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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 25, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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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 )
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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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Volume ID: VID00339
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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

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



VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1914. NUMBER 13.E .

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BY FEDERAL[ [ TRADE E COMMISSION :Manager Pleased of Exhibit With_Says Resultsat lie Is Well City Discussion Commissioneers of Matter Hold Which Lengthy MEXICAN[ STATES T 1[ A RS R REPUBLICS[ _


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1 SMALL CONCERNS WILL BE AN ioTllER I TOURING PARTY Will Pleased with the results of the goodly part of the session of the NEVI TRAffiC ORDINANCE[ I IB IS8NO CARRANZA NEGOTIATINGWITH

t LEFT FREE OF ITS YISIT ORtAIDOMARCH H 1 U] awards at the fair and expressing his city commissioners yesterday was B fOMUlATO[ [ ROTHSCHILDS

WATCHFUL EYE i appreciation of the courtesies extended given to a discussion of the widthof FOR FUNDS

him as manager of the Volusia streets, and trying to determine

So Well Pleased With Treatment Ac- county exhibit by the fair officials I what action shall be taken to make City Attorney Massey Working on

COMPAMIES[ UNOrn BAN and others, Mr. C. E. Rowland, of De- the width uniform.It .
H llOU11N C corded First Party That Another Document Which Will Soon Be UlLESOFARIOIEI'W T
Land, said last night that his county appears that this question comes
One Is Sent
Submitted
to Council
would be represented at the fair up in one form or another nearly i

WILL BE CLASSIFIED ACCORD again next year and would send a every day, and has come to be one of THE INABILITY OF REBEL CHIEFTO

ING TO THEIR GOOD INTENTIN I' Mayor E. F. Sperry has received a much larger and better exhibit. vexing recurrence to the commsisioners. The need of a revision of the traf- COMPLY WITH DEMANDSOF
fetter from the GillespieKJnsportcompany "We waited too long this year in There are streets of varying fic laws of the city has become so
SUCH
EXERCISING
BANKERS DELAYS
who plan and manage personally beginning to arrange for an exhibit," width in Orlando, and improvementsthat apparent that City Attorney Louis C.
FUNCTIONS conducted tours to all parts : said Mr. Rowland. "We had splendid are planned for one street will Massey has been given the task of RECOGNITIONSpecial

\I of the world, thanking him for the co-operation! in what we had to dis not do for another. There are streets revising the ordinances on that sub-

Special to the SentineLWashington splendid manner in which the party play, and we captured a sufficient that are not streets and streets that ject. to the SentineLWashington

Feb. 24.-The scope of II under their direction was entertainedin proportion of the prizes to make us are alleys and lanes, and yesterday it Street Commissioner Johnson gave Feb. 24.Recognitionof

the proposed federal trade commis- Orlando, and saying that another feel that the effort was worth the was developed that one of the streetsin the city attorney certain reforms that five Mexican states as separate republics -

sion will be limited to "big business" party would reach this city Wednes- while, but there is no doubt that we question was not a street' but a he wished to have incorporated in the has been agreed upon by the
only, and concerns that have an aggregate March United States and Great Britain'and
day, 11. might have captured more of the premiums place. The commissioners are puz proposed ordinance,and together they
gross revenue of less than The letter that other is to become effective as soon as the
says places and done much better all zling their brains with the question, went over the old ordinance, with the
$3,000,000 will not be subjected to its that were previously included in the round if we had only started about "When is a street not ,a street andwhen result that a decision was reached to rebels capture Torreon.

surveillance. route will be eliminated so that Or- it earlier. is it?" draw a new ordinance to supersede This was ascertained today from

The house judiciary committee is lando may be included. The first "I can't say too much in appreciation No conclusion was reached, but i in the old. official authority. The only difficultyso

compiling its draft of an anti-holding party was composed of twenty-eight of the courtesies shown us by the near future the commission will It is understood that there will be far appears to be in the inabilityof
bill. This bill is to be limited people who remained two days. Theyall Carranza to reach
company the fair officials, and by the people take action which will definitely de some changes in the code now in an agreementwith
' in its operations as to such companies left a considerable amount'' of generally. We certainly fell in lovewith termine the width of streets, and alls preparation which will call for a rad the Rothschilds for loans to
as shall seem to the committee in the town, but aside from finance the
money Orlando and believe the town i plats of subdivisions will be requiredto ical change in some of the practicesnow new government.The
dangerous to competition and in that Orlando will, receive much val destined for a great future. I believe be approved first by the commission followed by drivers. rebel general is said to be unwilling -

restraint of trade. uable publicity from them, for they those of our people who visited the before streets are dedicated and to assume the responsibilityfor

Holding companies are to.be gov declared Orlando to be the best of all fair have a more correct impressionof entered for record. YANNIGANS TRIMMED IN FIRST the new government until his

erned by law and are to be classified Florida towns they had visited and its reach and scope than they did --- GAME WITH REGULARS financial arrangements. are completed.It .
with respect to the good intent of the hospitality they received here had before, and this will aid in arousing was made- plain- in official circles

their sphere of functioning.A been equaled by none of the others.It greater interest in the display another COPftR O [R MINE OWNERS PUT BAN Special to the Sentinel- that the Carranza government wouldbe

feature of the bill is to make pays to advertise. year. Some of our folks had the Tampa, Fla., Feb. 24.=-The first controlled by British finances. The

dirtctors personally responsible for idea that it was only a local fair and ON UNION MEN game of the season was played here inability of the rebel chief to meet
the acts of the corporations. The CHINESE ,EGGS SOLD IN TAMPA would not have much advertising val- today when the regulars lined up their terms is the only condition;

purpose is chiefly to do away with BELOW MARKET ue, but in this they were badly mis- against the recruits. The game re- which now prevents a speedy recognition -

dummy directors. taken. It seemed tot me that the Surrender of Membership in Western sulted in the Yannigans being as separates republics the states

Special Tampa to the, Fla.Sentinel, Feb. 24.-The first greater number of people who viewedour Federation Price Men Must trimmed 3 t6 1. Humphreys and of Chihuahua, Sonora, Nuevo, Leon
> display were visitors from other Stack for the regulars, Keester and and Coahuala. \
car of eggs received here from China Pay for Work
PlAN TO BRING LJNMPOYD[ [() was put on sale today at prices a states."I Zeebel for the Yannigans did the slab Representatives of the rebel cause

S few cents below the regular market. know that Volusia county gained work. in Washington stated that the nego
JOBS TOGETHffi[ Hancock, Mich., Feb. 24.-A state-
AND The entire lot of three thousand much more in advertising value than tiations between British bankers and
dozen was disposed of within a few was spent on the exhibit. In fact,- I ment by 0. N. Hiltron, attorney for PRESENCE OF MIND ALL THAT Carranza had been pending for some
believe that our people have never the striking miners, at the openingof 1- '
hours after the sale opened. SAVED WIFE months through the officials of an
Convention Is to Be Held in New spent a similar amount of money to the congressional hearing today, English oil company in Mexico. In

York With That End GAVE DRINK TO GET CONFESS such advantage in all that has been that the copper strikers would be Gloversville' N. Y., Feb. 24.-Presence the beginning of their negotiationsthey
in View satisfied to return to work under
out in the of publicity. ex-
put way of mind saved Mrs. James MeConnell's promised Carranza a continua-
SIGN FROM HER Mr. Rowland came from DeLand isting conditions, provided they were life when she was pursuedby tion of their land leases if in return
New York, Feb. Regulariza- not discriminated against because of
yesterday to close up matters con- an enraged with smok- they could get the of the
husband a support
tion of business, efficient public em- Little Valley, N. Y., Feb. 24.-Mrs. affiliation with organization, was
the Volu any
nected with the removal of revolver in his hand. constitutionalist
ing McConnell
ployment offices and a just and eco- Cynthia Buffum, on trial here for the sia exhibit. He impressed all with met with a reply by A. F. Rees, chief fired twice at the fleeing the 1 government.
nomical of insurance murder of her husband, resumed before woman,
system unemployment -
counsel for the mine Mr.
I whom he came in contact with his owners.
first shot striking the rim of her BODY OF DEMON DEMANDED OF
1 are three: remedies for unemployment a jury today her story of how : eminent fitness for the work which he Rees said it was the position of the
glasses and causing flesh
John B. District Attorney Cole and private a slight VILLA BY UNITED STATES
suggested by mine owners that the Western Fed- ,
assumed for his county. The V olu- "
wound, while the second was imbed-
Andrews, secretary of the American detectives of Buffalo secured from eration of :Miners must be eliminatedforever i
sia exhibit was displayed probable
y ded in her hair.
Association for Labor Legislation, in her an alleged confession. Sh better than other couim, exhibit. from the field and that no Washington, Feb. 24.-An imperative -
an illustrated bulletin issued from the showed no emotion other than ap any member of that union could be taken When the second shot was fired, demand has been made by the

association's headquarters at 131 East parent indignation as she recounted d CARSON BACK TO PRISON WITH back to work unless' he surrendered Mrs. McConnell dropped apparently government of the United States on
Twenty-third street, this city, an- the details of her story. membership.. lifeless into the bath tub, and her Gen. Villa to produce the body of

nouncing the national conference on 1 The coup made by her attorney inputting SANITY IN" DOUBT Hilton said that and hoursno husband, believing he had killed her, William S. Benton, a British subject,
unemployment to be held here on : her on the stand to block ac wages left the room. McConnell immediately whose death occurred in Juarez, Mex-
Stockton, Cal, Feb. 24.-"Silent" longer were items of dispute and I ico
turned the himself. He on February 16.
February 27 and 28 with the Amer- ceptance of the "confession" attracted weapon on
Carson, whose death sentence has were satisfactory to the miners. The
ican section of the International As- an immense crowd from all partsof is probably mortally wounded. All the influence and power of the ,
been commuted month after month, operators had been making an honest
sociation on Unemployment."The the county today. administration have been concentrated -
while he has been under observationat effort to improve working conditions
labor market is unorganized, Mrs. Buffum repeated in detail her the state hospital for the insane, he believed, and the only dis in this communication. It is being
GlENN CURTISS U S CONFERS[ S
resulting in confusion, waste and loss assertion that the detectives posingas was returned to Folsom penitentiary agreement was over the right of th WITH delivered either by United States
to and her friends took her to Buffalo, Consul Edwards at Juarez or Consul
employers employes declaresthe
men to organize. eRODMANANAMAER
: today with the question of his sanitystill
[
her with drink Letcher
bulletin, which goes on to state plied planned the at Chihuahua.
upon authority of the United States statement she was to make, threat in doubt. Rees declared that many of the Secretary of State Bryan directed
Since coming here Carson has been
mines in full
were operation and that .
Census that in 1900 nearly 6J>00OOO ened and coerced her. On this testimony Consuls Edwards and Letcher to
examined many times by alienists, the operators could not promise to Famous Aviator Called Into Conference
her seeks to show that
working people, or about 25 per cent lawyer make the demand. The telegram followed
and once was hypnotized to determine take all the strikers back. They Over
of all engaged in gainful occupations, the statements are not proper evi Proposed TransAtlantic a request from the British am-
whether he shamming dumbnessand
was would not reinstate those who had
were unemployed some time duringthe dence. Flight bassador, Sir Arthur Spring-Rice,
insanity. The doctors could not been guilty of acts of violence. He
Of these who spoke in the of his
year. over 3,000,000 lost name government -
make up their minds. said there was no objection to the I
from one to three month's work each, THE PENNSYLVANIA PICNIC men organizing but thought they New York, Feb. 24.-Lieut. John to whom the widow of Benton

over 2,500,000 lost from four to six BOND OF BOND TRUSTEE HENS would be better off with local unions,' Cyril Porte, of England, and Lieut. had appealed.This .
months, and over 700,000 lost from The Pennsylvania basket picnic, DRICKS APPROVED even without the financial supportof : John H. Towers, U. S. N., mentionedas demand by the American gov-
seven to twelve months. Upon the which is an'annual affair, as is well an outside organization. the aviators who will pilot the ernment is the latest and most important -

low wage, basis of $10 a week, it is known, will be held on Saturday, Feb- The fidelity bond of J. T. Hendricks, Rodman Wanamaker flying boat in step looking to the solutionof
estimated that approximately $1,000- ruary 28th, at Russell's amusement "The Western Federation is Moy- the
recently elected bond trustee, was approved the contemplated trans-Atlantic crime with which Villa and
000 was lost through unemploymentthat park, on Lake Ivanhoe. All Pennsylvanians erism, he declared. "It is'not or- the Mexican
by the city commission yes flight, came to town today for a con- revolutionists stand
year alone. Similar data col- in the vicinity and their terday. The bond is for the sum of ganized labor. ference with Mr. Wanamaker. Glenn charged, and which may bring abouta

lected for the 1910 census, it is stated, friends are invited, and are expectedto $15,000. City Clerk Jansen called the H. Curtiss, who is building the fly- change of policy on the part of the
are still unpublished. Figures taken bring well filled baskets. The com attention of the commission to the FROM CHICAGO TO MIAMI IN ing boat, is also here for the confer- American government toward the

from the 1905 census of manufacturers mittee in charge will be on the fact that several other bonds of city COVERED WAGONSA revolutionary cause.

however, show that in that year grounds at 10 a. m. Dinner served employes would expire soon. Actionwas ence.While it is generally believed in The assassination of Benton has

out of seven million workers in man- between 12 and 1 ,o'clock. Music in taken'directing them to make band of gypsies traveling in i aeronautical circles that Lieut. Tow- stirred the American governmenj as

ufacturing industries nearly two anda the pavilion in the afternoon. In arrangements for their renewal at three covered wagons passed through ers will be picked as the second pilot, no act committed in Mexico since the
half million were either unem- case of rain dinner will be served in once. Orlando yesterday. They were en Towers is noncommittal."I beginning of the disturbances in Oc

ployed or compelled to seek a new the pavilion. route to Miami, having made the trip have been sent here to investi- tober, 1910, has done.

employment during the year. WILL MAKE ADDRESS ON BUILDING straight through from Chicago. gate the proposed plan," said Towers, "It is not because ;Benton was an
"There are jobs without men and FRANCE WILL HAVE BIG EX- AND LOAN "and can not give even a personal Englishman that the United States

men without jobs. Let us bring to- HIBIT AT FRISCO Mr. E. L. Kessler, of Charlotte, REGISTRATION OFFICE ON LOW- opinion on the subject of the flight government is aroused, but becausethe

gether the, jobless men and manless Paris, France, Feb. 24.-The cham- N. C., president of the North Carolina ER FLOOR NOW until the proposition has been laid killing of Benton, unless Villa did

t jobs," says the bulletin, in urging the ber of deputies voted an appropriation Building & Loan league, will before me and explained. That the it in self defense and by his own

establishment of a widespread sys- of $400,000 to provide for official: address a mass meeting at the Tea Supervisor of Registration F. H. government will select me for one of hands, was unjustifiable and inhu-

tem of closely knit, efficient labor French participation in the Panama- and Rest Room the evening of Feb- Williams is now located on the lower the pilots is by no means certain.. man," said a prominent administration

exchanges. A full page map shows Pacific exposition at San Francisco. ruary 26, at 8 o'clock, on the advantages floor of the court house, occupying, As to progress made on the Wana official.

that nineteen states and twelve mu- of belonging to a building and, one of the rooms set apart for the maker 'plane, Mr. Curtiss said: He voiced the feeling entertainedby

nicipalities, following European prec- MARYLAND'S OYSTER TAX IS loan association. Mr. Kessler comes use of the superintendent of public 1 "Up to the present tie most of a majority of administration offi-

edents, have already made provisionfor DECLARED INVALID at the invitation of the Orlando Mu-' instruction. The list has reached a the work has had to do with plans cials.

public labor exchanges. Washington, Feb. 24.-The Mary tual Building and Loan association. total of 485. Mr. Williams believes and drawings of the machine. I 1:

Mayor John Purroy Mitchel will ad- land oyster tax law of 1910 was an- Ladies are especially invited to be hat the new location of his office mad should say that the plans for the SAVANNAH TURPENTINE

dress, the opening session of the con- nulled as unconstitutional by the supreme present have some effect in causing people to 'plane itself are fifty per cent. com Savannah Ga.
Feb.
IL ference in the aldermanic chamberin court today. register. He is now in full view oi pleted. When we have satisfied ourselves quiet, 44c.; no sales;24.Turpentine receipts 155.- is
: city hall, at which official dele The law authorized the collectionof Ladies' Home Journal for March, all who may pass through the court; that everything is right it will Rosin firm; no sales; receipts 4,183.
; gates will be present representing the a tax of 17 cents a bushel upo the best ever. New magazines com house whereas formerly he had to besought be a matter of less than four weeks Quote: B, D and E, 3.971-2; F and

governors and mayors of cities in the I all oysters unloaded from vessels and I ing in daily. Curtis & O'Neai's book out by mounting the stairs in to do the actual construction work.. I G,,4.021-2 3.971-2@4.00; K, 4.40; ;H M,, 4.00@4.021-2 5.25; N, 6.25;;
leading industrial states. not for further shipment by water. store. the rear of the building. The motor is practically finished." WG, 6.40WW, 6.80.fl f

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The Opera great House Lydia at Namreoff 3 O'clock Von , Today L at.

Teiokelstein-Mountford, whose won- "
derful lectures "On Hidden Life in E., oo,. ;: 'i :, t
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; Modern Palestine will be another MONTGOMERY MOTION
;tr strong attraction. Madame Mount- Grand it
;;', fords description of "The Thief on PICTURE CO'S ineati .
'' the Cross" and "The Parable of the
startled the'entire
Ten Talents, has

Christian world. Her engagementsare ahead. WE have just received a ship The South's
being booked four years Finest Picture Theatre
ment of the latest style of

"GAS IRONS" Mr. H. P, Comely will render a violin solo at each per- :

which we are placing on the market formance. Owing to illness in his family this will be his ;

FOR $3,00 EACH last appearance in Orlando. '
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They are absolutely guaranteed to be "DZZARD LORE The Coast of California Carmel !
perfectly safe and at the same time inexpensive near
to operate. They cost only by the Sea. Pathe.
1-3 as much to operate as an electric

y {st iron and are much easier to handle.. "THE ESCAPE OF JIM DOLAN," Selig. A two reel WesI I '

OU a the office and tee one demonstrated.QRNDO r
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Mountford. by our superb orchestra.
Holy Land Messenger From Jerusalem - -
Palestine.The .
renowned Chautauqua Lecturer Children "i
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on Biblical Orientalisms and in- Adults lOc
trepreter of the manners and customsof
the Holy Land was born and
brought up in the Holy City of Jeru- Continuous
salem, Palestine.She Performance from 3:30: to 10 P. M.4.tlllltl'ltI411114tl .
has lectured not only in Great
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the United States and
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The Bible abounds with figures
from every-day life of the people of ,
the Holy Land, their dress, ornaments arrived load For Economy and purchase
Just
and domestic utensils, which car

' when unlock understood invaluable, treasure.furnish the In key orderto tow FORDS for immediate W RIG H T&BBD CO power of your mon-

understand the prophetic languageof & "Try Wright's" Farm
the Bible it is necessary to havean delivery. FOR ESTATE ey,
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acquaintance with the Scripturesin Business and '
'Dials Our Garden Seeds. in
general. Figures were originallyused
not for ornament, but to explain Get yours nowF. Orlando Florida
the sacred truths, and we needy bulk.Motto" Quantityand
them for the same purpose still for G. RUSH,
we have no way of understandingwhat Quality.Fresh .
is difficult, but by the applica- Phone 226
tion pf what is familiar. A knowl- Eggs 29C doz. Best Creamery Butter 39C lb.
edge of the symbolical language of Sweet Milk Ice lbs. Limes
100 ,
13c qt. I 5oc ISC doz.
the Bible is of great importance in
order to our understanding and prof- rr Sweet Milk 07C pint Fresh Butter Milk ". IOG qt.

,;, iting This by unknown what we read.and mysterious Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Present': delivered by Express,

phase of Oriental thought and life (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door 31.35 cash with order.
still exists among the natives in
i Palestine, and Madame Mountford
grew up amidst such surroundings, 340 Acres Good Land
' unconsciously drinking in knowledgeand

tain wisdom.of living At waters this perennial, she became foun- / 40 acres under fence 200 good orange trees, two story house, barn
imbued with the hidden life of the ,
people as it revealed to her a means best of three lakes. sale
water Snap bargain
,
r to verify the statements made in the ,
Bible outside-the written word itself; \ a
for even John declares that "There
were many other things which Jesus

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even the world itself coult not con- .
tain the books that should writ-
me ABOUT FOUNTAIN PENS
ten." And it is especially from this
source of knowledge of the unknown

y ford Life of has Jesus prepared, that a Madame series of Mount-lectures There are plenty pf good fountain pens in ORLANDO BANK & TRUST COMPANYe r

' on "The Life of Christ," which the market and unfortunately there is also a
gives a greater and wider vision of
His wonderful GenealogyHistoryand supply of poor ones. We have yet to see a Orlando, Florida.Condition .
Ministry-which is not recordedin better self-filling than the Conklin,
writing, but handed down
by tra-
at the close of business December
dition, amongst the people of His own and have never sold a better one of the other 31, 1913
homeland.
} Sydney Bulletin, Australia: The type than Moore Non-Leakable. We Sell both RESOURCESLoans

wonder deepens and hears! Positively this the more kinds on an absolute guarantee of "your mon- and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $403,080.10
the one more sees profound is the gifted admirationand woman Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 362.37
back if want it. A fountainpen
astonishment she awakens. Again ey you good Stocks and Bonds . . . . . .. . . . . . . . 26,018.33
last night she literally held spell has come to be almost a necessity to every Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . . . . . . 200,946.57

} bound every available an immense place audience in the School, filling of business man or woman. If you have none, Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures . . . ., 25,974.87

A Arts. Criticism verily sat dumb be- or have one that is unsatisfactory, let us
fore the wondrously truthful and life- $656,382.24
- like pictures she painted of every-day show you the guaranteed sort. I LIABILITIES
't
life in the Metropolis of Palestine.
3 Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000.00 d
' FOR SALE W. S. BRANCH, Surplus and Undivided Profits . . .. . . . . 35,214.86
20 acres located three miles from Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 521,167.38
city on proposed brick road; eight The Arcade Book and Music StoreSacrifice
' acres bearing grove; two acres $656,382.24 3
5 cleared and ten acres timber; four
room cottage. Price $3,500.
25 acres four miles from city; ten Deposits on Dec. 31,1912 . .'. . . . . . :. . $489,971.68
acres in grove, four hundred bearing inilMIIMIMmmiMIIIMMMIIIIIIMMt Deposits on Dec. 31,1913 . . . . . . . . . $521,167.38
, orange and two hundred threeyearold -
grapefruit trees; twelve acres
fruit land_ and three acres garden Increase . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . 31,195.70
i land; cottage and barn, located on The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust
lake
front
Price $5,000.
70 acres choice fruit and vegetableland M rrice Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and
; three and one-half miles from a friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement.The .
city. Price $30 per acre. management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects i
Five-room cottage and lot one hun- the conservative, san; and progressive methods employed in
dred by four hundred feet; located on
main highway leading out of city, this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and
' Price $2,000.Five @ strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in health-
acres of bearing orange grove, ful statements to its patrons.M. _
well located. Price $2,000.
140 acres overlooking a beautiful M. SMITH, President '
choice lots for immediate sale. Located
lake, one and one-fourth miles from Several just
railroad station and packing house; W. M. DAVIS, Vice-President C. E. NOLAN, CashierWE
20 acres bearing orange grove con- one lot off Magnolia avenue on Concord avenue. Improved
taining hundred trees. The
remaining fourteeij land is high grade fruit with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest
and garden soil. Price $12,000.
2,000 acres choice fruit land, well locations in Orlando. .
located. Can be had at a bargain.J. .
E. CRAWFORD, FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES I MtlMIMHtMlilllllMMIMtmillMMIMHMH
Office Over Blue Drug Store, The Price is
. Right AND DO ALL KINDS OF
117 South Orange Ave. Phone 404,
Orlando, Florida. OPTICAL REPAIRING A Doll's HouseOne
2.20-tf

R SOMETHING NEWA of Ibsen's Strongest and Best Known Plays

smoothing iron that burns coal Will Be Given by the
oil. Quick heater; no danger. A irI
economic sound, sane household, safe and necessity.serviceable Call Or1ffo Real l R Estate Co. Rollins School of Expression,

at Model Grocery and get demonstration. .
2-22-31 DR. L H. RAMSDELL In Lyman Gymnasium, \Vinter Park, Wednesday,

Phone 504 Watkins Block OPTOMETRIST Evening, March 4th, 1914, at 8:15 o'clock.
W. T. ENTRICAN,
Makes a specialty of painting, paper- (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Lam) ADMISSION 50 CENTSII.IlllllllllllllillllllfAIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
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-n';.L, n IETSONNIYERSITYr Day _Exercises[ Held as Supreme Auta'0il' ORLANDO O CHAUTAUQUA 1 A Il A i ONE JOLLY STARTINGMonday .WEEK


t t.i! :d Reports Are Received The oil that has -BEGINNING- i

: From Officers stood the su- MARCH 1st to 9th, 1914 : March 2 ; ;

preme test I
l Fla., Feb. .-The trus- Orlando Opera'House : SPECIAL RETURN ENGAGEMENT OF TilE,
... ,: John B. Stetson university .
; t", regular annual session oA -- THAT: __ FORREST DARNEY CARR, Manager OLD RELIABLE AND ORIGINAL

afternoon, and the usual


presentation at melting the auditorium of the day trustees exercises Friday.the were At officers elected held the Good Gulf Gasoline GOY.J.ATTRACTIONS FRANK HANLY MRS.Will C. t IDA. have S. C.B.charge COLE of the 1.1.\ P Park ]Draalic]r ti Co.

for the following
year were best men of the age.
and are as follows: For four years Governor of
Indiana, and one of the Management Jas. A. Park
President, John B. Stetson, Jr.; WILLIS MUSICAL,
PROF. L. MOORE
vice-president, H. B. Stevens; secre- Eighteen years Chief of the Rogers BandU. In our own Monster Canvas Covered Theatre, with all the

tary, Silas B. Wright; treasurer, Lin- \ P. G. WALTON, Agt. S. Weather Bureau. Robley Male Quartette Comfort and Convenience of a First Class Opera House.

coln Hulley. Administration committee DR. C. H. TYNDALL Miss Christine Levin, Contralto Absolutely waterproof and thoroughly heated on cool
, : Dr. Lincoln Hulley, J. B. Conrad, Scientist. in Recital nights.

E. L. Hon, H. B. Stevens, S. A. Wood, PHONES 450.269.lltttIIJilllllllllllll.tt DR. SIGEL ROUSH Miss Martha Alexander,Violinist .
Countess Santa Eulalia, and Silas B. Journalist, Traveler, Lee Mr. Forrest Dabney I Carr, and WITH NEW AND GREAT PLAYS
turer. Jessie L Hudson Company
Wright. IIIIIIIMMHIIIimiM MDME.VON FINKELSTEIN EXTRA-Added vaudeville features. The best ever pre-

The treasurer's and bursar's state- MOUNTFORDWill sented in this cit)".
merits showed the university to be in I Lecture on the life and READERS
excellent financial condition and entirely customs of Holyland. Entire change of play and vaudeville each night. Don't

out of debt with a balance in For Sale DR. CAROLYN GEISEL Miss Gay Zenola McLaran miss the opening play.
; Mr.Hal Merton, Master Magic
the treasury. The financial conditionwas Will give a course of most
HELPFUL, UP-TO-DATE lECMiss Elizabeth Sheffield Allen,
never as good and the usefulnessof TURES on HEALTH. Reader and Impersonator
the school is being very much in-
Monday Night March 2ndWE
creased. The regular attendance is j Modern 8-room : : ,
larger this year than ever before and
House 2 doors SEASON TICKETS ON SALE AT WILL PRESENT
the model schools having been abol-

ished the registration is in the higher Orlando CURTIS & O'NEAL'S BOOK STORE Florida
of
grades and the number of seniors : i west Wyom- "The Halfbreed"The
Tickets on Sale, Wednesday Morning, Feb. aSth
\ wearing "caps and gowns" is larger ing Hotel. Bar-
than ever before in the history of the
Greatest Western Play Ever Written
school.

a meeting of the administration tAt > gain. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ................................ ....... . .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .- ALL NEW SPECIAL SCENERY FOR THIS PLAY

committee following the regular ses-

sion of the board, Silas B. Wrightwas
elected secretary and C. B. Rosa A. L. Bentley, \ WtlAT\ DOS[ YOUR W AStlING COSH? J WITH THE SAME LOW PRICES ADMISSION 15c TO

was .elected bursar for the followingyear. 1 101 AMELIA AVENUE EVERYBODY. RESERVED CHAIRS ONLY 9c ,

milllUMMIMtllttltMIMMMMMMIMIMIMlim. EXTRA. LOCKHARrS FIELD NEARA.

ADVERTISING IN SENTINEL : HOME LAUNDRY %REEL op. C. L. DEPOTlittMIMMimiMlittllMIIHMiMIIMtlllimii

BRINGS RESULTS : What Does This Mean To You?

In an issue of-the Sentinel printed .: Shoe Repairing ; :, STEAM :: SANITARY :: MODERN :: FIRE PROOF '"

during the month of October, Mrs.
by PARCEL POSTMen's :
\ ; Who is YOUR Washerwoman? ..IIIIII'II'llllllllllliIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDII'I'11reter
R. N. Seymour, of Hill street, Orlando :
: her ?
"" i Have YOU ever inspected premises
inserted an advertisement offer- : : Does SHE use CLEAN WATER and PLENTY OF IT?
ing her place for sale. Mr. A. T. :I Ladies'Half Half Soles Soles, 60e 7se:to to SSe 7ScChildren's Is YOUR clothing washed with that of HER FAMILY? ran Society ladies Minstrel

Heyman, of Dayton, 0., saw the advertisement T Half Soles, sOcto : Is there Tuberculosis or other contagious disease in her family?
: 15eHand .
cut it out it in
placed
avoid bringing infection to
f Turned Soles, $l.oo : Can SHE sterilize your clothing and
his pocketbook, came to Orlando in : Heels Repaired, 2c : YOUR Home, YOUR family? TO BE PRESENTED FORCIVIC
December and bought the place. This : Have you room in your house fitted with electricity, gas, or wood
information has been a little slow in I All work returned in 24 hours. stove in which your ironing could be done?

reaching the office of the Sentinel, I ._Orders without C. 0. D.remittance We pay returned Truly-WHAT DOES YOUR, WASHING COST-in convenienceIN LEAGUE

but it is just as good today as it was return postage. MONEY? IN HEALTH? .
then,Sand bears out the exhortations THE HOME LAUNDRY makes a specialty of washing By MISS J. PEARLE ROGERSABLY
often transmitted through these columns clothes; the purest soap is used; the cleanest water-changed at
A. Hanson least 5 times.If .
: "If you have anything to sell, ASSISTED BY
we Wet Wash it, it will be 'returned damp, ready to dry
wish to let East Pine Street I
or buy anything your I9 and iron; if we Rough Dry it, it will be starched and dried and
wants be known through the Sentinel, ; ORLANDO - FLORIDAMilHMMIMMIMMMtli the Bed Room and Table Linen will be ironed ready for use. Fifty Society Ladies
and you will be pretty certain to Your clothes are washed by itself-not mixed with others).
achieve the desired results. It paysto Our price for WET WASH is Fifty Cents for twenty pounds I
advertise." --- - -- -dry weight-and Two and one-half Cents for each additional
Dr. BucRmaster pound. Friday, February 27th
KEEPING POSTED.A Our price for ROUGH DRY is Fifty Cents for eight pounds .
-dry weight, and Six Cents for each additional pound. : iimtmmmmiiiimmmimmiimimiimtiimmmiimmiummtmimmiiiiiiiium'_
in small WHAT DOES YOUR WASHING COST? Can you AFFORDIT ..
stranger arriving a Osteopathic Physician : ,
? .
city and being anxious to put up at -
a good hotel, accosted a man loung- 132 Orange'Avenue : We will be glad to call for it-and deliver same in a few hours.
ing on a fence, a short distance .

from the station. Next door to People's Bank,, .. The Home Laundry
")Iy friend, can you direct me to i The Altamonte
up-stairs. Acute and chronic : | |
a good hotel? 415 DELANEY STREET PHONE 634: [
The fellow on the fence an" obviously diseases treated.Telephone : ,
a ,.** slow thinker, studied awhile I ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, FLORIDA. j
and then said, "Well, there's: 578. ;
'The Main 'The Central,' 'The Prin- A beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlandoor A. C. L !
cess' and 'The Arlington" ; ; R.R.) Come out and getthe best dinner served in interior ; ;
Now the stranger had been directed ! Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the
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to a certain hotel by a train Ladies' hair dressing, massage,, Chicago Ladies' Orchestra Is So
acquaintance and remembering the Popular I most beautiful and healthful location in Florida, on !
?s'iampoo, electric drier. Gem Barbc high ridge between two lovely lakes 40 in
name, asked "Isn't there a hotel nam- ; | acres parks. ; ;
ed 'The Sovereign?'" Shop. 1-2-tf That Members Have No Time for Vacations I Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc. I _
"Oh, yes," replied the man on the ! Hotel has 500eetbroad piazza. All modeen improve- 11
fence, "That's where I work." WOOD, .OAL AND ICE ments. Orange and, grapefruit grove free to guests.
Now, Mr. Merchant, are you like Chicago Ladies' Orchestra I vacation during the whole year
the man sitting on the fence? Do I I Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hands; THE organization will give a A greater variety of music and ea Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet.
people have to ask for your place"of Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf tertainment Is now offered in the pro
concert here this season, is now
business or are you alive to your op- gram than in any previous season, in
portunities? filling its ninth successful season. eluding horn quartet, violin soles GEO. E. BATES & SON Proprietors
Keep the people posted by using. Changes have been made from time reading and other special numbers, Ir ,
.. the It columns of the Sentinel. To THE WEST to time in its personnel, but the highest addition to many selections by the fal :Summer Resort liThe Grand," Mount Vernon, N. H.
pays. standard of work has always been orchestra.
Phone for our ad. man. He'll explain t 1IIIIIIIII'I'I'llljlllllll"II'I'III'IIIIIIII"IIIII.fLfeTm *
maintained. So great has been their The program Is chosen from mod
how you can advertise at a VIASMINOLt
small cost and place your store in v

the CHADWICK'S front.? ---- -SPECIAL- SALE [ LIMITED \ IIIIMIIIItHtMtMHMMMItMMilMrMltttiMitlH


LASTING 30 DAYS Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm
No. 1-10 acres, 21.2 miles south. Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm ---w1
east of city, on hard road, all improved Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A.C.L. 9:00 pm VACUUM CLEANER f
; 175 budded orange and grape- Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L__11:10 pm 4
fruit trees just coming into bearing; Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L.____ 1:15 am Prt
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 .
of city, nicely situated to divide Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 6:20 am
into home lots. Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga._ 7:30 amr
1 No. 3-13 acres, 8 acres with 6-
Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.12:05 p
room house and 200 bearing grove; Ar Birmingham,Ala.C.of G.1205 pm Have your room or house
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
4-5 acres east between Amelia Ar Cairo, Ill., I. C._________11:07 pm cleaned without dust or troubleof
and Concord avenues, just over city Ar Carbondale, III, I. C____12:13 am
limit line; a part of it to bearing
grove and grapery; a fine 8-room Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C._____ 7:05 am .; V4 v. moving furniture .
house and other buildings. This is a
rare bargain to get a city home just Ar Centralia, Ill., I. C._____ 1:38 am ..
$
over the city line. Give this your at- Ar Matoon, III, I. C_______ 3:30 am { 5
,q' tention.No. Ar Champaign, Ill., I. C_-_ 4:29 am The Pierce Electric Co. send Experienced
4 5-10 acres, 20 improved with Ar Kankakee, 111., I. C._____ 6:20 am an
,*500 choice bearing orange trees, south Ar Chicago, Ill., I. C._______ 7:50 am
side of lake, near Altamonte Springs; CHICAGO LADIES' ORCHESTRA. man.
i fine bungalow of 8 rooms; also 4-room Solid Through Trains-Composed of
;.d cottage furnished; beautiful lawn and observation, compartment, drawingroom success that others have tried to era and standard operas of the mo
shade; tennis court (cement); the section, sleeping cars, and free share it by adopting their name or I popular type and other sources show place of the South, known as imitating their style of program. Another the best. Both the critics and t SEE THEM FOR TERMS
reclining chair between Jackson-
cars
the Foss Grove. On account of the proof of their great success and general public agree with the verc
death of Mr. Foss, Mrs. Foss can no ville and Chicago, and Jacksonvilleand the consequent demand for them is ,of the Lincoln, Neb, Chautauq
longer attend to the estate. This St. Louis. All meals in dining the fact that this company filled fifty. that The Chicago Ladies Orchestis .
means, sell it. three consecutive weeks' engaga- I the best organization of its kind
No. 6-Several nice homes, close to car.For tickets and Pullman ments- the past season having no be obtained."

Also Lake choice Eola, and lots other, close parts in. of the city. vations, call on car reser- .ThePIERCE T [ [ [ELECTRIC L[ T I C01 lllnc

If you want I to buy for home or investment W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, LECERNE THEATRE, WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 25. ,
am a leader along these or
lines. Call or phone and make date D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent,

for investigations.Open evenings.. I Atlantic Coast ,Line, Everybody is Reading it CHURCH STREETmilimilllMMMMMIMMMHMHttlltlMHIlim,

19 W. Church St-Phdie 398 Orlando.

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# THE DAILY SAYS ORLANDO NEEDS A CITY can be secured at a salary the city ted to vote in the primary election. 4 iiiiiiimiMiiiiiimimiMMitmtMiMtinttMitHv
rtt can afford, he will be employed, or if "over : \ .
that
:MANAGERThe The fact you are age, or
South a local man, who is deemed entirely
Florida SentinelMORNING
competent, can be found, he will be that you were "born and raised" and :
AND WEEKLY Stroller in the Sanford Herald given the appointment. have "always lived and voted in your :

Vr JOSiAH FERRIS Editor and Owner. has the following in regard to a ques- present precinct," does not count- : Dickson-lves
tion of much local interest: THE GREAT C. W. PARK SHOW you can not vote unless you register
Florida
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando -
u Second Class Mail Matter. My idea of a city manager is bear- ALL NEXT WEEK again, under this law. If you fail to ;

TO ADVERTISERS: ing fruit and I have received many register you can not vote. The regis-
communications from various cities The old reliable and always wel- tration books are now open in every
Copy for display and all other handsetadrertliini this that has
r mast be handed in at the business regarding new theory come C. W. Park Dramatic companywill precinct in Alachua county, and will
been into practice and found so
.(Tice of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. put
return for one week, startingnext close on February 28th. You must
the day before publication. This rule applies satisfactory. Every big business to- DEPARTMENTAL ST Rfrlanoo'
Ii to chances for contract advertising it is day has a manager, one who is over Monday, March 2. Their hand- register before that time or you can
Invariable and will be strictly) adhered to. all and head of, all and one to whom some and comfortable canvas cov- not vote. Our information is that the

1 RATES the whole organization brings the ered theater, "bigger than is registration is heavy in Jackson-
1 SUBSCRIPTION : final decisions. One who is absolutely ever, new

fi! : One Year ..... ....... ...... .. .$5.00 responsible for what he knows and nw and absolutely waterproof and ville, Tampa, Pensacola and other
Favorite
Six Months .......... .... ..... 2.50 not what he does. Such a man is thoroughly heated on cool nights.Mr. cities, while in the rural districts of s Shopping

Three Months to to to to to to to to. 1.25 needed in every city to manage the Park will present all new, high Alachua county it is light, and the
city. No alderman can do it, no com-
1 In Advance.WEDNESDAY missioners can do it and get the proper class royalty plays, the best ever seen people seism indifferent concerning it.

FEBRUARY 25, 191-1 results. The aldermen can not do in this city at any price; also up to This is an alarming condition, be-
it because they have no time to devote date vaudeville features between the cause, unless our people register, the PLACE
to the business of the city and acts of each play. Entire change of cities will choose the candidates who
A writer in the Tampa Times keep up with their own business af
lf will the offices and
bill each night. occupy our people
writes of feterita, which is a grain. fairs. They do as well as they can
but many things slip by them. The will have no voice in the selection of
At first sight it might be taken fort e
commission form was thought to be WHY YOU MUST REGISTER those who make and execute the laws
: another form of gasparillaitis. perfect, but here the old adage of which govern them and materially
UNDER THE NEW
LAW
"too cooks" steps in to spoil
0 many
; their and
the broth. Should one commissionerwant affect prosperity happiness.

From the press photographs of an improvement and the other The Democratic executive committee Alachua is distinctly an agricultural l

; Castillo, the Mexican bandit captured commissioners disapprove of it the of Alachua county has issued an county and a leader in things educa-
United States it be improvement, no matter how important tional and not affordto
by troops may our people can
address to the voters of that
county
is not made. For instance, the
I judged that we didn't get much when other day at Orlando, under the com- concerning the necessity of registering deliberately forfeit the influenceand You are cordially invited

J we got him. mission form of government Clark and it is so well adapted to the power there is in a large voting ,.
" o-- Robertson, who was for many year* needs'of the situation in strength. We urge every Democrat
every county
member of the fire
a department and to register at once, and to see to it
t Investigations'have become that the Sentinel
so com- probably knows more about fire fighting reproduces i it, as
mon in New York that the governor and the needs of Orlando in this follows: that your friends and neighbors reg- .

: wants a permanent board establishedto line than any other man in the city, The last legislature passed a new ister, so that Alachua county shall to the
wished to buy a chemical auto truck,
continue to its of in-
do all the probing-a smelling similar to the one used here in San- primary election law, known as the occupy position ,
I committee, as it were. ford. The other commissioners do Bryan Primary Election Law, whichis fluence and power, and that every I I \

o-- not think Orlando needs a truck and now in force, and this law requiresthat citizen shall be qualified to participate -.
I they are plugging along with horses in the important primary elec-
f a new registration shall be had
} Sulzer wants to, collect his salary
who'are eating their heads off each I tion to be held next June. Register
as governor of New York for the rest day and are unable to get to a long every two years, before the primary I
if of the term to which he was elected, distance fire on time to save their election of that year, and only those I today! there is no time to lose. 4l

although he was removed from office. lives. Robertson evidently knows or who register anew shall be permit- For the news;read The Sentinel. :. :
should know what he is talking about I Spring
J It is evident that Sulzer didn't lose and yet his hands are tied by the oth- "

: his nerve with his reputation. er commissioners.Now ttlHMIMMMIitttlttiiltMlliHItMMIMIttllMMICash ,

t take the city manager. If Or-
f 1 More than seven hundred women lando had one he would immediatelyplace
figures of the of keep- to Loan i iI '
expense on
r took ,official part in the election in
' ing horses, their relative worth asagainst ,
- Chicago yesterday, serving as clerks the auto truck. The effi- i
t and inspectors. There were eight ciency of both and the right of the
women candidates. :More than a hundred tax payers to have good service and I City Property ,
fire protection.He .
!'f and fifty thousand women were Millinery
would prove conclusively that
! :registered. Needless to say they he was right and then he would buy

.1 made the most of their first opportunity the truck and make good with it be- .
l. to vote, and the influence of that cause his job would depend on show- Real Estate bought and sold : ,
results and
ing this the
knowing city
|'r vote was beyond question the determining -
manager always makes good. The
i factor in the election. idea is not new in the industrial i for cash or on commission.

world and every business man in the
Candidates in Seminole county are world knows that the manager makes '
. the mare go. There can be but one
numerous, and the columns of the Opening
head to anything and the present i
'; Sanford Herald are blossoming with style of governing cities by the efforts Dr. A. J. TAYLOR i
C them. They are much more forward of aldermen pr commissioners
: over there than in Orange. Not a is all wrong. The aldermen and the I
commissioners can form a board of Rock Building, Upstairs.iHimiimiiiiiiMiitiiiiiiiiimiMiiiiMiiMiMit.
candidate has announced-not a gun
equalization and arbitration on mat-
fired. In Seminole all county officials ters that may come up for discussion ,
I are to be elected this year, the i from time to time but the manageris -
:I appointments made by the governor the real thing in city affairs and is

a t' under county the holding organization only till January of the,1915.new Listen coming egram:to into this public from the notice Lakeland every day.Tel- IMIIIHIIIItlMMtMIMIIIIIMIIIIIilllliiMMHM W Tliuhhiff 1jj r

o Lakeland"The commissioners held of the city of A. Y. FULLER R. L. FOX ednesday n j ali n r

4 William J. Burns, the detective, and an interesting session
last
night, lasting until midnight. The
1 Evelyn Thaw were billed to appear official minutes could not be procured THE PALMS AUTO CO
the same night in Jacksonville, but today, but will be published tomor-
} that town didn't have people enough row. The most important matter en-
to give both 'in audience, so the gaging the attention of the board was REO'MOTOR CARS
the consideration of the propositionto Feb. 25th and 26th
great Burns was slighted and found engage a municipal for
only four people to listen to his dramatic the city. The operation manager of such a I For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a
\ manager, to be on the job at all times
"J' story of how he caught the ,
full stock of and accessories. Have force
supplies a good
and to take charge of all the details; ; .
The'mighty
A McNamaras. detective \
of the
city administration, under '
refused to talk to such an audience eral plans outlined by the commis-gen- ; of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely

f and left the house in a huff. It was sioners, constitutes the principal dis-
different with Evelyn. She couldn't tinction between the aldermanic and j guaranteed.
i commission forms of government. The I Included in the Demonstration
:
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begin to count her audience, and Eve- selection of such a man is thereforea t
': lyn can neither sing, dance nor tell a matter of the gravest consequence,

::1, story. and after considerable discussion, it the Newest
Being
Spring
s o was decided to insert an advertise- THE PALMS AUTO CQ(
ment in the Lakeland Evening Tele-
The Ocala Banner is of the '
opinion gram and also in the Manufacturers'Record
.j that the politics in Jacksonville has inviting applications in writ- FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.' Conceptions FromNew

always been filthy and debauching ing for this responsible position. It, .

i and in spite of this the rest of the In may the be management that if a man of specially municipalities trained'tllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll.I..I..IIII.I. "

1 state has allowed Jacksonville toe

name most of the senators and congressmen :: e

It's the fault of the people I

outside of Jacksonville that this is York

true, and it seems likely to be repeated -

in the forthcoming primaries.The .

registration'in Jacksonville is almost -
.
as great as its vote, but in Or- ... .- .
lando less than fifty per cent of the

voters have registered, and it is almost Paris!
.
time for the books to close. ODD PIECES ,

This ,does not offer the reason 'why

Jacksonville candidates succeeed, how- t are so uselul when it comes to setting the table at-

ever, but it simply shows the vigi- tractively, \Ve can offer you innumerable sugges-

i lance of the Jacksonville politiciansin tions in l .

getting people to register and the t and the Riviera

negligence of the rural districts in Beautiful Cut Glassthat .'

..
the same'direction.. But how can a

Jacksonville man fail to be chosen will table air of and J'7': "- II
give your an_ elegance refinement ,
senator when no one else is running?
and add < ; > '
o prestige to your reputation as a .- .
hostess.
George G. Mathews, who mayors '
the town of Fort Lauderdale and edits Every housekeeper knows the value of spot- ')

the Sentinel published from that less linen gleaming silver sparkling cut glass. Dainty" ... t

place and was a candidate for the service is of greater importance than good cooking. :1, :' --
appointment of minister to Brazil, ':< .

which he didn't get, is wishing J. : fi.l;

Fred DeBerry well in his race for Our Mail Order
'. r Oeparlfflenl e I
i congress, but says that J. Fred has
been too good a friend of Wilson to

get anything by appointment. Really, L. .
such Is a great help to our out ol town customers,
gives one the gobgobs. Whaton
earth did DeBerry ever do for I ; make use of it whenever you can. Samples on infor-

Wilson, or what could he do? He | mation cheerfully given. We prepay all charges. ,

was a banjo picker and a piano sales- Write for one ol our illustrated mail order cata-

man until the last campaign when he T. [ the JewelerOPPOSITE ; ; logues. We invite comparison values.
stood for presidential elector and was vans t
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elected because nobody desired that ; ; ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE :

empty honor. He has never been a

political factor and couldn't be. The '" ..
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Eating Pure Candy is More Than a j -

ROBINSON STARKEY,_Managers Editor Sentinel-As one of your

Mere Pleasure. Here's Why. i Open9a.m.to10:30P.M. aI gI readers, I wish you would allow me

a space in your paper to correct a mis-
Admission 5 cents i take in the minds of a great many F
Of course, hundreds of people all over the coun-
b| allDGDallDCDallDCDallDGDallDG. people in Orlando. It will be,remembered -
try eat Candy just because they like Candy just to PROGRAM that I erected a large tent last

satisfy that desire for something sweet--and you al- Powers. "The Reincarnation of a winter on the corner of Church and

so have done the same thing many times.If Soul." Drama, with Edwin August. Hughey street, and conducted an t
, evangelistic and'in
meeting, some
t- em. "A Would-be Detetcive. Com-
we can convince you that pure candy is I edy. way it got circulated that I was con-

healthful-is really beneficial from a food standpoint Crystal "Sins of the Father." nected with the Pentecost people- 1
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called by some "Holy Rollers. I
why then you'll realize that your money is well Drama. wish to say that I am a Baptist and ANW2U

spent when you buy Candy from our large assortment am the president of the Holy Bap-
ASH WEDNESDAY tist Church of Christ, and I am not

I I in any way nor never was connected

Today is Ash Wednesday, the first' with those people. My many friends

of the forty days of Lent, its name request me to make this correctionand

derived from the ancient custom in hold another meeting later in

BUTT'S KNDY KITCHEN t European countries of strewing asheson the spring in my large tent in Or- If you want a J watch tint you

the heads of priests and people as- lando. Respectfully, can "be proud of-carry; a
. sembled for service on that day. F. M. TURNER, Evangelist.MRS. .
These ashes were obtained by burn- D WalthamWatchThe D
The home oi home-made Candies, "
pure ing the palms used on Palm Sundayof WEBBER PASSES AWAY \
Waltham has been awarded
the preceding Lent.
highest honors at International
Orange Avenue From the early days of Christianitya The many friends of Mrs. Sarah 0. Exposition every and has taken

Lenten season has been observed, Webber were shocked to hear of her every Gold Medal offered in

though not always kept for the same sudden death Monday evening, Febru- America since 1875.

..111111111111111111111111111111111.11111.111111111111WADE period through the.. first part of the ary 16th, at 7 o'clock. "
J t's Time You Owned a W DlIMm.t1Don't
Christian era as it now has been for About 2 o'clock in the afternoon in
buy a watch before talk
MIDGETS GIVE A DELIGHTFUL some hundreds of years. an attempt to walk down the steps of ing with us. witches assortment *
The date of Ash Wednesday de- of Waltham in sQ
ENTERTAINMENTThe an outside door, Mrs. Webber fell t3 grades.
pends upon the date of Easter day, the ground, and received a wound on

THE TUNER Misses Sara and Lucy Adams, and the latter corresponds with the the temple, which rendered her un-I Allen & Co.
ORLANDO, FLA. ancient Jewish feast of the Passover ,
diminutive ladies, forty-six and forty- conscious. She never regained consciousness -

nine inches in height, respectively, (commemorating the miraculous: de- and passed away at 7 JEWELERS
, gave a delightful entertainment at liverance of the Israelites from Egyp- o'clock.

Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Icker, of.Jack- 'the Orlando opera house last night. tian bondage-hence, like the Pass- Although Mrs. Webber was eightyone Everything Guaranteed.

sonville, are spending today in Or- The program consisted of songs, read- over, is reckoned by the moon, Easter years of age, she was an active Reliable Repairing.
the after the full of '
being Sunday
lando. ings, pantomimes, tableaux and mon- woman, taking an interest in her 1
A audience enjoyedthe the moon which occurs on or after
ologues. large home duties and walking down town
Mrs. W. R. :McCloud, of Apopka, several numbers, all of which the 21st of March. Ash Wednesdayis almost daily.

was the guest yesterday of Mrs. W. were well rendered, and if the little forty-six days previous, since Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Webber came from

C. Person. I ladies had not been so attractive per- days-being all commemorative of Massachusetts to Bradentown about
it would have been Christ's resurrection-are not fast
a
sonally programof
merit from the first to the last days, hence the forty days of Lent thirteen years ago, and purchased a
Mr. B. N. Blatchley, of New Haven I home on Prospect avenue. Mr. Web-
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do not include the six which
number. As it the charm of the Sundays
Conn., is among the late arrivals at was ber was an invalid: and passed away
the San Juan. performers added much to the artistic fall therein.
about a year after they came. Mrs.
and Those who seek to observe Lent .. '
merit of the performance, they 1111111111.11111111111111111111)11111111111111111111'rir
t\ Webber has kept up the home since,
:Mr. E. A. Mugnier is a late arrival were encored again and again. In will deny themselves indulgences or having a granddaughter, Miss Louise

at the San Juan, registering from the Grecian tableaux they exhibited luxuries that they may give more liberally Lord, with her mJst'of the time.
of the: for missions; will abstain from
their artistic conceptions
New Orleans.Mr. truly The deceased is survived by one
in It social gayeties; will share the frequent -
classic and posing.
rare grace daughter, Mrs. J. H. Lord, of Sarasota -
M. M. Parrish, of Gainesville, was a novel entertainment and one Lenten services, and endeavor
and two grandchildren, Miss Lou-
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is the prominent Floridians which was thoroughly enjoyed by all throughout this season to so carefully
among ise Lord and J. H. Lord, Jr. nrnce s
sojourning in Orlando today. present avail themselves of its opportunitiesand
privileges as to make true ad- I Mrs. Webber was an active memberof

in the warfare the Methodist church, and a regu-
Bishop Mann and Rev. A. A. Rick- MRS. LAWTON ENTERTAINS AT vance constantly wag-
evil. lar attendant of its services.
ing against
ert go to Zellwood this morning, to AUCTION BRIDGE
The Sunday schools of the Episco- The funeral was held at the homeat
hold Ash'Wednesday services there.
Three tables of players from the pal church throughout the United 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, con-

Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Cobb, of Detroit Saturday Auction Bridge club, and States, and also in Alaska and in ducted by her pastor, the Rev. M S ;z- .APhone
i foreign mission stations, have for 36 Householder. .
table of visitors were entertainedby -
:Mich., are recent prominent arrivals one _
at the San Juan for an indefinite Mrs. J. B. Lawton yesterday and years past had a special Lenten of- Interment was made at the Bra- -

i \ stay. the afternoon was spent most pleas- fering, saved or earned by the chil- dentown cemetery beside the remains :

antly at cards. Mrs. L. A. Spencer, dren through Lent, the whole sum be- of her husband.-Manatee Journal. : 172

Mrs. J. H. Burbage, of Asheville, who substituted for Mrs. Wm. Davis, ing given for missions. From $7,000 Mrs. Webber, who with her hus- :

N. C., is pleasantly located at the made the high score for the club, and thus given in its beginning 36 years band, lived here for many years before I .

San Juan while in the city on a visit Mrs. L H. Lawrence won the pretty ago, this offering has increased as the going to Bradentown, and built I'III'I'I"I'I'IIII'IIIIII'III'I"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII

of some duration. Holland water color awarded for the years, passed, reaching last Lent the the handsome home now owned by -

best score among the visitors. Mrs. sum of $175,000, and the children are Mr. Beacham, will be remembered by
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:Miss Gladys, Biddlecomb, of Port E. D. Jones had such poor luck that working this year to make their many of Orlando's older residents.

she was given a tiny "clean sweep" united gift'reach $200,000.
Huron, :Mich., arrived last week to be
the guest of her cousin, Mrs. A. J. broom. TODAY AND TOMORROW AT
Nye, for some time. Miss Rita Lawton and Mrs. J. B. ASH WEDNESDAY SERVICESAsh YOWELL-DUCKWORTH CO.'S

Lawton, Jr., served a dainty course Wednesday services at St. Try Purity Brand. ** QUAPAMttt :
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Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Silsby have arrived consisting of chicken and oyster gum- Luke's Cathedral today will be as It will be observed from the big

in Orlando from Niles, Mich., bo, patties filled with nuts, raisins follows: advertisement on the back page of The Best the
'and have been shown the attractionsin I and whipped cream, hot rolls and The Holy Communion, 7 a. m. the Sentinel today that the Yowell- on

and around this section by their grapefruit wine. Morning prayer, litany and sermon Duckworth company are siwing: today \ %
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old friends, Mr. and Mrs. Ira W. Those present were Misses Kilmer, 10:30 a. m. and tomorrow their line of readyto Market.

Leach. Howard, Hart, Mallory, and Clarke, Evening prayer and sermon, 7:30p. wear hats. Miss Grace Schill, the .
and Mesdames E. D. Jones, Benj. m. \ new milliner, will show the hats and Shoe Polish 3 in 1. We

Dr. and Mrs. C. S. Jordan, of Ashe- Drek, L. H. Lawrence, L. A. Spencer, Through Lent there will be a short make the acquaintance of the ladiesof have it.

ville, N. C., who have been visiting C. W. Smith, Abernethy, Reichard,, service daily at 5 p. m. (with brief Orlando and Orange county .

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Graham on Lu- Robt. Howe, A. A. Carmack, A. D., address), except Saturdays and Holy

cerne Circle, left yesterday for. Bel- Mallory and C. G. 'McIlvaine.PHILADELPHIAN Week. TEX YEARS IN ORLANDO Educator Toilet Soap Makes the

lair to spend a few days before re- On Wednesday and Friday morn- Chiropodist for both men and wo- White.
,turning home. LANDS TARPON ings there will also be the litany, men. Manicure, pedicure, face and Skin Soft and

WEIGHING 85 POUNDS with special intercessions, at 10 a. m. scalp massage. Feet a specialty L
J. Mustard, 117 Orange avenue, over
Mr. Wallace E. Davis returned to
Curtis & O'Neal's store. 2-6-lm
Ocala yesterday after spending the Boca Grande, Fla., Feb. 24.-Lewis RECEPTION AT UNITY CHAPEL

week-end with his parents, Attorneyand Bremer, of Philadelphia, Pa., holds Eat what you want. THE SANITARY GROCERY
Mrs. E. W. Davis. Mr. W. V. the distinction of landing the first Unity Circle cordially invites all Eat all you want.

Newton, a chum of Mr. Davis, accom- tarpon known to have been caught in friends to an informal reception this Take a postscript.and forget it. CARUTHERS & GORE

panied him on his brief visit to Or- Florida waters during the present afternoon at 3 o'clock, at Unity Chapel. For sale by all durggists.

lando.Mr.. season. A tarpon weighing 85 poundswas Visiting friends from the Northare l7d&wlyrOSTEOPATHY Phone 200 6 & 8 E Pine Street

caught by Mr. Bremer this morn- specially invited.

and Mrs. H.,B. Corner left yes- ing at Boca Grande pass.

terday for their home in Cleveland, Mr. Bremer is spending the winterat FOR SALE-At a bargan, if takenat CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

0., after a short visit with Mr. and,: Boca Grande, and is among a num- once: One two-chair barber
DR. J. C .HOWELL .. ."
known the
shop, as 0. K., at 203
ber of who have been .
casting
men
/Goodrich
Mrs. C. W. West
on street.
Boone street, doing good business; Hours, 10.12, 3.5, and by appointment ---
,Mr. Corner is first vice-president of their lines out at favored spots dur- 10 acres good land just outside city No extra charge for house treatment
the Citizens' Saving and Trust com- ing the past week endeavoring to limits, 125 bearing orange trees, Telephone connections
of Cleveland.Mr. land the first tarpon of the season. grapefruit, tangerines, mandarines,'
pany
and two large pecan trees; four room Office cor. Orange and Central Aves.
house, new barn, good horse and rig, Special Bargains1Four
and Mrs. Eugene Lamb, of YOUR PRINTINGLook farming implements. This place is
Lexington, Ky., are among Orlando's through your desk and see if located near Clear lake. Owner wantsto LUTHER THE FLORISTCut
there is not some stationery of which sell on account of health. Address
welcome visitors and are guests of you are in need. If there is, phoneus
Hugh S. Miller, Orlando, or call. at Flowers
Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Buckmaster. Theyare at 24 and we will call, get your 203 Boone street., 2-25-tf
delighted with this section and order and do the work promptly and ROSES, VIOLETS, Passenger Cadillac 5350
at the lowest price consistent with
may invest before returning to the FOR RENT FURNISHED-A pleas-
work. It will receive
high grade our
Blue Grass State. best attention. Sentinel, Court street. ant bed room, three blocks from CARNATIONS, PANSIES, -Five Passenger Hudson $500
the court house. No children. Applyat
Sentinel office. 2-25-tf POTTED PLANTS .
Dr. Roy Cuthberson returned to his W. T. ENTRICAN,
duties in the U. S. navy yard at Painter and interior decorator. New W. T. ENTRICAN, These cars are in good shape, good
Brooklyn ideas and old ones, too. Fhone 636. Offers to Orlando the newest and best
yesterday, after a six weeks
leave of absence spent with his par- Expert workmen employed. of workmanship in the painting and Good Wood $1.50 tires and ready to run.
decorating trade. Phone 636.
ents and sister here. Unless orderedto
,1t FOR EXCHANGE 1-21-lm Better Wood $2 and $2.25
Mexico, Dr. Cuthberson expects to 160-acre farm in southern Kansas

leave extend in August for a cruise which half fenced under; best plow of ,soft balance water pasture within; all 15 NOTICE TO METHODIST CRADLE Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75 San Juan Garage Co.
may over a period of several ROLL
to 20 feet of surface; house and 2
years. wells, wind mill; close to good school; This won't last long,
six miles of'county seat and two oth- All mothers of the Methodist Cra- while All Night Service
railroad towns title Wm. Stock up you can.
PROGRAM AT LUCERNE TODAY er ; perfect. dle Roll are requested by the depart-
L. Coryell, 201 Concord avenue, Or-
American. "Destinies Fulfilled." A lando. 2-25-lw ment superintendent to be at the band

wonderful 3-part feature film.. Don't stand on Orange avenue with their Orlando food Yard AJ AX TIRES don't cost any more and are guaranteed

t fail to see it. Eat what you want. babies Thursday afternoon at 2:30 for five thousand miles. too
104 W. Pine St.
Pictures run from' 2 p. m. to 8:30p. Eat all you want. o'clock. to have a photograph made. .

m. : ;;", "', Take a postscript and forget it. MRS. H. F. SANDERS, B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor -
l, 5 cents to'an, '" :'*.*-j For sale by all druggists.17d&w.lyrri Supt. Cradle Roll. .


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lot within one block of Lake Eola.i unimproved land. See S. S.I
j See Frank Soper, Room 3, McNeil & Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2-26-wlm '
Davis Bldg. 2-18-10t
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FOR SALE-Bicycle for sale, or will The South's substitute for the Irish. .
exchange for second hand buggy. potato. Very productive. More
M. W. Heatherington, R. F. D. No. 2, yields up to 500 bushels per acre. En-I
New Arrivals dorsed the California
Orlando. 2-22-14 by Agricultural Department Bungalows
Washington, D. C. Now is the
FOR SALE time to plant. For seed apply to .
P. F. LAUBACH, Fine Location. Large Lot
Ratines, Eponges, Crepes, Poplins, Terry Six hundred acres timber land, and Orlando, Fia.
I ten; acre with two milesof
j Cloth, Lawns in the latest colors. Ladies lake orange shore, near grove Winter Garden, FOR REM Only one left to sell

Home Journal Patterns at one citrus of centers the greatest of Florida.trucking The orange and Four built and sold in less than 3 months.

crop will pay interest on the whole FOR RENT-5-room house, partly
investment. Terms. S. S. Griffin, furnished. See Frank Soper, Room I, Best values ever offered in Orlando
I owner, Orlando, Fla. 2-5 3, McNeill & Davis Bldff.
MCCULLQCH'SDEPARTMENT I I FOR SALE 21810t'I I Price $2 750
FOR RENT-Large attractive room
I An elegant modern home; four bed- in new bungalow. 203 Ridgewoodavenue.
STORE rooms; two bath rooms; gas and elec- 2-4 tf Inspect No. 5 today.An .
tricity throughout; fruit trees and
flowers. 509 East Central avenue. ideal all round home-at a low price.
i ern home, with kitchenette if desired year
2-15-tf
128 S. Orange Ave Apply' 14 East Amelia, next i
door to Wyoming. 2-24-3t
r : THIRTY ACRES, high, fine round I I
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 Street
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.___ _____ __ _ _ _____ _ ___ \Clarke, Ocoee, Fla. l-28-tf Sentinel. 9-8tf
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Thomas A. Edison, Mrs. Edison,
Miss Madeline Edison and Theodoreand See Corner

Charles Edison left their home, Youth of Eighteen Formerly Em- MILLINERY OPENING[ POSTPONED

Glenmont, Llewellyn Park, West Or-
ployed by Company Turns Bad
ange, N. J., at 11 o'clock yesterday Lake and Anderson
and
I morning and went by automobile to and Tries Robbery Wednesday ThursdayMarch

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the Market street, Newark, stationof -
4th and 5th
the Pennsylvania railroad. There Corning, N. Y., Feb. 23.-Harry
Streets
they boarded a Pullman on which Edwards, night cashier of an express

i were Henry Ford, the Detroit automobile company here, was killed early today The public cordially invited.

manufacturer, his wife and by David Dunn, a burglar. Dunn, .
i twenty-one year-old son. They will who is only 19 years old, was cap-. '1111illlllllllllllllllllll'l'IIIIII'1111111111111111I .
:, be joined in Georgia by John Bur- tured- and- confessed- the crime. He is I IISSES lAKLTQB & DUNN

roughs, the naturalist, and will pro- a former employe of the company and H. H. WITHERINGTON for a'i FOR RENT-Furnished dwelling, 7
ceed to Mr. Edison's winter home at had been given permission to sleepin bargain in a winter home at Apopka,I I rooms with bath and extra toilet on
Fort Myers, Fla. the office last night. In a strug- Orange county, Florida. I first floor; 210 Ridgewood avenue. I
2-13-6t-ltw have to return north. Call to see me,
From there Mr. Edison, Mr. Ford gle with Edwards he drew a revolver for Barclay Corsets
and Mr. Burroughs will, as the inventor and shot the agent through the heart. FOR SALE-600 acres of high grade HOUSE FOR RENT-Six rooms, Agents!
citrus land 2 miles Orlando
said "shed After assuring himself that ; facing modern located at 311 N. Orange
recently some of Ed- and Oakland brick road, and 21-2 ; McCall's Patterns
the fictitious of civilization" wards was dead Dunn made two avenue. Call at 311 N. Orange ave-
things un- miles on lake shore. S. S. Griffin, 2-24-tf
nue. '
and'proceed' to the Everglades."We successful attempts to 'open the safe Orlando, Fla.EASY

will do a little fishing down and get a shipment of $10,000 in cur- MONEY THE ST. JAMES, 308 West street.

there," said Mr. Edison, "and will rency. He was interrupted by two Don't keep money tied up in things Rooms, $3.50 to $5.00 per week. ;
verandas. Everything new
Large
study the birds, flowers and plants. telephone calls from police headquarters that; are useless to you, when you and modern. 2-22-1w t+
We will eat plain food and live an both of which he answered to know that you can easily sell any-I
outdoor life. We will spend what we allay suspicion. Finding he could not thing through a Sentinel want ad.I ATTENTION, HOMESEEKERS Real Estate Agents, Investors and HomeseekersATTENTION

hope to be an ideal vacation." open the safe, Dunn fled, leaving a Surely you have something about the. A pretty home on Conway clay !
road; choice land, at bargain price.
i Mr. Edison worked in his labora- trail of bloody footprints in the snow. house, such as furniture, sewing ma- See R. B. Perry, at Water Works.

tory until 2:30 o'clock yesterday i Officers who went to question Dunnas chines, bicycles, phonograph, poultry, 2-15-lOt I offer for $1,900 two-story, six-room cottage, with

morning-New York World' of Sun a possible source of information, eggs. Derive something from them MISCELLANEOUS rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, north.
day. found his shoes covered with blood by Sentinel want ads. Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also

and a revolver and blood stained WANTED Some partly grown six-room bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special

WINTER'S WORST SNOW STORM clothing in the mattress of his bed.PEOPLE'S FOR SALE hedge; also some palms. Box 351. heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy ,base-

VISITS CHICAGO i Forty-acre farm, located near Con- 2-22-3t ment, wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or

Chicago, Feb. 23.The worst snow way. :Most all under cultivation. ESTRAYED-From Lake Conway, a furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery.
storm of ,the winter, which started WANTSMUNNIMAKERS Lake Good soil. Public road Seven on two sides.of dark bay mare, thick set, western House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200.lfhese
on one corner. acres branded, about eight years old, scar at the corners, with rose house between. I ,
yesterday, continued early today overa orange and grapefruit trees, all in lots connect
right shoulder, recently clipped.
fine condition. Well fenced. on for and allow dealer's commission.
whole $3,800
large part of the Middle West. Reward. M. Scott, Box 711, Orlando offer the
F Throughout Missouri, Iowa, central Also, lots, two minutes walk off Fla. 2-22-4t Open to all.
Notices of Lost, Wanted, For Sale For Orange avenue, filled with fruit trees.
and southern Illinois, Kansas, Nebraska Rent, etc. for this column 2oc for one day Apply to W. H. Hazlett, 614 N. Or-
s' Indiana and Ohio, a heavy snow 50c for three days, or $1.00 for one week for ange avenue, Orlando, Fla. 2-18-lw WANTED-An experienced Japanesecook E. N. COY
would like in
25
words or less. Money must accompany position private
was falling accompanied by a high the advertisements for this column, as no family. Inquire at Sentinel office. 307 West St. Norlh,0rlando
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wind. Telegraph and telephone wires insertions will be made on credit FOR SALE 2-15-10t
were demoralized, -- - Pure Georgia cane syrup, in any
especially south .
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FOR SALE quantity. Also Georgia seed peanuts WANTED-Ladies' to bring those .:? MI mm
and west of here, and railroad traffic I I of early and late varieties. Will havein combings to us. Don't destroy
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was badly delayed. FOR SALE-Good cypress row boat I few days variety of seed corn; also I them. We will make what you want. _ _ ____
In central Illinois and Missouri for sale. In good condition. Ap- Georgia smoked meat in hams, mid-I. Come and see our stock and examineour
ply 510 S. DeLaney street. 2-14-tf dlings and shoulders. work. We invite inspection. If
Headquarters
many trains were reported stalled. at W. R. King's, 47 West Church you haven't the hair we supply it.
Interurban lines were put out of com-I FOR SALE OR RENT-House furnished street, the cheap cash grocer. Our stock is genuine. We make everything -:IIsiith rilm e I br r t tile S elltilleli l
mission and in several cities street lots or unfurnished. Also two Yours,with thanks, to order. Will pay cash for u
for sale.
car traffic was entirely stopped. I 307 Apply to :Mrs. McDade, "The Georgia Man," combings. Nickolas & Nickolas, 305:
Broadway. 2-20-lw
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Electric Elevator-Steam Heat, Baths-Hot and Cold Water in Each Room
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t THE MUSICAL EVENT OF THE SEASON Cut Rates to January I9l\ $. '

50c.Meals .
Rooms [one) $1.00 per day. Rooms (two) $1.50 per day Meals. by the week,$8.50.
$6 00 week. $8.00 week.
-AT THE- per per Board and Room by the
$20.00 month. 530.00 month.
per per
month, $50.00.

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Wednesday. Feb. 25 .

Today's Program atEIGHT


8 MUSICIANS WITH READER


LUCERNE THEATRE .


Booked by ALKHEST LYCEUM SYSTEM, Atlanta


J "Son of Thomas Gray"

Seats on Sale, Estes Pharmacy, Monday, Feb.23' .

"The Sacrifice""Sorority .


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PARABLE ON BOYS Ladies' hair dressing, massage, NICE HOME FOR SALEA MHiliMMMIMMMtttMIIMMHMiMMIiMIMMMI
shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber Bargain for Some Person FOR SALEA
4 Verily in this day and generation Shop. 1-2-tf New house in good repair, paintedand
1 the father raiseth up his son on papered, piazza and one screened.
the streets and sidewalks. He lay- Five acres in the lot. Young orangeand THE MARKETOf

eth around the soda founts and im- Miss Dye, the art teacher at the grapefruit grove of 325 trees
bibeth slop and a hookworm. He, 'just coming into bearing. 100 peach New Seven Room
groweth in knowledge of nothingsave Cathedral school, announces that instruction trees, 8 Japanese persimmon trees,
cigarettes and cuss words. in her department is opento I.roses and shrubs in front yard. Good House Completely Cleanliness Of Quality |
When he attains the age of six- the general public as well as to I water. Situated on clay road to Pine
teen he acquireth a suit of clothes Castle, near Drennen Station. Also
members of the school. Arrangements
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
turned up at the bottom two fur 10 acres on the clay road, suitablefor FurnishedRented I
longs above his feet. He displayeth may be made for instruction in orange and grapefruit trees or I

a pair of noisy socks with purple art jewelry, including elementarywork gardening. Any one wanting a Flor- until Nov. 1st at FISH AND GAME
back-ground and violets to the in silver, copper and brass. ida home will do well to.call at "Mas-
front. He weareth low-cut, tan sachusetts Villa." Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
hour tf
'lerms cents I
seventy-five an
shoes, also a green tie. He looketh A. D. TURNER. $60 per month.A .
V like a banana merchant on the Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
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P The inside of his head resembleth 4 any and pure.
\' : he inside of a pumpkin. He fallethn To the West and NorthwestVIA wanting a home for next season -
love with a spindle-shanked girl We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
in her hair and meanwhile securing a
nth pink ribbons ,
everything in the Meat Line.
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ciuveth for an automobile that he good income on the invest-
ride her forth in the spring
may .
time. He scattereth his pin money DIXIE LIMITED DIXIE FLYER AND. ment.
rail fence. :
scattereth .
like a cyclone a The PARLOR MARKET
He sitteth up at night to write SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Location CLOSE IN

poetry and giveth no thought to the _ .
multiplication table. His mind turn- Dixie Dixie u J Price $3750
eth to the vanities of life, and not l Limited. Flyer SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED H. M. Self & Co.

to the high cost of cornbread. Lv Orlando, A. C. L..12:31 am 3:13 pm Lv Orlando. ........................ J:13 pm
Verily, verily, he needeth a board Ar Jacksonville, A. C. 1..... 6:45am '1:30pm r Jacksonville ..............,...... '1:30pm
applied vigorously to the south-west'Lv Jacksonville A. C. L... 9:3 am 8:25pm T Jacksonville, A. C 1. ........... 8:15pm AthaGround E PINE STREET
$
Lv Waycl'06S. A. C. L..11:50am 10:25 pm v Waycross A. C. I. .............10:20pm Cooper
corner of the anatomy.He Ar Macon, G. S. F....... Ii:13 pm 4:15 am Ar Macon, G. S. F. .............. 3:46 am
thinketh his father a plodderand Ar Atlanta C. of Ca...... 8:03pm '1:25am Ar Atlanta C. of Ga. .............. '1:12am Phone No. 80iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiin
his mother a back number. He Ar Knoxville. L. &; N. .............12:19pm Floor
himself riches suddenly Ar Chattanooga W. &; A..12:18 am 11:55 am Ar CorblD, L. N. ................ 3:16 pmlr Opp. Postoffice
pictureth to great of Ar NashvilleN. C. &; St. I. 4:50 am 4:30 pm Louisville, I. & N. .............. 9:00 pm t
He dreameth Phone No. 311
s acquired.and private cars. Ar St. !Inds LC.&L&N. %:50 pm 1:20 am Az Indianapolis, fa. I. ............ 150 am
steam yachts ..........
real At LexinKton L. N. .. 6au pm
Yes, he thinketh himself the Ar Hopkinsville, I. N........... 6:21 pm Ar Cincinanti I. & N. ............. 8:50 pm
stuff. He butteth in where he is Ar Evansville, 1... &; N..... 9:28am 9:25pm Ar Kalamazoo G. R. & L ..........12:20pm
not wanted; he criticiseth his elders; Ar Terre Haut, c.. It E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am Ar Grand RaDids. G. R. &: L ....... 2:45 11mIAz IIMIIIIIIMIIMIIIIIItllllllllllllllllllltHIUimilMIIIIIIIIII I ..
he purchaseth cheap perfume and Chicago C. & E. L..... 6:50pm 6:50am Cleveland,Big Four ............. 7:15am..
smelleth louder than a billy goat.
When he groweth up he getteth DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
a job as clerk in a store at $1 a Solid train, composed of section drawing-
day and swipeth extra change from room sleeping cars observation compartment Solid train, composed of electric lighted
his boss till he is caught-Clover- cars and dining car, between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches W.
SLEMONS
'Chicago and section, drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and" Cincinnati, and M.
Ind.
dale Graphic.
ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Jacksonville, Louisville ana Indianapolis;

DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
ADVICE FOR THE MINISTER
Solid train carrying electric lighted compartment Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between
observation sleepers, and electlic Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondaysand (
In preaching the minister had class lighted coaches section and drawing-room smoking sleepers.Dining First- Thursdays of each week. Dining car

young been rather'bride long-winded remembered, when that the she serves meals a Ia carte. car. car service between Atlanta and CincinnatiFOR New Goods Arriving ''Daily

\ had left the Christmas dinner in the '
without regulating the TICKETS. PULLMAN RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION. WRITE OR CALL ON
flame.gas range She hastily wrote a note and W. R.. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent.

f slipped it to her husband, who was Atlantic Coast Line, OrlandolilHIttltllMIMtlllMIMMHMtltiMMOtttMHtIM
I I an usher. He thinking it was in- ..
tended for the minister, calmly walk-
ed up and laid it on the pulpit. '
The minister paused in the midst : We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
of his sermon and took the note' ,
with a smile which changed into a '.. made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
terrific frown as he read: ... '
"Please hurry home and shut off : ... Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
the gas."
Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co. ;

TO ALL CITY TAX PAYERS:
& Co. Best place in the city to trade.
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section 4 of
You are required by OLiVE[ Oil .
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the state law governing assess- _
ment and collection of taxes in this ,I
city, to make your returns by March .
1st of each year. The act reads: '- .
"All persons, corporations and firms :
owning.real or personal property tax. < W. SLEMONS
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able by the city are hereby required' .
to make return of the same to the
assessor before the first day.of March' ORANGE AVENUE
of each year." The Olive Oil we sell is guaranteedto ;
The returns shall contain a com
plete list and description of all tax- be absolutely pure, of Virgin Qual llliillliiiiMniMMMIIMMMIMIIMHIMHIIIIMIMMMIIHOrlando .

able property belonging to such person ity and is made from Selected Olives
L corporation or firm on the first
I day January in the year for which grown on the Italian Riviera. Thisis
I f the return is made, together with the
full cash value of each item thereof, the finest grade of Olive Oil possi-
-; including the full cash value of each ; : I mmmmmmm 0
piece of real estate." ble to produce, therefore highly recommended .umm=="m'm' I =

If the names of owners are not' for medicinal and table .
known all real estate will be assessedto .,
"unknown owner," and personal use. I1111I111II11II1 i
property will be assessed in a lumpas \

"personal property," according to Per Pint, 50 cents. -
the best information obtainable.

If returns are not made some< I Per Quart, 100. '_ *{ "
guess work will have to be indulged .* ,.,' "h 4 '
in by the assessor. Better save future Per Gallon, $3.50. '
trouble by making returns now. j
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C. A. BOONE, City Assessor. ;, .;it.' ,.. !' }ff".'f: .; \. "Water Sz Light Co.

There's a reason why you should<

.j advertise in the Sentinel And that ,;, \ ..
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\ reason is-it produces results. .i. ., ,. '
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NOTICE
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Gas Water Ice .
Notice is hereby given that the City I i
of Orlando, Florida, will on January 1,I '" ia
1915, pay off with interest to that I 'A .
date, bonds numbered 7, 8, 9, 10, 19 t I..
and 20, of the City of Orlando seven OKice:--.No. ["J8 West Central Avenue '
per cent bonds, issued July 1, 1892,
according to the provisions made for DeLaney & Abernethy .
redemption in said bonds '
Dated February 11, 19i4. Telephone !No. 6MllllilMMMIHiMMMiMllillllllimilMIMIIIIIIilllMM .5
CARL JANSEN, City Clerk. DRUGGISTS

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11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 III'11111 11111 11111 III"r IRS. WM. LEGE'S-PRETTY PARTY -I : :

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Mrs. Wm. Lege was hostess for a
; pretty party yesterday, her guests including -
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i'-a.-*" the members of the Poinsettia u
:x ac Bridge club, and a number of out of

town friends. Two tables of "five
hundred" and two of bridge playerswere

present, Mrs. Hamilton Johnson _
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c: making the high score for the former, - --- I
TIIE STATE BANKOF ORLANDO'I and Mrs. Barrum for the latter. I.'./ Il-ll-O'i.t lito. '. < --

,,,u'IIS4' Mrs. Johnson played for the hostess -
: I" ,? lil IG ; and Miss Grace Crooks substituted -
r Aiul "Residcnis.Lock i
for Mrs. Chas. E. Saunders.The !

club members in attendance i

V I .: were Campbell Mrs., W.Mrs.P.George Watson, McCulloch Mrs. Chas., ,' = :[: yoiir valuables ?in our vauft 1 __C._

Mrs. T. 0. Brown, Miss Mary Holt
and Mrs. Wm. Green, while the guests I during; tlio\ 1'Yir' v/c v/ill care :for

were Mrs. Allen, of New York, Mrs. +
LONG ESTgl3LISHEDSAFC.CONSERVATIYEA000MMOOATING Hutches, of Henderson, N. C., Mrs. I 'khtlfi} :for you v/ifn pleasure and. _

George Shinn, of New Jersey,

\F Wright, of Staunton, Va., Mrs. Mrs'I' witliont charge. _ _
rum, of New York, Mrs. Thomas I. ,
Crooks, and :Misses Elsie and Grace: _
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The
h Number of Robberiesshows Crooks. I .

A bright and attractive color I =-= .
how important it is to place your valuables scheme of red was used, and quantities -

beyond the reach of theft. of red roses, combined with green == I "IT IS A 1ltlrf U, _
jessamine vine, were used in decorat.
Our vault gives you the best protection-it is
PLEASUREtO(
f ing.In :
g }Q not only Burglar Proof but Fire Proof the serving of delicious straw I II h -
I berry ice cream, angel food, wafers
Safe Deposit Boxes for rent $1.00 and SERVE
up per :
and candy, Mrs. Lege was assisted by .rii
a b year.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJ. : Misses Mary and Grace Holt

i : The club will be entertained by .riiE

r : Mrs. George McCulloch on March

11 tho
THE STATE BANKOFORLANDO ..

: Alma DeLaney aided the hostessin I
serving chicken salad sandwiches, ,
sr .JI
bons.olives, pickles, celery, coffee, and bon fu; jRUtt

Among the guests were Mrs. Stew

art, Mrs. Roberts, Miss Roberts, Mrs.
Duffey, Mr. and Mrs. Myford, Mr. and
Mrs.. Carmack, Mr. and Mrs. Grant,
II Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Wescott, Mrs. = I
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I Carr, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Jones Mr. y LII
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NOTICEOf MR. AND MRS. THORNTON EN- and Mrs. T. H. Thompson, Mrs. Tem II ul I! I ; Ihllll II, tIIPI ll ,II q :IIIII IiUI,, ,, I I', , .
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Application for Tu Deed Under Section 8 TERTAINLast ple, Mrs. Hoppin, Mr and Mrs. Wm. I I, .II I I I ul I I I Illill I it I I !HI I I I II II I l II uII !,I fp NhtN iVi Ilul .i ni l riC 1 y i :i.?.1 a? ,.,,,.,m .=.r_
f of Chapter 4888 Laws of Florida McCormick, Mr. and Mrs. James Holt,
that J. W. Witch-
Notice is hereby given
:4 .ird. of Taft. Florida purchaser of tax certificate evening Mr. and Mrs. James Mr. and Mrs: Lawrence Watson, Mr. POSTPONEDThe DANCE odist church will give a musical tea
No. 1276 dated the 6th day of Sep. Thornton entertained most delight and Mrs. Cooke, Miss Cooke, Mr. and
tember A. D. 1889 has filed said certificatein in the store of the Drennen-Lattner
my office, and has made application for fully for their house guests, Mrs. I Mrs. Altha, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis, Mr. There will be a subscription danceat Music company, on West Pine street,
{ deed to issue in accordance with lav. meetings of the Royal Auction
tax Said certificate embraces the following prop W. E. Stewart, of Bellevue, Pa., :Mrs. Jack Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Way, Mr. the Elks Club Thursday evening, opposite the Grand theater, from 3 to
erty situated in Orange county Florida, to- i Duffey, :Mrs. W. P. Roberts and :Miss and Mrs. Brittain, Mr. and Mrs. Bridge club, and the Bow-Knot club, the 26th. This dance is arranged by 6 o'clock.
wit: East half of southwest quarter of southeast
quarter of Section 15, Township 24 south Roberts, of Pittsburg.The Shinn, Mr. and Mrs. Nye, Mr. and which were to have been'held yester- the young men in honor of the visit

Range the date 30 east.of the The issuance said land of such being certificate assessedat game played was "rummy," Mrs. Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Barnett, day, were both postponed to next ing ladies 'in the city, and a most to
in the name of J. M. Thompson. and the winner from each table pro Mrs. 'Craft, Mr. and Mrs. Walker, Tuesday, when the former will be entertained pleasant affair is anticipated. The Owing a misunderstanding with
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed the Warner Feature
s to law tax deed will issue thereon according on gressed. The score cards bore hum Mrs. McMakin, Mr. J. L. Giles, Mr. by Mrs. J. E. Buxton, and Grand orchestra will furnish the company, "The
the 26th day of March A. D. 1914. the latter Mrs. W. C. Sherman. music and Taming of the Shrew," which was to
orous sketches, and were tied with James DeLaney, Mr. Clarke, and by dancing will begin promptly -
z; Witness my official signature and seal this be shown at the Grand theater, failed
the 25th day of February. A. D. 1914. red and green cords. The first prize Misses Clarke, Cora and Lucy Todd, at nine o'clock.
: (Seal) B. M. ROBINSON to arrive. The management
regretsthe
for the ladies was a pretty silver Galey, Pomeroy and Alma DeLaney.
:: Clerk Circuit Court, Orange County. Fla. TYPEWRITERS cleaned and repaired failure to give the show
advert
< picture frame, that for the men was a ; 26 years experience; 11 NOVEL ENTERTAINMENTOn
in Florida. D. C. Baldwin, of tised but assures its patrons in any
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box of handkerchiefs.Miss years
;{ Warnun Repairs and Retires Baby dainty Take your repairing to Warnun on Jacksonville, now at the Glenwood next Saturday, February 28th, event its shows will be up to their
L Carriages on Court street 12-5-tf : Mayme Thornton and Miss I Court street 12-5-tf House, city. 2-25-3t the Ladies' Aid Society of the Meth., usual high standard.

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The line is beautiful, in all the newest things, particularly in Panamas.


Miss Grace Schill, our new Milliner, is anxious meet the Ladies of

.Orlando and Orange County.


She is a Milliner of exceptional talents, and has spent some weeks. in

selecting out Millinery in New York and Baltimore.


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