The daily sentinel

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The daily sentinel
Uniform Title:
Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Daily South Florida sentinel
Place of Publication:
Orlando Fla
Josiah Ferris
Creation Date:
February 18, 1913
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )


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

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r Promises be the Biggest -1 it is said there has never been largeror 1 .. * * It '

better swine' exhibited in South i ,. 0.. I COUNTY SOLICITOR 1N0RMADEPUB Lid
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1 The cattle, mules and horses on PROGRAM FOR TODAY I :

History of Orange show will attract much favorable attention GOVERNOR 'TRAMMELL WRITES PRES. TAFT WIRES REPL TO
f'r and it is freely forecastedthat 9:00 Otlock. Concert at Orange vB1ue.. # CHAIRMAN ABERNETHY MADERO'S APPEAL

County. the judges will find it difficultto # io:00 O'Glocks. Opening exercises in main Exposition Dr. B. C. Abernathy, Chairman of Washington, Feb. 17th.-Presides*
make awards. the County Executive Committee is in Taft's reply to Madero's apoel for
Hall *
r. Call to order by' President H. H. 'Dickson.
There will be keen rivalry by farmers C receipt of the following letter from non-intervention went forward I-/ tel. '
for the special prizes offered for Address by LeRoy B. Giles, introducing Governor Governor Trammell: egraph early today and will b give
WG CROWDS EXPEO3 coca 'The various corn clubs 'are # Park Trammell. From a reading of the Governor's out in Washington when Secretary:

2S vicing with each other for the best OO-Aeroplane Flight by Prof. C. 'L. Wiggins in a letter it will l be seen that Doctor Ab- Knox has been advised that Mildew; ,4
<- showing of corn grown in their respective # Wright Biplane ernethey took the right view of the has received it. Counting the differences -

Nearly AD of the.Exhibits Have counties. Orange county can OO-Automoblie Parade starting tom Monument on # matter of calling the committee to. in time, the delays :i:.communication '
: boast of some 'as good corn as ever gether. and the time for transraifsioiv
Been Sent to the Fair Grounds was raised in the world.In Central Avenue. 0' This week will enable him to get it may be late tonight or tomorrow

r and Placed in Position, Making the woman's building the ar 1:30-Horse Races. ". # in touch personally with nearly all the before its text becomes known JU is
One,of the Finest Exhibitions rangements are completed and,the exhibits OO-Great Free Act before the Grand Stand. Looping precinct committeemen and get their understood to be a re a1irruatlnf;

; Ever. Seen in South Flor all in place for the opening 0 to the loop. views on the subject and arrange a the policy of the United Stat s rto
? ida. morrow.There. 4':15-Grand Carnival by Tones United Shows. # date for calling the committee together demand full protection for forei era.
f are three hundred and eight which will be done within the next The army has gone as far as ty can
The sun came up yesterday morn entries, embracing a wide variety of . few weeks. Notice of date will appear under present arrangements for a -
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.! ing with that; effulgence known only dsplays. .a in the Daily and weekly Sentinel of possible troop movement to Monaco. r
to a Florida day;;a-t1y'so clear and Home cooking, babies' caps, flowers ,-- --- this meeting. The plan to send an expeditory force
blue' after the beavy rains, that it: jellies, fancy work, embroidery, knitting 0 "State of Florida from Galveston has been confrontedwith
: looked like it might have been laun by old ladies, landscapes in oil HORSE RACING STILL WAGING% WAR "Executive Chamber some difficulties in securing

:; .,dered by angel hands. and water colors, beadwork, picturesand "Tallahassee, Feb. 14. merchant ships.. The quartenuster
i' The mocking bird, had tuned his snap shots with camera, cakes 1 "Hon. B. C. Abernethey, general.has an opportunity to* get
vocal. organs to the most' accurate bread and numerous other things are WILL Bf SUN LATE DESPATCHES SAY FUSIL- "Orlando, Flo$la. some catle ships, but it would take s
:: pitch and early assembled that one to be shown there. ADE STILL WAGING "Dear Sir:- week to fit them out. i
r .man chior in the mulberry tree where Nearly all of the chickens, turkeys AT fAIR TODAY.Three Special to The Sentinel I am in receipt of your letter of the It may trf finally decided tosenl
i:1. he ushered in the 'new born day with guineas, ducks and other birds comprising Mexico City, February 17.-Heavy 13th inst ,relative to the matter of 1 some of the transports at &egport
the ,sweetest carrol ever sung. the 700 entries in the poultry cannonading accompanied by vicious the Executive Committee of your News around to Gelveston.
Captain Red Bird -early 'cleared the department are now caged ready for fire swept the danger zone between Cougty making a recommendation for .Military Marks! Time ',..)

Races Have ifien Filled ; the national palace, where Madero appointment to the office of County Meanwhile, with the army pract:al- '
I expected forces are concentrated and the arsenal Solicitor of Orange County, and begto [Iy marking time and the navy End
N r and Some Fast Time Wiil Be the Diaz stronghold, with practically advise that in view of the fact ing by, officials 'waited in susptnse

s refreshing morning air, -while Mr. for final classification. Made-Other Sports That no cessation from the time the that it is some three or four months today for news of the stirring events
Turtle dove cooed softly to his ladylove There will be 49 varieties of chick- Will Entertain the Visitors armistice was broken early Sunday until the time appointment will haveto which are believed to be taking place
and beat the morning tattoo 0 ens, embracing finest strains of Ply- morning, until one this afternoon.At be.made I will wait until nearer the in Mexico 0 x-
Under such skies and amidst such 1,mouth Rocks, Minorcas; Silkiest Bantams Well as the Home.Folks' Who one o'clock the heavy firing teas. time.. for filling the ,office before take At the War Department officers vfa
scenes the Orange.,County) ,Fair was and game Bantams, Orphingtons Go to the Orange County..Hir ed and both sides contented themselves tms matter up "with- the- Executive hau marched to the relief of the--legations -.
.iosbe'red in.. ,For-with'the.dawning of Wyandottes, Leghorns and with occasional volleys of rifle Committee. at' Pekin declared that
day activities begun, and the hustle others: This Year. I I I shots. The last heavy fusillade was With kind regards I am, should.iall. wire communication with em

and, stir from. every quarter would The Belgian hare exhibit will be a The horse racing"at the fair,begins I a shower of sharpnel from the arsenal Yours very truly, Mexico. City fe lost even stopping
: :Oftly .find its counterpart in the activities f feature in which lots of interest is this afternoon and continues the next directed across the city from the PARK TRAMMELL, Ambassador' Wilsonfs despatches, that
of a great army getting in promised and some fine hares are now four days. The first race will start I national palace, but this did little Governor." alone would not be a cause for land.
readiness for a grew campaign. caged for showing and judging. promptly at 1:30 o'clock. The three i damage. ing troops.. It was pointed out that .
3 President Diskson, and Secretory All ofJthe many track events will ties have all filled and from the class ;' Scores of Americans and other foreigners !TALKING MOVING PICTURES A in such 'an event the Embassy would }

,{ O'Neal were at their:desks early, and be free attractions and' the motorcycle of the entries in the severs'! races fine and many Mexican noncombatants , SUCCESS have to 'resort to the use of messn-
.: were_,besieged from, every angle by racing, horse, racing, athletic sport is guaranteed.The as well, took adantage of lull 4**"A** *** gers and do its best, to get its dispatches
people anxious to make known their events and automobile races will afford program calls for three races, 'in the fighting to leave for.Vera :$pecial to The Sentinel ---- overland toera Cruz or

'wants and establish their status.. : a"general good,time. First: Two.minute and a quarter trot .. The loss of life in the crui.1:' New York, Feb. 17.-The first pubic -'c some other seaport, where communication -
These gentlemen labored industriously ; In lie white city of tents stretched or pace; second: free for all trot, op p 1 this morning cannot be estimated demonstration of iRison's latest was available. -
r and good naturedly all ;day and along the midway there will be life only to hors owned in Orange: county owing to the fact that casulties were I invention of talking moving pictureswas The latest phases of the situa&oE
late into the night, assisted by a large and diversion in plenty.. that have never beaten 2:30 in a inflicted from, hidden guns behind given this afternoon and pro were considered' a cabinet meeting
t force of men under competent 'super Johnny Jones the superintendentof race; and then the mule race. :forts hidden from the lines of receptive nounced a great success by' a large, which lasted until early this morning:
I% iatet4LBets; putting ,exhibits in order shows, has arranged that there The quarter-mile race is causing a zones. critical audience. At its close it was announced that the.
r.for the opening of.the Fair today. shall be no disappointments, in the great deal of interest among the local Streets in this district are practically The first picture shown representeda reply to Madero's" ,telegram, --- 'of Sat.
I At eleven .o'clock the,aeroplane wfll amusement line and all sorts of large horsemen and many of the cra deserted except for the soldiers man describing the possibilities of urday should go forward..
,i make, its first flight which will be one and small tent shows and attractions home horses are entered and will on the firing line and the officers passing the new invention. Words apparently Meanwhile the army and navy c 1-
!b of the most extensive .the series. will be o9 the ground. start. i from post to post issued from his mouth, every sound tinged to move into position to' do fa.
At one o'clock'will- occur the eventof The midway will open at 7 o'clock Mr George H. Mills, official sorterof Heavy damage was inflicted on reb being in perfect accord with the move. stant work.LUCERNE.
i the'eeasOn, the automobile parade. tonight and every afternoon, and the races reached the city yesterday els by another big siege gun, which ments of the lips. As his hand acci -- ;151,1:
,All autos dressed for this entry will evening throughout the rest of the afternoon and is at the San Juan. the federals artillery brought into ac- dentally brushed the table, there, was THEATER TUESDAY
'... assemble at in Cent week the barker and the tom-tom Mr Mills is a man of the turf, having tiion in hope of silencing the rebel a crash exactly similtaneous with a FEE 18, 8:30 P. H. .
.. rat''avenue' facing west The start artist will try to outdo each other been a driver owner and starter for fire. The rebels kept their big calibre piece of china touching the floor. ,
i. 'will .be from thence north over Main getting. the crowd inside. the past 35 years. He has the train- guns'constantly in use, replying shot Many,musical numbers were played. Joint Recital by Marcus Kellermak
t.street to Robinson avenue, east over There will be wooly poodle dogs ing and disposition that makes up a for shot Baratone and Annie Louise Day f
f Robinson ,avenue around Lake Eola paddled out on the share plan and first class starter. He is fair to driv- The United State embassy and the THE NATIONAL HONOR. ids, Harpist 'i'J'

'' to Central :avenueL thence west over there will, be sledge hammer devices e r.* but does not permit them to tire district surrounding it, escaped with 0 Fantasie ... ... .. .. . Saint Seats! : 1
; Central avenue to Main street to to test the arm. There, will be Japanese the spectators by unnecessary jocky- less damage tgay' than here to fore, Special to The Sentinel "Patuglia Spaguola"! (Spanish Couv
: Lake Lucerne to Orange Avenue. ball gamy, cane ringing stands, owing to the removal of federal bat- Mexico City, Feb. 17.-General Blan-, try'Dnace) ... ..... ...TedescU
: North on Orange avenue to the Fair knock down the wooden man and geta ing.There are a number of horsemenand tery whic"- had drawn fire of reUl quet with about 1200 federals all I I Mme. David. _
t grounds. five cent cigar stands, shooting gallery horses on the grounds. Senator gunners at arsenal Diaz directed the armed and with six cannons, marched Prologue to "Pagliacci" Leoncavallo
c With the preparations for the big and everything else that goes to W. M. Igou, of Lake county, with greater ,part of his fire toward the ceeded to Zocalo, where general Heur- Mr. Kellerman
: all-week event completed and the pro. make" the midway a real uptodatefair two fine horses, "Ephriam Toodless" palace as during the early part of into the city this evening and pro- Menuet ... .. .......... .
gram of events ,made up, the annual including palmistry tents and and "Tom Riley. last week. ta, commander of the federal fore s Dawn ... .......... ...Hass'elman*
Orange County;Fair,'which at 10 o'clock promises to be the And. for those that want to stay "Elwood D." and "Silver Toodles." bring about any change in the posi- palace. Mme. David
i greatest in'the history of this count y. all'day there are, lunch stands on the Mr. David Lockheart, Orlando, has tions of the two forces Diaz and his Huerta stated that on the fight now Lllerseelen .. ..,.........R. Starnsq
t; The program will start about 9:30 grounds, at which a "warm snack" "Maxie Direct," Duchess Hal" and followers S maining at the arsenal progressing depended the national Iro Kahne .. .. ... ... .....Griet4
': o'clock this morning when the greatCarnival can bi purchased most any hour. "Little Hal," and several strategetic points which honor and he hoped every soldier Der Spielman ... .. ... ....Hoffmar s' -
Band will begin a musical There are many ver yfast horses they have occupied ,in. that district, under Blanquet's, command would do Die drei Wandered ...Hans Herrna j
,: program in front of the Sin Juanj DECORATIONS, at the stables and 'some of the own and the federals making no attemptto his duty. Mr. Kellerman + x
Hotel before going' to the grounds, Among the' other things which the ers'are D. G. Milton, Westville, Fla.; widen their area of occupation beyond Huerta then shook hands with Blan- Marguerite au rouet .. ... ....ZabeK;
. and it will probably not end until the Orange County Fair deserves much P. E. Milton, Brockton, ,Ala.;' J. Bas_ national palace and nearby quet This gives Madero important Dance of the Marionettes ... .Poenfaf} _
last, tired frigment' of the throng credit the handsome appearance tille, Jacksonville; Dr. Wienga, Or battery posts.Ambassador. reinforcements. He has been fltpect- Mme. David i
f trails its way homeward at midnight put on' by ,the numoreus business lando; Mr. Morehead, Ocala; V. Arle- Wilson today completed ing Blanquet for the past five days. Evening,Star from Tannhauser .....\

_, next Saturday. All, indications point houses, all of whom have gone to es gas, J. Crosrent, C. H. Sprague, Jack arrangements for the publication'of ... .;-. ..... ... ......'!Wagner t
'f to, the, largest 'crowds ever to, come pecial pains to decorate and the flags, sonville; Ed., Carmichael, M. W. Wil a daily newspaper at the American NOT CONTEMPLATING RESIGNING (With Harp Accompaniment) y''

, to. Orlando Governor. Trammell urived'last residents under embassy's protectionuntil Flower Suite (Written for
the city a regular mardi-gras appear First Race-2.:4 pace, best three Mme. Daft
night and was met by President Dick 1 ance and many of them are so hand heats in five. Carrie Woodnut, Roan informed of what Is going on'and Special New to York\Stntinel, Feb. 17 vid ......... .. Margaret Hoberg'i
t son';and Secretary'O'Neal, and members some,that the$ merit special c cScrip- mare 121U byEd CarmichaeL Polly then relieve their anxiety. telegram to International, MidmghtIna New a) Menuet 1' Antipue :.. .........,:*-

f., of the Association:and escorted tion, but most noticeable of all are i G, bay mare, 2.21%, entered by V. of Eagle Pass Texas, Madero declared byway (b) Dense, lea Fleure .*.. .....".;;*
i. to the San Juan hotel, where he will the several large signs baring over Artagus. Hal Paltska, soller geldingb AN ,EXCELLENT REPRESENTATIVE that he hasn't even considered (c) Homoresque ... ....... ...r...*,r
be, registered J while'.here.He .. the streets "Welcome," and this is the 2.16 Yi entered< yD. G. Milton. Prnnce the ,matter of Mme. David ;I
will ,make the speech at 10 spirit being carried ,out to perfectionby Patchen, bay gelding, 2.194, P. E. -' ditions ,in the republic resigning. The con %at Song (With Harp), .. .... .wml
are improvinhesays
r o'clock today from the. structure ,in old and g, In tha Foggy Dew. ((With Harp ,
: every citzien, young; Milton. Mrs.. Mather Smith who, is in : and the'arsenal will,' be i
'tfce: exhibition. building on, the' fairgrounds Second, R&ce-2.21 trot, best three charge, of te,West, Orange ,exhibit at in the hands of the, federals., soon. At Dawning !'.. ";.,.a W. CadnmH
will mark the fo rma1 r Inter Nos ..,. ....A. )
that heats in 5. Dorris Patchen bay .MecFadyem '
WEATHER.'REPORT mare the Fair is the .right.woman inright'place the .
.: ,.opening.. Sunday! ,'6 a. minimum, 42. green, C.'H. Sprague. Fannit Logan, and the'people from tk t TAG DAY POSTPONED .Danny Deever Mr..-;Kellerman.. i Walter Damroskf.11
rl' Nearly : verytMng; to be shown is Geo. H. '
bay mare, green, Sprague. di.mct'ar fortunate in
/ Suday 2 In., maximum, 63. having a lady Mrs. A. A '
I i"in and the teisWng.touches &re..being ,p. Wade 'Linton, bay geldign, Geo. H. of her in' ..;';':;"' : :Mprey Chairman of,&e .'The. 'Harp used,by_Mme David is a !1
6 maximum 4L:
Monday s m, I"a"4: Ways and Meant CottaMee of the Lyon"&AHealy.
t :put upon! booths leased. to other,the:.,many firms Monday; 2 p. JI .; maximum; 72. Sprague. Long Toodles, sorrel, W.. !, : ,The, Sentinel,:had often:;wad Widifn Civic League:adriMa vt'Aat fag_Direr c -:' ., J.fill<11 ,.'I
... waa poftpaed :to SMsrtky of Ells "'i: "'' .
:aIIiW'lunPN':: give the above report of I Third Race-Half' mile dash. ,Ba&i ready :pea u aewal> ;of tht,eewty your. K <''...:. !
permitted ., the
a; ':JWsWwing of.hofi this year promJftM temperatures.for Orlando.Pennants Star, sorrel gelding, ,entered?by 'Dr? 'papers, ,:aad looked fsfwisi ,to an'opportenity p -; u+aaasa>cy bii9/1aeiof thiheavy reads t Fair.tUpwgnaa = 1 I
u in tUg
i. & ;;of.tiM big featares. Wienengen. Hazelthorpe, :hay mare, ta Met:W. ;W. B.ft now et Ir t ; ,
,, 'RIts. : **lfen'ew' before" notingmfft W., W.: Plummer.. ,Lou .Lanier : h ywt'all:tibe:m ai'ii jitfiu fe,I
/ ,., ''" .' bay had, ,,.. pUw. n. of, stakbc Wr *," Oil riwi3e haaw few' :
'" loan MuL i 4&lafar It ; of WJi' town. Cur- jm liMkfiMt *
'-'" ff in PB mlyt<'* Ivrnalni your mare, W. W. ,Plommer.. :Lewis ;&, ......ei:.,.si are ... the \
. .-< --x ,aD; '01"r.-And. a0. next postoffice.. ., ,bay,.gelding, E.. F., 'f W .Mtfe'Mi .t .. hdJs iii i 0
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: .The\ :'"last. time,-" the American, army I II' The:e Parcels Post

'' 'fcymdaed Mexican territory ,was_',durg -1 ,., BARGAINS I BARGAINS I !

'$ ,the war of 184648., The Amen. "
e '3u> ,troops engaged in the gar numieted IS A',,GREAT HELP',TO THE PEOPLE..
r } : regulars -. SO IS
21,509 ; and 229027 volunteers.
'4: -The total number of,Americans ::0- \ .We take pleasure in announcing to Ladies and Childrens Ready to
2c 'killed and wounded'was estimattd. \ Store the people' Orlando and vicinity wear hats from 50c up.
: Ir- Department
.:at 5,500.. War :was formally, de- \ -' that our line of Spring and Summer Ladies Rain Coats, Regular $d.OO
)sUred'on May 13,1846,and the treaty Merchandise, which is arriving daily kind,. now 298. Childrens RainProof

', ifipeace was,signed on February 2, such as Dry Goods, Clothing: Shoes, Capes from $1.98 up.
184 8 at,Gu dalupe Hidalgo. Sit down and your bills, puttingall Hats, Millinery, Ready to Wear Hats, Ladies Washable Skirts all styles ,
in amount then and see us and V
*s" : one
;; This 'war'was the result of a ser. the Styles Shown are varied enough from $1.24 up.
s'of: ,outrages upon i American citi give us an opportunity to explain our up-to- '0 to suit the tastes of every one, and Ladies and Children's Coats and
os,following the recognition of the date plans for relieving your financial pains the prices ,are in keeping with e ery Suits at Surprisingly low Prices. ..

y dependence of ,Texas'by the United purchaser's idea of economy. Calicos 5c per yard. '
r States in 1837, and the later annexation THOUSANDS OF THINGS IN'THIS STORE THAT SPECIAL BARGAINS DURING French Gingham lOe per yard.

F3' \ of Texas'to,the United States,i iif YOU CAN PURCHASE',FOR LESS.MONE\bTHAN e FAIR WEEK. To accomodate the trade we give -

the face. of bitter opposition on the ELSEWHERE. WHY NOT PAY THIS STOREA Shoes for Men, Ladies, Misses and away nice china ware for premiums

jarf. of Mexico. The, ;latter' country VISIT AND PROFIT BY OUR REPU. / .I Children in all styles,and colors, high to everybody *$> trades with us. We
**s herself torn at'this time by factonal TATION FOR S UARE DEALING gj and low cut, to suit the taste of every Guarantee Satisfaction. of your mon.
; dissensions and revolutions.The %>" \ : body.. All Shoes will sell at FIFTEEN ey refunded. J
between PER CENT OFF.
trouble the two countries
.,ally culminated in the dispute over Ladies Shirt Waists and Middy Come and convice yourself. ,
[ Your Trade will be Appreciated.Ladies .
[ [ A STO [
\be boundary line of Texas. The Blouses of styles from 98c up.
Men's Straw
Ynited States claimed the Rio Grande o Dresses from 98c up. Hats from 25e up.

:is the boundary: ,while Mexico held .. Of ...., Childrens Dresses from 48c up. Men's Alpaca Coats from $1.50 up.Earner's .
ci that Texas did not: extend further .--z t".h OPPOSITE POST OFFICE .

'iputh than the Nueces.Altai r I
N!. 'half the regular army of the. Try Shopping With Us by Parcel Post. All Orders ;

h y 'UfljteJ'States was assembled at Cor-: -- ? Receive Prompt Attention 0 Now York

a;: iushjristi during 'the fall of 1845 un- I I -

fcr.Central Zachary Taylor.,, Under
'*vders from the Government, General t .
u:;- Taylor, on March 12, 1846, advanced 1 1CARTER'S. --- 0.
4 $to the disputed territory reachingie HiiiiiimmiiiiiiMMMI Bargain Store

Rio Grande, river after a march .
1 it 16 days. I

The Mexican army at this timeuunbered If You Would be Posted be a Daily Visitor to this Store -it
: at 'least 30,000 while the NEW'STORE !
''. '3cogth of'the total American Army

Ik the fall of 1845 was 7883. The In Highland Grove BARBER SHOPModern oJ "

'United,States forces consistedof, two
*rime is of dragoons, four of ar- New Fresh Stock of Staple and Complete.

11ery,-and eight,of infantry. Groceries. Our Expense is
k When General Taylor arrived at Low and our. Prices Low. Everything new, individual
i>e Rio Grande opposite the Mexican We Deliver to Any Part electric attachments at every jox
chair. No stone lias been left J MIY Y A 'A O
twn, of.. Matamoras on March 28th, of the City.o A Telephone unturned to make this shop

t: 090'men.$46, his command. He immediately comprised forti-about Order 325 will get the meet th erequirements of the It

most particular. Plenty of
4ed his, 'position and established a1ise
room. Courteous attendants.
of supply at Point Isabel The OIL AND GASOLINE
a imerjcan naval ,force was small but DELIVERED AT ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, 1o 1o t

1 ective. Several boats had 'accompanied YOUR DOORMIMimiMIMMIMIMMI Proprietor. '

: the. troops to ,the Rio Grande 1 Orange Ave, - Orlando; Fla. ." : )
,wd maintained blockade of the 1 ;

youth of that,river. Mexico had nolea Before this however llth,
on May I r I
:; force whatever., ,
President Polk sent his famous war
QQ April}24 General Arista I .1
? : who message to Congress in which'he enumerated i OMIIIMMIHIHHiltlMIndee ."
fad superceded General' Ampudia at the wrongs committed by I 'v 1\_ S !

,tamoras; crossed the Rio Grande Mexico against the United States, i ,, ,
tfahTesas,;several- miles above Gen. and ignoring Mexico's claim to the I d !
wl,Taylor's position. The latter j J
country between the Nueses and meRio :'j
leard"of" the invasion the following Grande, declared that "Mexico! '4

lay-,and dispatched a squadron of theSecond has passed the boundary of the United They : ',:II
Dragoons, under Captain b
States, has invaded our territory and!
Taornton to obtain definite, informaSon. shed American ,blood upon Amarican
In 'executing the order, Thorn 1 AreNo I
sofl." The\ formal declaration of .was :" 1
;IwVJwhQse"'guide had deserted found was issued by Congress two days later : '

.tsoself surrounded by a Mexican in 'which Mexico 'was charged with I better cigars are to be .l
'nvalry force of 500. In an attempt to the first blow. The nextthree
riking; found anywhere we'resure '1
Hardware Harness
-jt. his. way out. he,lost- one officer and months were utilized by both sidesin of than, hence we feel Agricultural Implements, Saddlery
,yght men,and he:was taken prisoner Con
raising troops. in that
no hesitancy saying ;
with the ,balance'of his command, Paints Oils Building Material Etc. j
gress authorized a call for 50,000 regardless of price, there is ,
t Jbhich i numbered. ; 46 men. GeneralBaylor and the regular army was in- not a cigar made that you I
y'' 'notified Washington that they creased to 3000. can enjoy more than

.,$rst blow had been struck] and appeal.' On ,August 19th General Taylor HAWLEY'SSTRAIGHTS :

", tO the Governor's Louisiana, ands marched upon, Monteray with 6,700 Florida "
$ for 5,000 volunteers. 1I.
men. The latter place was being and .
}' On the 30th : General, Taylor, pro- held by Gen. Ampudia with a force HAVANAS

4 Vfded-with most of,his command to of\ 10,000 men. In the meantime Santa Made in Orlando. Sold by : i :

fys&Jaabel' in.. order-' ,to complete hiswmmunicatfons. Anna, had disrupted the government all Dealers. Only cost 5 I I II
't- The small force of f Paredes and had established himself : cents

tI VlfA,he had left at Fort: 'Brown,'now ,in power. : ASK FOR I"M.
' Ifwrosville, Texas, was attacked by The American forces arrived in front 1' THEM'I

ty Mexicans,during his absence,,but of Monteray on Sept, 19th, attacked 11111111I11I1I111111111111HYHRlfHllfi SLEMONS

Vno avail. While General Taylor on,the 21st, and after three days in, .
mi returning'to' Fort Brown he en- fierce fighting the Mexican defences,. 1Q

4' ,,untered General Arista on May 8. were, taken by assault and the Mexi.1
irsta barred the road at a point jean General capitulated. He

,:iipwn as Palo Alto, with a force of permitted to march out "with, the I Our ew Sing Stoc is omine
\000 men and' te nguns. Taylor's honors of wart and an armistice of -IN- a

t>rce.wimbered 2,300 officers and men eight weeks was agreed upon_ ._ : I '
1tD guns. After a fight of four The Mexican losses at the battle f''I FEEDFOR And we will offer to you a Choice Selection of High Class .

fears Arista fell back to Resanca def Monteray was estimated at, nearly 1 I Goods. :
r i, Palma, with a loss of 252. The 1,000 the American at 488. Then I IN DRY GOODS, ALL THE STAPLE AND USEFUL .I
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rican loss was. 7 killed and 47 General Scott withdrew from General GOODS as well as FANCY SILKS, and FINE DRESS :
j;W wounded. The following day Taylof Taylor the greater part o fhis army GOODS, HOSIERY IN SILK LISLE AND COTTON, and

1e _med his march. Arista had Wn and',instructed Taylor to establish his i the Many Accessories that Women UseBargains . . . . . . "

forted by 2,000 infantry during headquarters at Monterey and; refrain I lIV ( S JOCK '
;- .4 night and for a time his artilery from further offensive operations. { . .... Six Days in Every WeekWe J

Wd the Americans at bay. But Gen t '
out of carry all the time a large stock of SHOES of the .1
-.a1 Taylor sent a squadron ;
.4r One-fourth off on all goods. Sale
whoBftde LAUBACH best makes and newest styles. KING QUALITY MEN'SSHOES. *
r -lagoons a gallant under.,charge Captain and May took 'thepM lasts until the first of March.212tf CRADDOCK ,TERRY'S.WOMEN'S SHOES .j
,together with the Mexican Gen- The Grain ;
'mi-La Vega. May lost one officerd I
men Owrck. Street, Pfeeie 188 SCHLOSS BROS.-FINE SUITS FOR MEN at $15.00,
even ,
stock of groceries was never $20.00 $25.00 and $30.00 unsurpassed for STYLE :
Their artilery captured the_ Mexias .I Our I' are !t
and varied as at present. If FIT AND ,
i: fled from the field, hotly pursued so large BALTIMORE 1
have not been in our store it is LORD BOYS SUITS WILL BE SURE
If ,the Aemricans, who took a few you L J. Mustard. I
and look
eight worth your while to come TO PLEASE YOU.
and, captured
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around, even if you do ,not buy, but I '.
The Mexicans re-, "
-of artilery.
jttces .
'j lied to Matamoras in such confus- we are sure you will see somethingthat TIE C iIl9P8IIST.

k that,many, were,drowned in cross will tempt you to buy.DICKSON .&: IVES. Manicure Pedicure, Shampoo,
)f ,the ,riv r. Arista's! losses were W. M. Slemons
: mated at J.OOO, On May 17 Aristatwutted Face and Scalp Massage '
'Matamoras,and on the fokfing Sometimes the brass bands with the Parlor over Dlckson & Ives,store

day General Taylor crossed the loudest uniforms are the hardest to corner Orange and Central !I

listen to. Avenues. r
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7 or Thic department has been arranged Atlantic Soast'Line .... 6:41 p.m. 1 n' x
.7 :(Lafti:Sunday'afternoon two niggers for'the:benefit of all visitors to' Or Seaboard Air: Line arrives :

{ 'who.. had'partaken. 'too freely of mail landobnt, especially for,those wishingto From Wildwood ......., 6:35p.m. J. "IRS"Dry
1(,;.. order., goods-'I .got 'quarrelsome, as.,niggers ,attend.the;Orange Couty Fair: It S. A. L Orlando to Lake Charm : <
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: ,do when too;full:of snake,juice, is,our purpose to publish accurate daily 11 5:00p.m.
and proceeded make'steak: of each,schedules, daily,of the arrival and de Arrives ... .........\. 8:45a.m.New .
j, other.:, 'About the time they got warmed pasture of trains, also the hour and I
'(" "up to the, job'" policemen Broom I place of public,conveyances from city 7-room house, with electric
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\( *and Adams appeared on'the'scene_and 'to the""Faif'grounds. ,lights, bath and all, modern conven Goods Notions 8hoes' [
ttrtook' them, in charge. One'man had North Bound Passenger Trains iences. Lot' 75r200. Price, 2,850.
r some bad cuts,in the back' the ,other Atlantic:Coast Line .... 10:11 a.m.i iI Terms to suit
:r 'some: slashes t in' the ,region of the I I Atlantic'Coast Line ."... 1:,35 p.m.I .\ CHADWICK & COOPER. ,
i stomach,,,and but, for the quick, action Atlantic Coast Line .u" 1231a.m., 11i a r
of the police there would be two I Atlantic' Coast Line Local i i i Phone 535, Sightler Bros., for gro-
r''. niggers less.'today in Orlando. Tampa to Sanford ,.. 8:01 p.m. '; ceries. Prompt delivery. 18 Church CLOTHING ,
) They were arrested and taken to(Seaboard Air Line,...'.. d:00a. .:l!street I t ;
I the doctors. office .for' repairs, after I South Bound Passenger Trains i --:- I
: which they, were lodged in the lock I 1 Atlantic Coast Line .... 3:05 a.m. Pope'& Cox's'Lunch Counter No. 1 Ladies' and Gent's Furnishings
: Atlantic Coast Line, Local Pine street for a good steak or something -
dottars I Sanford t. Tampa ... 8:47 a.m.i good to eat. 12tTheBestistheCheapest
1 I We carry cue of the heaviest stocks in this section of tk|State, therefore can suit you in
r black ,man's name Was tucky' and anything you want Come and see. We buy the best on the market and sell as reasonableas
. the 'yellow Chap's name was not possible. We feel% that we make money by giving you a square deal. That it is best fonts '
' 'learned. # to sell you goods at a small profit and see you often. Our goods will make your heart happy,
1- save you money and bring you back when you need more. '
! Orlando boasts a citizen who hoots I f
at the long-established fact that the 32 West Church Street
z world is round and Devolves on its
r 'axis, and says he knows to the contrary SO GET THE BEST OF 1

because he has the testimony Payne Bldg. ORLANDO F. ORIDAIIIMIIIHIIIIIIIIIIMMI
of his j>wn ,eyes that it's fiat and I ,
stationary.: On this 'Solid basis of I Paints and Wall PaperTHE
observed fact he assumes that it has .
:. four corners, although. he wouldn't I
_= swear to this. He also agrees with
:. the late Bro Jasper that "the sun 1 GRAND AND I WILL BE PLEASEDTO Star Bnployment : s I 0Fireplace
do move." Fortified with this knowledge SHOW THEM. ALL, YOU HAVE TO

:: he despises all science to the I DO ,IS TO TELEPHONE JLND I WILL Agency "I Mantels, '
:- contrary and is Just as happy as,the ,
: rest of us',who..know better. This I 1'" .I'd .your troubles to Palmer. I Tiles and Grates ,
't Orlando' citizen is living amid the s
He will get reliable help in any
{. charms of the-much boasted staple I CGEO. A. BARKER PHONE 268 '
I Fireless
line of employment Cookers '
: life in his Attitude toward science.Lakeland .-I : ; .
4. .News.Flori&hgrown. Phone 105 | 'I 4

} .bananas are ieing! I: u. _ . IMMIMIMMIIIMMIMMBarbarian's Electric Pocket o Flash Lights, t ; .

', enjoyed in Orlando, the product x>f' Complete Electric '
Plants of l
Bear),,near that.plaee.E..,, Lighting
M. Shanibarger, wbo is making a success EEEfflffll ATIBSBIAniTfflftDlIffli-
of:".the'acultivation of this fine' Any Size Installed
fruit, has found a' good market for! Oriental ArtStoreLatest !
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the. bananas ,in Orlando and is .saidj I i. __ .. __ .
,::1' to be Well jp1eaaed'with the results so Designs and Patterns .

<\ Is the Talk of the TownMOST ,
Any one having friends or relatives .. Expert! Tailoring for r I !
f visiting th m'or, if,any of oanhomef Ladies .and Gentlemen ELECTRICIAN.' }
; iki Ikave for,'a'visit elsewheee, The Progress Laundry for I ;

t Sentinel would greatly appreciate it ANYBODY: WILL LOOK SWELL WITH ONE White Folks Only MINE 43&. New lari |Mg., f kW hSI. t ht
pi if you would send the items in.Please OF'THEIR HATS. THEY WILL SATISFY Cor. Church and Court Sts.
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.SI htler Brothers foal:;grocer- PRICE :.
Eighteen cars of celery and one or k {
: lettuce were shipped from Sanford on
R'sALENewseven room resi'J ORANGE AVENUE ORLANDO, FLA. of last week and thirteen
desee Bargain if taken before& Friday more Read the Daily Sentinel "l
'lst E. H. Gore,'11 Gore,Ave. 2-18-61. cars of celery were shipped Saturday.

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' ("" -, ' : We Wish 'You a Good Tine at, the Greatest Fair in Orange
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.." ; 8VBBCKPTION lAThS entertain the
i ___- "? Orlando is prepared to largest crowd of visitors
ft SENTINEL that has ever,assembled within'her gates. Today marks the open-.
THE DAILY' of-the annual ,Orange County :Fair. .Promptly at ten o'clock ,
,b 1Canier. per week .:......... '.1' ing
t- '- .m WEEKLY',SENTINEL lando's heart is opened to the',visitors A hearty hand of hospitality You Cant Find More for

.. *r jrtar. fcj mail, postage PM.........SLftMdrcu :is outstretched and Orlando will cling to her'reputation as be- ',
x THE SWTINEL,-'Orlando Florida ing the most hospitable city in Florida, by the manner in which ,
,5 ,.Offiet 197 Court Street- Arcade_'Baildlnt the out-of-town guests.are received and treated during their stay Your : '
C*. Phone 24 here this week. Money Elsewhere

thought has been spared by the
,J. I+. .SORJHANN. MHra.. Noexpense, energy Orange . ,
-FMUU8, ,deter. County Fair,management this year, and the.always-good Orange .. 0 *
** . _ County Fair will this year be recorded as being the best in history. : ,
J Tuesday: February. 18th, 1913 The highest class attractions, the best of exhibits and in fact, ': ," NOR CAN YOU ,FIND BETTER JEWELRY '" ,.
i . i the best of everything that goes towards the making of a real exposition ,
:Only the brave-deserve'the fair. agricultural and industrial art, has been secured for THAN OURS. FOR SEVERAL YEARS THIS
I- o this year's exposition. Orange County has passed through a reas-

,';i t. All aboard for the Fair.Ground. onably favorable prosperous period since the last .exposition here HAS BEEN SO, IT IS SO TODAY, AND WILL :. .
?, * o' and favorable weather gracing Orlando this week, the attendance .
all of the of the fair should be.great. BE SO TOMORROW NEXT YEAR
if fair are attending the Fair.. during days ', : AND IN .. .
VThe, 0 No,better agricultural education is afforded than through real: ; .' ;
The Orange,County Fair is a suc- fairs such as are staged in Orlando: Farmers and other interestedin THE YEARS TO COME. .
3 ess. agriculture are becoming more and more interested in the fairs,

-- o-- for they realize'their improtance the place where one can see

.as Orlando. u 'entertaining a governor for and they profit realize by experience their importance and the success the place of others.where one The can fairs see, -

today. : the
o. too, afford a proper time for the shopping. It comes at a time of Why.Not Hare I Best and Be ure"
f the year-when the out-of-town visitors can make their purchasesfor
A'I'Booaeter'mat find a tenanlrho
..will stay for the season, just as the new stocks and styles are, put on display -

'f I of 0 With.. these many things combined, there is nothing so!' aus-; '
Our idea. an undesirable place to
looked for the of the t lr Have It
Ire in is the City! of Mexico.. picious and so much as coming Orange IflfsintkWifLiiieJeT.H.Evans
.o County',Fair. It brings to close view demonstrations of educational ,

't' 'l The:'Weekly Sentinel is a sixteen progress'made in the section represented in an agricultural way
during'the year. It points out the advantages and opportunitiesof
gage'paper, brim full of news.
one section over the other. '
% Hear 'Governor o Park Trammell at The highest.of order previals always on the well-policed Orange the Jeweler'OPPOSITE

r Q'o'clock: today at Fair Ground. County Fair Grounds. Police protection is hardly necessary, for
w !, a the'attendance at the fair is always featured by the marked absence ,
of the toughs and rowdies often found where gaiety and an
The fashion makers to find
air That's why respectable people of the POST OFFICE
of pleasure prevails. section -
f wnsiderable, trouble in getting,rid,of
s the.hobbleskirt.. come to Orlando and enjoy a pleasant, unmolested stay. -
o The Sentinel takes this>pportunity to congratulate the man- -- ,..
agement on the fine exhibits and entertaining features offered this
The greatest fair ever-held in the -
week; and, at the same time extends a hearty welcome to out- 'ffT =
Et&t.erof Florida is now in full ;
au Orlando.s swing of-town visitors everywhere,"for it feels assured that the big exposition '-
I is worthy of generous patronage. The Sentinel wishes
oWhat I visiting guests a happy stay in Orlando and to all visiting the'fairgrounds
a would
great country a pleasant and profitable time is wished.A 4o
: le if somebody could devise a plan of i i ji
,ltiliz.ingall: the,time wasted by waitiig -' 1

If we'could t' only get some of those new company in Orlando, knownas SENTINEL I or
hug fat hogs at the Fair Grounds the II the Mutal Protective Association Up to date only two people said ON' A ACCOUNT O BAD )WEATHER( I (R I Io

cost of high living :would lose all- its I has been formed with H. L. Beeman I they did not want the Daily Sen-

terrors.., ,President; C. B. Robinson, attorney, tinel. The first man liked the paper
o C. M. Gross, Guard; J. S. Schumann, but was opposed to Sunday papers. f fI

Everybody;hates the man who retorts -I Chief Agitator, and the business will We admire the ,man who regardsthe
to dirty methods. Such a man' be keeping hobo cows off the lawns Sabbath a day holy and we aim
even hates himself if he will just of the individuals constructing this to keep the day. Our steadfast desire -
atop to think.} of the individuals constituting this to keep that day holy and enjoy Our Lily White Sale I
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0 Company., the Sunday worship as do the man

>, .. ffi:an acquaintance passes you" "Big" Arthur aM Capt. Brtwn of who make the Sentinel. To this end .
without speaking it'is easy'to discover the polled force have both been inter I our presses shut down at 2 o'clockin ,

c tile reason for it. He thinks you sent viewed and say they are not, afraidof the morning. No paper is delivered .' ". !
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:- the comic valentine received. the :biggest cloven foot that ever I on Monday morning,fur the reas- _. i.t
M o wore horns, henec they are made hon on that one could not be printed without -

We do.not:claim that the mere use; ary members. Guard Gross .is a I I[ working on the Sabbath, whichwe o 0
f- tf,a Booster_ will produce prosperity.But .: "crack" marksman and has been instructed will not do. &
White Goods Laces and Embroideries
.!it is more than a coincidence that i to fire at the approaching, The second man said he was too Of i
aest propserous people are quick to rather than the retreating end of the busy to read a daily paper, and if the

1J 1 recognize' the value of these little walking delegates of, the boneyard, entinel were to publish his exact will be continued i io
ads. and if,the farmer who owns the small words and give his name he would
bunch of buzzard food south of the read that number and find time to ,
-' T --p Madero does surrender the city doesn't take notice, some valuable read each succeeding number even through Tuesday and Wednes :
Suppose I r soup bones will be furnished buz- if he had to borrow it.
the rebel forces of Mexico
office to
j.. : rard's roosi Sentinel is here to do 'good
and De La Barra becomes President Butethe day. An apportunity as
Men who spend good money and lots and not hurt, and for this reason refrains -
Win it bervta
st the: republic, how long
of it fitting up lawns and groves.tire from giving these.
there is an': uprising jeopardized in which?, lifetndproperty'is 'of the imposition of some people who That man has simply a wrong idea cheap will not be given again ;
; go right;on violating the law day in of life and its duties, or perhaps the
f\: o 'I and day out. ' charitable thing to say is that he did
Strjgge. makers of l history i 'those I not mean what h esaid for he is an in 1913. Extra Specials Every !?

MQRCBSI .Only a few months ago BASE BALL FANS IN FLORIDA intelligent man.ANOTHER .
Felix Was captured and tried by Watch Window ;
y Day.
toe'MadetVc.unta.and condemned todie. CLASH IMMINENT
The Chicago club is now in Florida ,
Less than two weeks ago a prisoner "
; awaiting execution. Today the 29 and days will,in Tampa.It go into. training for Laredo, Texas, Februray 17.-Gen- and Ask Us ,'f

Conqueror of ,Madero'and his armies. is expected that they will pass eral Francisco Naranjo, with six hun ,
o. Orlando this afternoon. dred loyal federal soldiers, is encamped .0
through o
,, ,I Do you want:to read a live', wideinrake This is the beginning of a move- at Columbia,thirty miles from hereon &.
newspaper, delivered at your ment for winter training schools in Mexican side. It is expected he

F hose or place of business every morn- Florida along the lines of athletics, will resume the march on Nueva
;-' ilk before breakfast?, If so let us field Laredo, which has been in possessionof :
and will give impetus to games.
end you the Sentinel, it,contains all the rebels since Saturday, sometime MARION B. IVES :1
--f the news of Orlando, ,Orange county tomorrow and fight is expected
Paasdena and Los Angeles, Cal.
and the,world. It only costs ten centsa with the four hundred rebels now

week. Subscribe now.o are well represented in Orlando this holding the city. . J

o week by.Professor C. Wiggins and : ,' ' '<
Any one having friends or relatives Mrs. C. P. Rodgers.Go Mr. M. M. Stewart is expecting the 3' : : i I

-f' fitting them, or if any of'our home o arrival this,week of his mother, Mrs. '.
}' fife leave for a visit,elsewhere, The to Pope & Cox's Lunch CounterNo. Duncan Stewart, and sister Miss,:Gg- 0 ::oj'-*' .f.O f."
IIIi el :would greatly ,appreciate' it nes Stewart. 1,
1 E. Pine St. for something goodto
tf yon would send the items in. Please -
k. Read Yowell's big ad.
this. eat .
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= = >,We have a broken liaeof' ',' Also wish to call your attention We have a fine line of SHOES ;

'75c,Madras Skirts'for.nea:and. ."" : o. ". " ,%eMen's .,,\ to the extra values we have of all kinds and Don't forget "BOARD-
to suit
from every
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i Boys, aid fer,Me fey aadTucs-; in Ladies Pique and Embroidery. need, and the price is as, low as MAN'S" when you want a
$2.00 to $3.00 and we will closeout Dresses. Examine them and you ,
"day, I 'witi sdi them, at 50c to will admit that you could Rot get possible with the leather market dress shirt, we sell the .

;A ,iatredBce. ... 'Jf you get ORe ' any of these that you see in the, dressmaker to make them at its present point. We have "EUPSE" Shirts, and they are

at this price, you win cone back 'the window at $1.50 Monday and for the price we ask, even if the them in all sizes from the tiniest second to none in the world at ,

f; goods were. thrown in free. Look child to the biggest foot in Or- their prices. '
for more at.the regular price. Tuesday. at them. .
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IE1. IT. Boardraans 1OS S.- Orate.g, Orlando .

Sentinel s's t t. 4 i t t i
not receive
do -
E If you your
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.t.',. WE'U by '7 o'clock promptly every
morning,telephone No. 24., flfi' TEN PER CENT OFF '
THE TUN RJ ,.' On i 1913 Ivdlodels: i '

l1 ORLANDOFLA.: Mr. J. C. Lady of Southern Penn- WAISTS, DRESS MATER. '
sylvania, is in the city for the winter '...IALS, LACES, EMBROIDER. '

i and-is i. stopping'with+ , friends on PineStreet. ; IES, NECKWEAR AND HOS -
I :ja Y Et' IERYHandkerchief '

;: Miss Gladys Magruder, who has Specials

I ,: been':visiting in Orlando has returned Mr. M. F. French, of Richfield, Readj-to-Wear and Panama '
I y to Fort Christmas. Springs, N.'Y., is in Orlando enjoying Hats S
the salubrious climate and other, i\ MISSES HAMILTON & w I tf
. ?Ir; Floral. Smith,, of Petoskey, good. things so numerous,. in this sec s DUNN '
Mich., is in the city visiting old time ;IOn. S Orlando; Florida *

}f. friends and renewing acquaintances.The S MOTORCYCLES J
'f. W. H. Foster, who knows where the :: S i t t 1 t t i i tRead .
: ,friends of Mrs.. W.. 1L ,Curry fish bite, took a small party out from Four H. P. Models $206.00 t

will regret to learn that she has.beensick Oakhurst last 'week to Barton lake the advertisements in the Sen.tineL Seven H. P. Models, $250.00 I
i for the past week and not yet and after two days of sport came

able to leave here;room., home, Friday'' evening with a catch business If houses you can mentioned not find among in, these the O. E. Eilpert: I
of sixty beauties' and were as goodas
columns an,answer to all your wants,
;: Rev Albert Cary-Elwes preached they.looked-we know. the answer can not be found in Or- ORLANDO, FLA. Agent for Orange County < i't
Sunday morning the church of the H. H. Dickson lando. These are the people who,are
Good Shepherd,:Maitland, going there Mr. Ray G. Pierce of Terre Haute, President H. H. Dickson, whose en- helping to make Orlando an inviting MiiiiitiiMHiimiiMiiimiiiiEeitiiiiiiiiiiiMiEstablished

,,.I with'Rev Mr. Rickert who has charge Ind., is spending several weeks in Or- ergy, zeal and enthusiasm have all home city. They are"your friends and

"0 ,of that church. lando. He is not here for the benefitof combined to make the preparationsfor will appreciate wour patronage and ----o -- -
]!t: his health, but because he is fond this year's Fair the most complete treat you right 3
i::: E. L. Zellwood ,
Rev. Eustis went to
fruit and good
\ of oranges grape in the history of the association,
#:; via the Seabard railway Sunday morning weather and,various other things for was seen by a Sentinel representativelas i8jo. Relerence-our Bankers.

if"' for ,service at the Episcopal which this.section,is noted.. : I tnight and asked if he could make Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles will
t church there, a large congregation at. statement to the public regardingthe entertain as their guest this week ,

f p.... tending. ,Mr. C. W, Fursell arrived in the attractions at the Fair grounds Miss Margaret Drennen. Wholesale Produce.
city Sunday evening from Atlanta, this week., '
I- Messr. T. H.:Davis T. Barr Consignments a Specialty. MEMPHIS TENli.
Geo. and after spending the night at the "The Sentinel can say this for me," FOR "
Earle ,Hartsell and Miss ,Marie Barr 0,. SALE-Sweet Potato seed of ORANGES
automobile yesterday GRAPEFRUIT VEGETABLES I
San:Juan,-left via "promptly replied the president, "We the yellow Nancy Hall ,
/ .of Greenville;'aC., motored.from Or- morning for Oakland, where he are going to have the best attended Chas. Richards, West Orlando.variety. t .,

j 't lando, Oakland ;Monday' to spend will, be a guest at the home of Mr. exposition of agricultural productsthat &, :

4 ,the "day.. -, Mather Smith for several weeks. have ever been assembled at one "

-, time in Orange County and our horse ]
Mr. and Mrs. Davis, of Boston, The Orlando Sentinel has ,made its :and motorcycle racing and other free 0 "f
c .Mass.,'arrived in town Sunday and are appearance as daily and gives promise I attractions will be superior to any J -J

visiting ,their 'uncle, :Senator Wm. of being a newsy and successful that have ever, ,been presented in Or,' '
,Goraeline of New York, at the Arcade of the best .
It one
publication. was lando. If the weather is fair, as is
Hotel weeklies in the state and the same now indicated, we ought to have the "I

L ability ought to ,be equal to the task biggest atendance, in the association's II
I Mrs. J. Ford white, and'sister, Mrs. of getting out a fine daily.-Tampa history, and I have no hesitation in '

(! :' Lev Taylor, of Tampa' arrived in Tribune saying that the exhibits and attrac-, ;

# 'o Orlando last evening and are stoppingwith tions will,be worth many times more .
.1,, their friends'Mr. and Mrs. Jessie to the visitor than the of ad-. ,
:. ; Mr. Chas. M. Davis and wife of Boston price .
'I" ', Allen at 20$0 East Church'street Mass., arrived in this city Sun I mission to be paid." SUIT GIVING SALE e
'1" 1 : day and are guests of their uncle Hon.
Mr. and Mrs. S.. 0. Chase and Mr.
t: W. Gorsline at the Arcade Hotel. It THEATERSAt
: and Mrs. Geo H. Fernald ,of Sanford is their first visit to the Sunny South

t , were in Orlando, yesterday. for!I and all are very much elated over the Lucerne last night some of Cont0'YOWftUS 'T
_' : a while. They were enroute to Waco,I Orlando and its beautiful clear water the best pictures ever shown in Or-
where. Mr: Chase has a,large orange lakes. lando were flashed on the screen. They .
ti'.' grove. were pictures fraught with grave lessons -
t _. at the Presbyterian and must have touched the heartof
The Special Meetings
f Mr. Frank Brock and sister,Miss Church continue' with una- every thoughtful man. Especiallythose FIVE DAYS MORE a

\" Elizabeth,of Boston,who have been in bated interest The evening meetings pictures touching capital and
;;): Orlando for several months, stopping this week should be well attended.It labor, and the estrangement of men .

with Mrs. Temple, left Sunday night will rest your body and mind tq from their families from too great de-

,' for _Lendrum, S. C., accompanied byfrMr spend an'hour at,these meetings each sire for wealth on one side and the
and Mrs.: Chas. Snow evening and the next days pleasureswill desire for cards and bad associationson

._ be greater to you and the burden the other. ? '

;." Mr. James Laughlin, third, who lighter. The climax was in the reformationof to the phenominal success : :
. the man of wealth, and the power OWING .
t. will be Marshal'f the'Day in the auto for good he thereafter exerted over '
l ;; parade today, requests that all polo Mrs. Gray, Miss Emma, Gray ,and his employes and even drew them the past five days selling '
Parkhill who have spent
players mounted at monument
appear ..
away from the haunts of sin and vice -
5. the' of and the past three weeks in Key West,
place assembling act asa them into the of have .
turning paths 'l we decided to continue this sale '
: escorts for the parade. leave there by boat today:for Tampa, .
usefulness and happiness.
.J ; Mrs. and Miss Gray will spend'two or
: Mr.Magruder is entiled to the sincere '
St Coats
three weeks with relatives in adding and
; s : Clerk Wanted We can use a live, Petersburg. Deaconess Parkhill expecting thanks for the bringing of such ., j,
,t :, wide-awake'experienced grocery clerk to reach her home here on great lessons before the public by ,.1
of entertainment I
t Address Box 148, Orlando. St Wednesday,,night ray ( .,
o --
Dr. Carolyn GieseFs lecture-at the

Opera House Thursday evening of this ;

week at 8:30 will be a lecture rich in Half Price
ntertainment and full to overflow ofWiim
Yen are cert tavited to attend oar e
.. lid valuable suggest- .
,' Spring Tailoring Opening s.. ,Jht object, Municipal House J ::.1.
,: .' ,. y weaning: and Sanitation, is one that J
.. ." <' held .1 ;avery resident of ,Orlando is deeply .. .
; t.:
:aterested in. Fill the house for this " -' :. W

\ >; ,':ISAAC HAMBURGER & SONS xture. The same lecture will, be : REMEMBER that out of every twenty .
'. :,,',_ ._ .' Oiven Wednesday evening at 8 o'clockin ,
; :"* .:
: / : \ Merchant Tailors i the Mount Church the colored r coats suits sold refund 4alf
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'G.t' ; \ ; or we the.rt f
..., < :... .. :; .r"" : IJI...fI people. These lectures are under 'i ,'; ., ;
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Baltimore "
: : the auspices. of r the Civic League. to the one holding the LUCKY'i? i

r Displaying the Only Line in ae' Backed By '
Senator W... M. Igou, of Eustis, is .
j. : : NUMBER. All this season's goods. t
'k -, :: Real Merchant' Tailoring among- the noted,guests, of' the Fate- .. ,
; _, . .. ;Mr.' Igon i is'a ' and ,will : "' '. .. ' ,
I :Their RepreMotatire will be:with- 'w to take measures have'two horses:in the speed contest \.f All in the newest styles at .. r 1:
r-- " ( '," ": "Ephram" with record .of 2.16", /

;. February.19 and,20th and Tom ,Riley,' with 'a record. of, '

:k 2.19H.,.'Mr.' Harry.. Kanner who has. mastered ,.- .: JPrd.6e ji.} -

RnftGS: & DhEQN:\ ,; ,the ,art of'at'.ribas.:.making. an;.attractiveshow'window .givenpartkekr : :

,,_. .. .". - ;.,, _;'; ; :;attestieo..'t4.that';: part ,of :
'f \. t '."" .. : .t his':ree*:&k week. 'He Js:adverti*i ,
1 '. j ,'tfeat'oogfet'toM ''. ,t. <, , .; :;
Speiai Bargains .
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.1. NEW' i. 1 8'S' BOOSTERS -- -
,TOT - CLASSIFIED.:_' __' Q: -- '''''- 3',......... "dI
Boosters: (classified adver-
j1 Pr.. S. L" f Baker-, IIMI'w' of ) received after '10 o'deck. 'I j f j. x< BRADSHAW | '
r K>, MkL ;will be run in the "Too Late !
wbo'havt ,
x ';..Nine> base in Florida;'reached : :"of column.five, lines, or less ap PROPOSITION f Lord &. Bradshaw f fI i' a
: .s.tuldaJ'&nd:are: : 30 mords one time, 25 ;
./' ffce city:with more 'fthlD'ordi, ; three times 50 cents; one week We wish to announce to our friends, and the public f i
and weekly editions generally
daily one ) ,
t' terest.. Mr. Baker wa in TO _ASSUME THAT YOU ARE that have
; one: ,month, $3.00. | we formed a partnership
under the '
'everal years ago, and wu"'th I | ,!
pleased with: .the prospect that i SALE-'80 acres of good land -? APPRECIATIVE OF THE VERY, l-I g above firm name, for a general _|. ; 'J I
miles of Taft 20
,in a. kept in touch with the acres : f "
way '
: .' -
and in cultivation. Good : ;
.,r ,..with.a hope- of. returning: at. Price. $30 per acre. Ad: :"t'BEST.. WE ARE"SPEcLALISTSaIN'Electrical | Real Estate and Insurance i.
0 tare date'and 'establishing a ,P..R,'care Sentinel : ,f \
:" 5 i He,has been a reader of the | .business and ail! centrally located in a ground floor I
a Sentinel Want ad and get re-
;.. !, 'the nel, editor and .has; and corresponded in'.response. to ; 1 Wireing and Gas FittingsARCADE Iii S. Orange Avenue, (formerly occupied by Hamilton & Dunn I

;,. vitation_ to come and look the SALE or rent-The best farm i in i I Millinery) where we will be pleased to meet all our old'friends. |
built I.
lando over here. He is County. Magnificent .
,fruits of all kinds .Pleasant BUILDING i and to make new ones I
.surprised ,at the progress .and good' land. ,Address Van.I .1 I
been made ;in the of .: SentineL
;:ments and extensions jn all 1 i, | Our list of city andacreage: property is surpassed by non, |
SENTINEL reaches the people .
.4 business' since his last,visit- knewn wants through | and vetae some exceptional -
your bargains. COME |
4 Mr.:Baker is one of the column. 0 AND SEE Us. ,

in a-large'Kalamazoo Ice Cream,- where and an Candy. LITTLE COTTAGE of'four i i J |I Lord & Bradshaw *,
in Highland Grove Si bdi-

: .Baker's bu'sinesa-'...... "'. -love''has- for been' Florida.. built,leads up. to S.Orlando.Sentinel.Price '$700. Easy The Little Tea Room is 117 RANGE AVE. ORLANDO), FLA. 1 i

investigate the posibihties and ,I j.--.
-A golden to., ad- =.s&KLEma!:gnamraa&iiif .gj
t priety of establishing similar J opportunity aiga
a in the Sentinel today. 105 E. Pine Street, Orlando, Fla. ....
; ,tory, in this state. After t
,down the east coast, and SALE-40' acres of fine land in '
number of cities there'as also County, near station and "AN EXCLUSI''E SHOP FOR LADIES" -
lake $500 Terms; J. B. McKay, ,
in:,the interior, he is convinced ; ,
'Orlando offers the bes location I .
c 'all:year business of.any pl ee'he -First Class Printer, ca- HAND WORK. EMBROIDERIES, STAMPED If you want }
s ::seen He will carefully 'canvas of taking faremanship. En- GOODS. ORDERS TAKEN FOR HOME-
: matter with our business men :
week. -That the Sentinel reaches. _..
' Mr.Baker is a'man of large people and is read. DAINT YREFRESHMENTS SERVED TO ORDER Free from the dust mite and for which
and. wide experience in,his lines -
..f SALE-New seven room house forSPIRELL you, command the fancy prices, uSe.-
: ,if he decides upon his enterprise rooms and bath. Modern ig all Agency i
s; Orlando, it will be of immense .. Lot 75x200. Price ,$2850 \ CORSETS \ "SULPHO-CITROL."
to ,the city 12tt't' ., Address owner care Sentinel
MRS. VAN BUSKIRK Corsetiere ..
The factory, if established I SALE 5% acres with five-room I o .
t a:wholesale business, in creams on railroad only few hundred

'candies: They would. construct stopping place. Plenty of , , If want f
- -- you
and small shrubbery Ten tc
k ern buildings and: equip :them bearing orange trees pearr : :,
latest models of, machinery for "small fruits. Good hunt

lines, and would do,here as in M fishing, and especially suite BRIGHAM & HILL To destroy the "THRIPP,"'use-
..T gajl t, (the .land of summer, who come to Florida for tb/
and like the country life witl "BLACK LEAf TOBACCO "
r bend up a..t radf Coextensive, 'with. to town. J. P. Perkins EXTRACT.
., tUtea. : o" Fla. General Delivery Our ne w1913 Almanac containing full :-. '

.[- ,' f'1plS- would mean the. [ ... NEWS AGENTS ; information sent you for three cents->
} ; ,a number of men and women; and have some very desirabk i .

'. H' much to'Orlando as-a flesirabde ; Lots overlooking Beau Orlando Stationery Souvenir and Curio Store I ____ postage.. --.--- '
to;own a home'and embark in Lake Eola, which I am now .
ness. I for sale. These lot .
., "The'' doubled in value in the las 22 WEST CHURCH STREET I
Sentinel knowing' Mr.: B E. 0. Painter. Fertilizer
to be a man of:high standing at Without a doubt I I Co.
and, his business one that does lots conveniently locat-, .HMIIMIIilHMMMMtMMMMMItHMMMMMMtMWHILE, r
i credit,to,his home:city,;bespeaks ,becoming scarce. If you I .
,him' the, kindest reception at call and see me at I VISITING THE TjJACKSONVILLE, FLA.

hands of our, business men.ct ,.....M l., t : i

Mr. Jas. 'L Giles is moving E. REINEKIN., I 1=
former residence from the 1)1TAKE: YOUR MEALS AT ,THE VM imiiiimiintMiiiiji. mil I
Jot''where, it- .has long stood, on 4
> aouth side of: Lake ,Luecerne, A.Slaughter.. G.G.Wrighl ARCADE RESTAURANT !

,,, f .t (_lot just south of his new. house, f D.WrightTHE r = I I Model Grocery
_Burke Street, and : where you are sure of getting just what you want I ,

.. 'j... . .
: handsome modern home in its R MFG. CO. --- ._
: prepared in the way you want it. jy;.. \w i iI 1'-1. ,'..-' ..i''iI
: ,Many people.consider this location! MaD fold'SoU Pipe : .
'ej7 i : 18 West Church Street
.,prettiest.of the'many desirable Fittings. Phone : _. flJ. i ,
4 .this admired I
surrounding" much and Shipping Point; I :
t'f'f .The)present:house was) ui1t; by Orlando, Fla. I'Chattanooga I MMHIIII " , IIIIIIIII""I "IIII" ',: FANCY AND STAPLED GROCERIES. NEW AND
;"",! !Birnbaum, then :a .dry-goods' '.. tod. J I I ,. FRESH '
; 'aat.hereand changed owners Tenn. Several fine residences and '
Wanted Two unencumbered ladies
;:) ;times', before:Mr. Giles decided. 1 I to do house to house canvassing. Regular -; properties Winter. Park at very. low 1 We Give Our Personal. Attention to Our Customers and i'

-'.:b wake-;-; .it his home. ti, I j work and good pay. Call on or figures. : Guarantee Satisfaction and Prompt Delivery

' .'{ ,A union depot' 'is to be erected ,,Orlando, Fla. ..t Vj 17 W. Church St. f : r" iro-". .: ,
: = Bartgw the S, A. L and A. C. -
:: by I
k G railroads, and,the 'new: station 'is I I !=, *'" SIGN PAINTING Subtler Bros., Proprietors
the '31st of for the Sentinel. Now is Jack will
::.., be completed. ,by July Funeral Director i paint. your I I
'" and Embalmer the time we need you most. sign on short notice. Goodowork.No. .tlilllllllllMMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItlllillllMlit
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r 'tio lo Pdjie'& Cte'l I Block,. Pine St. Phone 35

,. 'No.1'E. Pine St something. Subscribe for the Sentinel Subscribe for the Sentinel

'to-eat +&;'" . ,:.. .!ItI.tiI' t, ., -.I I Wanted, Clean Rags, at this Office. Subscribe for The Sentinel ,

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gfc, The Season's Most Notable'Event--Lucerne Theatre'

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,#:. .' ;r WEDNESDAY NIGHT, FEBRUARY .19TH-Special Guaranteed Attraction Playing to Capacity Everywhere

'f $; )iL. VA.G.;) DELAMATERroduce : of Clean Plays, Announces ElaboroateSenie. Production of the NEW SONG PLAY 9' '


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.1. of well-Knoan in "FRECKLES"Actors Appearing By GENE STRATTON-PORTER' author.of MA Girl' of Limberlost," and "The Harvester.", Dramatized by NEIL TOWMEY"FRECKLES" UPON,""FRECKLES" I
o .is i wonderful nature story of the Limberlost region, telling the struggles of a brave lad working against BY REPUTABLE' NEWSPAPERS

PERRY GOLDENFonnerlywith'"Just tremendous odds. It .is a play full of love, venture, tender pathos, and delightful humor, interspersed , ,
Out of College," "The Great numbers. ', -0'
throughout with oeautiful' music and tuneful song
yr i' the Goldenand Balasco's "The Girl of The play is one of sentiment, romance -
." intrigue and humor, and
'J MARIAM GASPARO Formerly '_ makes a personal appeal each
t- leading woman ,with Chauncey. Oleott 0' spectator.:-Washington, (D. Post
and Wright Lorimer. 5,000,000 Have Read the Book I know of no character in modernaywriting
: HELEN JUDSO x- with ; endowed with such aim

golDDl Otis .Skinner te"r",. M DeWolf Henry Hooper W. Savage's, "The ............... --...!.......... .._d.jiJiAO.--. "c. ,._ e New nobility York and Sun.wonderful sweetness..
f ,
attractions. .,. l) ff. makes a suitable drama

'4 .: :the with BENARD S-d1iITf JOHNSON-:""Polly Formerly' of -tfl!" flflhl- A A> fl" fill ft 1!. WItt (11I11: r'flIUTtJ' e adventure Post-Standard.sentiment, conflict, yet intense.and love Syra; of '

Y Formerly I FRECKLES is a hit and Delamater
with . : Booth, Robson and Crane, E. 1;. Derv i t : News. -
,export; Mrs. Scott-Siddons, and others' ; FRECKLES is a play for the wor13.CECILE .
YEOMANS ,Formerly Q .. d-'f.Il. Iy'and unworldly, as remarkably ap
5:: with The Wolf,". "The Family" and All of the characters of this- Famous .Book Faithfully' Reproduced,in..the play .Exactly'same;Company'HEnroute =,;c aU ;Latge.Ci.: pealing dramatic form; as proved
n : rlWiUn; H 5r5-Formerly to, Chicago for Long Hear "FRE CKL);S" Smgi "The ,Girl I .Had In Jrindt "We 'CouMa't' Get as a novel" -Philadelphia Inquirer. Ji
..J.* JAMES with ExtendedJIngagement '" 1 deserves .chief praise for i;
J ;Kyrl Beltew,:_William Gillette, and ,Along \Vithcul.the Irish" and,"I Ntve Knew" 'theThe skI1 by which every character is .
. lading' character man with the, BosL Special attention to aU mail t>r oeOderafoiUelEot&' Secure,your seat.eearly,at J-iII be:a'big' :;demsad""far"taeketsr made:,to" appear baying sped r i
: ton Theatre Stock Co.r _ . < . .,right sougama yet,Uwit :' i
.BRYCE DESMOND ;Formerly \ MUSIC ANn .SONG BY .THE. CELEBRATED 'mnsl COIII'OII&I."LAMll.... :'.$ -.... '. .strong" ,. itaeltBoss:
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r t rrt0i'Forbeitaon._. .,.._._. . .Beerbohmff ' - -, < -t-- > 1'- oat reference+ to the '. < "
"' Tree''''* *; *"-- 'SEAT SALE AT ESTES DRUGSTORE" ,,..1 0NDAVc..n : FEBIUA&Y: ITW, f:A.W,; ss .., .**i ;7O$1.5, Herald.: :

BOTHERS" WITH METROPOLITAN ; .."* ,.. .,..... . ............---.
? ,'i I", 'J-Y,, ov}..,.REPUTATIONS';" ;- :'_ ., t l. ;... __, ,' yt" A"e.' :. ':' ._ I.'ti' .':. -' 'J..i. ."' ; ;:-"" ,"/.' ,>" t. -- "; ;Oi -- ,'>-- -- ..

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In. Sunday, Morning's;.Tampa Trib-
'uae, ,appeared ,an article ,eminating O
:'from the' Citrua,,Exchange 'in which -0 '; ', 0
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'iy. C.Templelivai made to LAjq1ET ;,
say among 'o THE MARKET Li
l other 'things.: "The letter, from, the. "a, OF CLEANLINESS o 0 OF QUALITY "
''Eau-Claire firm declares:that a ship. .
'fnent of oranges :;sent them by Mr. I c.

;:[Sligh two years,ago, early in the season My Spring line of Men and 0,

J '. J and guaranteed .to be ripe and''l Boys Straw ,Hats in all the ; ;
"' ;yellow, reached them green as
f',anber.H' -- newest shapes. Nice line: of.

r. :The,letter further states, in referIf' '
! ; Panamas for
$5. My spring LEND
, that "it is ; ,
ing to this shipment,, just u0yOUR 'EAR
*;1( such,unreliable shippers as this manwhich Trouser line, is now completein j

makes' one lose' confidence in all new shades. 0Clark
the people'who are at the other end IIII J
t of the line,offering stuff for sale which 0 '
; .they know is worthless.". I. -
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? Mr. Sligh immediately sent a tele* ,._
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;ram to the Tribune enquiring if W. STRIDES IN ESTABLISHING IN ORLANDO
'; C., Temple .did'personally write that Robertson j III ; ]

r a letter, Mr. Sligh states,that he never ..- t .
' sold any fruit'to the Eau Claire Wis. .
', ,firm and 'has wired them' for explan- Successor, to Jerome Palmer & Co.iiiiMiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiitiiiiiiiiiimir. : THE P W1Y1TIIItE
ation and enquiring if they, did write ,

" such,letter. ,Mr. Silgh states that he /1", .
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retractions that damage '
will demand or 1
I /
,",':'- ;suits'will,',follow .I I.oLET"JIM" # ., VISIT Uf AND NOTE THE ABSOLUTELY SANITARY S 1

, Mr. Sligh has exhibited to us copiesof A :Y METHODS WHICH GOVERN OUR HAUDLING OF 4

: the, :telegrams sent and seems t ( .. ;
. greatly in.earnest as he can not afford I Ito DO IT A 9'' I

) rest under the accusation, 1 I :
. 0 j Meats
i and
.' the Sentinel not prepared to be'lieve .. eist Poultry Game

t that Mr. Temple would lend If have property to selll : ,I'
! himself or his name*to such questionable you .

: methods. It is to be regretted Let Jim do it. atisfactory, Accurate Service LI I 'I

t :that the two 'organizations, in this : ,

state tan not get together on single If you 'want to buy u : _
Both .
1., proposition., organizations, are "
.desirous. of ,serving the growers but Let Jim do it. L- OUR DELIVERY-PROMPT AND RAPID-MEANS YOUR -' f .......
' feeling. of antagonism has arisen PURCHASES DELIVERED WHEN YOU WANT THEM
"Vr--r: -- "* '
:: which is destroying',to a large. degree t City. and Country Properties, Farm .
,ti ,the usefulness.

||' The Sentinel entertains a high respect o Lands, Groves and Tracts, :I. I Look' Over $is List of Specialties Y

for both Mr. Sligh and Mr. Temple LOOK AT THESE BARGAINS :

and regrets their 'mix up. It is Twenty acres, 10 acres of which is in ___ .. _r\nI!- .. .
. the policy of this 'paper to give all grove, and balance of 10 acres in timber land, five-room PERFECTION ALL-PORK V"I SAUSAGE CHOICE GRAIN-'T'FED POULTRY

* parties a square deal and present,both cottage, located,three miles'price 300000. ALL VARIETIES OF CHOICE MEATS CHOICE DUCKS AND GOSLINGS ,I t
i sides of the case. Twenty-five acres, 10 acres of bearing grove, 600 SELECT OYSTERS FRESrf>FISH
Later: A, tlegram,from the Tampa trees, five-room house and barn, located on lake front,
,Tribune states that the'article was four miles from city, price $4,000.00. .

published on information furnished Thirty acres, 15 acres in grove, 1000 trees, 15 acres :
by.Mr. Temple which. was- ,taken from of fine farm and vegetable land located on lake front,
The letter ',of the Eau Claire, people four and half miles, price 500000. : ftrliLMarkelII.M.ELF&CO.

i whom Mr. Sligh states he never sold Forty acres of virgin pine timber land of fine fruit and :

I II.any&;> : 'fruit:to. vegetable land fronting on Lake Conway, four miles from : ,

city, price $2,000,00.Twentyacres ..
f PUBLIC LANDS. 'WITHDRAWN : of lake front land near city suitable for :

-' sub-division.. Price 380000. I
# Orders Issued from The General Land o.
: t Office.An Forty-five acres, five acres in bearing orange grove, . .
'J'. small house and barn, located at Conway, five mild from :
order,so. sweeping in j its pro- city, price.$1,500.00. : N 7'18 . .
; visions as to 'withdraw fully one- 2 East Pine SJ eet. ., PHONE .NO. 80 "
: Five acres with cottage near city, price $1,500.00 I
lands, in this
of the public, : Three and State, and which' will .be 'of inter i'r
near city, price $1,500.00. 0
est to every section 'of Florida, was : Twenty acres with bearing grove of 300 trees, small .
that made few days ago by the Geteral ;
: .house_ nd.bam"price $2,800.00JP .
Land, Office at Washington oi
fl)A WE1 ADR* OFFICE OVER BLUE DRUG I "lllllllllllllllllllllllttlllll' III11111111111111111111111.,1111111111111111..
The order, which is,dated February VKAIIIUnlf* STORE ORANGE AVENUE \:. .
7th, and which was received by.Register m ;
;, Henry S. Chubb and Receiver I MMIMilMiflillllMHtMIIUItttllMMIIIIIIMIHCor..
-- -
'Shields Warren, of the United- States '!' _ - _
,Land Office for Florida, the first off

this"You week,are reads_advised: ;that by order of roRlANDO BANK & COMPANY
under the President'and pursuant dated February to the provisionsof 3,1913, NBW CASH 1

the act of..Congress approved June

: .'25,.'1910, (36 Stat, 847), entitled, An Capital and Surplus and UriivMed Profits $120t<,HXMH.0)

act United,to authorize States to,make the President.withdrawals: of the of South'and Hughey Sts. Total Resewtcs over Tferee-qHarters of a Million.I .
; 0
4 public lands in certain cases was WE BUY FOR. CASH AND SELL FOR CASH. WE Report of the Condition of Orlando
amended by act of Congress approved 'OUR'EXPENSES f\ : A
Pub. No. the Bank and Trust Co., Condensed .
August 24, 1912 ( 316)
following,,described lands ,are with 0 From Report to ComptrollQ .

drawn from settlement', location, sale Our Prom No. is e?Feb. 4, 1913 I
or entry and reserved for,the publicuseJ "Vi Q
a 0
The order the withdrawalas And an Order will Have Prompt Attention, and will be < Loans and Discounts .....393161.05 '

Phosphate designates Reserve: No. 16, and in Delivered to Any Part of the City.D. Overdarfts .........$.... 193.53

counties withdraws Stocks and Bonds ....... 26,018.33 t
some every acre B. RAYBON, Proprietor ORLANDO, FLA., &t Real Estate,'Furniture and
lands for this
of the public purpose, -
although. is said that in sane instances # Fixtures ... .......... 25,853.44Cash
r the lands effected are located on hand and in Banks 215,084.83

many miles from points where phos- .1.Jcl I, I 1e lptirl 1ii1I'nsurance' '
J '
phate has. been found 660311.18 ,
Goes Through,State. II, LIABILITIES

The order withdraws, .lands in a It l Capital Stock ...........100000.00
large number of,the,counties:and.extends Surplus and Undivided
practically through the length of < Profits ... ........... 22, 32.33

the state. DeSoto, county is among : Deposits ... .. ......... 637,418.85Prfted i
::, Best Companies ..
the ones most effected. In DeSoto, on .
the ,1st of'last July. there were,left t660, lLI8
of public lands, subject >:v Lowest Rates
29,102 acres
? We invite the attention of our customers .

'to'" omestead entry,,but this order removes t
Honest Losses Promptly and friends to our statement <.
all except 180:acres. 0'.'
above and wish to assure them that
A total of acres ': :been
57,363 have
and PaidSmm
.Adjusted we appreciate their patronage and _
withdrawn, taken from the following
ask for .
a continuance of same.Don't
counties:, Alaehua, 2,820; Bradford;
225; Citrus, 740; Columbia, 200;, De. r insured. forget that'out deposits are

i, Soto, 27,422; ; Gadadea,1,595; Hamilton .
o A cordial invitation is extended to I
99; Hernando,.240;.Hillsboro. 40; I Way I visitors in our city to call and open
,Lafayette, 6,360; Lee, 4,754; Leon, 160 e, IJ
i-4. Levy, 2,560;, Liberty, 608;' Madison, I SUtes ...-,Sttte ad Cnaty........,. an account with us. t r

560; Manatee, 4,080; Pasco, 80; Polk; I Phone 172. 23 South Orange Ave. ,;0\ L
S 440 Taylor, 2,040. \I : -
2,440; Suwannee, ; L _. :00"T _
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( ' of Leon and '
Gadsden '
; In the, case, -- -- 0

Suwannee, every foot that was mmimimiimiiiiii
/ entry on the'late! last July -

f is 'included in the withdrawal, ,while UNDERTAKER ARMSTRONG IF ITS, ANYTHING IN J. B. McKAY, .

,in Lafayette, Lee,.Levy,.Manatee, olk, CONTRACTOR, AND
and Taylor a very: large. percentageof The. ARTISTIC- PICTURE. FRAMER- 'of 'Orlando Oscar,Hand., DRUGS PHONEDeLANEV BUILDER.
Superiatead All Work.
lands were withdrawn..
PINe STREeT Prices That Are an
& Son ; DRUG t4
,Inducement.All .
The Sentinel is not a new paper,but .. -
: - 'Hand Work Goaranteed.
it is'a'good-paper. Drop'around and SacceMora to EL B "COMPANY
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give, us your subscription.Subscribe ' ,
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'for The Sentinel .
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When get,through reading the
Manufacturer Artificial : you .
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The Richelieu goods.are 'the finest SOIL PIPE CONISTECTION NJSHINGSCOMEi Building. \
: ; : Sentinel, mail,.it _to, some friend or
; 'good on,the market,.'and',ire have,a ,r :-. I Stone;, Faacj Celamaa and -r .1 qua nt nce at:a distance. Very often *
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.SOCIE.TYNOTES': : .Dr." 'Thackef- and 0 Mr.-and .Mrs. Fisher i I

are 'doing great work .:m 'the' revival ,. . .. '. , .. ..,", ,,r:" ,,, ,, @, .: ';
services at the First ; 0
: Presbyter 'h' '
__ ,ThthereL( Waen ' : :. .
.i ian .Church.. Sunday three services .. I
were held. In the morning Dr. Thack-
. '
: :! II.IPIIOB njMHBig=gocarr BDITOBNiaWr. er snoke on "The Pre-Eminent Christ" .' : .. " '.: :; : -

pia Nabs Ie Residence iliBTBCUtN0TKXNotk at three o'clock he spoke to young ..' .', ;
people.and at night he spoke "Is :,. .,. .
on .
: tat the Social .
and 'feman'i, Department eaa be !lit ,
A' : oe" tstaieatsd to':the'Society Editor by either et the above telephone Mail there:;a Hell or Magnifying the Lord .. '- ,.
ia" MfeeVto the Sodetr'r..ut.oi.,'care"Sentinel Notice of soda ftmetionicatheriufK God. These services were strong .:. .'. .
'slab aeetbis':ebarel and,other item of aeeial intent aboold be presentations of the truths of the gospel 0'. 0 .
.. '\t :telephoned to thh"'departaent' ( oon at they, occur.ia order that. their Hem and '
:, : ahe kef not impaired. the great crowds that were When Elijah was hungry God sent ravens to feed him.
4 in attendance at each service, and the t
'I .. , There are no ravens in Florida to feed you r
very earnest attention given, showed
.. that these services were telling on@ e The only bird thatwill feed you is the eagle on the
; life of the people of Or ndo.
'- Unite in Erecting Monument to be Last night, the large audience was He must not only be caught, but safely housed in the

Mr,, B.' C. Abernethy, who'retire Located at Fitzgerald Georgia evidence of the deepening interest in National' Cage, wherein he lays an egg every year which
from'tae Chairmanship of the Demo Putting aside the bitter memories these meetings on the part of all'the is worth four cents, and from
,cratic County' fostered for half people. Dr. Thacker,chose as his subject -
Executive Committee a century, men and
this year has served the that women from both.sides of the Mason [ "The. Tragedy of the Century," these eggs are hatched new eagles, so that I .
which after
x capacity for fourteen years and has I r and Dixon line are sending contri* emphasizing poverty, illiteracy -
A done '.the'party; good service. He is butions for a monument to be placedat drunkenness, the ruin of "yourself and family may be sustained on

.. 'hot politician ,but;a man who understands I Fitzgerald, Georgia, to the memory Eden, and the tragedy of Calvery, he these and eagles and
showed for each indvidual the never want. .
supreme -
politics.and.has made Orange of the brave and loyal man from ,"_
,county one of'the best political organizers the north ,and south who lost ,their tragedy was condemnation for to be continued
:- in.the.state.. lives in the.fierce,struggle of 186165. not believing on the only begottenSon 'Tuesday ; :

He inaugurated, the 'white man's The design of the monument "was of God. This 'was a most impressive : : :: '. .. :/ .' J :
primaries :in Orlando executed by E. M. discourse and was in line <' : ,
which have I Viguesney, of > . sI
,been in' vogue so 'long and so satisfactorily Americus, and it is one which ,will with the clear faithful expositions 'of .; .
the word of God that this ,
'Miami much attention. frangelis "-
that, Sanford, 'Kiss- attract I
'immee and Lakeland have: adopted the I A ,Fitzgerald .newspaper, "TheUaderEnterprise" employs in his. meetings. .- 0 >
Mae plan. He was elected a delegate I in speaking of the There are no methods employed in o -i

to the National,Convention last spring I peace monument says: $ these meetings to either play on the

and went. to. the:Baltimore Conven- "At the base?)),the monument is 56 emotions or to unduly induce peopleto
tion ;where he feet while is give themselves to every kind of a
e represented the, state square, its height approximately -

',with credit o .. . 125. feet' ; It will, stand circulated the Dr. audience Thacker has cards THE fmflrS. NATIONAL l lTHE
at the intersection of,Central Avenue at the beginning BANK
p of the services and
-* COLORED PEOPLE'S EXHIBIT. and Main street, the geographical at the
conclusion he asks every one to read
--.0:' center the city. The four granite

F A feature of the Fair this year that steps leading from the ground to the with him the cards. There are simple BANK THAT STANDS FOR SAFETY OF' YOUR

!: attracts much attention and_shows the entrance of the monument typify the propositions. One is, to church mem- FUNDS, HEALTH AND FIRESIDE. OPEN

interest' taken in:the colored people J four years of waft There are four bers, asking them for a deeper con <:) YOUR ACCOUNT RIGHT NOW!
by;the,whites, is a separate building doors, ,the art glass oer each door to'earnest work.
f One is, to church memebrs resid-
for ,the exhibit of the the bearing an inscription-that on the ,
ing in the city and having their .
colored population,of this; country. I north to' the Grand Army of the Republic membership ,

4 t The exhibit is in charge of Mr. and that'on the south to the Confederate away from here to unite with -.,...
I the church 04, their denomination in 0'o ,
J. A. Veterans and those '"
Colyerand'does great credit, on the I Orlando. ; .
to 'the colored people. east, and west to the Daughters of the I --- {, -,'
I one is for the unsaved to
Sanford 1 Confederacy and accept
,colored people have a full the Woman's Relief I
'jpxhibit! in charge of Prof,;J. N: Groins Corp&r Christ as He is presented in the gospel -
:also the. Robert: Hungerford Schoolat Inside the monument there will belifesize 0; o
I Something more-than four hundred
Eaton le, has an'exhibit in chargeof statues of Jefferson Davis
rf these cards have been
,Mrs:. R. C.. CalhounOf and Abraham Lincoln facing each signed, many o -
1 1-y the 'unsaved. These cards will .
the local people[having exhibits other on opposite sides, and glass
] 18 riven to the pastors of the church. -.
,are some of the most thrifty coloredfolks. ] cases for war relics will occupy corresponding -
es where the preference is signified.
Those most active in the positions on the two oppo-
I As has been said
Mr. and, Mrs. J.; A. Colyer, Rev. A. site sides. over and over Need the Am
Money. forced
again in these meetings they are in- F S I to sell eight well
f :Manuel Mrs., Minnie'Sweet and Mrs.I "The immense bronze statues over or a e.
tended to do good to all Orlando and located lot in best localities.
Conner. I the north entrance represent Lee and Three of these jots
while held in the Presbyterian church
Considering the fact,that they have I Grant shaking hands, and behind covered with handsome
they desirous to reach of are orange trees An attractive
f people price will be
only had about; two months in, which them is the Spirit of Peace. Over the
to:'prepare for an exhibit, it is a great door on the south will be a northernand all creeds and no creed. made if sold before Saturday, February 22.
Services at 10 o'clock this ,morningand
showing. southern soldier supporting a
at 7:30 o'clock ,this evening. a Address PbO. Box 561.Kiiiiifiiiimmiimfiiiiiiimimiim .
,. United States, flag. The group _on_the
A THING OF ,BEAUTY: IS A JOY I west portrays Opportunity- o. and Progress u _ . . f
- - - - -
'FOREVER while on the east the bronze IMMANUEL CHURCH SERVICE . . .... .. ; ; :t
4 f
: t :And its.value is doubled when you statues represent Prosperity. The( -

4 can'at a price for less than usu bronze work of the monument will be The first service of the new Eman #

alNow: I executed" ,by 'the well-known sculptor, uel Baptist church was held Sunday I
is the time when such opportunities !Frank C. Hibbard, of Chicago. morning at the Grand Theater, Rev.

t abound. Spring stocks are i "The winged figure of Peace on top Frank Parker, of Massachusetts,

coming in. :Winter clothes and winter of the monument is eighteen feet in gave an interesting and helpful sermon -

:furnishings! must be sold.. heigh and she is holding aloft in one from the text, found in the 45th NotI 0 Artists

= ?XoVthe: ,merchant markes down,his hand a palm branch while in the other chapter of Isaiah, 3rd, verse, "And I D1iD I

suits,and coats, his' draperies,. linens, she has a wreath of myrtle and olive will give thee the treasures of darkness .
s< "and other household furnishings. Good leaes. and hidden riches of secret places. -

boose-keepers sense their values. ,"The,monument will be constructedof ." He was pleased, to, see so many

:.They hasten! to take advantageof granite,.bronze, and glass, and the children 0 in the audience and gave of Mendelssohn Club !
aWl to,economical living. approximate cost'will be $150,000. them a short talk before deliveringthe Auspices

Read.the.Sentinel closely and con.tantly The funds for its construction will be ,sermon.A .
every' morning 'so that you raised by contributions, and the committee business meeting was held last o

t may not miss,one of these opportuni. in. charge of, the work is now evening and it was decided not to hold

ties.In preparing launch a national camp prayer meetingthis* week, but to joinin KELLEEMAN..Famous Bass-Bar I

this way you will know where to t paign for this purpose, and supportwill the evangelic services being held

'buy, what to buy,'and when to buy to}I be forthcoming from all over the in the city. Hereafter there will bea itone of Berlin Royal Opera Co. },

best advantage., Every'advertisementf country. prayer service held each week. 0 6,

is a'message to, you from reliable. "Within a few miles of Fitzgeraldthe ' -p
merchant whose values and merchandise last scene of the war was played A HUSTLING COMPANYThe Annie-' Louise D.avid..America's

are the best Mr.' Jefferson Davis being capturednear

Irwinville, May 10, 1865.n, Phillips Manufacturing Com- .
:j 1'ANNOUNCEMENT/ pany is oneof the stirring institutionsof Oreatest Harpist I

GOLF AT COUNTRY CLUB. the city, which is doing a splendid

z. 4 I have been, asked by a number of business these days. Considerable improvements i

people if it. were my intentions of It has often been predicted that the have been made in the

.continuing as editor of the Daily Country Club and the golf links'would plant recently and a force of twentyor

;;Sentinel in connection with the weekly prove the most valuable asset Orlando more workmen representing' '

.$ ',and I feel it,my duty to give a direct has in furnishing entertainmentand weekly pay roll uP' in the hundredsis nMo

answer, which is, yes. When I wholesome receration to winter employed. Many orders are being 0

began ,as editor of the weekly' Senti- tourists and visitors, and so they :are filled, both for local demands and outside '

nel I: had no :notion of any further proving'themselves to be. And visitors trade, and the plant is always a : I

z duties at this time, in fact was averse i increasing numbers frequentthe humming hive. of industry. 4f I

.to:taking on' any additional, duties at grounds.
,this time. But the, publishing of a Wednesday afternoon there will be. AUDUBON SOCIETY TO HAVE :4 )

:: 'daily for one week;'has made a match between visitors from Canton EXHIBIT 'AT FAIR

; tions such that my duty is condi-I Ohio, and Orlando players The 'lineup -

tinue the work. will be: Mrs. Grace Vanderpool, Secretaryof

In'assuming this work for the Daily,t Orlando-Mr. Babcock, Mr. :Year- the Audubon Society spent yesterday k

I have no desire'to do hurt to.any man j by Mr. F. D. Guernsey,Mr Lattner, in the city as the guest of Mrs.

: or ,his business., I have nothing but Mr. Gedge, Louis Dolive, Dr. Stagg. A. Haden. These ladies are both enthusiastic

good'will for every man, woman and Canton-Mr. Knight, Mr. Clark, -workers for the exhibit I'i

" child in this city, This paper shall Mr. IrvinMr.. Geisler, Dr Webb, be placed by the Society in the Or

stand for; clean morals, prorressiye-t'' Mr. Wallace, Mr. .Rinkert. ange County Fair, and have appointed f
i ideas and fearless 1 various !committees to aid ,them in I

',this:we 'shall only hope to do good I WESTERN ORANGE WELL REP:. caring for the Audubon booth. ,, <' -, "'- ,

F4 to our neighbors;; RESENTED. '.' :.':; t ;, .

:J ask,the good people of Orlando:tocooperate THINK INTERVENTION NECES I i

with, me, in these efforts, Apopka, Oakland, Winter,' Garden, SARY.' I Last and best concert- of the season '
f r'.1 _am only',one' among' you who Tildenville ,and Ocoee have an' interesting Washington, D. 'C., Feb., 17.-Those I
'are interested in'a greater and better and unusuallliarge'exhibit' at claiming to have inside informationsay

,4 Orlando; Respectfullj"'- "," \ the Fair. 'that"Preslde t Taft and his cab. Prices. 75c, $1.00 ,

JOHN. F. SCHUMANN. .Among the wonders shown is a folks. 'Those active,in the work ire "

twenty-five pound turnip,.'and a monster net have, prastically decided that'intervention ;
.DOING EXCELflBNT WORK. pumpkin-weighing about 205 I in the affairs of Mexico by $1.50.HI

pounds-sO Mrs. Smith's s y&-anl the :United States ,is necessary.. 4.
[IJ&RNER( N( IUfAlfR T ( [(
'' Secretary' W.'R. O'Netilcame.; into,way there ,are' enough pies in that one It' is hinted, that Germany' insuta I. .
r 'the Sefttis l" Mee'late} last' night. look- pumpkin"for 205,.grangers. on immediati'action. '

,leg feed. and, deep,:and said that,he t .

;:;. .did:net expect many. hourrwt' ' ","t "' ,L,rag theF: ir.? t latte,until the'first of Ku h:: Florida, is at 'the San Joan:for- the r jj.A-.lif, ? i'v-.A- ';.,,: ., ", ,'; : ;,-' '' __ -;;_,;: f I'j 1 11
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> :"who'have ewa S.' E. LESHER. week, and spending as, raoch.taw : ::<1--: :' -' .' -t: s..:: :( t .'.': 1
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, ,1--, aaijatpal1tbose taat.......; .ry.' l..1.., 2-12-tf as possible with her;daughter lies fOJ ;;;

\'.:''. v JWr Aiaodftt**i June" :*:idea of theN I' -- .'-!-, ". Marian of the, Cathedral School; .; : < : ;;-: < :: ; ,1.l
:iM MMmlil. wk;and patience MiM:.UU, 'BaIley,'of Saaford, it ''"
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