Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00333
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: February 18, 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: VID00333
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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




AIR BEST f I IN HISTORY I OF f COUNTY While Lay Body in of State Dead at Georgia Capitolof Senator I Many do's Floats Varied in Industries Line Told and of Enterprising Orlan- ON N AMERICAN[ SIDE; Will BE f HELD

Nation f Business Firms

and opposite the Seminole county exhibit Washington, Feb. 17.-Funeral ser- J JUDGE[ lARK PREPARES CHARGE[I -
are the exhibits of Ocoee, Win- vices over the remains of the late Pleasing in the variety design PROBABLY BE SENT TO

FROM TIME THE 'ter Garden, Oakland and Apopka. A Senator A. 0. Bacon, of Georgia,were and surprising in the number of firms FORT BLISS AND PLACEDIN

GATES OPEN flowing fountain is playing in the held in the senate chamber here this I represented, the trades display which IN GORE f DAMAGE[ SUIT PRISON
featured the opening day of the fair!
South Lake section which
Apopka ,
i afternoon. Later the body, -
gives refreshing air to the excellentlot by a joint senate and house brought great crowds to the street i Places Burden of Proof on Plaintiffto
sides yesterday morning, and the side-
of exhibits
abeut it. In
T TURFS OF f COUNTY DISPLAYS S the forefront several ranged blocks of ice committee, was shipped to Atlanta, walks were crowded to such a degree Sustain Charges of Ruined
Ga., where it will lie in state at the that no one moved except at the will Character WASHINGTON J Will HANDLE l[ CASE A [
were shown yesterday as among the capitol there for a few hours beforeit
of the throng that stood in tiptoe
products of Winter Garden. II is taken to Macon, the home .of Oklahoma City, Okla., Feb. 17.-
eagerness until the last vehicle of the
DIVIDUAL EXHIBITS OF MERIT Seminole is showing products I the late senator, for interment. There The suit brought against Senator HOT PURSUIT MEXICO DRIVES
grown with the aid of irrigation, and !, President Wilson was restrained by great pageant passed. were Thomas P. Gore by :Mrs. Minnie Bond
thirty-nine floats in line, many of DESPERADO OVER THE LINE
Apopka is showing a display grown his physician from going to pay a for assault will go to the jury tomor-
WITH EACH OTHER FOR without the aid of irrigation. After II them striking and unique, all of them TO BE TAKEN BY NINTH
last tribute to the dead senator, and row.
EXCELLENCEisitors each I typical of Orlando's enterprising
it is difficult deter- CAVALRY
viewing to
he was represented at the ceremoniesby Attorneys for Mrs. Bond said today -
mine which is the better system of Mrs. Wilson. spirit. at the opening of court that they

( to the fair grounds yester- agriculture, since both seem to be The funeral services were of the Seth Woodruff was grand marshal, had no more evidence to introduce, Hachita N. M.: Feb. 17.Maximo

pronounced the show this year eminently successful in this sectionof simplest character. Prayer was said assisted by James Magruder, W. P. and following a conference between Castillo and six of his followers were

est ever seen in Orange county.gh Florida. Gwynne and Master Richard Wood- I captured this afternoon by a detach-
by the chaplain of the senate. Bishop the attorneys of both sides and the
this is only the fourth annual Some of the visitors gained the idea Harding read the hymn, "Abide With ruff, the latter mounted. on a pony judge, the judge letter-read his instructions ment of troops from the Ninth United
t under the present fair associa- yesterday that all the exhibits in the I and riding beside his father. It was States cavalry.
Me, and the body was formally con- which he had prepared for
i, Orange county has been holding. south wing of the building were from signed to the care of the joint con- due largely to the good managementof the jury. Castillo and his followers were

II for many years, though breaks Seminole county. This impression is gressional committee. Marshal Woodruff that the parade Aside from the usual legal form of taken when they surrendered on the

recorded in the regularity erroneous. Only the right side from Prior to the services, the body lay started on time and moved without court instructions touching upon the American side of the boundary, aftera
ir' recurrence. Some of the visitors the entrance is taken up by Seminole mishap or disorder through the hot pursuit in the fastnesses of this
in state in the marble room of the cause of the action in conspiracy the
ailed visiting the fair in Orange crowded streets. The line of march
county, and all of the left is occupiedby vicinity.The .
capitol, being guarded by both Union following words of the judge occur:
[nty twenty years ago. This is Ocoee, Winter Garden, Oakland and Confederate veterans. started from the monument at Cen- "This is an action whereby the bandit is most wanted in :Mex-

able by way of experience and and Apopka proper. These exhibitsare The rule against flowers in the sen- tral and Main, moving south on Main plaintiff claims that she was assaulted ico on account of his complicity in
parison. The fair this haser and turning at Jackson to North Or- tunnel
year of great variety and excellence, the Cumbre disaster when
ate chamber was I set aside to permit in a room, and by reason of such
( been excelled by event of I ange, passing through the business
any and have been arranged most artis- floral offerings from the president : alleged assault she has suffered fifty-one lost their lives.
|ilar scope held in Florida; at least, tically. It is doubtful if any exhib- and other admirers. district and the avenue until Living- shame and humiliation, her nervous
3 seems to be the general verdict. its in the ston avenue was reached, where the Be
building attracted more at- 1 system has been wrecked and her rep- Will Taken to Forst Bliss
Citruk fruits are the predominating tention. pageant turned into the fair grounds, El Paso, Tex., Feb. 17.GeneralScott
and color be This is an interesting and tempting circling the track and debouchingnear destroyed."The
rte as might expectedm
commander of the Second
Volusia County Has Fresh VegetablesThe II defendant denies all the mate- cav
the most prolific citrus fruitIt part of the domestic science displayin the north wing of the main
display made by Volusia rial allegations, and says the suit is alry brigade, tonight received con-
the rotunda. Mrs. D. G. Wagnersent
in Florida, but the variety of coun-I I buildine. -- firmation of the of Castilloat
ty in the west wing was by shell and seed bags, artistically a step in an alleged conspiracy to capture
roducts is great, and it may be Chief of Police William Smith and Hachita.
oubted if any similar section in the! hundreds yesterday. This comprises woven. Miss N. C. Bratton sent ber-I I four mounted policemen led the pa- compel him to endorse certain per- General Scott's information
besides fine exhibit of the .for political preferment or to came
a leading sons
beads, and Mrs. Estey contributedbead the
ry followed immediately by
arid could assemble such ,an excellent rade, from Captain White, commander of
varieties of citrus fruits table accomplish his defeat for reelectionto
a chains of her own manufactureto department The /
display of such variety.It fire department the troops at Hachita. Scott said the
laden with fresh effice. ,
vegetables, so tempt- the exhibit. Miss Jean Caldwellhas
is neither necessary nbr desirable dropped out of the march, however, bandit would probably be to
ing that spectators frequently remarked a fine display of potted plants the streets of "The burden is upon the plaintiffto brought
to fill space and burden readers after passing through
El Paso and placed in prison at Fort
the truth of her assertionsby
that the
placard the table
on and cut flowers., prove
with an enumeration of all that may the city, and did not go to the fair Bliss until final
should read, "Take One,"'iaUi --than character evidence presented instead disposition was made
A and rest room has been
be seen to such advantage by a visitto press grounds.
by Washington authorities.
"Hands Off." All the vegetables of provided at the Osceola exhibit and of the preponderence of it."
the exposition buildings All avail- I Next came Orlando Troup 3, Boy
the there Judge Clark said he would give - ------------
and the -
season are supply here the scribes find
able space in the buildings is filled may typewritersand Scouts, headed by Scoutmaster James
will be renewed from day to day during at their service. counsel all the time they wished for Cohoon Bros. with spraying outfits
with well arranged exhibits, and noth- paper Burden, and the following scouts, clad
the fair. The Volusia exhibit arguments. The jury will be given and irrigating plants, and a good
Supt. A. E. Thomas of the New ban-
ing has been permitted to have place in khaki and carrying the troop
among them that doesn't show marksof comprises some unusually large and Eden Plantation company, of Nar- ner: the case probably late tomorrow. display was made by J. W. Schnarr,
finely colored specimens of the whose float followed in the parade.Warman's .
superiority. King coossee, is in charge of an excellent Chas. Limpus, assistant scoutmaster. -- -- -

Seminole Shows Sub-Irrigation orange. Some remarkable pieces of display from his farm. His specialtyis Overstreet, J. B. Willis, Ross Thompson. repair shop was represented -
Irish crochet, the handiwork, of Mrs., by an ingenious arrangementof
Products cane syrup. The New Eden com- Owls-Robert Davis, patrol leader; .

The distinctive feature of the Sem- Marshall Bailey, attracted much at- pany has the largest syrup mill in Richard Tucker, assistant patrol leader In field uniform came Company C, bicycles, tires and supplies, the

inole county display is the demonstration tention. One of the compartments in this part of the state, and has made ; Dewey Hand, first aid scout; Mon- National Guard of Florida, under motive power of the float not being
the vegetable display was filled with seven thousand gallons of this Captain E. C. Moore. visible but the motion of the float
of the sub-irrigation system used syrup roe Patch, color bearer "U. S.; Ken-
by the celery and vegetable growersof dasheens, grown near New Smyrna. year from fifteen acres of cane. The neth French, Clarence Magruder, Wil- I In an auto decorated in blue and leaving the impression that leg power

that fertile district. Capt. A. V. Messrs. Rowland and Codrington, who syrup is unsurpassed in quality, and liam Albright Phillip Frye. .! gold streamers was a pyramid display was employed to propel the many

French is in charge of the exhibit. have charge of the exhibit were kept retails readily. This exhibit will be Rattlesnakes-Edwin McDowell, of Lucerne Circle cigars. wheels above.

Growing celery in beds with the irri- busy answering questions about ,the sold for delivery after the fair. Mr. trol leader Calvert Perry, assistant pa- Decorated in stars and stripes was Jos. Raehn's plumbing! establish-
% looking bulbs which have been ; ment was well advertised by an attractive
queer Thomas he doesn't to an auto advertising the Griffing nur -
gation pipes fed from a water pipe says expect patrol leader; Rolla Seymour, color
demonstrated to be superior as a sub- take of it back with him. It is series.W. bath room display.
above affords the means of makingthis any "
demonstration. Capt French, stitute for potatoes. All sorts of root put up in cans and,bottles and neatly bearer, "Troop; Fred Frye, orderly; A. Slauter, the plumber, had an The Routh-Caldwell sheet metal
Donald Evans William Lewter, Hayes
plants, such works was the next unique float in
as turnips, potatoes and labelled. effective display on his float of a
well informed, clever and versatile is
Wood, Frank Merck, first aid scout,
the like, displayed to ad-
are splendid
bath completely fitted out.
constantly on the scene to explain the Henry Parry's Hay Exhibit stretcher. room line.The
vantage in the Volusia wing.A Cook garage was representedby
The A. L. Beck Lumber companyhad
to inquirers. In addition to
Views may differ as to the most Duckworth
I Ravens-Robert patrol an auto repair shop with workmen
hive of bees at work under glass seven mule teams with broad
the display of celery for which the
valuable exhibit in demonstrative sig- leader; Murray Smith, assistant patrol busy at their respective tasks,
Sanford district is famed, is a mass cover will be another attraction at t signs on each side arranged A shape
nificance, but some will regard that leader; Victor Wray, first aid the base of the float being swathedin
the Volusia exhibit the rest of the lengthwise of the wagons. Follow
of garden truck, it being an
made by Mr. Henry Parry as one of I Gaskin Carl
scout, stretcher; Knight, banners.
exceptional of handsome cauliflower. week. ing the wagons was an auto with the
(Continued on 8) I Dougherty, Pet Brittain, Robert The Dickson-Ives depart-
Osceola page proprietors, a streamer bearing the] company
The variety of products is indicated County Exhibit . .
II' by a noteworthy display of Osceola county has two distinct legend, "The Men AauM the Teams, ment store earned a float represent-

growing pansies from the gardens of features in additon to the citrus display r The Beck vehicles were decorated i ir 1 ing the various lines from groceries .
various combinations of the fair col. to dress goods. The dress goods de-
Mrs. W. A. Ginn, who specializes on and other usual products. One

this specimen of the floral kingdom is an exhibition of live fish irr glass : PROGRAM of nun fAIR EVENTS partment was presided over by Mr.
H. N. James, and Miss Norma Get-
other side of the lumber
company -
and has been unable to supply the de- cases, the specimens including black !
tier, in stunning street dress and Mr.
mand since the fame of her pansieshas bass, perch, cat and several other j -- signs bore the advertisementsof ,

reached to other parts of the kinds taken from the lakes of that ; 9:30 a. m.-Concerts by the Orlando and Italian bands, Orange the Southern Fertilizer company, Lawrence Lawton, modishly clad, ape -

tate. Capt French is being assistedby county. The; other feature was anj I avenue. and it depended upon what side th e: peared in the role of purchasers. The

Mr. Karnatz and Mr. Harry Phil- exhibit of twenty-five products grown jon j 10:00 a. m.-Examination of babies at room on Pine street. spectator happend to be as to his front of the float was given to ,a rep-

lips, decorator and art photographer, the Kissimmee prairie made by the | Awarding premiums on horses and cattle. Awarding impression of whose floats he was resentation of the grocery depart-

who has.charge of this feature of the Southern Colonization company. This premiums on poultry, citrus fruit and farm viewing. The fertilizer company was ment, and Master Finch Scruggs, a

exhibit and has done some effective exhibit demonstrates at once the fertility -II products. Awarding premiums on fancy work equally interested in the floats, however roly-poly boy, wore a card with the
I legend, "I am fed by the DicksonIvesCo.
work in making the display notice- and diversity of the soils of I[ and art exhibits. and it was a toss up of chance "

,,. able and attractive. that rich section. Some of the finest : 11:00 a. m.-Concert by Italian and Orlando bands at grounds. that their side of the floats happenedto .
I be the off side for most of the Hanner Bros. contractors and builders
Citrus Exchange Exhibit cabbage ever seen were on display I] 2:00 p.m.-Harness and running races. pa- -

t The exhibit of the Citrus Exchange here, and the exhibit included tobacco \ 2:30: p. m.-Walter Johnson will make a spectacular flight in rade course. displayed a half completed brick

occupies the aisle of the south wing celery, squash, potatoes, beets,I his Thomas aeroplane. The Rexall drug store had one of building, with workmen on scaffold

t of the main building, and shows the turnips, rice, Para, Rhodes and Natal i t 3:00 p. .-Polo game between the Red and White polo teams. the most beautiful floats in the pa- ing, inside and outside, using mortar

ten brands packed by the Exchange in grasses and alfalfa. Osceola as wellas 4:00 p. m.-Grand free act of the daring rider on the loop. rade. Mrs. N. J. Merck, dad in a and brick, making a realistic display.

Orange and Seminole counties. The Volusia displayed dasheens. Here j 7:00 p. m.-All carnival attractions ort Midway. white silk gown and with hair flow- Baylarian's tailor shop was repre-

,brands and the location of the 'pack- were seen also,round kumquats, the RACES CALLED AT 2:30 P. M. ing represented Queen Rexall; Mrs.I sented by one of the delivery wagons

ing houses turning them out follow: only lot of this shape noticed at the II First Race-SpeciaL Trot or Pace. Purse $150 Jos. Bumby, in a gown of white satin, gaily decorated.

"Orlando, Orlando; "Bull Dog," Win- fair. An interesting exhibit was some j No. 1-Maude W., B. M _____________________M. R. Williams and flowing tresses,typified the Rex- Hungerford's
ter Park; "Fellowship," Tildenville corn grown twelve by C. W.| No. 2-Billie Melson, B. G. _______________________J. Crossant all "93" hair tonic. She was standingin transfer truck car-
"; years ago No. 3-Doris Douglas, B. M. _____________________C. H. Sprague a blue carton and was a living ried an immense load of goods boxes. '
"Banjo, Oviedo; "On the Square, Ward at Runnymede. It was still good No. 4-Tony Paw, B. S.' ___________..::.-_________G. H. Sprague of the familiar re- There was no allegorical idea in this.
i Geneva; "Mayflower" and free of weevils other insects. plica advertisementLittle
; or Second Race-Special. Pacing. Purse $150 I It was intensely! practical and true to
"Turkey," Ocoee; "Velvet," Long- One corner of the space is occupied by No. Duchess Hall, B. M. __r_________________Florida StablesNo. Frances Nolan and Stanley

wood; "Yellow Baby," Clarcona; an exhibit of hunt trophies, sent by 2-Lellee Hall, C. G. ______________________David LockhartNo. Bumby, prettily dressed and lookingthe life.The
3-Martell, B .G. _____________________________T. J. Lamb picture of health, were Rexall Ford automobile agency came
"Earjy Dawn, from the grove of B. C. Mikesell, who lives on the Kis- No. 4-Delhi, B. S. ____________________________Geo. H. Sprague I next, carrying
Moseley & O'Neil, Ocoee. Besides simmee prairie. A coon skin rug is Third Race-Half Mile Dash. Purse.$50 babies. Little Connie Ray was the a great globe, repre-

grapefruit, oranges, tangerines, kumquats : probably the most interesting article No. 1-Ruby Hill, B. :M _______________________M. J. DaetwylerNo. toothpowder girl. senting the earth, and conveying the
there are some fine of this display, made of 2-Ban Starr, C. G. ______________________B. G. WienengaNo. The Home Laundry, which adver- idea that all the world rides in a
specimensof forty coon 3-Lou Linier, B. M ________________________W. Pedrick tised its Ford.
the King orange, grown at Tilden- skins, and near by is a live coon by No. 4-Carrie Eider, C. M _______________________D. C. Hill opening to take place Feb-
yule, and of lemons, grown at Ply- way of verisimilitude. The collection YESTERDAY'S RESULTS ruary 23, had an immense float drawn The State bank had a large float

mouth. Mr. P. E. Morrill, chief inspector numbers several deer skin and bear First Race-Pacing, 2:14 class. Won by Tom Riley, time 2:17; by a very small pony, the animal be- with a large safe in the back and-

for the central exchange, skin rugs. There are many cured skinsof Dortha S., second; Rex Riley third; Dixie Lou, fourth. ing completely hidden by the draperies money bags representing capital and
Second Race-Trotting, 2:27 class. Won by Lady Lucile, time
with headquarters at Tampa, has direct deer, bear, alligators, wild cats 2:28; Little Dutch, second; Tony Paw, third; Doris Douglas, surplus, proclaiming on banners the

charge of the exhibit, under the and other animals native to this sec- fourth. I The Brigham book store had well (Continued on last page.)
general supervision of Third Race-Half mile dash. Won by Lou Linier, time 51
Mr. E. II. tion, bearing testimony to the presence decorated auto, advertising newspapers -
I .. Walker, director of citrus exhibits. of big game. Mrs. Austin Smith seconds; Ban Starr, second; Ruby Hill, third. and periodicals.Jos. .
4 I Fourth Race-Pacing against timeMaude W. made record New books, the finest stationery, ;
South Lake Apopka Section sent fourteen bakery exhibits and aI ofi2:241-4. I Bumby's hardware displaycame latest music, magazines and daily pa-

To the left of the south entrance full five course dinner ready to serve. i... Ml _jX next in line, being followed by .pers., Curtis & O'Neal, next P. 0..

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s" ,APOPKA ITEMS. ''MMMMtltMlllllllliitillillltllllliillNlillltiilGAS
lMIM IIMIItMltltlllllliili lil MiiMMiMtmtntJ
sa Apopka, Fla., Feb. 16.-Mr. B. C.
Laws, who spent several tats here, I I 44 1v ,; U ri. i ... t. t .1'" 'c.f
5 left last Thursday for Bonnell on the
East Coast

Editor T. II. Byars, accompanied .
V by his mother, Mrs. Mary Byars, and
also his sister, Mrs. E. J. .
by, made a pleasure trip to "'
a last Friday afternoon. Mr. R. 1.I I \N ATC2-T

Howard took them over in his auto. WE have just received a ship
Mr. H. C. Miller, representing the ment of the latest style of
Florida Metropolis was a pleasant vis.
itor in Apopka last Friday in the "GAS IRONS"
interest of that MONTGOMERY MOTION
newspaper. Grand
which we are placing on the market Theatre
i Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts, of PICTURE co's .
s St. Petersburg, arrived last Thurs- FOR $3.00 EACH
day evening and have been the pleas-

ant guests since of her brother, Mr. They are absolutely guaranteed to be I
G. Harod and wife. perfectly safe and at the same time inexpensive -
Miss Sallie Cotton, of Versailles, to,. operate. They cost only
4' Ky., arrived here last Thursday night 1.3 as much to operate as an electric This WeekHMIIIimiiii.MmiimmMliMillMMIIIIIIIIIMiimil
{ and accompanied her father, Mr. Geo.T. iron and are much easier to handle.Call .
Cotton, back to his home in Ken- [
: at the office and see one demonstrated.
tucky. Mr. Cotton has spent four II
;# years here and for the past few
weeks has been in failing health and

decided that he wanted to retur to t .c. :
his Kentucky home he could be
where .
with his family. They left on Sat-
; urday morning for his old home at .
Versailles, Ky.
met last Thursday afternoon at the ,
home of Mrs. Susan A. Merrill on .. 4I r
s Central avenue. A most delightfultime -
----- -
r was spent. Music and recita
tions enlivened the occasion, while the .
4 topics of the day were discussed.
F L 0. White and wife, formerly res
idents of this city, but pow located a t A
Port Tampa, were here the latter part :
of the week packing their household .
goods. It is reported that they have
L rented out their home here which will '
111111I1III11I111111 MlllilllilllllililiiiMiiliMM
be occupied at once.

Mr. B. H. Laws, of near Boston, Just arrived car load !
Mass., has purchased a 20-acre tract t !
of land near town and expects to FORDS for immediate For Economy'and p

a plant out an orange grove on it this chase
spring.Mr. delivery.Get W R REALTY&SBBDC t GH T 0 p power of your m<

Rearden, of Ohio, was here a FOR REAL ESTATE ey, "Try Wright's" Fai
t few days ago and after looking over yours now.F. .
several available properties, closed a Dials Our Business t and Garden Seeds.

deal for a part of the Stewart home G. RUSH, Orlando Florida bulk. "Motto" QuaVititand '
r stead east of town, and has begun .-
Phone 226
the erection of a residence on same. Quality.
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Jackson have .
had as their guest for the past few Fresh Eggs 290 doz. Best Creamery Butter J 390 lb.

days Mr. Fred Snizeley, of Clarks Sweet Milk tic qt. I H Ice 5oc 100 lbs., Limes 150 doz]

burg, W. Va., their former home. Sweet Milk 070 pint Fresh Butter Milk ioc :qt.

The birthday party given last week Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Present" delivered by Express]
by little Miss Alice Wilson celebrating
7 her ninth anniversary was greatly r (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $c.3J cash with order.

enjoyed by a number of her little
friends who wished for her the "
return of happy ..... .... . . . . .. 11.
more pleasant anni-
Born, last week,,to the wife of Dr.
C., H. Morrison of this city, a daugh

ter.Mrs.. Finley Hodges, of Sanford, ORl4N O BANK & IR I OMP4Nf i

was the guest last.week of her par A Lead Pencil or Bottle of InKIs
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Holtz.
9 F. E. Zepp.'& Son have the con Orlando, Florida.Condition .
a small investment but a large part
tract of converting the second
storyof at the close of business December 31, 1913
the Eldredge store building, near of the writers comfort and efficiency depends -
the Seaboard depot, into a public hall RESOURCES ,

k The new stairway has been placed and; on having the right kind. Loans and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $403,080.10

i be the work of to arranging the seats will A hard scratchy pencil where a soft one Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . . ., . . . . 362.37 ,
pushed completion as rapidlyas Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . . .- 26,018.33
possible, as it is th eintention of is demanded, or a thick ink when only a fluid Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . . . . . . 200,946.57
the league to use the hall on Febru BankingHouse, Furniture and Fixtures . . 25,974.87LIABILITIES
ary 27, when they will give a play en is needed, may discourage the worker and : .
titled "Hoodoo."
r Mr. L H. Burdick, who came here ruin the work. We carry all grades, colors $656,382.24
f recently from South Dakota and
a tract of land just east purchased of aad standard makes of pencils, and can fur-. Capital Stock . . . . . . .'. . . . . . . . $100,000.00

town, has his residence Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 35,214.86
completed new nish on demand, the best possible ink
on same and is now occupying very Deposits . . . . ... . . ..\. . . . . . . . . 521,167.38.
it. He is highly pleased with this for any kihd of pen work. Tell your penciland \
part of the state. $656,382.24
f Mr.'and Mrs. D. W. Clark left Mon- ink troubles to the man behind the counter. 41

da ymorning for Orlando, where they ... Deposits on Dec. 31, 1912 . . . . . . . . . $489,971.68
expect to spend the entire week at the W. S. BRANCH Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . . . . . . $521,167.38
} midwinter fair and carnival. ,

Prof. McKinnon preached to a good ... Increase . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . 31,195.70The i
audience at the The Arcade look and Music Store
Presbyterian church officers and directors of the'Orlando Bank and Trust
here Sunday morning.Mrs. Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and
1 Mary Byars and 'daughter, IMMIIMMMMHIIMIMMMItlMMMIMIMIItMMIMSeveral friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement. '
Mrs. E. J. Willoughby, left here Monday The management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects
morning for Tampa and St. Pe the conservative, sane and progressive methods employed in ,
tersburg, where they expect to spend ,
w this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and
some ten days or two weeks. From strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in health-
there Mrs. Willoughby will return to M a SacrificeI ful statements to its patrons. '
her home in Wilmington, N. C., and
M. M. SMITH President
Mrs. Byars will return here for a few ,
weeks before returning to her homein W. M. DAVIS, Vice-President C. E. NOLAN, Cashier
Mrs. G. Harod and her @
guests, Mr.
and Mrs. George Roberts, were sightseeing
visitors in Orlando the latter -
part of last week. choice lots for immediate sale. Located just FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES : -

Don't fail to see the Apopka exhibit one lot off Magnolia avenue on Concord avenue. Improved AND DO ALL KINDS OF
at the big midwinter fair.
there grown on high pine lane with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest OPTICAL REPAIRING Spring Millinery Opening

without irrigation. Call at the desk
locations in Orlando.
; and secure literature while there that Wednesday and Thursday (
tells you all about this fine farming
country where land can be bought The Price is Right Feb. 25th and 26th
4 cheaper:.,than anywhere in the state
This is the finest section to be fount
c when health is the object, as Apopkais I DR. L H. RAMSDELLOPTOIIETRIST The public cordially invited.

noted as being the most healthfulspot

the here fair.is in unsurpassed.the state. Drinking See samples water at Orla ffo Re R Estate Cot ORLANDO(Successor, to- Dr.- 0.- P.FLORIDAW. LIkfu) MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN 3

Come in Thursday, Friday or Saturday T. ENTBICAN,
-of this week, and have a sp Phone. 504 Watkins BlockfMHIIimmiillHillMMMIIIHIiMlllillliii Agents for Barclay 'Corsets -

dial representative of our tailoring I-- Offers to Orlando the newest and best
house take your measure for that of workmanship in the painting and McCall's
' spring suit. The Yowell-Duckworth decorating trade. Phone 636. Patterns'p

Co. .... ,.... 1-11.11 1.21.1m I I' ,

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[Bob Holly is the man who put the ..
|;and" in Sanford.-DeLand News. ( .

And Sanford put the "sell" in cel- 1 ..

f.-Tampa Tribune. ... lave You Seen SEBEM

And feeling facetious we might add .
lat Stovall put the "pa" in Tampa .
(1d Codrington put the "D-n" in De- II II ,.

ind.-Sanford Herald. i I the town furthest south
[And Mayes the "sa" in Pensacola. k I

[And Brown the "sta" in St. Augus- 9x

le.nd e. McCreary the "gain"I in Gaines- In the famous Lake Regionof

[ 4 tw
[And Harris the "o" in Ocala.

lAnd'Jordan the "go" in Punta Gor-

&4 : Florida ,
[And McBride the "ad" in Arcadia. /1

[And Byington the "ring" in Tarpon y 'y

'And rings Evans the "ear" in Clearwater. s"i'r

And Humphries the, *:dent" in Bra-
[lentown. ', Two Years Old Beautiful Homes

And Goolsby the "chu" in Wauchu-

a. BFI td Electric Lights
And Johnson the "chic" in Apalach-

co'a. Water Works System Paved Streets
And Stoneman the "am" in Miami.

And Russell the "pa" in Palatka.
And Hetherington the "ke" in Modern Hotel


And Thomas the "plan" in Plant i Elevation 200 Feet No Swamps
Triplett the "kiss" in Kissim-
4 i 1& 90 miles south of Orlando in DeSoto CountyLeave
ee.And ?
I Brown the "pie" in Fort Pierce. .
n&, .
[And Cleveland the "me" in Fort jt IS
.ade. ikY '.i"q? ORLANDO 3:30: p. m. Arrive SEEKING '8:40: p. m. '

[And Appleyard the "has" in Talla-

[And Reese the "do" in Orlando.

And Woods the "is" in Eustis. ti.Jgr .
; Stla
nd Law, the "art" in BaU.w.

nd Bowden the "dad" in Dade

nd Callahan the "my" in Fort I i 7 :vy FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL AT

rs. I y

Fe.tto.nd Ind Holderman Russell the the"palm""man" in in Man-Pal-I I S <55 SEBRING[ G REAL[ [ESTATE I A I[ OFFICE[

nd Allyn the "so" in Sarasota. I A .
''Sut who in put the 11 in Dun-
lion?-Tribune.Ifhe _ _ _ ,
same man that put Rome in: tk4. kf9. ,ceHp is
Imeo.-Ocala Banner. C. B. Treadway and Ed. L. Hainz, Opposite

Local Representatives San'Juan Hotel I

The Micanopy lodge, Knights of %
.al'II'llllljjjJJ'JJJJ'JJ" " "' I . .
[thias, gave their annual oyster .. _ . .. . J"J"IIII11111111111111111111111.
:" '11'1'111111" . . . . . .. . . Hi iiiiiiif
nquet at the Carolina House last

ursday night. Many from Mcln- MfSS ADRIENNE DOROTHY WALLACEThe

osh and Evinton attended.It 'violinist with the Glee Club, is a charming player. She is a graduateof 1IIIIIIIJallllllllllllll.\\ 'MtliMIIIMMillliil R
the Cincinnati Conservatory of :Music and afterwards spent three years ffHHIIIfMltMi
studying in Paris. She plays two numbers on the Rollins College Glee Fo Sale
is that
very Club program at Winter Park next Thursday night.
'street .in St. Augustine will be

widened. An agreement has been se- 11111 iHIMMIMMMMimMMItHMMMIMMillMII i ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEANER f

cured from many of the abutting
Modern 8roomHouse
property owners, to give the city the FOR SALE

necessary land free of charge.St. 2 doors

Petersburg now has another at- New Two-Story Modern west of Wyom

traction added to her list of places of Have your room or house
amusement. The "Sunshine Bath- House ing Hotel. Bar-
block from
house," which recently opened, is up- gain. cleaned without dust or troubleof
to-date every respect and since the
opening date has been crowded with Lucerne Circle. moving furniture .
i .

I A. L. Bentley, .

Read the advertisements daily.CHADWICK'S Helen Wright Owner

a -_ . -. -. .- 10 E. AMELIA AVENUE The Pierce Electric Co. send an Ex-



No. 1-10 acres,'2 1-2 miles south THE WEST
east of city, on hard road, all improved To SEE THEM FOR TERMS
; 175 budded orange and grape- An EXPERT
fruit trees j just coming into bearing; I Ipast VIASfMINOLf
7-room house; the land is of the best.
No. 2-Two 3-acre young groves in- Sign Writer is in charge of Sign Department whose 9
side of city, nicely situated to' divide LIMITED
into home lots. experience with some of the foremost of Ameri- ,
No. 3-13 acres, 8 acres with 6- Tne rlf [ ELECTRIC[ T L
house and 200 bearing ca's sign makers, assures the highest possible grade of Lv Orlando --------------- 3:13 pm, Inc.11""I"
room grove; : I
the 5 acres is garden land divided it work. When one makes big claims it is up to one to Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm, ''J .
acre lots and recorded. Lv Jacksonville,Fia.,A.C.1. 9:00 pm,i
No. 4-5 between Amelie claims should be Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L.__11:10 pm j
acres east make good, but these weighed quite as
I' ____ CHURCH
L. 1:15 am STREET
and Concord avenues, just over cit) Lv Tipton, Ga., A. :
much for sake Ga., A. C. L.____ 2:40 am i
limit line; a part of it to bearinggroove your as ours. Ar Albany "I'III,1
Ga., C. of Ga._ 3:55 am
and grapery; a fine 8-room Ar Americus I
Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 6:20 am
house and other buildings. This is a
y rare bargain to get a city home just Ghw. A.. BAI .TciDR. Ar Opehka, Ala., C. of Ga_ 7:30 amr I
Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.12:05 pAr
a over the city line. Give this your at
Birmingham Ala.C.of G.12:05 pm
tention.No.. 5-40 acres, 20 improved with! SIGNS AND SHOW CARDS OF EVERY DESCRIPTIONLet Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm I
500 choice bearing orange trees, south Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C._______ 9:35 pm To the West and NorthwestVIA
_________11:07 '
Altamonte Ar Cairo, 111., I. a pm
side of lake, near Springs; us figure on jour work for Orlando's MidWinterFair.
fine bungalow of 8 rooms; also 4-room Ar Carbondale, Ill., I. C.12:13 am -- --
cottage furnished; beautiful lawn and
shade; tennis court (cement); the 111111111111111111111111.111111111111111111111111111'r"am Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. CA____ 7:05 am
show place of the South, known as DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE' FLYER AND
the Foss Grove. On account of the Ar Centralia, 111., I. C._____ 1:38 am,
death of Mr. Foss, Mrs. Foss can no __ _5 Ar Matoon, 111., I. C_______ 3:30 am I SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
longer attend to the estate. This Ar Champaign, Ill., I. C.____ 4:29 am 55
means sell.it. ond& Ar Kankakee, Ill., I. C_____ 6:20 am Dixie Dixie
t No. -Several nice homes, close to Ar Chicago, Ill., I. C_______ 7:50'am Limited. Flyer.SOUTH I ATLANTIC... LIMITED
Lake Eola, and other parts of the city. Lv Orlando A. C. L........12.31am 3:13pm Lv Orlando, .........................3:13lJm
Also choice lots, close in. Ar Jacksonville, A. C. L.... 6:45am 7:30pm Ar Jacksonville ..:................
Solid Through Trains-Composed of Lv Jacksonville, A. C L... 9:35am 8.23pm Lv Jacksonville A. C. 1.. .........?..
If you want to buy for home or investment drawingroom -, Lv Waycross, A. C. L......11:50am 10:%5 pm Lv Warcro. A. C. L. .............1020 8:15pm
I am a leader along these FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL observation, compartment Ar Macon G. S. &: F....... 6:13pm (:15 am Ar Macon G. S. & F. .............. 3:46 pm
lines. Call or phone and make date section, sleeping cars, arid free Ar Atlanta, C. of Ga....... 8:03pm 7.25am Ar Atlanta, c.. of Ga. ,............. 7:12&Jn-am,
Ar Knoxville L & N. ............
for investigations.Open chair between Jacksonville Ar Chattanooga W. &: A..12:18am 11:55am : .1:19pll1
reclining cars A :. &: N. ....... ........ ,
evenings. VALUES LOW PRICES and Chicago, and Jacksonvilleand Ar Nashville, N. C. It St L. 4:50 am 4:30 pm Ar Louisville, L. & N. .............. 3:11:. pm m
19 W. Church St-Phone 398 St. Louis. All meals in dining Ar St. Louis, L C.&: L.&:N. 2:50 pm 7:20 am Ar Indianapolis.. Pa. L. ............ 1:50 am-
--1 COMPARE Ar Lexington, LioN. ............
.. ....... 6:50pm.
Ar Hopkinsnlle L. & N. 6:27pm
Take your repairing to Warman on car.For : .: A-CinciBanti. L. & N. ............. 8:50pm
tickets and Pullman car reser- Ar Evansville, L. & N..... 9:28am 9:25pm Ar KaJamazoo,
G. R. & J. ........IZ:20pm
Court street. 12-5-tf OUR FURNITUREWe vations, call on Ar Terre Haute, C. & E. L. 1:10pm 1:01am AZ Grand__Rapids.G. R. & L ....... 2:45pm
Ar Chicago, C. & E. L. 6.50pm 6:50am Ar Cleveland.-Biir Four ..........___ 'lthm.. __
W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, -non -
provide the quality furniture that has long or DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED *
r been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent. Solid sleeping train cars composed, observation of section compartment drawingroom Solid train composed of electric lighted
standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It Atlantic Coast Line, can and dining car between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping ear and coaches
.j WM. HARPER wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make Orlando. .... Chicago ar between and Jacksonville section, draW and Dg.room St. Louis.sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and
this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof Jacksonville Louisville ana Indianapolis;
this business and that much to sleeping car between Jacksonville and
means any buyer.
WOOD COAL AND ICE Solid train carrying electric lighted compartment Cleveland: also Pullman sleeping
observation sleepers, and elect!ic car between
> Oldest Established Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's i lighted section drawing-room sleepers. First- Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondaysand
Practice In class coaches and smoking car. Dining car Thursdays of each week. Dining
I \ Orlando McNEDI & DAVIS BLOCK, Coal Yard phone 566. 9-31-tf serves meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati car
19 W. Church Street; Up-SUirs
| I
amination Freer Makes a specialty of painting, paper- W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent.

,. ", ing Phone, refinishing 636. floors, furniture 1-21-lm, etc.i! Atlantic Coast Line, Orlando _' }



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.i* } South FloridaSenilnel W. S. Branch. KISS ING REPAIRED .:- .. ,.

MORNING AND WEEKLY Copenhagen is said to be the most -
Mrs. Myra Hotchkiss passed from Because of considerable trouble
JOSIAH FERRIS, Editor and Owner. law-abiding city in the world. Witha
population of over half a million, earthly life last Friday, February13th which the sewer contractors were Dic'kson-Ives
r Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando Florida at her northern home in Sha- having with the drain between Lakes:
as Second Class Mail Matter. there was only one murder in the city
f last year. Joyous Jacksonville end ron, Conn. Lucerne and Minnie the street de-
TO ADVERTISERS: Tireless Tampa ought to do a little For several years past Mrs. Hotch- partment at the direction of Engineer
Copy for display and all other hand-set Copenhagening! kiss has been a winter resident here, Ramsey dug into the drain and found
advertising most be handed in at the business
4 office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. **** owning .an attractive home on Magnolia -' that the pipes were crushed. In releasing -
the day before publication. This rule applies avenue, and had friends the dammed ,water Lake I
many up
The beer that is DEPARTMENTAL
to make
U chances for contract advertising; it is going STOREOrlando's E Ei
Q UrsrUble and will be strictly adhered to. Jacksonville famous will be ready for who will be grieved to hear of her Lucerne was caused to rise about a
deatn. foot and a half above its normal
about the
SUBSCRIPTION RATES consumption of May.
: Though in failing health for sev- level. The city engineer said last
One Year .........v...........$5.00 The work of brewing has just begun I eral months # i
I past, she had kept bright night that the people of the Circle
Six Months ................... 2.50 but it takes three months to age it. the favorite
and hopeful, end coming need not be alarmed. That the repairs -
as a
Three Months ................. 1.25 In the meantime the enthusiastic inhabitants sudden shock Shopping
In Advance. of the Florida metropolis to her family and on the drain would require
will have to worry along with "The friends, by whom she will be keenly about two days, and after that the

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 19H beer that made Milwaukee famous." missed. unusual condition would be remedied.
The funeral occurred
- - *** from her PLACEDuring
Rah for Volusia i! AVIATOR JOHNSON HOLDS RECORD home on Monday, February 16th. Sentinel want ads. are read. II I I
Rah for Osceola! Y .
.1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111Cash the week intend
o- Because of the confusion incidentto we

: Rah, for Seminole! the arrival of the trades displayat i to Loan to offer some extraordi-
o the fair grounds, the band concerts on
And a tiger for Orange! and the baseball game but little at- nary inducements, which we

a o tention was excited yesterday by Wal- shall put on sale from 7 a. m.
They all pronounce the fair the best ter E. Johnson in his Thomas biplane City PropertyReal
ever, and they are all right.o a 75 horse power machine to 12 o'clock noon. The care-

o which makes an average speed of 65 ful housewife, the thrifty.
4 you don't visit the fair grounds miles an hour. The flight was suc-
} ;... you will be doing a wrong-to your- cessful in every sense, the machine Estate bought and sold mother, the discriminatingbuyer

d.' self. attaining a height of a thousand feet. cannot fail to take ad'
0 Mr. Johnson is one of the youngestand for cash or on commission.
; The manner in which official Washington most successful aviators in this vantage ol the splendid price

pays tribute to a dead notableis country. He holds the endurance reductions.
by postponing a reception.The record of America, which he won at

o Bath, N. Y., November 1,- 1912, re- Dr. Here's some for a start:
exhibits at the fair are sur- maining in the air three hours and J.
prising to many visitors from other fifty-six minutes. At Syracuse, New
states who have little conception of York state fair, he won $3,000 in two Building, Upstairs.Accident. r A M. SPECIALSFancy
the resources and possibilities of the speed races and bomb dropping. Five iiiiiiMMiitMiiiiiiiMimmiiiitiiMMIMtHllilllHIIMIIIIII
-- -
section. They're good for home peo- machines entered and competed in _
ple to see to keep their pride and en- these contests. He has been flying I Colored Lawns and

thusiasm at bubbling point. for five years, starting when he was .. Batists in handsome new designs -

o nineteen. He taught Frank Burn- colorings and effects.
The brain of Alphonse Bertillon, side, who holds the American altitude Anis i
the man who invented the system of. .record of 13,982 feet,, to fly. He Bought' to sell at 15 and 20C
measurements for criminal identification also taught Charles Niles, the mono- I e
weighs two hundred grams more plane loop-the-loop champion, the Our A M Price lOc yd
than that of the average man. Most business. He is accompanied by C. A. likely to occur to anyone i j

men who read this would like to have Herrmann, an accomplished aviator, Laws
2000 yards Cluny
their brains weighed to see if theirs who is also his pupil, and Gaston at time. The i .
any Torchon
doesn't weigh as much as BertiHon's.o Fanet, a French youth of nineteen, Battenburg, Valen-

o who came over to learn the businessMr. is much. ciennes, etc., etc., Edges and
cost not
St. Augustine chamber of commerce Johnson worked with Glenn Cur- : Insertions--all widths. Bought
has a strong case of activity tiss, when that distinguished airmanwas I I
it is doing stunts. The organization; just beginning to fly. The camp Better see me. to sell up 65c yard

't has adopted a button, and the Record is inside the race track at the fair I II
fcfe prints it in two or three places, and grounds, and the men in charge take I, .I OnrAM.Pricel212cYARDS
the board is advertising for membersof pleasure in explaining the machine to : s. YwA :
the progressive kind. St. Augus any callers. Flights will be made -Plain and I
tine's example is a good one. Luck to every day until the fair closes. II II I I 1500 Striped Ratines,

k it. 11111.,1,1111111111111111..1111111111111111111111111 : Stiped Canvas Cloths, Polo
------ Serges
I Striped
4 St. Petersburg is getting all the INSTEAD OF DAY .till 11111 11111 11111 MMMttiitl 11111 11111 III II I" : Voiles, Ramie Linen, etc., etc.

thrills possible out of its hydro-aero- Beginning last night the street ...... I Bought to sell up to soc yd
planes. An A. Y. FULLER R. L FOX
aviator took an unpremeditated forces under Supt. Bennett began to I :

5 dive from a dizzy height a clean the streets at midnight, work- I Our A. M. Price 15c

few. days. .ago__a in full view of a steamer .ing until.. day. -Thus- the streets will THE PALMS AUTO CO : :
'' wiin excursionists. It was DC all clear and clean this morning, i
well worth the price of admission, and and this change in the program will ,
neither the machine nor the aviatorwas continue through the week. Becauseof REO MOTOR CARS :III Silk Crepe de Chine

hurt much. the crowded
condition of the
o streets ,it was impossible for the For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a x I (DOUBLE WIDTH) '

;k The president objects .to being street cleaners to do_any satisfactorywork full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good forceof I
z treated as a hot house plant. It is before midnight. I Beautifully soft and semi-, T
competent repair men. All our work is absolutely
sometimes hard for the sheer-in
individual occupying dainty colorings of I-

t he is the the office to remember that TANGO TEA POSTPONEDThe guaranteed. :: : Pink, Sky, Rose, Cerise, New
president. His health is
tango tea which was to take
: Blue and Varden
guarded -
closely not
so much for his place at the Rosalind club Thursday I
personal account as for the nation's. afternoon, the 19th, has been post- Bought to sell atc

The office swallows up the individual poned to the following Thursday, on THE PALMS AUTO CO : 75 ydOur
though it
destroy the person- account of this being fair week. The ..

ality. club rooms will be 'open tomorrow FULLER & FOX, Proprietors. :I ': A. M. Price 39c
-a afternoon with an informal receptionand I
They are telling a story about a cards. IMMmtMMMMtimillMIMIIIilllllMMHMIIiflDIAMONDS ( I

x certain Orlando young man who was t:. SILK RATINES
making regular calls on a schoolmistress I..
so regular, indeed, that when I
} 36 inches wide
he quit it was noticed by his young .

men friends, who asked him why he .. In the new Dolly Varden 4
had so suddenly ceased his calls."Couldn't .
effects on ground coloringsof
stand it "
any longer, he re-
plied. "The other evening when I ar- Navy and Kings Blue'

rived 15 minutes late, she told me Tan and Brown. Bought to

I must bring an excuse signed by my I sell at 125. t 1
i mother." ,
a IS OUR SPECIALTY t Our A. M. Price 89e

Mayor of Jacksonville Van Swear- JEWELRY. :
(No phone or mail orderson
ingen's friends are urging him to to)
come a candidate for congress against '
i Congressman L'Engle. It is said the .. .
mayor would not be averse to
ing the nomination if it came to accept him. NONE BUT OF BEST MAKE I urMillin ij an a .to.W ars

Maybe the mayor will permit us to You all well know that we carry the largest and : ,
give him a tip: it will never come to best selected stock of Diamonds, Jewelry, Watches,
K him. Any man who gets a nomina- Cut Glass, China and Novelties in the State, and the Are already proving eminently i-

tion these days has got to go out and price is undoubtedly attractive, for we pay direct from attractive. Pay a visitto

' hustle for it, fight for it, sigh for it, manufacturers. Finest Watch Repair Shop. Artistic :: our parlors. 'Tis an edu-
cry for it and all but die for it. Manufacturing of Jewelry.T.H.Evans .
o \ !.:- cation in itself.

Kissimmee spent $60,000 for brick -

paving, $22,000 of which amount went
to the railroad company for freight. Our Mail r er DepartmntIs e

On that basis, which is probably
about as low as it can be done, when
Orlando spends $200,000 for paving, a great help to our out of town ,customers,
there will be a freight bill of about I'I make use of it whenever you can. Samples on infor-

x $74,000, and when Orange county puts I- .mation cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.
up half a million dollars for brick !: Write for one ol our illustrated mail order cata-

roads, the railroads will get some- the Jeweler logues. We invite comparison values.
thing like $185,000 for freight bills.

This is perhaps nothing against the ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
railroads, as they haul the brick aboutas .

cheaply as they can afford to, but ra OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE ...-=- '3
it staggers the taxpayer to contem-
plate that half or three quarters of Orange Au. r'an' n
this large sum could be saved if some EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

wise head would find out to make the .,
F; brick right here on the ground. iitrrTHE
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j I Eating Pure Candy is More Than ai I FAVORITE THEATRE..j ': \ 7. ' : ; : - I : _' !"! : r:' ':', ; .

Mere Pleasure. Here's Why. M.I
t Open 9 a. m. to 10:30 P. |

t i Admission 5 cents '- J .
| Of course, hundreds of people all over the country AI"!

eat Candy just because they like Candy just to DGllDGDGllDCDOIIDGDGllDGDGllDG Special Sale 06Perfection

satisfy that desire for something sweet--and you al- Orlando Society Saw Races From I It I

so have done the same thing many times.If t Box and Auto
Orlando society was well represented :

we can convince you that pure candy is .... at the races yesterday afternoon, I I

healthful-is really beneficial from 'a food stand. and with one or two exceptions the I Oil HeatersThe I
boxes in the grand stand were filled, :
point, why then you'll realize that your money is well as were the seats on either side. :

spent when you buy Candy from our large assort Many out-of-town visitors were the :

guests of the owners of the boxes', '
and in the long lines of automobiles :
on both sides of the track were many : best Oil Heater on the market We

Orlandoites and their friends, with a : arejclosing: out the remainder of our stock at $3,39
number of parties from nearby towns. ,

BUTT'S KLNDY f KITCHEN[ The following list includes the oc- : $3.89. and 439. You need one now and the

cupants of the boxes, and those of the :

automobiles in the parkings. The : prices. are lower than good heaters were ever sold at.

The home of pure home-made Candies names of the host and hostess appear I
first, and are followed by those of :

their guests: :
Orange AvenueWADE Mr. and :Mrs. James I. Thornton, :

Mrs. Duffey, :Mrs. Roberts, :Miss Roberts I Big line of Blue Flame Oil Cookers. J. C

of Pittsburg, :Miss :Mamie Thorn- :
ton, :Mrs. Stewart of Bellevue, Pa. : Wimple window shades, cooking utensils, imported

:Mr. and Mrs. E. H. :McNeil and : furniture
China glassware etc.
children, Capt. Swinton, Miss Moore :
of Cuba, :Mrs. J. 0. Neill, Mrs. Albert I
WADE The home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Look of Massachusetts, :Mrs. A. T. :

THE TUNER Phillips, on Gould street, was the Salisbury of New York, Mrs. Florence : We furnish home complete.
ORLANDO, FLA. scene of a pleasant event on Monday Lewis, of Geneva, N. Y., Mrs. L. H. your
evening, February 16th, when their Lawrence, :Mrs. Irwin Dunn.

daughter, Rachel Ellen, was united in Ex-Governor G. L Shinn, Mr. and :

Miss Maud Hall, of Manassas, Va., marriage to :Mr. Frank Bryant Eaton. Mrs. J. S. Irving of Westfield, N. J., : THIRD FLOOR-Takc the Elevator.
of Mrs. R. P. The wedding march was rendered by Mr. Coudert, Mr. Lenox Gable of Bor-I
is the, attractive guest I
Mrs. Davis, a sister of the bride, and dentown, N. J.
L Johnson.Mr. the ceremony was performed by Rev. :Mr. S. B. Chalfant, Mr. and :Mrs. :
: and :Mrs. :M. E. Orth, of Ta-
Frank Parker, of Massachusetts, a Chas. McCormick and children of :
ares, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. winter resident of Orlando and friendof Uniontown, Pa., Mr. C. T. Chalfant of : .

H. Hazlett. the bride's parents. Relatives of Salem, Ohio, :Miss Mary Woodward I
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Rogers have this city, Winter Garden, from Mas- Chalfant. I

just arrived from Jacksonville andre sachusetts and visiting friends from Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bence of Bos- :

the guest sof Mr. J. Windh'am. Iowa were present to bid the happy ton, Mr. and :Mrs. Hathaway of Fall .

Ladies' hair dressing, massage, couple Godspeed.The River, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. L'Homme-I
Shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber house was prettily decorated dieu of Pennsylvania.Mrs. .

"-hop 1-2-tf with ferns, potted plants and cut Joseph Robbins of Pittsburg, :

Mr. and Mrs. T. Hawkins have ar- flowers. ,An informal reception was Pa., the Misses Robbins, :Mr. and Mrs. : Tl1 Y ll. ucltV1 rtl1
rived from Beallsville, Pa., for the held after-the ceremony, at which re- 0. H. Shaffer of Glenstown, Ohio, Col.I I I owe o

[ winter, and are located at the New freshments were served. Hunt of Youngstown, Ohio. I
| Lucerne. Many useful and valuable presentswere Mr. and Mrs. Stewart and child of :

I exhibited.Mrs. Fall ,River, Mass.
Mrs. Frank. Alford and daughter, I
Dorothy, of Detroit, Mich., arrived McHenry, of Iowa, rendered Mrs. Gearhard of Mineapolis, Mrs. :
several vocal selections.Mr. Sanfley of Lexington, Ky. Store
yesterday and are guests of Mrs. B. Orlando's Largest
M. Robinson.Mrs. and :Mrs. Eaton will reside in Mr. and Mrs. George :Moiford of :
their newly erected home, a short distance Pennsylvania, Mr. and Mrs. George :
: 0. B. Singletary arrived yes- northwest of the city limits. Nash of Pennsylvania, :Misses Nash. : "
terday from Sebring, Fla., and is the "Quality Did It.
:Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Dale, Mr. C. H.I I
guest of Mrs. J. M. Sellers on West
GOOD PICTURES AT THE GRAND Bryant, Mrs. N. W. Bryant of Wey- :
Central avenue during fair week. I
mouth, Mass. .
1 Mrs. Curtis, of Palatka, is spend- The best week of the season is :Mr. and :Mrs. Carol, Mr. and Mrs. :

ing a few days in town, having come ,what everybody who has visited the Waters of New York. I IIIIIIII'I'II'I'IIIIIIIIIII'I"'IIII"IIIIIIIIIII'III1.1.111 1111111111111111111

to see her granddaughter, Miss Louise Grand theater says. To, hear Billy Mrs. J. E. Turner, Miss Idamell
Curtis, who is one of the Cathedral Shirley sing reminds one of the old Patten of Allenton, Nev., Kenneth, :- .

school students. saying, "Wonders will never cease," Hattie and Hugh Turner. Crooks, Miss Grace Crooks, Miss Co-

Miss Mary Gilchrist has resignedher as the flexibility of his voice and the Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Allen, Mrs. rinne Dade, Miss Baron, Mr. Thomas '.,1111,11..1111.1.,1.11111111. 111111111111111 ,.

position in the office of County manner in which he changes it with :Myers, Mr. Frank Myers, Mrs. Fick- Crooks, Mr. Richard Crooks. :
Clerk B. M. Robinson, and will take a ease from a sweet soprano to a bari- ers of Carnegie, Pa. Mr. Jas. L. Giles, :Mrs. Ester Glenn, I

brief vacation visiting relatives at tone or tenor is simply marvelous, Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Taylor, Mr. and Miss Norma Gettier, Mr. and Mrs. A. : Cakes Cakes!

Bradentown before taking up a posi- and unless you were looking at the :Mrs. Lacer of Monroeville, Ohio. L Weathersbee. :
tion as cashier of the Dickson-Ives bill all the time you would be willingto Mrs. Fred Lord of Meadeville, Pa., Mrs. D. Lockhart, :Miss Corinne :

company. wager that you are listening to a :Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tibbetts of Chi- Lockhart, Miss Dolly Lockhart, Miss I I

Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Flippin and male baritone and a lady soprano. Ruth Lockhart.

Mrs. Taliaferro;, of Covington, Tenn., His character singing is the best that cago.Mr.: and :Mrs. Seth Woodruff, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Curry, Miss Susie : We have added a cake depart-i
f has been heard in Orlando in Magruder, Mrs. Voorhees, :Mr. and :
friends of Mrs. W. C. Person, are a long Wm. Brittain, Miss Peepsie Brittain.Mr.
' among the numerous happy and con- time. He will be heard at the Grand and Mrs. H. L Beeman, Mr. :Mrs. Jas. Magruder. I ment and will sell you any

tented visitors in Orlando. :Mr. Flip-I tonight. L A. Beeman, Mr. Edwin P. Beeman.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dann, Mrs. Mor- I:
pin is so favorably impressed with and Mrs. M. 0. Overstreet, ris, Miss McCallum, Carl Dann, Jr. ; amount you want. Try some

this section that he may invest and. SPEEDERS FINED Misses Hazel and Elizabeth Over- Mr. and Mrs. Wescott, Mr. D. H. : : of the following: Plain Raisin
Mr. and : ,
erect a winter home. Mrs. W. L Palmer, Carl Dann and t street. Richardson of Philadelphia,

Miss Dye, the art teacher at the i R. W. Hyer were fined a dollar each Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Davis, Master Mrs. Fred Carr. : : Citron, Marble, Lady, Oriental,
Cathedral school, announces that instruction -i and costs in police court yesterday Wm. Davis, :Miss Mildred Overstreet. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Happersett, Nut Rich.
in her department is open I morning for exceeding the speed limit Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lewis of Pitts- Miss Guilda Happersett, Mr. and :Mrs. I: : ,
Pa. Miss Eleanor Lewis. C. R. Happersett.
burg, ,
to the general public as well as to I I
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. L. Daley, Mrs. Mrs. H. H. Dickson, Mrs. L. B.I
members of the school. Arrange- :
i ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION Jas. S. McKean of Charleroi, Pa. Newman, :Miss Nell Newman, :Miss I I
ments may be made for instruction in Talbert.I
I The fifteenth of the Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Jones of Ethel Dickson, Mr. Harry
art jewelry, including elementarywork anniversary THE
in silver, and brass.: order of Knights of Pythias will be Pittsburg; Pa., Mr. and :Mrs. S. W. Dr. and Mrs. Lott. SANITARY GROCERY
, celebrated by Welcome Lodge No. 9, Murphy.Mr. :Mr. and Mrs. Thomas MaGuinn of :
I I Terms seventy-five cents an hour tf in their Castle Hall, on Thursday and Mrs. T. H. Thompson of Toledo, Ohio, Mr. Chas. Tiedtke, Miss CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
Eat what you want. night, February 19th, at 8 o'clock.A .
special jubilee service of unusual Brownsville, Pa., Mr. Ross Thompson, Alice Tiedtke.Mr. .
Eat all you want'Take interest will be rendered, interspersedwith Mrs. Campbell, :Mr. and Mrs. Wm. and Mrs. Martens.Mr. 200 6 & !4 E. Pine Street
a postscript and forget it. choice vocal and instrumental Barnard.Mr. Rogers, Miss Mary Rock, Mrs. :
For sale by all durggists. music and suitable addresses.
and Mrs. T. P. Grant of Pitts- Ralph.Yearby.Mrs. .
l7d&wlyrMr. Arrangements have been perfectedto .
Henry, representing our Cincin- make the occasion enjoyable and burg, Pa., Miss Lucy Todd, Miss Cora : John T. Fuller, Mr. and Mrs. CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
nati tailoring house, will be here all local and visiting Knights with Todd, Miss Anna Galey, Mr. and. Mrs. Frank Horton of Arcadia, Mrs. E. H. :
their ladies, are not only cordially invited Robt. Galey. Giles, :Mr. Sydney Newell, Miss Lois I flllliaiMMMMMMMMttMMMMIHIMIIMMIIKSSpecial
Thursday, Friday and Saturday of
but be
are urged'to present.
this week-with 500 full length sam- 2-17-2t Mr. and Mrs. S. Y. Way, Misses and Miss Dorothy Fuller, Master

ples of spring woolens. Come in and Helen and Margaret Way, Miss Ruby Dwight Horton.

leave your measure. The Yowell- NICE HOME FOR SALEA Neil Thompson.
r 2-17-lw Bargain for Some Person Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Pedrick of I
Duckworth Co. The new A. C. L depot at Clermontis
New house in good repair, paintedand Ocala, Fla., Mrs. J. F. Jones, Miss
papered, piazza and one screened. Grace Hansel of Pine Castle, Miss nearing completion.
FAVORITE THEATER Five acres in the lot. Young orange Bargains1Four
f and grapefruit grove of 325 trees Etta Pedrick, Master Clyde Pedrick.
just coming into bearing. 100 peach Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lagerroth.Mrs. LUTHER THE FLORISTCut
Admission 5 cents to all-always. trees, 8 Japanese persimmon trees,
: Kate Wright, Mr. and Mrs.
Show commences at 9 a. m. and roses and shrubs in front yard. Good Flowers
Gordon Wright, Miss Augusta Beier.
water. Situated on clay road to Pine
runs continuously to 10:30 p. m.
"Rob Castle, near Drennen Station. Also :Mrs. W. L. Palmer, Mrs. L H. ROSES, VIOLETS, Passenger Cadillac $350
Program for today: Roy,
10 acres on the clay road, suitablefor Fiske, Miss Nancy Wood, Prof. For-
the famous Scotch war drama. A grange and grapefruit trees or CARNATIONS, PANSIES,
rest Dabney Carr, Mr. Wm. Oelrichs
three-reel future by the celebrated gardening. Any one wanting a Flor- 1-Five Passenger Hudson $500
Eclair Universal Players. ida home will do well to call at Ias- of New York city. POTTED PLANTS
sachusetts Villa." Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Keller, Mrs.J. J

A. D. TURNER. E. Farris, Mrs. S. P. McDowell, These cars are in good shape, good
Mrs. Louis Dolive,
TEN YEARS IN ORLANDO Mr. 0. F. Branham, Miss Mary Good Wood $1.50 tires and ready to run.
The executive committee meets at Chiropodist for both men and WOe
Branham, Miss :Mable O'Neal, :Mr.
t the court house this morning at 11 men.scalp massage.Manicure,Feet pedicure a specialty., face and L Jake T. Branham.Mr. Better>> Wood $2 and $2.25

o'clock to nominate a successor to the J. Mustard, 117 Orange avenue, over and :Mrs. 0. G. Hall, Mr. and
f late county solicitor, L: G. Starbuck.Jos. Curtis & O'Neal's store. 2-6-lm Mrs. A. W. Cary. Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75 San Juan Garage Co.

H. Jones and W. L. Tilden are Mr. and Mrs. Crooks, Miss EloiseOSTEOPATHY won't last
This long
candidates.WM. Eat what you want. ,
Eat all you want. Stock up while you can. All Night ServiceAJAX
Take a postscript and forget it.
SMITH DESPERATELY ILL For sale by all druggists.

l-7-d&w.lyi Orlando Wood Yard
William Smith, former president of] DR. J. C .HOWELL TIRES don't cost any more and are guar

city council, is desperately ill He LOST-Bunch of keys, on Tuesda r Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointment! 104 W. Pine St. anteed for five thousand miles.1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111I .
was seized with hiccoughs Friday, night, at fair grounds; taggedR. j[ No extra charge,for house treatment
A. Patten. Please return to Sar B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietoriiiiiiiii
and has grown gradually worse. Re- Juan hotel and receive reward: Telephone connections
ports of his condition are alarming. 218.2t Office cor.\0range and Central Area

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IMMIIimiliimiMIIMMIIIHIIIimMIMIIIIIIIII $1,000 Buys a five-room house and I AUTO TRUCK FOR SALE at a price 1 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1911111111111111111111111111111111t
a lot within one block of Lake Eola. you can afford to pay to own it.)
See Frank Soper, Room. 3, McNeill &I 311 North Orange avenue. 1-27-tf
Davis Bldg. 2-18-10t I .
i FOR SALE 5California
I An elegant modern home; four bedrooms It ..
Loquats (Japanese plums), best ; two bath rooms; gas and elec- :: .
fruit for jelly and preserves. Phone tricity throughout; fruit trees and I.
Arrivals jr write your orders. banana flowers. 509 East Central avenue. : Bungalows
c plants, in any size or quantity. Writer 2-15-tf IIII
phone your orders to John Murphy, i ;
i Schenley Place, Orlando. Phone 322. III.I.: Fine Location. Large Lot ,
Ratines, Eponges, Crepes Poplins, Terry M3-lw FOR REm .

= Cloth, Lawns in the latest colors. Ladies FOR SALE AT A BARGAINFORTEN : Only one left to sell ,

Home Journal Patterns at five-room house DAYSA and lot; bath FOR furnished.RENT-5-room See Frank house Soper, ,partly Room Four built and sold in less than 3 months.

and modern conveniences; hot andcold 3, McNeill & Davis Bldg. 2-18-10t
water, and electric lights. House Best values ever offered in Orlando

McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT comparatively new. For price, call atNo. FOR RENT-Large attractive room ,
411 Boone street Telephone 364. in new bungalow. 203 Ridgewoodavenue. Price $2 750
Ml-6t 2-4 tf

1 STORE FOR SALE FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms I.I' Inspect No. 5 today.An .

Five-room bungalow; three spacious in new home, close in; electricity, -
piazzas; sleeping porch, and all mod- gas, bath, fireplace in large front : ideal all year round home-at a low price.
i 128 S. Orange Ave..1111111111111'11111111111111111111111111111111'1111'I. ern improvements. 506 Lexington St. room; hot water. 114 East Jackson t
street. 2-17-3t 11

THIRTY ACRES high, fine round \:
t timber; cut over once; three acres FOR RENT-Large, well furnished I
cleared and planted in orange and room to persons wishing suburban ,
grapefruit; lake front and beautiful\accommodations; also 2 acres good
location for a home; one mile and a truck land, close in. Good .opportunity -
;quarter from Ocoee. $800. A. M. for right person. Address A," 306 Anderson StreetBASEBALL

\Clarke, Ocoee, Fla. 1-28-tf i..Sentinel. 9-8tf
The furniture for the new postoffice
building in Brooksville has arrived 1'4I Miimnf ninMimiMiMiimitMimiiiiimi'
and Postmaster Keathley hopes to be I
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able to move into the new building
r some time this week. The new office See Corner !
Notices of Lost. Wanted, For Sale, For
and furniture furnish a long felt want lent[ etc.. for this column 25c for one day
in that town.Excessive hoc for three days, or $1.00 for one week. for
!5 words or less. Money must accompany
the advertisements for this column a* no Lake and Anderson
insertions will be made on credit
rains of the past few

days have caused a slump in the receipts FOR SALE Columbia College


Plant City. Two hundred and sixty- Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, vs.

'five thousand six hundred and sev- on Court street.: 12-5-tf Rollins

enty-two quarts of berries have been IIIIIIIIIII College
shipped from there this season. FOR SALE-Good cypress row boat
for sale. In good condition. Apply --- .

Vegetable shipments going out over

the Sarasota branch of the Seaboard SEE H. H. WITHERINGTON for a pretty home on Conway clay I WANTED-Good stenographer few
{ line have been quite heavy the past bargain in a winter home at Apopka, road; choice land, at bargain price. hours each week. Dr. J. Taylor, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16THAT
week. A double header with sixty- Orange county, Florida. See R. B. Perry, at Water Works. Rock Bldg., upstairs. 2-15-3t
2-13-6t-ltw 2-15-10t 3 P. M.
nine refrigerator cars required i
was LOST-Cameo bracelet. Suitable reward -
y to carry one day's shipments and was FOR SALE-600 acres of high grade FOR SALE if returned to No. 5 West
citrus land 2 miles facing Orlando
followed by a fast freight of fifty- and Oakland; brick road, and 2 1-2 Six hundred acres timber land, and Livingston avenue. 2-15-3t ORLANDOTUESDAY
two cars the next day-St. Augus- miles on lake shore. S. S. Griffin, ten acre orange grove, with two miles LOST: Between Presbyterian _church#!'
tine Record.S. Orlando, Fla. of lake shore, near Winter Garden, and Gore avenue, coral and pearl;
one of the greatest trucking and if returned' FEBRUARY 17TH
Liberal reward
brooch. j ,
FOR SALE-Five passenger ,Overland citrus e i-irs iFf ridTh orange to Dickson & Ives. 2-17-2t I
S. H. Gaitskill has just sold to the automobile; owner has to return crop: will pay interest on the whole AT 10:30 A. M.
Reddick Ice and Packing company North. See Edmund Hugill, investment. Terms. S. S. Griffin, I WANTED-An experienced Japanese : i
thirty-three head of bacon hogs from Room 9, McNeil & Davis Bldg., cor- owner, Orlando, ,Fla. 2-5 cook would like position in private First Series of Intercollegiate Championship of Fla. \
family. Inquire at Sentinel office. :
ner Orange avenue and Church street. \
It his farms near here, which averaged 2-17-3t FOR SALE 2-15-10t t
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over 225 pounds each. H. D.Wood I Fresh Jersey cow, third calf; per-
15th, bar ,
EXCHANGEWill and free milker. Can LOST-February long pin ..
fectly gentle,
: also sold the same firm a few weeks colored gold. Egyptian head of red
;r; before fifty head of hogs of about the exchange a fine improved farmof Osteen be seen, at Altamonte Oak Knoll Springs farm., Fla.Fogg & coral in center. Return to Eola Cot- .1'11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111" '.
160 in Minnesota for bear- Reward. 2-17-3t
same average. Farmers are realizing acres a 1-31-tf tage. :
ing not too far from Orlando.
y more each year the advisability of Describe grove what you have and address, LOST Between Metodist church : Estate Agents, Investors and HomeseekersATTENTION
'raising more food animals and the ,"Exchange," care Sentinel. 2-12-lw FOR SALE and Lucerne theater, or probably in I '
growing of feed for them in connection I Forty-acre farm, located near Con- the theater, on February 4th, an : !
Most all under
way. amethyst brooch. Return to Sentinel I
with their vegetable farm.-Mc- estate in Orlando or' close by, Lake Good soil. Public road'on two sides. office. Reward. 2-15-tf : I offer for $1,900 two-story, six-room cottage, with
Intosh Note in TimesUnion.At on one corner. Seven acres of .
a large ice cream factory and bakery,I orange and grapefruit trees, all in rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, north.
with retail, LOST-Sabel Collie dog, white breast
-brine store freezer, all, cement modern storage equipment -' fine condition. Well fenced. and white streak between eyes. : Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also

a recent meeting of the Lees- tanks and sales of six !o eight hun- Also, lots, two minutes walk off Kindly return to Mrs. W. L. Lewis I' six-room bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special

burg city council an advertisement of dred gallons per week, all sold in town Orange Apply to avenue W. H., filled Hazlett with, 614 fruit N.trees.Or- and receive reward. 707 E. Central heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy base-

4 bids was authorized to be opened on where made, which is one of the best ange avenue, Orlando, Fla. 2-18-lw avenue. 2-17-3t ment, wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or

the 24th inst. for a little more than suitable summer business towns on for Lake Michigan; a NOTICE furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery.
r having
three miles of cement sidewalks. It winter business in the persons South. Any a FOR SALE House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These

is expected that actual work in lay- person interested can see interior pho- Pure Georgia cane syrup, in any Notice is hereby given that the Cityof lots connect at the corners, with rose house between. I
ing these walks will begin .by the tographs of this place, by addressing quantity. Also Georgia seed peanutsof Orlando, Florida, will on January 1, offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission.
J. S. Colvin, Orlando, Fla. 2-4-tf early and late varieties. Will havein 1915, pay off with interest to that
j middle of March, and when once be- few days variety of seed corn; also date, bonds numbered 7, 8, 9, 10, 19 Open to all. .- "_"-V A.t" ? .tL.. ..i.
gun will be rapidly rushed to com ple-J i I GIVE YOU A DOLLAR Georgia smoked meat in hams, mid- 'and 20, of the City of Orlando seven
.; tion. This amount of walks, in addition -j I dlings and shoulders. Headquartersat per cent. bonds, issued July 1, 1892, E. N. COY
W. R. King's, 47 West Church according to the provisions made for
to those already laid, will give If one bottle Davis' Sage and Sulphur
I street, the cheap cash grocer. redemption in said bonds.
Leesburg some six miles of splendid I Hair Remedy fails to remove dan- Yours with thanks, Dated February 11, 1914. 307 \Vest St., NorlbOrlando
sidewalks. druff or stop falling hair. Estes Pharmacy "The CARL
Georgia Man, JANSEN, City Clerk. f
sells and
guarantees it 7-lw 2-13-tf W. E. POWELL. 2-12-1m HHIIMIMMItMtHlttlllHttttMMtmimi

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

;, :.. low prices : .

_,, Opaque Shades Regular 60 Cents Kind, Now 35 Cents. .

'-'.f,.. , National Springs, Regular Price $4,50, Now $2.95. "

': 'di' :';; Good Full Size Mattress, $3.50 Kind, Now $1.75. ; ,

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

.:I"-; We have never IS been known to have been undersold .

i .; *" : by any one and never intend to. ',' Ji'

Remember the place, Cor. Main & Pine Sts. ':

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Today's Program.

Claude\Summers "The.Minstrel Man and Amoise," (The Dainty Come-

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

Afternoon Admission' 5c; Night 5 and tOe
; ; Seats on sale Estes Pharmacy, Thursday, Feb. 19.

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TO TELEPHONE PATRONSTo After all is said and done, it is the 1 Warman Repairs and Retires Baby 4 1 1",11",1.1",1.,1",1,1
newspaper that gives a town life. It I Carriages on Court street. 12-5-tf For -Sale
relieve the congested conditionof supplies daily information from the j
telephone service, when the fire outside world that enables a community W. T. ENTRICAN, THE MARKETOf
alarm is given, operators will not be to build properly and perma- $2600. Thirteen fine buildinglots. :
permitted to answer any questions'as nently on the right foundations. It Painter and interior decorator. New Good location. Some .
ideas and old
to location of the fire,the time of day, acquaints its readers daily with the Expert workmen ones employed., too. Fhone 636. with lake fronts. : Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
and such other inquiries not pertaining elements of real progress. It gives 1-21-lm .
to regular telephone service.In life, civic interest and social interdependence -' $3,500 Beautiful New Seven- :
case of sickness, fire or other that contribute to municipal Now's the time to subscribe. Every- room residence, modem : AND SALT MEATS
emergencies, the employees of this solidarity. It feeds civic pride and body's doin it. in every respect. Cornerlot I FISH AND GAME
company will extend aid to subscribers nourishes commercial rivalry. The and close in. :
concerned in rendering ,assistance I city is the life of the newspaper; the I I Ii : Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
$5500. Modem Lake Eola home
or obtaining information when' newspaper is the life of the city. One i ;
Dr. BucKmaster extra fine large lot. : Everything screened from the flies, and fresh
Consistent with the performance of can not grow without the other.ELCash away kept

heir regular duties. It is under- $1800. Fine large lot with beau- and pure.
tood the services are given as all ac- Registers. Warman fixes 'em tiful view of Lake Lu-
ommodation for which the company on Court street. 125tfLadies' Osteopathic Physician cerne. We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

.nnot assume responsibility of any 132 Orange Avenue everything in the Meat Line.
ture. $7500. Eleven-acre grove; 800
hair dressing, massage,
If your telephone does not work or Aampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber Next door to People's Bank, full bearing trees and a
you have any complaint to make, call Shop. 1-2-tf up-stairs. Acute and chronic variety of other fruits. The PARLOR MARKET
I No. 85, or report in person or by mail diseases treated.Telephone Splendid lake front and
'to the Manager,who will be in his of- on hard road near town.A .
fice from 8 to 12 a. m and 1 to 4 p. m. If your paper is not delivered 578. big bargain.Cooper H. M. Self & Co.
Do not report troubles or make complaints promptly,don't fail to notify the office:

to the switchboard operators. & AthaGround PINE -
------------- STREET .
They have troubles of their own. MiMmiiiHMiitttttiitiHMHiimiiMiniHiitiThe '
If you wish any information concerning I Phone No. 80
Opp. Postoffice
the name or telephone numberof
a subscriber who is not listed in AltamonteALTAMONTE Phone No. 311 111"1'11,1,11,11,1",1,1,1,1.11,111111111"1,
the directory, call central and ask for

"INFORMATION" who will be gladto SPRINGS, FLORIDA.A .
give you the information desired.
switchboard beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlandoor: A. C.L minimum " " " " "mimimiiimminmiiiiinnmnW.
Don't ask the opera
time R.R.) Come out and getthe best dinner served in inte- .
tors questions. They haven't to
rior Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the .
without neglecting
answer you most beautiful and healthful location in Florida, on
j subscribers. high ridge between two lovely 'lakes, 40 acres In parks.
And finally please call by number.It Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc. M. SLEMONSNew
facilitates operation wonderfully.fB Hotel has 500feet broad piazza. All modeen Improve- .
ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests.
218. w-s. Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet.

GEO. E. BATES & SON, Proprietors Arriving 'DailyWe '

Pine Castle, Fla., Feb. .-Miss
Florence Ogden, of Livingston, Mass.,I [Summer Resort"The Grand,"Mount Vernon, N. H.ttMMimillttitllMMttttMtttMMIilltlMtMIIMfl.

who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs.C. .
C. Hall,has returned home. y
Mrs. Roy Narler and Miss" Ollie HlltlttMIIIMIIIIMMIMIMMIMIIMMMMMtlHt

Hansel were up from Lakeland over sell high grade Men's' Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
This week's register at the Lake. ... made by Schloss Bro&, of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.Elliott's . .
view Inn shows the names of A. B. Suits "Lord Baltimore" brand.
Boys' Table Linen and Towels.
Herndon, Atlanta, Ga.; J. C. Grant, ..i
Boston,Mass.; Louis 1.Condest,West- Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
field, N. J.; Fred. E. Welman, Los
I Angeles, Cal.; D. B. Carter and Miss OLIVE( Oil & Co. Best place in the city to trade.

Mary Carter, Toledo, Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. L. McCraney were :
home from Altamonte Springs on

The Christian Workers of the Un :
ion Chapel, held a social Saturday I I IThe
night in the school house. AVENUEllllllillimiiMUJIMillllilllilllllliiMMtltl
Mr. Henry A.'Fuller spoke at Un- Olive Oil we sell is guaranteed

ion Chapel Sunday. A splendid pro- to be absolutely pure, of Virgin Quality ... 'Mitt
of music was also given.
gram and U made from Selected Olives'grown
The W. C.T. U. people are expected
to give an entertainment here soon, on the Italian Riviera. This
this will be in connection with the is the finest grade of Olive Oil possible -

Baptist C. T. U.Ladies is needed Aid in Society.Pine Castle The and W. to produce, therefore highly recommended .i ====="",,,,,,i! !; ,: I=IIIIIIIIIu,, =,,un.

should have been at work here long for medicinal and tableuse. .
ago. Mrs. S. Frank Phillips, a life- I .11111111111111.
long memeber of the W.'C. T. U. in

Ohio, will probably be at the head Per Pint, 50 cents.
of the organization in Pine Castle. I
Per Quart, $1.00. Orlando
NO LONGER A READER.An Per Gallon, $3. 0.DeLaney . .. ', J.
exchange received a letter last
week from the widow of one of its Water & Ti'htC.
subscribers telling how much they ap
preciated the paper, but asking thatit .
be discontinued for the reason that
r her husband was "dead and does not Electricity
care for it any more" Strange what "

trivial incidents will sometimes cause Gas Water Ice
people to lose interest in the thingsfor I
which they usually cared,thought:
fully remarks the Utica Enterprise.To .
Officet-No.<; 18 West CentralJAvenue '

advertise now is to cravenette & AbernethyDRUGGISTS .
yourself against the inevitable rainy :
Telephone No. 6
day that comes in every business. It's :
"putting prestige in the bank." .

ORLANDO, FLORIDA.jiHinmiHiiiiiimiiiiiiiMiiiMiiMiMmiiiii. ..

<\, best The printed Sentinel daily is in the Central newsiest Florida.and ... MHIHItMtillllMIM ::IIIIIIIII: : :: '

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I 'it 'I IIII';, I ;ItNnlh; IIIIiN 41,11, NII IiII; Mi l lp'Na'' Mip; ''p r
Lord James Helpers, London, Eng.
_." .' ; Heloise Von Baronne, Paris.C. .
1 : 't"Y. c B. Lawson, Brattleboro, Vt.
As .' J. C. Glendening, Geneva, Ind.
W. L. Dolive and wife, Orlando. -- JVItSllTO7tSr
Charles G. Wescott, city.
J. L. Norman, city.
Mrs. J. P. Taylor, Orlando.
T1IESIATEBANROFOKIMDO Leland Roberts, Orlando.D. '
t N. Dittmar, Bedford, Pa. .i" : :
Mrs. J. A. Dunaway, Orlando. .
Lorraine MacAfee, Davenport, Ia. !
Miss Sara A. Smith, Orlando.Mr. .
and Mrs. Frank Tibbits, Sara- And llesidsnts
toga Spa, N. Y.
Ida Austin, Orlando. .
:Mrs. G. M. Yancey, Orlando.
Mrs. Luna Corlett, Auburndale, Fla. i Lock your valuables] in cm vault] _--
Mrs. A. H. Corlett, Warrensville, 0.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Page Laughlin,
Leesburg, Va. during the Fair, v/s v/ill] care for
Mrs. J. B. Strawbridge, Duxbury,

LONG ESTA LI5H EDSAfE.CONSERVATlVE.ACCONMODATING Mass.Mr. and :Mrs. James Laughlin, Jr., : Shorn for you v/ifii phasuro anti

Zellwood, Fla.
Mrs. James Laughlin, III., Orlando.J. without ==
S. Irving,.Westfield, N. J charge..
r Mrs. Martha Righter, Monongahela -
W. Va. .
Mrs. E. E. Tetrick, Worthington, I .

Vt. .. 4k
William Johnson, Salem, N. J.
{: Is the cherished ambition of many a young man. The Mrs. B. B. Clark, Orlando. "IT IS A 4 l I

best the funds for home is Mrs. Ch'as. Reblum, Pittsburjr, Pa.
way to acquire a to start an Chas. W. Davis, Derry, N .11.
Mrs. B. E. Haley, Kissimmee, Fla. PLEASURE
account now with the STATE BANK OF ORLANDO,
Mrs. W. S. Thornton, Sanford, Fla.

-1 and deposit a certain sum from your income each week.It Mrs. D. D. Hunter, Winter Park. -
Miss A. M. B.
Metzger, Wilmington TO SERVE
will soon increase at Compound Interest. N. C.
S. V. Bunting, Wilmington, N. C.
Mrs. H. B. Myers Orlando. .
Four per cent. interest paid on Savings Accounts. Emily Nash, Pittsburg, Pa. : V

Mrs. Geo. Nash, Pittsburg, Pa.
Elizabeth Nash, Pittsburg, Pa. .
i Mrs Geo. Myford, Monongahela,
a, W. Va.
Helen W. Starbuck, Orlando. -
Norma Borman, Sioux City, Ia. G =
Mrs. Chas. Borman.Sioux City, Ia. Staies I))
s1 Mrs. J. F. Shands, Fort Myers, Fla. pos tary
W. H. Caswell, Bradford, Pa.
Dr. R. M. Buckmaster, Orlando. I
Mrs. T. J. Thompson, Astoria, Ill. I
1 # Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Walden, Cyn- r
thiana, Ky. iEI
ton, Mass.
Mrs. C. M. Barnum, Canton, Mass. -- -- _
ATTRACTIVE EXHIBITS title Miss Lillian M. Harper Jackson- I uI, I I ilnlry '/ ''l I I {I Ill 4 j' f Ir ICI I (III i I, II',I ( III I I ''ll 0'l{ ul II 1 Q I II I I'I IVI'' 'a., I II I( I'I, 1 Ci ,I I'I' a r ''ii ill" ' ' '?', Ilq'PI --
"Women's Civic League. Child's ville Fla. 'I. I II ,I HII III'//I' Il ili, I I i l { I III II II II I 'I'I III I III II ';'' 1,Ij I (fi II i I It I ,, INII1 rylllI{ rll'II I i If7', II R? Ikdli!!I I' / I IIIII II'IiiGGGr I'I Iqj III h, II '1, II p I II
MAKE FAIR BEST IN HIS- Welfare." Mr., J. L. Beaman, Kissimmee, Fla. I I: I In I I I,. .I./{;/Ii II ll 1 I III I I j II'I I II I I I:I IIIIII I I I IIII I I I I I.I I I III i I,II Y I I:I{I I I:,I I I III I I IIII I I I, .I 'll l lit f IIIIH'a) IIIIIII I I IIU I r 11111' ,l a"' l,Nllit I I IIIIIII'I II, "I I,I I IIII I I1 dllhglllI I' I I I..(IIII I Ip! :!I I II I IW I I 111 I ,I I li I I IIII II I i I NI I'I I I I lNII IIIh I : uq I i II 1 I.(:I 1 I, :r}N I j!,,XI{,I I NNIIGII I I!I f j I Idlll!l tl'l I/I I I'I'''I h I.I i,LJ lll dl I IfII INtllll hIli,n II,anu I'''li dIP(h

,- TORY OF COUNTY Some scales with a basket thereonare Mrs. J. L. Beaman, Kissimmee, Fla.

in readiness for a first weight Wm. Bailey, West Brownsville, Pa.

(Continued from First Page.) record, while a daintily equipped cra- vile Mrs., Pa.Wm.- Bailey, West Browns- and Mrs.Orlando.Louis S. Dolive, Kentucky and IF. II lOI

the best. His display is mostly of dle, carriage and high chair are Mrs. Lena B. Garvin, Hartford, Orlando.H. .
hay,. His place is just three miles among* the furnishings seen, together Conn. 0. Anderson, Cogswell, N. D.
: east of Orlando, and on it he has pro- with a complete outfit of clothing Mrs. D. G. Phelps, Hartford, Conn. Mrs. H. 0. Anderson and Marie
made from the best Mrs. R. H. Blakeslee, Hartford, Anderson, Cogswell, N. D.
duced following
hay adapted to baby's need. A baby's Conn. Mrs. M. H. Dowd, Guilford, Conn.

forages: Rhodes, Para, Natal, Bermuda picture in blue and white adorns the Hall Jones, Hartford, Conn.J. Mrs. W. B. Williams, Brockport,

meadow, beggarweed, cowpeas, back of the booth. W. Thimblebee, Portland, N. Y. N. Y. ,
1 crab, corn husk, guinea, corn fodder, The committee on sanitation is bus- A. B. Dunbar, Centerville, Ind. Mrs. Mary Fickes, Carnegie, Pa.
Mrs. Jesse Allen, Burns, Tenn.
straw, Johnson, sorghum. This 'ily distributing literature this Almeda Dunbar, Centerville, Ind.
rye Mr. Denning, Winter Park, Fla. Mrs. S. P. McDowell, Danville, Ky.
interesting exhibit is in the far corner ing tracts aptly called "The Fly*, J. S. Middleton, Trenton, N. J. Adam Steffee, Lanesville, Pa.
of the north wing of the main build- fighter" and "Kill Flies, Save Lives." W. 0. Willard, Harvard, Mass. Fred J. Carr, Richmond, Ind.
ing. Mr. Parry came to Florida from Mrs. Campbell is in charge of this J. W. Clarke, New Castle, Pa. Mrs. Fred J. Carr, Richmond, Ind.
Alice Carr Richmond Ind.
Miss ,
Mrs. Geo. C. Keller ,
Y Milwaukee three years prior to the booth, her assistants being Mrs. Mc- Mrs. Joe.E. Farris, ,Danville Orlando., Ky. D. R. Richardson, Philadelphia, Pa.
big freeze and lost everything by that Ewan and Mrs. T. H. Evans James W. Lilly, Mayor, Kissimmee, Mrs. D. R. Richardson, Philadel- i11
catastrophe. Though he has a grove Audubon Society Booth Florida. phia, Pa.Maud 1 ltht
now he devotes much of his time to The Audubon Society bas a very at- Frank J. Reed and wife, Richmond, Enlow (Illinois), Rollins Col-
Park Fla.
lege, Winter ,
=r, general farming. He has many other tractively arranged booth, the color Ind.H.. W. Whitney and wife, Philadel- Irene Thoren (Illinois), Rollins College (
products on display, including cassava scheme green and white, graceful phia, Pa.Hugh Winter Park, Fla. ;
and pineapples.The sprays of asparagus fern being very T. Reed,.Chicago, Ill. Pauline Ayres (Ohio), Rollins Col- :
Mrs. J. D. Ross, Statham, Ga. lege, Winter Park, Fla. .
Negro Building effectively used over white back- II
J. F. Lewis, West Brownsville, Pa. Robt. J. Plack (Illinois), Rollins
A visit to the Negro building is ground. B. M. Sims, Ocoee, Fla. College, Winter Park) Fla.
well worth while. The building is in The ,name of the society in large :M. W. Barger, Cleveland, Ohio. Florence A. Lewis Geneva, N. Y.

1 charge of J. A. Colyer. First to claim green letters on'a white sign board C. C. Tatom, Jacksonville, Fla. C. B. Bailey, Orlando. If you want a watch tHat you
C. B. Orlando.A.
the attention of the visitor is the ex- prepares the visitor for the display Winter Geraldine Park,Clark Fla. Rollins College, P. Butman Bailey, Lawrence, Mass. can be proud of-carry a

hibit made by the Robert Hungerford !' here found which, together with the Katherine Gates, Rollins College, Mrs. J. A. Rusk, Charleston, W. Va. I WalthamWatchThe D '
's' Normal and Industrial School for Ne- literature freely dispensed, is intended Winter Park, Fla.J. Mrs. W. E. Gore, Orlando.
Eatonville to aid the H. Hill, Rollins College, Winter Mrs. Earle Gore, Orlando.A. V Waltham has been awarded
groes, at Orange county, work of this organization -I Park, Fla. A. Martin, Reidsville, Ga.
tf six miles from Orlando. This school along e'ducationallines. Most of Mae Pettis, Madelia_ Minn. Miss Myrtice Martin, Reidsville, Ga. highest honors at every Interna-
was founded fifteen years ago by R. our people who now aid in the ruth- Mrs. I. B. Yates, Orlando. C. F. McQuaig, Orlando. tional Exposition and has taken
r C. Calhoun and his wife, the former less slaughter of birds by purchasing Mrs. Alvina Sebring, Metamora, 0. Mrs. E. G. Duckworth, Orlando. D every Gold Medal offered in

being dead his wife continues the the many ornaments made from Carrie E. Pence, Metaraora, 0. Jackson Billy Duckworth Byrd Orlando., Orlando. America since 1875.
Mrs. R. C. Blissfield
L work. She is in charge of the school them for millinery purposes, would Miss Mollie Sebring Story,,Chuluota.,Fla Mich. Mrs. S. Belch, Orlando. "Its Time You Owned a W llMm.M

display and takes pride and pleasure resolutely refuse to wear such if J. W. McLeish, Hamdon, Ohio. Mrs. M. F. Martin, Melbourne, Fla. Don't buy a watch before UHtiag -
r in showing visitors through the dis knowing what suffering is entailed in J. M. Scott, Hamdon, Ohio. Mrs. Maria Blair, Hiram, Ohio. cent with of Waltham os. Complete Watcbci assort-ia i3

play. She is a middle-aged, neat,well procuring these; hence the constant Mr. Shin R. D. Lewter, Oviedo, Fla. :Mrs. Anna C. B. Steller Halsall,Louisville Philadelphia.Miss Ky.J. . grades.Allen.
C. J. Teare, Cleveland, Ohio.
informed and decidedly capable ne- effort of the Audubon Society to pro- D. H. Poling, Philippi, W. Va. Harvey Miller, North Weymouth, .
gress. The school has 109 students, tect the birds through spreading information Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hickman, Mass. D & Co. ,
Mrs. Albert Simonson.
78 of them boarding pupils. Fourteen regarding the cruel meth- Clarksburg, W. Va. Miss Loretta Simonson.
W. L. Gorsline, Millers Mills N. Y. '. ,
teachers are employed at the school. ods long in vogue.In A. M. Callis, Milan, Mich. Mrs. John Adams, Orlando. JEWELERS ,

The school plant contains 340 acres, this booth are many colored pic- Mrs. A. M. Callis, Milan, Mich. Mrs. H. H. Dennison, LaGrange, 1 Everything Guaranteed. '
about fifty acres of which is under tures of birds, with these being some Mrs. J. M. Ceas, Milan, Mich. Ind.Mrs.
Geo. D. Dennison Orlando.
cultivation and in use. There is a hand painted pictures made by Or- R cams, Milan, Mich.T. :Mrs. J. G. Walker, Orlando., Reliable Repairing.
farm lando school children. Henry Callis, Milan, Mich.C. .
grove, a dairy carpenter Will Fisher
Demorest, Ga.
t and saw mill, print shop and tailor Mrs. Isaac Vanderpool, of Maitland, R. M. Fisher, Demorest, Ga. TRADES DISPLAY PARADE FEATURED ." '. .
shop, an electric plant, laundry, and 'is our Florida state secretary, and Nelson Scott and wife, Dana, Ind. FAIR OPENING
cannery. The girls are taught all the Mrs. Haden is the local secretary Thos. B. Segar, Hope Valley, R. I.
Arthur Butt Orlando.
domestic arts, upholstering, basketry, here, these ladies having the principal Florence Butt, Orlando. (Continued from page 1)

and mattress making, and the displayof oversight and arrangement of the Thomas Butt, Orlando.J. State bank to be Orlando's oldest and bJ Ii' d]

their products is in every sense booth, :Miss Kittie Vanderpool :Miss R. Irvin, Orlando.J. largest bank. \ =OJ:
creditable. The manual training de- Nora James and Miss Louise Calvert Orlando.A. Jackson, Bushnell, IlL, and The Phillips Manufacturing com-

\ partment has exhibits of mission andY being efficient helpers. Mrs. J. A. Jackson, Bushnell,V Ill., pany showed a work shop equipped of!Ia
cane bottom chairs which measure up and Orlando. with the famous Phillips wood work a good representation in miniature lIMIMMItMlttittltttfMSupfi

to the standards of good furniture.The ROLLINS DEFEATS COLUMBIAIN J. F. Adams, Kittery, Maine.\ machinery.The machine shop, having a gasoline I!:
J. H. Brink, Charleston, N. H. engine running and workmen engaged
SECOND works
Hopper academy of Sanford, GAME Orlando novelty were
Mrs. Ash Smith, West Brownsville, activities. Auto ml
in their usual
and Johnson academy of Orlando, the next with a decorated float.

negro public schools, have fine exhibits The baseball game between Rollins Pa.Mrs.. S. E. Ives, Jr., Orlando. The Suffrage float represented Three pairs of iron gray horses

of map drawing, examination pa- college and Columbia college, which Mary Elizabeth Ives, Orlando. Justice surrounded by the ten states drew the float of the Orlando public
and other Ethel took at the fair 0. F. Boyd, Pagaton, W. Va.. in which schools. The vehicle was arranged so
,pers school work. ; place grounds yester- H. Earle Vick. and one territory justiceand The oil that has
Edwards of Orlando who conductsa the second of intercollegiate have been victorious.The that some forty children were seated,
day rights
was game Mrs. Lena Gagnon, South Dakota. equal I
private kindergarten, has a fine display baseball of the season and Mrs. J. C. Stovin, Winter Park,Fla. part of Justice was taken by making a pyramid of live young humanity stood the supreme -

of the work of her pupils. Thereis resulted in the defeat of Columbia bya Master, Frederick Kas. Miss Norma Borman, her eyes were clad in white and gold. Pen- test
Sarah A. Halter, Frederick, Kas. nants of the Orlando high school were
farm with of 3 to 0. Both unbound unblinded
a department some ex- score teams were Mrs. Wade symbolizing po-
Luington, Muncie, Ind.
the frame
ceptionally fine products and some individual evenly matched and played an excep- Mrs A. L Wright, Orlando, Fla. litical justice among those states. In tastefully displayed on .
I exhibits of needlework that tionally close and interesting game, Mrs. Kilbourn, Brockville, Ont. one hand she carried the historic work of the float. --- THAT :_ -- -

are as good as the best, one piece of' there being only 8 errors made; 6 E. Billings, Brockville, Ont. scales and on her sash was written The Macy wagon works had an exhibit -
Mr. and Mrs. Karl E. Hessey Terre
drawn work by Louise Crooms being charged against Columbia and 2 Haute, Ind. "Woman's Suffrage." The states which occasioned much comment -

particularly good. A. J. Hopkins has against Rollins. John Thollander, Piedmont, Fla. were represented as follows: Miss A long line of wagons was Good Gulf Gasoline

an exhibit of hand made shoes, and Shirley did some excellent pitchingfor Aug. E. Lundgren, Orlando.L. Ruth Thompson, Oregon; Miss Alma headed by a log cart drawn by six

Jeff Wilbur, an aged negro, has an Rollins, having 5 assists and allowing S. Dickson, Bakerstown, Pa. DeLaney, California; Miss Mamie oxen. Following the wagons was a
interesting exhibit of old coins, which only 5 hits. :McClintock playeda Miss Milton Maude Keyes.L. Hall, Manassas, Va. Thornton, Illinois; Miss Norma surrey, then a buggy, the idea being

he has possessed forty-five years. good first base putting down 13 Mrs. Richard Wolfe, West Carroll- Beacham, Idaho; Miss Berta Beacham to show the various styles of vehicles -

There are bakery products and other ton, 0.Miss. Washington, Mrs. DeWitt Miller, manufactured by the company.

displays, all of which are merito men.Carter on the mound for Columbia L Juanita Keyes, Orlando.Mr. Colorado; Miss Sara'. Slemons, Kan- P. WALTON AgtJ
Richard Wolfe, West Carrollton -
rious. showed himself to be a pitcher of exceptional Ohio. sas; Miss Emily Miller, Utah; ,Miss THE WEATHER. ,

Civic League Booth ability in his efforts to pull Vida Miller, Wyoming; Miss Minnie
Mr. J. T. Larimer, Irwin, Pa.
The Civic League booth is being his team from the hole into which Arter, Arizona. Florida: Fair Wednesday; warmer PHONES 450269Subscribe
Mrs. J.
T. Larimer Irwin Pa.
greatly admired, its dainty blue and they were placed by the Rollins boys. Mrs. S.V.. Childers, Nashville, The San Juan garage float was in.east and north portions. 'Thursday,

white color scheme a fitt setting forth Umpires Pounds and Wright offi- Tenn. prettily decorated in fair colors, as increasing cloudiness. 14.1111111111111111111" ..

display! of all articles needed ,fora ciated and while they made several E. H. Crux and wife, Orlando.. was the machine representing the '
"better baby's" welfare. close decisions, gave the fans no Alice Crux, Orlando., Auto Supply company. West'Palm Beach is hoping to havea /

,A blue and white sign bears the cause for complaint. Mrs. Thos. B. Brodwater, Chicago The South Florida ''Foundry gave fine new government building soon. for The Daily Sentinel. t '
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