Title: The morning sentinel
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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 26, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00340
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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) OWN ACCOUNT O BfNTON'S' 'KILLING Says That Purchase He Is ,Not of an Opposed Auto to the Appointee Is. Heavily Well Known Interested in Florida in and TRY III GET RELEASE\ Of h GUNMEN

Fire Truck This State


UNITED STATES FROM BAM 10 H l latest issue of the Sanford Herald of Valdosta, former president of the I COMMITTEE[ NOT T ORGANIZED[
saying that the desire of Fire Com- I
Georgia senate, was this afternoon
missioner Clark Robertson to pur- appointed United States senator from

Will EXHUME HBODY 8 George Padler Coming From Russiato chase an auto fire truck for Orlando Georgia by Governor Slaton to serve Xo Chairman or Secretary and Sem- SUSPECTS U [ ANOTHER[ FRAME UP

Build Ten Passenger had been blocked by the other com- until the successor of Senator Baconis inole and Orange Are Without

r Aerial Ferry missioners, Mayor Sperry yesterday elected and qualifies. The election RepresentationNo

VILLA GIVES PERMISSION TO stated his position in regard to that takes place in November. GAMBLER WHO TESTIFIED IN

EXAMINEDBY the Sentinel proposition, as follows: After the withdrawal of Editor action
HAVE CORPSE Special to has been taken to reor- ROSENTHAL CASE WROTHAT
OFFICERS OF THE New 'York, Feb. .25.-George Pad- "I don't want to be put down as an Clark Howell of the Atlanta Consti- ganize the congressional committeeof THE REVERSAL OF

ler, builder of the first aeroplane to objector. I thought that I made my tution from the contest it was gener- the fourth district, created by act ,
carry fifteen passengers\is on his position clear at the time. I said ally conceded that Mr. West wouldbe of the last legislature.

way here from Russia, te establish an that I had not given the question mature I appointed, though there were sev- Inquiry on the subject yesterday Special to the Sentinel

Washington, Feb. 25. The attitudeof aerial ferry between this city and thought and wasn't as yet ready' eral distinguished south Georgia can- failed to suggest a plan by which the New York, Feb. .-Harry Vallon,
Villa in regard to the killing of Coney Island. The ferry is to be put to express my decision. My positionwas didates to be considered.Mr. committee might be called together erstwhile gambler, swindler and confidence -
the Scottish ranchman Benton, is not in operation this season. correctly reported in the Senti-
'J I to elect a chairman and secretary. man, who with Jack Rose,
to the United States, and a Padler will arrive here some time nel I believe. : stand is
pleasing My simply West is heavily interested in While,most of the counties compos- Bridgey Webber and Sam Schepps,
detachment of troops accompanied by next week, according to advices re- that I believe the should be '
people timber lands in Florida and is well ing the district were in the second was given credit for sending Beckerto
an army surgeon will make, an examination ceived at the Aero Club. American consulted on a question of as much known in this state. The appointment district and the committee of that Sing Sing death house, in a remarkable -
of the body, which Villa machines will be used and will be con- importance as this is, and I think it
vill be pleasant news to his district was duly organized, it is evident interview given today declares -
has granted permission to be ex- structed to carry ten passengers. should be submitted to the people numerous friends in Florida. that the fourth district will haveto that Becker is trying to make
humed. They will have cabins similar to that some time when it is convenientto
soon go through the formality of get- him the victim of another frame-up
.. .
The purpose of this examination is built by Padler for the Russian aviator do so. I would much rather have ting the committeemen together and after- the "usual- Becker system."

to determine the truth or falsity ofVilla's I Sykorsky. The ferry and will operate the support of the people." l LECTURE[ [ TONIGHT T ON BUILDING effecting an organization for the new- "It's a lie, a rotten lie, to say thatI
story of the execution. The between the Battery Coney It seems likely that several questions ly created district. killed Rosenthal," said Vallon. "It

British consul at Galveston will pro- Island. will arise which the people will AND l LOAN A ASSOCIATION N The district is composed of the is purely a frame-up between Becker

ceed to Juarez in company with the 'I be asked to pass upon, and that this counties of Monroe, Dade, Palm and the gunmen. He tries to put it

delegation of Americans to make an may be submitted at the same time. Beach, St. Lucie, Osceola, Brevard, on me so that they will think that
investigation on behalf of the British fRANK WHIT[ THAT HE H Will. Commissioner Robertson is firmly President of the North Carolina Orange, Seminole, Volusia, Putnam, he's working to get them free and in

government. A member of Benton's convinced that it would be to the ad- League of Associations to St. Johns, Clay and Duval. return they sit tight, just as he
family will be taken with the party. vantage of the city to supplant the All of the counties were in the old thought I would do."
Be in Orlando
The effort to have the body surren- present fire fighting outfit for a com- second district with the exception of Vallon's attorney, Bernard L Sandier -

dered to the Benton family will not bination auto chemical truck, even if Monroe and Seminole, the latter hav- who is also acting for Rose and
Refusal of Supreme Court to Grant
be abated., it were necessary to borrow the Coming to Orlando at the invita- ing been created by the same legislature Schepps, saw District Attorney Whit-
Secretary of State Bryan discussedthe Rehearing Does Not Disturb money with which to make the pur- tion of the Mutual Building and Loan I that created the new district. man during the aftrenoon and car-

Mexican situation with the senate His Composure chase. This would not "be necessary, association, recently organized in this Thus Seminole county is without a ried promises from all three of their

foreign relations committee today. however, for there is a good balance I city, for the express purpose of tell- committeeman, unless .Mr. Jos. N. services to any extent the prosecutor

They declined to tell of the details of Atlanta, Ga., Feb. 25.-The supreme on hand. ing of the work and benefits of suchan Whitner, who was the second district would demand. Webber, the fourth

their conference except to assert that court of Georgia today refused I Commissioner Johnson is firmly organization, Mr. E. L. Keesler, committeeman for Orange county, be : of the quartette, has nothing to do

its whole trend was to get at the to grant a rehearing of the appeal opposed to the expenditure at this president of the North Carolina B. considered such. The creation of with the other three.
of for & L. League, will 'lecture before an Seminole county robbed Orange of its
facts, leaving matters policy fQr a new trial for Leo M. Frank, time.
audience at the Tea and Rest Room
committeeman and it will be
future determination. under sentence of death for the mur- neces-
"What we were seeking to estab- der ol Mary Phagan. tonight. sary for Orange to select a man for LIFE IN DEATH[ H HOUSE U TRYING

lish," said the secretry, "was the actual Chief Justice Fish and Associate fRANK CHASE[ Will NOT T MAKE[ Mr. Kghler is probably one of the that place.
situation existing, all the facts Justice Beck, who dissented from the best informed men on the operationof It looks as if both Orange and ON NERVES[ SAYS .B BECkR[ [

regarding the Huerta government and court's decision last week denying the I HE FOR f R CONGRESS C building and loan associations in i Seminole will be called upon to choose
the constitutional movement." appeal, concurred in todays' decision the country. He has given years to I I men for such representation. While

"Was there any suggestion of a which was unanimous.The a practical study of the business, and 'there appears no urgent need for Lawyers Do Not Expect Police..., Lieu- .

change of policy on the part of this motion for a rehearing was Piano Man Says That His Chances his experience as told in his speeches hurrying the matter, there is little tenant to Be Placed on ,
will doubtless be of great benefit to doubt that it would be better for the I .
filed and based the
yesterday was on
government toward Mexico? Secre- Are Not Good and He Will Trial Again .
contention that certain important all interested in the local association.Mr. selections to be made so that these!
tary Bryan was asked. i WithdrawThe
I counts in the appeal had been disre- Keesler was secured throughthe counties will be ready with their rep-
"We did not talk politics, bl4} garded by the court. It is expectedthat efforts of Mr. Douglas R. Ellerbe, resentatives when the committee shall New York, Feb. 25.-Charles Becker -

4 Bryan replied. "What to do on the an extraordinary motion for a Florida Metropolis of yesterday secretary of the Orlando association, have been called to meet. former police lieutenant, convicted
basis of the facts established was left of instigating the murder of Herman
new trial will be filed within a few contained an announcement of and Mr. Ellerbe wishes it understoodthat
for further consideration"The days in the superior court. withdrawal from the congressionalrace the address is open to the public Rosenthal, who has been granted a

secretary was asked many Notice was filed in the superior by Frank Chase, who some time generally, and the ladies are cordially RETURNS[ FROM ORLANDO O AITR[ new trial, was visited at Sing Sing

Questions concerning his knowledgeof court today by attorneys for James ago made known his intention to con- invited to attend. There is to be prison today by his attorney, JosephA.

the strength of the constitutionalist Conley, the negro convicted yester- test the place against Congressman nothing exclusive about the buildingand SEARCH[ H f FOR R HUSBAND Shay. Tomorrow, the attorneytold

movement and the character of its day of being an accessory to the mur- Claude L'Engle.Mr. loan association, as it is desiredto Becker, he expects to serve the

leaders. The senators were particu- der, that they would ask for a new Chase, in his letter, says, in interest as many people as possi- remittitur of the court of appeals on
larly interested in General Villa and trial for their client. Conley, who part: ble. Was Killed in Wreck Near Wildwoodand the prison warden. Becker then will
in the execution of the British sub- leave the death house
I where he has
the witness the Buried in Unmarked
was principal against "After very careful and serious con-
ject, Benton. been confined since the autumn of
young factory superintendent, is un- sideration, I have decided not to enter STOKES QUALIFIES FOR RACE Grave
1912 and be returned cell in the
Immediately upon the receipt of der sentence of twelve months in a the race for congress from the fourth AGAINST WILSON to a f
word' from Consul Letcher, at Chi- convict chaingang. congressional district. As I feel sure + Tombs here until final disposition of

huahua, that Benton's body would be Frank received news of today's su- that some of the friends who have Pensacola, Fla., Feb. 25.-With Savannah, Ga., Feb. 25.-lrs.few his case.
exhumed for the benefit of Benton's Charles Craven, a bride a Behind him in the death cells
court decision with the same to Chairman Frank L. ,
preme promised support me for this posi- Mayes presiding,
returned to today
wj in
where she went
from Orlando,
*he cemetery with an American representative arrest last April, two days after the have arrived at this decision, will I met in Pensacola for the purpose of "Dago Frank" Cirofici, "Gyp the
search of her husband traycling -
a second request went murder of the little factory girl. He say that my family and most inti- arranging details for the holding of young Blood' Horowitz, "Lefty Louie" Ro
forth to Villa asking that the corpse expressed confidence that his death mate friends have very strongly the coming congressional election. man. senberg, and "Whitey" Lewis con-
be turned over to the widow on sentence urged She found he had been killed in a victed of the actual killing of Rosen-
indefinitely stayed pending and advised me against a po- Every county in the district was rep-
American territory. final disposition of his case, would litical life. resented and a call for ;\ primary wreck near Wildwood, Fla., ten days thal, and they will be executed next

Villa's refusal to accede to the re- never be executed. "The expense of making this cam- election to be held on Tuesday, June ago and buried in an unmarked grave. month unless the governor grants

quest for the body has not met with paign would have to be' borne by me 2, was issued, and the primary assess- clemency.The .
favor by officials here who are seek- 100 AUTOS LOST IN FIRE and I do not feel justified in riskingthis I ment fee of $150 was decided upon. THE WEATHER opinion was expressed by attorneys -

ing now to impress upon him the im- Lynn, Mass., Feb. 25.-0ne hun- amount of money and the amountof 1 Within an hour after the close of I t much and friends of Becker that he
portance the world generally will at- dred automobiles were lost in a fire time necessary to make the campaign the committee meeting, and the nam- Florida: Fair Thursday, would never be tried again as the instigator -

tach to such a refusal. which destroyed the Essex garage when the prospect of being ing of the primary date, State's At- colder in central portion, probably of the murder of Rosenthal,

General Carranza, chief of all theo here today, with a loss of $300,000. elected does not appear to myself and torney John P. Stokes. qualified for freezing temperature north. Friday, and there was also much talk that

constitutionalist forces, is expected in One employe is missing. Twelve fire- friends as being good. the race to succeed Congressman Em- fair, continued cold. Becker, if he eventually goes free,

p Juarez within a week. It is under- men were seriously hurt. "I expect in a short time to go intoa mett Wilson. It is expected Mr. THE LOCAL WEATHEROld will seek reinstatement on the police

tood here that he will take charge new business enterprise that will Stokes will be Mr. Wilson's only op- force.-
of an investigation of the Benton case visit would be permitted in the pres- take my entire time and one that will! ponent and a warm race is looked Man Winter is still on the job When informed of the court's action,
on his own account. ence of representatives to be desig- help build the state. I in for. and he is not a bit slovenly in bring Becker's first thought was of his wife,
up expect
The character of the wounds rests nated by the American government. the future to take an active interest ing that fact to the fore, as he hand- whose loyalty to him has never
with Villa's version of the killing.An The change in General Villa's attitude in the selection and election of differ- DEAD FROM EATING TOADSTOOLS ed out last night as blustery a brandas waned. He asked that she be noti-
fair Flor-
the lot of
investigation will also be madeto as reflected in these two messages ent candidates, as I am firmly con- ever fied. Later he met newspaper men

determine whether Benton had it was said, was the result of: .' vinced that this is a duty that every ida. and to them he expressed his feelingof
wind out of the north-
committed crimes, as Villa has: representations by the United State citizen owes to the state in which he Special to the Sentinel Sharp o'clock came and this happiness and confidence of ultimate -
west at 7 was soon
charged and with a disposition to that his attitude was not satisfac- lives." Los Angeles, Cal., Feb. 25.-As a I freedom.
followed by a slow, cold, drizzlingrain
fight with firearms. tory. The United States will desig- result of eating toadstools in mistake' Becker's stay of 16 months in the
with prospects at the hour the
I White House officials made this ex- nate an army surgeon as one of its for mushrooms, Mrs. Emma H. Gas- death house has resulted in changesin
BACK FROM ST. PETERSBURGMr. Sentinel goes to press, 3 o'clock, of
planation of the status of the inquiryfor representatives and an examination: coigne, wife of a local minister, is I' his appearance. He has improvedin
Benton's body: of the body will be made, accordingto dead, Miss Bessie Simonson, her continuing. I health and his make-up is that of

Two dispatches were received yes White House officials. J. D. Mitchill returned yesterday niece, and Edward Stranahan are in AT JACKSONVILLE- I an athlete in training. Also he has

terday, one from Consular Agent Ca- While apparently satisfied that an from St. Petersburg, where he a critical condition, and Mr. and Mrs. read a great deal-the Bible, Shake-
not opportunity for medical examinationof has been making an audit of the Edward H. Advices received by the Sentinel at
ruthers, saying Villa would per- city Lindemeyer and Rev. Gas- speare and many works of literature."I .
"at this time the corpse has been made, the lat- books. That city has the commissionform midnight last night reported the temperature -
mit a view of the body coigne are recovering from the poi- tell you, that death house is an
but would do so later. That message est representations to Villa request of government, and :Mr. James soning effects of the fungi. The toad- 36 at Jacksonville. awful place," said Becker. today.

came during the afternoon. that after the examination the body Bradshaw, a brother of Orlando'sCol. stools, which were of species easily "Just think of it-I've seen 12 men

Late last night a message was received be delivered to the widow for burial J. N. Bradshaw, is mayor of the mistaken for mushrooms, were gath- 18 BELOW AT ZANESVILLE march past my cell to die since I

from Consul Letcher at Chi- wherever she may wish. town. Mr. Mitchill was regaling his ered Saturday by Stranahan and Miss Columbus, 0., Feb. 25.-Unofficial have been there. Most of them went

huahua, who had been in personal friends yesterday with the story of Simonson, who took them to the Gas- temperature of 18 below zero was reported like pen, too: But you can believe

conference with Villa. He reported Ladies' Home Journal for March,I St. Petersburg's wonderful growth coigne home, gave some to Linde- from Zanesville at daybreak.The that things like that are hard on ,

Villa was willing to have the widfew the best ever. New magazines coming and progress. He says it is the most meyer neighbors, and all six ate cold wave appeared to be moving any man's nerves. I've fought: to

and relatives of Benton see the body,I in daily. Curtis & O'Neal's book: wonderful town in Florida, but he heartily. Several hours 'later the entire eastward. Weather bureau instru- keep out these influences from my ;
when it was exhumed and that their, store. still thinks that Orlando is the best party was stricken. ments recorded zero here at 7 o'clock. mind and I've succeeded." y

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(From the Gainesville Sun) .
There are said to be nearly 1,100 o ,''"
attendance at the Lakeland ; ?
pupils in
f high school. IRONS MONTGOMERY PICTURE cofs MOTION Grand Theatre

Telephone connection and electric
lights are being installed for the sub .

divisions around Tarpon Springs. WE have just received a ship The South's Finest Picture TheatreMr.
ment of the latest style of ,

Strawberries daily in large are now quantities going from forward "GAS IRONS" H. P, Comely will render a violin selection at each

'Y shipped Lakeland daily, thousands to the of Northern quarts being mar : which we are placing on the market performance This will be this popular violinists last appearance -

lets. ::: FOR $3.00 EACH in Orlando

Key West is soon to be visited by u They are absolutely guaranteed to be "THE SCHEMERS .
; a Vitagraph comedy with John Bun
the German naval attache, Captain K. .: perfectly safe and at the same time inexpensive ,
Boyed, who will visit the naval station : to operate. They cost only ny and Flora Finch as head fun makers. You all know
there the latter part of the 1.3 as much to operate as an electric
month. iron and are much easier to handle.Call this team will make you laugh.

at the ofice and see one demonstrated.ORNDO
fair held in Orlando isanS-2xc-dt "THE EXPRESS CAR MYSTERY," a Kalem two reel feat-
The opening service in the new r
Presbyterian church in Eustis was ure. A story laid in the west, exceptionally well done andinteresting
held last Sunday morning. The edifice '
has recently been completed at a ,

cost of about $30,000. WATER & .LIGHTC

... : Billy Shirley
A movement is on foot in :Miami

, whereby every man in that City will Gas DeDartmeiitMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM Artistic Singer of Songs
be enrolled in some.organized Bible
class. The movement is not secta- + **
,rianas all the churches in the Magic Continuous Performance from 3:30 to 10 P. M.

City are interested in it

} Charles R. Hall was unanimously Children 5c Adults lOc '

elected president of the St. Petersburg f
: board of trade at the annual
election held a few nights ago. Preparations FRIDAY, FEB. 27.Selig's Big Animal Feature, "TERRORSOF

are being made for the annual THE JUNGLE."
banquet of this organization.
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rk Louis M. Long, who has been con
ducting the Keystone hotel at Fer- .
nandina, has leased the Ocala house, Just arrived car load For Economy and purchase -

in Ocala. He is said to be one of the immediate H T of mon-
FORDS for W RIG power your
best hotel men in the state and the A & b6BD CO
I Ocala house is to be congratulated on delivery.Get FOR REAL ESTATE ey, "Try Wright's" Farm t

securing his services. That8 Our BusinessOrlando and Garden Seeds. in

.z nowF. Florida
A case of smallpox at the Chil- yours bulk. "Motto'" Quantityand
dren's Home in Jacksonville has
caused a quarantine to be placed on Quality.Fresh .
the kiddies. They have already been Phone 226ABOUT
Eggs .0 doz. Best Creamery Butter lb.
29C -
shut up several weeks on account of 39C
whooping cough and now it is something Sweet l\lilk. tic qt. ii Ice sac 100 Ibs., Limes 150 doz.
else. It's hard on the children. i Sweet Milk 07C pint Fresh Butter Milk loc qt.

l w Individual package 10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits, "Th,t Present" delivered by Express,
i It is understood that is the fast baseball (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door 1.35 cash with order.
t park in St. Augustine assume
ing the appearance of a big league
340 Acres Good Land
baseball field. The baseball club is
certainly getting everything in fine .
shape and some real baseball will be 40 acres under fence 200 good orange trees, two story house, barn,
witnessed this spring.
s best of water, three lakes. Snap bargain sale.MMItllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIM .
All stores in St. Petersburg closed
last Friday afternoon, when the big
league ball season was formally =
opened in that city with a game between MMMMIM
the St. Louis Browns, now I
training in the Sunshine City, and
the Chicago Cubs, who will train in FOUNTAIN PENS:

There are plenty of good fountain pens in COMPANY

Robert W. Goodhart, one of the the market and unfortunately there is also a

most widely known bank examinersin supply of poor ones. We have yet to see a Orlando
the country, will resign his position Florida.Condition .
better self-filling than the Conklin, i
with the federal government to
become president of the First Trust and have never sold a better one of the other at the close of business December 31, 1913

and Savings bank of Pensacola. The type than Moore's Non-Leakable. We Sell both RESOURCESLoans
institution is to have a capital
new kinds on an absolute guarantee of your mon- and Discounts . .. . . .. .. . . .. . $103,080.10
stock of $300,000. It will apply for a
if want it. A fountainpen Overdrafts _ . _. _ . _ _ __ . . _. . 362.37
charter at back good
ey you : Stocks and Bonds . . . . . .. . . . . .. . ... 26,018.33
Judge Rhydon M. Call, United has come to be almost a necessity to every : Cash on Hand and in Banks .. .. . .. .. .. . 200,946.57
States district court, southern districtof business man or woman. If you have none, Banking House. Furniture and Fixtures . . . 25,974.87
Florida, who underwent a very serious or have one that is unsatisfactory, let us '
operation in Johns Hopkins hos : $656,382.21
show the guaranteed sort. .
pital, Baltimore, a few days ago, is you : LIABILITIES

said to be doing nicely. This is very Capital Stock . .o. .. . . . . . . .. . . .. . $100,000.00
gratifying news to his hundreds of W. S. BRANCH, Surplus and Undivided Profits .. .. . . .. . . 35,214.86 '
friends in Florida. It is hoped that Deposits . . .. . . . . . . .. __ .. .. .. 521,167.38
he will be soon well and back in Jack The Arcade Book and Music Store S i
sonville presiding at court. $656,382.24
i i
Lakeland will be represented in the
Gasparilla parade which will be held Deposits on Dec 31, 1912 . .. . . . . . .. . $489,971.68
in Tampa today, the board of tradeof ItHltmHtlMMMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMMMMIIIIIIIIMISeveral Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . .. . .. . . .. . $521,167.38

that prosperous town having arranged -
have float designed o Increase . .. . . . ._ _. ... . .. . .. . . 31,195.70
to a especially .
to demonstrate the many advantages The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust
of Lakeland. The float will Sacrifice rrice Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and
be further ornamented by eight of a friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement.The .
s that city's prettiest girls. management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects
the conservative, sane and progressive methods employed in
Paul Bourgeois, the trainer in this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and
charge of the animals used here by @ strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in health-
the Pathe Freres company, had a narrow ful statements, to its patrons.M. .
escape from death in the cage at .
choice lots for immediate sale. M. SMITH, PresidentW.
the zoo. Mr. Bourgeois had just Several Located just
entered the cage of Prince, the Ben M. DAVIS, Vice-President C. E. NOLAN, CashierWE
lot off Magnolia avenue on Concord avenue. Improved
one -
gal tiger, which he had been training,
and was going to another cage when with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest
F one of the large leopards made a leap
for him. The brute disarmed the locations in Orlando.
trainer of an iron bar which he carried
and fastened his huge teeth in The Price .
hand. With his free
:Mr. Bourgeois'
hand the trainer managed to beat ofl\ OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. A Doll's HouseOne

the animal and made his escape from I .
the cage. The trainer's hand was' I Irl I of Ibsen's Strongest and Best Known Plays

badly lacerated.-St. Augustine Notes "L* Will Be Given by the

in Grandomther Times-Union.looking for her glasses n R l J m 1JU. I l Rollins School of Expression,

when she has them on her head is
Winter Park
on an equal with the newspaper man L H. RAMSDELL Lyman Gymnasium, Wednesday,
fishing through his pockets for his Phone 504 Watkins OPTOMETRIST Evening March 4th, 1914, at 8:15 o'clock.
pencil when he has it back of his ear.
z BIOIJ (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins) ADMISSION,50 CENTS
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Taft, Fla., :Feb. .-Mrs. Kate Mit- German farmer who had lost his !:
rakos, who has been visiting with her horse advertised for it in this way. ONE JOLLY WEEK

brother, A. J. Richardson and familyfor "One nite the udder day apout a week ORlANDO CHAUTAUQUA I A I) A

' several weeks, has returned to her ago last month I heard me a noise by : STARTINGMonday

home in Des Moines, Iowa, but is so der frunt middle of de pac yard which
well pleased with Taft that she assur- did not use to be. So I jumps the ped

ed us that she would surely be back oud und runs mit der door and ven MARCH 1st to 9th 1914 March 2 j

here next fall.S. I sees I finds my pig gray iron mare ,

W. Colson, Christian Evangelistfrom he was tied loose and runnin' mit der
Gainesville, Fla., is holding a stable off. Whoever prings him back Orlando Opera'HouseFORREST : SPECIAL RETURN ENGAGEMENT OF THE

series of meetings in the school shall pay five dollars reward. DARNEY CARR, Manager OLD RELIABLE AND ORIGINAL

building this week. Young Pilgrim.

Rev. A. M. Ash gave a very interesting -

last ington.At Sunday. lecture evening in the on M.George E. Wash-chapel the Trolley new recreation wires have pier been in St.strung Peters-on GOV. J. FRANK ATTRACTIONS, HANLY MRS.Rogers Will IDA Band.have B.charge COLE of the C. L. S. C. CIV.\ P r nr m ti to Ce.

burg and cars will be in operationthis For four year Governor of Indiana -
a special election held in Taft week. and one of the best men of
Passenger traffic is all
Feb. 21st, for the election of munici- the ate. Management Jas. A. Park
that will be handled at present on the
pal officers (the former election be- PROF. WILLIS L. MOORE READERS
new pier. In our own Monster Canvas Covered Theatre with all the
ing declared illegal) the following _ .. Eighteen yean Chief of the U. : ,
L. S. Weather Bureau. Comfort and Convenience of First Class
were elected for the ensuing year: Roblej Male Quartette. Opera House.
' For Mayor, A. M. Bristol; for Alder- iMIIiMMIIIIMMiil DR. C. H. TYNDALL Miss Recital.Christine Levin Contralto in Absolutely waterproof and thoroughly heated on cool

man, D. B. Sphaler, W. A Levis, J. E. Scientist Miss Martha Alexander Violinist. nights. *
Mr. Forrest Dabner Carr, and Jessie
Tracy, C. A. Tompkins; for Town DR. SIGEL ROUSH L. Hudson Company
Clerk and Assessor, Lyman Bowman; Supree uto Oil I Journalist Traveler Lecturer. : WITH NEW AND GREAT PLAYS

for Town Marshal and Tax Collector, HOME. VON INKELSTEIN MOUNT- : EXTRA-Added vaudeville features. The best ever pre-

J. W. Newman; for ,Town Treasurer, FORD sented in this city.
Will Lecture the life and
J. 0. Collins. The oil that has toms of Holyland.DR. on calMUSICAL :I Entire change of play and vaudeville each night. Don't
Taft was nearly deserted last week.
stood the CAROLYN GEISEL Rogers Band. : miss the
opening play.
supreme -
Everybody and his wife, old bachelors, Miss Gay Zenola
Will rive a course of most HELP I
young maids, old mai-(excuse me) I test FUL UP-T4DATE LECTURES Mr.Miss Hal Elizabeth Merton Sheffield Muter of Alice Magic, I j
maidens, all up to the fair. Mrs. J. on HEALTH. Reade rand Impersonator.

D. Miller captured six premiums and Monday Night March 2ndWE
others too numerous to mention. Miss THAT :

Frances Nelson had charge of the WILL PRESENT"The
Taft booth but the space allotted was

too limited, and many articles were Goo Gulf Gasoline Orlando CURTIS & O'NEAL'S BOOK STORE Florida Halfbreed"

not taken there, which would have Tickets on Sale, Wednesday Morning Feb. 25thYOURSVASIIINGCOST
been had there been more room.

Since our people have been to the The Greatest Western Play Ever Written

fair and seen so many good things MMttltltllMltMIHilliltttMIMMIMIMttttltimI : ALL NEW SPECIAL SCENERY FOR THIS PLAY
to eat they seem to have lost all fear I

of starvation, and are simply sittingon P. G. WALTON Agl. .
their porches smoking and read-
ing the papers (the Setinel mostly) I WUA T DOfS ? ; WITH THE SAME LOW PRICES. ADMISSION 15c TO

'consequently I can give you no real PHONES 450269 II EVERYBODY. RESERVED CHAIRS ONLY 9c

exciting, hairraising news this week, II I I
for it is as scarce as hens teeth, and MniiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiitiiimiiiiminiiiiiiii I I

i if you want any of that land you I I I HOME LAUNDRY R'p REEL, : : A. C. L. DEPOTHltlMiltiniMHitmiMMiMMIiltlMIIMIIimH'

must do as the preacher told his
congregation -
: What Does This Mean To You? :
one morning. He announced .
e that a pocketbook had been found, STEAM :: SANITARY :: MODERN ::: FIREPROOF : I
ForSaleModern :
and if anybody had lost one to go to
Who is YOUR Washerwoman? MIIMimilHtHMIIIMIHIIHIIilMtlimillll
) ..
Helen Hunt for it. This is a "chest- :
Have YOU ever inspected her premises? : '
nut" but not very musty. Does SHE use CLEAN WATER and PLENTY OF IT? : .. I I

.. 8-room ; Is YOUR clothing washed with that of HER FAMILY? I I : eter an Society Ladies Minstrel

AMERICAN WOMEN TURN DANGEROUS t Is there Tuberculosis or other contagious disease in her'family? :

I House 2 doors : Can SHE sterilize your clothing and avoid bringing infection to I

The anti-suffrage prophecies that YOUR Home, YOUR family? LUCERNE THEATRETO
American women are going to resortto I west of Wyoming Have you room in your house fitted with electricity, gas, or wood I I
militancy are neld up to good- | Hotel. Bar- stove in which your ironing could be done? I

humored ridicule by a citizen of Truly-WHAT DOES YOUR WASHING COST-in convenience CIVIC LEAGUE

South Dakota, nne of the Stales I gain.A. IN MONEY? IN HEALTH?

where equal suffrage amendments are THE HOME LAUNDRY makes a specialty of washing : MISS J. PEARLE ROGERSABLY
now pending. George B. Morewoodin clothes; the purest soap is used; the cleanest water- changed at- By
least 5 times. :
the South Dakota Messenger cites ASSISTED BY
L. Bentley If we Wet Wash it, it will be returned damp, ready to dry I
the following proo's oJ( thesj dan- and iron; if we Rough Dry it, it will be starched and dried and
gerous tendencies in the United 10 E. AMELIA AVENUE the Bed Room and Table Linen will be ironed ready for use. Fifty Society Ladies

States: : Your clothes are washed by itself-not mixed with others). .

Women have disturbed the pace .HIMIIMMIIIIMIIMIHIIiiititiiinitmiiiiiim Our price for WET WASH is Fifty Cents for twenty pounds

of many estimable citizens. -dry pound.weight-and. Two and one-half Cents for each additional Friday, February 27th

Some have lighted fires in the .
; Our price for ROUGH DRY is Fifty Cents for eight pounds
homes of harmless; householders. Shoe Repairing -dry weight, and Six Cents for each additional pound. 1I1I1 II111 I1I11 11111 III ill 1111I 11111 11111 11111 11111 "
Packages of powder, believed to :
have been left 'by- women, have been : ?
discovered in railway stations and : ; We will be glad to call for it-and deliver same in a few hours. I11111I1II1111I11111111111111111111111111I11I1111111IThe

public conveyances. I

Some have been detected pouring a :I Men's Half Soles, 7sc to 8sc I The Home Laundry : AltamonteALTAMONTE
+ mixture of oil and vinegar on lettuce.A Ladles' Half Soles, 60c to 75c
number are suspected of murder- Children's Half'oles, SOc to 750

ing the king's Engliih Hand Turned Soles, $l.ou SPRINGS, FLORIDA.A .
Heels Repaired, 2c *
Several husbands are reported to
- beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlando'or A. C. L.
have been blown up. All work returned in 24 hours. R.R.) Come out and getthe best dinner served in Inte-
A lot of Orders without remittance returned -
women, with their male
C. 0. D. We rior Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the
accomplices, have been caught burn-. return postage. pay Louisville $ Nashville R. R. most beautiful and healthful location In Florida, on

ing daylight. high ridge between two lovely lakes, 40 acres In parks.

Females of tender years have been OFFERS SUPERIOR SERVICE TO Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc.
seen cutting out pictures and daub- A. Hansoni9East Hotel has 500 feet broad piazza. All modeen' Improve-

ing them with paint. : Pine Street CINCINNATI, CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, LOUISVILLE, ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests.

There are numerous complaints of ORLANDO FLORIDA INDIANAPOLIS, CLEVELAND, DETROIT, TOLEDO, Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet.
the silence having been broken by GRAND RAPIDS, PITTSBURG, BUFFALO.
..... . . .I.I. . . . . ..

..... .Seme women have been found capable Lv. SOUTH Jacksonville.ATLANTIC........LIMITED.... 8:15.PB Jacksonville MONTGOMERY.......ROUTELv. ..... 8:05 pm GEO. E. BATES & SON, Proprietors
of setting the grandstand ablaze Ar. Knoxville .............1%:00 n'n Ar. Montgomery ........... 8:50 am /
To THE WEST Ar. Lexington .............. 6:40 pm Ar. Birmingham ............12:10 n'n 'Summer Resort"The Grand," Mount Vernon N. H.
at baseball games. Ar. Cincinnati .............. 8:50 pm Ar. Nashville ............... 7:40 pm
And others have Ar. Cleveland .............. 7:15 am Ar. Evansville ............. 1:35 am.
ruthlessly uprooted VIASEMINOU Ar. Detroit ................. 7:45 am Ar. St Louis .............. 7:40 am
cherished vices.-Woman's Journal. Ar. Grand Rapids .......... 2:45 pm Ar. Chicago ............... 9:38 am
Ar. Louisville ...;........ 9:00 pm
Ar. Indianapolis ............ 7:00 am DIXIE FLYERAr. HMMIIIHMMIIIIItlltlHMMMtHmiMlimiMHHave
LIMITEDLv Chicago ............... 7:10 am
CHADWICK'S SPECIAL SALE DIXIE LIMITED Lv. Jacksonville ........... 8:25 pm

LASTING 30 DAYS Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm Lv.The Jacksonville fattest train...to...the....West 9:35 am Ar.Ar. Chattanooga Atlanta .........................12:00. 8:00 n'n am
No. 1-10 acres, 21-2 miles south Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm Ar. St. Louis .............. 2:50 pm Ar. Evansville .............. 9:43 pm [ELECTRIC T I VACUUM CLELNER L[ f
east of city, on hard road, all im- Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A.'C.L. 9:00 pm Ar. Chicago ................ 6:50 pm Ar. Chicago ................ 6:50 am
proved; 175 budded orange and grape- I Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L.__11:10 pm .
fruit trees just coming into bearing:; Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L.____ 1:15 am Electric Lighted Trains with Through Sleepers. L. & N. Diners. N. Better
7-room house; the land is of the best Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L.____ 2:40 am Dining Car Service in this Country. Fast Time. Rock Ballast 1'0 Dost or
No. 2-Two 3-acre young groves inside Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga. 3:55 am Dirt.
solid through train with dining
of city,-nicely situated to divide Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20 am coaches and sleepers to Cincinnati through sleepers to Louisville Cleveland
into home lots. Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga._ 7:30 amr and Indianapolis daily and to Grand Rapids Mondays and Thursdays. Di-
No. 3-13 acres, 8 acres with broom Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.12:05 p rect connections to Toledo. Detroit. PitUbnr. Buffalo. your room or house
house and 200 bearing grove; DIXIE LIMITED and DIXIE FLYER are solid through trains to Chicago
Ar Birmingham,Ala. C.of G.12:05
pm with coaches dining drawing room compartment and observation sleeper
the 5 acres is garden land divided in Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm through: to St Louis cars on Dixie Limited over 5 hours fastest and only one cleaned without dust troubleof
acre lots and recorded.No. Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C._______ 9:35 pm night outMONTGOMERY or
4-5 acres east between Amelia; Ar Cairo, Ill., I. C._________11:07 pm ROUTE has sleepers through to St Louis daily, and connecting -
and Concord avenues, just over city; ____ sleepers to Chicago.
Ar Carbondale, III, I. C 12:13 am moving furniture .
limit line; a part of it to bearing; For reservations, information, ask the Ticket Agent or address H. ,

house grove and and other grapery buildings.:; a fine This 8-room is a Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C._____ 7:05 am C. Bretney, Florida Passenger Agent, L & N. Railway,
134 West Bay Street, Jacksonville
rare bargain to get a city home just Ar Centralia HL, L C.____ 1:38 am 2-26-eod-2m
over the city line. Give this your at- Ar Matoon, III, I. C._______ 3:30 am The Pierce Electric Co: send an EXperienced
tention.No. Ar Champaign, Ill., I. C.____ 4:29 am
5-40 acres, 20 improved with! Ar Kankakee Ill., I. C._____ 6:20 am
500 choice bearing orange trees, south! Ar Chicago, Ill., I. C_______ 7:50 am man..
side of lake, near Altamonte Springs; NOTICE I
Dr. BucKmaster
fine bungalow of 8 rooms; also 4-room Solid Through Trains-Composed of
t cottage furnished and Notice is hereby given that the City
; beautiful lawn observation, compartment, drawingroom -
shade; tennis court (cement); the' section, sleeping cars, 8ldee of Orlando, Florida, will on January 1,I SEE THEM FOR TERMS
show place of the South, known as 1915, pay off with interest to that Osteopathic Physician
the Foss Grove. On account of the reclining chair cars, between Jackson- date, bonds numbered 7, 8, 9,' 10, 19
death of Mr. Foss, :Mrs. Foss can no ville and Chicago, and Jacksonvilleand and 20, of the City of Orlando seven 132 Orange Avenue
longer attend to the estate This: St. Louis. All meals in dining per cent bonds, issued July 1, 1892,
means sell it. according to the provisions made for Next door to People's Bank, .

No. 6-Several nice homes, close to car.For tickets and Pullman car reser- redemption in said bonds. up-stairs. Acute and chronic T rlf [ fLf T I Inc.
Lake Eola, and other parts of the city. Dated February 11, 1914. e
Also choice lots, close in. vations, call on : CARL JANSEN, City Clerk. diseases treated.Telephone IJ
If you want to buy for home or in- W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, i 2-12-lm
vestment I am a leader along these or 578. 3
lines. Call or phone and make date WHITE Ticket Ladies' hair dressing, massage, CHURCH STREET
D. W. Depot Agent, '
for .
investigations.Open electric drier. Gem Barber
evenings. Atlantic Coast Line, rb
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THE DAILY M.- -. SIDELIGHTSBy JONES-ROBINSON t gerous to have them around. I am .111111111111111111111111111111111011111111111111111

going to see that this matter is looked
3 South Florida Sentinel ( W. S. Branch.) A very quiet marriage occurred in after with the greatest care. The

MORNING AND WEEKLY What is known as the selenium the Cathedral early yesterday after dogs that haven't tags after the first

JOSiAH FERRIS Editor and Owner. method of taking photographs by.telegraph noon, Rev. :Mr. Remsen being askedto of the next month will be killed by

k. Entered at the postoffice at Orlando, Florida has been so far perfected that unite :Miss Ona Blanch Jones and the dog catcher." Dog tags may be DicksouIvesI

ai Second Class Mail Matter. they lave already beep made oor Mr. Edgar W. Robnison, both of our had at the city clerk's office for the : I

TO ADVERTISERS: HColf> of wire and the sci nti>ts town, the latter being the well known sum of $1.25 each. Owners will be ,

Copy for and all other hand-let expect to some day take them across and popular young proprietor of a warned by this statement of,the may II I
c. adTertuinf muit be handed in at the basinets the ocean. We occasionally see a candy store on Church street. Both or's attitude toward dogs.

) office the day of before the Sentinel publication.not later This than rule 2 applies p. m. young man or lady on Orange Ave. 'have many friends here, whose best [ DEPARTMENTAL( STORE .

to changes for contract advertising; it U dressed so loud that we are sure their wishes are extended for a happy fu- The sooner people form the habit of
invariable and will be strictly adhered to.
costume could be heard on Bay Streetin ture. paying cash for everything they buy, I
the better for them. If they do this
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Jacksonville. Immediately after the service, :Mr.

One Year ........ ............$5.00 * snd Mrs. Robinson left by auto for they will deny themselves of many
things they can get along without.
Six: Months ... .. .. .. ..... ..... 2.50 English foot ball teams have late Sanford, taking the north bound train When people find out that their credit : Orlando's favorite Shopping

Three Months .......... ...... 1.25 ly played what !is knowa 13 their cup- there for Richmond, Washington and is good they often buy articles that
In Advance. other are nothing but extravagance. It is
tie games. Seventeen games were points, expecting to be absent .
a very poor plan for people to start
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1914. played on the same day by 31 differ- three weeks. life on the credit or installment plan. :
ent teams. The gate receipts were i Buy what you can easily afford and PLACE

ninety thousand dullars, and the at- DOG CATCHER WILL GATHER IN pay cash for it. If you go through life "
The cold \\aehich swept over by always paying cash for what you
the South yesterday is reported to be tendance totalled 407,033. CANINES AFTER MARCH 1 purchase, you will always have a few
the most severe in twenty years. The dollars in jour pocket to your credit.

winter has been unsuually severe, and In some of the states where woman 1
' The open season for dogs will closeMarch
it is to be hoped that this is the last suffrage has been adopted the law re- AT THE LUCERNE TONIGHT
1, and after that date all dogs
of rather naughty the to tell their exact
gasp a season. quires women
that haven't tags will be gathered in
This not only the fact that the
unneces to
o ages. seems Owing Chicago
by the dog catcher and disposed of.
sary, but absolutely foolish. If there I Ladies' Orchestra made such a decided
It is observed from the Tampa Tribune i- Mayor Sperry is determined to rid
is to whether I hit with the audience at the
as a womanis
a question
that one of the pirates of the the streets of dogs. He said yesterday
old enough to vote, she should be : Lucerne last night, the management You invited
Gasparilla fleet fell out of the ship that the town was filled with are cordially
and be compelled to has succeeded in them to
challenged persuading
and landed in the afternoon. The worthless dogs and as he viewed it
right, but if there is no questionon stay over another day and appear at
weather "
was fine and said pirate ito s they were a menace to the people. 1
that it is one's business the Lucerne in connection with the
point no
congratulated upon his soft just read that a mad dog in Ocala bit
what her exact age may be, and can four regular program of pictures.
alighting. people, said the mayor, "and to the
not possibly affect the results in anyway the This orchestra was secured at a ,
o same thing might occur in Orlando ,
whether she is 32,52, or 92 yearsof I heavy expense to Mr. J. B. Magruderand .. .: t :
Frank James, member of the noto any day. want to rid this town
rious James band of highwaymen, is i age. of dogs, and cats, too, for that mat- as they are of a class of musicians
seldom heard in Orlando Mr
reported to be in need of a winter etr. They do no good, and it is dan- ,
The income tax law allows exemp Magruder has reduced the price from
home. We that of
suggest some our
tion on three thousand dollars incomeif Chicago and New York have blizzardsand $1.00 to 25 cents in order that everybody :
more ambitious Florida towns land
a man is single, or four thousand Minneapolis and St. Paul have may have an opportunity to : .
Frank as a winter resident. It
advertise. paysto dollars if he is married and lives with floods. hear this wonderful orchestra. Spring .1.

o his wife. Does this argue that it I ..

costs three times as much to supporta I
The district registration books will MillllilllitttMilftliCMiiMMIMMitHiilMlilltMGash :
s man as it does to support a woman ,
close Saturday. Voters are urged to

register before the end of the week. ? * to Loan on 1 j .
There is
nothing to be gained by de. -
When Senator Windom, of Minnesota r
laying it. In fact, it is dangerous to
years ago remarked that "The :
postpone this duty, for unlooked for
City j
Property .
'' way to resume specie payment is to :
things may occur on the last day to "
resume, he laid down a principle that I Millinery
prevent one from attending to it.
applies to any other public or private : .
Register today. ,.
enterprise. Wherefore we remark, the : t

Editor Clark Howell o of the Atlanta way to get a "white way" is to get : Real Estate bought and sold .
one. Concrete posts for the lights if I

from Constitution consideration has withdrawn as successor his name to they are better and cheaper and prac- : for cash or on commission. j

ticable, iron if better :
or posts they are -
the late Senator Bacon of Georgia,
from all points of view, but which : ." .
though he
was urged strongly to
ever kind is selected, let us get right : Opening
stand for the appointment. In a letter
down into the bottoms of P--
to Governor Slaton he favors the Dr. A.. J. TAYLOR :
and pull out the cash and put the
c appointment of a south Georgia man. .
We can't recall any such instance of men to work. Rock'Bui1ding, Upstairs.MMiMimmEMiMttiimtiiiHiiiiiMimmiiiit. :
* *
{ political negation in Florida. .
Parsifal was given in Covent Gar- :

; The Dade county o fair has opened. den, London, a week or two since, -. ..
This with all the eclat and setting that it H .
fair is simply an exhibition of

l products that use, in and a has building dedicated for his gram ever began had at in Bayreuth.5 o'clock p.The m. pro-and :I MilttltiltllimaittllttMttmiMMIMIMMIIIilil :.. W allif
none of the usual Tliurgff
n ij I
a fair features in the way of tent shows lasted until midnight, with a recess : A. Y. FULLER R. L FOX euesay J n

and race track diversions. It is probably of an hour and a half for the Lon- : !

more effective for the absence of doners to go and drink some tea to : THE PALMS AUTO COREO

these side attractions. In any event brace them for the remainder of the

4 it has proved a good advertising me- performance. Women began to assemble I
dium for Dade at the entrance to Covent Gar-
county.An Feb. 25th and 26th
den at four o'clock in the morning and -
o- For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a .
sat chairs
on and ate sandwiches
aerial camp -
ferry boat line, to be es-
tablished in New York soon, will afford until the doors opened in the af- full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good forceof
ternoon. In fact acted :
a greater number of they nearly
people than '
have heretofore been so favored, an as crazy as the Americans do when competent repair men. All our work is absolutely r

opportunity to toy with disaster. Theboats they wish to see a game of base ball. guaranteed.

will carry ten passengerssoit * Included in the Demonstration

will be a ten to one shot as compared Orlando has her Mid-Winter Fair, ?

with ordinary flying. But there Pensacola has her Mardi Gras, Tam-

will be no lack of patronage. Grim pa has her Gasparilla, Tarpon Springs THE PALMS AUTO CO Being the Newest Spring

death has no attractions, but flirting her Greek church celebration, Miami I

i, with the monster seems to possessirresistible her Sub-Tropical Exposition, Jacksonville
allurements. her Confederate Veterans Reunion I FULLER & FOX, Proprietors. Conceptions From

o St. Petersburg her daily sun- :

s_ Becker says that the death house i in shine and airship excursions, while 4 f tniiiiiaiiHiiiimmitMMit mfliMiiiHmii f .

Sing :Sing is no place for a cheerful

f man to live. He wants out. By the ------ .. ,

court of appeals reversal of the verdict

c in his case it seems likely that tI, New York .

he will escape the death penalty and ,,

that he will be tried no more. Astern I

hope has sustained him from II .*: .

the first, and this may be cited as an

instance of how well it pays to keep ,

up courage in the face of the most Paris
disheartening circumstances. ODD PIECES .

uselul when it to the table attractively
Commodore Roome in :Miami has are so comes setting

had a terrible time in getting his t \Ve can offer you innumerable suggestions '

name registered because he could get ; in
no authentic information as to where and the Riviera
., .
he should register. If everybody was :- Beautiful Cut Glassthat -7. .

as anxious to register as the commodore

we would have no trouble in will give your table an air of elegance and refinement .

registering a full vote. Pity that and add prestige to your reputation as a .

when a man is so much in earnest to hostess.
do his duty that he should be thwarted
Every housekeeper knows the value spot-
by those who
are charged with less linen gleaming silver sparkling cut glass. Dainty ;
carrying out the intent of the law.
o ,; : service is of greater importance than good cooking.T.H.Evans .

The appointment of W. S. West, of .
Valdosta, Ga., to succeed Senator Ba-

con will be heartily approved'in Flor- .. : ,M> ; : ur Mail r r Deparlifieni
ida, where Mr. West has numerous
friends. lIe has been materially interested -
in this state for many years I Is a great help to our out ol town customers, T
and has relatives in
Jacksonville and make use of it whenever you can. Samples on infor- J
elsewhere in Florida whom he has
visited frequently. By this means he mation cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.

has become well acquainted with Write for one ol our illustrated mail order cata

3r.A Florida and knows of its advantages: the JewelerOPPOSITE logues.Ve invite comparison values.

and problems. It is of obvious ad-

vantage to have bther representatives; t ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

in congress than our own who have an

understanding of conditions in this POSTOFFICE

state. It rather logically follows that Orange e Ave. Orlando n
Mr. West will stand for election to .
the regular term after having served EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

the interim, and being a strong man I
it is likely that he will be elected. .tlllllll llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllj. iti

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Pure Candy is More Than a | FAVORITE THEATRE UNITY-CHAPEL. (fI- -JI9I

| ROBINSON & STARKEY, Mana&crol:
The Unitarians had a pleasant}
Mere Pleasure. Here's Why. gathering in their
Open 9 a. m. to 10:30 P. M. Ii | chapel yesterday, .
and among the sixty guests present,
Admission 5 cents .
01 course, hundreds of people all over the coun- i t I fifteen states were represented. Mrs. '
D I GDQI (JD QDQti JD d Mahlon Gore voiced a cordial wel-
try eat Candy just because they like Candy just to
Eclair. "Cynthy." A 2-reel com- come to the visitors, among whom

satisfy that desire for something sweet--and you al- edy-drama. After being buffeted was Rev. Florence Kollock Hooker,

so have done the same thing many times.If about the world little Cynthy finds a a noted minister from Boston, who

home in the West. She falls in love gave a most entertaining talk. Rev.

we can convince you that pure candy is with a bad man. She is used as a Eleanor Gordon spoke interestingly
healthful really beneficial from a food stand. blind for his evil deeds. Discoveringher of the work being carried on here, /

mistake the girls heart breaks Irs. P. Phillips played a beautiful I ..
then realize that is well
you'll -
point, why your money
and she seeks refuge in a convent. Chopin nocturne, and Mrs. Newton

spent when you buy Candy from our large assortment Featured by Miss Barbara Tennant. Mrs. Hoskins, Miss' O'Brien and Miss I

Frontier. "On Forbidden Paths." Holcomb each made short talks.
A Mexican romance.JIETIIODIST. i Tea and wafers, prepared by Mrs. I 1

Laubach and Mrs. Lawrence Watson, I II U Ucan

were served by Misses Hainer, Bor
LADIES GIVE MARTHA man, O'Brien and Walker.LADIES' .

BUTT'S KANDY KITCHEN t tThe WASHINGTON TEA If you want a watch that you

I ORCHESTRA AT LUCERNE be proud of-carry: a
The "Martha Washington Tea" I
'.4 given by the Ladies' Aid Society of WalthamWatchThe
; home of pure home-made, Candies,
the Methodist church at the home of
Chicago Ladies' Orchestra gavea Waltham has been awarded
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Giles yesterday concert which was a credit to their highest honors at Interna-
Orange Avenue afternoon was a great success, and a ability and a joy to the audience last tional Exposition and has taken

large silver offering was given for in the
night Lucerne theater. every Gold Medal offered in

\ the organ fund. Owing to the stormy weather which America since 1875.
Little Miss Adelina Giles, in a prevailed a number who were antici- "Ifs Time You Owed a Wdiham?

quaint and charming colonial cos- pating this musical event were un- poa't buy a watch before talks
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Waite, of Du- tume, met the guests upon their arrival able to attend. However, the audi- ing with us. Complete assort
cent of Waltham Watciea in all
luth, Minn., have arrived in Orlandoon and Mrs. Giles, :Mrs. Altha, ence made up for its size in appre- grades.

a visit and are pleasantly quar- Mrs. Hammond and Mrs. Thomas, ciation, and the several numbers were

THE ORLANDO TUNER, FLA. tered at the San Juan. also attired in the attractive fashionof warmly applauded. The..ensemble U Allen & Co.

colonial dames, served light re- numbers were rendered with precisionand ,

Mrs. J .H. Bethel and Miss May F. freshments. accuracy. Among them may be JEWELERS

. Bethel, of 'Philadelphia, Pa., arrivedin During the afternoon a delightful mentioned the Lutspiel Overture, selection I

John H. Carey and wife, of Balti- Orlando yesterday and are regis- program was given, including several from II Trovatore, and the Everything Guaranteed.

more, are in the city visiting their tered at the San Juan. recitations by Miss L'Hommodieu, final number, a fantasie on "Home, Reliable Repairing. '

cousin, George Carey, on Lake Leora. and musical numbers by Mrs. Thompson Sweet Home." This last illustrated

Mr. R. D. Kuchner, wife and son, Mrs. James Magruder, and Misses the interpretation of this theme in the

Master Jack, and Miss Wolf, have Eliza Wright, Susie Magruder and various countries, and ended in the
Wm. and wife of
Schmiedeskamp ,
arrived here to spend the next sev- Johnnie Smith.SERVICES modern way of rendering it in America
Quincy, III, arrived Tuesday and will
eral days. Their home is in
Freeport, "Home, Sweet Home" played in
spend the season at Oak Lodge, East
Ill. AT ST. LUKE'S CA ragtime.The .
Church street. ((6- d]
THEDRALThe individual numbers, consistingof CIar
Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Baker, who vocal, violin' cornet solos and read-
Mrs. Jas. C. Patterson will arrive live in Park N. J. in
Asbury are three Ash Wednesday servicesat lings, were excellent An amusing

this afternoon! from Asheville, N. C., Orlando, having arrived yesterday. St. Luke's Cathedral yesterdaywere feature, and one which was greatly " " " " " " " " " " "

where he has been for the past two They plan to make a visit of several each well attended, some three applauded, was a burlesque on the "lrir

weeks with his son George, who is a weeks before returning North. dozen or more of earnest worshippers conventional method of conducting an
student at Asheville school.
gathering for the quiet early cele orchestra.
Mr. and Mrs. Borman the house
bration of the Holy Communion, anda
Mrs. M. F. Martin and son, Chas. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon Gore, larger number present later. FUNERAL OF LITTLE ALMA .

Melbourne Fla. who have have returned from a two days visitto .
Martin, of Two excellent and helpful sermons STRICKLAND nsuIrincer
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. Belsh, Tampa, where Mr., Borman attended were given, Rev. Herbert Cary-Elwes .
the of the .
at 1100 DeLaney street, and takingin meeting Shriners.Mr. preaching in the morning, and Rev. The body of little Alma, daughter :

the fair, returned home yesterday.Mrs. Henry R. Remsen in the evening.In of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. J. Strickland, :

Martin is Mrs. Belch's mother. and Mrs. E. B. Spaulding are addition to his other labors for : ormer residents of Orlando, was
stopping a few days in the city, en
the day, Rev. Mr. Remsen officiatedfor brought to this city last night from :
route from Palm Beach to their homein
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Nelson and his first Orlando marriage, a cou- Defray, and will be interred in the : -

daughter, Mrs. W. McHenry, of Wav- Sioux City, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. ple seeking his services early in the city cemetery this morning. : s. : \v.A-
Spaulding are of Mr. and Mrs. -
erly, Iowa, who have been spendingthe Mahlon Gore. afternoon. From the date of his ar- I

past four weeks in Orlando, rival in Orlando just a month ago, YOUR PRINTING

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Phil- Rev. Mr. Remsen has undertaken the
Mr. and Mrs. M. Stowell and Miss Look through your desk and see if : Phone 17211111'llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllt
Gould left
lips, 212 street, yesterdayfor manifold duties awaiting him here
Martha M. of there is not some stationery of which :
N. Y.
a short visit to St. Petersburg. Stowell, Oswego, with earnest, efficient zeal and devo- you are in need. If there is, phoneus

They will return to Orlando before who are enjoying a Southern trip, tion, both Mrs. Remsen and himself at 24 and we will call, get your
going North. are in Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. Stow receiving cordial welcome from their order and do the work promptly and

ell are visiting their daughter, Mrs.C. at the lowest price consistent with ___ __ _ _____
A. Central new parishioners. high grade work. It will receive our
Mr. and Mrs. Alex B. Sharpe, who Carpenter, 504 East ; best attention. Sentinel, Court street. MMMIMMflmiMIIMMtilliMi 1111111111111111.OleoInargerine ,.

have been visiting their aunt, Mrs. avenue. j I II I! MR. AND MRS. SHINN ENTERTAIN -

.J as. C. Patterson, on Lucerne Circle, Mrs. J. L. Jenks and Mrs. J. J. INFORMALLYMr. WILL MAKE ADDRESS ON BUILDING -

for the past week;left yesterday for Becker, after a very delightful stayof AND LOAN

their home at Steubenville, Ohio. Mr. several weeks in Orlando, leave and Mrs. George Shinn, livingon -

Sharpe is in the iron manufacturing today for their home in Millerton, Amelia avenue, entertained a few Mr. E. L. Kessler, of Charlotte, Try Purity Brand.

business and owns extensive foundries N. Y. They go by way of St. Augus- friends informally and very pleasantly N. C., president of the North Carolina

'I in the Ohio valley. He, with tine where they will stop for several last evening in honor of their Building & Loan league, will The Best on the

Mrs. Sharpe, is making a tour of the days viewing places of interest in the house guest, Mr. G. L. Gable, of Trenton address a mass meeting at the Tea

Southern States. Ancient City before proceeding home- N. J. and Rest Room the evening of Feb- Market. \ u t nne

ward. Their new formed friends in Some exquisite roses and maidenhair ruary 26, at 8 o'clock, on the advan-
Among yesterday's arrivals at the Orlando hope to see them again an- tages of belonging to a building and
ferns formed the attractive dec- Shoe Polish 3 in 1. We
Orland hotel were: Mr. and Mrs. A. other season. loan association. Mr. Kessler
orations, and after the games, deli- comes
Ehret, of Canton, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. cious cake, orange ade and bonbonswere at the invitation of the Orlando Mu- have it.

Frank Miller, of Lafayette, Ind.; Mr. ATEX-SUNDAY enjoyed. tual Building and Loan association.

and Mrs. S. W. .Bennett, of Sigourney Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Ladies are especially invited to be
La.; Mrs. M. J. Gillies, Mrs. J. Educator Toilet Soap Makes the
Mrs. Sallie M. Aten and Mr. Jo- Nathan, Mr. and Mrs. Lege, Miss present.
C. KeemanJ; Miss Margaret Keeman,
seph J. Sunday were married at the Hester Nathan and Miss Helen Lock- Skin Soft and White.
Toronto, Canada; Mrs. W. E. Schutt,
TYPEWRITERS cleaned and
wood. repaired -
home of the bride at Pine Castle
Mr. and Mrr. E. M. Schutt, Cleveland, yesterday ; 26 years experience; 11
Ohio; J. L Wright, Marion, Ind.; afternoon at 3 oclock by Rev. year ..in Florida. D. C. Baldwin, of
Dr. J. E. Wray. The contracting par- TANGO TEA AT ROSALIND CLUB Jacksonville, now at the Glenwood
fan Vakenberg, I. B. Miller,
of Spencer, Ohio. ties have been friends for many TODAY House, city. 2-25-3t THE SANITARY GROCERY

years, and the event of yesterday -

signalized the consummation of that A "tango tea" has been announced Eat what you want.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Morrow are in Eat all want. CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
friendship into closer and holier this you
a for afternoon the
by hospitality
the city for the remainder of the sea- Take a postscript and forget it.
relation. The bride has lived at Pine committee of the Rosalind and the .
son and have rooms with Miss McKee For sale by all durggists. 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
Castle for many years and owns one event, which was postponed from last l7d&wlyrOSTEOPATHY
Their home is on the shores of
of the most valuable groves of that Thursday, has been eagerly anticipated
Lake Pepin, lit Lake City, Minn., but I
rich section. Mr. Sunday is from Mt. by those so fortunate as to
they are glad they are not at home CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
Pleasant, Fla., where the bride spent have received cards to the pretty af- i
at the Northwest is
just in the present grip of, as blizzards and high her girlhood. She is an aunt of Mr.S. fair. DR. J. C .HOWELL ... : _" , ... ..

S. Griffin of Orlando who with n ---- -- -
water. Mr. and Mrs. Morrow are Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointment
his family attended the marriage. FOR SALE-At a bargan, if takenat
friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Branch No extra charge for house treatment
Only a few other friends and rela- once: One two-chair barber
and have spent many winters in Flor- shop, known as the "0. K.," at 203 Telephone connections
tives witnessed the ceremony. The Office Orange and Central Aves. I I
ida. Boone street, doing good business; cor. Special Bargains
couple will make their home at Pine 10 acres good land just outside city .

Rev. Dr. Joseph IL Crooker, od Castle. limits, 125 _bearing orange_ trees, LUTHER THE FLORISTCut
grapefruit, tangerines, mandarines,
Boston, has joined his wife, Rev. Flor- and two large pecan trees; four room Flowers

ence Kollock Crooker, who has been REDUCTION SALE of Japanese house, new barn, good horse and rig,

at the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. hand embroidered and hand paintedsilk farming implements. This place is ROSES, VIOLETS, -Four Passenger Cadillac $350
located near Clear lake. Owner wantsto
Kollock, on Concord avenue, for the gauze dress patterns, prettierand sell on account of health. Address CARNATIONS PANSIES

past week. Dr. Crooker is presidentof more durable than chiffon, just Hugh S. Miller, Orlando, or call at 1-Five Passenger Hudson $500

the National Unitarian Temperance the thing for the new draperies. 203 Boone street. 2-25-tf POTTED PLANTS

Association; is a pulpit oratorof Woman's Exchange, Monday, March
marked ability; the author of sev- 2nd to March 6th. '2263tI W. T. ENTRICAN, These cars are in good shape, good

eral religious and educational works, I Try us when you need printing. No Offers to Orlando the newest and best
.of workmanship in the painting and tires and ready to run.
Good Wood $1.50
and a well known lecturer on literary job too large or small. decorating trade. Phone 636.

and philanthropic subjects. lie is : 1-21-lm !
Better Wood S2 and $2.25
looking the state over with a view of Take your repairing to Warman on

obtaining a winter home away from Court street 125tfW. NOTICE TO METHODIST CRADLE I Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75 San Juan Garage Co.

the rigors of a New England winter, ROLL

and can not fail to be favorably impressed I This won't last long,

with the beauty and progressive T. ENTRICAN, All mothers of the Methodist Cra- All Night ServiceAJAX
Painter and interior decorator. New Stock up while you can.
. spirit of Orlando. \
dle Roll are requested by the depart-
ideas and old ones, too. Fhone 636
Expert workmen employed.Eat ment superintendent to be at the bandstand I i

TEN YEARS IN ORLANDO on Orange avenue with their i i Orlando Wood Yard TIRES don't cost any more and are guar-
Chiropodist for both men and ,
wo. babies Thursday afternoon at 2:30
men. Manicure, pedicure, face and' what you want. 104W. Pine St. anteed for five thousand miles.
o'clock to have made.
a photograph
Eat all want.
scalp massage. Feet a specialty. L. you
J. Mustard 117 Orange avenue, over Take a postscript and forget it. MRS. H. F. SANDERS, B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor

i Curtis & O'Neal's store. Tim For sale by all druggists.17dw.lyr, Supt. Cradle Roll r .


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liiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiimiiiimiiiMiiI $1,000 Buys a five-room house and FOR SALE-Bargains in improvedand IMIiilMIIMtlllMiMHillllllllMMtMHimitMH
rQ lot within one block of Lake Eola. unimproved land. See S. S. l
7 J See Frank Soper, Room 3, McNeill & Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2-26-wlm

: Davis Bldg. 2-18-10t DASHEENS. : 5 {

FOR SALE-Bicycle for sale, or will The South's substitute for the Irish :
exchange for second hand buggy.M. potato. Very productive. More _
W. Heatherington, R. F. D. No. 2, yields up to 500 bushels per acre. En-
New ArrivalsRatines Orlando. 2-22-14 dorsed by the Agricultural Department : California BungalowsFine
Washington, D. C. Now is the
FOR SALE time to plant. For seed apply to :
P. F. LAUBACH, Location. Large Lot iii

Eponges, Crepes, Poplins, Terry Six hundred acres timber land, and Orlando, Fia. : .
ten with two milesof
orange grove left sell
; I Cloth, Lawns in the latest colors. Ladies lake shore, near Winter Garden, FOR RENT : Only one
one of the greatest trucking and I in less than months.
Four built and sold 3
:; Home Journal Patterns at citrus centers of Florida. The orange FOR RENT-5-room house, partly :
crop will pay interest on the whole furnished. See Frank Soper, Room I
offered in Orlando
I investment. Terms. S. S. Griffin, 3, McNeill & Davis Bide. 2-18-10t : Best values ever
;I owner, Orlando, Fla. 2-5
McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT FOR RENT-Large attractive room Price $2 750
FOR SALE in-new bungalow. 203 Ridgewoodavenue.

An modern home four bed- : 2-4 tf
; Inspect No. 5 today.An .
I STORE rooms; two bath rooms; gas and elec-
tricity throughout; fruit trees and FURNISHED ROOMS in a new mod-
flowers. 509 East Central avenue. ern home, with kitchenette if de ideal all year round home-at a low price.

i 128 S. Orange Ave. 2-15-tf sired. Apply 14 East Amelia, next
n door to Wyoming. 2-24-3t

: THIRTY ACRES, high, fine round
timber; cut over once; three acres FOR RENT-Large, well furnished!I FRED. B. DALE Owner '
cleared and planted in orange and 1 room to persons wishing suburban I ,
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
i ItMMIMMMIMIIiHMiMHMIMIHIIIIIIHIMADIEU quarter from Ocoee. $800. A.M.: nity for right person. Address "A," _
Clarke Ocoee Fla. 1-28-tf Sentinel. 9-8tf
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TO ORLANDO Work is said to be progressing rap-r

Y idly on the handsome new undertaking MHMIMHHIMtMtlHIMHHIIIHIIIIIIHHMMIMSee ... ---
Adieu, 0 "City Beautiful," establishment being erected in I .
We leave thee with regret; I .-
But we'll take Jacksonville for Moulton & Kyle. The :
thy memory with us, :
For we can not soon forget establishment will be modem in every : Corner .
I Thy well-kept streets with friendly detail." I MILLINERY OPENING POSTPONED
shade I II I I.
T 9! stately trees befrin ed with ,
? moss, FOR SALE ,-** Lake and Anderson Wednesday and ThursdayMarch
ID*al! palms that in the breeze I
The ? 20 crei located three miles from : .
Their graceful fern-like branches City on proposed brick road; eight 4th and 5th
.. toss .,.,. I acres bearing grove; two acres ,
-i :.V cleared and ten acres timber; four StreetsHtMIMHMHHimHIIMimilHMIIIHH
e Thy beauteous lakes, room cottage. Price $3,500. The public cordially invited.
Bright sparkling gems sapphirehue
25 acres four miles from city; ten
in four hundred bearing .
acres grove
The silvery clouds that float above ; " '"
and two hundred threeyearold .
orange .
Against a sky of loveliest blue. KSSESIMLM&D1IMAgents
trees twelve
grapefruit ; acres
The white the water
snow swans on I
fruit land and three acres, garden
smooth land and barn located SEE H. H. WITHERINGTON'for a' FOR RENT FURNISHED-A pleas-
Float gently 'round, now far, now ; cottage on three blocks from
lake front. Price $5,000. bargain in a winter home at Apopka,II ant bed room,
F near, Orange county, Florida. the court house. No children. Applyat
a The little wild ducks gaily swim 70 acres choice fruit and vegetableland -13-6t-ltw Sentinel office. 2-25-tf
E With never a thought of fear. ; three and one-half miles from FOR RENT-Furnished dwelling, 7 for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's
city. $30
Thy sunsets, Ah! such wondrous tints Five-room cottage per and acre.lot one hun- FOR SALE-600 acres of high grade rooms with bath and extra toilet on I I
Of amethyst and pink and gold, I dred by four hundred feet; located on citrus land; 2 miles facing Orlandoand first floor; 210 Ridgewood avenue. Patterns
have to return north. Call to see me
Of their splendid wealth and beauty main highway leading out of city. Oakland brick road, and 21-2 r
"Not half has ever been told." Price $2,000.Five miles on lake shore. S. S. Griffin, I Ii
The ever-changing, gorgeous clouds, acres of bearing orange grove, Orlando, Fla. HOUSE FOR RENT-Six rooms,
i modern; located at 311 N. Orange '
Seem glorious to me, well located. Price $2,000.
While I wonder if Heaven's very 140 acres overlooking a beautiful FOR EXCHANGE I avenue. Call at 311 N. Orange ave- "r cif imillltl*
gates lake, one and one-fourth miles from 160-acre farm in southern Kansas nue. iHiltlMIMM
More beautiful can be. railroad station and packing house; half under plow, balance pasture all and HomeseekersATTENTION
Y 20 acres bearing orange grove con- fenced; best of soft water within 15 THE ST. JAMES, 308 West street. Real Estate Agents, Investors
Thy Sabbaths! 0, such hallowed days taining fourteen hundred trees. The to 20 feet of surface; house and 2 Rooms, $3.50 to $5.00 per week.
In cities nowhere seldom seen, remaining land is high grade fruit wells, wind mill; close to good school; I large verandas. Everything new !
We bow in reverence to thy laws and garden soil. Price $12,000. six miles of county seat and two oth- and modern. 2-22-lw
!. That keep them sweet and clean. 2,000 acres choice fruit land, well er railroad towns; title perfect. Wm.L I offer for $1,900 two. tory, six-room cottage, with
Thy churches, crowded to the doors, located. Can be had at a bargain.J. Coryell, 201 Concord avenue, Or- ATTENTION, HOMESEEKERSA and shed. .Located at 307 West street, north
} Need naught of praise from my E. CRAWFORD, lando. 2-25-lw pretty htrae on Conway clay rose house Lot 40x117. Also
:1 poor pen, Office Over Blue Drug Store, road; choice land, at bargain price. Close in; near park and Lake Eola.
God held their priests to preach His 117 South Orange Ave. Phone 404, See R. B. Perry, at Water Works. six.room bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special
Word, Orlando, Florida. FOR SALE 2-15-10t heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy base.
To help the souls of men. 220tfPEOPLE'S Forty-acre farm, located near Con- and sealed suitable for laundry or
-- ment wainscoated ,
--- -. way. Most all under ,cultivation. MISCELLANEOUS ,
F Adieu, 0 "City Beautiful," Good soil. Public road on two sides. furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery.
We leave thee with regret. WANTS Lake on one comer. Seven acres of ESTRAYED-From Lake Conway, a House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These
t Good-bye to all the pleasures, orange and grapefruit trees, all in dark bay mare, thick set, western connect at the corners, with rose house between. 1
And the many friends we've met. fine condition. Well fenced. branded, about eight years old, scar lots dealer's commission.
We wish thee peace, prosperity., Also, lots, two minutes walk off on right shoulder, recently clipped. offer the whole for $3,800 and allow
And wherever we may go, MUNNIMAKERS Orange avenue, filled with fruit trees. Reward. M. Scott, Box 711, Orlando Open to all.
; We'll speak in praise of the pleasant Notices of Lost Wanted For Sale, For Apply to W. H. Hazlett, 614 N. Or- Fla. 2-22-4t I
days Bent et&. for this column 25e for one day. ange avenue, Orlando, Fla. 2-18-lw WANTED-An experienced Japanesecook E. N. COY
We've spent in Orlando. SOc for three days, or $1.00 for one week, for
25 words or leu. Money must accempan would like position in private
MRS. GEO. E. WOODRUFF. the advertisements far this column as DO family. Inquire at Sentinel office. 3(7 West St., Norlh,0rlamlo
Bayonne N. FOR SALE
Y. insertions will be made on credit. 2-15-10t
Pure Georgia cane syrup, in any
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FOR SALE quantity. Also Georgia seed peanutsof WANTED-Ladies to bring those filii 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111
Thursday a car of cabbage was early and late varieties. Will havein combings to us. Don't destroy
shipped from Fulford and the following FOR SALE-Good cypress row boat few days variety of seed corn; also them. We will make what you want.
i, day a car of tomatoes left for sale. In good condition. Apply Georgia smoked meat in hams, mid- Come and see our stock and examineour
510 S. DeLaney street. 2-14-t dlings and shoulders. Headquartersat work. We invite inspection. If :
W. R. King's, 47 West Church you haven't the hair we supply it.
Thomas Criggal, an old citizen oft ;]j I FOR SALE OR RENT-House furnished street, the cheap cash grocer. Our stock is genuine. We make ev- Subrth u t Iiw r t Selittuel l

: Sanford, died... a few days ago, follow or unfurnished. Also two Yours with thanks, erything to order. Will pay cash for
ing an attack of apoplexy. I I lots for sale. Apply to Mrs. McDade, "The Georgia :Man" combings. Nickolas & Nickolas, 305
I 307 Broadway. 2-20-lw, 2-13-tf W. E. POWELL. Garland avenue. 2-19-dw-lm

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100 Rooms AMERICAN OR EUROPEAN New and ModernHectnc .

i 1 Elevator Steam Heat,B.tb-H.t and Cold Water la Each Room ;
THE MUSICAL EVENT OF THE SEASON Cut Rates to January I, 1915! \

Meals, 50c.
Rooms [one) S1.00perday. Rooms (two) S1.50per day. by the week$3.50.
-AT THE- $6,00 per week. $8.00 per week. BMcak and Room the
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Wednesday, Feb. 25 *

Today's Program atEIGHT !




"\,,.r \ I "Son of T Thomas Gray"

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

/ "The Sacrifice""Sorority

Prices 25c, oOc. 75cMiiillimMilMiMiiiMiM Initiation':

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APOPKA ITEMS Ladies' hair dressing, massage, NICE HOME VMl SALEA I iiimmiMtiiMiiitiimtimiiiittMiHHitMiitii

shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber Bargain for Som Person City Homes For Sale I
New house in
good repair, paintedand
Mrs. Formie Taylor and little Shop. 1-2-tf
papered, piazza and one screened.
daughter, Mary D., who have been Five acres in the lot. Young orange THE MARKETOf
Modern house
the guests for some days of her aunt, Miss Dye, the art teacher at the and grapefruit grove of 325 trees $3300 NEW.- Two seven-room screened porches,,
Mrs. S. W. Stewart, left Monday for just coming into bearing. 100 peach
Cathedral school, announces that instruction trees 8 Corner lot. Well screned. Elec-
Japanese persimmon trees
Tampa, where they will visit other tric fixtures, gas range, and Cleanliness Of
in her department is open 'I roses and shrubs in front yard. Good QualityFRESH j
shades to all windows. Close in.
relatives before returning to her water. Situated
to the general public as well as to on clay road to Pine A i
genuine bargain.
Castle, Drennen Station. Also
home in Milltown, Ga. near
members of the school. Arrange- 10 acres on the clay road, suitablefor $3300; -Within one block of Lake Lu- AND SALT MEATS
Mrs. Mary Byars returned Monday ments may be made for instruction in orange and grapefruit trees or cerne. Fine modern home seven

evening from St. Petersburg, where I art jewelry, including elementarywork gardening. Any one wanting a Flor- rooms. FURNISHED. Lot 60x FISH AND GAME
she had spent the past week. Her in silver, copper and brass. ida home will do well to call at "Mas- 310-29 choice budded fouryearold -

daughter, Mrs. J. E. Willoughby, and Terms seventy-five cents,an hour tf I sachusetts Villa." A. D. TURNER. xRhode trees.Island God Red garden.chickens Fifty fine included Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

two little daughters, who accompanied -I in sale. Do not overlook
Everything screened away from the flies, and kept. fresh
her to St. Petersburg, have returned -

to their home in Wilmington, $3730-Completely furnished home. and pure.
t N. C. To the West and NorthwestVIA Modern in every respect. Rent-
ed till November 1st at $60 per We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
W. L Pannell made a business tripto month. Income is 19 per cent on
the investment and will havea everything in the Meat Line.
Orlando last Monday to look after you
home next winter when
his goods which were displayed at you
the midwinter fair.D. ,
block from Lake Lu- The PARLOR MARKETH.
W. Clark made a business tripto cerne. Modern seven-room
Kissimmee last Monday. house. Lot 68x332. Choice bud-

Charley McClure came in Monday Dixie Dixie ded fruit. Exclusive neighbor-
LlDuted. Flyer.Lv SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED hood. M. Self & Co.
night from Sanford and reports that Orlando A. C. L..12:31am 3:13pm Lv Orlando ........................ 3:13pm .
he has done well this season with his r Jacksonville, A. C. 1..... 6(5 am 'l:30 pm r Jacksonville ..................... 'l:30 pm
Lv Jacksonville, A. C. L... 9:35am 8:25pm v Jacksonville A. C. 1. ........... 8:15pm PINE STREET
lettuce crop and is now planting cu Lv Wayeross, A. C. L..llS0am 10:25 pm v Wayeross, A. C. 1.. .............10:20pm Cooper $ Atha
cumbers. Ar :Macon, G. S. F....... 5:13 pm 4:15 am Az Macon, G. S. F. .............. 3:(6 am
Az Atlanta, C. of Ga....... 8:03pm 'l:25am Ar Atlanta, C. of Ga. .............. 'l:12am Phone No. 80IIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIM
Mrs. Haley has purchased a beau- Az Knoxville, L &N. .............12:19 pm 114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor
Ar Chattanooga W. A..12:1S am 11:55 am Ar Corbin, L. N. ................ 3:161>m
tiful building lot on Central avenue Az Nashville. N. C. St. L 4:50 am 4:30 pm At Louisville I. N. .............. 9:00 pm Phone No. 311

from W. H. Brokaw, and will beginat Ar St. Louis L C."I."N. %:50 pm 'l:20 am Ar Indianapolis Pa. I. ............ 1:50 am
erection of house. Ar Lexington, L. & N. ............ 6bu pm
the a new
once Az Hopkinsville L. N........... 6:27 pm Ar Cincinanti I. & N. ............. 8:50 pm
\ J. F. Briggs has begun to erect a Az Evansville L N..... 9:28 am 9:25 pm Az Kalamazoo G. R. L ..........12:2Opm
two story building on his lot on Sec ''Ar Terre Haute, C. E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am Ar Grand Rapids, G. R. L ....... 2:45pm IHIIIIIMIHIIIIIIIHmillllllllllllllllllHIMMIIIinilllllllll 1111111111111"*
ond street between Park and Central 1M: Chicago C. E. L..... 6:50pm 6:50am ,Ar Cleveland, Big Four ............. '1:15am ,

T. Wilson has gone to Birmingham Solid train, composed of section drawingroom Solid train, composed of electric lighted

Ala., where he is interested in cars and sleeping.dining cars car,, between observation Jacksonville compartment and drawing-room Pullman sleeping; car and coaches W. M. SLEMON /
making some real estate investments. Chicago, and section drawing-room sleepingar I between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and $
Last Monday was a legal holiday between Jacksonville and St. Louis. I Jacksonville, Louisville ana Indianapolis:
DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
and the State bank was closed all
Solid train, carrying electric lighted com- Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between
artment, observation sleepers, and electlic Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondaysand
day.Mr.. and Mrs. George Roberts have ighted section drawing-room sleepers. First- Thursdays of each week. Dining car
lass coaches and smoking car. Dining car '
t returned to their home in St. Peters- erves meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati. New Goods Arriving Daily

brother, Mr. G. Harod, and wife here. T --- -
.. after pleasant visit to
ti burg a W. $. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent.
Mr. and family of James-
Hulquist ,
Atlantic Coast Line, OrlandoitHMItltMtllMMMttiMIIMIiitlHtililtmtllilH
town, N. Y., have returned to their
home after spending the winter here. ;;:---

The citizens of Apopka were high-
ly pleased with the display of fruits, We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

vegetables and other products that made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
were placed on exhibition from this
t community at the midwinter fair last Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.

week. Much credit is due to Mr. Pants and'Overalls made by Sweet,.Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co. '
Frank H. Davis and Mr. N. P. Newell,

who were in charge of the display, & Co. Best place in the city to trade.
as well as several others from here S .
who volunteered to assist in makingthe .

1 Apopka booth one of the attract-

'ive-spots of the fair grounds.W. .



Makes a specialty of painting, paper- : ORANGE AVENUE
ing, refinishing floors, furniture, etc.
The Olive Oil we sell is guaranteedto
Phone 636. 121.1m :

be absolutely pure, of Virgin Qual 'IIIIIIIIIIIII'I'JIIII'I'IIII'III'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII111 111111111111111111,.
and is made from Selected Olives
You are required by section 4 of .
the state law governing the assess- : grown on the Italian Riviera. Thisis
ment and collection of taxes in this I
city, to make your returns by March t the finest grade of Olive Oil possi-
1st of each year. The act reads: : .m'mmm'm"'mml : ;r.I: I'IMMMMMMMMMMMMI

I able owning"All by persons real the or city, personal corporations are hereby property and required firms tax- I:I ommended ble to produce for, medicinal therefore highly and tableuse. rec- ' iMMMMMMHHHMiMfOrletn.d.0

to make return of the same to the I 1111111111111111I
assessor before the first day of March :

of each year." S Per Pint, 50 cents.
The returns shall contain a complete -
list and description of all tax-\ Per Quart, $1.00. : -
able ,property belonging to such per-!
son, corporation or firm on the first I Per Gallon, $3.50. :. I
day of January in the year for which I
the return is made, together with the II ill i
full cash value of each item thereof, Water & Light Co.
of each "
including the full cash value ; : ;
piece of real estate."
If the names of owners are not I .
1i known all real estate will be-assessed _r ,- ElectricityGas
to and personal '
owner, ,' : !-
property will be assessed in a lump I ::: {Z : r C' ;5

as "personal property," according to ':' Water Ice
the best information obtainable. -
..,. -
I -
If returns are not made some .
guess work will have to be indulgedin
by the assessor. Better save future \

trouble. A. BOONE by making, City returns Assessor.now.C. Office:--No. [18 West Central Avenue

DeLaney & AbernethyDRUGGISTS F

There's a reason why you should Telephone !No. 6
advertise in the SentineL And that :

reason is-it roduces results. .


on Court fitreel 12-5-tf till 11111 1I111 11111 I'11111 11111 11111 11111 III I'I"I'I



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5 'ginilimiliiiliiillMi JlillliilMMM* TO THE MEMBERS OF THE ' t Nli I I''I'I tl 't, 0 t ,r.la .

Now that the-LEAGUE new- express =======

4'F are in full operation, the .. =----
Growers and Shippers League =-----
to obtain definite information -=-
i the effect of these --
TUE STATE RNKOfORLANDO'J shipments now going out by ViSIITOTtVS( (
from various points in Florida. .
is impossible for anyone to pass
the justice or injustice of the : \ Residents:
until we have a considerable
. of data. !
A number of shippers in ; Lode your vohmbles in our vault =
parts of the State have been I

: .to for keep a period records of ten on days their and to ''I : ) ;; :ilk; 1'Yir, wo} will] ears for: R

mit the results to this Lea
.. LONG ESTABLISHED I : :for willi
i** SArE.CONSERVAnvt.ACCONMOCATING that we may accumulate i you x
data from which to determine
1 effects of the changes, and if I l10U :charge .
4 I
t s r.
sary later to use the
The Number of Robberies at an Interstate Commerce :i : .
The manager of the League
the co-operation of other !
? shows how important it is to place your valuables this work. Will :
same you
beyond the reach of theft. send to the League a statement I I : .13 A .
ering certain information about \ 9/j %
Our vault gives you the best protection-it is shipments of fruits and! )( 1 jlJ..} W'
... .;: .'UJ ( FI
f t not only Burglar Proof but Fire Proof made during this specified I iro
We do not want the ;
c -- Safe Deposit Boxes for rent $1.00 and up per lected because the rates entire'N I SE1WEYOU"!

year. be higher or lower in that I
I case; we must have data on
I shipment handled during the .
days. The following information '

i i.y tr, I THE STATE BANKOFORLANDO jJ ering 1. The each date shipment of the should be I i I, t

2. The number and size i
boxes or crates in each I II
I shipped.3. The kind of fruits or !i : tat(B 3 1l))( } ositery[( n

4. Estimated weight of the i
ment =-======
I =
, 5. The point to which the ---
6. The amount charged for
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This will mean some work I! i I I mI{ !. I I' { 'ri'' till ,
WITH SUDDEN ATTACK I II 11, It RI I I Jft l t h =p' .u I I I= i tl I I 9 -
part of the individuals i !
Will Be in Perfect Readiness for Pre- this information. If a large .
City Clerk Carl Jansen was taken sentation,Friday Night of shippers will co-operate I! many re- ASH" WEDNESDAY SERVICES AT PETER PAN SEAT SALE OPENS
suddenly ill yesterday morning withan League in this matter, : been in- CATHOLIC CHURCH TODAY
attack of acute indigestion. He Miss J. Pearle Rogers states to the will secure an invaluable I box lots Yesterday being Ash Wednesday,
somewhat recovered and attempted to information. The Flor- services held in the Cath-
press that Peter Pan will be in per- were The Peter Pan seat sale will open
resume his duties when he had another fect readiness Friday night to pleasea The basis of this new rate League can olic church. The distribution of ashes
today at 9 a. m. A big rush is expected -
attack and had to be carried to his critical audience at the Lucerne.All rect without a doubt. The injustices took place at 7:45 in the morning, followed for reserve seats. There hasso .
: home, Commissioner Clark Robertson the caste of principals are right Commerce Commission has spent I by the celebration of the Holy far been a fine sale by the Ladiesof
proffering his automobile for that I up to now with their songs, jokes time in devloping a system of must fur- Sacrifice of the Mass. caste, and the
management requests -
service. :Mr. Jansen's illness is '
.YF greatly and dances. And with the large select making which is During the entire Lenten season, that parties holding tickets to
regretted and it is hoped that he chorus of the leading singers rect. It is to be expected l" there will be the usual mass at 6 have them exchanged at 9 a. m., for
will recover speedily. Peter Pan will move with a swingof making such radical changes, o'clock in the morning and on Tues- there will be no phone orders filledat
<: true professionalism. Miss Rogers mistakes would be made. day and Thursday mornings, mass that hour. First come, first serv-
WOOD, COAL AND ICE I compliments her caste highly and assures that every express shipper of will be celebrated at 7:45. Evening, ed. No favoritism. in. Peter Pan sale.
Wood, $1.50 a strand up. ..,Hand's the press that Peter Pan will be and vegetables in Florida is Baby devotions will be held every Wednesday -
s ,Coal Yard, phone 566. "",!-31-tf, the best ever in Orlando. a higher rate than formerly is 12-5-tf I and Friday evening at 7:30. For the news;/.zead.1'-" The Sentinel


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i In Our Millinery Department of Tailored

\ .. and Ready-to-Wear Hats. .


{ WEDNESDAY[ [ A AND THURSDAY, f FEBRUARY[ l31U A AND l 26111. '' : -I IS.


We are not ready to show our Pattern Hats, but the demand is so \.

strong for street hats, will show them, and have the big opening later. -

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

Miss Grace Schill, our new Milliner, is anxious to 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. :

Millinery Department on second floor: take elevator. .



; ? Orlando's Largest Store Quality Did It

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