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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: February 10, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00326
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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I' THE MORNING. SENTINELGREAT




MIDWINTER SUB-TROPICAL EXPOSITION FEBRUARY 17 TO 21, INCLUSIVE-COME.

Direct Service Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.


VOLUMT ONE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 19ft. NUMBER 312.


PRESIDENTRAINEOf S School H l T TRUSTEES WILL NAVE V[ SUDDEN[ DEATH AT TAVARS[ OFWI1UAM f

[ I [ MEMPHIS BANK NAMES ON TODAY'S BAllOT T. SIMS Will PRESS[ BILL FOR [EXCLUSION t ijf



--H JAILED[ ijN EMBEZZLEMENT[ CHARGE[ Plan Changed to Have by_a Opposition Blank Ballot to Is I Attack of Orlando Heart Failure Citizen Seizes While Prominent on JAPANESE[ [ AND All OTHERAS1ATICS

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OVER THREE QUARTERS ,OF lARGE ADDlnON TO BE BUILT TO II today's plan election to have for a school blank ballot trusteeswas in I at William Tavares T.at Sims 12:30, o'clock of Orlando yesterday, died FAVORITE[ THEATER\ [ IS SOLD S TO'STARIEY 'I RAKER WON'T ACQUIESCEIN

A MILLION DOLLARS IN ORLANDIIOTEL H [ I changed yesterday by the de- .afternoon from an attack of heart ( & ROBINSON N I EFFORTS OF BRYANTO
FUNDS MISSING cision of the present trustees to have failure. STIFLE IT
I I their names printed on the ballot Mr. Sims was a traveling salesmanfor
Roy G. Pierce and L. P. Dean Form along with the names of the other I I the Consolidated' Grocery com- Mr. B. E. Miller Who Has Made a
Copartnership and Secure Leaseon candidates, who were mentioned in pany, of Tampa, and covered his territory Success of the House Retires
MAKES NO ATTEMPT TO GIVE BOND Hovey BlockA {Sunday's Sentinel. I I including the adjoining coun- From Its Management SAID WILSON Will VETO Bill
I I When the trustees decided that ties, from Orlando, where he had lived
business copartnership has been there should be a blank ballot and I I|I i for many years. He left Orlando The Favorite motion picture thea-
AUDITOR SENT FROM NEW YORK formed between Messrs. Roy G. the electors would be left to vote for I Sunday evening to make his usual I ter has been sold by Mr. B.'E. Millerto OBJECTS TO LITERACY CLAUSE
BY ONE OF MERCANTILE'SCORRESPONDENTS Pierce, proprietor of the Orland hotel, whom they pleased they were not I weekly visits to these_ points, and was Messrs. Starkey & Robinson, who AND UNLESS THIS IS GREATLY -
and L. P. Dean, proprietor of the Or- aware that there would be organized in the store of one of his customers'take hold today, and will hereafter be
DIS MODIFIED HE WILL
land cafe, and hereafter cafe and ho- option: to them, according to a'' at Tavares when the fatal attack the proprietors of that popular little
COVERS DISCREPANCY tel will be conducted as one business. statement made to the Sentinel last' seized him about 10:30 o'clock yesterday theater. NOT APPROVE
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: This partnership means more thana night by Mr. LeRoy B. Giles, presi- morning. Though he was unableto This news will be received with
Memphis, Tenn., Feb. 9.-C. H. combination of the hotel and cafe, dent of the board. But since it ap- speak after he had fallen from the great interest in Orlando. Mr. Miller Special to the SentineLWashington
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Raine, president of the Mercantile !however, for the new firm has taken pears that there is to be a fight on attack he reached his hand into a i has made a success of a five-cent the. Feb. Following a
bank, which closed its doors today, I a lease of seven years on the entire them the trustees do not feel" that pocket where he carried strychnine ater in this place, and it is questionable -\conference today between the presi-
''dent Smith of South Carolina
was arrested &shortly before noon on Hovey block, and numerous changeswill they should go down without letting tablets, for he had suffered from a!l if such an enterprise has been and Senator -
the charge'pf embezzling more than be made, giving the hotel twice their friends know that they're in the I weak heart several years and carried done likewise in any town of Orlan it is the belief that the presi-
three-quarters of a million dollars its present capacity with attendant contest, and for this reason they decided the tablets, a heart stimulant, for ,do's size in Florida. Mr. Miller un-,dent will veto the immigration bill if
from the institution. His bond was improvements in the appearance and at an informal meeting yester- when needed. The movement made I derstands ,the business, and he won it comes to him with the literacy test
fixed at $250,000 which he made no appointments of the cafe and its ser- day to have ballots printed showing j by him to get the tablets was an -,strictly on the merits of his attrac-I clause.. .The impression. is that if the_.I.
attempt to meet. He is held at the names of all the candidates, as follows dication that he was conscious and tions and by using the advertising:president accepts the literacy rest at
county jail. vice.The cafe and'hotel have been doing : LeRoy B. Giles, C. E. Howard, realized the nature of the illness. A I I space that he paid for actively and I'I'I all it must be greatly modified.
.t As a result of the closing of the a prosperous business separately. Mr. A. B. Johnson, Geo. E. Nolan, George ,local' physician was called and Dr. C. I judiciously. He has made a host of I Considerable interest was shown today
Mercantile' bank today following the I Pierce has had chare of the hotel Phillips, J. W. Simmons. The names 1:D. Christ, his family physician in Or- !friends here who hope that the change in an amendment to the immigration -
discovery of the alleged defalcationof for the past three months and it has are enumerated in alphabetical orderas 'lando, was called to him. Dr. Christ in the management of the theater, bill introduced and adopted at
its president, a bench warrant been practically filled ever since he they will appear on the ballot. The I left Orlando at 11 o'clock, and found:does not mean that he will leave the;the last minute which had not been
charging embezzlement was sworn took hold.' Mr. Dean has established present board is composed of Messrs.!I the stricken man still alive when he'I town. generally understood.The .
out against Mr. Raine by Z. N. Estes, his reputation in Orlando as a compe- Giles, Johnson and Nolan, and the'reached'' Tavares, but he expired short-'I I Messrs. Starkey & Robinson are) amendment was offered by
county attorney general. The amountof tent restaurant man by the successful candidates who oppose them are ly thereafter. Dr. Christ brought the experienced in the show business and(Representative Monohan. The effectof
the alleged shortage is variously trade he has built up for the Orland Messrs. Howard, Phillips and Sim- !ibody to Orlando in his car, and the'I I promise to keep the Favorite up to j it is to put an end to the practiceby
estimated from $750,000 to $800,' 0. and the Model cafes. mons. None of the candidates madea ;[remains were given over to Under-j!!the standard which has been set by I which the railroads paid the steam
G. C. Button, state superintendent The Hovey block includes, besides formal announcement for the place,'taker Elijah Hand, and prepared for Mr. Miller. !ship companies about $1,800,000 last
if banking, arrived here today .from the hotel and cafe, the Gelett barbershop and so, far as known there has beenno shipment. The body will be taken to Mr. A. D. Hotaling, who has been I year in rebates. This money was
/Nashville and was at once appointed Quigg's pool room, Gordon's solicitation of favor for any, so it Jonesboro, Ga., for burial, and will be, operating for the Favorite, will seek'used by the steamship companies in
I( receiver: for the bank in accordance bakery, Seitler's grocery, Brigham's will be largely a matter as to whetherthe 'accompanied from Orlando by his sis-'I another position, the change in man(Europe to encourage immigration to
1 with a chancery bill filed by attor- book store, and other places of busi- present board shall' be endorsedor ter, Mrs. Maynard, who with her!agement having thrown him out. But i this country. The railroads have been
neys representing the bank's direct- ness. The changes in the hotel will not. mother, both of Jonesboro, were .visiting he will speedily connect somewhereelse 'paying the steamship companies $4a
not be made until after the present I(I Mr. Giles says the present board.is at the Sims home, and 'by for he is a good operator anda head for each alien delivered.
ors.There was little excitement in the season. The hotel has twenty-five willing to serve for another term, and i'iMr. ,Turner Evans, a close friendof young gentleman of pleasant address -I Representative Raker of California -
financial circles today over the diffi- guest rooms at present, and this capacity in view of the fact that the prelimi- Mr. Sims. It is probable that a and good deportment. a member of the immigration
culties, of the Mercantile bank. J. C. will be about doubled and aI I!nary steps for the construction of a I short service will be held at the home I I committee, announced'today that he
Ottinger, president of the Memphis. downstairs lobby built in. new school building have been taken:before the body is removed for ship. SUPREME COURT IS WON I intends to press his bill for the exclusion
Clearing House association- issued a r i that the board would like to carry this I h ment on the 1:44 afternoon train. In of the Japanese and other
statement declaring, other banks work to completion, and being familiar -)this event Rev. Dr. Edw. T. Poulson, Asiatics despite the efforts of Secre-
MEXICAN[ BANDIT'S VICTIMS FOUND KNEW[ WEEK
would not be affected. with all the details could probablydo IJ pastor of the Baptist church, of which tary Bryan to stifle it. Raker says
Ten directors of the Mercantile bank it with greater ease, if not satisfaction the deceased was a member, will of- the bill will be brought up at the
today filed a petition in court charg. IN BURNED TUNNEL I II than a new board. ficiate.: If New Trial Is Denied Nothing Will meeting of the committee Thursday,
ing that the bank was insolvent as I In today's election the millage for I Mr. Sims was 45 years of age and Stand Between Condemned .and he will insist that it be consid-
the result of the alleged misappropriation Charred Remnants of Passengers and,the special tax school district will be I came to Orlando from Georgia about Man and Gallows ered.
.. of more than $750,000 by C. Wreck of Train Are Found by i I fixed for the next two years. The .:fifteen years ago. He was' active in I
Hunter'4aines! ; president of the insti- Searching Parties i levy is three mills at present; no moreI I the affairs of the town, and had Atlanta, Feb. 9.-The supreme court DEATH OF GEORGE W. MIDDLE-
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tution.In than three mills may .be assessed ;:served two terms as a member of decision thtt will mean a new trial or KAUFFMr.
the petition Raines was held Cumbre, Chihuahua, Mexico, Feb. 9. The managers for the election, which the city council. He was a member I the gallows for Leo M. Frank is expected -
solely responsible for the apparent -That every person who was on the will be held at the court house, are of that body when the aldermanic this week, and may possiblycome George W. Middlekauff died at
shortage, approximately $788,805, ill,ated passenger train sent headlong W. H. Howard, C. K. Pomeroy, J. J. ';system was succeeded by the tomorrow afternoon as soon as 5 o'clock Sunday morning at his homeon
which, it is charged, he obtained "bya into burning Cumbre tunnel last Lee, and J. P. Cawood, clerk. sion the first of the year. He commis-I the court has formally resumed its DeLaney street, south. Death was
of handling its drafts, prop- Wednesday night by Castillo's bandits I
system able public official, being keen sittings.If i due directly to convulsion brought on
erty and exchange in such a way as perished, to the number of fiftyor ception, fearless and outspoken and;j a new trial is granted, it is takenas by blood poisoning. About ten days
TUG POTOMAC THOUGHT lOST''
to deceive the directors and to concealhis more, is now certain. That the :possessed a ready wit, original out- a matter of course that a changeof previously Mr. Middlekauff stuck a
manipulations," the total amountof horrible fate allotted to the innocent : look and forcible manner of will be asked of
expres- venue on account splinter in his hand while engaged at
HAS BN[[ SIGHTED[
which it was alleged he lost in victims of the bandit's revenge was sion which made him attractive and alleged local prejudice, and that the work on the Dickson-Ives company's
speculation. The petition places the forced upon them is equally certain. I' generally popular. He was a past ex- next trial will take place in some):building. He was foreman of the
liabilities of the bank'at approximately The exploring party that yesterday Had Run Short of Coal and Was alted ruler of the Elks and a mem- other Georgia town. 'work on that contract being a car-
$2,196,894 with assets of $1,480,080.In morning succeeded in effecting an en. Unable to Make Way Out ber of Olivette Commandery Knights If a new trial is refused, nothing'penter of great experience and reputation -
published statement January 1, trance into the south end of the tun- I
a of Ice Jam Templar.The will stand between Frank and the He was 56 years of age, and
liabilities were given as $2,436,197. nel after the fire which ravaged the death of Mr. Sims was entirely gallows' but the hope of executive I is survived by his wife and three
} At that time the total deposits were interior for several' days had cooledoff Special to the SentineL without premonition. He was in his clemency on the one hand and the sons, only one of whom lived in Or.
$1,861,109, of which $344,233 were sufficiently, came upon a portionof I' Curling, N. F., Feb. 9.-The United j usual jovial mood when he left Orlando possibility of an appeal to the United lando. The remains were preparedfor
savings accounts.' The bank is capi- the wrecked and charred train. States naval tug Potomac, for news Sunday evening, his volatile States supreme court on the other. i shipment by Undertaker Elijah
talized at,$200,000 and has a surplusof They found the ghastly remnants of I have amusement for j There has been
of which appeals been sent out spirits affording a I a great deal of talk Hand, and were sent to Hagerstown,
$100,00.0. several of the victims. The greater by wireless stations along the coast,!'party. of friends who sere with him'I about the grounds and possibilities of Md., on the midnight train Sunday
Resources loans and discounts at part of the train is buried beneath I was sighted today at Bay Island five i j at the station before the train left. that course in the event the state su night being accompanied by two of
the time of the statement amountedto the; debris of the caved-in tunnel, and miles west of here. His untimely taking off will be deeply preme court denies a new trial, and'the sons.
$1,130,496; actual cash on hand was it may be weeks before the wreckage |, The tug ran short of coal and had )deplored, more emphatically since it ,many Atlanta attorneys think the case I
$424,784; sums due from other banks is cleared up and all of the bodies re-''been unable to make her way out of comes at a time when the community j j will surely take that course in the
amounted to $489,165; cash items in covered. the ice jam in the bay. The Potomac is depressed from a number of sudden event the state supreme court decisionis DR. SWOPE TO LECTURE IN
transit amounted to $137,778. These Enough has been discovered thus left Norfolk a couple of weeks ago I deaths that have occurred among its 1 against Frank. ORLANDO SCHOOLSDr.
amounts with other items balancedthe far to show that the train's company, I to assist an American fishing craft citizens during thr past fortnight. I The normal expectation is, of course,
amount given as liabilities.The mysteriously missing since Wednes- in the ice pack at Bay Island. She I Mr. Sims', immediate family is composed -j that if the present appeal is refused, Eugene Swope, state field agent
alleged discrepancy was discovered day night and at first supposed to I'had announced that she was startingfor of his wife and little son, "Bil- Frank will hang, but his attorneys for the Audubon Society, will arrivein
by a representative of a New be held as hostages by Castillo, found North Sidney last Thursday and lie," six years of age, who survive i and friends will never bow to the inevitable Orlando on February 14th, and
York correspondent of the bank who their fiery death in the recesses of was due to arrive at that port on Fri-I him. They are bowed in grief, and I until' they have exhausted every spend several days visiting the schoolsfor
was Wnt to Memphis to audit \the the Cumbre tunnel' day. When she failed to arrive on ;,are being ministered to by the count- possiilbity which the federal law the purpose of interesting the instructors
Mercantile's books when loans t.-* Rock still is falling, making exploration time wireless calls were sent out but 'less friends of the dead man. holds out to them. and children in bird protec
quested were found to be out of j>ro- dangerous. The wreckageis j'no response was received and it was t' Escorts from the Elks and Knights Frank was convicted several months tion. Dr. Swope has announced a free
portion to the amounts usually asked covered from five to ten feet deep,':feared that the tug had met disaster. i Templar will accompany the body ago in the Fulton superior court for lecture for Sunday afternoon, in the
forjat this season of the year. His with earth, an<\.the only hope of find I. j from the home on Liberty street to I the murder of Mary Phagan, a young Grand theater, and will show a number -
report to the directors yesterday ing any bodies is that they may have RAIN PREVENTS QUALIFYING the station, notices having been given girl who worked in the pencil factoryof of interesting bird pictures. Dr.
Xhich brought the situation to a cli- been reached by the flames, which is 1 ROUND 'to the members of each to assemble: which he was superintendent. Blackman, president of the Audubon
max was the first intimation that the I not probable. In the whole' distance I I t at their respective lodge rooms this I Society, will make a short address,
bank was not in a prosperous condition -: traversed today, not a particle of the Special to the Sentinel. afternoon at 12:45 for that purpose. SCHOOL EXHIBIT IS BEING PREPARED and several sacred musical numbersare
according to the directors. It is woodwork of the cars burned, was Palm Beach, Feb. 9.-Owing to J I FOR THE FAIR on the afternoon's program.
stated that President Raines'who at- found. The only recognizable body rain this morning the eighteen hole t CHARLES COMISKEY STRICKENIN !I I
tended yesterday's meeting absolvedall thus far recovered is that of Juan qualification round.for the South Florida ROME Under the direction of PrincipalW.
of the officers and directors of Fernandez, rear brakeman of the passenger championship was postponed until S. Coleman an exhibit of the BEILISS TO TAKE CHARGE OF
the bank of implication in the alleged train, who had escaped to [tomorrow. There are 106 entrants Special to the Sentinel. school work is being prepared to, be SMALL ESTATE :
shortage and tendered his personal rithin 200 feet of the north portal here. Rome, Feb. 9.-Charles Comiskey, displayed at the fair. The pupils are
estate, which he valued at $350,000, when he finally succumbed, dying ina president of the Chicago White Sox taking great interest in the exhibit, Special to the sentinel i
to the bank. sitting posture with a handkerchieftied SAVANNAH TURPENTINE baseball club now touring the world and some fine specimens will be included Cairo, Feb. 9.-Mendel BeDiss, i
about his nose and mouth, in a with the New York Giants, was taken in the exhibit which will cover whose trial and acquittal of the i
THE WEATHER vain endeavor to save himself from Savannah, Ga., Feb. 9.-Turpentine,I'seriously ill today with acute ,indigestion every phase of the school work whichcan charge of "ritual murder" at Kieff :;
being smothered by smoke and gas. nothing doing, 4812c. last sale; no while. aboard train. He was removed be displayed. Several of the attracted attention through the civil ;
Florida: Local rains Tuesday; fair It is believed that others in the sales; receipts 18. to a hotel here tonight and was j+grades are preparing also for the big ized world, arrived at Alexandria to !
The baseball!spelling match to take place during day. He plans to to Palestine :
Wednesday.And train, who were maimed or killed Rosin firm; no sales; receipts 1,225. reported improving. go
welcomed here :the fair. The county school board has shortly to take charge of a small estate -
when the passenger train hit the Quote: B and D,' 4.021-2; E, 4.071-2; tourists were by large
now it's Valentines. Curtis & wreckage of the freight, attemptedto 4.121-2; G, 4.121-2; H, 4.121-2; crowds of Americans. Wednesdaythey offered a series of prizes for this con- given him by Baron Rothschild :
i O'Neal have them in iF received the and test, which.is to be participated in by in recognition of his sufferings on behalf t '
large varieties' escape, as did Hernandez, but were II 4.15; K, 4.40; M, 5.25; N, 6.25; will be by pope
and prices to suit everybody overcome. W G, 6.40; W W, 6.80. will play a game at the stadium. pupils from other counties also. of the Jewish race.
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Opera House 'Saturday. I Keep Warm Today sut
r Daisy Leroy, the great Telepathistand .
mind reader, will be at the Orlando ,
opera house for one night only, I. MONTGOMERY MOTION'PICTURE Grand

Saturday, Feb. 14th, and no doubt : When a cold spell comes by just turn GO'S TheatreTHE
will pack the theatre to its fullest ,

L capacity. : ing a valve and lighting a match. You THEATRE BEAUTIFUL AND.FLORIDA'S FINEST PICTURE HOUSE
y A few of the wonders Miss Leroy
performs while in a state of somno- : do if have i '
lency are finding lost or misplaced can you a New Pictures Daily First Run in Orlando and Licensed
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articles, what best fit-
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ted for in life, whether you will be : The Highest Price Vaudeville Starts Touring

1 successful in your undertakings, Rezuoi' Gas G Heater t the Southern States'v '*'
lady when can you tell will you marry anything, in fact this side this I ll a aWe s r -

i'. of the grave. All you are requiredto REAL MUSIC BY A REAL ORCHESTRAThe

do is to write your name or initials r
after the question. You may do this are selling them AT COST until Greatest Photo Plays of the General Film Companyand
at home or in the theatre. Place
the paper in .your. pocket or purse our stock is gone. other Famous Feature Film CompaniesWarner
and show it to no one. Miss Leroy -

c answers all questions free of Features Incorporated, Presents The Lady of The Lake In Three Parts.
charge. In addition to the above, Sir Walter 'eautiful Poem Adapted To The Screen With An All Star Cast!
she will give her famous spiritualistic The Lady of the Lake, by Sir Walter Scott, is undoubtedly one of the best
,, seance. known bits of literature ever published. In this beautiful pictorial production of
s The Great Andrews, Magician and p : this great classic, the atmosphere of the hills of Scotland in the strenuous fight-
lAWATER[ LIGHT
Handcuff King, is one of the attrac- : & ID, ing days of the period, is perfectly carried out. The scenes throughout are exceptionally -
tions that make up the supporting beautiful, and there is action from begining to end.
company, as is also Wee Wee Elsie, Flaming Hearts, a Comedy by the Vitrograph. Featuring John Bunny, Josh
the comedy delineator of eccentric Gas Department Sadler and Hughie Mack. Three of a kind. The bashful wooer loses. The
feminine types, and Carter and Car- longing heart of the fair damsel succumbs to the vigorous love making. of his
ter, comedy sketch artists. rival.
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Children lOc PRICES Adults
performance. She acknowledges everything 20c
is done by scientific means,
p and her'one object is to give a pleas- '
ing and refined entertainment.The Continuous Performance from 3:30: to 10 P. M.

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for'immediate For Economy and
Christmas, Feb. 9.-This is and FORDS pur ,
unusually rainy season for this tme chase power of
delivery.Get your monyyRtOTYT&
of the year. i co
Preaching services were held here FOR REAL ESTATE ey, "T ry Wright Farm
Saturday and Sunday at the Baptist yours now.F. .
Tlals Our Business and Garden Seeds. in
church by Rev. E. Lee Smith. A good
: congregation was" in attendance both G. RUSH, Orlando, Florida bulk. "Motto" Quantity ,

r days.Mr.. Charlie Hatch, former resident Phone 226 and Quality.

t .of this place, now of Okeechobee, was:
visiting friends here last week. 3 Fresh Eggs 37c doz. Best Creamery Butter 39C lb.

Miss Bessie Hodges, who is princi- Sweet Milk tic qt.: Ice 400 100 Ibs., Limes 15C doz.

pal of the Chuluota school, pent; the Sweet Milk oc pint Fresh Butter Milk toe qt.
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i week-end here with her parents.Mr. Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Present" delivered by Express,

Billie Jacobs and family, Mrs. (:charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door 1.35 cash with order. \
George Jacobs and daughter, Mr. Gab .
Long, Mr. Huff, Miss Mathews and .
Miss Blackburn attended church here
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entertained last Tuesday at a sup-
per given by Mr. Nathan Savage.
Messrs. Pat Simmons, Gus Mormon- 'ORl4NDO SANK & TRUST COMPANY

j and Carl Mathews, of Maitland, were
= among the hunters here last week. A Lead Pencil or Bottle of Ink

Mrs. Claud Partin, of Apopka, is Orlando Florida.Condition .
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.here visiting relatives and recuperating Is a small investment, but a large partof
after a long and serious illness. at the close of business December 31, 1913
w Mr. George Sullivan, of Conway, the writers comfort and efficiency depends j r
was here last week looking over prop- RESOURCES

erty, with the intention of buying on having the right kind.A Loans and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $403,080.10

home here. hard scratchy pencil where a soft one Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 362.37
s Mr. Tom Hancock returned last Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26,018.33
r week from a visit to Pasco and is demanded, or a thick ink when only a fluidis Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . . . . . . 200,946.57
Tampa. Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures . . . 25,974.87
Y Mrs. Sarah Jane Wheeler returned needed, may discourage the worker and
last week from a pleasant visit to
$656,382.24
Apopka.Mr. ruin the work. We carry all grades, colors LIABILITIES

Archie Hodges left this week aad standard makes of pencils, and can fur- Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000.00
for Orlando, where he has
; accepted ink Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 35,214.86
a position. demand the best possible ,
nish on very Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 521,167.38
for any kihd of pen work. Tell your penciland
t ALL FOR THE BEST $656,382.24
.
ink troubles to the man behind the counter.

" Mrs. Henry Jason has become thoroughly Deposits on Dec. 31, 1912 . . . . . . . . . $489,971.68
r. saturated with the "advanced BRANCH Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . . . . . . $521,167.38 \
: woman" idea the last year. She has W. S. ,

read up and read up until she has Increase . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . 31,195.70 \ i
club, civic affairs and a million other The Arcade Book and Music Store
t things on the brain continually. She The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust '
has argued with Henry and exercisedher Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and
"rights" until the poor fellow itiniiiiimiM " IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM friends, and the citizens Orlando. to the above statement.
doesn't know that his life is his own. 1. The management of the Bank feels that,this showing reflects
t the conservative and methods in
progressive
The other evening Henry was late to sane employed
this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and
lodge and I asked him the reason.
strength is nowhere displayed better by bank than in health-
a
"Well, you see, he meekly replied,
'M Sacrifice rricc ful.statements to its patrons.M. .
"my wife had a club meeting tonight a I
3 and I had to 'do' the dishes and M. SMITH, President .
' straighten up the kitchen. I just W. 31. DAVIS
Vice-President C. E. NOLAN, Cashier
couldn't make it sooner." We planneda
little trip for the next afternoon, \ 0

but Henry couldn't go. "Boys," sad- ..f'.f"'ff'fff"f... ... ........... . . . .. - - - - - - - - - - -'.#.#-#-'.#.#.#.#.#.#.#.#.#.#.#.#.#.#.#.#.#.#.#.#.#.4 #,
ly said Henry, "I just can't make it.
My wife has another club meeting and Several choice lots for immediate sale. Located just WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES r-
she wouldn't miss it for a farm. I
lot off Magnolia avenue 'on Concord avenue. Im AND DO ALL KINDS OF
will just have to stay at home and one New Ratine Suitings
wait for the woman who brings us proved with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest OPTICAL REPAIRING ,
butter and then get supper." Jason
used to be well groomed and there locations in Orlando. 46 inch at $1,22

was never a button missing. New he
buys a pound of nails every week and The Price is Right Embroidered Crepes, 40 inches at
carries' his thimble in his pocket so $1.00 to $2.75
.
he can always find it. He uses a nail ." I
when he hasn't time to use the thim- DR. L H. RAMSDELL New Panamas and Outing Hats:
ble. But Hank looks pleasant and
OPTOMETRIST
it is all for the best and he is
for says it. He doesn't dare say anything (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likini) MISSES MILTON & BUM

r Star.else P. Walker, in Kansas City .Or1alio n Real' l (Estate t Co.Phone I ORLANDO, FLORIDAW. I


T. ENTRICAN,
Plans for a country club and yacht > 504 Watkins Block'MimiiiiiiiiiiiiHMHiiiiiiimniimiiiMMiiii Agents for Barclay Corsets
dub, combined to be located on Boca
to Orlando the newest and best
i Ceiga Bay, between Daytona and the of Offers workmanship in the painting and McCalTs PatternsDAISY t:
s Jungle will be discussed at a meet- decorating trade. Phone 636.1 .
ing in St. Petersburg tonight. 1-21-lm '

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NEWS NOTESFrom I HERE AND THERE t.husband's consent to run for congress, ,!!!!!! gtttfHMMMi: ::: M.M.M.M.M.M M" 'i 111 i H IMMMIMMMMMMilllll
Clothes do not make the man, nevertheless -. but he has given no assurance that 1111111111..11.111 I 11111 I 11111111.11:: 1111111.11",1.1.1'11. .
all dogs bark at tramps. ((1 he will support her.
( the Gainesville Sun) We have noticed that men do not
Man doesn't like to chew a hat
Tallahassee's annual chautauquawill ook: up to the girl who is hobbled 'j
feather and spit it out. But whatis
open on the 3rd of March. The dog is man's rlenC by day and j he to'do, when it is forced into his. BiLot Sale of Bi Lots
the cat's
neighbor's enemy by night
}mouth, and he can't swallow it? .
The orange trees and other varieties 'Alienation of affections is one "Patience is the most
in the section in and around charge that could be made against necessary
;:thing in the world," said old Confu
Pierson are beginning to bloom. the Federal league and sustained. i
i cius. He must have incubated that
Arms are to be sent from the
idea before invented.
sleep was
.
Four cottages near the Clarendon United States for the Mexican rebels. _
hotel ir\Daytona were burned to the North Dakota has a man named ATOrange
Legs are what Huerta will need s' '.
ground%,few nights ago, making a Worst who is being boomed for the
'Suspenders are coming back, it is
spectacular blaze. United States senate. But the chancesare
very said. One of the '
rare cases where| about 10 to 1 that he won't hap
style and convenience will hand
Contracts for the laying of brick go H
in hand. pen."A ParkCor.
roads in Hillsborough county were let I man in Texas is suffering from H
There may be some virtue in flesh-!
by the county commissioners Tuesdayto i hydrophobia on account of a skunk
the amount'of $260,573.08.A reducing stunts, and yet, at certain bite." It is very rare that a skunkis
i hours of the day, the street cars are'
'I driven to the necessity of biting an
public rehearsal of the Crystal crowded. !enemy.A .

! Springs orchestra was held a few Reverting once more to the subject German scientist figures that a Colonial Drive and Reel St. the ii
nights ago and the performance was' of eggs, it soon will be time for man at 60 has spent three years buttoning on

greatly enjoyed. The citizens of that sit the hens to sit; and before they can his collar. We also figure that main road to the Country Club lots ! :
town feel very proud of this new or they must lay. he has spent about six years hitchingup ;

ganization.. I A Kansas woman has obtained her his suspenders. covered with full bearing orange trees jjjj

Four million superficial feet of'
leMaMUHMIttniMMMIIiMMMIMMMMMIItttlttFOR
timber were sold recently by a Pen-
sacola timber brokerage firm to a]

Mobile ber is for firm shipment for exporters.to foreign The ports tim I SALE 1 1 Tills BEAUTY( SPOT Of ORLANDO O OIs

and calls for an outlay of $60,000. { New Two-Story Modern '

Plans have been
practically com-

pleted by the Doscher-Gardner Lumber House, one block from inside the city limits. These choice lots will be sold on EASY
Company for the erection of an

ice plant on its property in Jackson Lucerne Circle. TERMS, Wednesday, Feb. 11th to SATURDAY, Feb. 14th from 2:00:
ville. The plant will be modern in
every respect and will have a capacity to 5:00: p. m. Automobiles leave the Park at San Juan Hotel

of fifty tons of ice per day. Helen Wright, Owner from 1:00: to 2:30: p. m.. and return at 430.; Captain Norton Mill .


Sutherland The Southern has recently college received library sev-at lll 113 AMERICA STREET ; r will give away hundreds of beautiful presents at this sale. For

eral hundred!books from the libraryof I ... further information, call at office 12 W. Pine St. (opp. Grand

Leesburg the late, who Dr. Josephus was for Anderson many years of illllllllinnillllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllKXPERT' Theatre), office hours, 9 to 12 a. m., 7 to 8:30: p. m.

editor of the Florida Christian Advo- I .
cate and a pioneer of Methodism of AN :

this state. I
Sign Writer is in charge of Sign Department whose -

The United States torpedo fleet un past experience with some of the foremost of Ameri-
der Commander Evans, arrived in
ca's sign makers, assures the highest possible grade of :
Miami Monday afternoon and will re
main there for a week or ten days. work. When one modes big claims it is up to one to :
The board of trade has planned a series t NIAttAN OMAN1? !
make but these
of entertainments for "the boysin # good, claims should be weighed quite as I: L
much
blue" and they are anticipatingmuch for your sake as ours. I II
fun.

--- GE\J. BARKER I

A few nights ago a Greek letter 1I 12 West Pine Street
fraternity society was organized in :
SIGNS AND SHOW CARDS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Miami, the members all being college

graduates. A few nights ago they Let us figure on your work for Orlando's Mid-Winter ,I
,
held their first big banquet at the I .,11,111,1111111,111,111,1,111,1111111111,11111111111111111
Royal Palm. The occasion proved a I Fair. I I i i i i i i t M M 11 M t M i''Vi'i'i'i'i in in ii Ml Vi'i'i i ViVtVi VmVm Vi Vi VnViViYi 111111111111.t4 11 VuViVmMMIIItfr

t. most enjoyable one. A number of I HMIMMIMMMMtttttttMtMMHitliMlllliimiliElectrically

fine toasts were given. "IIIIIIIIIIIII""II ' '
\
-
A mail service over the Gulf, Flor- :
ida &; Alabama railroad will be in- Fresh Candies

augurated by the government in a few Equipped! .

days. The road will supply a terri- .r Butter Scotch .. . . . . . . . 20c.. lb. Peppermint Sticks . . . . . . 20c. lb.
tory from Pensacola north to Broughton Chocolate Nut .0. . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Pegnolia Crisp . . . . . .'. . . 30c. lb.
about 110 miles, and will serve Peanut Crisp . .-. . . . . . . 20c. lb. Dixie Cream . . . . . . . . 40c. Ib.
thousands of people who are not now Menthal Drops . . . . . . . . 20c. Ib. Nougat . . . . . . . . . . . .40c. Ib.

receiving daily mailThe' .- Hoarhound Drops . . . . . . 20c. lb. Walnut Cream Caramels . . . 40c. lb.

N Otis company, of Cincinnati, 4' ..r Gum Drops . . . ... . . . . . 20c. Ib.Chocolate Almonds
Ohio, will install one of its well Chocolate Cherries Chocolate Marshmallows
known Otis elevators in the new fed- Chocolate Grapes Chocolate Creams

eral building in Miami. Superintendent Two-Sixty Standard Model Chocolate Caramels Chocolate Filberts '

O'Brien who is now in charge of The SW, fmtett. .motorcreto 7 H.P. Tww vto.etnered. and many other good and fresh candies. Salted Pistachios, Almonds and Peanuts ..
the work on this building, says'that .aal Two pPIII Seta wIda Sro Electric& Batteries Head s.d.ihI.Corbia.8ro"Electric Tail Rear-Dmt Lght Electric Speedomef Si..... Ice Cream, $1.25 per gallon. Fresh Fruit, $1.40. 15c. extra for delivering any
he believes the work on the roof will w. Price ; Set Catilof lor detailed ducnptioa. quantity. Special attention paid to parties. Should be pleased to show any one
be entirely done within three weeks. through our factory. .
?: ,1 x it ;OJ _'- .... ._ .. ,

The question in St. Petersburg has lM'MOTOCYCLES HOT DRINKS SERVED '

not been settled as yet as to whetherthe 1 '
annual t FOR 1914 FRENCH DRIP COFFEE AND CREAM, 5 cents.
celebration of the anniversary ,
of the birth of George Wash- Hot Milk Cholocate- (with whipped cream) . . . . lOc.

ington will take place or not. In past 60,000 brand.new red machines will go out ,over the Indian Tomato Bouillon II. . II. . . . lOc. Hot Malted Milk . . . . . . .; . iQc.
trails during the coming year-the greatest motorcycle production Beef Bouillon . . . . . . . . . . lOc.
years the chief feature of this cele- Hot Lemonade . .. . . . . . . . .
lOc.
bration in the history of the industry. Hot Egg Malted Milk . . . . . . 15c. ,
was a parade of all the schoolchildren ,
in the Sunshine City. It They will flash forth fully armed with ".Thirty-Eight Betterments Hot Pineapple . . . . . . . . . lOc. Hot Egg Bouillon . . . . . . . . 15c.JMtayer .
would be a pity to give up this pretty for 19141"! Armed with powerful and beautiful Electrical
custom. ; Equipment! Armed with a New Standard of Value which must : Ca.nd.3r Co.
completely overturn all existing ideas of motorcycle worth. ,

Delivery of ice from Miami's new All standard Indian models for 1914 come equipped with electric 134 SOUTH ORANGE AVENUEHMMIIMimmmtttlflttiMMIIHIIiHIiMMiiiiiiHH

and fourth factory of this kind, was head light, electric tail light, two sets'high amperage storage bat
begun this week. It is the only ice teries, electric signal, Corbin Brown rear-drive speedometer. rl iHIIHMlll

plant pf the four to be located bothon You cannot folly realize the 1914 Indian without a thorough study of the 1914 1fi1I MM1MUSupreffle iMMHMIMMMMIMMIHM "' MHIIIIMMMtm.,
Indian Catalog It makes plain holt of
compelling Indian fact that all motor.
the river and
the railroad, and in
dole interested men can consider to their real profit. Send for the 1914 Indian
this position it is planned to do ta Catalog-the most interesting volume of motorcycle literature you've ever read. The AltamonteALTAMONTE
large business with' auto ml
the fishing and
The 1914 line of Indian Motocycle consists of:
yachting trade. The has
plant a capacity 4 H.P. Single Service Model...........................$200.00
of thirty tons per day. This 7 H.P. Twin Two-Twentr.Fin, Regular Model .......... 225.00 SPRINGS, FLORIDA.A .
new factory gives the Miami plantsa 7 H.P. Twin Two-Sixty, Standard Model................ 260.00 beautiful 9 mile auto ride from
total capacity of 165 tons of ice 7 H.P. Twin Light Roadster Model...............,..... 260.00 The oil that has Orlando'or A. C. L
R.R.
per 7 H.P. Twin Two Speed, Regular Model................ 215.00 ) Come out and getthe best dinner served In Interior
day. 7 H.P. Twin Two Speed, Tourist Standard Model....... 300.00 stood the supreme Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the
,H.P. Twin Hendee Special Model (with Electric Starter) 325.00 most beautiful and healthful location in Florida, on

The, Lake county school fair which Prices F.O.B. F.ctorvC. test I high ridge between two lovely lakes, 40 acres in pa>ks.

was held; in Tavares last week was R.Hilpert Agent. Orlando Fla. Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc.
,
Hotel has 500 feet broad
voted;a grand success. Nearly every -- -:THAT- piazza. All modeeh Improve-
--
school in the county had its collection ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests.
lalarar lararararar araralia
of student work, and the industrial Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet!

school at Monteverde deserves special i A SACRIFICE OFFER GOOD Gulf Gasoline
mention for its brass bed, brooms,
GEO. L BATES & SON
chairs, etc. There were also exhibits Proprietors
of fancy work. Lake county has the i Ten Hundred and fifty dollars will buy my beautiful "
[Summer Resort"The Grand Mount
.Distinction of being the first county | corner lot 70x85' feet. High and dry, close in near park Vernon, N. H. t
ih this state to have a school fair. | and lake. Also adjoining the above a brand new six 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111GIVE
| room Bungalow, with bath room and ceiled basement.
STRETCHING A POINT 1 Price, $2,200. Also adjoining, a nearly new two-story P. G. WALTON, Agt YOU A DOLLARIf IIHIIMMMMttHlttHDRS "
Not criticising anybody in particnlar fj six room cottage, including auto shed and rose house.
but it seems these chicken fanciers | lot 40x117 feet, Price 1900.00; or I will sell the whole i one bottle Davis' Sage and Sulphur .j(WM. HARPER
Hair
ark stretching a point when the, | property together for $4200.00 and allow dealers' com1 PHONES 450269tt4MMMMIimilMtMM druff or Remedy stop falling fails hair.to remove Estes Phar-dan (JOSEPHINE HARPEROSTEOPATHS

ask us|j to come to a show and Sf( a mission with terms. I mean business. No good of. macy sells and guarantees it. 7-lw
birds \fhich made the price of eggs I fer refused. | Oldest Established S
Practice In
3
60 cejlts a dozen.-Columbus Dis E. N. COY. 1tr W. T. ENTRICAN, Orlando 4
patch,: WOOD, COAL AND ICE J 19 W. Church Street, Up-Stairs
s Comer of West and Ridgewood. Painter and interior decorator. New
| Wood, $1.50 a strand Hand's ideas and old,ones, too. Phone 636. Consu tatlonand Examination -
up.
Subscribe for the Sentinel liiliiI!{] IiiIii1IiJIiiI! !IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIjllI"'IIIIIII\Ilpjrrillr llllllllllllllllli l Expert workmen employed.1211m Fceto
.
Coal Yard; phone 666. 9-31-ti IMMIMHIIIMMBIIMISTAn

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THE DAILY SIDELIGHTS one or even all of these, and still bt STATEMENT FROM CE.HOWARD a MMMMIIM ''MMCMHMMIM
supremely unhappy. Burns had the ON THE SCHOOL TRUSTEE
: South Florida Sentinel (By W. S. Branch) truth of it when he wrote: ELECTION

MORNING AND WEEKLY The ably edited Tampa Tribune advances "If happiness hae not her seat
k JOSiAH FERRIS Editor and Owner the argument that because And center in the breast, I want to make a frank statement Dickson-Ivos
the United States has paid out so We may be wise or rich or great, as to my position in the election to
s, Ida Entered. as Second at the Class poetoffice Mad Matter.at Orlando, F1or- many millions of dollars to build the But never can be blest" take place today for school trustee.I .
canal, the American coast wise ships was asked by numerous citizens
t TO ADVERTISERS: should go through toll free. Our logic Possibly not more than 20 per cent to announce as a candidate.I .
Copy for diiplay and all ether hand-ie tells us that is the very reason why of the people in Orlando followed the refused, chiefly because I did not!
adrertiiinf matt be handed in at the businei
rice of the Sentinel not later than : p. m. the big ships owned by combinations advice "Go-to-Church, Sunday," but itisqgffr care to go into another election, and
the to changes day before for publication.contract advertisint This tale;applies it iiInranable of millionaires should pay tolls the to say that close to two thou because the old trustees are my per DEPARTMENTAL STORE. '
and mil be strictly adhered to. same as the rest of the world If the sand did go and every service was so sonal friends.I .
Y 4 ships were owned by the government crowded that if any more had felt knew nothing about the newspaper
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: and doing exclusively government constrained to attend they would have announcements.I .
One Year $5.oo business, it would be a different prop been compelled to stand in the aisle was afterward told that two of
Six Months ................... 2.50
fail in the the
But to the floor All did want
osition. we see why we or sit on entry. the old trustees not Favorite
Three Months 1.25 should pay out millions of dollars to who went were uplifted and helped place and had so stated in their meet Shopping
In Advance. build the big ditch for the benefit of along on the pathway of better living ing, and that the remaining member
the rich ship owners. The govern and all who did not go were distinct agreed with them that a blank ballot
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1914.
ment has played into the hands of losers. would be submitted to the voters, so i

Invite your relatives and friends to that class of men too much already * that they could use their pleasure in PLACE

s the fair, and make yourself solid with and the election of Wilson was a distinct The lady tourists going to church the matter.I .
them for life.Wendler notice to Mr. Big Business that on SUnday morning dad in fur coats was asked if the citizens elected
o the days of special privileges was made us wonder if it was really win me on such a written ballot, whether

f seems to have distributed about to end. This is entirely outside ter, but the colored boys around the I would not serve.I .
most of the prizes among members of: of the question of the more or less corner going barefooted and coatless replied that while I would not
his own family. uncertain wording of the terms of the assured us that we were still in the announce, neither would I run away Gale of G1cdtres i
o treaty. summer land.EMPLOYE from a duty, if given me. When the
decided have the ballots
President Wilson and National trustees to
Chairman McCombs have tackled a The interrogation point paragraph AT OVERSTREETS printed over and place their names ONE AND TWO BUTTON Suede and Lisle Gloves, in
er of the Times-Union asks this thereon, I was urged to let my name
big job in reorganizing the New York HAS SEVERE INJURY
shades of white black and chamois lined and
gray ;
Democracy. poser: "Since this government here appear and have the voters decide
o after will require all immigrants to Henry Goldstein, a negro employeof the matter. Under the changed con unlined; all sizes. Regular value 65c. and ?5c.

One week from today the midwin- read at least one language, will it the Overstreet planing mill, was ditions, I agreed, with the understanding
deport all Americans who can't?" that I am in no sense a party to
' ter'fair opens in Orlando. What are badly hurt yesterday by having his Special Price 23c
you doing to make the fair bigger Probably not, but allowing that left hand caught in the machinery, a controversy.
class of ignorant men the right of necessitated the of Respectfully,
and better than ever? which amputation
16-BUTTON COTTON SUEDE GLOVES in black
franchise and denying it to intelligent several fingers. Dr. J. H. Thompson, C. E. HOWARD.If gray,

Governor Blease says he is going to women who pay hundreds of the negro physician, performed the and white; all sizes. Regular values 85c. and $1.00
'- empty the penitentiary in South Car thousands of dollars in taxes, is some operation. you are in need of something
olina. He has pardoned about a thou what of a shock to the justice and or have something to sell, put an ad. Special Price 39c16BUTTON
: sand convicts; can't have many left chivalry of which we are wont to Never put off until tomorrow any in the classified columns of the Seni
o boast thing but your worries. tinel and get results.
a a a PURE SILK GLOVES, in black/unite,
} Willis Powell is at Clearwater pre
paring to open up a sunshine factory, Printed ballots and the following list IMIIIIIIMMMoney navy, gray; all sizes. Regular value $1.25
and George Ade is playing golf at of good men and true from which to

Bellair. No wonder the west coast is select a school board, is the program Special Price 59c
brighter than the east coast of late. for today: A. B. Johnson, C. E. How
o ard, LeRoy Giles, Geo P.hillips, Geo.E. to Loan

The traffic agent of the Jacksonville Nolan, and J. W. Simmons. If you

board of trade has an obstacle can not play your favorites from that SALE OF EMBROIDERY FLOUNCINGS-25-inch, ina
bunch there is still left such first-
for a name, but he seems to be work
ing along the right lines; which means class material as Alfred Bumby, F. N. fine range of designs. Regular value 59c. and 65c.

that he's giving some excuse for the Boardman, Dr. J. C. Howell, Chas.
job he's holding down. Lartigue, Judge Warlow, Will Ham On improved city Special Price 29c
mond, Dr. Christ, and a score of others -

l The Lakeland Telegram alleges thai all vitally interested in the future
the editor of the Zolfo Springs Truth of Orlando and her school system. Get

has been in Florida but a short time. out and vote for some one. Don't property. Men's Shoes
s This will be painful news to Adams, stay at home and then 'send up a *
:
who has been loafing about over the howl after it is all over.
state for about eighty years. * Pay a visit to our new Men's Furnishing Department'twill -

o A Sacramento, California, man lost enlighten you as to that positive latest of what

F John Burroughs is soon to visit his reason, and imagined he was a will be "chic" and exclusive for the coming season.A .
: Thomas Edison at Fort Myers, and squirrel He climbed trees, scaled IHIIIIIIIII
&enry Ford, the millionaire maker of eave spouts and gathered nuts for his
the automobile which bear his name
meals. We have seen men who were
delivery to hand of the famous "Johnson & Murphy's"Shoes
is to be a member of the pa'ty. When so contrary that they must have imagined -
the party arrives it will be time for they were mules, and have occasionally A. Y. FULLER B. L. FOX : : for Men on the new English lasts, in black
the Fort Myers Press to get out another
observed women who lived and tans, guns and patents
extra. as though they thought they were THE PALMS AUTO COREO
o butterflies. There are strange work
The hearing of the regional bank ings in the human brain when reason Specialty Priced $6.30
y board will be given in Atlanta Satur is dethroned MOTOR CARS
day, when Savannah, Columbia, Jacksonville A large assortment of other makes at $4.00 to $5.00. ;

t'' and one or two other cities "How do you do today? Are you For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a FIRST CHOICE GOODS ONLY-NEWEST LATS. .j jMen's
will present their claims. But Atlanta
well and happy?" was the greeting and accessories. Have a good force
is to entertain the board at full stock of supplies
we heard given to a young lady the
the Capital City club-so the others other morning. "Oh yes, I am well of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely
well fall out
might as and very happy," was the reply, yet
guaranteed. Neckwear
his; young lady is in no sense rich
4 Tillman and McLaurin have clasped
so far as money goes and works every
hands and called the battle off after
thirteen years of not speaking. Sensible day for her living. All of which goes We have just received a shipment of the newest effects
to prove that happiness is in reality
' men are often guilty of sense something from within that manifests THE PALMS AUTO CO in Ties and Cravats, being the last word from New
less enmities. Both are old men and
itself outwardly, rather than anything York. Prices from 50c. to $1.50.
better at first but
should have known ,
that comes from external con FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.UIIIMIIIIIIIIIMHfltMr .
the kind of hard feelings brought
ditions or circumstances. One may
about by political differences in South have riches, honor, power, education, I 1101 I 11111 II 11111 '
J Carolina must be extremely malignant -

Millinery

The newspaper fraternity is em
barrassed. Ed. Lambright and Col.

Harrison, of the Tampa Tribune and We are showing a handsome assortment of New Xork's
F. Times, respectively, are applicants for
models in Tailored and Trimmed effects Panamas
the Tampa postoffice. To be entirely latest

courteous said newspaper men can't etc., recently purchased by Mr. Marion eves*

: endorse one without slighting the when on his Northern trip absolutely exclusive to
other. The best we can do is to hope Attractive Cut Glass -
I one or the other gets the job, but we II this store.
should regret to lose either from the
MAKES THE TABLE LOOK WELL AND ADDS TO ;
.
press gallery.It
o YOUR ENJOYMENT OF THE MEAL.
is said that hundreds of thou WE INVITE YOU TO COME AND SEE THE NEW ;

sands of dollars have been wasted in DESIGNS WE ARE DISPLAYING JUST NOW AND I I

New York's expenditures for hard MAKE SELECTIONS THAT WILL ADD TO THE COLLECTION Grocery BeDartlllellt r
roads, because of graft We don't
IN YOUR CHINA CLOSET OR THE PIECES I
have the kind of graft in Florida that
New York suffers from, but we have THAT DECORATE YOUR BUFFET. ,
Do not forget that the special representative of the
extortionate freight rates and trust WE FEEL SURE THAT THERE ARE A NUMBER I'
, brick. These evils should Richelieu Canning Company will be here the latter
! prices on OF ARTISTICALLY DESIGNED ARTICLES HERE ;

be attended to before our,counties begin THAT YOU WOULD LIKE TO OWN. q part of this month. Send'your name in early if you
y to spend the tax payers' money a
.
desire her to call upon you.
{ for good roads; or else a goodly per FAIREST PRICES.
centage of it will be wasted f'
f.

Here's an example of government
f: red tape and inefficiency. The inter
' state commerce commission ordered
a reduction in rates which have resulted Mail

in an increase on Florida fruits t
and vegetable shipments. Complaint
has been registered with the com
We pay postal, express and reight charges on all out-of-
mission and a representative of the
commission has visited Florida and T.H.Evans the Jeweler town orders. Make ue; of the department, its is

found this condition to exist, yet the essentially for your con enience.
commission says it can not change the
rates. What is there to. prevent the
E commission from rescinding the order OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE Ave. Oi1and

so far as these shipments are cons cape
cerned? If the commission hasn't EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

j the authority congress should immediately
1 endow it with such *mmr

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Admission 5 centsProgram
01 course, hundreds of people all over the coun i i
D ICI try eat Candy just because they like Candy just to {

satisfy that desire for something sweet--and you also "A Brand from the Burning"Nestor : on How to Obtain anT

have done the same thing many times drama."Sn9okuInS. .

If we can convince you that pure cindy i is No.6"Comedy.. U Excellent Figure J
rt T M t
healthful-is really beneficial from a food stand. "Willie's Great Scheme" : lie itiOuai is being successfully illustrated this lie Dum

point, why then you'll realize that your money is well Comedy.A : week in our Corset section, with the

rhen Candy from : aid of the
spent you buy our large assort- GREAT SALE OF BIG LOTS .

ment. The sale of Orange Park :.H MODART '

lots which started last week is to be
'\ Friday : Ill U l 1 FRONT LACED CORSET !
continued Thursday
Wednesday
I and Saturday of this week, at 2 : lie mUuii T lie e M 0 Duar 1 t
BUTT'S KANOY f KITCHEN[ I:p. m. daily. This subdivision is one she is greatly improving the appearance !

of the ,prettiest ever opened in Or- :. of many women.
II lando. Those who have not seen it I
The home of pure home-made Candies can hardly realize the condition this : The Front Laced .
tract is in. The streets are nicely .

Orange AvenueWADE laid out and graded. The entire : Modart Corsets
length of the front street which is the

direct road to the Country Club has : Jhn MD'art is not only handsome in appearance T MD art

been hardened. This, combined with : e .. but is absolutely correct in shape II e oa
the beauty of the'big row of live oaks
and perfect in workmanship. It is
and the lots covered, with full bear-
PRESIDENT always comfortable' Irom the moment -
OF BUICK AUTO
CO. ing orange trees, makes Orange Parka
VISITING ORLANDOMr. place of beauty. it is fitted.It .

TUNER Ellwood street, which parallels Reel removes all pressure from the
THE
ORLANDO, FLA. General. C. W. Nash, president of the I street, is 60 feet wide with orange back and nerves of the spine, gives
Motor company, and also I trees on each side of it. In most the fine and
president of the Buick company, of: full trees liter- UflflAflT figure poise youthful
cases bearing orange T [ TH[ M RT
Flint, Mich., accompanied by Mrs. ally cover the lots. appearance_

Mr. Geo. F. Sproner, of Boston, Nash and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. D. Mc- The Colonial Land company, who Don't neglect visiting our Cor-

Mass., is a guest at'the ,San Juan. Cutcheon, branch manager of the own Orange Park, are, carefully reserving set Section this week and become
Mrs. Minerva Olive returned last Buick Motor company of Atlanta, Ga., it for a good class of people. acquainted with the Modart and

night from a visit to Green Cove and Mr. M .G. Porter, Buick repre- Twenty-six lots were sold last week. Mrs. Gleason.2'HiR i
sentative for the state of Florida, The prices their large lots (50 to
Springs. drove into Orlando today in one of 63 feet front by 188 feet .deep) are
J. Clark, of Shelby-
Mr. and Mrs. C. the Buick six's HiMMililMMIIMtlimilllillilMOrlando's
yesterday. sold for, and the terms offered, should
Orlando for, an indefinite -
in
ville, Tenn., are left
They
Atlanta
the first part of make Orange Park a good investmentand '
visit. the week, taking it leisurely throughthe a beautiful home spot. The or- : 1..I.rOD: A ETTI1
P. Slitz and A. M.
F.
Messrs. country, as this was Mr. Nash's ange trees will pay the taxes, interest
French, of Newark, N. J., are spend- first, trip through the South and he and a good share of the purchase

ing today in Orlando. was very desirous of seeing the condi- price annually, thus making Orange

Mrs. Frank Vorse and daughter, of tions which confront the Buick cars Park a dividend paying proposition, to

Des Moines, Iowa, are in Orlando, and the Buick Motor company in this say nothing, of the enhancement in
guests at the San Juan. section. Mr. Nash has been identified value.

Mr. and Mrs. G. T. French, of Lake with the Buick Motor company ever The company have very generously tDw ll. ltWDrtA
Forrest, Ill., are among the late' arrivals since its birth, something like ten donated an ideal spot for a park on u DI
at the San Juan. years ago, and at present heads the Spring Lake with charming outlook
greatest automobile factory in the to the Club golf links.
Mr. W. E. Hitchcock, one of Day- across County
tona's representative citizens, is in world and is recognized today as one The system of selling this subdi- ,
Orlando today on business. of the best men in the business. vision appeals very pleasantly to the

Mrs. D. C. Thompson is in Plant While Mr. Cook, of the Cook Automobile better class of people. The gentle Largest Store

and is with : company, incorporated, was in manly courtesy of the agents, liberal
City on a business trip I Flint the
past summer he extendedan
discounts and terms speak for th m-
her daughter, Mrs. Harry Root. invitation for Mr. Nash to visit selves.. Capt. Miller surely is generous Quality Did It."
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Mrs. W. P. Walton, wife of the editor Orlando and take a little recreationfor in the distribution of presents and \

of the Reporter-Star, returned a few days, during the winter gives away about a hundred handsomeand
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Miss Cora May Kuder arrived last ent time, and the Cook Auto company The company has arranged for au- _
night from Tiffin, Ohio, and will ,will no doubt show him that he has tomobiles to take their guests to Or- -

spend several weeks, in this section. I had good representation in this section ange Park each day of the sale, leav- BEAUTIFULAnd
Ladies' hair dressing, massage, of the state, as the number of ing for the park at San Juan hotel healthy hair can be had by usingDavis' MllllMHIIIMIIMHMIIMMIMMMIIIHMHIMia
Hair Rem-
and Sulphur
shampoo, electric drier. Gem BarberShop Buick cars on the streets and sur- from 1 to 2 p. m.NOTICE. edy. Produces Sage that soft, fluffy effect.
1-2-tf rounding country will attest. Will remove dandruff and stop falling

Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Miller, of Philadelphia hair or your money back.; Estes L-'r esh Eggs
Miss Kathleen Mitchill of TO ELKS Pharmacy sells it. 7-lw
Apopka,
Pa., arrived in Orlando yes.

terday. ,and are stopping at the San spent Lewter the, North week-end Orange with avenue.the Misses Miss Elks are requested to assemble at Eat what you want. Special attention paid to custo

Juan.Mrs. Mitchill was a former student at the the lodge room today at 12:45 p. m. Eat all you want.
J. W. Bethel and child and Cathedral school. to escort the body of Past Exalted Take a postscript and forget it. mers'who eat
raw
For sale by all druggists. eggs.
Miss Beulah Williams, of Philadelphia -
Messrs. James P. Archer and Geo. Ruler W.; T. Sims to the station. l-T-d&w-lyr
are located at the San Juan for|T. Pierce, members of the Chicago T. PICTON WARLOW, -

some days. i I"Cubs," who are playing baseball Exalted Ruler. A FIVE-ACRE TRUCK FARM in Cheese Cheese '
Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Pierce with the Ormond team, were Orlando for rent Apply to 307
arrived.. among Pine street. 2-8-6t
East
yesterday from Altman, N. the Sentinel's callers yesterday.Some OLIVETTE COMMANDERY -

are making the San Juan their headquarters of the nobbiest Ladies' FOR RENT-Two nice light house- We have different kindsof
while they remain. Waists, just received at Boardman'sand Knights are requested to be at the keeping-rooms; close in; $16.00 per twenty

For a nice, clean shave, 'or an are being offered at $1.00, $1.25 asylum at 12:45 p. m.'today to escort month. 206 E. South St. 2-8-3t cheese. Call and them.
artistic hair cut, try the 0. K. Barber and 150. See them before buying. the body of Sir Knight W. T. Sims U see
50x150.
good lots,
.Shop, on Boone street two doors from 2-10-lt the station. FOR SALE-Two blocks
Will sell two for $600. Two :
Church street. 2-7-6t Mr. M. Levine, a plate glass manu; S. A. JOHNSON, west from Orange avenue. Inquire of .
Supervisor V. D. Pierce and wife, facturer of New York city, arrivedin Eminent Commander. ,C. B. Lamsen,\202 West Amelia Ave. :

of Altman, N. Y., old friends of Mrs. Orlando last night and expects to 2-8-6t THE SANITARY GROCERY
Geo. B. Green, are at the San Juan spend some time in this section. Mr. FREE PHOTOGRAPH OF THE I I AUTO BARGAIN :

for a few days. Levine and Mr. B. Salomon, the jovial BEST BABY I Late Studebaker roadster, perfect .
CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
Mr. Arter left yesterday for his Orange avenue dry goods merchant, 'condition, guaranteed. Original price !
home in(Cleveland, Ohio, after a visit are old friends. Mr. C. E. Howard announces that $800; for immediate sale $350. Leav-
Wm. R. Cunningham, Wil- ; 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
he will take the photograph of the ing city.
with h\s mother, Mrs. Thos. Arter, Rev. Paul L. Abernethy, of Bir- Phone. 2-10-3t ,
hotel.
lola ;
at the : hotelA prize baby in the "Better Babies" con-
,Wyoming mingham, nephew of Mrs. B. G. Aber-
test, at the midwinter fair, and
furnished house, two or three nethy, is in Orlando, and was being pre- LAKE EOLA LOTS
sent to the baby an enlarged photo- CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
furnished rooms, or unfurnished cot- piloted over town yesterday by his We will put on the market Febru-
tage is wanted by a small family. cousin, Mr. B. C. Abernethy. This is graph, without cost. ary 16th 22 lots overlooking Lake KMIIiaMltltlMiHMIMMMIIitllMHMIiillimftSpecial ..
Apply Mr. Al Meis, Y Yowell-Duck- his first visit to Orlando, and he is Eola comprising some of the mostdesiaMe
worth 2-6-3t finding much to praise and commend.Mr. Miss Jean Van Keuren and Miss building sites in Orlando.
company. H. C. McDaniel, has been =
Our agent,
Carrie Van Keuren, of St. Augustine
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Medbury and Fred R. Davis, of Fort Edward, instructed to put such prices on these
eon, Seward, of Utica, N. Y., are N. Y., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. left on Sunday for their home in the lots as will sell them. We, want our
"Ancient City after spending a weekas and they are bargains. See I
the pleased winter visitors in W. S. Coleman. This is Mr. Davis' money Wilson &
among guests at the San Juan, and delegates .H. C. McDaniel for prices.
Orlando for an indefinite sojourn.Mr. first visit to Orlando, and he shares I iToomer. 2-10-6t I
to the state conference D. A. R.
Bargains
the delight of all of his class at the' .
and Mrs. 0. F. Brockmeyer ar- 'I These ladies,attend'the national meet

riv/d last night from Indianapolis, sec-tion. ing of the D. A. R. at ContinentalHall LUTHER THE FLORISTCut

Ind, and are guests of Mr. and Mrs.i I Washington, D. C., every spring Flowers
Leonard Bumby, 707 South DeLaney. former fellow citizen, Mr. E. and are familiar with all the work of
street. W. Davis, now of Orlando, is shaking that great organization which now ROSES, VIOLETS, l-Four Passenger Cadillac $350
V' hands with his many friends in Ocala has over 105,000 names on the mem
The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist CARNATIONS, PANSIES,
today. They are talking of makingMr. bership roll They also spend sev- Hudson
,church will hold a rummage sale Fri- 1-Five Passenger $500
day and Saturday at the New Empire Davis county attorney of Orange, eral weeks of every summer at the POTTED PLANTS
to take the place of Mr. Starbuck, Chautauqua assembly at ChautauquaLake.
;' hotel 240-4t, opposite San Jutn Garage. I I who was killed in an auto accident These cars are in good shape, good

l--t Monday night and his friends up
S
tIre and Mrs. Geo. Bauschbach, of this way can guarantee he will makea WANTED -lady bookkeeper. Goad wood. -. $1.50I tires and ready to run.
Hicksville, L I., are expected this good one.-ocala Star. I
Address. Box .276, Orlando, Fla.
week for an extended visit with Dr. 2-10-lt '. I letter Wood $2 and $2.25
All the newest fabrics in spring
I Smith, Mrs. J. Bumby, Jr., and Mrs. goods, are now on sale at BOARD- Best Wood 2.50 and $2.75 San Juan Garage Co.
N. J. Merck.Hon. MAN'S "STORE OF .SATISFAC Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em

L. C. Massey returned yester- TION." 2.10itEat on Court street 12StfOSTE.OPATHY This won't last long,

day ,from Jacksonville and Tallahassee Stock up while you can. All Night ServiceAJAX

where he had been as counsel for what you want.
the railroad commission against the Eat all you want.
East Coast railway Take a postscript and forget it. Orlando Wood Yard
For sale by all dorggists. DR. J. C .HOWELL TIRES don't cost any more and are guaranteed .

When your shoes give out, don't 1.7-d&w-lyr Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo 104 W. Pine St. for five thousand miles.
forget that BOARDMAN sells a ,line '- extra charge for house treatment
B. W. KINGSIEY, Proprietor
{ of ,dependable shoes, at right prices. Warman Sells, and Fixes.Bicycles I Telephone connections

t 2-10-lt oa_ .Court ,street 12-5-ti:, Office cor. Orange and Central Ares. xr

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IIMIMMMMMMMMMIMMMMMMMMMMMIMM 4 t good for pasture or trucking pur-,'FOR RENT-Large attractive room 'IIQ"II "II'II'I""I'I "lllt
4 poses. For price, call on or address, in new bungalow. 203 Ridgewoodavenue. .
..J Miss Bernice Smith, Orlando, Fla 2-4 tf SI II'

l-30-2w 5
FOR RENT-Large, well furnished
room to persons wishing suburban
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4 FOR SALE accommodations; also 2 acres good
Five-room bungalow; three spacious truck land, close in. Good opportu-
New Arrivals piazzas; sleeping porch, and all modern nity for right person. Address "A," California Bungalows j
I improvements. 506 Lexington St. Sentinel 9-8tf

II I 1-15-lm Only one left to sell ,
MISCELLANEOUS
: Ratines Eponges Crepes Poplins Terry :
I THIRTY ACRES, high; fine round
Cloth Lawns in the latest colors. Ladies timber; cut over once; three acres WANTED-General servant Apply Fine Location. Large Lot
404 E. Central avenue. 2-10-3t
cleared and planted in orange and i
3n Home Journal Patterns at grapefruit; lake front and beautiful! WANTED-Good girl for general Built and sold four Bungalows in less j
location for a home; one mile and a house work. Call phone 549.
than three months.
quarter from Ocoee. $800. A. M. 2-10-tf
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McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT Clarke, Ocoee, Fla. 1-28-tf Good values are soon discovered.
WANTED-Permanent postion by ex-
perienced lady stenographer. Ref-
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGEForreal erences furnished if desired. Address"C
Price
estate in Orlando or close by, ," care Sentinel 2-10-3t $27501
STORE a large ice cream factory and bakery, N
with retail store, all modern equip- WANTED-Man with horse or mule Inspect No. 5 Bungalow ''today.
ment-brine freezer, cement storage who can take care of grove and live
128 S. Ave.HIIMMMMMMMMMIMMMIMIMMMMMMMMM. tanks and sales of six to eight,hun- on place. He may also care for other
Orange dred gallons per week, all sold in town groves as this one will not require I ,
where made, which is one of the best constant attention. Apply Jas.
summer towns on Lake Michigan; a Crawford, city. E.I\ FRED. B. DALE Owner
k suitable business for persons having a ,
winter business in the South. Any.\LOST-Open case gold watch, Elgin
t 1. person interested can see interior photographs -. movement, 17 jewels. Finder will
of this place, by addressin be rewarded by returning to 201 West 306 Anderson Street
}, M\J. S. Colvin, Orlando, Fla. 24tiSee f.South street. W. L. Moore. 2-4-3t
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A Yale student was fined $3 for 1 \+.

throwing a lighted cigarette on the IVANTSMUNNIMAKERS Corner WAKE UP !

stage, of a theater while a perform. ..

ance was going on. No doubt he got I It is time all housewives should begin to take notice.
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three dollars worth of fun out of itbeing Notice of Lost, Wanted. For Sale Fer : I lable on your package bears the distinct mark of
the sort of man he evidently is. lent etc, for this column got for one day, Lake and Anderson Our
PURITY.
>0c for three clip, or $1.00 for one week, for I :
I Z5! words or leu. Money must accompany I IN BUYING
the advertisement far this column, u no I :
The trouble with an annual go-to- insertions will be made on credit I 1
t StreetstlMlllllllflllltMllliiillHIIHIItMitliiltlittttt : such articles as VANILLA and LEMON Extracts, Mustard ,
church Sunday might be that it would 'r.
I : Cinnamon, Black Pepper, Red
encourage people to stay at home all FOR SALE : Cloves, Tumeric,
of the I : Pepper, Sage, Whole and Powdered Nutmeg Allspice,
the rest year. FOR SALE-If you wish to purchase
a house and lot try No. 9 East Liv- : and Ginger, you should use the same reason. and judge

A. Chicago paragrapher. thinks it ingston avenue. It is for sale. 7.6t I ment you do in buying yo fOLIVE

proper .cause lor giving thanks, thatlots FOR SALE-Three drakes and 17 OIL.
thoroughbred Indian Runner ducks. FOR SALE-The best real estate bar- WANTED-Waiter or waitress. Apply .
of do not in the least
women resemble Apply at 206 East Church street. gain in town, either for investmentor to Rest and Tea Room at once. You buy your OLIVE OIL ,from us because you knowit
I the fashion plates. So far as 2-6-3t home. For particulars, call on is Pure' Virgin Oil. This same purity applies to eVeery
t we are aware, he is the first man to owner, C. S. Hamblin, Rowland's WANTED good young girl to assist of OUR EGTRACTSwill
make note of the fact. FOR SALE-40 acres at Apopka, Grocery 2-7-6t with housework. Apply to 307 other article. A few drops
Fla., 3mile from station; good ,Broadway. 2-6-6t go as far as a teaspoonful of some other make.
for citrus fruits and trucking. Will FOR SALE
If a woman were trying to advance sacrifice at $15 per acre. (No agents.) One two-horse wagon; one two-seat WANT TO BUY an orange or grapefruit Pure Vanilla Bean Extract, 3 Oz. Bottle 25 cents.
Y her personal interest by taking ad- Address Box 733, city. 2-5-3t spring wagon; three wagon horses. grove. Address B. B., Box Pure Vanilla Bean Extract, 6 Oz. Bottle, 50 cents.
Cheap. R. E. Kelsey, Oviedo, Fla. 66. ,l-27-2w Extract 12 Oz Bottle $1.00.
,
vantage of the initiative, it would be FOR SALE-600 acres of high grade 1.31.2w Pure Vanilla Bean ,
cited far and wide, as proof that woe citrus land; 2 miles facing Orlando WANTED roomer to share room i
: men are unfit to vote because of their and Oakland brick road, 'and 21.2 FOR SALE with young man. Near St. Charles
inability to view any Question in an miles on lake shore. S. S, Griffin, Fresh Jersey cow, third calf; per- hotel Address "Roomer," 9 East -
Orlando, Fla. fectly gentle, and free milker. Can Washington street. 2-3-3t : DeLaney & AbernethyDRUGGISTS
r impersonal way. be seen at Oak Knoll farm. Fogg & .
FOR SALE-House and lot 412 East
Osteen, Altamonte Springs, Fla. FOUND-Pair of heavy gold rim :
Pine street. Best in
bargain
The coming of the bustle is predict 2-7-6t city. 1-31-tf spectacles on Lake Eola. Owner .
ed. Now watch out for the bustle of.: can have same by calling at this office ..MHIHM IIMIII llllll III Mil IIIIIIIIIII Hit
AUTO TRUCK'FOR SALE at a price FOR SALE identifying same and paying for
the !
} paragraphers you can afford to pay to own it.I Farm of twenty acres, ten acres this ad. ,128tfYOUR
311 North Orange avenue. 1-27-tf cleared, seven acres cultivated. 21.2 l'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII llllllllllllt
Sy "Take a basin of water, place yourfinger miles west of Taft P. 0., near Lake SUIT WANTS PRESSING.Just .
FOR, SALE-Late model Studebaker 448 for the Arcade
Davis. Good wire fence on three ring Press-
in it for twenty-five, or thirty
HomeseekersATTENTION
two-passenger automobile, in per- sides. Small new house and well ing Club. The boy will call Club Real Estate Agents, Investors and
seconds, then take .it out and look at fect condition. Less than half price. About 15,000 feet of saw timber. rate, 8 pieces $1. Ladies' work a spe-
f the hole that is life. The size of that Leaving City. Willola hotel 2-7-2t Land all dry and suitable for truck- cialty. 1-10-lm !
1 i, hole represents about the impression ing or citrus fruit. Am too old to
that advice'makes on a young man's FOR SALE_OR KENT-With stock work it and will sell at a bargain. LOST-Gold crescent set with pearls, : I offer for $1,900 two-story, six-room cottage, with
and
I' tools best farm in
county; va- Owner, Box 137, Taft Fla.l12lmd&w yesterday, somewhere between 413 West street nurth.
house and shed. .Located at 307 ,
mind, said an old farmer of his boys, riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- S. Main street and Windermere hotel rose
within the hearing of the Edmond to-date buildings, etc. Box 144, Or- Finder leave at Miss McKee's at 413 : Close in; near park aid Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also
New Leaf. "From 16 to 20 years, lando, J. Van Buskirk. 12-21-tf S. Main and receive liberal reward. 4 six-room bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special
FORREN1EIGHTROOM 2-7-3t. ; and bath facilities. Large, roomy base
room
they knew much more than I did; atM FARM LAND 4 heating
25 they knew as much; at 30 they 120 acres, near Orlando, must be TEN YEARS IN ORLANDO ment, wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or'
t were willing to listen to what I had sold. Make me an offer. C. D. Chad- furnlsned house; gas Chiropodist for both men and wo furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery.
to at 35 they asked advice, wick, 19 W. Church St., Orlando, Fla. and electric lights. 205 E. Robinson men. Manicure, pedicure, face and I House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These
say; my avenue, on Lake Eola. 12-23-tf
2-6-6t scalp massage. Feet a specialty. L. : the with house between. I
lots connect at corners, rose
k and I think when they get to be 40
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FOR RENT-Furnished with J. Mustard, 117 Orange avenue, over commission.
allow dealer's
rooms whole for and
.r offer the $3,809
they will acknowledge the old man FOR SALE of Curtis & O'Neal's store. 2-6-lm
privilege light housekeeping.Best
does know something. Six hundred acres timber land, and location on Lake Eola. 217 Open to all.
ten acre orange grove, with two milesof Robinson Ave., East. 2.73t AGRICULTURAL blasting, ditching, .
lake shore, near Winter Garden, Bubsoiling, tree planting, stump E. 1ST. COY
.; Take your repairing to Warman on one of the greatest trucking and 1 WANTED-To buy a 12 or 15 H. P. blowing, orchard renovating; land 'l
i Court street 12-5-tf J Ji I citrus centers of Florida. The orange steam engine, mounted, and a small cleared ready for the plow. Dynamiteand 307 West St, Norih.Orlando
'crop will pay\interest on the whole portable saw mill, at once. Address supplies. Estimates cheerfully ;
!
i investment. Terms. S. S. Griffin,:a J. Tyner, 312 W. Church street. furnished. L N. Lewis,.406 East St,
Sentinel want ads. are read. \owner, Orlando, Fla. 2-5: 2-7-3t :Orlando, Fla. 1-6-lm I 11I111111111111111111111111111I111111111111111111111I
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If you were given the-power to see Shop. 1-2-tf "
and converse with any person in the is the
farmers who make living
history of the world, whom would you without ,
doing any farming who seem
choose? I to get the most credit at the banks. ; W.M.SLEMONSNew
Would you ask to talk with the Cooper Atha .
shade of Cleopatra, or of Napoleon,j.I
It is the common belief of men that 114 South Orange Avenue.
or of Moses, or of your own great-
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great-grandfather of whose exploitsyou
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have heard from your good grandmother ages.A Members of the Real Estate Goods
for lo ,these many years? Exchange. I Arriving Daily
And what would you ask, in the man will criticise or make fun of
precious moments qf converse with a woman, yet if some, person insults We offer the following bargainsfor
the celebrity you chose? What secrets her will risk his lire\n pounding the this week:
have you long wished unfolded? head of the offender. tIt Five acre tract near town; good I
These questions were asked the other citrus land. $50 per acre. \

night in a crowd of men and women is always well to pause and pon- Ten acre corner on hard road We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
and the dispute that ensued der what may be at the end of the near city limits. Big bargain.
made things lively until midnight. race. Choice location for home and made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.Boys' .
Try it yourself, some time, when topics grove. 1000.
Five 230 Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand., Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
of conversation run low.Cleveland acre grove; grapefruitand _
Press. orange trees seven years Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. CIa in & Co. ..
Dr. BucKmaster old; choice budded fruit. $2,200.
RANDOM SHOTS. Full bearing grapefruit and or & Co Best place" in the city to trade
ange grove; good buildings; -
Osteopathic Physician eight year old budded trees.
The ability to speak good English, Price $4,500.
which can easily be acquired, is an 132 Orange Avenue Ten acre fine citrus and garden
asset and the boys and girls who riddle I'land, well fenced; new five room H : W. M SLEMONS
their talk with slang are there-0 Next door to People's Bank,:bungalow; near town. 'Big bar. ,
fore handicapping their future. upstairs: Acute and chronic gain, only $2,200.
diseases treated.Telephone We have a complete list of both ORANGE AVENUE
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; February 27th is the"Peter Pan

Cabaret Society Ladies' Minstrels,"

under the management of the ways

and means committee of the Civic
THE STATE BAHKOFOMAYDOr League. \ y .

The stage director will be Miss J.

i Pearl Rogers, who has been most suc- O1IilJi'1dO
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wlIl'i' rIIyylhI;Mf'1Ay, cessful in managing similar performances .

in various Southern states, and

i who comes to this city with excellent )

recommendations.' 3P
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The cast, numbering about thirty- ; t
( I five, will include the leading soloists 10 =
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and musicians of the city, and, of

course, many amusing anecdotes con- .
b' SAFCCONSRVATIVCA000MM00ATING LONG ESTABLISH cerning Orlandoites will be told. p Only] a few Mi, we offer them to

iIs The first act shows "Peter Pan" en.

tertaining a minstrel company and a -
at Par and. interest
number of theatrical stars in a cab you aiomi-

CONSERVATIVE BANKING POLICYIt aret, and the comic opera singers and

ballet dancers join the black face ri; ;: tions $00 and up. '

S comedians. in an evening's merrymaking .

Mrs. Woodruff, chairman of the : .
has always been the established policy of,the State
' ways and means committee, has givena ""
Bank of Orlando to exercise conservatism in the management number of most unique and pretty

plays, and the Peter Pan Minstrelswill s1Tlo' -
and handling of all banking business.We c=
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eagerly anticipated.CITY

believe that this prudent feature is appreciatedby ::: We will be pleased to help -

CLERK HAS BARRIER DESK MIII1
our customers, as attested by increasing business. CONSTRUCTED 1 1111 H
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City Clerk Carl Jansen has had a =- aooo. .J,. _
Tax Return
a barrier desk constructed at the city 1iYLO. t
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a his stand today. It may not be clear EE

to some as to just what a bar.ier
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definition is easy; a barrier deskis you.

i a barrier desk. This particular

desk is not a piece of ornamental fur-

niture. It is made of rough boards H I. .

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and scantling, and is made for heavy

MRS. FRISSELL POPULAR AS ANNIVERSARY PARTY work. It will do to lean upon as wellas liN=!-11------I I: I (I (I I it I I I I I I I II!II (III'1 I I I lil !h I I I I IIIII%PII .I.I I61!, i II Itl III .'I'' IIlNyl! .I 'li !' ( ,, 11'14 !! ' 'q -
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Mrs. G. C. Frissell left on Sundayfor The people who are rooming at the behind and will be an ample barricade

S a brief visit to Tampa and St. beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. against any possible assailant. The =={===

Petersburg in the interest of the D. May, 208 West South street, spent an city clerk has had it made to extend FCII ',

A. R. work, before returning to her enjoyable evening February 7th, it almost the entire width of the city

home in Miami. During her short being the forty-eighth anniversary of office, and hereafter he is to be foundon

' sojourn in Orlando Mrs. Frissell was the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. B. T. the east side of the city building

4. given a reception at the Rosalind' clubby ,Perkins, of Beverly, N. J. The friends instead of the west side. City Tax 0SSouvenir

the Orlando chapter D. A. R., a I gathered in the parlor and then Mr. Assessor Boone is to have the other N

S five o'clock tea by Miss Antoinette land Mrs. Perkins were asked to come part of the office."DRINKING Spoons

Slemons, an informal "at home" by down, as they were told they had vis-

w Mrs. Thayer, an auto ride by Mrs.hors. They were taken completely CLUBS," DESTROYER

Dow, a party at the Grand by Mrs. ':by surprise when entering the parlor, OF CHRISTIAN HO IES" o We have a large and complete line 0
Branch, and on Saturday Mrs. Drew;where congratulations were showered ,

{ entertained the Daughters of the'upon them by their hosts and neigh- As it was in the "old camp meeting

American Revolution in her honor, bors. days," so it was Sunday morning; at State Spoons and Orlando Spoons

serving sherbet and cake in the national I Mr. and Mrs. Perkins were the recipients the Methodist service at the Grand,

colors, using napkins and doi of some beautiful when Dr. Sibert, the presiding elder,
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lies covered with flags. Several'from the ladies of the house, the presentation preached a soul-stirring gospel 'sermon 1 1 Come and see.
r friends at the station to see her
were speech being made by Mrs. and made a proposition for an
: off on the special, Sunday afternoon. I Macy, who knows just'how to do such "old fashioned Methodist handshaking o. o

Mrs. Frissdl won all hearts by her things. ," and hundreds came forward,

,charm of personality as well as her' During the early hours of the even many of them with their faces streaming -

dignified manner, and her ability, asa I ing fine music was furnished by Mrs. with tears. ALLEN & CO Jewelers
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presiding officer. She has spent Macy and others. At night ,the Rev. Dr. Geffert of fl

k eleven years in Miami with annual Those present were: ,Mr. B. T. the White River (Arkansas) conference ,

visits to New England. Perkins and wife, Beverly! N. J.; E. preached another eloquent ser .

tJ. 0. Vail and wife, Ocean Grove N. mon. Reliable
J.; Everything Guaranteed. Repairing
MISS 7 JORDAN HONOREE OF A Chas. Simons and wife, Waterbury, "How God Saved Gypsy Smith," n nJI

PRETTY PARTY Conn.; Edward Dalby and wife, Green- will be the subject of Dr. Wray at == == :: '

castle, Ind.; Byron Irwin, Greencastle, the Grand next Sunday morning, February
j One of the prettiest of the season's Ind; John Roberts and wife, Chester, 15, and at night, "Drinking

( card parties was given by Mrs. Sylvan Pa.; J. S. Thompson and wife, Stahlse Clubs, the Destroyers of Christian -

t McElroy on Saturday, when th town, Pa.; Geo. Macy and wife, Or. Homes." This is "sermon No. 21" of
Glee Club
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Nullos club, and a number of friends, lando.\ the series on the "Marriage License." College

were entertained 'in honor of Miss At a late (,hour refreshments were Everybody most cordially invited.

Jordan, the attractive guest of Miss 'served by Mrs. Macy and after sing .

Jean Person. ing "God Be With You Till.We Meets ORMOND OUTCLASSED BY ROL
[ Miss Hart won the club prize, MrS Again," and
wishing Mr. and bits LINS IN 7-2 .GAMEr
Miller the prize from the guest tables Ir4.5:5: :
Perkins many happy returns of th ____ __ S M '
and Miss Jordan was given a day, the guests returned to their The baseball team of Rollins col.

dainty fan. rooms to dream of their wedding day lege defeated the Ormond team yes y i,_

The refreshments were ice-cream terday afternoon by a score of 7,to 2.
' molded in the shape of rosebuds,
The Ormond
F ENJOYABLE nine was hopelessly out
cakes sandwiches and coffee, and PARTYTH E M
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classed
"NEW LUCERNE" by the college boys and never

bon-bons. had a chance during the entire'game.. ,
Among those present were Misses -
Bane did creditable work the
The informal on '
Jordan, Miller, 'Glenn, Person, Hart, 'party ,held on Saturday 'mound :
'for Rollins
night in the allowing only six
l Mcllvaine, Dickson, Nolan, Scruggs, drawing room of the hits, while sixteen recorded f
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!"New Lucerne" were
and Mesdames W. .3!. Brittain, J. N.t' by the guests of th eagainst I I his rk
McElroy Merle McElroy, DeWitt Miller was a most enjoyable affair, opponentThe
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hand' those following is the line-up of the
s Lee Miller, LeRoy Giles, Jose so fortunate as to be included two teams: 4S
in the
Bumby, Jr., Allan Weathersby, Davis happy gathering were 1
most appreciative of the entertainment Rollins-Harris, cf.; Roberts, 2b.;
Fishback and Gordon Wright
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afforded by several talented McClintock, lb.; Mason, ss.; Shirley,

members of the household. rf.; Froemke, 3b.; Taylor, c.; Barze, p.
: SONG RECITAL
Vocal numbers given by Mrs. T. H. Ormond-Campbell, Emery, Archer,
T Thompson Mrs. Kane, Pierce, Johnson, Powers, Rowe,
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Next Wednesday night, February Salsbury, and :Miss
_t 11th, Beatrice McCue, of New York,Parker, readings by Miss L Homm e'- Tully. t
dieu and Miss Batteries-Rollins: Barze and Taylor
will give a song recital in Knowles Nathan, and dances by J ,
; Ormond: Pierce and Tully. S
Misses .5
Hall, at Winter Park. Kathryn and Hildreth Badger, 4 S \
with .Mrs. Hathaway and Mrs.
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Miss McCue has a wonderfully
Craw at the piano, were included ineveDlng' JOHN EMPIE OPENS PRETTY '
& smooth and rich contralto voice and
the GROCERY STOREMr. 5 4.
those who heard her there last p: gram.
year Back Row (left to right)-D. H. Fordham, H. S. Pope,/P. L Thoren, R. J. Bane, B. Blackman, E. Holmes,
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are enthusiastic over the opportunityto John Empie has opened a stockof F. L. Froemke. Front Row-C. F. McCardell, M. J. McKiel, J. J. More, R. P. Cornellison, R. W. Green, R.
hear her again. She has had some DR. TUPPER'S LECTURE WILL BE
groceries in the store formerly Hutchinson.
room
very favorable write-ups of her work FREE TO ALL occupied by Scruggs & Dickson. The Rollins College Glee Club sing their home concert on Thursday, February 19th. The Club has the best
this winter in the Musical Courier
Mr. Empie knows the grocery bus ensemble this year that a Rollins Glee Club-has ever had, the first tenor and bass selections being especially

and various leading journals of the The lecture to be given at the Baptist ness thoroughly, and the manner in strong. The Clut soon makes a couple ,of short trips, one to Tampa, St. Petersburg, etc., on the West Coast,

country. church Thursday evening on "The which he has arranged his stock is and the other to the Florida East Coast hotels. '
This is i the last of the artist Humorous Side of
a Preacher's Life"will proof that he knows how to displayhis
citals at Rollins college this year. be free
to all, and every one is goods to the best advantage.., He COPYING PLATS FOR SEMINOLE J FUNERAL OF MRS. EMMA STYCH BOAT EXCURSION AND BARBECUE -

cordially invited to attend. Dr. Tup- has'secured a good stand for his busi- COUNTYMrs.
LEAGUEThe
IMPROVEMENT per is'a speaker of rare talents and"attainments. ness, and it is freely predicted that The funeral of Mrs. Emma Stych, -

ladies of the Concord Park Improvement He enjoys a good joke with the combined advantages of sucha whose death occurred'at Formosa Sat Circulars have been received in Orlando .
League will hold a meeting . and can tell one. He has Smith of Clerk E. A.
daughter
I a stock of position on the main business street ;urday afternoon, took place Sunday advertising a boat excursionand
at the Rest House Tuesday, February , rich experiences as a minister, and it and the personality behind the busi- Douglas of. Seminole county, is at afternoon. The services were con- barbecue to be given at South-
10th, 2:30 p. m. All are cor."is from the, humorous side of this work at the court house copying plats I
ness that success is certain. Mr. Em- r ducted from the Adventist church at port, near Kissimmee, February 10.
dially invited. I store that he will draw in entertaining pre was formerly associated with Mr. for Seminole county from the Orange I Formosa, and the interment was in The affair is arranged for the benefit I

By order of the president. his audience Thursday evening. John Rowland, who is now manage county records. The work is tedious the Orlando cemetery. Mrs. Stychwas of the Methodist church at Kissim-
Mrs. Elise Worthley, secretary. Eight o'clock is the hour. and will some time. Some 180} 1
require
of the grocery department in the sixty years of age, and is survived meet 4ti Jjj!
Yowell-Duckworth company's depart- plats are to be traced for. record inI|I by her husband and several i

a Job printing at the Sentinel Sentinel want ads. are read. ment store. the new: county. I children. Subscribe for the SentinelJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII '

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