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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: February 24, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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-' THE PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF' THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENS


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

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VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1914. NUMBER 12.ELECTRIC .

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ORD'I''ASHEVItEE'I MAN BUYS M'DANIl[ GIRL l TAKEN[ f FROM KIDNAPPER[ '

LINE BETWEEN ANf RI1 AIN ORDERS INVESTIGATION f Of f

HOME ON IVANIIOE E NOT CHILD Of DR. WINTERS[ S SBut




AND KISSIMMEE AGAIN AGITATEDi 0 Will Move and. McDaniel His-Family Will Here Build in Fall 'of Mystery Child Taken Still From MURDER BV y REBEL f lllA


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Another Home -
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Kidnapper
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NOW PROPOSED THAT FOUR NEGRO[ CONLEY[{ ON tTRIAl fOR [ Will BEAM\ CONSUL AT GALVESTON OR-

1 The H. C. McDaniel home the
on Memphis, Feb. 23.-Dr.
MEN PUT UP THE REQUIRED COMPLICITY IN MURDER[ north shore of Lake Ivanhoe was sold ters, of Newcastle, Ind., LIGHTS DERED TO CONDUCT

f CAPITAL yesterday to W. H. Westall, a wealthy home tonight after a INQUIRY JUAREZ

sas to identify the girl
Interest in Frank Case Revived by citizen of Asheville, N. C. posed to be his daughter Takes Town

PRODUCER Hearing Against Alleged Accessory Mr. Westall is a friend of C. E. napped over a year ago, Residents SENATE[ IITHEM T I HAND

WOULD BE TRADE in Crime Graham, a resident of Orlando, and it ing proved futile as the

was through him that he became interested his daughter.

ENHANCEMENT IN VALUES AND Atlanta, Ga., Feb. 23.-Interest in in this city. He came to Orlando Although greatly it differently is AND DEMAND INFORMATION OF

a few days ago on a visit, and Winters said the movement for
THE STATE DEPARTMENT
IN TRADE FOR the murder of, Mary Phagan, 14-year-
INCREASE
made him the
for which Leo :M. lost no time in securing a residence more most towns the
old factory girl, CONCERNING THIS AND
BE his daughter and he
WOULD
ORLANDO here. He will take possession in the to the principal
Frank' is under death sentence, was the search until she was OTHER AFFAIRS
in Orlando the
REPAID IN YEAR fall and :Mr. McDaniels will live
revived by the prospect that James The identity of the not only
there; until that time. into the hands of the
would be placed trial here but the
t Conley on streets Feb. 23.-Great Brit-
Washington
; All projects have their season of It is the intention of Mr. McDan- about as great a mystery ,
well will be
being
today on charge an accessoryto
before being accomplished, iels to build another home, but he rounding the Winters ain expects the United States to deal
agitation lamp post.
the crime. Conley, a negro sweeper has not yet decided upon the location. Stewart, the aged man with the killing of Wm. S. Benton, a
and with this as a truism for prefaceit at the factory where the girl was post submitted
The consideration, while not made session the child
was British subject, by the rebel general
stated without more ado which Frank was dis
be murdered and of was
may public, is understood to have been in in jail at Huntsville' ,
electric line between testified at the lat- window of V. Villa.
that the proposed superintendent the neighborhood of $20,000. has told nothing of how
be- ter's trial that he had helped disposeof and excited This demand was made by the Brit-
and Sanford is
Kissimmee have her. The child is.
Mary Phagan's body after Frank were placed at ish foreign office on the state depart-
between several of the local authorities
agitated again .
ing local capitalists, and it is confidently lad killed her.Publication S SPffR MAKES[ flAT DENIAL[ l Of be returned to Water men for com-the ment today. It is expected that decisive -
of two affidavits charging -
Huntsville mothers have steps will be taken to protectthe

believed that tangible results will fol- conspiracy to produce false evi- ,All CHARGES[ AGAINST HIM cation for her and she, avowed its lives and property of foreignersin
but in due two of the posts
low-perhaps not speedily, dence against Frank, and alleged to to some good family.
Mexico the outcome of this af
Central as
on ave-
course of time. have been sworn to by witnesses

{ "The thing can be done easily against him at his trial, added a new Grievance of Persons May Be Foundin placed an fair.

said local capitalist angle to the mystery surrounding the I CAPITAL STOCK Of [ there were many It is also said that the senate com
easily enough, a Cases Professionally Rep- :Mr. Charles
"and four men could do it. factory girl's death. One of,these, ac- mittee on foreign relations will take
yesterday, resented by Them' and
There are four men right here in Or- credited to Alfred McKnight, a ne- REDUCED[ [ of Lucerne a hand Wednesday, and demand of

lando who could easily put up $25,000 gro, alleges that the story of Frank'smovements circled with the state department publicity con-
that could be on the day of the murder, Macon, Ga., Feb. 23.-In his brief
each, and the mileage to know if the the of Benton and oth-
cerning killing
witness for filed before Judge Emory
built with this could be bonded for told by McKnight as a congress Attitude of Federal
and equip the state, was untrue, and had been Speer, against whom action for impeachment as to furnishing er affairs in Mexico which it has
enough more to complete ward Holding
this section
about prepared by a white man. The other has been brought alleging as been withholding.
the road. It would require
to Have Caused blocks. Mr.
affidavit, alleged to have been swornto gross misconduct, makes a sweeping
$500,000 to do this. Secretary Bryan told Sir Arthur
by Mrs. Nina Formby, who gave denial of. all the charges and enters were willing
"The reason why the enterprise has the of few of the Conn. and installation. Spring-Rice, the British ambassador,
evidence to the police during explanation a cases Bridgeport, ,
never succeeded so far is because it preparation of the case against Frankis tited by his accusers. special meeting of the infor- today that Villa was justified in or-

hasn't been properly handled. them-The said to charge illegal manipulationof Before answering the specific the Atlantic Coast line was ready to dering the execution of Benton.

men who are actual investors should out evidence against'the young factory charges made against him, Judge Connecticut, here, it was wherever the I The British ambassador received
selves are the men who go pay for the
superintendent. Speer, in his brief, denies accusationsthat voted to reduce the I
and sell the stock. It would be easy authority from the foreign office of
Attorneys for Frank refused todayto he was ever guilty of being ty- I $17,640,000 to $8,820,000 I
enough for these four men to buy up his government to have the British
; discuss the two alleged affidavits. rannical, dictatorial, partisan and arbitrary tribute from the assets post was gener
property along the line of the pro- consul at Galveston at
while on the bench. In sub- pany in exchange for to be of white proceed once

posed road and turn it over within a stantiating this denial the jurist sub- about half of its holding 91-2 feet high to Juarez and conduct an investigation -
and than make their money TANK SCHOONER HAD HARD TIME[
more S H
year mits photographic copies of letters mon stock of the top, and at cor- of the killing.

back. from several legal organizations of Railroad company. be suspended
IN R ROUGH WATERS
it would be an easy
"Moreover Georgia, other bodies and prominent Henry Walters,

matter to secure $25,000 worth of him for company, presided, and congressional'S which the
persons, endorsing appoint- pea f FRAMING f FEDERAL[ COMMISSION
stock subscriptions on Orange avenue ment to the United States circuit of the stock was of the idea is
Battered and Had Sails and
among the business and professionalmen. Was court of appeals. Atlantic Coast Line Bill WAS TAKEN[ UP
Any merchant on the street Masts Torn From Her of Connecticut
pany
Referring to the Jamison habeas
could well afford to buy a thousand in Passage stock in the Atlantic
corpus case, in which he was reversedby OPEN MEET-
dollars worth of stock. He would get
road last June
: the United States supreme court, company 'CHURCH Part of Trust Legislation Recommended 4
it back in increased trade in a year'stime.
of This
Lewes, Del., Feb. 23.-Battered by Judge Speer holds that the case was $36,072,000. by the President Is

heavy seas, the five-masted tank not reversed on its merits, but be- per cent of the Given Attention
"Just think of the opportunity. The schooner Kineo with her crew of eleven cause the plaintiff had not exhaustedhis stock. In addition the for the ben-

line would be the connecting link be- for whose safety grave fears had remedies in the state courts. held $157,000 of the fund of the new

tween water traffic at Kissimmee and been felt,, has reached a haven hereunder A stock. The held next Sun- Washington, Feb. 23.Work of
Charges that the estate of ColonelW.
water traffic at Sanford. The amountof tow of the tug Adkins Hughes.The voted today reduced the usual service drafting an interstate trade commis-
.
A. Huff, of. Macon, was unfairlyheld
transportation business to be con- schooner was leaking badly and the Connecticut who is sion bill for the administration trust
in bankruptcy and its assets dissipated -
trolled in a short time is immense, to 'her crewf tired out from their long road to 27 per cent, or committee, program was undertaken today'by a
by him, are answered by the
say nothing of the enhancement in struggle.The controlling interest will tell of the house commerce sub-committee. Rep-
counter claim that the finally
values along the line and at the ter- Kieno seventy days out from property While no statement far in securing resentative Covington of Maryland,
was sold for $31,000 more than
minals. this effect, it is believed at the Bap- the chairman, was ready with data
Port Arthur, had had an exciting Colonel, Huff claimed it was worth.
"Somebody's going to do it soon, cruise. She put into Nassau three Judge Speer submits statistics intended pose of the action on were all well at- compiled after a careful study of the

and the men who have been think Atlantic Coast Line several acces- subject, examination of various bills
weeks with sails and her
,\ ago gone to show that he conducted bank-
ing about it and talking it for so long cargo of crude oil shifted. After ruptcy cases carefully and econom comply with the already introduced and a conferencewith
will certainly lose a great chance if federal authorities President W son.
making repairs the schooner set out ically. ,He denies that bankruptcy

they don't get busy with it." again, only to encounter more storms admission in his district was so ex- companies of this nature.Bolted THREAT TO Views of the president, who has indicated -

There have been no evident'results farther up the coast and she sent out pensive for creditors that they were MEXICO that the trade commission bill

the conference held The steamer of is first in importance among the pro-
from private car distress signals. City willing to battle on almost any terms

several weeks ago between Mr. J. H. Atlanta got within signaling dis- rather than go into court. "FREE[[ SILVER"[ [ [ [ William S. Ben- posed measures, are expected to pre- .

Woodward, the steel }king, of Bir- tance but the schooner's crew electedto vail in the bill when the subcommittee -
The jurist replies to the accusation DENVER[ [ AT J by General] it. It is proposed to have
mingham, and a party of Orlando stay by her and the revenue cut- that he wrecked the Central of Geor- reports
I statement
business men, with th eproposed elec- ter Onondaga was sent to her aid. gia railroad in 1892 by an alleged World corre only big business subject to the juris-
tric line as the subject of considera- After a protracted but futile hunt the diction of the trade commission but
"midnight order" it into
throwing
the on February 15:
Republican how limit shall be fixed
remains
tion. : cutter put back to fill her bunkers, a an
bankruptcy, by the assertion that he with the Span-
then set out again and searched the sequently Went to open question.The .
saved the road from being absorbedby have been called
seas without result Senate as a president has suggested the
LILLIPUTIAN LADIES WILL ARRIVE the Richmond & Danville railroad In the case of

TODAY FOR CONCERT Meanwhile, a tremendous storm Judge Speer denies that he has etaken Huerta's difficulty of framing a limitation in

swept up the coast and mariners ex- ever committed an illegal act with regard Denver, Colo., Feb. is jus twhat I terms of dollars and that it might be

pressed fear that the Kineo could not to drawing juries and claims I Moore Teller, former impracticable to exempt all concerns
The Misses Adams, two midget sis- under
survive. However she gamely kept $5,000,000 capitalization from
that his, every action is sanctioned by I and for more than thirty
will arrive today for the enter- foreigners too the
ters, the and the commission's inquisitorial
pow
up fight yesterday the federal statutes governing the States senator from .
tainment of readings and music which i mercy. For- ers.
Hughes picked her off Rehobeth
up conduct of judges. i here this morning. Mr.
will be given by them at the Orlando Del. She will be towed to Providence. In was eighty-three by a terrible Some of the main provisions likelyto
reply to nepotism charges involving years in Mexican
The
house
opera tonight appearanceof be embodied
ill for two and in the subcommittee'sdraft
will A. H. Heyward, his son-in- years of any one who
the little ladies on the streets i
of the
It NOBODY RESPONSIBLE FOR SAT. law, and member of the law firm of: not unexpected. of the revolu- bill, it was understood,
be awaited with interest by many. I would
has been announced that they will ap- URDAVS AUTO ACCIDENT Talley & Heyward, the jurist flatly Henry M. Teller was without warn- require:

pear for a while in the window of: asserts that such accusations are un-! "original silver That all corporations, joint stock

McCulloch's department store. This true and says that the appointments I the Republican national companies and corporate combinations -

in he for hear- in every case were made by the ref- St Louis in 1896 subject to the terms of the bill
will be probably the afternoon.The Although appeared a
in He adds that he I with the Hayes-Tilden con- annually report all information
4 little ladies were induced to come ing before the police court yesterday eree bankruptcy. agree gold required -
was contingentnever I of the platform and ran always took a statements and records of their-
to Orlando by the Ladies' Aid Societyof morning there had been no charge of
the Baptist church. It was neces- filed against E. W. Lagerroth, who ruled on a case where the fee! senate in Colorado as and anything organization, bond holders and stock

sary for them to make a guarantee was driving the car which struck and The brief says "certain individuals silver Republican. He monetary holders, business practices and rela-

in order to secure this attraction, and seriously injured Mrs. Sallie R. Sauf- I have given testimony that Judge and after serving that / of the first de tions to other concerns of the same '

it is hoped that the entertainment fley Saturday afternoon. No action Speers decisions were unfair. It will ver Republicans in life champion of class and answer specifically all ques-

will be liberally patronized, not onlyon was taken against the driver or the be an easy task to turn to the record with the Democrats was un- tions the commission may ask at any .

this account but because of its ex policeman, who wad alleged by some and precisely locate the occasion and returned to the senate time. ..

cellent merit, of which there are nu- to have been responsible for the accident cause for the calumny and discover a Democrat. He served the senate to That failure to comply within thirty I-

merous press notices from all partsof Mrs. Sauffley, who was takento that every important detractor was such and retired in 1903. cabinet as days of the required time be '

the country. The prices' are \hirty- Christ's sanitatum, was resting the professional advocate and repre- He sprang to the ; but he left deemed a misdemeanor, subject to a i

five cents for adults and fifteen cents last night. It is believed that she sentative of evils which it had been affairs almost at once 1885 to re-enter fine of not exceeding $1,000 for every .. }

for children. will recover. the purpose of congress to annul. a leading part in the I day of failure to
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WRITES FROM SOUTH. ;
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L. W. Hole Tells of His Trip To FlorIda :
and What He Saw When I MONTGOMERY MOTION Grand T1btatrt] '
He Arrived. :
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: L W. Hole, of Ridgefarm, who is : IRONS S : ,-' :" '..,,:If
: in Florida, writes to the Commercial-
News of his trip and of what he saw : '
J upon his arrival. His letter follows: : Look! Listen *
Leaving the.North. Danville, 111., I
last week, being the first trip to the I "W7E have just received a ship
Southland, I was pleased to learn the I ment of the latest style of ,
great progress the South has made in : Special Feature Tonight Shakespeare'sFarce
its growth and business world, during I "GAS IRONS" ,
the last fifteen years. Indications :
point that it is fast forging to which we are placing on the market Comedy
the front. As we entered Tennessee :
a fine looking gentleman taking passage I FOR $3.00 EACH
at one of its stations, stated he :
"The Taming of the Shrew"A
was proud of his state, as it was the I
last of the Southern states to secede : They are absolutely guaranteed to be
fifty-three years ago, and the first 1 to I perfectly safe and at the same time inexpensive *
re-enter the union forty-eight years : to operate. They cost only Shakespearean classic produced with a superb cast of ;
{ ago. Since then the state has prosI 1.3 as much to operate as an electric
pered. : iron and are much easier to handle.Call Photo Players in three parts. Don't fail to see this literary treat. ;
Agriculture is the leading industry
while the mining of coal andiron : at the office and MC one duranstratcd.ORNDO .
manufacturing is rapidly growing I Also a special Vitagraph reel featuring Norma Talmadge and .
Stock raising is extensively carried I Leo DeLaney in '
on. Arriving at Nashville i was at : J
: tracted by the handsome and well- "
"An Elopement at Home.
built city. It is one of the principal :
railroad centers of the South. In the
the Cumberland river is crossed : RATER & LIGHT C
city
MR. BILLY SHIRLEY is retained for
another
week
by a suspension bridge, also a railroad ! I by popular request, +
I draw bridge to suburb of Edge- : and has arranged some special songs for each night this week.
field. A citizen was enthusiastic in I
Gas Department
speaking of its educational features: :
claiming their public school system I Don't fail to bring the children to see this Shakespearean masterpiece.
was the best in the South, having 8 I"IMIimMiimtlMtttlMMHiMMMMtliMimiMi ,
universities, normal colleges, etc. -
-
structure, built of lime stone. The
: capital building is an imposing structure I Children lOc Adults 20c !
built of limestone. The penitentiary
u and lunatic asylum are located .
a
o there. They claim a population

of east 111,O.the Going state capital 150 miles we south were Continuous Performance from 3:30: to 10 P. M. 4

'placed' at Chattanooga, having a
t population of about 50,000. Duringthe ; "

ing Civil near War the there city. was The much battle fight of a : MlllillllMllililiMMMtlMililiiMMIIIIfHIMiMM *MMItltillliiMMMMM::" 'Itttttttt*////// / / /

Chickamauga. Two memorable days, -
by the old-timers, fifty-one years ago For Economy and
in November. This battlefield is now Just arrived car load purchase -
the National Park. An aged citizen
; says that about 9,000 Confederates FORDS for immediate W RIG H l' P'' power of your monREALTY&SBBDCO -
killed while the '
: out of 34,000 were
Federals lost over 5,000, out of 60,000 delivery.Get FOR REAL ESTATE ey, Try Wright's" F armThat8
.
f men. In passing through Georgia,
Business
and
Our Garden ,
Seeds.
in
.. learned her chief cereal was Indian
corn, planting it about the same acreage yours nowF. Orlando Florida bulk. j
"Motto"
as cotton. Also raise oats, Quantity !
peanuts, wheat, sweet potatoes and
RUSH
G. and
watermelons. The cotton is tended Quality.

by stock negro is farmers.raised. Very In politics small,amountof Demo Phone 226ABOUT Fresh Eggs 29C doz. Best Creamery Butter lb

crats control the state, seven years Sweet Milk 13C qt. Ice 5oc 100 Ibs., Limes 19c doz.
ago state passed a prohibition law. At Fresh .
Sweet Milk Butter Milk
oc pint IDC
Atlanta was informed it was largest qt.
city in state with a population of r Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Present" delivered by Express .

about prosperous 155,000. city It is, having a progressiveand healthy o (;charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.

equable climate. During the war the
city was partly destroyed. During t 340 Acres Good Land
past 49 years has speedily rebuilt.
The last few years here prosperityhas

dred been and uninterrupted.three miles southeast One hun of 40 acres: under fence 200 good orange trees, two story house, barn

capital Atlanta of we Bibb were county ushered, Macon.into The the best of water, three lakes. Snap bargain sale '

city stands among forest clad hills at
head of navigation. Large quantitiesof
cotton shipped from.this point. The .
trip to Jacksonville was a delightful UliilllMIIIM 1111111111111111111111111111111'
one. As we were whirled through the HIMMillillili
streets of the city we were shown the .


roads Chicago wide enter of, well the the city.shaded.South.There The Five are streetsare rail-over FOUNTAIN PENSThere ORlANDO BANK & TRUST I COMPANY A Y

: 300 factories. The city had a disastrous are plenty of good fountain pens in

fire 13 years ago, destroying a the market and unfortunately there is also a
large part of the city, which was
f founded 98 years ago. The city was supply of poor ones. We have" yet to see a Orlando Florida.
named for Andrew Jackson. We are f
'
basking in sunshine in the land of better self-filling than the Conklin,
flowers, being cooled by delightful 1.and have never sold a better one of the other Condition at the close of business December 31, 1913
sea breezes from the Gulf, making it
remarkably healthy.Horticulture type than Moore's Non-Leakable. We Sell both RESOURCESLoans

seems to be Here one of fruits the '.rinds on an absolute guarantee of "your money and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $403,080.10

most profitable pursuits.had fresh Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . .. ... . . . . 362.37
be
and vegetables can every back if want it. A good fountainpen
month in the year. For a time we you Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26,018.33
will be entertained in Orlando, a '. has come to be almost a necessity to every Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . . . . . .'. 200,916.57Banking

progressive and beautiful city with a businessman or woman. If you have none, House, Furniture and Fixtures . . . 25,974.87
population of 10,000. Commercial activities -
are brisk in all business af- or have one that is unsatisfactory, let us
fairs, climate delightful. It is the $656,382.24
show the sort.
county seat of Orange county, surrounded you guaranteed LIABILITIES

N. by 13 beautiful lakes and Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000.00
fine Citizens orange from groves.Northern states have W. S. BRANCH, Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . ...'. 35,214.86

greatly aided in building up Orlando, Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 521,167.38
making it the most beautiful city in, The Arcade Book and Music Store
the state for one of its population. $656,382.21
The occupants of the homes vie with
each other in yard and parkage deco-
rations. The yards beguile you with Deposits on Dec. 31, 1912 . . . . . . . . . $489,971.68
bright yellow oranges and kumquats.In lllilttlMIIBiMlttlllllilttttlttMtlttttllttltitttSeveral Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . . . . . . $521,167.38
front yards are placed the giant I

ferns and trailing jasmine, intoxicating : Increase . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . 31,195.70The
; with its fragrant odor as we I
Northern chaps walk leisurely the : officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust
streets peeking into the wide park-I M Sacrifice Price Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and
ages thick with oaks, cedars and pal- : w a friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement.The .

mettos.It is noted the artistic bungalows, : management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects
: cottages, which are built from architectural the conservative, sane and progressive methods employed in
plans brought to Orlando r r this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and r
from different parts of the country @ strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in health-
The trend citizens.is for higher ideals withOrlando rr ; ful statements to its patrons.

been able to find M. M. SMITH, PresidentW.
Have not any
t howlers. The Several choice lots for immediate sale. Located just
S knockers or calamity united. God M. DAVIS, Vice-President C. E. NOLAN, Cashier
wonderfully
citizens are J one lot off Magnolia avenue on Concord avenue. Improved -
made the country, but God and man r

v* have made Orlando the beautiful city | with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest ************************
of Florida, where one can bask in
glorious sunshine. The subtropical locations in Orlando.
mid-winter exposition and horse racing
; '. ; opened Tuesday morning for 5 WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES MttmiitiiiiiiimittiiiiiiiMiiiiiMimnmin
r days. Four counties have joined The Price is
RightEstale'Co
AND DO ALL KINDS OF "
the best
hands to make it expositionever
ctfven in the state. OPTICAL REPAIRING A Doll's House
All incoming trains bring large

and numbers business to Orlando.men have The decorated citizens One of Ibsen's Strongest and Best Known Plays

their homes and business houses. The k Will Be Given by the
whole city is a flutter. The weather r
j j is beautiful. It will be a gala week. rl n R M R t t Rollins School of Expression,


l' SOMETHING NEWA DR. L H. RAMSDELL In Lyman Gymnasium, Winter Park, Wednesday J

: oil.A smoothing Quick heater iron; that no danger.burns coal A ,Phone 504 Watkins Block JMMIMMMM OPTOMETRIST Evening, :March 4th, 1914, at 8:15 o'clock.

: sound, sane, safe and serviceable Successor to Dr. 0. P. LDdna
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G economic household necessity. Call ADMISSION 50 CENTS .

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always_ The young thinks man that fresh the from world college has a Goo Gulf Gasoline

lot to learn. :
The fellow who is good at making 11; Tuesday Feb. 24thIn
excuses is not always so ready at tak- ,
ing them.
Women had better not count muchon f ., a novel entertainment of music, readings, tab.
the love of a man who cannot be .,...... leaux and
dialogues.
made jealous. : P. WALTON, Age & *
The friendship of the man prepared \i
t. to "let you in" on a stock deal may WATCH FOR THEM l IN MWIOCH'SYINDOW
be sincere. But you will never believe PHONES 450269IIIHIHIHIIMIIIIIIIIH .
t in the morning after. x c? ; ..'.....,..:' Prices 15c and'35c.HtiiiitmiitmiimiiHiiMimmiitu.
Opportunity does snot own an i

alarm clock. ******
The man who wants to get even
will often wait with apparent pa- .

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When his sense of humor has been
destroyed, life does not offer many For Sale
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pleasing things to a man. Peter ran Society Ladies Minstrel

occasional Even true relapse.love is subject to an a.w ;

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NOTICE Modern 8-room : 44k 3'BILL TO BE PRESENTED FOR

If all ladies who had entries for: House 2 doors :
the Brokaw prizes in the midwinter; CIVIC LEA.GUE
fair and who failed to receive the west of Wyom-
first prize will send me their names I
will furnish them a small camphortree ing Hotel. Bar' SHIRLEY, "the boy with surprices and Songland's most artistic By MISS. PEARLE ROGERSABLY
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with my compliments. singer. At the Grand this week.
W. H. BROKAW, Salesman,
Griffing Bros., Nurserymen. gain. ASSISTED BY


2-24-lt [ Chicago Ladies' Orchestra Is So Popular Fifty Society Ladies

A UNIQUE ATTRACTION.Opera : A. L. Bentley
That Members Have No Time for Vacations

House, Feb. 24. ; 10 L AMELIA AVENUE Friday February 27thIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
London Mills (Ill.) ChatauquaThe ,
'ttitllittlllMMtliilllllMlimitlMIMIMMIMMH Chicago Ladies' Orchestra :vacation during the whole year
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Adams Sisters are the most
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THE organization will give a A greater variety of music and entertainment
unique and entirely satisfactory en-
is now offered in the
concert 'here this plO
/ season, Is now
) tertainers evef on this circuit. Smallin gram than in any previous season, is
stature, they are large of heart Shoe filling its ninth successful season. eluding horn quartet, violin soles t.IIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII,1The
'\ and intellect and atainments. In Repairing Changes have been made from timeto reading and other special numbers, ir
I I time in its personnel, but the high addition to many selections by the full
in tableaux there
song, in readings, ,
was not one moment of their enter- ; by PARCEL POST ; ,est standard of work has always been orchestra. Altamonte ;
maintained. So great has been their The program Is chosen from mod
tainment but was highly enjoqed and
they were encored ,over and over Men's Half Soles, 7sc to 8sc ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, FLORIDA.A .
again. They are two beautiful and Ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75c a
beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlando'or A. C. L
refined ladies, and entertainers of the Children's Half Soles,sOc to 750
R.R.) Come out and get the best dinner served In inte
highest order.-The London Times Hand Turned Soles, $Loo rior Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the

For benefit Baptist Ladies' Aid So- Heels Repaired, 250 1 most beautiful and healthful location in Florida, on

ciety at Opera House, Tuesday even- All work returned in 24 hours. high ridge between two lovely'lakes, 40 acres in parks.
ing, Feb. 24. The little ladies will be Orders without remittance returned Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting etc.
on display in McCulloch's window- return C. 0.postage.D. We pay t Ltw a. Hotel has 500 feet broad piazza. All modeen improve-

watch for them. ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests.
I Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet.
A. Hanson
W. T. ENTRICAN,

Makes a specialty of painting, paper- 19 East Pine Street -' GEO. E. BATES & SON
ing, refinishing floors, furniture, etc. ORLANDO . FLORIDAMMIMMMIIIIIIIMMIIi _ _ _ _ _ Proprietors'Summer
Phone 636. 1-21-lm Resort"The Grand," Mount Vernon, N. H.

FOR SALE .
20 acres located three miles from a z,, : MMIMItllllllllHIIMIIIIIIHtlttlMtHMIMillll
city on proposed brick road; eight Dr. BucKmaster
acres bearing grove; two acres 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.AN (.
cleared and ten acres timber; four -
room cottage. Price $3,500. /
EXPERT
25 acres four miles from city; ten Osteopathic Physician
acres in grove, four hundred bearing
orange and two hundred threeyearold 132 Orange Avenue CHICAGO LADIES' ORCHESTRA. Sign Writer is in charge of Sign Department whose
grapefruit trees; twelve acres
t fruit land and three acres garden Next door to People's Bank, I success that others have tried to ern and standard operas of the mo past experience with some of the foremost of Ameri
land; cottage and barn, located on share it by adopting their name or I popular type and other sources offf!
up-stairs. Acute and chrpn- ca's sign makers, assures the highest possible grade. of
lake front. Price $5,000. imitating their style of program. Another ing the best. Both the critics and t
70 acres choice fruit and vegetableland ic diseases treated.Telephone proof of their great success and !'general public agree with the vert work. When one makes big claims it is up to one to
; three and one-half miles from the consequent demand for them is 'of the Lincoln, Neb., Chautauqthat
I city. Price $30 per acre. 578. the fact that this company filled fifty "The Chicago Ladles' Orchestis make good, but these claims should'be weighed quite as
Five-room cottage and lot one hun- three consecutive weeks'
engaga- the best organization Of its kind
dred by four hundred feet; located on ments the past season, having no be obtained." much for your /ake as ours.
main highway leading out of city. .. I
Price $2,000.Five Ladies' hair dressing, massage,
well located.acres of Price bearing$2,000.orange grove,I.shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber IECERNE THEATRE, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25. :I OEO. A. BARKER

140 acres overlooking a beautiful I Shop. 1-2-tf
lake, one and one-fourth miles from : SIGNS ANDIISHOW! CARDS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
railroad station and packing house; WOOD, COAL AND ICE I
20 acres bearing orange grove con- Electrically'Equipped : Let us figure on your work for Orlando's Mid-Winter
Wood, $1.50 a strand Hand'sCoal
taining fourteen hundred trees. The up. !
remaining land is high grade fruit Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf : Fair
and garden soil. Price $12,000. .t t I IHtlllMMMMtHMIiHiitMMiimiMHM, .
2,000 acres choice fruit land, well
located. Can be had at a bargain.J. .
E. CRAWFORD, To THE WEST e i 4 HIM*
Office Over Blue Drug Store, .
117 South Orange Ave. Phone 404,

2-20-tf- Orlando, Florida. VIASfMINOLE LIMITED 0 [ELECTRIC L[ YCUUM CLEANER L[ [


CHADWICK'S SPECIAL SALE
LASTING 30 DAYS Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm Two.Sixty SUadard Model
No. 1-10 acres, 21.2 miles south. Ar Jacksonville _______.__. 7:30 pm The ever greatest ichieved.motorcycle 7 H.P. value Twin
east of city, on hard road, all im- Lv Jacksonville,ria.,A.C.1. 9:00 pm gripped with Electric Held light Electric Tai1! Light Electric Signs
Lv, Ga. A. C.L.__11:10 Two Set 175 budded and Waycross, ,
proved; orange grape- pm er. Price S OO.00. See Catalog for detailed description.MOTOCYCLES.
fruit trees just coming into bearing; Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L...__ 1:15 am Have your room or house
7-room house; the land is of the best. Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L.____ 2:40 am
No. 2-Two 3-acre young groves inside !Ar Americus Ga., C. of Ga.. 3:55 am 4.MJ
of city, nicely situated to divide Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20 am : cleaned without dust or troubleof
into home lots. Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga__ 7:30 am "
No. 3-13 acres, 8 acres with 6- r Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.12:05 p elllUUJ1J" FOR 1914 moving furniture
room house and 200 bearing, grove; Ar Birmingham,Ala.C.of G.12:05 pm ,
the 5 acres is garden land divided in Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C____ 7:46 pm
acre lots and recorded.No. Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C._______ 9:35 pm 60,000 brand new red machines will go out over the Indian :
4-5 acres east between Amelia Ar Cairo, Ill., I. C________11:07 pm trails during the coming year-the greatest motorcycle produCe :
and Concord avenues, just over city Ar Carbondale, Ill, I. C.1213 am tion in the history of the industry. _, The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced .
limit line; a part of it to bearing
grove and grapery; a fine 8-room Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C._____ 7:05 am They will flash forth fully armed with "Thirty.Eight Better.
house and other buildings. This is a ments for 1914!1" Armed with powerful and beautiful Electrical man.

rare bargain to get a city home just Ar Centralia, Ill., I. C___._ 1:38 am Equipment! Armed with a New Standard of Value which must .
over the city line. Give this your attention Ar Matoon, III, I. C___.... 3:30 am completely overturn all existing ideas of motorcycle worth.
Ar Champaign, Ill., I. C.____ 4:29 am SEE THEM FOR TERMS
No. 5-40 acres, 20 improved with Ar Kankakee, 111., I. C._____ 6:20 am An standard Indian models for 1914 come equipped with electric
500 side choice of bearing orange trees, south I Ar Chicago, IlL, I. C._.__-_ 7:50 am head light, electric tail light, two sets high amperage storage bat.
lake, near Altamonte Springs;
teries electric Corbin
Brown
signal rear-drive
fine bungalow of 8 rooms; also 4-room speedometer.You .
cottage furnished; beautiful lawn and Solid Through Trains-Composed of: cannot folly realize the 1914 Indian without thorough study of the 1914 "
shade; tennis court (cement); the observation, compartment, drawing Indian Catalog It makes plain host of compelling Indian facts that aU motor*
show place of the South, known as room, section, sleeping cars, and free cyole-interested men can consider to their real profit. Send for die 1914 Indian [
the death Foss of Mr.Grove.Foss,On Mrs.account Foss can of the no reclining chair cars, between Jackson- Catalof-the most interesting volume of motorcycle literature you're ever read. Tne rl [ [L[ Tm L CO11""lnt.

longer attend to the estate. This ville and Chicago, and Jacksonville The 1914 line of Indian Motocyclct coosifU of:

means sell it.No.6Several. and St. Louis. All meals in diningcar. 4 H.P. Smile Service Model........................,..4200.00
nice homes, close to 7 H.P. Twin Two-Twenty-Fbe, Regular Model.......... 225.00 CHURCH STBEETMitHMHMiilt
Lake Eola, and other parts of the city. For tickets and Pullman 7 H.P. Twin Two-Sixty, Standard Model................. 260.00
Also choice lots, close in. car reservations 7 H.P.Twin Light Roadster Model..................... 260.00
If you want to buy for home or investment call on 7 H.P.Twin Two Speed, Regular Model................ 275.00 >tMMiltlMtlMMtttllllMMIItliiEverybody
I am a leader along these W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, 1 H.P.Twin Two Speed, Tourist Standard Model ........ 300.00
lines. Call or phone and make date or 7 H.P.Twin Hendee Special Model (with Electric Starter).32S40

for investigations.Open evenings.. D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent,, Pnctt F.O.B. Factory is Reading it {

t 19 W. Church St.-Phone 398 Atlantic Orlando.Coast Line, C. R Hilpert, Agent. Orlando, Fla. .

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THE DAILY SIDELIGHTSBy BUYING WITH A DOUBLE GUAR. ADVERSITY THE TRUE TEST OF I I MHIIMMIMMIIHIMIIIilimiiiMIMIIilHMHMI
AKTEE COURAGEIt
South Florida SentinelMORNING
( W. S. Branch)
t WEEKLY When you buy a standard nationally requires little courage to face the
; AND There is little doubt that an at- '
JOSIAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. tempt will be made to fly an airship advertised article from one of world and fight life's battle when Dick Co
local merchants surrounded circum- -
with
your you are pro- agreeable
Entered at the ptwtoffice at Orlando, FlorIda across the ocean before the year is
u S c Added to the warrant of the adversity comes our way.
man-
TO ADVERTISERS: plying fuel for ambition by offering a

Copy for diiptar and all other h ndAdvtrtiiU t prize of ten thousand pounds sterling ufacturer you have the protection of The true soldier, brave and depend-
mutt he handed in at the buineu ($50,000) for the first successful con- you rown merchant.In able, is the one who can stand up
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. I
the day before publication. This role appliu testant. Rodman Wanamaker, of a sense your storekeeper is your under punishment, undaunted and un DEPARTMENTAL STORE
to Invariable chars and for will contract be atnetly admtiiini adhered: to.it it Philadelphia, son of John Wana- attorney in the transaction. He will awed, and continue the struggle.He .

maker, is putting up the cash to build make good to you and in turn look to is the man who measures to the
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: the airship. Glenn Curtiss is furnish the manufacturer to protect him. fullness of merit who can accept

One Year .....................$5.00 ing the brains to construct it and It is always best to do business whatever fate betide him and yet be Orlando's favorite

Six Months ................... 2.50 Lieut. J. C. Porte, formerly of the with the merchants of your own town strong and brave. He is a man who Shopping

Three Months ................. 1.25 British submarine service, is supply- when they have the goods you want. 'meets reverses, hardships, misfor-
In Advance. tunes, sorrows, without surrendering,
ing whatever enthusiasm is needed They are in duty bound to see that
outside of the other principal actors. and who stands up midst it all and .
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24,'1914. you are satisfied. In choosing your
The boat is to be 25 feet in length. home merchant it is the part of wis- says: PLACEYou

Tampa opened its Gasparilla festival The wings will have a spread of 75 dom to patronize those who adver- "In the fell clutch of circumstanceI

I in great style, and will have a feet. A 200 horse power engine will I tise. have not winced nor cried aloud;
furnish the The flight will Beneath the bludgeonings of chance
gala week of it. Tampa always does power. They are "daylight men" who have
be from point in Newfoundland to My head is bloody but unbowed."
i its stunts well and offers its entertainment a put themselves on record in print.
I Io a point in Ireland where the distance It is folly to complain and weak to
? generously.
They know they can make their ad-
will be 1,880 miles, and the promoters vertising them only give up. If things go wrong with a .
pay by making it
lando would need about 20 banks, man in business, or money losses, or
; New blood is needed in the Boardof pay you.
Jacksonville would support at least other misfortunes for which he is not .
Trade and it is to be that As a rule their prices lower
hoped are
175, Atlanta would need 350, and to responsible, he should stand erect,,
will be full attendance the than the others because the
there at advertis-
a
carry on the financial transactions of: look the world in the face and say are cordially invited
r annual meeting to be held next Monday ing brings them a much vol-
greater
New York city it would require 10,000( that though his head is bloody it shall .
night to give the work of the ume of business enabling them to ,
remain unbowed.
banking houses. But possibly Mel -Nashville Tennes-
;f new year a good start. buy in larger quantities and thus at American.
bourne financiers are anticipating a sean and
V o little and wish to have the banks lower prices. : the

The effort to besmirch Senator ready and on the job when they reach There is no better guide for the W. T. ENTRICAN, to

s Fletcher and Pleasant Holt by charg a population of five thousand in a thrifty pocketbook than the advertising Offers to Orlando the newest and best , ,
ing that they were registering negroes few years. columns of this newspaper.The of workmanship in the painting and "

s to vote in the Democratic primary decorating trade. Phone 636.
t of new packing house erected forhe 1-21-lm .
was a piece dirty politics .
A dispatch states that John D.
plainly visible to all and will prove Lee County Packing company in
Rockefeller has asked for more timein
the boomerang to those who started I Fort Myers will be furnished and Take your repairing to Warman on
which to make out his income tax .
' it. ready to start work this week. Court street. 12-5-tf :
returns. The telegram does not state Spring H
o whether the oil king expects to find :

The editorial force of the Tampa some loop hole to escape a portion of IIMIIMIttlliiHiliiiMIMIMIMIMIMMiliMMiMtCash

Tribune must have been hit hard by his just assessment, or wishes to have 1

t the festive spirit, if conclusions may time to be sure he has got every- : to Loan on I
be drawn from the subjects of the editorials thing listed. Possibly he will put a :

in Monday's paper. They half million of dollars in his vest : .
'- treated of "R. E. Morse,' "The Morn- have the'law repealed. :
City PropertyReal
ing After," "Paying the Fiddler," expect to make the passage in from : Millinery H
and such. Don't do it, boys; it doesn't 20 to 25 hours. Electric lights and a I I I

pay. wireless station will enable the occu- :

o pants to fly in the night and keep the : Estate and sold
r The Florida Growers' and Shippers'League world informed as to their success : bought :
selected well when it placedMr. and whereabouts.
Lloyd S. Tenny in charge of its eee II I I : for cash or on commission

headquarters at Orlando. He is get- "It is a consummation devoutly to : .
ting the work well in hand, and is be wished :
that when the last legal :
already doing work of value the Opening
t, to proceeding has been finished between : .
growers. There is much to do, andit Harry Thaw and his nemesis, the big : Dr. A. J. TAYLOR ,
will not be long before a large .
daily papers will have new cuts made I II .
force of office help will be employedin I of each man that will be large enough : Rock.Building, Upstairs.tiltlltwIMIHHMItliillttlliltllllilttMilllMttlll.

carrying on this _needed activity. to cover the whole front page, and :

o after again writing up the particulars ,
3 General Felix Diaz has arrived in of the case (which have already

New York from Cuba with a staff of been written about 69,000 times) let illitMlimtltlilltMltttltMIIHtMMiMtllMMill i

physicians and companions. The sur- the much advertised pair drop into

prising fugitive thing Mexicans in connection is the with fact these that ening newspaper thud.oblivion with a dull sick- A. Y. FULLER R. L. FOX Weuesdav J n I Tliursday

d they appear to be well supplied with
money to remain in luxurious exile. * THE PALMS AUTO CO
F The smart and growing little town
The little general upon being inter-
of Melbourne on the East Coast, is to
: viewed said he didnt
care as between
have another bank. In their wildest REO MOTOR CARS
:
Huerta and Carranza which was vic- Feb. 25th and 26th
dreams the citizens of Melbourne
torious he
could pacify; was the satisfied country.o that neither:I claim to have nearly a thousand in- ! For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a j

habitants by taking in the big sawmill and accessories. Have force !
---o ; full stock of supplies a good
and all of its
surroundings and<
New York Packer
tice that the state of Florida serves is being no- laborers. Carrying out that ratio Or | of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely I .

worked by fakers who claim to repre- guaranteed. '
sent the, Packer and who are offering Ladies' Home Journal for March, Included in the Demonstration
the best ever. New magazines
other papers free with a subscription coming -
''F to that paper. The Packer it in daily. Curtis & O'Neai's book!
says
clubs with no other publication and store. THE PALMS AUTO CO Being the Newest Spring
r any agent making such an offer is
'z
raduulent. The Sentinel gives this. A baby show will be one of the features -
:, notice to protect the people of this of the DeSoto celebration which FULLER & FOX, Proprietors. Conceptions From

1, vicinity. Such an agent was in town will be held in St. Petersburg the last .

last week, and probably gathered in week in March. m I i '

t a goodly sum. This is the open season t'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'j

a for crooks in Florida, and every ; ,
s kind of agent is open to suspicion.o j \

-o New York
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county fair is the thing, and .

the Sentinel is glad to see other coun- .1 .
ties taking up the movement. The 1 1

latest to 'espouse this class of enter- 1 .
,
prise is Palm Beach. A meeting of II '
,
the fair association was held a few I Paris
days ago and encouraging progress ODD PIECES ) :

reported in securing stock subscrip- I ,
tions. Properly conducted, the county are so useful when it comes to setting the table at- : ".: .

fair is bound to be of great advertis- tractively, We can offer you innumerable suggestions

ing value, and by that we mean advertising in .
f\\ Riviera
which produces results. Orange and the
; county, we believe it is con- Beautiful Cut Glassthat

ceded, stands at the head of the class , .
in the production of county fairs, and will give your table an air of elegance and refinement -

it has been the best means of publicity and add prestige to your reputation as a ,
employed; in fact, very little hostess. r
else is done-the fair has done it all,
Every housekeeper knows the value of spot-
and has proved its value
ably. unquestion- less linen gleaming silver sparkling cut glass. Dainty .

--o- service is oi greater importance than good cooking.T.Itvans .

It has been a year since Jacksonville -
had a special session of the leg- .
.
islature to secure authority for a ur Mail Order r Deparlifieni e
bond issue to build municipal docks,
but the city has no docks and littleif t

anything has been done toward se- t Is a great help to our out ol town customers,
curing them. In the meantime she is
make of it whenever
use you can. Samples on infor-
losing business because
she hasn't mation cheerfully given. \Ve all charges.
prepay
dock facilities. The delay is wearing
Write for one ol our illustrated mail order
upon those citizens who desire action cata
.= and there is some suggestion of a colored the JewelerOPPOSITE logues. We invite comparison values.ORLANDO'S .

gent in the timber. Men who
FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
retard the progress of their town for

personal profit are not good citizens. .
The statement is general and may not POSTOFFICE ; : "'"T" '

g lie in the Jacksonville instance, but Orange e Ave. Orlando

it does seers that a lot of energetic
EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
business men would have had things

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I voiT THEATRE I FI U 101 11='

Eating Pure Candy is More Than a a .There will be a celebration of the
c ROBINSON A STARKEY, Managers a Holy Communion in the Cathedral at
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Mere Pleasure. Here's Why.Of M.I I 10 o'clock this morning, February24th
a Open 9 a. m. to 10:30 P. being St. Matthew's Day.

i Admission 5 centsDGIIDCDGllDGDGIlD 0 The Ash Wednesday services tomorrow D Dtd
course, hundreds of people all over the coun- CDGIIDCD GIlD CI i will be as follows:

try eat Candy just because they like Candy just to PROGRAM The Holy Communion, 7 a. m. .

satisfy that desire for something sweet--and you also 101 Bison. "The She Wolf," a 3- Morning prayer, litany and sermon, _
10:30 a. In.Evening
have done the same thing many times.If reel feature drama, staged by Francis prayer and sermon, 7:30p. .
Ford, from the book written by Miss
we can convince you that pure candy is Grace Cunard. m.
Through Lent there will be a short f fr
healthful-is really beneficial from a food stand Price 5 cents always. *
service, with brief addresses, at 5 c

point, why then you'll realize that your money is well p. m. daily except Saturdays and i/\ -

CIVIC LEAGUE ADDRESSED BY Holy Week.
spent when you buy Candy from our large assort-
PROMINENT CITIZENS Qn Wednesdays and Fridays there
ment. will also be the litany and special intercessions -
1
The monthly meeting of the Civic at 10 a. m.

League held yesterday afternoon was

one of unusual interest, for in addi- OSCEOLA IS GRATEFUL

4 KLNDY KITCHEN[ tion to the routine work and the reports If you want a watch that you

hBUTT'S of special committees, three in- Kissimmee, Fla., Feb. 23, 1914. can be proud of-carry; aLI

; teresting and helpful addresses were Editor Sentinel-Through the me- I D

The home-made Candies, given by prominent business men of dium of your paper, the Osceola WalthamWatchThe

the city, Judge Jno. M. Cheney, Hon. county committee wish to publicly Waltham has been awarded
W. R. O'Neal, and Dr. C. D. Christ thank the managers of the Orlando
highest honors at every International
Orange AvenueWADE Mrs. G. H. Edwards, chairman of fair for the courtesies and uniform Exposition and has taken

the committee on public health, reported kindness we have received from them, every Gold Medal offered i in
the result of the "Better Ba- Captain Allen and their employes at America since 1875.

iiiiiMiiiimiiiii bies" contest, and said that it was the the fair grounds while we were in *
Ms Time You Chmei a W llM"pon't
intention of the committee to continue charge of our county exhibit We
buy s witch before talking
Mr. George Armstrong, the clever work in this line. A vote of thankswas carry back with us to our home coun- with us. Complete usort-
ment of Waltbtm Watches
fa
all
operator at the Postal office, who has given to this committee "as hav- ty pleasant memories and sentimentsof grades.

been doing the "night trick" for a ing accomplished the very best workof good will which will go far to morestrongly

THE TUNER year or more, has resigned his position the year," to Dr. Porter for his unite Osceola county with Allen & Co.

. ORLANDO, FLA. and in the future will affiliate efficient help, and to Mrs. Bryant for her mother county. ,

. with the Western Union at Fort My- entertaining Miss Rogers during her Hoping that we may all meet again JEWELERS

ers. He is succeeded by Mr. Gar- stay in Orlando. next year "on the fighting line,"

*Mrs. M. 0. Overstreet will leave wood. Judge Cheney was introduced to where we found.a fair field and no Everything Guaranteed.

today to visit friends in Miami. the league by Mrs. Fuller, and gavea favors, we are, Reliable Repairing.

!lr. C. D. Bothwell, of Oswego, N.Y. short but splendid talk, encourag- Yours very truly,

Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Searle, of Bal- r., is spending some time in this section ing the women to continue their work OSCEOLA COUNTY FAIR .

timore, are among the late arrivalsin enjoying the salubrious climate.Mr. and reminding them no lasting goodis COMMITTEE.

Orlando. Bothwell is also introducing an accomplished hastily. "Too many

extension ladder which is much ad- people," said he, "expect revolution THANKS TO THE SENTINEL
J. B. M. Kellor, of St. Louis, mired by all who have
Mrs. seen it and instead of evolution. . No town Kissimmee, Fla., Feb. 23, 1914.
Mo., arrived in Orlando yesterday for strikes us as being just the thing for was ever made clean and sanitary in Editor Sentinel-Permit me on be- Ibl ell
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an indefinite visit orange pickers, painters, etc. a minute." Judge Cheney told the half of the managers of the Osceola
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league that the influence which" it was county exhibit to thank you for the '
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Schmidt reg- ,FUNERAL OF WILLIAM SMITH exerting is educational, and that even courtesies we have received at your 11111111111111111111111111111111'11111111111111111111'An '
istered at the San Juan yesterday for SUNDAY AFTERNOON Ii
if results were slow, that teaching hands during fair week. We fully :

an indefinite visit. people what is right is going to make appreciate your kindness and recog- '
Seldom has a funeral in Orlando Accidentis
this, and other towns wherever civic nize the ability displayed in your descriptive
Mr. E. H. Law, of Lancaster, Pa., been attended by more people than clubs are working, more livable. It articles of our resources and

is in Orlando today in the interest of was that of the late William Smith is of no use, thinks he, to simply tell products. May you long continue to
the Hamilton Watch company. Sunday afternoon. The fraternal orders should abuse their
that not
men they the of fair
guard good name your city likely to occur to
of which he member- anyone
was a
animals, or that they should not and of our mother county against
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. T. Walker and knights Templar, Masons, Odd Fel- throw trash in the streets-the bet- false reports which frequently

family have arrived in Orlando from flows, Knights of Pythias and Elks- ter way is to teach them the actual some papers published outside appearin of at any time. The

Canton Ohio, to spend some time. formed in line at the corner of Pine money value of reforms, that it our state.

and Orange and marched to the home as much to them to have
means Yours very rtuly, cost is not much.
,Mr. M. 0. Overstreet left yesterdayfor and escorted the casket to the Presbyterian healthy animals and clean streets H. EDMUND SW ABEY.

Tampa where he will spend a church. Because of the from a business as well as a moral .

day or two taking in the sights. long service of the deceased as a standpoint. In closing he said: "The THE PERFECT1 KID Better see me.

member of the city council the city civic leagues are influencing the peo-

Mrs. F. S. Cox, of Atlanta, Ga., who was officially represented in the funeral ple for good wherever they are foundbe Apropos of the recent "Better

has been visiting Mrs. I. W. Phillipsfor procession by the members of; not discouraged, you can not Babies" contest, the following storyis s.JV.A. .
several days, returned home yesterday the fire and police departments and change men in a minute, but you can good: .

the city officials. The Knights Templar educate them."
Passerby-"What's the fuss in the
> had charge of the services, and
Mr. O'Neal, who followed Judge school yard, boy?" HiMHiHiMMiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiimmiiiiiminiiin
Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Howard and at the church and the ceremo-
grave
Cheney, praised the members of the The Boy "Why, the doctor has
of Baltimore, nial of the order followed tl ;
Miss Annie S. Briggs, was ,'
rue for the part they had taken in just been around examining us, an' II11IIi1111II,0010IIIIII4111111111II1111C
the late arrivals at the casket being through %
Dome an away
are among i eautifying the city, but told them one of the deficient kids is knockin' r
San Juan. of swords held on either s"
that they must not let its attractiveness the everlastin' stuffin' out of a per-
in full uniform. The ,
Knights
blind them to the fact that thereis fect kid." OleomargarineTry
Mrs. A. R. Bogue will leave this ful funeral service was read by 1.-". stiR room for improvement. Mr.

morning for Delray, on the East Dr. John W. Stagg, after the singing O'Neal called the attention of the Purity Brand. QyARAM.L
Coast, where she will spend the next by .the church choir of "Jesus, Loverof to trees which are gradually A complete line of Men's Underwear
league
three months.Mr. My Soul. Another song, "Rockof "B. V. D.," also light and me-
and suggested that the va-
Ages," and a prayer concluded the cant decaying spaces, left by dead ones shouldbe dium weight and in all wool, at The Best on the

and Mrs. M. E. Weeks were simple but impressive service. The Boardman's "Store of Satisfaction.
of medical
The
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among the Orlandoites going to Tam- casket was covered with exquisite examination in the public schools was 2-24-lt Market. n M
pa yesterday to visit friends and en- floral offerings and the chancel was
who
heartily endorsed by Mr. O'Neal,
joy Gasparilla week. filled with larger pieces, sent by said that he believed that the doctors HOUSE FOR RENT-Six rooms, Shoe Polish 3 in 1. We
many organizations and friends. The modern; located at 311 N. Orange
and the present school board would Call at 311 N.
Mrs. H. B. Myers and Mrs. M. J. cortege proceeded to the cemetery, co-operate in the matter, and he nue.avenue. Orange 2-24-tf ave have it.
Fisher left yesterday for Tampa, where the service was concluded! and im-
spoke most appreciatingly of the
where will visit Mrs. Myers' the remains of the citizen
they distinguished Makes the
provement of the government lot, and TEN YEARS IN ORLANDO Educator Toilet Soap
Mrs. Geo. laid to rest
daughter, Wygant. were
of the inestimable and lasting good Chiropodist for both men and wo.
accomplished by the "Better Babies" :men. Manicure, pedicure, face and Skin Soft and White.;
"Eiffel" Hosiery, in lisle, at 35c. Some good bargains Ladies' Mes- contest. scalp massage. Feet a specialty. L.

and 50c.; in silk at 35c. or 3 pairs for saline Petticoats, in all colors, at 'J. Mustard, 117 Orange avenue, over
$1.00; 50c. and $1.00, at F. N. Board- Boardman's "Store of Satisfaction." Dr. Christ then gave a few minutes Curtis & O'Neal's store. 2-6-lra
talk the subject of medical and
man's "Store of Satisfaction. 2-24-lt 2-24-lt on GROCERY
SANITARY
dental examination in the public Eat what you want. THE ;

schools, the good which would result Eat all you want.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Bradbury, who WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE
Take a postscript and forget it.
be & GORE
and the difficulties to overcome, CARUTHERS
have spent a few weeks in the city, They were sitting on a bench on For sale by all durggists. .
the duties of the examining -
leave for Jacksonville to spenda Lucerne Circle i outlining l7d&wlyrOSTEOPATHY
today discussing womens Street
I 6 & 8 E. Pine <
physicians, and recommending a 1 Phone 200
few days and then on to their homeat suffrage.
course of lectures which would ex-
Salem, N. J. "Don't you believe every woman
plain to the parents the value of the
should have a vote?" she asked him,
plan, should it be adopted.Rev. CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
Among the Kentucky people arriving eagerly watching for his reply.
Mr. Florence Hooker, of Boston, DR. J. C .HOWELL '
in Orlando yesterday were "No, replied the sentimental but '1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111'1111111
and Mrs. J. H. Wilson and child, Mr. not matter, of fact young man. "ButI a visitor to Orlando, paid a pretty Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo
and Mr. and tribute to the league for their work, extra charge for house treatment
and Mrs. W. L. Wilson, believe every woman should have a *
Mrs. E. B. Heyman, of Lexington. voter. How would you like me for telling them that the ideals which Telephone connections
would uplift and Office cor. Orange and Central Ares.
they were teaching
your representative at the polls?
:Mr. Chas. Gray, Jr., cashier of the "Oh, George, this is soand we benefit the entire community. Special Bargains

Central National bank of St Petersburg were out of hearing. Mrs. Fuller thanked the speakersfor LUTHER THE FLORISTCut

and Mr. Lang, cashier of the their kindness in addressing the

First National bank of the same city. NOVEL ENTERTAINMENTOn league, and then reminded the mem- Flowers

left yesterday after a brief visit to bers that at the next meeting the an- ROSES, VIOLETS, l-Four Passenger Cadillac $350

Bishop and Mrs. Gray. next Saturday, February 28th, nual election of officers would be held,

the Ladies' Aid Society of the Meth- stating that she would not be a can- CARNATIONS, PANSIES,

Mr. Frank A. Cook, the clever and odist church will give a musical tea didate for presidentMrs. POTTED PLANTS 1-Five Passenger Hudson $500

popular advance agent for the C. W. in the store room on Pine street, op Beeman offered a unique plan

r Park Dramatic company, is in Orlando posite the Grand theater, from 3 to for the purchasing of a club house; These cars are in good shape, good

making arrangements for his excellent 6 o'clock.A and she, with Mesdames Rush, Che-:

show in Orlando, Monday, ney, Curtis and Newell were appointed Good Wood - $1.50 tires and ready to run.

March 2nd. Mrs. Cook accompaniesher full line of "Eclipse" Shirts, for to investigate and report at the
husband. next meeting. Better Wood $Z and $2.25
men, at $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50, at

Mr. S. J. Sligh-, who has been suffering 2-24-lt Boardman's\ "Store of Satisfaction., NOTICE TO METHODIST CRADLE Best Wood $2.508lld $2.75 San Juan Garage Co.

with a sprained ankle for a ROLL
month, had the member taken out of This won't last long,
W. T. ENTRICAN, All Service
its, plaster jacket yesterday, and is Painter and interior decorator. New All mothers of the Methodist Cradle Stock up while you can. Night .

beginnig to feel natural again. It is ideas and old ones, too. Phone 636. Roll are requested by the depart

a source of gratification of Mr. Slighs : Expert workmen employed.Eat ment superintendent to be at the band Orlando Wood Yard

many friends to observe his improve o stand on Orange avenue with their AJAX TIRES don't cost any more and are guaranteed .

ment. what you want. babies Thursday afternoon at 2:30 104 W. Pine St. for( five thousand miles.
Eat all you want o'clock to have a photograph made.
Take postscript and forget it B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor
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The success of your employer :is all MRS. H. F., SANDERS,
For sale by druggists.l7d&w.lyr
your success, so never knock. Supt. Cradle Roll R!

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\ imiiMiUMmiiiimii $1,000 Buys a five-room house and ,FOR SALE-Bargains in improvedand LOST-Bumper on Cadijlac automo LOST-On Monday, pear shaded lock-
lot within one block of Lake Eola. unimproved land. See S. S. bile. Finder please return to W. et with four-leaf clover on 'one side
See Frank Soper, P.oom 3, Mc'Neill & Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2-26-wlm M. Davis, on the corner of Church and wishbone on other side. On
J Davis Bldg. 2-18-10t and West streets. 2-21-3t Wednesday, probably on fair grounds,
cut steel shoe buckle. Reward for return -
FOR SALE-Bicycle for sale, or will FOR REm LOST-Pair gold eyeglasses, some- to this office.
;" exchange for second hand buggy. where between Grand theater and
Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em
M. W. Heatherington, R. F. D. No. 2 South Lake street. Return to Senti-
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FOR RENT -room house, partly
New Arrivals nel office, please. on Court street 125tftlll'llllllllllllllelllll""III'II""III'II'IIIII"
Orlando. 2-22-14 furnished. See Frank Seper, Room
i 3, McNeill & Davis Bldg. 2-18-10t
FOR SALE

Ratines, Eponges, Crepes, Poplins, Terry Six hundred acres timber land, and FOR in new RENT-Large bungalow. attractive 203 Ridgewoodavenue. room
ten acre with two milesof
orange grove 2-4t1
Cloth, Lawns in the latest colors. Ladies lake shore, near Winter Garden, 5California .

one of the greatest trucking and FURNISHED ROOMS in a new mod-
Home Journal Patterns at citrus centers of Florida. The orange ern home, with kitchenette if de
crop will pay interest on the whole sired. Apply 14 East Amelia, next _
investment. Terms. S. S. Griffin, door to Wyoming. 2-19-lt BungalowsFine
McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT ,I owner, Orlando, Fla. 2-5
i THE ST. JAMES, 308 West street.
FOR SALE Rooms, $3.50 to $5.00 per week. Lot
Location. Large
I verandas.
Large Everything new
An elegant modern home four bed-
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and modern. 2-22-1w
; 'i STORE ;rooms; two bath rooms; gas and electricity left to sell
I throughout; fruit trees and FOR RENT-Nicely furnished roomsin Only one
I flowers. 509 East Central avenue. new home, close in; electricity,
128 S. Orange Ave.MHtnittMIMIIIIIIMIIIIiMMIMiiMMMUJIIIM. i 2-15-tf gas, bath, fireplace in large front Four built and sold in less than 3 months.
room; hot water. 114 East Jackson
I street. 2-21-3t)1 Best values ever offered in Orlando
THIRTY ACRES, high, fine round
timber; cut over once; three acres FOR RENT-Large, well Jurnishedroom 750 '
I cleared and planted in orange and to persons wishing suburban Price $2
grapefruit; lake front and beautiful Accommodations; also 2 acres good t
location for a home; one mile and a truck land, close in. Good opportu- Inspect No. 5 today.An .
quarter from Ocoee. $800. A. M. nity for right person. Address "A,"
Clarke, Ocoee, Fla. 1-28-tf Sentinel 9-8tf
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PETER PAX SEAT SALE OPENS '
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Peter Pan seat sale will open next FRED. B. DALE, Owner

Thursday at 9 a. m. and those who Notice of Lost, Wanted. For Sale. For Corner
have not purchased tickets of the ladies lent, etc. for this column 2Sc for one day. Anderson StreetiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimmiHi
iOc for three days, or J1.00 for one week for 306
who wish good seats must be in .25 worda or less. Money must accompany
line for the seat sale. .1 the advertisements fer this column as no
Insertions Lake and Anderson
will be made on credit. mini*
No tickets. will be reserved before -----.
that hour,*and no phone\ orders will FOR SALE

be filled on Thursday at that hour. FOR SALE-Good cypress row boat Streets

First'come, first served, no favor- for sale. In good condition. Apply -
itism will be shown in Peter Pan. The 510 S. DeLaney street. 2-14-tf MILLINERY II OPENING[ POSTPONED

ladies are selling tickets very fast FOR SALE OR RENT-House fur- "
and the prospect is for a big house. nished or unfurnished. Also two ItllitttillliiittlttllltlMIIMIiittlllMlitMltlilt
lots for sale. Apply to Mrs. McDade, I Wednesday and ThursdayMarch
307 Broadway. 2-20-1w
DO YOU KNOW SEE H.-H.:-WITHERINGTON'foTa Warman Sells, and Fixes' Bicycles, FOR RENT-Furnished dwelling, 7 5th
c bargain in a winter home at Apopka, on Court street. 12-5=tf II rooms with bath and extra toilet on 4th and
Orange county, Florida. first floor; 210 Ridgewood avenue. I
There are 173,000 clergymen in the 2-13-6t-ltw have to return north. Call to see me, invited '
room 9, McNeill-Davis building, corner The public cordially
r United States. I FOR SALE-600 acres of high grade Warman Repairs and Retires Baby I Orange avenue and Church street.
1 citrus land; 2 miles facing Orlando
Carriages en Court street 12-5-tf Edmund Hugill. 2-21-3t
and. Oakland brick road, and 2 1-2
What is said to be the largest tree;I miles on lake shore. S. S. Griffin, FOR RENT-Furnished rooms; electric IISSES lAffiLOT & DUNN
trunk in the world, measuring 145 Orlando, Fla. EASY MONEY lights and bath room; three f 1
:feet in girth, is at Mixtla, Mexico. FOR SALE-Tool case for mechanic blocks from postoffice; reasonable
for sale. D. C. Baldwin, typer- Don't keep money tied up in things rates. 7 W. Robinson Ave., city. I
writer repairer, Glenwood hotel, city. that are useless to you, when you 2-22-3t
The total police force of Englandand 2-24-lt know that you can easily sell any- ATTENTION, HOMESEEKERSA Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCalTs

Wales is now nearly 31,000. thing through a Sentinel want ad. pretty home on Conway clay e
WANTED-To trade 45 acres of land road; choice land, at bargain price. Patterns
about th&
at Melbourne, Fla., for business or Surely you have something See R. B. Perry. at Water Works.
} California labor unions have an aggregate residence lots in the city. AddressL. house, such as furniture, sewing ma- 2-15-10t

membership of more than A. Powell, 200 W. Amelia avenue", chines, bicycles, phonograph, poultry,
N 120,000. or Orlando Realty Co., corner Orangeand Derive something from them '
Central.' 2-20-3t I eggs. MISCELLANEOUS. I '
w EXCHANGEWill by Sentinel want ads. I

The average pay of every man, exchange a fine improved farmof WANTED Some partly grown ; Real Estate Agents, Investors and HomeseekersATTENTION
and child 160 in Minnesota hedge; also some palms. Box 351.I
woman in the United States acres for a bear- FOR SALE
s ing grove not too far from Orlando. 2-22-3t : !
who works for wages or a salary was Forty-acre farm, located near Con- I
$610 last year.F. Describe what" you have and address, way. Most all under cultivation. ESTRAYED-From Lake Conway, a : with
"Exchange, care Sentinel. 2-12-lw six-room cottage,
Good soil. Public road on two sides. dark bay mare, thick set, western I I offer for $1,900 two-story,
Lake on one corner. Seven acres of branded, about eight years old, scar I rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, north.
Hopkinson Smith, artist, author DASHEENS and grapefruit trees, all in Lot 40x117. Also
orange : Eola.
The South's on right shoulder, recently clipped. park and Lake
substitute for in
the Irish Close ; near
and social tells.the fine condition. Well fenced.
engineer
people Reward. M. Scott, Box 711, Orlando I double verandas. Special
finish
potato. Very productive. More oil ,
Also, lots, two minutes walk off six room bungalow;
L of Chicago that automobiles and tan- Fla. 2-?2-4t : base-
yields to 500 bushels
up per acre. En- Orange,avenue, filled with fruit trees. heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy
;, gos monopolize the minds of Americans dorsed by the Agricultural Department Apply to W. H. Hazlett, 614 N. Or- WANTED-An experienced Japanesecook wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or
and that Washington, D. C. Now is the ment,
"good literature" is ange avenue, Orlando, Fla. 2-18-lw house, fernery.
time to j>lant. For seed apply toP would like position in private furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose; ,01
gathering dust on book shelves. Sentinel office. These
family. Inquire at Price $2,200.
F. LAUBACH, FOR SALE 'House fronts on Ridgewood avenue.
Orlando, Fa. i 2-15-10t the with rose house I
connect at corners,
lots between.
Minnesota has 45,245 Pure Georgia cane syrup, in any .
women wage FURNISHED ROOMS in dealer's
I
a new mod- quantity. Also Georgia seed peanutsof WANTED-Ladies to bring those offer the whole for $3,800 and allow
home, with kitchenette if
earners. ern de
egrly and late varieties. Will havein combings to us. Don't destroy all.
to
sired. Apply 14 East Amelia Open
next will make what want.
few days variety of seed corn; also them. We you
There is a large and steady demandfor door to Wyoming. 2-24-3t Georgia smoked meat in hams, mid- Come and see our stock and examineour E. N: COY
dlings and shoulders. Headquartersat work. We invite inspection. If
in and also'arge r
Germany
sponges. a J WANTED Typerwriters cleaned and haven't the hair supply it.
W. R. King's, 47 West Church you we
NorthOrlafaorv
; consumption of sponge waste. repaired. 26 years experience. 11 street, the cheap cash grocer. Our stock is genuine. We make everything 3(7 West St.,
years in Florida. D. C. Baldwin, of Yours with thanks, to order. Will pay cash for
Jacksonville, now at the Glenwood "The Georgia Man," combings. Nickolas & Nickolas, 305 ' .*
For the news, read The Sentinel hotel. 2-24-1t Garland 2-19-dw-lm 4.. . .
2-13-tf W. E. POWELL. avenue.

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Wednesday, Feb. 25 ,

Today's Program at


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Booked by ALKHEST LYCEUM SYSTEM, Atlanta
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"Son of Thomas Gray"

: Seats on Sale, BItes Pharmacy, Monday, Feb. 23

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QUEER WORLD, ISNT IT? Ladies' hair dressing, massage, NICE HOME FOR SALEA tfMtimmiMIIHtllMltiHltHilMMMMIMIIIM
shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber Bargain for Some Person FOR SALEA I
New house in good repair, paintedand
When I was a younger man than I Shop. 1-2-tf
papered, piazza and one screened.
am now I carried a bag on my shoul- I Five acres in the lot. Young orange THE MARKETOf
der and had it divided with a string. and grapefruit grove of 325 trees
:Miss Dye, the art teacher at the
Other people's faults were carried in just coming into bearing. 100 peach New Seven Room
t Cathedral school, announces that in- trees, 8 Japanese persimmon trees, '
the end that hung in front of me,and struction in her department is open roses and shrubs in front yard. Good House Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
in the end that hung be- Completely
mine were to the general public as well as to water. Situated on clay road to Pine
I overloaded with other Castle Drennen Station. Also
hind. near
was so '
members of the school.! Arrange-
FurnishedRented AND SALT MEATS
people's faults that I couldn't stand 10 acres on the clay road, suitablefor
ments may be made for instruction in orange and grapefruit trees or
straight. All of the people that I art jewelry, including elementarywork gardening. Any one wanting a Florida until Nov. 1St at FISH AND GAME
came in contact with were so queer.I in silver, copper and brass. home will do well to call at "Mas-
remember once I remarked to my I sachusetts Villa." Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
Terms seventy-five cents an hour. tf I A. D. TURNER. $60 month.
all per :
wife that the people are peculiar I
and and sometimesyou Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
except you me,
A fine investment
for any one :
and
are peculiar.I
pure.
now realize that I was very To the West and NorthwestVIA wanting a home for next sea- :.
satisfaction. We have
We invite inspection and guarantee
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wrong, and that I lost many opportu- son. meanwhile securing a :
nities to have pleasant relations with -- everything in the Meat Line.
ti good income on the investment :
I many very fine persons. .
different. DIXIE LIMITED DIXIE FLYER AND
Now things arc Every- II
thing that people do now looks goodto I Location CLOSE IN : The PARLOR 'MARKET
i SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED'
me. I never leave a picture showor I

do not a place step of up entertainment to the ticket,window that I I LimIted.Dixie Dixie Flyer. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED I i Price $3750 : H. M. Self & Co.

I Lv Orlando. ........................ 2:13pm I II
C. L..12:31am 3:13pm
and say, "That's a fine show you have ,Ar Lv Jacksonvllle Orla.nde..A., A. C. 1..... 6:45 am '1:30pm Ar Jacksonvllle ..............,...... 7:30pm .I
tonight," and I receive a kind "Word Jacksonville. A. C. L... 9:3$am 8:25 pm Lv Jacksonville, A. C. L. ....,...... 8:15 pm $ Atha PINE STREET
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Ly Wa'cross, A. C. L..11:50am 10:25pm Lv Wa'cross, A. C. 1. .. .. .10:20 pmAr
or a smile in return. ..............
Macon G. S. & F......:, :13pm .c:15am Ar Macon G. S. & F. 3:46am
"You served a fine meal,' I say to Ar Atlanta, C. of Ga......: 8:03 pm 7:25am Ar Atlanta C. of Ga. .............. 7:12 am Phone No. 80
Ar Knoxville. L. & N. .............12:19 pm
the restaurant man, and "Your store !Ar Chattanooga W. & A...12:18am 11:55 am Ar Corbin, 1. &: N. ................ 3:1611m Ground Floor Opp. Postoffice
I IAr Nashville, N. Co & St. I. 4:;)0 am .c:3Opm Ar Louisville, I. \ N. .............. 9:00 pm
looks nice" to the "You Phone Illlllll Ml IMMiMMMiiiiiMMMiiiiimiMMMMMMMiiMMMiMiMiM
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IAr Indianapolis PI. L. ............ 1:50am
St. Louis, L C.&L.&N. %:50 pm 7:20 am
home I tell the
brought us safely Ar Lexiniton. L. &: N. ............ II:ItU pm
brakeman who helps us off the train, I A: Hopkinsvine. 1. &; N........... 6 27 pm Ar Cincinanti 1. &; N. ............. 8:50 pm
and in case I get a kind wordin Ar Evansville, I. & N..... 9:28 am 9:25 pm k Kalamazoo, G. R. & I. ..........12:20 pm
every Ar Terre Haute, C. & E. L. 1:10pm 1:01am Ar Grand Rapids, G. R. & L ....... 2:45pm *
return. Often, when I meet these 1 Ar Chicago, C. & E. L..... 6:50pm 6:50am Ar Cleveland, Big Four ............. 1:15am I,
persons on the street afterward, they
speak to me and I am sure they would DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED

not have done so if I had not spoken Solid sleeping train composed cars observation of section compartment drawingroom Solid train, composed of electric lighted

kindly to them. It makes me feel cars and dining car, between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches W. M. SLEMONS
Chicago, and section, drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and
better satisfied with myself and I ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Jacksonville, Louisville ana Indianapolis;
know that I feel better than does the DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
one who is always finding fault. Solid train carrying electric lighted compartment Cleveland; also Pullman'sleeping car between
observation sleepers, and'electhc
Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondaysand
If any one who reads this is in- lighted section drawing-room sleepers. First- :
clined to be a fault finder, my advice lass coaches and smoking car. Dining car Thursdays of each week.Cincinnati.Dining car New Goods '
serves meals a la carte. I service between Atlanta and Arriving IDaily
would be to change. You will feel
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'It happier yourself, possibly live longer, FOR TICKETS PULLMAN RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION WRITE OR CALL ON
it costs you nothing, and may take off W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent.

the sharp. edges' .from those who are Atlantic Coast Line, OrlandoMtllltllllllllMIIHIMMMHIiliMMttlMMMMIH

struggling to please you with the := V

best means they have. Some day I

intend to write the editor of my fa- I..' We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
vorite farm paper and tell him what I
fine things he is doing and how his .. made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.

paper is improving. So few ever do .. Boys'- Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
this. But they will miss a dance to .

write a 'letter of complaint. Queer Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflia & Co. ; .

world, isn't it-John H. Brown, in i
OILThe & Co. Best place in the city to trade.
Mail and Breeze. OllV( JI


TO ALL CITY TAX PAYERS:
You are required by section 4 of .
the state law governing the assess- '") '
ment and collection of taxes in this ": W. M. SLEMONSORANGE
city, to make your returns by March
1st of each year. The act reads: I
"All persons, corporations and firms AVENUE
owning real or personal property taxable Olive Oil we sell is guaranteedto
by the city are hereby required
to make return of the same to the be absolutely pure, of Virgin Qual _11111 11111 11111 III!SIll 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 II 1111111111111111111111..
assessor before the first day of Marchof
each year." ity and is made from Selected Olives

The returns shall contain a com-



plete son day able the,return of corporation property list January and is made belonging description in or,the together firm year to on of for such the with all which tax-first per-the grown ble the to finest produce on the grade, Italian therefore of Olive Riviera.highly Oil, possi-Thisis rec- ::s" " " " " ,,"' !!; ;I !:I ;;!I=" ]III"III"III"" "


full cash value of each item thereof, ommended Cor"medicinal and tableuse. .
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including the full cash .value of each 11111I1111111111
of real estate."
a piece :-
If the names of owners are not
known all real estate will be assessedto Per Pint, 50 cents.
"unknown owner," and personal o'
property will be assessed in a lumpas Per Quart, $1.00. ,'.,.._' Orlando"Water -

"personal property," according to Per Gallon, $3.50. . >.:.', .
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the best information obtainable.If \ : .
returns are not made some
guess work will have to be indulged : I! in by the assessor. Better save future I
trouble by making returns now.I I
C. A. BOONE, City Assessor.

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should -
There's a reason why you 1. ,
advertise in the Sentinel And that '

reason is-it produces results. "- Gas Water Ice .


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NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that,the City
d Orlando, Florida, will on January 1, Office:--No. {its West Central Avenue ; .
1915, pay off with interest to that
date, bonds numbered 7, 8, 9, 10, 19 DeLaney & AbernethyDRUGGISTS
and 20, of the City of Orlando seven Telephone No.6. : e/
1. per cent bonds, issued July 1, 1892,
'1 according to the provisions made for
4 redemption in said bonds. .

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MR. AND MRS. LOMAX .J
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\ Miss Anna Westervelt, of Newark, _
N. J., entertained Friday at the beautiful -
home of her aunt, Mrs. Fred ,
Bieler, on Central avenue, in honor,of \ ,,- a aF :
the thirty-first anniversary of Mr.
and Mrs. E. Lomax, of Ohio. F
THE STATE BAHKOF ORLANDO The bride, arrayed in a lovely pearl VHsrrrORS
gray messaline, and the smiling -
groom in conventional black, led the I @ : .,, ._ i
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way to the elegant dining hall, where And :Dissidents
under th emellow lights a beautiful! ) .*
and impressive prayer was offered by i I c
Rev. E. N. Metcalfe, of Kentucky.! : Lock valuables in VmiHtluring ':
Om- _
your '
Our thoughts flew back thirty-one''I = I"

years ago when the groom led this! i .
L : tlio Fair v/ill for
v/e care
brIde to the altar and both took the I j : ,
vows that made them one for li%. j
LONG ESTAPLISHEDSAFC.CONSCRVATIVC.ACCOMMODATING After the prayer an elegant repast|I i thsia for you v/5fn] pleasure aiulvIihoni
was served, the tabl eand dining hall '
were beautifully decorated in red, cl\'
rgDu
a white and blue, and a cak ewith thir- _=
candles ornamented the .I
The Number of Robberies ty-one center 1 ==
of the table.'
a After the repast was served we returned I !i 4g4 tI

shows how important it is to place your valuables to the parlor, which was dec- / .
beyond the reach of theft. orated in festooning effects, and enjo'ed ; I ":]rt': IS A :\ _-
a delightful evening. ;
Our vault gives you the best protection-it is As the bridal pair looked over their :PLSASTOTO
anniversary tokens appreciation was = w
not only Burglar Proof.but Fire Proof not spoken in word only but in illu-I "
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-?' Safe Deposit Boxes for rent $1.00 and up per mined faces and sparkling eyes. As v.1rR"1
the guests departed they each wished t
year. I them many happy returns.'i OU" ,
Mr. and Mrs. Lomax, accompaniedby
their son and daughter-in-law, left
for St. Petersburg and Cuba Sunday.
THE STATE BANKOFORLANDO Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. 1L4
E. Lomax, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. John

7 I Ohio Lomax Orlando; Mr.;and Rev.and little and Mrs.Miss Mrs.Chas.Iva E.Tichenor N.Lomax Met;, : Unfe d Stat i>>epositt\n\ y

calfe and Masters Norris and Nor- :
man Metcalfe, Kentucky; Mrs. Mark ;
f McHenry, Texas; Mrs. E. Heil, Bos-
ton, Mass.; Mr. 0. Hayes, New York;
'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Miss A. Westervelt, Newark, N. J.;
Mrs. Fred Bieler, Orlando. -

t MRS. WATSON GIVES WASHING. Watson in serving coffee, sandwiches,! I dlll'II.II II.8'li'' III.I' ,, !i
TON'S BIRTHDAY PARTY doughnuts and candy. MRS. LAWTON HOSTESS FOR I I t lll l (I I N \ '
r Those enjoying Mrs. Watson's
hos- WEDNESDAY CLUB i
Monday afternoon Mrs. Blythe Wat- pitality were Mrs. M. E. Wright, :MissL nuts, raisins and whipped cream, SLAVES OF FASHION Why do women continue to let 4
son entertained in honor of Mrs. M. F. Dane, Mrs. J. J. Clark, :Mrs. The members of the Wednesday olives, pickles, sandwiches and grape- Paris dressmakers devise styles which
E. Wright, of Staunton, Va. with a George E. :McCulloch, Mrs. M. D. I Card club spent a happy afternoon fruit wine. -Pans dispatches" indicate that the obscure and destroy their figures and
r pretty Washington's Birthday party, Hutches, Mrs. T. 0. Brown, Mrs. with Mrs. J. B. Lawton yesterday, In attendance were Mesdames Temple new fashions for women will have the make frights or frumps of them?
the game played being "five hun- Chauncey Holt, Miss Charlotte Holt, and four tables of players were pres- Allerger, Brookmeyer, Sperry, bustle as a feature, with a crook in Poor man is already despairingthat
dred." The tally cards were small Mrs. J. D. Beggs, Mrs. Foran, Mrs. ent to enjoy a series of contests at Walter Wescott, Lawrence, Watson, milady's back and a kangaroo bend in women will ever have sense, so
I American flags. The first prize, cap Negus, Mrs. Chas. Campbell, and "five hundred." J. I. Thornton, Leonard Bumby, Hop-I her walk to accentuate the style. far as dress is concerned.Knickerbocker
: tured by Mrs. Foran, was a silk Mrs. W. P. Watson. The hostess made the high score pin, W. G. Johnson, W. E. Hudson, When will women revolt againstthe Press. A i
American flag. Mrs. J. D. Beggs received for the club; Mrs. Leonard Bumbyfor and :Misses :McKee and Hudson. ridiculous distates of fashion?
: the second prize, a George Just in, Ladies' Muslin Underwear the visitors, an dthe low score When will they put the ban on the SPECIAL NOTICE
Washington handkerchief. The guest -skirts, gowns, etc.-all prices, at for the latter was made by Mrs. Hop- When you need Shoes, try a pairof slovenly, disgraceful walk which Chautauqua tickets on sale Wednes
j, prize was a pretty little travelingcase. Boardman's "The Store of Satisfac- pin.Mrs. Boardman's Specials for men, or seems to be the fad of today, the day morning, February 25th, at Cur-
tion." 2-24-lt Lawton, assisted by Miss Rita "Sorosis" for ladies. You can get walk which is described as the tis & O'Neal's book store, at 8 o'clock.
The hostess was assisted by Mrs. Lawton and Mrs. J. B. Lawton, Jr., them at Boardman's "Store of Satis- "debutante's slouch," but ought to be First come, first served.
Charles Campbell and Mr. Blythe I Sentinel want ads. are read. served tempting patties, filled with faction." 2-24-lt known as the monkey shuffle? FORREST DABNEY CARR, I
Mana1er.I .

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