Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00332
 Material Information
Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: February 17, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00332
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
lccn - sn 96027193
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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






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RACES CALLED AT 2:30 P. M. . I -
Mr.. George W. Paige, who lives oni :
.the. Apopka road, came to Orlando. Fancier in Charge of Poultry Depart
First Race-2:14 Class. Pace. Purse $150 yesterday and reported the mysterious +I ment of Fair Has Many,
i. All UVE STOCK PENS ARE All[ Mile Heat, Best 3 in 5 disappearance of his | Wonderful Birds ENEMIES WOULD DESTROY HIM
I No., 1-Rex Riley, B. G. _________________Owner, Geo. H. SpragueNo. nephew, I
..yrw 2-Dortha S., B. M. __________________Owner, P. F. Hamlin Allan B. Manse, who has not been i;, -
No..3-Tom Riley, B. G. _____________________Owner, Wm. Igou seen since Friday evening. f I "It's going to be a great show,"
' METER IN HISTORY OF ORLAN -':'No.*4-Dixie Lou, R. M. __________________Owner, E. H. McNeil Mr. Marse was engaged with his said Mr. J. H., Wendler, in charge of USED WOMAN AS DECOY TO GET
Second Race-2:27 Class. Trot. Purse $133 uncle in working the Dick Arnold the poultry exhibit at the fair
INTEREST BEENDEMONSTRATED No. 1-Little Dutch, B. G. _____________________Florida Stables place. They were returning home together grounds, yesterday. "Many of the AND THEN HAVE
No. 2-Lady Luclie, B. M. ___________________ Owner, T. J. Land about 5 o'clock. Friday after. birds have arrived and there will be |
No. 3-Tony Paw, B. G. -_______________Owner, Geo. H. Sprague noon when Marse reached the place hundreds of others to arrive tonight;' HIM "DISCOVERED"*
No. 4-Dorris Douglass, B. M. __-__________Owner, C. H. Sprague where and birds :
he turned off to go to his tomorrow. They never ship
Third Race-Half Mile Dash. Puree $50 :lJoet'ipl l to the SentineL
ThE long looked for and advertised No. 1-Ban Starr, C. G. ________________Owner, B. D. Wienenga dwelling. Mr. Paige has not seen for exhibition until the last minute,,: Oklahoma City, Feb. 16.-Senator
date has arrived; this is the seventeenth No. 2-Ruby Hill, B. M. --_____________lOwner, M. J. DaetwylerNo. him since, and inqyiry at his home developed and some of them may be a little late Thomas P. Gore testified in his own
,' day of February, and from 3-Lou Linier, B. M. ___________________Owner, W. Pedrick the fact that he never reached in arriving, but a lot of the coops are,
No. 4-Carrie Elder, C. M --________________Owner, D. C. Hill I I defense today in the trial of the suit
ISp today until Saturday, the twenty-first, Fourth Race-Pacine far Record home that night. I I I[.I full already and every one that you i'I against him for $50,000 damages
the fair grounds will be open for the Mile Heat Against Time Mr. Paige was at a loss to account see with a number on it will have occupants -'I''' brought by Mrs. Minnie Bond for assaulting
many'interested people to inspect the Maud W., B. M. Pacing _--_____________owner, M. R. Williams for ,the disappearance. He said that for this show." The fancier'waved ,I her.
A exhibition and enjoy the amuse- Time, 2:25. Pacing for Record his ,nephew seemed to be in his usual his hand around the enclosure
The the lie his
senator to
accusers -
Judges: Geo. H. Mills W. M. Davis gave
starting; Jas. L. Giles,
t, neat,. v Geo. C. Keller, finish. health and spirits except for a slight containing five hundred extra coops and said the suit was the partof
r 'The counties havt responded with fall which he had received several besides those already provided by the a political plot to destroy him He

tq generosity and earnestness of spirit I days previously. The fall, didn't fair association. took the stand at the opening of court
+ that assures the success of the fair. cause Marse any serious inconven- A visit through the department set i this morning and continued his testi-
I He buildings were alive yesterday KDETECTIVES[ MAY KP[[ WISCONSIN COUPLE IN ORlANDO ience for he came to work the day apart for poultry disclosed a large,I mony until late this afternoon.
wth persons arranging exhibits, and after. Marse has a wife and two number of birds already in place properly Senator Gore said that he had met

t' i a vast amount of work was accom- lOOKOUT DURING fAIR WHO [ESCAPED EUGENICS[U [ lAW children. His wife is much distressed, tagged and classified. Among Mrs. Bond in thiscityJanuary 19, 1913,
; plshcla a short time. Those in and is also in the dark as to any rea- them was noticed the big bronze gob and at the time she broached the sub-
;' charge nave exhibited much taste and son for his disappearance. bler that took the prize at the Tampa I ject of her husband's candidacy for
ability in placing their exhibits. Major Sperry Is in Touch with Men Plans to Have Ceremony in Florida _Mr. Paige said that the speeding of show, a number of fine Indian game internal revenue collector tohim. He

Messrs. S. 0. Chase and Jos. N. Whom He Can Get on Broken Up by Operation of automobiles on the Apopka road is chickens, white leghorn bantams, extremely told herhe said, that he could do

t ;Whitner were in from Seminole yesterday I Short Notice New Statute daily happening, and the only possible large white Brahmas, some nothing for her or her husband in the

4 making the way clear for the cause for his nephew's disappearance queer looking cup-combed specimens, matter because he was pledged to an
i; a Seminole county display. Mayor Sperry has authorized the Some of the unusual requirementsof is that he might have been run and a number of others. A large other.

I, se The Osceola display, which prom appointment of four extra men dur- the new eugenics marriage law in down and killed, and his body taken number of geese have been entered, Later she came to Washington of
ises to be the largest and most variedof ing the fair, and they will patrol the Wisconsin were made known to away by the guilty parties. and across the way entered under the her own accord, he said, and called
any county aside from Orange and fair grounds.The friends and relatives of the couplein Osceola exhibit is a pair of eagles. upon him again in the interest of her
probably equaling, the parent ,countyin mayor is in close touch with Orlando Sunday, when Mr. and .- One of the largest exhibits is com husband's candidacy. The senator
many respects, was being arrangedby Pinkerton men who are nearby and Mrs. Arthur R. Schafer, of Racine, ing from North Carolina. Mr. Wend- again told her, he testified, that he
a.company ol faithful and efficient :are holding themselves ready to come Wis., stopped to spend.the.day at the .}. ler had a telegram' yesterday saying' could do nothing for her. He.deniedthat
artists, headed by H. E. Swabey and upon short notice in the event they home of the bride's cousin, Dr. A. B. DUmNG'THf FAIR I they were on the way. There will be he made any advances to her

A. E. Thomas, Misses Jean Caldwell are needed. The police are keeping Whitman. They are making a tour over a hundred birds in this one ex while she was in his office.

and Ruby Ellis, of Kissimmee,John M. keen watch on the trains, and ob- of Florida on their way to Cuba on Sentinel Wants to Print the Name of hibit. Several days after Mrs. Bond visited -
Anderson and Mrs. C. S. Cooper, of serving the character of the crowds, a belated honeymoon. Mrs. Schaferwas Every Visitor to Fair him at his office, she called him
St.Cloud.. Great preparations are and if it becomes apparent that thereare Miss Helen Whitman. Plans had the said the .
During the Week : R ROLLINS AND COLUMBIA T TO PlAY on telephone, senator.It
being made by the St. Cloud peoplefor crooks in town the Pinkerton men been made to have the wedding at the was late in the afternoon, and she
their part in the Osceola day exercises will make their appearance shortly winter home of her parents near I said she
The Sentinel wiii have an attractive AT fAR! GROUNDS T TODAY was leaving the city on the
to be held Friday. Gen. John thereafter. Welaka, Fla., February 8. On the booth at the fair grounds during the i 6:40 train and wanted him to call at
McElroy, editor of the National Tri- During the fair the city'commis- last day of December Miss Whitmanwas
fair which opens today. It is located ; her room because she was packing up
bune, General Washington Gardner, sioners will hold police court every planning to leave Racine to,join first beneath the stairway in the ro- Game Will Be ,Called in Time to and hadn't time to, come to his office.
commander in chief of the G. A. R., morning at 8:30 o'clock. her parents in Florida. A few hours tunda of the main building. The : Finish Before the Lunch The senator says he called at her

and Commissioner of Pensions Salz before'she was to leave a friend informed booth has been attractively decorated ; Hour request, when she again solicited his
gaber, of Washington are expected to You can find at Curtis & O'Neal'sall Mr. Schafer that they could in red, with poinsettias as the flower I support for her husband's candidacyand
be present that day, and make .addresses the magazines and daily papers in not be married in Florida and returnto and a register tied with red ribbon. II I i The baseball game between Rollins he again 'told her that he could

j from the grand stand. I their,regular ordr. Wisconsin under the new law, The Sentinel invites visitors to the. and Columbia ,college teams at the do nothing. The senator testified that
A, car load of live stock arrived -- -- -- -' which went into effect January. 1. fair to call at the Sentinel booth and fair grounds this morning will be the he arose and extended his hand,which

from Osceola yesterday, consisting Winter Garden, were Mrs. Griffin, They decided to be married that day, register. It is the desire of the pub feature of the morning diversions.The she took and pulled him onto the bed.
mostly of cows and sheep. Aside from Mrs. Sims, Miss Speer, Messrs. J. W. being the last chance, as under the lisher to record the presence of every 1 game will follow the aeroplane At that moment T. E. Robertson, of
these Mr. C. E. Swope, of Kissim- Jones and J., H. Sadler. All were new law the medical examinations require visitor to the fair of the year 1914 ;i flight which will take place while the Oklahoma City, entered. Mrs. Bondat
mee, has five head of Welch ponies on working like beavers, and the- results six months. The marriage was When printed in the Sentinel it will trades display is circling the race this moment went to the bath room
display in a tent near the east en- will be evident to the visitors today. accomplished just in time to allow the become a permanent record and will track. The first inter-collegiate gameof where she began screaming. When
trance. Mr. Swope is just beginninga Those in general charge of the exhibits bride to catch her train for Florida.Mr. in time be of historic value. At the the season took place at Wintei the senator asked what it all meant

stock farm for the breeding of these are: Schafer could not leave until Feb- present it will possess fine news value, i! Park between these teams yesterday, both refused to answer him. Robertson -
ponies near Kissimmee. They are Citrus fruits-E. H. Walker. ruary 1. Only her parents were told and the Sentinel purposes to print all resulting in a victory of 5 to 3 fc later led Gore to the lobby wherehe
blooded stock, imported directly, and Domestic arts-W. S. Branch, Jr. of the marriage until her husband arrived the news about the fair. I j ji I i Rollins. The work of Barze in the was met by an escort who took

make a fine showing. There are Machinery-W. H. Reynolds. and their friends in Florida did j i i I The Sentinel wishes especially to box and McClintock's fielding at first him home.
.three mares, a colt and a stallion in Poultry-J. H. Wendler. not know of their marriage until they print the names of all out of town j I: were the features of the game. Mr. At the close of Senator Gore's testimony

j' the exhibit. Stock-R. B. Lynch.AgricultureC. were off on their delayed wedding visitors. Will you not contribute your I I W. E. Gore umpired a splendid game. the defense rested. Cross-ex
g r .)Ir. S. B. Aultman was up from Kis- H. Hoffner. journey. !' part by stopping at the Sentinel booth There was ,a large crowd and mcchI amination failed to shake the senaator's -
simmee yesterday making arrangements Racing-D. Lockhart. 'long enough to inscribe your name I' enthusiasm. story. The prosecution then
for space in the machinery hall, Grand 'marshal trades display and ANNUAL MEETING OF BOARD OF and address? I I From Orlando the Columbia team started rebuttal evidence, which will
where he will have an exhibit of clerk of races-Seth Woodruff. i! TRADE MARCH 2 I I :I goes to Sutherland to play the team close tomorrow morning. The clos-

', Cartercars. This doesn't come under Walter Johnson, the aeroplane man,I \ of Southern college, and the Rollins ing arguments will be started at once,
''t the head of Osceola products exactly, arrived yesterday and established his The annual meeting of the Orlando SENATOR flETCHffi PlEADS fORi boys will go to DeLand for games and it is expected that the jury will

but it shows the Osceola spirit, which camp on the grounds, and will give Board of Trade will take place Mon- Friday and Saturday. have the case tomorrow night.BLYTHWELLS .
t is being commended on all sides.: his first flight at 10:45 this morning. day, March 2. The election of officersis AMERICAN FARMERS Batting order:

,4 The Volusia exhibit was' being George H. Mills, the starting judgeof scheduled for that meeting, and a Rollins-Roberts, 2b; Froemke, ss;
placed yesterday by Mr. and Mrs. the races, arrived yesterday from large attendance is desired. There i McClintock, lb; Melvin, If; Moore, 3b;
E. E. Rowland and Mr. T. H. Goshen, N. Y., and will' be at his post. Florida Senator Appears Before Joint i I Thoren rf cf Barze
Codrington. was no meeting last night. A bare ; Shirley, ; p; Taylor Amid a perfect bower of beautifuland
John B. Stetson university hasa It is promised that the races will be- Hearing on His Rural |.
quorum was present, and it was decided c. fragrant flowers and among a
large space in this exhibit, and this gin promptly on time at 2:30 this to hold no meeting. The next Credits Measure Columbia-Nance, ss; Stewart, 2br; hundred and fifty or more friends who

was being arranged by Prof. Litch- afternoon. meeting will be held in President J. N. Special to the SentinelWashington Chalker, c; Wheeler, rf; Smith, lb; loved and admired them, Mr. ThomasP.
field Colton, head of ,the department Judge Marshall, who has served as Bradshaw's office. i Feb. 16.-Six billion Williams, If; Halton, 3b; Crawford,I Blyth and Miss Winnifred Wells
of mechanical arts. judge of many poultry exhibitions f : cf Haynes,
dollars, loaned to them at the rate of ; p. were united in the holy bonds of mat-
The most complete exhibit at the: throughout the country, will make his I
KILLED in the.
BY AN AUTO RACER from six per cent. to twenty-four percent ; rimony Wednesday evening
fair grounds yesterday was that fromI' decisions Wednesday.NO interest, plus the bank service,' CHiEf DEAN MAKES READY fOR: Methodist church, Rev. W. F. Allen
Apopka, the men in charge being Mr.
I Special to the w'ntinoLSanta is the national debt of the American of Titusville, a cousin of the bride*
i Frank H. Davis, president of the OVERCHARGES WILL BE Monica, Cal., Feb. .-Lewis farmers, according to a statement.by I 1 officiating.-Florida Star.
Apopka bard of trade, and Mr. W. P. COUNTENANCEDThe URE E PROTECTION AI fAIRHose
G. Smith, an automobile racer, was Senator Fletcher before a joint hearing Mr. 'Blyth lived in Orlando for"Eev-
I Newell. A moying spirit in collecting perhaps fatally hurt today when the of the house and senate banking! eral years with his parents, on De-
the exhibit was Mr. D. W. Clark. A fair association will counte. machine skidded and crashed into a and currency committees today. Reels Placed at Convenient <: Laney street, and has many friends

I well painted sign suspended at full nance no overcharges, either at hotels i crowd in front of the Sawtelle sol- Short term notes at a low rate of i Points Over Grounds for here. who join the Sentinel in extending
} length across the exhibit proclaimed or from hack drivers. While the diers' home here. Four I I! '
association I others were [interest was advocated by Senator I Ready Service congratulations. .
"Apopka, Heart of Summer Land." has no arrangement with : badly inujured. Smith was crushed Fletcher as a means of relieving the j I -

This was the work of Mr. G. P. Monroe the hotels for reduced rates it was' under the auto, which was over- situation. This relief will be afforded j i i I,, Chief William Dean of the fire department -I }Ir. H. W. Metcalf arrived last

who is an artist of no mean abil- generally understood that there wouldbe turned. through the establishment of the visited the fair grounds yesterday night and will be taken to. Lake But-

ity, and has several paintings entered no advance in rates. Complaint i i rural credits system as outlined in his and saw to the placing of hose!' ler today by Mr. S. S. Griffin, who
in the fine arts department. All oft has.reached the association'that some ; KILLED IN A BOXING.MATCH rural credits bill, upon which the"'I reels filled with hose for ready servicein recently, sold Mr. Metcalf a grove "belonging '
the products displayed in the Apopka of the hotels had begun to charge advanced -I\ hearing was given. the event of a fire at the fair;! to the Beggs estate. Mr. Met-
exhibit were grown without irriga prices. Such will'!' calf has
i complaints Special to the Sentinel grounds. i never seen the property, and
tion, and this fact will be impressed be investigated. Hack fare to the I Dangerfield, Tex., Feb. 16.-Pat AVIATOR KILLED INPENSACOLA The grounds are well supplied with will inspect it today. He owns another

*pon all who inspect the display. fair grounds is fixed by ordinance of j I Scroggins, 17, was killed here todayin I hydrants, and if a blaze should occur grove and five hundred acres
Along with the Apopka exhibit is. a the city council at 15 cents for the in the same vicinity.
a boxing match with Jess Lassiter would be
fine Special to the Sentinel. i tit probably unnecessary fort
display of ferns from the ferneryof straight trip, 25 cents for the round a youth of his own Pensacola Fla. Feb. 16.-Lieut. t the .
w Newell & age. Scrogginsdied J.I city department to go to the scene, !
In trip. If any hackman collects more, almost instantly after receivinga M. Murray, a member of the United for a few men could haul out the I! THE WEATHER '
lr charge of
coming from the the attractive display persons who suffer the overcharge are blow directly over the heart. He States aviation corps, was killed here' reels and have' a stream on the fire' Florida: Fair Tuesday Wednes
section South Lake Apopka asked to complain at the secretary's was the son of a rich lumberman. No this afternoon by falling from an before the department could reach the day, increasing cloudiness probablyrain
: Ocoee, Oakland and office.
arrest was made. aeroplane. 1 scene. in east portion.

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Curious Story of a Warning That Cam* \ ,

From Slumbcrland. r: ..: i ... :: .J.. .''' '. .t . .\
The following prophetic dream ear .. ..' f ... . ,. .,.
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of theoloff- -1 .
related the a f
?; by president ".:. .-. ; # \ "
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leal seminary: IRONS
It had been the custom of one of the .. Jj ; .
professors to Inrlte all the students
with members of the faculty, to dinner t I
at a hotel on the annual Thanks- } : { VT.A.
firing day. On the morning of that .
day the wife of this professor suddenly 'v E. have just received a shipment t
tell dead in her dressing room at 8 of the latest style of

o'clock.That morning at 7 o'clock one of the "GAS IRONS"
students woke up from a bad dream. 3 MONTGOMERY MOTION Grand
rr, He had dreamed that he sat down with which we are placing the market Theatre
the usual company at the Thanks PICTURE cos
CiTing dinner and that Immediately .. FOR $3.00 EACH
one of his fellow students rose in his
place saying that it was his painful They are absolutely guaranteed to be :
duty to announce to the company that perfectly safe and at the same time inexpensive
s the wife of their host had suddenly to operate. They cost only .
{ died at 8 o'clock that morning. 13 as much to operate as an electric This WeekMiMMIHiMMHIMMMM :
be had Initantly
This dream. however
iron and are much easier to handle.
banished from his mind as an : .
t uncanny probabLUt1'and had thoughtno ; ,
Call tt he office a.)4 M cw demantrnedORNDO
more about It But on going to
the dinner and taking his seat with .' '..
the company he was unspeakaoty . ; ,
amazed to see the student seen In the -
dream rise and to hear him make the

I announcement Exchange. made ID the dream.- WATER[ & LIGHT m. . .. "

Gas Department
Origin of the Plus, Minus, Multiplies*
tion and Division Signs. ..IMIHIMMMIHMIMMMMIMililiMIM tt
d When you make the sign off In a .
problem of addition perhaps you do
not know that you are really using the r f, X, '
first letter of the word "plus" In a '. I ,
somewhat altered form. At first the
r capital letter P was used but as It
was made more and more quickly and
k carelessly the top part of the letter
became merely a horizontal line drawn .
across the edge of the vertical : ,
The sign used in subtraction has even

a stranger history. The word Minns 111111111'111111"'I ; " " 'I"'J' " " "I'II.LIII.IIIII.III..1MlN
was first shortened into "mus." witha
horizontal line above to indicate the load
Just arrived car
contraction: after awhile only the letter
m. with the line above it was used FORDS for immediate For Economy and purchase .
and finally the 'letter was dropped and

now we have only the hastily madehorizontal delivery. W R t G H T power of your money
line. REALTY & SRBD co
AH multiplication Is but a short form FOR ESTATE "T ry Wright Farm ;
of addition the plus sign was turnedsidewise Get now. REAL
into a character resembling yours Thais Our Business, and Garden Seeds. ir.
} the letter X.
:- Florida7resh
I Division was formerly indicated by F. G. RUSH Orlando bulk. "Motto" Quantity
: placing the dividend above a horizontal '
Phone 226 '
line and the divisor below. In and Quality.
order to save space in printing the

dividend was placed to the left and Eggs 33C doz. I Best Creamery Butter 39C lb.
the divisor to the right with a simpledot
Sweet Milk Ice 100 ItK, Limes doz.
In place of each.-Youth's Companion 13C qt. 400 Inc
Sweet Milk 07C pint I Fresh ,Butter Milk .' IOC |Iqt.

"Either and "Neither. Individual Package 10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits, "That Present" delivered by Express,

all east of Rjcky \lJu.1tains, at door $1.35 cash with order.
There are two or three things about (charges prepaid) points your
theM two words that one should rememhor -
In the first place they should

never tit' usEMl in connection with more ....IIIIII'III'IIII.II..llltt.t.&la.taaaa" .. . . .011111111111111.111111.
Tuesday or 'Yrone day." not "either
c Tuesday Wednesday or Thursday It

not was"neither neither Tuesday Tuesday nor Wednesday Wednesday; nor" & TRUST I

i Thursday Then either should not be ORLANDO 8 BANK' COMPANY r

used in the sense of each as "they
{ walked on. one on either side of the A Lead Pencil of Bottle of Ink
r road" It should be one on "each"
Orlando. Florida.Condition .
I side of the raid The third caution is
Is a small investment, but, a large part
i; about the pronunciation. Some per
sons I Insist that they should be pronounced at the close of business December 31, 1913
1 tber" and "nl-ther. with 3f the writers comfort and efficiency depends -

the " Ion?. Rut this is more an affectation RESOURCESLoans

;rhaps than anything else. on having the right kind. '. and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $403,080.10

The best authorities agree that the A hard scratchy pencil where a soft one Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 362.37
right propumiation Is "e-ther" and Stocks and Bonds . . ,. . . . ..-. . .. . . . 26,018.33
4ne-lher.H-New York World.Sly '
is demanded, or a thick ink when only a fluid '- Cash on Hand and in Banks . . II. . . . . 200,946.57 t

Old Commodore. Banking House: Furniture and.Fixtures . . . 25,974.87
is needed the worker and
"When Commodore Vanderbilt was may discourage
alive" say! a New York Central official $656,382.24
"the board of directors of the ruin the work We carry all grades colors LIABILITIES t 4
New York Central used to find their
work all cut out for them when they lad standard makes of pencils, and can furnish Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000.00
met All they had to do was to ratify Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 35,214.86 ,
Fj his plans and adjourn. Yet they had on demand the very best possible ink Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . : . . . . . 521,167.38.
their uses. Occasionally a man would
come to him with some scheme which For any kihd of pen work. Tell your pencil '. $656,382.24
r he did not care to refuse outright
Y "Sly directors are a difficult body md ink troubles to the man behind the counter, \

t of men to handle' he would say 'I'll Deposits on Dec. 31, 1912 . . . . . . . . . $489,971.68 .
submit it to 'em. but I warn you that
they are hard to manage.' W. S. BRANCH, Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . II d . . II . $521,167.38

tg "The matter would be submitted to .
the board when it assembled and Increase . . . . . . . . .,. . . . . . . 31,195.70The
The Arcade Book and Music Store
officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust .
I There the commodore would say
when his visitor.came to learn the result Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and
'1 did the best I could, but 1 .MMMMiMMMMMMMMIMMMMMMMMMMMMMSeveral. friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement.
told you in advance that my directors The management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects
were an obstinate lot." f I IM t. the conservative, sane and progressive methods employed in
'-"- - --- : this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and
It Is I Obtainable. strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in health-
Be was young though of a serious t
Y turn of mind. Conversation was lagging a acriflce Pri rice ful statements to its patrons.,

: and she was earnestly hoping he M. M SMITH, President r
s would take his leave. Her musings I
were interrupted however, by him W. M. DAVIS, Vice-President C. E. NOLAN, CashierWE
"Do you think perfection is ever actually @
F attained in this life Miss Alicer
"Yes. she answered quickly "some

people Republican.become perfect bores."-Denver choice lots for immediate sale. Located.just FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES :

one lot off Magnolia avenue on Concord avenue. Im AND DO ALL KINDS OF
t Th. Worn. Widower :
OPTICAL REPAIRING Spring Millinery Opening
v "He says his" poor children need an- : proved with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest
other mother. .
_: "Then why doesn't he take one locations in Orlando.
home to themr"It Wednesday and ThursdayFeb.
seems that the children pay the
1 rent and they are very hard to con- The Price is Right I 25th and 26th
: Tince."Exchange.

t Her Raven Hair. N DR. L H. RAMSDELL The public cordially invited. '

"Some novelists don't know what

peaks they're of talking a girl's about Graven Here's hair.one" who I (Successor to Dr. 0.' P. LUdu) KSSESHAKIM & DUNN

"What's wrong with tt\" I Or1ano n Real l B Estate t t Co.i

t They"All wear wrong.feathers Ravens!"-don't Liverpool wear Met batr.I ORLANDO, FLORIDA


cury.It Is the mental and spiritual atti 504 I Watkins Block1I111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111: W. T. ENTRICAN. I Agents for Barclay Corsets, '

tude with which: one meets a crisis In Offers to Orlando the newest and best
t life which makes the crisis one of victory of workmanship in the painting and I McCall's Patterns
I Phone 636.
or defeat. decorating trade. -
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r' CONWAY ITEMS'l| 'Wilfbidn the course of the next thirty The first freezing weather of the tMIIMIMimMlimiMMilliMMHIHtlllHIMMillllMilliltlMlimtlltm
days. I season was experienced in Pensacola 1..1.11..11111111..111..1. . . . . . . . .. ... .12.111111111111111111.

Conway, Fla., Feb. .-Mr. CharlesE. .1 last Sunday morning.

Pittt and Miss Nina Martin were The board ,of,trade has decided to
C. D. Goodwin of the Forty-five cases were on the trial
present Agent
.united ,in marriage on Sunday, Feb- Have You Seen SEBRING
The Atlantic Coast Line an art square, a docket in the criminal court at the
wary 15th, at Taft, by Rev. Ash.: <
ceremony was performed in the Meth mild token of,that body's appreciationof session which convened in Miami last.1 :I

few the valuable services the general Tuesday morning. I
odist church in the presence of a
{ has rendered his adopted town, I
friends Miss Martin is the eldest agent
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.. C. Martin Fort .Meade.-Fort Meade Note in The older I get the more I am inclined : the town furthest south :
Union. to wish I could wear a flashy I
t Times, -
of Mont Verde. C. E. Piatt is the I I I
grandson of Col. Rot J. Piatt, of Con- -
way. He has been in North Dakota J. L. Bernie, one of the best known : In the famous Lake
workers in the section Regionof
for the past four years where he se- newspaper The whistle on the engine is hearda

cured a claim of .one hundred and around Pensacola, died suddenly Tues- long distance but it doesn't get the
be- day afternoon at his home in that engine anywhere.
,sixty acres' which he proved up
his bride city. For five years he was a reporteron .
fore,coming to Florida for Florida F
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!' been all that the Journal. Death was due, it is
tom he has engaged
time. She is one of Mont Verde's supposed, ,, to ptomaine poisoning or LASTING 30 DAYS

mlost popular and charming young ladies I acute indigestion. .

; and he is an enterprising and No. 1-10 acres, 21-2 miles south
ambitious man. Their friends The man who designed the street east of city, on hard road, all improved -
young illuminating plan for three inaugura- ; 175 budded orange and grape-
Two Years Old Beautiful Homes
them and
with } prosperity fruit trees just coming into bearing; '
tions in Washington will be in Jack-
_ .Irv. Mabel ,L, Piatt, of Wichita, 7-room house; the land is of the best. 1
sonville to attend the electrical display No. 2 Two 3-acre inside
Ka nsas, it here on a visit. She was a young.groves -
,. 'fo mer resident of Conway neighborh for the Confederate reunion. of city, nicely situated to divide Electric Lights .
Thousands of bulbs will be used in into Home lots.
>d. She was rather bewildered onarriving No. 3-13 acres, 8 acres with 6-
in, Orlando, by ,the 'many making a grand display for the old room house and 200 bearing grove; Water Works System Paved Streets
ges and improvements and could soldiers and large number of visitors. the 5 acres is garden land divided in
Many unique effects will be carriedout acre lots and recorded.
Chi few if any of the old land marks.
in the illumination. 1 No. 4-5 acres east between Amelia Modern Hotel
iss Margaret Hill is somewhat I i and Concord avenues, just over city .
i proved in health, but is yet under limit line; a part of -it to bearing
the care of Dr. McEwan, at his san- After a. lapse of several months grove and grapery; a fine 8-room Elevation 200 Feet No Swamps ,
work has been resumed on the large house and other buildings. This is a
itarium. rare bargain to get a city home just .
which is erected in the
hotel being
Dr. Prince i is much improved in Methodist assembly grounds on An- over tention.the city line. Give this your at- 90 miles south of Orlando in DeSoto CountyLeave
he th and spirits since he returned to
astasia island below South Beach. It No. 5-40 acres, 20 improved with
his home here. His nurse, Miss ,
is proposed to get the hotel completed 500 choice bearing orange trees, south
fro n Tampa, has given him the best side of lake Altamonte Arrive SI BRING
it the earliest possible date and also near Springs; ORLANDO 3:30: p. m. 8:40: p. m.
,, of care and attention. fine bungalow of 8 rooms; also 4-room
1 Ir. J.. A. Barber, with his force of to erect at least 'ten attractive con- cottage furnished; beautiful lawn and
crete block bungalows before'the sum- shade; tennis court (cement); the
has been in Kissimmee for -
\i Pi ers, ner season sets in. The hotel and show place of the South, known as
U1 past two weeks. He had a num- the Foss Grove. On account of the
auditorium will be fastas
bei of groves to pick. completed as death of Mr. Foss, Mrs. Foss can no
t, workmen can accomplish it and a, longer attend to the estate. Thi
force- of mechanics will be put to means sell it. : SEEKING OFFERS OPPORTUNITIES Ir\ ALL LISE4
NEWS FROM ALL work on the bungalows in the near No. 6-Several nice homes, close to ,
PARTS OF FLORIDA Lake Eola, and other parts of the city.
future. The work of the
establishing Aloe choice lots, close in. : FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL ATSEBRING
summer assembly has been delayed If you want to buy for home or investment I
(From the Gainesville Sun) considerably, but it is the intention I am a leader along these :

anned Another, for military Key West.company is being of lost those time and in charge have everything to-make in up readiness for lines.for investigations.Open Call or phone. and make date I

evenings. [ REAL[ [ESTATE A 1[ OFFICE[
by the spring, or at least early 19 W. Church St.-Phone 338

About 900 acres are now being summer, so that the beautiful beach

lanted to watermelons in Lady Lake. resort will be able to entertain people !

from the interior of Florida and 4 IMIMIIIIMMIMMilMMDRS NO 5 ORANGE AYE. ORLANDO FLORIDA
The late school gives Miami : ,
census southern
Georgia during the coming IWM. HARPERtJOSEPHINE
pepulation of 20,000. The direcry summer months.-St. Augustine Note : DRS 1 ;
I ( HARPER I! C. B. Treadway Ed.'L. Hainz i Opposite
gives the population at 16,027. in Times-Union. >:: I
I. OSTEOPATHS Local Representatives San Juan HotelMHIIIIMHMM

Harry Baxter is having his twelve: Take your repairing to Warman on Oldest Established Practice' In
acre field in Chandler set out in to- Court.street.. 12-5-tf Orlando ". .. J J J J J J J J J J J J J J WJJ I INI Ml. ..I. ... .
matoes. I 19 W. Church Street, Up-Stairs I . .. .+44 1'" HIMIMMIIIIII MM .1..II.I..IIIIIIIIIII.For *

I Consu tatlon and Ex*
The Sentinel is the newsiest and aminatlon FreeMIMIMMIMMIIIIMIMM *t
President Frank C. Bowyer, of the w I
best printed daily in Central Florida. j N 0+ i 111"1111111,.,111,'
Tampa board of trade, is to be .paid

a salary of $2,500 a year by that Sale


Friday morning Pensacola was vis- SALE VACUUM L CLEANER[ t

ited by an unusually high wind, the Modern 8-room

velocity reaching sixty miles an hour "\(
House 2 doors
for a brief period. New Two-Story Modern

of Wyoming
A fifty per cent valuation of, all west Have house
House one block from your room or
property in Escambia county was decided Hotel. Bar-

upon Tuesday by the board of Lucerne Circle. cleaned without dust or troubleof
county commissioners who met in gain.

Pensacola.The furniture
moving .

congregation of the First.Presbyterian Helen Wright, Owner j A. Bentley ,
church of Tampa has under I

consideration plans by which a new 113 AMERICA I STREET j 10 L AMELIA AVENUE : The Pierce Hectric Co. send an Experienced
church edifice be erected in Hyde
may ,
park. man.

,Macdenny is planning to bond for

$30,000 for a brick school building AN EXPERT j THE WEST : SEE THEM FOR TERMS

which is to be commodious, well fin- I ,

ished and fully equipped for up-to- of Department whose : VIA I II
Sign Writer is in charge Sign II I .
date school work. .
past experience with some of the foremost of Ameri :

The orange trees in the vicinity of ca's sign makers assures the highest possible grade of : SMINOU[ LlMITDI[ ,
C011nL! H
Fort Meade are beginning to put on :
to pm
work. When one makes big claims up one Lv -- ------------
bloom and it is understood that the I Ar Jacksonville: ___________ 7:30 pm I. '
prospects are very flattering for a make good, but these claims should be weighed quite as Lv Jacksonville,Fla,A. C.1. 9:00 pm i'
Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L.__11:10 pm; ,
good crop of oranges this season. much for your sake as ours. Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L._.__ 1:15 am (JFITJTK H RTRF.TCTIMtiMMtllMMMMMIMMMIHIMMMIIMttHIIIU

Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L.____ 2:40 am
Thursday afternoon in Palatka the Ar AmericuSt Ga., C. of Ga._ 3:55 am
boat house of Capt J. E. Lucas on GE-- A.BARKER. Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20 am I
Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga_ 7:30 amr
the river front with !
together a num- ,
Ala., C. of Ga.l2:05 p
ber of fine motor boats, was entirely SIGNS AND SHOW CARDS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Ar Birmingham Ala.C.of G.12:05 pm

destroyed by fire, entailing a loss of Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm I
about $10,000.John Let us figure on your work for Orlando's Mid-Winter, Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C._______ 9:35 pm To the West and NorthwestVIA
Ar Cairo, 111., I. C._________11:07 pm
.... Fair.
Ar Carbondale, Ill., I. C.____12:18 amt '
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L.. Penny, the aged clerk of 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111r

the circuit court, died in Pensacola Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C._____ 7:05 am
Thursday the age of over 70 years. ,

A year ago he suffered a stroke of S Ar Centralia, Ill., I. C._____ 1:38 am
paralysis and his health has been fail- - Ar Matoon, III, I. C_______. 3:30 am SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED tAJUAC
i Ar Champaign, III, I. C.____ 4:29 am -. -- _
ing since that time. Ar Kankakee, Ill., I. C._____ 6:20 am 1/iAlte ATLANTIC
C._______ 7:50 am Limited. Flyer.SOUTH LIMITED.
Hammond Gore Ar Chicago, III, Lv Orlando A. C. L.......12:31 am 3:13pm Lv Orlando .........,.........,.., pmAr
The Tarpon Springs Leader says: i j Jacksonville, A. C. L... 6:45ara 730pm Ar Jacksonville .....................1.u pm
"In Florida there are 55,000 horses, Solid Through Trains-Composed of Lv Jacksonville, A. C. L... 8:33am 8:25pm) Lv Jacksonville: A. C. L. .......... pmT
Waycross, A. C. L......11:50am 1Q2 5 pm Lv Wayeross A. C. L. .1i20 pm-
27,000 mules, 128,000 milk cows, 735, FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. observation, compartment, drawingroom Ar Macon G. S. A F....... 6:13pm 4:15am Ar Macon G. S. A F. .............. Juarn<<
000 other and section, sleeping cars, arid fee Ar Atlanta, C. of Ga...... 8:03pm 7:25am Ar Atlanta, C. of Ga. .............. i aY am
cattle, 118,000 sheep -- - - IAr Chattanooga, W. A A..12:18am 11:55 am ** Ooru"11 L. t: N. .............KiWpm.
904,000 hfgs.M The Tampa Tribune reclining chair cars, between Jacksonville :. ........ 3U
asks REAL VAIUESLOW PRICES and Chicago, and Jacksonvilleand I II Ar Nashville. N. C. A St. L. 4:50am 4:30pm Ar Louisville, tN.N."I! ........ 9400pm
many goats! Louis. All meals in dining' Ar St. Louis LC.AL.AN. %:50 pm ?:20 am jAr Indianapolis, Pa. L. ............ 1 50 am
COMPARE St. - ]Ar Lexington L. &: N. ............ ,.50pm
The Southfield Bible conferencewill I Ar Hopkinsnlle, L. "N........... 6:27pm jArCiBeiaanU.L.A N. ............. g Qpm
be I car.For tickets and Pullman car reser- Ar Evansville, L. A N..... 9:28 am 9:25pm Ar Kalamazoo, G. R7VL: ..........1%) '0 pm
held this year in Crescent City Ar Grand Rapids, G. R. A L .......
FURNITUREWe Ar Terre Haute, C. A E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am | 215 pm
from March 4 to 12. Several, renowned OUR vations, call on Ar Chicago, C. A_E. L..... 650pm 650am1Ar Cleveland Big'Four............. ?fffam
divines will be present at W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent,
p this conference and they will be as- provide the quality furniture that has long I or I DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED

sisted by several well known gospel been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, I Solid sleeping train composed cars, observation of section compartment drawingroom Solid train composed of electric hghted i'.:

singers. standard of merit. If an article i is here it is good.It Atlantic Coast Line, I cars and dining car, between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and Coaches r
wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make Orlando. Chicago, and section drawing-room sleeping' between Jacksonville and Cincinnat land
ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Jacksonville, Louisville ana Indiana IOlia-,
this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
Plant No. 2 of the Dunnellon Phos DIXIE FLYER through sleeping ear between Jacksonville and
this business, and that'means much to any buyer Solid train carrying electric lighted compartment !Cleveland also
phate company has started up again WOOD, COAL AND ICE I observation sleepers, and electlic Jacksonville; and Pullman sleeping ear between
after a shut down of about nine Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's Ighted section drawing-room sleepers. First- Grand Rapids on Moedays
. and
Dining car Thursdays of each week. Dining
class coaches and smoking car. ear
months. Three of the other plants MeN LL & DAVIS BLOCK, Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf serves meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati
f which are to be operated by electric i

power will start up as soon as the Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SI.. Orlando Ha. W. T. ENTRICAN, FOR TICKETS,"PULLMAN RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION WRITE OR CALL UN-

sub-station of the Florida Power company L Makes a specialty of painting, paper- W. R. O'NEAL City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Ageat.

at Felicia',.' from which they iO _ !. 11II. ing, refinishing floors, furniture 1-21-lm, etc. Atlantic Coast Line, Orlando :xt
> \ will get power, 11 completed. This f 't- -'- Phone 636.

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;f, THE DAILY ; DO MY HOUSE WORK IX TENMINUTES" It tells what is now and useful. .IIIIIIILIIIIII"IIII'III'I.'a"J Q"O'I"I ,
..... t'IIII'
Nowadays a woman who would for-
r South Florida Sentinel (By W. merly spend half a day "shopping :

J Morton H. around" can run through her favorite
This is what
a and
JOSiAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. load in his motor promit newspaper and make up her mind as
j i suffragist told' the New York Dickson-Ives
f -- ------- ---
; days. Mr. Jones to just where she wants to go for the
: Entered at the postofTice at Orlando. Florid i but she did not into
,-. *. u Second Class Mail Matter. business men |I I go article*she desires..
r. morning on his I sufficiently to show the aver-- A few minutes of real shoppingtime ',
TO ADVERTISERS: i woman how to do likewise.
he carries free of I is consumed instead of half a .
Copy for display and all other k nd-set is help to I This age of labor saving devices f
quite a
adrertisint must be handed in at the business witnessed advances day.
great when
o office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. ra hurry to get to
9 the day before publication.: This rule applies the bus j|: things are possible. DEPARTMENTAL[ STORE[ ,
it U was run .
to changes for contract advertising:
t t invariable and will be strictly adhered to. ule from the I I Wise women nowadays plan their Daytona is raising a fund of $-1,500to
I I' with the skill of, for band for the coming
: and around both 'I efficiency engi- pay a year 'So
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: I I, and they make free use of the and the secretary of the Board of
c, One Year ... ......... ..'.......$5.00 trips each day, it : modern inventions. Trade says it is worth the money as rlanoo' '
t. . . a business as favorite no in
Six Months . 2.50
eo eo It It II I One of the greatest modern labor an attraction. He ought to know.It .
...... .. out they could
f Three Months ..:. . .. 1.25 is advertising in the live daily is a genuine Italian band with a
them to market
t In Advance. 'I I like the Morning Sentinel. long foreign name. One man is giv-

I, It is the short cut to accurate and ing $500 towards the necessary fund
I I y buying. It tells where to go, and a dozen or more others are giv-
: - -- - - -- great proprietary
; Welcome to our city.o ment in Buffalo, what to avoid. ing $100 each. ll i

f -- -- winter home on
t This is the great day. near MimiMMMIIMimiilimiMIMMIMM lt' "THE KAYSER MAKE"t! l}-

o Golden Medical
; The suffragists have a booth at the save him and he Cash to Loan on
f, fair; don't smile when you go aboutit. world it'"a ripe h

.. than usual

;t:, Senator Fletcher's o rural credits bill name. I City Property'Real Hosiery The "WONDERFOOT is a hose that is earninga Silk ......

is being generally approved by theI' Senator
press., homa .gives the i world-wide reputation for appearance -

r- .I -4 cellent reasons I and w'ar. carrying the
.f"- If you haven't decorated yet don't church. They Estate bought and sold
-k wait until the fair is over and then ing for both the makes FULLEST GUARAN- ;

r-. get about it. non-church goer. for cash or on commission. TEE. It has many : advantages
I o "1. I go to J
i The Gasparilla carnival begins Sat there that that ordinary Silk and guaranteedhose

urday-Tampa takes up where Orlando describes as have not. t

f leaves off. labors, a Dr. A. j. TAYLO I( . .- ; ,
granted from We Carry a full range. in Black t
! Don't miss the trades the heart, if
display nor as
Rock stairs.ttt .
Building, Up- and Colors
11 the aeroplane flight, nor the ball and aloof from ; j

'f game, nor the races. if the tumult and ++t IIII.OIIIIIIICII IIIIIIIQlllellllllllllll Ask for it when in the store.
't' suspended as if
: o ; -- -- - - -- -- -
Show your colors-olive green and me a dove-like column."I 1IIIIIa'il'llllllt"ltl'III'IIIII'I "I'O'II "I" I .
orange. Let visitors know that you "2. I go to 1

live in Orlando, and that you're proudof the music that:I j- ___
it. velous An Accidentis

Pensacola. is having o bad luck as, an untwisting stringed all Our Muslin Underwear

,'. aviation post for the army. One of hidden'.soul of
likely to to
! the first officers to make a :flight met "3. I go to occur_ any

r: death. way is dark and y Meets the taste of the most refined, Dainty Weaves,
-f and because the one at any time. The Exquisite Designs, Fine Soft Qualities are herenothing -
The Tampa Times inclines to Hobson star to light my else shown.
It-4: for senator from Alabama. The less night. is much.
' cost not :
Times is usually of good judgment "4. I go to i .4' -
Why this aberration on the Alabama church ministers
I' senatorship? rial needs of j Better f
see me.
( p. there that the : J-tr-W r UIill llt

. The' Tampa Tribune asks the ques- and heal and
tion, "Is an air boat a vessel?" A the feet of man S 'N..A. -

'Z hundred or more dead men would "5. I go to t .a During the last few days we have opened up, sev-
doubtless.send.: back the answer from atmosphere vice eral cases of the Read-to-Wear Costumes, Skirts and
f the next world, "An air ship is a die. t.t.t.'CIIIC' I'I.II"'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"'t Dresses. Charmingly Dainty Creations in the New

.. catch-em-alive man trap." "6. I go to - -- .. Weaves of Crepes, Rice Cloths, Wash Silks, Dolly Var-
0 the teachings ttt' GI'I OIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'lllla'II"'ID.ttA. den effects in Ratines, Etc., Etc.
The Jacksonville postoffice fight iswarming Jesus, the ; .

f'.1; up. Pete Dignan, a good you say His Y. FULLER R. L FOX
Irishman, is endorsed by Senator Bry- and not religion
i: an. Senator Fletcher opposes Dignan man and not a For that Son of' Yours"RIGHT
t but his candidate is not stated. Julian phy of that I THE PALMS AUTO COREO

J Spear is said to be Congressman. world from sav I POSTURE
L'Engle's choice. The odds are on "7. I go to MOTOR CARS "
'is the National
find consolation -
l' Spear. | rot
o see there the, ] For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a ' Health Suit.
Willis Powell has landed in Clearwater set, and it is { In the back 01 every
y and has started a membership hope is baseless full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good forceof "f Right Posture'Coatis

t campaign for the board of trade elusive phantom competent repair men. All our work is absolutely : a patentedK con

there, after having been chosen sect so glorious and *> j" :,;:.., w3 su'b' struction that warns !
; retary. One side is to be'called the weighted down I guaranteed. t : > .. away "stoop"shoul
f! Blue Goats and the other the Red quarried r r "C t -
1 Roosfers. We'll bet that Powell isn't out hope and ...
t a Goat. I I : (It is not a brace,

0 Gorgia seems THE PALMS AUTO CO just a reminder,)
hi .
Florida's :
''t It is a crime for a governor to appoint usual "RightPosture"
i a man to administer justice I : :.. $ Suits are skillfully
: FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.
k from the bench who is totally unfit Sell your 'r a tailored, silk threadis

t: for the position. It is reprehensible in the classified IKHMIMMilMIIMttmtltfttlHIOHilHeitDIAMONDS ' "' used throughout,
!f for any governor to use his appointive I

T... power to further his political ambi-. = -I ,. every wear seam is
, tions. There have been some recent ,every but
t appointments in Florida that smell to : ' ton is pull proof.

heaven. The trousers are

0- stoutly lined.
f Pinellas county is also complaining 1 You will like the
of light registration, and of the
some /' dash and
., ; d., \ ; B oyj swagger
i politcians are worried. The prospectis :; )(i of the "Right Posture
that the registration will not be Suit
., 0: :* Coat because
a more than two-thirds the usual vote. .t"' .
f The Bryan primary law is doomed. . IS OUR SPECIALTY '-:: <": I its lines are designed -

The intent of the law .is good, and it :t '! AI for the athlete,
is readily approved by those who un- t. JEWELRY-- f : t e .r ..:: and the price is right

derstand it. Many do not understand "v", :,
T IS OUR HOBBY ., ,.",' <. ;.. ,'" "-
it, however, and these form the ma- '
jority. The next session of the legis- 1.; p WATCHES- ... ,

lature will probably o repeal it. ;:-" .r ':' NONE BUT OF BEST MAKE -' f" : ,Groery r ]Bepartifielli]

It will probably be surprising to You all well know that we carry the largest and' "
many that Senator Bacon of Georgiawas best selected stock of Diamonds, Jewelry, Watches, : ',

a poor man. So the, press dispatches Cut Glass, China and Novelties in the State, and the :.,,,, Extra Special in Canned SoupsA
"\ .
say. Bacon was at times ac price is undoubtedly attractive, for we pay direct from

cused of being in sympathy with the ii manufacturers. Finest Watch Repair Shop. Artistic t :. Special Purchase of C.irtice Bros., SJUps-in
malefactors of great wealth and was Manufacturing of Jewelry.T.H.Evans " Quart Sizes-all varieties-Sold everywhere at 40 centsa

charged with being independently ",,', can. Our Quantity Purchase Enables us to set them
wealthy. Now since his death it is I -: t
z said that his home constituted the While they Last at 20c Can

bulk of his property. Many other .... ..
men in public life have been similarly; \

p t h maligned.nineteen The Ocala years Star ago: recalls 0 Sunday the, the freeze eighth of, 01111 r M ll Oiler r r n rtill llt

and says it was regarded then as a
f. dire calamity, but had proved a blessing -
the JewelerOPPOSITE Write for Samples of anything you may need-
t in disguise. So it did to the state,
cheerfully,sent.Ve pay postage and express on all out
i. but many individuals were made pen- of town orders.
niless by it. They left the state
f never to. return, and have fared prob- POSTOFFICE1
; ably very poorly ever since. Those Ave. Orlando
Orange S
who remained and toughed it out were n
the gainers. In fact, they are now
the wealthy people of Florida, and its
F most substantial citizens. I _I r

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o STARKEY, Managers I
T ROBINSON & g to Late Arrivals :
.Mere Pleasure. Here's Why. Matinee 2 to 10 P.M. gi :

i Admission 5 cents 0- I,

Of course, hundreds of people all over the coun- GllDGDallDCDallDG., I IDGllDCDGllDG I
eat Candy just because they like Candyjust to I

sfy that desire for something sweet-.and you al- JOHNNY JONES SHOWS OPEN TO I Ladies' Fine The Newest

have done the same thing many times. GOOO BUSINESS
Low Shoes Patterns in i
] If convince that is
we can you pure candy : The Johnny Jones Exposition Shows, '

j althful-.is really beneficial from a food stand : which arrived here Sunday night on

lint, why then you'll realize that your money is well : their special trains, over the Coast Ladies Fine Low Shoes The newest patterns

ent when you buy Candy from our large assort- : Line and who railroad have been from specially Daytona engagedto Fla., New styles in Colonial 9 in Crepe with Ratine

ent. provide the amusement featuresfor Pumps and Oxfords. stripe
the fair, opened in a Maze of lightat

I the fair grounds last night. All leathers including ,

The Royal Italian band, which is 42 in. $1.00 yd.
Mu Cuck. Also in ,
.BUTT'SKANDY one of the features of aggregation

KITCHEN t j played a concert in front of the white canvas.

postoffice. The band then marched to
the fair grounds followed by a large r ". :. The new Raw Silk

le home of pure home-made Candies. : crowd of enthusiastic citizens on

11 : pleasure bent. Brocade, all the latest
The were brilliantly illuminated The Newest Fad -
. Orange AvenueS : and the myriad lights re- .: : shades, .'

flecting on the hand carved, gold.

\11111..1.1..1..",1.- ,, leafed fronts of the different shows BABY DOLLS 42 in,, $1.00 yd.

A. made a most pleasing picture for the i

SHOW. YOUR COLORSIf ,eye.All the different. shows, concessionsand in dull leathers t

rides carried by the Jones com .. :
PHE WADE Fancy e Waisting
you are a resident' of Orlando, pany were in readiness and did a good .

ORLANDO THE TUNER.-, FLA. either permanent or temporary, you business, with the exception of the 42 in, while they last
are requested to wear a badge or rib motordome, owned by Oscar Babcock. i New line of.Men'sShoes
bons of dark green and orange duringthe 4
This large saucer shaped track on
'Miss 0 week. Mayor and and Oxfords.
present Sperry
which performers ride motorcycles ata 25c

W. Stillworth, of Water- I the publicity committee of the Fair high rate of speed, could not be in They're

D., is a late arrival at the' have decided on the above colors and I readiness last night. Today the % .
believe it will add to the interest of
Miss itribut
will be in and
I motordome operation '
Fair week if all Orlando will i. New in
W. Babbit, of Derry. N. H., people will probably be. well patronized.MRS. FLORSHEIMS'That's patterns Am- .
the pree wear distinguishing colors. Ladies "
Jrlando for the week at the .
platform!lon of "Tbd House. I and gentlemen, old and young, and .. REYNOLDS TOLD OF CLARA oskeag Ginghams
boys and girls are all invited to let WORK > .
.r arra'h line of ruchings, both cream j I Fair visitor know that '
: every they are
"Store of all : i, J2 J-2c lOc
v4iitl, at Boardman's proud to be numbered among the people : grade at
2-17-2t-eod 'On account of the fair, Unity Circle
Satisfaction. j, who call Orlando ,their home. With
met yesterday afternoon. It was an
Mr. and'Mrs.. J. L Blair, of Creslen, ,I, ribbons, neckties, badges, flags, etc., unusually interesting meeting. Mrs.T. .
Iowa are in Orlando and expect to there is 'a large of
range possibilities.
'j( P. Howes read a carefully prepared .' ,
.spend some days here. I! The colors selected are most appropriate paper on Clara Barton and the Red .
line of Warner's Rust Proof and make a very harmonious combination -
A full
Cross Movement. This was followed
I paper
Corsets and Brassieres at. ..Boardm'an's"Store ., Any shade of dark green by a vivid description of Miss j

of Satisfaction. 2-17-2t-eod and any hue of orange will answer Barton and her work in Europe by
Tne y ll- kw rtn
who has been j the purpose. Show your colors everyday I
Mrs A. B. Whitman, Mrs. Reynolds, who. was associatedwith owe uc -
and all
,visiting her mother and sister in Jacksonville day.DEATH. the famous Red Cross leader for. IOrlando's :

will arrive this afternoon on many months in Constantinople.Mrs. .

the fast.train. . i OF \V. II. WOOD Reynolds has been for many I

MK and Mrs. F. L. Lowe; of Mo- I years prominent in the work of the
, Mr. W. H. Wood, 52, died at his residence Largest Store
ongahela, W. Va., expecLto spend Humane society, and both in Europeand I
"Kentucky' Lake
s6r e. time here, guests of the San on this country she and Miss Barton
Cherokee at 8 o'clock
Sunday even-
Jufen. 'j worked together. This personal touch i "
He had been 'in .
//Eiffel Hosiery, in silk' and lisle, all for ing. some time. Mr. Wood failing came health to added much enthusiasm to the discussion I I "Quality Did It.

and children, at which followed the address.
sizes, for ladies Orlando few I
only a years ago from
Mrs. Reynolds will speak on the
, I oardman's "Store of Satisfaction. Livingston, Kentucky. He is survived HMIIIIIMMIIIMMMtHMMtMtlMMHIIMItllMMIIIH-t HIMIIMIMIH..
the Humane at
( work of society Unity I
f-17-2t-eod i, by his wife and three children, Sunday school on next Sunday morn --
Mr. and Mrs.J. S. McCall, of Rotan, Ellen, Wallace and John. He was 'a 10 o'clock.

Texas, ,arrived in Orlando yesterday member of the Baptist church, and ing'at I NEW YORK STATE APPLE GROW.I'I

find: will spend several days at the the funeral will be conducted from ORDINANCEAGAINST AUTOS ER.BUYS WINTER HO I! ,.a .HMMI9MMMMMIMMtMM IliMMIMMIItlt
San Juan. the home this IN ORLANDO
morning at 10 o'clock FOLLOWING FIRE TRUCK .
Mr. and Mrs J. E. Munn, of Wash- Rev. Dr. Edw. T. Pouison having

'ington, Pa., are in Orlando for an in- charge of the services. Fire Commissioner Clark Robertsonsaid Cooper & Atha closed a deal Satur- ; Cakes Cakes!

definite stay and are pleasantly located yesterday that he would have an day with Will U. Jenkins, of Syracuse, j .

at the San Juan. I BAPTISM.. AT BAPTIST CHURCHAn ordinance prepared to prohibit automobiles N. Y., for the Willard Swearengen I
; Shelby street. The new ;
Just a limited number of ladies coat impressive service was held at following the fire wagons residence on
suits at cost to close out, at Board- the Baptist church Sunday night when they were answering an alarm. I owner'will remodel the building and II j;
make it his future winter home. Mr. < We have added cake
when the
I man's "Store of Satisfaction." : ordinance of baptism was There was an alarm sent in from Di-I a department -
New York
2-17-2t-eod j administered to a candidate by the vision street yesterday, which provedto Jenkins is a prominent
and will sell
pastor, Rev. Dr. Edw. T. Pouison. The state apple grower and visited Flor-I you any
serious than
iF Mr. Theodore Tyrell, a prominent be nothing more a
time this
business man of Seymour, Conn., is in vices church was crowded. at all the ser- patch of grass ablaze. In making the ida looking for the around first over the state'he could I amount you want., Try some

Orlando on-a visit to his cousin,.Mayor Sunday.Mr. run to the fire Commissioner Robertson better to
E. F. Sperry. t I who had a party of fire fightersin 1 find no place that. looked Ij of the following: Plain, Raisin, i

Commencing this morning the and Mrs., Rowland ,and Mr. T. his auto, came near to running into j him than b Orlando.ROAD I Citron Marble Lady Oriental i

Favorite theater will open at nine H. Codrington are here from DeLand, a machine that got in ahead of his. START WORK ,
Fla. They have charge of the Volu- SURVEYORS I
Not this occasion but nearly Rich.
only on Nut
o'clock. Tuesday, the Spanish-Mexi i ON OAKLAND ROAD ,
county exhibits at the-fair. Theyare time alarm is turned in auto- I ,
can bull fight. Five cents to all. ; every an road under Engineer
The surveyors II I-
x located at Lendrum Cottage;, 210 mobiles are driven in the wake of the I
Mr. Len J. Munger, a. former resi- Patrick Ramsey started west yesterday on
truck which is liable to trou '
dent of this county, but now residing 'the Oakland, Winter Garden and '
Many a merchant "who won't spenda ble. Commissioner Robertson sa'sthe t tI
., in Missouri, is in Orlando on a visit. I Ocoee road, making the preliminary
cent on advertising" gets it free- should be stopped. 6
\ He is here looking after his property. practice I survey for the brick road system. The THE SANITARY GROCERY
under the '
heading, "Business Diffi- i
A nice line of finished the work to the
q Kimonos, in silk, culties. surveyors
The most uccessful and "BILLY SUNDAY, THE GREATEST '
jannel and crepe.. Ask to see them, merchants county line on thE Orlando-Kissimmee CARUTHERS & GORE
progressive are the
*S Boardman's "Store of Satisfac-; who road last week. .
advertise consistently.Come I
2.17-2t-eod -- Phone 200. 6 & 8 E. Pine Street >
I in Thursday, Friday or Sat. congregations attended both Eat what you want. I f.
To advertise now is to cravenette urday-of this week, and have a spe- of the Methodist services at the Grand Eat all you want. I -_ -. .-
urself against the inevitable rainyy cial of last Take a postscript and forget it.
representative our tailoring yesterday. The congregation FLOtiYERS
\ that comes in every business. It's I For sale by all durggists. CUT AND POTTED PLANTS.
house take your" measure for that night was largely made up of young I i
Jutting prestige in the bank."
; spring suit. The YowellDuckworthCo. men who gave the most serious attention .'.vt f"I""I'IIIIIIII'IIII'IIIIII'III"I

A morning like this is the Sentinel 2-17-lw to the sermon on "DissipatingClub WANTED-White waiter at Model

not worth ten cents a week deliveredat Houses." Supt. Howard had a I It i
Among the race Gorses now in Or- Cafe. -
your door before breakfast? We lando for the midwinter fair are the splendid Sunday school and he is now I _

r 'want your name on our list. Try it following: Maud W., owner, M. R. working with enthusiasm, for a big" LOT-Between 'Presbyterian church z

f for one week.A Williams, Ocala; Delhi, owner, Wal- Easter collection for missions. 't and Gore avenue, coral and pearl I
full line of the famous "Sorosis" Next Sunday morning Dr. Wray's brooch. Liberal reward if returnedto I-
ter Ray, Martel; Tom Riley, owner,I I Dickson & Ives. 2-17-21
r ,Shoes for ladies, misses and children W. M. Igou, Eustis; Doris Douglass, subject will be "Billy Sunday, the -- ---,------------,-- I Special Bargains .
at Boardman's "Store of Satisfac- owner, C. H. Sprague, Ocala.-Ocala I Greatest Soul Saver of Our Day,"I i LUTHER THE L FLORISTCut

tion." 2-17-2t-eod Banner. and at night, "Orlando's Bright .

Mrs. P. Phillips and her house Miss Dye, the art teacher at the Spots." Flowers

guests, Mrs. Lippmann and Miss Cathedral school, announces that instruction Everybody most cordially invited. ROSES,. VIOLETS, I I 1-Four Passenger Cadillac $350 .
Lippmann, of New York, have returned in her department is opento I
the general public as well as to ,
Palm Beach Chiropodist for both men and wo- 1-Five Passenger Hudson $500 '
i members of the school. Arrange-
men. Manicure, pedicure, face and POTTED PLANTS
Mr. John G. Robinson and bride, of ments may be made for instruction in scab massage.' Feet a specialty. L. I '

Richfield Springs, New York, arrivedin art jewelry, including elementarywork J. Mustard, 117 Orange avenue over I These cars are in good shape,' good }
Orlando a few days ago and are I in silver, copper and brass. Curtis & O'Neal's store. 2-6-lm a

pleasantly located at Willola cottage,I Terms seventy-five cents an hour. tf Good Wood 51.50 I tires and ready to run. .
on Orange avenue. Ladies' hair dressing, massage,
j Miss Carrie Hamilton and Miss shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber Biter Wood $2 and $2.25 !
Mr. A. Meis, of Orlando, is the{I, Nettie M. N house have returned 1-2-tf I

guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. Wolff for a 1 I from their visit to New York, St. Shop. Best Wood $2.50 and $!:75 San Juan Garage Co.

few days at their new home at the' Louis and Atlanta, where they purchased Sentinel want ads. are readOSTEOPATHY '.
corner of South Second and Watula an unusually large stock of This won't last long, .

streets.-Ocala Banner. spring and summer goods for the progressive Stock up while you can. All Night ServiceAJAX
firm 'of Misses Hamilton &
Mr. Henry, representing our Cincin- I
nati tailoring house, will be here t Dunn, and are preparing for the biggest Wood. Yard

,Thursday, Friday and Saturday of I business in their entire. history. DR. J. C .HOWELL Orlando i TIRES don't cost any more and are guar- "
this week-with 500 full length sam- Eat what you want. .4 Hours,.10-12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo 104 W. Pine St. ,ant ed.1or five, thousand 'ffiles.1 ,
ples of spring woolens. Come in and Eat all you want. extra charge for house treatment \
Take a postscript and forget it. B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor
leave your measure. The Y owell- Telephone connections (i" .
all t .
For sale, by ,druggists. ) -
Duckworth Co. 2-17-lw' l-7-d&w.lyr; Office cor. Orange and Central Arei \ ,: , .. ,: : : : '., .

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One two-horse wagon one two-seat you can afford to pay to own it.
spring wagon; three wagon horses. 311 North Orange avenue.. 127tfFOR PI ,
r Cheap. R. E. Kelsey, Oviedo, Fla.
J-31-2W.:. SALE 5 .

FOR SALE An elegant modern home; four bed-
Loquats (Japanese plums), best rooms; two bath rooms; gas and elec- !
,. .I fruit for;jelly and preserves. Phone tricity throughout; fruit trees and
Arrivals or write your orders. Also banana flowers. 509 East Central avenue. California Bungalow -TTi.
I plants, in any size or quantity. Write 2-15-tf I I
(lor phone your orders to John Murphy, =
Schenley Place, Orlando. Phone 322. Fine Location. Large Lot = j'Only
Ratines Crepes
Eponges Poplins
a Terry I 2-13-lw FOR REN1A : ,I

Cloth, Lawns ,in the latest colors. Ladies FOR SALE ,AT A BARGAIN-FOR one left to sell = '

a r.e. Home Journal Patterns at I five-room TEN house DAYSA and lot; bath Orlando FIVE-ACRE for rent.TRUCK Apply FARM to 307 in Four built and sold in less than 3 mont!\ ... :

I and modern conveniences; hot and East Pine street. 2-8-6t .
cold water, and electric lights. House Best values ever offered in Orlando '
i ; McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT comparatively new. For price, call at FOR RENT-Large attractive room'

No.2-ll-6t. 411 Boone street. Telephone 364. in new. bungalow. 203 ,Ridgewoodavenue. 2-4 tf Price $2 750


td. STORE i FOR SALE FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms Inspect No. 5 today.
I Five-room bungalow; three spacious
in new home, close in; electricity, r
1= '
piazzas sleeping porch, and all modem
; -
> 1 gas, bath, fireplace in large front An ideal all round home-at ;
506 IQW
improvements. Lexington St year a, price. :
hot water. 114 East Jackson
:i 8 rt. Ornnir*' Ave.MMHtHMMHMMMIIfMiMHillimilMliiililH. 1-15-lm room; t .
street. 2-17-3t
i THIRTY ACRES, high, fine round I I I
-. :iirA \. timber; cut over once; three acres FOR RENT-Lacge, well furnished
-. '. '. .. . !cleared and planted in orange and 1 room to persons wishing suburban FRED. B. DALE Owner i ::1,
z 1 grapefruit; lake front and beautiful accommodations; ,also 2 acres good -
location for a home; one mile and a truck land, close in. Good opportunity \
k quarter from Ocoee. $800. A. M. for right person. Address "A," 306 Anderson Street I ; x
'\Clarke, Ocoee, Fla. 1-28-tf.Sentinel 9-8tf
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u The following texts will be used ask See. Corner

a basis for the questions in the Florida Notice ot Lent Wanted For Sale. For BASE BALL I!
uniform examinations for county Rent, etee. for this column. ZM for one day,
We for three days, or $1.00 for one week,' for
certificates, beginning June 2nd and 25 word or' lest. MODe most accompanythe
September 8th, and for any other reg- advertisement far this column a* no Lake and Anderson .
insertion will be made on credit
ular examinations that
county may

.be called in 1914.: FOR SALE Columbia College -=

These ,texts may be obtained from StreetsIMMMMIMilMMMMIIUMMIMttllllillllltlMlft _

dealers in the state or from the pub- : Warman Sells, and .Fixes Bicycles, vs.

lishers at prices stated. on Court street. 125tfFOR :
Persons desiring copies of this list Rollins College

can secure them from county super- SALE-Good cypress row boat
intendents for sale. In good condition. Apply I
Agebra-Milne's High School A. I i I WINTER PARK

$1. H. H. WITHERINGTON for a A pretty home on Conway clay WANTED-Good stenographer few
Theory and Practice-Sabin's Comb -: bargain in a winter home at Apopka, road; choice land, at bargain price.I I hours each week. Dr. J. Taylor, MONDAY FEBRUARY 16IH
mon Sense Didactics, R. $1. Orange 2-13-6t-ltw county, Florida. 2-15-10t See R. B. Perry, at Water Works. I,I Rock Bldg., upstairs. 2-15-31 ,

i. Arithmetic Milne's Progressive, I i t LOST-Cameo bracelet. Suitable re. I AT 3 P. M.
: Book III., A. 41 cents' FOR SALE-600 acres of high grade I i[l FOR SALE !i ward if returned "to No.: 5 West (
Two-Book Course citrus land; 2 miles facing Orlando i i' Livingston avenue. 2-15-3t
Grammar-Hyde's I I Six hundred acres timber land, and _
and Oakland brick road, and 21-2
I> in English, Book II., SSBD. 46 cents. miles lake.shore S. S. Griffin, ten acre orange grove, with two miles String ORLANDOTUESDAY
ti on LOST- of beads and cross.
of lake shore, near Winter Garden, l'
History-Our Republic, SSBD. 65 Orlando Fla.
'one! of the greatest trucking and I Return to 301 North Orange ave'
cents. FOR SALE-Five Over- citrus centers of Florida. The orange nue and receive reward. 2-15-2t FEBRUARY 17THAT
Florida History-Bennett & Bre- passenger crop will pay interest on the whole
land automobile; owner has to return WANTED-An experienced Japanesecook
fr vard's, A. 54 cents. investment Terms. S. S. Griffin, 10:30 A. M.
North. See Edmund
Hugill, owner, Orlando, Fla. 2-5 would like position in private
Civil Government-James &; San- Room 9; McNeil & Davis Bldg., corner family. Inquire at Sentinel office. First Series of Intercollegiate Championship of Fla.MimilllllllHMtilllllMtMtltMIMIMIMMMMII.

ford's Our Government., SSBD. 50 2-17-3t Orange avenue.and Church street.I FOR SALE 2-15-10t ..

cents. I Fresh Jersey. cow. third calf: ner-
LOST-February 15th. lone bar pin
Agrciulture-Duggar's Agriculture EXCHANGEWill fectly gentle, and free milker. Can colored gold. Egyptian head of red I
for Southern Schools, SSBD. 60 cents.PhysiologyRitchie's .I I be seen* at Oak Knoll farm. Fogg & coral in center. Return to Eola Cot- litltlttllllltMimilMIMtfttllttllllMHIMMhteReal
exchange a fine improved farmof Osteen, Altamonte Springs, Fla. Reward. 2-17-3t
Human Phys. 160 acres in Minnesota for a bear- 1-31-tf tage. I

iology, SSBD. 60 cents. ling I I grove not too far from Orlando.\ LOST Between Metodist church : Estate Agents, Investors and HomeseekersATTENTION
Describe what have and address, LAKE
you EOLA
Geography-Frye's Higher Geo'graphy LOTS and Lucerne theater, or probably in
G. 88 cents.Composition ,EXChange, care Sentinel. 2.12.1w1 We will put on the market Febru- the theater, on February 4th, an : !
: Huntington's Ele- FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-For ary 16th 22 lots overlooking Lake amethyst brooch. Return to Sentinel .
} real Eola, comprising some of the most office. Reward. 2-15-tf : I offer for $1,900 two-story, six-room cottage, with '
ments of Composition, SSBD. 60 estate in Orlando or close by, desirable building sites in Orlando. .
cents. ,a large ice cream factory and bakery, Our agent, H. C. McDaniel, has been LOST-Sabel Collie dog, white breast rose house and shed. .Located 307 West street, it.rth.
(with retail store, all modern equipment Close in and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also
instructed park
Reading-Any text. brine to put such prices on these and white streak between eyes. : ; near
t tanks and sales freezer, cement storage lots as will sell them. We want our Kindly return to Mrs. W. L. Lewis I six-room bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special
Physical Geography Maury-Si- 1 of six to eight hun-
money and they are bargains. See and receive reward. 707 E. Central
mond's, A. $1.20.OrthographyAswell's. ;dred gallons per week, all sold in town H. C. McDaniel for prices. Wilson & 2-17-3t 1 heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy base.
New Century -''where made, which is one of the best Toomer. 2-10-6t avenue. ment, wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or
(summer towns on Lake Michigan; a NOTICE furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery.
4 .
Speller, SSBD. 18 cents.Page's suitable business for I
+ persons having a FOR SALE I House fronts Price These
Ridgewood $2,200.
and winter business in on venue.
Theory Practice of the South.
; person'interested' can see interior pho-Any I I Pure Georgia cane syrup, in any Notice is hereby given that the Cityof lots connect at the corners, with rose house between. I
Branson's revision
Teaching is also
quantity. Also Georgia seed peanutsof Orlando, Florida, will on January 1, .
tographs of this place, by addressing offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission.
't recommended to be read. $1. J. S. early and late varieties. Will havein 1915, pay off with interest to that
r Colvin Orlando, Fla. 2-4-tf I II few days variety of seed corn; also(date, bonds numbered 7, 8, 9, 10, 19 Open to all.
I GIVE YOU A DOLLAR "" Georgia smoked meat in hams, mid and 20, of the City of Orlando seven
He is not much of a man who has dlings and shoulders Headquartersat I per cent. bonds, issued July 1, 1892, E. N. ( "oy
to "swear off" every New Year. W. R. King's, 47 West Church according to the provisions made for ,
If one bottle Davis' Sage and Sulphur. street, the cheap cash grocer. redemption in said bonds. 307 West St., Norlb,0rlando
Hair Remedy fails to remove dan .1 Yours with thanks, Dated February 11, 1914.
Subscribe for the Sentinel. druff or stop falling hair. Estes Phar- "The Georgia Man," CARL JANSEN, City Clerk.
macy sells and guarantees it. 7-lw 2-13-tf W. E. POWELL. 2121m.aaa&.a. 4MtMimilttlMMIMIIIMUMiHIMMMillllliiiiiiHMI . .. ,

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_;.-:, .>'.... '.ts ,' National Springs, Regular Price $150, Now $2.95. ", : .' /

'J' ; r *: ., .: "'. .:; -*% Good Full Size Mattress, $3.50 Kind, Now $1.75. Y. :.j

; . 45 Pound Reel Edge Cotton Mattress, Others Price $6.50, Ours $5.15" ",Y}

; ':",' 'i; We have never been known to have been undersold :' ;:' . ,

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by any one never to. .

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t Today's Program.Claude .

Semens :'The Minstrel Man and Amoise," (The Dainty Come

diene.) Three reels of fine Pictures.
PRICES 25c, 50c, 75c r

Afternoon Admission Se; Night 5 and .lOc.HIiilillMiliii.

ats on sale Estes Pharmacy, Thursday, Feb. 19. .

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There will be a meeting of the Or Carriages on Court street. 12-5-tf For Sale
THE DECORATION.11 ange county Democratic executive!II(I .

committee, at the court house in Or-, 1 W. T. ENTRICAN, THE MARKETOf

itway Presents Beautiful lando, Fla., on Wednesday, February18th $2600. Thirteen fine buildinglots.
Painter and interior decorator. New
Word Play. 1914, at 11:30 o'clock a. m., for Good location. Some
ideas and old ones, too. Fhone 636
the purpose of recommending to the Expert workmen employed. with lake fronts. Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
governor a successor to fill the place 1-21-lm .
fttle Jane Dunaway has con-
made vacant by the death of Hon. L $35.00 Beautiful new seven-
ne of the greatest bits on modern AND SALT MEATS
it Lyceuui and\JhautauquaLvlth G.: Starbuck, solicitor criminal court Now's the time to subscribe. Every room residence,
her costumed presentaf -of record, Orange county, and to I body's doin'.it. I in every respect. Corner FISH AND GAME
f be Lady of the Decoration. transact any other business which .-- I lot and close in.
hgement of that beautiful sto may come before it. I Kept under the best sanitary conditions. '
ands Little's book is I $5500. Modern Lake Eola home;
Interest-I SETH WOODRUFF, Chairman.
be highest degree and pre I I JOSIAH FERRIS, Secretary. Dr. BucKmaster extra fine large lot. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
iln a most novel and artistic-!.
Each letter in the book is Orlando, Fla., Feb. 12, 1914. $1800. Fine large lot with beautiful : and, pure.

a different and appropriate i I I view. of Lake Lu :
musical Osteopathic Physician We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. have
[with accompaniment I
Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em cerne. :
way has introduced a nuin I everything in the Meat Line.
on Court street. 12-5-tf 132 Orange Avenue
end appropriate sons:
itchy Eleven-acre
I grove;
which it a I 1$7500.
jut the story gives
musical setting. She is alfs -I Ladies' hair dressing, massage, I Next door to People's Bank, full bearing trees and a
I The
of other fruits.
sisted by a competent solo I --.lampoo, electric drier. Gem Bart up-stairs. Acute and chronic
which' adds much to the attrac- Shop. 1-2-tf diseases treated.Telephone ,, Splendid lake front and
i of the play. on hard road near town.A .
klkahest Company engaged Miss 578. big bargain.Cooper H. M. Self & Co.
'ray for a few weeks' time lasl, Read,the advertisements daily. I II ,

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; Ground Floor Opp. Postoffice : .

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beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlando'or( A. C. L " " Ill " .Hit ,. 1,1'
R.R.) Come out and getthe best dinner served in inte-
rior Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the
most beautiful and healthful location in Florida, on
high ridge between two lovely lakes, 40 acres in parks. '
Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc. W. M. SLEMONS
Hotel has 500feet broad piazza. All modeen improve
ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests.

r': Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet.

' :y GEO. F. BATES & SON, ProprietorsSummer New Goods Arriving DailyWe

Resort"The Grand," Mount Vernon, N. H. J

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

season and ner program created EC made by Schloss Bros.* of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
much enthusiasm wherever she appear'ed : ,
that she was engaged as a substl I Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
tute for Senator Joseph Dixon.on the. .
Alkahest Chautauqua circuit last sum Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
mer. This was a hard place to fill-
i substituting for a famous United State & Co. Best place in the city to trade.
senator-but she was given a perfectovation : 1
at every ChauHmiun.: and now .
'l most of the places are asking for a re '
tarn date the coming *>(a on. She will "
spend February. March and Apr In a W. M. SLEMONS
the '.outh this season, and our local
committee I Is to I be congratulated onbatt f .
,,;: vuirnl her as one of the num,
ben Ull the Lyceum course In oui r The Olive Oil we sell is guaranteed .
town. ache wMl (present "The Lady ol .
the I'nr I .oration" on the occasion of be I to be absolutely pure, of Virgin Quality .... ', ' III M
appear: : "Iwrt" .
and is made from Selected Olives :
Lucerne theater, Saturday, February .
21st. grown on the Italian Riviera. This MmMilliiiiilIIMIMMMIMMIMMM
is the finest grade of Olive Oil possible : : n \ I n ;
> The man who goes to church only : : !I WL I (
to produce, therefore highly recommended Ui ol mmmmmmmime
because it is "respectable to do so" is : I ;- j ; i ; ;:
for medicinal and table
honest for the same reason. : : t .111.1"41,1.o .
That man is a real Christian who : .
speaks well of his neighbor who owns Per Pint, 50 cents.
a phonograph with two-hundred rag-II,
time records. Per Quart, $1.00. "." OrlandoTXTater

I Per Gallon, $3.50. ;/ .

Some people's vision of Thanksgiving J .
day is ne\er'higher than a tur- ,.- 2z Light.C o.

key, or their thought of Christmas ,'. .
above "nhat will I get in my stocking -

j ?" Electricity

We know a man who spends so

f much time attending the meetings ofa Gas Water Ice.

public service club he doesn't have -., .
i time to see that the cover is 0 kept on .. '
his own garbage can.
Office:-No. 18 West Central Avenue .L '

It is said that Fortune knocks once .. '
DeLaney & .
at every man's door. Would Fortune : .: No.6' --
just as soon ring the bell on his next Telephone
trip. I'll see that the bell is supplied
with good strong batteries.
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.:i..i. .. . .. ... . i III i'II4'1 il 11'" l l i 'I'" .it Watts inaugurated' the first "Better

r 'iIi Babies" contest. The babies were. exhibited -.

alongside of the corn and the
:\ ,. ,.; .ck.. '\. cattle, and with the same method of
:$ scoring. The comparison was too
-, ", marked to escape notice, and a storm
,.; : of disapproval from ,
< came the -
\ .f ; :' parents - -
: whose ,children had failed to takeprizes. II : .. '
: Then the parents began to
.. THESTATEBiNKOFORUXDO inquire the reason for disqualification,I .' ,

: and a careful study of the score cards
: followed. Defects were noted and, \ '
j \ CltU I li'
ttlIt" I: with the help of literature supplied, ; :
the mothers began systematically to a
\ ..
: correct imperfections and to improve '. .- aj33i'i'1
1 t. : I the daily routine of their} children. :;; !
.t ,I . _ I 3 tf /;\7) Owti (
d : The good effects were soon apparent, 1 e.I )
i and one baby who failed completely I

I [ .; : : in her first contest won a first priz
: in the second competition in which
:t'. '
.4j t. SAFE.CONSERVATIVE.ACCOMMODATING LONG ESTABLISHED I I she was entered. The interest of the I. Only n .few' iofi( .vii' offer .ilianrioyou
I fathers turned .
t was from horses, hogs,
:L -, '. 1. I I cattle and chickens to the betterment : ?
of their babies, and the idea was;; ni Par mi<.l interest. :OHH01'n y
tj: TO BECOME THE OWNER OF A HOME. taken up most enthusiastically -_
>>; .throughout the state. From Iowa = $].100< and
t this plan has spread, and the cam? iOUS : \ u.We }). .
.. ,
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r paign carried on by the Woman's4
:I vis** the .. Home Companion has been one of the % .
cherished ambition of .a' '
... many young man. The :
f greatest in forwarding the
*'? best way to acquire thefunds for a home is to start an movement. .

r"account, now with, the STATE BANK OF ORLANDO, f The- contest to\ be held in this city ., ,
* -
was arranged, by a cpmmittee. of the '
f .Jl. and deposit,a certain sum from your income each week. Civic League, who are' justly dated = ylll be pleased to liclp

: over the news that Dr. Clark who i is .
: J It will soon increase at Compound Interest..
spendingthe winter in Florida will
>, make lucerne
up your
*:' Four be present. Dr. Clark ,
per cent interest paid on Savings Accounts. spent several \
4 days visiting Orlando friends last -

..:s.f '. week, and is now in Eustis, but will I 4 Tax Return .".
return early in the week. =- f .
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Another silver cup has been offeredy "It is pleasure to serve you." -

the Fair association for the "Bet "..

ter Babies" contest, and one infant i in = ?
each of the three
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stnted with a The
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"BETTER BABIES" CONTESTS announced are given by the Civic
League and the Fair association, and

i Aforecneat Dons to be awarded. Mr. Howard will]
give an enlarged to the and a potent factor in
photograph to the program ] .;;;JO- 11:1
i child making the the of the concert. (fl'
uthibits Hare, Arrived and ExhibitorsPut "Each year we raise better cattle, highest average, and success
better corn, better fruit, better flow- Mr. Spier will present half a dozen On Sunday evening, in the audito-
in Long Hours to .Get
ers-why not better babies 1"I The rose bushes to the best baby girl. rium, Dr. Blackman gave the secondof

rx, Things Placed powerful thought embodied in these Sixty babies have been entered in his series of talks to the young

few words has set the entire country the contest, and Dr. Porter and the ;people aad friends of the college on

Just a few hours and, the fairgrounds thinking, and as a result the cam- committee from the Civic League the subject, "Why I Believe in Chris-

will be crowded with a throng paign begun in Iowa in 1911 has become have spent many busy days filling tianity." These vesper services have

r cf visitors eager to see the first day nation-wide. In the year 1913 the necessary score cards. The com been for some years one of the most

Gi the fourth annual fair, which this "Better Babies" contests were held in mittee wish it understood by the par- pleasant features of the spiritual life

3ar. bears the name of the Subtropical every state in the Union except West ents that a standard score card is of the institution, and have been un-

: Midwinter exposition, the name Virginia, New Hampshire and Utah, used, and that all contestants are der the direction of the Y .W. C. A.
..iving. been broadened to cover the and more than one hundred thousand rated by the estimate of what i is and Y. M. C. A. At the request of

creased scope of the show. For- babies were examined according to judged a perfect specimen of baby the two societies, Dr. Blackman has .

.. :erly it was the Orange county fair, the standard score card. In view of hood, the same score card being used consented to give this series of talks,

bat this year the counties of Semite the fact that the first contest for throughout the United States. A cer extending over a number of Sunday

Osceola and Volusia have joined ['better babies ever held in this vicinity tain number of points are allowed for evenings, and setting forth the historical
ands with Orange and are displayingleir is to take place during the corn each feature of development, one scientific and logical arguments .

" ': varied products alongside those ing week, at the midwinter fair, it i is thousand points benig a perfect score which justify men and women

f i.the older county* possible that Sentinel readers may Unless a child obtains eight hundredand of the present day in their belief in

S The fair will be formally opened by be interested in knowing somethingof fifty points on the first examina Christianity. The evening of the first

'.e trades display parade which will the origin of the movement which, tion it is not allowed to be enteredin Sunday was devoted to the definition \

t rrm at the monument, Main and Central in little more than two years, has the final test, and so many healthy of the word "Christianity," not as any If you want a watch that
at 10 o'clock, and will proceed become of national importance.Iowa babies are disqualified through failure given church or churches, nor as a can be proud of- a you'
ence to the fair grounds. Upon ar- is famous for its abundant to reach the needed percentage. body of doctrine or dogma, but as o

Er 'val at the grounds the floats will bet crops of corn, and its live stock, and confidence in Christ. The talk of Sunday I WalthamWatchThe : '

tnged in a semi-circle about the it was when the farmers of that state ROLLINS COLLEGE evening was the second, and reviewed -, .
has been awarded
h ? :trance to the main buildinfi. John- were contesting with each other for the historical facts which .
f highest honors at International .
ion, the aeroplane man, will make a the prizes awarded at the annual fair The concert of the Girls' Glee Club, prove beyond doubt that the,four Gos Exposition and every has taken

.ght, three bands will engage in aftncert that Mrs. Mary T. Watt's of Audubon given Saturday evening in the audito pels are authentic, being actually every Gold Medal offered i in .
; and the Rollins-Columbia realized the inconsistency of laboring rium, was pronounced by those who written by those whose names they America since 1875.

' ;'scball; game will take place. In the I to improve farm animals while r have heard the club in years past to bear, and dealing with facts which irs Time You Owned a Waltham"Don't
.e : .'*: ernoon at 2:30 o'clock the track doing nothing to better the human be the best they have given lately, were well known at that time. This
bay a wttth before Ulki
c:-fc will be crowded to witness the : race. Said Mrs. Watts: at least. The program numbers were series of talks is of intense interest to ..g with us. Complete usort'- ,

,f: st of the series of races. '"My attention was called to the fact more varied in their nature, and the those who are endeavoring to formulate tl.Went.. of Wtlthaa Watchef in W'Allen

' The line of march ,to be formed at that although pigs, horses and cows ensemble work of the club was excel their religious beliefs, and is be

t* ,) monument will be in the followingc >ach year showed material advance in lent. In addition, the girls took ad ing largely attended and enjoyed. & Co.

:Jer: development as a class, the childrenwere vantage of the fact that it was Val At seven-thirty Sunday eveningthe ,

,Police. no stronger physically, mentallyor entine day to throw into the programa choir of the Congregationalchurch JEWELERS
f 5'ire department. morally than they were forty number of funny extras which took which is under the directionof

y Ttalan band. ., years ago; that farmers' wives were greatly with the audience. Even Prof. Pope and composed largelyof Everything Guaranteed. '

. :boy Scouts ,Q :. anxious to raise larger chickens and i aside from the fun, which always ap- college people, gave their second Reliable Repairing. '

Military. 4'., : were, pleased if their husbands' live peals to students especially, the musical song service. Owing largely to the ..
,. Carriages. stock beat that of their neighbors, but aspect of the performance was coldness of the evening, the attend

Public school pupils. were seemingly oblivious to the fact highly satisfactory. Miss Thoren, ance was not quite so large as us- ,
FLOATS that the boys and girls of their fami- Miss Ayres and Miss Avery, the soloists ual, for the song services have become
Florida Music. conyfany.t:..,t. "" lies, were not up to the standard. rendered their several, numbers known to music lovers as one of the
Orlando banks "Competition, rivalry, had done admirably; and the work of the chorus most worth while of the musical

Mouth Florida Machine company. wonders for stock, why not for the was unusually smooth and accu- events of the winters. The concertwas u b. .d]

Phillips Manufacturing company. human family?" I rate and well balanced. One of the il one of the best ever given, and IEZXO; .i

\utomobile garages. When Mrs. Watts was requested'to largest audiences of the season greeted drew expressions of praise and ap- r

.ro's. Raehn, plumbing. arrange a program for the "Woman's the club enthusiastically as they preciation from many of those who I Hotel Ormond, by scores of 1-0, 3-0, 1.,11111111111. ,1,111..
{..A.,Slautef, plumbing.\ Hour" at the state fair at Des Moines, 'filed on to the stage. Each young heard it. Prof. Pope has not sung 't 7-3, shows that the team is strong, ,4Su

Pi J..Terry, monuments. she realized that an opportunity for lady wore a large red heart, and as better since the year began than he and will give the teams from the

I. G;Empie, boat building. expressing ;her' thought had come, but they sat down the sole of one slipperfor did in his solo number, and Miss Wal- other institutions a battle for the rerne uto u o Oil. "f'
'rlando Steam Laundry. as no baby shows except as beauty each girl was seen to bear a large lace and Mrs. Berkeley Blackmanwere state championship, which Rollins has
'1. M. Self, Parlor Market contests had ever been held she was white letter which spelled around the warmly thanked and congratu- so often won. The annual concertof
''tanner Bros., contracting. at a loss how to proceed with her circle "Rollins 1914." The laughterat lated for their beautiful rendering of the Glee dub will be given onI I

.'Mckson & Ives, groceries. idea. It was then that Margaret this became uproarious when Prof. Handel's Largo for violin and organ. I Thursday evening, and on Wednesday i i The oil that has

'. F. Laubach, stock feed. Vaupel Clark, a physician and the Pope, the director of the club, turnedto The work of the choir, with Miss evening Frederick B. Wright, editor!' stood the su-
"joblom & Knight, contracting. wife of a physician, began the diffi start the first number, and it waf: Thoren and Prof. Berkeley Blackmanas of the periodical "Records of the
v. Fiezl, art metal works. cult work of'making a score card, by seen ,that, he also bore a large red soloists, was also up to the high Past," will deliver an illustrated lec I' premq.test

.outh & Caldwell, tin shop. which infants should be examined and heart op his back. From this time on standards: set by the organization dur- ture in the auditorium on "Children I
i ". W. Schnarr, insecticides. rated purely from the the serious Have Met in Lands Around -- -
standpoint of more numbers of the musical ing all the past years, and they car- Many the THAT : -
!. J. Merck, pharmacy. health, without regard for curly locks, program were interspersed with reid off the difficult and impressive World.

s Drew, wagon manufacturer. pretty eyes or dimples. It was parodies, local hits, college yell, and anthems with great effect.
Besides these enumerated there will 1 thought that the most forceful man- other "stunts" of interest to The big
college The week to come will be an ex Belgian steamer Narcis,
floats representing all the mercan- ner in which to bring the matter be people. t ceedingly busy one in all branches of from Hamburg with cargo of 'fertil- Gooo Gulf Gasoline I

t t houses in Orlando, and a num1 fore the people would be to have a Of the performance of Miss Dead college activity. The baseball team izer materials,.arrived in Jacksonville ;

of floats representative of the contest for better babies, at which erick, head of the school of expression plans four games, two against Colum- Thursday after a rough passage I ,,
: 'c {and political organizations in- the prizes should be awarded just as and Miss Wallace, instructor in bia college in Winter,Park on Monday across the Atlantic ocean, with one of;

'' ling the suffragettes. they were for live stock. Dr. Clark the violin, who assisted the Glee club and in Orlando at the opening of the her crew missing. The man who.was

-Ir.. Seth Woodruff will be grand needed to have an outline by which to with their program, it is hardly needful midwinter fair on Tuesday, and absent fell from the rigging while the i.

i ,..rshal.. .l of the parade. fashion her score card, but she says; to write. Both these artists have two against Stetson in DeLand on steamer was laboring in heavy seas P. WALTON, AgL

that one of.the most humiliating shown themselves in past performances Friday and Saturday. The enuthsi- and sustained a broken neck. His

'ne enemy will advertise a man ments of her life came when she approached here to be of the first rank as asm of the students is high over the body was wrapped in the beloved flag

r I'< ct than a dozen friends. authorities on live stock to performers, and have endeared them- prospects of success, and the week of Belgium and lowered into the great r ,PHONES 450.269Subscribe -1
ask for score, cards. to--furnish- ,the- mafal selves to all those who, know their should give indication of what the Atlantic.
-. -. .- ,rietess: .;TyjoRCOret, points' on work by the artistic finish ,and delicacy -; team can really do. The series of " ,111111111111".6 If
V your paper is not deliveredr human beings. The score cards were of interpretation of their" : -. ? .
-woiLl three straight victories over the A dead One furnishes Easiness for )
...vraptljr, don't fail to notify the office. drawn and I '
Dr. Clark and Mrs.
up Their numbers
were a great addition team of the undertaker only. '
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