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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 15, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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H THE MORNING SENTINEL .





GREAT MIDWINTER SUBTROPICAL EXPOSITION FEBRUARY 17 TO 21, INCLUSIVE-COME. .


Direct Service.Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY :MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the, State. '
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VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1914. NUMBER 5.

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MIDWINTER RiROPENS! [ I If ARL l R ROBINSON N HAOS[ BmlDlNG I JACKSONY1LE OUT Of RACE[ fOR


. 1 TUESDAY'[ AND LOANASSOCIATION A RGmNAl[ BANK i SPECTATORS r[ R IN COURT 1 APPLAUD All






f FOR R FIVE E D DAYT; DISPLAY AND RACING'i 'Organization Night and Business Was_ Completed Will Beg Last Secretary Members of of the Board Treasury_ Hold and Hearing Other- iWITNESSES[ [ WH 1 TESTIfV[ f FOR GORE[


Without Delay \ in Atlanta



PRELIMINARY- ORK HAS [NO COMES[ fOR SENATOR BACON The Mutual Building and Loan association I I Atlanta, Ga.,-Feb. 14.-Chattanooga ST. mR BURG PARTY HAVE""WAS GOOD-DAY FOR THE

of Orlando was formally or- Columbus, Savannah and Birmingham -

BEEN FII ISIS J AND ALL ganized last night, and the solicita- endorsed federal BLIND SENATOR 'IN
Af1R[ BRIEFIllNESS[ [ were as reserve NARROW [ESCAPEFROM S DEATH
IN'iDINESS tion of stock
subscriptions "begin cities by the various speakers today DAMAGE SUIT

at once. The constitution and by-I before the second day's session here .

Georgian Dies in Hospital at Capital laws were approved and tnc articles of the federal currency'system or- Propeller Pulled Out and Left Hole

While Senate Was in Executive I of incorporation as drawn will be sub-I' ganization committee. Atlanta's in Boat Which Made Heroic

\ PlACING Of HlBITS TOMORROW Session. I mitted to the governor and secretaryof claims were heard yesterday. Jack- Work Necessary OMROMISE E WAS ffERtD[ HIM

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i 1- state for the granting of a char- sonville dropped out of the race.

\ Washington, Feb. 14.-Senator A.I'ter. The organization has an author- Those who appeared before the St. Petersburg, Feb. 14.-Fighting

SEVERAL ffAR LOADS OF PRODUCTS 0. Bacon, of Georgia, died in a hospital ized capital of one million dollars. committee today represented cities in desperately to save their lives and BUT HE REFUSED ALL OFFERS

BYVE ARRIVED AND here this afternoon. He had But a small percentage of this is paidin. Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Ala- keep the boat afloat, a party of prom- SAYING THAT HE cbULD

FROM been suffering from a kidney affectionfor The stock will be issued in ac- bama and Tennessee. Practically all inent winter visitors at Pass-a-Grille
COMING
OTHER
NEITHER TREAT WITH
several weeks. I cord with a well worked out plan, by of them agreed that a community of bailed frantically for nearly an hour a

ADJOINING COUNTIES Senator Bacon's death was announced which wage earners and others who financial interest in these states de- yesterday, while the cruiser, The Safe ENEMIES NOR RETREAT

while congress was in execu- J wish to lay by in store will be permitted manded that they be included in the and Sane, of Tampa, was battered by

Yesterday was the busiest day of tive session and before it adjourned :Special to the Sentinel
just to accumulate in the
stock on easy terms. same reserve bank district. the high seas running gulf.
seasoqfat the fair grounds and Oklahoma City, Feb. 14.-i iix hundred
the
for the day. The end came '. The plan in detail is set forth in the Addition of various other states Wearing life preservers and expectingany
all who could into
tomorrow] will be the very busiest. unexpectedly, it having been an-, articles of incorporation which will was recommended by several speakers minute that the boat would go to persons, get
the court where Senator Goreis
all the work room
Practical y preliminary nounce earlier in the day that he was I appear in the advertising columns of while representaitves of Bir- the bottom, the men, some of them
sued Mrs. Minnie Bondon
being by
of maki g ready the booths and doing better and that an operation the Sentinel early next week. mingham insisted that South Caro- deathly seasick, made a winning fight
charge of assault, applaudedwith
a
spaces f r the receipt of exhibits was which it had been thought necessary ;, The organization of the associationhas lina be excluded from the district and and finally got enough water out of hands and feet bit
their
and the business of arranging every
complet to perform for an affection of the kid- been due directly to the energetic its boundaries extended westward to the boat to enable them to stop the
of testimony today which favored the,
will tomorrow
the begin -
displays neys would be avoided. j work devoted to it by Mr. Douglas R. include Louisiana and northward to leak. The propeller shaft had pulledout

and will probably continue The Georgia senator had been ill a'' Ellerbe, until February teller of thePeople's the Ohio river. of the boat, leaving a hole more senator.
inl/J in order to have I From 3:30 until 5:30 this after-
the
well night '
little less than a month. At first it' National bank. At that time Edgar Watkins, of Chattanooga, than an inch in diameter, through
all reaaly for the opening by Tuesday noon, when court adjourned, a bitter
was thought he had fractured a rib' Mr. Ellerbe ,relinquished his positionto proposed an Atlantic seaboard reserve which the water poured. As the boat j I counsel
between
fight opposing was
mornin ,. by a fall, an illness attended by a' devote his time to the business of j comprising Virginia and states had two engines the party was able to i j .
to the admission of certain
The / Apopka exhibit was being high temperature set in. Later ex- the 1 Pass-a-Grille after! staged as
working up proposition. He founda south. He urged that Chattanooga get back to safely

placed! yesterday, and it will be one aminations and X-ray photographs responsive public, for the need of I was the logical location for a regional several hours' work drying the en-I letters and telegrams sent by Senator
of th most attractive at the fair. Gore in answer to offers of compro-
I disclosed, however, that an affection'of such an institution has been recog- bank for this district. He was cross-I gine and getting it in running
I mise in the case.
Part jof the Osceola county exhibit the kidneys the exact nature of nized in Orlando, and the plan adopted examined by the committee. The witness The party went into the gulf after!i
W. M. Bonner, vice-president of the
had rrived yesterday, and was be- which it was impossible to determine' Mr. Ellerbe and about ten miles !
by to go after it in a presented figures to refute this. grouper, were
I National bank of this testified
State city,
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The live stock
ut in ex-
ing $ place. was the cause.' Two days ago, the thorough manner was only needed to The argument for Columbia was from the shore, trying to locate the
i that he had made overtures to
hibiti that will arrive to-
from county senator was taken to a hospital wherehe bring the necessary men together to begun by W. F. Stevenson, a memberof coral beds. Most of the fishermen]I at the instance of
land Gore on
Several head of persons
day/ tomorrow. got along favorably and with a make it a success. The names of the the South Carolina legislature. He were busy cutting up bait and getting'
the other side of the case.
the Carson cattle ranch
cattle from
recession in temperature thoughts of following men, chosen as officers and favored a reserve district consistingof tackle ready, while the captain anda
reached When instructed to read the senator's -
Orlando having
yesterday, '
an operation were abandoned directors will named Allen working the
give dignity and weightto the Carolinas, eastern West Vir- man were
I these
to overtures
helm replies coun-
the road from the ranch be-
on News of Senator Bacon's death so the enterprise: ginia, eastern Georgia and Florida. lead. Some one suddenly discovered
sel for Mrs. Bond strenuously
objected
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lot v Kissimmee since Tuesday.A ,startled the senate that members President, Carl B. Robinson. He declared this territory possessed that the cabin was full of water. He
but overruled and Bonnerwas
load of from Volu- were ,
( car products and scarcely could credit the first information I Vice-president, L. H. Gedge. common mineral, lumber, grain and gave the alarm, and the situation was ordered to tell the substance of /

s"a county was packed yesterday which was sent to the cloakrooms j|I Secretary and treasurer, D. R. El- (live stock interests. Columbia, he found to be serious. The boat had the without reading the ti
lade ready to move and will arrive messages
by telphone. Senator Overman, lerbe. said, was its logical financial center. been drifting for some minutes, so
/oday and be put in place tomorrow. .tactual telegrams.
who first got the word, soon verified I I I Directors: C. B. Robinson, :M.: 0'1 Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo, that nothing wrong was noticed. then testified that
i I Bonner Kirby
News comes from Seminole that a I
and communicated it to his colleagues.He : Overstreet, W. W. Yothers, L. H. a member of the committee, asked the ''When the alarm was given the men the state title in
Fitzpatrick, attorney
exhibit will be made from that
big
immediately drew a brief resolu- 1! Gedge, V. W. Estes W. board began bailing I
P. Watson, witness why Washington would not on frantically.1
i the land office, had come to him with
[county, and this will probably be in
tion which was adopted and the sen- D. R. Ellerbe, LeRoy B. Giles, J. M. suit as a regional bank center for the Buckets and cans were I
"If Gore will
place and ready by the opening day. I! I this proposition: appoint -
ate adjourned. Cheney, T. P. Warlow, Donald A. Che- district he proposed. flooring was ripped up, so that the
Thaddeus E. Robertson first
An exhibit is not expected from I i! as-
As soon as Vice-President Marshall's i i ney, 0. N. Larson, M. M. Smith, Alfred "Because Washington is a political. water could be reached by everybody :,! the
sistant United States for
Lake county, but representatives of 'I attorney
gavel had tapped the desk in Bumby, J. H. Tucker. center," replied Mr. Stevenson "and able to stand. The number of work
western district he and I will that
the fair association were there yesterday I see
signal of adjournment 'senators re- i I I'N politics and banks don't mix." ers was diminished by the fact that!I "
the Bond affair will be pushed.
and brought back the'report thata never
mained in the chamber condoning the V Y Richard I. Manning, of Columbia, so many were seasick. I Bonner said that he wired the offerto
large attendance from Lake will be loss of their colleague. The shock HK t A WU r N(W
t i.i endorsed the proposals of :Mr.: Stevenson The gulf was rough and when the i the senator who replied that he
counted those presentThe ,
among affected many of them deeply. The headway of the boat was lost the big
and argued that the recommendaed
Johnny Jones Carnival com- STORM IN MANY YEARS[ could neither treat nor retreat, nor
scene on the floor for several.minutes i district was self-supporting and seas tossed the boat almost like a
arrived last night, and by Mon- could he entertain any proposition of
pany
after the I
announcement was an un- the
was held together by trade interests. cork. For half an hour water con-
day night the tents will be and settlement or compromise. Bonner
ready for business. The various up attractions usual one. Senators paced nervouslyfrom Nine Lives Lost When Barges Break He said Richmond, Va., was Columbia's tinued to gain in the boat and the after receiving the telegrams said

comprising this show will one group to another. Many of 't Adrift and Traffic Is Severely second choice, and Washingtonand party thought they would never be! that he had talked with Jim Jacobs,

them were so affected that they able to stay afloat. No help was in '
Baltimore also
give a performance Monday night. I ObstructedSpecial acceptable. who said that the case could be set
scarcely could speak.. sight, and the outgoing tide carried I'
There will be no charge for admis- I tled for $25,000, but later agreed to-
I to the Sentinel OSCEOLA COUNTY WILL IL\yEI the boat further into the gulf. The'
sion to the fair grounds Monday j jnight I take $5,000. Mrs. Bond was with.
FUNERAL WILL BE New York Feb.
CONDUCTED I'I 14.-A great snow BIG EXHIBIT fishermen figured that they would
Jacobs at the time, Bonner testified.
IN TilE SENATE CHAMBERSpecial storm that enveloped the east today stand little chance of rescue, even
The will be Tuesday Jacobs told him, he said, that he and..
gates
open to the SentinelWashington I was the worst in this section in sev- The,following from the Kissimmee though they were able to stay up with
morning and each morning there- Mrs. Bond were going togetherto
eral Nine lives lost when Valley Gazette gives an indication of away
the
Feb. 14.-After con- years. were life preservers on, as seas were
after during the fair at 8 o'clock. The go into business after getting the
ferring with members of the familythe four barges broke adrift in Long the preparations that have been made so heavy and they were out of the
formal of the fair will be Jacobs when asked what he
opening money.
senate late today decided Island sound. The storm extended for that exhibit at the fair which path of boats.
marked by the trades display parade, upon a would do with Julian Bond, the hus-
public funeral to be held in the sen- from the Adirondacks to Baltimore, opens Tuesday: After forty-five minutes of hard
which will be formed at the monu- band of the woman, said: "He
ate chamber Tuesday afternoon at and came out of the southwest. Commissioner Swabey and Secretary bailing the workers began to gain on
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in Central and Main amounts to
ment nothing.
avenue
two o'clock. The services will be attended Railroad traffic in the east was Thomas are daily receiving a large the inrushing water and in the course
street Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock. i At the close of the fourth day the
by members of the house of I pearly paralyzed. The entire city number of exhibits for the fair that of an hour had reduced the water to I
The parade will head south on Main, ] I general opinion seems to be that Senator -
representatives, members of the cabinet -j traffic has suffered greatly, trolley opens next Tuesday at Orlando, but a point where the propeller shaft
moving to Jackson, to Orange ave- i Gore has his case already won
generals of the army, admirals 1 service being abandoned and keeping still they send this their last plea to could be seen. It was found 'hat one
nue, and thence to the fair grounds. I without playing his trump card of
of the navy, the chief justice of the 1 i many from their usual occupations in the people of Osceola county to come of the shafts had pulled out and lost,
arrival at the fair the defense which is his
Upon grounds I own story.
supreme court and justices and mem New York.Incoming. forward with anything they may leaving a hole in the stern. The flow

floats will form in semf-circle about bers of the diplomatic corps. The I steamers, that got inside have, whether it be a vegetable, a of water was stopped by plugging up I
the east entrance to" the main build- SAYS PRESIDENT IS A MAN
remains will be taken'I to Georgia by I I the Hook, were covered with ice. All fruit, an ear of corn, or a piece of this hole and the men then went to
ing. A concert participated! in by the WITHOUT HONOR
special train, accompanied by a com I reported a terrific gale far out at some lady's handiwork, or gentleman's work to get the engine running. Sev- I
Orlando concert band, the Johnny
J mittee of the house and senate. sea. either, and place it among the eral hours of work were required, but
Jones band and the Plantation band I I Special to the Sentinel
exhibits of this county's resources finally the boat was moving again and i Mexico City, Feb. 14.-In spite of
will take and the baseball
place, I
between Rollins and Columbiawill You can find at Curtis & O'Neal's PRESIDENT RECOVERING FROM and products.The Pass-a-Grille was reached late in the I the"protest made by Nelson O'Shaugh-

game follow. Immediately precedingthe all the magazines and'daily papers in II RECENT ATTACK OF GRIP largest number of articles afternoon. The party brought backno i nessy, American charge d'affaires,

their regular order. from any single person or company, fish, but were satisfied to get backat i and of the instructions of the Mexican -

ball- game- --an aeroplane.flight will I Special to the SentineLWashington arrived yesterday from the demonstration all. i foreign office to desist from attacks -

be made by Herman, the airman. Feb. 14.-Dr. Gray- farm of the Southern Col-

The usual amusements at the fairgrounds Charles A. Carson and other speakers son, the president's physician, today onization : I on President Wilson, El Impar-
company, which entered MARRIED MAN WHO ELOPED I cial today bore a three-column first
will occupy the time Wednes will hold forth from the grand, standat issued a statement saying that the i

day. Harness and running races will 11 o'clock. The inter-county spell- president would be able to go to his I Ii I which twenty-five were several separate varieties products of, among WITH GIRL INDICTED page headline:

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grass "The Word
take place every day at 2:30 in the .ing bee will take place at the public i office Monday. The statement was I I sugar cane, citrus fruits and vegetables Special to the SentinelMobile as Does He Himself.of Wilson" Lacks Honor,

afternoon, and there will be aeroplane school building in Orlando at the issued to set at rest certain reports ; which will
not add
only much to Ala., Feb. 14.The man The article which follows
flights each day. These features will same hour. j i that the president's illness was more the com-
success of our exhibit, but will Foster, who was arrested January 13 ments
on recognition by the United
to in addition to Only a mere outline of the serious than
serve afford variety events I it really is. 'I I attract attention from fair
every visitor for eloping with the girl Delilah States of the Peruvian
the side show attractions offered by for each day has been given. From new government -
I for specimen is of the best indicted
every Bradley, was by the grand within four days after the
the carnival and the main day to day the for each will MRS. MATTIE success -
company, program DAVIS' HOME NOT and demonstrates 'that the The
I I southern jury today. girl was not in- of the revolt. "This done "
attractions in the be printed in the Sentinel There will was ,
which will be found SOLD part of Osceola county is the natural dicted. the
''be I newspaper says, "in face of the
exhibition special attractions each and
buildings. day, home of fruits field
and
I crops vege-
declaration from the White House
Thursday will be observed as Vo- there is no chance for a, dull time :Mrs.: :Mattie: Davis' home on Lu- tables. on
CHARLIE COMISKEY IS COMING March 11, 1913, that the of
lusia Day. On that occasion large while the fair is in progress. cerne Circle has .not been sold. It Dozens upon dozens of purpose
persons HOME the United States
crowds will attend from that county The racing card this year is unus- was her place on Main street, near have brought one or two articles to thy to all is to deny sympa-

and from many points on the East ually good, and a large ,number of Lucerne Circle, that was sold. the headquarters of the commissioners revolutionary governments
Special to the SentinelRome * Yankee work
Coast. A special program will prob- horses already in training at the processes only
in the
Willson building on Broad- Feb. 14.-Charles Comiskey, along the line of evil passions..'
ably be announced later. track insure enough entries to make
SUCCESSFUL HUNTERS way, which Secretary Thomas at once owner of the White Sox, left for home With similar prominence El Impar-

Friday has been set apart by the the events interesting. The track was Messrs. W. M. Davis, R. L. Hyer labels and forwards them on to Mr. today via Paris. He says he feels cial publishes an account of the. alleged -

management as Osceola Day. It will gone over yesterday by a force of and Wm. House returned last night Swabey, who is in Orlando puttingthe better and expects complete cure failure of 150 banks in the

be also observed as Education Day. workmen and will be given attention from'a successful hunt In the
very exhibits in shape in the space allotted from his recent illness after reaching southern United States "because of

The Osceola people will attend in every day to keep it in condition. neighborhood of Sand Gulley. Mr. to this county. home. President Wilson's iniquitous "

large numbers, bring the commanderin The business houses are being deco- Davis in hobnobbing with a Sentinel The greatest care will be taken of An effort is made by the policy.

chief of the G. A. R., General John rated, and a gala appearance already last newspaperto
representative night, said, ran, all exhibits placed in the hands of ,THE WEATHER show that President Wilson's pol-

McElroy, from St Cloud, who will be characterizes the streets. By Tues we just had one great big, glorious Secretary Thomas, who gives his per- icy is disapproved by the great

escorted by the St. Cloud fife and day the whole town will be aflutterwith time," and the smile he impressed sonal that ma-
wore assurance they will be returned Florida: Fair Sunday and Monday. jority of people in the United States

i i drum corps. Governor Park Tram- flags, banners and pennants of us with the truth of his re- to the owner at the close of Colder Sunday in central and south- and by practically all those in the
ell State .
Chemist
A w Rose, ex-Senator many hues and colors. marks. the fair, or sold if desired. ern portions. Southern states.




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Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 13.-Governor IRONS .
Park Trammell, Florida's popular
and accomplished chief execu-
tive, has given out a letter for pub- f
cation in the newspapers of the V7..A.TeE .
South, on the approaching reunionin WE have just received a shipment ,
this city, May 6, 7,8, of the Unit- of the latest style of -
ed Confederate Veterans' Association.
"GAS IRONS"which
He assures the Confederate Veterans TlLa4iA
MONTGOMERY MOTION
and their friends that they will we are placing on the market Grand
be given. generous welcome in Jacksonville PICTURE co's .
,and at other points in the FOR $3.00 EACH
State which they may visit during
their stay in Florida. The Govern They are absolutely guaranteed to be
or's letter is as follows: perfectly safe and at the same time inexpensive
The Governor's Welcome.It to operate. They cost only
is simple truth to affirm that the 1-3 as much to operate as an electric This WeekMtlMMHIItMtMIMtitMlliililMMIMMMMIIttilMi
hearts of the people of Florida are iron and are much easier to handle.Call :,

overflowing with gratification and
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the office and see one demonsrated.ORNDO II I
pride over the fact that the revered \
heroes composing the United Con-
federate Veterans will hold their An. I
nual Reunion this year in our State's ,

metropolis.The Grand. old heroes of the Gray WATER[ & LIGHT C \

:will meet a magnificent, whole-souled I \
reception in Jacksonville and at any
other Florida points they may visit. Gas DeDartmentHMIMtMMillitUMIMIIIIMIMMItlMHtlimiH .'
They will be amongst their own. S'I.
They will be in an atmosphere thor- *
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southern, -- - -
oughly splendidly hospitable =- -
and highly appreciative o( the t
honor of having been selected as the

Reunion city and State. } .
Florida is rich in'romance and tra- \

dition, and in the loyalty of her people -
' to high ideals and patriotic en- .
deavors. In proportion to popula- i
tion' and resources, Florida con-
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in men and in money to the sup-
port of the Confederate cause as did Just arrived car load I

any of the other great common- : For Economy and
wealths which so nobly championedthat FORDS for .immediate purchase -

righteous struggle. Florida gave delivery. W RIG NTSt power of your irton-
i many great names to the mighty BD CO ,
galaxy of the South's matchless heroes fttk'f.t ESTATE ey, "Try Wright's" Farm

t and she gave a host of braver Get yours now. Thais Our Business and Garden Seeds. 1 in
men of the ranks who on countless .
Florida.
F. G. RUSH Orlando.
fields rendered valorous account of bulk. "Motto" Quantityand

their courage and patriotism. The Phone 226
creditable part which the people of Quality. \
., this State took in the support of \
Fresh doz. Best Creamery Butter
Eggs 33C lb.
39C
Southern defense is of (
a source prideto
Sweet :Milk Ice 100 Ibs., Limes doz.l
the survivors of the peat conflict I3C qt. ,ii 400 150
and of veneration to the younger Sweet Milk 07c pint Fresh Butter Milk toe qt. 1)

;s generation.In Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Present" delivered by Express)
every community from the Po- (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with orderJlliMiimiillillllllllMMMHMIIMItlttMHIIMIIIilMH ,
tomac to the Gulf the Confederate
veteran is always an honored and a 1 4

r vdcome visitor and guest No greater ... .. . . . . . ='
'' tribute could be paid to the en. . lilt ,
during justice of the principles for t

which magnificent they manner contended in and which for they the B BANK a TRUST I
sustained their convictions through ORLANDO N O COMPANYr

s l history the four than sternest the unanimous years of American and en- A Lead Pencil or Bottle of InKIs

during verdict of commendation and Orlando, Florida.I
i appreciation which has for half a cen. a small investment, but a large part !
tury accorded the glorious patriotismand Condition at the close of business December 31, 1913
chivalry of the Confederate soldiers of the writers comfort and efficiency depends ,
RESOURCES
the and
throughout
length on having the right kind.A '
\ breadth of the Southland they so he- Loans and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . 403080.10
roically defended. In Florida the vet- hard scratchy pencil where a soft one Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 362.37
erans will find the same cordial respect Stocks and Bonds . . . . ., . . . . . ',1' . 26,018.33
'a and unbounded hospitality which is demanded, or a thick ink when only a fluidis Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . .. . :. . . 200,946.57
awaits them at all points in the Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures . . . 25,974.87
" Southland.The needed, may discourage the worker and ,

formality of assuring a wel- ruin the work. We carry all grades, colors 656382.21
come to the veterans who will attend LIABILITIES

the Jacksonville reunion is quite un- aad standard makes of pencils, and can fur- Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000.00
necessary; but it may be permitted nish demand the best ink Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 35,214.86
' that I shall consider on very possible
me to say always Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 521,167.38
it one of the most pleasing and gratifying
for kihd of work' Tell penciland
any pen your
events occurring during by term
. $656,382.24Deposits
: of office as governor that I shall be ink troubles to the man behind the counter.
R privileged to bid Veterans of the Con- '
s federacy from all sections welcome as on Dec. 31, 1912 . . . . . . . . . $489,971.68
4 the guests of the warm-hearted peo. W. S. BRANCH, Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . . . . . . $521,167.38
pie of this great state.
PARK TRAMMELL, The Arcade Book and Music StoreSacrifice Increase 31,195.70The
Governor of Florida. officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust
Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and
CHADWICK'S SPECIAL SALE IHiimiMtMHttttMMIMMIIitttitMMItttllMMUSeveral 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. this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and
east of city, on hard road, all improved strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in health
; 175 budded orange and grape- rrice ful statements to its .
patrons.M.
fruit trees just coming into bearing; a
7-room house; the land is of the best. M. SMITH, PresidentW. i
No. 2-Two 3-acre young groves in-
side of city, nicely situated to divide M. DAVIS, Vice-President C. E. NOLAN, Cashier
into home lots.
No. 3-13 acres, 8 acres with 6- @

the room 5 acres house is and garden 200 bearing land divided grove in; .JIJ'lllltIIIJJJIIIIIJIIIIIIIJJIJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJ........ .. . . . . ... ......... ...... ......... . ... . . ... .JJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJ.. . ...... . . I I IV ft

acre lots and recorded.No. ...........
4-5 acres east between Amelia Several choice lots for immediate sale. Located just WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES -
and Concord avenues, just over city
limit line; a part of it to bearing one lot off Magnolia avenue on Concord avenue. Improved AND DO ALL KINDS OF

house grove and and other grapery buildings.; a fine This 8-room is a with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. $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.See .
5-40 acres, 20 improved with:
500 choice bearing orange trees, south The Price is Right
side of lake, near Altamonte Springs; our New Embroidery
fine bungalow of 8 rooms; also 4-room
cottage furnished; beautiful lawn and
shade; tennis court (cement); the L H. RAMSDELL Crepes
show place of the South, known as
the Foss Grove. On account of the OPTOMETRIST
death of Mr. Foss, Mrs. Foss can no (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins)

means longer No. 6 sell-attend Several it. to nice the homes estate., close This to Or1allo ll Real l H Estate t Co.Phone I ORLANDO, - FLORIDA MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN

Lake Eola, and other parts of the city.
Also choice lots, close in. W. T. ENTRICAN,
If you want to buy for home or investment 504 Watkins BlockMitiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiMHiiiiiiiniiMmimtimiM Agents for Barclay Corsets
I am a leader along these
lines. Call or phone and make date Offers to Orlando the newest and best
for investigations.Open of workmanship in the painting and McCall's Patterns ,
evenings. decorating trade. Phone 636.
r 19 W. Church St.-Phone 398 1-21-lm ,1.y. t

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creased to about '16,000 during the from the Northern states; in fact it yiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiHiiHMHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiti tiiimim .

tourist season, although I do not believe is Northern capital that has built up

E there are more than half that the place and made it what it is. The s

number of tourists in the city at the trend of the people is for the ,higher :

present time, owing, it is thought, to moral ideal, the most of whom are -

the; fact that the weather has been members of some one of the many .

v 41 very mild in the northern states thus churches found here. There are thir- : I IOrange

; LI Ij far: and not cold enough to induce teen beautiful little lakes of small dimensions : Today Inspection DayAT

94 sz the people to leave their homes to each within the city limits, :

seek the more congenial climate of which add to its attractiveness. There .

ti Florida and other southern states; but is quite a large per cent of colored : ,

. r they say it will surely come yet; that people among the residents, but these : -

the feathers ;'of the sky will soon befalling people have their own particular social : =

thick and fast in the North status, schools, churches, etc., and .

.aI and that the harvest from the tourists never in any way infringe or trespass :

will commence vigorously in the on the rights of the white people. : Park

I "south, notably in Florida. They seem to know their place and :

"" _here are a number of large, fine, keep it. The color line is closely I'I

commodious hotels in the city, where 'I drawn and there is no social standing :

the tourist can find board and lodg- between the two races, only as is necessary :
GOV. HANILAND 'F INDIANA IN OR-
ing at from $12 up per week, mostlyup in the realm of labor as exists : '
JJ C I TAUQUA COURSE to as high as. the aristocratic taste between master and servant. The colored : Agents on the Grounds from 10:00 A. M. to 5:00 P. M. i

of the person may desire. Of course people are generally well be- :
The OrianVlo
Chautauqua course
there are many less pretentious haved and apparently industrious. In :
'win from! March 1st to 9th, For-
run
boarding houses where the economicalcan fact nearly all hard, laboring work is :
rest FJabney Carr Gov. J. .
manager. I find accommodation at from six performed by the colored men and '
Frank Hani' of Indiana of the '
; one I
to ten dollars per week. colored women.

great speak rs of the present day, Commercial activities are brisk in In all its aspects Orlando looks :
4will be here
0 all trades and fine stores of all classesof very good to me. It is situated about : ParkIs
Of all our public men and statesmen Orange
goods line the streets on every 160 miles south of Jacksonville and '
today, there is irobably no one in
side. There are three substantial about midway between the Atlantic :
our nationJl life rho more closely resembles -
banking houses here. ocean and the gulf of Mexico, about :
lh late /. E. Gladstone, who
The climate is delightful and beau sixty miles from salt water either : the Ideal Spot in Orlando.
was Eng; fndV '.ime minister, and,
tiful flowers are in full bloom and all way, so that however hot the day :
for half u\ century, her first orator,
kinds of vegetables, fresh from the may be, a refreshing breeze always Beautiful big shade trees full
7.
than does Fr.iak Hanly, who, for
,
gardens, are on sale at all the grocery sets in at sunset, making the evenings ,

four year Vaa governor of the.state stores. and nights always cool and : bearing trees and a .
of Indiana Tie! J keness: becomes the orange
The city and county is as dry as a agreeable, and a night of refreshing

more apl\t1nl when one considers the powder horn, and a "nip" is not to sleep is the result. Those who have pretty resting park on Spring
essential Os tharart ristics of both men.
1 be had even on a physician's certifi- lived here both ,winter and summer, ,

Physical f.v. jthey I Dave both been built cate that the booze is necessary for tell me that, if possible, the summers Lake. Orange Park is a realgentleman's
of staJvart type mentally, they are
medicinal purposes. Nearly all coun- are always more agreeable than the '
rich in tljfe of their intellectuallife.
scope ties in Florida are "dry'5 to beat the winters. The supply of water is very homesite on the
Neither man has ever hesitatedto
band, but Jacksonville and Tampaare soft and pure, and is said to be very :

cha pion weak and unpopularcauses as "wet" as the Atlantic ocean. healthy. The city has in all direc- : main road to the Country Club.
lead forlorn hopes, when
Jr. It is here where is found the important tions around it fine orange groves I
they deemed these to be just. In .
hale
Pierce Electrical of which at this season of the year are
their mathods of appeal to the peoplethe which Frank M. Barker,company a former laden with their golden fruit, which Go out Concord Ave to Dot lake and the sign will direct

resemblance. is quite as striking.In Hillsdale boy, is president, and which is now being gathered and brought to you to Orange Park, cor. Colonial Drive and Reel St. or call
thei? manner of preparing an
argu- does a large business as contractorsand the packing houses, many hundred al office and will to take out.Colonial
ment Cm which to base their appeal, oar tonight we arrange you .
furnishers of supplies. Mr. Bar- boxes daily; but the expense is so t
in the\r felicitous; use of fact and history -
ker is a son-in-law of :Mr. and Mrs.D. great in cultivation, fertilizing, pick-
1 ii illustration, in the measured
| B. Kinyon, of Hillsdale. ing, hauling, sorting, boxing, and then
tread 4 The of Orlando aside from its freighting to Northern markets thatI
city ,
on, i ir( their sincerity and conviction,
can see but little ,chance for great
delightful climate which is destinedto
in their passion to make others know
make it most tourist profit to the growers. I believe that
a important
the truth as they themselves see it-
resort for of the Northern the chances for money making on a
in snort, in the form of their'elo- people Land Co.
I states who desire to escape the rig- ten acre apple, peach and fruit orch-
que ce and in the type of their oratory I
even to the tone and quality of ors of the cold, frozen latitudes, has ard in the fruit belt, or any other
I other to make it belt, in Michigan, is better than on
advantages an
voice, tI ese two men-Gladstone and many
11 y-bear a distinct resemblanceto 'I important and prosperous city. It is same acreage of citrus land in Flor- 12 W. PINE ST. Opposite Grand Theatre
the seat of Orange with ida. There are many citrus orchardsfor ;

//Since each other.rendering distinguished service -I good county county buildings; county a splendid sale here. Here is a climate most III : ::::

to his native state, Gov. Hanlyhjas school systlm with a large enrollmentof delightful for passing the cold monthsof
winter.-J. L. Frisbie, in Hillsdale ,
I students with an efficient corps of I I I "' II e >HtHtMJ.tl.MMMm
devoted a portion of his time toI (Mich.) Daily. ; = IIDIIIIII'11'181 .iI II'IIIIOlllltt
teachers in all departments. The visitor -
the advocacy. of those themes which
is quite astonished to see the .
the reform
;:are amongst movements
large number of business blocks of EXCHANGE .. . . . . . . .II..elll..t 1 I of the nation. No one has been more . . .11.1.1.1. . . " . . " " . . . . . .IIIII .el.I..IIO..O.. .
I active and prominent than he in the three and four stories now undronstruction 1 Will exchange a fine improved farmof
and the palatlafresidences 160 in Minnesota for bear-
acres
many a
4 discussion of the question, "The Disarmament -
J of the Nations," and the being built in different partsof ing Describe grove what not too you far have from and Orlando.address,

plans to bring about international the city. To the tourists ample ac "Exchange," care Sentinel. 2-12-lw Have Ton Seen SEBEM'
commodations offered and fur-
} peace, in the movement for the over-

I throw of the liquor traffic,'in the efforts nished by the many and substantialand WOOD, COAL AND ICE

t, to keep alive the true principlesof well kept hotels, boarding houses Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's

a democracy in the government of and restaurants, provided one has the Coal Yard, phone 566. 931tfW.
which is first consid- the town furthest south
the people. In addition to these, his price always a
with "mine host." The citi-
eration
lecture on "The Divinity of theChrist" T. ENTRICAN,
zenship of the city in every way is as
has been
pronounced by hun- :Makes a specialty of painting,
dreds of the most discriminating crit- good and perfect as can be found in ing, refinishing floors, furniture paper-, etc. In the
famous Lake
t ii ics as being, alike the most beautiful any city in the country, North or Phone 636. 1-21-lm Region

tribute yet paid to our Lord, and the ------

His strongest divinity argument that has and come defense from any of To the West and NorthwestVIA : of Florida

lay orator or scholar. .
There are many figures today in -- -- a

the Chautauqua and lyceum move- .II
; ments, of which these institutions may DIXlf LIMITfO, DIXlf fLYfR AND -

be justly proud-men and women who

have set their hands and their heartsto SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Two Years Old Beautiful Homes

tasks worthy of the ,best and most Dixie l>ixie
SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
Of all such there Linuted. Flyer.Lv .
giftey. is perhaps Orlando, A. C. L..12:31am 3:13pm I.Lv Orlando ........................ 3:13pm Electric Lights
no one of more brilliant platform at- Ar Jacksonville. A. C. I.... : 5am 7:30pm Jacksonvllle ..................... 7:30pm
.. 8:2 Lv Jacksonville, A. C. I. ....:...... 8I pm
tainments than Gov. Hanly. Honest Lv Jacksonville A. C. L. 9:3 am pm
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\\'a'cl'05S.. A. C. Loo..ll am 10:2 pm Lv Wa'cl'06s. A. C. I. .10:20 pm
A in his public service, pure in a life Ar )Macon G. S. & F....... :13pm (:15 am Ar Macon, G. S. & F. .............. 3:46 am Water Works System Paved Streets
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Ga
Ar Atlanta, C. of Ga....... 8:03pm 7:25am Ar Atlanta C. of 7:12am
full of rewards and honors life
a Ar hnoavlle. I. &: N. .............12:19pm
which has been without the slightest Ar Chattanooga. W. &: A..1Z:18am 11:55am Ar CorblD, I. &: N. ................. 3:16 pm
Ar Nashville, N. C. &. SL I. (:50 am (:3Opm Ar Louisville I. & N. .............. 9:00 pm Modern Hotel
stain of cowardice or double-dealing, Ar Indianapolis, Pa. I. ............ 1:50 am
AI' SL Louis, I. C. &: I. &: N. %:50 pm 7:20 am
he brings, in his presentation of these Ar Lexington, I. &. N. ............ 6:50 pm
public questions, the force of a com- Ar lIopkinsville, I. &. N........... 6:21 pm Ar Cicinaati. I. &: N. ............. 8: Opm Elevation 200 Feet No
Ar Evansville, I. &: N..... 9:28 am 9 25 pm Ar Kalamazoo G. R. & I. ..........iz0 pm Swamps
pelling and mighty personality. It i is .......
Ar Terre Haute, C. I E. L. 1:10 pm I:01 am Ar Grand Rapids G. R. I L %:U pm /
the art of public speech at its best, i iis it Ar Chicago. C. &: E. I...... 6:50pm 6:50am Ar-C1 velanl.-Big-Four ............. 7i"m
oratory at its highest ---- 90 miles south of Orlando in DeSoto CountyLeave

No city or hamlet visited by Gov. DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED I
Solid train composed of section drawing- Solid train composed of electric lighted
Hanly should remain quite the same room sleeping cars, observation compartment
drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches ORLANDO 3:30: m. Arrive SEEKING 8:40
after he has spoken to its citizens. cars and dining car, between Jacksonville and p. : p. m.SEBRIXG .
Chicago, and section, drawing-room sleepingar between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, and
His presence and speech in any town between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Jacksonville, Louisville and Indianapolis:

J should be an epoch-making event. The DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
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Solid train, carrying electric lighted compartment Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between
ideals of each man's life should be observation sleepers, and electlic
heightened ever after. The great possibilities lighted section drawing-room sleepers. First- Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondaysand :
class coaches and smoking car. Dining car Thursdays of each week. Dining car
to the state, to this nation, serves meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati
and to the nations of the earth should OFFERS OPPORTUNITIES IN AH LINES.
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thrill each man, until, under the im- FOR TICKETS PULLMAN RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION, WRITE OR CALL ON

passioned eloquence of Gov. Hanly, W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, De+pot Tickei Agent. FOB FURTHER INFORMATION CALL AT

he determines to do a man's part towards Atlantic Coast Line, Orlando

matng their fulfillment possi-


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Orlando, Fla., Jan. 21, 1914. New Two-Story Modern NO. 5 ORANGE AVE., ORLANDO, FLORIDA ,

Four weeks ago I arrived in the

beautiful city of Kissimmee, where House one block from C. B. Treadway and Ed. L. IIainz, Opposite

t I remained for three weeks with my Local Representatives San Juan hotelrthwwwwnnaIww.w.w.w.'tn I ti

traveling companion, Mr. Allen Ag- Lucerne Circle.
new, when we and
came to the large, ,
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congenial city of Orlando, Fla. Thisis

really a very progressive and most Helen Wright, Owner


business substantially blocks built and city many of fine very large fine 113 AMERICA STREETiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuin- READ THE MORNING SENTINEL WHEN YOU WANT THE LATEST NEWS

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THE DAILY p. m. APPRECIATEDThe 4)iiHtliMIMIMMitMillllMHMIIIOiHMI1Hmlm
Y THE PLACES OF WORSUIP
Strangers and visitors are cordially
South Florida Sentinel invited to worship with us. Orlando Sentinel was a year t
music. Seats free. and gives a column
MORNING AND WEEKLY FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Special old Wednesday
r JOSOH FERRIS Editor aid Owner. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., write-up to the interesting anniver-
pastor.. CHRISTIAN CHURCH sary. We extend our congratulations
? Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando flor- r
Ida. a* Second Class Mail Matter. Mr. Samuel A. Newell, superintendedt Service at 2 p. m. Sunday, at Tea L with hearty good will, for the Senti- t '.
of the Sunday school; Mr. Geo. and Rest Room. All cordially invited nel is a credit to our state journalism :
TO ADVERTISERS: W. Phillips, director of the choir; excellent in all its departmentsand .
Copy for diiplar aDd all ether hanel-let Mr. Will S. Branch, organist. CATHOLIC CHURCH of standard metropolitan quality :
tdrcrtifinr matt be handed in at tae business
A .,ice ef the Sentinel net later than 2 p. IL Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Sexagesima Sunday. on its admirably well written editorial : DEPARTMENTAL r
the day before publication. This rule applies STOREp
to chances for contract advertising; it b Public worship at 10:45 a. m. and Mass and sermon, 7 a. m. page.-Lakeland Telegram. (
; invariable and will be strictly adhered to. 7:30 p. m., in charge of the pastor. Mass and sermon, 10 a. m.

i SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Morning subject, "Trials and Tri, Rosary, sermon and Benediction', It is just one year since the Or- :

s One Year .....................?5.00 umphs." 7:30 p. m. lando Sentinel commenced its daily : rlanoo' i
Six Months ................... 2.50 Evening, "Modern Achievements MasS daily during the week a t issue. There is no instance in the I FavoritShoppig,
Three Months ................. 1.25 Foretold by Jesus." 6:30 a. m. roll of Florida dailies of greater prog- :
In Advance. Young People's meeting at 6:30p. All welcome. ress and development. The Sentinel :

m.; :Mr. Eugene Reid, president. is one of our exchanges that we taken :
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 19U. Juniors meet at 3 p. m. I Take your repairing to Warman OJI up and read first because there's always I PLACE 1
Prayer and fellowship services: Court street. 12-5-t f something in it.-Tampa Times. :
a At the end of the sixth week the Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock.A I I

registration is less than five hundred.A cordial invitation is extended to - - - - - "
o the public to worship with us. All 1111111111I111111111I1111111111111111111111111111111I w I I "THE KAYSER MAR

Greek in Tarpon Springs shot his seats are free.
best friend. That's no way to treat Cash to Loan on r o
METHODIST CHURCHAt
your best friend.
'
o ( the Grand) "WONDERFOOT" Silk '

Tampa always has nerve. She invited J. E. Wray, pastor. City PropertyReal
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.; C. E. Hosiery is a hose that is earninga
Col. Goethals to come to the<
Gasparilla carnival. Think of invit- Howard, superintendent."The world-wide reputation for appearance -
ing Col. Goethals at this time, when Glorious Christ, or How Gipsy
Smith Was Saved Dr. sub- and wear, carrying the
Wray's
he is up to his neck in work organ- Estate bought and sold :
Jzing the civil government of the ject at11a.m. makes FULLEST GUARAN- j i
Epworth League, 6:45 p. m.; J. N. .
But it to advertise.
zone. pays for cash commission.
o Burden, president. i or on TEE. It has many advantages -

"Drinking Clubs Houses, the Destroyers -
Miami is eternally in a stew about that ordinary Silk and guaranteedhose
of Christian Homes, is the
something. The latest is the lettingof
pastor's subject at 7:30 p. m. Thisis have not.
the school auditorium by the su "sermon No. 21" of his popular series : Dr. A. J. TAYLOR :
:. perintenaent to himself without We Carry a full range in Black
to young people on "The Mar- \
F charge for a course of lyceum enter-
'
riage License." Rock Building, Up-stairs. and Colors.
tainments designed for personal profit. Special music.Everybody \
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The Metropolis might save itself iMMMimiiiiiiimimiiiiiMiiiimiiii 11111 lit
most cordially invited. Ask for it when in the store.
the trouble of getting red in the face

about such a thing. We've never yet 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111' /
CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF ST.
heard of a lyceum course that produced LUKE

any profits. (Main and Jefferson Sts.)
An Accidentis
o Rt. Rev.. Cameron Mann., D. D., .
Although the Honorable Dannitte bishop. Muslin Underwear ; i
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Mays has been in public I life for many; Rev. Henry Rutgers Remsen,priest- Our MlI
years, some of the newspapers of the
in-charge.
state have never ,learned to get his Sexagesimo Sunday, February 15th. likely to occur to any \I

I name right. They call him Dannett, 9:30 a. m., Sunday school. Meets the taste of the most refined, Dainty Weaves,

Danette, and some of them say 10:30 a. m., Morning prayer, Rev.H. one at any time. The Exquisite Designs, Fine Soft Qualities are herenothing -
"Dammit," while others get the other Cary-Elwes. else shown. "

end of his name wrong, dreaming the 11 a. m., the Holy Communion and i cost is not much.
while of Frank Mayes, and add an: sermon. \

j "e" to his surname. Mr. Mays prob- 7:30 p. m., Evening prayer and ser-

ably doesn't see the need of changinghis mon; preacher, Rev. H. CaryElwes.All Better see me.IIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIt. R J-m-W n Bea1ifflellt\

attend name to it so for long him.as the newspapers; sittings free.UNITARIAN. r

-0 CHURCH s. \v .A.
That was a fine compliment that (Corner West St. and Central Ave.) During the last few days we have opened up sew y
Edwin W. Davis, formerly of Ocala Rev. Eleanor Elizabeth Gordon, eral cases of the Read-to-Wear Costumes, Skirts and
but now of Orlando, paid Orlando peo minister. KIIII.lllllllllellllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll! Dresses. Charmingly Dainty Creations in the New .

pie while visiting his old home the Morning service at 11 o'clock; sub- Weaves of Crepes, Rice Cloths, Wash Silks, Dolly Var-

i other day. He said that Orlando's ject of sermon, "Friends and Friend- ; den, effects in Ratines, Etc., Etc.
success was due to the fact that the ship."

people pulled together-and that there Sunday school at 10 o'clock. A. Y. FUI.IER R. L FOX

were no "knockers" or calamity howl- On account of the fair Unity Circle For that Son of Yours"RIGHT
2 ers. Orlando is wonderfully united will meet on Monday afternoon. Pa- THE PALMS AUTO COREO
when it comes to doing things of moment per by Mrs. T. P. Howes, on Clara
and it speaks eloquently for Barton and the Red Cross Movement. ., POS.
the public spirit of the people that Story hour and games for the chil- MOTOR CARS TURE" is the Na-

they are willing to subjugate selfish dren Saturday, 3 p. m. tional Health Suit.
profit to the public good. All most cordially invited to these For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a
In the back
\, oi every
o services.
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The Jacksonville postmastership is full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good forceof 'Right Posture' Coat \ tf

the next big job to be decided, and it FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev. competent repair men. All our work is absolutely \ :, , is a patented con- '
is going to be an interesting contest. Jno. W. Stagg, pastor. struction that warns
,,7 It remains to be seen if the man rec- Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R. guaranteed. \,>,> 'S) away "stoop" shoul- ti4'k =

ta ommended by Congressman L'Engle O'Neal, superintendent. '
a' is given the place. It has been the Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. : ders.It( is not a brace,
custom to recognize the recommendations Morning sermon, "Repression vs.
-
just a reminder,)
of the representative of the dis Liberty." THE PALMS AUTO CO ; "Right Posture"
trict. In this case Senator Bryan is Evening sermon, "John Calvin and
strongly supporting Mr. Pete Dignanand Little Children." FULLER & FOX, Proprietors. Suits are skillfully
Mr. L'Engle' is said to be stand- Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. tailored, silk thread

ing by Mr. Julian Spear. Mr. Dignan Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 I till 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 II If 1 is used throughout,
is a well known politician in Jack- every wear seam is

sonville, and a man of affairs, while reinforcedevery but-
Mr. Spear is not so well known. The ton is pull proof.
question is to be decided within a few ;
days. zs a? ; The trousers are

o stoutly lined.
\ You will like the
How the years pile upon one! The
r dispatches of the day tell of the deathof dash and swagger
Senator A. 0. Bacon of Georgia. .1 :<$ of the "Right Posture -
: ; *'
The senator was seventy-four yearsof DIAMONDS. : : a Coat because
age, and had lived his allotted its lines are designed -
three and ten IS OUR SPECIALTY .",'.7.
score but it seems for the athlete,
Y but yesterday that he stood in his .JEWELRY. > L and the price is right
stalwart prime on the stump in Geor-
gia contesting the governorship with IS OUR HOBBYWATCHES

the then venerable John B. Gordon.It .. I t
was the first political stump speak-
ing ever attended by this writer, and NONE BUT OF BEST MAKE Grocery n DeDartfflellt
one of the most interesting. Gordon
badges of blue were pinned to You all well know that we carry the largest and
in the every best selected stock of Diamonds, Jewelry, Watches,
lapel crowd of several
hundred
i except one-the sole supporter of Cut Glass, China and Novelties, in the State, and the Extra Special in Canned SoupsA

Bacon present on that memorable price is undoubtedly attractive, for we pay direct from .
the only ,one who dared occasion to- manufacturers. Finest Watch Repair Shop. Artistic Special Purchase of Cart!ce Bros., Soups-in
his Manufacturing of Jewelry.T.H.Evans Quart Sizes-all varieties-Sold everywhere at 4CL centsa
F wear badge of white, was the late
Frank Leverette, who subsequentlyserved .91L can. Our Quantity Purchase Enables us to sell them

as United States marshal for While Last at 20c Can
the southern district of Georgia. To they

z' hold his own against such popular .t
odds was an embarrassing position
for any candidate to occupy, but Ba-


; con defeat dignity bore,in and that himself while race.with he he went lived commendable down to serve in r M aii il r r n rtill nt }

his state with distinction and honor in '

the senate. At the time of his death the Jeweler Write for Samples of anything you may need-

he was just beginning upon his fourth cheerfully sent. We pay postage and express on all out
term. He was the first United States of town orders. -

senator to be elected by direct vote ..
of the people. Senator Bacon was I! 3 OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE

not a brilliant statesman, but he was Ave1 Orlando
ran e
1 honest, fearless, safe, fair and self tF -rEXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
contained. He was honored by his I
colleagues and will be sincerely! 'I 4 ,
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mourned by the people of his state. -.
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EatinjPure Candy is More Than a
| ROBINSON STARKEY, Manager* A
Late Arrivals

Met Pleasure Here's Why. I i o Matinee 2 to 10-P. M. Ii |

Admission 5 cents | ,
Of case, hundreds of people all over the country DflDQDCMDODflDCDdDQDQHDGProgram i '

eat ijTW just because they like Candy just to '

satisfy t Q 're for something sweet-and you al- "A Much Wanted Baby" (Frontier) Ladies' Fine The Newest

so have VPfe same thing many times.If A comedydrama"His
Mother's Song" (Imp.) Low Shoes Patterns inLadies
wee convince you that pure candy is Drama.

healthfuljs really beneficial frio -a food stand "Miss Fairweather Out West" (Fron.) .

A comedy in which a rich old maid Fine Low Shoes The newest ,
patterns
point, then you'll realize that is well
iy your money weds cook, discovering he is a

spent glen you buy Candy from our large assort- nobleman after he befriends \ New styles in Colonial in Crepe with Ratine -

ment. her. boss She of makes all him Pumps and Oxfords. stripe


All leathers including

HUGH ALLEN'S EXHIBIT OF Also in 42 in. $1.00 yd.
ARMSIt Mu Cuck. ,

' BITT'S KNOY KITCHEN[ white canvas.

is not intended that any one

IV should infer from this heading that The new Raw Silk
'. Thebme! of! pure home-made Candies Supt. Hugh Allen of the fair groundshas
t more than two arms, for he Brocade, all the latest

Orange Avenue hasn't, but he has many kinds of : The Newest Fad shades
arms from many countries. Walk
I
this way, ladies and gentlemen, while

minium Mr. Allen exhibits his arms. BABY DOLLS 42 in,, $1.00 yd. 1
This shell was the first one fired at

}( the beginning of the SpanishAmerican dull leathers i .
MOVEMENT FOR MERCHANTS TO war, from the gunboat Winslowat : in ,

a VADE CLOSE FOR FAIR THURSDAY Matanzas, at the time when En- Fancy Voile Waisting ..

SHE TUNER sign Bagley was killed. The shell

RLANDO, FLA. There's a movement afoot to have was presented to Capt. J. H. Heltzen, 42 in, while they last
J the merchants close their stores on the present owner, by Mr. Ed. Can- New line of Men'sShoes

Thursday afternoon to allow their non, of Elizabeth, N J., who was one and Oxfords. .
clerks to attend the fair. Mr. John of the engineers of the vessel and 2Sp
:Mrs. C.Gibbs Went to Tampa yes- Rowland inaugurated the movementand who had the shell beaten back into They'reFLORSHEIMS

terday to pend the remainder of the I will call on the merchants to have shape to fit the projectile, which he *

winter.Mr. them sign an agreement to that effect got at the navy yard at Washington,

an. Mrs. Benj. T. Peck, of Most of the merchants are will- D. C. New patterns in Am-

Providence, R. I., are among the late ing for their employes to have half a This revolver was made by the -- C
oskeag nghams"That's
arrivals'.11 Orlando. holiday on account of the fair, and it Savage Arms company. It was ,

Miss ;uthbertson is here from St. is believed that all of them will be found shortly after the war on top of
the induced to do so. the walls in John Brown's jail at "
Petersburg, and will spend re- all \2 J-2c grade at lOcOrlando's
maindei Of the winter. Harper's Ferry, W. Va., by Mr. Ed. ,
Tacey, of Bolivar, W. Va. Mr. Tacey
I Mrs. TO HAVE EXTRA
joifag LUCas, of Spartanburg, POLICEMEN
sold the revolver to Capt. J. H. Helt-
S. C., !Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. T. DURING FAIR WEEK
zen in 1889. The revolver belongedto
Butler,on Gore avenue.
Jchn Brown.
Apice line of light weight wool Mayor E. F. Sperry has authorized This Cuban machette was brought ;
goods,suitable for ladies' spring suits Chief of Police Smith to appoint a
from Matanzas, Cuba, at the end of :
at Yardman's "Store of Satisfac- number of extra policemen for fair the Spanish war. It was used by Mr. :
tion. 215ltM1. week. The likelihood is that the Tn ll. kwDrtn
I town H. A. Temet, who gave it to Capt.I owe u c o DI
will be I
well
pretty with
I and Mrs. F. J. Gotts left yes- ,speckled va- J. H. Heltzen.
ter y for their home in Richmond, rious kinds of crooks during that pe- This Filipino bolo was brought I

Va, after a three weeks' stay in the riod, and it desirable to patrol the from Mindanao, by a Spaniard, Ra-

ci grounds thoroughly as well as the phaelo Mindoza. It was purchasedfrom

!rs. Louis Spindler arrived last streets number of the of reserve city. Chief men Smith whom hasa he him by Capt. J. H. Heltzen in Largest! Store

ni ht from Hartford, Conn., and is loon 1886.
; will into for service .
press duty duringthe
with Miss This rifle owned by the
d Garland street, I was once "
week.
tin. I great West Virginia bear hunter, "Quality Did It.

Mr.and Mrs. 0. L. Perfect and Meshack Browning, and at his deathit
I Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Holden, of Brat-i came into the possession of Sam-
arrived yesterday'rom
F. M. Perfect !
iss
Brooklyn, N. Y., and are stop- tleboro, Vt., were among the 'guests uel Shoemaker, whose son, David, soldit t 11111'1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111IlltH t H I111111111111II1 t tEat
registering at the San Juan yester- to Capt. J. H. Heltzen, who has
lag at the San Juan.
often used the gun while hunting in
Mrs. Wm. Rosedale will arrive day.H.. C. Hanor returned yesterdayfrom the Allegheny mountains of West Vir- what you want.
Tuesday from Nyac, N. Y., to spenda Eat all you want. I 'MIMIMI9HHMMMMMMHM MIMIIIIIIIHII8I
Orlando where he has been at ginia.
it.
and forget I
whil ewith her niece, Mrs. A. P. Take a postscript
the Adventist sanitarium at that These chamois horns were taken For sale by all durggists. :
Curry, on South street. place. Mr. Hanor is very much improved from a chamois killed by Capt. J. H. l-T-d&w-lyr .
Ask to see the "Terry Cloth," Ra in health, and while he was Heltzen while hunting in the Swiss I.I.I.I. Cakes! Cakes!

tines, Striped Whipcord, and Piques, only there about six weeks, says he Tyrol mountains in the year 1869. Warman Repairs and Retires Baby

at Boardman's "Store of Satisfac- feels eighteen months younger. i Carriages on Court street. 12-5-tf ..

tion. / 2-15-lt Plant City Courier.Embroidered NEW SMYRNA TO HAVE EXHIBIT .. _

Hon. Wm. H. Aitkin and wife arrived -
flouncings and insertions LOST-Cameo bracelet. Suitable reward -
in Orlando last night from Cros- to match, suitable for ladies' We understand that arrangementshave if returned to No. 5 West We have added a cake depart-

well, Mich., and are pleasantly located -and children's dresses, at Boardman's been made for New Smyrna to Livingston avenue. 2-15-3t
at 308 East Church street. "Store of Satisfaction." 2-15-lt have a very creditable exhibit at the ment and will sell you any

Mrs. W. B. Newton and Miss Maita subtropical midwinter fair to be held LOST-String of beads and cross. :
Mrs. M. L. Lewis, who arrived last amount you want. Try some
Stillman arrived yesterday from Providence in Orlando from February 17 to 21. Return to 301 North Orange ave- ,
week from Momence, Ill., left Mon-
I 2-15-2t
R. I., and will make their homeat day for Orlando, where she expects to The board of trade will have a fine nue and.. receive-reward. I.i.I.i.'. of the following: Plain, Raisin,

the New Lucerne for the remain- have her mother, Mrs. S. M. Ryan, collection of vegetables and judging
der of the seasonMr. join her for a time later. Mrs. Ryanis from the samples that are brought to FOR SALE-One Smith-Premier In condi-typewriter II Citron, Marble, Lady, Oriental,
market the exhibit will be and table. good
John A. Smith, a former well here with her son, Capt. Geo. A. every day tion. Also one wardrobe trunk. Ap- Nut Rich.
known citizen of this county, but now Rowe.-Daytona GazetteNews.Mr. very creditable both as to quality and ply 516 N. Orange avenue., 14-2t ,

residing at Fargo, in Rock county, J. H. Mueller, of Gotha, was variety. -
Ronnoc Grove, and W. S. Hart, of
was in Orlando yesterday en route to in Orlando yesterday, and was a LOST Between Metodist church
Hawks Park, will send fine exhibitsof
theater, or probably in
Plymouth, his old home. pleasant caller at the Sentinel office. and Lucerne
citrus fruits, and it is confidently the theater, on February 4th, an
Eiffel Hosiery in black, white and Mr. Mueller will be at the gate when expected that these will take the amethyst brooch. Return to Sentinel THE SANITARY GROCERY
tan, half silk, 35c. or 3 pairs for $1.00, the fair opens Tuesday. He servedin prize. office. Reward. 2-15-tf

at Boardman's "Store of Satisfac- that capacity last year, and the fair Thursday, February 19th, will be Y CARUTHERS & GORE .
tion. 2-15-lt association was fortunate in
I
securinghis
NOTICE
Volusia county day at the fair and if
Mrs. Wilson and niece, Miss Wilson, services again. No better man the reports that come from different An Ordinance Providing for the Re- : Phone 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
who have been the guests of Mr. and could be found for the place. peal of Ordinances Requiring License 1
i sections of the county are correct, Fees for Milk Licenses.Be 1
Mrs. A. B. Lemon for the past few Mr. George E. Bates, proprietor I Volusia will have an exhibit of whichit it Ordained by the City Councilof

weeks, returned to their home in To- the Altamonte hotel, was a visitor in need not be .-New Smyrna the City of Orlando: That so much CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
ronto, Canada, yesterday.Mr. Orlando yesterday, and paid the Sen-, Breeze. of any ordinances of the city which :
for the payment of license j MIIMIfllMHMMIMIMIMIillMMMIIMMMMIIItnSpecial
provides
E. Tucker tinel an appreciated call Mr. Bates milk
W. superintendentof fees to be paid on the issuing of
agencies for the Lincoln-American reports a good season at his place. BOARD OF TRADE MEETING licenses be and the same is hereby ..
; Life Insurance company; is spendinga He has had,a well filled house since repealed. :
the opening, and has been Adopted February 13, 1914.
few in this city to busy enter-
days preparatory Mid-month meeting of the Orlando E. F. SPERRY, Mayor.
taining his guests. Altamonte is
establishing an agency here. one Board of Trade will be held at the Attest: I
of the most attractive spots in Florida CARL JANSEN, City Clerk. '
Mr. C. C. Hanner, one of Orlando'swell Civic League rooms, corner East Pine
and everybody who visits it 214.4t
known contractors and builders, fallsin and Main' streets, Monday night at Bargains
love with it.
left last night for Arcadia to submit 7:30 o'clock.J. I
:Mr. F. H. Boulter, of Niagara Falls, N. LUTHER THE FLORISTCut
bids for the erection of a fine public BRADSHAW,.President .
school building- in that place.- Ont., Canada, is'visiting Orlando, C. E. HOWARD, Secretary. Flowers _:
having stopped over en route to Cuba. ..
Mr. L. W. Hole, of Ridge Farm, Mr. Boulter has been so impressedwith TEN YEARS IN ORLANDO ROSES, VIOLETS, i Four Cadillac
--- Passenger $350
111., is in thi-city as the guest of his the attractions of this section
for both
sister, Mrs.A.. W. Arnold. This is i Chiropodist men and wo CARNATIONS PANSIES,
and with the I ,
hospitality of the people men. Manicure, pedicure, face andscalp
Mr. Hole's first visit here and he expresses that he has almost made up his mindto massage. Feet a specialty. L. POTTED PLANTS 1-Five Passenger Hudson $500
himself with J. Mustard, 117
well pleased remain here. He regrets exceed- 'Orange avenue, overCurtis f
Orlando.Mr. & O'Neal's store. 2-6-lm 1
ingly that he is compelled to pass on These in
cars are good shape good
J. Brasch, one of Detroit's lead- at this time, and promises to returnat ,

ing merchants, is in Orlando. He is i the first opportunity. Mr. Boulteris Ladies' hair dressing, massage,, Good Wood - $1.50 tires and ready to run.
accompanied by Mrs. .Brasch and accompanied by Mrs., Boulter and
shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber
their daughter, Miss Brasch. They i iIt their daughter, Miss Ina Boulter. Shop. 1-2-ti; Better Wood $2 and $2.25

are much pleased with Orlando, and Just in, a new shipment of Eiffel Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75
are spending a delightful time. San Juan Garage Co. 3
in all
Hosiery, sizes and prices, particularly Sentinel want ads. are read.OSTEOPATHY.
Miss List, of Winter Park, whose attractive is the line at 35c. This won't last long,

mother managed Hotel Dixie, Titus- per pair or 3 pairs for $1.00. Ask Stock up while you can. All Night ServiceAJAX
ville, for a season, arrived here on for them at Boardman's "Store. of

Tuesday, and is the guest of Mrs.C. Satisfaction. 2-15-lt
B. Orlando ,Wood Yard
Kingman, at LaGrange. Miss
Eat what you want. DR. J. C .HOWELL
TIRES don't
List will give cost any more and are
Titusville this winter.dancing lessons in Eat all you want. Hours, 10-12, 3.5, and by appoint menl t 104 W. Pine St. anteed for five thousand miles.' guar.
Her old friends Jake a postscript and forget it. No extra charge for house treatment t
are pleased to see her here againr For sale by all druggists. Telephone connections B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor

r lant City Courier. .l-7-d&w.lyr Office cor. Orange and Central Area.,
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Y". flMIMIMIIMMtMIIHHMMIHMHIIMIHIIHHIHI I Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, FOR SALE 114 wtlMMimtlHMiMHIMMMtlMHIMIIIIIfl* t
'on Court street. 12-5-tf An elegant modern home; four bed- t
J rooms; two bath rooms; gas and elec-
AUTO TRUCK FOR SALE at a price tricity throughout; fruit trees and 5
H afford flowers. 509 East Central avenue.
you' can to pay to own it. 2-15-tf
311 North Orange avenue. 1-27-tf


New Arrivals FOR for SALE-Good sale. In good cypress condition.row boat Ap- FOR REN1 California Bun alws

t ply 510 S. DeLaney street. 2-14-tf

A FIVE-ACRE TRUCK FARM in Fine Location. Large bt
Ratines Eponges Crepes Poplins TerryCloth j FOR SALE-Five-passenger Overland Orlando for rent. Apply to 307,
automobile. Owner has to return
East Pine street. 2-8-6t
Lawns in the latest colors. Ladies North. Can be seen at Phillips'2-12-3t gar- I Only one left to sell '
age.
FOR attractive
k Home Journal' Patterns at FOR SALE-600 acres of high grade avenue.in new RENT-Large bungalow. 203 Ridgewood 2-4 room tf I I Four built and sold in less thaflfiponths.

citrus land; 2 miles facing Orlando ado
Best values offered in Or
ever
and Oakland brick road, and 21-2
,
FOR RENT-Furnished dwelling, 7
McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT miles on lake shore. S. S. Griffin,
rooms with bath and extra toilet on
Orlando, Fla. ce$2750
first floor. 210 Ridgewood avenue.
Present occupants have to return
FOR SALE
STORE Five-room bungalow; three spacious North. 2-12-3t Inspect No. 5 today.An .

'piazzas; sleeping porch, and all mod- FOR RENT-New, furnished rooms,
,ern improvements. 506 Lexington St. in new modern house; kitchenette ideal all year round home-at a low pre:
128 S. Orange Ave.MMHIIIiMMMMMtlHIIMMMIHIIIMHIIIMIMMI. 1-15-lm if desired; rent reasonable. 14 East, ,
Amelia, next to Wyoming.

THIRTY ACRES, high, fine round 2:12-3t\\
w timber; cut over once; three acres FOR RENT-Large, well *
cleared and planted in orange and room to persons wishing suburban FRED.B.DALEOwnI
grapefruit; lake front and beautiful\Accommodations; also 2 acres good ,
1 location for a home; one mile and a I truck land, close in. Good opportu-\
\quarter from Ocoee. $800. A. M,. nity for right person. Address "A," I 306 Anderson Street
Clarke, Ocoee, Fla. l-28-tl[i Sentinel 9-8tf I
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A new attraction is being plannedfor --- ----

Sulphur Springs, in Tampa. This PEOPLE'S ,V JTSMUNNIMAKERS IIHIMIIHMHimitillMHUMIilHHMHHHMMtSee M II' 4i
time it is the building and operationof : .


: popular a $12,000 resort.scenic' railway at that Notices of Lost, Wanted. For Sale For I Corner ; i BASE BALL!

Bent etc, for this column, 23c for one day, '
the 50c for three days or $1.00 for one week, for i
The Times-Union police
} says 25 words or Jess. Money must accompany
.NE detectives in that city are working the Insertions advertiBHUffita will be made Jjj on this credit column: a* III ,i Lake and Anderson ::

Very hard night and day in an effort I I !
to rid Jacksonville of the unusually I FOR SALE Columbia Collegevs.

large number of crooks who are com-I 1
Streets t
FOR SALE-House and lot. 412 East I .
ing there to operate not only in that Pine street. Best bargain in city. [
city but in various sections of the 2-12-3t Rollins College

state. SEE H. H. WITHERINGTON for a I . ...1.1111111111111111111'11111111111111111111111111
bargain in a winter home at Apopka,I -
Now everybody in St. Petersburgis Orange county, Florida. I
working for the success of the De 2-13-6t-ltw ATTENTION, HOMESEEKERSA MISCELLANEOUS WINTER PARK

Soto celebration, to be held in the FOR SALE-Two of the best lots in home I WANTED-Man waiter. Only experienced
pretty on Conway clay
Sunshine City March 24-27 inclusive. the avenue Grove addition between,the facing Stone on house'Robinson -I road; choice land, at bargain price. party need apply. Apply MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16TH

"Every nation on the face of the and the Grove, within city limits; i See R. B. Perry, at Water Works. Keystone. 2-15-lt .
globe will be represented," declaresthe size 671-2 by 136 feet Price $175.50 2-15-10t WANTED-Good stenographer few : AT 3 P. M.
Times, and this sounds like a big each. A snap for some one. See West FOR SALE hours each week. Dr. J. Taylor, .
Virginia Real Estate Co., Room 9, Rock Bldg., upstairs. 2-15-3t :
order. But St. Petersburg recently -
as
McNeill & Davis Bldg., corner Church Six hundred acres timber land, and ORLANDOTUESDAY
counted people from all the I and Orange avenue. 2-15-lt ten acre orange grove, with two milesof WANTED-An experienced Japanesecook I
states and more than a score of foreign I lake shore, near Winter Garden, would like position in private
countries attending a band con- FOR SALE one of the greatest trucking and I family. Inquire at Sentinel office. : FEBRUARY I7TH
One two-horse two-seat citrus centers of Florida. The orange I
wagon; one 2-15-10t
\\l cert, perhaps they can muster the II
will interest the whole
spring wagon; three wagon horses. crop pay on AT 10:30 A. M.
+ Fijis, the Blond Eskimos, and others Cheap. R. E. Kelsey, Oviedo, Fla. investment. Terms. S. S. Griffin, WANTED TO RENT cottage of about :
t for the great event. That everybody 1-31-2W owner, Orlando, Fla. 2-5 six rooms. Must be close in and First Series of Intercollegiate Championship of Fla.tllllllllllllllllllllllll'II'IIIIIIIII"IIIIIIII.
reasonable. Address J. L D., care I
attending the celebration will have a FOR SALE
FOR SALE Sentinel 2-12-3t :
+tt
a good time goes without saying.- Loquats (Japanese plums), best Fresh Jersey cow, third calf; perfectly t
Times-Union Short Talks. fruit for jelly and preserves. Phoneor gentle, and free milker. Can WANTED-White woman for general I.
write your orders. Also banana,be seen at Oak Knoll farm. Fogg & housework. Suburban home. Small
plants, in any size or quantity. Write Osteen, Altamonte Springs, Fla. family Good home, good pay. Ad- :
annual fair is
y; "The unique among or phone your orders to John Murphy, 1-31-tf dress X. Y: Z., this office. 212.3t
all fairs," Says the Miami Herald discussing Schenley Place, Orlando. Phone 322. WANTED-Position-- ------ chauffeur.-- Real Estate Agents, Investors and HomeseekersATTENTI'ON \ :
the Dade county fair soon to 2-13-lw LAKE EOLA LOTS as
Four years experience, any ma-
be held in the Magic City. "It is conducted FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN-FOR We will put on the market February chine. Can care for car. L. Alexander !
;:y' for the sole purpose of assist- TEX DAYSA i 16th 22 lots overlooking Lake care Sentinel. 2-12-3t
ing the growers of this county and five-room house and lot; bath, Eola, comprising some of the most I offer for $1,900 two-story, six-room cottage, with
: ; and modern conveniences; hot and desirable building sites in Orlando. WANTED-Man with horse or mule rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, nath. ,
of advertising this section of the
cold |, Our agent, H. C. McDaniel, has been
water and
electric
lights. House who can take care of grove and live
state. It is not a corporation for comparatively new. For price, call at; instructed to put such prices on these on place. He may also care for other Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also
profit. Those in charge perform their No. 411 Boone street. Telephone 364:,lots as will sell them. We want our I groves as this one will not require six-room bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special
duties without pay and without the 2-ll-6t I money and they are bargains. See' constant attention. Apply Jas. E. heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy base-
T hope of further reward than the consciousness FOR SALE OR EXCHANGEForreal "H.Toomer.C. McDaniel for prices. Wilson 2-10-6t& Crawford, city. 2-10-tf ment, wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or

of duty well done. No ad- estate in Orlando or close by,, NOTICE furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery.
mission fee is charged to see the ex- a large ice cream factory and bakery,: FOR SALE House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These
hibits and the whole institution is, with retail store, all modern equipment Pure Georgia cane syrup, in any Notice is hereby given that the Cityof lots connect at the corners, with rose house between. I
-brine freezer, cement storage quantity. Also Georgia seed peanuts Orlando, Florida, will on January 1, commission.
kept up and conducted by voluntary tanks and sales of six to eight hundred , of early and late varieties. Will have 1915, pay off with interest to that offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's
subscriptions." The fair this year, gallons per week, all sold in town I in few days variety of seed corn; also date, bonds numbered 7, 8, 9, 10, 19 Open to all.
a will be the greatest ever and Miami where made, which is one of the best; Georgia smoked meat in hams,' mid- and 20, of the City of Orlando seven
summer towns on Lake Michigan; a I dlings and shoulders. Headquarters per cent. bonds, issued July 1, 1892, E. N. COY
will as usual give all comers a hearty suitable business for persons having a I at W. R. King's, 47 West Church according to the provisions made for
?' welcome and show what can be done f winter business in the South. I
Any street, the cheap cash grocer. redemption in said bonds. 307Vest St., Norlh.Orlando
in south Florida-Times-Union Short person interested can see interior photographs Yours with thanks, Dated February 11, 1914.
Talks. of this place, by addressing "The Georgia Man," CARL JANSEN, City Clerk.2.121m .
J. S. Colvin, Orlando, Fla. 2-4-tf 2-13-tf W. E. POWELL. .IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'III"'I'II'IIIIICII"'IIIII.'
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..-" Opaque Shades Regular 60 Cents Kind, Now 35 Cents. -,'.' .,- '". .< : >

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k ; < t '. s ". ;..- : ' Good Full Size Mattress, $3.50 Kind, Now $1.75. '. ;


: : : :"q iY :; .f':* 45 Pound Reel Edge Cotton Mattress, Others Price $6.50, Ours $5.15 .

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;" 1n;, zi: .. dersold by and never intend to. .
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t B I l PRICES 25c. 50c, 75c "The Curse""I PinKhurst's Proxy

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.an Jumps at conclusions, creasing prosperity could be asked If one bottle Davis' Sage and Sulphur Cooper $ Atha .
When a generally see his than the large number of structuresof Hair Remedy fails to remove dan- :
the rest of can druff or stop falling hair. Estes Phar- THE
Jl all kinds going up, from the hum- 114 South Orange Avenue. MARKET
J& sells and
finish. j macy guarantees it 7-lw _
ble shed to the palatial mansion. Ground Floor.

No man hi such an impediment in W. T. ENTRICAN, Members of the Real Estate Of Cleanliness Of
can't a good QualityFRESH
'his speech tit' he say Now that congress has made an ap.
; Painter and interior decorator. New Exchange.We .
word for hireH propriation of $50,000 foe a government
I ideas and old ones, too. Phone 636. AND
\ fish cultural station in Florida SALT MEATS
Expert workmen employed.
offer the following bargainsfor
Second flOQghts are best only the St. Petersburg Independent says 1-21-lm
I this week: FISH AND GAME
when tt7 arrive on timeMan the effort to have this station locatedin I
Five acre tract near town; good
Pinellas county will be renewed.MMMillMMIItHlimtl. citrus land. $50 per acre. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
before
man with a future
,a Dr. BucKmaster
Ten hard road
acre corner on
dicapped by a past behind Everything screened from the files
him is near city limits. Big bargain. away and kept fresh
him. Choice location for home and and pure.

i 'the people-who are sure of j WM. HARPER Osteopathic Physician grove. $1,000. We invite
inspection and
Eve DRS.1JOSEPHINE Five acre grove; 230 grapefruitand guarantee satisfaction. We have
their ward in Heaven don't about seem HARPEROSTEOPATHS $132 Orange Avenue orange trees seven years everything in the Meat Line.
hurry
Particular
to be l any old; choice budded fruit. $2,200.
claimi'l*" Next door to People's Bank,
Oldest Established Practice In Full bearing grapefruit and or-
Orlando up-stairs. Acute and chronic The PARLOR
ange grove; good buildings; MARKETH.
have
men an
eat young 19 W. Church
A many Street, Up-StaIrs
diseases treated.Telephone eight year old budded trees.
entirY false idea about marriage. Confutation and Examination -
Price
$4,500.
of them even expect to have Free
thei gom own way about it. IMIIMIMMIMMMMII 578. Ten acre fine citrus and garden M. Self & Co.
land, well fenced; new five room

'T'e Fernadina weA s.Record wants bungalow; near town. Big bar- PINE STREET
ftittlMitltltMIIHIiitliMlliMIMMMtmMIIMIThe gain, only $2,200.
thi ores'city the to people have to a Chautauqua get busy about and \Ye have a complete list of both Phone No. 80

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matter. A'Chautauqua is a help Altamonte city and country property, some
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live Oak now claims a population beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlando'or. ';( A. C.L MtMMMMttMHMMOMHIMMMtttMIMMW.
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rior Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the
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most beautiful and healthful location in Florida
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COMMITTEE TO MEET
high ridge between two lovely 'lakes, 40 acres in parks.

of the Or- Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc. M. SLEMONSNew
There will be a meeting
Hotel has 500 feet broad piazza. All modeen Improve- .
executivecommittee
ange county Democratic ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests. ,
at the court house in Orlando Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet.

Fla., on Wednesday, February18th
1914, at 11:30 o'clock a. m., for Goods

I the purpose of recommending to the GEO. E. BATES & SON, Proprietors Arriving Daily
governor successor to fill the place
made vacant by the death of Hon. L. [Summer Resort liThe Grand,"Mount Vernon, N. H.illllltimiiltllMIIMiltiltlltHlltltlllflllitmil.

G. Starbuck, solicitor criminal court I _.- .

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may come before it. : We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
SETH WOODRUFF, Chairman. I
JOSIAH FERRIS, Secretary. I OIL made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.Elliott's ..f.Boys' .

Orlando, Fla., Feb. 12, 1914.
Suits "Lord Baltimore" brand.
Table Linen and Towels. ;

Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co. .-d
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The Olive Oil we sell is guaranteedto I

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Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm 111111111111111111'
Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A C.L. 9:00 pm and is made from Selected Olives
Lv Waycross Ga. A. C.L..11:10 pm
I Lv Tipton, Ga., A.. C. L.____ 1:15 am grown on the Italian Riviera. Thisis
Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L.____ 2:40 am
the finest grade of Olive Oil
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Ar Ar Opelika Columbus, Alii, Ga.,,C.C.of of Ga.Ga.._ 6:20 7:30 am amr ble to produce, therefore highly recommended ;L ; l!o ==:mmn==.

Birmingham, Ala., C. of G a,12:05 p for medicinal and table
Ar Birmingham Ala.C.of G.12:05 pm
Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm .use.: II1I111111111111 .
Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C._______ 9:35 pm : .
Ar Cairo, III, I. C_____?___11:07 pm Per Pint, 50 cents. -
Ar Carbondale, IlL, I. C.12:13,am (
Per Quart, $1.00. ,,:.'-;. Orlandomater

Ar St. Louis, lo., I. C.____ 7:05.am. Per Gallon, $3.50. .. 5.

Ar Centralia IlL, I. C._____ 1:38 am 5 -. ._ ,. .
Ar Matoon, 111., I. C._______ 3:30 am & Ligh.tElectricity Co.
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reclining chair cars,between Jacksonville /
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St. Louis. All meals in dining

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tickets and Pullman car reservations oil .
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\ The Saturday Auction Bridge club -

- was Chas.entertained G. Mcllvaine yesterday and three by tablesof :Mrs. 1 O 'JR@lrm@O( ) K li1l@1 i _

I bridge players and one of "five

cards hundred"were.were Valentines present.and The the tally high;] 5 Per) G-eit '
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I scores at bridge were made by Mrs. I1
r L. A. Spencer and Miss O'Brien, Mrs.: t r

Y iw W. C. Sherman winning at "five hun

LONG ESTABLISHED 4SAfE.CONSERVAnvt.ACCONMODATING dred.The" refreshments were strawberry Only a few loft;, we offer them to -_

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shortcake and coffee.A .

r fragrant bouquet of sweet peas yon at Par anti interest. Denorni-
was given to each guest, those en
TO BECOME THE OWNER OF A HOME.Is Mrs. Mcllvaine's
joying hospitality;
R being Mesdames Reichard, Chalfant, 'tions $100: and up

Spencer, Thompson, Carr, C. G. Wes- I = I

cott, Frederick Walker, Sherman,

Monroe, Howe, Carmack, Corwin, J. Lii
The
the cherished ambition of many a young man. -
B. Lawton, Sr., C. W. Smith, and Wm. '.
best way to acquire thefunds for a home is to start an Davis.

s account now with the STATE BANK OF ORLANDO, The club will meet with Mrs. Law- U .
ton February 28th.
K : and deposit a certain sum from, your income each week. on We will be pleased to help r

It will soon increase at Compound Interest. POINSETTIA CLUB MISS HOLTS
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GUESTSThe you make up your Income j ,f

Four per cent. interest paid on Savings Accounts. Poinsettia Card club met yes;? wo'0060o !
terday with Miss :Mary Holt, and four Tax Return tin <1
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tables of guests, and two tables of t
club members enjoyed a series of interesting '

_I ; games. The scoring was

4 ". done on Valentine tallies, and a num z E1
ber of high records made, but no

prizes were given. "It is a pleasure to serve you." ,
The Misses Holt served delicious

marshmallow pudding and cake to the

guests, among whom were Mesdames

Norcross, Hoffman, Coonley, Skinner,
HIMIM MlllllllimE Robertson, Green, Lege, Watson, Ken-

drick, McCulloch, Campbell, and

Misses Rossiter and Marguerite Rob. I III I I I ? I I' I tl t ;i .,il! pilul i ie,, I III Vii'I I i Iii I I I II
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PHILLIPS BOYS GIVE PARTY TO MEETING OF THE] .
INTERESTING =Ol
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,LITTLE MISS NOLAN'S PRETTY ted with double poinsettia blossoms, FRIENDS W. C. T. U. HEL DYESTERDAYThe IF' 1]r"fl.
PARTY. i and the Valentine color was also no Howard and Walter Phillips were r

: r February fourteenth marked the ticeable in the strawberry ice cream, hosts for an informal but jolly Val W. C. T. U. "tourist meeting"held I '
i third anniversary of little Miss Fran- molded in the shape of hearts. With: entine party, and their guests, Lois in the lecture room of the Presbyterian .

ces Henrietta Nolan, and the seventy-: this was served home made cake, cut and Dorothy Fuller, Susie Anne Mil church yesterday was well

seventh birthday anniversary of her in small diamonds, and the guests ler, Pete Brittain and Oscar Miller, attended despite the unfavorable fl.

grandfather, Mr. M. H. Couch, of( were served with delicious punch passed a happy afternoon.The weatser. Mrs. Bellamy, of Illinois, :

Senoia, Ga., and in honor of the two throughout the afternoon. prizes were both captured by; presided, as one quite accustomed to ,
Mrs. George Nolan entertained a number -i Assisting the hostess were her sis Pete Brittain, who was awarded i a such work. She used "Blest Be the
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p of the friends of both at her I ters, Misses Agnes and Willie Person, box of candy for his success jn hunt Tie That Binds" in opening. Mrs.
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home on South Orange avenue. |I Miss Ada Bumby, and Miss Alma ing hidden hearts, and a pincushion Bert Blair at the piano. I

t The older guests found much pleasure , DeLaney. Among the guests were for a sewing contest. The first state heard from was

in watching the happy frolic of Misses Jordan, Antoinette Siemens. Mrs. Phillips' was absent from Michigan. Mrs. Van Vranke spoke of .
! the children, and little Miss Zoe Werner Mamie Thornton, Ruth Thompson, town, but her sons proved most de the good work being done by the wo I TI

L Lewis entertained them with Edna,and Lillian Smith, Zelma Lew lightful entertainers and served their men. She was followed by Mrs. McGee -!

} songs, recitations and dancing. The ter, Ruth Mcllvaine, Berta Branch, little friends to iCe cream, cake and of Oklahoma; :Mrs. Crosby, of \

tiny hostess wore a dainty white Newman, Hart, Kilmer, Southgate, candy. New Jersey; Mrs. Waddell, of Ontario I

frock, which had been embroidered Floyd, Standish, Glenn, Gorton, Emily; Canada; Miss Gregory, of New
r."' for her by Mrs. Couch, and proudly I Miller, Alma DeLaney, Vida/Miller, MASTER GEDGE HAS A PARTY York, and others from North Dakota, i

,. displayed her first blue ribbon sash. i i Rita Lawton, Sarah Slemons, Mas Twenty friends of Master Seymour Indiana, and many other states. !

Two cakes, one heart-shaped, bearing -] ters, Nel Thomas, Katherine Hill, and Gedge were invited to the home of his Mrs. Bellamy said she felt'like she V

three candles' for Miss Frances, Mesdames Merle and Sylvan McElroy, parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Gedge, was attending a national gathering. : If you want a watch that you

and another, adorned with flowers for Louis Dolive, Hal Beardall, Allan ,yesterday, and the afternoon was All these talks brought to our minds I can be proud of-carry: a
:Mrs. Couch, had been prepared, and Weathersbee, J. N. Merck, Davis merrily spent in games, and hunting i the face that King Alcohol is aboutto D
the guests gathered around these, : Fishback, Joe Bumby, Jr., DeWit for hearts which had been conceale I be dethroned. The."liquor traffic"is / WalthamWatch

while Photographer Robinson made a. Miller, Lee Miller, Thomas Brodwater, in the shrubbery of the yard. The doomed. .
The Waltham has been awarded
picture of the happy group. j tIn Gordon Wright and Irwin Dunn. guests were summoned in doors for Miss Ina Holcomb gave as a recita
highest honors at International t
the house were many vases of j i a dainty luncheon served by Mrs tion, "Two Home Comings." This I Exposition every and has taken:

poinsettias, and red hearts were sus- VALENTINE PARTY AT THE CATHEDRAL Gedge and Miss Jessie Gedge. gifted speaker has won the silver, every Gold Medal offered in
pended in the windows and doorways.' SCHOOL gold, grand gold,. and diamond med America since 1875.
L Mrs. Nolan was assisted by her! GAME DINNER SERVED TO SAN als in contests in her home state.
I the several Valentine
Among parties "It's Time You Owned a W lt1iam.-
mother, Mrs. Couch, her sister-in-law, JUAN GUESTSA The committee in charge of meeting
marking yesterday was a merry Don't bay watch before talking
a
:Miss Maud Nolan, and Miss Bates.'J Mrs. Branham, Mrs. John-
t composed oi were with us. Complete assortment -
celebration at the: Cathedral schoo hunting party
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of Waltham Watches la all
Ice cream and individual heart-shaped last evening, the members of the faculty Messrs. Samuel Jones, T. P. Grant, son, and Mrs. Pedrick, assisted by I. graJcs.Allen.
( cakes were served. I giving a pleasant little entertainment George Walker, Thomas Thompson, Misses Fannie Tucker and Lois Pe
Valentine favors were given to the Tea coffee and cakes were
drick. ,
& Co.
Lewis Jack
{ for the boarding pupils.An William Barnard, Billie ,
guests as they departed from the served. ,
exciting contest was held to see Lewis and Charles Chalfant, with Mr
pretty affair. I which of the girls, blindfolded in turn, H. B. Myers as guide, returned )'es- JEWELERS
Mr. and Mrs. COUNTY TO HAVE
Those present were OSCEOLA
could most successfully pierce a large terday from a successful hunt at Mcullough's -
Hargrave, Mr. and Mrs. Sasser, Mrs. NEW RAILROAD LINEF. Guaranteed. +
t miles southof Everything ,
red heart with cupid's arrows, an immense ranch, thirty I
*Johnson, Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. Duckworth,'' candy heart being the tempting Orlando. The bag consisted of B. Lynch, president- of the Southern Reliable Repairing.
Mr. and Mrs. Bates, Mrs. Gordon, '
reward. seven wild turkey gobblers, a lot of Colonization company, with headquarters -
Miss Webster, Messrs. George Various games were heartily enjoyed smaller game and a thirty-five pound in Minnesota, arrived in town D
bott and Jas. Knox the children Ah-I 't.
; and later in the evening some wild cat. The hunters are winter residents this week, and formed the South r ,
.
ing Mamie Brown, Robt. Hyer, .,
Orlando and last
of
delicious chocolate ice cream, served night a Florida and Gulf Railroad company,
Wm. Davis, Mildred McNeil, Caryl I in a novel manner, was hailed with dinner[ was served with the wild turkey and will make application in the immediate -'

and Elizabeth Johnson, Manley Duck, delight by the girls-each one receiving : as the piece de resistance, to a future for the incorporationof
worth Zoe Lewis, Arthur Sasser, Mil- lb. .d)
a tiny flower pot, lined with white party at the San Juan. Among those this road. It is the intention of :os I
dred, Catherine and Margaret Slem- n
who the feast .
paper, the cream forming the earth in enjoyed were: the promoters to build a railroad be-
ons, Sylvan McElroy, Jr., Mary Chal which a dainty blossom stood. Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Walker and tween Kenansville and Bassenger, in

fant, Dorothy Estes, Pendleton Yow- The interest of the faculty in providing George Walker, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. H.B. the south part of the county, a distance given personal supervision by F. B. t'IIII'I"II'I"'IIII"II'u
i ell, Pauline and Stanley Bumby, social recreation for their Myers, Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Grant, of thirty-six miles. Materialin Lynch, the president of the Southern

Mary Adair Edwards, John McEwan, charges in addition to the constant Miss Lucy Todd, Miss Cora Todd, the shape of ties for the building of Colonization company. Mr. Lynch is I I

s George Abbott Christ, Teresa Robinson thought for their advance and welfare Miss Anna Gailey, Mr. and Mrs. William part of the road is on the ground, anda a prominent man in Minnesota politics reme Auto ml

n Margaret Rush, Ernest Akers, both in their studies and along Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lewis, good share of the bed has been being ex-governor of the state.-.
Jr., Peepsie ,Brittain, Lois and Dor Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Jones, Mr. and Gazette. I
Valley
general lines, is much appreciated by graded, and as soon as the rails 'ar- II
othy Fuller and Alice Carr. the girls. Mrs. Samuel Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. with vigor.It I
rive, the work will proceed I The oil that has
Charles; Mcllvaine Mr. and Mrs. T. L.
that the actual laborof
is estimated DINNER PARTY AT THE EMPIRE I
MISS JEAN PERSON ENTERTAINS MISS ROSE KANNER'S VALENTINE Dailey, Mrs. James S. McKean, Mr. laying the road can be done in a stood the supreme -
FOR MISS JORDAN andIrs.. Samuel Chalfant Mr
PARTYA while and" that trains will be
short
,
One of the prettiest of Valentine Charles; Chalfant, Miss Dorothy Chal between the two points in After a delightful motor trip to testTHAT
parties was given by Miss Jean Per merry birthday party was given ant, Mr. and Mrs. J.' I. Thornton,! running Winter Garden Saturday, :Mr. F. H.

son for her charming house guest, by- Miss Rose T. Kanner at the home Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Thompson, Miss the not distant future. two Boulter, of Niagara Falls, Ont., and H : _.
Miss Jordan, and nine tables of play of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Kan Romaine Clarke, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. This road was projected but has some been delayed Mr. J. Brasch, of Detroit, :Mich., en- :

s ers were in attendance at the delightful I ner, yesterday afternoon. The children Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. W. Y. Bar- years or more ago,the of- tertained at dinner at the Empire
for completion
affair. As the guests entered, I gathered in the parlor and indulged nard. waiting hotel The party was composed of
each was given a heart-shaped val- in games. After the games the East Coast extension Kenans- Dr. and Mrs. Roney, Mr. H. C. Mc- Goo Gulf Gasoline

entine on which to score. The game were over they marched into the dining ville.It. Daniels, Mr. and :Mrs. J. B. Calder,
was pivot auction, and the high score room, which was tastefully dec- MENDELSSOHN CLUB NOTICE is understood that all the neces- Miss Mabel Brasch, Miss Ina Boulter,

prizes, a handsome pair of hand embroidered orated. Two cakes adorned the table, sary stock of the company has been Mr. and Mrs. J. Brasch, Mr. and Mrs.F. .
guest towels, an embroidered -i on which the refreshments were Owing to the terrific rain of Friday subscribed, and nothing stands in the H. Boulter. The affair was a very

pincushion and a dainty handkerchief served, one bearing ten candles, representing afternoon it was impossible for Ollr way of its progress. enjoyable one and Mr. :Magruder received .
Miss Ada her the other had her to to the rehearsal, The officials who have been electedare
were won by age accompanist get many complimnts on the sump- j P. G. WAlTOlUgt.
Bumby, Mrs. Allan Weathersbee, and name and age on it. Just before the! but on Tuesday, the 17th, at 8 p. m., as follows: tuous repast and the guests departed
Miss May Kilmer. Those scoring lowest refreshments were served Mr. Robinson in the Tea and Rest Room, the regular C. H. Armstrong, of Rochester, wishing the managemnt every suc- i

1h ,.Mrs. Merck, Miss Lillian Smith was summoned and made a photograph rehearsal will be held-rain or Minn., president cess. : PHONES 450269"HIHMIIIIIMt4()
and Miss Emily Smith, were well cons of the little folks. shine. This is a most important meeting W. F. Schroch, of Shokepee, MUUL, i

soled with sticks of red and white Those attending were Elino. and all are requested to be present vice-president.
H. F. Beuter of Kissimmee, secretary Ladies' hair dressing, masSage,
wrapped in white tissue paper Thompson, Marian Forman, Lorine on time. ,
candy, electric drier. Gem Barbc
4f. and sealed with red hearts. Starkey, Mamie Nettles, Vivian Robertson (Signed) RAY HARRIS, and treasurer. shampoo, k
kr The house was beautifully decora-, Noline Starkey, Mary Hand,, Chairman Choral Committee. The work of the new road is being Shop. 1-2-tf Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel c



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