Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00336
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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 21, 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: VID00336
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
lccn - sn 96027193
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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






.' : I THROUGH b GATES AI- fAIR GROUND N Orlando for High'Third-School Prize in Girl Inter'I'Came j'I'' Tossed About Crowd in-Midair Little Realizedthe Like. Featherbut LIKELY Y I 10 CAUSE A E SERIOUS f I TROUBLE

County Contest Danger
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DR. UK TALKS Of BETTER ,The spelling bee held in the high Aviator Walter E. Johnson had a WM. SMITH DEAD !
OSCEOLA DAY EXERCISES: school ,building yesterday morningwas frenzied drive against the strong AfffR[ ILLNESS PEOPLE IN EL PASO ARE;

t BROUGH OUT OF TOWN BABIES AT fAIR GROUNDS attended by a crowd of visitors J gusts of wind that frolicked about 'a OF SEVERAL[ [ WEEKS[ STIRRED OVER IT AND

VISITORS from Osceola, Seminole and Volusia I thousand feet above the earth yes- CALL MEETING

counties, as well as by many terday, and the crowd on the fair

Lectures Mothers on, Importance of dents of Orange, and long resi-I grounds with craned necks to see how Was One of Orlando's Most Promi- -

the Movement Representedin eleven o'clock the auditorium was he fared failed to realize the great nent Citizens and Sixteen Years

SENDS S [ E[ OF f ADVANTAGES[ Contest filled. Students were gathered in I danger that he experienced.The Member of City Councilr WHICH H TROOPS REFUSE f 1 TO PERMIT

anxious groups, many taking last, flight was scheduled to take -- ,

Orlando had noted visitor yester- hurried glances into well worn spell- place at 2:30, but because of the high Lacking but a few weeks of being

ROSEATE PICTURES PAINTED day in the person of Dr. Margaret i ers-all eager yet fearful of the com- winds at that time it was postponedwith fifty-nine years old, William Smith, THOUGHT THAT GREAT BRITAIN

BY REPRESENTATIVES OF Vaupel Clark, of Waterloo, Iowa,who, ing test. 'I the hope that the wind would one of Orlando's foremost citizens and WILL MAKE DEMANDS ON

OSCEOLA AT GRAND STAND with Mrs t Watts, originated "Better Supt. McKinnon subside. Instead of growing milder, largest tax payers, died yesterday

Babies" contests. Dr. Clark is spend rules governing the contest, and introduced however, the velocity of the wind increased afternoon at 5:45 o'clock at his homeon UNITED STATES TO GET

IN SPLENDID SPEECHES i ing the winter in Florida, and .came Dr. Henry W. Ballantine and at 4 o'clock the aviator West Central avenue of arterial REDRESS

from Eustis yesterday especially to of East Orange, N. J., and Dr. Frank began to realize that if he didn't sclerosis. 1
Today is the last day of the fair, be present at the Civic League "Bet- be unableto Mr. Smith retired from Special to the Sentinel
Parker, of South Hamilton, Mass., ,make the flight he might Though
El Paso Tex. Feb.
and after four o'clock this afternoonthe 20.There'smuch
ter Babies" contest held at the fair. who gave out the words to the many perform at all. He was determinedthat active business about a year ago on
exhibitors will begin taking their excitement here tonight over
Dr. Clark is a most interesting woman contestants. Dr. Ballantine gave; a the crowd shouldn' tbe disap- account of impaired health, he appeared -
the killing of the Englishman W. S.
displays down and removing them.
and one of much personal mag- five minutes talk, mentioning the necessity pointed, and he started.It to be hale and hearty up untila
Benton who is said have
to been
Yesterday's attendance was the put
netism. She and her husband, Dr. of correct spelling, and telling had been arranged between the few weeks ago,' when he took his
largest.. of single day yet. At to death after a military trial at
any George Hardy Clark, are both prac- the contestants to make certain aviator and Manager Harry DeLaney bed. In spite of his confinement he
3:30 in the afternoon count of the Juarez by order of Villa.
a ticing physicians, and together they that they understood the word given I of the Grand theater that a lot of and those about him were hopefuland

automobiles on the grounds was made, spent a, year abroad doing special hos- before attempting to spell it. advertising matter should be thrown the gravity of his illness was A public meeting which was sched-
total of 307. The exhibi uled to take place tonight was stoppedby
pital and clinic work and attending The books, used were the Century from the machine. while circling the scarcely realized, for he had talkedof
tion crowded thatt the police. The officers got windof
buildings were so
child welfare conferences.By Speller, Reed's Word Book and fair grounds, but the wind was so getting up to attend the fair which the

was almost impossible to move request, Dr. Clark addressed the Payne's Common Words Commonly stiff that Johnson didn't dare take Jias been in progress this week. proposed meeting and refusedto
about and at the time the I I grant permission to hold it.
same mothers and the crowd assembled in the Hence the announcement of his death
Misspelled, and the prizes, $15, $10, one hand from the wheel, and
Hundreds of
grand stand and the track side were special deputies have
Exposition Hall yesterday to hear the $5, $3 and $2, were offered by the advertising stunt wasn't pulled off. came as a distinct shock, even to
I been sworn in to the
and the midway filled prevent
jammed was congre-
results of the "Better Babies" con- Orange county board of public in- I But today it will be if the same kind : those who knew of his illness.
gating of people to discuss the affair.It .
and there hundredson II
were scattering test, and her talk was not only interesting struction. of wind doesn't make itself felt. ; The funeral will be held Sunday
walks. The admissionsfor 'I is believed that serious complications
the paid -
but most instructive. It is to There were sixty-four contestants,I 1 I Several times during the flight yes- afternoon at 3 o'clock from the Presbyterian -'
will result from the
the four days has run into the Benton af
be regretted that Dr. Clark did not Kissimmee entering 10; Lockhart, 4; terday the spectators saw the machine church, Rev. Dr. John W.

neighborhood of twenty thousand. have an auditorium in which to speak, Maitland, 1; St. Cloud, 2; Oviedo, 2; dive, but supposed it was done Stagg saying the service. The deceased fair.Benton executed for

Osceola Day ExercisesThe for the constant passing in the gal- Iron Bridge, 2; Fairview, 2; Orlando, by the driver at the wheel :Mr. was a member of several fraternal was alleged
and achievements complicity in a plot to kill Villa.
advantages leries of the rotunda made it almost 14; Oakland, 3;' Winter Park, 4; Pine Johnson testified otherwise upon orders, whose members will at
of Osceola county were told in speeches Benton was a Scotchman and a sub-
impossible for her to be heard, and Castle, 4; Sanford, 2; Zellwood, 2; reaching the ground. He said that tend in a body.
of Great
ject In view of
at the stand
yesterday the main floor was so crowded that DeLand, 12.. i i: the biplane would be attacked by a William Smith was born near Bel- fact that the
morning by eloquent representativesfrom English governmenthas
the babies who were awaiting their The contestants were lined around i! swirl of wind and when it was released fast, Ireland, April 13, 1855. His

that productive and prosperous prizes were completely hedged about, the auditorium, as the rostrum proved! the machine would suddenly mother died when he was an infant never thoroughly approved the
section.In Wilson 'policy of watching and wait-
and through consideration for them too small to accommodate them, and drop for a hundred feet or more. If His father came to the United Statesin
the stand besides the speakers I ing, it is believed that this affair will
Dr. Clark made her address very after the ,match began the spelling it hadn't been for the straps beneathhis 1858 and settled in Ansonia, Con-
were Mesrs. H. H. Dickson, presidentof arouse government to action in
brief. ,Her theme, of course, was proceeded rapidly. The first word arms the machine would have necticut, where the son William grewto
the fair association E. F. making demands on the United Statesto
"better babies, and in opening she missed was 'cypress," and two pu- dropped from under him, he says. manhood. He was educated in the take decisive
mayor; W. H. Reynolds, ex-mayor; spoke of her interest in what was be- schools and learned the tradeof steps in Mexico with-
pils were forced to take seats. Some The velocity of the wind, he said, common
31. 0. Overstreet chairman of the out delay. i
ing done for them at this fair. Dr.
became 'nervous and soon many vacant was about forty miles an hour. It an iron moulder at the Farrel

board of county commissioners, and Clark mentioned the relation of the places appeared in the line whichat was on this account that he didn't foundry in Ansonia. While still a '

H. Edmund Swabey, manager of the Humane, Suffrage, Audubon and first extended almost around the remain in the air as long as usual young man he became the superin- SENATOR'S[ SECRETARY I'SK' [[
Osceola exhibit
Peace societies to the child welfare room. The contest grew more and yesterday. He will make his last tendent of a large iron foundry.

,The exercises were opened with an campaign, speaking of the awakeningof more exciting, and when five students flight today, and from Orlando will September 23, 1885, he married APPOINTMENT TO SEAT
address welcome delivered by Pres-
public interest in race betterment, remained the interest of the listeners go to Eustis, where hjs} exhibitionswill Elizabeth J. Miles, of Ansonia, and
ident Dickson who introduced Hon.C. :
and saying that the women of our in 1886 Mr. and Mrs. Smith to
waxed strong, many speculations be given in a hydroaeroplane.Last came
A. Carson, former state senator land are largely responsible for this John T. Boiffeuillet Announces for
ing made as to who would win first night Mr. Johnson took ticketsat Orlando.Mr. .

from this district. movement. Dr. Clark emphasized the prize., Miss Helen Smith, of the 6. the Grand theater, and met the E. Fr Sperry, Mr. C. E. John- Succession to U. S. Senate
Mr. Carson began his address by From Georgia
that the better babies
point contestsare
t H. S., ranked third, and the other patrons of that popular house. He son and Mr. Smith established the
saying that Orange had long been health tests, not beauty shows, prize winners, Miss Eleanor :Moseley, impressed all with his gentlemanly South Florida Foundry and Machine
t recognized as the mother of counties.In and that the follow-up work by the Special to the SentineLWashington
( first, Mr. Edward Newton, second, demeanor and manly character. John company in 1816. Mr. Smith contin Feb. 20.-John T.
the counties of Osceola and
1887 parents is the most important part of Miss Nellie Calkins, fourth, and :Mr. son is one of the youngest and most ued his connection with .the company Boiffeuillet, for many years promi-
Lake had been created from her ter- the work. I .
Frank Calkins, fifth, were from Kis- successful men in the business. The until about four years ago, when the nent in Georgia polites, and secretaryto
ritory, and last year the county of The science of
new eugenics was
condition of his health demanded his
simmee. flights at Orlando this week have the late Senator A. 0. Bacon, an-
Seminole had been created, also from discussed by the speaker, who explaIned -
retirement from active work. He
been pronounced by those who have nounced here today for the place

Orange. its wonderful possibilities, witnessed many such exhibitions ,to sought to regain his health by visit- made vacant by the senator's death.
Mother How and in mentioning hygiene, Dr. Clark THE KISSIMMEE ORCHESTRAThe
Showing have been the best they, had ever ing several springs and consulted em- He is said to have been chosen froma

Osceola was proud to claim Orangeas paid a pretty tribute to Miss JuliaC. seen. inent specialists. The immediate field of fifty candidates by Governor

her mother, he said, and had attempted Latham, the modern "Hygiea," .or Kissimmee orchestra, composedof cause of his death was a cerebral Slaton, of Georgia, and that the
appointment -
to emulate her example in goddess of health.. fifteen pieces and under the direc- form of multiple sclerosis.Mr. be

all that was good and progressive.The Statistics concerning infant mor- torship of R. DeWitt Brown, fur- THE WEATHER . Smith has been closely connected may-expected, soon.

speaker said that he wished to tality, the importance of instructionto nished excellent music yesterday with the interests and growthof Senator Had Been Separated From

serve notice, however, tHat Osceola mothers, the requisites of parent- afternoon from three to four in the Florida: Fair Saturday and Sun- Orlando. He was elected fire chiefin Wife Many Years

had grown to be a well developedchild' hood, the necessity of planting high I rotunda of the main building. day., 1888 and served in that capacity- Macon, Ga., Feb. 20.-Senator Ba-

and had reached the point of ideals in the minds of children as theme : for several years. He served several con left an estate valued at $200,000, .

maturity where she was beginnig to ns of eventually eliminating un-I, terms as a member of the city coun consisting mostly of property in Ma-

lead the mother in some respects. In. desirable characters in the race, the I cil. His total service of sixteen yearsin
con. He divides it equally betweenhis
any event, he said, would set an example influence of alcohol and tobacco on I PROGRAM Of TflDJY'SPROGRAM fAIR EVENTS that capacity exceeds that of any wife and daughter and a recently

for the mother in certain lines i human beings, and the transmissionof other man in the history of Orlando. deceased daughter's children. How-

of development that the older hereditary diseases were subjects -- He was a Mason and a' Knight Tem- ever, upon the death of the wife and

had not started upon. county. discussed by Dr. Clark, who closed SATURDAY plar. He also was a member of the daughter seventy-five acres in the
Mr. Carson then referred her talk by saying that the new year Knights of Pythias the Odd Fellows
9:30 a. m.-Band concerts, Orange avenue and Church street. heart of the city, known as Bacons-
general development of Florida as of prosperity and enlightenment has 11:00 a. m.-:-Band concerts at the main exposition buildings. and the Elks. Several years ago he field, together with $10,000, will be

having been more rapid than any oth- come, and that "parenthood will some 2:00 p. .-Harness races. requested that he be buried in his uni-
2:30 m.-The last flight of Walter E. Johnson with his Thomas given to the city for a park as a me-
state within the day be regarded as a sacred profession p. form that.
er past twenty years. aeroplane. of a Knight Templar and morial to his two sons who died in

He recited the various revenue pro- ." 3:30 p. .-Special running races. order will,have charge of the funeral 1884. The late senator's magnificent

ducing industries that brought money 4:00 p. m.-Motorcycle race of 5 miles between the riders of exercises. library, consisting of five thousand
into the the figures off the motor dome and the man who does the loop- There
state reeling were five children born to volumes
COUNTY ij AWARDS Will Br MADE the-loop work. It is estimated that the track will goes to his daughter, Mrs.
from memory with ease and effectiveness. of'40' Mr. and Mrs. Smith, three girls and W. B. Sparks. The will
stand a pace seconds to the lap, or a mile ina was offered
He then referred to the cos- minute,and forty seconds. The race will be for a two boys. The boys died in infancy, for probate this afternoon. Althoughthe
mopolitan character, of the popula- I record on half mile trotting track. but the wife of his youth and the senator and Mrs. Bacon had been

tion. Not long ago, at a public meet- 4:30 p. m.-The free act of the loop. daughters, Miss Millie, Miss Edna and I separated for
a quarter
5:00 m.-High dive into tank of water. century,
ing held in Kissimmee he said, it p. Miss Lillian survive him.
Ribbons were awarded yesterdayfor 7:30 p. m.-All the carnival attractions. he refers to her tenderly and gener-

was decided to ascertain the native practically all the individual exhibits 10:30 p. m.-Closing spectacular' act of the diving into the tank. t ,,Mr. Smith had great faith in ,the ously in his will

states of those present. ,The result and it hard First Race-Pacing, Best 3 in 5. Purse $150 progress of Orlando and by judicious
proved that here were representativesfrom was a day for the 1. Tom Riley; bg ________________________________ Wm. Igou investments in real estate amassed
judges. They had many difficult 2. Lawton, bg __________________________________ J. Croissant a MIXED SERVICE ORDERED TO
Alaska and j very state in the, questions to decide. For example, 3. ,Dixie Lou, rm ____________________________ E. H. McNeil fortune out of the increase in values. V. BE DISCONTINUEDThe !
Union, Arizona and sending _______________ Lockhart Orlando the loss of another
except by there was an exhibit of lemons and 4. Little Hal, cg _____________ David mourns -
down stairs to an overflow meet- tangerines in the Volusia 5. Rex Riley, bg _____________________--------G. H. Sprague good citizen. William Smith has railroad
county exhibit has issuedan
ing the outside the Second Race-One Mile Dash. Purse $100 passed but he has written
on of the building his
which the judges said should 1. Ban Starr, cg __________________-______ Dr. D. B. Wienenga away order commanding the SeaboardAir
missing representative was found. have had the first prize, but because 2. Lou Linier, bm _______________________________ W. Pedrick name large in the history of Orlandoand Line to discontinue the mixed

The speaker argued from this diversity 'the display showed a smaller 3. Col Craig, cg _____________________________ R. B Lynch so long as our records last it will, train: service the branch
of population that a great'variety than the rules called quan- 4. Miss Gertrude, bm ___________________________ A. J. Wolf remain. Wildwood on between
tity for it was Mile Dash. Purse $25 and Orlando, and making
of ideas was being put forwardand necessary to pass over it and make 1. Taho,Third bg __Race_____-______________________________ A. A. Fiezl His memory will be ever present,in the; train a passenger train without

utilized in the state's advancement the award elsewhere. There were 2. Minnie, bm _________________________________|A. D. Prescott the hearts of all those who knew him freight cars attached. The order was

This led the speaker to referin many instances involving close 3. Little Tom, bs _________________________ Hugh Partin, Jr. and who with him here had some part issued February 16. The

complimentary terms to the peopleof tions which the ques- 4. Ruby Hill, bm __________________________ M. J. Daetwyler I in the building and establishing of Seaboard
judges had to take was ordered to pay a fine of fifty dollars -
St. Cloud, who came from Results of Yesterday's Races cur city.
many .
time and care in deciding.The for running by a signal on this
states and had been united in an en- awards First race, special, pacing, best 3 in 5, purse $150, won by
will be branch.
county made These
terprising and to date to- Little Hal; Billie Melson, second; Duchess Hall, third. Time orders were issued _
up communityof day. There is great competition be- 2:241-4. Orlando hums, all the time. The after a hearing held in Orlando January -

which all of Osceola was proud. tween the counties, and last night Second race, 2:40 class, trotting, best 3 in 5, purse $150, won city is never idle, never listless, never : 27.New .

Applause from the people of St. the.manager of each exhibit was certain by Lady Lucile; Little Dutch, second; Tony Paw, third Time satisfied to let well enough alone.

., Cloud greeted this utterance.Mr. 2:271-4.
t Carson then told of the devel- that his would get it. Some will Third race, three-fourths mile, running, purse $50, won by She is getting bigger and better every books, the finest stationery,

necessarily' be disappointed. The : Lou Linier; Ban Starr., second; Col. Craig, third. Time. 1:191-2. day, and more and more "The Busy latest music, magazines and daily pa

(Continued on page 8) j dges have a hard task before them. Spot. pers. Curtis & O'Neal, next P. 0. a.

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; IIIIII IIIIIII ; ;;;; " " " " " itiiiiitiiraMitiiMiM MMMMMIMIToday
a' The first exhibit on the left upon
entering is that of the Chattanooga .
ai Plow company, an extended notice of .
* which was given in yesterday's Sentinel '- at

The next booth is filled by the Or-
lando Roofing and Art Metal Works, I MONTGOMERY MOTION
demonstrations being given of the Grand Theatre
metal roofing and other products of PICTURE CO'SThe

this company.R. WE have just received a ship' '
I L. Brown, the upholsterer, has meet of the latest style of a
the next compartment, in which samples South's Finest Picture Theatre ,
of upholstering are displayed, "GAS IRONS"

the materials unworked and the com- Mr, Comely, our conductor has
which we are placing on the market Fun and Ra time arranged a
pleted work in several inviting g
' easy special ragtime program to go with three roaring -
;, chairs. A large mirror in a gilt FOR $3.00 EACH farce comedies. An unparallelled opportunity to hear the latest ragtime
i frame on the back of the wall of the played by a real orchestra.
: booth gives a setting of elegance to They are absolutely guaranteed to be
the place.C. perfectly safe and at the same time inexpensive -
E. Noble, displaying and sell to opertte. They cost only BILL SSJ:R LE-
ing novelties in jewelry, occupies the 1.3 as much to operate as an electric
next space. iron and are much easier to handle.
The Southern Fertilizer company Songland's most artistic singer will also *render ragtime
' GU at the o/f/ ce and see one dcmonstnle4. "
:' and the Beck Lumber company have selections. "HE'S DIFFERENT.

the booth adjoining. The fertilizer
company has .a handsome Display of "HIS SILVER BACHELORHOOD," A Vitagraph drama with a cast
t fruits and vegetables with the names r headed by Norma Talmadge and including Leo DeLaney and Harry Northrup.
of the producers attached to each A gripping story of happiness sacrificed with repentence coming to lots.
with the statement that the products ORNDO WATER[ & LIGHT
grown with the use of fertilizers "MOVIN PICHERS," Selig comedy. Young America in action.
made by this company, an Orlando
concern. < Gas Department GORILLA, Biograph come-
; The lumber company exhibits cabinet dies that are fast and furious.
and scroll work, showing the ex MiittiiiiiiiiMUMmtitMi 11111 11111 11111 III I'.
cellent products turned out from this ---- --
;;;;; -
Orlando $ Children 5c "
enterprise.The Adults lOc
Orlando Auto and
Supply com e
. pany is demonstrating Cadillac and .
charge.Overland 'cars; with J. C. Otey i in Continuous Performance from 3:30: to 10 P. M.littiiiiittiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini.

The Phillips line of window frame .
Y' machinery, made in Orlando and witha ;
fame continent wide, is installed i in
the next space. -- : / / : :: ::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::: :!!!!!!!!}}}::
- The Cartercar, exhibited by S. B.
3 Aultman, of Kissi mee, South Florida Just arrived car load I For Economy and
agent for this machine, is shownin pur-
the next space. This concludesthe FORDS for immediate i WRIGHT chase power of your mon
exhibits on the left side, and turning SEED CO
t here and going back on the right delivery.0 \ roIftk'fX.t ESTATE ey, "Try Wright's" Farm

: side the, the. Cook spectator garage sees, including the displayof two Get yours now. \ Thdts Our Business Florida. and Garden Seeds in
handsome Buick cars. bulk. "Motto"
Next in line are the Fords, displayed I F. G. RUSH, Quantity.
' by Rush & Holbrook, of the Phone 226 and Quality.
4 Orlando
agency. Fresh Eggs doz. Best Creamery Butter .
The Palms Auto company is displaying 2QC 39C lb.
i the Reo and :Maxwell cars. ...v Sweet Milk = tic qt. Ice SOC 100 Ibs., Limes ISC doz.
F. Jos. Rae n, the plumber, is giving Sweet Milk oc pint Fresh Butter Milk toe qt.

} a demonstration of the caloric engine G Individual Package 10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits, "That Present" delivered by Express,

r- operated by hot -air generatedby (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.
a gasoline heater. This
is'' designed for lifting water engine from 340 Acres Good Land; 4P acres under fence; 200 good orange trees; two story house,

r lakes, springs or wells into housesthat barn, best of water, three lakes.. Snap bargain sale. _

t haven't connection with the city .
system. It pumps 150 gallons an :miMMIMIIIIMIIIIIMMMH : ::
hour and attains a pressure of forty 'Y"
't poundS. The engine is sold at a price
t c that almost any householder can afford D K

to pay. In addition to this en ORLANDO BANK & TRUST COMPANY
gine"Mr.Raehn has a display of bathtubs
S and bath room furnishings. A Lead Pencil or Bottle of Ink j jIs

The South Florida Foundry and
Orlando Florida.
' Machine Works is demonstratingFoos a small investment but a large part I ,

gasoline engines, and a number ] of the' writers and depends Condition at the close of business December 31, 1913
comfort efficiency -
products in iron and steel.
"We Make Everything in Iron and on having the right kind. RESOURCES .

x' Steel" is an advertisement this Loans and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . 103080.10
booth which is in the nature of a revelation A hard scratchy pencil. where a soft one Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .* 362.37 '
; to many Orlando people Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26,018.33
I well as visitors, for many there ae]. is demanded, or a thick. ink when only a fluidis Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . .. .. . . 200,946.57

t= who do not know the number and needed, may discourage the worker and Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures . . . .25,974.87LIABILITIES
capacity of Orlando's factories.

Cohoon Bros. are demonstrating ruin the work. We carry all grades colors $656,382.24
' I. H. C. oil engines for irrigating outfits. 1
These aad standard makes of pencils, and can furnish -
x engines sell from $55 to Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000.00Surplus
$2,000, and burn
oil for fuel. Theyare > on demand, the very best possible ink and Undivided Profits . ... . . . . . 35,214.86
simple of operation and cheap, Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
and have attracted much attention I for any kihd of pen work. Tell your pencil 521,167.38i
among the visitors who are interested I
in the question of irrigation and ink troubles to the man behind the counter. $656,382.24Deposits
Jos. Bumby in his hardware boothis I -
giving a display of Jewell stoves on Dec. 31, 1912 . . . . . . . . . $489,971.68
and ranges, and Mr. E. L. Spencer, W. S. BRANCH, Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . . . . . . $521,167.38
from the Detroit stove works,
charge of the display The Je well The Arcade Book and Music Store Increase . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . 31,195.70The

stove represents the best ideas made officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust
' into a cooking stove, and this display [ -! Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and .
3 has been a popular place for the IIIIIIMIIIMMHHIimilll friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement.
lady visitors. The One-O Cedar polish The management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects .
mop is also being displayed here. the conservative, sane and progressive methods employed in
this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and
F SNOW RUINS LARGE HOT HOUSE M Sacrifice rrice strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in health- .
Philadelphia, Feb. 19.-The roof of a ful statements to its patrons.M. .
the largest hot house in
the world, M. SMITH, President
at the plant of the Florex gardens
W. M. DAVIS, Vice-President C. E. NOLAN
at North Wales, Pa., collapsed under Cashier
the weight of tons of snow and many @ .
i of the 70,000 rose stalks in the building : iu::::nun:uiunununnnnunnnuuunnnuuunnunuiiWE :::
are lost. They were worth many
thousands of dollars. Several choice lots for immediate sale. Located just -
The hot house is 750 feet long and
one lot off Magnolia avenue on Concord avenue. Improved AND DO ALL KINDS OF
175 feet wide
covering nearly ,three
acres of ground, with a roof peak with sidewalk and fruit,trees. One of the choicest OPTICAL REPAIRING MILLINERY OPENING POSTPONED
ninety feet high. Fifty thousand .
panes of double thick glass, eac locations in Orlando.- ._.. _. .
h. ,. .,..;.?:" .
hThe ... Wednesday and
by 24 inches, covered the roses. ; :
glass was set in steel frames. The Price
: is Right 4th and 5th

Through a deal which was cons

mated in Pensacola Saturday afternoon DR. L H. RAMSDELL The public cordially invited.
Capt. T. E. Welles became the '
' owner of Palafox wharf, consideredthe OPTOMETRIST

most valuable wharf property in (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins) MISSES HAMILTON WM .
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that city, and all interest in the firmrgest tit Co1nited ORLANDO, FLORIDA
of E. E. Saunders & Co., the la i
red snapper dealers in the UF .' .
States, including the marine railway, W. T. ENTRICAN,
Phone 504 ,
Watkins Block Agents for Barclay Corsets
the glue factory and other property -
owned by this firm. It is understoodthat Offers to Orlando the newest and best

the deal involved a quarter mil- 11111 III lie 11111 11111 II ttllj 1I1II tlHttIIIIIIII.111111 of decorating workmanship trade.in Phone the painting 636. and McCalTs PatternsDISPLAY
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AT SENTINEL FAIRGROUNDS Bassett, Savannah, Ga.; Mrs. M. W lory, Creston, Iowa; :Mrs. A. D. Mallory +}++++***IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"111111111"1" ",JM "."IttiHtHIl
BOOTHMr. Weaver, Ludowici, Ga.; Mrs. N. :M. Batavia, Ills.; Mrs. G. W. Eld- .. , ,., ,, .... .. ., ....' .'. ,.., .,... ,1Here'sY
Cogswell, Clarcona, Fla.; Mrs. Anna redge, Homer, N. Y.; Mrs. M. C.
and"Mrs. C. B. Harrison, Chat- M. Rainey, Fredericktown, Ohio; :Mrs. Woolridge, Memphis, Tenn.; Mr. and
ham, N. J.; Mrs. Geo. M. Swain,, John L. King, Salem, Ohio; Mrs. C. Mrs. J. R. Harris, Southbridge, Mass.;
Jacksonville; G. Harod and wife,, V. Hyland, New York, N. Y.; Stephen Mrs. 0. P. Newton,'Providence, R. I.; ChanceTo
Apopka; W. H. Cassady, Leesburg,, Loskwood, Zelienople, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Trovillion, Winter Park, our
Fla.; Miss Ruth Graham, Lancaster, Mrs. Clark Chase, Bellows Falls, Vt.; Fla.; Mrs. W. C. Watts, peLand,
N. H.; Benj. F. Brown, Boston, Mass.; J. H. Porter, St. Louisville Ohio; M. Fla.; Mrs. S. H. Happersett, city;
Chas. A. Dallas, Auburndale, Fla.; E. Ward, Speers, Pa.; :Mrs. E. W Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Bartlett, New
E. C. Williams, New Harmony.; Way, Glen Ellyn, Ills.; Mrs W. H! Smyrna; Fla.; W. J. Conaly and fam-
J. T. Williams, New Harmony, Ind.; Luther, Glen Ellyn, ills; L. Ewing, ily, Conway, Fla.; P.- L. Abernethy,
{ Mrs. J. T. Williams, New Harmony, Crasey, Ills.; Mrs. W. T. W. Dye, Birmingham, Ala.; C. B. Treadway Get a Spring Suit Made
Ind.; H. E. Swabey, Kissimmee; Mrs. Grantsville. Va.; Mrs. Lola East- Sebring, Fla.; E. G. Dann, Ocoee,
M. N. Vail, South Orange; M. N. Vail, erling, Frederickstown, Ohio; :Margaret Fla.; Mrs. Geo. Dann, Ocoee, Fla.;
N. J.; Mrs. J. M. Blocker, Mt. Ver- Scott, Hamden, Ohio; James Kib- A. W. Wesdale, Ocoee, Fla.; J W. .
non, Ohio; Mrs. Gelia Riley, Arcadia, ier, Lincoln, Del.; Miss: Anna R. Wesdale, Ocoee, Fla.; Wm. Bailey, I -.
Mich.; Mrs. M. E. McPhern, Mans- Westervelt, Newark, N. J.; :Mrs. Jessie '- West Brownsville, Pa.; C. D. Burnett, : Right
field, Ohio; Mr. C. W. Riley, Arcadia,I L. Blair, Oganquit, Me.; D. G. Tennill, Ga.; Miss Rose McLean, '
Mich.; Mrs. C. R. Bill, Jacksonville, Smith, J.nsfield, Ohio; Mrs. D J. Washington. H., Ohio; Miss Car- : ,
Fla.; Mrs. M. E. Storer, Rising Fawn, Smith, Mansfield, Ohio; A. H. Med- rie D. McCoy, Washington C..H. Ohio; '
Ga.; Mrs. T. B: Osteen, Mrs. J. B. bury, Edmeston, N. Y.; E. M. Cooper, Frances Greene Barr, Junction City, :
Johnston, East Liberty, Ohio; Mrs. S. Newcastle, Ind.; Isaac Duzell: Lind- Kan.; Elizabeth McMunn, 305 East ,, Mr. C. A. :Henry
II. Allen, Atkinson, Ills.; J. S. Brack- say, Ont." Can.; Emma E. Cooper Jackson street; Margaret McMunn,
smit, Maitland, F. Grand Police; K. Newcastle, Ind.; Edith E Cooper, Osland. Fla.; E. L. Winn, Farmosa, :
B. Osteen, Osteen, Fla.; ,Wm. Tittle, Newcastle, Ind.; John P. Cooper, Fla.; Mulcah A. Gosage, Newsveta, .
Reading, Mich.; C. E. Brigham, Wau Newcastle, Ind.; M. J. Harris, Wash- Can.; W.' A. Morris, Formosa, Fla.; : Representing our Cincinnati Tailoring House will be here
seon, Ohio; R. L. Palmer, Cleveland, ington Co., Pa.; Miss Anna Sarly, Mrs. W. A. Morris, Formosa, Fla.; .
t 0., president Cuyahoga County Fair; Joplin, Mo.; R. G. Ward, wife nda Miss Houston, Formosa, Fla.; H. M. Thursday Friday and Saturday of this week with '
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Rowling, Green- child, Cincinnati, Ohio; Geo. L. Shinn, Killam, Georgetown, Mass.; Mr. and : ,
viUe, Mich.; A. H. Tarbell, Cleveland New Egypt, N. J.; Louis L. Conduth, Mrs. Peteler, Minneapolis, Minn.; 4
Ohio; Mrs. A. H. Tarbell, Cranford, N. J.; D. Lenox Gabel, John Bolby and wife, Sanford, Fla.; :
Cleveland, Ohio; Arthur S. Tarbell, J[tent.own, N.- J.; J. Lewis Bray, Fred Bolby, Sanford, Fla.; Mrs. A. L. .500 Full Length
Cleveland, Ohio; Mrs. Wm. Bailey, Nobbsville, Ind.; Lois King, Ky.; Hal- Slaughter, Eatonton, Ga.; Mrs. Alice' 4 Samplesof
West Brownsville, Pa.; Mary L. Walker lie King, Ky.; Geo. E. Woodruff and Bagley, Americus, Ga.; Mrs. P. W.
Coal Center, Pa.; Mrs. J. F. Lewis wife, Bayonne, N. J.; D. T. R. Williams Clarke, Newcastle; Mrs. Joseph
West Brownsville, Pa.; Mrs. Geo. J. M. Beyer, D. F. Brozen, Geo. Crew, Omaha, Neb.; F. P. Johnson, I the newest woolens.
W. White, Bellevue, Pa.; Mrs. John W. Vorter, Punxsutawney, Pa.; W. D. Dana, Ind.; Mrs. Grace R. McClel-
Young, Bellevue, Pa.; Clarence H. Gleason, Greenville, Mich.;, Mrs,.J. C. land, Rockwell, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. :
Young, Bellevue, Pa.; Eva L. Young, Foster, Columbus, Ohio;'Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bryan, Montezuma, Iowa; Mr. I Come in and let Mr. Henry take your rieasure A
Bellevue, Pa.; H. R. Ruiz, Tampa, F. E. Maxwell, Eustis, Fla.; Miss and :Mrs. L. W. Davis, Mulliken, I ,
Fla.; George X. Bell, Formosa, Fla.; Sara Long, Delaware, Ohio; Lewis Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. San Thomas, perfect fit and satisfaction guaranteed or need not take
Dorothy Rush, Charleston, W. Va.; Samuel Maxwell, Delaware, Ohio; A. Mulliken, Mich.; W. G. Henshaw, I you
Donald Berry, DeLand, Fla.; Mrs. F. C. Starrbord, Apopka; Mrs. A. C. Seneca, S. D.; Mr. Geo. Dean, Mich- the clothes.
A. Seeber, Waterloo, Wis.; Perle Mc- Starrbird, Apopka; Mrs. Herbert H. Nashville; Mrs. Geo. Dean, Nash- .
Elroy, Orlando, Fla.; Chas. E. Mains, Berry, Yarmouth, Me.;; Mrs. Lella ville-Michigan; Mr. and Mrs. John
Dayton, Ky.; Mrs. E. J. Temple, Miss Hursey, Skowhegan: R. H. Spp rCiancona Reiser.. Columbus.. Ohio: Mr.: andS All Wool Suits $18.00 to $35.00All I
a Ella Weeks, Philadelphia, Pa.; Mrs.: Fla.; Rev. and Mrs. How- Mrs. : H. Burg, Chillicothe, R.'F. D.
Ills.; Mrs. M. M. Clondman, Elgin, ard Van Dyck, Wuku, China; D. JV. No. 2, Ohio; J. W. Pace, Lynchburg, Wool Trousers 5.00 to 10.00
Ills.; Carolyn Clondman, Elgin, Ills.; Cook, Butler, N. J.; Floyd Van Kisk, Va.; Mrs. W. E. Tew, Waverly, N.
Margaret Clondman, Elgin, Ills.; Mrs. Paterson, N. J.; Arthur R. :Merrill, Y.;-Miss M. E. Tew, Waverly, N. Y.;
W. H. Clondman, Elgin, Ills.; H. F. Orlando, Fla.; L. H. Crisler city; Miss Mary Finch, Waverly, N. Y.; Reiiiember the dates Feb. 19 20 and 21 st. .
Mrs. : and Mrs. A. Finch, Waverly, N. ,
Boetcher, city; George Townsend, L H. Crisler, Mrs. J. !I. De Mr.
Coxsackie, N. ..; Mrs. Geo. Townsend, Loach, Mrs. Roy Hollock, Elgin, Ills.: Y.; Mrs. L. A. Wakefield, Homer, N.
Coxsackie, N. .; J. C. Durkee, Wash- Mr. 0. A. Cohoon, Cincinnati, Ohio Y.; Mrs. J. M. Lowry, Montverde, .
ingtonMr.; and and Mrs. Hillman, Mrs. J. Schnaar, city; Mabel A. New: Fla.; Mrs. Geo. Varion, Elsie, Mich.;
Paterson; N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. Steil, ton, Providence, R. I.; Maida L. Stell- Fred A. Niehaw, Holland, Ind.;
Paterson, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. Shor man, Providence, R. I.; Mrs. N. J. Clayton Codringfton, DeLand, Fla.; The
mas D. Brokan, Highstown, N. J.; Brown, Petoskey, :Mich.; :Mrs. Mary C. C. Collier, Oakland, Fla.; Jno. B. Yowell-Duekworth Co.
H. L. Morris, Farmington, W. Va.; Allison'Pittsburg, Pa.; Mrs. :Mary J. *Barr, Mansfield, Ohio; J. H. Cellar, .. ,
Harry Williams, Maitland, Fla.; D. Fickes; Carnegie, Pa.; Dorothy Cecil Sanford'Fla.; C. W. Hole, Ridge-
W. Ranlel, St. Johnsburg, Vt.; Mrs.] Mrs. A. S. Cecil, Indiana; Mrs. Mary farm, Ills.; Walter H. Meyer, Hol-
W. Shannon, Terre ,Haute, Ind.; Mrs. Winter, Cleveland, 0., and Orlando; land, Ind.; Ben Harmeyer, Holland, Orlando's Largest Store
H. L. Moorman, Augusta, Ga.; Mrs. C. H. Ruggles, Mt. Dora, Fla.; Mis; Ind.; Mrs. W. G. Font, Kirksville,
Edna Ludwick, Baltimore; Mrs. C. P. Cecelia Lewis, Owensboro, Ky.; Mrs Mo.; Mrs. Mollie Martin, Marietta,
Smith, Horicon, N. J.; Mr. C. P. J. A. Hollenbeck, Rockford, Ills.; I Ga.; John Gruebele, Bay Ridge; Geo. "Quality Did It"
Smith, Horicon, N. J.; Hubert F. Mrs. G. T. Hull, Orlando; Fla.; Clan 1 MH Mellen, Brookline, Mass.; J. E. .
Holland, Milford, Mass.; Mr. and G. Holmes, Peacham, Vt.; P. G. How- Browning, Williamston, S. C.; Miss
Mrs. J. L Dean, Orlando; Miss Elizabeth ell, Ontario, Can.; Grace Lewis, Al A.: Is!. B. Meetze; C. L.H. Van Buck Horn and, .::1111111111:1{ ; ; y : :! :! : f Mf 11111 f J Jf f J J w : ':: : "/vM.m.ii tiCHADWICK'S
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Dean, Orlando; S. C. Statter- tamnte, Florida; Helen P. Newell, wife, DeWitt, Neb.; 1111. II 111I .'.' ." ,
thwait, Jr., Eagle's Nest, N. C.; Lu- St. Johnsburg, Vt.M.; F. French liar' uette,, -Mich..--- :, T. U. Whiffen, _
cile Saterthwait, Eagle's Nest, N. C.; Richfield Spa, N. Y.; W. H. Goff DeWitt, Neb.; A. Thomas, DeWitt,, SPECIAL SALE I I.IIII"IIIIIII
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Mead, Glens Broadway, Ohio; Jonathan Dunn, St: Neb.;. Earl Morrow, Kissimmee; Al- I.IIII'IIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIII
Falls, N. Y.; R. M. Bennett, Chas F. Cloud, Ohio; Mrs. L. A. Pry, Bur- bert Holland, Abeline, Ohio; Mrs. LASTING 30 DAYS I
Young, Wakefield, Mass.; Mrs. S. gettstown, Pa.; Abraham Pry, Bur- Catherine Simpson, Rockford, Ills.; I
Preston Carpenter, Salem, N. J.; Mrs. gettstown, Pa.; Mrs. A. B. Hatcher, :Mrs. L. B. Fuller, Rockford, Ills.; No. 1-10 acres, 21-2 miles"south Lilliputian Ladies
A. M. Brown, Pine Bush, N. Y.; R. C. Thurmont! Ind.; Wm. M. Woodcock Frances E. Fuller, Rockford, lils.; east of city, on hard road, all improved -
Nelson, Boston, Mass.; Mrs.. C. M. East Wilton, Me.; Mrs. 0. C. Nick- Will Garvin, Sanford, Me.; Alvah 175 budded orange and grape-
See, Lexington, Ky.:; Miss Alma erson, Winthrop, Mass.; :Mrs. 0. C. Garvin, Springvale, Me.; Miss M. F.T. fruit trees; just coming into bearing;; ADAMS
Laubach, South Bethlehem, Pa.; :Miss Nickerson, Winthrop, Mass.; J. H. Haworth, Champaign, Ills.; Mrs. 7-room house the land is of the best. SISTERS
Isch- ;
Lula Zachary, Burlington, N. C.; Ester, Taft; J. H. Gatz, Mou nids- Thiss, Fairbury, Ills.; Wm. B. No. 2-Two 3-acre'young groves inside -
Mrs. J. Allie Wells, Kennebeck ville, W. Va.; H. B. Merritt, Lock wend, Canton, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. of city, nicely situated to divide (36 and 39 Inches
Beach, Me.; Miss Grace M. Sausey, hart, Fla.; R. Daniel, 525 N. Liberty Walter Carter, Sorrento, Fla.; Mrs. into home lots. Tall)
Wells, Me.; John Lowe, Shinnston, street, JacksonTenn.; E. Forrauth, Frank Finzel, Mt. Dora; Mrs. John No. 3-13 acres, 8 acres with Groom -
W. Va.; Ernest Sapp, Shinnerton, W. Minneapolis, Minn.; W. L. Crofts ;iFinzel, Mt Dora; S. W. Barnes, house and 200 bearing grove;; .. -AT .
Va.; Phil Clement, Boston, Mass.; A. Beaver, Pa.; W. E. Webster, South Canaan, Conn.; Mrs. S. W. Barnes, the 5 acres is garden land divided in
J. LaComb, Jassena, N. Y.; M. E. Royalton, Vt.; Mrs. F. Bohlayer, Canaan, Conn.; D. C. Merrill, Hills- lots and recorded.No. .
Whelan, Bolton Md.; T. F., Park, Troy, Pa.; Mary A. Safford; F. J. boro, N. H.; Miss: Addie Smyth, Eng-. acre 4-5 acres east between Amelia
N. Y.; Erskine Smith, Kissimmee; R. Hillsdale, Mich.; W. E. Robards, Bar- land; Geo. T. Walker, Washington.The and Concord avenues, just over city
G. Ward, wife and daughter, Cincin- gersville, Ind., Johnson County; Mrs. limit line;.,a part of it to bearing ORlANDO OPERA HOUSE f 3
Elizabeth Danner Bul- L Y. Bryan, Sanford, Fla. Mrs. M.
nati, Ohio; ; first lecture on woman suffrageever grove and, grapery; a fine 8-room
lock, Steubenville, Ohio; Mrs* Mary C. ,Tolar, Sanford, Fla.; Mrs. B. J. heard in Kissimmee was that house and other buildings. This is a
Welday, Richmond, Ohio; Mrs. Helen Overstreet, Lockhart, Fla.; B. F. Per- rare bargain to get a city home just .
A. Rollins, Orlando; 0. L. Gooden kins, Beverly, N. J.; Ed H. Dalby, delivered a few nights ago by Mrs. over the city line. Give this your at-
and 'wife, Orlando and L. I., N. Y.; Greencastle, Ind.; :Miss G. E. Seely, L. A. Hamilton of Toronto, presidentof tention.No. Tuesday Feb. 24thIn
Frank Haas Jr., Sorrento, Fla.; Geneva, N. Y.:; J. Elwell, Winter the Equal Franchise league. Mrs. 5-40 acres, 20 improved with
Frank Haas, Sr., Sorrento, Fla.; Hen- Garden, Fla.; Mrs. E. L Winn, For resides in Toronto but is 500 choice bearing orange trees, south a novel entertainment of music
Hamilton tab-
ry Haas, Sorrento, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. mosa; Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Ennis, side of lake, near Altamonte Springs; readings,
Jesse ,Allen, Burns, Tenn.; Wm. H. Maitland, Fla.; Mrs. William Stevens, spending the winter in Kissimmee. A fine bungalow of 8 rooms; also 4-room leaux and dialogues.
Hawkins, Philadelphia; Wm. F. Par- Macon, Ga.; Mrs. C. A. Moore, Port- large crowd was present to hear her cottage furnished; beautiful lawn and
ris, Lola, Ky.; 0. H. Parris, Marion, land, Me.; Uriah Seely, Newark, N. talk. I shade; tennis court (cement); the WATCH FOR THEM IN M'CULLOCH'S WINDOW
Ky.; M. A .Densmore, Charlotte, J.; S. H. Wilson, Cleveland, Ohio; B. show place of the South, known as
Mich.; Chas. L. Seltzer and wife, W. Hannum, Philadelphia, Pa.; 0. 0. *r the Foss Grove. On account of the
Milwaukee, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Harlan, Rivercliffe, Pittston, Pa.; FOR SALE death of Mr. Foss, Mrs. Foss can no Prices 15c and 35c. j
Marmon, Detroit, Mich.; Mrs. Grace Mrs. Mary A. Howell, St. Cloud; :Mr. longer attend to the estate. This
Rawling, Stanton, Mich., Route 3, Box S. J. Kinney, Kansas; Mrs. Theo. E. 20 acres located three miles from means sell it. 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111'.1
47; Mrs. John E. Bridgers, Raleigh, Kremer, Ridley Park, Philadelphia, city on proposed brick road; eight No. 6-Several nice homes, close to
N. C.; Master Clay Bridgers, Raleigh, Pa:; Mrs. S. K. Eshleman, Leaman acres bearing grove; two acres Lake Eola, and other parts of the city.
N. C.; Master John Bridgers, Raleigh Place, Pa.; Miss Alice P. Watkins, cleared and ten acres timber; four Also choice lots, close in. MMMMIMMIIillillllllimillilMHIIIf.
N. C.; Mrs. W. A. Zachary, San- Jackson, Miss; Miss Lora E. Norris, room cottage. Price $3,500. If you want to buy for home or investment -
ford, Fla.; Miss Mary Zachary, San- Brockton, Mass.; Mrs. Margaret S. 25 acres four miles from city; ten I am a leader along these
ford; Miss Julia Zachary, Sanford, Peeler, Maitland, Fla.; Mrs. S. J. acres in groVe, four hundred bearing lines. Call or phone and make date reter r n Soiet[ Ladies Minstrel
Fla.; Mrs. Shank, Toronto, Can.; Mr.; Goff, Broadway, Ohio; Frank Hor- orange and two hundred threeyearold for investigations.Open F
Shank, Winter Park, Fla.; Mrs. Lewis ton, News, Arcadia, Fla.; Mrs. Hor- grapefruit trees; twelve acres evenings. .
Cooley, Geneva, N. Y;; Mr. Lewis ton, News, Arcadia, Fla.; Dwight fruit land and three acres garden 19 W. Church St.-Phone 398
Cooley, Geneva, N. Y; Mrs. Katherine Horton, News, Arcadia, Fla.; Sammie land; cottage and barn, located on TO BE PRESENTED FOR
Johnson, Hoyts Corners, N. Y.; Long, Chuluota, 'Fla.; George Long, lake front. Price $5,000. W. T. ENTRICAN,
Miss Grace McCan, Geneva, N. Y.; Chuluota, Fla.; Miss May Long, Chu- 70 acres choice fruit and vegetableland
Mrs. A. M. Callis, Milan, Mich.; Mrs. luota, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. F. M. ; three and one-half miles from Makes a specialty of painting, paper- CIVIC LEAGUE s
E. H. Coas, Milan, Mich.; Mr. Oscar Strout, Portland, Me.; Mr. and Mrs. city. Price $30 per acre. ing, refinishing floors.furniture, etc.
Coharis, Whitehouse, Ohio; Mrs. H. M. I. O'Brien, Sharon, Pa.; Mr. and Five-room cottage and lot one hun- ,Phone 636. 1.21.1mFor MISS J. PEARLE r
A. Munn, Warren, ,Ark.; A. A. Fiezl, Mrs. L. C. Leonardy, Daytona, Fla.; dred by four hundred feet; located on By
Orlando; Mrs. A. B. Jamison, Ogdens- Miss Mae Leonardy, Sanford, Fla.; main highway leading out of city; the news, read The SentineL"III'IIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'
burg, N. Y.; Mrs. James N. White- Mrs. Mary Leonardy, Sanford, Fla.; Price $2,000.Five ASSISTED BY
head and daughter, New Harmony, Mr. C. Leonardy, Sanford, Fla.; Mrs.J. acres of bearing orange grove,
Ind.; Wm. chill, Marysville, Ohio; F. T. Walker, Canton Ohio; Mr. well located. Price $2,000.
J. B. Johnston and wife, Atkinson, J. F. T. Walker, Canton, Ohio; Mr. 140 acres overlooking a beautiful Society Ladies M
Ills.; S. Dowdl, Topeka, Ind.; James and Mrs. Don Fullam, Springfield, lake, one and one-fourth miles from Fifty MP
Hyland, New York, N. Y.; Mrs. R., C. Vt.; G. B. Lawson, Kissimmee, Fla.; railroad station and packing house; ForSa1eModern !
Kellogg, R. A. Kellogg, Clarcona, Dick Lawson, Kissimmee; Mrs. G. B. 20 acres bearing orange grove con-
Fla.; Bernard McPartland, Connells- Lawson, Kissimmee; Bessie Lawson, taining fourteen hundred trees. The Friday February 27thiiiitinHinniiiiiiniiitHiiiimmiinnmiim
ville, Pa:; Mrs. H. :M. Cates, Anderson Kissimmee; Mrs. Geo. E. Gray White- remaining land is high grade fruit I ,
Ind.; G. N. Biggs, Huntingdon, field, New Hampshire; E. N. Anderson and garden soil. Price $12,000.
W. Va.; J. D. Biggs and wife, Greenup Columbia, S. C.; Mr. and Mrs.G. 2,000 acres choice fruit land, well I 8-room i iI
Ky.; Mrs. Allie Jennings, Casso- F. Rogers, Clarksburg, W. Va.; located. Can be had at a bargain.J. .
I poVs, Mich.; William Crane Gray, Mr. J. Cloyer, Atchison, Kan.; 0. A. E. CRAWFORD, I House 2 doors : '
Bishop, city; Mrs. Wm. C. Gray, city; Maxum, Paris, Me.; S. P. Rhoades, Office Over Blue Drug Store, iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiThe
Mrs. E. G. Rogers, 'Chester, N. Y.; Pleasanton, Kan.; Mrs. 0. A. Maxim, 117 South Orange Ave. Phone 404, i west of Wyom- ::
Mamie S. Barr, Greenville, S. C.; An- Paris, Me.; Fannie M. Benson, In- Orlando, Florida.
nie L. Barr, Greenville, S. C.; LauraI. dianapolis, Ind.; Mrs. M. H. Mowen, 2-20-tf | ing Hotel. Bargain. I Altamonte
Jamieson, Ogdensburg, N. Y.; Rose, Annauan, Ills.; E. T. Hastings,/St. I
A. Baker, Columbus, Ohio; J. H. Cloud, Fla.; Mrs. E. T. Hastings, St. Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em
Washburn, Sardinia, Ohio; Mrs. A. H. Cloud, Fla.; Allen T. Rawley, Nash- Court street 12-5-tf ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, FLORIDA. ; ;
Darrow, Chicago; Mrs. Philip ville, Mich.; John W. Slater, Winter on I
Schwartz and son, Latham; Henry Park, Fla.;, Mrs. W. Kpckesdorfer, 1 BP H l A beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlando'or A. C. L I
Row, Detroit, Mich.; Miss Frances E. Pittsburg, Pa.; Mrs. M.: C. Bandy, Ladies' hair dressing, massage, I R.R.) Come out and getthe best dinner served in Interior -
Gregory, Geneva, N. Y.; Mrs. D. S. Kissimmee, Fla.;'Melvin Rice, Colum- shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber A. L. Bentley, :: Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the >
Decken, Pine Bush, N. Y.; John Rich- bus, Mo.; Geo. 0. Dean, Nashville, Shop. l-2-tf most beautiful and healthful location in Florida, on *
ardson, Akron and Todi, Ohio; JosieD. Mich.; T. M. Byars, Editor News, | 10 L AMELIA AVENUEIIMIMIHtlMlimMIIII: between two 'lakes '
high ridge lovely 40 in
O'Neal, Belpre, Ohio; Mr. E. R. Apopka; W. L. Pannell, Apopka; B. acres parks.
O'Neal, Belpre, Ohio; Mrs :M. J. H. Larvo, Toundsend, Mass.; Mrs., WOOD, COAL AND ICE Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc. <
Sweet, Topeka, Ind.; Mrs E. H. Catherine J. Tennilleger, Parkesburg, Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's Hotel has 500feet broad piazza. All modeen improveI I
Khackleford, Richmond, Va.; MissAra Pa.; M. D. Tyler, Sevelle, Ohio; Mrs.E. Coal Yard 566. 9-31-tf ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests. '
F. Braden, Charleroi, Pa.; Mrs. M. Burt, Frewsbury, N. Y.; Mrs.C. Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet. ! A
Wi Barr, Mansfield, Ohio; John B. H. Nelson, Taft; Mrs. Helen Che- Dr. BucKmaster
Mansfield, Ohio; C. G. Hough, neworth, Ohio; C. H. Wamble, Apopka IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDRSWM.
taula, Ohio; Mrs. C. G. Hough, ; Mrs. George H. Foster, Cleveland,
Ma, Ohio; N. H. Lee, GlensY. Ohio; S. B. Vaughn, Brigby, North HARPER Osteopathic Physician GEO. E. BATES & SON, Proprietors :
.; Ruth Worsham, Coving- Dakota; E. L. Morrison, Sevelle, Fla.; .
MHatabel Hyer, city; MarBre L T. Davis, Westview, W. Va.; B. M. (JOSEPHINE HARPEROSTEOPATHS 132 Orange Avenue (Summer Resort"The Grand' Mount Vernon, N. H.
New Bloomfield, Pa.; Sims, Ocala; W. E. Carpenter, Tunk- illtilllllllMHUIItllMltlllMIIIMillllMIIIIMliEverybody
K. Hyer, city; WalterWFla. hannak, Pa.; D. B. Hull, St. Cloud; Bank
door to People's
: .; Z. T. Righter and Mrs. D. B. Hull, St. Cloud; Mr. and Oldest Established Practice In Next ,
A, W. Va.; D. W. CarLPa Mrs. John Dunkin, N. Y. state; Mr. Orlando up-stairs. Acute and chronic
.; Wm. H. Vin- and Mrs. Frank T. Harrington, Clev- 19 W. Church Street, Up-Stairs diseases treated.Telephone .
s, Ind.; Mrs. H. erdale, N. J.; W. J. Parsons and wife, Confutation Examination *
nd,. Fla.; Mr. H. Harrisburg, Pa.; W. A. Hunt, Free 578. Reading it
l, Fla.; Mrs. W. S. Youngstown, Ohio; Josephine )Ialc. -

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( W. S. Branch) Be cle; besides the interlocutor. This
Pretentious Affair
South Florida SentinelMORNING If you went to church last Sunday -Coming minstrel circle'will furnish the fun and
27th Under
February Direction of
AND WEEKLY and had a comfortable feeling aboutit Pearle' the musical! numbers for the audience
Miss J. Rogers, for Benefitof
JOSIAH FERRIS. Editor aDd Owner. all the rest of the day, go again Civic League. ably assisted by the lady chorus. All Dickson-Ives Co1

next Sunday and in time, if you con- the latest popular rag songs and pop-
} Entered at the poetoffjce at Orlando Florida The Peter Pan Society Ladies' Min
u Second Class Mail Matter. tinue the practice, it will get to be a ular ballads and comic opera selec-
k strels is now beginning to be the
TO ADVERTISERS habit that will help you live happierand tions and dances will be introduced,
town topic. A local production whichcan
uplift your l life and aspirations. and the minstrel first part promisesto
Copy for duplay and all other hand-Kt furnish fifty handsome leadingand
advertising matt be handed in at the business * be a great musical program besides .
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. Clark talented ladies promises to be a artistic full DEPARTMENTAL
Champ President Wilson being a arrangement
says very [ [ STOREOrlando's
the day before publication. This rule applies pretentious affair. The caste
to changes for contract advertising; it ii knows more about the Mexican situa- very of comedy from rise to fall of curtain. J
invariable will be has been carefully selected
and strictly adhered to. very by
tion than.any other man in the coun- The olio consists of polite vaudeville
the able committee of the Civic
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: try, but it is not expected that he will and all these numbers will be new and
League and all the best soloists and
One Year ......................$5.00 undertake to convince Mr. Hearst to given entirely by ladies.
musicians and talented ladies Favorite
Six Months ................... 2.50 that effect. Life's too short for the com- Miss J. Pearle Rogers, who is now s. Shopping
the caste. Peter Pan Minstrelsis
a Three Months ......:.......... 1.25 job.-Norfolk Virginian-Pilot. prise : in the city, has her rehearsals every
high class production and the
In Advance. We will wager that Champ Clark a day, and she compliments the ladies

"I will not admit what is probably a repretoire' is new, snappy and right highly as they daily progress and
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1914. to date. There will be eight black
fact ,that about three-quarters of the promises the amusement loving publica
-- face end men, six ballet singers who
information Mr. Wilson has on' the fine rendition here of Peter Pan.
Take a last look at the fair today;
Mexican situation he has learned
no more until next
year. from his "peerless" secretary of state, HlltllttHiliMlimtMIIIIIIMMIillillMMMMtlCash :
o i During the week we intend -
and we will,wager more that the astute 1
Haven't worried much about i it
: Nebraskan would not,wish to ad-
: Loan extraordi-
during fair week, but it is well for to on to offer some
mit what is another probable fact,
to know that the district
you regis-
that the larger part of his knowledge nary inducements, which we
jtration books close at the end of
next week. of the knotty question has been largely City 'Property shall put on sale from 7 a: m.
gathered from'one John Lind the .
o Silent, a Northwestern Scandinavian. to 12 o'clock noon. The care-
s. Three of the speakers who had * *

been announced on the Osceola day ful housewife, the thrifty
When first read the headlineswe
we .
program failed to arrive. Neither Real Estate and sold mother the
.1'' were very sorry for that New discriminating
Governor Trammell, Capt. R. E. Rose
York man who was swindled out of
nor General John McElroy was buyer cannot fail to take ad-
pres for cash
ten thousand dollars, and the Michigan or on commission.
ent, but the day was a
how. any 'man who was touched for four vantage ol the splendid price

thousand plunks in busy Jacksonville.But .reductions.
after reading the particulars It
Rev. S Baring-Gould, author of the .

famous hymn, "Onward Christian Sol became they evident were that winning they'a both bet on supposed a- Dr. A. J. TAYLOR J : Here's some for a start: t t

f diers," is still alive and hearty. .
horse race by which,they would swindle -
He is 80 years of age and is a citiZen Rock Building, Upstairs.iiiiMHIIillltltitMmtiMMMIMMIilMlilMMIM. :
some other fellow out of the same .
of England. Like John Howard I' A. M. SPECIALSFancy
amounts. Therefore, Mr. Warner ofNew .
E Payne, he will live in history for
--- .
York, and Mr. Peterlein, of
4 that one short hymn,' even if he Grand Rapid| you will have to get IMItillMttlillttliillltttltMIMMIIItlllllllHilll' : Colored Lawns and
has no other claim to fame.
:> ajong without even our sympathy, not Batists. handsome new de-
to mention our assistance in running
William Chase Temple, of Winter I down the two men who were sharper An Accident signs, colorings and effects.
r Park and Orlando, is king pin of the
than yourselves. f4 Bought to sell at 15 and 2oc
Gasparilla carnival, being chairman *
of the, committee. He will respondto The weather bureau states that Our A. M. Price tOe
is yd
the Mayor address,McKay.of welcome deliveredby most of the bad weather originates likely to occur to anyone

outside of this country We wish to
r, add that all of the bad weather in at any time. The 2000 yards Laces, Cluny,
t Upon,the eve of the Gasparilla festival :
Florida originates outside of the, Torchon, Battenburg, Valen-
l which begins in, Tampa today

the Times comes out with a handsome state. * < cost is not much. ciennes, etc., etc., Edges and

=' thirty-two page paper quite'as a mat- Insertions--all widths, Bought
The United States has about 5 percent

ter parade of course of the and enterprise without any exhibited.The great. of the population of the world Better see me.HtMimiMiiiitiiiitmiiiiMiimmiMMiimiiM. to sell up 650 yard '

and has 69 per cent of the telephones I

Times is a great .paper, and we in the world, leading all other nationsin Our A.M. Price 121.2eYARDSPlain '
are all proud of it. I
this particular. The number of s. Y. wAmHI.IIHitHtHHiiIiiIiIiIIiSiIIftIttS:-
4 0 calls
made in this ,country last year
; Kissimmee did herself in the and
.; reached the unthinkable number of J 500
spelling contest, taking four out of 13,229,900,000. No wonder we haveto Striped Ratines,
five prizes, and capturing the head I .
wait three or' four seconds for Stiped Casvas Cloths, Polo

F prize. This reminds us that Miss Central once in a month or two. Serges, Flaxons, Striped
Jean Thomas, of Kissimmee, won the
Voiles Ramie Linen '
etc., etc.
M; state championship medal for {
in Tallahassee three TANGO TEA AT COUNTRY CLUB I A. Y. FULLER R. L. FOX : Bought to sell up to soc yd
years ago. The :
The young ladies of the younger

k* r young St. Cloud lady school is now All a teacher of which in goes the set tlemen gave friends a tango last tea evening for their at gen-the :: THE PALMS AUTO CO Our A. M. Price 15c

s to show that it doesn't do to
go up Country Club. The ladies called for I
against Kissimmee if don't v .
you wantto their escorts in their motor cars and : REO MOTOR CARS
be spelled down. Silk Crepe de Chine
conveyed them to the club, where the :

; t o tea was served from' a long table : For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a ', I
traffic policemen at the intersection ( )
spread on the veranda. There were ,
: .
e of Church street and Orange full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good force ) ; .
thirty-five couples present, and they
avenue yesterday and day before was enjoyed the dance until eleven o'clock. : Beautifully soft and semisheer
c a wise and helpful arrangement. It of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely ; ; -
) Miss Mary Scruggs' orchestra fur- :
in of .
might not be a bad plan if one of the nished the music.COUNTRY guaranteed. dainty colorings
officers would occasionally go and dis Pink, Sky, Rose, Cerise, New .

b perse the crowd of people who stop CLUB NOTES Blue and Dolly Varden ef-
i and have a visit on the walk exactly
There will be a flag contest held
in front of the postoffice. With the ._ fects. Bought to sell at
at the Country Club Saturday and THE PALMS AUTO CO
S present congested condition of space, all players are urged to participate.Each 75: yd
no one should stop there except for .
i the one errand of getting mail. contestant is given a handicapand FULLER & FOX, Proprietors. OnrA.M. Price 39c

o the greens committee hope for ., .
one of the most successful events of
>, The times are changing rapidly; in the MiiiMMIIMmilimiliMMItlimillMIMIIIillor

t'a fact.. its. a motion.. picture. reeling- '- raplOIY SILK RATINES
to something which isn't quite

definite, but it's coming; watch out ,
for it. It hasn't been many years 36 inches wide
;2 since the time that a young woman 'J In the new Dolly VardenI.l +

clad in a basket ball costume would ,
have been regarded with horrified ,' f effects on ground colorings

c shivers by the matrons of that period. ,J k... ,. :' of Navy ,and Kings Blue'

Now they not only dress in such style (, -, : Tan and Brown. Bought to

but have their : sell
actually pictures takenin at $1.25.
them and said pictures are printedfor .: I : >rare > PIECES : I ;.

all the world to, gaze upon. : Our A. M. Price 89c

't Whither are we speeding? ... f'.: t so uselul when it comes to setting the table at- I

y, I o tractlvely.Ve can offer you innumerable suggestions : (No phone or mail orders

There are some generous men and '. in _, : on these.)
women who have worked for their I

respective counties, harder and more :, Beautiful Cut Glass rI

conscientiously than they work for ). :; i Our Milline and ea f.to.Wears'

themselves, in making the fair a suc ; that will give your table an air of elegance and refinement S SAre

: cess. It is good that such people ex- r r',. and add prestige to your reputation as a I

ist, for so much depends upon them. hostess. : already proving emi-

They seldom reap profit from their Every housekeeper knows the value of : nently attractive. visit
j work, but ,give it for the general I : spotless Pay a

good. We are somewhat dubious 4 linen gleaming silver sparkling cut glass. Dainty .. : to our parlors. 'Tis an education -'

about the rewards and punishments .. ,:. ; service is oi greater importance than good cooking. in itself.
} of the hereafter, but there is no doubt

that such folks have a rich reward .

:s due them somewhere. Here's hoping Mail Order

? that they get it. o ,e :''... <, ,' y-. ur r fleparlifieni e

The Ocala Banner tartly observesin Is a great help to our out of town customers
comment the ,
upon of drink
make use of it whenever you can. Samples on infor-
which has been raised in the Alabama
: senatorial race between Hobson and w mation cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.

Uunderwood: "It would be a public Write for one ot our illustrated mail order cata-

r f derwood calamity defeated to have such merely a man because as Un-this T. .Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE logues. We invite comparison values.ORLANDO'S .

fly-up-the-creek has no appetite for FAVORITESHOPPING PLA<

'. red liquor." Upon which the furthers ..

comment may be made that the ab- POSTOFFICE

sence of said appetite is about the Orange Ave1.

only virtue that some men can assert

t claim to, and they make as much of EXPERT REPAIRING AND ,ENGRAVING

it as possible and always to the disparagement -

E ,of their fellows. t .

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Eating Pure Candy is More Than a : r
_ WI : _

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

i I Admission 5 cents I IDGllDQD
course, hundreds of people all over the coun- Gi i
(JDGllDQD GDG New Shirts
try eat Candy just because they like Candy just to

satisfy that desire for something sweet--and you alI FUNERAL OF MISS MABEL

so have done the same thing many times. SMITH New Neckwear

If we can convince you that pure candy is The funeral of Miss Mabel C,

healthful-is really beneficial from a food stand. Smith took place yesterday afternoon
J from Hand's undertaking parlor, the V Odd Trousers
point, why then you'll realize that your money is well service there and at, the cemetery

spent when you buy Candy from our large assort- being conducted by Dr. J. E. Wray.

The following gentlemen were the '
i ment. Palm Beach S its'v
pall bearers: Mr. Chas. Lord, Mr. .a,

John J. Lee, Mr. John Rowland, Mr. i o .

Chas. Lartigue, Mr. S. P. Shepard.
New Rain CoatsFlorsheim ,' \J


: F /'T.d ,

Sir Knights, you are requested to Shoes '
\ \. .
I \ The home of pure home-made Candies meet at the Asylum of Olivet Com- .

mandery at 2 o'clock p. m., Sunday, in A Very ,

J Orange Avenue full Sir uniform Knight, to William attend Smith.the funeralof Ser- The Stylish and Oxfords Popular I

vice to be from the First Presbyterian -

church. Stiff Hat Soft Hat-


W. R. O'NEAL, Recorder. ... this Spring Looks fine on most !; :
- -
FAIR '! . men-and this store isis
WADE + rf r MASONS somewhat higher in Boys'Knee Pant Suits the
-' s place to get it.
THE TUNER the and narrower ..
(Ocala Banner) T crown
Members of Orlando Lodge No. 69, .
1: ; ORLANDO, FLA, The automobile parade was one of F. & A. M., will meet in the Masonic in the brim A smart style that

f the most, attractive features of the hall at 2 p. m., Sunday, February 22, than the recent hats. takes with men who j
Orlando midwinter fair. We hope to attend the funeral of our* late W

Eiffel Hosiery-ask for it at Board- that we shall be treated to an exhi- brother, William Smith.. Here it is-one of Good Merchandise and want individuality and i

man's "Store of Satisfaction." It bition of the same sort at our next By order of the W. M. the new Stetsons we're distinction.
fair. The former ones still linger in L. S. THORNTON, Secretary. Nothing Else.Orlando's
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Sharpe, of showing Many other
our memory. They were certainlyvery Come Stetson
Tampa, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. beautiful. blocks colors and see our ; ;
J. H. Vick. assortment-if wish !
t * styles-Soft and Stiff. you ,
Mr. A. Katz, one of the leading we will give in
There is on exhibition at the Or- Members of Lodge No. 20, I. 0. 0 expert help ; |
merchants Kissimmee, was a fair Try them on today
lando midwinter fair a radish from F., are requested to meet in their hall .. selecting the one model ;

visitor yesterday.Mrs. I South Apopka weighing thirty at 2 p. m., Sunday, February 22, to you ought to wear.
J. B. Reese and Miss Nannie I pounds. It was grown by Mr. J. W attend the funeral of their departed

Reese, of Kissimmee, were visitors Jones and he says that he grows 'em brother, William Smith.J. .

to the fair yesterday. family 'size-less trouble. H. CLARK, Noble Grand.

Sheriff.L. H. Ingram and family, of *

Osceola county, spent yesterday seeing We are glad that the Orlandp mid- KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

the sights at the fair. winter fair Was a pronounced success.It .. ..
Dainty neckwear for dainty ladiesat was an ocular demonstration of Welcome Lf_ io. 9, Knights of The. !Toe11ckortA
what can'be in Florida in the Ol o
Boardman's. "Store of. Satisfaction grown Pythias, are Requested to meet in
dead of winter.
." It I their hall at 2 p. m., Sunday, Febru- .
ary 22, to attend the funeral of their \
Dr. W. E. Winn and daughter, Miss
BANKS WILL CLOSE MONDAY.All deceased brother, William Smith.
Grace Winn, of Kissimmee, were .
among the visitors to the fair yester- Largest Store
of the banks will observe

day.Mr. Washington's birthday on Monday, '. THE QUESTION STREETS
E. L. Lesley, chairman of the
February 22, and will not be open for "

Osceola board of county commissioners business on that day. February 20, 1914. Quality Did It. '

was among the visitors to the Editor Daily Sentinel:
fair yesterday. Mr. H. C. Bretney, Florida passenger The rain this morning 'again ren-
dered North Orange avenue almost
Judge T. M. Murphy, of Kissimmee agent of the Louisville & Nash- impassable. Deep ruts were made by till ttlMIIIIIIHIimMMMIIMIIIIIIMIIIIIMIIIIIIi I'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'

was a visitor to view the fair ville railroad, with headquarters in the first few passing vehicles, and by
The judge pronounced it Jacksonville, was among the popular 9:30 o'clock drivers who did not know
yesterday. I either end of
the "combinations" at
transportation men in Orlando LILLIPUTIAN
a large show. yes- that stretch of mud commonly knownas
Ladies' shopping bags at all pricesat terday.Mr. "Crawfish Boulevard," were pretty tIMMIU Hiiiiiiiiiiiiia.
Boardman's' "Store of .Satisfac J. C. Veatch, of the St. Cloud apt to regret any lack of such knowl- These little women present the
edge. When once landed in one of and cleanest -
Tribune, was the visitors to most interesting program
It among
tion. these ruts, there is no escape; and
( the fair yesterday. Mr. Veatch had when two automobiles approach each we have ever seen. Every Cakes! Cakes!
Attorney' L. I). Geiger, of Kissimmee been
charge of the registration booth .at other with one wheel each in the same number on their program
took in the fair yesterday. the Osceola exhibitA rut, as happened this morning, the selected with care and is a gem.
"Great show," said he, "best I've result is inevitable and fraught with They ,excel in histrionic ability and i
new line of ladies' skirts in serge, .
ever,seen here. peril.A personality lends delight -
San Toy, and wool mixtures, all sizes, visitor inquired of the writer if their charming
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Montgomeryand at Boardman's "Store of Satisfac- Orlando kept North Orange avenuein to all their performances. Too We have added a cake depart
Mr. John C. Scates, of West- this condition for the purpose of much can not be said in praise of
; brooke, N. J., are among the guestsat H hindering the approach of an enemy. their work. No society can make a ment and will sell
Mr. and Mrs. William Saunders, of Perhaps he was right in such a con- you any
the Wyoming. these charming
Kissimmee the jecture, but there should be a draw- mistake in amount
of Yadkinsville, among many Fred Sheldon. you want. Try some
Dr. J. M. Phillips, bridge. We are certainly secure froman women.-Rev. ,
N. C., is in Orlando this week pros- visitors from that town who spent invasion from the United Statesor Referring to the Adams Sisters, of the Plain
following Raisin
yesterday in Orlando at the fair. :
but should there
pecting and thinks favorably of locating county, Lilliputian ladies, at the opera house ,
They were delighted with the show not be means provided for access of
in this section. Tuesday night, February 24. Don'tfail Citron Marble Lady Oriental
and reported an enjoyable time. our own scouts into the enemy's terri- ,
Ladies' white tailored waists, also tory? :Must they wade the bog? to see them. 15 and 35 cents.ANDERSONKING
lingerie and voile, at Boardman's Dr. T. M. Rivers and 'family, of However, after profound meditation, Nut, Rich.
Kissimmee, were taking in the fair light has come upon us and we see
"Store of Satisfaction. It the wisdom of the city fathers. There
yesterday. Dr. Rivers was one of the 'Miss Ida Josephine Anderson 'and
and might be deserters. Sanford's brick
Mr. Charles Dann family motored -
fair commissioners for Osceola coun- streets might prove too alluring to Mr. Charles King were married last
up from Kissimmee yesterdayand ty, and he viewed the exhibits with a those of our ranks who enjoy the au night at E:45 at the Baptist parson-
returned last night, after spend- good deal 'of personal pride and sat- tomobile. And this thought makes the ceremony being performedby THE SANITARY GROCERY
ing the day at the fair. isfaction. way for another: Why not fortify by age T. Poulson. Both
moat and drawbridge on the south Rev. Dr. Edward
"Royal Society" package goods and Mrs. B. Beacham, Mrs. Minerva side of the city? Kissimmee pos- young people live in Orlando,,and will CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
flosses, at F. N. Boardman's, the Olive, Mrs. Harry DeLaney, Miss sesses miles of the most beautiful continue to make this their home.

"Store of Satisfaction." It Norma Beacham, and Messrs. L. P. paved her sweet streets small, and voice methinks even now I whis-hear They have a host of friends who wish 200 6 & 8 E Pine Street <

Mrs. M. J. Davis and daughter, Hutton, Harry DeLaney, Jack Abrams pering, 'Come." them a prosperous and happy life.

Miss Isaline, of Florence, S. C., are and Irving Heyl leave this eveningfor Oh, how intricate and mysteriousare

1 guests of Mrs. W. M. Davis at her Green-Cove Springs to attend a the plans and ways of those who. Eat what you want. CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

pretty home on East Church stret. "tango tea" given at that place by head understand our city,and that county the government.We road from Eat all you want .

Mr. and Mrs. Sam S. Griffin gave a Mrs. Olive.A Orlando to Pinecastle, the best one in Take a postscript and forget, itFor
all durggists.
sale by
box party at the races yesterday, limited number of serge dresses, the county, and the only good one l-T-d&w-lyr
having as their guests Mr. and Mrs.C. for ladies, to be sold at cost to close near Orlando, is to be the first paved -
from the proceeds of the county'sbond
A. Carson and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. out, at Boardman's "Store of Satis- issue, while the old marl road LOST-Bumper on Cadillac automo-
Carson, Jr., of Kissimmee. faction." It just north of Orlando is so full of bile. Finder please return to W. .
hard bottomed holes that even a Davis, on the corner of Church
1 Silk Hose-Eiffel brand-35c. pair, Mr. A. H. Brown and son, Mr. Ar- M. 2213tLUTHER
make time it and it streets.
hearse can't on and West
or 3 pairs for $1.00, at F. N. Board- thur Brown, arrived in Orlando yes- Is the innocent cause of.one-half the I Special Bargains
man's, the "Store of Satisfaction." It :terday, coming the entire way in profanity in Orange county.
Mr. their auto from S. D. But, enough. The brain becomes THE FLORISTCut
Joseph Elkington, who owns a Mabray, to
and befuddled when it at-
winter home on Park lake, left yes- Daytona, and thence to Orlando. The tempts to discover the hidden recessesof Flowers ... .
terday for Pennsylvania. Mr. Elkington Messrs. Brown are large* and successful the minds of those who, in a meas-
is a noted lecturer and will soon hotel men and operate at ure, hold our destinies in their hands, ROSES, VIOLETS, l-Four Passenger Cadillac $350

leave on a tour of the world. French Lick Springs and other places. and whom, we trust, are endeavoringto PANSIES, _
place the tax payer's money to the CARNATIONS,
Mrs. F. W. Armstrong, for some They are guests of their old friend, best advantage. i-Five Passenger Hudson $500 t
years a resident here till moving with Mr. Murray ,S. Clarke, at the San POTTED PLANTS

Mr. Armstrong and their four bright Juan. Take repairing to Warman on
These in
children to St. Petersburg, is visiting Lent begins with Ash Wednesday, Court street 12-5-tf cars are good shape, good

friends in town and is gladly welcomed February 25th, and lasts forty days, Good Wood $1,50, tires and ready to run.
: exclusive of Sundays. It is the sea-
Dr. W. M. Phillips arrived in Orlando son commemorative of the wildernesslife Better Wood $2 and $2.25
Chiropodist for both men and wo.
J' yesterday from Bristol, Va., ac- of the Saviour and has taken a and
men. Manicure, pedicire,
companied by his nieces, Mrs. Ree deep hold upon Christendom through scalp massage. Feet a specialty. L.J. Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75 San Juan Garage Co.

Russell and Misses Virginia and Wil- observance during many centuries of F. Mustard, 117 Orange avenue, over
lie Russell They are delighted with ; the ,apostolic church. The Enuncia- Curtis & O'Neal's store. 26lmOSTEOPATHY This won't last long,

Orlando and may become permanent tion win fall on March 25th. March Stock up while you can. All Night Service

winter residents. 29th will be Passion Sunday; April

1 Come in Thursday, Friday or Sat- 5th, Palm Sunday; April 10th, Good t .Orlando Wood Yard C

urday-of this week, and have a special Friday; April 12th, Easter day.. DR. J. C .HOWELL If AJAX TIRES don't cost any more and are guaranteed k

representative of our tailoring Eat what you want. Hours 1012 3-5, and bj appointment 104 W. Pine St. for five thousand miles.
house take your measure for that Eat all you want. No extra charge for house treatment
Take a postscript and forget it B. W. KIRGSLEY, Proprietor
t spring suit. The YowellDuckworthCo. For sale by all druggists. Telephone connections
2-17-lw 1.7d&wlyriiiiiiiiii'i Office cor. Orange and Central Area.

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a five-room house and FOR SALE 1 a'il 1 1 I 1 1 I 1 IIMIIII 1 1 1111 HIIMtm,
one block of Lake Eola.
Room Six hundred acres timber land, and :
Soper; 3, McNeill &
j 2-18-lOt ten acre orange grove, with two miles .
of lake shore, near Winter Garden, 5
FOR SALE I one of the greatest trucking and :
I citrus centers of Florida. The orange -
(Japanese plums), best
jelly and preserves. Phone crop will pay interest on the whole
F orders. Also banana investment. Terms. S. S. Griffin,
your California
rriva :I any size or quantity. Write owner, Orlando, Fla. 2-5 Bungalows
orders to John
:I Place, Orlando. Phone 322.
Location. Lot
e Ratines, Eponges, Crepes,

Cloth, Lawns in the latest colors. : AT A BARGAIN-FOR FURNISHED ROOMS in a new mod- Only one left to sell

4 Home Journal Patterns at : TEX house DAYS and lot; bath sired.ern home Apply, with 14 East kitchenette Amelia,if next de- Four built and sold in less than 3 month's.'

: conveniences; hot and door to Wyoming. 2-19-lt "
and electric lights. House Best values ever offered in Orlando
: new. For price, call at ROOM FOR RENT, in private home;
street. Telephone 364. all conveniences. 311 N. Orange
avenue. Six-room house for rent also. Price $2 750

SC FOR SALE 2-21-tf

DEPARTMENT : modern home; four bed- FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms Inspect.No. 5 today.

bath rooms; gas and elec- in new home, close in electricity, ,
I : ; fruit trees and gas, bath, fireplace in large front An ideal ,all year round home-at a low price.
128 S. .t\ 509 East Central
Orange avenue.
room; hot water. 114 East Jackson
street. 2-21-3t

: ACRES, high, fine round
cut over once; three acres FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom FRED. B. DALE Owner
r . : planted in orange and 1, to persons wishing suburban ,
; lake front and beautiful Accommodations; also 2 acres good i
, a home; one mile and a truck land, close in. Good opportu- :
y \ Ocoee. $800. A.M.: nity for right person. Address' "A," I 306 Anderson Street
Fla. 1-28-tf Sentinel. 9-8tf '
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f We leave thee with regret;
But we'll take thy memory with us, SALENew
For we cannot soon forget See Corner
Notices of Lost,
' Thy well-kept streets with friendly Rent, etc.. for this
shade hoc for three days or
Of stately trees befringed with 25 words or less. ii Two-Story Modern
the advertisements
Lake and Anderson
k moss insertions will be
The lovely palm that in the breeze
Their graceful fern-like branchestoss. FOR II House one block from

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FOR SALE- Streets
Thy beauteous lakes, for sale. In ii Lucerne Circle.
Bright sparkling gems of sapphirehue ply 510 S.

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The silvery clouds that float above FOR SALE OR
Against a sky of loveliest blue. nished or I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Helen Wright Owner
The snow white swans on the water lots for sale. ,

smooth 307 Broadway. Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, FOR RENT-5-room house, partly
Float gently 'round, now far, now SEE H. H. street. 12-5-tf II furnished. See Frank Soper, Room \ t 113 AMERICA STREET
near, in 3, McNeill & Davis Bldg, 2-18-10t iiiiiiimiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
The little wild ducks gaily swim bargain a IIIIIIIIIM1
7 With never a thought of fear. Orange county, HOMESEEKERS FOR RENT-Large attractive room
home on Conway clay in new bungalow. 203 Ridgewoodavenue. niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiHM*
FOR SALE-600 land, at bargain price. 2-4 tf "
* Thy sunsets, Ah! 'such wondrous tints citrus land; 2 Perry, at Water Works. I t
Of amethyst and pink and gold, and Oakland I II FOR RENT-Furnished dwelling, 71 j Real Estate Agents, Investors and HomeseeKersATTENTION
wealth of
Of their splendid beauty I
miles lake with bath and toilet
told." on ; OR, EXCHANGE-For I rooms extra on !
half has been
a ever
p The ever-changing, gorgeous clouds, Orlando, Fla.WANTEDTo. in Orlando or close by,I first floor; 210 Ridgewood avenue. I
have to return nortn. Call to,see me,
cream factory and bakery,I
Seem glorious wonder to if me,Heaven's store. all modern equip-i room 9, :McNeill-Davis building, cor- I offer for $1,900 two-story, six-room cottage, with
very at Melbourne
i ,
gates residence lots in freezer, cement storage I ner Orange avenue and Church street. rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, north
sales of six hun-' Edmund Hugill. 2-21-3t Eola. Lot 40x117. Also
L A. Powell, 200 to eight Close in; near park and Lake
More beautiful can be. or Orlando Realty per week, all sold in town six-room bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special

Thy Sabbaths! 0, such hallowed daysIn and Central. which on Lake is one Michigan of the best; a MISCELLANEOUS heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy base'
cities no ware seldom seen,
We bow in reverence to thy laws for persons having a ment, wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or
' That keep them sweet and clean. Will exchange a in the South. Any LOST-Infant's coat, white poplin, furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery.
Thy churches, crowded to the doors, of 160 acres in can see interior pho- maple leaf collar. Return to this fronts Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These
office and receive reward. 2-21-2t House on
k Need naught of praise from my ing grove not too of this place, by addressing with house between. I
Describe what Orlando, Fla. 2-4-tf lots connect at the comers, rose
poor pen, LOST-Bunch of keys on West Cen- and allow dealer's commission.
whole for $3,808
God help their priests to preach His care offer
FOR SALE tral avenue. Return to L G. Bran-
helprthe ham, agent S. A. L 2-21-lt Open to all.
To souls of men. farm, located near Con-
The South's : all under cultivation. WANTED-An experienced Japanesecook E. N. COY
Adrien, 0 "City Beautiful," potato. Very Public road on two sides. would like position in private I
We leave thee with regret. yields up to 500 corner. Seven acres of family. Inquire at Sentinel office. 307 West St. Norlh.OrlandolllllilllflMHMH
fk. Good-bye to all the pleasures, dorsed by the grapefruit trees, all in 2-15-10t ,
S And the many friends we've met. ment, Washington Well fenced.
fr We wish thee peace, prosperity, time to plant two minutes walk off 'LOST-On Monday, pear shaped locket HUM 11111 11111 11111 Mil
And wherever we may go, P. filled with fruit trees. with four-leaf clover on one side
a We'll speak in praise of the pleasant W. H. Hazlett, 614 N. Or- and wishbone on other side. On
days EASY Orlando, Fla. 2-18-lw Wednesday, probably on fair grounds, NOTICE Warman Repairs and Retire Baby.
We've spent in Orlando. i i cut steel shoe buckle. Reward for return - Carriages on Court street. 12-5-tf
MRS. GEO. E. WOODRUFF. Don't keep to this office. the City
is hereby given
Bayonne, N. Y. that are useless cane syrup, in any Notice 1
Also Georgia seed peanuts WANTED-Ladies to bring those of Orlando, Florida, will on January W. T. ENTRICAN,
you late varieties. Will have combings to us. Don't destroy 1915, pay off with interest to that Painter and interior decorator. New
A big contract has'just thing through a variety of seed corn; also them. We will make what you want. date, bonds numbered 7, 8, 9,10,19 ideas and old ones, too. Phone 636.
a at Palmetto for public improve Surely you have meat in hams, mid- Come and see our stock and examineour and 20, of the City of Orlando seven Expert workmen employed. \
work 'includes new brick pacing, im- chines King's, 47 West Church you haven't the hair we supply it. according to the provisions made for )o j
bicycles, cheap cash grocer. Our stock is genuine. We make ev- redemption in said bonds.
provement to the water plant and a eggs. Derive Yours with thanks, erything to order. Will pay cash for Dated February 11, 1914. Now's the time to subscribe. Every-

y complete new sewerage system. by Sentinel want "The Georgia Man," combings. Nickolas & Nickolas, 305 CARL JANSEN, City Clerk. body's doin it.
2-13-tf. W. E. POWELL. Garland avenue. 2-19-dw-lm 2-12-lm



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Today's Program.

: I Reliance Majestic Thanhouser '
PRICES 25c 50c 75c
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: Afternoon Admission 5e; Night 5 and 10e.I .
Seats on sale Estes Pharmacy, Thursday, Feb. 19.

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shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber Bargain for Some Person SALEA I. .
Railroad Tracks and Bridges Washed Shop. 1-2-tf New house in good repair, paintedand
papered, piazza and one screened.
Away-But One Life Is Five acres in the lot. Young orange MARKETOf

Reported Lost [ Miss Dye, the art teacher at the: and grapefruit grove of 325 trees
19.-South- just coming into bearing. 100 peach New Seven Room
Los Angeles, Cal, Feb. Cathedral school, announces that instruction .
Japanese' persimmon trees,
ern California was flood bound today in her department is open roses and shrubs in front yard. Good House Completely Cleanliness Of Quality
by a downpour that started at mid- to the general public as well as to water. Situated on clay road to Pine
night Tuesday and yielded from Six members of the school Arrange- Castle, near Drennen Station. Also 55
10 acres on the clay road, suitablefor FurnishedRented FRESH AND.SALT MEATS
to eight inches of rain and thirty-two ments may be made for instruction in and.
orange grapefruit trees or
hours ending at 8 a. m. today. art jewelry, including elementarywork
gardening. Any one wanting a Flor- until Nov. ist at FISH AND GAME
Railroad traffic was demof'\ in silver, copper and brass. ida home will do well to call at "Mas-
turned into mill-. sachusetts Villa." Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
The streets were Terms seventy-five cents an hour tf I
races. Storm drains were overtaxedand I A. D. TURNER. $60 per month. .

irrigation canals widened into Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
A fine investment for
any one .

lakes.The storm brought a recurrence f of To the West and NorthwestVIA wanting a home for next sea- and pure. .

flood conditions that attended the son. meanwhile securing a We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
-- everything in the Meat
Railroad Dine
rainfall of a month ago. income
good on the invest-
both sides of Santa Bar-
tracks on
bara were washed out. Bridges were ,

Throughout the citrus belt washouts I

blocked trains.In Dixie Dixie I Price $3750
sections of Los Angeles Limited. Flyer. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITEDLv : E
some Lv Orlando, A. C. L..12:31am 3:13pm I Orlando. ........................ 3:13 pm I II II Self & Co.
streets were under ten feet of water: Ar Jacksonville. A. C. L.... 6:45 am '1:30 pm Ar Jacksonville .............. ...... '1:30 pm I
for brief period. Fire engines were Lv Jacksonville. A. C. L... 9:35 am '8:2Spm Lv Jacksonville A. C. L....!....... 8:15 pm PINE
a Lr Wayeross A. C. L..1l:50am 10.5 pm Lv Waycross, A. C. L. .............10:20 pm Cooper $ AthaGround : STREET
requisitioned to pump out the flooded Ar Macon. G. S. &: F....... 5:13pm 4:15amAr Ar Macon. G. S. & F. .............. 3:46 am
Atlanta. of Ga....... 8:03pm 7 25 am Ar Atlanta. C. of Ga. .............. 7:12 am I i I .
basements of several large buildings. Ar Knoxville L. & N. ............12:19pm Phone No. 80IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
Ar Chattanooga W. & A..12:18am 11:55am Floor
was reported.One : Ar Corbin. L. & N. ................ 3:16 Opp. Postoffice :
One fatality vm
Ar Nashville N. C. & St. L. 4:50 am 4:30 pm Ar Louisville, L. & N. .............. 9:00pmAr :
telegraph company reported Ar St. Louis L C.&: L.&:N. 2:50 pm 7:20 am Indianapolis, Pa. L. ............ 1:50 am Phone No. 311
that seventy-five per cent of its wires Ar Lexington L. &: N. ............ 6:50 pm
useless. Arizona was virtuallycut Ar Hopkinsville L. &: N........... 6:27pm Ar Cmcinanti, L & N. ............. 8:50 pm .
were !JAr Evansville L. & N..... 9:28am 9:2Spm Ar Kalamazoo, G. R. &: I. .........12:20pm
off from communication. Retain-I Ar Terre Haute, C. &: E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am Ar Grand Rapids, G. R. &: L ....... 2:45pm iiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiiii , ,. ., .
ing walls at various, ,points in the,''Ar Chicago, C. & E. L..... 6.50pm 6:50 am Ar Cleveland, Big Four ............. 7:15am I I IIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIW.

foothill region of the orange growing .
section collapsed and sent floods Solid train, composed of section drawing-
swirling through the orchards, in- room sleeping cars, observation compartment Solid train, composed of electric lighted
cars and dining car, between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches
flicting great damage. Chicago, and section, drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and M. SLEMONS
Several houses collapsed in Los Angeles at between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Jacksonville, Louisville and Indianapolis; .

and in many neighborhoods peo- DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
Solid train carrying electric lighted compartment Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between
ple used boats to navigate the streets. observation sleepers and electlic
Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondaysand i
lighted section drawing-room sleepers. First- .
it class coaches and smoking car. Dining car Thursdays of each week. Diaing car
At the annual meeting of t'hQ St. serves meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati. New Goods Arriving 'Daily

Augustine Power Boat club in the .
cers were elected for the ensuing W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent. ,
Atlantic Coast Line
year and preparations begun for: the ,

holding of the greatest, speed boat =

meet ever attempted in Southern

waters. :, We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

Advertisements in the Sentinel are made by Schloss Bros., Baltimore., "King Quality" Shoes.

read by a widespread clienteles whose Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels. -_
well directed purchasing power is unrivalled V

and upon the dependabilityof Pants and Overalls made by'Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflia & Co.rj J

the Daily Sentinel advertising. : OLIVE( Oil & Co. _,-T, ::J..J.l .::.;.__ -.I.__ __ Best place in the city to trade. .



The Olive Oil we sell is guaranteedto ,

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and is made from Selected Olives
Lv Jacksonville Fia. C.L. ity
,A. 9:00 pm .
Lv Waycross, Ga., A. CL.1110
pm 5' grown on the Italian Riviera. This
Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L____ 1:15 am
Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L____ 2:40 am \ is the finest grade of Olive Oil possible FMlii lfif
Ar Americus Ga., C. of Ga.. 3:55 am .
Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga. 6:20 am to produce, therefore highly rec- .nunutttnttttttnnttOI WL o smmmmmmumu
Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga_ 7:30 amr I I
Birmingham, Ala., C. of G a.12:05 p ommended for medicinal and table .

Ar Birmingham,Ala.C.of G.12:05 pm use. iMMMimililHIIIMMMMMI
Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm .I
Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C_______ 9:35 pm .v
Ar Cairo, III, I. C-________11:07 pm : Per Pint, 50 cents.

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

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Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C.____ 7:05 am Per. Gallon, $3.50. ,. .- :,-:,-" .

Ar Centralia, III, I. C.____ 1:38 am .I _.- .'-
Ar :Matoon, III, I. C_______ 3:30 am \" >i i XTater 3z Light' 00.
Ar Champaign, IlL, I. C____ 4:29 am : ', ,
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Ar Kankakee, 111., I. C.---- 6:20 am .11', - .)- -
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Solid Through Trains-Composed of I Electricity a
observation, compartment, drawingroom : ....
section, sleeping cars, and free I Gas "Water Ice

reclining chair cars, between Jacksonville : I I ._ .
and Chicago, and Jacksonville : II

and St. Louis. All meals in dining : _

car. t I i Office:-No.. ,J8 West Central t Aven.re, t ',

For tickets and Pullman car reser- : DeLaney & Abernethy ,

vations, call on ., .
: Telephone No. 6
W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, DRUGGISTS
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opment of Osceola since its creationin

1887, the extent of the land and its ,
fertility, of the assessed valuations, \

and of the number of cattle shipped

TIE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO' from that county during the past VISITORS[ & \ J

\ year, saying that between six and ten \ S .

thousand head of cattle had been _

shipped from Osceola to the ranchesof

the West. He said that a great Am1RidoiiVS.

impetus had been given the cattle ::: '
raising industry, for which their
prai- ,
ries were so admirably adapted, and Lock your valuables in] our Maul = r

stated that a number of the Pole

Angus bulls had been imported and during fiio Fair, w{} will}] cars for ;v _

turned on the ranges for the improvement -

of the breed. The .speakerdidnot thorn for -with
tell his audience that it was the

Carson Cattle company, of which he
v/Hlionl Cl1ar ,
is president, that had purchased these Cn t .

bulls and had sent several head to the

k The Number of Robberiesshows fair for exhibition.In .

concluding his address, Mr. Car- ,

son introduced Mrs. C. S. Cooper, ". L1J apI
how important it is .to place your
who spoke in behalf of St. Cloud. She "ii'
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beyond the reach of theft. I is an accomplished speaker and her : 41 .

:. Our vault gives you the best protection-it is periods were frequently applauded. ;; h
St. Cloud's Progress: ;; PLEASURETO; II ( 1ll

not only Burglar Proof but Fire Proof Mrs. Cooper spoke in part as follows -

: Safe Deposit Boxes for rent $1.00 and up per '''The: Seminole Land and Invest- SERVE r i/JL/ '

year. ment Company of Washington, D. C.,
after the south for suitable
searching -
a ... YOU" r
location for a colony of veter- t tz

ans of the G. A. R. to make their ,
homes away from the long cold win-

i THE STATE BANKOFORLANDOMMIIIIIIMlim ters of the North, decided that of all
the countrywide there was none in all t

Ai ways so favorable as this plantation -_
ground, therefore purchased 3,500 o ),
acres of the surrounding propertyand )
resold it in lots and tracts to KftSifli.f fr y

Northern parties."In .

June of 1909 a party of 42 ,-
came from north of Baltimore to see

what the country was like and I was
one of that party. Our first night

in Florida was spent at, Runnymede,
II a few miles from. St. Cloud.

On the morning after our arrival !' _-I ? '! I I II i l ,MI, i ll, II, ', I UII'. II INhI''11 it IGIL./A I: Irllt'I!,I'I'' '+!I qII. I ,:, ,ililiiNl i I iI, I I I, ,II. It I rill''d I ..? --- '
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several I II II (! ( l h =
rigs from Kissimmee to I I j I II' II p
SHAW AND YANCEY BABIES CONTRIBUTORS TO OSCEOLA came i j trjlll 1l bill! Ililh Ih ll ll Ip + ''I ;!I 1 AI 'i. I'' !' I I' ,'I ,I III ; IrGc I II I ,' + I
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take the land in I I I II I Il I I !' IIII( + I I I IJ'IJ'I'I'' ' I! + +'I!'I II'! ll !l 1! LII I I I l liu jl I I j' I LI I II'I ', ,, I I +I I I I I
us over promised I III L II I +! II II ?' II'I l1 I y % I{ IljlhN ,.
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AWARDED FIRST PRIZES EXHIBIT its wild, uncultivated' state, the surveyors 'I.!. IIII i I NII I j IyI I IIIII I 11, II'I i.I M II I rIII IIq ii I?'I j I IIJI.b I Il III?N?j!''hrl p 111111 IIIIIIII II I 1 i alll ,tlllll II .i i I.I qi I.! J Ip Nlull I f19! o L'ili, I II ..I I I I III I I II. IIIIP. I I, {'Id t

had only just begun their

Orlando's first "Better Babies" con- Monday two cars containing the work upon it. Pines and palmettowere 1

= test, held yesterday, was a great success stuff from Kissimmee and other everywhere, not a house in THE PLACESOF WORSHIP I r- 101 1=
sight except a few dilapidated and '
and Mrs. H. Edwardsand in the
a Gaston points county were sent. One deserted shacks near the old sugar _

her efficient committee deserve of the cars contained live stock and mill. It certainly did look as if it CHURCHIs f
t highest praise for the efficient manner many of the bovines on display were would be a long time before anythinglike THE '

in which it was conducted. The driven on foot by the owners. The a town could be in evidence on the "Strangers' Sabbath Home."

interest in the contest was wide- entries in the live stock departmentwere that wild, uncultivated prairie.I into Its hospitality is cordially extendedto :11't
"On return stepped
our trip as within its doors. If
spread, seventy-seven babies qualifying as follows: one of the drug stores of Kissimmee all who come :
church home here, come j
for the final test, many of whom Carson Cattle .-One Aberdeen a gentleman asked 'Where do you you have no

were from adjoining counties, and the Angus bull calf and ,one Aberdeen all live at?' meaning from what part and be at home with us. The pastor
of the North do you,come, but whenI to as friend ,
will be glad serve you
announcement of the prize winners Angus heifer calf. answered 'We live at St. Cloud he

c by Mrs. Thayer, from the platform in Lesley & Bass-Two two-year-old laughed and said, 'Well, I'm glad yo and minister-please make yourself

the rotunda of Exposition Hall yes- Angus bulls. do.: That was my first welcome to known to him. '
Osceola county. Upon returning to i Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., pas- .
terday afternoon, wag greeted with Henry Bass-One half-bred Here-
New York, I told my husband that it
much applause.Mr. ford bull and one half-bred Durham would be two years before we could tor.Mr. {

: W. R. O'Neal, in behalf of the hope to have a home in such a wil- Samuel A. Newell, superintendent -

t Civic League, thanked all physicians bull.Dr.. W. W. Carson-One registeredfour derness, bift five months later foundus of the Sunday school; Mr. Geo. 'H'
within the borders of this great director of the choir; Mr.
W. Phillips,
s who aided the ladies
in their work, :year old bull named "Arab.
state of Florida, which is destined to
particularly Dr. Porter, who has de- D. G. McKay-One filly colt. be the greatest agricultural and fruit Will S. Branch, organistSunday .

Doled almost his entire time during C. E. Swope-One Welch Shetland producing state in the. Union. school at 9:30 a. m. Our

I the past two! weeks to examining applicants stallion, three Welch Shetland mares "Among the lots of that paper city'0 motto: "All,the church in the" Sun- .
two that had been cleared of more"Public
were day school and as many
and one Welch Shetland sucking colt. the
and ready
trees palmetto worship at 10:45 a. m. and
J The result of the contest is shown Henry Bass One Hampshire ram, erection of our future home. In every If want watch that you'n'
in charge of the pastor. you
7:30 m.,
below, and in addition to the prizes two Hampshire ewes, one Hampshirelamb direction were the tents of pros- p.
"be of
proud a ,
residents. The fall and win- Morning subject, "A Statement can carry
nentioned Master,Shaw will be given one Southdown lamb, one pective
ter of 1909 saw hundreds of Worthy of All Acceptation. I D
a photo of himself by ,Mr. Howard, $ouhtdown ram, and two Southdown : not only veterans, but their sons, Subject for the evening, "Giving U WalthamWatchThe '. .

y and.little. Miss Yancey will be pre ewes, i daughters and grandchildren, men Waltham has teen awarded {
sented with half dozen bushes Ordia 8as8=One two-year-old shorthorn I from all walks in life and from all God a
a rose
at 6:30 highest honors at International -
parts of the United States, settled Young People1 meeting p. every
from Mr. Speer. heifer, three Poll Angus yearling that colony by East Tohopekaliga fora m. Mr. Eugene Reid, president Exposition and has taken

Medal to highest scoring boy, Martin and two sheep. longer or shorter period. Some ; 3 every Gold Medal offered in
meet at m.
rs L. Shaw, Jr. Miss Ruby Ellis-One Scotch collie who had no desire to withstand the Juniors p. America since 1875. '
Medal to highest scoring girl, Mar hardships of pioneer life went to the Prayer and fellowship meeting onn'ednesday
two old named "Rex. "
'' years ]fs Time You Owned a Wolthm.
garet Yancey. older town of Kissimmee. Many were evening.
Cup to highest score, class "A," Pat Johnston-One heifer calf. very skeptical about its ever being a Inspiring music at all services. At- { Don't buy a watch before talking
James B. Slemons. W. I. Barber-One Scotch collie, and returned to their Northern with us. Complete assort
town, tentive ushers. All seats are ment of Waltham atche* la all
Cup to highest score, class "B, registered and named "Prince Ali- homes, OP went to towns already es- grades.
Martin L. Shaw, Jr. I tablished. Welcome!
Cup to highest score, class "C," mo. "The number of people coming to -
Cow Two barrelsof Allen & Co.
I Eloise Viehman. Kissimmee Fish St Cloud increased every year and FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ,
Second highest score, toilet set, fresh water fish. in June of 1911 it was incorporatedunder f
class. "A," Leslie Ahick, DeLeon The only special floral display at a city government Rev. Jno. W. Stapg, pastor. JEWELERS
Springs, Fla. In four years' time we have built Sunday schopl at 9:45 a. m.; W R. ,*
the fair was that exhibited by :Miss ,
Second highest score, spoon, class of which we are justly proud,
city O'Neal superintendentServices Guaranteed.
; "B," Framar Boardman. Jean Caldwell. The display is in the a churches, five hotels, a bank, business and 7:30 m. Everything I
11 p. '
at a. m.
< Second highest score, spoon, "class Osceola room at tte art building ands blocks, occupied by well stocked and Reliable Repairing.IE30E .
"C," Robert Palmer. a Morning sermon, "The Power That
z in charge of Miss Caldwell' herself ice stores and electric light plant,
Seminole county, highest score, cup, size post office, a school with Controls Society."
4 John D .Peters. The flowers were grown by good 200 children and eight teachers, "The Finding of 0 ,,,' ,
Evening sermon, "
Seminole county, second highest her and range in character and varieties factory, three lum-
cannery, syrup "
score, spoon, Rose LaVerne Hurt. from palms, ferns and potted a ber yards, a wood working establish- the Self. S
Third highest score, class "A," toilet cement block factories, Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. I
violets and other cut ment three
Edith flowers, to roses ,
Ayres. Wednesday at 7:30p.
"B The feature of the displayis and a cigar factory. Prayer meeting
Third class flowers.
highest score, manufacture of brooms, baskets -
dress, Margaret Yancey. the beautiful bridal bouquet.Osceola "The beds and number- m. b. .clI
Third highest score, class nCt Journal. brushes articles,useful spring or ornamental are A cordial invitation to visitors and ::: r :
dress, Stanley Bumby carried on by individuals to quite an strangers to worship with us. Seats

FROM MEXICAN WATERS extent. free. :NOTICEIn HiiiiiimiMititmM
DOG SHOW PRIZES CRUISER "We now have 1500 houses, 2500
AT MOBILE permanent residents, with 1500 tourists the Circuit Court of Orange County, State
this winter-repre- UNITARIAN of Florida-In Chancery.
In charge of Seth Woodruff, assist- SentineL in our state in the union. Our Ae. and West St.) Laforest A. Shattuck vs. Anderson
Corner Central .
Special to the senting every ( et aL-Bill for Partition.To
ed by Mrs. E. L Rowland, of DeLan'd.Dr. Mobile, Feb. 20.The scout cruiser people are of the substantial, trust- Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister. Alice Johnson. Savannah Georgia:
B. D. Wienenga, judge. sort, remarkably orderly and You are hereby directed to appear at
and the worthy
Chester from Mexican waters Sabbaths are quiet There will be dedicationof childrenat Court House at Orlando. Orange
r Numerous entries of high class Prairie with law-abiding, our Florida, on the sixth day of April 1914
United States transport free from o'clock followed by sermon on
the nights are 11 ,
and restful, being the first Monday in said
hunting and pet dogs. Owners generally marines of the Second regiment insect pests. Life." of the
800 noise and confusion or "The Undercurrents of April; and you being one

in charge of their own dogs, aboard arrived this afternoon to take "Morning and evening the trains At 10 o'clock Mrs. Reynolds will in It the is cause further above ordered entitled.that this order be .

and very much interested in the part in the Mobile Mardi Gras fes- come in from the north have, bringing heard speak to the children on the Work of lished once in each teak for four :
awards of blue ribbons. Awards were 'more of the people who weeks in the South Florida Sentinel, a
; tivities. The monitor Tonopah, five of the Wonder City and come for the Humane Society.. newspaper printed at said Orlando.
made as follows: boat destroyers then as Witness my hand and the teal of said
submarines and four torpedo rest health or pleasure; On Wednesday'afternoon Unity
S Best Scotch collie "Rex owned comes, at the Court House at Orlando Orange
; by will also participate in the spring and warmer weather how Circle will have an informal' receptionfor ty Florida, this 20th day of February. : ; ,
F Miss Ruby Ellis, Kissimmee. return to tell their friends (Seal) B. M. ROBINSON,
Best pointer dog, "Jim," owned by celebration and the sailors will take Such good it has done them and next visiting friends.CHRISTIAN Clerk Circuit II

R. T. Peel, Orlando. part in the carnival parade. winter will see these, and their
Best English bull dog, "Nutherst,*" here to renew their ALLIANCE NOTICE
owned by Florence H. Shine, Orlando. friends, come pine atmosphere." for Tax Deed Under Fla&f j '
:MRS. BOND REFUSED A NEW in the balmy Of ADheation
Best bull terrier, "Jack,(" owned by youth Fife and Drum Corps Sunday school, 2:30 p. m. of Chapter 4888, Laws of florida
Richard DeMuttelle, Orlando. TRIAL IN GORE CASE St. Cloud Cloud fife Preaching at 3:30 and 7:30 p. m., Notice is hereby given that F. E. }
Best cockerel spaniel, "Sweep," The presence of the St. of Apopka, Fla. purchaser of tax I
composed of G. A. by Rev. A. E. Funk, of New York No. 120, dated the Srd day of June A. I
owned by Mrs. Sanford, Special to the Sentinel and drum corps, 1901, has fried said certificate in my I
Best setter dog "Joe," owned by feature of the for tax deed
f Oklahoma City, Feb. 20.-The attorneys ft. veterans, afforded a city.Ladies' and has made application
a J. H. Mooney, Orlando. yesterday's exer- prayer meeting Wednesdayat issue in accordance with law. Said
Best deer hound, "Butch owned by for Mrs. Minnie Bond, who entertainment of cate embraces the following described
actively on 3p.m. erty, situated in Orange county
J. II. Mooney, Orlando. % recently lost her suit for $50,000 dam- cises. The veterans were wit: East 61-2 acres of south half of
s Best Boston terrier, "Jap, Jr.," ages against Senator Thomas P. Gore, the job many times during the day, Bible study Thursday nightAD half of southeast quarter of northeast
owned by Jas. Laughlin III., Orlando.. with are cordially invited. ter of section 12, township 22 south,
thrills they gave
Best Boston terrier, bitch, "Lady were refused a new trial by the jury and the martial 27 east The said land being assessed at

Betty," owned by Jas. Laughlin III, this afternoon. After five minutes their drums and fifes recalled the I the date name of the of :Miss issuance Claudia of Maguire.each certificate

Orlando. deliberation the jury refused the ap- stirring days of the sixties. I The Tampa Times says brick paring Unless said certificate shall be i
roads of Hillsbor- according to law, tax deed will issue
peal, voting unanimously. of county on the 23rd day of'1uch. A. D. 1914.

There's a. reason why 'you should The boys' band of Jacksonville is ough county is to be started almost Witness my official signature A. D.:and 1914.seal '
of February
cc advertise in the Sentinel And that Shoppers always read the Sentinelfor scheduled for a concert in that city immediately. The contracts, and the(Seal 21t) day B. M. '

reason is-it'produces results. bargains. at an early date. bonds have be approved. Clerk Circuit Court Orange County,

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