Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00337
 Material Information
Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: February 22, 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: VID00337
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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FOR VARIETY AND GENERAL Shortly after five o'clock fr City Engineer G. R. Ramsey has DISPLAYEDAT

EXCELLENCE afternoon Mrs. Sallie R. Sauffley, designed a lamp post for Orlando's WASHINGTON

t of Stanford, Ky., was run down / white way, soon to be established,

After five days of almost ideal an automobile driven by E. W. I/I which he guarantees to be "fool Special to the SentineL

t weather and attendance estimated at roth, on Church street at the proof." Washington, Feb. 21.-Sir Cecil

thirty thousand, the South Florida section of Orange avenue. A drawing of the post was submit- Spring-Rice, the British ambassador,

Midwinter exposition came to a close tIre Lagerroth was driving east ted by the engineer to Street Commissioner is dissatisfied and perplexed over the

yesterday. The cold snap of yester- Church street with the intention : % S. A. Johnson yesterday apparent indifference of the.state department -

was the only circumstance that turning into Orange. He is said I I afternoon, and will be displayed during concerning the killing of :

day detracted from a week of perfect have been driving on the north I the week in one of the show windows Benton, and has demanded a thorough

weather. It was so unpleasant yesterday of the street. The traffic I on Orange avenue for the peopleto inquiry to be followed by such actionas t

that the attendance at the Frank Bozarth, was standing a I see and pass comment upon. The the circumstances may require. }

small, and those who distance from the curb stone near commissioner wants the approval of Counsellor Colville Barclay of the
very I W. R. O'NEAL
races was their seats to see the Hammond & Gore store on the the people before this style of post is embassy has informed the Interna-
jemained in side of the street, according to I Florida Midwinter Exposition Cp., upon whom was I tional News Service that .'
at much adopted, for the property owners will specific instructions -
of these events did so the work in
last organizing and placing before the pub !
The high winds testimony of several witnesses, i have to pay for the installation.Just as to the course to be fol-
personal discomfort. which has just come to a close. Mr. O'Neal : d
was not in the center of the lowed in this matter i
from making what the city engineer means are expected
prevented Walter Johnson to the task, and it is due much to his tact I
usual biplane flight. This where traffic policemen are by "fool proof may ,be better imagined from the British foreign office, by to
his such distinct
was a success.
event was not called off until John- to be stationed. As Mr. : .. I, than described, He says that morrow.
had consulted the fair officials car passed, the officer called to ----- the posts will be cast of white cement The official version of the killing of ,,

son decided that it would be supposedly to draw his attention and will be given a smooth finish. The Benton given out by the state depart-
imprudent to attempt 'a flight. the fact that he was violating posts will be octagon with smooth ment follows:

in the'exhibition buildings traffic rules. The driver of the corners. It will be impossible to chip "Benton went to visit Villa Tues-
The scenes f LEAGUE[
all proclaimed the last day oft turned, and as he did the car. I,I mmmi the corners, or cut them, or carve day last He taxed Villa'with the

the fair. If no one had known it the the woman, and she was dragged I i iI i I names upon them, such as foolish wanton destruction of his orchardsand

fact would have become self-evident fifteen or twenty feet before the of the For-I:! Daughter of Indiana Physician people some times do; and they willbe other property on the Benton

chine was brought to a stop. much than iron ranch. An altercation ensued. Benton
passing through the buildingsin Stock I I Was in Keeping of Kidnapper cheaper posts.A -
any The injured woman was taken ; drew a revolver and Villa ordereda
the afternoon. The exhibits were I! Who Confessed city ordinance provides that the
dismantled;some of them were the office of Dr. W. C. Person, i II I l 1.0 system shall be installed in any block squad present to arrest him."

being and others were be- by, and her injuries were given I I Special to the Sentinel. upon the petition of eighty per cent. This is followed by the statement
given away
being tention Dr. Person and Dr. C. Memphis, Tenn.: Feb. 21.Cather that Villa then ordered
by the
sold at bargain prices. This refers 21.President I i I of the property owners of the block, organiza-

ing of course, to the perishable product Christ of the Chicago line:I Winters, ten years old, daughterof and that the city shall pay for the tion; of a court martial directing that

It would have meant entire She suffered a slight cut on the National : Dr. W. A. Winters, of New Castle, current, the property owners paying the charge be entered "conspiracy to

loss to ship them back, for most of back of the head and several afternoon at a Ind., kidnapped over a year ago and only for the installation of the postS. assassinate," that the court martialwas

them had been in place since the wounds on the limbs and was Charles P.. for whom a nation wide search has only for the installation of the posts. held, Benton found guilty and '
the shock. She unable been maintained ever since, was foundat and the order executed.
from wiring.
of the fair, and were not in was president,
the opening best state of preservation. Many give any account of how the in the Chicago Huntsville, Ark., a village forty It is planned to have seventy-five The declaration that the Mexican

fruits and vegetables were taken occurred. on the part of miles from a railroad in the heart o f posts to a block of six hundred feet policy of "watching and waiting" is a
fine the Ozark mountains, last night. failure was heard in the 3
/.to Orlando homes from the grounds J. L Long, of 606 West said'i his players Commissioner Johnson has canvassed senate today
the The alleged kidnapper, who says the property owners of several of the when Senator Fall presented for read-
and at prices that would .be consid avenue, was a witness to the was ,
his name is George Stewart, sixty, central blocks ing the following telegram from R.
and finds
ered ruinous in the markets. and said: "The accident would against him, them gener-
is in jail at Huntsville, and the chil M. Dudley, of El Paso
have occurred in my opinion if New York a ally in favor of it. There seems a concerningthe
Vice-President Get Prize OrangesThe is in of the death
charge jailer's wife. of Benton.
likelihood that
acted the white will
hadn't been that the policeman upon way
fair association shipped the box Several days ago Stewart and the "Benton murdered Villa
yelling at the man in the car. new head of speedily become a reality in Orland by like a
of which took the first prizeto girl came to Huntsville to make dog. Almost certain Villa
oranges caused the man to turn his head in a few pur after the style of the lamp post i is did it per-
Vice-President Thomas R. Marshall chases and while staying in the towna adopted. sonally. No evidence that Bentonwas
as he did the woman was
The vice-president was invited young lady identified the missing aggressor. Everything fehows
The policeman was not standing
;y S to make an address at the fair, but: his position in the street girl from photographs. Stewart wa TRAIN BANDITS KILL THREE it was cold blooded murder. Your

he declined because of pressing busi proper and Mon arrested and admitted the girl's iden MEN thousands friends out here want hear
the officer had quietly taken the
The sent him were tity and told of the voice in
ness. oranges ber of the car and made a kidnapping. Bellingham, Wash., Feb. 21.-A your senate in our behalf.
p* grown at the Ronnoc grove, near New trail the Watchful waiting failure."
against the owner for violating leading along waterfront to
k! and of the famous In REUBEN HAMLIN DROWNEDSan New
Smyrna, were ee boat the indignation meetings in El
traffic rules the accident would of railroad a landing was clue followed
dian river variety. Thus it is tha Paso against Villa's treatment of
been averted There are a today by posses seeking three bandits
JdrfMarshall will have the opportunity of witnesses who saw it and will re Francisco, Feb. 21.-While' rain who killed three passengers on a Benton also read on floor of the senate -

to set tooth in the finest orange: the same testimony." was threatened again today for storm Great Northern train near here late by Fall.
grown in the state, and this will probably and if his swept southern California, yet it was last night -

.cause that official to feel regretful Mr. J. A. Hudson, who is distracted by I believed. that some estimate could be The bandits boarded the train a t Villa Says Benton Attempted to Kill

t that he didn't visit the fair. at 111 Gore avenue, told ) could not have made of property losses because of I Burlington, a few miles south of here, Him

I' Oaceola County Gets First Prize the r same story. He said that the I flooded sections rapidly being drainec and passed from the smoking car into El Paso, Tex., Feb. 21.-This after-
fic was standing! about six accident Of-
papers today noon the International
r' the Serviced
day white
the best I Ii tying handker
the for
The award of prize from the sidewalk on the south Mr. Lagerroth
where J. C. Rockwell rural
i a mail: chiefs over their faces. One stooon sent a message to Villa at Chihuahua
county exhibit was made about one Church street, and his continued where he was carrier
from Santa Barbara
was asking him to make
the some statement
platform of the
o'clock yesterday afternoon by the driver the day a
the of
ing to car recognizance.
I drowned in
seeking to
his to the
discharge second people of the United States
I stepped just inside and thin
and after the most a
judges, only care the man to become confused, and in Orlando duties. He is survived by eleven chi his
walked the length of the As the concerning execution of Benton.
ful comparisons and eliminations. To while in the middle car.
turned right Ky., Jan dren. The drowning off Santa Bar- robber started to lock the door the The following reply was received to-
Osceola went the $250 for the best the street, and the woman was the New Lu-I bara of Reuben Hamlin, son of a mi!- three night:
men at him. While h
county exhibit. The conclusion was as she started to cross from unaccompanied,j lionaire, increased to five the number sprang e "Replying
shot them down the robber the your message would
at say
reached after computing the points store to the bicycle and made
sey's shop on of fatalities
by storm from Benton
reported killed
ed I other end of the made
car began shootingout
the at-I
r\t Py/p11pnN> Opn1A. uvm.. nnftn opposite side. The accident trouble
-- ------- ------ -- -r-- ---- any that vicinity. The private car of Lord the lights. His tempt against my life. Execution
\ companion then ordered -
great variety and general excellenceof near the east side of Orange while in Or- and Lady Decies ( Vivien
formerly the by counsel war which
ran length of the met Ciu-
the exhibit The competing coun- Mr. Lagerroth's version, of the tub and broke Gould) which was marooned in the he snatchingas dad Juarez. Benton carried .
ran offered pistoL.
ties were Yolusia and Seminole. Orange fair was in line with the stories treatment purses by fright J
town two
days This
: ago, was pulled out ened passengers. The train slowe weapon seized he executed same
was not a competitor for the these witneses. He says that he she was re- but
yesterday advices
t early today reported down in to day council was done with full
response a pull at the bell t
county premium. Volusia made an started his car, a Studebaker 25, sanitarium, and it stalled again not far from
} cord and the three general in chief. Francisco
disappeared. The
excellent exhibit, but it was small in the barber shop on Church late hour in Los Angeles. Villa." :.

comparison with the others, though only a short distance from the recover. She Rain and wind swept over the north victims were Thomas S. Wadsworth,
Vancouver, B. C., Canadian
a Pacifi
awarded many individual prizes. She of the accident "I couldn't have : regained pos central part of the state. At Leland railroad conductor El Paso Citizens Denounce
R. L. Lee Govern
won the first prizes for oranges, rutabagas going over a very few miles an ; The physi Stanford, Jr., university, the wind ; Brem- ment's
erton, Wash., time clerk Policy
Irish potatoes, turnips, and secured he said, "for I had just started it was im broke the library windows. Puget Soun El
Fearing navy yard; H. R. Adkinson, Vancouver Paso, Tex., Feb. 21.-01 cial"
a number of second prizes. car and was running carefully. state the that the great stained
glass dome
B. C. announcement that
traveling salesman. William
Seminole captured first prizes for I reached Orange avenue it was The effect of would follow, students of the univer- ton, a British subject Ben- J

celery, lettuce, beets, carrots, and intention to turn north into i the patient is sity fled.HEARING. RUBE WADDELL AT DEATH'S cuted by Mexican rebels, had been exe- /

cauliflower. Osceola received first street but the policeman called wounds, which DOOR at Jaurer

= rt prizes on cabbage, eggplant, parsley, me I didn't understand just of no serious ON PRIVATE CARLINES San Antonio, Tex., Feb. 21.-Littl e lotions Tuesday-at night amass; the adoption of reso-.r t

lemons, tangerines, canned peaches he said, but supposed that he Sauffley's son, IN JACKSONVILLEThe hope was entertained today for the demning the United meeting here con I
and and perhaps others besides drive between him and -States govern
k pears me to Pensacola ,was recovery of Rube Waddell, forme r went for its
getting the premium for the best general curb. This would have been interstate commerce commission noted major league pitcher, who lies affairs; exchange handling of the Mexican
exhibit According to the point sible, for he was standing so on the Apopka has set Wednesday for a hearing helpless on a cot at the Lutheran sanatorium members of the shots between }

system the score of the three counties to- the curb that a car could to. be held in Jacksonville on the op- suffering from tuberculosis airy and a Thirteenth U. S.,cav-! *

as compiled by the judges was: I have passed through. I turned Avenue eration of the private refrigerate r Dr. H. 0. Wyneken, the attending and score or more of Mexicans,

k Osceola .------------------__ 6010 he continued to call to me, and after car lines, such as Armour's and oth physician, told Rube's mother that uncertainty Bauch as to the fate of bustav -
Seminole ____ at the front of the an American, and'two
----------------- 4690 I looked car into a car All "there is
ers. shippers who have complaints a slight possibility for his Englishmen, John '
Volusia ------------------___ 2526 the woman was there, and the on but Lawrence and a
Orange invited
are to appear befor recovery, no chances in his fa man named Curtis
The Southern Colonization company chine passed- over her before I of Braxton the commission's representatives and vor." Mexican were startling
I developments
1. of the Kissimmee prairie, secured stop it. It seemed to me that a negro's file them. It is a general inquiry to twenty-four hours. of the last

a' first prize 'for general variety, dropped from the sky." Mr. wheels, and better the service, rates and any it- Ladies' Home Journal for afar rapid succession, these Following in'.

;; l-li'- (' of products, showing twenty-eight roth made the statement with dam regularities. Mr. Lloyd S. Tenny, o f the best ever. New magazines com served to bring public incidents .
; r;'t, fruits and vegetables and other products misgiving, saying that he didn't a pain the Florida Growers' and Shipper' ing in daily. Curtis & 0'Nea.l's boo high pitch and today feelinga y
; in its exhibit into trouble but every official
t : ,to get hands. League, will attend from Orlando store. (Continued on '
; page 8)
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In the Negro building FAIR NOTES the firm of MMIiiMMII H MIIIMMGAS ; ;; ;; ;;''II " " " " '" " \\,\,

Colyer & Williams, tailors, have one
of the most creditable displays at the ..
y' fair grounds. The garments from
e this shop are well up to the standards '.. :: MONTGOMERY MOTION Grand
) Theatre
'' of stylish tailoring, and the excellent 1- IRONSF '< ;':. PICTURE GO'S
exhibit has attracted much attentionand :
called forth words of surprise
and praise from many. The South's Finest Picture Theatre
In the Osceola county display, at YV7H have just received a ship J i
the rest room, W. F. Malcolm is ** ment of the latest style of t :H

showing Remington typewriters. "GAS IRONS" l ',' .'- .' ... ;
Among the several machines is the

r first Remington machine ever manu- which we are placing on the market '
p factured. It is a real curiosity. y ,
While it is not antique in years it is FOR $3.00 EACH I" : Vf':;,'S; : :,

in the ideas which its workmanship .
exemplifies, and shows by contrast They are absolutely guaranteed to be
safe and at the time inexpensive
perfectly same
what great advance has been madein -
a few years in the manufacture of to operate. They cost only Best War Picture ever shown for Mon
1.3 as much to operate as an electric
typewriters.Did iron and are much easier to handle.
day February 23rd.
you ever hear of sitting be- cal at the office and let one dcmoostratcd.WAT i
K. neath the shade of a collard tree? .
:; Never heard of such a thing? Well,
you should go to the fair grounds
{' and look for the collard tree in the
north wing of the main building.
There it is, and you may see it with ORNOO [ & LIGHT C
your own eyes-a collard eight feet i
tall, or more, and with leaves at the
Gas Department
top large enough to afford shade, and ..- ..
the stem is large enough to lean t

The Florida Music company has a Children 5c Adults lOc

booth in the north wing, where pianosare .
displayed and a pianola is kept
busy during most of the day. It is Continuous Performance from 3:30: to 10 P. M.

an attractive booth and the. only one .
of the kind at the fair.
Y i

? Young's repair shop has a booth JJAUJ'JJJJJJJJJ'UJJJJ''JJJJJJ IIMMMiMIIMII
: in the north wing, and a neat adver- I1I11111111111111111
tising skit is the giving away of
safety flaming light matches. Such Just arrived car load !' For Economy and purchase

matches are much in demand at such FORDS for immediate -
a place as the fair, and it was a W RIG H T power of your money
s happy thought to have them provided delivery. REAL TY & SRBD CO P''
for advertising purposes. All will remember FOR REAL ESTATE "T ry Wright's"arm

Young's repair shop. Get yours now.F. ThaiS Our Business and Garden Seeds in
Goodrich rain coats are being shown G. RUSH, Orlando bulk. "Motto" Quantityand
in many colors, styles and sizes i n
the north wing. Phone 226 Quality.Fresh .

I Eggs 2QC doz. Best Creamery Butter 39C lb.
Microscope Manufac Sweet l\lilk. i3c qt. Ice soc 100 Ibs-, Limes ic doz.
turing company, of Boston, is makinga .
Sweet Milk Fresh Butter l\lilk.
oc pint
unique display of carved ivory from qt.
Switzerland. The booth is in the Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Present" delivered by Express,

north wing, and is generally surrounded (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door 1.35 cash with order.

i by an interested crowd. i I 340 Acres Good Land; 40 acres under fence; 200 good orange trees; two story house,
barn best of water, three lakes. Snap bargain sale.
The Seminole .
county exhibit contains ,
specimens of trout, shad, catfish -
and other fish from Lake Monroe " " iitttttitttitiiiitttttttiinttttttttttttiiiittiittiiiiiMMti ::noiiiTii

frozen in blocks of ice. It is ;aof

t making most unique such a and-display.effective way. \H ORlANDO BANK a TRUST I COMPANY

People who say, "I have seen one A Lead Pencil or Bottle of InKIs .
fair and they are all alike," are sadly;
mistaken. They have never seen anything Orlando Florida.Condition
like this week's exposition. a small investment but a large partof ,

the writers comfort and efficiency depends at the close of business December 31, 1913
The Sentinel booth where everyone RESOURCESLoans
may register and get a copy of Or on having the right kind.
:S lando's morning daily, and the old and Discounts Ie . . Ie Ie Ie . Ie . Ie Ie $403,080.10
reliable weekly, is one of the most A hard scratchy pencil where a soft one Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 362.37
f popular places in the exposition Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26,018.33
building. Everyone should registe, is demanded, or a thick ink when only a fluidis Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . . . . . . 200,9 6.57

$ and those who desire to subscribecan needed, may discourage the worker and Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures . . . 25,974.87
do so, or renew their allegiance r
ruin the work. We, carry all grades, colors $656,382.24
All of the local hotels are crowded LIABILITIES

and the Empire hotel on Central avenue aad standard makes of pencils, and can furnish Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000.00

r has opened up sixty excellent on demand, the very best possible ink Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . .'e. . 35,214.86
rooms and is putting up an excellent Deposits . . ._ . . . . . .. . . . . . . . 521,167.38
bill. for any kihd of pen work. Tell your pencil r

r t The transports Hancock and Prai and ink troubles to the man behind the counter.: $656,382.24

tie, the largest of the navy, arrived in Deposits on Dec. 31, 1912 . . . . .'. .-. . . . $489,971.68 ',
Pensacola Sunday from Culebra, W. S. BRANCH Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . . . . $521,167.38
bringing two regiments of marines, ,

,- consisting and in additoin of 1,700 the officers Hancock and men has s, The Arcade Book and Music Store Increase . .. . . . . . . ... . . . . . . 31,195.70The

aboard two new biplanes and several officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust
I members of the aviation corps. The Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and
transports will remain in Pensacolafor ttilMtttttilttllMIHiMltlMHilllllllllllllllllMSeveral friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement.The .
; a few days and then the Hancockwill management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects
go to New Orleans with her the conservative, sane and progressive methods employed in
iment for Mardi Gras, while the Prairie reg. this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and
will proceed to Mobile for a similar acriflce rrice strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in health-
a ful statements to its patrons.
purpose. The two biplanes will
f be unloaded and attached to the aviation M. M. SMITH, PresidentW.

station in the Deep Water City. M. DAVIS, Vice-President C. E. NOLAN, Cashier K .<

3 You are required by section 4 the state law governing the assessment uuuummmIItttlIHHHUllttUflUtUlflUflUflflflflflUflflUtflUn:
and collection of taxes in this _
city, to make your returns by Marc Several choice lots for immediate sale. Located just I = I
1st of each year. The act reads; : WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
"All persons, corporations and firm one lot off Magnolia avenue on Concord avenue. Improved : AND DO ALL KINDS OF
owning real or personal property taxable

by the city are hereby required I with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest : OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. MILLINERY OPENING POSTPONED
to make return of .the same to the'
assessor before the first day of Marchof : locations in Orlando.
; each year." Wednesday and ThursdayMarch
The returns shall contain a complete
list and description of all taxable '
The Price
4 property belonging to such per- is Right 4th and 5th
son, corporation or firm on the first .
day of January in the year for which ...... .
the return is made, together with the L H. RAMSDELL The public cordially invited.
full cash value of each item thereof,
including the full cash value of each OPTOMETRIST

known piece If the of all real names real estate.estate of"owners will be assessedto are not rloo R M R mt (Successor to Dr. 0. P.FLORIDAW. Likias) MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN

"unknown owner," and personal ORLANDO, -
property will be assessed in a lumpas
x "personal property," according toome T. ENTRICAN: ,
x the best information obtainable. Phone 504 Watkins Block - Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's
If returns are not made s
guess work will have to be indulgedin Offers to Orlando the newest and best
by the assessor. Better save fu- of workmanship in the painting and PatternsDELAYED
ti 'ture trouble by making returns now. tlHIIMMMUMIIMIHHim; -[ .i.ii 11 t decorating trade. Phone 636.1.21lm .
C. A. BOONE, City Assessor, __ --
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? NOTES ., it 1s.their intention to start FOR SALE UNIQUE- I,,,..,...'1" .. It 111 .. 111111111'11111111111.. '.
STfE NEWS a capita stock of $50,000, with 20 acres located three miles from
right to increase to $100OOOJater, city on proposed brick road; eight Opera House,
:f acres bearing grove; two acres
(From, the Gainesville Sun) The primary object',this com cleared and ten acres timber; four "London Mills (Ill.) putian Ladies
Fellsmere's first festival and will be to use its funds in such room cottage. Price $3,500. The ,Adams Sisters
tauqua is being held this week. as will help to build up that im- 25 acres four miles from city; ten I. unique and entirely
doubt this will be an annual ate section, the initial move be- acres in grove, four hundred hundred bearing tertainers eve! on this ADAMS SISTERS
and two threeyearold -
hereafter. to assist those who want to build grapefruit trees; twelve acres' in stature, they are
by furnishing them with the fruit land and three acres garden' and intellect and (36 and 39 Inches Tall
Incorporation is being funds, this to be repaid in land; cottage and barn, located on song, in readings, in )

talked in Zephyrhills, and it is monthly sums. lake front. Price $5,000. was not one moment
70 acres choice fruit and vegetableland --ATTuesday -
that this prosperous town will ; three and one-half miles from tainment but was -
4 corporated in the very near interest is being man- city. Price $30 per acre. they were encored
in the plan of the board of Five-room cottage and lot one hun- ::1 again. They are two

The stables. of the Peninsular to induce large meat packers,' dred main by highway four hundred leading feet out; located of city.on refined ladies, and O OPfRA HOUSE f

Stores wholesale grocery locate packing houses in Tampa Price $2,000.Five highest order.-The

ment in Jacksonville were the purpose of butchering cattle acres of bearing orange grove, For benefit Baptist I
Tuesday night The six mules from Honduras, Venezuela well located. Price $2,000. ciety at Opera House,'
saved. Mexico, and owing to improved 140 acres overlooking a beautifullake ing, Feb. 24. The Feb. 24th
one and one-fourth miles from ,
and tariff conditions the belief is railroad station and packing house; on display in

A new hard road will that the board's efforts will 20 acres bearing orange grove con- watch for them.W. a novel entertainment of music, readings, tab '
Petersburg with Gulfport. This successful This would mean that taining fourteen hundred trees. The and
remaining land is high grade fruit dialogues.
approximately seven miles more would be one of the largest and garden soil. Price $12,000. ..T. E "

road for the southwestern house points in the southern 2,000 acres choice fruit land, well Makes a specialty of WATCH FOR THEM 1 IN M'CUILOCH'S WINDOW
of the country. "I believe that located. Can be had'at a bargain.J. ,
the Sunshine City. ing refinishing floors,

ti of recent years would ,_ Office .Over E. CRAWFORD Blue Drug_Store, Phone 636. Prices 15c and 35c.
t Flights by naval aviators will the meat packing magnates to 117 South Orange Ave. Phone 404,- --
one of the novel features of an opportunity of locating in Orlando, Florida. 11111 11111 11I11 11111 II II I"11111 11111 III Iii I

year's :Mardi Gras in particularly as it seems to be 2-20-tf

very successful carnival is as to lower the price of CHADWICK'S SPECIAL SALE For ..
this year' with many new and unless the supply is increased," LASTING 30 DAYS

esting features. President Frank C. Bowyer. east No.of 1-10 city,acres on ,hard 21-2 road miles, all south improved -' _
in this undertaking would ; 175 budded orange and grape- eter an Society Ladies Minstrel !

Oddone Isabella, one of the the employment of several thou- fruit trees just coming into bearing;I' Modern ;
at the Breakers hotel, West : skilled men in local packing 7-room house; the land is of the best.

Beach, was accidentally ."-Tampa Tribune.TO No.of 2-city Two, nicely 3-acre situated young groves to divide inside House 2 TO BE PRESENTED FOR

while in bathing a few days into home lots.
was a native of Italy and TELEPHONE PATRONS No. 3-13 acres, 8 acres with 6- | west of LEAGUE |
room house and 200 bearing grove; ;
years of age.Daytona's To relieve the congested condition the 5 acres is garden land divided in i ing Hotel.

; telephone service, when the fire acre lots and recorded. By MISS J. PEARLE ROGERSABLY
and No. 4-5 east between Amelia gain.
b Chautauqua acres
will not be
is given, operators
festival opened in that city and Concord avenues, just over city
to answer any questions as limit line; a part of it to bearing I M MMBZi ASSISTED BY
The opening engagement was a location of the fire, the time of day, grove and grapery; a fine 8-room I .
concert by the Chicago such other inquiries not pertain- house and other buildings. This is a I A. L.
chestra and an humorous service.In rare bargain to get a city home just Fifty Society Ladies
to regular telephone the line. Give this at-
over city your
Professor Lowery.The case of sickness, fire or other tention.No. 10 L AMELIA

the employees of this 5-40 .acres, 20 improved with
Clearwater Baseball will extend aid to subscrib- 500 choice bearing orange trees, south Friday, February 27th
tion organized in that town side of lake, near Altamonte Springs;
was : in assist
concerned rendering .
fine bungalow of 8 rooms; also 4-room
days ago. Grounds will be or obtaining information when cottage furnished; beautiful lawn and
a grandstand erected, and the with the performance of shade; tennis court (cement); the Dr. ;

i will soon be challenging the regular duties. It is under- show place of the South, known as .
the Foss Grove. On account of the
teams over the state. the services are given as an ac- death of Mr. Foss, Mrs. Foss can no Osteopathic :
for which: the company longer attend to the estate. This
The Miami Herald says: assume responsibility of any means sell ilNo.6Several 132 Orange : Altamonte ii I
audience that filled the main nice homes close to
Lake Eola, and other parts of the city.I Next door to :
the auditorium and overflowed If your telephone does not work or Also choice lots, close in. ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, FLORIDA.A .
the gallery, the second have any complaint to make, call If you want to buy for home or investment up-stairs.
beautiful mile ride from Orlando'or A.
9 auto C. L
sion of the :Miami Winter 85 in by mail I am a leader along these ic diseases
or report person or
.) Come out and getthe best dinner served In Inte-
lines. Call or phone and make date
qua opened yesterday afternoon the Manager, who will be in his of-
for investigations. i Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the
the most auspicious from 8 to 12a.mandlto4p.m. Open evenings. beautiful and healthful location in Florida, on
not report troubles or make com- 19 W. Church St-Phone 398 I ridge between two lovely lakes, 40 acres in parks.

Fire was discovered to the switchboard operators. Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc.
morning at the old Seaboard have troubles of their own. has 500 feet broad piazza. All modeen Improve-

warehouse in Fernandina. The Brooks"x If you wish any information con Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests.
ing was practically gutted. the name or telephone number Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet.
time of the fire the structure a subscriber who is not listed .in Florida't'

ing used by the Fernandina directory,call central and ask for I'n
.t, Trading company. The loss who will be glad GEO. E. BATES & SON, ProprietorsSummer

fish people is said to be give you the information desired.Don't .
ask the switchboard opera- ( Resort"The Grand' Mount Vernon, N. H.

A sum of $6,000 was raised questions. They haven't time to ' " '"

members of the Presbyterian you without neglecting other

at the morning service in St .

burg last Sunday to pay off And finally please call by number.

resting on the new building. [ facilitates operation wonderfully. An EXPERT
for this Tw..S St.aDd.rtl Model.n. .
new pipe organ eB_ .
trasat.o....,.i. rttnt
on the road and will be w-e. . yfrf Head Lilh&.EJeetrio Tail Ufct.Electric
ready for the services the first T.-8eta Seoru.Batteriea andCabirBroeaRar-Drnt
day in March. PriM$M.OO. See Cwlog lot des i.4 dacriptj. experience with some of the foremost of Ameri-
and interior decorator. New sign makers, assures the highest possible grade of

At the annual meeting of the i and old ones, too. Phone 636. When one makes big claims it is up to one to
water chamber of commerce I workmen employed.
days ago officers for the ] FOR good, but these claims should be weighed quite as

were elected. At this meeting ) for your sake as ours.
decided to inject some Ladies' hair dressing, massage,
electric drier. Gem Barb 60,000 brand-new red machines will go out
a membership campaign to
1-2-tf trails during the coming year-the greatest BARKER
the strength of the organiza tion in the history of the industry.
250. Two teams were
each will try to see which an WOOD, COAL AND ICE They will flash forth fully armed with ';/ SIGNS ANDiiStiOW CARDS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
ments for 1914!I" Armed with powerful and
the most,members.The Weed, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's
Equipment! Armed with New Standard of Value
t Yard, phtn 586. 9-31-tf a us figure on your work for Orlando's MidWinterFair.
completely overturn all existing ideas of .
Lake Worth Herald says
dition No. 1, just south of All standard Indian models for 1914 come equipped .

is to have a hotel-not a toy To I THE WEST held light electric tail light, two sets high amperage .

with a few rooms, but a real, teries, electric signal, Corbm Brown rear-driye

hotel, with ninety-eight Y.. MBBtt My .... tka 1514 .... wide a tkoraajh l
VIASfMINOLE Iasd.a Catalog It stases pUti bens.l ompcRbIa.;.. lam
every modern convenience. _."ntM1 e..o.ider Ie their semi pIOk. seal for
structure will be one of white "'_--die __I westiy nI_d.otos.Nl.Bta.+ ...,

and marble, two stories in LIMITED The 1914 foe of 18dia.ltofocyclaa CfLL: l ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEANER[

Spanish architecture and with Orlando _______________ 3:13 4 It?. ... ... ....I........i.........>.........
porches around three sides.* pm
Jacksonville ______..... 7:30 'I "?. TwIa T1II s Tw ey-Pive, asdahr ..............
pm 7H.P.7H.P.TwiaUlRaater. 1'wia T..su,1tuMId .........?..........
Jacksonville,Fla.,.A.C.L. 9:00 pm M.il.................... !
Preliminary training for Wajerow, GsA. CL.1110 pm J B.P.Twill ... .
Ties sped. Repsir u..L. .. .......
nant race in the American Tipton, Ga., A. C. L____ 1:15 am 1.... T1ria Tay s.d,T-.iII St.MnI Model ......
baseball clubs was begun in Americus Albany, Ga., Ga., A., C.C.of L_Ga.___. 3:55 2:40 am am 1 H.P. Twit H... 9peaid IWII(wi* Bbrtria.... Have your room or house
hie P.O.&
tersburg Monday afternoon by Colombo, Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20 am Factory
Ala., C. of Ga.. 7:30 cleaned without dust
Louis Browns on the fJ'1> Opelika am C. R Hilpert Ogent. or trouble
were made for them in Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga,12:05 p I
Birmingham Ala.C.of G.12:05 pm :
subdivision. Branch Rickey, Jackson, Tenn., L C..... 7:46 pm of moving furniture ; ,
ger of the team, arrived Fulton, K,., I. C._______ 9:35 pm
_________ ..
morning with 20 young men Cairo, Ill., I. a 11:07 pm We are the
Carbondale, 111., I. C..___12:13 am
in at least that
bring many
Pierce Electric Co. send an Ex-
St Louis, Mo., L C ___ 7:05 am :

The Pensacola'Journal that have made
'lone passed through Walton Centralia, Ill., I. C._____ 1:38 am good. periented man
Matoon, Ill, L C.______ 3:30 am
striking the centers of both Champaign, III, L CL___ 4:29 am cause experience has taught ,
Springs and Laurel Hill and
Kankakee, DL, I. C. : 6:20 am
on able to damage Red Level at, Ala.all,three doing Chicago, III, L C_____ 7:50 am i make formulas that suit all SEE THEM FOR TERMS 1 1Tne

) Solid Through Trains- of
places. Standing timber Composed
for both trees and
most, one report being to compartment drawing- orange
that six thousand section, sleeping cat a1Jee !

were blown down. The total chair cars, between Jackson- rlf [ [Lf Tm C01

at was five Laurel thousand done also Hill dollars.in is estimated Milton.It Some. 'at ville. St and Louis.Chicago All, and nv/als,' Jacksonville in dining Now istne time to lllnt., J;

For tickets and Puyiman car reser- CHURCH STREET

call on ,. ;.
is the
present of
plan a .,
of the R. O'NEAL, Cfty Ticket Agent, }
leading business or ,'
The Southern "
Brooksville to organize a W. WHITE, depot Ticket Agent,

pany there, the'principal Atlantic(Coast Line, Everybody is it
4 company to be located in drlando. Orlando PHONES: Office 32, Plant 31 Reading

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* DAILY Miss[ Vivian Hassler, ''secretary; Mrs. Mass and sermon, 10 a. m. t'I'II"I"'IIIIII""I'IIIIII"'II'IIIII "'"
V. W. Burdett, treasurer. No evening service.
V South ,Florida SentinelMORNING *. ______ Lenten Services


JOSiAH FERRIS Editor and Owner. the "Strangers' Sabbath Home. Rev. Henry R. Remsen, priest-in- first day of Lent. H Dickson-Ives C H
Its hospitality is cordially extendedto charge. Blessing and imposition of ashes
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Florida
u Second Claw Mail Matter. all who come within its doors. If Quinquagesima Sunday. and mass, 7:45 a. m.

t TO ADVERTISERS: you have no church home here, come Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m. Way of the Cross and Benediction, "I II
and be at home with us. The pastor Morning prayer, 10:30 a. m. 7:30 p. m.Tuesdays. I
all other hand-let
Copy for display and
advertising must be handed in at the bntineu will be glad to serve you as friend Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. and Thursdays, mass at
office the diy.(before the Sentinel publication.net later This than rule 2 applies p. m. and minister-please make yourself Holy Communion and sermon, 11 7:45 a. m.Wednesdays. : DEPARTMENTAL STOREOrlando's .
to chances for contract advertising; it Itloanable known to hini. a. m. and Fridays, devotionsat
and will be strictly adhered to. Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., pas- Evening prayer and sermon, 7:30 7:30 p. m.METHODIST. I

One Year .....................$5.00 tor.Mr.. Samuel A. Newell, superintendent Bishop Gray will preach in the CHURCH favorite
Six Months ................... 2.50 of the Sunday school; Mr. Geo. morning and Rev. Herbert Cary- J. E. Wray, pastor. s Shopping
Three Months ........ .......,. 1.25 W. Phillips, director of the choir; Mr. Elwes will assist in 10:30 services. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.; C. E.
I In Advance. Will S. Branch, organist. Howard, superintendent.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Our CATHOLIC CHURCH Preaching, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
motto: "All the church in the Sunday Quinquagesima Sunday. Epworth League, 6:45 p. m.; J. N. PLACE

3. school and as many more." Sunday school, 9 a. m. Burden, president.
It was a good show.
Public worship at 10:45 a. m. and
-- -------
o 7:30 p. m., in charge of the pastor. MIMMttmilllMlimtlllMtllltilMtllMMMMtljCash
f Orlando's hotels and
boardinghouses Morning subject, "A Statement
are full up.o Worthy of All Acceptation." H to Loan on J .

Ly Subject for the evening, "GivingGod
Everybody's satisfied that this is
a Chance"Young
t God's country. People's meeting at 6:30 p.
o m.; Mr. Eugene Reid, president. City PropertyReal
Osceola walked with most of
away Juniors meet at\3 p. m. You invited
the honors. It's a splendid section. are cordially
Prayer and fellowship meeting on

r The weather was o good until the Wednesday evening. Estate bought and sold :

,' last day, and then it wasn't so bad.
s o Jno. W. Stagg, pastor. : for cash or on commission.Dr. to the .
Tampa's gala week really begins
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W R.
tomorrow, though it .
was formally
O'Neal, superintendentServices .
opened esterday. We
hope Tampa's
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
'< affair will be as proportionately. suc- Morning sermon, "The Power That
cessful as Orlando's was. Controls Society." .

o Evening sermon, "The Finding of Rock Building, Upstairs.IHilMtttflMMmilltlllllliilMttMIIMtMMMIM.
If Orlando's visitors hadn't come "
rfi and gone by day there wouldn't have the Self I I' Spring -
Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m.
been accommodations for them in
i Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:3 ---
town. Orlando needs another big "
p. m. :HMMIilMIMmimniMilMMMmilllMllimHM ,. ,
hotel and several rooming houses. d :
A cordial invitation to visitors and ,
o strangers to worship with us. Seat
There were some disappointed exhibitors free. An Accident \
but upon the whole it teay
be stated that nearly everybody was UNITARIAN CHURCH

satisfied, and all were unanimous in (Corner Central Ave. and West St.]) ; o lilrphr tr. nppiir tr.JLU anv Millinery H
Y the verdict that it was a good show Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister. ....&J.W.LJ W W"' VVfcJL' W VI** Tone ,
and had been ably and fairly con- There will be dedication of childrenat

ducted. 11 o'clock, followed by sermon on at any time. The
o "The Undercurrents of Life..!'

The baseball Charlie :Murphy has At 10 o'clock Mrs. Reynolds will : cost is not much.
i been ousted from the National league, speak to the children on the Work of .

Brother Charles Taft having bought the Humane Society. :

l, his interest. Now it is the political On Wednesday afternoon Unity : Better see me.HIIIIMIIlltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll. : Opening
: Charlie Murphy's turn. Wonder if Circle will have an informal reception : : ,

there is money enough to get him out for visiting friends.CHRISTIAN 4I
of Tammany.The s.AT A. '
Sunday.school, 2:30 p. m.
Sentinel takes no delight in .
Preaching at 3:30 and 7:30 m.,
saying "Told you so, but its predic .
by Rev. A. E. Funk, of New York
tion in regard to automobile acci- \
dent is being verified. A fine of one city.Ladies' MiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii*
s,. dollar is not sufficient penalty for 'prayer meeting Wednesdayat I T ,

those the police who would violate assess the speed a real limit.penalty If Bible 3 p. m.study Thursday night. A. Y. FULLER R. L FOX Weueay j n Tliuh1say J

All cordially invited.
there would be less speeding and fewer THE PALMS AUTO CO

2 o Services at 10:45 a. m. Sunday,, REO MOTOR CARS
Thousands of people registered at subject, "Mind." Feb. 25th and 26th

the Sentinel's fair ground booth. We Sunday school at 12 o'clock. For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a .
started out to print the names, but
it became a hopeless task, and we'had evening Testimony at 7:45.CHRISTIAN meeting. on Wednesday; full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good forceof

to give it up. People were registeredfrom
competent repair men. All our work is absolutely
nearly every state in the Union, CHURCH
and over the length and breadth of guaranteed.
the land the fame of the .Orlando fair The Christian church will hold their: Included in the Demonstration
services at 208 E. Church street.
will be spread.
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.

o Church services, 2 p. m. Mr. Hert Being the Newest Spring
The officers of the fair associationhave zog, of Hiran, Ohio, will preach at
managed the fair which closed this. service.

yesterday with fine success. It was a Officers elected for Sunday Schoolare ; FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.MIMMIItlilllllimiltHMIIIIHIIMItttMimiM. Conceptions From
= big undertaking and all the i .
men en- : Robt. Bellamy, superintendent;
gaged had their private affairs to J. Hassler, assistant superintendent;

x look after as well as the many detailsof .*! ; :._ T
the enterprise. They have done it :

{ all with very little outside help, and "' .
1 they are to be congratulated upon : '
New York ,
the fact that so many people were ,'
made happy in having the opportunity -
s to view such excellent exhibition ;::. .' .
; .
k. and so many others were made . .' ,''', i
h glad in having their good work ap- l, :'" ..

preciated and enjoyed. It was a ,

great success, and all who helped to !H ODD PIECES -_ '. : > r ;;i ; Paris

< make it are due the thanks of Orange .."

county and Orlando. .1ti. .'4'<:.. are so useful when it comes to setting the table attractively : : .

3 -o k We' can offer you innumerable. suggestions -, :f1 7 b. ,. '
The Mexican situation becomes in 't.l ti '
more critical because of the killing by '. : .'. IL- Riviera !
Villa of an English subject. Citizens Beautiful Cut Glass :,:. :,. .andthe
t in El Paso adopted resolutions denouncing .f. *1.: i .
: the American policy and that will give your table an air of elegance and refinement ( f 1., .1r ', .. Ij .
feeling is running high. It is need- h and add prestige to your reputation as a -, ; .. :. . . .' T. 0
less to preface our statement By the I hostess. : '

statement diplomat and that is the not Sentinel an authority is not on a Every housekeeper knows the value of spotless ..f ;

'L international law and customs, but we .:' ) linen gleaming silver sparkling cut glass. Dainty
fail to see why the situation is made ; service is of greater importance than good cooking. 1i

any more serious by the killing of an .-' ;, .
English subject than it has been by
: the killing of American citizens. Villa i :' '
Our Mail Order
has elicited the bravos of the world ....1, r Deparlifientage e

by his summary execution of men :i . .,. : ,.'

who got in his way. He has meted .
out the Is at help to our" out of town customers,
same treatment to an English
subject, who went to him with make use of it whenever you can. Samples on information -

threats. The provocation for inter- cheerfully given. \Ve prepay all charges.

vention is no greater than it has been Write for one ol our illustrated mail order cata

for has some permitted months.outrages The United against States hu- T .Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE logues. We invite comparison values.

manity and civilization in Mexico ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

which it might have stayed. The

sooner we attend to this unpleasanttask POSTOFFICE -: :. ;: .

i and have done with it, the bet Orange Ave. Odaodo
ter! and it seems inevitable that intervention n
{ must come, if not from the EXPERT. REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING 'r .
United States then from England or

w some other so-called Christian nation. .. Illlllli HIIMMTHE .


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oDi aD aD GD aDO G MMillllllMIMHIIMMtttMMM

| Eanng Pure Candy is More Than a j FAVORITE THEATRE If .

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

I Admission 5 cents
course, hundreds of people all over the coun- al i
D aD OD aDU1>DaD J
try eat Candy just because, they like Candy just to Shirts

satisfy that desire for something sweet--and you al- IZZY GOT LEFT ON FAIR PREMIUMS -

so have done the same thing many times. New NeckwearOdd

If we can convince you that pure candy is Mr. Editor: seen you out to the

healthful-is really beneficial from a food stand. fair one day and I says to my man,

I says, I'm that glad Mr. Ferris can Trousers
point, why then you'll realize that your money is well
get time to see this midwinter expo-
spent when you buy Candy from our large assort- sition for its sure worth comin for.

ment. All them fine vegetables and so much Palm Beach Suits

fruit to feast your eyes on, I says you
bet we aint agoin to starve here in

was Orange a goin county.to get I a'lowed premium as on how salt I New Rain CoatsFlorsheim

TT' IT f risin bread, seein I make so many

loaves every week, but surprisin to

1 say I got left. Howsomever I aint Shoes

The home of pure home-made Candies, got no grouch on them judges cause
they didn't know whose cookin they A Very

was a tastin of, seein they aint no
Orange AvenueWADE names on any of the exhibits.I'' The Stylish and Oxfords Popular

guess them ladies is good housekeepers -
themselves and knows the best Stiff Hat" Soft Hat-

things in cookin. Everybody can't 1VIrs Jane Hopkins"Looks

get the first prize so I aint got no this Spring: fine on most

FUNERAL OF WILLIAM SMITH kick comin. Them fine babies was a and th-
WILL TAKE PLACE TODAY sight to make anybody happy and somewhat higher in IStis
Boys'the Knee Pant Suits
THE TUNER they just done my heart good with ; and narrower the place to get it.
The funeral services over the remains all their pretty looks and their soft crown
ORLANDO, FLA. of the late William Smith will plump baby hands. I says to my in the brim A smart style that

be held from the Presbyterian church man I says its mighty fine to have than the recent hats. takes with men who
this afternoon at 3 o'clock.
measured in scientific
baby a
Mrs. Frances Schuller is very ill Olivette Commandery No.4,Knights way your even if he don't get the first Here it is-one of Good Merchandise and want individuality and

at her home on Ridgewood avenue. Templar, will be in charge of the funeral prize, and Dr. Porter he said there thenewSte/sowswere distinction. .

Miss .Elizabeth Rinaldi came up and will lead the other fraternal was plenty of babies come to be examined showing. Many other Nothing Else.
orders of which the deceased was a somethin Come Stetson
from Tampa yesterday to spend a that he was proudof. see our
few days with relatives.C. member, to the residence on West I think them mothers was all blocks, colors and assortment-if wish
Central avenue. The members of the took the trouble to bring styles-Soft and Stiff. you ,
H. Satterswaite and sister, from glad they we will give in
various help
orders will
form in line at the babies and maybe next they expert
Eagle's Nest, N. C., are the guestsof Pine and Orange at 2:30 o'clock, the I will bring em agaU. year Try them on today _-_ selecting the one model]
T. J. Dolive.
Mr. cortege will be composed of the I see your boy in the Sentinel
ought to
Mr. and Mrs. William Young, of you wear.
Knights Templar, Masons, Odd Fel-
booth to the fair and I must tell you
Geneva, N. Y., are among the delighted lows, Knights of Pythias, and Elks. he's a fine, handsome young man and

visitors sojourning in Orlando. The Knights Templar will have a one to be proud of, Mr. Ferris. I'm

Mrs. G. C. Fields and daughter are brief ceremony at the house, and the just a bettin on your Joe. I hear
\ here from Daytona visiting Mrs. escort will proceed then to the church.
that them Kissimmee folks is a crow-
Fields' mother, Mrs. E. H. Westover.Mr. Mr. S. A. Johnson, E. C., of the com- in over that two hundred and fifty

E. L Stapp, a well known and mandery, requests all Masons to leave dollars, but I say let em crow; no Tn y yIl ll. lt\ll rtn

popular young business man of Ocala, their church automobiles at the Methodist scrappin for \ u \

arrived in Orlando yesterday on a before proceeding to the hall IZZY BUTTIN. I
visit. for the funeral, to have them in line f

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Norton, who on the way to the cemetery and in LONGFELLOW DAY AT TWENTIETH -

have been spending the week in Or- readiness immediately after the ser CENTURY CLUB Orlando's Largest Store
i vices at the Presbyterian church.
lando, left yesterday for their home
in Arcadia. The active pall bearers, selected The Twentieth Century club is plan-

Miss Gilchrist is spending a from the members of the commandery ning a Longfellow day at the homeof "
few weeks with friends in Braden- will be: Messrs. Charles Lord, Mrs. W. H. Robertson, Hillcrest Quality Did It.
W. H. Reynolds, John C. Jones, S. Y.
for next
avenue, Friday celebratingthe
her duties in
town, Way, V. W. Estes and A. W. Bumby.The birthday of this much beloved I .
the new Dickson & Ives store.
honorary pall bearers will be: American poet. A Longfellow pro- I'II'I I'IIIIII'IIIII'I'II'III"III'I'IIII'II'IIIII'1.11".1..1".1. iM * *
:Miss Madeline Hill, of Narcoossee, Messrs. John M. Cheney, A. T. TTTT
gram will be a feature of the after-
came up to attend the midwinter fair, Scruggs, A. W. Hendry, Jim Rawley, noon.

and also to visit her friend, Miss Ro- S. E. Ives, Sr., Jos. L. Guernsey, I GOOD PROGRAM AT THE GRAND

berta Branch, North Orange avenue. James L Giles, and Robert Cohoon.
NEED OF MORE HUMANITY Monday being the day set aside for IMUHIMHIIIIIHtlMIMi 41 IMIIMilMIMI
Miss Hill went home Saturday after-
honorary pall bearers, were selected the celebration of George ashing-
Only yesterday, while in conversa-
noon.Mr. from among the members of tion with the Hon. W. R. O'Neal ton's birthday, the management of
Wm. C. McLellan, the Southern the other orders and the personal our society, the Orlando regarding S.- the Grand theater have secured a war Cakes Cakes
representative of the Mintor Knitting friends of the deceased.MENDELSSOHN P.' C. A.,. he told me what had been picture to be shown on that day. !

Mills company, of Mintor, Ohio, was showing said to him very recently. While This picture will be appropriate to
some strangers about the
among Orlando's visitors yesterday.Mr. . RECITALThe town, he said, pointing out the improvements the occasion, being a vivid and real- << -
McLellan in love with Orlando etc., one of the ladies remarked istic depiction of war's hardships and .
contemplates another visit soon. regular rehearsal of the Men- : "Yes, you have a beautiful and love
little town dangers of men's patriotism We have added cake
delssohn club will everywhere improvements, a department
A tango martyr has been heard of held Tuesday as you say, but you have the reputa of country and of the sterling deeds
in St. Louis. A young man, after night at 8 o'clock at the Tea and Rest tion of not looking after your animals and characters of the heroes of the and will sell you any
Room. you are not kind; in other
G. : .
two nights of dancing until 4 a. m. Revolution.On
words," said she, "you are not humane amount want.
died suddenly. The doctors said that ; spending all your energy, the anniversary of the birth of you Try some

his exertions had affected his heart. CIVIC LEAGUEThe strength and money on beautifying the "Father of His Country" our of the following:. Plain Raisin
monthly business meeting of the city and neglecting that part of thoughts naturally turn to war and pa- ,
After spending a couple of days in the Civic League will be held Mon it." I'm afraid she is quite right, we triotism, and a picture of this kind is Citron Marble Lady Oriental i
Orlando with relatives and friends, have not paid the attention to that ,
Rev. S. R. Belk left yesterday after- day afternoon at 3 o'clock in the room side of it that we should but it is in keeping with our mood and shoulddo Nut Rich.
on Pine street, formerly occupied by hard for only a few of us to carry the a great deal towards fanning the ,
Fort where he has
noon Myers, the People's National bank. burden of so great a load. Nothing spark of patriotism in the breast of
been engaged to lecture :Monday night appeals to us so much as to have our,.
by the Chautauqua association. attention called from admiring the I Young America.Mr. .
% Orlando's annual fair has.this year improvements on our beautiful new Comely has arranged a. program
Among the Shriners who will take been a bigger success than ever. It park, the fountain, then further up of patriotic airs which will be
train to for the street the rose garden, etc., to | THE SANITARY
the special Tampa today is really not proper to limit the ex- see an overloaded team, perhaps one rendered during the performance.Mr. GROCERY
,y the three day pilgrimage over the hibition with a local name for not of the horses or mules very lame, Billy Shirley has been retainedfor

hot sands are Messrs. Harry L. Bee- only Orlando nor Orange county, but straining and pulling themselves almost 'another week and will sing at CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
man, Turner Evans, M. 0. Overstreet three other counties have to death over these dreadful I each performance.
lum- I
and J. N. Bradshaw. It is expectedthat roads hauling either oranges or ...,..'
and have contended with stren- ber, or some hack driver mercilessly 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
a thousand Shriners will be present uous friendly rivalry for supremacy.The beating his poor old horse, or the BOWMANJOHNSTONMrs.
t that occasion. that is being jerked around
on counties taking part have been monkey from ft.... non.nO'... until Effie Edith Bowman and Mr.
:Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hildebrandt, Volusia, Seminole and Osceola. The oy late a at stung night. The e mj little mvii.fellow& falls Samuel R. Johnston, of DeLand, were CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

I of Wilmington, Ohio, who have been attendance has been very large and over from exhaustion', as did one on married at the manse last night at 7 IIIIIIIQIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.
I spending some weeks in Orlando, left the attractions in the shape of exhib- our streets a day or forget two ago.the beautiful It is o'clock by Rev. Dr. John W. Stagg. ...
wonder we quickly
yesterday for their Northern home. its of agricultural products, industrialand no things we were looking at and

They regretted having to leave so art exhibits and amusement devices remark: What a shame, now look at Eat what want.
early, but business interests necessi- have been such as to draw large that, is there a humane society in is Eat all you you wantTake
tated their return. They ordered the crowds and to please them. to the lim- this town? I will admit to the work society in as a postscript and forget it.

Sentinel sent to them so as to keep it.-Tampa Times. not few as other pleasant societies a one in the town, but For sale by all durggists.
a l-7-d&w-lyr
posted on happenings in this section. I needs your attention even more, Special Bargains
to give us your
Editor S. J. therefore I beg you
Triplett of
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Holmes and the Kissim- sympathy and support-we need both, ,
mee Valley Gazette was in the beautifying our city LUTHER THE FLORISTCut .
niece and Mrs. Self attended the Or- city and while we are ";
yesterday to get a last glimpse at the spend a little time trying to *:r"i t1Four ... : -J., .
let -
us ----
fair Flowers --
ange county and they affirm where so much is
I fair before its close. He better the condition
they saw there the finest display of was accom- Let try and in the future
needed. us
and panied by Mrs. Triplett Mr. Trin.or- of town that we are ROSES, VIOLETS, Passenger Cadillac $350
vegetables fruits and farm pro- ---- -- have it said our
lett was one of the organizers beautiful but humane. .
of the
ducts they ever say in Florida. As not only HAUSELT, CARNATIONS, PANSIES,
movement to have BELLE C.
always, Lake was not without repre- an exhibit from Vice-Pres. Orlando S. P. C. A. 1-Five Passenger Hudson $500
sentation, Col. Megargee's unbeatable Osceola county at the fair, and did POTTED PLANTS 4

'. chickens\ and Senator steady and effective work in the Val- to Warman on I
Igou's winning Take repairing
horse being on hand to uphold the ley Gazette to get the people arousedto Court street.your 12-5-tf These cars are in good shape, good

reputation of Lake county-Eustis the importance of it. He was part- _________ $1.50 tires and ready to
Lake Region. ly repaid yesterday by being present Good Wood run.
when the award of the prize to his TEN YEARS IN ORLANDO
county's exhibit was made. Hr. Trip- Chiropodist for both men and wo. Better Wood $2 and $2.25

on Cash Court Registers.street. Warman fixes 'em lett is a candidate for the legislaturefrom men.scalp massage.Manicure,Feet pedicure a specialty., face and L Best Wood $%.50 and $2.75 San Juan Garage Go.

12-5-tf Osceola county and thus far has J. Mustard, 117 Orange avenue, over
the field to himself. He is decided in Curtis & O'Neal's store. 26lmOSTEOPATHY This won't last long,

LOST-Pair gold eyeglasses, some- his convictions and has a host of followers All Service
where between Grand theater and I in his home county who will Stock up while you can. Night
South Lake street. Return to Senti-
nel office, please. take pleasure in casting their ballots!
for him. Orlando Wood Yard
DR. J. C .HOWELL _AJAX TIRES don't cost any more and are .
FOR RENT-Furnished rooms; elec. Eat what you want. Hours,10.12, 3.5, and by appointmentNo guaranteed
tric lights and bath room; three Eat all wantTake 104 W. Pine St. for five thousand miles.
yon extra charge for house treatment
blocks from postoffice; reasonable a postscript and forget It. B. W. KINGSLEY Proprietor
rates. 7 W. Robinson Ave., city. Telephone connections
r For tale by,all druggists.i J
2r22-3t l-.7-dftw.lK Office cor. Orange and Central Area.

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; MllliitliiliMIIMIilliMilMMMMMIIOIIIIMMMI $1,000 Buys a five-room' house and ;FOR SALE-Bargains in improvedand IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIII IIIIIII.IIIIIIII 111111
tu lot within one block of Lake Eola. unimproved land. See S. S.
See Frank Soper, Room 3, McNeill & Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2-26-wlm
Davis Bldg. 2-18-lOt
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FOR SALE-Bicycle for sale, or will FOR RENT. .
exchange for second hand buggy. \
M. W. Heatherington. R. F. D. No. 2, FOR RENT 5-room house, partly -
n New Arrivals Orlando. 2-22-14 furnished. See Frank Soper,'Room i- Bungalows
c I IH 3, McNeill & Davis Bldg. 2-18-10t ::

i FOR SALE FOR RENT-Large attractive room I: Fine Location. Large Lot

Ratines, Eponges, Crepes, Poplins, Terry Six hundred acres timber land, and in new bungalow. 203 Ridgewood ::

Cloth, Lawns in the latest colors. Ladies jf ten; lake acre orange shore, near grove,Winter with two Garden miles, avenue. 2-4 tf I I-_ Only one left to sell

one i of the greatest trucking and FURNISHED ROOMS in,a new mod- i: built sold in less '
Four and than
.y Home Journal Patterns at itrus centers of Florida. The orange ern home, with kitchenette if de- !_ 3 months.
rop will pay interest on the whole sired. Apply 14 East Amelia, next l:
Best values offered in Orlando
investment Terms. S. S. Griffin, door to Wyoming. 2-19-lt ever
wner, Orlando, Fla. 2-5
McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT THE ST. JOHNS, 308 West street. Price $2 750 H
FOR SALE Rooms, $3.50 to $5.00 per week.

An elegant modern home; four bed- and Large modern.verandas. Everything 2-22-lw new Inspect No. 5 today.
STORE rooms; two bath rooms; gas and elec- ,
tricity throughout; fruit trees and FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms
flowers. 509 East Central avenue. in new home, close in; electricity, An ideal all year round home-at a low price.
128 S. Orange Ave. 2-15-tf gas, bath, fireplace in large front
room; hot water. 114 East Jackson i
r street. 2-21-3t I-
THIRTY ACRES, high, fine round
timber; cut over once; three acres FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom FRED. B. DALE Owner
cleared and planted in orange and to persons wishing suburban ,
grapefruit; lake front and beautiful \,Accommodations; also 2 acres good .
location for a home; one mile and a truck land, close in. Good opportu- : 306 Anderson Streetillinium
IIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIII"I"'I"IIII'.1 quarter from Ocoee. $800. A. M. nity for right person. Address "A," Ii :
j Clarke, Ocoee, Fla. 1-28-tf j Sentinel. 98tfIMIHIMMHIIMItHHIIIIMMMMtlMIMtMIMIM I
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The Jacksonville Metropolis has the " ." .
following important editorial mentionof
of a jury verdict in the circuit court MUNNISIAKERS See Corner Real Estate Agents, Investors and HomeseekersATTENTION
Notices of Lost Wanted For Sale For
of Duval county which, if sustained Rent[ ete.. for this column. 2oc for one day.
{ iOc for three days or $1.00 for one week, for ,
the 1I
by supreme court, will render void I
25 words or less. Money must accompany
nearly every tax deed issued in the the insertions advertisement will be made fer on this credit.column, a* no Lake and Anderson I offer for $1,900 two-story, six-room cottage, with

state, as in very few cases have thir- rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, north.

ty-five days intervened between the FOR SALE Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also

first publication of a delinquent tax oil .finish double verandas. Special
FOR SALE-Good row boat Streets six-room bungalow; *
list and the day of sale. The Me- cypress and bath facilities. Large basement +
for sale. In good condition. Ap- heating room roomy
tropolis says: ply 510 S. DeLaney street. 2-14-tf wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or

"By a jury verdict, directed from FOR SALE OR RENT-House fur- furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery.
the bench, in the circuit court Tues- llllillllliMtlMMMtlllMHIMItilllillllllliim fronts Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These
nished or unfurnished. Also two I House on
day, virtually every tax deed obtainedin lots for sale. Apply to Mrs. McDade, lots connect at the corners, with rose house between. I

Duval county since the year 1907is 307 Broadway. 2-20-lw Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles FOR RENT-Furnished dwelling, 7 offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission. '
void on Court street. 12-5-tf rooms with bath and extra toilet on
SEE H. H. WITHERINGTON for to all.
a I Open
Y "An act of the legislature of 1907 bargain in a winter home at Apopka, first floor; 210 Ridgewood avenue
have to return north. Call to see me,
provides that the tax list shall be Orange bounty, Florida. ATTENTION, HOMESEEKERSA room 9, McNeill-Davis building, corner E. N. COY
published once each week for five con- 2.13-6t-lt pretty home on Conway clay Orange avenue and Church street.
road; choice land, at bargain price. Edmund Hugill. 2-21-3t 307 West St. Norlb.Orlando
secutive weeks in some newspaper FOR SALE-600 acres of high grade ,
See R. B. Perry, at Water Works.
published in the county, said news- citrus land; 2 miles facing Orlando 2-15-lOt
and Oakland brick road, and 2 1-2 Illllllllll II III liltHammond
_; paper to be selected by the board of MISCELLANEOUS f
miles lake
on shore. S. S. Griffin,
county commissioners at its first} Orlando, Fla.WANTEDTo.
estate in Orlando or close by,
in grown
meeting February."The
:a large ice cream factory and bakery,
trade 45 acres of land hedge; also some palms. Box 351.
r' court found that in 1908, with retail store, all modern equip-
at Melbourne, Fla., for business or 2-22-3t
when the plaintiff in the case of II residence lots in the city. Address :ment-brine freezer, cement storage _. -
Townsend vs. Brown obtained a tax L. A. Powell, 200 W. Amelia avenue, tanks and sales of six to eight hun- LOST-Bumper on Cadillac automo- r "
Orlando Co. dred gallons per week, all sold in town bile. Finder please return to W.
2 deed title to the property involved, or Realty corner Orangeand
where made which is of the best
Central. 2-20-3t one M. Davis, on the corner of Church
the tax list was published five times, summer towns on Lake Michigan; a and West streets. 2-21-3t &Gore
but there were not thirty-five days EXCHANGEWill suitable business for persons having a
intervening between the time the pub- exchange a fine improved farm winter business in the South. Any ESTRAYED-From Lake Conway, a
of 160 acres in Minnesota for a bearing person interested can see interior pho- dark bay mare, thick set, western FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
lication of the list began and the sale
grove not too far from Orlando. tographs of this place, by addressingJ. branded, about eight years old, scar
took place, as required by law. The Describe what you have and address, S. Colvin, Orlando, Fla. 2-4-tf on right shoulder, recently clipped.
' tax deed was therefore held void by "Exchange care Sentinel 2-12-lw Reward. M. Scott, Box 711, Orlando REAL VALUES'LOW PRICES
the court. FOR SALE Fla. 2-22-4t
DASHEENS.The Forty-acre farm, located near Conway I COMPARE
"The'case will probably be appealedto South's substitute for the Irish :Most all under cultivation. WANTED-An experienced Japanesecook
to the supreme court, and the matter potato. Very productive. More Good soil. Public road on two sides. would like position in private
definitely decided by the state's high- yields up to 500 bushels per acre. En- Lake on one corner. Seven acres of family. Inquire at Sentinel office. OUR FURNITUREWe
est tribunal. In. that event, the 'effect dorsed by the Agricultural Depart- orange and grapefruit trees, all in 2-15-10t
ment, Washington D. C. Now is the fine condition. Well fenced.
of the decision will be state- time to j>lant. For seed apply to Also, lots, two minutes walk off LOST-On Monday, pear shaped locket -:. provide the quality furniture that has long
wide. The matter is of much importance P. F. LAUBACH, Orange avenue, filled with fruit trees. with four-leaf clover on one side been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
and a decision from the supreme Orlando, Fla. Apply to W. H. Hazlett, 614 N. Or- and wishbone on other side. On standard of merit. If an article is here it is good

court will be eagerly awaited." EASY MONEY ange avenue, Orlando, Fla. 2-18-lw Wednesday, probably on fair grounds, It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. Wecan'hnake
cut steel shoe buckle. Reward for return -
-Punta Gorda Herald. Don't keep money tied up in things FOR SALE to this office. this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stun

that are useless to when Pure Georgia cane syrup, in any of this business, and that means much to any buyer.MtNEIIL&DAVISBLOCL".
you you
quantity. Also Georgia seed peanuts WANTED-Ladies to bring those
Preparations are already being know that you can easily sell anything of early and late varieties. Will havein combings to us. Don't destroy
made in Miami for the meeting of the, through a Sentinel want ad. few days variety of seed corn; also them. We will make what you want.
Florida State Elks' association, to be I: Surely you have something about the Georgia smoked meat in hams, mid- Come and see our stock and examineour

held there April 6-8, inclusive house, such as furniture dlings and shoulders. Headquartersat work. We invite inspection. If A aid duck Si, Orlufc; Fla.
sewing '
ma- W. R. King's, 47 West Church you haven't the hair we supply it. Cw. Draw
chines, bicycles, phonograph, poultry, street, the cheap cash grocer. : JI.IIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIJJIJJJJ.'Jf'JJ .
Wanan Repairs ud Retires Baby eggs. Derive something from them Yours with thanks,
ferriage oa Oem street IZ-S-tf by Sentinel want ads. "The Georgia Man," combings. Nickolas & Nickolas, 305 -
2-13-tf W. E. POWELL. Garland avenue. 2-19-dw-lm

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!; Kincaid & Snowden's Furniture is durable; Kiacaid & Snowden's Furniture lasts. Kincaid & .
Snowden's Furniture will wear a lifetime--and then stme. Nowhere in the city, or' in tie South, .;

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"EILEEN OF ERIN," Two Reel Domino Comedy.

"THE CHAMPION," Keystone Comedy.



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POINTED PARAGRAPHS. Ladies' hair dressing, massage, NICE HOME FOR SALEA
shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber Bargain for Some Person FOR SALE jMMIilllllil , ., IMMIIMtlilttlMIMtTHE

Husbands, like babies, are easily Shop. 1-2-tf New house in good repair, paintedand
papered, piazza and one screened. S
t spoiled.No Five acres in the lot. Young orange -
Miss the art teacher and grapefruit grove of 325 trees MARKET
Dye, at the
girl cares to be considered a just coming into bearing. 100 peach A New Seven Room
matchless Cathedral school, announces that instruction trees, 8 Japanese persimmon trees,
one. in her department is opento roses and shrubs in front yard. Good House Of Cleanliness
the general public as well as to water. Situated on clay road to Pine I Completely Of Quality
The sugarless candidate mayfail members of the school. Arrangements Castle, near Drennen Station. Also '
to catch the floating vote. 10 acres on the clay road, suitablefor Furnished
may be made for instruction in orange and grapefruit trees or MEATS
art jewelry, including elementary gardening. Any,one wanting a Florida Rented
until Nov.
No artist can paint a selfmademan work in silver, copper and brass. home will do well to call at "Mas- 1st at FISH AND GAME
he thinks he is. sachusetts Villa."
as as
Terms seventy-five cents an hour tf $60 under the best
I A. D. TURNER. per month.Kept sanitary conditions.

:Many a girl who is proud of her
A fine investment Everything screened away from the flies, and kept freshwanting
big hat is ashamed of her big shoes. any one
t To the West and NorthwestVIA a home for next sea and p are.

ceeds When to a fracture man falls all the in love rules he of pro-the - son. meanwhile securing a We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

game. good income on the Invest-- everything in the Meat Line.

The man who has no secrets from
his wife has either no secrets or no SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Location CLOSE IN The PARLOR MARKET

wife. Dixie Dixie I Price $3750

Some folks would look for Lv Orlando, A. C. 1..12:31 Limited.am 3:13pm Flyer.I Lv Orlando SOUTH...ATLANTIC.........;....LIMITED....... 3:13pmAr H. M. Self & Co.
happiness Ar Jacksonville A. C. L.... 6:45am 'I:30 pm Jacksonville ..................... '1:30 pm
with a lantern when the sun is Lv Jacksonville A. C. L... 9:35 am 8:25 pm Lv Jacksonville. A. C. L.*........... 8:15pm .
LT Waycross, A. C. L......11:50 am 10:25pm Lv Waycross A. C. L. .............10: Opm Cooper $ Atha J PINE
shining.It Ar Macop, G. S. &: F....... 5:13pm 4:15 am Ar Macon, G. s. & F. .............. 3:46am STREETGround
At Atlanta, C of Ga...... 8:03 pm 7:25am Ar Atlanta C. of Ga. .............. 1:12am
Ar Knoxville. L. &: N. .12:19 pm Phone
is easy to convince a man that.Ar Chattanooga W. &: A..12:18am 11:55am 'Ar Corbin, L. &: N. ................ '3:16pm Floor Opp. Postoffice No. 80
honesty is the best policy-if it I I Ar Nashville. N. C. &: St. L. 4:50 am 4:30 pm Ar Louisville, L. &; N. .............. 9:00 pm
pays ............ Phone No. 311
better. Ar St Louis I.C. &: 1.&:N. 2:50pm 'I:20 am Indianapolis Pa. L. 1:50 am HtlMtlllMMIiMiMIII
\ Ar Lexington, L. &: N. ............ 6:50 pm
I Ar Hopkinsville L. & N........... 6:27 pm :Ar Cincinanti. L. &: N. ............. 8:50 pm
The average man thinks he has the Ar Evansville L. &: N..... 9:'a am 9:25pm .Ar Kalamazoo G. R. &: L ..........12:20 pm .
I('Ar Terre Haute, C. &: E L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am .Ar Grand Rapids G. R. &: L ....... 2:45pm ., ,
wisdom of Solomon, but his, actions I Ar Chicago. C. &: E. L..... 6:50 pm 6:50 am .Ar-Cleveland(,Big Four ............. 1:15am , MtiMIIIIMIHHillW.
show that he is entitled to another
Solid train, composed of section drawingroom
Solid train, of electric
composed lighted
sleeping cars, observation compartment
ATTENTION, KNIGHTS TEMPLAR can and dining car. between Jacksonville and''drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches -
Chicago, and section, drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and M.
Sir Knights, you are requested to ar between Jacksonville and St Louis. Jacksonville, Louisville ana Indianapolis; SLEMONS
meet at the Asylum of Olivet Com- DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car betwftn Jacksonville and .
mandery at 2 o'clock p. m., Sunday, in Solid train carrying electric lighted compartment I Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between
full observation sleepers, and electhc Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondaysand
uniform '
to attend the funeral:ilightad section drawing-room sleepers. First-
of Sir Knight William Smith. Service (!Iclasa coaches and smoking car. Dining car : Thursdays of each week. Dining car
meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati. New Goods '
church.to be from the First Presbyterian i I ilerv. Arriving 'Daily

SAMUEL: A. JOHNSON, E. C. W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent
W., R. O'NEAL, Recorder. Atlantic Coast Line OrlandoMMHtMMIilMMIIilMIIIIIIIMIIMHIiilMM


Members of Orlando Lodge No. 69, We sell high grade Men's
F. &: A. M., will meet in the :Masonic Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

hall at 2 p. m., Sunday, February 22, made by Schloss Bros, of Baltimore.Boys' "King Quality" Shoes.
to attend the funeral of our late ..@

brother, William Smith. H ,'> ': { f Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
By order of the W. M. l'" Pants and Overalls made by Sweet Orr
jl L. S. THORNTON, Secretary. Dry Goods from H. B. Claflii & Co. d 4

r ODD FELLOWS OllV[. Oil. e & Co. ---.. ,-- Best place in the city to strade.. .-.1

Members of Lodge No. 20, I. 0. 0.
F., are requested to meet in their hall

at 2 p. m., Sunday, February 22, to }
attend the funeral of their departed I IThe M. SLEMONS

brother, William Smith.J. .

H. CLARK, Noble Grand. .
Olive Oil we sell is guaranteed ORANGE AVENUE118888888888888 ''

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS to be absolutely pure, of Virgin Quality ., ,
Welcome Lodge No. 9, Knights of and is made from Selected Olives 1111I11111111111111I

Pythias, are requested to meet in
grown on the Italian Riviera. Thisis
their hall.at.2 p. m., Sunday, February -
22, to attend the funeral of their the finest grade of Olive Oil possible WIMP '

deceased brother, William Smith. to produce, therefore highly
O/L/ :
0. N. LARSON, C. C. for medicinal and table I I I ' ===e

SOMETHING NEWA use. 11111111111.111.
smoothing iron that burns coal
oil. Quick heater; no danger. A Per Pint, 50 cents. '

sound, sane, safe and serviceable I ',.'
Per Quart, $1.00.
economic household ,
necessity. Call __ '
tion.at Model Grocery and get demonstra 2-22-3t Per Gallon, $3.50. ,." '-. Orlando

Word comes from Miami that never \ /ater &
before in the history of that city has Light-.OO

there been as many tourists there as

at the present time. Almost daily ,
l the trains arrive with two or three Electricity
extra cars.

Gasi- Water
Notice is hereby given that the City
of Orlando, Florida,will on January 1, Office
1915, pay off with interest to that :--No, |J8 West CentralfAvenue .

date, bonds numbered 7, 8, 9, 10, 19 DeLaney & AbernethyDRUGGISTS _,.
and 20 of
the City of Orlando seven .
per cent. }bonds, issued July 1, 1892, Telephone jNo.; 6 ---
according to the provisions made for ,
redemption in said bonds. -
Dated February 11, 1914- ORLANDO, FLORIDA.ItllllHiltlllllllllMHIHIIH.

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agency was engaged in bringing to #
.ight further details. ". .
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The official report of Benton's ., i ';: :' -.:'
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death came yesterday through Thom- ..

f illfSTATE"BANKOf ORlAND 0 is Juarez.D. Edwards Almost, American immediately consul Gen.at 'illSllTORS(

: Francisco Villa and' staff hurriedly

i H H left Juarez for Chihuahua. Consul '
yd'IIA'trdl'' h f I Edwards watched close at the station ; And Residents

hoping to catch a glimpse of

Benton or any American prisoner,
I I .? but saw none. That there.was a real Lock your valuables in our vault ,_=

-J.," court martial in Benton's case none "'

Jl" of this side of the border pretend to during tlio Fair vewill care for }
believe. It was known that Benton

!' LONG ESTABLISHED started for Villa's headquarters to them :for yon y/iili pleasure muliviilioni -

:i SAFLCONSERVATIVfA000MMODATINGThe voice a protest against the repeated === .
J -- raiding on his ranch in Chihuahua by : =-
L cilar. -
the Mexican rebels. Here, at least, o ==--.'.
i the killing of Benton has wiped out '
Number of Robberies whatever confidence was felt in Vil :

.} la's promises. Fi1 '
These and other disclosures in the --- --
shows how important it is to place your valuables -<
Benton case speedily crystallized pub- I "IALSA
beyond the reach of theft. lic sentiment and a mass meeting of ) _

Our vault gives you the best protection-it is protest took place. Former Governor 1
Curry of New Mexico, outlined the PLEASURET015E1WX

i not only Burglar Proof but Fire Proof purposes and resolutions were adopted .

Sale Deposit Boxes for rent $1.00 and up per with a shout They characterizedas Ii :
"cold blooded and heartless" the =.-
year. assassination of Benton, charged that
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the state department had "persistently 'y1J =
suppressed facts concerning true .= .
conditions in Mexico," and declared I 4
THE STATE BANKOFORLANDO that "at the present moment our gov- 4

t't't' ,.. ernment is harboring Gen. Ynez Sa- =
lazar, who has committed outrages I

against our people," as well as Max- Ut4 Sta DelltCflT7)) \
imo Castillo, for many months head
of a bandit band in northern Mexico.
Villa was denounced in strong terms.
The clash between cavalrymen and

ir. Mexicans occurred last night shortly
'111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111. after Capt. Harry Cootes had received

__ ___ word that filibusters might attemptto
KNIGHTS TEMPLAR WILL CONFER YESTERDAY'S rush his barracks. After exchanging I 1 I I I hily i I nal v NI'Illul ij IIII I I'I II it li i II h',II!IIIh I RACES
I rl III III ;I III I I 7 h'f Iii i d nl I ' I I III I J ,
II I I II II j I I I I I''II hlli 'lhilh I il q'' Ij l h I II I f ept IN I lull II a r
DEGREES a few shots in which two Mexicans II IIII''I6 I t.,IH II I I,I I 1 nllht II? ii. I!i,h I!!I ,, ,'.I I III I 1 I I t I IIIIIiI IJ II I I NII, 'llXplil h :; I jlllCa I i'Il il II II ! I I,
The free for all was won in three I were wounded the other intruders I

Olivette Commandery No. 4 will straight heats by Lawton, each heat escaped. Mrs. Sarah Jane Baker, the first ===[01 I
confer the Red Cross and Temple degrees being well contested by Tom Riley. woman married on the island of Key 1 0 CUi]
R Thursday. The work in the Best time, 2:16. Benton Threatened Villa and Latter West, died recently from the effectsof

first will begin at 4 o'clock in the The one mile running race was won Had Him Shot a fall she received several days .
afternoon. Supper will be served in by Lou Linier. I Washington, Feb. .-White.Housi
She was born ninety years ago
the hall at 6 o'clock, and the Temple The quarter mile dash was won by officials stated today that the reports on ago.Indian Key, Florida straits, and
degree will be taken up after supper.A Ruby Hill. from General Villa and his friends the B
there were only two houses on I
number of visitors from other There have been race meets where declared William S. Benton, British I island when she moved to Key West
i towns are expected. The candidates more horses entered, and i oetter meets ranchman, was executed because he

will come from St. Cloud, Oakland all round, as a matter of course, but entered Villa's camp armed and The Bethesda mission, a rescue
i; and Winter Garden and visiting I I in all the races of the fair .week there threatened the life of the constitu- home for unfortunate girls in Jack-

Knights will be in Orlando from De were at least two horses that really tionalist commander.In sonville, is to be considerably im

Land, Pal atka and possibly other raced all the way through and made view of this latest report there proved. At.a recent meeting held at

places. the events interesting. Senator W. was a disposition at the White House the First Presbyterian church in that f
M. horse Tom to await full investigation before expressing -
Igou's Riley, put upa city great enthusiasm was aroused in
s AWARDS'FOR SCHOOL EXHIBITSThe an opinion. It stated
; fine race against the winner in yes- was this work and a large sum was contributed -
t terday's free for all. Mr. Igou was that Great Britain was holding in to improve the situations. .
following awards were made present and witnessed the races.. He abeyance any representations pend- I

% te the several schools: remarked after the first heat that his ing the completion of a report on the I In all probability Tallahassee will

Fort Christmas-Drawing. horse had not gotten off his feet in affair by the American government. soon have a big canning plant A I

Maitland-Geography, maps. a break before during the season un- Late official dispatches to the state representative of one of the largest
St. Cloud-Physiology and relief til yesterday. If it hadn't been for department containing Villa's versionof canning and preserving establish-

maps. this he would probably have been the the affair were brought to the ments in this country spent several
If want watcH that
Longwood-History tree. first under the wire. White House but a complete accountof you a you
days in the Capital City looking into be of
can proud a
Lockhart-Complete exhibit Dr. D. B. Wienenga's Ban Starr the killing, as personally explained the advisability of locating such a cany
I Daytona public school-Color work to Consul Edwards, is on its by D D
ran a pretty race against Linier. way plant in that city. He was very favorably WalthamWatchThe
r in primary grades. Ban Starr's work during the series mail. impressed with things.In ?
DeLand-Art and color work. was the subject of much favorable Official dispatches from the Amer- Waltham has been awarded

Oakland and Winter Garden-Orig- comment from the grand stand, and ican consular reports say, further, communication received here highest honors at every International t
inality and design of note books in the class of the horse was well estab that Villa claims Benton came to him from Gen. Bennett H. Exposition and has taken
yesterday Gold Medal offered in
agriculture and physiology.St lished.It armed and that during the course ofa Young, commander in chief of the H America every since 1875.

Joseph's AcademyLiterarywork is enough to say for the winners long argument and quarrel, Benton Confederate Veterans, who was at the *
and the raised to shoot but "Ifs TiN You Ownti a WaW a&
especially note books. that a disarmed
they got the first money. gun was time in Baltimore, Md, May 6, 7 and .
y Orlando public school-Most com- and a trial by a military court Don't buy a wttci before talkirg
8 were confirmed as the official daysof with us. Complete luort-
plete exhibit; for design of booklet ALTAMONTE SPRINGS followed. the twenty-fourth annual reunion ment of. WtltUa Watclea ia tHgrades.

covers; history, maps, biology collection Villa takes the position that a for- here of the United Confederate Vet-

:i and essays in English. Altamonte Springs, Feb. 21.-The eigner who threatened the life of a erans. A short while ago requestswere Allen & Co.
r military officer is subject to no im- ,
tourist hotel under the managementof filed and acted upon favorably
z FOURTEEN LIFE SAVERS LOST the proprietors, G. E. Bates & Son, munity or the rights ordinarily extended changing the date from April 29, 30 JEWELERS 1{

I is now filled to its capacity with to non-combatants. and May 1 to May 6, 7 and 8.-Times-
Queenstown, Ireland, Feb. 2L- I Announcement that Benton net Guaranteed. f J
guests from the Northern latitudes, Union of 19th. Everything ,
Fourteen life savers were drowned where death in Juarez after a court martial .
and ice and ;
snow zero weather ---- I Reliable Repairing.
when they went out from Rethard to and ordered by Villa was made today by Theater
many degrees below abound, who The Republic company,i
rescue the crew of the Norwegian can not realize that this is winter in Secretary Bryan, who said he had no composed of prominent men of Jack-i
? bark Mexico driven the rocks further details. His informationcame ..
on :
Florida been organized
where the'evergreen ; sonville, has recently f .
near the Saltee islands, Wexford, last in a dispatch from Consul Ed- I
.. citrus trees loaded with golden fruit in that city and will in June com-
night Two life boats answered the wards at Jaurez, who said he had
peeping out from among the dark mence the erection of a $100,000 motion -
distress call of the Mexico, bound 'I read the court martial proceedings and vaudeville theater.
green foliage and beautiful roses and picture
4 from Laguna, Mexico to Falmouth. which were mailed to bn
nature flowers of brilliant hues flour- Washington. The new structure will be located on . leD
t The first' to reach her was stove in ish without protection everywhere Secretary Bryan communicated the south side of Forsyth street, be- clO.
but the life savers were able to abound. It certainly is a revelationto Consul Edwards' latest message to tween Laura and Main streets. Those

'' scramble on board the wrecked Mexico -* them. Out of door sports of every Sir Cecil Spring-Rice, the British am- interested in the project state they CHINESE 'WERE MASSACRED
where they remained all bassador, and instructed Consul Ed-
nightWhen build the finest motion pic-
,x description are indulged in by both intend to
the crew of the bark and the old and young to their hearts' content wards to demand adequate protec- ture theater in the South. The build- Peking, China, Feb. 21.-Thirteen :

life boat men landed safely on one of Altamonte Springs does not claim the tion and a fair hearing for Gustave ing will be a magnificent one constructed -I hundred men, women and children : Supree Auto ml
the islands today they found that the distinction of city, but does claim the Bauch, an American citizen for whose of reinforced concrete and I were massacred by the bandits led by ..
? second life boat had sunk with her distinction of being the winter homeof safety in Jaurez grave apprehensionhas steel. "White Wolf' when they sacked
fi crew of fourteen men. been felt. Friends of Bauch in
f', many distinguished families who Lieuanchow, province of Nganwei, on
spend the winter months in this de- El Paso have telegraphed to Representative'"Smith Word comes from Quincy that aftera January 29. On that occasion they The oil that has ,

THE DOLLS WON AT THE FAIR lightful climate. of Texas, that he had stormy meeting of the city council I murdered Father Rich, a French stood the '
. supreme
. . - - been_ shot as a .. No. report has .
The midwinter fair held in Orlandois - n ---- -- spy - --- held there a few days ago, Chief Jesuit missionary, and captured and
The large dolls won at a stand on the source of much satisfaction for been received at the state departmentof Fred Ahlers, one of the most efficient held two other foreigners for ransom. test
the fair grounds by throwing rings the production from the soil and the the disappearance of the other two and fearless fire fighters in the South- An army of 5,000 Chinese troops is

over a high hat perched on the head unequalled climate is also a revela- Englishmen' Lawrence and Curtis, ern States, was dismissed from dutyon now converging on "White Wolf's"strongly THAT: -
of a large Teddy bear, have gaineda tion to the thousands of visitors to who were said to have gone to Jaurezto account of the fact that he failedto entrenched position in the f
great popularity and are sold at south search for Benton. the recent fire at the
Florida and hundreds are selecting show up at vicinity of Chengyankwan, further to t
inflated prices by some of the lucky I both permanent and winter Ellis store. Chief Ahlers had many the north in the same province. ;
winners. Every young lady who homes in which Altamonte Springs, in PEOPLE PLEASED WITH NEW duties and the sympathy of the peo- "White Wolf" has a force 'of 6,000 Goo Gulf Gasoline !

hasn't one is envious of those fortunate Seminole county, is considered the TIME FOR STREET CLEANING ple in that town generally seems to bandits, half of whom,are armed with
4 enough to possess one. It is most desirable location. be with him in this unfortunate af- modern rifles.

reported that a young lady actually Superintendent of Streets Bennettis fair. Chief Ahlers was for a long Opinion is expressed here that un-
shed some briny tears at the failureto receiving compliments time one of the most efficient fire I less the opportunity is seized of ex-
Preparations are complete for the many upon i
obtain one. The young man who fighters on the Tampa department terminating "White Wolf' and his
annual Washington birthday ball to the cleaning of the brick streets be- :
originated the idea" is making money be given at the Hotel Royal Poin- tween midnight and dawn. The street under the reign of gallant Chief Harris -!. followers, they will form another re- fP.G.WAlTONAgt.PHONES .
"hand over fist, as he doubtless deserves ciana at Palm Beach. This big event superintendent says he has been able who died several years ago. bellion. Government troops, however,

for an original venture. of the Palm Beach season will be to do much better work, and the This is the season of the year when show a strong disinclination to get to 450-269

held on Monday night, the 23rd, as I streets have presented a better appearance the average politician gets busy look- close quarters with the bandits.

; The success of your employer is the 22nd falls on Sunday this year. since he put on his midnightcrew. ing after his fences and incidentally 111111111111111111111111.
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