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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 19, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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MID-WINTER SUB-TROPICAL EXPOSITION FEBRUARY 17 TO 21, INCLUSIVE-COME. "- ,

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


L VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1914. NUMBER 8.
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K'mf PANDEMONIUM[ R REIGNS WHN'[ BANKERS[ WELL[ PLEASED[O WITH I

[EXHIBiTION BUILDINGS AND TRACK\ SENATOR G GORE WINS SUIT NEW CURRENCY[ Y LAW COX MAKES STARTLING T CONFESSION




AT FAIR GROUNDS N CROWDED f 1 Jury in Out Favor Few of Minutes Defendant When Was Verdict I, Such Trip Is Report Over of Country McAdoo Inter-After His IN fTTlf PARCEL MURDER f MYSTERY Y -

Returned viewing Them
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1 MUCH LARGER ATTEND- THOUSAND U O OSCEOLA[ r PEOPLE[ ARE[ Special Oklahoma to the Sentinel.City, Feb. 18.-By a I Special Washington to the Sentinel., Feb. 18.-Secretaries JILOEN[ CHOSEN H [ T TO SUCCEED U [[O LAT[I. SAYS GIRL WAS KILLED BY

ANCE THAN HAS EVER TOMORROW unanimous verdict Senator ThomasP. I McAdoo and Houston returned to \ FATHER WHO PAID COX
EXPECTED[ T L C.STARIIUCK
Washington today after their tour of
BEEN BEFORE Gore won the $50,000 damage suit I TO HIDE BODY
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brought against him by Mrs. Minnie the United States to organize the

Hundreds Will Come From Old Sol Bond for alleged assault. Ii nation into federal reserve districts Young Attorney Wins Over Jos. II. .

diers' Colony at St. Cloud for The jury was out less than five and select cities for regional banks. Jones on First Ballot by
RilE WINNERS[ ARE ANNOUNCED[O Exercises at Fair Grounds minutes; the verdict was rendered at I They found bankers generally of Large MajorityW. MH H HOWELL[ VWMAN IN ORLANDO

5:45. When Judge Clark in readingthe the opinion that the enforcement of

Tomorrow will be Osceola day, and verdict reached the words "find i the new law will relieve them of apprehension L. Tilden was nominated over

JUDGING OF DOMESTIC AND the calculations are that at least a for the defendant" pandemonium',I and give confidence and Jos H. Jones to succeed the late L. INTERESTING DEVELOPMENTS '
will be It in the The stability to business. As to the date G. Starbuck
demonstration
thousand; people present reigned court room. as prosecuting atorneyof
POULTRY EXHIBITS COMPLETED BROUGHT OUT IN TRIAL OF
is said that St Cloud alone will send lasted twenty minutes, and of the enforcement of the new law the criminal court, by a vote of 14
AND OTHER half of this number. It was an- bailiffs were powerless to stop it. 'they find it is impossible to sift immediately to 4 in a special meeting of the coun- GRACE HOWELL FOR

AWARDS TODAY ; nounced that General Washington When the noise had quieted down the mass of information ty executive committee held yester- SHOOTING P. C. COX

Though the opening day of the fair I Gardner, commander in chief of the the judge finished reading the verdict. collected and said any announcementof day morning at the court house.
would be in Orlando that Senator Gore when the federal bank locations must await Mr. Tilden nominated Mr.
[recorded the largest number ever at- G. A. R., on was standing was by Several months ago a sensational
[tending a fair in Orlando the first occasion, but a telegram received by judge finished reading, he stepped future investigations.Both Jos. L. Guernsey, whose speech wasa shooting occurred in Miami, the par-
with their
the crowds visiting the grounds Mr. H. Edmund Swabey, of the Osce- back as if dazed and his wife seized were well pleased succession of graceful complimentsto ties to the affair being P. C. Cox and

day nearly a hundred per- ola ,exhibit yesterday, stated that him and hugged him convulsively.Tears I trip, and declare they found the finan- the young attorney. G. J. Stro- Mrs. Grace Howell. The woman shot
esterday was
General Gardner had left St. Cloud from her and sobs cial condition of the country sound zier of Winter Garden also made
[ent greater, and so far the attend- sprang eyes an the man five times, but he recoveredand
ice is twenty per cent .larger than yesterday for Atlanta, urgent busi- shook her frame. The senator remained and satisfactory. eloquent address in behalf of Mr. Til- the woman has been brought to

has ever been at previous fairs. ness hastening his return. While standing, silent, but with aI I den's candidacy. Mr. Jones spoke trial, which is now in progress in the

( While the races were in progress this is a great disappointment to smile of gratitude on his face. CASTIllO SAYS AMERICAN[ TROOPS briefly in support of his own candi- criminal court of Dade county.
\sterday the grand stand and park- many it will in no wise lessen the en- Hundreds thronged forward and dacy and was followed by John C. There was, mystery surroundingthe

places were so filled that there thusiasm of the Osceola people in grasped his hand and shouted their I I KIDNAPPED HIM Jones, in a short address to the com- shooting, the woman claiming

room for no more and thousandsd carrying out their special programfor congratulations. Cries of "speech"went I mittee in behalf of his brother. A that she shot to protect herself. The
the day.Program but the senator's voice could., Wichtendahl and W. T. Champneyswere
the track side, and at the same.e up affray occurred at the woman's home.
the exhibition buildings and the for Osceola County DayII not be heard. To newspaper men he'!':I Bandit and Followers Conveyed UnderI appointed as tellers, the vote resulting About two years ago Cox was arrested -

way were filled. The crowd at A. Speaking in the grand said: "The only statement that Ij I I Heavy Guard to Prison in 14 for Mr. Tilden and 4 for as accessory after the fact in

|it hour was roughly estimated at stand by Hon.. Park Trammell, gover- have to make is my strengthend be- at El Paso Mr. Jones. Upon motion of Commit- the mysterious murder of Hettie Par-

1 thousand people. nor of Florida; Hon. C. A. Carson, lief that truth always triumphs." I I I, teeman Strong, seconded by Committeeman cel, a fourteen year old girl. The
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[The weather was perfect, the crys- of Kissimmee, subject, "Osceola Mrs. Bond fell backward in a chair :| Special to the Sentinel Rose, the nomination was l girl's father was arrested and charged

]l clearness of the atmosphere being County;" Mrs. C. S. Cooper, of St. and was attended by her husband. She I j I Hachita, N\M., Feb. 18. The Mexican made unanimous for Mr. Tilden. with the crime, but was released for

Jsted when C. A. Herrmann made a Cloud, subject, MSt Cloud;" Hon. C. and some of her attorneys left the ,I bandit Castillo and his six des- The meeting was presided over by lack of evidence. The body of the

(fight in the Thomas biplane, attainng -, E. Rose, of Tallahassee, subject, "Su- court room immediately. I, peradoes, who were captured yesterday imme child was found] in the river, and evidence \
a height of a thousand feet. There gar Cane;" Gen. John McElroy, com- "I couldn't ask for a more complete I i at Dog Springs by American was obtained which fastenedon

was no suggestion of haze or mist, mander of Veterans' association, sub vindication," said Senator Gore to- troopers, were brought to town today. action of the committee, and the new Cox the crime of having so disposed -

and the flight was viewed with per- ject, "A United North and South." night. Lying in front of him was a Castillp was very nervous. He county solicitor will probably receivehis of it. Cox was convicted and

fect clearness of vision. Walter E. The Kissimmee orchestra will be stack of telegrams a foot high from charges that the Americans crossedthe commission in a few days. sentenced to a term, but the supreme

Johnson made the flight Tuesday. Mr. present and furnish the music, and friends and admirers all over the line into Mexico and kidnappedhim. Mr. Tilden is highly regarded by court threw out the decision becausethe

Herrmann made the ascent yesterday, the fife and drum corps, of St. Cloud, country.It the members of the Orlando bar and trial was held in circuit court

and today Gaston Fanet, the young will escort the G. A. R. delegationfrom is considered unlikely that Mrs. The bandit and his followers were by the people generally. He is a na- when it belonged properly in the jurisdiction -

Frenchman, who holds the record for St. Cloud. Bond will appeal the case, as the taken to El Paso tonight, where they tive Of Orange county, and is descended of the criminal court. Cox

being the youngest professional avia- Representatives.from the Kissimmee -I court costs amounting to several will, be imprisoned. They were escorted from one of the best fami- was released and has never been triedin

tor in the world, will perform. Fanet and St. Cloud public schools will thousand dollars are assessed againsther. by a heavy guard. They will lies. He received his early educationin criminal court. Some months after

began his career as a performer two participate in the spelling contest. I arrive.tomorrow morning. the schools of the county, attended his release he was shot by the How-

years ago, at the'age of seventeen.The The usual races and aeroplane Stetson university and finished in law ell woman, and immediately it was

polo game followed the avia- flight I land Winter Garden school and from TIPPINS-BURDEN ENGAGEMENTThe at Washington and Lee. He is young, suspected that the latter crime had

tion, resulting in a victory for the Exhibition riding by Kissimmeelady. ; Tangerine, Fort Christmas, Winder-, ambitious, full of energy and his some connection with the former.In .

Whites by a score of 4 to 3. Polo is mere, Longwood, Maitland, D.::tona, announcement of the engage- ability is recognized. The choice of the trial which was started in

a game unfamiliar to most of those I Baseball game. Apopka, Lockhart, Pine Castle, Kis- ment of Miss Emma Mae Tippins, of: the committee will undoubtedly proveto Miami this week, Mrs. Howell pro-

who: witnessed the play, but interestwas i Osceola live stock exhibit. simmee, St. Cloud, and other points. Charleroi, to James Nixon Burden, of be wise and popular. A goodly duced a statement alleged to have
of Osceola press day. I crowd gathered in the court room to been signed by Cox that the
held by the activity ponies and Eight large mechanical drawings Orlando, Fla.,' has been made by her saying
players. Between the track races, the School Day at Fair which excited the admiration of all I parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Tippins, ,be present at the special meeting of father of the Parcel girl killed her
biplane (flight and the polo game the Messrs. W. B. Harris, Charlie Grif- who saw them were sent from Nar- of Allenport The engagement will the committee. The members presentwere and paid him to dispose of her body.
held the stand fin and Joe Griffin, of Kissimmee, and the i : Cox is alleged by Mrs. Howell
t crowd was at grand coossee, are work of a young I culminate in an early spring wedding. to
several hours. were at the fair grounds yesterday, and promising engineer of that place. Miss been spending the Seth Woodruff, Orlando; W. E. have made this confession while he
Tippins has
Today will be observed as Volusia and said the schools were going to ;! winter in Florida with Mr. and Mrs. Simmons, Maitland; 'B. M. Simms, was confined in jail. She explainsthat

day, and large numbers are expected suspend for the day to allow the chil- I T. P. Grant, of Charleroi. She is a Ocoee; W. T. Champneys, Apopka; EM. she met Cox in Orlando when

from DeLand, Daytona and other dren to attend the ,fair, and it was SOLD CANDY SHOP I sister of Mrs. George Barnett, of Fal- Strong, Zellwood; L. W. Tilden, she was a child and that they had

places in that county. The Volusia likely that nearly all of them would I lowfield avenue, Charleroi.-Charlero Oakland; A. Wichtendahl, Gotha; been thrown together at several
exhibit is one of the attractive spotsat come. The Kissimmee schools alone I 14th. Isaac Hodges, Lake Pickett; J. W places since. She went to Miami
Mr. Edgar Robinson has sold his Mail of Feb.
number nearly a thousand pupils Bass, Orange Center; Oscar Tanner, while Cox in
the fair grounds, and thousands was jail, and visited him
be is valued
candy shop on West Church street to The groom to a at- '
viewed the display yesterday. Osceola county has taken great inter- I Fish; J. S. Loveless, Clarcona; J. F. there frequently. She claims that she
Mr. E.Vr Butt. Mr. Robinson tache of the Florida Music company,
est in the fair, and the fine spirit says Harris, Pine Castle; C. G. Coward, was employed by the state's
attorneyto
he expects to go into the wholesale and has many friends in Orlando who
NOTES evident in this has been the subjectof : Fort Christmas; J. H.I Bear, Winter secure the confidence of Cox and
confectionery business and that Or- will learn of his approaching mar-
Miss Jennie D. Willetts, who hasso much favorable comment Park; J. E. Rose, Lockhart; G. W. pump him for information, and in this
lando will be his home. : riage with much interest.
successfully acted as judge in the Friday is to be observed also' as Bray, Winter Garden; D. B. Sphaler, way she got the confession, but never

J art department in previous years, has School day at the fair, and the schools I -- Taft; S. S. Griffin, Orlando. revealed the fact until she was placedon

again consented to serve this year. in Orange county will be closed for Petitions signed by the usual num- trial for shooting him. It was to

The awards will be made today. the day. With this prospect in viewit I ber of registered voters were pre- get-possession of this paper, she says,
fAIR EVENTS
* is likely that tomorrow's attend- PROGRAM Of TODAY'S sented from the following precincts, that Cox hounded her and threatenedto

The stock pens being situated at ance will be the greatest during the -- which were without representation on kill her. Following is the alleged

the west end of the grand stand are fair. 9:30 a. m.-Band concerts, Orange avenue and Church street the committee: Maitland, Ocoee,: confession, which has created a pro-
frequently overlooked by those who 10:00.a. m.-Exhibiton of all the horse rigs and riding events Clarcona, and Lake Pickett, Messrs found sensation in Miami.On .
before the grand stand. These events beginningat
do not specially inquire for them. To THE PUBLIC SCHOOL EXHIBITThe 10 will continue until all are held. W. E. Simmons, B. :M. Simms, J. S. this night of the killing of Het

'any one interacted the exhibit. is well 11:00 a. m.-Band concerts at main building by the Italian band. Loveless and Isaac Hodges, were selected tie, Parcel came for me to put the
worth seeing. school exhibit at the fair is 2:00: p. m.-Harness races. body in the river. He paid me $800to
worthy of especial notice and the vis- 2:30 p. m.Aeroplane Johnson in flight his, Thomas with special. machine.features, by Walter The precincts, Bay Ridge and Conway make away with the girl. I sinned

Judge Marshall came over from itors who take time to examine the 4:00 p. m.-Running race. were not represented. against the poor little dead girl . .
Eustis yesterday and awarded ribbonson well written papers and splendidly 4:00 p. m.-Special free attraction at the loop-the-loop.. 'It hurts me to think of it I helped E
the poultry exhibit. Judge Mar- drawn maps displayed on the second 4:30 p. m.-All the attractions on the midway. MACKAYS SAID ,TO HAVE OBTAINED Parcel put the body in the sack. Thenwe

., shall has acted as judge in most of: floor of Exposition Hall will obtainan 7:30 p. m.-Iidway RACES attractions.CALLED AT 2 P. M. FRENCH DECREE tied it on my buggy and took it to

the prominent poultry fairs in the excellent idea of the work being First Race-Free for All Purst $300. Mile Heats, Best 3 in 5 the river. Parcel rode down on his
United States. done in the graded schools in Orangeand 1. Lawton, bg '_______________________________ Jake Croissant Special to the Sentinel wheel to the river with us. Fred held
adjoining counties.A 2. Rex Riley, bg _________________n________ Geo. H. Sprague New York Feb. .-The announce- the horse. I
3. Dortha ,, bm ____________________--________P. F. Hamlin ment was made here tonight that Mr. waded into the water
Better Babies Contest fine showing is made by the pu- 4. Billie Melson, bg __n______________________ Jake Croissant and Mrs. Clarence H. have and Parcel let the body down from
More than sixty babies have been pils of the Orlando public school, and 5. Tom Riley, bg Wm. Igou Mackay the dock. We fixed her hair
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entered and examined for the "BetterBabies" the walls of their booth are covered Second Race-Trot or Pace. Purse $150. Mile Heats, Best 3 in 5 a French decree of divorcein clothes before we put her in th .
with 1. Fannie Logan, bm ____________n_________ Geo.. H. Sprague parts. It is understood that the TO.
contest. It is expected that attractively bound manuscriptson 2. Delhi, bs ___________________________________ P. F. Hamlin decree which was obtained in the ter. God help me, I can see the poor
all these babies frill come to the rotunda English, geography, history, and 3. Dorris Douglass, bm ________________________.C. H. Sprague French courts both girl now!. Lawrence told tie truth at
of the main exposition build- other subjects, specimens of work in 4. F. McD., bs ________________________________ Jake Croissant permits parties to my trial, I lied; I could not face the
ing at 2:30 m., where they can botany, biology, map drawing and Third Race-One-Fourth Mile, Running. Purse $25 remarry. Attorneys for Mrs. Mackaysaid public.
p. 1. Ruby Hill, bm _______________nn____ M. J. Daetwyler tonight that everything had been My son Albert knows I knew
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greet the friends of babyland. Mrs. charcoal sketching.A 2. Trixy, cm _________________________________ H. M. Alleman settled amicably, but they'were Parcel, he has been to my barn when
Margaret Clarke, who organized the most creditable exhibit bears the 3. Tom, bg ______________________________ J. B. Magruder, Jr. unable he was there. Parcel told me
to whether the
movement, will be present and speak. green and orange pennants of St Jo- 4. Taho, bg ____________________________________ A. A. Fiezl say there was any night before on
She is well worth seph's academy, and the various 5. Minnie, bm ________________________________D. J. Prescott financial settlement or not Mackayis we took the body away
hearing. Everybodyshould pa- 6. Little Tom, bs ___________________________ Hugh Partin, Jr. heavily interested in the Postal that he knocked Hettie in the head
S attend this meeting. pers are not only neat and attractive Fourth Race-One-Fourth 3Iile, Running. Purse $2:>> Telegraph and killed her and had the body in
in themselves, but are all prettily 1. Little Tom, bs __________________________Hugh Partin, Jr. company. his house and would take it to
SENSATIONAL ACT AT FAIR bound. The primary department of 2. Minnie, bm _____________-_________________D. J. Prescott house the little -
An of the is 3. Taho, bg ______________________________________ A. A. Fiezl CUBS ARRIVE IN TAMPA that was empty across from a
act daring which is attracting academy represented by a num- 4. Tom, bs ______________________________ J. B. Magruder, Jr. Will Page's and for me to meet him
much attention is that put on by ber of colored maps and other draw- S. Trixy, cm _______________________________ H. M. Alleman there the next night
Special the
the Regnall family. The Regnalls 6. Ruby Hill, bm ____________________________ M. J. Daetwyler to SentineL
ings.The (Signed) P. C.
Tampa, Fla., Feb. 18.-Hank O'Day COX.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
climb a tower seventy-five feet in public school of DeLand sent
height, dress themselves in. an especially interesting collection, First Race-Special, trot or pace. Billie :Melson, first; Maud and his Cubs arrived tonight, and will
paper, W., second; Dorris Douglass, third. Time, 2:241-4. begin spring training tomorrow. THE
WEATHER
set the paper afire and then which includes much pretty color
jump] Second Race-Special, pacing. Well contested race, first two
from their dizzy perch into a lake of: work, drawings in pen and ink, maps, heats being won by Little Hal, and the succeeding three heats won -
water. This act takes place at j 5 and excellent papers from the civics by IaxteU. Time, 2:25. : New books, the finest stationery, Florida: Local rains Thursday and
Third Race-Half mile dash. Won Lou Linier Ban Starr
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Friday
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10:30at department second; Ruby Hill, third. Time, 52. daily pa- ; Thursday in orthwest =
night Exhibits were sent from the Oak- pers. Curtis & O'Neal, next P. 0. ;portion.

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LAKE YOKED APOPKA FOR BECOMING FISHING FA. HmilMMMIItlMlttHtMtttlMtMlillMtllMGAS :;;;;MlliiMliMMi ;i i"I""I""S'S"' \" \\" " " " ' -M-M-


Winter Garden, Feb. 16.-Lake

Apopka best trout is or conceded bass fishing to in furnish the worldj.the MONJf [ Y MOTION Grand Theatre L _

It's a lake 18 by 25 miles and is full IRONS T { CO'S \
to the brim of this game fish. Any- _
one with a hook and line or troll can
catch all the fish he can carry in avery -
short time. Sportsmen from all : Billy Shirley "He's Different"t!
parts of the country are flocking hereto : WE have just received a shipl ,
fish. A number of local people : ment of the latest style of
.a built private boathouses around the "GAS IRONS" The Triple Voice Singer '
new city docks, but were offered :
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such tempting prices for them by : which the market
we are placing on
people coming in here to fish that : Our New Number-A Three Reel Kalem 4
they have all been sold. Contracts fOR $3.00 EACH
have been let for twelve new houses : Featuring Tom Moore and :
'i deqshctha avt teworldd farod raftr : They are absolutely guaranteed to be
At a fish given at the Winter Gar- : perfectly safe and at the same time in-
Alice
den docks recently were the follow- : expense to operate. They cost only Joyce
ing prominent guests: Mr. and Mrs. 1.3 as much to operate as an electric _
Charles G. McIlvane of : iron and are much easier to handle
" Pittsburg; I Continuous Performance from 3:30: to 10 P. M.
Mr. and Mrs. George Nash of Mones- :
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Call at the office and see ant demonstrated .....
. sen. Pa.; Mr. and Mrs] Samuel Jones I
I of Bell Vernon, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. I I Children 5c Adults lOc
Thomas George of North Braddock, :
Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. W. Y. Barnard of :
Beaverville, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. W. C. :
Baldwin of Pittsburg; H C. McDan- ORNDO 'WATER[ & LIGHT C
t id, L. Brown, L. H. O'Brien, Mrs. J. : Feb.
J. Thornton, of Orlando; Miss R. P. : Friday 20thThree
1 Clark, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Roberts, : Gas DeDartment4MIIHMaHIIIMIitMIHimmMIHtltHMIIOI ,

Mrs. Emma Duffy, Mr. Murrey Clark, I
.' W. Collier Baldwin, Jr, F. Lewis ..
Reels Helen
.F Roberts, Lonnie Baldwin of Pitts !_ . __ __ _. ".._ Gardner (Mrs. Duncan Pell) in

burg; Messrs. James and Robert Ga-
ley, Anna M. Galey, Mrs. W. H. Lewis "A DAUGHTER OF PAN"An
Miss Elenor Lewis of Beaver, Pa.;
Mr. Daniel Galey of Parker, Pa.;
Mrs. T. L. Galey of Lock No. 4, Pa.; Exquisite Legend of Ancient Grace. j
Misses Elizabeth and Emily Nash of
a
Monessen, Pa.; Lucy Todd, N Small- i ,
:; enber of Brownsville, Pa.; Capt.
Thomas L. Daley of Lock No. 4, Pa.; IIIIIIIIIIII.IIIC.IO
L. F. Thompson of Brownsville, Pa.; III$$
Mrs. Rachael Grant, Mr. F. P. Grontof Just arrived car load !
Chesleron, Pa.; Mr. George rf
Walker, George T. Walker, Jr., of FORDS for immediate For EconomyIt and pui

Washington, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. J. D. chase
T of
delivery. WR1G H power
your mo
McMillan, Dr. J. A. Davis, C. L REALTY & 5BflD CO

r Heare, G. T Smith, M. Y. McMillan, Get FOR REAL ESTATEThate ey, "T ry Wright's" Far
now. -
Dr. Charles E. Merritt, L. L. Kennedy yours
J. L. Dillard and a number of oth Our Business and Garden Seeds.
ers from Winter Garden. F. G. RUSH, Orlando, Florida
bulk. "Motto"uantl
One hundred and twenty pounds of Phone 226
Lake Apopka trout had been prepared and Quality.'
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for the :
occasion. The ladies
brought well filled baskets and everybody . Fresh Eggs 290 doz. Best Creamery Butter 39 c lb.

}r. enjoyed,the diner. Sweet Milk I3C qt. Ice 500 100 lbs., Limes ISC doz.

Thirty residence lots have been Sweet Milk oyc pint Fresh Butter l\hlk. I0c qt.

sold within the last few days. Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Present" delivered by
Work on two miles of sidewalk is Express,
progressing rapidly. 1 t (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order

There is some talk of another bank
here. That would three banksfor
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The new Shelby Hotel, opened three 1111""III'li *+++*+ r
months ago will have to increase i ir its
capacity to handle the people that are v

going there. ORLANDO 08ANK a TRUST I COMPANY
Mrs R. R. Roper, who has been
quite ill for some time, is reported to A Lead Pencil or Bottle of InK
be some better.Something .

over a hundred cars of Is a small investment, but a large partof Orlando. Florida.Condition .
lettuce have left here far
this
so sea
r son. .Lettuce is now bringing $3 per the writers comfort and efficiency depends at the close of business December 31, 1913

basket. RESOURCES
on having the right kind.
W Loans and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $403,080.10Overdrafts .
W. C. Temple, of Winter Park, head A hard scratchy pencil where a soft one . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 362.37
n of the Gasparilla Carnival association Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26,018.33
is a guest of the DeSoto. :Mr. is demanded, or a thick ink when only a fluidis l. Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . . . . . . 200916.57

Temple, who was formerly presidentof the worker and Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures . . . 25,974.87LIABILITIES
needed
the Florida Citrus Exchange, will may discourage
'" \ remain in Tampa until the Gasparil l
; l la celebration closes. Charles E. Van ruin the work. We carryall grades, colors $656,382.24Capital

Loan, one of the leading magazineand aad standard makes of and can fur-
newspaper writers of the country, pencils, Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000.00
Undivided Profits . . . . . . . .
and
owes some of his success to Mr. Temple nish on demand, the very best possible ink Surplus 35,214.86
who met him in Los Angeles Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 521,167.38
years ago and, after frequent attempts for any kihd of pen work. Tell your pencil ---
r induced Van $656,382.21
Loan
to go to and ink troubles to the man behind the counter.
New York and begin his career.

"Charlie thought I was teasing him Deposits on Dec. 31, 1912 . . . . . . . .'. . $489,971.68Deposits
when I insisted that he had remarkable W. S. BRANCH on Dec 31, 1913 . . . . . . . . . $521,167.38
ability," said Mr. Temple. "F in ,

ally I got him as far east as Denver The Arcade Book and Music Store Increase . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . 31,195.70
and then he went to New
r k York, The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust
where he is
making a fortune.- desire to call the attention of its
. . . . ..... . F ..... . .. . . . . . . .. ... Company depositors and
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;Tampa Tribune. .,/ .. . . . . . .. .1. .11111f .... . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement.
The management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects
Joseph Bene Viau, of Pawtucket .
R.
the conservative, sane and progressive methods employed in
I., is only eleven years of age, but is :
this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and
so competent a performer on the pipe : strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in healthful
that he is I M SacrificeI
organ regularly employedin a statements to its patrons.
one of the churches. Still more :
remarkable is the fact that it is less : M. M. SMITH, President
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than a year since he began the study : W. M. DAVIS, Vice-President C. E. NOLAN, Cashier
of the pipe organ.
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Shoes for ladies, misses and .
children :
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Several choice lots for immediate sale. Located just -
at Boardman's "Store of Satisfac WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES -
tion." 2-17-2t-eod one lot off Magnolia avenue on Concord avenue. Improved AND DO ALL KINDS OF

ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. Spring Millinery Opening
The fifteenth anniversary of the
order of Knights of Pythias will be locations in Orlando. ,t
celebrated by Welcome Lodge No. 9, Wednesday and
in their Castle Hall, on Thursday ThursdayFeb.
night, February 19th, at 8 o'clock. t
The Price
u A special jubilee service of unusual is Right 25th and 26th
interest will be rendered, interspersedwith

choice and suitable vocal and addresses.instrumentalmusic L H. RAMSDELLOPTOMETRIST The public cordially invited.
Arrangements have been perfectedto

a1', their all make local ladies the and, are occasion visiting not only enjoyable Knights cordially with and invited i (Successor to Dr. 0. P. JJkua) MISSES HAMILTON & DID

2-17-2t, but are urged to be present. Urlauao n Re m E Estate t Co.Phone ORLANDO, -. FLORIDAW.


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urday-of this week, and have a spe 1 504 Watkiris Block Agents for Barclay Corsets

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house take your measure for thatspring of workmanship in the painting and i McCaD's Fattens
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GROUNDS BOOTH Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Berkey, Stuyes- Mrs. R. J. Beatty, Columbus, Ohio; .. iiliillHtlillilMtMIIIIMMIIIIIIIIIIIMWttllllMHtMHyHere's <
town, Somerset county, Pa.; Mr. and Miss G. E. Reynolds, Milford, N. H.;
J. A. Willson, Florida Sanitarium; Mrs. J. S. Blings, Davidsville, Somerset R. B. Phillips, Clarksburg, W. Va.;
C. T. Morrison, Hickory, N. c.; Ed- County, Pa.; Mr. Charles Grady, John D. Phillips, Clarksburg, W. Va.; Your Chance H
win Ware and wife, Rockford, Ills.; Waterloo, Iowa; L H. Bullis, West J. S. Thompson, Stahlstown, Pa.; A.
I. E. tynfield, Orlando; Mr. and Mrs.S. Concord, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Rollins, Winter Garden, Fla.; K. ,
V Bunting and wife, Wilmington, L. Carey, .Glens Falls, N. Y.; Samuel B. Goggans, Hackleburg, Ala.; J. W. ...
N. Ci Mrs. A. W. Mayhew, Orlando; Taylor, Orlando; L. H. Fudry, Sullivan, Winter Garden, Fla.; J.
I Mrs. k R. Trammell, Lakeland, Fla.; city; D. D. Benag, city; E. B. Case, B. Tidball, Cisne, Ills.; J. B. Mufflin,
Mrs. jD. F. Collicutt, Columbia, S. C.; Trumbull Co., OMa.; B. C. Strickler, Keens, Ills; M. Jackson, Tampa; To Get a Spring Suit Made |
Mrs :W. J. Collicutt, Maitland, Fla.; Uniontown, Pa.; W. C. Banta, Pleas- R. G. Zelrouse, Jacksonville; H. G.
David A. Rambo, Orlando, Fla.; Ma- ureville; Mrs. Banta, Pleasureville; Dieterich, Sanford; J. W. Hathawaya .
rion Groves, Orlando, 'Fla.; Mrs. Chas. P.. Davis, city; Mrs. S. S. Grif,' Jacksonville; Capt. John L. Frisbie, \1'
H. A. Wilkins, Wenham, Mass.; Mrs. fin, Jane Patterson, city; D. H. Bry Hillsdale, Mich.; Myram Smith, Hills- Right
A. D. Cornell, Orlando, Fla.; Mrs. J. ant, Orlando and Brooklyn, N. Y.; dale, Mich.; Dwight Coonley, West
R Davis, Orlando, Fla.; W. J. Ham- W. N. Vallee, Waterbury, Conn.; Coxsack, N. Y.; Mrs. Dwight Coon-
Orlando, Fla.; E. R. Loveland, Orlando Charles H. Simmons, Waterbury, Ct.; ley, West Coxsackie, N. Y.; J. E. C.
Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. Thos. M. Cos- E. L Furr, Veedersburg, Ind.; Mr. Grecham, Utica, N. Y.; Mrs. W. C. ::L! :r. A. IIeiy
sick, Wauseon, Ohio; Mrs. Anna K. and Mrs. A. M. Shrimplin, Loudon W.' E. Lang, Orlando, Fla.; C. W. .
Giles, Hiram, Ohio; Mrs. A. R. Cor-I ville Ohio S .c. Newell, Ashland, 0.; Heckman, Clarksburg, W. Va.; Mrs.
bett, Auburndale, Fla.; W. D. Rogers,II, Marcus L Floyd, Hartford, Conn.; Johnson, 712 S. Division St.; Mrs. T. : Representing our Cincinnati Tailoring House will be here

city; L. L. Haynes, Atlanta, Ga.; M. Louise Floyd, Hartford, Conn.; B. Legar, Hope Valley, R. I.,; Mrs. Thursday Friday and Saturday of this week with
W. K. Byrum, Charlotte, N. C.; Miss Elizabeth M. Gaston, Hartford, Ct; B. D. Wienenga, 22 E. Church St.; .
F Carrie Larimer,, Irwin, Pa.; Miss Iris Lucile Masters, Washington, D. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hart, Youngs-
Margaret Larimer, Irwin, Pa.; F. X C.; Mrs. Lillian A. Bailey, Worcester, town, Ohio; Mrs. S. F. Basselman,
Kolb, Detroit, :Mich.; Chas. F. Loh Mass.; Mrs. J. M. Sellers, city; Mrs Conneautville, Pa.; Mrs. C. Simen, 500 Full Length Samplesof
man, Detroit, Mich; John M. Anderson 0. B.: Singletary, Sebring, Fla.; Bes Pittsburg, Pa.; C. H. Baker, Orlando;
St. Cloud, Fla., and Monsessen, sie A Smith, Candia, N. H.; Fanni Alice Hatch, Orono, Me.; W. S. Hatch,
Pa.; L. F. Carver, Bowling Green, B. Smith, Brownsville, .Pa.; Mrs. J. Orono, Me.; N. F. Russ, Robbinsdale, the newest woolens.
Fla., and Marion Jones, home; T. H. J. Kimball, Glens Falls, N. Y.; Ge r- Minn.; Mrs. W. H. Johnson, South
Fuller, Orlando; L H. Burdick, aid Franke, Fargo, N. D.; Jack Shirley Brownsville, Pa.; Mrs. S. A. Myers, Come in and let Mr. Henry take your measure. A
Apopka, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Northfield, Minn.; Mrs. C. W. Philadelphia, Pa.; Mrs. A. D. Gal-
Wherry, Orlando; Chas Kock, Orlando Jacob, Formosa, Fla.; Mrs. W. M.E. braith, Greensburg, Ind.; Dr. A. D. perfect fit and satisfaction guaranteed or you need not take
Fla.; Sarah Stagg, Orlando, Fla.; Sherman, city; Elma Lettier, city; Galbraith, Greensburg, Ind.; E. the clothes. '
Mrs. Franklin Bradway, Salem, N. Matt'e Couch, Atlanta, Ga.; Mary Burt, Freusburg, N. Y.; Thomas C.
J.; Franklin Bradway, Salem, N. J.; DawsonAycock, Indianapolis I n da; Darby, Crescent City, Fla.; J. 0.
Mr. and Mrs. Walker, Orlando; Mrs.T. C. J. Jackson, Orlando, Fla.; L. L Welch, Apopka, Fla.; Mrs. Geo. W. All Wool Suits $18.00 to 535.00All
W. Frost, Brockton, Mass.; L. B. Allen, Orlando, Fla.;.Mrs. A. T. Douglass Phillips, Orlando, Fla.; Mrs. T. C.
Wool Trousers 5.00 to 10.00
C Lest, Washington, D. C.; B. M. city; Mrs. W. P. Watson, city; Darby, Crescent City, Fla.; Mrs. S.
Caldwell, Oxford, N. C.; Dr. T. N. Mrs. M. E. Wright, Staunton, Va.; P. Shepherd, Winter Park, Fla.; Mrs.
Rafferty, Robinson, Ills.; M. B. Mendel B. Beacham, II. E. Matthews, Greensboro F. V. Phillips, Orlando, Fla.; Mrs. S. Remember the dates, Feb. 19, 20 and 21st.
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Wheeling, W. Va.; Rev ,HenryR. N. C.; John Schnarr, city; Miss P. Shepherd, Winter Park, Fla.; Mrs
Remsen, The Deanery; Mrs. Henry Jean Person, city; Miss Vida Miller, A. H. Alderman, Clarkston, Ga.; Bertha -
R. Remsen, Orlando, Fla.; E M. city; Earl Knight, Canton, Ohio; J. L Hoskins, M. D., Clarkston, Ga.; 4
Lindsay.. Utica, N. Y.; Mrs. W. E. Kent Hopkins, Washington, C. H., George M. Mellen, Brookline, Mass.;
raiierson, ureensooro- IN. u.; Mrs. Ohio;; Gilbert A. Snelver, East New Elisabeth McCulloch, Orlando; Fla.; The Yowell-Duekworth Co.
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Wm. H. Hill, Orlando, Fla.; L. Gar- Market, I. M. L; Mrs. W. J. Miller, Mrs. Geo. McCullough, Orlando, Fla.; .
rett, Orlando; W J. Hastings, Man- Johnson City, East Tenn.; Mr. J. N. Mrs. Blyth Watson, Orlando, Fla.;
chester, Tenn.; Mrs. W. J. Hastings, McCharg, Orlando, Fla.; Horace W. Fla.; Mrs. Mattie Wright, Orlando, Orlando's Largest Store
Manchester, Tenn.; J. A. Few, N. C.; Fox, Hartford, Conn.; W. W. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Watson, Orlando,
Mrs. H. C. Reynolds, Washington, D. Vaughan, Richmond, Va.; Mrs. Fannie Fla; Miss Emma A. Lawrence, Canaan -
C.; H. H Dickson, Orlando, Fla.; E. Ward, Boston; W. P. Waltham, Conn.; Mrs. E. H. Burns, Canaan Quality Did It"ilave
Miss Kate Lenoir, Tenessee; W. M. Jr., Richmond, Va.; Mrs. J. H. Walker, Conn.; J. H. Wood, Oblong,
Davis, Orlando, Fla.; R. L Hyer, Boston; Theo S. Tyrrell, Seymore, Ills.; Mrs. R. H. Stuart, Martinsburg, +Illtlllllllllllltllltttlellllllll'II"I'IIIIIII'II'111I II"IIIIIIIIIIIIIII'III
Orlando, Fla.; Jos. Worsham, Cov- Conn.; T. B. Rogers Jacksonville, W. Va.; Chas. Chadderick and wife, IIIIIIIIIIIII.JII..IIIIIII'I"'III'IIIIII'IIIII'IIIIII11111 1111111111..1111111
ington-, Ga.; Mary G. Richardson, a Fla.; W. D. Galpen, Chicago, Ills.; Grafton, W. Va.; G. W. Loa, Grafton -
tramp farmer, Michigan; 0. R. Cook, Mrs. J. R. Johnson, South Orange, W. Va.; Grace Loar, Oakland, 11. . II..I.IIII.llllllllllllllllllllltlllllllll.111111111111111 I.I 11 1'111"1"
Carnegie, Pa.; Mrs. 0 R. Cook, Car- N. J.; F. R. Johnson, South Orange, Md.; E. W. Jeffress, Washington, D. ....... . .111111..11..1.1111111..111. . . 11..1..1111311111111111111111.1
negie, Pa.; J. Van Buskirk, Geo. T. N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Cary, C.! ; Mary A. Hoose, Syracuse, N. Y.;
Barr, Greenville, is. C.; G. D. Barr, Glens Falls, N. Y.; Mrs. T. H. Fuller, Mrs. Almina Drake, Pittsburg, Pa.;
Greenville, S. C.; Mrs. Geo. T. Barr,, :07: E. Pine; Mrs. R. C. Germony,, Mrs.- M. J. Thompson, E. Cleveland,
Greenville, S C.; Mrs. J. D. Gibson, LaFayette, Ala.; Mrs. M. J. Burton, Ohio; Henry Pratt, Armada, Mich.; You Seen SEBRING
Youngstown, Ohio; Mr. J. D. Gibson, LaFayette, Ala.; Miss Pattie Burnell' Stephen Larkwood, Zelienople, Pa.; .
Youngstown, Ohio; Mr. 0. P. Shaf- Minnesoto; Robert L French, Richfield A. C. Berlin, Knox, Pa.; Mrs. W. H ,
fer, Youngstown, Ohio; Mrs. 0. P. Springs, N. Y.; Mrs. J. C. Jones, Berlin, Knox, Pa.; H. H. Whitacre, I
r Shaffer, Youngstown, Ohio; Mrs. C. Orlando; Anna C. Jones, Orlando; Thurmont, Ind.; Charles Wright and the town furthest south
W. Wellsey, Cleveland; Ohio; E. E. John M. M. Jones, Orlando; John C wife, Columbus, N. J.; Roy Wells,
Bradner, Asbury Park, N. J ; Mrs Jones, Orlando; Frances D. Jones,, Willsville, 0.; Mrs. H. H. Whitacre,
W. L Roddy, S. C.; Miss Lula En Orlando; Mrs. L A. Greenwood, Willsville, 0.; Mrs. A. B. Hatcher,
ton; S. .C.; A. L Weathershee; Mis I Mattawamkeag, Me.; Miss E. B. Rib Kennebeck Beach, Me.; N. B. Heizer, In the famous Lake Regionof
Esta Glenn, Harrisburg, Va.; Mrs bins, Flushing, N. Y.; Grace W. Washington, D. C.; Mary Gould, Orlando -
A. L. Weathershee, Mr. Monlcalm Greenwood, New York city; Mrs. W Fla.; Ella Miller, Philadelphia; '
Broward, Mrs. Frederick Bellows, C. Harper, Orlando, Fla.; Mrs. R Washington I. Hyde, Wilmington, Florida
A. L Zeager and wife, Shelbyvjll, L Harper, Jacksonville, Fla.; Mr. Del.; Ella Deering, Hollis Center, I
Ind.; Mrs. Wesley Sisson, Mt Ver Flora Macduff, Indianapolis, Ind.; Me.; Mrs. Emma A. C. Hight, Gor.
non, N. Y.; Mrs D. C. Allen, Orlando, Rita Lawton, Orlando, Fla.; Mrs. J. ham, Me.; 0. C. Nickerson, Winthrop,
Fla.; Miss Lula Chance, Miss Lizz e B. Lawton Sr., Mrs. Ben Lawto:n. Mass.; Emma Mallory, Wellington,
Mathews, Mrs. A. J. Masteller, 0 r- Jr., Mrs. G. P. Scarborough, Darlington Ohio; W. B. Merck, Eustis, Fla.; !
; lando, Fla.; J. A. Harris, Winte S. C.; F. A. Kilgore, Orlando, Mrs. Walter Merck, Eustis, Fla.; Two Years Old Beautiful Homes
Park,, A. J. Masteller, Orlando, Fla.; Fla.; M. Mattie Martin, Crawfords- Thos. Merck, Eustis, Fla.; Harry
Elmer Griscom, Salem, N. J.; Joh ville, Ind.; William Martin, raw- Merck, Eustis, Fla.; A. Cahoon, Or
R. Hughes, Rensclaerville, NY.; fordsville, Ind.; Mrs. A. E. Reynolds, lando, Fla.; Frank Parker, Wenham, Electric Lights
Mrs. Laura C. Hughes, Rennsclaer Crawfordsville, Ind.; Mrs.. C. H. Simmons Vt.; Mrs. James A. Davis, Winter ,
Frank Parker, Wenham, Mass.; Mrs Waterbury, Conn.; Mrs. D. C. Garden, Fla.; Robert Everette Davis, Water Works System Paved Streets
f vile, N. Y.; H. V. D. Voordies, Brooklyn Ward, Chicago, Ills.; Fayette E. Winter Garden, Fla.; Nelle Holmes
N. Y.; Vince Harding, MackinawMich. Ward, Chicago, Ill.; Mrs. D. S. Done- Mass.; Chas. F. Noson, Brattlesboro,
.; Mrs. Vince larding, Mackinaw i- Ward, Chicago, Ills.; Mrs. D. S. Bent Camp, Franklin, Va.; Miss RuthThompson Modern Hotel .
City, Mich.; E. H. Westover, Orlando -t age, Orlando, Fla.; Arthur E. Done: Orlando Fla.; Miss Anj j

'ui Fla.; .Mrs._ A._ Haden, Orlando; can. Kissimmee: Edward W. Done- son, Orlando, Fla.; ,Mrs.: D. C. Elevation 200 Feet No Swamps
ao; wm. r. Davis, uerry, N. ii.; gan, wife and child, Waldo; Geo. A. drey Dowell, Orlando, Fla.; Mrs. E.
Amzi Dodd, Boise, Idaho; Mrs. Amzi Donegan, wife and child, Birmingham Berryman, Los Angeles, Fla..; Mrs.S. .
Dod, Boise, Idaho; Thos. Kinsman, ; ; Pat Johnston and wife, Kis- Dowell, Los Angeles, Fla.; W. R. 90 miles south of Orlando in DeSoto CountyLeave
Warren, Ohio; Mrs. Thos. Kinsman, simmee Frank H. Davis, Apopka; Robinson, Orlando,"Fla.; L. G. Bran-
Warren, Ohio; Pearce H. Glascock, J. A. Briggs, Briggsville, Wis.; E. ham, Orlando, Fla.; Charlotte E.
Osceola Journal; C. A Carpenter and K. Briggs, Postage, Wis.; Ira W Hand, Sanford, Fla.; Saidee William, ORLANDO 3:30 p. m. Arrive SEBRING 8:10 p. m.
wife, Orlando,; Fred J. Knott, Fair- Leach, Petoskey, Mich.; Wm. E Sanford, Fla.CHADWICK'S. ..
mont, Minn.; A. Ruth Annoble, Wav- S. N. Yowell, Orlando, Fla.; Mrs. J. ..
Mrs. J. G. Hook, Orlando, Fla.; Mrs. D. Barnes, Wilson, N. C.; Mr. antMrs. SPECIAL SALE :
C. D. Crawford, Grottoes, Va ; Miss J. R. Irvin, Orlando, Fla.; Mrs. LASTING 30 DAYS .. .
erly, N. Y;. F. J. Terry, Orlando, Fla; D. R. Callahan, Lincoln, Neb.; Mrs. -
Ina Martin, Taylor's Creek, Ga.; A. A. F. Vason, Brattlesboro, Vt.; Mr No. 1-10 acres, 21-2 miles southeast : EEISRI\G OFFERS OPPORTUNITIES IN ALL LINES.
of city, hard road
on all improved i :
Fortner, St. Elmo, Ills.; Mrs. W. E and Mrs. John L. Roberts, Chester, ; 175 budded orange and grapefruit .
Waits, Hawthorn, Fla.; Elsa Hens- Pa.' ; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Macy, Or trees just coming into bearing7room ; FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL AT f I
land, Fla.; C. M Martin, Melbourne, ando, Fla.; Miss Lucy, RepublicSlae house; the land is of the best: :
chen, Oakland, Fla.; G. K. Sper, Oak- and "Muz," Orlando, Fla.; D. "\\.! No.of 2-city Two, nicely 3-acre situated young groves divide inside i I'
Fla.; E. R. OneaU Belpore, Ohio; J. Clark, Apopka; Mrs. D. W. Clark, into home lots. to '
C/ Hood, Boston farmer; M. H. Mowen Apopka; H. C. Phillips, Sanford; No. 3-13 acres, 8 acres with 6-
RAl[ LE[ I A I[
SEBRING[ OFFICE[
Armawan, Ills.; L. G. Barnhamand Mrs. B. L Blain, Waterville, Minn.; the room 5 acres house is and garden 200 bearing land divided grove in;
wife Miss Pattie
Burlington, Vt.; C. B. Gray, Purnell, Monteagle, Tenn; acre lots and recorded.No. .
Burlington, Vt.; Mrs. Ffl. P. Robinson Mr. Bob Durkin, Moston, Mass.; 0. 4-5 acres east between Amelia
Burlington, Vt.; Miss Fannie Walker, Palestine, Ills.; Alice I. and Concord avenues, just over city: N0.5 ORANGE AYE ORLANDO FLORIDA
Comstock. Providence, R. L; M. J. Grimes, Paw Paw, Mich.; Mrs. V. I. limit line; a part of it to bearing ,
grove and grapery; a fine 8-room
Sweet, Topeka, Ind.; B. E. Jones, Travis, Detroit, Mich.; Miss M. J. house and other buildings. This i is a
and Ed. L. Hainz i
B. Treadway Opposite
Brockton, Mast; W. T. Berry, Apop Gilchrist, city; Mrs. F. T. Scruggs, rare bargain to get a city home just j C. I
ka, Fla,; Mrs. W. T. Berry, Apopka, city; Miss Nellie Wolfe, Plant City: over tention.the city line. Give this your at- Local Representatives San Juan HotelItl'11111111111111141111.114tl

Fla.; Mrs Geo. A. Wood, West Len Fla.; Mrs. Cora L. Green, Tampa, No. 5-10 acres, 20 improved wit
anon, N. H.; Geo. A. Wood, West Fla.; Mr. M. E. Adams, Maysvill, 500 choice bearing orange trees, south!i ' .1.11111111.11.111..1111.111111..111111 tttltI4t.fJ.4' tlltlllllllllllllill II
Lebanon, N. H.; Mrs. John Utzen- tie, Ind.; Misss Isla Green, Fitzger side of lake, near Altamonte Springs; It.I.IIIII.11 I"11111 I"It'Cash
dorf, Winter Garden; Arch Hodges, aid, Ga.; Mrs. Geo. B. Green Or- fine bungalow of 8 rooms; also 4-room -.
Christmas, "Fly; Chas. W. Wilde, Ga.; Miss J. Pearce Rogers, Newcas Cottage shade; furnished tennis court; beautiful(cement lawn); and the Registers. Warman fixes 12-5-tf'em I Dr. BucKmaster
Grand Rapids, Mich; Amy A. Wilde, lando; Mrs. Mary 0. Beerman, Orlando show place of the South, known as on Court street. j WM.
Grand Rapids, Mich.; Ernest S. Wil ; B. N. B. Miller, Trenton, N. the Foss Grove. On account of the o R S.1JOSEPHINE
der, Grand Rapids, Mich.; B. M. J.; Mrs. B. N. B. Miller, Trenton, N. death of attend Mr. Foss, Mrs. Foss can no Ladies' hair dressing, massage, Osteopathic Physician ( HARPEROSTEOPATHS ;
longer to the
Eastman, Portland, Me.; Miss Alice J.; W. F. Malcolm (Miss Remington)), means sell it. estate. This &oo, electric drier. Gem Barber 132 Orange Avenue
C. Eastman, Portland Me.; Charles Jacksonville, Fla.; Mrs. M. Pirrung, No. 6-Several nice homes, close to Shop. 1-2-tf 1 Oldest Established Practice In <
E Record, Leominister, Masss.; Seth New Buffalo, Mich.; Mrs. A. W. Miller 1- Lake Eola, and other parts of the city. Next door to People's Bank, Orlando
Woodruff, Also choice lots, close in. WOOD, COAL AND ICE 19 W. Church Street, Up-Stalrs I
Orlando New
; J. H. Hildreth, Buffalo, Mich.; G. D. Ghent, If
want to for home
buy investment
you
Brattleboro, Vt.; Mrs. Joseph 0. Orlando; Alice Jacobs, Orlando; I am a leader along or these- Wood $1.50 a strand up. chronic Consu tat'on' and Free Examiration .
Neill, Fall River, Mass., and Orlando, Chas. Chadduck, Grafton, West Va.; lines. Call or phone and make date Coal Yari phone 566. 9.31-
Fla.; J. R. McCoy, Beaver Mrs. C. S. Fleek, Lakewood, N. Y. for investigations. IIMHIMIHIIHMglMHTake
% Dam, V t.; ; Telephone 578. 1--
Mrs. Leroy Thompson Donald C. Helms Open evenings W. T. ENTRICAN, --
Orlando -
Victor
Glens Fall, N. ; S 19 W. Church St.-Phone 398
1 Y., and Orlando, Fla.; Mr. Chas. W. Bennett, Orlando, Fla.; Mrs. A. T, Makes a specialty of painting, paper 1'l'l your repairing to Warman on
ll ors,.furniture, etc. I
refinishing
Lidell, Schuyler Lake, N. YMr.. Salisbury, New York; Mrs. Joseph Read the a1 Ivertisements daily. I lug Phone 636. 1-21-lm For the news, read The Sentinel Court street. 125tfj

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t THE DAILY MANY ENTRIES IN THE BETTER ANOTHER FINE HOUSE CHANGES Fair Tickets "III""I"'I"'I'III'I'II"'I'III'I'I"I" :

BABIES CONTEST HANDS The fair management request all
South Florida Sentinel
persons who will to purchase season
MORNING AND WEEKLY Much interest is being manifestedin Mrs. Lelia Foss, of Altamonte, Fla., tickets, which may be had at the
r JOSiAH FERRIS Editor and Owner. the "Better Babies" contest which has purchased the James Diamond price of one dollar, of Turner H. Dickson-Ives
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Entered at the postoffice at Orlando, Florida takes place tomorrow, and although it home, corner East Livingston and Evans, jeweler; V. W. Estes, and N.
a* Second Class Mail Matter. is impossible as yet to obtain a com- Hillman streets. Mrs. Foss has taken J. Merck, druggists; Curtis & O'Neal,

TO ADVERTISERS: plete list of contestants, the follow- possession and is remodeling the and W. S. Branch, book storesthereby -
ing entries have been made: house and is building a garage with avoiding the congestion at the
Copy for display and all other hand-iet .
advertising must be handed in at the business Class A ((6 to 12 months, inclusive) servants' quarters. The deal was .
,'- office of the Sentinel later than 2 gate.W.
the day before publication.not This rule appliesto p. m. -Edwin Charles.Hansel, Emily Eliz- closed through Chadwick's real estate H. Dickson, president; W. R. DEPARTMENTAL '
changes for contract admtiains it b abeth Van Duesen, Ralph Martin, and business exchange.A O'Neal, secretary. STORE I
invariable and will be strictly adhered to.
Clarence R. Smith, James Barco J

SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Slemons, Frederick Anderson, Edward TIP. CANADAALLENAt

One Year .....................$5.00 Rogers, :Mabel Fields, Doris Lyle To Brother Joe Reese: Caution. We the Methodist parsonage, in the
3 Six Months ................... 2.50 Sellers, Edith Ayers, Valeria Chis- note there are race-horses in Orlando. presence of a few friends yesterday Orlando o's FavoriteI ShoppingPLACE

Three Months ................. 1.25 holra, Roy Symms, Jr., Sarah Caldwell Tampa Tribune. afternoon at 3 o'clock, Mr. Royal
In Advance. Maxwell, Gladys M. Anderson. Vover Allen, of Mayo, Fla., and Miss

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19. 1914. Class B (1 to 2 years, inclusive Subscribe for the SentineL Irene May Canada, of this city, were
Malcolm L. Wade, Loring C. PonderCharles ,I united in marriage by the Rev. Dr. J.

S. Pipkin, Harriet D. Hand, E. Wray. Their many friends wish : i
All aboard for the fair
grounds. Use the Sentinel want columns.
Mildred May Morris,
Stanley
Bumby, them long and happy lives.
o Hattie Louise Speer, Dora Elizabeth

Congratulations to Solicitor Tilden. Barker, Martin I,. Shaw, Jr., Ed. Pace 11111111111111.111111111111111111111111111111111111)+ : During the week we intend -
o Irons, Thelma Baker, James D. Harris I
i Join in now and help Volusia celebrate to offer some extraordinary -
Margaret Yancey, Joseph Lee,
b her'day at the fair. Cash to Loan on t
Cary Elizabeth Brannon,Chloe Bertha inducements, which we '
o Brannon, Leroy Henry, Marvin C.
Here and there a "real hero" may shall on sale from a.
Flynn, Framar Woodruff Boardman, put 7 m.
be seen wearing a straw lid.o Walter City PropertyReal
Bradshaw Schultz, Frieda to 12 o'clock noon. The care-
Esther Billiter, Kister Boylen, Allen
The weather for the fair has been L. Redd, James Harold Hammond, ,: ful housewife, the thrifty
ideal; nature smiles on Orange.
Margaret Agnes Pfenning, Robert
mother the
o Coppedge, Helen May Salomon,Agnes Estate bought and sold discriminatingbuyer
2 .The cops are after the speeders, Patricia Renfroe, Elinor Estes, Everett -' cannot fail to take ad-

and harvest a new.crop every day. H. Wilkinson, Marian Ruth Bal- for cash or on commission. vantage ol the splendid price
r lard, James Albert Cheek, Margaret
t The Tropical Sun of West Palm Louise Giles, John Dwight Peters, reductions.
Beach has bloomed forth as an after- Mary Adair Edwards, Rose Laverne /
noon daily. Success to it. Hurt Here's some for a start:
Dr. A. J. TAYLORRock
o Class C (2 to 3 years, inclusive
"Best town in Florida" is a familiar -
Anne Franklin Van Duzor, Martha H.
expression used by visitors in Or Jones, Ora K. Viehman, Eloise Vieh- Building, Upstairs.iliiltttHltttttltitMittliwtilMlilllMIIMMMIII. A. M. SPECIALSFancy
lando. The visitors know.
certainly
man, Elnora Rose Baner, Frances. :
0 Phillips, Robert C. Palmer, Junius -
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The Sanford Herald suggests a Dovell, George Wendell Philips, Em ttlllMltltittitttiliHMttttttliMIIIIMtlliilMltMAn '
press associaton composed of the ma Fuller, Edith GroutCHATTANOOGA Batists in handsome new designs -

newspaper men of Orange, Osceola, I colorings and effects.
Seminole, Lake and Volusia. Good Accident
PLOW COM- Bought to sell at and 200OurA.M.PricelOeyd
suggestion. Call a meeting, Robert. PANY'S EXHIBIT 15
o
,
Sanford invites the world to come CoL J. W. Butler, who has been
and inspect the city and the country general agent for the ChattanoogaPlow i is likely to occur to any

surrounding Sanford. The visitors company twenty-seven years, is 2000 yards Laces, Cluny,
s to the midwinter fair at Orlando this demonstrating the time. The
palmetto disc plowat one at any Torchon, Battenburg, Valen-
week
are especially requested to make Machinery Hall. The interest that
Sanford as a side trip for we have the people have in agriculture may be is much. ciennes, etc., etc., Edges and
goods and want to show you.-Sanford gained by watching the crowds thatlisten cost not Insertions--all widths. Boughtto

Herald. to CoL Butler's lectures on the sell
up 65c yard
o performances of this plow. They are, Better see me.niiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini.
Decorate yourself with green and not idle hearers
either. They are for
orange ribbon and be able to give a the most part farmers who are glad Our A M. Price 12 l2eYARDSPlain

reason for the faith that is in you regarding to hear at last of a plow for which
I Orlando and her future. palmetto roots have no terrors. This S.'AT.A.. and

"To thine own (town) be true; plow weighs over 1,300 pounds, and i is 1500 Striped Ratines,

And it must follow, as the night the made for three and four horses. It Stiped Casvas Cloths, Polo

day, has been sold at several points i in __ __ __ __ Serges, Flaxons, Striped
Thou canst not then be false to Florida
any where palmetto roots
are a
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etc., etc.
man. problem in the cultivation of the land.

r= o The company's exhibit contains also Y. FULLER R. L. FOX t Bought to sell up to Sot yd
Clark Howell, editor of the AtlantaConstitution cane mills and evaporators for
syrup
is said to be in line for making, and some of the syrup made Our A. M. Price 15c
succession to the late Senator Ba from one of the mills. The syrup i is THE PALMS AUTO CO

con's seat. It would be pleasing to furnished by the New Eden Plantation .

thousands Georgians to see the Atlanta I company of Osceola county. REO MOTOR CARS Silk Crepe de Chine

editor get the appointment, but e

it would be a little odd to see Hoke YOUNG MINISTER FALLS ON For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a (DOUBLE WIDTH)
Smith and Clark Howell
long time STREET NEAR THEATERRev.
political enemies, serving as col full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good force
leagues in the senate.If Beautifully soft and semi-
Mr. Metcalf, a minister about of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely sheer-in
of
o dainty colorings
36 years of age, fell on the street in }
f any one reading the writings of front of the Favorite theater last! guaranteed. Pink, Sky, Rose,'Cerise, New
Dorothy Dix has gained the impres night about six o'clock, in I I
an ep'leptic Blue and Dolly Varden ef-
; sion that she devotes all of her timeto convulsion. I
He was removed to the I
advising the love lorn he is mis lobby of the Orland hotel, and Dr. I fects. Bought to sell at

taken. The real Dorothy Dix is Mrs.Gilmer Buckmaster was called. In a short THE PALMS AUTO CO 75: yd
and in a personal interviewshe time he was in condition to be removed
says that women who devote their to his home on West Central I Our A. M. Price 39c
t FULLER & FOX, Proprietors. :
attention to the home are the real re
avenue. At last accounts he was
r She is famous cook and II
formers. a resting well, and is recovering.
says she would rather cook than MtlMMMItlllliltlimiimtlimitlliMIDIAMONDS I. SILK RATINES

,' write any day. II

0 I,
.l New York and other sections of the I II 36 inches wide
II
North have been in the grip of a severe I ,
In the new Dolly Varden
I
: blizzard. Snow has been banked I

,D. on the streets in such drifts as to stop effects on ground coloringsof
the surface cars, and necessarily bus- Navy and Kings Blue'

,. iness has been much impeded to say Tan and Brown. Bought to

1 nothing of the great discomfort an sell at $1.25.
actual suffering that the people have ..

;;: experienced. Considering the contrast IS OUR SPECIALTY Our A. M. Price 89c
tr, the people of this blessed section -"

\t should be duly grateful. JEWELRY. -_' (No phone or mail orderson

I h o IS OUR HOBBYWATCHES. these.)
, i "The more we study the Bryan primary -

; law," says the Gainesville Sun, ..

::1, "the member more of we the are legislature amazed could that vote any NONE BUT OF BEST MAKE ur C Millin r an ReadyIo. arsAre

j:, for it in its present shape." It seems You all well know that we carry the largest and ,

f to be a perfect mess, and has thrown best selected stock of Diamonds, Jewelry, Watches, Are already proving emi-
the voting population in a state of Cut Glass, China and Novelties in the State, and the
1- uncertainty and confusion. As soon price is undoubtedly attractive, for we pay direct from nently attractive. Pay a visitto

as the legislature meets every mem- manufacturers. Finest Watch Repair Shop. Artistic our parlors. 'Tis an edu-

ber will try and beat each other to Manufacturing of Jewelry.T.I1.vans cation in itself.
r the calendar to have it repealed.-

I Ocala Banner.

}I' The commission- 0r form of govern- ur Mail Ordera r r e artrn nt

ment is now working most admirably

r in every city in Florida where it has f
t been adopted. The commissioners Is a great help to our out of town customers,.

i have just ordered a hitching rack make use of it whenever you can. Samples on infor-

t erected in Orlando, and are alert tot mation cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.

; the interests of the city in every way Write for one ot our illustrated mail order cata-

' that will benefit trade or promote the the JewelerOPPOSITE logues. \Ve invite comparison values.
( intersts of the tax payers. They are

f now retiring half of the bond issue 5 ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
f which has been hanging over the city

t: for a number of years. In a few POSTOFFICB .

t years every town of any importance .
1 in the state will have the commisison Oiae ve. Orlandn n ''
EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
t. form of government, and Gainesville
should not be a laggard in this matter
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Eating Pure Candy is More Than a ( FAVORITE THEATRE I Io I I..

I ROBINSON A STARKEY, Managers | I I

Mere Pleasure. Here's Why.I I a! Open 9 a. m. to 1 10:30 .M.-I :
2 I

'Of course, hundreds of people all over the coun- | Admission 5 cents g :
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try eat Candy just because they like Candy just to Program I Sale ofPerfection
Special =
that desire for and also Bison :
satisfy something sweet-- you "The Gratitude of Wanda" ((101

t have done the same thing many times. 2-reel drama.
"The Primeval Test" (Rex)

If we can convince you that pure candy is 2-reel drama.

healthful-is really beneficial from a food stand. -- Oil Heaters I
The weather man never was kinder :
point, why then you'll realize that your money is well to the fair than he has been so far

spent when you buy Candy from our large assort- this year. The days would not have I I

ment. been more perfect if made to order.

day Mrs.for Harry Green Cove DeLaney Springs left to yester-visit The tOil Heater on the market We

relatives. Mr. DeLaney will go up are'closing: out the remainder of our stock at $339
Saturday to fcpend the week end, both ,

BUTT'S KANDY KITCHEN t tThe returning on Monday.Sir $3.89. and $439 You need one now and the

Horace Beauchamp, bart., C. B.,
I of London, Eng., has arrved in Orlando prices are lower than good heaters were ever : <<< ;; :\

J home of pure home-made Candies, for his usual annual visit lie is

spending the time at his country

Orange AvenueWADE place, two miles east of Orlando, on i

the Lake Underhill ,road. Big line of Blue Flame Oil Cookers. J. C.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A Little, of Glens ,

Falls, N. Y., are stopping a few daysat Wimple;window shades, cooking utensils, imported -
the St. Charles in this city. Mr.

Little is vice-president of the"Old and China glassware furniture rugs, etc.
Orlando's fair as usual are one of ,
Tried" Glens Falls Insurance com- .
the attractive features of the mid-
winter season. pany. Mr. Little is a warm personal
THE TUNER friend of Mr. C. A. Hovey.
ORLANDO, FLA. for Miss Helen Steinmetz leaves today Mr. and Mrs. John Duncan and We furnish your home complete. '
Matanzast Cuba, to visit with an
old school mate. daughter, Miss Ella, of Somerville,
Mass., who have been visiting points
Miss Nora Shallenberger, of of'interest in the southern of the ,
part
,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bothwell, of Brownsville, Pa., is the guest of Mrs. state, arrived in Orlando yesterdayand THIRD FLOOR---Take the Elevator. .;

Oswego, N. Y., are among the recent T. H. Thompson, on South Main are pleasantly located at the
arrivals who will spend the winterin street. :;
Willola for an indefinite stay.
Orlando.Mr. Mr. Marcus H.
Floyd, who has
Among the fair visitors was Sen-
: J. S. Baker, a retired businessman been on a visit to his brother, Mr.
ator Arthur E. Donegan, of Kissimmee. -
of Peekskill, N. Y., accompaniedby 0. B. Floyd, returned yesterday to
"The best advertisement that
his wife and daughter, are among his home in Hartford, Conn.Washington's .
the counties represented here could
the guests at the San Juan.A .
birthday falling on Mcssibly invest in," said the senator.
fu'llline of Warner's Rust Proof Sunday, Monday will be a legal holiday "It is a great fair, the best I've ever

Corsets and Brassieres at Boardman's and the various banks in the seen here, and everybody who helpedto
"Store of Satisfaction." 2-17-2t-eod state of Florida will be closed. make it deserves much praise."

Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Pierce, formerly School children who miss no ses- Mr. L. W. Hole, country editor of

ipular residents here, but now living sions this week, with so much goingon the Danville, 111., Commercial News,
Fin Gainesville, are the guests of Mr. in Orlando, deserve somethingmore is visiting his sister, Mrs. J. E, Tn y owe llu ltw rtn o

street and Mrs. 0. S. Robinson on Lake tion. than the usual honorable men- Arnold.was given He a arrived warm welcome.unannounced It,was and IOrlando's

Mrs. W. B. S 'an and little daughter Miss Nell Farrier, of Marianna, the first time the brother and sister

:Miss Eleanor, have arrived from Fla., and Miss Willie Camp, of Franklin had seen each other for fifteen years.

New York city and are the house Va., (have arrived and are the Mr. Hole is delighted with Orlando, Largest Store

guests of :Mrs. B. Beacham on North house guests of Miss Ruth Thompson and has written an article for his

Orange avenue. on Lucerne Circle. paper, which the Sentinel will reproduce

:Mr. R. G. Zetrouer, of Jacksonville, The Dunaway Concert company in in the near future. "Quality Did It."

and :Mr. H. G. Dieterich, of Sanford, the beautiful and artistic creation, Editor Bob Holly of the Sanford

representing the Virginia-Carolina "The Lady of the Decoration," will Herald and C. 0. McLoughlin, of San-

Chemical company, are spending sev- appear at the Lucerne theater, Satur- ford, visited the fair yesterday. Both

, eral days in the city. day evening, February 21st. are among Sanford's live wires and z
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:Miss Lucile Salterthwaite and Mr. Mrs. G. H. Ward, of Battle Creek, boosters extraordinary. Editor Hollyis '

Clem Salterthwaite will arrive this Mich., and Mrs. H. E. Andrews, of about the cleverest all round news- .. .

afternoon from Waynesville, N. C., Palmetto, Fla., are in Orlando on a paper person in Florida, and his side realize need
"Orlando is about to a
and will be guests at the residenceof visit to their mother, Mrs. L. C. partner McLoughlin Is just as good in

Mrs. S. G. Dolive.K. Horn, at her home, No. 8 Gould street. his line, which happens to be fertil- for a a building long time and in loan the association organizationof ," :MHMlMMIHMMIIHMHilMM MIMIMIIMIMtJ

R. MacDonald and C. V. Turner, Rev. A. M. Chisholm and wife were izers. He is a thoroughly good man I the Sentinel. "It will be headed :

of Pierce, passed through this city in Orlando yesterday from Kissimmee. in any line, however, and Sanford is says Orlando's best business and pro-

home to Orlando, traveling by the au- They came up to enter their I fortunate in being able to claim him. by fessional men, and will be in every Cakes Cakes!

Saturday while en route from their baby in the "Better Babies" contest. I Mrs. C. J. Terwilliger, of Sanford, sense worthy of support; in turn it

tomobile rout-Plant City Courier. Valeria Chisholm is the young lady's is among_the visitors to the fair. Her will be a great benefit to wage earn-

Eiffel Hosiery, in silk and lisle,. all name. husband was the first man to grow ers and others who find it hard to accumulate -

sizes, for ladies and children, at Rev. and Mrs. Howard Van Dyck, celery in the Sanford district, and was enough in one sum to pur- We have added a cake department
-
Boardman's "Store of Satisfaction." returned missionaries from China, one of the first to use the system of chase a home." The Sentinel thinks

, 2-17-2t-eod made an interesting talk at the Bap- sub-irrigation, which has since be- that property will never be cheaper l and will sell you any
tist come so well known and is consideredso ,
prayer meeting service last in Orlando and that
The Orlando Daily Sentinel has celebrated even- than it is now
the first year of its publica- ing. A large congregation heard necessary to the successful production this is the time for the men of mod- amount you want. Try some i

tion. It is one of the best daily pa- them with evident interest. intersetingly of celery. Mrs.of those Terwilligertalks early erate means to acquire homes.- of the following: Plain, Raisin, ii

in the state-and the Sun trusts Among the welcome visitors to Orlando TimesUnion.The .
pers days of the industry, and is proud of
are Capt. W. M. is the a Citron Marble Lady Oriental ii
that it will live forever.GainesvilleSun. Mathews and morning paper paper ,
I the part she had in being a pioneerin
Mrs. Roy Householder before she startson
who arrived: woman reads just
it. Nut Rich.
Mr. and Mrs E. S. Pierce and chil- in Orlando yesterday. Captain Mathews : a shopping trip-or on any sort ,
dren arrived yesterday from Gainesville is chief of.the Tampa fire depart: The State bank of Orlando, and of buying errand, and it is these ads.

and spent the day with Mr. and ment and will return today to the me- probably other business houses will that decide her as to where to buy
Mrs. 0. S. Robinson. They will leave tropolis of south Florida. Mrs. House- close this afternoon, to allow their the things she wants-or, which at
holder will spend several days with employes to attend the fair. An attempt her to to certain
this morning for Tampa, where they __ .L least, induce go.. .
friends. made have THE SANITARY GROCERY
was generalhalf
10 a tne offers I
will spend Gasparilla' week. stores or places to investigate
late arrivals at Maitland Inn Hal Estes, a well known drug sales holiday declared, but some of the made in the ads. It is but safe
The
man hailing from Orlando, is again merchants would not agree to it, tak- to say that if she reads the Morning CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
Boston
are: Mr. E. P. Boynton, ,
the stand that
covering this territory, to the delightof ing many people came Sentinel for news, she will also
Duluth Minn.
Mass. Mr. Herding, ,
; to Orlando to trade the fair
have been here for his many friends. Hal quit the during read it for buying opportunities. 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
whose family sev- road for and it would, not be doing them jus-
while
and Mrs. Zee Zing Glen- a entering into busi- shaped locket
eral weeks; tice to close while they were here for LOST-On Monday pear
coe, Ill., who has recently joined her ness with his brother, but this popular with four-leaf clover on one side
Inn knight of the grip, as do others, that purpose. The banks will all and wishbone on other side. On CUT FLOWERS, AND POTTED PLANTS.
in the new cottage.Mr.
family close Monday on account of fair grounds,
had to come back to it, and is in George Wednesday, probably on
and Mrs. E. W. Moore, of Ben- his old now Washington's birthday.Rev. cut steel shoe buckle. 'Reward for return MHIMetllMimMIIIMMMIiiillllMIIHIIMIillilSpecial
territory.-Plant City Courier.A .
Mich. and Mrs. Vivian to this office.
ton Harbor, and Mrs. Remsen were infor-
Moore and daughter, Miss Lilla, of nice line of Kimonos, in silk,
mally at home to their parishionersand
Battle Creek, Mich., arrived in the flannel and crepe. Ask to see them, Eat what you want.
at Boardman's "Store of Satisfac- other friends yesterday afternoonat Eat all you want. : (
will
and
,, city yesterday afternoon, tion." 2 the Deanery and they will welcome Take a postscript and forget it.
spend several days with Mr. and Mrs. -172teodMr. callers each Wednesday afternoon and For sale by all durggists.l7d&wlyr
E. H. Gore, at their home in Anderson and Mrs. Gilman Davis and
evening from 4 to 6 and 8 t olO p. m.
son, Harold, have arrived from Os- Bargains
street.
Mr. and Mrs. Remsen, with her mother -
Miss Lavinia Engle, of Washington wego, N. Y. Mr. Davis brought his Mrs. Halter, are rapidly becoming LUTHER THE FLORISTCut

D. C., is the house guest of Rev. five passenger Ford and will do con- acquainted with the people here, and .A .N /.f. ; 'X-.

Mary Safford and Mr. and Mrs. Victor siderable traveling through the state are cordially welcomed, a number of Flowers

Starbuck. Miss Engle is sent by the before Davis returning to Oswego. The visitors enjoying the opportunity fora ROSES, VIOLETS, 1-Four Passenger Cadillac $350
family drove
from
National society to organize over Day-
Suffrage chat with them yesterday. As his '
in various tona yesterday to attend the fair. Mr. CARNATIONS, PANSIES,
equal suffrage leagues parish work will require the frequent
states, and expects to spend several Davis is a horseman and is much interested absence of Mr. and Mrs. Remsen from POTTED PLANTS NPassenger Hudson $500

weeks in Florida. in the races. the Deanery, they will endeavor to

The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist The Rev. Florence Kollock Crooker, keep' these hours when friends can These cars are in good shape, good
church met with Mrs. F. A. Curtis of Boston, is in the city, the guest 'of find them at home.

Monday afternoon. The meeting was her sister-in-law, Mrs. Alice G. Kol- -.f: Good Wood $1.50 tires and ready to run.

very interesting. Committees report- .lock, Concord, avenue.' Her husband, TEN YEARS IN ORLANDO
ing on work done and on work to be Dr. Joseph H. Crookes, will join her Chiropodist for both men and wo- Better Wood $Z and $2.25

done, and the reports were very good, in a few days, being detained by final men. Manicure, pedicure, face and Wood $2.50 and $2.75
Best -
scalp massage. Feet a specialty. L. San Juan Co.
some exceedingly good. At the close work on his latest book just ready for J. Mustard, 117 Orange avenue, over Garage
of the business session, Mrs. Curtis press. Mrs. Crooker is widely known Curtis & O'Neal's store. 26lmOSTEOPATHY This won't last long,
served hot chocolate and cake, whichwas not only as a minister of the liberal All ServiceAJAX
Stock while can. Night
enjoyed by all present. The meet- faith, but as speaker and organizer: up you
ing adjourned to meet with Mrs. Grif- in the cause of woman suffrage has I
fin next month. done most effective work. Orlando Wood Yard
DR. J. C .HOWELL TIRES don't cost any more and are guaranteed .
Just a limited number of ladies coat Eat what you want. Hours, 10-12,3-5, and by appointmentNo 104 W. Pine St. for five thousand miles.
suits at cost to close out, at Board- Eat all you want extra charge for house treatment 4
man's "Store of Satisfaction." Take a postscript and forget it. Telephone connections I B. W. KIMGSIEY, Proprietor ;.
For sale by all druggists: I
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$1,000 Buys a five-room house and If your paper is not delivered'"1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIel.I.IIIIII.I..III..III.tt
lot within block of Lake
one Eola. promptly, don't fail to notify the office. I
S. See Frank Soper, Room 3, McNeill &
Davis Bldg. 2-18-lOt
AUTO TRUCK FOR SALE at a price 5
FOR SALE you can afford to pay to own it. .
Loquats (Japanese plums), best 311 North Orange avenue. 1-27-tf II
fruit for jelly and preserves. Phoneor ,

New Arrivals write your orders. Also banana California BungalowsFine
FOR REm
plants, in any size or quantity. Writeor
phone your orders to John Murphy,
Schenley Place, Orlando. Phone 322. FOR RENT-5-room house, partly Location.
Lot
3 Ratines, Eponges, Crepes, Poplins, Terry 2-13-lw furnished. See Frank Soper, Room Large "j
I Davis 2-18-10t I
3, McNeill & Bldg. I
P Cloth, Lawns in the, latest colors. Ladies FOR SALE AT A BARGAIX-FOR : Only one left to sell .
TEN DAYSA '.
FOR RENT-Large attractive room
Home Journal Patterns at five-room house and lot; bath in new bungalow. 203 Ridgewoodavenue. : Four built and sold in less than 3 months.
t and modern conveniences; hot and 2-4 tf

old water, and electric lights. House : Best values ever offered in Orlando
FURNISHED ROOMS in a new mod-
comparatively new. For price, call at
McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT tfo. 411 Boone street Telephone 364.116t ern home, with kitchenette if de
sired. Apply 14 East Amelia, next Price $2 750
door to Wyoming. 2-19-lt .
FOR SALE

!: STORE An elegant modern home; four bed- FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms"II : Inspect No. 5 today.An .

rooms; two bath rooms; gas and elec- in new home, close in; electricity,II
tricity throughout; fruit trees and gas, bath, fireplace in 'large front ideal all round home-at low
year a price.
128 S. Orange Ave.HillMMIMtlMmillilMIMMMMMIMIIMMIIiMH. flowers. 509 East Central avenue. i room; hot water.: 114 East Jackson ::
2-15-tf street. 2-17-3t
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THIRTY ACRES, high, fine round
timber; cut over once; three acres FOR RENT-Large, well furnished
cleared and planted in orange and room to persons wishing suburban FRED. B. DALE Owner
grapefruit; lake front and beautiful \Accommodations; also 2 acres good : ,
location for a home; one mile and a, truck land, close in. Good opportu- ,
r quarter from Ocoee. $800. A. M. nity for right person. Address "A," : 306 Anderson Street

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congregations attended both DPEOPLE'S See Corner FORSALENew
of the Methodist services at the Grand
Notices of Lost, Wanted For Sale, For
yesterday. The congregation last tent I[ etc, for this column. Roe for one day
made of iOe for three days or $1.00 for one week, for
night was largely :
up young
i IS words or less. Money must accompany i
men who gave the most serious attention !ie advertisementa for this column as no Lake and Anderson Two-Story Modern ;
InSertions will be made on credit. .
to the sermon on "Dissipating : .

Club Houses." Supt Howard had a House block from
FOR SALE one ; ;
,, splendid Sunday school and he is now Streets : ,

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Easter collection for missions.
on Court street 12-5-ti ,
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Greatest Soul Saver of Our Day," for sale. In good condition. Ap Helen Wright Owner ji
ply 510 S. DeLaney street. 2-14-tl I ,
; and at night, "Orlando's Bright ATTENTION HOMESEEKERSA MISCELLANEOUS

Spots." 113 AMERICA STREET ;
SEE H. H. WITHERINGTON for
a home WANTED-Good stenographer few
pretty on Conway clay
Everybody most cordially invited. bargain in a winter home at Apopka, road; choice land, at bargain price. hours each week. Dr. J. Taylor, I imimiiimiiimmtmmmiiiiiitniitimin

Orange county, Florida. See R. B. Perry, at Water Works. Rock Bldg., upstairs. 2-15-3t
;Q, A UNIQUE ATTRACTION. 2-13-6t-ltw 2-15-10t
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\*' FOR SALE-600 acres of high grad< FOR SALE if returned to No.5 West :
1' Opera House, Feb. 24. citrus land; 2 miles facing Orlandt Livingston avenue. 2-15-31 ,
: Six hundred acres timber land and Estate Agents, Investors and HomeseekersATTENTION
and Oakland brick road and 21-!2
London Mills (Ill.) ChatauquaThe LOST-Betwe Presbyterian church! :
with miles
ten acre orange grove, two
miles lake shore.
S. S. Griffin
Adams Sisters are the most Orlando on, Fla. lof lake shore, near Winter Garden, and Gore avenue, coral and pearl I i '
unique and entirely satisfactory entertainers one of the greatest trucking and I brooch. Liberal reward if returned :

,r evef on this circuit Smallin FOR SALE-Five passenger Over. citrus centers of Florida. The orange I to Dickson & Ives. 2-17-21 I I I offer for $1,900 two-story, six-room cottage, with

land automobile; owner has to re,. crop will pay interest on the whole WANTED-An experienced Japanese : and shed. .Located at 307 West street north.
stature, they are large of heart Griffin rose house ,
turn North. See Edmund investment. Terms. S. S. cook would like position in private I
and intellect and atainments. In Room 9, McNeil & Davis Bldg.Hugill, cor,' owner, Orlando, Fla. 2-5 family. Inquire at Sentinel office. : Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also

song, in readings, in tableaux, there ner Orange avenue and Church street. 2-15-10t I six-room bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special

was not one moment of their entertainment 2-17-3t FOR SALE LOST-February 15th, long bar pin, : heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy base-
Fresh Jersey cow, third calf; per- colored gold. Egyptian head of red I suitable for
I but was highly enjoqed and ment, wainscoated and sealed, laundry or
EXCHANGEWill fectly gentle, and free milker. Can coral in center. Return to Eola CotI I
they were encored over and over be seen at Oak Knoll farm. Fogg & tage. Reward. 2-17-3t I furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery.

', again. They are two beautiful and exchange a fine improved fare 1 Osteen, Altamonte Springs, Fla. LOST Bunch of keys, on Tuesday I House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These
of 160 acres in Minnesota for bear
tb refined ladies, and entertainers of the ing grove not too far from Orlandc a -I. 1-31-tf night, at fair grounds; taggedR. I lots connect at the corners, with rose house between. I

highest order-The London Times Describe what you have and address! FOR SALE A. Patten. Please return to San : offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission.

y For benefit Baptist Ladies' Aid Society "Exchange," care Sentinel. 2-12-l\v Juan hotel and receive reward. Open to all .
Forjy-acre farm, located near Con- 2-18-2t .
at Opera House, Tuesday even way. Most all under cultivation.
ing, Feb. 24. The little ladies will be FOR real SALE estate 'in OR Orlando'EXCHANGE-Fo or close b ]t' Good soil. Public road on two sides. LOST Between Metodist church in E. N. COY
y' and Lucerne theater, or probably
on display in McCulloch's window- I a large ice: cream factory and bake ry, Lake on one corner. Seven acres of the theater, on February 4th, an
and trees all in St. Norlh,0rlandoittMIMiltMIIIIHMMIHMIIiMMMIIIMIIiaHHIl
orange grapefruit 307 West
watch for them.Cabbage with retail store, all modern equipment amethyst brooch. Return to Sentinel ,
fine condition. Well fenced.
brine freezer ,;
cement storag 2-15-tf
office. Reward.
Also lots two minutes walk off
tanks and sales, of six to eight hun- , *
are being hauled in Pa- I dred gallons per week, all sold in tow] Orange avenue, filled with fruit trees. LOST-Sabel Collie dog, white breast
where made which is Apply to W. H. Hazlett, 614 N. Ora and white streak between
latka and sold for $2.00 per crate, one of the bes eyes.
summer towns Lake ange avenue, Orlando Fla. 2-18-1w return to Mrs. W. L. Lewis
seventeen heads to the crate. on Michigan; ;a Kindly NOTICE Warman Repairs and Retires Baby
suitable business for and receive reward. 707 E. Central
having
persons ;:a 12.5 tf
FOR SALE Carriages on Court street. -
winter. business in the South. An: avenue. 2-17-3t Notice is hereby given that the Cityof
Word comes from McIntosh that person interested can see interior photographs : Pure Georgia cane syrup, in any Orlando Florida, will on January 1,
,
X of this quantity. Also Georgia seed peanuts WANTED-Ladies to bring those W. T. ENTRICAN,
the orange in that section place, by addressin:g off with interest to that
groves
are J. of early and late varieties. Will have combings to us.. Don't destroy 1915, pay' decorator. New-
interior
S. Colvin, Orlando, Fla. 2-4-t f numbered 7, 8, 9, 10, 19 Painter and
looking fine, and show the best bud- in few days variety of seed corn; also them. We will make what you want. date, bonds of Orlando seven ideas and old ones, too. Fhone 636 '
wood and bloom prospect in a good GIVE YOU A DOLLAR Georgia smoked meat in hams, mid- Come and see our stock and examineour and 20, of bonds the City issued July 1, 1892, Expert workmen employed. 4
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cent.
J, dlings and shoulders. Headquartersat work. We invite inspection. If per 1-21-lm
many years. made for
: W. R. King's, 47 West Church you haven't the hair we supply it. according to the provisions I.Now's .
If one bottle Davis' Sage and Sulphu r street, the cheap cash Our stock is genuine. We make everything redemption in said bonds.
grocer.
Fort Pierce is going to have a new I Hair Remedy fails to remove dan 1- Yours: with thanks, to orders Will pay cash for Dated February 11, 1914. the time, to subscribe. Every-
bank building. druff or stop falling hair. Estes Phai'- "The Georgia Man" combings. Nickolas & Nickolas, 305 CARL JANSEN, City Clerk. body's doin it.I.IIIIIII.I.J'J.
macy sells and guarantees. it 7.1 2-13-tf W. E. POWELL Garland avenue. 2-19-dw-lm 2-12-1m


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

}' dlene.) Three reels of fine Pictures.
PRICES 25c I 50 C, 7 5 C

Afternoon Admission 5c; Night 5 and lOc.

; Seats on' sale Estes Pharmacy, Thursday, Feb. 19.

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JONES SHOW shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber I Bargain for Some Person For Sale
Shop. 1-2-tf New house in good repair, paintedand
papered, piazza and one screened.
One of the many acts that go to Five acres in the lot. Young orange THE MARKETOf
show and grapefruit grove of 325 trees $2600. Thirteen fine buildinglots.
animal
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makeup the trained wild Miss Dye, the art teacher at
just coming into bearing. 100 peach
J. Jones and now Cathedral school, announces that instruction Good location. Some
owned by Johnny trees, 8 Japanese persimmon trees,
playing a week's engagement in Or- in her department is opento roses and shrubs in front yard. Good with lake fronts. Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH

lando at the fair grounds, is that of the general public as well as to water. Situated on clay road to Pine $3,500 Beautiful New Seven '
Castle, near Drennen Station. Also i
Frank Levine and his troupe of bears, members of the school. Arrange- AND SALT MEATS. ,
10 acres on the clay road, suitablefor room residence, modernin
consisting of two white or polar bears ments may be made for instruction in orange and grapefruit trees or every respect. Corner

and a black or Canadian bear. These art jewelry, including elementary: gardgjjlg1 Any one wanting a FlorIn lot and close in. : FISH AND GAME
demonstrate intelligence of a'' work in silver, copper and brass. :r\.Jme will do well to call at "MasI .
animals
sachusetts Villa." Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
high order and perform wonderful Terms seventy-five cents an hour. tf I A. D. TURNER. $5500. Modern Lake Eola home; :

feats at the bidding of the trainer.I .- extra fine large lot. : Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
:Mr. Levine is a former Orlando boy, I
his right name being Charles Solomen ;1800. Fine large lot with beautiful : and pure.
To the West and NorthwestVIA I
he was view of Lake Lu.I
and up until two years ago i We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
mechanic and driverat cerne.
employed as a the -- -- everything in the Meat Line.
the Cadillac garage. When
57500. Eleven-acre grove; 800
Jones company played Orlando two DIXIE LIMITED DIXIE FLYER AND full .
Solomon, or Levine, as he bearing trees and a
years ago of other fruits. The PARLOR
variety MARKET
the company
now calls himself, joined
SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
and almost immediately Mr. Jones Splendid lake front and
hard road town.
on near
Solomon there "" "" -
recognized that in successful UU.1V U1XUCLimited. Flyer. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED A big bargain.Cooper ft M. Self & Co
were the makings of a I Lv Orlando, A. C. L..12:31am 3:13pm I Lv Orlando. ........................*3:13pm
handler of animals. He gave young|Ar Jacksonville A. C. L.... 6:45 am '1:30 pm Ar Jacksonville ..................... 7:30 pm
needless to Lv Jacksonville, A. C. L... 9:35 am 8:25 pm Lv Jacksonville. A. C. L. ........... 8:15pm I & AthaGround PINE
and
Solomon a chance say LT Waycross A. C. L..ll:50am 10.25pm Lv Waycross, A. C. L. .............10:20pmAr
has "made good" Macon G. S. & F....... I 5:13) pm 4:15am Macon. G. S. & F. ..:........... 3:46 am 80STREET
man
the young |tAr Atlanta, C. of Ga....... 8:03 pm 'l:25 am Ar Atlanta, C. of Ga. .............. '1:12 am Phone No.
Solomon will be pleased to see any of IAr Ar Knoxville L. & N. ............12:19pm Floor Opp. Postoffice
the show on, the Chattanooga W. & A. .12:18'am 11:55am Ar Corbm 1.. & N. ................ 3:16pm
his old friends at Ar Nashville, N. C. & St L. 4:50 am 4:30 pmArSL Ar Louisville L. & N. ........,..... 9:00 pm Phone No.
311
fair grounds all week. :20 Ar Indianapolt Pa. L. ............ 1:50 a mAr 1"'II'I"III'IIII"IIIIIIII'II' II'I"'III"I" .
Louis, LC.&L.&N. 2:50 pm 1 am
Lexington L. & N. ............ 6:SU pm 'I
t {Ar Hopltmsville, L. & N........... 6:27pmAr Ar Cincinanti. L. &N. ....,........ 8:50 pm
Fresh line of ruchmgs, both cream,' Evansville L. & N..... 9:28 am 9:25 pm At Kalamazoo, G. R. & I. ..........1%:20 pm
and white, at Boardman's "Store of ;Ar Terre Haute, C. & E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am Ar Grand Rapids G R. & I. ....... 2:45 pm I . .' .' " .. TMItttmilllfUIIOIOHQIIMIHI
Satisfaction." 2-17-2t-eod I,Ar Chicago, C. & E. I...... 6:50 pm 6:50 am Ar-Cleveland,Big Four ............. 7:15aD I

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'nom sleeping cars observation compartment
t drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coach
Jacksonville and
:;::ars and dining car between
hicago, and section drawing-room sleeping es, between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and W.lVI.SLElVIONS'New
ForSaleiModern ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Jacksonville, Louisville and Indianapolis;
DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
Solid train carrying'electric lighted compartment Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car betweenJacksonville
observation sleepers and electlic' and Grand Rapids on Mondaysand
lighted section drawing-room sleepers. First- of each week. Dining
Thursdays car
8roomHouse : ::lass coaches and smoking are Dining car
Goods
service between Atlanta and Cincinnati.
serves meals a la carte. ..< Arriving I Daily
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FOR TICKETS,PULLMAN RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION WRITE OR CALL ON .
of W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent.
west Wyom- Atlantic Coast Line, Orlando

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I made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes. .

L. Bentley, Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels. -3

10 L AMELIA AVENUE Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, On Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.


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Ar Birmingham Opelika, Ala., Ala., C.,of C.Ga.of Ga.l2:05. 7:30 amr p for medicinal and table

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Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C..__. 7:46 pm use. .., '.
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Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C.___.___ 9:35 pm -, ,
Ar Cairo, III, I. C..__.._.__11:07 pm v Per Pint, 50 cents.

Ar Carbondale, III, I. C._...12:13 am Per Quart, $1.00. Orlando '

Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C.___._ 7:05 am Per Gallon, $3.50.
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Ar Matoon, 111.,' I. C._______ 3:30 am & Light Coui
Ar Champaign, III, I. C.4:29 am :
Ar Kankakee, Ill., I. C._____ 6:20 am I
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section, sleeping cars, and free Water Ice
reclining chair cars, between Jackson '

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St Louis. All meals in dining
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car.For tickets and Pullman car reser- i DeLaney & Abernethy .
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4 White Orpingtons-Wm. Edwards, -
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fIlE.STATE BANK OrORlANDO'I Zellwood, Fla., 2 cock, 2,3,4,5; cockerel :.._,
1* 2, pen. Fish & Fish, Sanford, 'lfSTq\OR( t( V

1 cockerel, 2 hen. G. C. Keller, 1 ,
cock, 5 hen. Dr. C. E. Enlow, 1, 3, 4

hen; 1,2,3, 4,5, pullet. ,
White Leghorns-C. Fred Ward, 1 And :IlffiddenLock ] I. Y
s jll : ii jkp I f cock, 3 hen. Wm. Pringle, 2 cock, = ._
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A + 2, 4, hen. Dr. C. C. Enlow, 1 cockerel
1, 3, 5, pullet. E. H. Walker, 3
I cock, 2 hen. Morton Jones, 1, 2, hen. == your valnablos 5n our yanliluring ;
R. D. Waring, 2, 4, pullet.
Sicilian Buttercups-C. F. Ward,' 1
cock. Mrs. J. E. Ensign, 1 pen. ii iho Fair, vcwill care for
White Indian Game-W. N. Davis,
LONG ESTA9LISHED: 1, 2, cockerel, 5 pullet. E. A. Young, '
'- SAfE.CONSERVATlVEACCONMOOATING 1 cock, 1,2, hen; 1,2, 3, 4, pullet. = iliara :lor you )'/]it ploasiira ail l

Silver Compines-Fish & Fish, 1

cock.Pit E without' ;: charge f
Games-Hazel Kilgore, 1 cock, u .
k TO' BECOME THE OWNER OF A HOIE. ..., 1 hen. a
Silver Spangled Homburgs-Mrs. II

.' ;:::'-- W. E. Long, 1 cockerel, 1 pullet.
'-' Cornish Ind. Game-C. G. Megar-

k gee, Umatilla, 1 cock, 1 hen, 1 cock- $
erel, 1, 2, pullet, 1' .
pen. I ( '
g Is the cherished ambition, of many a young man The Partridge Cochins-W. K. Post, 1 yr( ..13[ .t I.\ _

best to the funds for home is to start cock.Black = .
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account now with the STATE BANK OF ORLANDO, cok.Light ::: PLEA5U.1( 1 :: : \r _
Brahmas-Rose Poultry

and deposit a certain sum from your income each week.It Yards, DeLand, 1 cock, 1 cockerel, 1
hen, 1 pullet. El TO SIC'iCyS! ,
will soon increase at Compound Interest. Buff Minorca-L. Wichtendahl, 1 oaoeo -
cockerel, 1 and 2 pullet.

Four cent. interest Accounts. Buff Cochens-R. D. Waring, 1
per paid on Savings cock.S. s

C. R. I. Reds-C. Fred Ward, 1
cock, 3 hen, 3 cockerel. Wm. Ed- YOU"o
ty wards, superintendent, 2 cock, 1, 2, 4,

fi:i fu 11I::(']t'] 1 iiiiiij 5 5,, pullet hen, 1,, 1 2,,2 4,,pen.5, cockerel, 1, 2, 3, 4,

Barred Rocks-C. F. Ward 4 cock- ,

erel 1, 2,, 2 3,pullet.cockerel Mrs., 1, J.3, 4 H., 5 Wendler, pullet., Uillt( tBfuJt( tc f) r !VJ(0\\ ( [))@ia/ll t1rry

i Mrs. H. Parry, 4 cock.
+ I Columbian Plymouth RocksMrs.J. .
H. Wendler, 1, 2, cockerel.
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Partridge Plymouth Rocks Mrs. J. .
3 H. Wendler, 1, 2, cockerel.
White Plymouth RocksIrs. J. H.
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pullet. Pat Johnson, 1 cock, 1,2, hen. ,
PEACE SOCIETY BOOTH DOMESTIC ARTS EXHIBITMr. Black Orpingtons-C. F. Ward, 1 Ii tW'''I''II t ql il I'I+u I Nl' 'llnd t
cockerel, 1, 2, hen. Mrs. J. H. Wend- I' II 7 7I Iltll
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Perhaps the most beautiful booth W. S. Branch, Jr., who is in pullet.
in Exposition Hall is that of the Orlando of the domestic
j Charge arts exhibit at R. C. R. I. Reds-Rose Poultry OF AWARDS
Peace society, and the message i the fair, says that over three timesas Yards, 1 pullet, 1 pen. PARTIAL LIST .=[01If
Black Minorcas-W. L Coryell, 1 ga' 'CiCO
f expressed by the literature distributed many entries have been made this
t, pen. A. Y. Fuller, 1 cock, 1 cockerel, Domestic DepartmentMrs.
by Mrs. Christ will do much to- year than last, and that in the Florida 3, 4, hen, 1, 2, 3, 4, pullet. Mrs. J. P. S. E. Ives, Jr., best layer choc- .
;t ward bringing people to an under- fruit products alone, over four hundred Taylor, 2 cock, 1, 2, 5, hen.
cake.
standing of the meaning of the great jars of jelly, jam, pickles and: White Wyandottes-Dr. C. E. En- olate
low, 1 pulletWhite Mrs. J. E. Farris, best layer cocoa-
movement for universal peace. Over preserves have been received. The
Leghorn Bantams-Hazel cake.
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the entrance to the booth, in artistic booths for fancy work are completelyfilled Kilgore, 1 cock, 1 hen. :Miss Addie Kimbrough, best cara- :
lettering, are the words: with dainty specimens of hand Silkies-Hazel Kilgore, 1 cock, 1

V'Glory to God in the highest, and sewing, embroidered dresses, under- cockerel, 1 hen, 1 pullet. mel cake.
Silver Wyandottes-Atha Tichenor, Miss Corinne Walton, best orange
on earth, peace, good will toward wear, aprons, doilies, shirt waists,
2 cockerel, 3, 4, 5, pullet. Mrs. J.
fmen" center pieces, sofa pillows, crochetedand H. Wendler, 1 cockerel, 1,2, hen, 1, 2" cake.Mrs.. H. Parry, best.fruit cake. ,
Beneath this are two handsome knitted shawls, table covers, and pullet.Columbian decorated
best
Anna Rattle
Mrs. I
pictures, one a photograph of the many other beautifully made articles. Wyandottes-Mrs. J. H.
Wendler, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, cockerel, 1, 2, cake. Honorable mention, Mrs. W.
between Chile and
Peace monument
One entire section is devoted to em- 3, 4, 5, hen, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, pullet, 1 pen. A. Morris, St. Cloud. U. r t
Argentina, which is called the "Christ broidered linens, and another con- Indian Runner Ducks-Wm. Edwards Mrs. R. de Muttelle, best loaf U

y of the Andes," and was molded from tains a rare and very beautiful col- superintendent, 1 pen. W. L. S
old cannon; the other a reproduction lection of laces.A Coryell, 1, 2, cock, 1, 2, 3, 4, hen. chocolate cake.
Mallard Ducks-L'' Buck, 1 cock, 1, Miss Mary Holt, best loaf molasses
i of the painting showing Penn make number of especially pretty 2, 3, 0, 5, pullet. Bert Heartt 2 cock, I

ing his treaty with the Indians. woven rugs are displayed, these and 1, 2, hen. A. M. Nicholson, 3 cock, cake.Mrs.. W. S. Coleman, best loaf ''k-
I Inside, the booth presents a riot of the various quilts forming a gay bor- 3 pen.
cake. I
{ color, for silken flags of every coun- der to the balustrade of the western White Holland Turkeys-Rose Poul- sponge ,
try Yards, 1 cock, 1 hen. D. W. Mrs. M. C. McPhern, best loaf angel 1, %
try are displayed. First place'is giv- portion of the rounda.In Preston, 2 hen.
I
en to a large United States flag, this, the fancy work exhibit a large Bourbon Red Turkeys-C. G. Me- cake.Mrs.. R. de Muttelle, best pound I you be want a watch tint you

,ai well as others of similar size, be- and very attractive center piece is gargee, 1 cock. can proud of-carry a

ing surrounded by the white, emblemof much admiration Bronze Turkeys-D. W. Prescott, 1 cake.Mrs. I D 0
causing and it is
art WalthamWatch'The
cock. Mrs. C. W. Jacocks, 2 cock, 1 F. T. Scruggs, best marble
{ peace, recently adopted by the interseting fact that it was made bya hen, 1 cockerel, 1, 2, 3, pullet. I
International Peace Society. retired army officer living in Volu- Pheasants, Silver-A. M. Nicholson, cake.Miss Claire Robinson, best nut Waltham has been awarded

Flags are suspended from the cor- sia county, who has made fine needle- 1 hen. Pheasants, Golden-A. M. highest honors at every Interna-
booth and in, Nicholson, 1 cock. cake.Mrs. tional Exposition and has taken
of the caught
are work
ners a hobby. Eagles-A. E. Thomas, 1 young T. J. Walker, best doughnuts.Miss every Gold Medal offered in
t the center with streamers of rainbow Many pretty bead necklaces are cock, 1 young hen. Kona Fries, best cookies. D America since 1875.

hue, representing the colors adoptedby seen in this department, a number Pigeons, Dragoons-Wm. Edwards, S. Ives Sr. tea cakes.
the International Peace Society at being made of rose leaves and native superintendent 1, 2, 3, cock, 1, 2, 3, Mrs. S. "Ifs Time You Owned a JV altAam."
2 3 :Miss Mary Gilchrist, lemon pie.
1
its in Berne. They combine hen. James Duncan, Kings, , Don't buy a watch before talk
meeting berries. cock, 1,2,3, hen; White Homers, 1, 2, Mrs. S. E. Ives, Sr., mince pie. ing with us. Complete assort
every color in every flag of every nation Splendid contributions to the fancy 3, cock, 1, 2, 3, hen; Red Carneaux, Mrs. T. 0. Brown, apple pie. grades.ment of Waltham Watches in all

and it is hoped they wilt eventually work booths were made by DeLand, 1 cock, 1 hen; Splashed Carneaux, 1 Miss L. Kiser, pumpkin pie. I
cock 1 hen Duchess, 1 cock, 1 hen;
the whole world ;
wave over Kissimmeeee, Narcoossee, Oviedo and Mondanes, 1 cock, 1 hen; Mondane Miss Kena Fries, potato pie. Allen & Co.

consummating the universal_ brotherhood St. Cloud, and an interseting featureof Homers, 1 cock, 1 hen; PlymouthRock Mrs. W. S..Coleman, whole wheat ,
; of man, the Taft display is a collection of 1 cock, 1 hen. bread.

The collection of flags is very beau- old coins, including gold dollars, Best dozen market eggs, 2nd prizeto Mrs. T. 0. Brown. white bread. I JEWELERS

tiful and is exhibited through the coined in 1851: by the state of California The Mrs.silver II. Parry.cup offered by President :Mrs. T. J. Walker, salt rising bread.. Everything Guaranteed.

-- kindness of its owner, Mr. Joseph a .silver dollar dated 1859, half Dickson for best male in the show Mrs. F. T. Scruggs, brown bread. I Reliable Repairing.

i'- Elkinton. dollars of 1843, ten cent pieces of wason by Mrs J. II. Wendler, Mrs E. H. Walker, beaten biscuit ,
Another very different but very interesting 1835, three cent pieces, twenty cent Lakeland, Fla., with Barred Rock - '
cockerel. This cockerel also won the Mrs. S. E. Ives, Sr., baking powder : -
collection displayed in the pieces, half dimes, and many curious American Poultry Association gold biscuit. -

> Peace booth is that of the dolls of all foreign coins.A medal for the best cockerel in theshoW' Mrs. G. V. Strailley, light rolls.

nations, owned by Mrs. Christ. One Michael Angelo plate, over two and also the Pratt's Food com- Mrs. H. Parry, butter. Honorable
of the most attractive of these is pany cup for the best bird in the
a hundred oldis exhibited with
years
show, male or female, thereby winning mention, Mrs. J. Klinect, Gotha.
doll dressed as a Quakeress, "one of the antiques, also an old silver service the highest honors obtainable in Mrs. G. C. Keller, candy. [b rlI

the first peace makers." a pewter mug, a pair of brass poultrydom. This happens to be a Miss Lizzie Mathews, crystal grape 1:==1 JI:--Oi--i- ; ;;; r;;; -t.- -

1 1 Placards bearing the following candlesticks of unique design, and habit with this cockerel, as he was
first cockerel in Augusta, Ga., at four straws. -- .
statements were posted in the booth several samplers, one of these having months old, with 27 cockerels in the Miss Lizzie Mathews, orange FINE ARTS DISPLAYThe tcIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'" "
and also over Mr. Allen's exhibit of been made ninety-nine years weeks later cham- ,
ago. class, and two was straws. department of fine arts holds
; fire arms: In caring for these exhibits Mr. pion cockerel and champion male at
.
Miss Lizzie Mathews, kumquats.Mrs. much of interest for those who can
{ "The cost of one dreadnaughtwould Branch is assisted Columbus, Ga., while at Tampa he ,
ably by Misses Auto ml
was again champion cockerel, and he F. T. Scruggs, Waldorf salad. examine the display here arranged. Supft
the lives of 48-
annually
save Hope Starbuck Marian Groves, Eliza is a grand bird to behold. Mrs. F. T. Scruggs, fruit salad. Beside the smaller individual entries

e 000 babies who die for want of proper Wright, Hatabelle Hyer, and Glenn The silver cup offered by Mr. W. R. Mrs. S. E. Ives, Jr., meat salad. there are some private collectionsthat
milk suply in our large cities." Cheney. O'Neal for the best female in the
i "The cost of one battleship, $12- show was won by Mr. E. W. Brown, Mrs. W. L Wescott; cottage cheese. include very beautiful paintingsand The oil that has
proprietor of Rose Poultry Yards, of Mrs. W. E. Martin, vegetable salad. other articles of value.
; 000,000Vould build"750 miles of brick DEMONSTRATING SNOW MELLOW DeLand, Fla., by first prize Light Miss Mary Holt, best exhibit home I One booth is filled from a private stood the supreme -

roads 18 feet wide. Brahma hen, and this hen is certainlya cooking, prize $5.00. studio in Winter Park, and the, sev-
"The building of one dreadnaughtcosts wonder. test
I" eral specimens from Rollins college i in
The silver offered by Evans,the
more than the entire assessed cup
Opposite the booth is
suffrage a jeweler, was won by Mrs. J. H. Wend- Frederic E. Griest, who is buildinga this department show excellent work..
value of the whole of
Orange
r coun- stand where Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Col-
ler, with first prize Columbian Wyan- railroad in Cuba, writes the Senti- The pictures here exhibited includea f -- THAT:
ty. vin, visitors from :Michigan, are dem- dotte pen.
finds
of work for
wide one
onstrating the value of "SnowMellow The silver cup offered by the American nel from Santa Lucia, Oriente, that range ,
Poultry Association for best dis- to be home for a vacationin not only beautiful oil paintings and
WHITES WIN POLO MATCH he expects
3 this said to be an excellent sub- play was won by Sydonie Poultry the summer. He says that part of water colors, but also crayon and Good Gulf Gasoline

,i stitute for whites of eggs in nearlyall Yards, Wm. Edwards, superintendent, for charcoal portraits, pen and ink
An intersting polo matdiplayed .was receipts calling for such. To make of Zellwood, Fla. Cuba is not attractive enough a
sketches impression pictures and oth
yesterday afternoon at the fairgrounds good their claim as to the merits off The silver cup offered by Inland permanent residence. The sugar ,

during the intermissions o this article sample dishes Poultry Journal for best display in I crop is good, and the company with ers.The ,
preparedwith the American class was won by Mrs. ; identified is beautiful display of hand painted -
between the Reds and which Mr. Griest is
the races, it
are being served to all visit- J. H. Wendler.
china is of the most attractive
Whites, which resulted in a victoryfor ors. (Continued tomorrow) grinding about two hundred cars of one

the Whites, with a score of 4 to 3 cane daily, which manufactured into features, the complete sets here P. WALTON Agt.
shown and also the separate pieces ,
' A. Feizl, James Magruder, and Dodd NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE sugar amounts to ten thousand bagsa
'" deserved admiration .from
-:- Clayed with the Reds, while thej. week. Mr. Griest has many friendsin receiving

Whites were W. P. Gwynne, James Regular meeting of the Moose Parties having extra rooms to rent, Orlando who will be glad to greet the many visitors. PHONES 450269ftlllll

Calder, and Horace Allerman. thE Lodge will be held tonight at seven and those wanting rooms, call 'or him when he gets back in the sum- The metal' work shown includes

j. game started promptly at 3 o'clocl o'clock sharp., All members urged to I phone 398, and the same will be given mer. trays and other articles In hammeredand "HUH
brass, this entire depart-
and lasted one hour, divided in fou, be present. attention without charge during fair I pierced

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