Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00335
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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 20, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00335
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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accommodate the Hundreds.who Special to the Sentinel.

will from Osceola to the I New York, Feb. .-Goethals de-
Exercises Will Begin Promptly at come county :. Was Living at Y. W. C. A. Home
fair train will clined to commit himself by a single
Eleven O'clock at Public today a special operate There When Seized With

EXIIIIITFROMSTflSONUNIYFRSITY} R School Building from St. Cloud to Orlando, runningas word as to the acceptance of the New Fatal Heart Attack MANY WHlTf[H U [ COFRNCS[ [ [S

: the second section of the regular York police commissionership upon

1- morning ,train from the south, and his arrival here today,from Panama.He -
The friends of Misses
Much interest centers in the inter- many
after 10 o'clock and left tonight for Washington,
arriving shortly ,
spelling bee to take place at nice and Mabel Smith were shocked ARE HELD. "T BY
WAS EFECTIVELY DISPLAYEDAND county returning in the evening as the sec- where he will ask for more money for
and hear of the
the school building this morn- grieved yesterday to SEVERAL HOUSE AND
IMPRESSED ALL WITH, public ond section of the 6:41 train from the the canal to finish the fortifications.He latter's sudden death in Jacksonville SENATE -

EXCELLENCE OF TRAINING ing.For weeks the schools of the north, leaving Orlando at 6:50. said the work on the dry docks, from heart failure. Miss Bernice left MEMBERS ON PENDING -
many The special train will discharge its terminals, and coal pockets at the LEGISLATION
AT INSTITUTION four counties contributing to the suc- at once for Jacksonville and wired
passengers at the Livingston avenue new town of Balboa, the Pacific end -
of the fair have been in train- :Mr. John J. Lee here that she would ,
cess crossing near the fair grounds, sav of the isthmus, was going forward, I Special to the SentinelWashington
start back the
9:30 train last
ing for this event, and each county on even- Feb. 19. Chairman
Volusia county day at the fair wasa He -
ing the visitors the trouble and expense and more money was required.
Hundreds of people will have representatives in the con ing, arriving on the early train before Henry of the house rules committee,
great success. of securing conveyances fromthe will return to Panama as soon as his; .
test eliminated all the spellers daylight this morning.The after a conference at the
from DeLand, Daytona, New Smyrna, having White House
station. A
delegation of fair directors business is completed.
sisters with their
Lake Helen, Pierson, Seville and other except good ones, so spelling aged father, today, confirmed the story that the
and citizens will be at the Goethalswill
Among other things had lived for time southof
a long just
in that county came to the bee should be an attraction worth president was bringing all the ad
crossing to welcome the Osceola del urge at Washington is the rushing town, then sold their place two ministration influence
to bear
fair and paid a visit to the egation, and conduct them to the fair and the on congress -
work big
of on guns and built attractive
county exhibit .first. After that they The exercises will be under the di- years ago an for the repeal of the Panama

took in the other sights and pleasures rection of Dr. J. F. McKinnon, super- grounds.The. completion of the fortifications behind home on Gore avenue, opposite Mr. canal free tolls act because of GreatBritain's
exercises of the day will begin which will be mounted at
they Harry place. This
at the grounds.So intendent of public instruction of Or- new threat to abrogate three important
provided at the grand stand at 11 o'clock.It both ends of the canal. He will take house was badly damaged by fire treaties.
G. W., county.
crowd that ange
the ,
great was
Parmenter, who is giving Orange The words will be given out by Dr. is expected that Governor Park up with Secretary Daniels the matterof some three weeks ago, the flames The president exacted a promise

Springs water to the thirsty visitors, Henry W. Ballantine, of East Orange, Trammdl will be present and speak, reorganization, which will begin making such headway-from an up from Representative Henry that the
will also Hon. C. A.
as of
came near to running out, althoughhe N. J., and Dr. Frank Parker, of South about April 1. stairs flue-before discovered that committee would place nothing in the
Kissimmee, Hon. R. E. Rose, state
supplied with several bar Hamilton, Mass. Both gentlemen are the entire buildnig would soon have way of the legislation desired. Henry
came chemist,.of Tallahassee and General'
; been had not the fire
ministers who have had considerable destroyed com- said after the conference
rels This water is, from a famous John fair and complete representation of with the
McElroy, editor of the National
spring in Volusia. It is not a mineral experience in educational work, and Tribune, of Washington.A the town and the life there. Much interest pany given prompt aid. Mr. Smith, president that he hadn't discussed the
visitors in the Dr. Ballantine who has long been an invalid, was matter with Leader
water, but just a pure free stone are city, is evinced in the town of St. Underwood.
water of delightfully fresh and thirst- being a guest at the Wyoming and large number of G. A. R. veterans Cloud. It has been built in the past taken to the Florida Sanitorium, Underwood is opposed to the proposed -
Dr. Parker making his home at 304 will be present and will be escorted where he has remained, and while repeal of the Panama
satisfying quality. All the hotels at three or four years, and is now a canal act,
DeLand and Daytona have used the E. South streetContestants by the St. Cloud fife and drum, town of some three thousand people, waiting for the needful rebuilding of and made his position clear at the
corps. The Kissimmee orchestra will i the burned portion of their home, White House
will be trial !
water for years, and a demand is being given one made largely of Union veterans.It yesterday. .
be on hand and will give a concert at up Miss Mabel had decided to continue
books to be used the a Henry admitted with
built up for it in adjoining coun only. The are I is known as the "Wonder City." amazing
Reed's Word Book the grand stand. business course she had begun some frankness his lack of
Century Speller, The picture which will be shown at familiarity with
ties.The DeLand light and water company and Payne's Common Words Com The spelling bee at the public the Grand today and tonight has time previous, hence was in Jacksonville the treaty problem as related to the

had a unique exhibition of fruits I monly Misspelled. school building will attract a number never been shown here before, and for that purpose. Miss Bernicewas canal act, and said he was merely accepting -

and roses frozen in a block of ice. The Orange county board of public of the visitors in the forenoon, i there are many living in St. Cloud boarding with friends here and the views of the president.

r Very few of the many visitors that instruction has offered five prizes, as who will visit the fair grounds in even who have never seen it. continuing her duties in the public Another White House visitor today

passed through the west wing of the follows: $15, $10, $5, $3 and $2. The the afternoon and view the exhibits. school, having long been one of the was Senate Leader Kern, who voted
Beginning at 3:30 in the In addition to the special exercises most efficient and popular of teachers for the clause
building had ever seen anything of length of the contest can not be afternoo.nand giving free tolls to
the kind before, and were immediately stated, as this will be determinedupon continuing until 10 o'clock in the on account of Osceola day the usualattractions there. To her the deepest sympathy American coastwise ships. He refused -

attracted to it. the endurance of the contest evening the Grand theater will showa at the fair grounds will bin e of the community is extended- to say after the conference

A beautiful floral display was madeby special motion picture taken at St. full operation during the day, and i I the father too ill to realize their loss. whether he had allowed the president

Curry & ,McCormick, the' DeL nd ants.There will be no charge for admis Cloud February 5th. Manager De- a big day is assured for everybody to'change his views.

florists, and besides these features sion, and it is expected that the auditorium Laney: of the Grand gave an exhibi- who attends. BURGlAR [ENTffiS[ RESIDENCE[ [ [ Of Immediately after Kern returned

were the many individual displays of will be welt filled. tion run of the reel at the theater I The "Better Babies" contest will be from the conference he was soughtout

/vegetables, citrus fruits, jellies, last night to special representatives i seen in the rotunda at 2:15, when the SAMUB. Y. WAY by Underwood, who announced
from Osceola, who awards will be announced.onoppiEVBiis. flatly that he
pronounced it couldn't
honey, wax, syrup, canned goods, pho BIG DAY AT THE GRAND i undertake to
tographs and fancy work. pilot through the house for the presi-

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Rowland and Gets Away With Suit of Clothes, dent the free tolls-repealing legisla-
This will be a big day at the Grand.
Sum of Money and Other tion.
Mr. T. H. Codrington, who are in
Helen Gardner Pell will appear in "A
charge' of the display, were worn out Daughter of Pan," and a special St. PROGRAM Valuables Underwood doesn't agree with Hen-
when the evening came. They were ry that a majority of the Democratsare
Cloud reel will be run. Between the
kept busy during the day answering hours of 7 and 8 this evening WalterE. When, Samuel Y. Way awoke from in favor of the repeal The

Questions and giving out cards and Johnson, the aviator, will be on OSCEOLA COUNTY DAY his slumbers early yesterday morn house responsibility for repealing the
and when the ing, he reached out for his objectionable clause is to be
literature, day was the door to take tickets and meet 9:30 a. m.-Band concert, Orange avenue. trousers passed to
done they had exhausted their stock. any 10:00 a. m.-The commissioners of the city and other prominentcitizens which he had left reposing on a chai Representative Adamson of Georgia,
who may wish to meet and tdk with will meet the train bringing the Osceola
Mrs. Rowjand and Mr. Codringtonare him. county people and escort them to the grand stand, near the head of his bed 'when h e chairman of the house committee on

the daughter and son of Editor where the exercises of the morning will be held. tumbled in the night before. But interstate and foreign commerce,

Chris 0. Codrington of the DeLand Three bands will give concerts before the addresses. there were no trousers to be found. from which committee the bill is to

News. They deserve great credit for A mule has his place, but it isn't It is expected that Governor: Trammell, Hon. C. A. The coat was likewise missing. Upon come to the house.
Carson Hon. R. E. Rose, and many other prominent -
in the parade. ,
the attractive manner in which the men will speak. making these discoveries, for they

exhibit has been_ displayed and the 2 p. m.-Racing, harness horses. Pacing and trotting. came singly though in sequence, Mr. L'ENGLE TRIES TO AMEND THE
faithfulness evinced in the interestof size in which the limit of accuracyis 2:30 p. m.-Walter Johnson will giv-.another demonstration with Way concluded that some member of ALASKA RAILWAY BILL

their county in telling of its many one-thousandth, and finally clearance 2:30 m.-Announcement his aeroplane.of the results of the "Better Babies" his family had been playing a prac -

advantages. Volusia's exhibit has ground. p. contest and awarding of prizes. tical joke on him. But inquiry revealed Washington, Feb. .-Representa

done much to impress the thousandsof The Stetson wood working shops 2:45 p. m.-Concert in main auditorium by Kissimmee orchestra. that no one know anything of tive L'Engle startled the house by offering

visitors from other sections with have been well known for many years. 3:00 p. m.-Address building.by Mrs. Margaret Clark from rostrum in the whereabouts of the wearing apparel an amendment to the Alaskan

the productiveness and diversity>of Mr. Carl Turnquist, who has charge 4:00 p. m.-Running main races. of the head of the house, and it railroad bill which would cut out all

its soils, and there can be little doubt I of this work, is a master hand. For 5:00 p. m.-The free acts of loop-the-loop and leap from the dawned upon Mr. Way that his house reference to Alaska and appropriatethe

that the people of that county will : years the young men of Florida have tower into a lake of water. had been burglarized.An $35,000,000 which the bill intends

realize many times the amount expended been turning out beautiful wood work 7:00 p. m.CarnivaLFirst Race-Special Pacing, Best 3 in 5. Purse $150 inventory was taken, and be for Alaska, to the building of a railroad .

to be represented at the fair made under his direct supervision.The 1. Billie Melson, bg ________-_________________ J. Croissant sides the suit of clothes Mr. Way in Florida, starting at Jacksonville

Stetson University Exhibit exhibit at Orlando does not givean 2. Little Hal, cg ____________________________ David Lockhart discovered that the burglar had secured : and running thence south to
Professor Litchfield Colton, of the adequate idea of the work which 3. Duchess Hal, bm ___________________________ Florida Stables $7.50 which he had in his pock point in Dade
has been done this 4. Maud W., bm ______________________________ M. R. Williams county, thence
Stetson School of Technology, year, for the stu- ets, his keys pocket knife and
person- Second Race-2:40 Class Trotting, Best 3 in 5. Purse $150 : a pearl south, of Lake Okeechobee to Tampa.Mr. .

ally conducted the placing of fine ex- dents took home, with them prac- 1. Little Dutch, bg ___________________________ Florida Stables I handled 32-caliber Smith & Wesson L'Engle offered this on the theory
hibits from the various departments tically all of the work they had fin 2. Lady Lucile, bm _________-__________________ T. J. Lamb pistol. On the lapel of the coat was that since agricultural
of the school of mechanic arts,in the ished during the fall term. Amongthe 3. Tony Paw, bg ______________________________ P. F. Hamlin a Morocco Temple Shriners is development
1 i. 4. Fannie Logan, bm ________________________ Geo. H. Sprague I pin. Any the avowed object of the
Volusia county exhibit. There were. pieces of furniture made chiefiy Third Race-Three-fourths Mile, Running. Purse $50 of these articles, except the money, Alaskan railroad bill it would be fare

exhibits from the iron working de- by the younger students was a hand.\ 1. Ban Starr, cg ________________________ Dr. D. B. Wienenga could be easily identified. But th more feasible and profitable if the
partment, from the wood working de- some chiffonier shaving stand, a large 2. CoL Craig, eg ______________________________ R .B. Lynch victim of the robbery is more worried government would
____________________ Pedrick spend the money; -
and from the mechanical living room table finished in mission 3. Lou Linier, bm __________ W. over the
partment, 4. Miss Gertrude, bm _____________________________ A. J. Wolf easy entrance effectedby in development of the Florida Ever
drawing departmentSome with end book cases, a number of the thief and the adept manner in glades

little time ago, milling ma artistic taborets, a mission center table Result of Yesterday's Races which he came and went than }
The "Free for-AU" furnished four heats the first and over Representative Mann of Illinois
exciting ;
lamp, several inlaid
boxes the
chines installed in the iron shopsat two loss. The
were second heats being hotly contested by \11 the horses, Lawton, Rex burglar left no clue, objected to the L'Engle amendment
Stetson, and by the advice of the small tables, etc. This work has been Riley and Maxtell, and was won by Lawton. The third heat wasa except that he went out of the backdoor "It is not germane he said.

teacher in charge of these machines made and finished since the opening most sensational one and was won by Maxtell. The fourth heat which was found open. is a bill to build "This

only a few milling tools were purchased of the winter term, with but few ex was won by Rex Riley, Lawton being withdrawn on account of "It was no trouble to get into the It is railroads in Alaska.
serious illness. Best time, 2:16. not a bill to build railroads in
f 4 with the machines. Since thattime ; ceptions. house," said Mr. Way last .
The second race, trot or pace, was won by Maud W., in three night, "for Florida.
the students have made these Two walls of the buildings were straight heats, with Tony Paw second and Dorris Douglass third. none of the windows were locked, but The chair held Mann's
tools, under the direction of Professor covered with drawings made by the Time, 2:30. I don't know how he managed it taken. point well
Colton in the state machine shops. students taking the courses in mechanical The third race, one-fourth mile dash, was won by Ruby Hill. without waking The amendment was ruled out
Little Tom second. Taho third. Time, 251.2 seconds. Mrs. Way of order.
These tools are considered to be drawing. The first year's was ill during the
The fourth race, one-fourth mile dash, was won by Ruby HilL night and was .'
among the hard propositions of the course in mechanical drawing con- Taho second. Little Tom third. Time, 26. awake for several hours, but she remembers ..
tool room. Among other things were sists in the study of the theory of In the second race .for Friday, special pacing, the owners of hearing no suspicious THE WEATHER

exhibited four dies, four millers of projections, isometrics, and simple each horse will drive. George H. Sprague, of Jacksonville, driving "If the burglar will noise. -
Billie Melson; Chas. G. Wescott, of Orlando, driving Duchess Hal; just make him
different widths, two large special detailed drawings. The second year's David Lockhart, of Orlando, driving Little Hal, and M. R. Williams self known and tell me how he did it, Florida: Local rains Friday, except

plane mills, four fluted cutters, three work consists of a very thorough of Ocala, driving Maud W. It is anticipated that this. will I will promise to ask no. questions ;fair in northwest portion; colder

end mills, eleven finish reamers, course in elementary machine design.In be a most interesting race, as it is an owners' race. and 111 give him five dollars north and central portions. Saturday -
twelve arbors, two boring bars four as much as the students have ten The fastest double-gaited horse of 1913, the black stallion, information. I for the cold; fair in south.
Joe Douglass, owned by Chas. G. Wescott, of Orlando, will givean consider it would be -
machine hammer heads, five sta'ndard periods a week for two years in me- exhibition race during the afternoon. Joe Douglass was the well worth the money for me to know

blocks with handles. All this work chanical drawing" they are competentat champion show horse at the numerous places he visited last how to get in at night without letting New books, the finest stationery,,

r t was turned, milled, hardened' in a the end of this course to enter season. Mrs. Way discover the time of Y J latest music, magazines and daily pam s

muffler, tempered, ground to finish almost any drafting room. I arrivaL" 0- .-. ..ih%Jj1iljt: pers. Curtis & O'Neal, next P. 0.

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Fairvilla, Fla.ITEMS., Feb. 18. MiMmiMIIMIMIiliHilMMIMMMIMMMMMMMGAS 1 1I ';;;;IIIIIIII; ::::; i'' ;;;;;';; v ** I"III'I'II'I'I'" ' ' ,".'""I"" ".".
The Fairvilla Ladies' Social Club
met last Thursday at the beautiful t
k vine-covered home of Mrs. Rice. I
It was a lovely sunshiny day, and .
the morning was spent in variousways. MONTGOMERY MOTION Grand
In the parlors the ladies, old :; / .* TheatreToday
and young, were exchanging notes I IRONS t... <"; PICTURE co's
over their various bits of fancy work}
in the kitchen the selected ones were
4 helping their hostees prepare dinner! I
and exchanging ideas about cooking
and housekeeping, and on the beauti-
have received
just a shijy ,
ful vine-covered veranda the gentle- .WE 4 f

men ideas were about gathered who knows and what exchanging? ment of the latest style of Engagement Extraordinary...Helen Gardner (Mrs. Duncan'Pell s; \

4 Dinner was served at 1 o'clock in "GAS IRONS" ) the idol of the motion picture loving public in
the afternoon, and was unsurpassed a most ex- j
beautifully decorated, the centerpiece which we are placing on the market quisite and fantastic drama. A true and interesting depiction of
being a bowl of roses from Mrs. Rice"
Iowa priceless rose bushes, surrounded I FOR $3,00 EACH life -among the ancient Greeks. A stupendous and beutiful
by rose geraunium leaves and
: .
ange blossoms. f production in three reels.Songland's. *
I guaranteed to be
At 2 o'clock the ladies assembled They are absolutely
in the parlor, and the business part of : perfectly safe and at the same time inexpensive *
the meeting proceeded as usual The I to operate. They cost only most artistic singer
president called the meeting to order I 1-3 as much to operate as an electric
and all sppnded with current : iron and are much easier to handle.
I events. The minutes of the previous I EJLL :
meeting were read and approved,and : QD at the office and see one d.ORNDO SaJELE: ;Y -4.
s then an election of officers was held. I II ,
The officers elected Mrs. D. H.
were: :
Thornton, president; Mrs. Rice, vice- I Will sing at every performance. Special music will
president; Mrs.-E. P. Paige, secre- I
tary. : be rendered by our superb orchestra
A vote of thanks was extended to I

x to the the the faithful ex-president club,service and, Mrs.the she president-elect Rhoades had rendered, for :I I ViATER & LIGHT CO.C I For the convenience of our patrons we an-

; was given a hearty welcome. : il nounce the following schedule
Mrs. Thornton was then conducted Ito Gas Department :
her seat of honor, the presidential :
had chair, which Mrs. Rhoades explained I." 11'1'1111'11'111111111111'11111111111111111111111' Shows will start
been a hard one. Suggestions promptly at
F were then made by the new presi- __
dent, and after some discussion it
r was decided that literary work be 3:30: 4:45: 6:00 7:15
: : 8:30
v taken up, the subject for'next meeting : 9:45:
p being "Woman's Suffrage."
At the close of the meeting Mrs.
I. B. Yates extended an invitation to Children 15c
one and all to a thimble party at her Adults 25c
home on Thursday, Feb. 26. Shortly .
i afterwards the ladies bade good-bye .
to each other and to their charming
hostess, at the same time thanking *AMJJ! AlMAMMA'AL'JJ! ! *JI*J.1 M:::::m:i t : :::::: t+M
her for the enjoyable time she had MMIIIIIIttlllltiMCIiMMIMM HMMIM ::::::!:::::::::***

t shown The them.ladies present were: Mes- Just arrived car load I

_? Clark dames, Burd Rhoades, Jales, Merriman, Perry, ,Rice Thornton, Cum, FORDS for immediate I: For Economy and purchase -
mins, Berner, Gearhart, Hill, Yates,
Barnes, Austin and Paige. Misses delivery.Get I WRIGHT power of your mon
Ethel Hill, Winnie and Annie Hen REALTY & SEED CO T
derson, Mary Rice, Willie, Mattie REAL ESTATE ey, "Try Wright's" Farm
and Louise Chapman. yours now. FOR
The gentlemen present were Thais Our Business and Garden Seeds. in
< Messrs. Henderson, Clark, Thornton, Florida
F. G. RUSH, Orlando
Melvin Rice. bulk. "Motto"
Miss Madeleine Mannoni, of Chris- Phone 226
tiansburg, Va., is visiting her cousin, Quality.Fresh .
c Mrs. G. W. Paige, at Pico Grove.
Miss Winnie Henderson spent the doz. Best Butter .
Eggs 29C Creamery
week-end lb
with friends at Zellwood. 39C
Mrs. Chapman was given a farewell i Sweet 1\lilk.. tic qt. Ice 50C 100 Ibs., Limes 15C doz.
y surpirse party Tuesday night by G Sweet Milk oc pint Fresh Butter Milk ioc
her friends and neighbors. qt.
Miss Ruth Gardner, of Zellwood, i is Individual Package 10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits, "That Present" delivered by Express,
4 i villa.visiting friends and relatives at Fair- ([charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash wIth order

'" The people' of Fairvilla were given .
r a pleasant surprise Monday night
y when they received =
of lips the and marriage Mr. Bryant of the Miss Eaton.announcement Rachel They Phil will] itft ttiitttnntttttftffttiittittttiiT:::::::" ":TtiiimHfniiMiiiOrlando Mn::::::::::::::

-; reside at their new home, which h asThe

just bride_been_is quite finished,a.favorite. by the_ .groom.in__Fairvilla, .
1.-! t :
naving several laugni sessions.tfte A Fairvilla hearty welcome school ORLANDO BANK K & TRUST I COMPANY J\ Y

is extended. to the happy pair. A Lead Pencil or Bottle of InkIs

CHADWICK'S SPECIAL SALE a small investment, but a large partof Florida.
3 the writers comfort and efficiency depends Condition at the close of business December 31, 1913 .

No. 1-10 acres, 21-2 miles south RESOURCES
z east of city, on hard road, all improved on having the right kind. .
; 175 budded orange and grape- Loans and Discounts . .. .. Of Of. Of . Of .. Of $103,080.10 ,t
? fruit trees just coming into bearing; A hard scratchy pencil where a soft one Overdrafts .. . . .. . . . . . .. .. . .. . 362.37
7-room No. 2-Two house; the land is of the best. Stocks and Bonds . .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. 26,018.33 ,
r_; of city, nicely 3-acre situated young groves to divide inside is demanded, or a thick ink when only a fluidis Cash on Hand and in Banks .. Of .Of Of ... . 200,916.57

into home lots. needed the and Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures . . . 25,974.87
a' discourage worker
No. 3-13 acres, 8 acres with 6- may
room house and 200 bearing
k the 5 acres is garden land divided grove in; ruin the work. We carry all grades, colors $656,382.21
acre lots and recorded.No. LIABILITIES
a 4-5 acres east between Amelia aad standard makes of pencils, and can furnish -
Capital Stock.' .
and Concord avenues, just over city
limit line; a part of it to bearing on. demand, the very best possible ink Surplus and Undivided Profits 35,214.86
grove and grapery; a fine 8-room Deposits 521,167.38
house and other buildings. This is a for any kihd of pen work. Tell your penciland
rare bargain to get a city home just '
tention.over the city line. Give this your at ink troubles to the man behind the counter. $656,382.24

No. 5-40 20
;; 500 choice bearing acres orange improved trees, south with Deposits on Dec. 31, 1912 . .. .. .. . .. .. . $489,971.68
side of lake, near Altamonte Springs; W. S. BRANCH, Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . .. .. .. .. .. . $521,167.38
fine bungalow of 8 rooms; also 4-room

shade cottage; furnished tennis court; beautiful(cements lawn and the The Arcade Book and Music Store Increase . . . . .. .. ...... .. .. .. .. 31,195.70

k show place of the South, known'as The officers and directors of the Orlando BanK and Trust
the Foss Grove. On account of the I Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and
death of Mr. Foss, Mrs. Foss
longer attend to the estate.can This no MltlimilMMIIIIIHitHMtllMMIIIMIHIIIIMMMSeveral friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement.The .
means sell it. management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects
No. 6-Several nice homes, close to I II Iit the conservative, sane and progressive methods employed in .
Lake Eola,and other parts of the city. this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and

Also If you choice want lots to, close buy for in. home or investment M Sacrifice Price : strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in healthful .
I am a leader along these a statements to its patrons.M. .
lines. Call or phone and make date :
for investigations. M. SMITH, PresidentW.
L Open evenings. II III M. DAVIS, Vice-President C. E. NOLAN, Cashier
19 W. Church St.-Phone 398 f
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Sanford Mrs. ter Mrs. Kate Metrakos, were visiting +14 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111III IItttttlttttttttit
GROUNDS BOOTH worth, Sanford; Mrs. Barnes, San- in Tampa last week. '
ford Mrs. Barrett, Sanford Mrs. '
; ; Miss Frances Nelson was in Or-
Louch, Sanford; Forrest Luke, Sanford -
L R. Alsabrook, Hogansville, Ga.; ; Mrs. T. E. Speer, Oakland; :lando Saturday making arrangementsfor
S. W. Reed, U. S. Pine Castle; Wm. Vesta L. Grimes, Halanago,. Mich ; an exhibit at the fair. Your Chance

H. Johnson, S. Brownsville, Pa.; J. J. Guy W..Hill and lady, St. Johnsburg, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Boggarly (nee .
Chester, Speers, Pa.; E. S. Chester, Vt; F. L. Greene, Bar Harb, Mich ; of Atlanta, Ga.,
Miss Ola Murphy),
Speers, Pa.; Margaret L. Barker, New I H. M. Winslow, Marion, N. Y.; Mrs.H. .
\ Castle, Pa.; Carrie E; MacGregor, M. Winslow, Marion, N. Y.; MissA. are visiting with Mrs. Boggarly's par-
Derry, N. H.; Clyde D. Smith, Umatilla E.. Norman, Marion, N. Y.; Dr. ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Murphy, on
Fla.;' J. F. Plummer, Borgersville, and Mrs. H. Nesbit James, Hamilton, Pine street. They are on their way
Ind.; Sara F. Braden, Charleroi, Pa.; Ont.; Eileen James, Orlando, Miss to Tampa where they will reside. Mr. To Get a Spring Suit Made
t Mrs. Alex. E. Gibson, Washington, Norah James Mrs.. Roy Housholder,
D. C4{ Mrs. Eliza Young, Clarence Tampa, Fla.; Chas. Larimer, Irvin, Boggarly has received an appoint-
Young, Bellevue, Pa.; Ida May Cuth- Pa.; Mrs. H. H. Dickson, city; Mrs. ment there as telegraph operator.Rev. .
bertson, Pontiac, Mich.; Dr. R. Cuth- Robert Howe, city; Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Ash delivered a very eloquent .
bertson, New York, N. Y.; Mrs. D. L. C. E. Graham, city; Miss W. L. Rod- E. last Right :.
the M. chapel
lecture at
Sessions, Kissimmee, Fla.; M. J. Wilson dey, Rock Hill, S. C.f; Miss Lula Ca-
Ticondetoga, N. Y.; S. J. Hodg- ton, Rock Hill, S. C.; Furman Thompson Thursday evening, subject, Abraham
kins, Winchester, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. Greenvlle, S. C.; J. E. Avonhalt, Lincoln.
Geo. E. Woodruff, Bayonne, N. Y.; Coshocton, Ohio; W. H. Clute, Hale, Regular church services at the M. .
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Turner, Cres- Mo.; Geo. F. Miller, Leominster, Mass. Rev. A. M. Mr. C. A. Henry
sig, Mich.; Mrs. R. L. Bond, Bonds- E. chapel by pastor,
vile, Mass.; Mrs. Annie G. Baker, TAFT NEWS Ash, each Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7
Sioux City, Iowa; A. Turnbull, Ann i Sunday school at 10 a. m.
p. m. House will be here
Arbor, Mich.; Wm. H. Parker, Glen Taft, Fla., Feb. 18.-Mr. L M. Pen- meeting Wednesday eveningsat : Representing our Cincinnati Tailoring :
Falls, N. Y.; S. H. Alleman, Philadelphia rose, of Cutler, Ohio, called on his Prayer
Pa.; Laura E. Reed, Troy, N. friend 'and former neighbor, Mr. N. 7 o'clock. Everybody welcome : Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week with

4 Y.; M. E. C. Smith, Troy, N. Y.; McKain, last Thursday. This is the Christian Science services are now I
Chas. C. Robb, Fairmont, .W. Va.; held regularly on Sundays at 10:43. I
Annie B Robb, Wheeling, W. Va. F. first time Mr. Penrose has been in
; and Wednesday evenings at Li Liof
Fleek, Lakewood, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs.J. Florida and he is so well pleased with a. m. [ 500 Full Length Samples
7:30 m., at the chapel on Palm
H. Montgomery, Camden, Me.; Mr. the climate and prospects of Florida p.
and Mrs. J. C. Scates, Westbrook, avenue. Everybody cordially invited. .
that he is closing a deal for three
Me.; Mrs. Helen A. Rollins, Mrs. Jo- Married, Sunday, February 15,
Hart Kissimmee Mrs. Edward 40 acre farms a little south of the : the newest woolens.
seph ; I 1914, at the :M. E. chapel, by the Rev. .
Gallagher, Kissimmee; Lilla Moore, town and probably will establish a .
Battle Creek, Mich.; Vivian E. Moore, home in Taft. He has looked the A. M. Ash, pastor, Mr. Charles D.
Battle Creek, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. E. state over and Taft looks the best to Pratt, of Conway, Fla., and Miss Mina : Come in and let Mr. Henry take your measure. A
W. Moore, Benton Harbor, Mich.; Martin, of Orlando, Fla.
Mrs. C. W. Munsell, Cleveland, Ohio; him of any he has seen. He avoids Rev. A. M. Ash, pastor of the M. E. : perfect fit and satisfaction guaranteed or you need not take
Mrs. F. J. Patton, Cleveland, Ohio; the "hot air" of the real estate men,
O'Brien Cleveland Ohio church, will give an address next Sunday the clothes.
Miss E. B. ; and thinks he can tell a good thing
Mrs. W. L. Wescott, Cleveland, Ohio; when he it. at the chapel at 11 a. m. Sub-
Miss Mari L. Wescott, Cleveland, 0.; sees ject, George Washington.:
Mrs. S. J. Brown, Atlanta, Ga.; Edmund Mr. A. Ellison has refused an offer Mr. Aldaugh and family, of Utah, All Wool Suits $18.00 to $35.00
Hugill, Clarksburg, W. Va.; of $4,500 for his "ranch" on Tanner
. r Mrs. Edmund Hugill, Clarksburg, W. Lake, for which he'paid only $1,500 a have settled in Taft, occupying one of All Wool Trousers 5.00 to 10.00
Va.; Master Edmund Hugill, Jr., short time This talks. D. B. Sphaler's cottages on Second

Hugill Clarksburg, Clarksburg, W. Va.,;W.Master Va.; Wm.Master S. Mrs. C. A.ago.Tompkins is on the sick avenue.Recent guests at the Nelson Houseare Remember{ the dates, Feb. 19, 20 and 21 st.

John T. Hugill, Clarksburg, W. Va.; list.
N. H. Brooks and wife, of Nashville -
W. M. Heilman and wife, Killan- Dr Filbert is attending her.
ning, Pa.; Virginia W. Southgate, The oyster given by the G. :Mich.; Wm. Johnson and Elmer
Washington, D. C.J. B. Steinmetz, supper Griscom; of Salem, N. J.; A. B. Hern-
Wekiwa Mr. F. S.'Hoffman, A. R. boys was a success notwith-
Springs; don, Atlanta,. Ga. J. F. Grant, Bos-
Troy, Pa.; Mrs. Kate Al Coonley, standing the hard rain Tuesday even- ; The Yowell-Duckworth Co.
ton, Mass. F. Wetmore, Buffalo, N.
Coxsachie, Va.; Mrs. P. Norcross, ing. The attendance was light the ; ,
Troy, Pa.; P. Norcross, Chicago; J. first evening so it Y.; L L Coudert, Westfield, N. J.;
B. Anderson, New Bethlehem, Pa.; was repeated on l Mrs. H. M. Bertsch and Mrs. M. J.
W. Morris Osborn, Rollins, Ohio Wednesday evening when the honored
; Orlando's Store
Wall, of Port Clinton, Ohio. Largest
Mrs. T. J. Walker, Florence E. Walker guests of the W. R. C. were able to J I

Dr. Mary E. Harwood, Kansas attend. Everybody went away "toe I
City, Mo.; Evelyn I. Howard, Minne- full for utterance." If is not delivered Did It"
your paper "Quality
apolis, Minn.; Charlotte S. Raulau,
Minnesapolis, Minn.; Mrs. T. H. Mrs. A. J. Richardson and her sis. promptly, don't fail to notify the office.

Thompson, S. Brownsville, Pa.; Miss
Bessie Muse, S. Brownsville, Pa.; .'1111111111111111't"'I"'lt'I'I'ltll'11M111111 i W I'IIIIII'lllllllllltll
Miss Nora Shallenberger, S. Browns 1 HiMlillllilMIMIIiltlllilMlllllillllllllllllllllSign .1111111111111.11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 II111111111111111111

vile, Pa.; Nettie A. Britton, New
York; Chas. H.. Bryant, Boston; Nel- AN EXPERT' '11'lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllll'llllflllll11 lllllllllllllillI
lie Wilson, Apopka; Mrs. J. M. Love, MiiiMMimiimiiiiHM MMM
Apopka; Mrs. G. R. Saunders, Or- I
land, W. Va.; H. H. Hading, U. S. S. Writer is in charge of Sign Department whose I I

Navy, Atlanta, Ga.; G. A. Sexton, At- past experience with of the foremost of Ameri
lanta, Ga.; A. L. Davenny, Smith some
Cente, Kas.; H. D. Jackson, Birm- ca's sign makers, assures the highest possible grade of Have You Seen SEBEM
ingham, Ala.; L. Larry Pope, Toledo,.
Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Kellum, .. work. When one makes big claims it is up to one to '
Oyster Bay, L. L; Miss I. J. Pearsall, i
Oyster Bay, L I.; C. E. Stoddard, make good, but these claims should be weighed quite as ,

Boston, Mass.; A. D. Bell, Orlando, : much for sake the town furthest ''south
your as ours.
Fla.; Mrs. L C. Hugh and daughter,
Plymouth, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. L. H. :
Bennett, 'Plmouth, Pa.; Mrs. A. E. OEO. A. BABJCEI
Woodruff, Lansing, Mich.; R. R. El- : .
derdy, Sanford, Fla.; Wm. Long, Sanford I In the famous Lake Regionof
; Mrs. Ina Martin, Ga.; C. H. :
Galloway, Maitland; Mrs. C. H. Gal- ,
loway, Maitland; Master Josey K. Let us figure on your work for Orlando's Mid-Winter

K. Galloway, Maitland Miss Edna Fair.I111111111II11111111111111111111111111111111111111111. FloridaTwo
Galloway, Maitland; C. F. Spellman, -
Kissimmee, Fla.; B. R. Philo, Kissimmee -
Fla.; L. B. Eubanks, Atlanta,
Ga.; Mrs. C. S. Hal, Jacksonville,
Fla.; Mrs. J. W. Daniel, Cynthiana, ftllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll'The
Ky.; Carl E. Hudon, Orlando, Fla;
Allen Crawford, Jr., Soringnort, Years Old Beautiful Homes
Mich.; E. J. Rea, Canton, Ohio; John Altamonte
E. Duryea, Middletown, N. Y.; D. S.
1 Decker, Middletown, N. Y.; R. B. Electric Lights
Phillips, Clarksbyprg, W. Va.; Lela ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, FLORIDA.A .
D. W. Va. JohnD.
Phillips Clarksburg,
Phillips, Clarksburg, W. Va.;; JuliaA. beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlando/:(or A. C. L Paved Streets
Water Works
Phillips, Clarksburg, W. Va.; Mrs.J. R.R.) Come out and getthe best dinner served In Interior System
J. Becker, Millerton, N. Y.; Mrs.J. Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the
L Jenks, Millerton, N. Y.; Mrs, most beautiful and healthful location In Florida, on Modern Hotel
P. McGraw, St. Louisfi Mo.; Mrs. Jas. high ridge between two lovely 'lakes, 40 acres In parks.
Murray Clark, Pittsburg, Pa. Mur-
; Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc.
ray S. Clark, West Baker, Ind.; Leroy
W. Sparkman, Port Orange, Fla.; H. Hotel has 500feet broad piazza. All modeen improve Elevation 200 Feet No Swamps

iBond, Jr., Bondsville,. Mass.; Mrs ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests.
Edith M. Ken>iedy, Wales, Mass.; Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet. DeSoto
Mrs. A. J. Lane, Kissimmee: A. 90 miles south of Orlando in County

Heinsch and family, William Clark,
Londonderry, N. H.; Mrs. William
Clark, Londonderry, N. H. Mr. and GEO. E. BATES & SON Proprietors
r ; Leave ORLANDO 3:30: p. m. Arrive SEEKING 8:40: p. m.
Mrs. E. E. Tetrick, Worthington, W.
Va.; Mrs. M. E. Hulbert, Troy, N. Y.; I {Summer Resort"The Grand," Mount Vernon, N. H.ELECTRiC .
John Rowe and wife, Madison, South
Dakota; Mr.. and Mrs. Chas. E. Her-
rick, East Orange, N. J.; Miss S. M. !!
Hewitt, Westfield, N. Y.; Mrs. W. W. 4 HtHMMMHIMIMMtftiriTMIMftmMMtllMIlM*
Gibbes, Westfield, N. Y.; J. E. Che-
van, Kingston, N. Y.; Mary A. Dono-
van, Kingston, N. Y.; Mrs. F. A. Berry [ [ VACUUM CLEANER.L[ [
Minneapolis, Minn.; Mrs. David FOR FURTHER IXFOEMATIOX CALL AT
Wallace, Toledo, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs.
E. S. Farrington, Canton, Mass.; Mr.
and Mrs. B. K. Hatch, West Concord, -

.' Minn.Ky.; Mrs.; Mrs.Laura Sallie Cassidy Adams,, Lexington Lexington,, : G RtAL t ESTATE OFFICE t tNO. '

t Ky.; Miss Sallie Rogers, Mt. Sterling, SEBRING(
Ky. Miss'Lucretia Johnson, St. Paul, Have your room or house ,
Minn.; Mrs. J. A. Briggs, Briggsville,
Wis.; Mrs. Florence K. Gates, Seneca -
Falls, N. Y.; H. M. Irwin, Knoxville cleaned without dust or troubleof 5 ORANGE AYE, ORLANDO, FLORIDAC.
Tenn.; Miss Wickham Ellerbe,
South Carolina S. Preston Carpenter
; furniture '
Salem, N. J.; T. A. Wethers, Savannah moving B. Treadway and Ed. L. Hainz, Opposite
Ga. Mrs. Nellie Bradley,
; I Ban Juan Hotel
Local Representatives
Cleveland, Ohio; Mrs. S. A. Nelson, I
Cleveland Ohio Miss Helen Spacht,
; :
Cleveland, Ohio; Mrs. Fannie Valentine The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced M.U JJM "AM"M.11!11!I! !IH l l'MMilllllll
Cleveland, Ohio; Mrs. Florence MIMttlilllMiillllMHCash
Stone, Cleveland, Ohio; Lena B. Spencer -
Millerton, N. Y.; Mrs. M. Spencer man.
Millerton, N. Y.; M. Spencer, Registers. Warman fixes 'em Dr. BucKmaster IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'
Millerton, N. Y.; Miss Ella McNabb, on Court street 125tfLadies' WM.
Philadelphia] Pa.; Mrs. Herbert C. SEE THEM FOR TERMS DRS.j HARPER
Jones, it. Y.; Mrs. Aurelia Ferguson,, JOSEPHINE HARPEROSTEOPATHS
hair dressing, massage Osteopathic Physician
Mt Sterling, Iowa; Mrs. T. Arter,,
Wyoming; C. L. Arter, Wyoming; shampoo electric drier.. Gem Barber i 132 Orange Avenue r
Mrs C. J. Donahue York 1-2-tf
New city; Shop. 1 Oldest Established Practice In

beth Helen Sara Griscom E.Gmcora Bunting, ,Salem Salem, Norristown, N., N.J.;J.Mrs.; ,Eliza-Pa El-; T the PIERCE[ [ [ELECTRIC L[ C01 lllnt. WOOD, COAL AND ICE Next up-stairs.door to Acute People's and chron Bank, 1 19 W. Confutation Church Orlando Street, Up-Stalrs

Hand'sCoal and Examination
mer Griscom Gmcozn, Salem, Salem, N., N.J.;J.Mrs.; Mrs.Margaret C.- e Wood Yard, $1.50, phone a 566.strand up. 931.tfI ic diseases treated.Telephone Free

H. Hungerford, Mrs.) M. A. Miller,, I I MiimmtiiiiiiiBiMMTake
Sorrento, Fla.; Mrs. Frances A. Wood, 578.
city; Mrs. J. N. Snead, city; J. W CHURCH STREETnillllllltlMMtlMIMIIMIMMIIMimillttllllH W. T. ENTRICAN,
Scanland, West Carrollton Ohio; i Makes a specialty of painting, paper- your repairing to Warman on
:Miss Sarah Lewis, Richmond; Ind.;; ing, refinishing floors, furniture, etc. For the news, read The Sentinel I Court street. 125tft i
t J. W. H Carpenter, Middleton,'N. Y.; I Phone 636. l-2Mm

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THE DAILY SIDELIGHTS arguments: "Would any of these many who otherwise would have been lllllltlttlillllllMIIMItttlMilMliilllillllilil
states have adopted equal suffrage if in attendance at the informal card
R South Florida Sentinel (By W. S. Branch) it had been a failure just across the party given yesterday. The playerswere
? MORNING AND WEEKLY The assistant prosecuting attorneyof border? Imitation is the sincerest joined late in the afternoon by
JOSUB FERRIS Editor and Owner. the city of Los Angeles, California, flattery." guests who could not be present for Dickson-lves CO.
' The committee in charge here con- the games-all enjoying the dainty
!.fi Entered at the pottoffice at Orlando. Florida is a young lady. We see no good
a* Second Clue Mail Matter. reason why the handsome young law- sists of Mrs. Thayer, Mrs. Beardall, refreshments served by Mrs. Beeman
who Mrs. John Schnarr, and Mrs. Fred and her committee.
1" TO ADVERTISERS: yer is to be the prosecuting at-
, Stanley, by whom literature is distributed
J! and solicitor of -
and all other hand-Mt torney Orange county
t: CoP err
Jr:, JrertbiB suit be handed in at the buineMftet should not have a young lady to assist to all who are interseted. AWARDS IN "BETTER BABIES"
f of the Sentinel not later than I p. m. The ladies much
;! the day Wire pablkation. nIl role applies him in earning his salary, and are pleased over the CONTEST TODAY DEPARTMENTAL STORE H I
i- to changes and for will contract be strictly advertising adhered; to.it UiBTariable also in spending it, provided he can interest shown at the fair grounds in have \i iOrlando's
find one that he believes will be sat- this cause, a large number of visitors All mothers entered their
t SUBSCRIPTION RATES: isfactory. registering r at this booth to signify babies in the "Better Babies" contestare

One Year .....................$5.00 aaa their approval of equal suffrage. requested to be present at the favorite
I Six Months ................... 2.50 I W. K. Curry, the cigar man, has a main auditorium at the fair grounds Shopping
Three Months ................. 1-25 very attractive booth at the fair I QUIET AT THE ROSALIND promptly at 2:15 today to hear the

In Advance. where he has a man making "Lu- I awards.

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1914. cerne Circle" cigars, which Mr. Curry Thursday afternoon was a quiet one PLACEDuring
gives away about as fast as they are at the Rosalind, the fair attracting Use the Sentinel want columns.
_ And this is Osceola day. made. Another man is making thefactory's
-0- new 10 cent cigar, "The

Osceola will find a warm welcomein New South." the week we intend .

Orlando.--0--- A Washington* *dispatch* says that, Cash to Loan on to offer some extraordi-

Osceola has cause to be proud of Congressman Frank Clark is confined nary inducements, which we
- its splendid exhibit. to his bed with la grippe. If Mr. La
o Grippe could be driven out by logic City PropertyReal shall put on sale from 7 a. m.

The Cubs have arrived in Tampa, or conquered by satire, Mr. Clark to 12 o'clock noon. The care-
p and Lambright and Guerry will supervise would be in his seat again inside of
their spring training. twenty-four hours. Let us hope it ful housewife, the thrifty .

"d' u will not be very long in any event,I Estate bought and sold mother, the discriminatingbuyer
We don't know that a man by the for he is too valuable a member to
name of Caminetti has any right to have absent. Now if it was Mr. | for cash or on commission. cannot (fail to take advantage -

talk about restricted immigration. Hobson-but what's the use? oi the splendid price
* *
" A city councilman of Gainesville Lent begins next Wednesday. It reductions.
l has been mandamused. That isn't might be well for you to get in prac-
tice little this week. Dr. A. J TAYLOR Here's some for a start:
y the kind of criticism the city councilmen by being a good I
of Orlando get. The shock to yourself and your I
N +
" Rock Building, Upstairs.IMIIIMItliltlMMIHIIiMltllMllilllMIIMItlMIt.
0 friends will'not be so great. I.
I .
Editor Triplett of the Kissimmee! aaa 4 : A. M. SPECIALS
t Valley Gazette should give an exhibition The Sperry fountain is the centerof I

;A; today of how an editor runs attraction for tourists and winter iMIIimMMtllltMHIMimilMlimmilMMMiilAn : Fancy Colored Lawns and
l' for the legislature. residents these days. With all due
: Batists in handsome designs
to the Confederate new -
o respect monument, .
r Boston has produced a cigarette Lucerne Circle, the YowellDuckworthstore Accidentis : colorings and effects.

smoker who is only three years old. the court house, Lake Cherokee, Bought to sell at 15 and 200OnrA.M.PricclOeyd
t The forwardness of Boston childrenhas Russell's Point, etc., etc., we think
r been frequently remarked upon.o the fountain is the prettiest thing in
o town. Certainly we are all under ob- likely to occur to anyone

Judge Fish, of the Georgia supreme ligations to Mayor Sperry whose gen
'r bench, who wrote the dissent erosity has given us such a permanent at any time. The 2000 yards Laces, Cluny,

: ing opinion in the Leo Frank case, and beautiful adornment for the Torchon, Battenburg, Valen-
is well known in Orlando and park.
here recently on a visit to his brother. * cost is not much. ciennes, etc., etc., Edges and

o King Alphonso of Spain is reportedas Insertions-all widths. Boughtto

Cot Goethals wants more money saying that he reads no books. Better see me.Hiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii. sell up 65C yard .
for the Panama canal work. There We remember of reading not long
seems to be no kick from the econo- since how many cigarettes he smoked I
Our A.M. Price 12 l2cYARDSPlain
mists on the amount of money re- in a day, and one fact fits into the
s. wA-:
quired in this gigantic undertaking.No other with almost geometrical exact- .
matter what it costs it will be n 'ss. I 1500 and
worth itOrlando Striped Ratines,

o Stiped Casvas Cloths, Polo
is entertaining some of the IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIiniHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIA. Serges, Flaxons, Striped
unwelcome visitors who have been Voiles, Ramie Linen, etc., etc.
lifting jewels and other valuables The ardor of the suffragists was Y. FULLER R. L FOX I Bought to sell up to soc yd
from homes in nearby cities for the not content alone with their effective
past month or two. Such float in the parade, but included a
very good pickings in operatorsfind Florida well arranged booth on the grounds, THE PALMS AUTO COREO i Our A. M. Price 15c

during the winter season. It seems where their colors, yellow and white,

they manage to pick up enough to get mingled with bamboo boughs, form a MOTOR CARS j
along, and they are back in force bright and attractive spot.A Silk Crepe de Chine

every season. large placard across the front For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a !
k'o--. bears the inscription: "Equal Rights; (DOUBLE WIDTH)
The Tampa Tribune has an edito- Suffrage for All," and another pro- full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good force ;

rial on the literacy test which is full claims the fact that "Women Are Cit soft and semi-
of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely j Beautifully
of sensible matter. izens. t
The literacy test
is no proper test of an immigrant's Cartoons depicting "women's guaranteed. j jMMMB sheer-in dainty colorings of

1 fitness for citizenship. But some kind rights," and smaller posters adorn ji i Pink, Sky, Rose, Cerise, New
f of test must be provided which the the interior; while across the back I' Blue and Dolly Varden ef
muttonheads who act wall is hung a large map showingthe
as immigration
f officers may apply without the exercise states in which equal suffragehas L THE PALMS AUTO CO j fects. Bought to sell at
I: of discretionr-something more prevailed, these being Wyoming, 75c yd HOur
easily determinable than moral Colorado, Utah, Arizona, Idaho, .
f tude. turpi- Washington, California, Oregon and FULLER & FOX, Proprietors. I IHllilMMimilMIMtltMMMMMIHIIIIIItttiHM ._, A. M. Price 39c

0 Kansas. Underneath this map is >
' printed one of their most convincing
The Ocala
Banner has discovered
one of the unfit SILK RATINES
judges the Sentinel
'.: .. . . .
r' auuaea to a few days ago in a paragraph -
concerning some recent ap 36 inches wide
pointments. The judge referred to \
sentenced a young man to ten years In the new Dolly Varden t,
for forging two checks amounting to : t . ; effects on ground coloringsof
$12.50. The Banner remarks by way Navy and Kings Blue'
of comment that this is an instance
.: Tan and Brown. Bought to
showing the need for the recall of ; ";' .'
: sell
4 at 125.
o Our A. M. Price 89c
f The Orlando Peace Society, the i ,\ are so uselul when it comes to setting the table attractively -

only organization of the kind in Flor J We can offer you innumerable suggestions (No phone or mail orderson
ida, has a convincing display at the in these.)
fair. Some of the placards are start.

ling, particularly the one which reads: Beautiful Cut Glass
"The cost of a single dreadnaught is ... d Our Millin .to.W
greater than the assessed ij an Ready ears
Orange valuationsof .' that will give your table an air of elegance and' re- ,
county. Something to finement and add
Yt ponder over. And the demand prestige to your reputation as a
year is for more battleships. every hostess. Are already proving emi-
this demand come from a real need Every housekeeper knows the value of spot- . nently attractive. Pay a visitto

or does it find birth in the business less linen gleaming silver sparkling cut glass. Dainty our parlors. 'Tis an edu

offices and of the steel and iron and paint service is ol greater importance than good cooking. , cation in itself.
r manufacturers? \

Let us have the White Way by all Mail Order are nt

means.first It will not be an expense buta . . . ur r r
class investment. The real r
estate men in Jacksonville have
ganized associations for the or- Is a great help to our out of town customers,

putting in the extra lighting purposeof on make use of it whenever you canJ Samples on infor- 4

streets where they held valuable mation cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.*

property, and have invested many Write for one ol our illustrated mail order cata

{ thousands the increase of dollars in the but selling they price all say off ; T. ".Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE logues. We invite comparison values.

the property has paid for the lights' ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
many times over. Commissioner
s. Johnson has plans for making POSTOFFICE
concrete -
lamp posts at a price about on?. Orae Ae1 Oilandn
half of the cost paid by Jacksonville n
for their iron posts and the concrete EXPERT REPAIRBfG AND ENGRAVING
will last forever while the iron will L
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Pure Candy is More Than
ROBINSON Managersv

Mere Pleasure. Here's Why. i M.I
Open 9 a. m. to 10:30 P.

| Admission 5 cents | : i
Of course, hundreds of people all over the :
try eat Candy just because they like Candy-just PROGRAM : Special Sale ofiPerfection

satisfy that desire for something sweet--and you Crystal "The Game That Failed." :

t have done the thing times. comedy in which Freddy feigns .
so same many
in order to get rid of

' 'If we can convince you that pure candy - .. The dear old lady in- :

upon calling a doctor, and what : Oil Heaters !
healthful-is really beneficial from a food
to Freddy is plenty. :
point, why then you'll realize that your money is Rex. "When Death Unites." A I .

spent when you buy Candy from our large adapted from the poem by :
Whitcomb Riley. :

ment. Nestor. "The Oath of Conchita." : Oil Heater the market We
A Spanish-Indian romance I I Thejbest on

two reels. areclosing: out the remainder of our stock at $3,39
Animated Weekly. The Funeral of : ,

H BUTT'S KANDY KITCHEN f r Gaynor. The Meeting of the : $3.89 and $4.39, You need one now and the
Men. New York Giants :
4' } Dodgers. Royalty at BreI I prices are lower than good heaters were ever sold a

home-made Candies Prominent People in the Public :
The home pure ,
Educational Section.-Big Gun :

Weekly Fashions. Boy :

Orange AvenueWADE Henry of America.Mayer. Topical Cartoons : Big line of Blue Flame Oil Cookers. J. C.

Wimple4window shades cooking utensils imported

China glassware, furniture, rugs, etc. '
GOLDEX JUBILEE The Rollins baseball team climbed :

BY KNIGHTSAll first two steps toward the cham- I ,

of the State by defeating :
THE TUNER Knights of Pythias team from Columbia College in I We furnish home complete. '; -
the supreme domain fast games on Monday and Tues- .
r last night celebrated the The first game was played in

niversary or golden jubilee. Park, before a large crowd,

All the family the live-long day Lodge No. 9, of this city, resulted in a score of 5 to 3 for THIRD FLOOR-Take the Elevatqr.Thi .

read the Sentinel.Mr. the day with a district and the second, Tuesday
Jackson, i bers being present from the at the opening of the Min- .
and Mrs. H. Gardner
of ing towns. The ritual which Fair in Orlando, was won by
of Lockport, N. Y.f are guests
Smith. prepared was used, which score of 3 to 0. In the first game
Mr. and Mrs. E. Ashley
mented with music by the swept along to a 5 to 1 lead, \
of the fair there will
On account addresses of welcome and hitting Haynes quite freely and at
be no meeting of the Junior Civic after which refreshments opportune times; in their half of the
until Friday, February 27th.
Columbia braced and scored two
Miss Zachary and Miss Laubach, IS PROUD OF Barze pitched fine ball for

who are winter visitors to Sanford, Rollins, allowing but five hits anji

spent yesterday with friends in the Mr. H. Edmund Swabey, striking out four, while Haynes allowed -

county exhjbit manager, ten hits and struck out six. In
city.Mr.. and Mrs. J. M. Willson, Jr., of gave out the following the second game Shirley, of Rollins, Y llu lt\l1 rtn

Kissimmee, arrived yesterday to be county: and Carter, of Columbia, indulged in owe\ \ o.Orlando's o.

present at the Osceola day exercisesat "One thing Osceola county pitchers' battle, with honors even,

the fair today. demonstrated, is the fact all the runs which Rollins made being

Mrs L. T. Daniels, of Cocoa, is a larger variety of products due more to poor support by his team

spending a few days in the city, visit- ufactured goods on mates rather than to any fault of
ing her daughter who is a student of her competitors."Her Carter hiIr elf. Harris started the Largest Store

the Cathedral school. display of getting by hitting a long fly into left

Mr. J. M. Beyer, of Punxsutawney, good, her luscious, juicy, field, which the Columbia fielder mis- "
Pa., is in Orlando spending the winter of which she's very judged and allowed to go over his Quality Did It.

and is among the happy and con- eye-opener for those who allowing Harris to make third,
tented guests at the Lucerne. of her as a 'cow county.' 'lUnrlJ'1't" he came home when the throw-in

The second annual convention of "Her display of live fish I got away from the third baseman.

the graduate nurses of Florida will ing an annual income of $ I Shirley gave five hits and struck out .llllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllll.11111111111111II111\ 11I11111111111111111I
also feature. i twelve Carter
be held in Jacksonville February 26 a great allowing seven hits
"Her cane and syrup and striking out fourteen. Both
to 28, inclusive. An excellent pro-
has been prepared for the meet- tion set people to thinking games were quite free from errors, FOR SALE
gram future in this line. and showed that the
team which '
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"Her Rollins located three miles from I
turpentine products this year is probablythe 20 acres
tions will be discussed.Mr. brick road eight
bacco, are before the people strongest the institution has put city on proposed ;
and Mrs.. W. P. Bartlett arrived acres bearing grove; two acres
have good effect.: Her out in
years. timber four
yesterday from Hendersonville, cleared and ten acres Cakes! Cakes!
speaks for itself, also her room cottage. Price $3,500.
N. C., and expect to spend some time the chase. BANKS WILL CLOSE MONDAY 25 acres four miles from city; ten

in the city greeting their many "Her cattle and horses acres in grove, four hundred bearing ,. -- :
friends. Mr. Bartlett is a brother orange and two hundred threeyearold .::.t'} .fi.s-f. '
play, also sheep, her All of the banks will observe grapefruit trees; twelve acres
L. Giles and Mr. Henry
f of Mrs. James take first place, and if Washington's birthday on Monday, fruit land_ and three acres garden We have added a cake depart-
Bartlett and barn, located on
is desired, she can show February 22, and will not be open for land; cottage'

\ Mrs. T. P. Warlow leaves today for goods, even down to home business on that day.PRIMITIVE lake 70 front.acres choice Price fruit$5,000.and vegetableland ment and will sell you any
where she will be the guestof ton. .1- '
Tampa, three and one-half miles from
Mrs. C. W. Green for a fortnight "She stoops to no other BAPTISTRev. city.; Price $30 per acre. amount you want. Try some |
It has been Mrs. Warlow's custom to fair Florida, but holds her Five-room cottage and lot one hun-

observe Fridays with an informal "at for having achieved such a R. A. McCloud pastor of An- dred by four hundred leading feet out; located of city.on of the following: Plain, Raisin,

home," ajdlher friends will miss these |in the development of tioch Primitive Baptist church, will main Price $2,000.Five highway. Citron Marble Lady Oriental
pleasant gatherings during her absence state in the Union." deliver a special sermon on Sunday' acres of bearing orange grove, ,
night, February 22nd. His subject
from the well' located. Price $2,000. Nut Rich.
city. will be "Man's Duty in Consideration 140 overlooking a beautiful ,
Miss Ruth Hendricks, who has ORLANDO S. P. C. of God's Goodness." This sermon will lake, one acres and one-fourth miles from
be the first of a series that he intends
Through the kindness of house
and ;
been the guest of her brother and to deliver. The subjects follow railroad
sister-in-law,. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. man, president of the 1. "Man's Duty in Consideration of 20 acres bearing hundred orange trees.grove con-The
bon Society, the Orlando S. God's taining fourteen
Hendricks at Port Inglis for a fortnight land is high grade fruit
came to Ocala yesterday for was given space at the 2. "The Pattern in the Mount." and remaining garden soil. Price 12000. THE SANITARY GROCERY
exhibit of humane literature.Hundreds 3. "What Primitive Baptists Be- choice fruit land, well
an over-night visit with Mr. and Mrs. lieve. 2,000 acres .
Can be had at a bargain.J.
T. C. Luckie, leaving today for her of the national 4. "The Two Ways." located. E. CRAWFORD, CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
"Be Kind to Animals," 5. "Universal "
Orlando.-Ocala Star.
home in Office Over Blue Drug Store,
,visitors. Alko each Boy 6. "The Humanity and the Divinityof 117 South Orange Ave. Phone 404, 200 6 &: 8 E. Pine Street
Smith leave Jesus."
Miss Johnny expects to Florida.
many of the officers and Orlando,
the latter part of the week for her 7. "Christianity, the Surest Foun- -"
the kindness 2-20-tf
the fair wore dation of Human Character."
home in Orlando, after spendingsome
button. 8. "Christ's Description of Him- CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
time in Jacksonville, the guestof The Humane Literature self." CARD OF THANKS.
Miss Enid Broward, at her homeon 9. "The Perpetuity of the Gospel IIIIHfllMMMMMMIMMHMMHIIIIIHMMMIMMSpecial
of copies of Black Beauty
East Church street. Miss Smith Church. We wish to extend our
humane stories, together 10. "Tenting Toward Sodom." thanks to our friends who were such ..
was among the out of town guestsat riety of humane leaflets, Everybody is cordially invited. help and comfort to us during the illness *
the Hardee-Broward wedding yes habits and usefulness of Services begin at 7:30 p. m. and death of our dear husbandand
.-Times-Union father. We thank you for the
kindness to them, and also for kindness
and every
Eat what wantEat sympathy
Rev. S. R. Belk, presiding elder of through the effects of all you you want shown us.Mrs. .
) the Gainesville, Ga., district, arrived great loss in money value to Take a postscript and forget it W. H. Wood and Children. Bargains
last night for a visit to his relatives and nation, and the evil For sale by all durggists.

here, Mrs. A. Rinaldi and Mrs. Josiah done to human beings, as l-7-d&w-lyr I LUTHER THE FLORISTCut - --- .
Ferris. Mr. Belk is regarded as one pain and suffering of the WANTED-To trade 45 acres of land!. "1-4 ..;. ..1. to "
of the ablest ministers of the Meth- at Melbourne, Fla., for business or Flowers
odist denomination in Georgia. He Word has been received residence lots in the city. AddressL. I ROSES VIOLETS, 1--.Four Passenger Cadillac $350
has visited Orlando many times and of the sudden death of A. Powell, 200 W. Amelia avenue",! ,
Cochrane, Sr., of Palatka. or Orlando Realty Co., corner Orange PANSIES,
has a host of friends and admirers CARNATIONS,
rane was the chief partner and Central. 2-20-3t 1-Five Passenger Hudson $500

here.Mr. ive manager of the POTTED PLANTS
F. Ruiz, the clever representative -. FOR SALE OR RENT-House fur-
I pany, a wholesale nished or unfurnished. Also two in
These good shape good
cars are
of the L. C. Smith & Bros.: Typewriter ,
of Palatka.
He has been lots for sale. Apply to Mrs. McDade,
company, is in Orlando takingin visitor in Orlando for 307 Broadway. 2-20-lw $1.50 tires and ready to run. .
the Good Wood -
and is selling a goodly calling on the stationery -
number of his machines. Mr. Ruiz TEN YEARS IN ORLANDO
orders. He was here Better Wood $2 and $2.25
has lots of friends in Orlando. His Chiropodist for both men and wo-
F. C. Cochrane Jr.
personality is like his typewriters, ,only a men. Manicure, pedicure, face and aid $2.75
hard ago. He had a sudden scalp massage. Feet a specialty. L. Best Wood San Juan Garage Go.
to surpass. He is also doing
attack of acute indigestion J. Mustard, 117 Orange avenue, over
some excellent missionary work for or more ago, but was Curtis & O'Neal's store. 26lmOSTEOPATHY This won't last long, Y

his week.home town, Tampa, and Gasparilla recovering from its effects Stock up while you can. All Night ServiceAJAX

the trip last week to

Come in Thursday, Friday or Sat strength. Orlando Wood Yard
urday-of this week, and have a special DR. J. C .HOWELL TIRES don't cost any more and are guar

1 representative of our tailoring Eat what you want Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo 104 W. Pine St. anteed for five thousand miles.
house take your measure for that Eat all you want extra charge for house treatment
spring suit. The Take a postscript and 8. W. KIKCSLEY, Proprietor
, Yowell-Dockworth For sale by all \ Telephone connections
Ct. j. 2-17-lW ,\+t-..... ,_ Office co Orange and Central Ares.

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: tfttililltlllMllilMMMIMUMMHIIIilliilMlilliNew $1,000 Buys a five-room house and AUTO TRUCK FOR SALE at a price 11111 niiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiimiiiiiCalifornia 1111 I III 1 It
lot within one ,block of Lake Eola. you can afford to pay to own it.
See Frank Soper, Room 3, :McNeill & 311 North Orange avenue. 1-27-tf
T Davis Bldg. 2-18-10t

Sv Loquats (Japanese plums), best FOR REm
fruit for jelly and preserves. Phoneor .
Arrivals write your orders. Also banana Bungalows j _
FOR RENT-5-room house, partly
; plants, in any size or quantity. Writeor
I phone your orders to John Murphy, furnished. See Frank Soper, Room
Schenley Place, Orlando. Phone 322. 3, McNeill & Davis Bldg. 2-18-10t Fine Location. Large Lot

' Ratines Eponges, Crepes Poplins Terry II 2-13-lw 1
FOR RENT-Large attractive room .
Cloth, Lawns in the latest colors. Ladies FOR SALE AT A DAYSA BARGAINFORTEN in new bungalow. 203 Ridgewoodavenue. Only one left to sell f

Home Journal Patterns at five-room house and lot; bath 2tf Four built and sold in less than 3 months.

x and modern conveniences hot and
; ROOMS in mod-
cold water, and electric lights. House ern home, with kitchenette if de Best values ever offered in Orlando

comparatively new. For price, call at sired. Apply 14 East Amelia, next
: No. 411 Boone street. Telephone 364. 219itSee
2-ll-6t door to Wyoming. Price $2 750


STORE An elegant' FOR modern SALE home; four bed FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms Inspect No. 5 today.
home close in electricity,
rooms; two bath rooms; gas and elec- in new ;
tricity throughout; fruit trees and gas, bath, fireplace 114 in East large Jackson front : An ideal all year round home-at a low price.
128 S. Orange Ave. 2-15-tf flowers. '509 East Central avenue. room street; hot water. 2-17-3t

THIRTY ACRES, high, fine round
timber cut over once; three acres FOR RENT Large, well furnishedroom ,
; I suburban FRED. B. DALE Owner
5 cleared and planted in orange and I to persons wishing ,
grapefruit; lake front and beautiful Accommodations; also 2 acres good >
location for a home one mile and a truck land, close in. .Good opportu-
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: '1111111111111'1111111111111"111111111'1111'11111'REV. quarter from Ocoee. $800. A. M. nity for right person. Address 9.8tf"A," [ 306 Anderson StreetmHIIMMMiMMMMMMMMMMMMIMMMMIMMI
\ 1-28-tf Sentinel
Clarke, Ocoee. Fla.
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The two last issues of the weekly .

Rhinelander (Wis.) News, received j

:,- by a friend, give mention of Rev. Corner
Notices of Wanted, For Sale,
Loet For
: Campbell Gray and family, who are tent, ete. for this column 25c for one day .
most .popular here. Letters from 60c for three days, or 1.00 for one week, for I
25: words or less. Money must New Modern
accompany Two-Story. j
them to Bishop and Mrs. Gray state the advertisements fer this column as no Lake and Anderson
insertions will be made on credit. :
that the thermometer has
though ._
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q been at 20 below zero, they are each House one block from
r enjoying the weather and their new
I StreetsI
home, their parishioners doing all in' : Lucerne Circle.
Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles,
their for their comfort. The
6n Court street 12.5-tf :
News says:

t "The Rev. Campbell Gray arrived FOR SALE-Good cypress row boat 11111 11111. 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 lit Owner
Helen Wright j
; with hiss family last week, and Dr. for sale. In good condition. Ap- I ,

1 Gray immediately assumed the dutiesof ply 510 S. DeLaney street 2.14-tf HOMESEEKERS r MISCELLANEOUS

the vicarate of St. Augustine's I 113 AMERICA STREET
SEE H. H. WITHERINGTON for LOST-Between Presbyterian church
t church, officiating last Sunday at the bargain in a winter home at Apopka a, A pretty home on Conway clay I and Gore avenue, coral and pearl till 11111 I ,41111111111111 IMMIMMMHtllilUHH *
road choice land, at bargain price.
; services. The family consists of Mrs. Orange county, Florida. See R.; B. Perry, at Water Works. brooch. Liberal reward' if returnedto 2.17.2t -
r Ii Gray and three bright children, and 2-13-6t-ltw 2-15-10t Dickson & Ives. MiiiiiiiimitmiiiMmM*

0 they will be an acceptable additon to' WANTED-An experienced Japanese)\
FOR SALE-600 acres of high grade FOR SALE ,cook would like position in private)
the city's population. Father Gray is citrus land 2 miles facing Orlando Investors and HomeseekersA.TTENTIONI
; Six hundred acres timber land, and family. Inquire at Sentinel office. Real Estate Agents,
a young man of fine appearance and and Oakland brick road, and 21-2 2-15-10t
>c ten acre orange grove, with two milesof
miles on lake shore. S. S. Griffin
he made excellent impression ,
an upon lake shore Winter Garden,
Orlando, Fla. near LOST-February 15th, ling bar pin,
his congregation. last Sunday. one of the greatest trucking and colored gold. Egyptian head of red
.4 "The reception tendered Father FOR SALE-Five Over citrus centers of Florida. The orange I coral in center. Return to Eola Cot : I offer for $1,900 two-story, six-room cottage, with

Campbell Gray and his wife Wednesday land automobile; owner passenger has to re crop will pay interest on the whole tage. Reward. 2-17-3t rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, nurth.

C evening in the Guild hall by the i turn North. See Edmund Hugill, owner investment, Orlando Terms., Fla. S.. S. Griffin 2-5, LOST-Bunch of keys, on Tuesday I Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also
4 members of St. Augustine's church Room 9, :McNeil & Davis Bldg., corner night, at fair grounds; tagged : six-room bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special
Orange avenue and Church street. R. A. Patten. Please return to San basement
facilities. Large
FOR SALE roomy
x gave opportunities to all present to 2-17-3t Juan hotel and receive reward.' : heating and bath room
T welcome the new vicar and his charm- Fresh Jersey cow, third calf; per- 2.18.2t I wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or
EXCHANGEWill fectly gentle, and free milker. Can II I Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery.
wife this furnace.
to and
ing also
enabled Between Metodist church I
be seen at Oak Knoll farm. Fogg & LOST These
the new comers to meet many of exchange a fine improved farmof Osteen, Altamonte Springs, Fla. and Lucerne theater, or probably in House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200.
the people of Rhinelander. There was 160 acres in Minnesota- for-a-bear 1-31-tf the theater, on February 4th, an lots connect at the corners, with rose house between. I
ing grove not too far from Orlando. brooch. Return to Sentinel dealer's commission.
; a short musical and refreshments amethyst offer the whole for $3,800 and allow
what have and address
you FOR SALE office. Reward. 2-15-tf
} were; served, Father Gray assisting "Exchange care Sentinel. 2-12-lw Open to all.
r farm located Con-
Forty-acre near
LOST-On Monday, pear shaped locket
by singing two selectiohs ac-
Most all under cultivation.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGEForreal way. with four-leaf clover on one side N. COY
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companied on the piano by Mrs. Gray. Good soil. Public road on two sides. I
estate in Orlando or close by, and wishbone on other side. On
Both Father Gray and his wife are a large ice cream factory and bakery, Lake on and one grapefruit corner. Seven trees acres, all of in Wednesday, probably on fair grounds, 307 West st., Norlli.Orlando
acomplished musicians and they will with retail store, all, modern equipment fine orange candition. Well fenced. cut steel shoe buckle. Reward for return -
be decided to the musical brine freezer, cement storage to this office.
a acquisiton Also lots, two minutes walk off
tanks and sales of six to eight hun *
circles of the city as well as aiding Orange avenue, filled with fruit trees.
white breast
dred gallons per week, all sold in town LOST-Sabel Collie dog,
F3 in religious work. Father Gray and where made, which is one of the best Apply to W. H. Hazlett, 614 N. Orange and white streak between eyes.
his family came from Orlando, Florida summer towns on Lake Michigan; a avenue, Orlando, Fla. 2-18-lw Kindly return to Mrs. W. L Lewis NOTICE Warman Repairs and Retires Baby
suitable business and receive reward 707 E. Central Court street. 12-5-tf
k two weeks ago, from a semitropical for persons having a FOR SALE ; Carriages on
winter business in the South. avenue. 2-17-3t
3 climate to an extremely cold one, person interested interior Any Pure Georgia cane syrup, in any Notice is hereby given that the Cityof
can see pho- 1,
but they profess themselves well tographs of this place, by addressing quantity. Also Georgia seed peanutsof WANTED-Ladies to bring those Orlando, Florida,will on January that W. ENTRICAN,
early and late varieties. Will have combings to us. Don't destroy 1915, pay off with interest to decorator. New j
J. S. Colvin Painter and interior
f pleased and as liking the cold. St. Orlando, Fla. 2-4-tf 8 9 10 19
bonds numbered 7, , '
in few days variety of seed corn; also them. We will make what you want. date, ideas and old ones, too. Phone 636
Augustine's church and the cify area GIVE YOU A DOLLAR Georgia smoked meat in hams, midI I Come and see our stock and examineour and 20, of the City of Orlando seven Expert workmen employed. v
to be congratulated on the filling so J filings! and shoulders. Headquartersat work. We invite inspection. If per cent. bonds, issued July 1, 1892, 1-21-lm .* 1
i successfully''' the left in W. R. King's, 47 West Church you haven't the hair we supply it according to the provisions made for ... .
vacancy If one bottle Davis' Sage and Sulphur street, the cheap cash grocer. Our stock is genuine. We make everything redemption in said bonds. t.
that parish by the recent resignationof Hair Remedy fails to remove dan- Yours with thanks, to order. Will pay cash for Dated February 11, 1914. Now's the time to subscribe.' Every- '
the Rev. J. M. Johnson, who moved druff or stop falling hair. Estes Pharnacy "The Georgia Man," combings. Nickolas & Nickolas, 305 CARL JANSEN, City Clerk. body's do in' it.

,. to Elgin, 111" sells and guarantees it 7-lw 2-13-tf W. E. POWELL Garland avenue. 2-19-dw-lm 2-12-lm...-

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Today's Program.

Claude Summers "The l\linstrell\lan and Amoise," (The Dainty Come-

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

l Afternoon Admission 5e; Night 5 and lOc.

on sale Estes Pharmacy, Thursday, Feb. 19.

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MAITLAND ITEMS. Ladies' hair dressing, massage NICE HOME FOR SALE 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111
I,hampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber A Bargain for Some Person
New house in good repair, paintedand
Feb. 16.0W :Mait- : 1-2-tf
Maitland, Fla., Shop.
papered, piazza and one screened.
At the instigation -
land has at last aroused. Five acres in the lot. Young orange THE MARKET
t of Mrs. Johnston, a Civic and grapefruit of 325 trees : ,
has been formed for the bet- Miss Dye, the art teacher at the grove
League just coming into bearing. 100 peach New Seven Room
of streets I
and improvement Cathedral school that instruction -
terment announces
trees, 8 Japanese persimmon trees,
and lakes, and the first meeing was in her department is opento roses and shrubs in front yard. Good House Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
after- Completely
held at her residence Saturday
the general public as well as to water. Situated on clay road to Pine
nice little sum
Feb. 7th, when a I
noon, I Castle, near Drennen Station. Also
was raised. Each member present members of the school Arrange- 10 acres on the clay road, suitablefor FurnishedRented AND SALT MEATS
donating a given sum. Mrs. John- ments may be made for instruction in orange and grapefruit trees or

stone will entertain the month club every then art jewelry, including elementarywork gardening. Any one wanting a Flor- until Nov. Est at FISH AND GAME
Saturday afternoon this ; in silver, and brass. ida home will do well to call at "Mas-
good work.It copper sachusetts Villa." Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
was a merry company that gathered Terms seventy-five cents an hour tf I A. D. TURNER. $60 per month. :
at the Inn. on Monday evening, .
aid congratulateDr. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
the 9th, to surprise
Stuart, on his birthday. The \ fine investment for any one : and pore.

i guests of the Inn had prepared a To the West and Northwest 'vanting a home for next season :
and cards, so
[present of card I We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
that the doctor could indulge in his meanwhile securing a :
[favorite game of, auction. :Mr. Seward -VIA- I everything in the Meat Line.
made the presentation speech in avery good income on the invest-

[ happy manner; then all join '
I in singing to the tune of "Auld Lang ,
I Syne." A song composed for the occasion Location CLOSE IN The PARLOR MARKET
[ by one of the ladies at the SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
I Inn. All participated! in the gamesof Price
five hundred and auction. Duie' Dixie SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED $3750
the birthday Limited. Flyer. H. M. Self & Co.
With the refreshments, Lv Orlande. A. C. L..12:31am 3:13pm I Lv Orlando. ........................ 3:13pm
cake with its many lighted can- Ar Jacksonville A. C. I.... 6:45 am '1:30 pm Ar Jacwnvtlle ..................... 1:30 pm
dies (we will give the doctor away Lv Jacksonville A. C. L... 9:35am 8:25pm Lv Jacksonville A. C. 1. ........... 8:15pm '&> Atha PINE STREET
by saying how many), was brought Lv Waycross A. C. L..11:50am 10:25 pm Lv Waycross. A. C. I. .............lo:20 pm Cooper
much merriment.Mrs. Ar Macon, G. S. &: F....... 5:13pm .c:15am Ar Macon G. S. &: F. .............. 3:46am .
in, and there was Ar Atlanta, c. of Ga....... 8:03 pm '1:25 am Ar Atlanta C. of Ga .............. '1:12 am Phone No. 80
Clark's tea on the 12th at the Ar Knoxville. L. &: N. .............12:19pm Ground Floor
rectory for Bishop and Mrs. Mann, Ar Chattanooga, W. &: A..12:18am 11:55 am Ar Corbin, 1. &: N. ................ 3:16pm Opp. Postoffice
and :Mrs. Gray and Mr. Rick- Ar Nashville. N. C. &: St. L. 4:50am 4:30 pm Ar LouISville, L &: N. .............. :: pm Phone No. 311
Bishop Ar Pa ............ MHIMIMMMMHMIIIMIiMIMMimmilMM
another very happy and in- L.& N. 2:50 720 Indianapolis L. 1:50am
ert, was Ar S1. Louis L C.&: : pm am
function. The house was Ar Lexington. L. &: N. ............ 6:50 pm I
formal decorated. The drawingroom I Ar Hopkinsville, L. &: N........... 6:21 pm Ar Cincinant' L. &: N. ............. 8:50 pm "!II'
beautifully Clark with heguests Ar Evansville, L. &: N..... 9:28am 9:25pm Ar Kalamazoo G. R..&: L ...........12:20pmAr
where Mrs. Terre Haute, C. &: E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am Ar_Grand Rapids G. R. &: L ....... 2:45pm I MiMIIIIIIIIMIIIMMMMIMIIIM
of honor received, was in yellow \Ar Chicago C. &: E. L..... 6:50 pm 6:50 am Ar Cleveland, Big Four eo........... 1:15 am
iasmine and bamboo. The living I
where fruit punch was
served, was in the graceful figuonia, Solid ,train composed of section drawing- Solid train, composed of, electric lighted
the pnch table was presided over by room sleeping cars observation compartment
:Mrs. Massingale of Atlanta. The cars and dining car between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches W. M.
dining room, where tea was dispened,I Chicago and section, drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, and SLEMONSNew
between Jacksonville and St. Louis.
ar Jacksonville Louisville ana Indianapolis
wa in lovely pink roe and pink can- ;
loch poured tea, ably a sited by sev- DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
eral young ladies from the Inn. Solid train carrying electric lighted compartment Cleveland;'also Pullman sleeping ear between
function, and observation sleepers and electlic Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondays
It happy
was a very section drawing-room sleepers. First-
all felt grateful to Mrs. Clark lighted and Thursdays of each week. Dining car
very class coaches and smoking car. Dining car
for the opportunity afforded of meeting serves meals'a la carte. service between Atlanta and CincinnatL Goods Arriving Daily

i the bishops and clergy in a social .-
I way.The party at the Inn Monday evening W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent.

Feb. 16th, was another very Atlantic Coast Line, OrlandoI I ... ----.....
happy affair. The Orlando Orchestra
furnished the music, and Altamonteand
Winter Park friends joined theguests I tttitimt -
in having a royally good time. I
'Many of the guests at the Inn have We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
been here several and all
are charmed with Maitland. made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes. r

Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels. '1f
r Job printing at the Sentinel . .
;: l : Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, On Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.

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.1111111111111111111111111111111.11111111111111111111 and Wm. Edwards, superintendent, _____ ___ _
for S. C. Reds.
Specials offered' by the White
Orpington Club were won by Fish &
Fish, Wm. Edwards, G. C. Keller, and
p . .. r.. Dr. C. E. Enlow. _
I Specials offered by the American =
t. '
\. White Rock Club were won by Mrs.J. .
H. Wendler and Pat Johnson.
Specials offered by the WaterfowlsClub E
of America were won by Rose
: Poultry Yards, Wm. Edwards, and F. .
: !I1IE ST Joseph Raehn. .

Specials offered by the American _
Barred Rock Club for best shape
male and best colored male, also best
shaped and(Colored female, were won = And Residents _
by Mrs. J. H. Wendler. -
Specials offered by the Black Minorca -
Club were won by A. Y. Fuller, -
Lock valuables in vault
{ .1 Mrs. J. P. Taylor and W. L. Coryell. your our
Specials offered by the American -

Cornish Club were won by C. G. Me- during the Fair we v/ID care for ELI
gargee, W. N. Davis and E. A. Young. L ,
Specials offered by the American -

LONG ESTAPLISHED Partridge' Rock Club were won by : them for with pleasure and ---
SAFE.CONSERVAT1VE.ACCOMMOOATING Mrs. J. H. Wendler, Lakeland, Fla. -
;_ Specials offered by National White

E.Wyandotte Enlow. Club were won by Dr. C. !;; without charge.. i

-- TO BECOME THE OWNER OF A HOME. Specials offered by the Silver Wy- .
andotte Club were won by Mrs. J. H. i -

Wendler. .
Specials offered by the National Columbian .
Wyandotte Club for best '
shaped and colored male and best :
Is the cherished ambition of many a young man. The shaped and colored female, also best 1 "IT IS A
\ Columbian Wyandotte in the show, ======
; best way to acquire the funds for a home is to start an were won by Mrs. J. H. Wendler, ,
All in all it was the biggest and PLEASURE
I account now with the STATE BANK OF ORLANDO, best show ever held in connection

with any fair in the state of Florida,
and deposit a certain sum from your income each week.It and next year will see even a bigger TO SERVE iYOU"

and better poultry exhibit. Surelyno -I-I
will soon increase at Compound Interest. one can gainsay the fact that this $Id =
is a poultry state when one reviewsthe
: Four per cent. interest paid on Savings Accounts. array of magnificent stock produced -
ida. right here in the state of Flor- wii1


DEPARTMENT(Concluded- ) t United States Depositary

Best grape jelly, Mrs. J. L. Close, __
St. Cloud.
Best Catley guava jelly, Mrs. J. P.
Taylor. 1III
Best guava jelly other than Catley,

.. Mrs J. A. P. Lane.: Honorable men-
:Mrs. A. Rattle.
: -- - - tion,
-.------ Best orange jelly, Mrs. J. A. P.

Mrs. C. W. Jacocks.
MARTYR OF Best plum jelly,
"THE Best peach jelly, Mrs. J. P. Taylor.
ANTIOCH. (Concluded) Best strawberry jelly, Mrs. J. P.

Silver Cup, offered by Poulary Fan- Taylor. DR. C. H. TYNDALL, AUTHOR, I II ) IIlOr( =
Mrs. J. P.
Best blackberry jelly,
On Monday evening March 16th, cier Publishing Co., was won by Wm. I LECIURER, SCIENTISTWill IF
will Edwards, Zellwood, Fla. Taylor.
Mendelssohn Club presentthe t
the Miss Corinne
grapefruit jelly,
; Arthur Silver Cup, offered by Wtfi. Cook & of
of Antioch, by Barker. "The Wonders
"Martyr lecture upon
Sons for the best Orpington in the
Sullivan. This will serve to introduce show, was won by C. F. Ward, of Best mulberry jelly, Miss Kena EtKer Waves" and "Radium" and its
beautiful work for the first Winter Park. I Fries. the nine days of
this "Mysteries" during
3 Best Surinam jelly, Mrs. J. P. Tay-
time in America. The words of "The Silver Cup, offered by the National the Orlando Chautauqua.

of Antioch" were I41ecte4 Black Orpington Club to members lor.Best exhibit of jellies, greatest va-
Martyr only, Mrs. J. H. Wend-
was won by
from the drama by the late Rev. H. ler. riety of Florida products, Mrs. A. T.
H. Melman, Dean of St. Paul's London American Poultry Association Silver McCulloch.Best grapefruit. marmalade, Mrs. H'.A' V
The action of the Medal for best bird in the Bantam j
I England. H. E. Pond, Pine Castle.
class, was won by J. A. Grimm with
piece is laid in "Antioch" in Syria, in Buff Cochin Bantam Cockerel. Best orange marmalade, Mrs. J. A.
of the third century. P. Lane.
the latter part Poultry Association Di- Best huckleberry jam, Miss Lizzie
;the persons represented are: Heath- ploma for best duck in the show, was Mathews.

Olybiusrthe Roman 0 prefect Mr. won Land.by Rose Poultry Yards of De- Best strawberry jam, Miss Kena :

Tyler of Jacksonville, will sing the American Fries.
Poultry Association Di-
Mrs. C. M.
blackberry jam,
: part; the Priest of Apollo, Mr. Carr; ploma for best turkey in the show, Tichenor.

Julia, Miss Ruth Mcllvaine; Chris- was won by C. G. Megargee of Uma- Best guava jam, Mrs. J. P. Taylor.

tians; Fabius, Bishop of Antioch, Mr. tilla, Fla.American. Best peach preserves, Mrs. J. P.

Carr Margarita, daughter of Callias, Poultry Association Diploma Taylor. U 11 11I
; for best goose in the show, was Best pineapple preserves, Mrs. J. P.
Priest of Apollo, Mrs. W. L. Palmer. won by Rose Poultry Yards, DeLand, Taylor.
1 1L
be briefly described. Fla._
The plot may Best guava preserves, Mrs. M.. A.
Olybius is in love with Margarita, and Standard Oil Co. Special was won Carey. If you want a watcH that ,you

'): she returned his love. This, however, by best Wm.display Edwards hatched, Zellwood by an, Fla.incuba-, for Lane.Best loquat preserves, Mrs. J. A. P. can be proud of carry a _ _

) in her heathen days. She is nowa D I D
was tor.Gulf Best kumquat preserves, Miss Kena WalthamWatchThe
Christian and with her conversion, Refining Co. Special for best Fries.

of which both her lover and her pair of birds in the show, was won Best watermelon rind preserves, I I N Waltham has &en awarded _
.4 H' ,
by Mrs. J. H. Wendler with 1st prize L I
Mrs. J. P. Taylor.
father ignorant, she, though not highest honors at Interna-
are barred rock cockers; and first prize Best fig preserves, Miss Kena Fries. I every
indifferent to him, rejects all idea barred rock pullet. Best strawberry preserves, Mrs.C. tional Exposition and has taken

of union with a heathen. The piece Lakemont Poultry Farm Specialwas M. Tichenor. Dr. C. H. Tyndall is unique. Since every Gold Medal offered u>

opens with a chorus of Sun worshippers won by Wm. Edwards with S. C. Best canned peaches, Mrs. Agnes childhood he has studied and stored ::{ America since 1875.
Red, and the second special was won Livermore
St. Cloud.
i preliminary to a solemn sacri by Rose Poultry Yards. Best'canned, plums, Mrs. J. D. Mil- scientific knowledge. Being a branchof "Its Time You Omul a WJthm*
fice. The Prefect calls for Margarita The Rose Lawn Farm Specialswere ler, Taft. the families of Sir John Tyndall, Dou'tk7SVltCbkf.tltIb.O -

to take her accustomed place and won by C. F. Ward. Best canned pears, Mrs. Agnes Livermore scientist, and William Tyndale, Bible inf with of Waltkam us. Complete WttcfcM IIIOftoment fa tQ

lead the worship. During her non- Special offered by Mr. Gqy Toph St. Cloud. translator, he comes rightly by his radei.
t was won by.Dr. C. E. Enlow.
Best canned strawberries Miss
the priest charges her Special offered love for science, and the reverent
; appearance by Taylor Instrument Kena Fries.
t with lukewarmness in the cause of Co. won by Mrs. J. H. Wendler. Best canned blackberries, Mrs. J. D. spirit with which he unfolds its mys O ; Allen & Co.,

Apollo, and he avows his firm inten- Special offered by Kellerstrass Miller, Taft. teries. >.
tion to put all Christians to death. Poultry Sanford.Farm won by Fish & Fish of Best canned pineapple, Mrs. V. C. His lecture on Wireless Telegraphy JEWELERS
Lenox, St. Cloud.
3 The scene changes to the Christian'scemetery Specials offered by the_ Florida Best canned Catley guavas, Mrs. early in 1901 created a sensation in Everything Giaruleed.( f

: where one of the brethrenis Grower were won by the following: Agnes Livermore, St. Cloud. the press throughout the world. He

( buried, and a hymn is sung over L. Wichtendahl, R. D. Waring, J. A. Best canned guavas other than Cat- has given it several hundred times in Reliable Repairing.
Grimm, Pat Johnson, Dr. C. E. Enlow, ley, Mrs. W. L. Wescott. and
the funeral Margarita Canada Eng-
him. Arter the United States,
Wm. Pringle E. A.
; Young. Best canned tomatoes, Miss Corinne II
remains behind and pours forth her Specials offered by Poutlry Advo- Barker. land. Frequently well known people

feelings in adoration of the Savior. cate Publishing Co. were won by C. F. Best exhibit of canned vegetables, pronounce it the best lecture they

Her father finds her thus employedand I Ward, A. Y. Fuller, W. L. Coryell, Mrs. J. P. Taylor. have ever heard. He is always t
Mrs. J.
of her F. Taylor. Best sweet green tomato pickle, that w*
first time and
the now
learning for abreast of discovery,
Specials offered by the American
Mrs. J. D. Miller, Taft.
conversion. The scene again changesto Poultry World were won by Mrs. J. Best sour green tomato pickle, Mrs. lecture covers a very wide range of I n cD
the Palace of the Prefeft. The H. Wendler, Dr. C. E. Enlow and Wm. Nettie Blake, St. Cloud. science, and is termed, "The Wondersof = : =] =

maidens of Apollo sing their evening Edwards. Best sweet peach pickle, Miss Kena Ether Waves."
Specials offered by Park & Pollard Fries. _
song. Olybius and Margarita are were won by Mrs. J. H. Wendler, Best mustard pickle, Mrs. S. E. Hardly had the world awakened to than diamonds. Thousandsof 4 HMIMilMMIiMMIIIBIflireme
his old endearments Yards. of that wonderful thing, precious
left together; he begins I Ives, Sr.Best the discovery
; and dilates on the glories Specials offered by the Southern watermelon rind pickle, F. G. Radium, before we find him possessedof times more valuable than gold. I

which will be hers when they are Fancier Farmer were won by W. L Knapp, St. Cloud. several specimens of it, and lectur- Present everywhere, yet the rarest :
she Coryell, Jas. Duncan, Wm. Edwards, Best pepper relish, Mrs. S. E. Ives, thing known. The key to most of u Auto Oil
: united. She then confesses that Dr. C. E. Enlow, Mrs. J. E. Ensign, ing in the same lucid and fascinating

is a Christian; he curses her religion, W. N. Davis, A. Y. Fuller, Fish & Sr.Best chow-chow, Mrs. S. E. Ives, Sr. manner on "Radium and Its Myste- the mysteries of nature. :
and she leaves him for prison. Fish, G. A. Grimm, Bert Heart, Pat Bt exhibit of canned vegetables, ries." He demonstrates why Radium will

i The final action takes place outside Johnson, Morton Jones, Mrs) C. W. fruits, preserves and jellies, Miss The Wonders of Ether Waves burn one like & live coal illustrates : Theoilthathasstood
Jacocks, Hazel IJilgore G. C. Keller Fries.
Kena its mechanical effects, or perpetual :
the prison of the Christians on the Mrs. W. E. Long, C. G. Megargee, Best tomato catsup, Miss Kena This lecture deals with scientific I I the
road to the Temple of Apollo. The A.- -- -M--- -NicholfiOTl.--------... -TV. W... Precpntt Fries. facts of intensest interest from the motion; shows how it gives out light su
maidens of Daphne- chant -the glories Wm. Praingle, W. K. Post, Mrs."H. Best mince meat, Mrs. H. E. Pond, simplest events occurring in our daily for ages; why it cures cancer and : preme test
; within the Parry, Rose Poultry Yards, F. Jos. Pine Castle. life to the mysteries in other diseases; changes everything it :
:; of the God, .while from Raehn, Altha Tichenor Best salad profoundest .
Mrs. J. P. dressing, Mrs. T. 0. comes near; how it reveals and explains :
t prison are heard the more solemn and Taylor, A. E. Thomas, L Buck, C. F. Brown.W. nature.In I
determined strains of the Christians. Ward, L Wichtendahl, R. D. Waring, H. Brokaw Prizes-Special it are demonstrations in reso- the nature of electricity; unlocks =: : iiiiTi: THAT; --

E. H. Walker, E. A. Young. Best grapefruit straws, Mrs. G. T. in the secrets of creation; proves
:Margarita is brought out and required nance, and in wireless telegraphy, 1. .
Specials offered by Pratt's Food Barr. itself to be the "missing link" in the
make her choice. She which brick and stone walls and the
to proclaims company were ,won by C. F. Ward, Best guava jelly, Miss Hope Star- chain of nature, and how it stands
her faith in Christ. Her lover Dr. C. E. Enlow, Morton Jones, Mrs. buck. human body, are shown to be trans- Goo Gulf Gasoline '

: and her father urge her to retract, H. Parry, Mrs. J. H. Wendler, Pat Best loaf chocolate cake, Miss Mary parent to ether waves. Methods of related to the :profoundest as well as

but in vain, and she dies with the Johnson, G. C. Keller, Fish & Fish. Holt. tuning wireless instruments, and finding the simplest things of life, the suns
Specials offered by G. E. Conkeywere Best beaten biscuit, Miss A. Kim- and worlds in the heavens and the
words of rapture on her lips: won by Dr. C. E. Enlow, E. H. brough. i the key note of numerous objects table.

"The Christ, the Christ, commandsme Walker, R. D. Waring, Wm. Edwards, Best kumquat preserves, Miss Kena I are illustrated. Electrical and candle burning on our

to Morton Jones, W. L. Coryell, W. K. Fries. other experiments are performed. All

_ His home! Jesus, Redeemer, Lord I Post.Specials offered Nabob Farm Products Exhibited With Domestic of which have made this lecture unceasingly PUBLIC NOTICE P. G. WALTON Agt
by Remedy Science DepartmentBest both in America Parties having extra rooms to rent, ,
come! company were won by C. F. Ward, W. extracted honey, Prof. E.. G. popular
I come! I come!" L. Coryell, Rose Poultry Yards. Baldwin, DeLand. and Europe. and those wanting rooms, call or
Specials offered by Hancock Ocu- Best home made vinegar, Mrs. S. Radium and Its MysteriesThe phone 398, and the same will be given PHONES 450269HIIIIIIHIMIIIIIHIHli
lum company were won by Wm. Ed- Belch. fair
attention without charge during
told that play most wonderful element ever
If people were
some wards, superintendent, Rose Poultry Best grape wine, Mrs. J. E. Farris. Chadwick's Real Estate Exchange
: ing golf was work, they would immediately Yards, C. F. Ward, W. L Coryell, Best orange wine, Mrs. C. W. Ja discovere Nothing so marvelous week. .
quit the game. E. A. Young, Dr. C. E. Enlow. cocks. in the history of the world. The wiz- 19 West Church street. 19-2t .- -_ .
: Specials offered by the R. I. Red
ard element A red hot stove with
Club of America were won by Rose I Subscribe for the Sentinel Subscribe for The Daily SentineLH'r
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