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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 14, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00330
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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GREAT MID-WINTER SUB-TROPICAL EXPOSITION FEBRUARY 17 TO 21, INCLUSIVE-COME.

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

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VOLUME T1 0. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1914. NUMBER a.GORE'S .

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Will ATtEMPT I IWILL PRELIMINARY[ SURVEY Of ROAD I M'CALIIE' REACHES[ [ ORLANDO O; I

G S ATTORNEYS SYSTEM[ BEGUN BY'RRMSEY NOTHING HEARD Of CHilD IMMIGRATION N COMMiSSIONER SAYS A




r .. 1 10 DISCREDIT OPPOSING WITNESSES t Board Is Has Given Proceeded Pine Report Castle Beyond That Survey Chief Jacksonville of Police Receives Saying Letter Lookout From I DIPLOMACY I 1 T00 SLOW l A AS REMEDY


Will Be Kept


BE RECALLED TOt COMMITTEE[ NAMED TO OMIT The preliminary survey of the coun- Disappearing as complete as if the' COUNTY DIVISION ACCOUNTS TO'BE I EXCLUSION-OF ASIATICS"

ty road-system has been started, and earth had opened and swallowed them,

LAY FOUNDATION FOR BUILDING CODE f FOR R CITY is going. ahead with encouraging the man, woman and the little girl f CLOSED l [ IN SNORT TIME[ MUST BE DONE BY ACT

IMPEACHMENT progress.At they kidnapped are yet lost to the OF CONGRESS .

a special meeting held yester- knowledge of those searching for

City Engineer Ramsey Is Chairmanand day the county commissioners were them. Commissioners in Special Session Appoint -

Members Are Architectsand informed that Mr. G. R. Ramsey, the Edward McCallie, of Chattanooga, Committee to Adjust I ORIENTALS

ONE SAID INCIDENT A fRAME U UP Builders city engineer, who was engaged to do father of little Catherine McCallie, Matters HIGHLY UNDESIRABLE[

the work, had progressed to a point who was snatched from her play by a
The city commission yesterday took beyond Pine Castle with the work. strange woman Wednesday afternoonin Though yesterday was the day set

action appointing a committee to This is the road from for the county commissioners of Sem- MAKE STARTLING STATEMENT 1
MRS. BOND AND ALLEGED CONSPIRATORS leading Or- Orlando, reached this city yester-
inole and Orange to hold a joint THAT THERE ARE MORE THAN
SEEN BY SEXATOR'S draft a building code. This committee lando to Kissimmee. The Osceola day. It had been announced that his ses-
is headed by Mr. G. R. Ramsey, the sion to finally adjust the financial accounts THIRTY THOUSAND HINDUS
I county people are putting road mother, Mrs. T. H. McCalie, would go
DETECTIVE IN CON city engineer, and' is otherwise composed from the Orange county line to Kis- to join him in Jacksonville, but the incident to the creation of the I IN CALIFORNIA ALONE

1 FERENCE MANY TIMES I of Messrs. Murray King and I 11 I simmee in first class condition, and plan was changed and the son came new county, the Seminole commissioners -

I Percival Hutton, architects, and Hen I they say that when the Orange coun- to Orlando. The mother will remain didn't show up. This was due to Special to the SentineLWashington Feb.
13.-Immigration
Special Oklahoma to the Sentinel.City, Feb. .-Waiving ry Green and 0. N. Larsen, builders.!I ty commissioners get the road bricked here probably through the winter, but a misunderstanding, and since the Or- Commissioner Caminetti before the
The importance of having a code of they will brick the intervening miles ange commissioners were present they
the testimony of James R. Jacobs, the father of the missing child will return immigration committee today advocated -
rules and regulations in regard to the to Kissimmee.If proceeded to the discussion of road
hitherto considered her chief witness, I I today to prosecute further the matters after committee I the strict exclusion of all Asiat-
defense to character of the buildings that shall this is done the communication search. It is clear from the tempo-I appointing -
the ics.
'and who is alleged by
be allowed in the city is so apparentthat between Kissimmee and to meet a committee from the
Orlando will
of active search
suspension
be the chief conspire against Sen- rary an on Seminole commissioners and close I He declared that the efforts to set
no comment is needed, and that be made easier and .
Her side a prominent citi- his part that he believes the child
closed I tle the
Bone
question by diplomacy
ator Gore, Mrs. was unsatisfactory -
matters the of
: subject to approval
the enforcement of such rules will zen of the former city said a few days has been taken to some distant place, up
of the case-against the senator today. both boards. because it was too slow,
The defense immediately announcedit materially improve the character of' ago that forty automobiles would possibly to Cuba or Europe. All pos- The Seminole commissioners had and that the Asiastic smuggling of
the buildings and the appearance of come to Orlando from Kissimmeethen sible have been taken to
would recall several of the plaintiff's measures men and material into the country
submitted series of in
I a questions regard -
the city can not be doubted. where one makes the trip at have police! watch trains and boats,
witnesses to lay the foundationfor through ports and by way of Canada
to the final settlement, which the
The commision approved bills of F. present.
of their testimony. but nothing was heard yesterday from and Mexico and is
impeachment was growing a
D. Harvey & Co., sewer contractors,I Chairman Overstreet reported that letter which Orange county board took up seriatim j I I
Before closing the plaintiff introduced any source, save a 'j'source of great confusion to the gov-
and
answered
for $8,008.62, and extra work $174.96, one of the largest brick manufacturers delegating any further
E. A. reached Chief Smith of the 'Orlando
of Mr. and Mrs. ernment.
the testimi
demanded to the committee
F .y explanation -
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Ballinger/the aged parents of Mrs. and one from Hamilton Johnson, sep- I from Georgia came to see him police from the Jacksonville police of Chairman M. 0. The Japanese, Caminetti said, are
composed
tic tank contractor, for $3,625.50. I yesterday, and told him that wheneverthe department. This stated simply that
had beena
Bond, who testified that she Overstreet Carl B. not wanted in California or on the
Attorney I
Order'was placed for thirty large commisisoners were ready to talk the police would keep on the lookout I County
nervous the alleged Pacific and the
wreck since I Robinson and Mr. A. B. Johnson. The I coast, people of California -
city maps at a cost of $4.32 each, and business in regard to the purchase of and do all possible to apprehend the .
attack. I are tired waiting for the settlement -
latter
two hundred smaller maps at a cost' brick that he ready to do represented Orange county in
The defense first recalled Dr. J. H. was some kidnappers. The Jacksonville Times- the financial of the matter through diplo-
making up statement between -
the Jacksonian of $1.37 each. j fine figuring.One Union of yesterday contained the following i matic agencies.
president of
Earp, the two counties the
checking
In police court S. J. Sligh, DeWitt or two of the commissionerssaid
club \ anti-Gore organization, who I' : There are over thirty thousand
a books and the finan-
making
over
Miller, Dr. G. H. Edwards and W. E. their up
people were growing impa- "Local detectives have been asked
admitted saying to Dr. D. M. Beatty, I cial statement from which the settle- Hindus alone in California, he said.
Gore were fined each a dollar and tient the a'd-
over seeming delay in
the authorities of Orlando
"We all have to beat Gore and get I by police These Orientals are highly undesir-
started. Mr. H. C. DuBose
ment
rid 0 him." lIe denied saying "We costs for exceeding the speed limit, vertising the bonds for sale. It was to look for and detain Mrs. S. W. represented was Seminole county in like able, he declared, and soon after their
in their automobiles. the sense of the board that the deliberation who is have kid-
will lave to get Gore," but admitted Fassett alleged to capacity.As arrival acclimate themselves in this

that he had confided to Dr. Beatty with which the commissioners napped little Catherine McCallie, the both county boards are anxiousto country and become a menace to mor-

that he (Earp) was convinced that STRONG MEN TAKE STOCK IN have proceeded about the marketing 5-year-old daughter of Edward Mc- have the accounts finally adjusted, als and the high standard of labor.
of the bonds was wise. In the
Callie, of Chattanooga, Tenn., the former I
incident "frame-up. i
the Bond was a
it is that will
likely an early meeting
I opening its case the defense read B. & 1.ASSOCIATION first place it is desirable to have the I husband of Mrs. Fassett, the kid- be I I
arranged.
NfGROfS GATHERING[ IN NVlYO[
preliminary of the roads
de ositions from Mrs. Ina Emery, I survey com- napping occurring at Orlando early

Mils in. Kris Tilly, all Strayhoff of Washington.and Mrs. Made-Miss Meeting at Which_ Organic Articles'Are tised pleted for.before The any commissioners material is adver-have Wednesday girl and her afternoon grandmother where were the little en- BURISON[ FIRES[ REPUBLICAN[ f FOR R TRIP TO AFRICA A

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E aery is an author. In her deposi- Read and Discussed by not been idle, but have been conduct- joying a visit.

ti mshe said she had a conversation Those Present ing careful investigations concerningthe "The authorities have been notifiedto POSTMASTER[ AT MIAMI Headed by Chief Sams Oklahoma

w [ith Mrs. Bond in the Hotel Winston, --- i marketing of the bonds, the cost be on the watch for a woman, two Blacks Are Bound for

t i which :Mrs. Bond had asked if "itasn't weather did not of materials and transportation, and i men, and a little girl who are believedto Morgan E. Jones Peremptorily Discharged Land of Honey
Stormy prevent
aI from information
which
I they have have here in automobile
come an
awful what Gore did to me. ', Because of Inattentionto -
liss Emery is said to have replied large and representative gathering of I gained they feel that the seeming from Orlando. However, it is not believed His DutiesA Chicago, Feb. 13. Negroes going

it if true. She said she had advised business men from assembling at the i.delay has been used to good advan- that the alleged kidnappers are back to Africa with Chief Sams of
was
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Citrus Room over the People's bank the tribe of Akim, to the land of the
Mrs. Bond to drop ,the matter, ,tage. here. It is not likely that the party special from Miami says:

but she said, "No; I'm going to pub- yesterday afternoon for the purposeof will be molested in the event they do: "Perhaps the first telegraphic primary butter bush and.cheese tree on the

lish it broadcast. organizing a building and loan as-I come here, as the police have no warrant -i ever held in the state, is cred- west coast of Africa, a contingent of
sociation.It ISELIS s SIX H HOUSES U f AND T'EN1Y-
Howard E. Reed, a detective, said authorizing their arrest. ited to Miami, in a dispatch from negroes from Oklahoma ,set the
was too lengthy a job to be fin- tongues of many negroes in Chicagoto

he had been hired by Gore to watch ished at one sitting, however, and TWO l LOTS THIS WK[[ Brown Washington is to, be stating appointed that postmaster Frank talking of the possibilities for themon
:Mrs. Bond and the alleged conspirators. -
He testified to frequent confer-I' after the reading of constitution BRONRAIL R [ AUSS[ WRECK[ ON in the place of Morgan E. Jones. the gold coast of Africa. Incidentally -

and a discussion of its provisions by "The cause of Mr. Jones' removal, the glimpses of Chief Sams
ences indulged in by these people. Carl Dann Makes a Record in Real ATLANTICCOAST liNEFour
article it became
time to adjourn, and the telegram stated, is for insubordi- upset traditions regarding the garbof
Gore will take the stand
Senator another meeting will be held tonightat Estate Transactions and Has nation, as the postmaster general had an African chief, for he wore a yellowish -
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iri his defense
tomorrow morning. 7:30 at the same place for the Others Pending Were Injured When Train Left i written to Mr. Jones and'he failed to shirt and an overcoat in har-

purpose of completing the work. the communications quicklyas mony. The overcoat was creased in
answer as
Track in South Yards at
lOAD T TO fAIR GROUNDS rUT IN The name of the organization is to I The sale of six houses, twentytwolots Gainesville the postmaster general desired, long, perpendicular wrinkles. A brown

be the Orlando Mutual Building and and one orange grove alreadythis hence the telegraphic primary was I fedora hat, set at a twist on his head

ARST lASS CONDITION N Loan association, and a large numberof week is the record made by Carl Gainesville, Fla., Feb. 13.-Four held, as there were four applicantsfor and a pair of rubbers were other fea-
the foremost business of the tures of the chieftain's
men Dann, the realty man. the position."It I garb. "We
were injured, none fatally,
town are interested in it. The desireis passengers are going back to the land of plenty"
A number of important deals have when six cars of Atlantic Coast Line is probable that Mr. Brown will ,
[Livingston Avenue Given a Treatment to have as many interests and been made this week, and the marketis railroad train No. 38, bound receive his appointment within the said the chief. "I am taking these

by Johnson's Split classes and people in the company as active with all the real estate men. from Jacksonville passenger to St. Petersburg, next few days." good men and women back to the land

Log Drag it possible to get, and a more thor- The number of prospectors who have were derailed in the south yards here where they came from, on the gold

ough solicitation will begin after the been looking around and inspecting coast of Africa. It is a rich country.I .
Livingston avenue leading to the organization is once perfected. Mr. properties during the season are just at 3:57 o'clock this morning. The NEW Y YORK HAS m m! [ IN TWELVE[ got word from black men in the
fair grounds entrance train was running at a fair rate of
was given a Douglas R. Ellerbe, formerly of the now beginning to buy. HOUR PERIOD United States," he said. "They want-
treatment of Commissioner Johnson's speed when the baggage and mail
People's bank, has been devoting his Among the purchasers of Mr. ed to return. I took their word to
split log drag yesterday morning, and I coaches left the track. The baggagecar New York, Feb. 13.-Fifty fires in
time to the work continuously since I Dann's offerings are Mrs. Mary G. chiefs of other tribes. We of the
the riding over it is now a delight. turned over on its side and two New York between the hours of 7
the first of the month, and is already J:, Stovin, of Winter Park; Mrs. Lillian P'I tribe of Akim, and there are many
coaches into it.
The commissioner says the avenue assured that it will be a great success |1: Critson, of Canton, 0.; Mrs. E. K. day plunged m. and 7 a. m. drove hundreds of per- thousands of the tribe, dscided to buya
is to be treated again early Tuesday The injured: into the weather and I
sons zero
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and will take its part in time as one i Sober, of Canton, 0.; and Mrs. B. R. gave boat and bring them over. The
morning, the opening day, and will be | A. P. Small, No. 32 East Ninth firemen one of the busiest nights in boat
of the strongset and most useful institutions Kingsley, of Columbus, 0. I is waiting in New York, for us
kept in condition during the fair. of Orlando. All were delighted: with their street, Jacksonville, Fla. the history of the city. No lives were new. I expect to take 1,200 back with
That he split log drag has done pur- Mrs. Florence P. Humphrey, Balti lost but hundreds are suffering from
The plan under which the Orlando'association chases, and Mr. Dann has other trades me this trip and come back in six
great work on the streets is evident i more, Md. exposure. in many cases people II weeks for
has 1,200 The
is to be organized more.
I pending which will probably be transformed negroesare
by making a trip over them. Those M. I. Green, Jamestown, N. Y. dashed out into the cold without wait
other more of a than
been successfully tried in places'inotably i into deals within the next few problem the white
streets which have had the drag treat- in Charlotte, N. C. Speaking'.i days. Annie Gay (colored), St. Peters- ing to dress or find out whether there folks think in this country. They

ment are in much, better conditionnow of it, Mr. W. H. Twitty, cashier of the burg, Fla.There was any danger.A I all ought to be back in Africa." Chief t

than previously, and since the Charlotte National bank, said: "The I were four Pullman cars attached fire in a six-story apartment Sams modestly denied that in his native -
cost of TRUST METHODS IN THE. RETAIL to the train. Two of the Pullmans j
ccwstructing the drag and | house containing a Turkish bath es-
building and loan plan has been and is land he carried a spear and worea
pulling it has been small the commis- I FIELD followed the day coaches from [ tablishment and thirty families drove
now one of the livest agencies in the I I II I. woven vine sutewith a high English
sioner feel that he has done the track. The other two, with the 200 scantily clad tenants into the
some development of the city of Charlotte.It .I Ii vest. He came in with his followers
service worth while. i engine and tender, remained on the street. The fire itself trivial
: was
has made Charlotte famous as a Special to the SentinelWashington I j I from Mantee, Okla. From there he

The street commissioner is using city of home owners, who are always :I Feb. 13.-Having conquered rails. There were about seventy-five has been spreading his gospel, which,

the forces under his direction to get a necessary force in the steady and I the industrial field; the greafj passengers on the train. They were CAN NOT SEND BABY BY PEEL[ POST boiled down, means the shipment of

the streets in a sightly condition for substantial growth of any city." Thereare I financial interests are now striving taken on to their destinations on an-i' SAYS DEPARTMENT[ II all negroes back to Africa. Incidentally -
other train that made here.
fair week was !
and wherever rubbish and I up
numerous other testimonials of for monopolies in the retail businessof I the trading company of whichhe

unsightly piles are known to be they like character from men equally relia. the nation, William H. Ingersoll, The injured were taken care, of here.i I Washington, Feb. .-Babies were is president offers "the only ship
While the real of the wreck
are being removed as fast as the ble and prominent. I a New York merchant, told the delegates cause ::i barred from parcels post in a post- owned by blacks" to carry them to the

street hands can get to them. Several Judge John ). Cheney presided at to the meeting of the chamberof has not been definitely determined, it:I office department edict today. The j land of promise at so much a head.

extra men will be added to the force the meeting yesterday, and Mr. El-I commerce of the United States is believed that a faulty rail broke question arose over a request by the:
next week to and caused derailment of the cars. BRITISH LAND MACHINE GUNS
supplement the force in
lerbe was chosen secretary. Promi- here today. postmaster at Stratford, Okla., for a

keeping things-in-order. nent among those present were M. 0.I He made his assertions concerningretail ruling by the department as to whether -i Special to the AT Sentinel.VERA CRUZ

AMERICAN SOLDIERS-KILL MEXICAN Overstreet, S. Y. Way, Chas. P. Dow, monopoly in the course of a THE WEATHER a patron of his office could send a I Vera Cruz, Feb. .-Acting on orders -

GENERAL SALAZAR Jas. L. Giles, Carl B. Robinson, Don-t speech advocating a law permitting two-year-old child by parcel post from received from the British fc;

Special to the Sentinel ald and Joe Cheney. It is expectedthat I makers of a trademarked article to Florida: Fair and much colder i' Twin Falls, Idaho, to Stratford. Second -I eign office the British marines landed -

; i El Paso, Tex., Feb. 13.-American even a larger attendance will be j dictate the price of re-sale to the re- Saturday. Sunday, fair and cold. I Assistant Postmaster General here today with two machine guns

soldiers killed General Salazar, a Mexican present tonight, though the seating[ tailer. Price cutting of well known Stewart ruled that all human beings and ammunition. The purpose of the

federal prisoner at Fort Bliss, capacity at the Citrus Room was more brands is one of the principal weapons You can find at Curtis & O'Neal'sall and live animals are barred from the landing is said to be for the protec-

tonight, while he was making an at- than filled and several were standingat I now in the hands of the great retail the magazines and daily papers in mails. The one exception, however, tion of the British legation headquarter

tempt to escape. yesterday's meeting. monopolist, he argued. I I their regular order. is the queen bee. ,
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Tangerine, Fla., Feb. 11.-Our country ,
.
people seem to patronize the moving ,

picture show in Dora well, espe-
cially on Saturday evenings. Perhapsone : MONTGOMERY MOTION
reason is the show is owned and IRONS' Grand Theatre

operated by Tangerine people, the PICTURE COSTHE
Keenes. f

Last Saturday Mr. Coulter's little | THEATRE BEAUTIFUL AND.FLORIDA'S FINEST PICTURE HOUSE
Clinton fell from loaded
boy a
wagon t
with lumber. The hind wheel passedover WE have just received a ship
the small of his back. The little ment of the latest style of Mr. Comely and Rag Time Day

boy seems to be no worse for his experience -
although he exclaimed, "GAS IRONS"which Mr. Comely, our leader, has received direct from New York all the latest
rag time hits and will play them this alternoon and tonight. This will be the first
"Papa, I am killed, when his father we are placing on the market
went to pick him up. We hope he received time they have been heard in the South. This is your opportunity to hear the

no internal injuries.The fOR $3.00 EAC" newest Metropolitan hits rendered by an excellent Orchestra. '

Ladies' Aid Society meets at

Mrs. Cross's this week. Every one They are absolutely guaranteed to-be Pictures Today...All Comedies f.
expects a good time when they go to _! perfectly safe and at the same time in. _

Mrs. Cross'. Her name "Cross" does expensive to operate. They cost"only "THEIRVIVES INDESCRETION r ,
1.3 as much to operate as an electric Comedy, Essany,
not suit her at all, as can be proven .
iron and are much easier to handle.
by every one who knows her. "ARCHIE AND THE BELL-BOY," Comedy, Edison V
Our people are talking of the mid- Call at the office and see ont demonstrated.ORNDO : ...
winter fair to be held in Orlando Feb- WHERE'S THE BABY," Comedy, Biograph. '

ruary represented 1721. there.Our people We regret will be Tan-well "IN THE HAND'S OF THE BLACK HAND," Comedy; Biograph.

gerine has no exhibit We could have You'll go away whistling! the music and laughing at the pictures.
made as good showing in citrus fruitsat .
least as any section in the state. WATER[ & LIGHT C
We have the fruit. The only thing i Children 5c PRIMS{ TIM Adults lOc
needed is a few energetic growers to
push the fruit where it can speak for Gas Department
itself. Continuous Performance from 3:30: to 10 P. M.
Messrs. Bert Boardman and Elmo "1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111'.

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on the lakes a month or two. We

wish them success and much pleasure COMING TUESDAY, FEB. lath, "THOR, LORD OF THE JUN- 4
but rather cool for this old Flor- "
; GLES, Selig's Masterpiece in three reels. .
ida cracker to wish to live in a tent
.
yet awhile. NEXT WEEK, BEELEY SHERLEY. '
The So-
Tangerine Improvement
J .
ciety will give their annual fair at i
their hall Friday afternoon and even-
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ing"of this week. All,are invited to IMMIIMIIHitMM*' MMMMMM " . .. . .
attend.Mr. .
W. I. Layton launched his new Just arrived car load !
boat last week and christened it by J For and
FORDS for immediate Economy purchase -
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upsetting his wife in twelve feet of

water. No damage was done. There delivery. I R t G H T power of your monREALTY&SBBDCO ,
were several frightened persons and a T
' thorough wetting. Mrs. Layton pre- Get now. FOR REAL ESTATE ey, "Try Wright's" Farm tVy

, fers that he use a bottle of champagneon yours Thats Our Business and Garden See his next boat while she remainson
land a dry spectator. F. G. RUSH, Orlando Florida. bulk. "Motto" Quantity

1f The young people gave a candy: Phone 226
social at the home of Mrs. and Miss and Quality.Fresh .
Wood last week. It was a grand suc-
Eggs 33C doz. Best Creamery Butter 39c11b.
cess. Besides having a good time the
young folks had between $17 and $18 Sweet Milk 13C qt. I o Ice 40C 100 Ibs., Limes' 150 ;doz.

to their credit. Several from Zell- Sweet Milk = 07e pint Fresh Butter Milk IOC Ct.

wood attended. We were unable to 1 Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Present" delivered by Express,

get their names but hope they will (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains at your door $1.35 cash with or ter.H .
meet with us again this week (Friday \
) at the town hall.

We are glad to see Mr. E. W. MMIIMMIMMIIIIMIIMMHMMHMMIIIIIIIIIMMM . ..
Bonynge improving and able to be IMIIIIHIIIMIi M
about his groves again. He enjoysour :


3 our town Florida. Emerson, is winters.Mr. at,Mr.an old.Baumgardner's time visitor to to H ORLANDO O BANK K & TRUST 1 COMPANY I. I


while.enjoy our healthful climate for a A Lead Pencil or Bottle of InKIs

We had a good attendance at '
Orlando Florida.
church and Sunday school Sunday a small investment, but a large partof .'

morning in spite of the threatening Condition at the close of business December 31, 1913
weather. the writers comfort and efficiency depends -

Rev., B. F. Marsh, of Eustis, RESOURCESLoans
on the kind.
having right
preached a fine sermon on "Their Net and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . $103,080.10
Brake," a paragraph in Luke, 5th A hard scratchy pencil where a soft one Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 362.37
chapter, 6th verse. The doctor can Stocks and Bonds . . . .'. . . . . . . . . 26,018.33
teach 'a good lesson to all who will is demanded, or a thick ink when only a fluidis Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . . . . . . 200,946.57

heed his preaching.We Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures . . . 25,974.87
had a small hailstorm about 7 needed, may discourage the worker and

Sunday. No damage done. We
a. m. ruin the work. We carry all grades, colors $656,382.2
are glad to report the freeze predictedto LIABILITIES

come.reach us Sunday night did not aad standard makes of pencils, and can fur- Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000.00Surplus

The orange trees in this section are nish on demand, the very best possible ink and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 35,214.86
beginning to show bloom buds. The Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 521,167.38
citrus crop was short this season, so for any kihd of pen work. Tell your penciland

we are expecting a very full crop ink troubles to the man behind the counter. 656382.21
next year.

The ,watermelon growers in this Deposits on Dec. 31, 1912 . . . . . . .. . . $489,971.68
section have planted their seed. W. S. BRANCH, Deposits on Dec 31, 1913 . . . . . . . . . $521,167.38
Mrs. John Pasby spent from Fridayto

Monday afternoon in her little Increase . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . 31,195.70The
The Arcade Book and Music StoreSacrifice
home id Tangerine. officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust
.
Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and

CHADWICK'S SPECIAL SALE MMMIIimilMtiiMltllllltMllimilllHIiilMIIMSeveral friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement.The .
LASTING 30 DAYS management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects

the conservative, sane and progressive methods employed in
No. 1-10 acres, 21-2 miles south f this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and
of hard road, all improved
east city on
; 175 budded orange and grape- strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in health-
Price
fruit trees just coming into bearing; a ful statements to its patrons.
7-room house; the land is of the best.
M. M. SMITH
PresidentW.
No. 2-Two 3-acre young groves in-
side of city, nicely situated to divide M. DAVIS, Vice-President C. E. NOLAN, CashierWE
into home lots.
No. 3-13 acres, 8 acres with broom @
house and 200 bearing grove;
the 5 acres is garden land divided in
acre lots and recorded.No. .
4-5 acres east between Amelia Several choice lots for immediate sale. Located just
and Concord avenues, just over city FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES -=.
limit line; a part of it to bearing one lot off Magnolia avenue on Concord avenue. Improved AND DO ALL KINDS OF i
and ; *a fine 8-room
grove grapery
house and other buildings. This is a I with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest OPTICAL REPAIRING $2.50 Crepe Meteor at $1.75 Sat
rare bargain to get a city home just
over the city line. Give this your at- locations in Orlando.
tention.No. urday and Monday.
; 5-40 acres, 20 improved with I ....
} 500 choice bearing orange trees, south The Price is Right I .
side of lake, near Altamonte Springs; :
fine bungalow of 8 rooms; also 4-room See our New Embroidery
cottage furnished; beautiful lawn and
shade; tennis court (cement); the : DR. L H. RAMSDELL Crepes
show place of the South, known as
the Foss Grove. On account of the : OPTOMETRIST


death means longer of sell attend Mr.it.No.6Several.Foss to nice,the Mrs.homes estate.Foss, close can This no to I rl ll R I H mt Co1 !I I ORLANDO(Successor, to.- Dr.- 0.- P.FLORIDA Line) MISSES' HAMILTON & DUNN


Lake Eola, and other parts of the city. I
Also choice lots, close in. : W. T. EXTRICAN,
If you want to buy for home or investment - Phone 504 Watkins BlockHtmiltliltlllMllimilllllliMimMIMMMIIIIH: for
Agents Barclay Corsets
I am a leader along these
lines. Call or phone and make date : Offers to Orlando'the newest and best
x for investigations.Open I of workmanship in the painting and McCall's Patternsc
evenings. I decorating trade. Phone 636.
19 W. Church St.-Phone 398 1211mS .
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Home Office
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Dealers in High Grade Subdivisions in all Parts of the United States.






Messrs Tourists, Investors and Townsmen:



Today is the LAST DAY of that BIG SALE of BIG LOTS in ORANGE


PARK; The Beauty Spot of Orlando.. -


President; Miller says sell them at once and give the buyers a chance to make i


more, money. This last day will be a combination private and auction sale. i


Free/rutos1eave San Juan Hotel from 1 to 2:30. Band concert at Band Stand at i


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


lotJ55 feet wide, 188 feet deep all ,covered with full bearing orange trees, locat j


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


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Will exchange a fine improved farmof NOTICE- 4::: :::::::::::::::::: :::' :: : : '11111111:11: 'llIJIItII
A. line On a Windy Wash Day. 160 acres in Minnesota for a bear- Notice is hereby given that the City
Watch how Father's union suits ing grove not too far from Orlando. of Orlando, Florida, will on January 1,
Describe what you have and address, 1915, pay off with interest to that
tick hilariously "Exchange," care Sentinel. 2-12-lw date, bonds numbered 7, 8, 9, 10, 19
Turkey-trotting. .next.Ito Mother's and 20, of the City of Orlando seven Have You
Seen .
/Stately lingerie; Warman Repairs and Retires Baby per cent. bonds, issued July 1, 1892, SEEEM
according to the provisions made for
Ingle dose' ,
stepping
together Carriages on Court street. 12-5-tf redemption in said bonds.
Dipping-strangle hold, Dated February 11, 1914.
Ceeping-kiln -to music hidden CARL JANSEN, City Clerk.
,
W. T. ENTRICAN
> the
With goons bold. Wakes a specialty of painting, paperf. 2.12-1m town furthest south
I efinishing floors, furniture, etc. V
Notice how the;;pink pajamasFull 636. l-2Mra Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel. : I

voluptuous fling, ;. In the
Brother ,Freddie's,porous pantlets l ';i famous Lake Regionof

Soar, like birds a-wing, To the West and NorthwestVIA

Contenpkte the monograms,
Muse the violet .
hose -- --
Undulating,curving, gliding, Florida I

Hanging by the toes. I DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND jpsi"" -

Next a lovely stretch of flutters, SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED

Delicately dance;
Sister Bessie's combinations Limited.Dixie Dixie Flyer. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Two Yeats Old

I ........................ Beautiful Homes
Riotously prance; Lv Orlando A. C. 1..12:31 am 3:13 pm Lv Orlando 3:13 pm
Ar Jacksonville, A. C. L... 6:45am 7:30pm Ar Jacksonville .............. ...... 7:30pm
Frilly, fluffy, thistle-downy, .. ....;:......
I Lv Jacksonville A. C. L. 9:35am 8:25pm Lv Jacksonville A. C. L 8:15.pmLv
Toying with the breeze Waycross A. C. L..1l:50am 10: 5pm Lv Waycross A. C. L .............10:20pm Electric Lights
; ...... ... .
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Ar Macon G. S. &.F. 5:13pm 4:15am Ar Macon G. S. & F. 3:46am
Surely Bessie's bifurcators ...... ..............
I Ar Atlanta C. of Ca 8:03pm 7:25am Ar Atlanta C. of Ga. 7:12am
............
Should not act like these.Whal' Ar Chattanooga W. S A..lISam 1lS5am Ar Ar Knoxville L. A N..................12:19pm Water Works System
Corbm. L & N. 3:16 pm Paved Streets
Ar ashVllle, N. C. & 5t. L 4:;)0 am 4:30 pm Ar Louisville, L & N. .............. 9:00 pm
; ............
this lot of dreary gingham, Ar 8t. Louis, I.C.&L&N. %:50 pm 70 am Ar Indianapolis Pa. L 1:50 am
............
Lifeless on their strings, I Ar IIopkins'il1e I L S N........... 6:2jpm Ar Ar Lexington Ciaciaant4 L L &&N.N.............. 6 8:50:5Opm pm Modern Hotel \
Flannel nighties, big, balloony, Ar Evansville, 1.N...... 98 am 9:25 pm Ar Kalamazoo, G. R. & 1. ..........1t: :lll pm
Horrid, sexless I Ar Terre Haute, C. S E. I.. 1:10 pm 1:Olam Ar Grand Rapids, G. R. k L ....... %:4i pm Elevation 200 Feet
things; Ar Chicago, C. d E. I...... 6:50pm 6:50am ArCIVland-B Four ............. 7:15am No Swamps
And these others-are they Broth 1-

Never er's with? those hooks; Solid train, DIXIE composed, LIMITED of section drawing. Solid SOUTH train, composed ATLANTIC of LIMITED electric lighted( 90 miles south of Orlando in DeSoto Countyleave
room sleeping cars observation compartmentcars I
Even the winds refuse to wanton, and dining ear, between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping_car and coaches -
These must be the cook's! Chicago, and section, drawing-room sleepingcar between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, and
'I between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Jacksonville, ORLANDO 3:30
Louisville
and
m. Arrive
Indianapolis; p. SEBRING SW
-Kate Masterson in Life. DIXIE FLYER p. m.
through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
I Solid traih, carrying electric lighted com- also
I 1 Cleveland; Pullman sleeping car between
I'artment observation
sleepers and electhc
A West Virginia magistrate fined a:lighted section drawing-room sleepers. First- Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondays
teamster for swearing at a horse.;class' coaches and smoking car. Dining car and Thursdays of each week. Dining car
Had it been a mule there might have!serves. meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati I

been extenuating circumstances. -
FOR TICKET PULLMAN RESERVATIONS AND IXFOR UTIOX. WRITE OR CALL 0V SEEKING OFFERS
I W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent. OPPORTUNITIES WALL LINES.I .
Sometimes a cut and dried program Atlantic Coast Line, Orlando
gets soaked. J
FOR
; I I FURTHER I'FOFIdT1UCALL AT

To repeat a time scorn phrase-r "


The every News only knock's is way only a you news boost.can when get it's it in fresh.Orlando -I i|I y FOR. SALE" (8RIN6( REAL( I (ESTATE I 1\I( 'OFFICEi ( I 4


is to read the SentineLNow's 'I New Two-Story Modern
'I NO. 5
ORANGE AYE. ORLANDO
i FLORIDA
the time to subscribe Everybody's House one block from
doin it ,
j C. B. Tread way and Ed. L. Hainz,
,
Opposite
i Lucerne Circle. I Local Representatives
WOOD, COAL AND ICE I I San Juan Hotel

Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's 11IIIIlllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllI'II""I'I''I'

Goal Yard, phone-..566..- 931tfTake I Helen Wright, Owner; M ::::" " \" " ' ::' J

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THE DAILY SIDELIGHTSBy with the family skeletons instead of principle of the rule of the Square / imimiiiiiiiiiimMiiMitiiiittiiiHiiMiiiMH'
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t--. parading them in public. Deal-the rule on which modern business II
South Florida SentinelMORNING * '* depends.Ed. .
; ( W. S. Branch) I success
The Federal baseball league makesa
AND WEEKLY If you are too old to enter the "Bet-

3 JOSiAH FERRIS Editor and Owner. ter Babies" contest, you might qualityfor from noise present like a indications real something the ,effect and G. Huggins, U. S. N., a Pensa- I Dickson-lves Co1i

Entered at the po toffic at Orlando. Florida the "Better Men" contest. You cola boy, has been assigned to the station -
break the
u Second Class Mail Matter. can begin at any time and our word will be to up monopolythat in that city. He reported for
has been carried on by Ban Johnson -
TO ADVERTISERS: for it you will enjoy the experimentand duty at the Pensacola navy yard Mon-
and few others for several
your friends and family will be a day morning. Mr. Huggins has just
1 Cop for display and all other hand-set Possibly those Federals got a
adrtrtUlnr most be handed in at the bosineu delighted also. years. completed a service of four years and 'C
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. * tip from Woodrow about how to tackle and the assign-
at
two months sea
before This rule applies DEPARTMENTAL STORE
the day publication. the strongholds of combinations.GET .
to chanfea for contract advertising: it II A man is seldom so tough that some ment of him to his home station is
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invariable and will be strictly adhered to. _
woman can't lead him like a lamb to quite a compliment. _

SUBSCRIPTION RATES: the slaughter.-Times-Union Philoso- ALL THE FACTS YOU CAN
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One Year ......................$5.00 pher. -

Six Months ................... 2.50 And soon after they are married he No one ever had too much informa- iMIIIIIHIIIIIII i

Three Months ................. 1.25 develops signs of being' pig and be- tion. Some of us appear to think we : Orlando'sI Shopping
In Advance. gins to "beef every time she asks "know it all"-but really we all know :

him for money for a new hat or gown, that our fund of information is decidedly Auto Oil
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1914. because he belongs to the "bears" and limited. Supreme

-I the prices continue! to rise, thereby Each day and each hour has some-
St. Valentine's,Day. PLACEeJV
causing him to lead a dog's life. thing to teach us and if we are wisewe
o * will learn. The oil that has
Don't forget that float.
Let us hope that some one will This newspaper, for instance, is full stood the
o supreme -
pull down the remnants of last year's of interesting information. Some
The Ocala Banner is in a flush of
fair decorations from the top of the parts of it will be useful to you- test
prosperity, offering to give away automobiles .
Hudnall block, before the fair begins. other parts to some one else.
and other valuable presents.
* GoodsAlready
Perhaps the most important infor-
o --THATGood .
There is a possibility of overdoing mation is that conveyed by the ad-
Fred DeBerry proclaims his caliber
politeness when you are making a call vertisements.
when he refers to the CongressionalRecord the Departments are showig a freshness,
on the telephone. If you wish for No. They are live personal messages
as a joke. Fred is a joke but a Newness, a Kaledescope of New Colors. We are receiving .
Gulf Gasoline
without the ,
60, say "Sixty" adding about merchandise and service. They
he doesn't know it. of Mercandise. In order to
word "please. Otherwise you are are planned in a spirit of cooperationto daily many cases

o liable to get 63, as "three" and be helpful to you and to the man please our many customers, these we are opening up,
4 Mayor Mitchel of New York has
taken good care of his former law "please" sound quite alike over the who is paying for them. although' it was our original intention of not showing any
wires. The telephone girls are enti- He can only hope to profit by making -
partners; he has given them both fat New Goods until our New Store was complete and we
tled to the greatest of considerationand his announcements of service to:
jobs under his administration.o were fully installed. When down town pay us a visit
but there is such
politeness a P. G. WALTON Agt.
---- thing as overworking the little word you.He believes he has what people are and see for yourself Fashions Latest Caprices.
Postmaster Burleson has fired the
"please." looking for; and he comes out franklyand
Republican postmaster at Miami for -
* tells them exactly what he has. PHONES 450.269
failure to answer his letters promptly.
There is no doubt that the town is It is the fair and above-board way
Burleson is fiery when he gets "het
filling up with thieves, pickpockets,I of doing,. things. It is applying the ....tiiHiiimiiitiiIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII .

up. o gamblers and toughs generally, and twill N w ilt ll Dre1 ,
be well to take extra care about
Uncle Joe Cannon the says we must open doors and windows for the next I
grin and bear Democratic admin-
ten days. If you have more jewelryand I
istration. That's better than we could
do under Republican rule of the Cannon diamonds than you can wear, they An Accidentis THE NEW CREPES, RICE CLOTHS, RATINES,

will be safer in the deposit vaults until AND WOOL C EPE
CREPES SILK
kind; we bore it, but we didn'tgrin. SILK CANTON ,
after the fair. Don't expect threeor
four policemen to keep constant De CHINES, ALL SILK CREPE DE CHINES, UAC- ,

o, watch over three or four square milesof likely to occur to any QUARD SILKS, FOULARD SILKS CHAMELEON
The suit against Senator Gore looks

i at this distance to be a dirty conspiracy territory. TAFFETAS, CHINESE SHANTUNGS, DELAINE, EtcMen's
* time. The
against him. In any event the one at any
The article by Sam G. Blythe in
people bringing it have branded them-
last week's Saturday Evening Post,
selves so that all will know just whereto cost is not much.
about why he quit the habit of drink-
place them. Furnishinl'Vhen
ing intoxicating liquors, is well worth i
:o
reading by any man who drinks or Better
Live Oak is raising a howl about any man who does not Mr. Blythe see me.iMHItimilllllllilMitllMMIItilillMMt.

its postoffice building, and is stirring does not write from the viewpoint of I

things in Washington. It is high time a "temperance crank," a "personal it's a question of Boots and Shoes, bear in

4 that Orlando did something of the liberty" enthusiast, nor even as a s.AT A.'IIII'llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllt. mind that we carry the celebrated "Johnson and :Murk

kind. Sitting on the stool of do-noth-.I moralist He tells in a very natural phy" make in Black and Tans, Gun, Calf and Patents.A .
r ing doesn't get anything. and matter of fact manner how he
at
York
Shoe that is sold in New $8.00
o got to drinking a social glass with

There are enough editors in De- the boys, how the habit grew on him, t ____
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the
III I We Sell at $6.50 ask us reason \
l Soto county to have an organization, how he could see where it was goingto

and they frequently get together, end if he did not cut it out, and
A. Y. FULLER R. L FOX Sons and stock \
For we
carry
PARENTS! your
have a dinner and auto ride, and then how he just naturally quit. There is

talk shop. It's a good thing, but few a rugged honesty and originalityabout largely, the Famous "Right Posture" Knicker Bocker

counties in Florida have so many ed all of Mr. Blythe's writings that THE PALMS AUTO COREO Suits in sizes, ages from 7 ta IS years.

itors who are such $ood fellows. makes them attractive and this one is If you study their Clothing as closely as your own,

o fully up to his standard. MOTOR CARS these are the clothes for them.

Last week the Fort Meade Leader *- *

jumped on the Tampa. Tribune for Madam Melba, the great prima : For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a

carrying whiskey advertisements, and donna, must be growing old like the I
the Tribune came back at the Leader rest of the world. She has begun full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good forceof

f for carrying gambling advertisementsThis making farewell tours. If she keepsat competent repair men. All our work is absolutely Our Muslin Underwear
week the Leader says "The Tri. it as long as Sara Bernhardt she

bune is certainly a live, alert news- will make her final farewell tour guaranteed.
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paper." about A. D. 1925.

o * :Meets the taste of the most refined, Dainty Weaves,
Soft Qualities are here-nothing -
Tammany Leader Charles F. Murphy The Atlanta Journal thinks that Exquisite Designs, Fine

has the parts of greatness. He "jealousy is responsible for a lot of THE PALMS AUTO CO else shown. .

never loses his temper. He appearedat fruits that are kept in family jars."

his office a few days ago in New 'Tis true, 'tis pity, and pity 'tis 'tis FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.

York, after all the attacks upon him, true," but it would help some if the H

and smilingly said he was willing to i family jars were kept in the closet ItliilMllittlMIMIIHMIMmMMMOIMMMtlttMtDIAMONDS

help with the uplifht of the party in Reaffy-t-ear r n Bellafiffleilt

New York. What are you going to I

do with a man who smiles at you all

the time? Pleasant Holt doesn't .
During the last few days we have opened up sev-
smile, but he is just as imperturbableas of the Read-to-Wear Costumes, Skirts and
Murphy, and Holt succeeds, in eral cases
Charmingly Dainty Creations in the New
spite of the many villainous lies that Dresses.Weaves of Crepes, Rice Cloths, Wash Silks, Dolly Var-
about him.
told
are den effects in Ratines, Etc., Etc.

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Orlando is about to realize a need .. "

for a long time in the organization ofa .

building and loan association. It.. IS OUR ,SPECIALTY .

will be headed by Orlando's best business JEWELRY.

and professional men, and will Grocery n Bea1tfflellt

be in every sense worthy of support; IS OUR HOBBYWATCHES .

in turn it will be a great benefit to .. .

wage earners and others who find it

hard to accumulate enough in one NONE BUT OF BEST MAKE 1 Extra Special in Canned SoupsA

lump sum to purchase a home. Prop-
You all well know that we carry the largest and
erty in Orlando will never be cheaper
best selected stock of Diamonds, Jewelry, Watches, Special Purchase of Gart ce Bros., Soups-in
than it is now, and if one living
any Cut Glass, China and Novelties in the State, and the Quart Sizes-all varieties-Sold everywhere at 40 cents
here expects to make his home here,
price is undoubtedly attractive, for we pay direct from Our Quantity Purchase Enables us to sell them
it is wise to begin at once to pay fora .. a can.
nestEditor manufacturers. Finest Watch Repair Shop. Artistic

o t Manufacturing of Jewelry.T.H.Evans While they Last at 20c Can '


Jordan of the Punta Gorda ....'.
Herald has an illuminating editorial j' '

on the importance of the office. of
i commissioner of agriculture. There'i


1 will formed fice,be and several concerning the people candidates the should duties for this be of the of-in- Our Mail il Oiler r r n BeDartfflellt t


office, so that they may select con- ..
scientiously the man best fitted for

the place. Voters are too indifferentin Write for Samples of anything you may need-

filling public offices. They vote the Jeweler cheerfully sent. We pay postage and express on all out

for a man because he is a neighbor, of town orders.

or a good fellow, or because he needs I

the office. The good of the service .
should be the sole guide and measure ,.. ?J OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE

for the man viho offers for office. Oran e Ave. Orlando

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That man is rare who has the frank- we- EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
ness to tell his candidate friend, who t

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Eating Pure Candy is More Than a | ROBINSON & STARKEY, Managers | TEE: JM1:0D..A.ET'


Mere Pleasure. Here's Why. ..
A Matinee 2 to 10 P.M. | *

i Admission 5 cents |
Of course, hundreds of people all over the country centsDGllDGDGllDGDallDGDGllDCDGllDcl i

eat Candy just because they like Candy just to l LAST DAYS r [EXPOSITION

satisfy that desire for something sweet--and you also "A Much Wanted Baby" (Frontier)

have done the same thing many times. A comedydrama"His

If we can convince you that pure candy is Mother's Drama.Song" (Imp.) T Mo art Mrs. Gleason's T Modart
e e
healthful really beneficial from a food standpoint "Miss Fairweather Out West" (Fron.)
A comedy in which a rich old maid expert fittings of
why then you'll realize that your money is well weds cook, discovering he is a

spent when you buy Candy from our large assort nobleman after he befriendsher. MODART CORSETS

She makes him

ment. boss of all. The Improved Front Laced I Ihas


BOND OF SUPERVISOR WILLIAMS The Modart proved a revelation to the ladies The Mo arl

BUTT'S KANOY KiTCHEN[ APPROVED BY BOARD O of this city and added laurels to the O U

fame of MODART CORSET. This
The bond ofMr. Frank H. Williamsas
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conclusively
supervisor of registration was approved prove
>4, I The home oi pure home-made Candies yesterday by the board of en that in the MODART CORSET

l 'county commissioners at a specie weliave a corset that gives artistic

Orange" AvenueWADE session. The supervisor is required : lines, comfort and healthfulness. If

to give bond of five hundred dollars you have not had a chat: with Mrs.

bearing Mr. Seth the Woodruff names of and two Mr.sureties.Josiah :: The e M 0 ar I minutes Gleason, in come our i in corset and spend department a few The e M 0 ar I

Ferris were the sureties offered by
Mr. Williams. :. today. Get a trial fitting of the

The Orlando Sentinel carries an excellent .

WADE picture of the glee club of WIRES OF THE POSTAL WERE : MODART
j Rollins college at Winter Park, and NOT DOWN
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THE TUNER
in.the group is noticed F. L Froemke, .
ORLANDO FLA. FRONT LACED CORSET
,
of this city.-Daytona Gazette-News. There was a report yesterday that :

p J Mrs. Forrest Lake came down from Orlando was cut off from wire com- : Hf MOIIRT TilE MO1IF1T
Sanford last night to attend the reception munication to the north by the wires I and see for yourself the youthful and

Mr. J. R. Hinson, of St. Paul, Minn., of Mrs. Hart and Miss Hartat being down. Manager Moore of the : graceful lines this famous corset can

Is in the city today. the Rosalind club. Mrs. Lake is Postal Telegraph company stated to : give you. No expense to youdon'tbuy

Recent arrivals at the San Juan include the guest of Mrs. J. N. Bradshaw the Sentinel last night that the Postal : unless there is a decided im- X

Mr. aiui Mrs. S. L. Slaight, of while in the city. wires had been uninterrupted, and the provement-then you should.

Chicago. S Mrs. E. A. Thomas, Miss Nell service was as perfect as ever.

Mr. Wm. H. Smith, of Davenport, Thomas, and her guest, Miss Kathleen iitiimiiiiiiiMiMMMiiimiiiitOrlando's
Iowa, is 'in Orlando today lookingover Hill, of Washington, Ga., have gone to FUNERAL OF PAUL EICHEL-

this section.. Jacksonville to spend the weekendand BERGER TEE OD.AETTne
attend, a big dance this eveningat
Mr. J. (fP. Wilson came up from
Atlantic Beach. The funeral of Paul Eichelberger,
to transact business -
Lakeland yesterday who died in Yoakum, Texas, the first
Bishop and Mrs.
with Dr. Herbert Smith. Gray, with Miss
Emma Gray, will go to Longwood today of the week, will take place at two
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Howson and T. o'clock Sunday afternoon from the
for a brief visit in the home of
' King Wilson, of Chillicothe, Ohio, are arrived
Catholic church. The body
Mr. F. H. Rand, the
bishop giving
ser-
among the tourists in Orlando.Mr. and taken in chargeby
last
night was
vice there
tomorrow morning in I
and Mrs. Graham Brown are Christ church. Hammond & Gore, the undertakers. y owell. uckwortn

:recent arrivals at the San Juan, reg- o.
The yqung ladies of the Orlando
istering there from Shelbyville, Ky.
high school will sell home-made candy
Lace Collars, Chemisettes and FUNERAL OF MRS. MARY E.
this afternoon in front of DeLaney &
Guimps at Boardman's "Store of Sat McLOONThe
Abernethy's drug store on Orange
isfaction." 2-13-2t avenue. The proceeds will to the Store
go Largest
funeral of Mrs. Mary E. Mc-
T. H. Evans returned last night benefit of the basket ball team. .
from Jonesboro, Ga., where he went Brick i Loon was conducted at the Baptist
cheese
Philadelphia
cream I
to attend the funeral of the late W. T. cheese, Pimento cheese, Swiss cheese, church Dr. Edw.yesterday T. Poulson.afternoon The body by Rev.will Quality Did It."

Sims. and Limburger cheese at John F. be taken to Apopka this morning for
Bartow was represented in Orlando Empie's Cash Store, 2.11-3t burial

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Miller, Mrs. Ella Marquis and Mr. agent for the Audubon Society, is expected -. BABY ORANGE TREE IN FULL
A. J. Lewis. I in the city this afternoon, and BLOOM
The Orlando Sentinel is one year will spend several days in this vicin For a nice, clean shave, 'or an

jold-and one of the brightest and ity. Dr. Swope is from Cincinnati, Mrs. J. M. Alden has an orange artistic hair cut, try the 0. K. BarberShop I HMHMMMIMIMHIMtMimM IIHMIIIIHilMB

newsiest dailies Florida.-St.% Augustine and has spent a number of years in tree, a seedling, about six inches high on Boone street two doors 2-7-6t from

Record. working for bird protection.Mr. which is covered with blossoms. It'sa Church street. :

Messrs. J. D. Pope and Geo. T. William Mutting arrived yes freak,but a very fragrant and beau- |I Eat what you want. Cakes Cakes!

1 Cashon, of Chicago, are.tourists regis terday from Utica, N. Y., and will tiful one. Eat all you want.
tering at the San Juan for an indefinite remain here until: spring. Mr. Hutting Take a postscript and forget it.
For sale by all durggists. t
sojourn.Mr. was induced to come to Orlando POINTED PARAGRAPHS 1.7-d&w-lyr I

J. E. Richards, of East Orange, through the good advices of his I ,,
We have added cake
' N. J., arrived in Orlando last night I friends, Senator W. D. Gorsline, whois It's sometimes easier to bear it The "Reversible Tango Cloth" here.I a depart-

' and expects to spend some time in a genuine booster for Orlando. than it is to grin. Ask to see it, at F. N. Boardman's : ment and will sell you any

fthis vicinity. Another award has been added to "Store of Satisfaction." 2-13-2t :

Flaxons, in checks and stripes, all the prizes already offered in the "Bet- There is a saving. clause in every amount you want. Try some i

colors, at Boardman's "Store of Sat- ter Babies" contest, as "WhisperingBill" miser's creed. TENT YEARS IN ORLANDO
of the Plain Raisin :
following
:
isfaction." 2-13-2t Speer announces he will give Chiropodist for both men and wo ,

Mr. F. M. Bookwalter, of Spring- half a dozen fine rose bushes to the Don't worry-unless for doing. you can drawa men.scalp massage.Manicure,Feet pedicure a specialty., face and L. i : Citron, Marble, Lady, Oriental,
salary so
field, Ohio, arrived in Orlando last best baby girl, who should thus be J. Mustard, 117 Orange avenue, over
night and will probably spend a cou- provided with an abundance of blossoms Curtis & O'Neal's store. 2-6-1m ii Nut, Rich.
ple of weeks. for her parties of the future. Occasionally it is cheaper to move r
than to try to live it down. BEAUTIFULAnd
Dr. and Mrs. C. S. Jordan, of Ash- Lieut. "Jack" Beardall, of the U. S. healthy- nair can be had by using

vflle, N. C., will arrive Sunday to battleship Vermont, arrived last even- I Most fire are patterned Davis' Sage and Sulphur Hair Rem-
visit Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Graham, on ing for a few weeks' visit to his mother escapes edy. Produces that soft, fluffy effect.
Lucerne Circle. Mrs. Wm. Beardall. Jack is pop- after the straight and narrow way. Will remove dandruff and stop falling Estes THE SANITARY GROCERY t

ular, not only in his home town, but hair or your money back.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Rogan, of Detroit A woman doesn't necessarily fib Pharmacy sells it. 7-lw
has won many honors since his .
Mich., arrived yesterday from in the navy, and his friends entrance about her age; she may refuse to .- : I .CARUTHERS & GORE f
Palm Beach and expect to spend partof tell it. N'UTItI
the winter here. here are delighted at his return, even An Ordinance Providing for the Repeal .I Phone 200 ''' X7 6 & 8 E. Pine Street *
for a short time, to the "City Beautiful of Ordinances Requiring Li-
White Dresses for girls from 6 to ." Among other things that it isn't cense Fees for Milk Licenses.Be I

14 years, at Boardman's "Store of safe to fool with are toy pistols and it Ordained by the City Councilof I
Satisfaction." 2132tMrs. Silk Creeks, Silk Crepe, Fancy platonic love. the City of Orlando: That so muchof CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
Crepe, in various colors, at Board- any ordinances of the city which
Arthur Simpson and Dr. Will man's "Store of Satisfaction." 2-13-2t provides for the payment of license 1.1 ; IMiiMMMMItlllilliMHHIIMmilMlimSpecial
Simpson, of Kissimmee, were guestsof If it is a woman and the shoe fits, fees to be paid on the issuing of milk
the Misses Person at the Rosalind A party composed of H. 0. Se- she takes it back and exchanges it licenses be and the same is hereby

dance Thursday evening.Mr. bring, Dr. Etheredge, E. D. Granger, for a size smaller. repealed.Adopted.
T. V. Conway, and H. C. Ward of Se- February _1914.E. .
LeRoy B. Giles left last night Fla. F. SPERRY, Mayor.
bring, drove
for Fort where Mrs. Giles through yesterdayin Along the road that leads to fail- Attest:
George,
two autos. The trip is being made JANSEN, City Clerk.
has ure we see a lot of pikers sitting on CARL
been her :
visiting parents. Theyare through the country in order to study the fence waiting for something to 214.4
expected home tonight. Bargains
i the different road materials and to turn .-Chicago News. I i
Mrs. M. Cloudman, Mrs. W. H. i decide on the most practical materialfor LUTHER THE FLORISTCut
Cloudman, Mrs. G. V. Dotsman andJ. the construction of roads at Se- '
L McGuire, of Montgomery, Ala., bring. Sebring is a small town to the Mrs. William B. Stoner, of Wash- Flowers .. .
are registered at the San Juan. ington, delivered an address at the
south and her
people realize that
of the ROSES, VIOLETS, l-Four Cadillac
regular monthly meeting Equal Passenger $350
Miss Edna Barnard, an accom- progress is promoted by the buildingof I
Franchise in Jacksonville Mon-
league
plished nurse from Baltimore, arrivedin good roads. CARNATIONS, PANSIES,

nected Orlando with last night and will be con Mr. H. 0. Estes, who for several work day night.as Florida's Mrs. Stoner representative spoke of her in POTTED PLANTS 1-Five Passenger Hudson $500

Dr. Christ's sanitarium.Mrs. months past has been associated
with Washington, one of the organizers of
A. E. Lynch, of Sharon, Mass., his brother, Dr. V. W. Estes, in the the National Suffrage association. These cars are in good shape
+ Mrs. M. J. Lynch, of Boston, and Mrs. drug business, has tired of the simple good

N. C. Lowe, of Jackson, Miss., arrived life of a retailer and leaves today I Ladies' hair Good Wood $1.50 tires and ready to run.
I dressing, ,
yesterday and are located at the Or- to again take a position on the road' massage
shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber Wood $2 and $2.25
land.Mr. for the Southern Drug company, of Belter -
1-2-tf
and Mrs. James H. Robinsonarrived Jacksonville. Mr. Estes had been Shop. t 4
yesterday from Glens Falls, very successful in this work for this Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75 San Juan Garage Co.
Sentinel want ads. read.OSTEOPATHY.
N. Y., and same company for several are
are guests of Mr. and Mrs. years before This won't last long, ,
A. J. Robinson on North Orange ave coming to Orlando. His ,territory
will extend from Tampa to Palat- Stock up while you can. I All Night Service
nue.Mrs. ka on the Coast Line and i
J. W. his head-
Maynard, sister of the
late W. T. Sins, returned yesterday quarters will be in this city. Orlando Wood Yard I
DR. J. C .HOWELL
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from Jonesboro, Ga. She was accom- Eat what you want. I AJAX TIRES don't cost any more and are guar-
panied by Mr. Gilbert, of Jonesboro, Eat all you want. Hours, 10-12, 3.5, and by appointment 104 W. Pine St. anteed for five thousand miles.
Take No extra charge for house treatment
a postscript and forget it.
who Sims.was a very close friend of Mr. For sale by all druggists. Telephone connections B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor 1

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AUTO TRUCK FOR SALE at a price I FOR SALE-Good row boat
cypress till
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you can afford to pay to own it. for sale. In good condition. Apply I1111 IIIIIS HtttilllHMtllitllMmtHMCalifornia
; 311 North Orange avenue. 1-27-tf 510. S. DeLaney street 2-14-tf'II.

FOR SALE-Two good Ibts, 50x150. 5
Will sell two for $600. Two blocks FOR REm ::
west from Orange avenue. Inquire of
C. B. Lamsen, 202 West Amelia Ave. IIII
New Arrivals 2-8-6t A FIVE-ACRE TRUCK FARM in II
Orlando for rent Apply to 307 Bungalows
FOR SALE-The best real estate bar- East Pine street. 286tFOR .

Ratines, Eponges, Crepes, Poplins, Terry gain home.in town For, either particulars for investmentor call on RENT-Large attractive room : Fine Location. Large Lot

owner, C. S. Hamblin, Rowland'sGrocery. in new bungalow. 203 Ridgewoodavenue.
Cloth, Lawns in the latest colors. Ladies 2-7-6t 2-4t1 Only one left to sell ,

Home Journal Patterns at. just inside city limits. Equally FOR rooms RENT-Furnished with bath and extra dwelling toilet,on 7 Four built and sold in less than 3 months.
good for pasture or trucking pur
first
floor. 210
poses. For price, call on or address, Ridgewood avenue. Best
Present have values ever offered in Orlando
Miss Bernice Smith occupants to return
McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT l-30-2w Orlando, Fla. North. 2-12-3t

EIGHT-ROOM furnlsned house; gas Price $2 750
FOR SALE and electric lights. 205 E. Robinson .

STORE Five.room bungalow; three spacious avenue, on Lake Eola. 12-23-tf : Inspect No. 5 today.An .
piazzas; sleeping porch, and all mod- i:
FOR RENT-New, furnished ,
4 506 rooms
ern improvements. Lexington St.;
128 S. Orange Ave.IIMMMMIIIMIIMMItlMMiHMMimiMlllliiiiiM. 1-15-lm in new modern house; kitchenette :: ideal all year round home-at a low price.
if desired; rent reasonable. 14 East II
Amelia, next to Wyoming. 2-12-3t
THIRTY ACRES, high, fine round
timber; cut over once; three acres FOR RENT-Large, well furnished 1\
cleared and planted in orange and room to persons wishing suburban FRED. B. DALE Owner iI
grapefruit; lake front and beautiful accommodations; also 2 acres good ,
location for a home; one mile and a truck land, close in. Good opportunity
quarter from Ocoee. $800. A. M. for right person. Address A," 306 Andersoiteet
I\Clarke, Ocoee, Fla. 1-28-tf I I I Sentinel. 9-8tf\::. :

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A Boston man named Swimmer has FOR SALE-Five-passenger Overland 1
gone into bankruptcy. Evidently he automobile. Owner has to return iliMtiittMIIHilMHitttttttttttlltttliMfttiMtmSee

got into a sea of trouble. North. Can be seen.at Phillips' gar .. i I,111111111111111111111011111111111111111111111111111'
age. 2-12-3t I

The work of putting in the sewer- FOR SALE-600 acres of high grade Corner 1
age system in Mulberry is being citrus land; 2 miles facing Orlandoand : BASE BALL !
Oakland brick road, and 2 1-2 II.I.
?.e pushed very rapidly.Apalachicolt's miles on lake shore., S. S. Griffin, '
Orlando, Fla. Lake and Anderson 1

big fair will open FOR SALE
Thursday and continue for three days.It One two-horse .
wagon; one two-seat Columbia College
promises to be the biggest affairin spring wagon; three wagon horses. StreetsHiitMiiinitmtimMMittiittiitMiMitMtiiiiii
the history of that city. Cheap. R. E. Kelsey, Oviedo, Fla. vs.
1-31-2w I

The Woman's Improvement club of FARM LAND I I' I I Rollins College
St. Cloud held its annual I +
reception at 120 acres, near Orlando, must be I
the New St. Cloud hotel last Thurs- sold. :Make me an offer. C. D. Chad- "
day night. It was the most success- wick, 19 W. Church St., Orlando, Fla. AUTO BARGAIN I I MISCELLANEOUS
I
ful social event in the history of the 2-6-6t Late Studebaker roadster, perfect WINTER PARK \ 1 .
club. FOR SALE condition, guaranteed. Original price WANTED-Two honest, reliable, and
$800; for immediate sale $350. Leav- neat appearing girls for ice cream MONDAY FEBRUARY 16TH
Loquats (Japanese plums), best;ing city. Wm. R. Cunningham, Wil- stand during fair week. Write at ,
The Arcadia Land and Improve- fruit for jelly and preserves. Phoneor lola hotel. Phone. 2-10-3t once to R. G. White, Winter Park
write your orders. Also banana AT 3 P. M. :
ment Fla.
is this ,
company week shipingtwo 2-ll-5t
in
plants size
any or quantity. Writeor FOR SALE
car loads of new Irish potatoesto phone your orders to John :Murphy,
the north. One car went to Chicago Schenley Place, Orlando. Phone 322. Six hundred acres timber land, and WANTED-General 404 E. Central servant. Apply VI
2-13-lw ten acre orange grove, with two miles avenue. 2103tWANTED ORLANDO
and the other to Philadelphia.These of lake shore, near Winter Garden, :
potatoes will net the companya FOR SALE AT A BARGAIX-FOR one of the greatest trucking and TO RENT cottage of about: .
little better than $2.00 per bushel, TEN citrus centers of Florida. The orange six rooms. Must be close in and TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1JTH .
DAYSA Ii
crop will pay interest on the whole reasonable. Address J. L. D., care
and the two cars contain 450 bushels five-room house and lot; bath investment Terms. S, S. Griffin, Sentinel. 2-12-3t AT 10:30 A. M.
t each, making a total*profit for the and modern conveniences; hot and owner, Orlando, Fla. 2-5
crop of $1,800.-A cadia Enterprise. cold water, and electric lights. House WANTED-White woman for general First Series of Intercollegiate Championship of Fla.
comparatively new. For price, call at FOR SALE housework. Suburban home. Small
No. 411 Boone street. family Good home, Address
Telephone 364. Fresh good pay. -
Jersey cow, third calf 11111111'1'1'111111111111111111111'111.1'1111'1111111
2-11-Gt ; per- X. Y. Z., this office. 2-12-3t
k PEOPLE'SVAT fectly gentle, and free milker. Can --- -
FOR SALE be seen at Oak Knoll farm. Fogg & WANTED-Position as chauffeur.
Osteen, Altamonte Springs, Fla. Four years experience, any ma 111'1111111'111'IIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIII"IttReal
T= JIUNNIMAKERS Farm of twenty acres, ten acres 1-31-tf chine. Can care for car. L. Alexander

Notices of Lost, Wanted. For Sale, For cleared, seven acres cultivated. 2 1-2 care Sentinel. 2-12-31 Estate Agents, Investors and HomeseekersATTENTION ,
Rent, ete. for this column 25c for one day miles west of Taft P.O., near Lake LAKE EOLA LOTS
50c for three days, or $1.00 for one week for Davis. Good wire fence on three We will put on the market February WANTED-Man with horse or mule !
25 words or less. Money most accompany sides; Small new house and well., 16th 22 lots
the advertisements for this column overlooking Lake who can take care of grove and liveon
as no
insertions will be made on credit About 15,000 feet of saw timber. Eola, comprising some of the most place. He may also care for other
Land all dry and suitable for trucking desirable building sites in Orlando. groves as this one will not require I offer for $1,900 two-story, six-room cottage, with ,
FOR SALE or citrus fruit. Am too old to Our agent, H. C. McDaniel, has been constant attention. Apply Jas. E. rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, nurth.
work it and will sell at a bargain. instructed to put such prices on these Crawford, city. 2-10-tf Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also
FOR SALE-If you wish to purchasea Owner, Box 137, Taft, Fla. lots as will sell them. We want our six-room bungalow oil finish, double verandas. Specials
house and lot try No. 9 East Liv 1-12-1m.d&w ;
and WANTED
money they are bargains. See good young girl to a -
ingston avenue. It is for sale. 7-6t II. C. McDaniel for prices. Wilson & list with housework. Apply to 307 heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy base,
:FOR SALE OR EXCHANGEForreal Toomer. 2-10-6t Broadway. 2-6-6t ment wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or
FOR SALE-House and lot. 412 East estate in Orlando or close by, furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery.
Pine street. Best bargain in city. a large ice cream factory and bakery, FOR SALE
2-12-St with retail store, all YOUR SUIT WANTS PRESSING.Just House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These
modern
equip Pure Georgia cane syrup, in any ring 448 for the Arcade Pressing -
ment-brine freezer, cement storage lots connect at the corners, with rose house between. I
HATCHING EGGS-S. C. White Leg tanks and sales quantity. Also Georgia seed peanutsof Club. The boy will call. Club
of six to the whole for and allow dealer's commission.
offer
eight hundred $3,800
horn; Rhode Island Reds. 60c. early and late varieties. Will have rate, 8 pieces $1. Ladies' work a specialty. -
per gallons per week, all sold in town: in few days of seed Open to all. .
r dozen. R. Christensen, Orlando, Fla. where made, which is one of the best variety corn; also 1-10-lra
2-12-2tdltw : Georgia smoked meat in hams, mid
{suitable summer business towns on for Lake Michigan; a dlings and shoulders. Headquartersat LOST-Gold crescent set with pearls, E. N. COY
; SEE H. II. WITHERINGTON for a|'winter business in persons having a W. R. King's, 47 West Church yesterday, somewhere between 413S.
bargain in a winter home at Apopka, person interested the South. Any street, the cheap cash grocer. Main street and Windermere hotel. 307 West SI. Norlli.OrlandoMIMMtlllllimilliMiMIMItMIMMMMftlimtHf
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3. can see interior
Orange county, Florida. pho Yours with thanks, Finder leave at Miss McKee's at 413S.
tographs of this
2-13-6t-ltw J. S. Colvin place, by addressin "The Georgia Man," Main and receive liberal reward.
Orlando
Fla. 2-4-tf
2-13-tf W. E. POWELL 2.7-3t \

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PRICES, 25c, 50c, 75c THE GOLDEN WEDDING-TOE PRINCE-US! AWFUL VENGEANCE

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; I Seats on sale Estes Pharmacy, Thursday, Feb. 19.
PRICE 5c TO ALL

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increased 'over GIVE YOU A DOLLAR 1If I! l
"Deposits $81,000)I W. T. ENTRICAX, mtllMIMIIMmMlltiliillillilllMMHIIllliiMti
during the past yeari" is the way the : one bottle Davis' Sage and Sulphur I Painter and interior decorator. New
Clearwater News speaks of the'progress -I lair: Remedy fails to remove dandruff ideas and old ones, too. Fhone 636. Cooper Atha L
hair. Estes Pharmacy
or stop falling Expert workmen employed.
made by the People's bank at sells and guarantees it. 7-lw '1-21-lm THE
Clearwater. That/shows a healthy 114 South Orange Avenue. MARKET

condition of fin noes'' in the county Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, Ground Floor. _
seat of Pinellas, land it is intersting I on Court street. 12-5-tf
to note also thatAhe directors decided Ito Dr. BucKmaster Members of the Real Estate Of Cleanliness Of Quality

practically double the capital stock ; I Exchange.We _
of the bank*-Times-Union Short IMMillllMIIMIIMIIItDRSWM. _._ FRESH AND SALT MEATS i, i, .. :;
Talks. / :I j( HARPER Osteopathic Physician offer the following bargains .- -. : .
I for this week: FISH AND GAME j; ;'
(JOSEPHINE HARPEROSTEOPATHS !
I 132 Orange Avenue Five acre tract near town; good .
is entertaining I
Jacksonville
This vreela -
I citrus land. $50 > Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
the arterlY meeting of the per acre.
Oldest Established Practice In Next door to People's Bank, Ten hard road
acre corner on
board of managers and of the executive Orlando | Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
Acute and
chronic
up-stairs. city limits.
Associationof near Big bargain.
board the National
Real oy Exchanges. A warm 19 W. Church Street, Up-StaIrs ; diseases treated.Telephone Choice location for home and and pure. 1'I.t': Estate Consu Ution and Examination .
, hospitality Is being extended to them. FreeIMIHIMIMMIMIIM 578. grove. $1,000.Five 230 We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
The new :Mason ,hotel is headquarters acre grove; grapefruit in
and trees everything the Meat Line
for ttye visitors. Jacksonville is I orange seven years
considered' extremely fortunate in I old; choice budded fruit. $2,200.
having this distinguished body of men 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111'"IORlANDO Full bearing grapefruit and or-
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within.the city as visitors and guests. ange grove; good buildings; PARLOR MARKETH.

Dixie M... Hollins-, superintendent of OPERA HOUSE O t Price eight $4,500.year old budded trees.

schools 'in Pinellas county, has re- I Ten acre fine citrus and garden M. Self & Co.

\ turned :home.to St. Petersburg from land, well fenced; new five room
Chicago, where he was successful in ONE NIGHT ONLY bungalow; near town. Big bar- PINE STREET
disposing of $95,000 worth of Pinellas gain, only $2,200.
county school bonds. The bonds SATURDAY We have a complete list of both Phone No. 80Tiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiii

brought a handsome premium in the Feb. 14thThe city and country property, some
. Chicago.bond market, the sum of of which are rare bargains.

$97$45 being paid for the entire is- Novelty Amusem Co., Presents
*sue. Mr. Hollins says that his county '
will/now get busy improving its school Daisy Leroy, The Woman of Mystery iiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiimiii*

system.
1 supported by her own specially selected

t COMMITTEE TO MEETJThere company of singers, dancers, comedians,

novelty acts, W. M. SLEMONS
will be a meeting of the Orange .

county Democratic executive Sketch Artists, Etc. .
committee, at the court house in Orlando -
Fla. The only attraction of its kind in the world.
on Wednesday, February
j 18th, 1914, at 11:30 o'clock a. m., for Miss Leroy will answer all questions from the stage New Goods Arriving Daily
r the purpose of recommending to the free. If you are in doubt ask Miss Leroy.
governor a successor to fill the place
made vacant by the death of Hon. L. Prices only 15-25-35 cents.fiiHIMIItMlltlliMIIIMMMMItiimmimMIHM.

G. Starbuck, solicitor criminal court
of record, Orange county, and to
transact any other business which I IlilllliltilllHIMHMIiiltHIIIMIIIHMtHtlttMl;
may come before it. We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
SETH WOODRUFF, Chairman.
JOSIAH FERRIS, Secretary. ; OLIVE.OIL I made by Schloss Dross of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes. ...J

Orlando, Fla., Feb. 12, 1914. I Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.

Sweet Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin &
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THEvSfiTEBMOFORlMDOLONG Ir. Will S. Branch, organist. \ i: :

Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.

I Public worship at 10:45 a. m. and OT1an1Ek1 <

7:30 p. m., in charge of the pastor. =: s

Morning subject, "Trials and Tri- J -


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Young People's meeting at 6:30 j )
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p. m.; Mr. Eugene Reid, president. i- ---
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Juniors meet at 3 p. m. i

ESTABLISHEDSAFC.CONSERVAIVt.A000MMOOAIING Prayer and fellowship services Only a fov Mi, we offer: fnpfa to ---

Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock.A .

cordial invitation is extended to i at Par anil interest omi c
the public to worship with us. All yon iI :

TO BECOME THE OWNER OF A HOME.Is seats are free.

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METHODIST CHURCHAt :
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J. E. Wray, pastor. 1 I
the cherished ambition of many a young manThe
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.; C. E.

best way to acquire the funds for a home is to start an Howard, superintendent. i 4 j.r-

"The Glorious Christ, or How Gipsy
account
now with the STATE BANK OF ORLANDO,
Smith Was Saved," Dr. Wray's sub-

and deposit a certain sum from your income each week.It ject atlla.m >= We v/Ill j bo pleased to help w \ -

Epworth League, 6:45 p. m.; J. N.
will soon increase at Compound Interest. \
s "Drinking Clubs Houses, the De- you make lip your Income

Four per cent. interest paid on Savings Accounts."IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII. Burden, president. Or w

stroyers of Christian Homes," is the Tax Return j 4S

pastor's subject at 7:30 p. m. Thisis

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N Special music.Everybody .

most cordially invited. ; "It is.a. pleasure to serve you." =

CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF ST.

LUKE "

(Main and Jefferson Sts.) _

Rt. Rev. Cameron :Mann: D. D., i

,,- bishop.
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RECEPTION AT THE YOUNG MARRIED COUPLE TO Rev. Henry Rutgers Remsen, priest- -
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ROSALIND FOR VISITORSOne LIVE IN ORLANDO in-charge. I ril

Sexagesimo Sunday, February 15th. t
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of the ,most brilliant social j Miss Lois Van Valzah, of Daytona 9:30 a. m., Sunday school. 1

3 functions of the season was the recep- 'Beach, and Benjamin P. Richards, of 10:30 a. m., Morning prayer, Rev. SUAMffi'S UST SOSmRE THAT I r "n .0. "C 1J

tion given last evening at the Rosa- Gainesville, were united in marriage H. Cary-Elwes.

lind club by Mrs. Hart and Miss Hart, Wednesday morning at 9:30 o'clockin 11 a. m., the Holy Communion and B AlS COULDN'T' B[ lAUN H[ I

in compliment to Mrs. W. H. Cloud- St. Mary's Episcopal church of this sermon. .

man, Mrs. M. M. Cloudman, and Mrs. city, Rev. Robt. A. Tufft, rector of 7:30 p. m., Evening prayer and ser- ,

G. V. Dickinson, who are charming St. Mary's, officiating. The weddingwas mon; preacher, Rev. H. Cary-Elwes. Captain of Monroe on Stand Again

'.,; winter visitors to Orlando. a quiet one, only members of the All sittings free.UNITARIAN. Tells More of Disaster t
to Ship .
Mrs. L. H. Lawrence met the guests family and a few intimate friends be- .

and escorted them to the receivingline ing present, including the bride's par- CHURCH

where .the hostesses, the hon- ents and the groom's mother, who is (Corner West St. and Central Ave.) Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 13.-Capt.

orees, and Miss Shine greeted them. from Gainesville, and Miss Grace Rev. Eleanor Elizabeth Gordon, Edward. E. Johnson, commander' of
the Old Dominion liner Monroe, sunk
The decorations were especially Keating, of Daytona Beach. Follow- minister. '
pretty, and in keeping with Valen ing the ceremony the bridal couple :Morning service at 11 o'clock; sub- in collision with the Merchants' and I '

tine's eve. The mantel was banked left for a honeymoon trip to Atlanta ject of sermon, "Friends and Friend- Miners' steamship Nantucket, again >u'r4\ ,
the witness stand today in the JL71 '
took
with laurel, which made a rich setting and other points in Georgia, but will ship. I' ,
for red carnations held in tall slender make their home in Orlando. Mr. and Sunday school at 10 o'clock.' trial of Capt. Osmyn Berry of the

vases. Hearts, cut from red card- Mrs. Richards will have the good On account of the fair Unity Circle Nanutcket, who' is charged with negli i

board, were suspended by a cord from wishes of many friends in Daytonaand will meet on Monday afternoon. Pa- gence. The master of the Monroe has a 11

either end of the mantel, while the vicinity for their future happiness per by Mrs. T. P. Howes, on Clara been on the stand two days during

fireplace beneath was filled with and prosperity.-Daytona News Barton and the Red Cross Movement. which he has gone over the details of 71'\'

greens, and a pot of blossoming As- j of Thursday. 'Story hour and games for the chil- the accident in, which forty-one per: : ? li
I sons lost their lives. Much of the ;
cension lilies. Long sprays of jessa- dren Saturday- 3 -p. m. i M
.
mine vine were placed above the MRSLEONARD BUMBY ENTERTAINS All most cordially invited to these time of the inquiry is being taken up II If you want a watch that you
services. in an effort to learn lessons from the can be proud of-
aWalthamWatch
snowy curtains, on which numbers of YOUNG MATRONS carry
disaster with the view of drawing,|
hearts were fastened, and the dainty regulations I! I D
amendments to present
covers of the punch and serving tables The Young Matrons were enter- FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1

were also decorated with the tained at cards by Mrs. Leonard ,Bum- Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, pastor. that will assist in preventing similar The Waltham has been) awarded .

Valentine symbol and greens. All the by yesterday afternoon in honor of Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R. accidents. highest honors at every International x t

lights were shaded with red., and casta her house guest, Mrs. 0. F. Brook- O'Neal, superintendent. Captain Johnson said the two ships Exposition and has taken

soft glow over the pretty scene. meyer, of Indianapolis. After the Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. were locked together only about two every Gold Medal offered ,in
I seconds at the time of the collision. America since
Mrs. H. L Beeman and Mrs. Walter play delicious refreshments of cream Morning sermon, "Repression vs. 185..
Nantucket rebounded quickly and
Brittain served delicious punch, Mrs. and cake were served. Those present Liberty." The "If s Time You Owud a W olt1iam.Don't .*
and struck the Mon-
fell in alongside
G. R. Newell poured coffee, while as- and playing were Mrs. Brookmeyer, Evening sermon, "John Calvin and buy t watch before talk
roe again broadsides on. The second ing with us. Complete assort.
sisting with the supper course were Mrs. Akers; Mrs. J. B. Lawton, who Little Children. ment of Waltham aoche la all
than the
shock appeared to be greater
grades.
Misses Mary Howard, Agnes and Wil- substituted for Mrs. Ives, Mrs. Ben Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. ,
the vessels again
first. When parted
lie Person, Ruth McIlvaine, Claire Lawton, Jr., Miss Ada Bumby, who Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30p. I
seconds
after interval 'of twenty
an Allen & 'Co.
Robinson, Vida Miller and Edith Rob- substituted for :Mrs. Fishback, Mrs. m. the Nantucket floated astern and the ,

inson. Merck, who substituted for Mrs. Jos. Strangers and visitors are cordially Johnson

About nine-thirty it was announcedthat Bumby, Mrs. Phil Slemons, Mrs. Gor- invited to worship with us. Monroe said he believed forward.it would Captain have been JEWELERS sr

a parcel had been sent to the don Wright, Mrs. Lee Miller, Mrs. Al- Special music. Seats free. ,
impossible to keep the two ships together Everything Guaranteed.
hostess, and a huge envelope was car- fred Bumby and Miss Rita Lawton,
I all
in order to rescue passen.
ried to Miss Hart On opening, this who substituted for Mrs. W. M. Davis. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Reliable Repairing.

disclosed a gaily colored Valentine, Miss Ada Bumby was awarded the Service at 2 p. m. Sunday, at Tea gers and crew.Johnson testified he did not ,
Captain
heart shaped, and Mrs. Woodruff guest prize, a box of bon-bons. and Rest Room. All cordially invited. signal the chief engineer to start the

mounted the stage and read its verse
pumps, as he regarded it as useless.
to the eager listeners below: I, GOLF AT COUNTRY CLUB TODAY GREAT INTEREST IN MISSIONARY One of the mysteries of the disas- \
ALLIANCE CONTINUESThe

"In the happy courts of Cupid a rumor ter, Captain Johnson said, was why '
has been rife The players and their handicapswill the Monroe sank by the stern when (hI -d]
Christian and Missionary Alli- tho
That something sweet was doing be posted this morning at the the hole was forward. The only way ) ] '

'Neath the rose; Country Club for the tournament be- ance convention increases in interest he could account for this he said, was
And although we didn't know it, tween the Old :Men and the Young and attendance from day to day andwill
to the f fl
Certain actions seemed to show it, I close Sunday night. that the water probably ran SAID SHE WOUlD HAVEl A DRUMMER'S TRUE ACCOUNTA
Men. This will be an interesting con- Captain Johnson wanted to mRmNE TlilER
And know how such a rumor stern. -
you The for is follows ----
program today as
test and visitors
grows and grows! are cordially invitedto : impress upon the board of inspectorsthat SPirn HUSBANDS certain commercial traveler kepta
the club grounds to witness the ti
the list of the Monroe was sogreat
Then at last Sir Cupid did the action play. The rain of yesterday will not Devotional meeting, 9:30 a. m. walkon supplementary expense and statis-
that it impossible to-
fine, __ _. interfere with the The Bible study at 10:30: a. m., conducted was tical account on j his last trip throughthe
play.
grounds the decks to get to the port side New York, Feb. 13.-"Despite the
And made a simply lovely Valentine; by Rev. A. E. Funk. near South.I\ He showed the result -
And in among its roses, will be in excellent condition for today's of the vessel to launch boats. fact that I have been married four to a few fri nds the other day:
Mrs. Abbie Morrow Brown will deliver
And hearts and darts and posies, play. The greens will be The board complimented Captain times and that my last two ventureswere -
Wrote the names of Mri: Stoneman an address at 2:30 p. m. Traveled 2,896{mile, carried sam-
brushed early in the day and play can i Johnson for the "manly manner" in not successes, I am not at all 4.00
and Miss Shine. Missionary address at 3:30 m., ples weighing pounds, showed
start any time after nine o'clock. p. which he had answered their ques- opposed to marriage and it is quite 341
by Rev. Howard Van Dyck. i samples times, sold'goods 178
The guests then crowded around Those who care to play in the morn- Song service at 7:30 m., and tions for two and a half days. possible that I will marry again. An | times, have been) asked. the news

Miss Shine to offer congratulations. ing can arrange their matches for p. I Under cross-examination by coun- Indian soothsayer once told me I : 5,621 times, have\told the news 1,983
evangelistic sermon at 8 o'clock, by
the delightful events that time. Those who prefer to playin the witness led to the altar times."
Among very Rev. L. L. Pickett. sel for Captain Berry, would be seven times, have lied about it 2,001 times,
of the evening were the two violin the afternoon can arrange play ac said he did not regard the Monroe as This statement was made by Nance didn't know 1,637.times, have been
will be full
Sunday a day. Rev. A.
t. solos, "Selections from II Trovatore," cordingly. E. Funk will* at 10:30 a "cranky" ship. He admitted that Gwyn, who has just started suit for' asked to take a 1 drink 1,904 times, t

and "Humoreske," by Tor Aulin given Yesterday the Young Men showed The annual missionary preach rally will a. m.be when she was new she was "cranky"but divorce against her fourth husband,I have taken a drtyk 1,903 times, refused -

by Mr. Comely, who, with his orchestra signs of fearfulness about the con- after extensive alterations this Capt. Charles Romer Williams of London to take drink
(account sickness
held 'in the afternoon at 3:30 and )
remained to play for the informal test and argued that the grounds disappeared.A They were married in 1911.
the address will be delivered by Rev. 1 time, changed pdlitcs 47 times, flirt-
dance with which the affair would be too wet for play today. The Miss Gwyn asks $1,000 monthly alimony. '
ed 987 times. i
Howard Van Dyck. In this service i
f was concluded. older men, however, insisted that the I[ ;: (
the missionary pledges for the MORNING ECHO This account wajs not filed with the
year
grounds would be all right, and so
will be made. Rev. L L Pickett will firm.Exchange.DeSoto .
VALENTINE PARTY the contest is on in earnest.
preach at night and a male quartette Thank God every morning that you On March 3, the first anniversaryof

I will furnish music at aU the above that whether the parade in Washington, D. C., conuty 1 dist another promi
Miss Frances Henrietta Nolan will PICNIC PARTY TO LAKE GATLIN have something to do day, -
services. when the men of. the national capital nent citizen in the) death of Capt. C.
entertain her little friends with a Misses Bernice French, Glenn Che- you like it or not. Being forced!

Valentine party from three to five this ney, Eliza Wright, Messrs. R. 0. to work, and forced to do your best,I showed they' were no longer, the pro- S. Bushnell, who j assed away at his
to home few miles outh of Arcadia
of womankind according a a
,
afternoon. Compton, Dave Rogers, D. R. Eller- The building of a new Christian will breed in you temperance and self tectors I
last the Duval' few days He{ is one of the old
bee, and Mr. and Mrs. James :Magruder church in Lakeland is being talked control, diligence and strength of will, the speakers night, ago.
theater will be the scene of the great- settlers of that sec tion and had beenengaged
i Ladies' hair dressing, massage, formed a jolly party who rode to about, the present house being entirely cheerfulness and content, and a hun- '
in the business for
meeting ever nu sery
women's suffrage
shamPoo, electric drier. Gem Barbc: Lake Gatlin for picnic supper on too small for the growing congre- dred virtues which the idle will never est f

Shop. 1-2-tf Thursday evening. gation. know.-Charles Kingsley. held in Florida.-Times-Union. years. t

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