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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 12, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Volume ID: VID00328
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Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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1 THE MORNING SENTINEL )




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

Direct Service Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. 1 Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.



\'U\ VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY' 1914. NUMBER 2.




I WOMAN AND TWO MEN IN MOTOR T I PROGRAM mR OSCEOLA':MRS. GORE R[ STROKES K[ HAIR'OF ;'ArTAIN OF f l LOSTSTEAMER T CHARGES A f .



DAY AT fAIR OUTLINED[ f SENATORIN[ COURT

:: i\'!\ CAR KIDNAP CHILD AND WHIRL AWAY DISASTER T TO NANTUCKET CAPTAIN


GOVERNOR PARK TRAMMELL WOMAN WHO ACCUSES HIM OF
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AND STATE CHEMIST ROSE CRIME FORCED TO LEAVE I -

:MYSTERIOUS WOMAN IN MORE R[ RIGID INSPECTION FOR f R LISTED AMONG SPEAK- ROOM BY APPROACH OF AUTORIOETO[ B BE[ GIVEN NEW Y YORK JOHNSON HAD NOT SLEPT

t BLUE SUPPOSED TO BE ERS FOR THE DAY i NERVOUS SPELL
: DAIRIES IS FAVORED I TOURING PARTY TWENTY-FOUR HOURS
MOTHER OF CHILDCA1HfmN
Division Passenger Agent W. J. Special to the Sentinel BEFORE ACCIDENT
Oklahoma City, Okla., Feb. 11.-
Kirkland of the Atlantic Coast Line
Commissioner Robertson Not in Favorof
a Cars Will Leave San Juan Hotel at
Much made in the first
progress was I
in Orlando

IE[ MM' [ THE[ VICTIMs Abolishing Milk Y Supply Inspection of was attending the for fair yesterday handling next week.making the crowds arrangements brought day's trial against ofthe Senator$50,000 Thomas damage Gore suit Nine O'clock and About for Orlando Long DriveIn WIRELESS[ [ OPERATOR R NOT WORKING

s :Mrs. Minnie E. Bond the wife of
by ,
At the
Sanitary Commissioner H. Clark special request of the Kis- The .
expected touring party from
Julian R. Bond, of this city.
simmee board of trade Mr. Kirkland'sroad
Robertson is not in favor of abolish-
OF FIVE TAKEN FROM New York arrived yesterday afternoon ,
SAYS
the senator
Mrs. Bond alleges that COLLISION MIGHT HAVE
the of dairies and milk has arranged to operate a special
; ing inspection
and
were at once made at homeat
GRANDMOTHER IN WHOSE
in hotel
( attempted to assault her a at BEEN AVERTED IF WIRE-
train from Kissimmee to Narcoossee
as might have been judged from a the San Juan hotel.
) CHARGE SHE WAS GIVEN ;Runnymede and St. Cloud, connecting Washington March 24, 1913. Gore'sanswer LESS MAN HAD BEEN
careless reading of the article in the :Mayor E. F. Sperry and Commissioners
BY FATHER (with the regular train No. 85 in the is a denial of the charge.
{ Sentinel of Wednesday. On the contrary Johnson and Robertson ON JOB
were
The senator and :Mrs. Gore early ,.
'evening so that people at these places -
c Mr. Robertson is in favor of, nand
on to meet the party, and ex-
A few minutes after three o'clock making the inspection of the sanitary will: be enabled to attend the fair Os- arrived in the court room. Mrs. Bond tend them the hospitality of the city, Special to tbe SentinelPhiladelphia

yesterday afternoon a high-powered condition of dairies more rigid.In ceola Day, Friday of next week, and and her husband also arrived early, and to inform MrT. F. Rice, who is Feb. 11,-During the
automobile of back home for the It is but Mrs. Bond left after staying ten ''government probe, which began today .
stopped near a group the commissioners' meeting Tues- get night. in charge, that an auto ride had been
i', children playing in Washington street day, Mr. Robertson stated that the expected I' that several hundred; will minutes. One of her attorneys' explained arranged to start from the hotel this in an effort to fix the responsibility -

near Lake Eola; in the auto were two inspection of milk didn't amount to 'take advantage of this chance to seethe that she was on the verge ofa morning at 9 o'clock. The route of for the steamship disaster off the

t men and a woman. The woman wore anything of account, and he stands by I fair and be present at the Osceola nervous breakdown. the proposed ride extends through theprincipal Virginia capes in which the Old Dominion

green goggles and an ulster. She that statement. He says the present :Day exercises, an outline of which is During the sensational opening streets of the city, to Win- liner Monroe sank in collision

1 alighted from the car, and called to inspection is worthless because it 'given as follows: statement of the plaintiff's case, in ter Park and back through Concord with the Nantucket of the Merchants
s little child in the which the details of the alleged as- '& Miners line causing the loss of
a group: doesn't go far enough. There is no I Addresses will be given by Hon. I Park. The ride will consume the entire '
"Come here Catherine to Park Trammell of Florida sault were recited dramatically, Mrs. !forty-one lives, it developed that CaptJohnson
; come provision: he says, for the inspectionof ( governor ; morning. Those who have loaned I
and stroked her husband's
it is mother" and with Hon. C. A. Carson of Kissimmee Gore smiled ; of the Monroe had not slept
your mamma; cows to determine if they are diseased ; cars for the entertainment of the visitors -!i
these words she removed the goggles, and he contends that a diseased I Mrs. C. S. Cooper, St. Cloud; Capt.R. hair. are: :Messrs. W. H. Reynolds, for twenty-four hours.
and a.child with golden curls ran toward cow if properly fed may produce : E. Rose, state chemist, of Tallahassee -i Mrs. Bond was in the court room in Harry Beeman, Frank Guernsey, J. I. I He said that if the wireless operator
and showed emotion
her, and was enclosed for a moment : milk showing the required per- ;I: ; General Washington Gardner, the afternoon, as .Thornton, W. R. O'Neal, B. Drew, H. i on the Nantucket had been on the
in the arms of the woman. She centage of butter fat. Commissioner of Washington, D. C. the events were related. The selec- C. Robertson and S. A. Johnson. A job the disaster might have been
then lifted into 'I I I tion of a jury was accomplished in averted.
was the automobile, Robertson purposes to take steps to', General Gardner is commander-in. few more cars are needed, and any
which was off in an instant. As the see that the sanitary condition of dal-!'chief of the G. A. R. and also a member the early afternoon. persons who may feel inclined to do Johnson, who was the first witness I

machine moved away the child wavedto ries is better safeguarded for the-benefit ', of congress. The St. Cloud drum so may tender them for use to Mr. called against Capt Berry of the Nantucket

her little playmates. That was the of the public. i and fife corps will.act as escort for MISSIONARY AffiANCE E OPENS S. A. Johnson, who is conducting this charges neglect of duty on

last they saw of her. The subject of inspection discussedby feature of the entertainment, or have that officer's part.
him.The
The child was Catherine McCallie, the commissioners in the meeting:( Kissimmee orchestra of fifteen WITH G GOOD D ATTENDANCE[ [ them at the San Juan promptly at the He admitted that he had not closed
five year old daughter of Lillian Grif- Tuesday caused considerable discus- :pieces will also participate in the ex hour. his eyes since 5:30 the morning of
fis McCallie-Fassett and Edward January 29, or twelve hours before
Me- sion on the streets' yesterday, the ercises. The party is composed as follows:
Callie Several Brief Addresses Given by Distinguished the Monroe sailed from Norfolk but
opinion being expressed that Orlando i Mr. T. F. Rice, conductor, and Mrs. ,
Little more than a year ago Mrs. would take a step decidedly backward {: GREAT INTROUNTYSPEU.INO[ Church Workers of Rice, Mr. Lorenzo M. Blake, Mrs. .insisted that he had often gone with-
jMcCallie Other Cities out sleep for twenty-four hours and
obtained decree
of divorce
a if any of the inspections were abol t Blake, Mr. Bruce C. Bort, Mrs. Bort,
from her husband, Edward McCallie, ished. The matter will probably be Mr. Guilford Dudley, Miss Florence :could maintain full possession of his
BEE AT SCHOOL l H HOUSE[
a dealer in athletic goods of Chattanooga taken up again by the commissionersat The opening meeting of the annual :M. Earl, Mr. Nathan E. Foote, :Mrs. .physical and mental faculties.
On the day ,she obtained the convention of the Christian and Missionary : Johnson said he heard one whistle
Friday's
meeting.
Foote, Mrs. A. J. Fortin, Miss Mattie
decree she was married to S. W. Fas- Will Be Heard at the Public School Alliance was held last night,:Fortin, Miss Sallie C. Harris, Miss .from the Nantucket, and saw that

sett, a wealthy manufacturer of Spokane "Mrs. Fassett, who was my son'swife Building .nnFebruary.... Pri"lv y, and was attended by a large and appreciative ;T1..._...:... x'. L. Haf er, .UI 1f;;.:).;.;). D f. -.1.rA, \;- 1 14UIWIIWQ there was going to be a collision and
( Wash., and sjon of ex-Congress- is a beautiful and talented wo- 20 audience. Nabb, Miss E. McNabb, Mrs. I. :M. put on full speed with the idea of

man Fassett. j man. She is the daughter is Dr. William Brief addresses were given by Rev. Narwood, Miss Fannie Rice, Miss receiving a glancing blow.

By order of thfe court the custod y Elliott Griffis, of New York, the The big spelling bee, open for en- A. E. Funk, of New York city; Rev. Edith Schafer, Mrs. Emma E. Swartz,

of the child was/awarded the father,, lecturer, and is herself a graduate of try to pupils above the sixth gram- L L. Pickett, of Louisville, Ky.; Mrs. Miss Ellen B. Swartz, Miss MargaretM. V VOUSIA[

and since that time has been in the i Vassar. She has brown eyes and hair mar grade of the four counties par Abbie Morrow Brown, of Boston; Sloan, Mr. Earnest W. Tooker, COUNTY MAN C COMMITS

care of McCallie mother, Mrs. T. E, and weighs about a hundred and fifty ticipating in the Orlando fair, will be Rev.. and Mrs. Howard Van Dyck, of Mrs. Tooker, Mrs. Chandler Weaver,

"McCallie, who came to Orlando three i pounds. She wore a blue dress, at held at 11 o'clock Friday morning, China, and Rev. Howard Sweeten, of Miss Florence Weaver, Mr. Herbert SUICIDE BY TAKING GAS

? .weeks ago to pend the winter here., the time I don't know what I shall February 20. St. Louis, Mo. Mr1. and Mrs. W. H. Whitcomb, Mrs. Whitcomb.The -

3 M'f.lr cCal1ie [has made her home at, do; I'm heart-broken over it, and my I The school board designated that Perry, of Greenville, Ohio, had chargeof party left New York about a Despondent Orei- Financial Condition
the Wiiferme/e, but she was in the son will be when he knows it." the music. The program for today
date, because Friday is to be School week ago, and have two weeks more Carey H. Tyler of Pierson
company oljper daughter, Mrs. De- The story was supplemented from ''Day at the fair as well as Osceola is as follows: of the tour, the greater part of which Kills Self

vine, also of Chattanooga, yesterday time to time by Mrs. Devine, who tes.I i Day. The board has offered a seriesof Devotional meeting at 9:30 a. m. will be spent in Florida. They have -

afternoon, vho had preceded her tified that the mother of the child was prizes, and the pupils in the Various Bible study, 10:30 a..m. Experience visited St. Augustine, Daytona, Palm

mother to Orlando and had found in every sense a superior woman,and schools are already training meeting, 2:30 p. m. Missionary ad-] Beach, and will go from Orlando to Despondency over certain financial

rooms on Washington street. Together it would require the shrewdest of detectives -II down to the point where they can dresses, 3:30 p. m. Song service, 7:30p. Tampa. They will remain in Orlando obligations the is given as the reason for

mother and daughter were on to outwit her. spell almost anything. m. Evangelistic address, 8 p. m. until the afternoon of Friday. death by self-asphyxiation of

the eve of starting out in search of a Chief Smith notified the police at I It was regretted by all concerned Other speakers are expected today Mr. Rice said yesterday that he had I Carey H. Tyler, of Pierson, between

house to be taken for the season, and Palatka and Jacksonville to look out 'that there was no suitable place at I and many delegates fromvarious no idea that Orlando was "so much of 3 and 4\o'clock this morning at the

the child vas left playing with other for the party. He was of the opinion the fair grounds to hold the spelling parts of the state. Every one is cordially -!a place." He had visited the town Miller sanitarium, No. 28 East Ninth

children in the street near the park. that they took the afternoon train match there, but none of the buildings invited to all of the services. ('several years ago, but was utterly unprepared street, says the Florida Metropolisof

The excited children reported the north, which passes at 3:18. could be converted to the purpose, and to see the great growth and I Wednesday.

taking away of little Catherine, and According to the testimony of the the public school building in Orlandowas ARNOID NrnRUNG [UAVS[ [ UNWmsrrt improvement which have taken place |do With?" heard the final words "What in will I
by a patient
Mrs. McCallie and Mrs. Devine imme- children who were playing with the an adjoin.
selected. since his last visit. "It is one of the
diately reported tie: kidnapping to child at the time, the car left in the I Of IWNmS fOR AMHfRST prettiest places we have seen on this ing room, Mr. Tyler, a young man 33
Police years of age, is said to have reclined
Chief of VT.Hiam Smith and direction of Sanford. "
ROUTE FOR TRADES DISPLAY trip, said he, "and I am sure every '
Commissioner H. Clark Robertson. i Orlando people will read of the promotion upon his bed, placed the gas tube
PARADEThe member of the party will carry away
The grandmother and aunt of the ATTORNEY SAYS S HMIDT.I.I WtEVER [ of Mr. Arnold a .... Nehrling. .. from pleasant memories of Orlapdo." from dozed a small into stove his to his nostrils and
child had no doubt that the woman, trades display of the midwinter the University of Illinois to the Massachusetts away fatal sleep. He

mother.who ,took They the said child that away she was had the repeatedly , [ I[ IN CHI A north fair of will Central form avenue on Main Tuesday street' much interest.Agricultural Prof. Nehrling college with is a I ATTORNEY[ GENERAL CORRECTS[ o'clock was discovered this morning by ,a who nurse immediately about 5-

threatened H. of the notified Dr. Miller of what had oc
I to kidnap the of Mr. Henry Nehrling
son
Priest' Slayer Sentenced morning at 10 o'clock with head of
to Be Exe-
I Gotha and ERRONEOUS[ S IMPRESSION curred.
child, but they couldn't believe that cuted the Week of column at the monument. Line will caladium gardens at a
she would go to such lengths to carry March form with police department of the brother of Mr.:: Werner Nehrling of According to a .report from the
her threat. To 23 A notice in an Ur- sanitarium, Mr. Tyler had entered the
Orlando. news
out
a representativeof
band Scouts mili- Is Not Necessary for Voters to Pay
Italian Boy
New York, Feb. 11.-Hans Schmidt city, institution
the Sentinel Mrs. McCallie [ Ill. reads: eight days ago to be treated
the fire trade bana, paper Poll Tax Before Regis.
department,
carriages,
sentenced tary,
was to die
today in the electric
x A. H. Nehrling, 901 West Illi- for a slight nervous disorder, and
grandmother, tearfully told her story Prof. tering Names
floats band floats
chair during the week I Orlando representing
beginning otherwise
was in
perfect
for five member physical con-
follows street a
as : nois years
March 23 for the murder of Anna Au.I different individuals of the town,
"My sb1 and his wife have been band. of the faculty of the University of Supervisor of Registration F. H.I dition. He had frequently remarked
Plantation
r separated f4: about two years. She mueller. Schmidt was found guilty j Route will be south to Jackson Illinois, has resigned to become head Williams has received from H. Clay I about his inability to meet certain,
of murder
. first degree, at his second
her divorce of floriculture at notes held by a bank in Eastman Ga.
secured; from him upon of the department Crawford, secretary of state, several >
north to west to
Livingston
t trial; after the jury which first tried street, + 'and
specioufi grounds, going to Reno to where floats will the Massachusetts Agricultural college copies of a letter written him by At- it is thought that the worry over-
him grounds,
had
failed exposition
to I
get it: you know wha; that means. agree. Schmidt'slawyers at Amherst, that state, his dutiesto torney General Thos. F. West in regard the matter caused his rash act this

t.. The df y the divorce was granted she pleaded insanity for their client assemble for review.the band and commence at once. He will leave I to the payment of poll tax. I morning. He was heard pacing the
but the Concert by opening
prisoner would aid I
I married Fassett, and the court or- 'them not J which the ball Tuesday for the East, going by way The impression obtains with some-floor iIi his
after
and exercises
J, said repeatedly he wantedto game i
.dereu the child to be given the-father, die. between Rollins college and Colum- of Chicago. that the tax must be paid at the time i fried over something, but as he had
my 'on. Since that time I have cared Thus Urbana loses a valuable citizen of registration. There seems some done this on previous occasions, little
, for Jher, but all the time we have been Alphonse G. Koelble, his attorney, bia college will be played. and the university one of its most reasonable excuse for this because the was thought of his actions.

4. 'unfler the threats from her mother expressed confidence that Schmidt efficient instructors. His work at the registration certificates contain space
would not die in the electric chair. NATIONS REQUEST THAT NORTH
.
\! yat she would have the child. She latter institution has been successfulin for the officer to certify that the poll FIERCE FIRE RAGING IN PHIL-
He sent PATROLLED
I a cable dispatch to ATLANTIC BE
j 4 id she would go to any extremes to Schmidt's mother in a high degree. tax has been paid. The secretary of ADELPHIA
Germany to that
\ fet her, but we never dreamed it Sentinel.r Although yet a young man, Mr. state advises the supervisor that the
effect yesterday. It read: "Do not Special to the
rould happen. We brought her to the Nehrling has been recognized as an registration officers shall cross out -
I Feb. 11.
worry. Your son will died in Washington, Upon request
I s Orlando last winter and came again the electric chair." Mr.never Koelble I of the maritime nations of the .authority both in this country and the same, unless they have evidence Special to the Sentinel,

j [this year. The men with her havebeen today that Schmidt had made said important .world, the United States today started ' '!abroad. He is an honorary member that the taxes have been paid. (1:10 A. M.)

shadowing the child for several statement, but he would an I to patrol the north Atlantic ocean of the Royal Horticultural Society of Poll taxes may be paid on or before I Philadelphia, Feb. 11.-A fierce fire

days. They located her at the Win- say at this time what it was. not for the protection of life at sea. The :Great Britain and a member of several the second Saturday in May. is raging along the water front of

l dermere, and only yesterday after. To Death House big revenue cutter Seneca was or- prominent organizations in this the Delaware river this morning in

noon a strange man passed us on the Special to the Sentinel lered: to leave New York and immediately country. Locally he is identified with THE WEATHER the provision warehouses of Chestnutand

.street and spoke to the child, remarking Ossining, N. Y., Feb. 11.-Handcuffed patrol eastern New Found- the Dixie club, Alpha Gamma Rho Florida: Fair Thursday and Fri Front streets. The firemen are

1 t to me by way of apology that he to a deputy sheriff Schmidt was :land, and remain in the ice regions fraternity, Kappa Sigma fraternity, day. Rain Friday in north portion.Call hampered by intense cold. The streetsare

was fond of children. I know from brought to Sing Sing prison tonight .until June, when it will be relieved by and the University club. covered with ice from the waterof

A the description of the men given by and placed in a cell of the death :another cutter. at Curtis & O'Neal's, next hose, which freezes almost imme-

t the children that this was the same house. He made no scene whateveron Life would be sweeter if people remembered postoffice, rand look at that Balsam diately. Every piece of fire fighting

.t .man who was in the motor car' with reaching the penitentiary, and Just so long as you have somethingto the fragrance of the roses Sani-Tissue Toilet Paper. Somethingfine. apparatus of the down town section ;

;.#, her mother. made no statement. 1 fight for you won't stagnate. and :forgot the of the city is at the scene.

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4 PINE CASTLE NOTES 11111 ItimiMMMMMMMMItMIMIIMHKeep III I

II.ltllt
till
Pine Castle, Fla., Feb. 10.-Mrs. J.
R. McKay, of Ohio, who has been
Warm .
stopping with Mrs. F. W. Pond, left .
'' here Monday morning for DeLand. MONTGOMERY MOTION
4r Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hansel, Mrs. N. Grand Theatre
Harris, and Miss Hallie Hansel motored When a cold spell comes by Just turn- PICTURE GO'S
to Lockhart and spent the day .
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ful- ing valve and lighting a match. Youcan THE THEATRE BEAUTIFUL AND.FLORIDA'S FINEST PICTURE HOUSE

s ford.Messrs.. C. B. Hansel, of Kissimmee, do if have Last week of Mr. Tom Kane, "the Irish Ca ruso." Each day this week Mr. Kane will +
you a render any selection that you may request. Send the of favorite
and J. H. Hansel, of Southport, came us name your song
Sunday to see their sister, Mrs. Thos. and then hear it sung by one of vaudevill e's leading tenors.

is Smith now, who improving.has been very ill, but who Real Music by a Real OrchestraRAGTIME
Rezuo.r G Gas Header
Messrs. Herman Hicks, of Orlando, I r t r NIGHT
David Cook, of New Jersey, and Ogden -

Byfield, of New Orleans, were Mr. Comely, our leader, has received dir ect from New York all the latest ragtime :
c guests Sunday of the Misses Mamie We are selling them AT COST hits and will play them Saturday night. This will be the first time they have been '
and Miss Florence un-
Katie Matchett
and
heard in the South. This is
opport
your unity to hear the newest metropolitan hits !
Ogden, at the Matchett home. rendered by an excellent orches |aFor .
Mr. Byron McCrary, of Kingsville, til our stock is gone.ORLANDO .
Ohio, and B. J. Reid, of Orlando, have l '
registered lately at the Lake View Today
z ,
Inn.Rev.. E. A. Milton, of Kissimmee, "THE DOCTOR'S DUTY"-An Ediso n drama with a powerful theme.
t and Rev. W. E. Murphy, of Taft, Bap- "A MIRACLE OF LOVE"A Lubin drama portraying the redeeming powerof
tist ministers, were here Sunday and love.
were entertained at the home of Mr. WATER[ u LIGHT CO1 PATHE WEEKLY NO. 70. The larg est circulation of any weekly in the world.

and Mrs. J. G. Tyner. Rev. Murphy

preached at the morning service and Children 5c PRICfS{ Adults lOc
Rev. Milton in the evening. Gas Department
Quite a good sized audience listenedto

the excellent program given Tues ..1111111111111111111..1111111111111111111111.. Continuous Performance from 3:30: to 10 P. M.
day night at the school house. Very
bad weather Friday night preventedmany FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13
who had purchased tickets from
r attending, so the entertainment was "THE PRESIDENT'S PARDON"-A three-reel feature. An interest grippinO'story ,
of the Panama canal.
,) repeated Tuesday night with more :
people in the audience and more per COMING.SOON

formers on the program. There was HELEN GARDNER, in "A Daughter of Pan."
not a dull moment and all who took .
part evinced talent in their respectivelines. i
Given under the direction of
Mrs. S. Frank Phillips, the entertain 1..I..IIII.I.I..I .III.III.IIIIIIIII.I.I..III.1111.11..III.iiiiiiiiiiiii IttilMIIMM
: ment was also a testimonial of her
ability The program in full is given Just arrived car load t

here: FORDS for immediate : For Economy and purchase -
Piano duet, "The Festival," (march)
Primo, Mrs. S. Frank Phillips; delivery. : W RIG H T. power of your mon-
CO
secondo, Miss Belle Hawkins. REALTY & 6BD T
:4 Male quartette, "The Gypsy Trail" Get now. FOR REAL ESTATE ey, "Try Wright's11 Farm

(poem by Rudyard Kipling, set to music yours That Our Business and Garden Seeds in

by Galloway.Herrmann-Messrs F. G. RUSH, Orlando. Florida
f George Shackleton of Grand Rapids, bulk. "Motto" Quantityand
3 4 Mich., 1st tenor; Fred M. Preston, Phone 226
2nd tenor; Wm. Wigman, 1st bass; Quality.Fresh .
E. D. M. Perkins, 2nd bass. I
doz. Best Butter
Eggs 330 Creamery .- 39C lb
Whistling solo-Dr. C. E. Tilbert.
Sweet Milk I3C qt. Ice 40C 100 Ibs., Limes doz.
Recitation, "Sister and I"-Mrs. S. 150
v f.
4. Sweet Milk 07C pint Fresh Butter Milk *oc
F. Phillips. qt.
Instrumental trio-Mrs. J. J. New. Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Present" delivered by Express,

,. ell, piano; Mr. J. J. Newell, violin; (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.
Mr. A. Miller of Cleveland, 0., man M
dolin.
Vocal solo, Tosti's - - - - - - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - . . . - - - - -
g y May. "Goodbye"MissFrances =' 1 TWWWWWWWB'MMMItt' :::::::;;;;;;;;;;;;; HMimttltiMtl : ::::::HMMU-:::::::::::::::

Octette, "What's the Matter with I III11 \ .
k the Moon Tonight" (from the comic

opera of Jones"The, Alma Mocking Sullivan Bird"MissesVera Hallie ORlANDO BANK & TRUST I COMPANY

Hansel Macy, ,Eugene Mamie Hoffner Matchett, Millard; Messrs.Sullivan B. A Lead Pencil or Bottle of InKIs I

R. J. Harris. Orlando, Florida. \
$ Piano solo, Intermezzo from Caval- a small investment, but a large partof .
lera Rusticana-Mrs. S. Frank Phil Condition at the close of business December 31, 1913 l fi .
the writers comfort and efficiency depends
lips.
\
RESOURCESLoans
' Recitation, "Kentucky Belle" Miss on having the right kind.
Frances May. and Discounts . . . . . .. . . . . . $403,080.10
X u Violin solo, "Confession"-Miss Hazel A hard scratchy pencil where a soft one Overdrafts . . . . . . .. . . .. . . . . . 362.37 ,
Bennett. Stocks and Bonds . . .. . . . . . . . . . 26,018.33 '
r: Recitation, "Spanish Flower Girl"- is' demanded, or a thick ink when only a fluidis Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . . . . . . 200,946.57
Miss Ruby Wilkins. Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures . . . 25,974.87
needed, may discourage the worker and
Cornet solo, "The Glow Worm"Mr. -
Eugene Hoffner. ruin the work. We carry all grades, colors 656382.21
; Piano solo, selected-Miss Edna Ar LIABILITIES '

nold.Mixed aad standard makes of pencils, and can fur- Capital Stock . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . $100,000.00
quartette, "Bells of Dream. nish on demand, the best possible ink Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 35,214.86
land"-Miss F. May, Mrs. C. H. Hoff very Deposits . . .. . . . . . .. . . . . . . . 521,167.38
ner, Mr. Geo. Shackleton, Mr. E. D. for any kihd of pen work. Tell your penciland
M. Perkins. '
$656,382.21Deposits
The piano was placed in the school ink troubles to the man behind the counter.
house a year ago in December and
was to be paid for by entertainments on Dec. 31, 1912 . .. . . . . . .. . $489,971.68
c given to raise money and by any voluntary W. S. BRANCH, Deposits on Dec. 31,1913 a . . . . . . .. a $521,167.38
gifts that might be
school presented.The Increase . .. .. .. . . .. ... . .. . . . . 31,195.70
directors not being willingto The Arcade Book and Music Store .
purchase a piano for the school, as The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust
they had gone heavily into debt, cone Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and ,
sented to the piano being put into the IMIIIIIIIMilllliittitiilttlitlHtllltMlillMIIIMISeveral friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement.The .
building to be paid for on the outside management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects
and the piano will virtually be a gift the conservative, sane and progressive methods employed in
r to the school. Mrs. S. Frank Phillips this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and
= wife of one of the school directors strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in healthful -
and a patron of the school, has a Sacrifice Price statements, to its patrons. .'

taken a personal interest in the matter M. M. SMITH, President -
, of paying for the piano and reports
the debt as now reduced to less W. M. DAVIS, Vice-President C. E. NOLAN, Cashierunuuuuuuuuuunnnnnunum

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HOW TO TREAT YOUR TOWN
Several choice lots for immediate sale. Located just \
Praise itImprove
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WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES 1
, it. one lot off Magnolia avenue on Concord avenue. Improved AND DO ALL KINDS OF '
Talk about it. \ l
Special
Trade at home. with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR.

Be public spirited.
Take a home pride in it. locations in Orlando. 16 and 12 button length Kick
Tell of its business men.
Remember it is your home. The Price is Right! Gloves $2.75 and Shirt Waits
r Tell of its natural advantages. .
Trade, and induce others to trade i from $8.00 to $4,00 at $2.98 \

y here.When L H. RAMSDELLOPTOMETRIST Thursday. ,
strangers come to town use


them Support benefit well. your your town.local institutionsthat rl I R l H mt Co1 ORLANDO(Successor, to- Dr.- 0.- P.FLORIDA Likini) MISSES HILTON & DID

Look ahead of self when all the \
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town is to be considered.
Help your public officers do the Phone 504 W. T. ENTRICAN,
Watkins Block
; most good for the most people. Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's
Don't forget you live off the pea Offers to Orlando the newest and best
. ple here, and you should help others ,111",1111",11111,11,11,1,1111111111,11111111 of decorating workmanship trade.in Phone the painting 636. and Patternse
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From Office of Colonial Land Co, 12 W. Pine St., Orlando, Fla. Home Office, 203 E. State St., Trenton, N. J. _


Dealers in High Grade Subdivisions in all Parts of the United States. _

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Messrs Tourists, Investors and Townsmen:


The newest and finest sub-division called ORANGE PARK (because '


the big lots are covered with full bearing orange trees) is to be sold at a ,


big private sale, beginning



Today at 2 P. 1M1:.,



and ending Saturday, Feb. 14th. If you will call at our office 12 West


Pine St., (opposite Grand Theatre) we will take you out in an auto, or


you may take the autos that leave for Orange Park from the San Juan


Hotel Park from 1 to 2:30: p. m. daily. Go out and see this beauty spot on


the main road to the Country Club, corner Reel St. and Colonial Drive.


We. make easy terms and give away hundreds 0 f valuable presents.


B. N. B. MILLER, Pres. .


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P. S.-Here is a rare chance to make money. The orange crop will pay taxes,


interest and part of principal yearly.. Come out today and smile with us.

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TAFT lITDIS. ADVERTISED LETTERS B.; Sherwood, J. L; Spelman, Thomas H MHIIlUMtMllllimmtMtmiMMMMMMtMIIH
; Thomas, Essie; Weaver, H. D.;

Taft, Fla., Feb.;' .-Messrs. J. H. I List of letters remaining uncalledfor Young, George; 306 W. Church St. |I Fresh

and J. E. !Henry were in Or-I in the Orlando, Florida, postoffice Women's List-Anderson, Bessie;
business last Adams, Mrs. Joe; Bucher, Miss Louise -
on Friday.
:Messrs. J. A. jSimms and J. S.I for 1914.the When week ending for January 31st, ; Bunbwom, Miss Rose; Brady, Butter Scotch .. II.. . . .. .. 20c. lb. Peppermint Sticks . II... II II 20c. lb.

I also maxle a business trip to calling" same pleasesay Mrs. W. W.; Campbell Mrs. A. F.; Chocolate Nut II II ... .. ..... .. 20c. lb. Pegnolia Crisp . .. . II ... . ..30c. lb.

county seat on Saturday "advertised. Chandler, Mrs. Annie; Campbell, Mrs. Peanut Crisp . .. .. .. II .. . 20c. lb. Dixie Cream . .. . II II. . .... 40c. lb.
What can wJmen doff If you are Men's List-Andde W. M. O'NEAL, Mr. and, P. M.Mrs. A. F.; Dickinson Miss Mattie. Lou;' :Menthal Drops. .. .. . . . . 20c. lb. Nougat . .. . . .. .. . . . . . 40c. lb.

,to know, call on Mrs. Mary Douglas; Adams, Samule; Allen, A. Dixson, Mrs. Ratta; Grant, Mrs.J. A.; Hoarhound Drops II II.. .. ... . 20c. lb. Walnut Cream Caramels ... 40c. lb.

Moon and /ook at her gardenBich W.; Brown,'C. P.; Brown, P. R.j; Bar- Gregory, Mrs. C. D.j; Gregory, Mrs. Gum Drops . .. . . . . . . .. 20c.. Ib.Chocolate Almonds
she matte hen- ,f with a little Clifford D.; Grimes, Miss Gertrude;
rington, Eddie; Barkee, Leijah; Clark, Chocolate Cherries Chocolate Marshmallows
from her'son" Henry, who is emPloyed Hopkins, Mrs. Amy; Janice, Miss
help Reed P.; Clark, S. P.; Davis, J. Van; Chocolate Grapes Chocolate Creams
at t /Novelty Works and has Elizabeth; Laney, Mrs. J. A.; Livin.
Foley, Jim; Goodwine, John; George, Chocolate Caramels Chocolate Filberts
but a little /time to spare. In addition Chas. H.j Grant, Terry Hill, C. 0. good- Mrs. Frank; Looper, Mrs. Wm.S. .
to Attending to her store, Hanes, Chas.; D.j Hyrhohosky; Joe; .; McZon, Mrs. Hattie; Mathis, Mrs. and many other good and fresh candies. Salted Pistachios, Almonds and Peanuts.Ice .
; ; Palmer, Mrs. H. Rodgers Cream, $1.25 gallon. Fresh Fruit, $1.40. 15c. extra for
stocked wit all kinds of ladies wear Hawkins, Walter Harden, W. H. Clara; George ; per delivering any
; ; Mrs. Hannah Sonter, Miss quantity. Special attention paid to parties. Should be pleased to show
ing appar&l, dresses, embroideries,I Hill, A. L; Halla, Jessie; Israel, N. ; any one
etc., she ,has a large assortment of W.:; Jones, I. J.; Kelly, H. A.; Linkon, Frances; Swavely, Mrs. E.; Sogar, I through our factory.
vegetables growing which invite and Mrs. F. W.; Shurtleff, Mrs. W. H.; :
H. M.; Lorko, Sam; McClenan, Jamse; HOT DRINKS SERVED
will bear inspection. It is evident that Ticison, Mrs. Clara. .
McLaughlin, Jas.; Moore, Henry W.; I
she has commenced business on a new Miller, Mr. and Mrs. R. E.; Millard, \ : FRENCH DRIP COFFEE AND CREAM, 5 cents.

Will; Ogez, Charlie; Rackett, J. B.; Take your repairing to Warman on : Hot Milk Cholocate (with whipped cream) . .. . . lOc.

page.Mr.. and Mrs. Miller received their Ross, R. A.; Roberson, Eoj; Smith, F. Tomato Bouillon .. II ... .. II II . lOc. Hot Malted Milk .,, .. .... II ... ... lOc.
goods Saturday from Chicago, Ill, Court street. 12-5-tf Beef Bouillon .. . . II . . .. . .. lOc. . .
Hot Lemonade . .
and are lusy installing them in their Hot Egg Malted Milk .. .. . ... . . 15c. II lOc.

new residence on First avenue. 11111 II 11I11111111I Hot Pineapple II. . . .. II .. .. lOc. Hot Egg Bouillon II. . . ..II ... 15c. .
John Hardwick, a popular traveling dr
salesman for C. B. Witt, of Tampa, : IIFO RillS ALE I II JMCayer Oandy Co.

was in tie city today calling on our ,

merchants 134 SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE
Miss '\ivi n Martin was a Sunday
Modern !
New.TwoStory jj jjE
guest of Miss Frances Ellison at the fllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllill ttttllllMMMMfMiMMMMIIMMMIilH

"ranch"Miss Certrude: Tanner's Routh Lake., of CambridgeCity :E House, one block from jj. ItlMIIHMilHtiMltlitMHIHIMHMMHHMIimi

Inc, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. I
A.'L. Wight Lucerne Circle. The AltamonteALTAMONTE 1
Miss Iva Steer, of Winter Home, Supreme Auto Oil
spent Sunday here with friends.
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Mrs. lillson, who has been the Helen Wright Owner SPRINGS, FLORIDA.A .

guest of Ava Collins the past week, The oil that has \ beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlando'or( A. C.L
in Fri- R.R.) Come out and best
teturned to her home Tampa getthe dinner served in interior
day. : 113 AMERICA STREET stood the supreme Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the

Strawberries are now booming in 1111111111111111111111111111111111111'111111111111111\I most beautiful and healthful location in Florida, on
Taft. fhe gardens, the markets and I test i high ridge between two lovely lakes, 40 acres in parks. )

the wods are full of them. I iimmiimmmmmnitimiiimimmiimSign Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc.
Mr. H. Tice has arrived from Ken. : --THAT- ---- Hotel has 500 feet broad piazza. All modeen improve .j
tuck to jbeenbere oin her husband, who has': EXPERT ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests.
Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet. -;
some time, and they will I }
remin with us. : Sign Writer is in charge of Sign Department whose
GooD Gulf GasolineP.
bc. and Mrs. A. J. Emery and Mr. : past experience with some of the foremost of Ameri GEO. E. BATES & SON
ProprietorsSummer
aw Mrs. C .A. Bora, all of Malden, : ,
ca's sign makers, the highest possible grade of
Mss., and Rev. R. A. Carmine, dis- assures ( Resort"The Grand," Mount Vernon, N. H. I
tct superintendent, of DeLand, Fla.,I work. When one makes big claims it is up to one to
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.Wre recent guests at the Nelson I make good, but these claims should be weighed quite as
use.JRev..
Dr. Carmine gave us an eloquent , much for your sake as ours. G. WALTON, Agt. GIVE YOU A DOLLAR II MHMIttlMMHIIHIMm
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sermon at the M. E. chapel If one bottle Davis' Sage and Sulphur : j(WM. HARPER .
/ ursday evening. OEO. A. BA.IAKEI1 PHONES 450-269 Hair Remedy fails to remove dan. DRS
All druff hair. Estes Pharmacy (JOSEPHINE HARPEROSTEOPATHS
{ aboard for the oyster supper or stop falling
the G. A. I sells and guarantees it 7-lw :
by
R. the Nelson
boys at
House SIGNS AND SHOW CARDS OF EVERY DESCRIPTIONLet .HIIIHMM H I
Tuesday evening. There may Oldest Established Practice In
W. T. ENTRICAN,
be something to eat besides oysters. Orlando
Come and see. us figure on your work for Orlando's Mid-Winter WOOD, COAL AND ICE Painter and interior decorator. New : 19 W. Church Street Up-SUirs

A. C. Ellison} of the"ranch" was. Fair. Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's ideas and workmen old ones, too. Fhone 636. Confutation and Ex.
Expert employed. '"
.. .s in the city this morning. ., IIII IIIHt MIMIMItlMH tit IIIMHMMHIIHIII ,, I Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf 1-21-lm 11111111111111111110111111 amination Free



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t THE DAILY SIDELIGHTSBy THE REASON- WHY ram[ B ARRSTED[ [ fOR IMMMMHMHMMItllfMIIMH

f South Florida Sentinel
.( W. S. Branch) Osceola county doubled its population -
MORNING'AND WEEKLY Montessori, the famous Italian edu- in five. year? by subscribing for ,DANCING IN RICHMOND
JOSlAB FERRIS Editor and Owner cator, claims she has taught idiots to 500 copies each year of the Kissimmee -
write. Whereupon a Valley Gazette and having them Dickson-Ives Co1
man
; Entered at the poetoffue at Orlando Florida newspaper Judge Hears Case Against Her and
at Second Class Man Matter. observes that he desires to know howto sent to 500 names in the West and Dismisses the Former

TO ADVERTISERS: prevent them from writnig. other sections of the country Why, Artists' Model
not other counties try this publicity
Copy for duplay and all other hand-Mt scheme little?Florida I
Mayor Van Swearengen has givenup a Record.
ukertiunr matt be handed in at the business Special to the Sentinel
flee of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. the practice of law in order that There's pretty good reason now why I Richmond, Va., Feb 11.-Evelyn r
; to the channel day before for publication.contract advertising This tale;applies it it he mar' give his whole time and the commissioners shouldn' tdo it, the I Thaw, who also does a tango dancingact DEPARTMENTAL STORfrlanuo'
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. thought to the job of being the live- comptroller having served notice on! with the Arab whirl, was formally r

k; SUBSCRIPTION RATES: liest and most aggressive mayor Jack- certain boards that they had no legal! placed under arrest this afternoon

i One Year .....................$5.00 sonville has ever had. Bossing busy authority for such expenditures and I after finishing her part in the first
Six Months ................... 2.50 Jacksonville is quite an undertakingwhen that they must be stopped or the commissioners act of the matinee.A .

Three Months ................. 1.25 the chief official has the sym- become personally respon- warrant was issued for her by favorite
In Advance. I pathy and co-operation of the other sible for them. the chief of police, charging her with s Shopping
office holders. And when the condi- =-v violating the order he issued yesterday -

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1914. tions are such that his honor is at Editor Triplett, who has been run- forbidding her appearance on the

cross purposes with the city council, ning the state of Kissimmee for the stage in this city.
Meet me at the fair. the bond trustees and most of the po- past five years, is now a candidate for She was taken before Justice PLACE

o lice department, it is certainly a stunt: the legislature, seeking a broader field Chritchfield, who dismissed the case,
Next Tuesday's the day. to require a man's best effort. Up to i for his talents and energy at state I after hearing the testimony of both

o i date it looks to a man up a tree, as! making. Triplett tells them in his I I sides. The actress appeared again .
Get your float ready for the parade though Mayor Van had been able to I i announcement that they all know tonight to a crowded house. '

Tuesday.The hold his own against the bunch. where he stands. That's right, too.
.
o Perhaps too much Editors
so.
make
Speaking of the approaching mar- Tew Goods
Elks of Tampa have opened Now that Florida has her Gorrie in poor politicians, but several of the'
riage of Miss Enid Broward and Mr.
their hundred thousand dollar home.. the hall of fame each of us should bea I did break into the last legislature, in
L. A Hardee the Times-Union
:
Wonder if that's all they opened. little prouder and walk a bit spite of their handicaps. "The ceremony will be performed says in Already the Departments are showig a freshness,

The Indiana v- the straighten Times-Union. I o the spacious drawing room of the a Newness, a Kaledescope of New Colors.Ve are re-
Society prefers Begorrie, we are so proud already
tango to the oratory of Beveridge, that we can hardly keep our feet on I Testifying in court a few days ago I Broward home, and will be performed ceiving daily many cases of Mercandise. In. order to

r and will substitute the dance for the the ground. In fact, those airship fellows Norman Hapgood said he had read I I by Rev. W. H. Dodge, pastor of the please our many customers, these we are opening up,
four five thousand
; or books. Col.
) Presbyterian church in Ocala, who
music. down at St. Pete are up in the Watterson once called him Norman performed a similar ceremony twen- although it was our original intention of not showing any

o air most of the time. Haphazardgood. Norman's testimony ty-six years ago when the bride's New Goods until our New Store was complete and we
Schmidt's
attorney his client * '
says
sounds like a haphazard guess. parents, the late Governor N. B. were fully installed. When down town pay us a visit
will never die in the electric chair; A pair of pistols said to have been
be the will find Broward and :Mrs. Broward, were and see for yourself Fashions Latest Caprices.
may attorney some used by George Washington were recently -
W. T. ENTRICAN, "
united in marriage.
quicker way to help him out. sold to a relic hunter for four Makes of
a specialty painting, paper-
o thousand dollars. Wonder if George ing, refinishing floors, furniture, etc.
Make an engagement with yourselfto used those guns "in war" or "in Phone 636. 1-21-lm Subscribe for the Sentinel.Money .

meet yourself at the office of the peace" or "in the hearts of his coun- -

registration officer today, and then trymen.- HIMHMIIIMHIMiitMtlMIIIMIIItlllMMMMMM* New Si1k allif n nr G Goo
r keep it. Register; don't delay. * I I

o An Iowa paper says: "A Kansas
Fish Commissioner Hodges has woman has obtained her husband's

moved to Apalachicola for headquar- consent to run for congress, but he to Loan i THE NEW CREPES, RICE CLOTHS, RATINES,

r ters. Did he go there fo be near the has given no assurance that he will SILK CANTON CREPES, SILK AND WOOL CREPEDe
oysters or to commune with Harry support her."
I CHINES ALL SILK CREPE CHINES JAG
DE
Floyd? Probably her husband is such a ,

o good for nothing that she has to sup- QUARD SILKS, FOULARD SILKS CHAMELEON
Old Dick Croker, former chief of herself and she
port hopes to make
TAFFETAS, CHINESE SHANTUNGS, DELAINES, Etc +
; Hall is the latest de- On improved city
Tammany to enough out of her office to support
nounce Murphy. The boss of Tam- him also. :

many probably realizes by this time *

that it doesn't pay to get licked.o The newly elected school board will

i o now give a practical demonstrationof property. Men's
Miami is getting to be right pro- the three expressions, "Get a moveon Furnishings

gressive. The council has followed you," "Get busy," and "Get there, I
3 Orlando's example and made the mayor Eli." s.AT.A.
the purchasing agent. Miami * When it's a question of Boots and Shoes, bear in

might improve otherwise by following There were one hundred and fifty I mind that we carry the celebrated "Johnson and Mur-

Orlando. million pounds of oleomargarine man- *|| imiMMHMIIIMHIMIMIIIIIIIHIIiMMiMIMtHtlMMCtCMIMMMMHIMMtlMMM phy" make in Black and Tans, Gun, Calf and Patents.A .
5 o ufactured in this country last
year. Shoe that is sold in New York at $8.00
The Ocala board of trade took the That is about two pounds for each in-

right measures to get a reduction of habitant. Did you get your share?
* We Sell at $6.50 ask us the reasonIf
the express rates, by calling a meeting A. Y. FULLER R. L. FOX : :
;, of growers, railroad commissioners Finch Scruggs. has got his new revolving -
and express officials. Getting show cases filled with all you study their Clothing as closely 'as your own,
it them together is half the batle. shades of Palm Beach clothes, Harry THE PALMS AUTO CO these are the clothes for them. I

c o Kanner has a pile of 'straw hats on '
PARENTS! For your Sons we carry and stock
The forces are at work to adjust 'his front show table, several promi- REO MOTOR CARS f
largely, the Famous "Right Posture" Knicker Bocker
; the rate discrimination against the nent citizens have had their hair cut, .
Suits in sizes, ages from 7 to IS years. 1
growers of Florida which the intern Col. Watkins has a new hat, Murray For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a \
state commerce commission could King has got a fresh shine on his
change with the stroke of a pen. every day shoes, the small colored full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good forceof

Eliminate the red tape and get downto boys are asking the merchants "Is competent repair men. All our work is absolutely
business. youall got any mahbles?" the young

o ladies are studying the fashion maga- guaranteed. ur Muslin nuerw ar

Willis Powell came back from Geor- zines, Waters Howe is contemplatingthe
gia with a pocket full of rocks. He's purchase of a new necktie and

$ bought a lot in Clearwater and is go- there are other surface indicationsthat Meets the taste of the most refined, Dainty Weaves,

ing to build a printing office upon it, spring is coming.Ladies' THE PALMS AUTO CO Exquisite Designs, Fine Soft Qualities are here-nothing -
and issue a daily paper. Willis seesa else shown. \
future for Clearwater the
,
great I
hair dressing. massage, FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.iiiiimiiiiiimiittM" .
seat of Pinellas.
county shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber
o Shop. 1-2-tf !
The days until the fair opens are
w few; be ready and waiting for the -
gates to swing wide, for a good time Reaffy-ear r n BepalhtfflonI t I

awaits you, and the riches of the soil
of this wonderful section will be revealed -

unto you in such sizes and During the last few days we have opened up sev-

; measures as you little dreamed, perhaps eral cases of the Read-to-Wear Costumes, Skirts and
: Don't miss the fair. Dresses. Charmingly Dainty Creations in the New

o 4 Weaves of Crepes, Rice Cloths, Wash Silks, Dolly Var-
Bill Mapoles supported Senator den effects in Ratines, Etc., Etc. ,
Fletcher when he ran against Brow- DIAMONDS. : :

ard and he tried to borrow five hun- .
IS OUR SPECIALTY
dred dollars from the senator. Bill

is now against Fletcher, saying that JEWELRY.

he is ungrateful. Suppose every man IS OUR HOBBYWATCHES
who supported Fletcher had touched Grocery n BeFaItfflellt
J him for five hundred. For the love of .1 ..

Mike, Bill, be reasonable.
NONE BUT OF BEST MAKE
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Morton Riddle has taken charge as You all well know that we carry the largest and Extra Special in Canned SoupsA

general manager of the Florida East ., best selected stock of Diamonds, Jewelry, Watches, :

Coast railroad. Mr. Riddle is a thorough Cut Glass, China and Novelties in the State, and the Special Purchase of Curtfce! Bros., Soups-in
I
railroad man has executive price is undoubtedly attractive, for we pay direct from
Quart Sizes-all varieties-Sold everywhere at 40 cuts
ability, is a man of companionabletraits : { manufacturers. Finest Watch Repair Shop. Artistic .
!
distinct a can. Our Quantity Purchase Enables us to sell thm
and personality. He Manufacturing of Jewelry.T.H.Evans .
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deserves his promotion, and his many ..' .
4 friends, including all classes, are While they Last at 20c Can

pleased that he has been chosen to .
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every Independent its day St.papers the Petersburg publishes sun away office.doesn't Tuesday.a Independentgave free shine paper The on Our r Mall il Order r r D PeFariffleut ,,


the Independent Tuesday was !
$ the twenty-second time in forty-one 0
months that the Independent had to the Jeweler Write for Samples of anything you may need- '

L give its papers away under its volun- cheerfully sent. We pay postage and express on all out ,
tary contract with the public. This of town orders.

k be good advertising no doubt !
may ; .. OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
t about it being good publicity but is (Si

it desirable? Attention is directed
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chiefly to the fact that the sun didn't EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING Cape e l Oilandn n

shine in St. Petersburg on Tuesday. .

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Pure is'-'More 'Than I '
Eating Candy a | ROBINSON STARKEY, Managers | ,, TaE: : / OI ART .


Mere Pleasure Here's Why.Of I Ii :
a Matinee 2 to 10 P. M. IIMMHitHlllllltMtlMIMIt*

i Admission 5 cents fDHDGDHDODHCiIBCDflH)0 : "
course, hundreds of people all over the country I :;

eat Candy just because' they like Candy just,to Program I II I I ONLY TO DAYS LEFT !

satisfy that desire for something sweet--and you also , "Capt. Billy's Mate" (Bison) : .

have done the same thing many times.If A 2-reel feature drama full of heart :

interest. to obtain the excellent advice of

we can convince you that pure candy is "The Leper" (Champion) He Mo art it lib '

healthful really beneficial from a food stand. drama. e e IIIVUdIL
while. You can't : Mrs Gleason
A show worth your
point, why then you'll realize that your money is well afford to miss it.

spent when you buy Candy from our large assortment .

MAY CANVASS RETURNS AT -on-

SPECIAL MEETING
"FIGURE BEAUTY"


BUTT'S' KANDY KITCHEN[ board school A special may trustee canvass meeting election the of returns of the Tuesday of school the, The e Mo or1 week The guest only. of our Corset Section this lift e Mo oi1


and issue commissions to the newly

, ''elected' members, Messrs. J. W. Sim-

v ; The home of pure home-made Candies [eons, C. E. Howard and George Phil- YOUR APPEARANCE

lips. Though no announcement to

Orange Avenue Ais effect has been made the board The love of all for appearance will never J

has the authority to take such action. II ,1 change. Pride in appearance has made
Mr. James A .Knox, chairman of the T t
lie iviOllEL men and women successful-socially T lie itiOu1 t
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days, and it may be that the returns and otherwise. It is the woman who is 1

will go over to the next regular meet-
A SPLENDID SALE ing. most intensely interested in her appearance j .

WADE I who will find the greatest satisfac-! I
The big private sale of the choice
THE TUNER home site lots in Orange Park inau- LLOYD S. TENNEY SPEAKS AT tion in talking with. ,
ORLANDO FLA. LAKELAND INSTITUTEMr.
gurated yesterday and to continue all

s this choice week residential was a property success. laid This out is cer with. Lloyd headquarters S. Tenny,at executive Orlando offi-for I MODRT Mrs. Gleason f THE[ MODRT

Miss Ida Fell Patten, of Ellenton, !for. gentlemen's homes and has nat- the Florida Growers' and Shippers'League
Fla., is the guest of her uncle, Mr. ural beauty that is seldom found in Lakeland in our corset section this week. Do not
went to yesterday, &
'building lots. The
J. E. Turner, on Ruth avenue. II' have Colonial Land com- where he delivered an address before fail to take advantage of this unusual .
pany been wisely
very holding
Ladies' hair dressing, massage, the institute of farmers there on opportunity.
these lots for
a good class of people
shampoo, electric drier. 'Gem Barber and "Marketing Florida's Farm and Veg-
yesterday proved they were right. t
1-2-tf
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Shop. The better class of people went out etable Crops. litiiiiMtttllHIMIIOrlando's
Mr. and Mrs. B. L Thrasher, of to the sale and purchasers From Lakeland Mr. Tenny went to M
were nu-
Sanford, and Mr. and Mrs. Ferran, Mr. Ocala, to be present at the meeting to '
merous. Miller, the president, THE: ::1.I.1:0DA.ET
of Eustis, were in Orlando yesterdayfor gave a talk on the kind of property be held there today to consider the

a few hours. that enhanced fastest in value and all recent increase in express rates on .

Prof. Forrest Dabney Carr returned agreed with him that Orange Park Florida fruits and vegetables.

yesterday from Chattanooga, Tenn., was in the class that enhanced in \

where he went to sing at a concerton value fast. Very few of the visitors YESTERDAY'S ARRIVALS AT THE

last Tuesday evening.Mr. realized the beauty of the pretty parkon SAN JUANF.

and Mrs. C. Fairfax have arrived Spring Lake given by this com-
from Geneva, N. Y., and are the pany for the benefit of the owners of A. Florence, DeFuniak Springs; oe11ckarth Y
Atlanta J. M. Hatcher \
F. R. Champlin, ; -
Miss the lots in
guests of Mr. L. Cooley and Orange Park. An oppor- Savannah; H. M. Willson, Sharon,
Grace McCauley at 209 West street. tunity was given to visit this beauty Pa.; Ed. Buchholz, Sharon, Pa.; H. E. I

Mr. and\Mts. J. 3..,Hott have arrived spot. Most of the guests took ad- Swabey, Kissimmee; E. J. Garcia, St.
Louis S. McCain, Pittsburg Mrs. S.
;
vantage of it and with ;
and came
harlerof, Pa., are away
from
McCain, Pittsburg; Mrs. J. B. Curry,
}>pleasantly locktgd ar the remainderof many exclamations of pleasure and Pittsburg; Miss E. Boggs, Pittsburg; Largest Store

the season at 30(? Anderson street. with honest interest. L. D. McCain, Pittsburg; Hugh Du-
Seventj4-five presents were given val, Dayton, 0.; Geo. Upchurch, Jack-
Brick cheese, Philadelphia cream and sonville; B. Clowser, Jacksonville; "
away everybody was happy. Mr.
cheese, Pimento cheese, Swiss cheese, Geo. A. Dreffill, Atlanta; G. A. Neel, Quality Did It.
and at John F. Miller is now trying to arrange with Donar, Pa.; Mrs. G. A. Neel, Donar, .
2-ll-3t the City band to give a concert at the Pa.; T. M. Magruder, Baltimore; F.
Limburgerieese band stand by the San Juan hotel, C. Cochrane, Palatka; F. S. Cochrane, IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII11111111111111111111111'1'.
, Mr. W. Blackburn, where the autos leave from 1 to 2:30 Jr., Palatka; I. H. Rowe, Onionta, N. a .
Orlal- Y.,; O. E. Cetmlv.. Onionta. N. Y.; J. l
Post among ..
tft take the tmoeto.. out +...n. t\tA l\?, ..l/". A
and located t- "Uv 6 ;;)GlI. L'D tte Baltimore; C. H. Rein-
are
do's winter visitors of Orange Park. Today, Friday and hart, St. Louis; C. W. Huggins, Tam EXCHANGEWill
4 with Miss Le drum, 210 Patrick Saturday will close this opportunityto pa; C. W. Rogers, Tampa; A. Dorn, exchange a fine improved farm ilMMMIitiltlimii
:. street get these choice lots at the low New York; Mrs. Dorn, New York; R. of 160 acres in Minnesota for a bear- :
/ Lightfoot, the clever H. Cickley, Bidwdl, 0.; Mrs. R. H. ing grove not too far from Orlando. .
Mr. W. A. ,
price and easy terms they are sellingfor Cickley, Bidwell, 0.; L. B. Powell, Describe what you have and address, 4
commercial presentative of the J. now. It will pay you to drive out Tampa; C. Meyers, Boston; Mrs. C. "Exchange," care Sentinel. 2-12-lw : Cakes Cakes!
K. Orr Shoe /company, Atlanta, is in or go out in the company's cars and Meyers, Boston; J. A. Gallagher, II
Orlando todafy in the interest of his see Orange Park.COMMITTEE. Jacksonville; Leo Tyler, Jacksonville; I .
J. E. Phipps, Jacksonville; F. J. Dav- FOR RENT-Furnished dwelling, 7 :
firm. enport, St. Petersburg; H. H. Hirsch, rooms with bath and extra toilet on I
Mrs. Geo.I A. Floding and daughter, TO :MEET Atlanta; L Freeman, New York; Pat first floor. 210 Ridgewood avenue. :
Mrs. Ray launders, returned yester- C. Harper, Atlanta; L. T. Niblo, At- Present occupants have to return I We have added cake
lanta; C. H. Walker, Boston; R. L. North. 2-12-3t I II a depart-
day from untington, W. Va., where I There will be a meeting of the Or- Sledge, New York; W. A. Lightfoot, I I

they wen with the body of the late ange county Democratic executive Tampa; W. Lundren, Savannah; S. R. LOST-On the streets of Orlando, I ment and will sell you any

Ge".A. loding. committee, at the court house in Or- Cleveland, Watertown, N Y.; Mrs.S. wallet containing lot of insurance :
F Mr. y 7m. Henry and Ed. Rey, of lando, Fla., on Wednesday, February18th R. Cleveland, Watertown, N. Y.; paper. Finder return to P. W. San-I amount you want. Try some
C. Fred Bishart Louisville, N. Y.
;
k Minneapolis Minn., Frank Hebber andJ. 1914, at 11:30 o'clock a. m., for born at Wright's cigar store. 2-12-2t :
Mrs. C. F. Bishart, Louisville, N. Y.; of the following: Plain Raisin
BusI' ng, of Rochelle, N. Y., arrived the purpose of recommending to the R. F. Howe, Poland, N. Y.; Frank : ,
for general
yester ay and were among those registering governor a successor to fill the place Gautier, Jacksonville; L. M Blake WANTED-White housework. Suburban woman home. Small I i Citron, Marble, Lady Oriental
and wife, B. C. Bort and wife, Miss ,
at the Orland. made vacant by the death of Hon. L. Florence Earl, M. Foote and wife, family Good home, good pay. Ad- :
Nut Rich.
Mr.I and Mrs. J. E. Maginn arrived G. Starbuck, solicitor criminal court Mrs. A. J. Fontin, Miss Mattie Fontin, dress X. Y. Z., this office. 2-12-3t ,

yeste day from Toledo, Ohio, and are of record, Orange county, and to Miss Sallie Harris, Miss Hafer, Miss
transact other business which Sloan, Miss C. Mc abb, Miss M. Mc- HATCHING EGGS-S. C. White Leg-
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Tiedtkeat any
Nabb, Mrs. I. Norwood, Miss E. Scha- horn; Rhode Island Reds. 60c. per
thiir beautiful home on the corner may come before it. fer, Miss Fannie Rice, Mrs. E. dozen. R. Christensen, Orlando, Fla.

.of M gnolit, and Hillcrest.Fo SETH WOODRUFF, Chairman. Schwartz, Miss E. B. Schwartz, E. W. 2-12-2tdltw
JOSIAH FERRIS, Secretary. Toohr and- wife. Mrs.- Chandler Weaver THE SANITARY GROCERY
a nice, clean shave, or an Miss Weaver H. Whitcomb and of about
Orlando, Fla., Feb. 12, 1914. WANTED TO RENT cottage
artistfic hair cut, try the 0. K. Barber wife, Miss Beather Peters, T. F. Rice six rooms. Must be close in and
Shop on Boone'street two doors from and wife, conductor of the Gillispieparty. reasonable. Address J. L D., care CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
Churfh street. 2-7-6t DR. KERR BOYCE TUPPER TO- Sentinel 2-12-3t
NIGHTDr. 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street 4
)Ii Norma Gettier will take charge chauffeur.
THE FAVORITE TODAY WANTED-Position as
of ready-to-wear department of Kerr Boyce Tupper will lectureat Four years experience, any ma-
Dick 'on-Ives company. Her knowledge chine. Can care for car. L. Alexander -
[of this particular branch of bus- the Baptist church tonight at 8 Good pictures, good music, three care Sentinel.,, 2-12-3t CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS. 11
o'clock on "The Humorous Side of aPreacher's excellent reels.
incs and her charming individuality MMillQIUHMMmmiMltlMMIMMIIiMiiliiillftSpecial
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Life. The lecture is free,
will [make her a host of friends.G FOR SALE-Five-passenger Overland
and all are invited. Eat what you want. automobile. Owner has to return
[ests literally poured into the San
Eat all want.
you North. Can be seen at Phillips' garage -
Jua hotel yesterday and when the Take a postscript and forget it. 2-12-3t
The Orlando Business Men's Association
Sen inel representative copied the .For sale by all druggists.
held an important meeting last .
reg' kter at 9 o'clock last night eighty_ l-7-d&w.lyr Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em
evening. A motion was made and
thre j- names had been added to the al- on Court street 12-5-tf
carried that hereafter a monthly re- NOTICE
reaojy long list Of guests at the hotel Bargains .
port be made out by the secretary, of
p essrs. J. M. Buchanan, of MissisJP all people residing in the city who are Notice is hereby given that the Cityof LUTHER THE FLORISTCut
of Oklahoma Orlando, Florida, will on January 1,
i, and Z. N. Brock, in
delinquent their indebtedness
paying 1915, pay off with interest to that Flowers
w
t10 are spending the season in Win- and this report be supplied to date, bonds numbered 7, 8, 9, 10, 19
te Garden, came over to Orlando yes- the business and professional men of and 20, of the City of Orlando seven ROSES, VIOLETS, l-Four Passenger Cadillac $350
rday with Hon. A. B. Newton in hisr the city. per cent bonds, issued July 1, 1892,.
and spent the afternoon sigh'eeing :- according to the provisions made for CARNATIONS, PANSIES,
inland in redemption in said bonds. !-Five Passenger Hudson $500
city
in the prettiest
The Presbyterian ladies will givea Dated February 11, 1914. POTTED PLANTS
/Florida. reception in the church parlors this CARL JANSEN, City Clerk.

Mr. R. L Sledge, the affable representative afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock. The 2-12-lm These cars are in good shape, good

t of Belding Bros. & Co., silk hostesses for the occasion are Mes-

I manufacturers of New York city, is dames Ives, Scruggs, Lege, Siemens, BEAUTIFULAnd Good Wood $1.50 tires and ready to run.

in Orlando today, a guest of the San and Branch. All the members of the healthy hair can be had by using
Davis' and Hair $2 and $2.25
Sage Sulphur Rem- Better Wood -
has been com-
hotel Mr.
Sledge
"j church and invited
congregation are edy. 'Produces that soft, fluffy effect.
his city for the past eighteen and tourists and winter residents will Will remove dandruff and stop falling Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75 San Juan
t and is very enthusiastic over be specially welcome. This of course hair or your money back. Estes Garage Co.

CrLadc's bright outlook. includes the gentlemen, who are Pharmacy sells it. 7lwOSTEOPATHY This won't last long,

TEN YEARS IN ORLANDO urged to be present and enjoy the Stock up while you can. All Night ServiceAJAX
Chiropodist for both men and WOe hospitality. Light refreshments will
men. Manicure, pedicure, face and be served.
scalp massage. Feet a specialty. L. Orlando Wood Yard
J. Mustard, 117 Orange avenue, over DR. J. C .HOWELL TIRES don't cost any more and are guar

Curtis & O'Neal's store. 2-6-lm Eat what you want. Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointment 104 W. Pine St. anteed for five thousand miles.
Eat all
-- you want. No extra charge for house treatment
Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, Take a postscript and forget it. B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor
Telephone connections .
For sale by all durggists. .
Court street.
oa 124-tf l-7-d&w-lyr Office cor. Orange and Central Ayes. \
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I 311 North Orange avenue. 1-27-tf a large ice cream factory and bakery,
with retail store, all modem
equip
FOR SALE-Two good lots, 50x150.
ment brine freezer, cement 5.
storage
Will sell two for $600. Two
blocks tanks
and sales of six to eight hunt -
west from Orange avenue. Inquire a dred gallons week, all sold in
per town
C. B. Lamsen 202 West
,
Amelia
ArrivalsRatines Ave. where made, which is one of the best,.
2-8-6t
Y
: summer towns on Lake Michigan; a California Bungalows
suitable business for
persons having a
FOR SALE-600 of
acres high grade winter
business in the South. Any
Eponges Crepes Poplins citrus land; 2 miles facing Orlando person interested can see interior pho- Only one left to sell '
Terry and Oakland brick road, and 2 1.2 tographs of this place, by addressing

: Cloth, Lawns in the latest colors. Ladies miles Orlando on, Fla.lake shore. S. S. Griffin,I J. S. Colvin, Orlando, Fla. 2-4-tf Fine Location. Large Lot

Home Journal Patterns :
at good just for inside pasture city or limits.trucking Equally pur- FOR REm Built and sold four Bungalows in less

poses. For price, call on or address, than three months. .
McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT Miss Bernice Smith, Orlando, Fla. A FIVE-ACRE TRUCK FARM in ::
1-30-2W Orlando for rent. Apply to 3071. Good values are soon discovered. .
East Pine street. 2-8-6t i:

STORE Five-room bungalow FOR SALE; three spacious FOR RENT-Two nice light house :I-: Price $2 750

piazzas; sleeping porch, and all mod- keeping rooms; close in; $16.00 per I_
ern improvements. 506 Lexington St. month. 206 E. South St. 2-8-3t
I: Inspect No. 5
28. S. Orange Ave. 1.15.1m Bungalow today.

FOR RENT-Large attractive
room
THIRTY ACRES, high, fine round in new bungalow. 203 Ridgewoodavenue. I
timber; cut over once; three acres .
cleared and planted in orange and I 2-4t1 FRED. B. DALE Owner
r grapefruit; lake front and beautiful ,4
F location for a home; one mile and a: EIGHT-ROOM furnished house; gas!
quarter from Ocoee. $800. A. M. and electric lights. 205 E. Robins
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THAT GIVES THE NEWS FIRST

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{ Washington, Feb. 10.-Excellent The Daily Morning Sentinel is See Corner

'conditions in American foreign trade [printed at night after the big news of WAKE UP !

: ,II were shown in a statement today the day is all in. It is delivered in .
made public by William C. Redfield, the morning and its readers furnished It is time all housewives should begin to take notice. tOur

secretary of commerce. In the last with the latest news from all partsof Lake and Anderson lable on your package bears the distinct mark of T T

six months of 1913 our excess of exports the world. $5.00 a year, $2.50 six PURITY.

over imports, or "favorable months; 50 cents a'month; 10 cents a IN BUYING
trade balance," grew $38,401,934, or !week. Streets r
such articles as VANILLA and LEMON Extracts, Mus-
ten per cent., being in the latest pe-
tard, Cloves, Tumeric, Cinnamon, Black Pepper, Red
riod more than $366,000,000. He Warman and
Repairs Retires
Baby, Pepper, Sage, Whole and Powdered Nutmeg, Allspice,
says: Carriages on Court street. 125tfPEOPLE'S
'111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111I and Ginger, you should use the same reason and Judg-
"If continued at this rate throughthe -
balance of the fiscal year, it is apparent ment you do in buying your
that the balance in our favor WANTSMUNNIMAKERS FOR SALE-The best real estate bar-,FOR RENT-New, furnished rooms, OLIVE OIL.
gain in town, either for investmentor in new modern house; kitchenetteif
would far exceed anything hitherto home. For particulars, call on desired; rent reasonable. 14 East You buy your OLIVE OIL from us bteause you knowit
known. owner, C. S. Hamblin, Rowland's I Amelia, next to Wyoming. 2-12-3t is Pure Virgin Oil. This same purity applies to evt

"The imports for December are the Notices of Lost. Wanted. For Sale, For Grocery. 2-7-6t FOR RENT-Large, well furnished ery other article. A few drops of OUR EGTRACTS twill
largest in the history of the country, Rent etc., for this column 25c for one day room to persons wishing suburban
COe for three days, or $1.00 for one week, for FOR SALE Accommodations; also 2 acres good go as far as a teaspoonful of some other make.
aggregating $184,587,571, an increaseover 25 words or less. Money must One two-horse
accompany wagon; one two-seat truck land, close in. Good opportu-
the month October the advertisements for this column as no three horses. Pure Vanilla Bean Extract, 3 Oz. Bottle 25 cents. t
largest previous ( insertions will be made on credit spring wagon; wagon nity for right person. Address "A"
=, 1912) of $6,599,585, or 3.7 per Cheap. R. E. Kelsey, Oviedo, Fla. Sentinel. 9-8tf Pure Vanilla Bean Extract, 6 Oz Bottle, 50 cents.
j cent." FOR SALE 131.2w Pure Vanilla Bean Extract, 12 Oz Bottle, $1.00. '

; Further comparing December, 1913, FOR SALE-If you wish to purchasea FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS f
and October, 1912, he shows that the house and lot try No. 9 East liv- Fresh Jersey cow, third calf; perfectly
largest item of increase is in crude ingston avenue. It is for sale. 7-6t gentle, and free milker. Can WANTED-General servant. Apply
be seen at Oak Knoll farm. Fogg & I DeLaney & AbernethyDRUGGISTS j
s materials for use in manufacturingand :FOR SALE-House and lot. 412 East Osteen, Altamonte Springs, Fla. I 4U4 t; Central avenue. 2-10-3t
the next largest in foodstuffs in I Pine street. Best bargain in city. 1-31-tf WANTED-Two honest, reliable, and
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crude condition and food animals.
I AUTO BARGAIN
stand during fair week. Write at
There is a decrease in manufactured FOR SALE OR KENT-With stock .. .
I I Late Studebaker roadster, perfect once to R. G. White, Winter Park, ,
and tools
goods. He continues: best farm in county; variety -condition, guaranteed. Original price Fla. 2-ll-3t -,
fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- $800 for immediate sale Leav-
"As the increase in the ; $350.
against exports to-date buildings, etc. Box 144, Orlando ing city. Wm. R. Cunningham, Wil- WANTED-Permanent postion by experienced to till 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 III' 11111 11111 lilt
of fully. finished manufactures.. J. Van Buskirk. 12.21.tfI lola hotel Phone. 2-10-3t lady stenographer. References : \
s the importations during December, I I I furnished if desired. Address"C : Real Estate Agents, Investors and HomyseekersATTENTION
k 1913, of manufactures ready for consumption FARM LAND LAKE EOLA LOTS ," care Sentinel. 2.10-3t

show an actual falling off ofT 120 acres, near Orlando, must be I We'will put on the market Febru- WANTED-Man with horse or mule !: k!
sold. Make me an offer. C. D. Chad- ary 16th 22 lots overlooking Lake
who take of and live
can care
5 with over two the million largest dollars importing in comparison month wick 2-6-6t, 19 W. Church St., Orlando, Fla. Eola desirable, comprising building some sites of in the Orlando.most on place. He may also grove care for other : I offer for $1,900 two-story, six-room cottage, with '
I as this one will not require
groves
(October, 1912) in the country history Our agent, H. C. McDaniel, has been constant attention. Apply Jas. E. rose house and shed. Located at 307 West street, north.
hitherto."It FOR SALE AT A BARGAINFORTEN ,instructed to put such prices on these Crawford, city. 2-10-tf Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x|117. Alsosixroom
DAYS I I[lots as will sell them. We want our I bungalow; oil finish, double veranda*? Special
will be that the A
apparent new five-room house and lot; bath money and they are bargains. See .WANTED good young girl to assist -
{ tariff has not thus far resulted in any and modern conveniences; hot and H. C. McDaniel for prices. Wilson & with housework. Apply to 307 heating and bath room facilities. Large, roo\my base-
material increase of importations of |cold water, and electric lights. House Toomer. 2-10-6t .Broadway. 2-6-6t ment, wainscoated and sealed, suitable for lalmdry or
manufactured articles to with comparatively new. For price, call at I I II furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose house or \fernery.
compete No. 411
Boone FOR SALE
street. Telephone 364. YOUR SUIT WANTS PRESSING.Just House fronts Price $2,20A.
the products of our own factories, but 2-ll-6t on Ridgewood avenue. These.
Farm of
twenty acres, ten acres ring 443 for the Arcade Press-
lots connect at the with house
I
corners, rose between.
rather that its important effect has cleared,
seven acres cultivated. 21-2 ing Club. The boy will call Club
; been to add to our food supply in sucha Six hundred FOR acres SALE timber land, and miles west of Taft P. 0., near Lake rate, 8 pieces $1. Ladies' work a spe offer the whole for, $3,800 and allow dealer's com 1ission.
Davis. Good wire fence to all
way as either to prevent additions I;,ten acre orange grove, with two milesof ,sides. Small new house and on three well. cialty. 1-10-lm Open %

Z to prices already high or else to reduce one lake of the shore, near Winter Garden, About 15,000 feet of saw timber. LOST-Gold crescent set with pearls, E. N. COY
; greatest and
trucking
them. Land all "
citrus centers of Florida. dry and suitable for truck- yesterday, somewhere between 413S. !
The orange ing or citrus fruit. Am too old to Main street and Windermere hotel.
will t
crop pay interest the 307 West St. North,0rlando
on whole
work it ,
and
will sell
at Finder
investment. a bargain. leave at Miss McKee's at 413S.
i Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel Terms. S. S. Griffin, Owner, Box LJ ,
t. owner, Orlando, Fla. 2-5 l-12-lm-d&w 137, Taft, Fla. Main and receive liberal reward.
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Young Women's Christian As- Mrs. Duncan U. Fletcher, of Jack-!ing in an automobile, the driver of .1..IIII..IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.lllllllllllllllllte
sociation in Jacksonville has been con- sonville, was the hostess at a bril-I which is unknown. The escape was Cooper & Atha I
ducting a campaign in order to raise liant social affair held in the Congressional carefully planned. She is being
l subscriptions to the amount of $10- club rooms in Washingtona sought by the police.A 114 South Orange Avenue. THE MARKETOf
000, of which $5,000 is to be used in few afternoons ago.
Ground Floor.
remodeling the association home and tourist hotel is said to be Fort
the second $5,000 for current expenses Madge Hastings, a young white Pierce's greatest need at the present Members of the Real Estate Cleanliness Of Quality
for 1914. The campaign is time.
I woman who was imprisoned at the Exchange.We .
now nearing the end and the commit- farm in Jacksonville,
prison escaped FRESH AND SALT MEATS
tees in charge have met with Jiberal from the institution Saturday morn Read the advertisements daily. offer the following bargainsfor
response. this week: FISH AND GAME
Five acre tract near town; good
In the annals of Palm Beach extending I1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111ORlANDO ,citrus land. $50 per acre. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
back twenty years it is recorded I Ten acre corner on hard road Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
near city limits. Big bargain.
but once before today that a
4 woman dove off the top of the casino OPERA[ HOUSE[ Choice location for home and and pure.
into the pool eighteen feet below. grove. $1,000.
Five 230 I We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
Miss Frederick\Hoyt, a slip of a girl, acre grove; grapefruitand
only 19 years ol J,daughter of Freder- ONE NIGHT ONLY orange trees seven years everything in the Meat Line. ,
ick Hoyt of New\York,took the jump old; choice budded'fruit. $2,200.
head first. The ether girl was Miss Full bearing grapefruit and or-
Helena 0. Jones,\ f Sea Gate, who SATURDAY, Feb. 14thThe ange grove; good buildings; The PARLOR MARKETH.
dove here four ,.& rs ago.-Palm eight year old budded trees.
Beach Amusement Co., Presents Price $4,500.
Note in Times Union. Novelty
r Ten acre fine citrus and garden M. Self & Co.
J Daisy Leroy, The Woman oi Mystery land, well fenced; new five room
,.. bungalow; near town. Big bar- PINE STREET
tor.
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taster supported by her own specially selected gain, only $2,200.
company of singers, dancers, comedians, Ve have a complete list of both Phone No. 80IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIMIMIMHIIIIIHIll
novelty acts, city and country property, some
OStf opatH : Physician of which are rare bargains.
Sketch Artists Etc.
.4t 132 Orafige Avenue ,
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Ne Next door tcupstairs' People's Bank, Miss Leroy will answer all questions from the stage
I Acute and chron- .
! free. If you are in doubt ask Miss Leroy.
i i icj diseases 0 treated.

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We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

inter Coats, Wool Dresses made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.

Boy Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.

Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Ore Dry Goods from H. B. Claim & Co.
and Coat Suits .
& Co. Best place in the city to trade.

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[our choice oi any $20 to $45 Coat at . . $9.98 :I II I W. SLEMONS .


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I we close out all our winter goods at once. Some swell gar- ,

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I I Parties' Were Formerly Kentucky S

Mountaineers and Bad Blood ,

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E !CIESfATEBA v Ic ORINDffI ; DeLand, Fla., Feb. 11.-Tom Baker, ,# '.' 1

a farmer and old resident, was shot

and fatally wounded by Walter Pro- Orlando Bond

I IU tI I 1 vence, his son-in-law, near Lake Helen -

this morning. :

Baker was driving along the road

when Provence is alleged to have fireda = 3 [1> r1 Cent
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load of buckshot from the bushes.

Provence came to DeLand and gave .

himself up.

The shooting is said to have been = '

LONG ESTAPLISHED the result of an old family grudge. Only a few left, we offer thorn to
SArE.CONSERVATtytACCOWMODATING
Baker will likely live but a few

hours. you at Par and interest. Dsnomi-
Both parties were formerly Ken-
CONSERVATIVE BANKING POLICYIt tucky mountaineers.

dons $]00 and up. .
Baker Dies and Provence Is Heldin =
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Bank of Orlando to exercise conservatism in the management Baker died today as the result of a

shot fired by his son-in-law, Walter 4/7SNA1 iii
; and handling of all banking business. Provence; of Lake Helen. Provenceis .

separated from his wife, who with We will be
We believe that this prudent feature is appreciatedby pleased to help
4 their child, lived with her father. Pro- rmmn

our customers, as attested by increasing business. vence was not allowed to see the k
you make up your Income xl --
child, and a quarrel ensued. Provence 0

claims he shot in self defense; Baker I a MO WON

claimed that he was ambushed. Pro- Tax Return ., Jt 0 FL o

I-r vence, in the last stages of consump- :

M tion, is confined in the county jail.



9 WEALTHY GREEK[[ MERCHANT[ KillS f'ft :

':' "It is a pleasure to serve you."
ANOTHER[ Of HIS RACE[

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a Two Men Met Early in Morning and

a Shot Troubles Out Between
ThemselvesA
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. CLUB BRILLIANT special Tarpon Springs un- yl i, ' l'i' 4, IlllillaHl'llh' ;{ I, II- .VIIN. IL, ? ; I ,V I.I.II Milli ,I'I II I, ,',/! h +I , 'r, -.
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. date Tuesday says: IIIIi III I l'I{ ll l l l v'I I IIII III r lhI I ILl' Il bulnl.I ? I n ?.l.I I 1 a I I I'1 IUI NNiI IIINVI IIIII a l I!111 r l l IP rY ll I'fgll'l I I Il
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' The regular meeting of the Bow- The regular monthly dance at the u Panagis _Vassalou was shot and .

'. Knot club was held Tuesday afternoonat Country Club, postponed from last morning killed by at Emmanuel 6:30 o'clock Macinaris in the coffee this 1 II ==} ;;L CI,=
the home of Mrs. Monroe. week, was much enjoyed !FCll- O.
by a large shop owned by A. Kritsandimas. Both .
: Beside the regular tables of "five and merry crowd last evening. Sev- \
parties were natives of Aegina, c cLI
hundred" a quartette of guests en- enty.five couples were present. ,
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Greece, and had been in Tarpon
;;, joyed some interesting games of Under the able management of the
1 bridge, Mrs. McIlvaine making highest efficient; committee in Springs nine years. The trouble had
charge Mr.
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: score and receiving a dainty silk LeRoy Giles being chairman its origin last night, when it is alleged

.' work bag as prize. The ladies share by Mrs. Jas. Laughlin III., Mrs., assisted Bee- of Vassalou liquor being under at the the homeof influence LI Souvenir Spoons C'o
appeared
ing in this contest were Mrs. Carr, man, Mrs. Thayer and Mr. Donald
Macinaris and his visit attended
: Mrs. Wescott and Miss Hudson. Cheney) all arrangements was
Mrs. Hopper, who is visiting Mrs. made. were happily by some disagreeable features. ine0!
We have and
Temple, substituted for Mrs. Aber- Excellent music by the orchestra Early this morning Macrinaris came a large complete \ t
down town and called
at the coffee
nethy and was awarded the guest from the Grand theater

prize, a pretty card case. dancers, while others delighted enjoyed the the shop,quarrel where he ensued met Vassalou.A and :Macrinaris. State Spoons and Orlando Spoons j'j'v

Two of the regular members, Mrs. scene as lookers-on. Late in the
Lawton and Mrs. Chalfant, won equal evening the guests were drew a pistol and shot Vassalou in the "
served with left breast his heart. v and I;
honors over "five hundred," hence are very appetizing sandwiches and coffee near He died Come see.
in
five minutes. No
held
inquest was
privileged to wear the two club pins the whole affair '
proving a pleas- V
because there were several witnesses ,
t.. for this fortnightA ant success. o 0

delicious salad course was en present.

joyed after the games, Mrs. Monroe MRS. GEO. P. WALKER ENTERTAINS After this Macrinaris stepped into '

being assisted by Mrs. Wistar, her FRIENDS INFORMALLY an auto and went to Clearwater*and ALLEN & CO Jeweler!

:, house guest. Others who joined the gave himself up to the sheriff. He ff
has firm of
engaged a Tampa lawyers ,
party for the latter part of the after Mrs. Geo. P. Walker, of Washing-
to defend him and will possibly be
Miss Romaine Clark Miss !
noon were : ton, Pennsylvania, entertained some '
released
Gaby and Mrs. Corwin. forty of her friends on bond. Guaranteed. Reliable -
3 very delightfully The sad part of the affair is that Everything Repairing .
yesterday afternoon at the home of n n
the men were close friends from the
MRS. SPENCER AND MISS KILMER Mrs. H. B. Myers on West street. JIr il II II II I --
THE HOSTESSES same country. Mr. Macrinaris was an
Fragrant yellow
_!_,_ .. jessamine, with influential man among his .ueonle. and -
I pInK ana waste roses, made ef-

q s May Mrs.Kilmer Lucien were A. Spencer hostesses and for Miss a I the fective decorations, much admired very by I also Mr. Vassalou a brother leaves and a two host sisters of friends, to, mum is UP AND WIll ra[ TO''SNEAK( THIEF GETS AWAY 'W ,II MONEY COUNTY ammo nor {IEDNES-

particularly pretty and enjoyable card As guests.this was a "fancy-work-party" mourn his loss. The burial will take PlAY TODAY AND DIAMOND DAY OF NEXT WEEK

afternoon. The Rosa- place tomorrow morning.ATIMPBPE. -
party yesterday the ladies were soon busily
lind club rooms, where the affair was dainty needlework the engagedover Xlf you should hear an unusual noise They have arrived! The thieves and The Democratic executive c )mmit-

given, were tastefully decorated with passing most pleasantly, for afternoon all present me BASEBALL mf[ R RECEIVED[ [ today, do not be surprised; maybe it burglars that have been operating in tee of Orange county will meetWednesday
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flame vine, the mantel being banked Light refreshments will be the fountain playing in Eola other towns have evidently entered of next week, Ft bruary
were enjoyed
with the brilliant blossoms, while long amid the pleasant social chat park. Orlando for a season of operations.The 18, to nominate a successor to the

sprays were twined most effectively The fountain has been set up, and home of C. A. Barnes, at Cen late L. G. Starbuck, county so ''icitor. ,

around the white pillars. GENTLEMEN'S EVENING was tried out yesterday. It works tral and Gould, was the first to be There are only two candidat ;s for
AT
I The prizes were dainty Japanese ROSALIND CLUB THE Charles Comiskey Recovers From a beautifully, but there is generally a I professionally visited by the lodestone the place, Messrs. Jos. H. Jon :s and

flower baskets filled with nasturtiums, Severe Attack in Time to pretty stiff breeze from the lake, and i artists. W. L. Tilden. Both applicants are

and were won "by Mrs. J. B. Lawton. Tonight will be the See Pius if you should happen to get in between I Yesterday afternoon between the :well known. Mr. Jones has practiced
monthly "gen-
Sr., and Mrs.Beatty. Thirteen tablesof tlemen's; the fountain and the lake hours of three and four-twenty, while before the bar in Orange county fora
evening" at the Rosalind ilub, Rome Feb. 11. Charles A. Comis- rainintheface.1The (: f
of the the members of the family were in number of and
players contested, and a number of and the committee in may get some I years Mr. Tilden is
friends joined them later, delicious I ing of Mrs. Thayer charge, consist- key, president of the Chicago Ameri- work of grading the walks and 'town, the house was ransacked and a I a county boy and one of the younger

chicken patties, cheese balls, sand Newell, Mrs. Fuller, and chairman, Mrs. cans, was well enough today to go other improvement work which Is be number of valuables were taken. Fortunately -I attorneys. Both have their friends
Mrs. S. A. with the members of the baseball for the victims there lit .
of Mr. was and the
wiches done under the direction contest will be
and coffee being served at the Johnson, have ing an interesting-
arranged a unique entertainment teams to the Vatican. the house but all but ,
close of the afternoon. Miss Werner Nehrling is progressing rap tle money in a one.
Shepherd having The American visitors were intro few pennies disappeared, the amount I The official call
Assisting the hostesses were Miss consented to conduct idly. appears elsewhere
a dancing class duced to the pope by Monsignor Chas. being between four and six dollars. .in the Sentinel Chairman
Evelyn Spencer, Miss Vida Miller, for the Seth
amusement of
the
guests. A. O'Hern, vice rector of the American - I The belonged to' little :Miss Woodruff i
money received
Mrs. C. W. Smith, Mrs. L. II. law- Those who wish to cards Fire broke out Saturday morning (( yesterday a letter
play will I
college in Rome, who explainedthe Ella Mae Wallace the little daughter
,
from Governor
Park
rence and Mrs. C. G. Wescott. find tables in readiness in a Greek bakery building on the i TrammeU formally -
the
club national interest taken in baseballin of Mr. J. C. Wallace, who, with his calling his attention
and
rooms to be at 8 o'clock river front in Tarpon Springs to tie Vacancy -
open and the
the United States. family, boards with :Mr. Barnes. Miss which existed and
with twenty-mile gale blowing at suggesting
CECILBRUINGTONYesterday dancing will a
begin an hour later. The pope greeted the visitors with the time the building was consumed Wallace lost also a ring set with opal;that the committee act as som as

great cordiality. and ruby. Mrs. Barnes lost an unset convenient A
of
afternoon at 5 o'clock at W. C. T. U. MEET houses were also burned. A quantity copy the letter was
Immediately after the audience at considerable size. There
of
diamond
sent to
the pretty home'of the bride's I before the fire department could do every member of the con-
par the Vatican, Mr. Comiskey went to a were several marked pieces of jewelryin mittee.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Cecil, 519 The W. C. T.. U. will meet in the any good. Two small tenement \
he
where
medical institute left
was ex the house, but these were
DeLaney street, Miss Mabel Cecil Presbyterian of sponge was also burned with the
was Sunday school room Fri amined by Prof/ Ulderico de Luca, Only such items as could not be readily A Seaboard Air Line
united in marriage to Mr. E. B. Bru- day afternoon bakery. freight trap
promptly at three
with the aid of the
X-rays. identified were stolen. The police operated between Live
ington, of Muncie, Ind. The wedding o'clock. The program will be givenby Oak and Rive-
were notified of the theft and the Junction ran into '
ceremony was performed by Rev. J. the tourists, each telling of the Lakeland's great white way shone a washout fou.

E. Wray, pastor of the Methodist W. C. T. U. work done in her state. JOHN O DOE E f FOUND; fATHffi 0 f forth in all its resplendent glory tonight jewelers the lost diamond.were given a description of miles Gadsden west of Mount Pleasant stationin

church. Only relatives and a few Among the speakers will be Mrs. and Lakeland now bears the county, Friday night, two

close friends were present Stella B. McGee, of Oklahoma; Mrs. TWENTY[ OUNCE E BABE distinction of being the only town be negro trainmen being instantly killed.

After an enjoyable wedding supper Maddell, of Canada; Mrs. Hildebrant, tween Tampa and Jacksonville with a Port St. Joe is pleased over the The engineer was,badly injured. The

the happy couple left on the 6:40A. Mrs. Van Vranklin, of Michigan; Miss white way system. There is in the prospect of having large lumber mills washout was caused by the heavy deluge -

C. L. train for a visit to St. Peters Ina M. Holcombe, of Pennsylvanian Newspapers Refuse to Give NoticeBecause system over 4,200 feet of installation, located near there. Reports to the of rain which fell in West florida .
of the Well Known
burg and other points of interest i will give the reading "Two Homecom sixty-three handsome iron ,standards, effect that capitalists have been on Friday. The country west of

the state. Upon their return to Or ings," the piece she received a diamond Cognomen bearing five cluster lamps, each clus the ground and are carefully consid Quincy was flooded.

lando they will remain her efor an medal on. Charleston, W. Va., Feb. .-' 1r s. ter giving out 340 candle power Igiht, ering the advisability of either buying REAL INDIANS-

indefinite sojourn. Let every visiting "White Ribbon- John Doe gave birth to a twenty- or 3,400 candle power to the block, out and extending some existing AT FAVORITE
Red
The groom is a street contractorwho er" be present to hear all of thesegood ounce child Friday. Newspaper reporters there being an average of ten stand plants or establishing new ones, are Eagle, Sky Eagle and Clyde

has been working in Orlando, and things to take back to your home refused to take the announcement ards to each block, five on either sideof current and authentic. Port St. Joe "Blue Shirt, formerly of Miller Bros.

the bride has been a winter visitor union. I offer 101" Ranch, in all the Indian dances
seriously because. the family the street and about sixty to seventy has splendid opportunities to ,
for several, seasons. Both are from in! and rope tricks. The greatest and
A TOURIST. name. Physicians today substantiatedthe feet apart.-Lakeland Note the harbor being among the best on
Muncie, Ind., and had known each other highest salaried Indian team in the
k report. The baby is claimed to Times-Union of 8th. the West Coast and one that can easily -
South, at the Favorite theater the
for many years. Everybody is daily reading it, because be the smallest healthy child within: figure extensively upon its proximity balance t
of
the week with
beginning
it is a better paper every day- the knowledge of local medical men. The Sentinel has all the news worth to the Panama canal-Times- tonight. '

Sentinel want ads. are read. The Daily Sentinel. It will be named Woodrow Doe. while. [Union Short Talks. 211.3t q f 1


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