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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 15, 1913
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
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-; orrosEBTdnvisiON.RALLY. MmCO'SWAR_ OVER; i DEWEY CALLS EXPERTS ORANGE COUNTY: fOLKS S NTIMfNT-fAVORS DIAZ;, PROTECTINGJNTERESTS!' J'

J HADERO EVACUATES FAVOROF ADMIRAL ,ASKS MEETING OF BOTH MADERO AND \ Th',
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INTEND PROMINENT REAL
.$: AT, ,OVEIpO, YESTER.DAYLARGELYATTENDED. AT THE ORANGE COUNTY FAIR ESTATE JIJ
j- - DIAZ LAST NIGHT.: STRATEGISTS TO CONSIDER TO CONTINUE FIGHT MAKES GOOD
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"t'"#'> -Yerterday'the, b8.fmmI1part, $ SpecWbTheSenfinetxico: CITY, February 14, midnight S MEXICAN to The SentineLWashington SITUATIONs We are.coming Father Dickson, fifty Special to The Sentinel the Mr.Florida Henry Benedict President ct.
;of old, Orange, .assembled at Oviedo' 1 After more than six days of Feb. 14.-A significent thousand strong. We'will be there, Mexico City, Feb. 14. Bulletin., Real Estate and In",
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; 'ib,discuss .County Division. terrific fighting in the streets of this proceeding, of the day in relation to they will be there, all to join.the jolly While Madero was,indignantly infor. Company is a man who insistc.
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f f ,One hundred and twenty-six ticketi :great city,.and the loss of four thous- the Mexican situation was the early throng.,The entire populace of ,this ming! his closest friends who importuned .!]i in the
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: : were:sold at the' Orlando' station ;and people, President Madero, who assembly5 of the joint army and navy progressive old county will join in the him to resign and stop slaugh.! 'i iter ch made scats
;',ti aad with! :those picked up. who._had '.won his place by revolt yielded to board in Admiral Dewey office. The festivities of next week. 'that Diaz would be defeated with. '.editor sweeping him statements that the
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,; '(net purchased ,tickets, it is..safe, to his antagonist, General Maximo Diaz, call was, issued by direction of Admiral Orlando, will' swing Out'the bunting in. thirty.six hours and order'restor--' for put few on the witness sIsal
4Mythatone hundred fifty people>> at- former President of'Mexico. Dewey, himself. i and the flags to the, breeze, ,business (ed i in the'city within thirty-six hours, that a advertisements moments, for we insist

:: tend d'from'Orlando. :The west part Francisco, La Barra, former,provisional . It brought together' at';an. opportune -I houses, wfltput 6n.'their gayest attire In the. it).,'Diiz late today was'warn.: must, state facts. And in this this is paper wbC
S of: the county.wai well represented, President and one of the time for consideration for jojnt individuals twill be put on their best ing non-combatant's in the vicinity of|'was said .
,bout fifty persons'going on the spec. neutral patriots of, Mexico, will assume .I| usA.of the array and navy the highest I behavior, and, each will constitute the national .palace! to evacuate ,'thatl!i Question: : How S
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\. :jW trainb; .sidesth" 'se who"" went .by .the, ,reins' of government* I'ranking 'of both services. : and 'the: himself'ajjoramitte. ? of :one, to .ake't region as, he 'intended-ttf increase his I all of your transactions you as guaranty stated &
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"t Mto. .The. east'side. of the countY The new President, De La Barra, is I blest iratfgJstsf :;, I oW visjtdrt leet .- t jioraA-' force of."bombardment, i iTonight1 1!your advertisement : -
&:.i bad' representatives. there ,and it is a great diplomat and much beloved ". Beside*.Admiral! Dewey and Major for a,week and heip..setl the army, 'neither',tiht: or Madero j Oar plan is exceedingly simple' aaa.iI
; testimted5 that' from' four hundred tot byetIi! factions, -and it .is almostcertain 'j'General Wood,. the 'Army :and navy 'rashed'dcb roomand.school. room Trill has any intention of giving tip the I,i,1 hope my eipt"nationviJI make &
t $ve hundred people were m 'attend- that he :will stop destructive, were represented by M.ajorf General f of*:o.',the pleasures of'that repose, ,fighVatuTthe'- situation1. ,seems morel 1 l deaf 4to you as tfell as to investor" )

'Ib e. ' fighting.. . . With'erspoonassistnt ,chief of next week, and.the scions of,learning .:-serious .than ever, i iMadero !!(and other real estate men. :
;,ri The meeting was d1.o..ordel' by .J p c' c'- --- - '. I Brigadier* General Crozler; Rear tal'l Art aid Commerce Till,headed by they. S ,bccame: very angry- this j|f' 'Wherj we >ell 'retail tracts of l&i

:; Hon. J. H. ,Lee, 'of'Oviedo,:who it is SHELLS KItto FIVE. IN PALACE.Mexico mirals Osterhaus' and'. Vmland, and' dignified, and, .scholarly .president, afternoon when told he could perform' %Ye tell'the: layers just what,the fSli(
'conceded.is,one,of the.best'posted men: (, >:- -I ''' . I Captain.Potts.L'\ S ; Dr.--, Blackman, march.upon,.tirhndo, greater* duty to his country b ''resign.*':(,is 'and :rwn n''rp: "R public affairs in Orange :county. City.Feb. lt:":'The sixth 1 ,By'executive orders this board Is and th>t familiar,cpllege yell.will be. 'in.,. He declared he represented. :"constitutional .,!pad ris .depositejf' Ja 'cur 'bank to, K
.:; .He briefly:and'intelligently stated the. day of thft Dzupri ingagaimt,' the charged with"the preparation.of! plans as strenuous" as-that'eVeris'sued. forth government, and, that ,the "held-h' escrow.Until.'the bauyer' cu
: .purpose. of'the .meeting4nd, :presented rule:of President Madero has been the 'for the' co-operation the army and from the: luriga.of theyo ng? war. $?opfe'';ranted ..him."Men S> Inspect the land Out of town jivet1- : S
'. ': C.. E. Howard' of(this, city as the most loody'and't.erribJe of all:,. *. I.navy, when. .' it, bet- ines. 'ne< 'first speaker. Then .follower: J. 'G.4Srozier The-cannonading from hea'riergans :conduct-joint operation, either i offen 'Maltland! 'fhe mecca for visitor?,'that sentiment, there, is all for,Diaz*,'>inspect tberpurcliAses If:the bujije.rs ) -
J' W? P. Watson, L. G. Star than.have thusfbeett used. h&s eon* sive or.defensive., '. will lock her do rsaid loose ,the key '.Federal batteries: tonight 'are.few a're noV: perfectly satisfied.'afUrinfpcctlr : .
,,i buck,"and 'J/H. Jones.A .' d .<:; 'tinned'all day, Jespit* the,protests.ofthe i. 'Its proceeding's.'are! : always secret for a'tek".and'hedlp swell the'army, ported. running,short'of, ammunition*'S :.lhe', land1 ,the ir !jnniey ,it; :
t.i .A11 these, gentlement' ,are ,forceful '. tep'resentatiyeff offoreign; i ..Goviments. and nay,be known inly through* the that,, will.swoop down: p'on 'Orl n o.; c'Diaz, 'controlling the, arsenal! has returned .tpthern .. .:; -
I; ;*speakers and hadfortified, themselves J: '-. "Xj... . .- '' T"*', I resulting orders; to ships and' troops S "1it >aristocratic. ',., residents. and hotel, unlimited,suppty, ammunition: of; '%" urinvestors'pnrtW'ath'i; ; . :
,,,. with. facts and figures,'and wasted_no:1! It is.very apparently (Jeneral Diat'*1 I ssued'br. I} ,Secretaries'of WararuNavy. 4 I population Altamonte: Springs will all kinds.and Jean.: keep.trp bomb:1t4.:ourJcolonzatiVn enterprise; xe guar I' -
? 'time.in.nonsense.' .Every person pres- 1[forces are , eat musthave bee :'impre d with I era! forces,, -; [and_mt) capable_of executing its,own adieu to this beaut;.,pot ,:IOf...one'-.Jaiect':informatl n received tcre to* ,TQIttha lf.they'' tot'tHink that tk
;the, ,candid and gentlemanly 'manner':I' From early morning t the sharp- crack 1 I I projects, *. week, while they camp'on tthe borders, night Diaz sympathizers .last;Tight witt.proto"rofi.table' to' them,
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' in.which;the question was' preSented' rifles. or the. crash of cannon could," .. .' 'of Orlando. i S .'captured51'uebIo"in 'state o.f. Puebfo, 'o'dm1ble preC&Q\Jo S jtre neglected .
m I by,the ipeakers,>Uwre being an entire be heard every'minute of the-.day,i I 1&WTS.FOI"lILLIONS FOLLOW I ISEA. ,:' <.ngwood will! take' a "fond,il ni seventy miles south east of;here and. ;'to prptcct'the interest*.of.our luvwlThat. -' '
/ .absence ,of ,any ,abuse of., Sanforilor some times close, 'sometimes.far dis I f Ii ,..'. :DISASTER' '' : \loots .at'far,stately pmes and depart."TIsxcaIa : northI'uebl S. ors. ;< ,u: .:I;".'" '.. ': ': .'; :,;' ," :' . : ,..
ci: .any of her dtizens.. u . tant. The'diplomatic representatives i; ,, f' -, ... for,th,. land'" .of'- 'fun'and- ," frolic," thehow ., Qne remarkable consequence of$the' ,, .is'plain: :'bui, boyica' ')oesuAzaAteeorAnge
t S From theftt. it,was::evident.:that of four powers protested and *a armistice .1 Special fa 'l'M'$ st ft.t.. , ,. of fruits and-foodv- ;battle Ig,the cheapening of food,The .: : srpn! :* 1:: :-: .t
iitwasthe gathering of, earnest: men was 'arranged-so that an envoy New York, Feb. 14 -Claimsagigregatinj dedVhe, they raise oranges1 residents are-afraid' to venture to the "That is tjute as easy a$ th '."e"' S
t beat'on'doing justice to all men' and from these diplomats could enter the ?, $8,027,274or'.the loss ;of for kIngs will roir the doors of her markets and rices have7 dropped of. Colambu>*.attrr.toJ.'When. ..f .-
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fr :.all"parts of., county with splendid rebel lines and confer,with'Diav.But life, property.and' for ersoQlt'injure packinghouses to the'jam and tightly'*harplyi; egelablea'costintodaoaiyhaLt ; ;''sired" <'V1a'e'.an. .. 'eian1inatio ;,u.I
r reoMdNot. .. a 'man there, not even! doubtless owing to the i inability of the ies ssta.ine&in5the, Titanic'disasterlasVAprU ,fasten the ',hasp while her thrifty what-was d'emanded yesterdayl: ;report madba'dsntredexert'.
13 'the few who came over.frern;Sanford: federal commander" to control 'all have.been filed against theWhite 'citizens will climb in the'bind"waron,i I 'Shortlx after two this.afternoon' the' 'in fact*we* recommend.\bi",,in4< wl
., ''wiD'.v ':'have :reason. to regret or points 'on..his' lines, ,this entoj 'was .Star/llie.oW-ems of the ill!. i and/': help holdup the. .banner 'of. bugles 'sounded- all ove? the city' to .lumlshl".i'OI'i1 -jtatem'nt howinr'the'n :
S 1 apologize forhaving j lived in Orange: fired upon .hr the, troops,) although fated steamship,. -JThis, was the .last 'Orange: .county.- .. S a*? cease'firing to allow1roldiera.! to :at. tnb r of acres B .tiliaUe land: -.
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:... riding under a white flag.. day pri wiclsthes. claims could be :,' Sanford' -Lucky Sanford, that great and, while the 'white cross pick up,the the number of acres untillable lUll
Mr.'EL A.. Parnett; was in charge of I I filed uiwier'a ruling of admiralty i fertile. expanse of countwbere.theyra1seanrniaiIyimrneise ''\tead-and wounded. '' I and -& health certificate of each Mfi

::' :. barbeaie:and).; ft fitso\V: 11;(HIGH 'UP POLITICIANS, HARD branch, of
.f::4 :.thAtit.\,.. .tm- _''\I"one'think. :; of. -;the'" ..:.good. HIT PROMINENT MEN ::.unless an.-appli atlon to, the ..Unitedf and,sprout' county' seats, will come''A eording to rumors,.Francisco de,La. dition and variety of each tree. We '
'tt-oId- : Idays when' we. used" .to Tort, beef. .t: - S-) f States circuit,;court: of :appeals, Js. to, Orlando: with, banners' flying.and Barra, former, ''provisional president, also furnish as accurately as possTh1, '
.j "at,a Dan Voorhees"political..rally.. Special'to.The Sentinel. granted extending the ,time. In' the give',you'.samples o'f celery'and: cucumbers llowing,the downfall of, Porfiro Di. the yield from the grove for the'Jast
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/I The. hungry multitude. "was" well, _fed' ,! Charleston, W. Va., Feb. 13-GoL 1'event of the limitation of liability .l ttucc and lentils' beansand u, will again be pro la ed'provisional three, years. These examinations art ':
1t and coffeed,'and tre t ftqhe at of' William Seymour,Edwards, candidate being-granted, the. claimants will barley, garden sas- and county president SIt t made )by experts of unquestion

'1-> :.thC< land.. Oviedo. did. ''herself proud., for United States-sentaor was'arrest only be entitled to a pro:rata share seat,sass; corn and cauliflower. And is also reported that several other ability and integrity and who ire absolutely .
in heV"efforts. make the'people com-I ed 'today charged with bribing Dele. in the fun -of $96,000 turned over to you. will be 'treat d generously to cabinet members have decided to resign disinterested. .
:. .:.tfelt b! .', :. I .gate John Smith,'of Tyler county.',The the admiraltycourt: from, the.salvage each* S i; Under this policy we are assunft
i' The'most impresive part of the pro- warrant: waS issued: at the instance on life boatS ,Paola_and Lak Mary her rich little c !that good groves will find a ready,saJ ,
: -'pm)1o.V r ;was that,:telling hit Delegate;'U.'S. G.' Rhodes, 'one of The. largest single death_ claim is.1,.neighbors will be there too.\ S FIGHTING MORE DESPERATE and ioor groves will be Improved: .
Baade by Mrs ,Jones, 'wife of" J. M. the five men ,arrested Tuesday. that made by Mrs; Henry B. Harris, Geneva will swell the crowd and the S THAN YESTERDAY.I i i.Speckl their present owners until they cut -
.Jones, deceased. She had. baked a Edwards furnished bond. widow of the theatrical manager,who chorus with a happy ,choirchanting: I meet these conditions. :.
very Urge,and'attractive cake'and in The arrest of Edwards was preceded asks for 1000000. the claims for 'Good-bye to pain and care! 'I take to The Sentinel !; You may ask what is our guarantee:

'the top of.this cake was Paced'av! ry by charges, _made in,'the ,house of merchandise total $153,528. In mine,ease, today, t Mexico City, Feb. 14.-Fighting was worth in view cf the fact that transactions I
krge .golden:.ora ge.., She_proposed delegates today when Representative all 369 claims were filed. Here 'where the sunny waters break I resumed earlier than on any previous amounting to approximately
: to divide tfcis cake among the'.Jpeak-J T. J. Smith'of'West Union, Doddridge And'ripples this keen breeze, I.shake i morning of six day battle in the $110,000 have been handled through
\; era, but Mr.,J. H. Jones said that'he 1 sounty, speaking on a' question of SELLS PROPERTY TO PAY AU- All burdens from the heart, all weary i I I streets.It i this office since August'15th, 1912, and
IS 'was,opposed >to !division and ,thoughtS personal privilege,,declared that Delegate MONY thoughts away." was much more desperate and rwe' are only incorporated with $25r ,
S cake ought ,.not:be'segregated 'so U...G. Rhodes had thrust $500 Apopka, Winter Garden, Ocoee, more, uncertain. The Federals who 000, paid in fcapitaL This .questiwi
:the cake was: given.Mr,:Jones ,in ,its i in his pocket in a room in a Charleston San Francisco, Calif., Feb. -To Oakland and TUdenville will ,join had tried last evening ,to charge down:''must naturally arise in. the mind of
S entirety. This';incident'.,is :the. ." more hotel, after, he declared, Rhodes .enable him to make the'last payment hands like happy children in "Ring Balderas street and take the arsenalby any careful investor and we would
k ; Impressive; :when it, ia/remembered and, the other man had' offered him on'money that he agreed to settle on around the Rosy",and will take pos t I storm, but who were repulsed with 1 state, that all money paid in by invest.
r: .:,that Mr. J. M.-IOBeIw in hia life time $2,000;; he would vote for Col W. Edna Goodrich when they were I session of the whole west side of the the loss of a hundred men,"tried the ors are,deposited |in the bank sub Jed
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fri Was:unalterably,opposed: ",to,,county .die__ S. Edwards lor,United States senator. divorced. Nat Goodwin, the famous -. south. wing of ,Exhibition: ,hall attempt gain this morning. to their call at the time the guaranty
l ..visionand, '.the.'womanly' ,instinct ofhis Smith, declared he did'not know I I IJ actor has just/disposed of ,his Zellwood and Plymouth will be there Diaz's field guns and sharpshooters t expires. We" will add that we hut T
', widow;, told,tar that she,might deliver how much jnoney ,had been put into three realty holdings in San Francis-' not with a lemon,' but with ,the big simply tore the'Federals into shreds. never .found it necessary to refual

a mesage to that,meeting from his pockets<< 'until he had left.,the I co. Sale price not mentioned, but red tomato. At one time during the morning 'Diaz any money on account of djssati
:the. silent lips o(her,>husband, who room. Then he went to Delegate H. understood to be over $100,000. Gotha with: dairy, .and farm pro-- advanced a third of the. distance faction with the land. > S 5
;; had been.one of the"pioneers ,of Or. Williamson, .of Tyler county, had ." ducts will get much attention. between arsenal and'palace but after' We will be glad to hear from ow
,-ange county and_ with.'such-:stalwart him ,count the money en lose it,in an WINTER GARDEN NEWS Forest! City will ,come .out from desperate close range encounters the fellow real estate, men, or others, If
; 't, meij as J., H Lee""'had'' ',"helped. carry envelope and return it to Rhodes. (From the Times) that' enchanting woodland 'solitude rebels retired to .the arsenal I they can suggest further precautiw 55
: the county" through thedark, and try- Smith, explaining his' position said It is urged that every one havingexhibits for a week and revel in the,glories' of There was mutiny in the Madero I for protecting the interests of 1nve.org. &. -

lag years of reconstruction. 'and: ',the he, had ref ued, to accept any money will, please let Messrs. Will Orange County.Winter forces today. A hundred troops triedto ( We would>**> like very much t*
,:' 'years, following 'the great freeze.. from Rhodes. or the other'.. nan, whom- Tilden, Dullard, Rich Briley, Peters : Home, the new:, born babe join the ,rebels, but werecaptured : see the 'real estate men in this cUf
, J It is not'strange that such'men ,as he did not recognize,'but Rhodes' had and Mrs.- Mather Smith,know, as ,this of comely appearance,'from the land by loyal troops and shot..*.' i organize to protect investors and also :
,these look upon the effort'at desecra- insisted tit 'was not .a' bribe. Smith is the last notice. It is rather uncertain of pearly lakes with a beaming face Another American .wonyn:'was added to protect honorable dealers frJm.th

:: j rtion: ,'by,a' few:office seekers d speculators has been voting for Isaac T Mann for about the express car and if it will look in at the great county.sh w 1 1 to the<.list! 'of dead today, when unmerited criticism that is attached .
.': ':'as the height of. : ingratitude senator.. comes to'a show down, J. L..,Dillard house. 1 1 Mrs. Greenfield was killed by shell.5 to the guild'' on ,account of the na.I -
tj ''and'selfishness.. Smith asked the house of delegates has volunteered to send his two mule Uncle Dan Prescott, proprietor ofa 1 bursting when she was attempting to scrupulous dealings of a few shark .,
,: The Diighty.army of..loyal' men 'toW to investigate ,the alleged.attempt' to team,: and others will do the same, mineature Garden of Eden' at the It I cross the street J who have taken advantage of the po>.
# *-Orange county,will keep up the battle bribe him. 'so our exhibits will get to Orlando in head of big Sand lake,'where he grows There; is grave menace' of pestilence jularity, of our. state- to work their nefarious ..
: l sit these traducers .of -haracter, In compliance with the joint .resolution good order. every thing big, from zephyr' to a! from-the dead bodies andjiojrses schemes. If investors are u
'[5S ,these pedd ars. of fiction, these ,agitators : adopted yesterday President hog'will .be.on.deck'with a thousand in i the streets. Conditior;; r:'indes sured of treatment on'broad, straight- -
and creators of strife, are-con Woods in,the.senate'appointed .Senator WalterPrennen brought Mr. Hartman pounds of pork' wrapped up in .one 1! cribable.. .f j forward business principles, the pro.esosdan4thestate -
'q ered'and made'to 'understand. the S..6..Marshall and Senator 0. A. the :world. renowned violinist, to pigs _skin. Many refugees tonight.found shel-| i* S
:Uw of:right and justice'to all men. Hood 'as members$ of the committeeto call at the Mather-Smith's. 'Mr. Taft, ,big in stature,'.rich in gra- ter .in the churches and' convc ts.;: general is'sure to be rapid and .satif-
The Oviedo me fingwas.not: in vain investigate the al1e'gecJ'bribery'" in ib.rtman' with his wonderful talent, es, prolific' in 'garden' lands will have Over a'thousand,are quartered in the 'factory to all
4 land'the good.' there begun will spread legislature' and, speaker .George was. remarkably simple, and unaffected. saner kraut in the' original package, American embassy'now.. .Five nuns, .- _
:to all parts of'the:c unty. in the house named, Delegates Shur- He was. charmed with the lake, every kind vegetable that a: Crack: several native women were killed this j COMMITS SUICIDE. 5.
man\r. Robinson, Charles Sutton"and and wished for his.violin, but,he said er:' ever heard of, :and'many that 'a _morning as they knelt in. prayer at I I Gainesville, February 11 Geo, 5
, ';THE WEATHER:TOOK .A CHILL W. S. Wyeon, he never'would ride in'a motor with Yankee will "not want to hear of the t the convent. ; Merchant, a wealthy retail merchai '-
!' : Another I --- it for fear something might ..hap second' time will be there. with 'the'o t .and citizen .
A One manhad, ,:cold feet --: :;-:" ; a : J l leading ; committed, :seiIcide
''' thought he had ,been handed" a. cold ; MEMORIAL- SERVICE pen to his famous instrument Taft: smile.; : ,1 Read the advertisements in the SentineL -r this morning:while'in bedslash
-; :'ho t1i The' ,advertising" fakir; was j Pine Castle, the home 'of' ,bananas, If.you'can not find among the. ;ing his throat with a. razor. Relived
J;: : ,given*"a .cold shake.. The;young manS .. ; ChristchuKh, Ne wZealand, Feb. 14. Geo., C. Barr, of Concord Park.Orlando guavas, plants and'every-thin: 8')goodwill I business.houses mentioned in these I but a few minutes after cuttiaf
got" the cold- should' :The man of Memorial services in honor of Captain and,his brother L ,L., Barr, .of help make..the,attractive'map' ,'of i columns an.answer to all.your wants, the windpipe' through. Hc ,had :-bee
:". dishonest 'purpose'got: 'the marble Scott,and his illfated companions :was Greenville: -, S.. C., -were: out one day Orange 'county S the,'answer,.can not: be found?in'Or in failing health'for some_time sad .,
... .hert|. .The'manager of-the:Sentinel. .held jit \'Christ-Church cathedral.,this, last. week _in their .motor, .looking, up Ft Christmas,'Chaloota,'.and,GabrieUa -'I I lando.. .These are the;people who are'1 despondency over his inability to betlii
i get a pld ,loach..: 'The,'people'.who_:'afternoon attended by ,large gathering a place to'secure a fishing boat: They the great pastore fields and agricultural ; .helping -toiakeOriando.ari'inviting: .about ,'caused deed *
:, .-read the Senti'otbicldtbaindp1ayed'" : 'wbo'm.were. commander were most enthusiastic over!' the:fishing :.. iecinetsoforiawillbe; -
:: advertisements m the among' home dty.1 They,are your frieads and j ji r .
;; .'' Evans' and ,other, officials; of, Tera and had 'splendid,. ; luck. oa'hand with evideace that that oan- i appreciate'.wour patronjnd ie'vrend'aAd Mrs.- Edward Eei.JtheSt.Chrleaindexpecttojpe ;
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chae' 'grown;,steadily' since. that time.As : . NEWS : T j
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z ':' Ai Cam ;apparent. th Lthe': attend- :
_: fancej:would; be 'a..genuine' tribute, to Stationery' Souvenir and Curio Store'

A .,%;.it theoldrepublican;would'? ; ;the'Capacity'warhorse,of and'the that,big 22 WEST CHURCH,STREET .

:, ':dining! room i i.whichthe. banquet will J O-H! UM!! JIR! W

a ', It;,.6e-igbf''jeara:;!]9.'G.'geld". ...,. :Cannon old! in, May.will 'be: :He seventy' says. r ARB ECO.I..


.i he,wi Jnever. seek public, 'office again; WELCOME TO
+ ,tba f he'is'"getting,back:to. Danvilleto'help Oscar Hand I

.| the;young,merjvhoSe fathers RIYAL PALM
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; :lam .in former years & Son
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i''nineteen\,terms as .a member,of:the BARBER SHOP Successors to EL Hand ((!!
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4 Uw;'fifty-seeefid,CCngress-but.. .otherwise Modern and Complete. FULL LINE OF COM- [

\histesre''of office has been con. Everything new, Individual PLETE. HOUSE FUR.' I

x t jtiauotts.) :=.According to, :the :number electric attachments, at 'every NISHINGS ,
'- : jjef. :years'of' actual. :service, "UncleJoe chair. No. stone has.been left
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t: member: of eRgr SL, '.His nearest meet; th erequirements of the

: iiW1-it. Senator Shelby:;M..Cullora, of I most] particular.: ., Plenty ,of ,, '
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Who.retires; ? on.;March room. Courteous attendants. - .

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SeMtur'Cullom;'enteredtheSenate, :
4; -! Apx i ;.188o,: :and' bas therefore-_ been a Proprietor. t' CtlMMMMMMIIIIiMMIndee
Orange, Ave., - Orlando, Fla.HIIIIIIIHItllttttMilt.
+,r. fiber. for.thirty, ...Years.. '. I
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E M ;;,Representative' Sereno E.jpyneewhhabeen Hardware: Agricultural Implements, Harness, Saddlery
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:; . :.Chairman.,'Moore. ,, who ,has sure of than, hence we feel
Y'', ageaeral ;charge'of ,the. banquet .hall DELIVERY. : no hesitancy in saying that; ,, .
.afrangements, :said today that the i regardless of price, there is ; t
:; ; 'Cannon dinner.would without parallel Watkins Building.. not a cigar made that you ;
-: .in',the,social.and olitical history j can, enjoy more than S !
'' f. iofWeshington.. _It:is approached, perhaps !:Phone 678, HAWLETSSTRAIGHTS W. SLEMONS
; .only bythe: dinner to ",U nelel. M. S

.: e";on ,_his, seventy-second birthday, i andHAVANAS .J!
when he was :Speaker of, the House ;
and 'a* dominant :political factor, and Made in Orlando. Sold by -
i :aof jan' approaching,,"has been.* I J. RMcKAY' I all Dealers. Only cost 5, "
; :: Our Me Slack is In
i: : FORM..ORGANIZATION' CONTRACTOR, .ANDBUILDER. .'.cents.* ASK'' FOR THEM r Stiing wming ,

Strawberry growers_ of CatoosaT .. Superintend All Work., '. Arid we will offer to you a Choice Selection'of High Class .
.county,>Georgia, formed an organi Prices That Are an HIMIilMMMimmiMIIMMIIMIMilMitMtfft ,. '.-( Goods.. f '
; ration at .with-J.'P.Mitch.. : : -K Inducement.AB ; '
Ringgold; IN DRY.-GOOD8, ALL THE STAPLE AND USEFUL .' ;
: ell chairman' ,,and'W, 0, :Yates secre- JVork Guaranteed. GOODS as well as FANCY SILKS, and FINE DRESS .' .

:tiUT: Those who attended' the,organization ..SEE SLAUTER'S NEW GOODS, HOSIERY SILK.LISLE AND COTTON, and ,

'4 meeting agreed. to plant .,,.a ::=---.. 'SANITARY the Many Accessories that Women Use. . . .4 . ... '
'. acres in strawberries :"
: an aggregate of 45; -
: ,' and 'it .is expected the total I'. i ; SOIL PIPE'' CONNECTION ; Bargains Six .
Days in Every Week
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;will reach about, [160 acres. It is : : r*
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proposed to ship' strawberries by. the : Manufacturer of Artificial Absolutely Sanitary and used ', ,, I :;.'. We carry all the, time a large stock of SHOES of the .

miload.r' Stone, Fancy Columns and by all good plumber I ;, best makes and newest styles. KING QUALITY MEN'S' ;1
; '- Ornamental Work : SHOES. CRADDOCK TERRY'S WOMEN'S SHOES

GERMAN COLONY Jefferson St. at RailroadAfter MIIIIMIMIIIIMIHIIItfMMMMMmillllHTlIM AND CHILDREN'S SHOES.. NONE. 'BETTER, ARE i
', be estab- I. SOLD IN ,THIS MARKET.
'f A German colony is. .to I boJ )
f Kelwd near Flemington. ,'Fla.,.on :whatwaa SCHLOSS BROS. FINE- SUITS'FOR MEN at $15.00, ,
once a 'J large plantation.: The i $20.00, $25.00 and $30.00 are unsurpassed for STYLE S :
.land' has been purchased by a company having worked,quietly.on the Star '.EIIl.o tt' FIT.,AND QUALITY. , 1.
Y headed by Fritz Gloganer,:editor proposition ;for several, months, :it.,is .. LORD BALTIMORE BOYS SUITS WILL BE SURE'
efEAbandport'a; .Chicago publication. now' given;out. that.,the business: men Afeiey 'J TO PLEASE' YOU. <

;= ..,. 'A. ate'for,a_town:is being laid:off,on of Miami and Palm Beach have per- '* It '"
fee tract., fected plans for the building' of a Tell your' troubles to .Palmer. "
trolley line to. connect the two cities.
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,;DO> you\ t', 0';sell?. The, quickforthe Flatterj.wot:1't: hurt you if.IOU don't line of employment ,rnonsi

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,.,1?"Exposition 'held'y -'at. ,, 'Columbia' ,-S-,: C. Goods Shoes
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j'i/ how, that. the nine. Southern states.. : iSk ladies' and Gent's FurnishingsWe i if
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l" "crops of 505,135,000) 'bushels, worth = f 1
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'i314,740,004; at prices paid farmers in 4' s+ .f wr I '

that: 'territory,".'says': the. folder. the stocks' J
r"Coto lpared with the' report of the- 1910 carry one of heaviest

:I :c census, !when the crop of'342,464,737 ;
J'J. bushels' in the same states- was worth in this section of the state, therefore
::$137,079,603, the latest 'figures. show ''I

i'i ,:Aft worth. increase practically of .-162,670,263$178,000,000. bushels' more, can suit you in anything you want.

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f,; ,given to corn a:steadily .
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ted;, byfederal.and state demonstrationwork a6a..
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of agricUltural.experts' whose services'are. I Who i is ap nLthis week with; A.:'G, Dflamater's' Elaborate: Scenic Productioniifthnew'song'playj'freckles ,

<' .at the command; ,.odd of miles allithe.farm-of ierri- \ ,"vVhich is a faithfuldramatization best for us to sell good goods at a '
ers along'its,7,000' of the famous novel of the same name by Gene Stratton Porter, author you ,
tory,,has had a;;large':share in.stim of MA Girl of the'Liraberlost" and "The Harvester," with special 'incidental -
'ulating attention given to'corn. Prominent 1 music and song numbers by Anatol Friedland, the celebrated Viennese small profit and see you often Our
among,the reasons' for, the in-.
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creased acre:yield has been the>rp.1 "Freckles"composer.will be presented af the Lurerne Theater on Wednesday Feb. goods will make your heart happy,
4 ,njzation.o&bQyV.corn.clubs.and 19th :with, exactly the same company) that will appear in all the large
nual cornTahows in each of these nine cities of the north and east save and bring back
:;, ..states.* Comparative -'figu .*Shaw you money you
" .that the.increase'in the'average yield
f''; 'per acre, over the 1900 record in'1912 STRAWBERRY SHIPMENTSMore Do you want to read a live, ,wide when you need-more. :
l'. alone I I awake newspaper, delivered at your 3
: ; amounted. to103,981,221Four, ,:: I
(,<*? hundred" 'and :fifty'-four 'members of ..than 200,000 puarts ofstrawberries home or place of business every morn d
: 'ing before breakfast? If let 1
.1j 4 boys. corn clubs. .'in the South. in 1912 were shipped, from so us 1
send the Sentinel, it contains all
\;$.ip *made:over '100 bushels to:the acre." Plant City, Fla., in the first eight I you - t
In addition to,the wide circulation weeks .of the season. The average*I the news of Orlando, Orange county 32 West Church Street '
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t k it is being given at the. corn'exposition price received so far has been a little I only costs ten centsa .t
&,i,, ,.'the /older_ 'will be.' distributed 'more, than 16'cents a quart "I -week. .Subscribe now.. ,
'among farmers of 4th North and .
: : Pope & Cox's Lunch Counter No. 1 Payne Bldg. ORLANDO, FJ ORIDA
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.{ .7:: XMNBfG 1MB:,WBKLYKJLTKS,. " _,The. Sunday New York Herald:in to 'General Felix Diaz, leader.of the, !

,:; ,..'. its magazine .section,;,has-a ',semi-hu rebels, demanding'his.immediate surrender ; Search You
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.t. ::'. .."; +'" i '/f,TOR. DAILY-' SENTINEL. by. the secretary.,-of the Board ofTrade of cannon balls from the insurgents'

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: :. : head: "All Florida. Will Eat ,During the,:,morning engagement, :i '

;! . .. THE. WHWLT. SENTINEL Guavas' Soon Tastiness of preserves which was begun by the rebels at 5:45a ;You
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-. '>'tV''few. t., ,fcy,maO, portage' "paid .'...H'..'1.00 I Win be proclaimed 'on special :day.. convent five blocks' beyond, the national :s Find More for :
. M1 ;......' TO SfiNTlNBIv Y 0rI&DcI0'1'1orida...j.jf I February 15-Raw' Fruit'DUferent- palace was wrecked by. a shell .

'i":. ; Mf0l1af101.Oeurt'StreeZ'Aresde-8ngdint*> : But, the State wants to spread the from a rebel gun and a number of'inmates '
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1 < Powell is ending the Herald's Sunday The first :
J."P. SCHUMANN, Uter. .salvo from the.rebel lines : f 'j
,JOHAH":PBWHS',., Prwicter.- ,editor .a :live guava by today's was followed quickly by 'a series of I ; .
< parcel post. He accompanies it witha others in rapid succession. Then the <. ,.

;r ,SATURDAY, 'FEBRUARY: 15, 1913' full description of how to,handle it machine guns and rifles began their --.--' NOR CAN YOU .
when unpacked, and an antidote to whir and patter, the fire being con- FIND BETTER JEWELRY ; .: 1
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warn: not troops .. THAN OURS. FOR i
.t, knocker;. The Board'of Trade will serve live were gathering. The federal guns l SEVERAL YEARS THIS'
guavas Guava Day, Saturday Thisis did not delay in making S
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,News ,while:it'is news.. The Daily through the courtesy of Robert B. Ply. ', 'i. HAS BEEN SO, IT IS SO TODAY AND WILL ;.. 1

:, ; ::Sentinel. Leake, of Fort Myers, who expresseda By 7 o'clock the firing had settled BE SO .
.0 box of them to the Board of Trade. into a steady fusilade. AU round the ''. TOMORROW, NEXT YEAR, AND IN'

j .This:ia a' highly flavored. day' in These will be passed.out to visitors, arsenel the.flash of the field guns and .' THE YEARS TO -" '" ..
COME.flfsintWewelffLineJelavelt,
: Florida: .It is;Guava Day., ,. who ,wfll.be obliged to eat.one ,or,forever quick fires were incessant : K
0' hold ,their peace. Only one gua- Federal officers declared that their .s
va to a visitor.as the supply is men were preparing' to
R' Givens your,.support on our merits 1 : very make a for '
#' end wfll limited in number, although'great inatrength. ward movement on the rebel forces. f ' i
we> give you a live widetwake { '
I . .daily' newspaper. ., Mr. Peake won.first prizeat Diaz this morning asked for recognition .Wnf 1II Not Hare I the Best and Be Sure
,0 J I I the Jamestown exposition in 1907. as a belligerent by,the United ,
A moat: remarkable season for Town Development March: contains States Government in an informal

'gardenand, .field crops, guarantying an article on the Great White I note to the Ambassador Wilson, stat '
i prosperous summer. Way of Tampa, illustrated, etc., sent I ing that'. he was in complete control : '
o in by the Board of Trade of Tampa.- i of the city. 'If
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:Winter visitors ould"not be in a Tribune. Two federal batteries of five guns j /
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;iirry now that they are receiving. near legation,

4 ;fat they.came,for. MORE ABOUT* :.''THE FAIR poured a constant stream of shells 0' :
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;g rcath.or two of.balm and ozone may being placed in position. The SchoolexJu Street joined in. It [vans the JewelerOPPOSITE

,peen.'that many:more yean of life. it is taking its place among the Many sharpnel shells from the rebel ,
: .0 attractions that will feature the great battery fell around the cable office,

; All ,nature I Ii alive with leaf and Orange county. Fair.1 the. American Club and other build- POST OFFICE !

_, '.Wossora.and.the'promise of rich fruit- ,Merchants and Manufacturers are ings in that.vicinity. Others reached

: Ige. is beyond ,anything in' .recent setting in order the space allotted to their mark, the national palace, at o
'fears.If them,,and the poultry yards are be- the end of the line of streets. for

o jag placed.in readiness for the.recep-
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i .toe,,and'fie have no reason to doubt est money makers on the American r

Nk '.them., Florida -is', ,now enjoying ,the continent. r. ; '
t ... greatest:era:,of'.prosperity in its.his Sixty'race horses are in their stalls
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?The 'bird.:has .arriyed 'in' Orlando. 4. -1

That.is to say.that the flying machine The aeroplane Js' already on the ),;
r .came yesterday,and>,is at the'grou is, ground, and, Johnny Jones with' his Z"k
Carnival will'reach here early Monday -
will in
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.for the'opening,of the Fair. morning and establish his city
-z o cf tents; ready for the throngs of

'.The:first Sunday ever issued :Tuesday and, Tuesday night
.6T Orlando ,or- Orange paper, county will ,N.; Y,\ .will be the official starter, of IIt it !
Mr. George H. Mills, of Goshen ",
leave the Sentinel presses before I ++?"y wwv.A-nrM+m 1rt"vL+"" '=a
:the r_races. This track is registered b G" a a (
freak,of day on Sunday morning. Do '
, you:'want:it; delivered at .your doorlefore I'with the ,American Trotting Association
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and Mrll' those
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:breakfast? Leave'.your: order I "-
-t- it:this,office. :rules. Secretary O'Neal,spending ; 4e
1 .. o i I most of his time now at the grounds I :
tab the business and )
keeping on helping -
The Florida ,legislature :will have '
: bring order out of the chaos'that 'Jl
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t $ny measures presented upon their
attend the last few days preceding
:itiention. but .none\ will be pressed }(
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f with greater vigor or more merit than p7T A f4L
,the measure that,will be presented by *
AND MRS. ROOSEVELT
*; the,people',who,are interested in improving -

,' > ,.the,:school. ? ,_system of Florida. ANNOUNCE-ENGAGEMENTMiss . I W ,,.
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f, *i .- O : 'Ethel Carew Roosevelt, who x?. \
// Bonding "the State:for :$50,000,000; made her debut in the White House_in I )
// Jbr ;the, building 'of, good roads Richard
' 1908. ,- is to marry Dr. ; Derby,I ..
'j &.* proposition'that:is meeting with son of" the late Richard H. Derby of 'c" .,
/ t :more kindly reception than the New York. Colonel and Mrs. RooseJ J 4.'I' :

I sign! of the,measure.had.hoped welt made known the engagement on
iy &The truth is ,that the people of February twelfth although the formal -

,:Florida, are'irite'nSIy interested- in announcement has not yet been

f': pod. 'roads,. :and will support. any .made. Dr. Derby is a Harvard graduate

r r; tieasure"that. assures these. of the class'of 1903, and is twen-

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Florida. had nothing but her climate .. -

; 'lid good:roads, the state would stillt A postponed! meeting of the Wednesday ::..'., vp' . .: ., ;<,: j:4 , '"t
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r tach year:would'bring an increasing home,of Mrs. W. E. Hudson yesterday c\ f:?' :
tamber' (tourists to the state. rtenoon. Eight players enjoyed the a'

of five hundred, and ,
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t In talking,with .a Commission man the high score for the afternoon was ; N
hosterss. SCENE FROM ACT 1, THE GOOSE GIRL." ORLANDO OPERA HOUSE.FI IDAY, 'FEBRUARY 2L
the made by the
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Sentinel; .edtor. was. assured 'that if Hot chocolate, sandwiches, and

her' of.strawberries cakes were served at five .o'clock. ,, _. .
.b'loridadoubled: acreage ----------- - --- - - ====

the crop would find a ready .
Market in, the, north!,He stated that There is no better'investment now ;

,th demand for Florida berries was than lots in Orange county towns. Remember the Auction Sale of Desirable Lots in Dine

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to' the ,increase,':and the increasing Take advantage of the auction sale at ,
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Copulation of the great cities waskinga'great Pine xNo.

demand for;fresh veg- a lot: in one ,of the very best townsin Castls today. There will be two valuable lots given aware
the east the county.
,' .tIahles. and fruit, a.nd.that :
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Pine Castle at your own price at'the :1

::1i.- WADE auction sale Saturday morning.. Free any body discovered any'' good I Think of the enormous demand for
':THE TUNER Transp ration to the sale.. use for slot machines? What 'are the right kind of property the next
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- Owing to the inclement weather front of every depot? They are there: the sale'of lots in Pine Castle '

r+ yesterday, the Pennsylvania picnic as an invitation to boys to take a today. 1
has ben" postponed indefinitely. _An- chance. The very principle is to inculcate -

The war in Mexico trminated last nouncement will be made later I gambling ideas in the youthof ,The Tampa Tribune; says: "Celery ASSUME THAT YOU ARE :f

1.} 'night, and"the,Sentinel furnishes you through the press.of the city. our land. Is any man desirous of growers in Florida are.said to be just <

with. the _news-early this morning.Mr. promoting this kind of an enterprise? now on the shadiest of "Easy Street" APPRECIATIVE OF THE VERY -j

The gentle rain, has been falling Not in Orlando. Business men who owing to handsome returns from their .

J. C. Wilkes, one of Atlanta's steadily all night long up tothe hour permit these in front of their places crops. BEST. WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN ;
'representative citizens is in Orlando of going to press, keeping pace with have simply overlooked the evil, side : 1

S 'today a guest of the San Juan. the whir of the busy Linotype and of the machine and will do the right :I One-fourth off'on all -goods. Sale ; 'i;
K the ticking of the telegraph instrument thing by the boys.: Do it now. Never lasts until the first'of March.S. .

1 Mr. .M. U Hommedieu, of ,Straus- let it be said by any boy, I got' my E. LESHER. Electrical Wireing pnd Gas Fittings J

; burg, .,Pa., is 'in the ..city for .a, few first lessons 'in gambling by playingthe I 2-12-tf -,
weeks and is stopping at the New The ,McNair, Lumber Company slot machines in front of Mr so o ARCADE BUILDING

:"Lucerne, whose business is expanding so rap and so's store. Pope & Cox's Lunch Counter No. 1 i CHURCH ST. I

- idly are making more stock room and Pine street for a good steak or some-
' A nice,room; and range for '.cooking are constructing a system of stalls NEWS OF FLORIDA.Up thing,good to eat. 12t

: .free .to woman to,took 'after a for brick so that they may carry in *
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.few ,rooms. ,Box 184. stock large quantities at all times. to February 1, sixty cars of ;'.-
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At;the ,F.oritetonight, : ;. The Am. Our genial friend, John Kaley, who town. Building L overlooking Beautiful !
.det. The Haunted Bachelor,:and caps fine ,on the south city .Lake Eola, which I am now
owns a grove '
>the climax with' '"Curfew, ; Shall 'not. limits remembered this office with a Over three million feet of pitch pine offering for sale:: These lots ROYAL PALM NURSERIESONECO
have doubled value in the last
Ring ,Tonight liberal supply of oranges. The boys lumber left Pensacola this week for FLORIDA
two Without
who.are in the office all night greatly foreign ports. years. a doubt
t, The Illinois Legislature is attempting Mr. Haley's, kindness. building lots conveniently located Holt citendTC collection of miner stock la Florid or tin Golf mien BOW
law appreciate for distribution. Ask for oar splendid new esUlojne, of 14 pages, wklek is replete nits
to; :;pass ,an-anti'tip making Work is said to be steadily progress- are becoming arce. If you planting Information and descriptions, tats, etc. ..
.it,.a misdemeanor: for any person to ;The dates of.the Doctor Geisel lec- are interested.call and see me at Fruit trccfV Decorative plants. Ornamental sarabs, etc, from an ow till wjrld,
ing on the sewerage'system which is result of our cxtenshe importations and experiments for the put 2S ,earLSet
i :$7Ye'Ortahe:a, tiptMr !; tures in Orlando are as follows:, In 1 being installed at Lakeland. the. Willola.. special cask discount under WRITE business TODAY riles in TO catalopie.
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k the Ebnezer M. E. Church, West Terms. REASONER BROS. ONECO FLORIDAHyOWS ,.
>,R;' .Guy t iZetrouer, Jackson-- Church, street,,-for colored people one About March 1 the initial work of ;E: REINEKIN. ,

. TiHe-' whohas: spent" ',severaltdays< in. )y riesdayevening; Feb 26. For the 1 laying the.brick-pavement in,the'Sanford : :.., .. ..
.tiie, interests of, the Virginia :
city".infthe white population in the Orlando opera' ,. district will be begun.
Carolina",Company; left'on the I use ,Thursday evening, Feb.,, 27. . "..
' Seaboard'' for.' Apopka '.yesterday. much importance "
These lectures are of so A church has been ,
new.Baptist just,
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r to. the.people.of.Orlando that ,
I erected in Sorrento, which adds;much
'Mr..A. W. Masonoi; ,: Winter: Park; the\Sentinel will publish, ,the dates ,to the appearance the town.The .
'was in.: Orlando"yesterday morning' again the first of the week that people : :
feeling happy:as a clam. He had
may not forget laying of two miles of cement
had just'sold a big Buick touring ear. -
sidewalks in Auburndale is about com
backs. ou' ;the. shores toward which
,Try SigtUer Brothers for groceries pleted'and..adds much to the attrac
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r they.are going.: ,Phone''535, Church street tiveness of that place.
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Mr. Campbell woolridge, wife arcs; S
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Our I stock of. groceries was never A large melon crop'will be harvested SUIT GIVING
Or SALES
; dau'ghter'oftbnta, Ga* are ,in
so' ge-.and'varied as at present. If the coming season which may
w laado,/.tjes; of, the, San Juan. Mr. '
you,have, not been in our store jt is eclipse last yea 'shipment of ninety
Woolridge' is, the 'Southeastern. ,Passenger .
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'y.orlh"f'Jur while, to come and 'look five .carloads.-Sorrento Note in Tam
& Pacific
of'the/Texas
Agent around,.:even',if you do not buy, but pa Tribune. '
Railway. :,aid the International .&
we. :are, sure; you will see something ContinuedDAYS
Great Northern Railway
Tf' ;V ..; that.will' tempt. :you to buy. One of the finest displays of poultryever
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I lit: Tripper, 9! Brooklyn, N.', Y., 'DICKSON & 1VES. seen in the:south is now said to' c-

whohas a winter'home:..at Maitiand, be on exibition at the! South Florida '
'' First for the estab- Poultry Show, which is being held in
willoccupy; ,the pulpit in,vthe' Plans are underway : 'FI"VE
Baptist Church, Sunday;'Di nrlng. ''DrtTupper lishment,'of a: large soap ,factory in Lakeland this week. MOREOWING

'who' is connected/with, the Ocala, which,!if carried out, will give -, .

Chautaupua>> "Work, .is:well.known,and employment to from forty to seventymen The report that Henry M. Flaglerhas .' ," .. .-
this within six months after the plantis b seriously ill is denied by,hisphysician. "
# popular: in city. .
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,. In all probability theconcern Mr..Flagler, his'wile'phY- :} "
completed.
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: within sician and attendants'are now at" Mr. ,} \ : c"
in the
r f Florida tomatoes,' fresh. from the will be operation ,
winter home at Palm Beach. .
lines, have been,:on the market during next six months. Flagler's
*j..j, :every month of the past winter, ::..- f : to the phenomenal success
i. and now' large shipments are going The! Richelieu goods are the finest The Arcadia Board of Trade helda

.: :north daily.Wanted goods on_the.market, and we'have .a big banquet at'the DeSoto Hotel in the five days sellingwe -
past
" '' ----- full 'assortment in jams, jellies, .that city a few nights ago and it is

;; : Two unencumbered l ladies pickles, sauces, preserves: fruit and said to have been one of the most sue ':
cessful and largely attended events of I have, decided to continue this sale ,
: to do house to canvassing. Regular vegetables. Come in and take a look : .
k' work,and good:pay. Call on or at them. DICKSON &; IVES.. the kind in the history of the town. '

, Address, Mr. Kearns, 207 W. Pine.St : adding Coats and 'Sweaters at .'
: Orlando' Fla.r .. Go to'Pope &; Cox's Lunch Counter The Masonic fraternity is preparingfor .
No.) E. Pine SCfor something goodto a four-day session in Tampa next ie "
Subscribe for The'SeetlneL eat. 12t week. J. T. Richmond of Washington -

, D. C., Southern grand command;
er of the Scottish Rite :Masons, will)
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t"I S have charge of the work

-a: iia'f PriceREMEMBER

: Big preparations are being made by "
the Miami Boy Scouts for a series of -' '7'
IN eckwear pubIc. meetings and entertainments'

I' this week celebrating third an-
niversary of the movement inAmer ea.' >>

. ',/ The object. thepublic meetings'' that out of every twenty -
to acquaint the public with,the scout ,"' ., .
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR.SPRING LINE OF ;: ,/ '; :' '.. ,
'. ';'\o : NECKWEAR work. This organization is 'planning !:' suits.sold refund, the 7:
< *to erred- a gymnasium.in'Miami.: '. coats or we price:'. ::;.


r COME" IN'< ''AND LOOK. THEM OVER.. YOU'MAY SEE' 'With the completion-- of the reinforced '. . ). to ? the one holding the. LUCKYDUMBER. '" :.,.<

". :JUST WHAT YOU concrete bridge spanning Oyster ,:, ,. . :>

WANT"S ;creek'in.New, Augusta,-the .board ; :J '.;; A11thlS; season's good; :
have added ;,
of county"commissioners' >

another permanent bridgesand-'lint in the hard-sure chain .' ; .v<::>\ ,, All 'in:he :newest't : .styles. I at- '. ;'. .". ,>. > .
1 &;& & DICKSONP for good county e . . /
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;-, .r;:; " i ;:For' ; been LORD J. N. BRADSHAW

.' : 1:1':;; :The'iiieeeterer.bi-h'letida'old. , '. . ,Joan. planting'large'fig orchards;: ,But;;the I.
,-,rr!.,J.3>\:'..,;,.;.:,:At-.a.. ..:'6!'Lean- ,:Vdougfetykiflght. ",ofJ cold weather of the past ,two. years : Lord &. Bradshaw -
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/. >t w d his faith.in,'Florida. 'as. ,a.nataBat are; ,turning their faces to Florida -
": .' !\t' / *" iitarinm, by .devoting both'timex and-Alabama. Wealthy 'men 'of the wish to announce to our friends, .and the public generally, ;

'"' {- ,Jiad, treasure,' and finally sacrificing, north. are. seeking investments in the that we have formed a partnership under the \

: .i6 !hw:'life in.:vain1-:endeavors' to' locate.' !!I South for their surplus cash, for .they Is the above firm name, for a general ,
;' tha'inytiiic: l Fountain of Youth within realize'that the South is the land of i'Real
ijX, : its;'mysterious"fastnesses.; .And a I I'f. opportunities, where, investments 'are -
'{ Estate I
and ;
:, 1' 'greet health .resort:ithasJ become, a safe and it'fs the men of immense Insurance
'panacea for the healing of the nation. wealth'that are making these investments MOST ,' :
-.7 ',Under skies of' Italian blueness the )in semi-tropical lands. One of and'are centrally located in a ground floor office at No.1'

:-\ : fragrant. 'pines" distil their resinous the recent' investors is Mr. John R. OF THEIR S. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn ='

,'a ;odors: in' the. glowing sunshine, and Cudahy of Chicago, who has bought YOU .
;t.--f"* ;offer :.their- healing balm ,to lungs in' Florida for oranges and Alabama ), where we will be pleased to meet all our old friends =:

4'f-f,;::j,weakened; by; rthe, ",rigors .of more 1, for figs.. His 'fig orchard is the larg- to make new ones. s.
4=y 1.' ehatigeful'climates. ,. while;to the convalescent est of-the'kind in the world. It will ORANGE A I

K.' i E: ;f rom thedread grippe and contain 240 ,acres, all of which will Our list of city and acreage property is
..=t.tx the ..victim,of nervous ; prostration- >e.'planted in figs, except what maybe surpassed by non, i
\so' alarmingly, prevelentJn.American necessary to plant in food crops we have some exceptional bargains. COME AND SEE Us. I.c
'4, .- life today-there is tonic in the breezes for the livestock to be used on the
's,t. that fan .tl peninsula which lies farm : Lord & Bradshaw 5

p' ,;! ,within.:the;protecting embrace of the Mr. Cudahy has purchased from
I
,: f'. .. .arai Gulf'Stream.But : the Glen St. Mary Nurseries,, GlenS S. ORANGE AVE. i
'Ct 'Florida.s'something'more than Mary, Fla., about 13,000 trees, The ORLANDO FLA. F
.>-t a:great, health resort. It,is.fast.:.be? which will ,be planted on the Baldwin : 'ri.m.:: .ms:r.ai'JtI11.t.:8J: :=tlIiII!. Nf..mm'Q :e-
:5'" Dooming' the nation's' winter .vacationland county tract This number of
nlfr: : the; Mecca of ''a,.great army of trees will plant about 65' acres, with SO :: a
,sightseers,:the land'of:promise to the i il the 'trees fifteen feet apart and the

... I :devotee.of rod and n gun, the goal of rows of trees the same distance Paints .j
.F .the:golfer, the dolce far neinte of lovers .,apart
; Viand .the newly ,married, a ,never A plant for, canning the entire If you Want

;..!fi e: : failing.' 'tie d .of interest 'and delight. output of the orchard in the comparatively THE 1912.
'to the nature lover. The great world short fig 'season will be
IS GRAND
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.,'ri ;.fashion_also__has,spied out_its.at. established. TO SHOW BRIGHTER FRUIT! .'
r tractions, and has already established f I
'. DO IS It). Free from the dust mite and for :
which
'4along, its coast. an "American. Riv- NO COLD WAVE
- raw which. despite its newness, is BRING you command the fancy prices, use: I
r abeady a, formidable 'rival both in The cold wave which it had been "SULPHO-CITROL."
jntoctiveness 'and'in' popularity of predicted probably would strike Florida -
n & prototype :in southern Europe yesterday morning, failed to ma- GEO. A. '
: = '. is now,as much a part of the terialize, the freezing line remainingsome
'Mo. foddess yearly 'itinerancy as, distance beyond the limits of If
: -r J.fHewpp Lenox'or,Aiken and, ,in i the state and not even any frost be. .. you want -
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& consequence, there has sprung up al ing recorded The :weather is rapidly H :
",' :! .'string.of palatial hostelries and magMkent -I moderating.In I .
;Y ,: private. ,winter. residences ex-'I Tampa the lowest temperature To destroy the "THRIPP," use

; tending?nine :ancient',Augustine. was recorded at 10 o'clock yesterday \AI "BLACK LEAF TOBACCO EXTRACT." .
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,s-4 down,to rnddern Miami at the lower morning when the thermometer. stood
: fiend>. of she state... for' while at 53. After that it began in Our ne w1913 Almanac'eontaining full

:' !j' :If lie is1 wise the health seeker will to get warmer, and yesterday Every ing one to call, information sent you for three cents
',- ;abon'tie bustle and'excitement:of the afternoon had reached fifty-eight ACME postage.

r" le telaj.wherf the quiet and.rest Rain .C<
.,:''!.r-t,. iii. he', so ,much ,needs 'are con- also,last, night and the weather will Between, Maitland
=: .; seueaa by:their,absence. 'Especially remain cloudy until this afternoon, Quality and

''trt< { should :the" suffrer from .weak lungs I when it will,.begin. to clear,-Tampa Building and 0. Painter Fertilizer Co.
> ; *-alorgaYbody the.'ceaitg'prproiimity{ to any Tribune, 14th

':. l: f of. water Let' him seek I f i
:-, :jfce Ugh J..of the interior some INFORMATION BUREAU No orders too JACKSONVILLE FLA.
,;}. <$ttit 2 nook surrounded and sheltered ThU department has been'arranged ,
;: 'byr[the-gteriow:old pine .forests'-a (Jjf:the'benefit of all visitors to Orlando .
." !:"brb 1 fe'fhood'of monks chanting their ; but especially for those,wishingto' CHAS. A.
:;f.t.tternal ml' erer sw and there.find theFt attend the Orange, Couty Fair. Itis
": ca : ; -, which ,natures- .' ',' laboratory. our' purpose ,to: publish accurate I VAN'BUSffiiKGiaeia'F HUM i

..:Ggr.previdea..s; : lodgment may. :,.perhaps' schedules, daily'' ofthe arrival and departure ,_ WHILE VISITING THE .
"-it 'be'';:one ;.of. the: hDmfle homes; :whichsdpaed of trains; also the hour and

: In-.that ;region, .a, home of place.of public, conveyances from city J r .. COUNTY
"' ... FAIRTAKE
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1' Weh j the-'owner. may exclaim with to the Fair grounds. "
: ; ";.> .... North Bound Passenger Trains '
;tf-#!Thatt hntis; "mine:' that,cottage,half Atlantic Coast Line .'... 10:11 a.m. YOUR MEALS AT THE
t--'' -: >embiwer'd Atlantic Coast Line' .... 1:35 p.m.Atlantic 'TIIH' NE E

.; ,With. raod fit.,jessamine. '' Coast, Line, .... 12:31 a.m. ARCADE RESTAURANTwhere
{ .. BUt*u.;..chances are that the yard Atlantic Coast Line Local .
_' surrounding- : .it .will. contain great Tampa to Sanford ... 8:01 p.m. y \ you are sure of getting just what you wantprepared

.' i" :dumps:'of,.magnificent'crinuni lilies, $eaboard Air Line ...... 9:00a.m. Cor. in the way you want it.
aad -;Agrippina' and 'pink daily' rosefcaaheivof South Bound; Passenger Trains

/. {( dimensions undreamed of Atlantic Coast Line .... 3:05a.m.. WE BUY FOR Phone. .
'. :ia-'the, NorUJand,'"while. -'the burnished' Ulantic-Coast Line, Local KEEP OUR
.. .,gold jkoranges':'gleams, ,amidst an Sanford to Tampa .... 8:47 a.m. QUENTLY i

.=. ;emerald setting ,u...y'the.nearby grove, Atlantic Coast':Line ..... 3:21 p.m. .
"t'. ,oc the/waxed;petals;of:'their lowers'rases atlantic Soast_ Line to j. 6:41 p.m. .
P4 crown the''trees with bride, Seaboard Air Line arrives .
..'I :al'vep:and"wreaths, From Wildwood ...... \6:35 p.m. And. an Order : i "
{,:'![. : Bt'it-'is:to, the hatnre.lover mole I S..A. L Orlando to Lake Charm Fireplace Mantels .' j
_..... 6:00p.m. i
J *4an Safly;other,that Florida appeals i Leaves daily to'
:. /from the Arrives .-.-.- ... 8:45a.m. D. B. RAYBON, "
;. to-as, a whole'...Everywhere, mtMi. Tiles and Grates .
; the banks of, the Perdido and 'Stvers.to 1
..':i. JWia ri the southermost key, New 7room house, with electric .
.. ,)1e "may'wander with. ,the .assuranceofdnding'subjects lights, bath and all modern conven- ;, _ Caloric Fireless Cookers, '-
interest and to iences. Lot 75x200. Price, 2, 50. .
to
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f'... instruct ,For him the waves of ocean Terms to suit. Electric Pocket Flash Lights
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c. aad gulf break in ,mellow cadences CHADWICK & COOPER.I Ii
ti t Electric Plants of
.and;,deposit at his.feet numberless Phone 535, Sightler Bros., for,gro- : Mod : Complete Lighting ..
evidences of the richness, beauty and ceries. Prompt deliver 18 Church : J

mystery of marine' life; for him the treet : s. Any Size- Installed. .

:sun god: daily .lifts the gauze like I 'S .. .
t I 'i 18 ..... '.
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mist draperies from the lily
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t ,t $ t t t, t t i ii :. ,
lakoons and dissolves the shadows I I f' 1 4
that lurk along the_'shores ,of palm I:I FANCY ,AND '
FOR. EVERYTHING :E.: s. PIERCE
fringed lakes; for him the tangled In the :I ; i
'.their treasures of ,
hammocks yield ,f I It
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FEED LINE
golden .jessamine trumpets, burnished For Live Stock We.. ,Give Our : ELECTRICIAN, f 1
: foliage and ivory chalices of magnolia'.nd e See t Guarantee :
sweet bay, and countless P.F.LAU- ,B.ACK'. : PIONE 436 New laid Mdf, Ctoch StBarylarian's
other riches of Flora's realm; for him :
,;, Church Street, Phone 188 ;
.. the gaily colored chameleons flash like . ,

jewels. in the sunlight, the mocking . t t t . : Sightler | -S -S
bird, breaks.his heart- in- the rhapsody P j
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I :of. a.love songand the cardinal 1 I . ;; .
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; whistles, his: clearest, sweetest notes i ', -... - Illtnilllllim Illll
{as:;he, slips in. and 'out of the cops< 'We A. Slaughter. G. G.Wright, .. j
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like a living ;flame. For. him then A..D.Wright : CARTER'S '
*exists.i a pleasure,, that is denied t ;{ the much'' envied multimillionainwhoie'plethoric I MFG. CO. ... ArtStore NEW.STORE ;
t
:' : purse admits him t< The
s Special Manifold Soil Pipe:
,the privilege of the splendid gardenof : Fittings. !, Designs and Pat ,
In Highland Grove
the'jloyal Ponciana hotel or allow. :3 105'E. in Oriental Goods
\ Foundry and Shipping .Point:, t r.
'' ,him, to" looV,upon the ,Beach.cocoa-nut trei. \OrlaBfto;, Fla.. Expert Tailoring for aNew Fresh Stock of Staple

t i:;shaded 1 lawns._.- ;-of" Palm ,andChattanooga x. EX ,,and Gentlemen Groceries. Our Expense is
z BL't "AN Laundry .for :Low and our Prices Low..
'.\... .1IE, '' GOOSE .GIRly*:,by HarblMacGrath 1 ART. BAZAAR Folks Only ,: 'We, Deliver to Any Part l
\. : U.:CNB ., eating and' fascinating." stories,, eve r .GOODS. Church and Court Sts.. Jf J Order", to 325 win get the :
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ti \written, ..It.hu.een 'read"'by"eount MADE Goods *

.-," :lees thousands,:who.. will be glad t'renew L J,. Mustard : . .
:: ; 'acquaintance .with Gretchei OIL AND GASOLINE

_*': The GOOM Girl/ Princess' . Hildergadi. ; 'HE ciinmtST, 'DAINT' .YRE ,. I :J ,A.I.. HAND ; DELIVERED AT.YQVKDOOR .
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X::!,'American Consul'and. 'other character. S Manicure, Pedicure,. Shampoo, .Fweral aad .. -
Eafrilpir
_. '-U.: boviNe* /when:they;appear,s FaCe'and. Scalp Maaaage. .. '1 .II t. .IIli'IIIIIII, I 'I..
'*iie on.FebruaiT24th. & Ive;'ater Hack, Pia.St.>Ffcm* IStmilllMIIIIMIMilMI "
/ : Parlor over IMckaon MRS. .. .
. :: '. 'eorei.Onge and Central { '_ .. .. c' : ::<.r_d .l-- ;

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:'On4doFeb.12r--The: Woman's' club .. > ., ';.. :\. '. ri.:.. ,,;;i.': '. 0 l :'.
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tot,'this,place .is'"'now:laying,quite an JU.STRECEIVED . ,; -;' .," . '" [

;extensive piece ,of sidewalk,, which '.. .
.F ',wken completed, wiUj;j,add greatly .to THE MARKTT' ' '. S :THE'MARKET '
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; .the,beauty and..value of the village. I OF CLEANLINESS'" o' ,
,. OF. QUALITYLEND
f Mr.; and-Mrs., J..jV. Carter ,of'For8yth : .. : ;:y!. :( < .
; Ga.after a week inOveido, of ; .,. ::, :
'. and business combined have -.. .: ,. .' . '
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pleasure T My Spring of Men and 0. :: ,_ ,
/' returned:home. :They were accompa- '''T. " "
rued. as' faras Jacksonville by their Boys Straw Hats in all the .

hostess' daughter, Miss Helen Law- newest shapes. Nice line of '

Y 'toiu Mrs, Barlow. of'Sanford' who was Panamas for '$5. 'My spring lIS' < YOUR EAR

: killed. here' on account. of. the 'illness Trouser line is now complete : :
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is 'of her parents, ,Dr;;and-Mrs.. James ,
Argo; .has returned leaving the captain in all new shades. Q .:' ( ;:

': 'and his wife convalescent '. ,. Q 'J
; Mrs.. J'H. Dumas has returned from, .. ,0 : --!-
Jacksonville. ,&.!::. ' : 71l:
J to
'pleasant
trip
; YOUR PATRONAGE HAS ENABLED US TO MAKE GREAT
Mrs., B., G. Emith' was :;shopping. in c. "
'Sanford. Tuesday..' Clark RotertsoiiSuccessor : o '. .STRIDES IN ESTABLISHING IN ORLANDO ;.: _& :

Mr. H.; B..McCall'and a few:of. hiss .

fellow-sportsmen have just returned I :
from a' week's huting trip ,to ,the St . I t .THEpERFECT MARKET

Johns river. to Jerome Palmer' & Co. I I .
Miss Kinney of.Lake Charm, who II I .

has been ill for some time,is .slowlyimproving. I I .

f'.' .. . ' VISIT US AND NOTE THE ABSOLUTELY SANITARY ".
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parliament is visiting his two IMIIIIIIMMIiMMMIMHMimtHlltllMitMMMKLET
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'Sweeney.Mr.. W.. J..Willingham of Lane Park W selllDO IT Best Meats Poultry and Game }A

; Fla., motored over last, Thursday to .
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look after his property in Oveido.i .
4 ..Mrs.. Finch of Savannah, Ga.' is If you have property: to L atisf actor Accurate Service .1

x here on an extended visit to her brothers Let Jim do it. ,
,)Messrs. W. H. and.L. W.:Suther. j

Messrs Lee, Cotton, and Tahyer If 'you want to .. 1<
were:transacting business in Sanford buyLet OUR DELIVERY-PROMPT AND RAPID-MEANS YOUR :i

< Monday., Jim do it. PURCHASES. DELIVERED WHEN YOU WANT THEM ;
t; Mrs. Enoch Parlin'is expected home : .r.-'

E in 'a few days from Dr. McEwen's City and Country Properties, Farm

'been sanitarium quite ill In for Oralnod the last where three she weeks has :: Lands, Groves and Tracts 0 Look' Over this List of Specialties j :

Mn.'Bell of Sanford was the guest LOOK AT THESE BARGAINS _.. m;' -:
S of Mrs. B. S. Smith, last week. : Twenty acres, 10 acres of which is in bearing orange -S. -.- ,, ,}
Mrs.. Mary Wolcott recovering : PERFECTION ALL-PORK SAUSAGE CHOICE GRAIN FED POULTRY 1}
,
grove, and balance of 10 acres in timber land, five-room
ALL VARIETIES OF CHOICE MEATS CHOICE'DUCKS AND \
: from her recent illness. GOSLINGS
: cottage, located three miles from city, price $3,000.00. '
';... Mr. and Mrs.. J. H. Lee and Mrs. It I Twenty-five acres, 10 acres of bearing grove, 600 SELECT OYSTERS FRESH FISHParlor '1

Henry. Foster, ,all of. Lake. 'Charm, Ir" trees, five-room house and barn, located on lake front,
: went over to.Sanford Fridayto'meet : >>
:4 four miles from city, price $4,000.00.
Mrs. Fosters sister' 'and .niece, Mrs.. : Thirty acres, 15 acres in grove, 1000 trees, 15 acres
;:. ',and Miss Gilkerson, of New'York,who I of fine 'farm and vegetable land located on lake front, Market;
j> '. are-here for''an indefinite"visit : four and half miles from city, price $5,000.00. 1

i M! .'B. F: .Wheeler )spent,'a couple : Forty,acres of virgin pine timber land of fine fruit and

: of days .last week with her sister., I vegetable.land fronting on Lake Conway, fourmiles from

Mrs W. P. Carter,'in;Sanford. : city, price $2,000.00.Twenty .,
Mr. and_M 's-.W. E. Argo and fam- :
: acres of lake front land near city suitable forsubdivision. ?:
ily of Fernaridina are visiting Mr.I I. Price I
$3,800.00.Fortyfive H. M. SELF & CO.
Argo's parents, Capt and Mrs. James five in. .
acres, acres bearing orange grove,
:Argo,*of this place. small house and barn, located at Conway, five miles from --- I. \

,Mr,"W. H Howard has recently'setout city, price 1500.00; : No.. 18. 20 East... Pine, Street.I.. PHONE..... N_ Q. 80 |
"-<* IV .'..*.<*..,!- : *- ; .._.J,."'.,., < '"
a ten-acre.lot ili'p: _trees. Five acres :with cottage near city, price $1,500.00 ''''''', ....; '. ',. >",;V :; j 'J 1
The citizens ofOveido are making Three and one-half acres with twelve-room house located ;: '5 .
:. :I :4
for the anti-county division '
preparations
.
near city; price $1,500.00.Twenty J
Y barbecue and basket picnic to acres with bearing grove of 300 trees, small :
";- be held at this place Friday/; February house and barn, price $2,800.00JI { t i

,14Uu, ,.A big delegation from every OFFICE OVER BLUE DRUG H 11-11." 1"1"1 1,1. " , ." .. 11111111111e. i I i ,i i i i ; I f

1 part of the.country is expected. There. F, ., idxrlel rO. 1l.. STORE ORANGE AVENUE 45
,; will. be speeches 'on: the subject of. I--- i t; ;j
.
.AntUcountyjdivisionboth morning and iitMIMIIilMiMlliiiililllMMIillMMEARLT ---5-- - -

afternoon. Dinner will ,be, served in .
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the grounds Sanford is trying to iiCapital
split Orange county, and hopes to take t
Oveido: Wither,'but!the_residents'ofthis RLANDO BANK & TRUST COMPANY

place are ,almost unanimously' op: BUYERS

.i posed'to, the,measure._ So,it is hoped GET BEST CHOICE"I a

?\ that and thousands be made will to feel attend the,the deep barbecue Jove- couldn't' find my size," explained a worriedlookingwoman and Surplas aid IMvMed Preffls $120,"' .H. .!

;! of Oveido for old Orange. ;to a friend one..afternoon, as she came disconsolately Total Rese roes ever Tferee"Barkrs of a Mlta. 1
0 J from the waist counter. t,

WILL MEET, IN:TAMPAAPRIL; 17 "What," she answered, "you couldn't get anything to Report of the Condition of' Orlando i
fit you in these lovely waists? Of course, you don't mean I'.*,
zr Bank and Trust Co., Condensed
to for it l'i
looking
For the puropse of promoting the say you were now.
(. ."Yes I From Report to '
was. Comptroller
< citrus industry throughout Florida in .
': ,every manner possible irrespective of "Well, ,what could you'expect at three o'clock in the ,t 'y r Feb. 4,1913RESOURCES '
it 'business: pther affiliations, 'a mass afternoon, and you take a thirty-six. 'You know that size -A : "i S .5 (4 I.\-1
Lyx
a 't
"
: meeting,of citrus growers of the entire goes faster than anything else." Loans and Discounts....$393,161.05Orerdarfts ti
':' state of Florida has been called "I'll know better next time, sighed the disappointedone. ..
..,..i........ 193.53 ,,:
r. to *in" Tampa Thursday, .. ' .. :
convene : on Stocks and Bonds ..., 26,018.33
The most _reliable merchants in Orlando advertise '
>' 17th at which'time all existing
April Real Estate, Furniture and
'organizations will vie with each other their most important money-saving opportunities in the Fixtures ... .......... 25,853.44 i' J .I.1
L SENTINEL Read the SENTINEL constantly
: forming a harmonious and perftec- closely'and ,- 'c :4 Cash on hand and in Banks 215,084.83
k k ed association to.prorate the'interests and every morning, then, you will always be posted and !:f I
be able to shop early. '
9
of ,the growers. =a $660,311.18 { 1

i LIABILITIES .;
TO' SUBDIVIDE' TRACT' :+ ( Capital Stock ...........$100,000.00 ;''
;...\. ,,_: Surplus land Undivided r i.
....
'A, tract of 35 acres'near Sarasota, 1 ra; Profits ... ........... 22,832.33 f i_

Fla., will be subdivided and place Deposits ... .. ..,........ 537418.85 ,; '
T on the market. It is, owned by Mrs. InsuranceBest k .. t .
a M.. Stehn and Miss H. B. Theodore $660, ILI8 5'::1 1 ::

.T' (Chicago, Ill.
We invite the attention of our cug. 1; '

tomers and friends, to our statement '*
i' The Florida Winte Bible School Companies t
above and wish to''assure them that
has in Le under
opened esburg very
we appreciate their '
patronage and
w
promising 'circumstances. The business -; Lowest Rates 5
? 5 ask for a continuance of same. J
t men of .Leesburg' cooperated 5-o 5 ) F'
. Losses S forget,that our deposits are, v
number Christian people of Honest =
} with a Promptly .b in ;41!
'the United States and Canada and l -
:: -
; Adjusted and Paid'" I A cordial invitation is extended to I
purchased the buildings and grounds : t
-
"' visitors in oar city to call and open I r'
: oi.thiormer. Florida Conference College .
t of the Methodist. there. fefad *Gtvm*,Stole ai C.utl Dep.s i.rlr an account,with us. I

These have been,fitted into,a wonderfully : L ..,, u. J \11f'I '\ Sr
'of entertainment S. I. 1 '
j : attractive place Way 0'0
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,and .instruction splendidly! , ,' ."4 ...... ..
tipped hotel and an:auditorium just ,# ,

ining. 'The school Jsjnterdenomiil Phone 172., 23 ,South,Orange Ave. I PRINTING, MATERIAL, fW :SALE : } f .'
i ,and speakers from LaleviewInn {
.. the United.States.as:!e _as .. =--- Bargain in type, body nd'jo ,
Canada? and England will deliver from six point upt;in-large q anti, ; :.
ties stands,,cases and racks;; Nonpareil !
tohave ; :
is not a
tures., The object ; 12xlT :in :good order* 'Nis. C. L I1Tcmt, .. _
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presB .
: tut Bankers.
,a Established Relerence-our .
: courses .
1 with graded ;; 1850. : } .
witha
with steam fixtures ,tegetber SnTc1. I
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instruction :
general placeof: Biblicar :lot"of. _material, : .t'I s
J. S. STANTON& ,CO. other printing ICftI'.1 b'Mil'8oti "
: of;peopleespectellywrists PII' :
t for eVery rt ; address'TNE'SEITiNEI ;! d .
OB of .UI&J
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Call e.f Oi1 idoSs .
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lees especially .. 1-
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"'t" i' Wholesale' Produce..' # u' lindo..fly. .. ,
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: ; :: : ; ;: Ti"IE'GOOSE': GIRL. r'I .. '
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: There ,everything about. "The "\.\ -

.iotftE.,. . _, m, : ;lNOT' .: ,,, .ES. Goose .Girl".,::;..hich',will' be the .attract-. Et i
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,.t :!., ""'...".< %. "r"J .It<;:h? t ,.; ' ion ai the Opera'House on Feb. 21, tocapture i
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... ;- 'JMI $'tjf' :..'t ,'W.' ... : the;liearta of. whohope
dAi" .' playgoers.
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V I
',' fJ' .,. : .: ; ." :"' '.:t'J'\. .for- .entertainment in clean 'andwholesome V'V / iff'" Ii't; ;.j. ' 0 : > >'-1, >: ": : -;;;. : .

,-- '-->: ...,.1.. ;....,., "" .. .. .', ,' _ playa':The, ;spirit, . : \
.... oct .
.. .... .m1, IIOCD'I'I' EDITORBnMwt .
t" -:.... ..... It>' - Niahr. SI manse prevails;. bright snappy dia- '. \ : .-. : : ;
,t , .' 'j> - loPe, dramatic' lituitions, amusing! : :, -< ., ; '7 .:". ;" :;
V c 'IrJoUL OTKNotfc for'tU Sods and Wcmin'i belt:cu '.U .
comedy incidents delightful'
'and : love '
J' ,
esoioieetedto,8akgr:BdHnr'frr eber'or .the above telephone. Man : M ,
; '' "' ...... ietieM to tti'Society Wterr. tSentia L,:Notkw'of toda fttftctfes' scenes," all, ofh'ich ,tend ,to leave .a ------ I !
V .a '.......; 'p herb$ and :other;kams of social lntm tald bee breath of fragrance, and satisfaction .} ;; _

'f F ,to Iota d;';artawat. a> woo,at they,event,.In order that their'am. to audiences witnessing the play-The: : ..
y V # *wine be votfla..... Goose Girl" 'God '
.' : cast of "The' is said to be : : WheIr..Elijap was hungry sent

: 1 .i._ ._ an excellent one,while the producUolii\ :' : ravens to feed. nim. .
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. ; ;,?": -,.... . is a marvel of beauty. Too, much, cannot .
: miGHTFUL 1 ,DANCE AT THE HEARTS FOR EVERY: GUEST be said, of this feature ,as .it is, :, ; There are no ravens in Florida ,to

.. t;:J: :COUNTRY- ,...'" CLUB I '_ without doubt, one of the most hand- ,feed !
.t, t. : ._ :. you
;4, :Pretty. Yalefttlne Party In.'the Rosa- some scenic ,investments ever offered ,

f' ; :.,.=:..(M*;Gmitt P.,'Ju M Enler- I lint aub, Rooms by dramatic, organization. The only: bird that will feed you is ;
Mrs:),J. Nv Bradshaw, Mrs. Grey
I I the eagle the Natioanl Dollar.
'fJ..r.w ,tam. their Many ;Frienfc'lia Rush/.Miss Mollie Ray, Miss Mary on
BUCKETS VISIT FLORIDA
,
.
,:i6" ; : .T pretty;affairs<-were given. on !Robinson and Miss Willie Person were : He must not only be caught
, ,
; saat Valentines day; but ,now more the'committee In charge of'a charming '
three hundred busi-
Tonight fifty
.14 ""MiHtifu1l1';arranged: I nor 'more en- ,' 'card party at 'the'Rosalind Club ness men' of Cincinnati will arrive in )' E b safely housed in the National
jeyed thin the ball given by Mr. and I yesterday afternoon. The affair was
Jacksonville,. where they will spend
.f.' Mrs..;Judd.last evening 'in ,honor oft i ilthir' wherein he
: : I to have ,taken place Thursday ,evening and day' in sight seeing. They will Cage, lays an egg
attractive house: guests, Miss but was. postponed because of the
then down the east Coast and
proceed
\1'lIieH.andi. fV n Santroord.. bad.weather. every year which is worth four .
I at Key West will embark for Pana .
t The long hall::of",the Country Club The rooms were tastefully decor

i E was festooned with ropes of red- _. and ated, vases of red roses having been ma.Upon ;'.. cents, and from...- .
West the
i their return to Key
.:.white and dainty heart shaped,:valentfees placed on the tables and mantel, and .,
will include for the homeward to be continued /
itinery tomorrow.
': Were used most. effectively" '.in jlongsprays, of bamboo, from which
the interior of Flor-
journey country
:tleseratiri .- [dozens ,of red ,hearts 'dangled, went

; The'gusts were greeted on their ar caught'to the walls., Hearts covered ida.These s

'x"V rival -by.:;Mr.'and,Mrs'Judd, 'who,introdaced the filmy window curtains, and were gentlemen are studying

,,\ot.: 'them. to Mis?':Frances and suspended from the ceiling, these emblems Southern conditions in which the Pan .

. ;Min'Van'Santvoord, and after spending of St. ''Valentines day also ama Canal figures quite largely. V TIE[ PEOPLES[ NATIONAL l BANK 1

.
. d :a little" ..e.In. merry talk the adorning the card tables:. l
: $t'aeneing'began.' WAS INTERESTING TALK
I Progressive hearts, Auction Bridge

"c ; ., ,At'actable covered'with: white and j.and Five Hundred were ,the games

.:;. \i:,% 'ornamented__ with' red 'hearts, :bore. a I played, and when the' heart shaped 'Sister Esther Carlotta, state president WE ARE TIE ONLY ,NATIONAL lANK IN ORLANDO
of the U. D. C., arrived in the
:J :bowlofdebeious:; ',punch: from 'whichthe I tallies were. counted Mrs. Dolive and ;
:-:<2 ,' da&cers often refreshed themselv- prizes. city last Saturday from Orlando, YOU SI6ULB ZEAL WITI A NATIONAL BANK

. (ei .during the,,eve ing. Just above I, The delicious supper. .menu. includ- where she presided at a meeting,

": ;this'''tab!*;;hong;:a 'huge neart, from I'. ed chicken salad, served in red'crepe being entertained here by Mr. and i

r" I.which the face of cupid, the little love I paper hearts. heart shaped,cakes and Mrs. C. A. Carson. Sister Carlotta i

i aeaarch,smiled down upon the bright biscuit, sherbert and coffee. was present at a meeting held in the I'
,
{ 'and happy Ictme. t Chapter House Saturday afternoon, at ,, .,- . ., ;: ,
About fifty guests enjoyed the hos. . ,.
t ;.Daring,the intermission, ice cream,tpitality of- the Club and:.the aftenoon which time' the,Will Bryan Chapter of' "

y' + Y-joafce. :i and:candies were served. t|was' one long to be. remembered. the U.. D. C was out with a large at .

\ Not until a late hour did the tendance.
guests .. ...
'
Vt ,", r
.bid their host and hostess;good-night, f AMERICANS UNABLE TO GET ,;. .-
x ;'l.1M 'dance was one' (the.most deVtfu Clerk Wanted-We can use a live,
I| MONEY_ FROM BANKS MAR-
: : aoeialevents" of, the season. wide-awake experienced grocery clerk !

i -': . - ; 'I i I OONED AT DEPOT Address Box 148, Orlando. 3t : I In
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X ,IIX; HUNDRED. DOLLAR, GUAR. -
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"' ANTEE ' Laredo,:Texas, Feb. 14.-A passen A DRINK FOR A JUG S V SV V

ger from Mexico City on last night's
:
-
''train reported that when he left the One'of our townsmen was laugh-
,
p&Kii .ii''T, sieiiu. capital all banks had been closed ing a few days ago as he read a paper,
Kr : :St t'Artiistsat-That Price *.since ,Saturday last, and they Were and this was what tickled him:,. Hewas
:Six Hundred 'dollars a )large cum n rm I r m D noo 1 ,
letter written
.io pay"fojrfeeh: ar sts as Annie unable to withdraw' their deposits, reading a by' a J I

'.: :Louise: ,David and .'Marcus KelleriaafiT and were without. funds. to leave the rural mail carrier in Georgia to his ,
'country; even if the opportunity presiented. Congressman Harwick. The letter
not, but s
; Perhaps do you ,rea-
c follows '
A large number Americans : .
,fae"::what;.it;means :for;, a .Club:with ,!
the I were at'the, railroad station, he said, "I seat myself with pen in handto
:meabership ,of the Mendelssohn
: t eagerly seeking to take the northbound write and 'let, you J know you have tttUUUttllUttIUttOUttflHtflhItttflhttt1tllttn.u
: 1 ;
'te_.promise that amount.ftr' :single, ,
!
"' ,e eRiB(.: :entertainment; '.especially t trains, but'checks were refused played the devil with me.' When .I \,
fin took the to 'the mail, '
pa'Dlent.for tickets. contract, carry J; :
jr BA:funds .for:two artists .concerts .' 11'
r'Many:: Americans, he believed are the express company was doing a "
; ,1 %fe.r already,been. Paid for out of the .
t--n .L: practically marooned at the station pretty good business and I got ten
; ? |
seasonIt |without food, or money or shelter. cents for each express package, and

._ Fyt ol.the"Mendel-f The railroad officials, however, according ten cents and a.drink for every,jag. t
;
; a ohn.Club. . .t4'i. .Mt the standard. high
"' 4' '' to this paseneger, endeavoredto Now you fixed up a thing called"the :
,for,e music in' Orlando and.to bring tothe Hotel irtists
; do everything they can, to afford possum post law," and the express < ; .
.city.only.,such performers as.are
; ..traeartkU.. .. In looking'back'throughtke 1 shelter to women and children who company don't handle any more pack- oViV1ngi{ ; :
t have left their homes and sought refuge ages When I made this trade to
paefyear
one remembers grate-
; the railroad stations. the mail I didn't konw anything
at
1 :fen,::the_J insight,of ,the Mendelssohn f : carry
.managers ,in :'arranging the .musical I Numerous passengers arriving from about the darned foolishness 'send-!

r. : t_ given by Maude .Powell,.Hart:.|Mexico City assert that the American ing farm implements through the j jmall. Auspices of Mendelssohn Club .1 :
Dt' ; officials in'Mexico should provide a ., I ain't a man to quit his job, :
:
:B tMyron ju4y.Margel; Gluck, '
;
t[special train or trains on which Americans but I've got to have some help.-Ex. '
:Irese Aria t ta Hi and Marguerite Val-I .
could leave.A.circular l ; :
'f efitice,, and. surely,all ,who' attended
: the:,previous' ; concerti will be, in the i .telegram, just transmitI MINISTERS OF ORLANDO IMPU- KELTJERMAN---Famous Bass-Bar-I :
'it r to Monterey, by President Madero
'
Xo Theater I CATED
me : 'fuesday.'nighl

.Never, before.has a harpist appear=f states that all day.yesterday forces bombarded and last itone of Berlin Royal Opera Co.

_
night, government ,
ed, .on the _Orlando stage, and it isPa.tiyint. It is rumored that grave chargesare ;
destroying
LaCuidadela and succeeded in
; to know, that.the first to about to be laid at the door of the
'play,than audience here is one'of the one corner of that arsenal, ministers of this city. Others are being Annie Louise David---America's ;
rebel forces and that the 1
:_.jrenius. 'andability'of ,Mrs. David. occupied by implicated.For :
In
the
Federal commander
Kellerman has been heard by sev-' expresses several weeks Mr. N. P, Yow- .
opinion' that today the government Greatest Harpist
era. of ell has been suit
townspeople, all ,of whom' advertising a great I :
would succeed in taking the Cuidadela. '
V speak glowingly: of the :richness and] sale in which he offered to sell ladies .;. A

: ,jewel of ha voice._ I suits .at half price, and then would' ;) "s,;. t' av ,

4 .The announcement has been made FRANCE MORE INTERESTED' IN give away every twentieth suit

'batfthe; admission'for the concert!' CIVIL WAR IN MEXICO THAN Lima beans were numbered and I'' : ,
mot
''Wfll. .be Seventy-fiye-cents, one dollar, BALKAN FIGHT. cast into a jar (not a family jar) and i, .

and one dollar .and one-half., The Paris, Feb. 13. The Civil War in each 'purchaser lady was given a "1 .r

.tide,-<*f 'tickets',to begin promptly on Mexico, occupies a larger place in ticket bearing number corresponding \

'M morning, ,at, nine o'clock.'in. public interest in ,France at the mo- to her bean. When the twenty, \ :'

the. Eatea. Drug. Store.-. ment than does the Balkan, War. suits were sold, there was, to be a _:!r (

t Keenest attention is paid by members drawing of the beans by a disinterested

MISS GRAHAM PASSES ,AWAY J JA of the diplomatic corps to 'the party to determine who was to geta )

----- ,possibility of intervention by the free'suit This program was ,carried I

'1 r ',Former; pil'o!, the Cithdralf United States, the prevailing' view.being out and at the 'end of the sale ' i ?;

-;: J" hae1,D ed4allin--Atlanta ), that'this,probably will occur before ' of. the first twenty suits, a. little"girl }

Ma1Y.of. the 'young'people of. 6r-|:. orderhas been, restored reached into the jar and pulled out 1

':.i' ,laude as>well_,as. ,the faculty and The French foreign office declines the_ plum-the luck, bean, number 11, tsM y'Yl r
r
I l]
JI ,pupils .of'.the\Cathedral School were to make any comment on the V situ. which gave to Mrs. L A. Spencer a

.::' t.r ,saddened today'with the news received ',ation, as it wishes to maintain its attitude fine $32.30 suit ,; .1

F by Miss Sara Yancey pf death, of 'neurtal observation.. The Now, it is hinted that this scheme "t"

ft'fct claswBftt, ; Miss Harriet, Graham -I i foreign minister, however, rec ives'frequ was-concocted by Mr.'R: S. Davits, ,," '; r
; \ *
" : ,:of .Bradentown.Mi nt. communications from, the the: popular advertising manager of 1t'\ .'

'-1' 3 .. .(Graham wan, graduated from French Charge d'Affaires: Mexico Mr.' Y oweU'. store and Sanctioned by .-, ", i

' IT the.Cathedral School last.spring;and City. The Mexican legation; in'Paris, the men.of the doth as a means, first 5 i'i't'

. has since been ;taking a' post:graduate also from time to time, transmits to of getting the ledics.to that:store, and ;' V

course ,in, ;Atlanta,. and :in, this 1 1city the,,foreign office encouraging''messages secondly of getting the ladies 'tochur&fOr .

.the i d'oe umd. recevedfrom the Madero 'government ; every; lady possessing :a Last. >and.best concert of the season GPrices.75c Il
I would.want'toattend .
newsuitTfrom-Yowell. . '

; SEATS;TO BE PUT ON SALE MONDAY The,.interest taken in'the ordinary church. ( .(

*t MORNING 't Frenchman_ is,chiefly a dramatic,'one, The Sentinel does not vouch'for the Sl.OO.t..lfO' I !

and is stirred by the vivid narratives.:truthfulness of this rstory, but from a

V Reserved:';seatstfor:: ,the.:David-Kel-!published'in.the;;:newspapers of fighting '! what 'we:know of the, gentlemen' : :

{ l! in the .streets.of. a"moiern'ityv : plicated, we' are.ready .to .I believe,al
lerman Concert to be given in ,then
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:to berpet on'sale.at.Estes.:DrugStore, ; 1I [vestments in 'Mexican'' securities; their 'commendablee1forts to 'beautify: ; .
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