Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00329
 Material Information
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 13, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00329
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
lccn - sn 96027193
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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GROUNDS MAKING READY\ I i0 rN[ ;I Leader Officials'Says:Much If They More_ Faster Would Cities Grow Had Such Mattie Will B. Be Davis New Improved Property Owner_ by Sold the and ON OVERCHARGESSINCEFEBRUARYI t Y,1

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ALL SPACE,1,1IN Will ORGANIZE BUIlDING AND The party of twenty-eight tourists The beautiful residence propertyon information had been furnished by
from New York under the
the MattieB.
chaperonage Lake Lucerne, known as their agents at many points in the

EXHIBITION BUILDINGS lOAN ASSOCTION TOOA Y of Mr. T. F. Rice for the Gilles- Davis place, was sold to Fred B. ADVANTAGE TO FLOR-

IS ENGAGED pie-Kinports company were given an : Dale Thursday morning through the I IDA SHIPPERS state.When this was fully explained there '

automobile ride yesterday which em- real estate firm of Cooper & Atha. was a much better understanding of

Meeting to Be Held in Citrus Room braced all the points of interest about The lot has a frontage of one hun- the rates that are now going into

Over People's Bank at the city, including Maitland and Win- dred feet and depth of two hundred

SAlE[ Of PARK\NG\ PI.ACES BUN[ I I Four O'clockA ter Park, returning to the San Juan I feet and is improved with a seven- NEYiRATES[ ARt TO Bt EXPLAINED: force from Florida.on these It commodities was shown that shipped lots

for luncheon. room residence. It is considered one
aggregating over one hundred pounds
meeting of those interested in I It was an ideal day, and the visitors of the choicest residence locations in could be \
shipped on a much cheaper
MANY RACE HORSES HAVE AR- the movement to organize a buildingand I gave evidence of their delight. Orlando. basis than the single crate rate which

RIVED AND ARE BEING loan association will be held i in.I They said they had not seen the:real The new owner will soon make some EXPRESS AGENTS GIVEN WRONG has been the system in force up to

the Citrus Room over the People'sbank Florida until they came to Orlando. handsome improvements on the prop-
WORKED ON TRACK 1 February 1st, but which was aban-
this afternoon at four o'clock. Messrs. B. C. Boot and N. E. Foote, erty. Mr.,Dale is a great believer in
t doned
through the recent ruling of the
EVERY DAY i, Mr. Douglas R. Ellerbe, who is in i : of the party, were callers at the Sentinel Orlando and her future, which he has WILL BE REFUNDED WITH. interstate commerce commission.The .

i charge of the organization, says that t; office last night, and expressed demonstrated by the investments OUT CLAIM

Scenes of great activity are being his canvass of the business men has i it 1|their delight at having visited Or- made here in the past few years. express company will adver-

enacted at the fair grounds daily,I I been even more encouraging than h e J lando. They said they would like too Among the many building projectsMr. tise- the. new.. rates and the methods of

t and a visit there yesterday by a Sentinel -I expected, and it is the purpose to gi >;j remain longer, but were compelled togo Dale has handled, his Margaret Special Ocala to, the Fla.Sentinel., Feb. 12.-At a meeting figuring them throughout the state
I I and will reimburse for
representative gave proof ahead with the organization this> on as .the party was traveling ont street operations have probably been here today of the Southern Express any over-
that all will be in readiness for the afternoon and affairs into workin schedule and had in charges without the formality of filing -
get a to complete then the most, successful. He arrived officials and representatives from va- claims. .

opening Tuesday. shape. As much of the work as cabe tour within three weeks. They will Orlando from, his summer vacation in rius trade bodies and shippers' organ-

Practically all the space in the exhibition done at the meeting will be ac- leave on the first morning train for the North on October 13th. On No- izations throughout the state, the In general the new rates are mate-

buildings has been engaged, complished.Mr. | Tampa and St. Petersburg. vember 3rd he broke ground for five i matter of express rates on fruits and I rially lower than the old ones and

and the decorations for the most part Ellerbe is experienced in thi sj I; The automobile trip, for which a California bungalows. They were vegetables from Florida points to the i| ultimately will be of great advantageto

have been hung and will be completed work, having served in official capac> dozen cars were donated by generous .completed in every detail and ready East, North and West was thoroughly Florida express shippers.The .

before the end. of the week. ity for a building and loan associatio:n. citizens, was arranged by Mayorr' : for the market December 5th, and all discussed. rates

The Oscebtla county space, which is in South Carolina. He is familia Sperry and Commissioners Johnson were sold but one by February 1st.SATURDAY'S on cantaloupes and beets
Considerable light was thrown I have been generally increased, but the
being put inshape for the reception with the plan and procedure, and regards sand! Robertson. All were hearty in upon
Edmund Swa-. the express rates and their application -: express officials granted a new weight
of the exhibitor Mr. such an organization as an iir:voicing their pleasure, and Mr. ,Rice CONTEST AT THE schedule
bey, is to be located in the east wing' !i portant factor in the development c>If addressed the following letter of appreCIation -I GOLF LINKS which resulted in much informa- on beets in barrel crates

of the main buHdfog, and will be the any town that has one. I to the : tion being given to the express offi- which reduces materially the rates on
from i mayor cials illustrating the fact that wrong I this commodity.
first to be seen by) visitors thej' Hon. E. F. Sperry, Mayor, Orlando, The item for Saturday in the golf

entrance gate, a / banner stretched directing Will [F.PECT RBflS[ TO PUNH\ : Florida: program at the Orlando Country Club
across the facadeof? the building : My Dear Mr. 'Sperry:-On behalfof reads.

attention! to, it. of The alternate back-\ BANDIT CASTIllO the members of my party, I wish "Old Men vs. Young Men. Eighteen DAY P ASSS[ WITUOUTNEWSOfKIDNAPPW

ground decorations are 1 to thank you and the residents of the Heles. Handicap." '

strips of red and) white, and a canary city for the hospitable treat- of and constitutes -
I kindly Forty years age over
colored streame proclaims, "Osceola, Secretary Bryan Sends Carranza and I ment that we received during our too i old men.Grandfathers. CHILD ORiflOSE WUO CARRIED hERAWAYIn [
/ Counties Watch
Queen of Sout em ; I
Villa Word That Outlaw short stop in your beautiful city. I allowed two strokes

Her Grow. /The lettering on this Must Be Executed have made many trips through Florida in,addition to ,regular handicap. .
dolne in silver with shading -
streamer is and thought that I knew the state Visitors and strangers are cordially Yesterday was a dreary and tear-' ered the child in her entered
l.nd in arms,
of black red. Tanks are i Special to the SentineLWashington thoroughly, but for several years II welcomed to all the contests at the wet day for the grandmother and the and

place here for I the fish exhibit and outside Feb. .-Mexicans I have 'lost valuable time by not getting I II club. Saturday's play will be inter- I aunt of little Catherine McCallie, who car knew was what speeding away before
to the rid'ht of the wing entrancea I guilty of murdering Americans, particularly -J acquainted with the people of Orlando. esting. There is a good deal of cock- was stolen while at play in Washington -. any Edward McCallie, was the child's taking father place.

I. tent stable ftas been erected for the i Castillo and his bandits, : If more public officials would do sureness on the part of the young street shortly after three o'clock to whom the of the ,
custody little
ponies will be brought be the rebel girl
Shetland which must apprehended by i as you have done today, it would mean men, but an old time golf observerwas Wednesday afternoon. j was awarded when the decree of divorce
from Kissi*mee for the'show.. leaders and promptly punished. This 1 I much to the tax payers. We leave heard to remark today that from No word of the missing child came -
spacles in the main building demand made the state was secured at Reno Jittle more
The was today by i Orlando with regret at not being able his observations he thought the talent to Mrs. T. H. McCallie, the grandmother than
a reached
year ago, Jacksonville
follows I
have been fillotted as : department. I,to remain longer, and we assure you, lay on the side of the old men. The nor to Mrs. Devine, the aunt,'' yesterday
morning, having
South Wing I Army officials and those of the responded
Mr. Mayor, that your beautiful little contest Saturday, however, will deter- nor to the chief of police, although without
First __ty feet on west-Ocoee, state department let it become known [ delay to a telegram from his
Winter G Jrden' and Tildenville.Second ; city, and your people will always find mine this. numerous messages were sent imme- mother. He sent her
I a
[thirty feet-Apopka. that they place no credence in Cas-''a warm place in the hearts of the There will be a sweepstakes tourna- diately after the occurrence for police -' message yesterday
I I saying that he would remainin
Entire >ist side-Seminole county. tillo's reported execution. Until I i members of the Gillespie-Kinports ment with first and second prizes and officers to be on the lookout at' Jacksonville
Center] itrus Exchange. something is shown more than a mere for a day or two to
I I tour. the giving of the prizes pretty Palatka, Jacksonville and other pointsfor await
developments and
West Wing would then
statement his death the
Entir i west wing-Volusia county. I Cordially yours, certainly' tell where the talent is. the appearance of a handsome'I come on to Orlando. His mother replied -
will be branded false.
East Wing story as T. F. RICE, Conductor. woman of brown eyes and hair accompanied to his

Ent re east wing-Osceola county. I Secretary Bryan today let the two' February 12, 1914., ADMINISTRATION MUFFLER PUT by a little girl of five. t would join him message in Jacksonville.saying that she
North She
Wing rebel leaders Carranza and Villa,'I
transpired yesterday
We .
exhibit agricultural to leave
side-General ; expects the
t on afternoon
know that he looks to them for the ... who accompanied the '
products. 1 i I RECEPTION FOR BISHOPS MANN Special to the SentmeLWashington man woman train today.In .
of Castillo.
Ea t_side-Civic League, Equal Suf capture who is supposed to be the mother of
AND GRAY Feb. 12.-The admin-
Hag to a
response telegraphic
s League. I I the, child, had registered Tuesday at inquiry
ti Rotunda II istration muffler was put on the Raker from the Sentinel
the Windermere, and that the woman ;
wer floor-Orange county. I TO PENITENTIARY An informal and very delightful re- immigration bill today. At the request Jacksonville received last night
U stairs-Schools, fine and domestic i herself had stopped at the San Juan : says
ception was held yesterday afternoonat of Secretary Bryan a majorityof that nothing had been learned there j
II rts. the first of the week. The man arrived -
ALE OF PARKING SPACES I Special to the Sentlne6Moundsville Maitland, Mrs. A. M. Clark having the committee remained away from 'about the whereabouts of the child or
the 3:05 train
Wes of Grand Stand-Outside Track I W. Va., Feb. 12.- :extended a cordial general invitationto the meeting, forcing an adjcurnment on at the San mornf f i'i'ing her kidnappers. The view was expressed -
l. N 1-Jesse Allen. State Senator Ben A. Smith and Del. and registered as
the townsp )?'.e and others who without action. I in Orlando yesterday that
N 2=A..J. Geo. D. Geagan, of Passaic, N. J.
N egates S. U. G. Rhodes, Rath, Duff, could attend, to meet Bishop and Mis. they had gone down the East Coast
3-A. L. Bentley. there of rain
Though was a downpour *
I N 4Benj. Drew H. A. Ashbury and David Hill, con- Mann and Bishop and Mrs. Gray at and had probably taken to
--Benj.. Drew. victed of bribery in connection with the rectory. M'N1CIITBREAIN HlO[ ON HARGE Of all day Tuesday, he found his way to : Cuba. passage

+r o. 6-H. Hillman. the last contest for: United States sen- The thus afforded the Windermere before noon, and:
opportunity kindly '
+ N o. 7-Chas. Tiedtke. AND ENTERING asked for quarters, explaining that he'I On account of the sensational fea-
placed in the state _
atory, were peni-
to meet the two bishops sociallywas I
,, 8-C. E. Graham. had been unable to sleep at the San tures of the incident and the promi-
Inside tentiary here today. Their termsi gladly welcomed, a large
Track From Judges' Stand very
and wanted He nence of the parties concerned the
Juan a quieter place. :
11. I WestContinued I i I range from five to six and a half number availing themselves thereof, Found With Marked Money Taken Sentinel's
Li ( last had no baggage but a hand bag, and, Story created wide interest
: on page.) years. the guests being not only those be- From Till of Drug Store at was required to make a deposit at the yesterday. The McCallies of Chatta-

longing to the Episcopal church, but Winter Park
1. Windermere. He registered there un.j nooga are prominent and wealthy

: including many others, both of resi- der the same name that he had used' people. The late Dr. McCallie was a
; DISAPPOiNTED dents and tourists. Walter McKnight, a young white
l at the San Juan. He is described as of much promi-
;. Dr. and :Mrs. Stewart, of the Mait- man of Winter Park, was taken into t and his
nence, Edward
a man of about five feet, ten inches, son met Miss
land Inn, were Mrs. Clarke's efficient custody yesterday by Sheriff Frank
160 pounds, dark eyes and hair, clean Lillian Griffis student at Vassar and
aids for this,occasion, and had assisted I Gordon on the charge of breaking and I II daughter of Dr. William
j shaven and about thirty-five'years old. : Elliott Grif-
in arranging the beautiful flowers, I entering, and is in the county jail fis
i His hand bag containing only a Egyptologist and lecturer for the
] quantities of roses, wild cherry blos- awaiting preliminary, which will probably -
tt.- Mikado while he
few garments of underwear, remainsat was 'a student at
;'1! ':e to the Sentinel ion after Robert A. Rogers, of Okla- soms, flame vine, yellow jessamine be held today. the Windermere. : Cornell. Miss Griffis was engaged to
w Oklahoma City, Feb. 13.-Stories and bamboo being used most effectively I For some time Dr. J. A. Trovillion, i.!
homa, failed to get the appointmentof 'There was nothing suspicious in his W. Fassett, son of ex-Congress
; f political intrigue were brought out Mrs. Stewart and Mrs. Mc-' who conducts a drug store at Winter
secretary of the interior in the J. Sloat Fassett but
actions to attract the attention of the man snubbed him
"... \ :oaayi in the cross-examination of I president's cabinet. I Cullough poured tea and coffee, deli I Park, has been missing sums of other guests, but since the kidnapping when she became fascinated by the
: witnesses against Senator Thomas E.. cious fruit punch, sandwiches and from his cash drawer. A watch
Mrs. Bond the first witness money athletic Tennessean
was I I I they recall that he at once began to big who in his
;)& Gore in jthe suit against him for $50- cake being also served. was stationed at the store during the I
called today. She said she had gone | make himself familiar with the chil-J college days is said to have cut quitea
:i' 000 by'lrs.. Julia Bond, who claims Other special guests beside the night Wednesday, marked money having '
to Washington in the interest of her I dren in the house, and seemed partic- swath at Cornell. Life in Chatta-
'-"i that she the blind Miss Emma Rev. been left in the drawer. Though
was assaulted by husband's candidacy for internal bishops were Gray, 1 member
reve- ularly attracted to the McCallie child, nooga as a of the McCallie
;. senator. in a Washington hotel in nue collector for this city. She met and Mrs. R. P. Cobb, and Rev. A. A. I the officer watched until three o'clockin whose grandmother with her was a I family was not to the liking of the
r oJ ,
Senator Gore several times she said ; among
guest also of the Windermere. : gay young woman, however, and she
i? The most dramatic moment of the before meeting him in a hotel room those from Winter Park were Mrs. store, but between that time and the I On Wednesday he missed the child, tired of it and told her husband so,

is f tides the low-voiced story oft'1 March 24; that on a previous visit! Moss, the Misses Moss, Rev. J. G.1 opening of the store some of the I who with her grandmother had gone declaring that she would go to Reno

: nd, was the admission of the senator reached down and caughther Litch and Commodore Dyer; from j money was taken. McKnight was suspected -, I to the home of her aunt on Washington and get a divorce. She went and secured -

..*- :ins Robertson, a witness to the foot. She said she rebuked him Altamonte, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Ta- i i having been employed at thei ,; street, and inquired about her. the divorce while her son was
. _
All the of the MaitlandInn i store, and was arrested. Some of the -
for the veau. guests
r assault, that he told the pro- impropriety and Gore apolo- the early afternoon of Wednesday an infant in arms. She was given the

.' .Il ,'If the Winston hotel, Wash- gized. On March 24, when she was joined'in this pleasant gathering, marked money was found upon him,, a large automobile, driven by a man custody of the boy and the father was

;,1 r', hat he was "after Gore and in a room with him, she said that every one who attended having a tru- amounting to about $9. and'containing a woman passenger given the girl In the meantime Fas-

r .t him." lie admitted the use Gore persisted in his attentions to ly enjoyable afternoon and departingwith McKnight is not yet grown, and t heavily veiled, called at the Winder- sett had married one of her college

ot vile epithets in reference to Gore her, which finally became so rude and grateful appreciation of Mrs. was only recently married. It is said I mere. Geagan was evidently expect- friends, and while Mrs. McCallie was

i, when he made this statement. He unmistakable that she screamed, and Clark's kind and thoughtful hospi- that he will enter a plea of guilty. ing them, for he sat on the veranda, I at Reno waiting for her divorce 'Fas-

also admitted that if it hadn't when she did Robertson rushed into tality.
saying and when it appeared he went out immediately sett's wife was there for the same ;
t been for Gore he and his friends I the room. THE WEATHER and entered the car. The purpose and they lived together during -

would be sitting in that building with Kirby Fitzpatrick, an attorney, who, SOCIETY MINSTRELS NOTICE Florida: Rain Friday and probabl r rest of the story was told ,in yester- that period, it is said. Upon being -

their feet on the table, when passingthe said that he was a witness to the alleged Mrs. Woodruff requests that all Saturday, except fair and colder Sat day's Sentinel. The child was found granted the decree Mrs. McCallie

k> building of the department of the indecent actions of the senator,, participants in the minstrels to be; urday in northwest portion. playing with other children. The man was married to Fassett the same day

interior. Robertson admitted that he corroborated Robertson's story. Fitzpatrick given by the Civic League will meet You can find at Curtis & O'Neal'sall ; got out of the car, located the :MeI He is a wealthy manufacturer of Spo- ;

-'t ,called Gore a "double crosser," explaining was also a candidate for a with her this morning at ten-thirtj. the magazines and daily papers ir: .Callie child in the group and called to kane. The mother is said to have

; that he had formed this opin I federal appointment. at the Chapter i House. their regular order.. the woman, who alighted and gath- often threatened kidnap the girl
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t Miss Dunaway Prellnta'Beautiful Keep Warm

; Word Play. MOTION
r Grand Theatre i
I I Miss nettie Jane Dunaway has con. When a cold spell comes by just turn- PICTURE CO'S
* tributed one of the greatest hits on f

platform the present with Lyceum her costumed and Chautauqua presentation ing a valve and lighting a match. You THE THEATRE BEAUTIFUL AND.FLORIDA'S FINEST PICTURE HOUSE

Her arrangement of "The Lady of of that the beautiful Decoration.story "- can do if you have a Today the best Feature Program we have ever given yon \

In Francis Little's book Is InterestIng -
to the highest degree, and Is pre- GENERAL FILMS COMPANY'S WONDERFUL THREE '

r vented manner.In Each a most letter novel In and the book artistic Is Rezuor G Gas Heater REEL MASTERPIECE

i :costume read In with a different musical and accompaniment appropriate r t r "THE PRESIDENT'S PARDON" featuring Crane Wilbur and Octavia

num.ber ; Handworth. An interesting gripping story of the Panama Canal in which ap-
of catchy rud appropriate songs pears Ex-President Taft. Castro, the famous South American distributer and

_ ,splendid throughout musical the story setting.which She gives Is It al a We are selling them AT COST until Frank Coffyn, the daring aeroplane expert who flies across the Gulf of Mexico

!' ;ways assisted by a competent solo with a young child. A thrill every minute tor forty-five minutes.
,pianist which adds much to the attractiveness our stock is gone. t
T of the play. Also Kalem's "TIGHTWAD'S PRESENT," and
The Alkahest Company engaged Miss
Dunaway for a few weeks' time last TOM KANE "The Irish Caruso." You
Y : know him by now, and there are
only two nights left to hear him. .


ORNDO WATER[ & LIGHT C Real Music by a Real OrchestraIF


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Irr+yyA Continuous Performance from 3:30: to 10 P. M.

TUESDAY, The Greatest Animal Picture of the Day. "THOR, LORD



ii Just arrived car load t

FORDS for immediate : For Economy and purchase

MISS DUNAWAY. delivery. W R t G H T P' power of your mon
& BBD CO '
season, and her program created EC ALTY
I FOR ESTATEThais ey "Try WrightV'/Farm
R z much enthusiasm wherever she appear. Get yours now. REAL
ed that she was engaged as a substl Our Business and Garden Seeds in '
tote for Senator Joseph Dixon on the :
k; Alkahest Chautauqua circuit last sum F. G. RUSH, Orlando Florida bulk. "Motto"uantityand '
mer. This was a hard place to fill- Phone 226
substituting for a famous United State:
senator-but she was given a perfect \
4., ovation at every Chautauqua, and now Fresh Eggs 33C dOZ. Best Creamery Butter \ Ib.
most of the places are asking for a return Sweet Milk .- Ice 100 Ibs., Limes \ 39C
qt. 400
date the coming season. She wil 1 13C 150 doz.
r spend February. March and April In f 4 Sweet Milk arc pint Fresh Butter Milk J IDC qt.
the south this season and our 1 local Individual Ibs. Ass't Fruits "That
Package 10 Present" delivered bir Express
committee Is to be congratulated on ,
having secured her as one of the numbers (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door 1.35 cash with order.
on the Lyceum course In. ou
} town. She will present "The Lady o f
the Decoration" on the occasion of.he
appearance here. MlllilMtMMIIMftllllMIMMMIIIIIillfllljMMIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIMtH 4

Lucerne theater, Saturday, February '

A 21st.few days ago the studen of the ORLANDO BANK a TRUST OOMPA1Y A Y

' public Stetson recital music of school the year gave in their the beau.first A Lead Pencil or Bottle of InK

tiful auditorium of Stetson university Orlando
in DeLand. The young people Is a small investment, but a large part Florida.Condition .

had worked diligently on their parts at the close of business December
of the writers comfort 31, 1913
and depends
and it is said that the execution and efficiency -
memory work were perfect in each RESOURCESLoans \
on having the right kind.
case. and Discounts . . . . .. . . . . . . $403,080.10
A hard scratchy pencil where -a. soft one Overdrafts . . . .. . . . . . .. . . . . . 362.37
Stocks and Bonds . .. .. . . . . . .. . . . 26,018.33
" " " " " "Ij is demanded, or a thick ink when only a fluidis Cash on Hand and in Banks . .. . . . . .. . 200,946.57

k nnr.j|WM. HARPER needed, may discourage the worker and Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures . . . 25,974.87
I ruin the work. We carry all grades, colors LIABILITIES $656,382.21

Oldest Established Practice In aad standard makes of and furnish
: Orlando pencils, can Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . $100,000.00 t
19 W. Church Street, Up-Stairs on demand, the very best possible ink Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . .. .. . 35,214.86
Consu tation and Examination Deposits . . . . . . . . .. .. . .. . .. .. 521,167.38
'; Free for any kihd of pen work. Tell your penciland i
MMMIMMIMITo $656,382.24
ink troubles to the man behind the counter.

Deposits on Dec. 31,1912 . .. . . . . .. . . $489,971.68 i
5, THE WESTVIA W. S. BRANCH, Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . \.. .. .. . . $521,167.38

The Arcade Book and Music Store Increase . .. . . .. . . .. .... .. . . . . 31,195.70The
officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust
E.E.SEMINOLE[ LIMITED( Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and
IMMMIMIIIIitlMIMtlitlMHMIMIItlllMIIHIIIISeveral friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement.The .
Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pAr m management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects
Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm the conservative, sane and progressive: methods employed in
Lv Jacksonville: ,Fla.,A.C.L. 9:00 pm '
Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L..11:10 pm this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and
Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L:___ 1:15 am Sacrifice rrice strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in healthful
3 Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L.____ 2:40 am .M a statements to its patrons.
Ar Americus! Ga., C. of Ga._ 3:55 am
Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20 am M.M. SMITH, PresidentW.
Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga.. 7:30 amr
. M. DAVIS, Vice-President C. E. NOLAN, CashierWE
: Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.l2:05 p
r Ar Birmingham,Ala.C.of G.12:05 pm H @
r Ar Jackson: Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm
Ar Fulton, Ky., .I. C._______ 9:35 pm
Ar Cairo, Ill., I. C._________11:07 pm
Ar Carbondale, Ill., I. C.1213 am choice lots for immediate sale. Located just .:.;;;
k Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C._____ 7:05 am one lot off Magnolia avenue on Concord avenue. Improved AND DO ALL KINDS OF

Ar Centralia, Ill.,.I. C._____ 1:38 am with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. Special
Ar Matoon, lit, I. C._______ 3:30 am
Ar Champaign, Ill., I. C.____ 4:29 am locations in Orlando.
Ar Kankakee, Ill., I. C._____ 6:20 am 16 and 12 button length Kid
, Ar Chicago, Ill., I. C_______ 7:50 am
The Price is Right! Gloves $2.75 and Shirt Waits

Y observation Solid Through, compartment Trains-Composed, drawingroom o f- from $8.00 to $4.00 at $2.98

r ,*section, sleeping cars, and free L H. RAMSDELL Thursday.
reclining chair cars, between Jacksonville : -

x and St and Louis.Chicago All, and meals Jacksonvill (Successor to Dr. 0. P. LUdns)
s car.For tickets and Pullman car dining reservations rl R I B mt Co.Phone ORLANDO, . FLORIDAW. MISSES HAULM & DUNN

call on
W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, 504 Watkins mock
4 or Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's
lr D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Offers to Orlando the newest and best
of workmanship in the painting and Patterns
Atlantic Coast Line, ItttitllllltilltMtlltlMIIIIIMItiilllillilitilillt
decorating trade. Phone 636.
Orlando. 1-21-lm


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From Office of Colonial Land Co., 12 W. Pine St., Orlando, Fla. J Home Office, 203 E. State St., Trenton, N. J.

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



i Messrs Tourists, Investors and Townsmen: .

Today and tomorrow are the LAST TWO DAYS of that BIG SALE of BIG

1 LOTS in ORANGE PARK; The Beauty Spot of Orlando.

President Miller says see them at once and give the.buyers a chance to make


more money. These last two days will be a combination private and auction sale.

Free autos leave San Juan Hotel from 1 to 2:30.: Band concert at Band Stand at

i that time. This is a special opportunity for you. Don't miss the chance to get a

I lot 55 feet wide, 188 feet deep all covered with full bearing orange trees, loca-

ted on the main road to the Country Club cor. Reel and Colonial Drive. We make

I special easy terms, and give away hundreds of valuable presents.




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

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

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KLING BEST BABY "mi imiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'iV .'
Notice is hereby given that the City *
A One/.Minute Sermon-One of the of Orlando, Florida,.will on January 1,
most pI asing things in the ordinaryrun Mr. C. E. Howard announces that 1915, pay off with interest to that
of flife is to see all around the he will take the photograph of the date, bonds numbered 7, 8, 9, 10, 19 .S.EBR N&uu1"
I and 20, of the City of Orlando seven Have You Seen
workm In who are happy and interested -I prize baby in the "Better Babies" con- per cent. bonds, issued July 1, 1892,
in .oing their work well. Just as'test, at the midwinter fair, and present according to the provisions made for
there ire drones and time-killers, so I i to the baby an enlarged photo redemption in said bonds. ,
there ire the men who want to do i graph, without cost. Dated February 11, 1914.
well [hat they have to do. They are! 2-12-lm CARL JANSEN, City Clerk. the town furthest south

really the mainstay of any commu- Warman Repairs and Retires Baby I I
nity. They make comfort for all peo- Carriages on Court street. 12-5-tf I Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel.
pIe fnd are the great asset in the i!I
"on try's strength. The Old Man I I In the famous Lake Regionof

sees"them everywhere-men who are I!
To the West and Northwest
happy in that they have an opportunity -
to do something very well. Whatis
the use of wasting much thought I Florida I
on the time-killer? He will pass
away like the scrap head and be one

of the silent sleepers in the graveyard I ATLANTIC LIMITED
and people will forget him. Per-i \

laps ire those the who most look discouraging only to find bipeds fault I Limited.Dixie Dixie Flyer.I m...ATLANTIC.............LIMITED........ ':13J Two Years Old Beautiful Homes .
Lv Orlando |
Lv Orlando A. C. L..12:31 3:13
with the work of others. Nobodytoes Ar J Jacksonville A. C. L.... 6:45am f-m 'I:30 pm Ar Jacksonville ..................... 7:30pm.
i pm ....:...... ''
A. C. L... 9:35am Lv Jacksonville A. C. L. 8.15pm
anything well save themselves. Lv Jacksonville 8:25pm .............lO Electric Lights
Lv Waycross A. C. L. : Opm
iLv Waf A. C. L..ll:50am 10:25pm
V cross .............
ill other methods-all other enter, Ar Macon G. S. &: F....... 5:13pm 4:15 am Ar Macon G. S. &: F. 3:46 am
i ..............
'Ar' Atlanta, C. of Ga....... 8.03pm 7:25am Ar Atlanta. C. of Ga. 1:12am
rises-aU other ideas-are to them ......
Ar Knoxulle. L. &: N 12:19pm Water
nothing. that kind of |Ar Chattanooga. W. &: A..12:18am 11:55am Ar Corbin. L. &: N. ................ 3:16pm Works System Paved Streets
is Perhaps people ..............
:,Ar Nashville N. C &: St. L. 4:50 am 4:30 pm Ar Louisville L. &: N. 9:00 pm
are the worst hindrances to any Ar Indianapolis Pa. L. ............ 1:50 am
community. There is difference!|Ar St. Louis. I.C.&: L.&: N. 2:5Opm 7:20 am ............ Modern Hotel
some 6:50
Ar Lexington L. &: N. pm
[Ar Hopkinsville, L & N........... 627pmj Ar Cincinanti. L. & N. 8:50 pmArKalamazoo
Between fault with
finding a glaring .......... *
.... GAR
Ar Evansville'L. &: N. 9:28 am .9:25 pm &: L 12.20pm
fraud and posing as the great cleaner-"j Ar Grand Rapids. G. R. & I. ....... 2:45 pm Elevation
JAr C. & E. L. 1:10 1:01 200
Terre Haute : pm am ............. Feet No
up of any community. That is where I Ar Chicago. C. &: E. I... .. 6:50 pm 6:50am Af ClevelandrBii Four 7:15 am Swamps
the humble workman has the upper '
hand. He lets the reformers do all.I DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED 90 miles south of Orlando in DeSoto
Solid train composed of section drawingroom Solid train composed of electric lighted County
the reforming they want to, so longas sleeping cars observation compartment
drawing-room Pullman sleeping and coaches
car -
they don't cut into his real work.I Chicago and dining and section car ,between drawing-room Jacksonville sleepingcar and between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, and .
When the time comes the workmen between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Jacksonville Louisville ana: Indianapolis; C leave ORLANDO 3:30 p. m. Arrive SEBRING 8:40: p. m.
slap somebody hard and there's a lull:I DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
Solid train carrying electric lighted compartment Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between
0 in the reformation business. The Old I I observation sleepers and electlic
Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondaysand
'lighted section drawing-room sleepers. First-
Man knew who couldn'tsit
once a man
;\class: coaches and smoking car. Dining car Thursdays of each week. Dining car
still unless he "formed something"to !serves meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati I
help the Creator guide his particular -'j -
meantime he wasn't working enoughto I' W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent. t. OPPORTUNITIES i IS LINES

keep the tailor off his front door- Atlantic Coast Line, Orlando

steps, and the world went along just! r FOE FURTHER INFORMATION CALL ATSEBRING

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and they the have stars twinkled twinkling for a away million just years as'I I, j

A new court house is soon to be New Modern
: Two-Story !
erected in Fort Myers, Lee county,I : NO. 5 ORANGE ORLANDO
which will replace the present hall of Art, FLORIDA
House block from
justice. The structure will be unusually -II one
handsome in design i and will add : C. B. Treadway and Ed. L. Hainz, oewsikLocal

much to the attractiveness of that! : ; Lucerne Circle. : Representatives San Joan Hotel I

town and be a greater convenience ..
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of county. i JJJ J J "W" i '
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THE DAILY THE ORLANDO FAIR PRESIDENT WILSON AGAIN IN At the last regular meeting of the MMHillllHHIIiMliltlliilllMMIitMMHmtlt *

BED FROM ATTACK OF GRIP Manatee county school board the matter
South Florida Sentinel The Tribune prints this
a of a new school building was
MORNING AND WEEKLY large advertisement and a news story I Special to the SentineLWashington taken up and acted upon favorably.
JOSIAH FERRIS Editor ud Owner..F giving information to the public concerning Plans for the
Feb. building
. I 12.-The presi- new were pre- Dickson-lves
Entered at the P u Second Clue Mail Matter. to be held at Orlando next week. nosis of the complaint points to a recurrence by the board. The new building will

TO ADVERTISERS: The fair opens February 17 and continues of the attack of grip which occupy the same site of the old acad-
through February 21. Visitors kept him in bed early in December. emy building.
Copy for display and all other hindMtadrerUiimc
to the state
see the fine display
unit be handed in at the besinewoffice may Some uneasiness is expressed lest !
of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. ) of Florida products which will \
the day before publication. This rule applies there be more serious complication* Ladies' hair dressing, massage,
be made at Orlando
to changes for contract advertising: it is > and participate in brought about by overwork and ner- DEPARTMENTAL[ [ STORE[
inrariable and will be strictly adhered to. the festivities of the occasion and! vous tension. The president remainedin shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber f

SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Lneh come to Tampa in ample time bed most of the day and all official Shop. 1-2-tf

One Year .....................$5.00 for the Gasparilla carnival. engagements were cancelled.
Six Months ................... 2.50 The Orlando fair is a famous institution -!

Three Months ................. L25 and always atracts large I MIMMIMMMiMMilMThe
4 In Advance crowds of people. The exhibits are St Augustine has been "brightening rlanoo' favorite ShoppingPLACE
always interesting and well arrangedand up" to the extent of having installed -

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1914. the amusement features clean and I on prominent streets a num-: Supreffle Auto Oil
instructive ber of new and powerful white way

Friday, the thirteenth. The Tribune commends this occa- lights. The lights were put up by the
o sion to its readers. They will find a St. Augustine Gas and Electric Light
Don't forget to register.o visit to Orlando during the fair pe- company and are said to be orna- oil that has

o riod most pleasurable. Aside from mental and useful. It is understood stood the supreme -
The fair will be the whole thing the special attractions, Orlando itselfis '! that the company is placing the lights

next week. one of the prettiest towns in the I for demonstration only, but the resi- test

o country and it is inhabited by a people dents and visitors will get the benefit,
All is bustle and activity at the whose hospitality is proverbial.- and it may be thta after enjoying the hTHAT: :_ Tew GoodsAlready
fair grounds. Tampa Tribune. brilliance of these special bright spots
r o the city may decide to have St.
There will be some class to the MISTAKEN George, King and Cathedral streets the Departments are showig a freshness,

trades display. lined with the lamps, and transform Good Gulf Gasoline a Newness, a Kaledescope of New Colors.Ve are receiving -

o them into regular "white ways.-" I II daily many cases of Mercandise. In order to
The citizens of Orlando are still investigating -
Osceola and Seminole will send Times-Union Short Talks. please customers these
the project of establishing I our many we are opening up,
some "heap big chiefs" to the fair.o .
a building'and loan association, although it was our original intention of not showing any

The Woman's club at Live Oak is in but they appear to take hold of the Major L. T. Izlar, of Ocala, has New Goods until our New Store was complete and we '

favor of woman's suffrage. Where is idea, as it were, with gloves on as if t closed a deal with Col. R. F. Rogers P. G. WALTOlUgt. were fully installed. When down town pay us a visit

there a woman's club that isn't? it was hot. Several meetings have. for the sale of his home on North and see for yourself Fashions Latest Caprices.
I, 0 been> held "looking toward" organiza-'I Second street in that city. Col. Rog-

The people in Jacksonville are kick- tion, but no organization has yet been ers is to be Ocala's new postmaster. PHONES 450269illllMMIMMHMHMt
ing because the Big Jim whistle at the perfected. This cautious conservatismis 'I Major Izlar will erect a new home in
t municipal plant has been silenced. I unlike the usual manner of doing, the Brick City. *

o ,that things city.by the Of course enterprising it is well people to investigate of-i I New Silks Dress G GTHE Goods

the Twenty-five fair grounds swift and racing more horses to come.at in which thoroughly they are invited every new to invest thing,'''HMIMIIMHMIIIIillimilMIMMimmiilllttllt' au n

The races will be a strong feature r
but when such agencies have uniformly
this year. o proven successful wherever carefully -'I Money to Loan NEW CREPES, RICE CLOTHS, RATINES,

Lakeland has just closed a success- managed and have passed beyond SILK CANTON CREPES, SILK AND WOOL CREPEDe

ful three days' farmers' institute. the experimental stage every I CHINES, ALL SILK CREPE DE CHINES, JAC-
Lakeland is where, it impresses the outside public I
; doing something useful
F and progressive all the while. that these usually hustling people are I I QUARD SILKS, FOULARD SILKS CHAMELEON 't

getting unduly cautious.-Tampa TAFFETAS, CHINESE SHANTUNGS DELAINES Etc
o ,
Eddie Foy is press-agenting on the Times. I I I! On improved city 1 .
} strength of advising all actors and Orlando is in the habit of being ,
right before going ahead. The ,/
association -
I actresses to go to church. Ratherraw
will be organized and will be \ T
Eddie; thoughbetter of you -

s than that. o permanent when it is.FRAGRANT property.IIIHHtlMIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII. Men's urns |s ;

The publicity department of the AROMABy .
Jacksonville board of trade is doing -
s. : 'JV.A."Zr When it's a question of Boots and Shoe Jbear in
some good work through the news-
D. W. Clark mind that the celebrated "Johnson Id Mur
papers of that city. Advertising always we carry
The orange trees and graoefruit : make in Black and Tans Gun Calf katents.
a: pays. r phy" anj)
trees are now budding to blossom, as
o are also the plum, the dogwood, the A Shoe that is sold in New York at $8.00 '
3 Madison is enterprising she is try-
3 hawthorne trees, and the wond fully \
:: ing to get an appropriation from the .t 1 rSbn
fragrant magnolh will soon w. shed- We Sell at $6.50 ask us the
government for a pellagra hospital
ding its immens3 waxen olu soms. A. Y. FULLER R. L. FOX
More than
enterprising prudent, we The atmosphere will to so laden with PARENTS! For your Sons we carry and Mock

should say. he: rich aroma that the effect will be THE PALMS AUTO COREO largely, the Famous "Right Posture" Knicker B \cker
o almost intoxicating, while the woods Suits in sizes, ages from 7 to 18 years.
The Palatka Times-Herald
says will be clothed in vernal robes and
I that a hundred hotels were constructed If you study their Clothing as closely as your o\wn, ;
every shrub and flower will be in full MOTOR CARS
in Florida during the past year.There'll these are the clothes for them.
blossom. Who would not enjoy a
be as many more this year, home among the flowers and the blos- For long life and low cost of upkeep. We.also carry a
and still the demand will be greater.
in the land of summertime?
o soms I ; full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good force

Y Persons subject to income tax must i
make returns to the internal revenue A. E. Hagstrom has just finished ; of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely Our Muslin Underwear

collector by March 1, or be penalized. setting out 3,000 asparagus plants in ; guaranteed.
It's enough to pay the tax, and worse his greenhouse in West Pierson and

? to pay a penalty. These are hard L. E. A. Hagstrom has set out 5,000 I t
times, sure. asparagus and 600 springerie, all of Meets the taste of the most refined, Dainty Weaves ;;

o which are doing nicely. They have Exquisite Designs, Fine Soft Qualities are herenothing -. ; ;
? Leland J. Henderson, the Pensacola splendid watering outfits and should else shown., .
commercial secretary, went to Colum- make good success with their green-
bus, Ga., to take the place made va- houses. Pierson Note in Times-1 FULLER & FOX, Proprietors. '

Willis Powell's Union.
cant by resignation.The
Georgia city evidently likes Florida amMMmtlMMmmilllllMIMMOIMMHItltlHDIAMONDS

i n talent. o Reaffy-to-ear r n BeFar1ffle nt

The get-together meeting between

express officials and growers at Ocala j
did some good. As a result the express During the last few days we have opened up sev-

company offers to make refunds eral cases of the Read-to-Vear Costumes, Skirts and Y
on shipments freighted at the in- 1 \ Dresses. Charmingly Dainty Creations in the New
crease since February 1. Weaves of Crepes, Rice Cloths, Wash Silks, Dolly Var-
den effects in Ratines, Etc., Etc.
o .
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A millionaire bought a plot of .. \.

ground near Miami upon which to IS OUR SPECIALTYJEWELRY. >;-, .
build a home, and when excavationswere -' .
begun a pocket of gold and sil- ..
o ver was found. The home is to bet i n
IS OUR HOBBY Grocery Bepariffleilt
called Treasure Trove. No poor man WATCHES.
would ever had such luck. .

The South Florida Sentinel says !
Extra Special in Canned SoupsA
west Florida can't complain about the You all well know that we carry the largest and .

distribution of federal patronage in best selected stock of Diamonds, Jewelry, Watches, 4
this state. Well, you haven't heard Cut Glass, China and Novelties in the State, and the Special Purchase of CartJce: Bros., Soups-in
any complaint from that section, have price is undoubtedly attractive, for we pay direct from Quart Sizes-all varieties-Sold everywhere at 40 centsa
you?Florida Metropolis. manufacturers. Finest Watch Repair Shop. Artistic can. Our Quantity Purchase Enables us to sell them

Not within the past few days. Manufacturing of Jewelry.T.H.Evans ,_

o . ,.. While they Last at 20c Can
The Lake Worth Herald thanks the .
Sentinel for the advertising given the

town and the paper, but disclaimsthat
its circulation is paid for by land

learn lation companies.that is better it The is not.and Sentinel Bona more is fide effective glad circu-to, I . nr Mail iI r r n rtill m

and will be that much better for Lake I
Worth and the Herald.

o the JewelerOPPOSITE Write for Samples of anything you may need-
r Postmaster Burleson has done many I cheerfully sent.Ve pay postage and express on all out
4 sensible things that his predecessors of town orders.
might have done but didn't think i
about. lIe recently issued an order POSTOFFICE
that letters mailed without
{ shall be forwarded and double postage .. Cane Ave1 U ran
collected from the addressee. This insures I AND ENGRAVING .
ft the delivery of letters that are I
mailed thoughtlessly without postage. i
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Eating Pure Candy is More Than a (| FAVORITE ROBINSON A STARKEY, Managers | THE:: :bvdOD.A.E'J:'

Mere Pleasure. Here's Why.
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Matinee 2 to 10 P. M. MMIIIHMI IHIH minimum

i Admission 5 cents. f .
Of course, hundreds of people all over the coun IDflDODflBODflVGDQBDGDCHDQ 1 .

try eat Candy just because they like Candy-just to > ProgramA S I . ONLY ro DAYS LEFT[

satisfy that desire for something sweet--and you also Western drama,

have done the same thing many times.If "A Man of the People" (Nestor) .

Comedy, to obtain the excellent advice of
we can convince you that pure candy is "A Stinger Stung" (Joker) lieIlk Moda Mo
The art
healthful-is really beneficial from a food stand. Comedy, e a.rt e

Hearts and Thief (Nestor) Mrs.
"Two a
point, why then you'll realize that your money is well

spent when you buy Candy from our large assort- PRESIDENT OF PENNSYLVANIA I


George W. Boyd, president of "FIGURE BEAUTY" .

BUTT'S' KNDY KITCHEN[ I the nied Pennsylvania by in.his their wife private railroad and car daughter, yesterday accompa-, arrived T e Mo or1 ,The guest only. of our Corset Section thisveek The e Mo oit

h : for a brief visit to Orlando. Mr.

: Boyd was met by Mr. W. R. O'Neal,

The home of pure home-made Candies, : who drove him over town in his auto- YOUR APPEARANCE

: mobile. Mr. Boyd is making a tour .

Orange Avenue I of the state, as is his custom every The love of all for appearance will never

:: year.Coast, and He has is now been on down a trip the through East T M I t change. Pride in appearance has made T M rI

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: the West Coast. The party will leave and otherwise. It is the woman who is

today on train 89 for Tampa.DR. .
DEATH OF MRS.MARY E.McLOON most intensely interested in her appear- .

TUPPER KEPT THEM LAUGHING ance who will find the greatest satisfac-
At the home of !
Wm. E. Stevenson,
THE TUNER tion in
on DeLaney street, Mrs. Mary E. Mc- I talking with
Loon departed this life just before Kerr Boyce Tupper lectured at

. midnight made her February home with 11th.Mr. and She Mrs.had the the First humorous Baptist side church of last a preacher'slife. night on THE[ MOD&RT Mrs. Gleason THE MOD RT

Mr. George Holland, of York, Pa., Stevenson for the past eight years, The lecture consisted princi-

is a guest at the San Juan. where she had become as one of the pally of a series of incidents that had in our corset section this week. Do not

Mr. J. M. Stevens, of Mississippi, family. As she has no living rela- come under the speaker's personal observation fail to take advantage 'of this unusual
tives in the state, and her niece
is among the guests at the San Juan. Miss in his experience as a min-
Addie E. Edwards, of Lowell, Mass., opportunity.
Mr. A. Z. Brown, of Tallahassee, ister. Dr. Tupper is a talented talker -
living too faraway to come, it falls
state hotel inspector, is in the city to- whether from the platform or in
to their sad lot to lay her to rest be- HIHIIMIOrlando's
his audiencelast
conversation, and he held
side her sister in Apopka. Her health I
day.Mr.. Harold Saunders and Mrs. Mary had been failing for the past but night in a convulsion of laughterfor TH'E
year OD.AETTne.
hour and half. The churchwas
Todd left yesterday for Rutland, Ver- her last sickness, congestion of the an a .
I crowded and many stood in the
mont. lungs, would not have proved fatal
aisles during the entire period. At
r' Lace Collars, Chemisettes and had it not been for the weakened condition -
the conclusion a generous offeringwas
Guimps at Boardman's "Store of Sat- I of her system.
made, which went to the church
isfaction. 2-13-2t I :Mrs. McLoon was a woman of
remarkable -
organ fund. Dr. Tupper gave his ser-
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Cutler arrived activity and keenness of in- vices without compensation for the

yesterday from Millbrook, N. Y., and tellect, strongly domestic in her 'stes

expect to spend some time in this sec- and having great faith in her Heav}- cause. y well.Eckorth

ly Father, often saying that she knee .
tion.Mr. she would be taken
care of. She will I
H. E., Mooaaw'of Salem, Va., THAT GIVES THE NEWS FIRST
be greatly missed by her friends and
and is
arrived in yesterday -
neighbors, and especially in the home
making his headquarters at the San The Daily Morning Sentinel is
where she has for so long been
Juan. inmate. The funeral services will an bea printed at night after the big news ol Largest Store

Flaxons, in checks and stripes, al the day is all in. It is delivered in
at the
prayer house at 2 o'clock,
colors at Boardman's "Store of Sat-. the'morning and its readers furnished
service at the Baptist church at "
isfaction." 2-13-2t 3 o'clock this afternoon. with the latest news from all parts Quality Did It.

Fred S. ledger, traveling out of of the world. $5.00 a year, $2.50 six i

Shirt and Col I months; 50 cents a month; 10 cents a
Atlanta for the United. WALTER W. ROSE MAKES, SALE week. iiimmmmmmimtimmMmmiiHHmmimmminiinii, .
lar' company, spent yesterday callingon OF SPLENDID LOT -

local ta Walter W. Rose, the real estate CHADWICK'S SPECIAL SALE
News of the world promptly served, COMMITTEE TO MEET
man, sold a lot near the standpipe LASTING 30 DAYS
snappy, condensed by the Daily Sentinel yesterday to Mrs. Van Vreck, of Kal- IIIIIIIIIIQIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII..
y 10 cents a week or $5.00 per No. 1-10 acres, 2 1-2 miles south I II
Mich. will be meeting of the Orange I
for Mrs. Baas. The There a
east of city, on hard road, all improved -
year in advance. location is excellent, and it is likely ; 175 budded orange and grape- :: county Democratic executive

White Iresscs for girls from 6 to that it will be improved at once by fruit trees just coming into bearing; I committee, at the ,court house in Orlando . : Cakes Cakes! i
"Store of 7-room house the land is of the best.
14 years, at Boardman's the purchaser.Mr. ; I' Fla., on Wednesday, February18th
No. 2-Two 3-acre inside '
young groves .
Satisfaction.11 2-13-2t of city, nicly situated to divide 1914, at 11:30.o'clock. a. m., for .

Mr. aid Mrs. C. A. Saunders left Jason R. McClellan, of New into home lots. S the purpose of recommending to the _

yesterday afternoon over the Atlantic Haven, Conn., arrived in Orlando I No. 3-13 acres, 8 acres with Groom governor a successor to fill the place

Coast Line railroad for a visit to Tampa terday from the North and .will prob-yes- the 5 acres house is and garden 200 bearing land divided grove in; made vacant by the death of Hon. L : We have added a cake depart-

........ and Havana, Cuba. ably spend the remainder of the sea- : acre lots and recorded.No. G. Starbuck, solicitor criminal court I:
\.Mr. and Mrs. Benj. ,P. Peck, of son in Orlando. 4-5 acres east between Amelia of record, Orange county, and to I, ment and will sell you any
} and Concord avenues, just over city other business which
Provufnce, R. I., are recent arrivalsat Mr. J. R. Thornton, the transact any amount want.
popular rep- limit line; a part of it to bearing before it. you Try some
theSan Juan, who expect to make resentative of S. P. Richards grove and grapery; a fine 8-room may come
a visi of some duration. Atlanta, is in the city today calling house and other buildings. This is a SETH WOODRUFF, Chairman. of the following: Plain, Raisin,
rare bargain to get a city home just JOSIAH FERRIS, Secretary. i-
Th"Reversible Tango Cloth" here. I on the printers and stationery I over the city line. Give this your at- Orlando, Fla., Feb. 12, 1914. ,- Citron, Marble Lady Oriental
Askto see fit, at F N. Boardman's stores. tention.No. ,
"Sto"e of Satisfaction." 2-13-2t Mrs. Dr. P. P. Phillips, 5-40 acres, 20 improved with Nut Rich.
accompanied ,
500 choice bearing trees, south FOR SALE
while it is fresh. by her house orange .
bring it to you guests, Mrs. J.
y side of lake, near Altamonte Springs; I Loquats (Japanese plums), best :
Grit or small, if it's the news, we Lippmann and Miss B. Lippmann, of fine bungalow of 8 rooms; also 4-room I fruit for jelly and preserves. Phoneor

get itThe Daily Morning Sentinel, New York city, left yesterday for cottage furnished; beautiful.lawn and write your orders. Also banana

S.<0 per year in advance.iss Miami and Palm Beach. shade; tennis court (cement); the plants, in any size or quantity. Write :
$ show place of the South, known as orders to John Murphy,
Ethel Lynch left yesterday for Mrs. W. L Standish and Miss Mary the Foss Grove. On account of the or Schenley phone your Place, Orlando. Phone 322.! THE SANITARY GROCERY t

hel home in Geneva, N. Y., after a Anderson Standish arrived last even- death of Mr. Foss, Mrs. Foss can no 2-13-lw I
with Mr. and Mrs. M. D. ing from longer attend to the estate. This\ -
wek spent Pittsburg, Pa., and will means sell it.No.6Several. ,,'- CARUTHERS & GORE i

gjxher, on East Concord. spend the remainder of the season nice homes, close to I< FOR SALE ... ..

!asters Howard and Walter Phil- with Miss Ruth McIlvaine, on Lucerne Lake Eola, and other parts of the city. Pure Georgia cane syrup, in any Phone 200 ,' .,.,.. 6 & 8 E. Pine Street Jr
lif will give a Valentine party at Circle. Also choice lots, close in. quantity. Also Georgia seed peanutsof
i If you want to buy for home or investment early and late varieties. Will havein
tjjir pretty home on Lucerne Circle F. N. Boardman invites to call seed also M
you I am a leader along these few days variety of corn; all
tjs afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. and look over his line of Ladies Dress lines. Call or phone and make date Georgia smoked meat in hams, mid CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

Silk Creeks, Silk Crepe, Fancy Skirts, in navy, black, tan and gray, for investigations.Open dlings and shoulders. Headquarters'at !
W. RKings, 47 West Church I fiimiQmnmmnnmiMiimmmmiiSpecial .
just in, at his evenings. ..
"Store "
in various colors, at Board- Satisfaction.
9 W, Church St-Phone 398 street the cheap grocer.
:lan's "Store of Satisfaction." 2-13-2t 2.13.2tLast .Yours with thanks,
"The Georgia Man," : -----
Mrs. I. C. Rust, of Grange City, left chance to see the Orlando Eat what you want. 2-13-tf W. POWELL.

yesterday for points south, after papoose, Clyde Blue Shirt, the only Eat all you want.
Sioux Take a postscript and forget it. I
spending a couple of days as the ever born in Orange Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em
For sale by all durggists.
guest of Miss Mary Guernsey.Mr. county, Florida. Red Eagle and his 1-7-d&w-lyr on Court street. 12-5-tf
squaw, Sky Eagle, who have been I
W. J. McLean, of Falmouth, drawing large crowds Bargains I
at the Favorite,
Mass., arrived in Orlando yesterdayand close their LUTHER THE FLORISTCut
engagement at that popular bargain in a winter home at Apopka,
time in
expects to spend some little play house today. Don't Orange county, Florida. Flowers
this section looking the country over. I fail to see them in their elaborate 2.13-6t-ltw
Brick cheese, Philadelphia cream costumes and dances. ROSES, VIOLETS, 1-Four Passenger Cadillac
cheese, Pimento cheese, Swiss cheese, Mrs. W. E. Stevenson has been
en- Chiropodist for both men and wo- CARNATIONS, PANSIES,
and Limbr;;er cheese at John F. joying a short visit from her cousin, men. Manicure, pedicure, face and 1-Five

Empie's Cash Store, 2-ll-3t Dr. G. G. French, and wife, of Lake scalp massage. Feet a specialty. .L. POTTED PLANTS Passenger Hudson $500

Forest, III Dr. French J. Mustard, 117 Orange avenue, over
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Myland, of Mo. is a promi. Curtis & O'Neal's store. 2-6-lm

nongaheta, Pa., are tourists arrivingin nent druggist of that city. Dr. French These cars are in good shape good
visited here ,
the city last night and will be located twelve years ago, and of BEAUTIFUL
Good Wood $1.50 tires and
course sees many improvements ready to run.
at the San Juan during their in And healthy Hair can be had by using
stay in the city. our pretty city., They stopped at the Davis' Sage and Sulphur Hair Rem- Better Wood $Z and $2.25
San Juan while here, on account of edy. Produces that soft, fluffy effect.
Dr. Margaret Clarke, of Waterloo, illness in the home of Mrs. Stevenson. Will remove dandruff and stop falling Best Wood Z.50 and $%.75

Iowa, leaves today for Eustis, but They left yesterday for Sarasota to hair or your money back. Estes San Juan Garage Co.
Pharmacy sells it. 7lwQSTEOPATIIY
will return for the midwinter fair.
spend the remainder of the winter. This won't last long,
Dr. Clarke was the woman who be-

gan the movement for "better babies" Eat what you want. Stock up while you can. All Night ServiceAJAX

and will be present at the coming contest Eat all you want .

Take a postscript and forget it Orlando Wood Yard
For sale by all druggists. DR. J. C .HOWELL
For a nice, clean shave, or an l-7-d&w.lyr Hours, 10-12, 3.5, and by appointmentNo TIRES don't cost any more and are guaranteed
104 W. Pine St.
artistic hair cut, try the 0. K. Barber extra charge for house treatment for five thousand miles.

7 Shop, on Boone street two doors from Warman Sells, and Fixes ,Bicycles, Telephone connections B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor i 't:

v Church street., 2-7-6t on Court street. 125tft"oY' Office cor. Orange and Central Area .


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** you can afford to pay to own it. rooms; close in; $16.00 per'
311 North Orange avenue. 1-27-tf month. 206'E. South St. 2-8-3t
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.FOR SALE-Two good lots, 50x150. FOR RENT-Large attractive room'I 5
Will sell two for $600. Two blocks in new bungalow. 203 Ridgewood::
2-4 tf I I
west from Orange avenue. Inquire of avenue.
C. B. Lamsen, 202 West Amelia Ave. FOR RENT-Furnished dwelling, 7 :
rooms with bath and extra toilet on I California
Arrivals :2-8-6t first floor. 210 _Ridgewood avenue. : Bungalows
Present have to return
FOR SALE-The best real estate bar- occupants I
gain in town, either for investmentor North. 2-12-3t Ir I Fine Location. Large Lot

Ratines, Eponges, Crepes, Poplins, Terry I home. For particulars, call on EIGHT-ROOM furnished house; gas .I
owner, C. S. Hamblin, Rowland'sGrocery. and electric lights. 205 E. Robinson I Only left to sell
= one
Cloth, Lawns in the latest colors. Ladies 2-7-6t avenue, on Lake Eola. 1223tfFOR :

Home Journal Patterns at I. just inside city limits. Equally RENT-New, furnshed rooms, : Four built and sold in less than 3 months.
good for pasture or trucking pur in new modern house; kitchenetteif I
poses. For price, call on or address, desired; rent reasonable. 14 East : Best values ever offered in Orlando
McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT Miss Bernice Smith, Orlando, Fla. Amelia, next to Wyoming. 2-12-3t II

1-30-2w FOR RENT-Large, well furnished Price $2 750
room to persons wishing suburban :
FOR SALE accommodations; also 2 acres good '
j: STORE Five-room bungalow; three spacious truck land, close in. Good opportunity I Inspect No. 5 today.An .
piazzas; sleeping porch, and all mod- for right person. Address "A," :
ern improvements. 506 Lexington St. Sentinel. 9-8tf I II ideal all year round home-at a low price.
128 S. Orange Ave. 1.15-1m I

timber; cut over once; three acres .
t cleared and planted in orange and ANTED-Two honest, reliable, and FRED. B. DALE Owner
d grapefruit; lake front and beautiful neat appearing girls for ice cream ,
location for a home; one mile and a, stand during fair week. Write at ,
r 111111111'1111'111111111111111'111111111111111'11"1'1 quarter from Ocoee. $800. A. M. once to R. G. White, Winter Park, 306 Anderson Street '
k Clarke, Ocoee, Fla. l-28-ti f.Fla. 2-ll-3t

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: (From Chicago News) -12-3t Pine street. Best bargain in city. illlliMlliliMIMIItMMHimitllllMlli,.'

Not all men of single ideas are

bachelors. ]HATCHING[ EGGS-S. C. White Leg- Corner WME UP tIt
Generating hot air is easier than horn; Rhode Island Reds. 60c. per
dozen. R. Christensen, Orlando, Fla.
getting up steam. 'M2-2tdltw is time all housewives should begin to take no&e.
.It is better to be on pleasure bent the distinct mark of
Lake Our lable on your package bears
than on duty broke. FOR. SALE-Five-passenger Overland PURITY.
Some people's only aim in life automobile. Owner has to return v-..
North. Can be seen at Phillips' gar- IN BUYING
seems to be to throw mud.
:age. 2-12-3t
A smart woman can learn things StreetstltHMitHIMMIIHOMililillMMIIIIIIIIIitlilltM such articles as VANILLA and LEMON Extracts, bustard '

from a man that he doesn't even FOR SALE OR KENT-With stock Cloves, Tumeric, Cinnamon, Black Pepper, Red
and tools best farm in
know. riety fruits,, 1,600 trees; elegant county; up-va- Pepper, Sage, Whole and Powdered Nutme, Allspice,

One can lead a double life on a sin- to-date buildings, etc. Box 144, Or: and Ginger, you should use the same reason and judgment -
gle salary, but it is a lot of trouble.A lando, J. Van Buskirk. 12-21-tf you do in buying your

multitude of sins show through .
:ANTED-General servant. Appl
.a the charity that is supposed to cover
DAYSA Six hundred acres timber land, and 404 E. Centrat avenue. 2-10-3 t You buy your OLIVE OIL from us because you know
JvIV them.Wisdom five-room house and lot; bath l ten acre orange grove, with two miles I to
WANTED-Permanent This 'e\-
postion by experienced it is Pure Virgin ,Oil. same purity applies
of the who knows it
and modern conveniences; hot and I ,of lake shore, near Winter Garden, Ref.
lady stenographer.
z all is valuable, but so is the hole in cold water, and electric lights. House !one of the greatest trucking and erencesfurnished if desired. Addres"C s ery other article. A few drops of OUR EGTRACTSwill
a doughnut. comparatively new. For price, call at;citrus centers of Florida. The orange ," care Sentinel. 2-10-3 go as far as a teaspoonful of some other make. :
No. 411 Boone street. Telephone 364.' crop will pay interest on the whole
f Some people would cry over spilled 2-ll-6t investment. Terms. S. S. Griffin, WANTED TO RENT cottage of aboulsix t Pure Vanilla Bean Extract, 3 Oz. Bottle 25 cents.
f milk even if they don't like milk in owner, Orlando, Fla. 2-5 rooms. Must be close in and Pure Vanilla Bean Extract, 6 Oz Bottle, 50 cents.

any form.A FOR SALE-600 acres of high grade reasonable. Address J. L D., careSentinel. Pure Vanilla Bean Extract, 12 Oz Bottle, $1.00. ,'
reformer never believes in himself citrus land; 2 miles facing Orlando FOR SALE 2-12-3t t
and Oakland brick road, and 2 1-2 t 1
as much as he wants others to be- One two.horse two-seat
miles on lake shore. S. S. Griffin,, wagon; one WANTED-White woman for genera:1
: lieve in him. Orlando, Fla. spring wagon; three wagon horses. housework. Suburban home. Small
ip' Some men try to hide their light Cheap. R. E. Kelsey, Oviedo, Fla. family Good home, good pay. Address I DeLaney & Abernethy
FARM LAND 1-31-2w X. Y. Z., this office. 2-12-3t
under a bushel, while some others
make a fireworks display.If 120 acres, near Orlando, must b e FOR SALE LOST-On the streets of Orlando, DRUGGISTS'lMttMMHMIIHIitimiMimUIHUOIIIMIiC
we were permitted to choose our I sold. Make me an offer. C. D. Chad. Fresh Jersey cow, third calf; perfectly wallet containing lot of insurance
p wick, 19 W. Church St., Orlando, Fla. gentle, and free milker. Can paper. Finder return to P. W. San,
neighbors turn
probably 2-6-6t be seen at Oak Knoll farm. Fogg & born at Wright's cigar store. 2-12-2t -
out just as unsatisfactory.It Osteen, Altamonte Springs, Fla.
It sometimes happens that the spinster FOR SALE 1-31-tf WANTED-Position as chauffeur. WHttttHimillHltlllMilMIMHtHtHHtttatH
Four experience, ma
years any
t who says she's "glad of it" is Farm of twenty acres, ten acre* chine. Can care for carL Alexan
able to make everybody believe it but cleared, seven acres cultivated. 21-2 AUTO BARGAIN der, care Sentinel. 2-12-3t Real Estate Agents, Investors and HomeseekersATTENTION
} herself.It miles west of Taft P. 0., near Lak Davis. Good wire fence on threi condition, guaranteed. Original price WANTED-Man with horse or mule !
has been said that women never sides. Small house for immediate sale
new and well $800; $350. Leaving who can take care of grove and live
love as deeply as men-probably be. About 15,000 feet of saw timber'. city. Wm. R. Cunningham, Wil- on place. lie may also care for other I offer for $1,900 two-story, six-room cottage, with ,
cause there is so little to furnish the Land all dry and suitable for truck- Iola hotel. Phone. 2-10-3t groves as this one will not require rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, north.
ing or citrus fruit. Am too old ti D constant attention. Apply Jas. E.
Inspiration. work it and will sell at a bargain I. LAKE EOLA LOTS Crawford, city. 2-10-ti Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also

Owner, Box 137, Taft, Fla. We will put on the market Febru- six-room bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special
l-12-lm-d&w ,ary 16th 22 lots overlooking Lake WANTED good young girl to assist heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy basement
t PEOPLE'S WANTS with housework. Apply to 301 7
,Eola, comprising some of the most
I wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-Foi]r 'desirable building sites in Orlando.' Broadway. 2661YOUR t
real estate in Orlando or close b Y Ti Our agent, H. C. McDaniel, has been furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose house or ferrery.
MUNNIMAKERS a large ice cream factory and bakery rt instructed to put such prices on these SUIT WANTS PRESSING. House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These
;; Notices of Lost Wanted For Sale, For with retail store, all modern equip- lots as will sell them. We want oure Just ring 448 for the Arcade Pressing lots connect at the corners, with rose house bet weer.. I
Rent etc, for this column. 25e for one day ment-brine freezer, cement storag' money and they are bargains. See Club. The boy will call. Clul
r- 60c for three ddys or $1.00 for one week for tanks and sales of six to eight hun i- H. C. McDaniel for prices. Wilson & rate, 8 pieces $1. Ladies' work a spe offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commis on..
25 words or lees. Money most accompany dred gallons week, all sold in toW Open to all.
the advertisements for this column as no per ]n[ Toomer. 2-10-6t cialty. s
insertions will be made on credit. where made, which is one of the bes t - ----- ---- -
I summer towns on Lake Michigan; ;a FOR REM LOST-Gold crescent set with pearls, E. N. COY
FOR SALE suitable business for persons having i a yesterday, somewhere between 41:3
winter business in the South. An;'f S. Main street and Windermere hotel. 307 West St. Norlli.Orlando ,.
FOR SALE-If you wish to purchase person interested can see interior photographs. ,. A FIVE-ACRE TRUCK FARM 'in Finder leave at Miss McKee's at 41!3 ,
:' a house and lot try No. 9 East Liv- of this place, by addressin g: Orlando for rent. Apply to 307 S. Main and receive liberal reward. -2 i
L ingston avenue. It is for sale. 7-6t J. S. Colvin, Orlando, Fla. 2-4-t,f East Pine street. 2-8-6t 2.73t IIIIII'IIII'IIII'I'IIIIIIII'II'I'IIII'I"'IIIOI' I'

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Will offer for the next few days a few of their ,; -


low prices ; '

v N ". ., Shades 60 Cents Kind '-..'-
: ,: :. .' Opaque Regular Now 35 Cents. : ; 'J.. ;.-. 7. : .

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National Springs, Regular Price $150, Now 295. . '.

;;ri1r: 1 :{ i' '.. ', Good Full Size Mattress, $3.50 Kind, Now $1.75. ;:' .'

; .. '. 45 Pound Reel Edge Cotton Mattress, Others Price $6.50, Ours $5.15 . : .

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The St. Cloud Athletic club was or- The Maddox Drug company of Port GIVE YOU A DOLLARIf .IIIMMIiMMinrHMMilMDMIMimtilillttillliitl
ganized last week with a charter St. Joe was burned out a few days one bottle Davis' Sage and Sulphur Cooper &> Atha .
membership of about thirty. ago. The loss was total, but is said Hair Remedy fails to remove dan-
druff or stop falling hair. Estes Phar-
to be fully covered by insurance. macy sells and guarantees it. 7-lw 114 South Orange Avenue.I I THE MARKETOf
A new exporting firm, that of the I
Ground Floor.
Eitzen-Touart company, has been rr- W. T. ENTRICAN, EXCHANGEWill
ganized in Pensacola and will do a exchange a fine improved farmof Members of the Real Estate Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
general shipping business of lumber Painter and interior decorator. New 160 acres in Minnesota for a bear- Exchange.We .
and timber. ideas and old ones, too. Phone 636. ing grove not too far from Orlando. AND SALT MEATS
workmen I and address,
Expert employed. Describe what you have
1-21-lm "Exchange," care'Sentinel. 212.1wORLANDO offer the following bargainsfor .
The St. Petersburg Daily Times of this week: FISH AND GAME
the 7th says: "Spanish mackerel,the Five acre tract near town; good
MMIIillMIMIilMMMMimiMMIMIIIIIIIiillilMONE Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
kind of fish every fisheman is anxious citrus land. $50 per acre.
to hook, are biting at Johns Ten acre corner on hard road Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
Pass, west of the city, and yesterday near city limits. Big bargain.
several catches of these fish were OPERA "HOUSE Choice location for home and and pure.
made grove. $1,000. We Invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
- Five acre grove; 230 grapefruit
everything in the Meat Line.
"Twenty-three thousand dollars NIGHT ONLY and orange trees seven years
worth of stock is now subscribed and old; choice budded fruit. $2,200.
other subscriptions are in sight,"says Full bearing grapefruit and orange '
the St. Petersburg Daily Times, "and grove; good buildings; _
, it is practically assured that Southland eight year old budded trees.
Seminary will be located here. Novelty Amusement Co., Presents Price $4,500.
Ten acre fine citrus and garden E M. Self & CO.
Daisy Leroy, The Woman of Mystery land, well fenced; new five room
Dr. BucKmaster bungalow; near town.. Big bargain PINE STREET i
supported by her own specially selected only $2,200.
company of singers, dancers, comedians, Ye have a complete list'of both Phone No. 80
city and country property, some
novelty acts,

132 Orange Avenue Sketch Artists, Etc.

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Next door to Bank,
People's Miss Leroy will answer all questions from the stage
up-stairs. Acute and chron-
free. If you are in doubt ask Miss Leroy.
:Jc diseases treated.Telephone .
Prices only 15-25-35 cents.tttHttillllliHIilMIIIIIIIIIMtlimMIIIIIHmiH.


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

Winter Coats, Wool Dresses ,Itimore. "King Quality" Shoes. .. ;

brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels. A

weet,*On Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin& Co. ,4
and Coat Suits
Best place in the' city. to trade. :

:our choice of any, $20 to $45 Coat at $9.98

four choice of any 12 to 15 Coat at . . 5.98 AVENUE

[Your choice of any 5to 10 Coat at f t .2.98 w -II I II I I I liii II I I III I I I II I I III II up.i,,...ii.ifItIII


at Half Price I'

, New Spring goods coming in makes it imperative that rlando8z

we close out all our winter goods at once. Some swell garments II

here that will be sold ridiculously low prices. Li gb.t JCa::

Better come in and see.

Ladies' Ready-to-wear Second Floor. It Electricity

Gas Water Ice H

| The Yowell-Duckworth Co.
: Office:--No, 18 West Central Avenue
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: 33. Jas. Laughlin III.
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34. Jas. Laughlin III..
35. T. P. Warlow.
,.- 36. Louis C. Massey. o '
37. Miss Guilda Happersett. =
1 iTlIE'smEBAEOFOMDOi 38. Dr. E .W. Lott. .
39. Thos. A. Briggs. '

tttS jSE J 40.41. J.Carl N.Dann.Bradshaw. .. (0 T1km& &n t( r.".. _=.=;::::: =_
i IftKPlfjKSwrReSSw''' ji'Si.i 42. David Lockhart. ( ( ) : G =?=:- :'

43. Jessie M. Thayer.

4 Mi', I, I "ti5r i i7 ia 44. Mrs. Fuller.

46.45. Jas.Mrs.L.W.Giles.L. Palmer. 5 Rr Ct(

47. A. G. Branham. F1 ,., ( :(a ( .
48. H. H. Dickson. i

49. W. R. O'Neal. _
East. of Judges' Stand t -

. LONG eSTA LISHEDSAfECONSERVAT1YfA000MM00ATIN6 50.51. H.Seth L.Woodruff.Beeman. Only] a jfey M, wo offer fnom to ;

52. M. 0. Overstreet.
53. Wm. Lewis. %

55.54. T.Samuel S. Daly.Jones. you at Par ami 1 jntr} 5t. Dsnonii-


57. T. P. Grant.
58. F. H. Davis. DOllS $100 and up. ==
59. Thos. Crooks.
60. S. Y. Way.
61. W. M. Davis.
It has been the established of the
a always policy State SALE OF BOXES IN GRAND

V Bank of Orlando to exercise conservatism in the manage- 1. Mrs. J .C.STAND Neil. __ : -

2. Reserved. .
ment and handling of all banking business. 3. J. 1'1. Cheney.

;: We believe that this prudent feature is appreciatedby 5.4. W.G. W.S. Negus.Bense. ;= We will pleased to help

6. Reserved.
our customers as attested increasing business. w
7. J. I. Thornton.
make Income
you up your
8. G. S. Shinn.
10. E. H. McNeil. 0Mololo Q
-_ Fx 1
r 12. G. H. Williston. Tax I etiirnbe
THE STATE BANKOFORLANDO There are only twelve boxes. Nos.
9 and 11 are' yet to be taken. The
x boxes have seats for six each.

the Florida Stables, in charge of
J. Hooker Wilson, are the following
horses: i "It is a pleasure to serve you."

Foxy Curd, pacing mare; 2.07. B. -
Beacham, Orlando. ,pi. .
y6,2 Peter Donna, pacing stallion; green =?
pacer. B. Beacham.Joe .
1411111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111. Douglas, black stallion; trotter;
1 22114. C. G. Wescott, Orlando.
------ Duchess Hal, brown mare; pacer; -.

INFORMAL PARTY IX HONOR OF MRS. OVERSTREET HOSTESSFOR 22914. Giles & Wescott, Orlando. !'NI IIJPliii I i i :I !h ( & : E ;!!:I III !lllmlmiiiiliitlilli. !I; I: 1 '! ';;:I:' !!f,;: ""I 1IJII:: ,llil h 1:li bi I.;:1:'!IiM: ;iW.ii'ili'.': !!;.'I i I I I II''" ''lj!' 1'lil j ':: ;', ';- ;
DOCTORS CLARKE U. D. C. Little Dutch, four-year-old; green ii:! il iili IIImi III mltmIiiiiiiliilllili I : : Illl IlnIIIII&lm:1111001' ; !!!;! i\:1! : !iliillfiIIOOI! ; !: !:!!''ffi !! IIOO'IIi I liIIP'ii'I! :!i !; !::[!: ! iji III I imij :, : t
trotter. C. G. Wescott. 111 l j ;:l 1911, I I 1 III;I .I ,I !!!;! )I , !!I,!I;I;, \!;f 1"u ,' Mir,: !!I ; ,4 ,id: I i ;I ',, : i i i !ir1 i! hlb ';;111111i'! ! I I 'JI I lij II! m J III (,;t, tdil ':!:;!I'.I;i!
Q -
' Dixie Lou, roan mare; green pacer. .
An informal but very delightful The Annie Coleman ----A.fJl" -
chapter, U. D. E. H. McNeil, Orlando.
4 gathering took place Wednesday evening C., held a regular meeting yesterday Cassie L., bay mare; green pacer.J. . n \ tJU:

a at Sioux Villa, the attractive afternoon, Mrs. Overstreet being hos- F. Watkins, Orlando. [ J

home of Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon Gore, tess at the Tea Room, where Little Hal, sorrel gelding; pacer;
thirty 2.341-4. D. Lc) khart, Orlando..
Lucerne Circle, when a few friends
on members gathered for
a particularly Located in other stables at the
were invited to meet Dr. George interesting afternoon, reminiscencesof grounds are:

;, Clarke and his wife, Dr. Margaret war days being the principal fea- Maxtell, bay gelding; green pacer.

Vaupel Clarke, of Waterloo, Iowa. ture of the T. J. Lamb, Greenville, Ohio.
program arranged.In
y Doctors Clarke Rev. Mary Safford, Lady Lucile, bay mare; green trot- l
+; the absence through sickness of ter. T. J. Lamb. Souvenir Spoons
Rev. Eleanor Gordon and the hostess the president, Deaconess Parkhill, Lawton, brown gelding; pacer;

had met in Iowa some years"ago and Miss Agnes Person, as vice-president 2.111-4. E. H. Sprague, Jacksonville.

the renewal of old friendships was presided.Mrs. Rex Riley, bay gelding; pacer; o 0
2.151-4. E. H. Sprague. We have a large and complete line
An interesting
very happy indeed. E. LaRue Bliss read a graphic Dorothea S., bay mare; pacer; ,
I coincidence of the affair was that the description of conditions and incidents 2.161-4. P. F. Hamlin, Poughkeepsie,

two guests of honor, the host and connected with the civil war, writtenby N. Y. State Spoons and Orlando Spoons

hostess, and two couples from among Mrs. Gibson (Mrs. Geo. R. Newell's 2.241-4.Billy Melson Jake,Crossant brown gelding, Jacksonville.; pacer;

the guests, had had Miss Safford per- mother) for the Rosalind club'ssou- Tony Pau, brown gelding; green
k form their wedding ceremonies. venir paper of March, 1907. trotter. Geo. H. Sprague. LI Come and see. J.fi J.

Dr. Margaret Clarke was the originator Mrs. Robert Howe inter- Delhi, bay stallion; green pacer.
gave an
I of the "Better Babies" contests, Walter Wray, Martel, Fla. lO
esting "reminiscence, and Mrs. Ab-
F. McD., bay stallion; green pacer.J. .
; and both she and her husband are well ernethy another, the latter's being Crossant.

known throughout the United States. chiefly as told by one of her brothers Tom Riley, bay pacer; 2.191-4. W.

tr Assisting :Mrs. Gore were her nieces, who took part in the war. :M. Igon, Eustis. fi ALLEN & CO Jewelers
Doris Douglas, black trotter
Miss Emma Hainer, and :Mrs. Boman, Two vocal selections, given by Miss 2.37. C. H. Sprague, Ocala.mare; ; I

? of Sioux City. Delicious cake and Susie Magruder, were much appre- :Maude W., bay mare; pacer; ,
punch were served during the even- ciated. 2.251-2. W. R. Williams, Ocala.

ing. At the Lou Lanier, bay mare; runner. C.
completion of the business Guaranteed Reliable
H. Sprague. Everything RepairingAPOPKA
{ Among those present were Mr. and session, a pleasant social hour was Band Star, chestnut gelding; run- :

Mrs. Homer Brown, of Hamilton, 111.; spent The individual cake plates ner. Dr. Wienenga, Orlando. ====.=
Mr. and Mrs. Borman, Rev. Mary Saf- each had a spray of orange blossoms, Ruby Hill, bay mare; runner. :M.

ford, Rev. Eleanor Gordon, Dr. and the chapter flower, and the delicious J. Daetwyler, Orlando.
Maxie Direct, bay mare
Mrs. J. C. Howell, Mr. and Mrs. Fred strawberry ice cream was adorned 2.101-4. D. Lockhart, Orlando.; pacer; ITEMS in the negro quarters last Saturday BAND CONCERT FOR ORAN

t Stanley, and :Mrs. Victor Starbuck. with fresh strawberry leaves. SPLAY PARADE night and succeeded in arresting the PARK GUESTS

The following state committeewere entire gang of eight who were en-
Mr. Hyde, who recently purchasedthe
RECEPTION FOR VISITORS AT appointed from this chapter: new bungalow from the American gaged in the game. One of the party Surely the Colonial Land compaj

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHA Organization Mrs. W. P. Watson. Realty company, is preparing to havea made a run for liberty and was or- know how to attract high class pc
Cook Memorial and Benevolent dered to halt, but instead he openedfire pie. You should have seen the cfc
new garage erected on his lot, which
a prettily arranged reception was Fund-Mrs. S. G. Dolive. will be another improvement.The on the officers with a pistol. An I of people they had at their sale y

given in the parlors of the Presbyte- Florida Room Confederate Museum electric lighting plant in con- officer responded to the fire with a terday-not the class that usually ,

1: rian church yesterday for the winter -Miss Margaret Hart shotgun and the negro received a load to sales of any kind, but the real n
nection with the new hotel was put
r' visitors, and over one hundred and Arlington Monument-Mrs. B. G. motion last Saturday night, and the of bird shot in his hip. All the oth-I and women who do things, and m|

fifty guests took advantage of the Abernethy. I ers surrendered without resistanceand property more valuable by touch 1 1it
town had its first glimpse of electric '
"' opportunity to make new friends and Shiloh Monument Mrs. L. P. Law- lighting. The new hotel is fitted : were tried before Justice Wither- Several fine sales were made yl
spend a social hour. The hostessesfor rence. ington Monday morning. Each one was terday to people who when they bu
throughout with electric lights
the day, Mrs. Wm. Lege, :Mrs. S. Marianna Monument-Mrs. A. G. when lighted makes quite an attractive -I bound over in the sum of $100 to the,']I will build a house that will enhan

= E. ,Ives, Jr., Mrs. Finch Scruggs and Branham. criminal court. The wounded negro the value of property abou* them

Mrs. Phil Slemons, greeted the guests Sub-Education-Mrs. 0. P. Likins. appearance.W.. T. Berry is having a new roof was given a trial Wednesday and I I These courteous workers and developers

most cordially, introducing them to Cemeteries Miss Agnes Person. put on the residence occupied by Rob- his bond fixed at $500 for his appear- I know how to entertain tad get
I the ladies of the church, and the ance. He is charged with shooting at nice people interested. Without a ban
ert Beacher on Fifth street. I
afternoon was enjoyable in efery par- UNITARIANS PUT IN DAY ON an officer with intent to kill. ner in sight they gave a band toncer
Mr. Solomon Carter and wife, accompanied I
ticular. CHURCH GROUNDS Messrs. Newell and Ustler, our pop- at San Juan hotel yesterday and quietly
by Mrs. Carter's sister,
The decorations were of nastur- ular fern growers, made a shipment';' drew the people they wanted, anc
Mrs. Smathers, and her daughter, I
tiums and jessamine vine, and tea Yesterday was a gala day with the Miss Thelma, all from Asheville, N. recently of nine cases of ferns to one with autos took them out to Orange

and cake were served by :Misses Sarah Unitarians, when all the members li C., spent several days here lookingfor party in St. Louis, Mo. Their,reputa- Park. While there, in their quiet

Stagg, Cornelia Minor, Helen Ives and came together, the men to work on winter home. They expressed tion ,as fern growers has extendedfar way, they told the story of the possibilities -
b Kathleen Barnes.GENTLEMEN'S. the grounds, which have never been themselves as highly pleased with this and wide and now they have quitea at Orange Park and tlA-n sold '
flourishing business and always many lots. They are placing nice
in order
put on account of the grade
I' of the state and expect to return
' EVENING AT THE not having been established. Oak; and part make an investment later on. have the satisfaction of knowing that j t people here and there and the en-

ROSALIND CLUB trees were planted, privet date' their customers are satisfied. hancement of values of property close
hedge, Mr. B. H. Laws and son, C. B.
Fred Ulrich left this week for by will mean much to those 4o own
palms, grounds graded and grass seed Laws, of near Boston, Mass., have
- "Gentlemen's evening" was observed planted.But the past week here looking at South Bessemer,' Pa., where he has these lots. Today they j tare .to puton
been offered a very flattering proposition. more autos to take people cut and
at the Rosalind with an infor- the principal event was the various properties around town witha

mal party, the guests being privilegedto luncheon provided by the women, con- view of buying a grove of their lie may spend the summer back.If.

form their own tables of bridge, or sisting of roast chicken, chicken and own. No better place can be found there. I you have not been out to Orange

to join the merry dancing class led other salads, meat loaf, baked beans, for the investment. I A heavy rain visited this section Park, go to day. You will not be

i$ by Miss Shepard, of the Cathedral stuffed eggs, sandwiches, pickles, all The final arrangements were made Tuesday which continued throughoutthe I: made an advertisement and tha cour-
'' kinds of cake, pies cheese coffee and day. teous spirit of the salesmen till not
school. ARADE last Saturday night by the fair com-
4 :Mrs.J. M. Thayer, chairman of the grapejuice. A feature of the parade the first mittee and now all things are in read- Mr. Searl, of Indianapolis, has recently offend you. Today and tomorrow will
day of the fair will be the purchased a nice property be- be the last chance days at tlus sale.
in assisted by Verily it love feast. company
committee charge, was was a iness for the time to arrive for the
Mrs. Fuller'and Mrs. of Boy Scouts. The Scouts are twen. tween here and Lake Apopka and is : Band concert for the guests from one
Mrs. Newell, ty-four in number. They will have a procession to move, and it is confi- 1'
out We extend a 'to two-thirty at San Juan hotel where t
planting a grove. ,
refreshments CHARITY BALL
and HAS
Johnson, dainty BEEN tent for information at the fairgrounds dently expected that the Apopka exhibit -
r were served. ABANDONED and will give first aid exhibi- will be something very interest- cordial welcome to Mr. SearL May : the free autos leave for Orange Park.
tions. Thev will also wear "Ask Me" his shadow never grow less, and may Just for your own satisfaction you
Some unexpected hindrances and their hats. ing and attractive from the fact that I I
signs on his kind increase. should see Orange Park today. .
REAL INDIANS delays regarding the plans for the : all the products exhibited were pro-
Messrs. Bidwell, Collins, Harris and
: Red Eagle, Sky Eagle and Clyde annual "charity ball," which was to Ladies' hair dressing, duced on the .high pine land around this week
massage ;Williamson are in Apopka THE FAVORITE TODAY
a Blue Shirt, formerly of Miller Bros. have been held on the 19th, have shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barbc: Apopka without irrigation. This i with a view to making some invest- *
"101" Ranch, in all the Indian dances caused that event to be abandoned for 1-2-tf shows what can be done here and
Shop. i ments. Mr. Bidwell purchased a num- Good pictures, good music three
and rope tricks. The greatest and this year. The ball was to have been this, too, without any preparation ,
ber of lots from the American Realty
highest salaried Indian team in the given for the benefit of the Church W. T. ENTRICAN, having been made for this exhibit : last spring. excellent A

South, at the Favorite theater the Home and Hospital Those who wishto .. until within the past three weeks. company
', balance of the week, beginning withy contribute to the cause' may still Makes a specialty of painting, paper- Chief Harod with a number of dep- Take your repairing to Wiarr an on "' >
:' 211.3t do ing, refinishing floors, furniture, etc. "skin" Sentinel want ads. are read Court street. 2-5-tf =
tonight_ so. Phone 636. l-2Mm uties made a raid on a game

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