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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 27, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1914. NUMBER 15.
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; INVESTIGATION[ OF f BENTON'S[ DEATH ,ATTEMPTED flAMlGAME G 10 E IN WORK ORlANDO FILM SCHOOL H FORMAL l BONDS ORDER VALIDATED PASSED AND':':STATE T A t DEPARiMEN1CLOSEiS l f T TREES




lf Will N NOT 1 BE.[ FADE[ BY BRITAIN YET, Three sive Smooth Offices. Artists-and-Then Fit Up Flit Expen- Last Placing Resolution of Bonds-Necessary Adopted Before by !I II I: OUTRAGES f. AGAINST T AMERICANS


. I I -= : Silently Away Board of Instruction

FOR REASONS-NOT STATED lOVfRING WA HONORED BY'' I I I! KNIGHiS Mill IN SESSI[ SERIOUS CHARGES- LAID AT
Evidence came to light yesterday i The bond issue of $50,000 author

+ PROPOSED TRIP IS ORLANDO LODGE f Of MOOSE f pointing to an attempt on the part of ized by the voters of the Orlando CONFER[ D DEC[ [ [[ESON S SOUL DOOR OF SECRETARY

I CALLED OFF flim-flam artists to operate in Orlando -, school district at an election held No- 'VJI. J. BRYAN

T. to but after fitting up their offices : vember 12, 1913, have been validated,'

Was Presented With a Handsome handsomely they flitted away, and so and the county board of public instruction Olivette Commandery Is Visited b)

I lAND NO MARINES IN MEXICO[ O Watch Fob on Occasion of far out as of is reach.known are by this time well sion yesterday was called to pass into a formal special order ses- Number of Knights From CONSULAR REPORTS[ NOT WELCOME[ ,

Sixty-second BirthdayThe Nearby Towns
i Monday, February 16, which was reciting the various stages of pro- \
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the day before the fair opened in cedure leading up to the issue, and .1
DENIES HE MADE SUCH
WILSON local lodge of Moose was en Orlando, Mr. Charles Rock had appli I giving the form of the bondsyand the Yesterday was a big day for Oli COMPLAINTS OF AMERICANS

Y REQUEST OF HUERTA WHO fete last evening, the celebration taking cation from three smartly dressed interest coupons to be attached vette Commandery, Knights Templar,i WHO HAVE SUFFERED WERE

BOASTS HE REFUSED the form of a smoker, and a gen- and polite men for a suite of officesin The action of the board was sim-, of which Mr.: S. A. Johnson is Eminent -. GIVEN NO HEED WHEN

PERMISSION eral good time was enjoyed by all I his building. Mr. Rock showed ply a formality required by law td Commander.
SENT TO WASHINGTON
who participated. them the vacant rooms on the second make the transaction complete. The There were several visiting Knights

Specbl to. the SentinelWashington Three candidates, Messrs. W. A. floor, and after getting a glimpse of bonds were sold some time ago, at a from Daytona, Palatka and other
Feb. 26.-For reasons Starkey, F. W. Wilmott and E. L. the wires running into the building on premium, and will be delivered without points and the degrees were conferred Special to the SentinelWashington

not stated the proposed trip of Consul Simmons, were initiated into the mys- the north side they chose rooms in the delay. I upon half a dozen candidates from Feb. 26.Documentary
evidence that the state depart-
Perceval of Galveston, who had been teries of the order, and a social ses- rear of the floor, one an inner office, The new board of trustees::, recently Oakland and Winter Garden. In the
ment has concealed charges made
designated by the British foreign of- sion followed. or reception room, and the other an elected, will have charge of the con- afternoon the Red Cross degree was by
Americans in Mexico
fice to go to Juarez and make an investigation A pleasing ceremony of the even- outside office overlooking the street struction of the new school building.The 'given and after the supper, whichwas which are more
serious than the of
k of the killing of the British ing was the presentation of a hand- next the Rosalind club and city build- trustees will be formally com- served at 6 o'clock, at the hall, slaying Benton;
obtained by the International
4 subject Benton, has been called some watch fob to Mr. J. B. Lovering, ing. The men seemed highly pleased missioned by the county board at the the Temple degree was exemplified. were News Service

I off. This decision was officially announced I one of the oldest members of the with the offices and paid Mr. Rock next regular meeting of the board to Among the distinguished visitors today.

: following a conference here I lodge, the occasion being Mr. Lover- for a weeks' rent. Subsequently the be held Tuesday, and it is assumed were the inspecting officer, Salem B. certained From indisputable proof it was as-

today between Secretary Bryan and ing's sixty-second birthday anniver- offices were handsomely fitted up that they will proceed at once to or- Seaman, deputy grand commander of :
First, that has for
Ambassador Spring-Rice. The only sary. The presentation speech was with furniture purchased from the ganize and set about beginning the Florida, of Daytona; Elmer Elsworth Secretary Bryan

r information given with the announce- made by Mr. Walter D. Yowell, and store of Mr. E. Hand. The furnish- construction of the new building. Haskell, past grand commander, of months been in possession of a con
sular statement the
ment was that the matter had been he was followed in a speech of felic- ings were bought on installment, but Palatka; W. 0. Richtman, eminent recounting out-
+ postponed until "better arrangementscan itations appropriate to the occasionby they made a cash payment of $37.50. BOSTON STORE CLOSES commander, of Palatka CommanderyNo. raging of two American girls, Lillie
and Emma Gourd
but
near Tampico
u ,
be made." Mr. A. 'E. McIntosh. Mr. Rock paid little attention to the ; Jacob Espedahl, past grand
nothing has been done.
The state department today was A large attendance was present, activities of his new tenants. In fact, The store operated by K. Kanner on commander, of Oriental CommanderyNo. Second, that innumerable
exerting every influence to obtain and it was one of,the most pleasant he knew nothing of what was goingon Orange avenue, between the barber of Daytona; E. C. Livermore, com-
plaints have been filed Con-
from General Villa the surrender of occasions among the ,many that have and it was-only when they failedto shop and typewriter shop, was closed Samuel Brammer and Paris E. Mor- sul Edwards at Juarez against him

the body of William S. Benton, Brit- been held at the Moose lodge. pay the second week's rent and a yesterday, the proprietor having fileda gan, of St. Cloud. with inefficiency, and,the charging state department -

ish subject, executed at Juarez. No day or two had elapsed that he went petition in bankruptcy. The Red Cross degree was con- has created the
in search of them. ferred by Eminent Commander E. C. impressionthat
had been received to instructions -
reply'sent to Consul Letcher yester- MRS. 'BECKER[ [ SAYS DECISION[ I He found the rooms deserted andwith Johnson; the Temple degree by Right order Caruthers that Edwards has might taken not charge be in
removed -
day to find Benton's grave and Sec- the general appearance of not THIS READS[ liKE A MOTION Eminent Sir Louis C. Massey, and
MAN[ NEW Y Lf[ TO HER
the Knights of Malta by Eminent Sir
retary Bryan was surprised by news having been occupied for several Third, that Mexican soldiers who
Villa PICTURE I T E ROMANCE f John C. Jones.A :
saying
dispatches quoting as days. Upon making further inquiryhe I have killed and wounded Americansare
buried in Chihuahua City. committee of ladies composed of
Benton was gathered threads of informationhere
fed at Fort BUss
now being and
have been Series of Misfortunes Has Followed ',. Mrs. S. A. Johnson, Mrs. C. P. Dow, ,
There
persistent reports and there of such a nature as no effort has been made to demand
the cremated. Becker Family Since His Con Upon Verge of Being Married Discover Mrs. Alfred Bumby, Mrs. D. C.
here, too, that body was to lead him to suspect that the busi- punishment.
viction Two Years Ago They Are Brother Thompson, Mrs. S. Y. Way and Mrs.J. .
ness which his tenants had been en- Fourth, that American consuls in
HUERTA SAYS ,HE DENIED PERMISSION gaged in was not of the kind that and Sister W. Simmons arranged the supper Mexico have been given to understandthat
and its
TO LAND MARINES The news had smoothed away the would bear investigation.It superintended serving. reports of atrocities against
Sixty-five Knights assembled about
hard lines that had formed in Mrs. was stated by that Americans "considered unwel-
one party a Greeley, Colo., Feb. 26.-Just as the board and enjoyed the elegant are
Mexico City, Feb. 26.-Provisional Becker's face during the last two friend of his had been led to the of- they-were going to procure a mar- spread. come": in Washington.In .

President Huerta today refused per- years, and she looked like a girl when fice upon the idea that it was a stock riage license, Miss Mary Hardy, a an affidavit Mathew Gourd, for-

mission to the United States gov- she received a reporter for the Worldin exchange office. This man had seen homesteader near the town of Buck- merly of Tampico, tells how his home

ernment to send 2,000 marines as a the offices of Joseph A. Shay at the interior of the office and averred ingham, learned that Frank Cameron, D DEPALMAWINS[ VANDERBILT[ CUP U UI was visited by Mexican soldiers at
guard for the legation here. This No. 50 Broad street, says the New that money was disposed about in to whom she was engaged, was her I night and of his daughter and niece

information came direct from General York World. packages of great amounts. In fact brother. Miss Hardy fainted. I I IflkRACE( l k t being outraged by soldiers, and his

Huerta himself. "Although my dear mother died he was impressed that at least a hun- The discovery of the relationship home robbed of money. Gourd reported -
only last night," she said, "I am almost dred thousand I the
General Huerta says he was asked dollars was lying between Miss Hardy and Cameron, matter to the American

by Washington to agree to the dis tempted to say that this is the around loose, and the furnishings of the real name of both being Howard,I Made an Average Speed of More consul at Tampico and also to the

't patch, in addition to the 2,000 Amer- happiest moment of my life. The I the place further gave the idea thatit .. was brought about through Cameron',I! Than Seventy-five Milesan Mexican government, but no action

icans, of 1,000'more men made up of glorious news that has come from I was the place where busy and wearing for the first time in her presence was taken by either. Gourd is now
and French. Albany means life for my husband did business Hour in the United
Germans, English To wealthy men and think- a small gold ring with a peculiar t living States.
all of this he returned a negative and a new I life for me. The two years ing was done in amounts no smaller button setting as a fob for his watch The state department had no explanation -
reply, on the ground that there was he has been under the danger of than thousands. chain. Special to the Sentinel of its refusal to investigate
no need for such precautions. death have been dead years for me. This gentleman said that an at- Los Angeles, Cal., Feb. 26.-Ralph i this case. Similarly, it declined to
Since he went to the death house "Where did you get that ring?" De Palma, in a Mercedes car, won
Nelson O'Shaughnessy, American I tempt had been made by the proprietors explain why Edwards had not been
charge d'affaires, refused either to l!,i misfortune has followed us steadily. of the office to get ten thousand faltered Miss Hardy, as she noticed the Vanderbilt cup race today over reprimanded for the falsification of

confirm or deny the information. My baby girl-he never even saw her dollars from his friend on some kind and then inspected it. Santa Monico's famous course. The his reports to Washington.
-died after she born last ."My sister gave me that to remember race was witnessed by a hundred and ,
a day was
Later Mr. O'Shaughnessy denied of stock gambling deal. The name of Several other affidavits were made
any'knowledge of the proposal. Ac year. Then Mr. Becker's mother the friend was not divulged, nor has I! her by the last time"I saw her, twenty thousand spectators. public, all of which tell experiences
died, and the third blow when twenty-three years ago, answered Oldfield in a Mercer was second.De similar
came it
cording to report the plan is said to come to light that any one was to Gourd's.A .
Cameron, astonished at her agitation. time for 294 miles
have reached President Huerta my mother was taken away. But I fleeced, but the hasty departure of Palma's was committee of El Paso citizens
all those in the "Then you are my brother!" ex three hours, 53 minutes and 41 sec-
forget tragedies great
through other channels. the men would leave the suspicionthat appealed to Senator Fall today to aid
relief that has come in the reversalof they did "land a sucker," or else claimed Miss Hardy,,and fainted. onds. lie averaged 75.5 miles an twenty thousand American refugees

WONT: PERMIT STATE TROOPSTO my husband's conviction."I that they left in fear of the officers.A When Miss Hardy was revived she hour. Oldfield finished one minute along] the border who are having
never lost faith that he wouldbe proved their relationship beyond all and twenty seconds behind De Palma.
INVADE MEXICO number of crooks were spottedby great difficulty in earning a living
vindicated for the reversal doubt by going to her jewel box and Out of fifteen starters only five fin-
means the local police during the fair, while Mexican soldiers are being well
taking from it a silver coin bearingthe ished. Other three who finished
vindication in opinion. Neitherdid and were cared for of
Special to the SentineLWashington my Sheriff Frank Gordon arrestedfive out government appro-
Feb. 26.-Governor Charlie. There were times when men on suspicion and held them date of her brother's birth and William Carlson, Jr., in a Mason; priations.

Colquitt of Texas tonight demandedof things seemed black indeed, when until after the fair was over, but he his initials, which he had engraved Earl Cooper, in a Stutz, and George

Secretary Bryan the right to send every man's hand seemed against us. had no evidence against them and when a boy.It Joerimann 4 Touraine. The race

troops into Mexico to find the bodyof At such times I almost yielded to could hold them no longer. Some of appears that the brother and sister was conducted without a single injury BELIEVED[ THAT BAUCH A H WAS HOT

Clement E. Varaga, who is sup- despair and gave way to my grief. these were pointed out to the sheriff were deserted in childhood by to driver or spectators.

posed to have been hanged by feder But Charlie never let me weaken for by detectives who followed them here their parents, and later were adoptedin AS SPY BY REBELS

+ als. long. He never lost his nerve. He from Tampa. Chief W. H. Smith different families. Then by chance
The secretary flatly refused per- kept his spirit up and kept mine up also landed two or three of the same they became homesteaders and neigh TWO flORIDA NATIONAL BANK

mission. He stated the department is type. In fact, the chief and the sher- bors. American Who Went Sightseeing Has
t too."I ARE f II T IN IT
doing "all it could, do to secure the shall go up to Sing Sing tomor- iff worked together during fair week, Disappeared and No TraceIs

punishment of Varaga's death, and row to see Charlie. I have seen him and it was probably due to their time HEARINGS ON LONG AND SHORT Found

any invasion' by the state would involve every week since he was there, except i ly vigilance that no robberies oc HAUL POSTPONED Fail to Make Application for Placein

the federal government. when my baby came and another time I curred. New Federal Reserve Special to the Sentinel
In talking with correspondents to- that I was ill. But it will be a won- Mr. Rock is inclined to think that Ocala, Fla., Feb. 26.-The meetingof El Paso, Tex., Feb. 26.Mysterystill

day, the president declared that the derful meeting tomorrow. Instead ofa his tenants were among the men who the shippers with the railroad com- System surrounds the disappearance of

"watchful waiting" policy was still condemned murderer I shall meet a were arrested, and that this was the missioners to decide whether the long Bauch, who was arrested twelve days

successful, and that no marines wouldbe free man, for that is what he is now. reason why they lost no time in shak- and short haul law passed at the last I Washington, Feb. 26.-It was announced ago as a federal spy while sightseeing -

sent into Mexico. This, he said, I shall take him away from the awful ing the dust of Orlando.Mr. session of the legislature shall be i at the treasury department at Juarez.

would be equivalent to an act of war. death house and bring him here to Hand was notified of the fact put into effect or suspended, have |I this morning that only two of the He is not a prisoner in a Juarez

Questioned as to the status of the New York. Of course he will haveto that the men had decamped and took been postponed. fifty-three national banks in Florida prison, neither can he be located by

British and German marines who are go to the Tombs, but he won't haveto his furniture out of the rooms. He The meetings were to have been I have not made application for mem. the American consul, newspaper men

already in Mexico City guarding legations stay there long, I am sure, and knew ,nothing of the men, however, held, one at Ocala, on March 3, the bership in the federal reserve system. or relatives.

the president declined to an- in a little while we can take up our and said they told him nothing of other at Kissimmee on March 5. Notice I Fifty-one national banks in Florida L Constitutionalist officials at Juarez

swer. life together where it was brokenoff. their business. To Mr. Rock they has just been received from the made application for membership be. deny that Bauch has been executed,

had said they expected to be in Or- commission that the meetings will be fore the entries closed. but frankly admit they know nothing

TilE WEATHER' "Our life can never be the same as lando for three or four months. held, the first at Ocala on March 23, Treasury department officials re. of his whereabouts.

,I it was. Too many sad things have Upon the removal of the furniture the other at Kissimmee on March 26. fused disclose. the names of th A thorough search of all prisons

Florida: Fair Friday and Satur- come into it since the dreadful night from the offices several dry cell bat- I,two banks which did not make application at Juarez by a party of Americans

day, except rain Saturday on East they took him down to the court to teries were found in the desk, a lot hind though the scattering contentsof or the cities in which the]r this afternoon failed to find any

,Coast. face the charge of murder. They have of paper bands with amounts of the office were all of a more or, are located. trace of him. i

left their effect upon us both. But money printed on them, such as are less suspicious character, in view of Grave fears are now entertained 'i

The Robert Burns association of they will be memories that will work I used in banks for binding bundles of the wire tapping schemes that have Ladies' Home Journal for March, by friends and relatives that Bauch :or

Jacksonville had an elaborate Washington for our good. They will make us currency, a rubber type outfit and a been pulled off recently in Tampa and the best ever. New magazines com. was shot as a federal spy and the

; kf birthday celebration Monday both better. If nothing else they have I I broken desk telephone were found. St. Petersburg and other Florida ing in daily. Curtis & O'Neal's boo fact is being kept secret by rebel a

night. taught us both how great is charity." Nothing incriminating was left be- cities. store. officials.
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Formally Withdrawn by Tax IRONS .. MONTGOMERY MOTION Grand Theatre \i

Commission PICTURE[ GO'STHE

Tallahassee, Fla., Feb. 25.Thetax
commission of the state of Flor- WE have just received a shipment / THEATRE BEAUTIFUL (
ida has addressed the following letterto of the latest style of

counties the assessor in the of state each: of the several "GAS IRONS"which | 'The Terrors of the Jungle'A

"Dear Sir: The tax commission; : we are placing on the market
since its organization last July, has :
been working to find the best plan to I FOR $3.00 EACH ,Selig wild animal feature in two reels. A depiction of the

adopt to get all assessors for the year : habits and haunts of the "King of Beasts," interwoven with a
1914 to assess all property on a uni- : They are absolutely guaranteed'to be delightful tale of love and adventure. A
and
magnificent
form basis, one county with another. : perfectly safe and at the same time inexpensive costly
On investigation we found that heretofore I to operate. They cost only production, showing the beauty and talent of Kathlyn Williamsat
property had not been assessed : 1.3 as much to operate as an electric its heigth.
iron and much easier to
at a uniform rate, varying from 10 : are handle.

per cent to 75 per cent. of its true : Call it the i office and KC one demonstrated. The Usual Wa An comedy, with four popular comedians ,
cash value. This was in violation of I Y, Wallace Berry, Ruth Hennesy, Robt. .'
law but was done by custom and con- : Bolder and "Billy" Mason j t'
sent among the assessors. :
"The tax commission, knowing that : "Janitor to Artist," Lubin.
these conditions existed, suggested to I

lahassee the assessors in November in a convention that they in Tal-all :: ORNDO WATER[ & LIGHT C ra SPECIAL MUSICAL PROGRAM

agree and pledge themselves to as- : '\
sess all property for the year 1914 on : Gas Department
Bally
the same basis of not less than 50 I Shirley"The
per cent. of its true cash value. We HlMMIMMimiiHMIMIIHHtllMitHliMIJust ,.
believed at the time, and so advisedthe Male Tetrazinni"

assessors, and still believe, that,
under the conditions now existing, Continuous Performance
from 3:30: to 10 P. M.
which can not be changed at once, it
was not the best to jump to a full
cash value this year; but the tax as- : Children 10cOMMMIMMMHtMMMMMM !
sessors failed to adopt our sugges- | : Adults 20c : :

tion and adjourned without taking .
any action or making any agreementas

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left us with nothing to do but to instruct -
them to comply with the law
arrived load For Economy and
and assess at full cash value. car purchase -

"Since then the assessors met in FORDS for immediate W RIG H T power of your mon
convention in Jacksonville on Febru- REALTY & SBBD co P''
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ary 2 and passed resolutions adopt- delivery.Get FOR REAL ESTATE ey, Try Wright Farm

ing our.previous suggestion, agreeingto ThaiS Our Business and Garden Seeds. in
assess all property for the year
yours nowF. Orlando Florida
1914 on a basis of 50 per cent. of truer bulk. "Motto" Quantityand
cash value. We believe that this, RUSH
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which is in line with the suggestionmade Quality.
by us to the tax assessors while Phone 226
Fresh Eggs dOZ. Best Creamery Butter lb.
they were at our request in conven- 29C 39C
tion in Tallahassee in November, will Sweet Milk .13C qt. Ice soc 100 lbs., Limes 150 doz.
be better for the tax payers under ands Sweet Milk 070 pint Fresh Butter Milk loc qt.

the existing conditions and we ap- Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Present" delivered by Express,

prove order for this a action full cash and value withdraw for year our (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.

1914 and notify all assessors to as-
340 Acres Good Land
sess all property for 1914 at 50 percent
of true value in compliance with

the pledge and resolution. 40 acres under fence 200 good orange trees, two story house, barn,
"We suggest that all boards of

county commissioners and school best of water, three lakes. Snap bargain sale.
boards arrange their special levies so
as to work to a full cash value assessment -
later as required by law.
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different counties in the state and
confer with the assessors and use all ABOUT FOUNTAIN PENSThere
means in their power to see that

property and assessed in every on as county near a is uniform valued are plenty of good fountain pens in ORlANDO BANK & TRUST J COMPANY

basis as possible. We hope every as- the market and unfortunately there is also a

sessor in the state and every boardof supply of poor ones. We have yet to see a Orlando Florida.
county commisioners will work ,
better self-filling than the Conklin,
harmoniously with us to the end that
each county will bear its just portionof and have never sold a better one of the other Condition at the close of business December 31, 1913'h

the taxes necessary to successfully) type than Moore's Non-Leakable. We Sell bot RESOURCES
finance the state and county
ments. govern kinds on an absolute guarantee of your mon Loans and Discounts $403,080.10

back if want it. A fountainpen Overdrafts 362.37
"We hope that all assessors will ey you good
Stocks and Bonds 26,018.33
use diligence to get all taxable prop has come to be almost a necessity to every Cash on Hand and in Banks 200,946.57
erty on the tax books as it is unjustfor
business man or woman. If you have none, Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures . . . 25,974.87
to and
some pay taxes others escape -
when all are receiving the same or have one that is unsatisfactory, let usshow

benefits from the government. you the guaranteed sort. LIABILITIES $656,382.24

"Respectfully, I
"JOHN NEEL, Capital Stock . .. .. . . .. . . . .. . . .. . $100,000.00
"R. J. PATTERSON, W. S. BRANCH, Surplus and Undivided Profits .. . .. .. .. . 35,214.86
"JOHN S. EDWARDS, Deposits . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . 521,167.38
"Tax Commission.. The Arcade Book and Mosie'Stored
$656,382.24
Middy Blouses in all white an

white with blue and red collars at Deposits on Dec. 31, 1912 . . .. .. . . . .. . $489,971.68
t Boardman's, "The Store of Satisfac IMtHtlitttlMIIIIMMItltlMIIMIIIHUmilMIMMSeveral Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . .. . . . . $521,167.38
tion." It

Increase . .. .. .. . . .. .... .. .. . .. . 31,195.70The
Wi THE SUBSOIL OCEANA
officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust
bulletin of the United States t aSacrifice Price Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and
Bureau of Soils deals with the changein friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement. ,
the water level in the 28,906 wells The management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects
that the bureau has examined in the
the conservative
sane and progressive methods employed in
course of a "well census" of the coup
try. Judging from the wells, the I I this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and
amount of water within a hundred : @ strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in health
feet of the surface is enough to cover I ful statements to its patrons.
the whole country seventeen feet
deep. AH our useful brooks and rivers I Several choice lots for immediate sale. Located just M. M._SMITH, PresidentW.
depend on subsoil water; on it depends M. DAVIS
I Vice-President C. E. NOLAN
also the success of the inI CashierWE
crops one lot off Magnolia avenue on Concord avenue. Improved
a dry season. To be useful to agri
: culture,however, the level of this sub with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest
soil ocean must be near enough to
the surface soil to be lifted there by locations in Orlando.
capillary attraction. Unfortunately,
the bureau finds that the level is rapidly
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the country. In thirty-one states the The Price is Right AND DO ALL KINDS OF
average lowering since the settlement A
OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. Doll's HouseOne
of the
country is as much as nine
feet, and in some regions it has averaged -
decade.three Youth's and a half Companion.feet during each of Ibsen's Strongest and Best Known Plays



Look through YOUR your PRINTING desk and see .f Or1auo n Real l Estate B ) Co I Rollins Will School Be Given of Expression by the ,.

there is not some stationery of which I In Winter Park
Lyman
L H. RAMSDELL Gymnasium, Wednesday,
you are in need. If there is, phone *
us at 24 and we will call, get you Phone 504 Watkins Block OPTOMETRIST Evening, March 4th, 1914, at 8:15 o'clock.
order and do the work promptly and
i; at the lowest price consistent with! (Successor to Dr. 0. P. LUdna) ADMISSION 50 CENTS
; high grade work. It will receive our
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Mr. Forrest Dabney Carr, and Jessie nights.
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MDME.FORD VON IXKELSTEIN MOUNT. EXTRA-Added vaudeville features. The best ever pre-

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I Mr. Hal Merton. Master of Magicbliss
test FUL UP-TO-DATE LECTURES Elizabeth Sheffield Allen
on HEALTH. Reade rand Impersonator.

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NOTICE said property being levied on as property of
I said defendant, E. F. 0'Cain, to satisfy said " "
All owners of Dogs are requested to .execution and costs.
Terms of sale cash. Purchaser to pay for
procure Tags at the City Clerk's of- deed. AN EXPERT
J. F. GORDON,
fice-one for each and every dog onor
Sheriff of Orange County, Florida.
____ 3:13 before March first, 1914, otherwise 273101724. Sign Writer is in charge of Sign Department whose
pm all dogs not so tagged will be
____ 7:30 pm with of the foremost of Ameri
C.L. 9:00 liable to be caught and impounded. IN THE CIRCIUT COURT OF THE SEVENTH past experience some ,
I pm
.__ : pm E. F. SPERRY, Mayor. IDA. ORANGE JUDICIAL COUNTY CIRCUIT IN OF CHAN FLOR ca's sign makers assures the highest possible grade of
.____ 1:15 am CARL JANSEN, City Clerk. CERY.
.____ 2:40 am South Florida Naval Stores Company work. When one makes big claims it is up to one to

; Ga.Ga.._ 3:55 6:20 am am TAFT SAYS WASHINGTON WASA E. Thomas versusC. et aL, Complainant make good, but these claims should be weighed quite as

Ga_ 7:30 am SWEARER DefendantTO much for sake as ours.
your
of Ga.12:05 C. E. BROWN AN DHIS WIFE KATHRYN -
p S. THOMAS, L. W. WALTER A. DillS
of G.12:05 pm WIFE. LAURA H. WALTER, ANDJ.
____ 7:46 pm Northampton, Mass., Feb. 25.Former HALL LEWIS, GREETING GEO..A.BARKER
____ 9:35 pm President Taft in an address said I It appearing from the affidavit of EmmettE.
Robinson, Secretary and Treasurer of the
____11:07 pm that he knew George Washington Complainant, South Florida Naval Stores
____12:13 am swore. I Company in the foregoing cause that you and SIGNS AND SHOW CARDS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
each of you are citizens of a state or country -
____ 7:05 am Why? other than the State of Florida, and that
you and each of you are over the age of Let us figure on your work for Orlando's MidWinterFair.
Because Washington served as
twenty-one years, and that there is no person
____ 1:38
am in the State of Florida the service of sub- .
____ 3:30 am president. poena upon whom would bind you or eithero
___ 4:29 am fyou and your places of residence having ItlMIIMIMMItMtltfitlMIMIHMIIMttfMIMItHlNOTICE
____ been specified in the said affidavitIT
6:20 am
Cash Warman fixes 'em
Registers. IS THEREFORE ORDERED That you
____ 7:50 am and each of you. be, and you are hereby
on Court street. 12-5-tf 1 required to appear before this Court at Orlando I
Composed of I ISHERIFF'S Orange County. Florida on :Monday I Dr. BucKmaster
the Sixth Day of April 1914. to answer the. ;
drawing- SALE. said South Florida Naval Stores Companyin I Notice is hereby given that the City
) cars, aid free Under and by virtue of an execution issued a bill of complaint exhibited against C. II of Orlando, Florida, will on January 1,I
out of and under the seal of the Circuit E. Thomas and his wife Kathryn S. Thomas, 1915) pay off with interest to that
Jackson Court in and for Orange County Florida, j L. W. Walter and his wife Laura H. Walter, I date, bonds numbered 7, 8, 9, 10, 19 Osteopathic Physician
Jacksonville wherein C. D. Christ and P. P. Pillans, partners -i J. Hall Lewis and the Orlando Florida I
doing business as Christ &: Pillans are Farms Company, and herein fail not other and 20, of the City of Orlando seven 132 Orange Avenue
I
in dining plaintiffs, and E. F. O'Caia is*defendant. Iwill wise the complainant in said cause will there- per cent. bonds, issued July 1, 1892,
offer for sale and sell in front of the after proceed ex parte. according to the provisions made for
Court House Door at Orlando Orange County I And-it is further ordered that this no- Next door to People's Bank,
car reser- Folrida. during the legal hours of sale tice be published once a week in the "Or redemption in said bonds.
ON' THE FIRST MONDAY IN APRIL It lando Sentinel" for a period of four consecutive Dated February 11, 1914. up-stairs. Acute and chronic -
illg the 6th day of the month, A. D. bto-I weeks.WITNESS CARL JANSEN, City Clerk.
and sales the diseases treated.Telephone .
a legal day following The Honorable James W. Perkins -
12-lm
Agent, ed! property, to-wit: Beginning: 75 feet Judge of the Circuit Court of the Sew
of Northeast Corner of Irving & Hughey I enth Judicial Circuit of Florida, and B.I 578.
Ticket Ireets, Orlando. Florida, run East 114 feet, M. Robinson. Clerk of the said Court, and Ladies' hair dressing, ,
i Agent. South 75 feet West 14 feet North 38 feet. : seal thereof at Orlando. Florida, this the I I massage
Line, West 100 feet. North 37 feet to point'of twenty-sixth day of February A. D. 1911. hampoo, electric drier. Gem Barbe
beginning, in Section 35. Township 22 South, I (SEAL) ;
..-4. -_ Range 29, East. Orange County Florida;J] c B. M. ROBINSON. Clerk.I Shop. J-2-tf Subscribe for the Sentinel



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:1 MORNING AND WEEKLY days at the Orange county fair, and''I'' Washington, Feb. 25.-The returnof
:
i JOSiAH FERRIS Editor and Owner says that while it in no manner approaches Postmaster General Burleson is B. Stoneman, editor'of the Her-

l t our fair in point of exhib-] anxiously awaited by the Floridianshere ald, yesterday received informationof Dickson-Ives Co.
;< Entered at the postoffice at Orlando I'lor.1i
# Ida u Second Class Mail )Iatter.o itst, that he was struck with the loy- interested in the postmastershipat the death of an older brother, 0. A.

t TO ADVERTISERS; arty with which it was upheld by all Jacksonville. It is whispered that Stoneman, for over half a century a

adjoining counties, both in exhibits some action is likely when Mr. Burle-. resident Minneapolis..
k. Copy for display and all other handset
advertising must be handed in at the batmen and attendance. son resumes his desk and that his Mr. Stoneman leaves a wife, and is '
" offke .( the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. Volusia Osceola Seminole and action will be received with also survived by his mother, two
t, the day before publication. This rule applies other a sighof
J to chances for contract aditrlmnz it itt I counties stood right behind Orange relief by both senators. brothers and two sisters. This is the DEPARTMENT STORE
iaranable and will be strictly adhered to.
'i and took as much interest and pridein Julian W. Spear, it is hinted, may first death in the immediate family

J SUBSCRIPTION RATES: the fair as if it had been their be the lucky man to be named for the for over thirty-nine years.MiamiHerald

One Year ....... .... ..... .. .. .$5.00 own offspring, and attended in overwhelming position. Mr. Burleson likes Mr. Feb. 24.

'-; Six Months ................... 2.50 numbers.- Spear. So do Senators Bryan and rlan o' favorite

Three Months....... .. ....... 1.25 How different with some of Ma- Fletcher. It is openly said that Mr. NOTICEIn Shopping \
Spear is the second choice of both
In Advance. rion's neighboring counties. County Judges Court. Orange County.
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senators and that he is really the one Florida.To .
For We had
example: an "Alach- I Edith Ghormley. Greenwood, Jack County .
ua county day," and made man upon which they can unite. Missouri, and Claude Gilbert Yelton De-
t FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1914. arrange-
moniro Oregon:
ments for a special train, and, if our Should Mr. Burleson send Mr. Whereas W. I. Dorsey and E. 0 Dorsey. PLACE
Spear's name to the senate neither as executors of the last will and testamentof
t memory serves us right, we had nine-
A fair that T. A. Dorsey, deceased and others have
suffragist opines marriage teen visitors from that county, so senator would oppose the confirma- filed a petition to sell the following described
t. is a link and not a handcuff. magnificent in its agricultural resources tion. In fact, it is stated, both would land Orange situate and lying State and of being Florida in to-wit the Countyor

f.. Some men are willing to make oath and so large in population. welcome this solution of the tangle.At Northeast quarter of southeast quarter of ,
that it is not a link only, but an entire the Section 3, Township 23 south, Range 28 r
t However, Sumter exhibited an entirely postoffice department it is
chain.South different spirit, and held our learned that Mr. Spear's friends have east.Begin at northeast corner of southeast
up quarter of southwest quarter of southwest
o hands loyally. She had a most excellent been busy. quarter of Section 26. Township 22 south
Carolina doesn't recover Range 29 east; run west 177 feet south 1700 Ng W asli G GChintz off
exhibit,and her citizens throngedthe Among those who have recommended feet west 55 feet south 170 feet east 232 w _
I from one political campaign before fair grounds. him are Governor Trammell, Mayor feet north to beginning.Also .
she is plunged into the vortex oft begin at southeast corner of south-
rO. Sumter promises to do even better Swearingen, President of the City west quarter of southwest quarter of Section
another. Cole Blease is already out 26. Township 22 south. Range 29 east; run
this year, and Citrus will join withus Council Dancy and a large number of west 330 feet, north 330 feet, east 180 feet,
the and the
J after scalp of Senator Smith, and dainty Old Fashioned Dolly Varden
and business and professional men of south 162 feet east 60 feet, north 162 feet,
we are expecting good things
1 there are half a dozen candidates for east 90 feet south 330 feet to beginning.Also .
,. The fur will to from Lake. Jacksonville. begin at northeast corner of south- effects in'Muslins, Lawns, Crepe Cloths and Ratines will
governor. begin fly east quarter of southwest quarter of Section
} in short order, and poor old South We hope to have manifested the 26, Township 22 south Range 29 east; run much to the fore this season. Our selection includesall
west 198 feet south 170 feet west 50 feet
Jacksonville
feeling of.good will and loyalty was visited Sunday bya
Carolina will afford amusement for same south 170 feet east 228 feet north 340 feet
the several states around her. and fellowship as was exhibited atthe party of very prominent gentlemen.In (less street). the Choicest patterns from the Domestic looms besides :
-I 0 Orange county fair.-Ocala Ban- the party were Thomas Edison of before These this are Honorable therefore Court to cite on you or before to appear the
ner. Orange, N. J., the electrical wizard; 26th day of March. A. D. 1914. and file objection many others imported.
I
Contrary to expectation the c
women if any you have to the granting of
( of Chicago failed to turn out in forceto Henry Ford of Detroit, the manufac- said petition, otherwise the same will be

to vote in the city primary Wednesday MR. W. T. SIMS utrer of the Ford automobile, and granted Witness.as my prayed.hand as County Judge afore- Prices Range from lOc to 60c yard
t and more than two-thirds of] John Burroughs of West Park, N. Y., said and the seal of said court this the 25th
of A "D.
day February. 1914.
f those registered remained away "Will died this morning." the famous naturalist. (SealVM.. MARTIN County Judge.

i. from the polls. Seven women were A telegram with the sad news of

nominated for aldermen, three Progressives the death of Mr. W. T. Sims, of Orlando 11111111111111111111"11111111'11111111111111111111'1Cash

and four Socialists; two Fla., on Monday, caused a deep

J Democratic women were defeated. feeling of sorrow in Jonesboro.Mr. Loan I

I Suffrage, and Socialism in Chicago Sims, Bill," as he was called to on Ifflporte Press G G'Vhile Goo

appears to be a popular ticket. by his friends, was reared here, and I
0t. even after the duties of life had called

t. St. Petersburg is always wide urn' to other fields he looked upon' City Property.

awake. Adopting an idea in vogue onesboro as home, and Jonesboro
not acknowledged the superiority of imported
f in some of the western states that : considered him as one of its boys, ,

1 city has sent the registration officers I and a warm welcome was always his goods over those of our own manufacture we feel com-
f around in automobiles to make a on his visits home. Real Estate bought and sold i ii
t pelled at times to include many such among our season'sassortments
house to house to .make
canvass
sure Will was in harness when he was
,t that all shall be registered. Sincethe called by his Master, on the road in i for cash or on commission. in order to make our stocks as complete andas

failure to register is in nearly the interest of his firm, a wholesale

every instance a case of neglect the grocery house of Jacksonville, Fla. representative as possible.
i idea is one which might have been
The remains, accompanied by his
For
the coming season we have drawn the
f followed with success by all Florida sister, Mrs. J. W. Maner, who with i Dr. A. J. TAYLOR upon

;' counties where the registration has her mother, Mrs. C. B. Sims, were looms of England, France and Germany .for Exclusive

e been slow. on a visit to Mr. Sims and family, Rock. Building, Upstairs.iittliminiKIIMMMMItttttMIIIMiilMIIIMMIli. weaves and designs in
o and Mr. Turner Evans, of Orlando,
The St. Augustine Meteor says that Fla., arrived in Jonesboro Wednesday
e Congressman Steve -- ----- -- --- FANCY RATINES
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R Sparkman a morning and were carried to the

: slow coach. Mr. Sparkman has neverbeen home of his aunt, Mrs. L. C. Hutche- MMHMttMMmaiMMmilliMlttHtlMiMtMtMtf. SILK AND WOOL CREPES RATINE TWEEDS '
accused of being brilliant, so son. N

far as we know, but he seems to have The funeral and interment was ! A. Y. FU t.IER R. L FOX ; ; SILK AND WOOL POPLINS
made a faithful and effective
repre
in the family lot at Johnson cemetery -
} sentative. So long as a representative at 2 o'clock Wednesday after- THE PALMS AUTO CO. EMBROIDERED ROBES
is
r doing his duty and getting noon.
the things that he goes after there is
Besides his wife and little and .
son
a' REO MOTOR CARS
no excuse for swapping him for an
a devoted mother and sister, he leaves ,
inexperienced man. Old Uncle Steve .
I may be less of a slow coach than the numerous relatives and friends to For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a

Meteor thinks. mourn his loss. full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good forceof
1 Among the out of town relativesand
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o
t "Chic" Acosta is going to run for friends who attended the funeral. competent repair men. All our work is absolutely llr Milli rJ OFellilla i [

congress against Congressman L'En- were: Mrs. J. B. Newman, of Mc- :

gle. A news dispatch to the Tampa Donough; Misses Jimma and Nan guaranteed.

Tribune said that "Chic" made somereputation Sims, of Senoia; Mrs. H. G. Fields, of
1 during the last session of Hampton; Rev. Lamar Sims, of Albany : In spite of the inclemency of the weather was an un-

a the legislature by espousing the suffrage ; Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Barton, of I qualified success, every hour of the day seeing the aisles
amendment, whereas the speech Forest Park; Col. J. B. Hutcheson,1 THE PALMS AUTO CO j

"Chic" made in opposition was the of Ashburn; Mr. Turner Evans, oJ crowded with delighted purchasers-Were you there?

only real classic of the session. I t Orlando, Fla., and Mr. R. F. Strick-I FULLER & FOX, Proprietors. J

begins to look as if the suffrage ques and, of Griffin, and Mr. J. E. Lee, of I 4iilllllllllllllllMIIT ... --q
tion will be an issue in the campaign. lapeville.. -Jonesboro (Ga.) News. " " , ,' .



,r., favor posed.Congressman and- "Chic"L'Engle(-"is unalterably has declared op in M f Furliihllg r i i [ .


Sometimes we see funny things in .
the newspapers. The editor of the .
Lake Worth Herald reads a piece It will not always remain cold. We have just received -

: written by Mrs. Minnie Moore Will-
: in a large delivery of
son a Minnesota paper and con- .
cludes that Mrs. Willson is from Min-
ODD PIECES ,: PALM BEACH SUITS
nesota. We do not question the allit- I

} from erative Minnesota correctness; perhaps of Minnie it should being be are so useful when it comes to setting the table at- Specially Priced at $8.00 and, 1000.

so, but the fact remains that Mrs. tractively, \Ve can offer you innumerable suggestions -
in Special Tailored Throughout. Make an early seled-
Willson lives at Kissimmee, and the

piece that the Lake Worth editor read tion. You'll be better pleased.
was but one of an endless series on Beautiful Cut Glass

"Lo, the Indian" ,
poor written by her.
that will table air of and
-0 give your an elegance re- e

The commissioners of St. Johns finement and add prestige to your reputation as a

county have proceeded in a way quite hostess.

different counties in from that pursued in other Every housekeeper knows the value of spot- ur Mail r er Deparlifient e
leading up to an issue of:
less linen silver
bonds for constructing good roads. gleaming sparkling cut glass. Dainty
I first service is ol greater importance than good cooking.TitEvans .
advertised
They
for bids on the
to out-of-town customers
Is a greathelp our make
construction of a system specified in

the advertisements, and accepted the use of it whenever you can. Samples or information

bid of a Jacksonville firm for building -
cheerfully given. We all charges.
sixty-four miles of roads for the .- prepay

total sum of $527,155.20; they then Write for one of our illustrated mail order catalogues (
added their outstanding indebtedness J
to this amount and made allowance I, We invite comparison values.
&
for extra expenses and have submit- I

ted a proposition to the voters to issue -

x $650,000 in bonds to pay for ev-

erything. So far as we are informed the Jeweler
t no other county has gone about the

matter in just this way. The advan- ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEilllllllllllMMM
tage in this is that the commissioners t

a_ and the people know with more OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE

N accuracy what their roads are goingto

cost than under the usual plan of .. EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING Orange e Ave. Orlanda

bonding for a stated amount and then .

making the money go as far as it
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CALIFORNIA AND

j Eating Pure Candy is More Than a | FAVORITE ATRii) FLORIDA f- ill -0. =,

| ROBINSON STARKEY |
ManagersOpen
Here's the way some of the people

Mere Pleasure. Here's Why. out in California are talking about
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9 a. m. to 10:30 P. M.; Florida. It is from a letter from a

| Admission 5 cents citizen of Berkeley, California, to the .
Of course, hundreds of people all over the country | Florida .
DCBH>ODBHDCDBHl!>QIHQIHQa I! Grower."I
eat Candy just because they like Candy just to PROGRAM was talking with a gentlemanthe

) satisfy that desire for something sweet-.and, you also Frontier. "The Girl Ranchers." An other day and it pleased me to
hear him boost Florida he did. He
have done the same thing many times.If Eastern widow and five beautiful as
had been a hotel keeper at Orlandofor
daughters fall heir to "Roughneck"ranch
we can convince you that pure candy is and when the punchers go on about eight years, and has lived ti-

healthful really beneficial from a food standpoint a strike the women proceed to run here in California two years, so I be-
lieve he is in a fair way to judge and

why then you'll realize that your money is well things themselves, but the sudden to make comparison between the two
appearance of Indians shakes their

spent when you buy Candy from our large assort- self assurance and the white flag is places.
"He said: .

X ment. hoisted. "'As for climate, Florida has California
Joker. "The Tramp Dentists." A ,
beat all to pieces..
comedy by Max Asher and Lee Mor- "
'And as for opportunities in almost -

ris. any line, and especially in agri-
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Frontier. "When Spirits Walk. A
BUTT'S KNDY KITCHEN[ culture, the West is not in it with
comedy in which Willie discovers the If watch'tHat
t Florida and the South.' you want a you
hiding place of Mr. and Mrs. Ghost. can be proud of--
"Now, this gentleman came here to cany a
"I Monday, special 3-reel feature, "A
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into business, but after D
go investigating -
I The home of pure home-made Candies, Mormon's Victim." he found all lines more or less WalthamWatchThe

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Orange AvenueWADE ST. CECILIA'S CLUB PARTY AT Florida, where he made his money highest honors at every Interna-

ST. JOSEPH'SThe and where he knows the opportunity tional Exposition and has taken

awaits him to make more money. He every Gold Medal offered in

illinium ttttttttttttittiniiii illinium mm members of St. Cecilia's Pro- is going to stay just long enough to America since 1875. "

gressive club spent a very enjoyable see the 1915 exposition, and then no "11'$ Time You Owned a W DlI1i m.*

Mr. P. A. Vans Agnew, of Kissim- afternoon Tuesday last, when they more California for him. In fact, he Don't ing with buy us.a watch Complete before talk
assortment
mee, was in Orlando a short time between celebrated the ninth anniversary of said he was so anxious to get back to grad of. William Watches la t3-
s.Allen
trains yesterday. the organization of their club. sunny Florida that he may take his

_i THE TUNER A delightful program of music and family this spring, and not wait until

ORLANDO, FLA. "Flaxons," striped, checked and songs was first enjoyed, not only by after the exposition."The & Co.,

.. white, also in all colors' at Board- the members themselves, but also a point I am trying to bring out

man's "Store of Satisfaction." It number of friends of the academy. is this: While California is a grand JEWELERS

The was as follows: and resourceful state that has
program gone
Mr. Geo. B. McGrath, of Norfolk, Everything Guaranteed.
Address, Miss Mabel Lundgren. ahead by leaps and bounds, with
If Orlando's
visitors
Va., is in Orlando, a guest_at the San hadn't tome
Juan. and gone by day there wouldn't have Piano solo, "Two Friends," Master homeseekers coming in in great numbers Reliable Repairing.

M Goesswein. each day, I believe there
been accommodation for them irj Stanley are going -

town. Orlando needs another Piano duet, "II Trovatore," Misses to be a great many disappointments -
big ho-
Mr. Wm. G.Whitney of Hamilton,
,
tel and several Mabel 'Lundgren and Marie Barks- and even failures with land .
Ohio is recent arrival at the San rooming houses.-Or-
a I
lando Sentinel dale.Piano prices soaring, toand beyond the lim-
Juan. ,
The above statement is very true solo, "A la Mode," Miss Lil- it as they are at present (not always

as we have occasion lian Dann. the best land, either). I can't see
to know.
6
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Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Murphy and cD
Mrs. R. R. Day, of Cleveland, Ohio, were until after 11 p. m. finding a Recitation, "The Secret," Little Sa where the opportunities are for the = == l lire

t place to lay us down to sleep.Apopka die Goesswein. average man. I don't want to be _

are in Orlando on a visit. News. Vocal solo, "Bean Bag," Miss Rose classed as a knocker, but facts are .
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Kanner. facts. I have investigated several MIMMMMimimtltMtMailittllttilMMMtttlMJPhone

Messrs. Will J. Bernard and Ed- Commercial job is I "Simple Aveu"-Violin, Miss Hazel land propositions here with the object -
printing of
ward G. Dreer, of Philadelphia, are the branches in which the Sentinel one Bennett; piano, Miss Edna; Arnold. of buying, but Florida offers the
the at the San Juan.C. .
among guests excels. Place an order for letter Reading, "Nine Years Since First best inducements. I have bought

heads We Met Here," Miss Marie Barks- there and intend to, make my future
envelopes, cards bill' heads
,
,
C. Youngs and son, Evert, left statements in fact home in the 'land of almost always
for their home in Mont- or anything you dale.Chorus
yesterday want executed in first-class "Golden Rod," Cecilian' Cir summer.' I trust you will excuse this nrince s
shape,
gomery, Ala., after a two days visit rather
and the result' will cle. long letter. I felt as thoughI
please you.
with Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Dolive.
in should boost the
that
Questions required answers good state of Florida

REV. FLORENCE CROOKER musical terms were given to the older even though I am not a resident
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Bass have AT
arrived members, the lucky winner of the thereof.-Ocala Banner.
in Orlando from Wilton, Mo., UNITY CHAPEL SUNDAYRev.
prize being Miss Isabel Rooney. The

and are making their home at the San little ones also had their test, Miss PLENTY OF TICKETS LEFT FOR -
Florence Kollock Crooker, who
Juan. Lillian Dann being victorious.Rev. PETER PAX MIXSTRELS s. w&-r
will preach in Unity Chapel Sundav .
Father Fox afterwards spoke -
:Mr: and Mrs. Neal M. Smith, of morning, is one of the pioneer minis- .
words of While the .
welcome encouragement; sale of tickets for the
Baltimore in Orlando ters of the Universalist faith, having
are on a pleasure -
his presence on such occasions is ea- Peter Pan minstrels to be given to- :
arrived and begun her ministry when a woman' 172HIIIMHItlltltMtliMmitllilillMHMIiftMlilllH
trip. They yesterday gerly looked for by the members. night at the Lucerne has been good, :
at the San Juan. minister was considered an innova-
are stopping tion in the clerical' ranks. Dainty refreshments were afterwards there are plenty of seats left to ac- :

served on the convent groundsand commodate a large crowd, and the
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Temple and Mrs. Crooker's ministry has extended -
the delightful afternoon .was ladies in charge hope that no one will
,from Pasadena to Boston Chicago
attractive from
daughter came up closed by a visit from Photographer fail to attend the show because of a
where have being her longest pastorate
Tampa yesterday they Robinson, who took several sittingsof fear that there are no seats left. t"'III'II 11111111111111111111OleoInarg4erine<
been in attendance at the Gasparilla which covered over thirteen years
the happy
carnival. where she organized the Universalist group.
And every time the wind blows :
church, and her growing work ne-
PUPILS OF ST. JOSEPH'S HAD around the Flatiron building New :
:Mrs. George J. Fickes, of Pittsburg, cessitated the building of a second
York the '
worst blizzard
reports since
ARITHMETIC TEST
:Mrs. S. Fell Jones, of Orlando, and church there before her resignation.Since 1883. Brand. \ OUAOXkMTlc y
Try Purity
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Mrs. John Patterson arrived from resigning a regular pastorateMrs. I

Tampa today to stay until evening.St. .- Crooker has been engaged with Yesterday a difficult test in arith- ,

Petersburg Independent.Mr. literary and philanthropic work, and metic was given to the pupils of the Now let's have a show for that : The Best on the I !1'

devoting considerable time to travel. seventh, eighth and ninth grades at large and faithful body of men who I

and'Mrs. J. K. Swick are the tending St. Joseph's academy, and drive the baby carriages. Market.L&\\t

though all succeeded fairly well con- I
happy parents of a sweet little daughter PENNSYLVANIA PICNIC AT RUS-
sidering the difficulty of the test, the WANTED-Two furnished rooms for :
,, who arrived at their home this SELL'S POINT following pupils deserve honorable light housekeeping, close in, rent Shoe Polish 3 in 1. We

week. Their friends offer best wishes reasonable. Address L. S., care Sen :

for the future of the little lady. The Pennsylvania basket picnic, mention: tinel. 2-27-3t I II have it.
Miss Mabel Lundgren, 97 per cent.; I
which is an annual affair, will be heldon
Miss :Marie Barksdale, 96 per cent.; WANTED-All parties who had mail :
Mrs. T. S. Price, of Douglass, Ga. Saturday, February 28th, at Russell's addressed "Motor" "B Educator Toilet Soap Makes the
"F. R.
Miss Marie Floyd, 95 per cent.; :Miss ;
arived in Orlando yesterday afternoonand amusement park, on Lake Ivan- "A" and "X. Y. Z." to call at this
is visiting at the pretty homeof hoe. All Pennsylvanians in the vicin- Ferne Ross, 95 per cent.; Miss Clara office and get same. 2-27-3t Skin Soft and White.
Bloss, 95 per cent.; Master Edwin :Mc-
Mr. and Mrs. B. Drew on Lake ity and their friends are inivted, and

Eola. Mrs. Price is a niece of Mr. are expected to bring well filled bas- Dowell, 90 per cent. FOR RENT FURNISHED-A plea,
E I ant bed room, three blocks from
Drew. kets. The committee in charge will
W. C. T. U. MEETING court house. No children. Apply at
be on the grounds at 10 a. m. Dinner the Woman's Exchange. 2-27-tf THE SANITARY GROCERY I

Mr. and Mrs. John R. Cary arrived served between 12 and 1 o'clock. Music
A Frances Willard memorial meet-
Tuesday from Baltimore, Md., to in the pavilion in the afternoon. Eat what you want.
ing will be held in the Presbyterian Eat all want. CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
you
spend several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. In case of rain dinner will be servedin
Sunday school room Friday afternoonat Take a postscript and forget it.
Cary are cousins of Mr. and Mrs. Ar- the pavilion. The automobile hack 3 o'clock. A cordial invitation is For sale by all durggists. 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street *

thur W. Cary; at 702 Broadway, and will leave Guernsey's corner from ten l7d&wlyrOSTEOPATHY
extended to all visitors.
are being entertained by them part o'clock on, fare, ten cents round trip.

of the time.
The members of the Summerlin After next Monday, the man who is CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

not registered will have only himselfto
Mr. end Mrs. G. Y. Fowler over Bridge club have unanimously decidedto DR. J. C .HOWELL ItMOMtMMMMMiHtMMMIIHIMtiilHISpecial ,,
blame, and when he finds himself
from Daytona, while here they enjoyed discontinue their club games -
unable to vote, he can remember that Hours, 10-12,3.5, and by appointment
and of Mrs.G. through Lent, hence will not meet .
the fair were guest his previous indifference is alone re- Xo extra charge for house treatment .' 1IF
Max Smith and Mrs. Gard. Mr. again till after Easter. Telephone connections
sponsible.A .
Fowler is a prominent newspaperman Office cor. Orange and Central Aves. Bargains

of Frankfort, Ind. This was Happy is the newspaper man when
he receives the few silk Kimonas to close out at
their first trip to our city and they news. a bargain at Boardman's "Store of LUTHER THE FLORISTCut

were much pleased with Orlando and
.
REDUCTION SALE of Japanese Satisfaction. It Flowers
especially the general of
the business section.Mr. appearance hand embroidered and hand paintedsilk 1 Four Cadillac $350
gauze dress patterns, prettierand White Corduroy suitable for Ladies'Skirts ROSES,' VIOLETS, Passenger

more durable than chiffon, just and Suits at Boardman's, "The
Sam G. Goss of the CARNATIONS, PANSIES,
president the thing for the new draperies.Woman's i Store of Satisfaction. It 1-Five Passenger Hudson $500 E
Goss Printing Press company, of Qii i
Exchange, Monday, March POTTED PLANTS
cago, was a visitor at the Sentinel
2nd
March
office Mr. Goss is of to 6th. 2.26-3t These in good shape good
yesterday. one
cars are ,
Try us when you need printing. Nojob FOR SALE-At a bargan, if takenat
the most successful press marnfac- too large or small.W. once: One two-chair barbershop
turers in the United States, and in I known as the "0. Ke," at 203 I Good Wood $1.50) tires and ready to run.

addition to that he is an exceptionally Boone street, doing good business;

pleasant gentleman who is not so absorbed T. ERICA, 10 acres good land just outside city Better Wood t $2 and $2.25 i

in business that he hasn't timeto Painter ideas and and old interior ones, too.decorator.Fhone New 636. : limits.grapefruit 125, tangerines bearing ,orange mandarines.trees, Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75; San Juan Garage Co.
be
nice
to his friends. lIe Is combining Expert workmen employed. and two large pecan tree: lour room
I house new barn good horse and r:
pleasure with business on his jr.
This won't last long,
visit farming implements. This place is
through Florida. -. WOOD, COAL AND ICE located near Clear lake. Owner wantsto Stock up while you can.Orlando All Night Service
Wood sell on account of hea1 h. Add"e's
$1.50 a strand up. Hand'sCoal
Huh S. Miller, Orlando, or ('3:1: at
TEX YEARS IX ORLANDO Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf 203: Boone street. 2-_5-tf W Yard

i TIRES don't cost more and are 3
Chiropodist for both men and women AJAX any guaranteed
Manicure, pedicure, face and- Eat what you want. W. T. EXTRICAN. I 1 104 W. Pine St. for five thousand miles. .
scalp massage. Feet a specialty L. Eat all you want. Offers to Orlando the newest and best i
J. Mustard, 117 Orange avenue over Take a postscript and forget it. of workmanship in the painting and B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor 1v s.S5. s.
Curtis & O'Neals; store. 2-6-1m For sale. by all druggists. decorating trade. Phone 636.121lm t
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r J Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2-26-wim

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The South's substitute for
the Irish
Notice of Lost Wanted, For Sale, For :
Rent, etc., for this column 25c for one day. potato. Very productive. More I
hoc for three days, or $1.00 for one week, for yields up to 500 bushels per acre. En-I
New ArrivalsRatines 25 words or less. Money must accompanythe dorsed by the Agricultural Depart-. California Bungalows
advertisements for this column,
as no
x insertions will be made on credit. rent, Washington D. C. Now is the I
$1,000 Buys a five-room house and time to plant. For seed apply to
P. F. LAUBACH, Fine Location. Lot
lot within one block of Lake Eola. Large t
Eponges, Crepes, Poplins, Terry See Frank Soper, Room 3, McNeill & Orlando, Fla.

Cloth, Lawns in the latest colors. 'Ladies Davis Bldg. 2-18-10t FOR REM Only one left to sell

Home Journal Patterns at FOR SALE-Bicycle for sale, or will FOR RENT5room.house. partly j : Four built and sold in less than 3 months.
r exchange for second hand buggy. furnished. See Frank Soper, Room i
Y M. W. Heatherington, R. F. D. No. 2, 3, McNeill & Davis Bldg. 2-18-10t I Best values ever offered in Orlando

McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT I Orlando. 2-22-14 FOR RENT-Large attractive room", : Price $2 750

FOR SALE in new bungalow. 203 Ridgewood;

I An elegant modern home; four bedrooms avenue. 2-4 tf I
STORE I ; two bath rooms; gas and elec- \ : Inspect No. 5 today.

tricity throughout; fruit trees and FURNISHED ROOMS'in a new mod
flowers. 509 East Central avenue. ern home, with kitchenette if de-! : An ideal all year round home-at a low price.
128 S. Orange Ave. 215tfTHIRTY sired. Apply 14 East Amelia, next' .
door to Wj oming. 2-24-3t

ACRES, high, fine round I i
I timber; cut over once; three acres FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom FRED. B. DALE Owner :
cleared and planted in orange and to persons wishing suburban 11 ,
grapefruit; lake front and beautiful accommodations; also 2 acres good I I'
location for a home; one mile and a truck land, close in. Good opportu- 306 Anderson Street
.HIIIIIIIMItMIMIIIIttlllliMMtiliiMMItMMIIMSTATE quarter from Ocoee. $800. A. M. nity for right person. Address "A," .
\Clarke, Ocoee, Fla. 1-28-tf L Sentinel. 9-8tf
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den, tall rose bushes with pink and
(From the Gainesville Sun) :
t yellow blooms were festooned over See Corner I
The Durden block erect-
new being
the boat and under these sat four lit- MllllNtRY OPENING[ POSTPONED
ed in Lake Butler is nearing comple-
tle rose maidens, their heads and _
tion and to date restaurant
an up whole figures entirely covered by
; will open in it for business this their costumes so as to represent full Lake and Anderson : Wednesday and ThursdayMarch

week. .
.blown roses from which the petals .
4th and 5th
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scattered as they glided about over
The new Buffalo avenue school the water. StreetsliMHtlttttllllllMltlMHHIMItltttttMtMIMIIil
building in Tampa was dedicated Fri- .
The public cordially invited.
day night. The building is commo- .
Telephone the Sentinel your news .
dious and modern in every detail It
items. It will be appreciated. *
was erected at a cost of $16,720 com
: plete, including plumbing, electric I I USSES: HAULM & DUNN
works, etc. I FOR SALE SEE H. H. WITHERINGTON for a1 i I 1 FOR SALE OR RENT-House furnished -
I 20 acres located three miles from bargain in a winter home at Apopka, or unfurnished. Also two
city on proposed brick road; eight Orange county, Florida. I I lots for sale. Apply to Mrs. McDade,
Several plans for the new bank acres bearing grove; two acres 2-13-6t.lt w 307 Broadway. 2-20-lw
building to be erected in Dade City cleared and ten acres timber; four FOR RENT-Furnished dwelling, 7 Agents for Barclay Corsets
have been submitted by architects, room cottage. Price $3,500. FOR SALE-600 acres of high grade I rooms with bath and extra toilet on
but none have yet been adopted. All 25 acres four miles from city; ten citrus land; 2 miles facing Orlando I first floor; 210 Ridgewood avenue. 1 I McCall's Patterns
of them provide for water, lights and acres in grove, four hundred bearing and Oakland brick road, and 21-2 I have to return north. Call to see me,
orange and two hundred threeyearold miles on lake shore. S. S. Griffin,
steam heat in the building, which will grapefruit trees; twelve acresfruit Orlando, Fla. :HOUSE FOR RENT-Six rooms,.
make it the most desirable business land and three acres garden modern; located at 311 N. Orange
property in that city. land; cottage and barn, located on FOR EXCHANGE avenue. Call at 311 N. Orange ave-
lake front. Price $5,000. nue. 2-24-tf ..till 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 I1111 I.
70 acres choice fruit and vegetableland 160-acre farm in southern Kansas,
At a recent meeting of the St. Petersburg half under plow' balance pasture; all
; three and one-half miles from THE ST. JAMES, 308 West street. Real Estate Agents, Investors and HomeseekersATTENTION
board of trade, Charles R. city. Price $30 acre. fenced; best of soft water within 15
per week.
Rooms, $3.50 to $5.00
per
to 20 feet of surface; house and 2
Hall was elected president and Ar- Five-room cottage and lot one hun- Large verandas. Everything new !
wells wind mill
; close to good school;
thur L Johnson, vicepresident.The dred main by four hundred feet; located on six miles of county seat and two oth- and modern. 2-22.1w
highway leading out of
city.
Price $2,000.Five er railroad towns; title!iperfect. Wm. I I offer for$1,900 two-story, six-room cottage, with
Missouri Synod Lutherans who i acres of bearing orange grove, L. Coryell, 201 Concord avenue, Or- ATTENTION heme, HOMESEEKERSA rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, nurth.
lando. 2-25-lw pretty on Conway clay
recently erected a church in Dixie- well located. Price $2,000. road; choice land, at bargain price. Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also
land, one of Lakeland's prettiest sub- 140 acres overlooking a beautiful See R. B. Perry, at Water Works. six-room bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special
lake
one and one-fourth miles from FOR SALE
urbs, dedicated their new house of railroad station and house 2-15-10t heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy base-
packing ;I Forty-acre farm, located rear Con-
worship Sunday before last. A num- 20' acres bearing orange grove con-i way. Most all under cultivation. MISCELLANEOUS ment, wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or
ber of people from Tampa who are taining fourteen hundred trees. The I' Good soil. Public road on two sides. furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery.
interested in this church attended the remaining land is high grade fruit Lake on one corner. Seven acres of ESTRAYED-From Lake Conway, a House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These
and garden soil. Price $12,000. orange and grapefruit trees, all in dark bay mare, thick set, western with house between. I
dedicatory service. .*... 2,000 acres choice fruit land, well fine condition. Well fenced. branded, about eight years old, scar lots connect at the corners, rose
u r located. Can be had at a bargain. Also, lots, two minutes walk off on right shoulder, recently clipped. offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission.

The elegant new Presbyterian J. E. CRAWFORD, Orange avenue, filled with fruit trees. Reward. M. Scott, Box 711, Orlando Open to all. .* ...-. -- ..
church in Eustis has been completedand Office Over'Blue Drug Store, Apply to W. H. Hazlett, 614 N. Or- Fla. 2-22-4t
117 South Orange Ave. Phone 404, ange avenue, Orlando, Fla. 2.18-1w
COY
was occupied for the first time Orlando, Florida, WANTED-An experienced Japanesecook E. N. I
last Sunday. *,+: yr < "._ 2-20-t{ .. -- - would like position in private
j IJ-\. j"- .. -1:::' J FOR SALE family.2-15-10t Inquire at Sentinel office. . 307 West St., North,0rlando .

Tuesday of last week was a big day Pure Georgia cane syrup, in any .
I Also seed WANTED-Ladies to bring those
at Mount Dora. This FOR SALE quantity. Georgia peanutsof
was the day early and late varieties. Will havein combings to us. Don't destroy
appointed by the Mount Dora Yacht Six hundred acres timber land, and .
few days variety of seed corn; also I them. We will make what you want.
club for the annual regatta. The day ten acre orange grove, with two milesof Georgia smoked meat in hams, mid- Come and see our stock and examineour


i thronged was ideal the and club thousands house,of boat spectators houses'citrus one lake of will centers the shore greatest,of near Florida.Winter trucking The Garden orange and, dlings street W., the and R.cheap King's shoulders cash, 47, grocer.West Headquartersat Church you Our work.stock haven't is We the genuine.invite hair inspection.we We supply make everything it.If- S ll SCl ril llle} l IDl r t 11e ell ntin l e l. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII


ber and the of shores the boats of Lake were Dora.handsomely A num- crop investment.pay Terms.interest S.on S.the Griffin whole, Yours"The with Georgia thanks Man, ," combings.to Nickolas order. Will& Nickolas pay cash, 305 for ,

owner, Orlando, Fla.
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56 00 per week. $8.00 per week. Board and Room by the ( )
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Ladies' hair dressing, massage, NICE HOME FOR SALEA 4 tMiniitttltHtliiilMMIIIIIIMMIIIIItltllll
SIT electric drier. Gem Barber Bargain for Some Person Homes For Sale
NOYft[ BAll f FOR R SMART shampoo, 1-2-tf I New house in good repair, painted j

Shop. and papered, piazza and one screened.
AT PAlM BEACH HOTEL[ I Five acres in the lot. Young orange $3500-Modern seven-room house, THE MARKETOf
and
grapefruit of 325 trees
Miss Dye, the art teacher at the just coming into grove bearing. 100 peach NEW. Two screened porches, :
Corner lot Well screned. Elec- .
Cathedral school announces that instruction -
trees, 8 Japanese persimmon trees,
Two Thousand Dancers Participatedin tric fixtures, gas range, and : Cleanliness Of
in her department is open I roses and shrubs in front yard. Good shades to all windows. Close in. QualityFRESH
Washington Birthday Fete at water. Situated clay road to Pine I
to the general public as well as to on A genuine bargain. I
Castle Drennen Station. Also
Florida Resort near
members of the school.' Arrange- 10 acres on the clay road, suitable $;)500-Within one block of Lake Lu- : AND SALT MEATS
ments may be made for instruction in for orange and grapefruit trees or cerne. Fine modern home seven I
The Washington birthday ball is always art jewelry, including elementarywork gardening. Any one wanting a Flor- rooms. FURNISHED. Lot 60x : FISH AND GAME
the most notable social event of I silver and brass. ida home will do well to call at "MasI 310-29 choice budded fouryearold -
Beach in copper sachusetts Villa." trees. God garden. Fifty fine under the best conditions.
the fashionable season at Palm tf Kept sanitary
Terms seventy-five cents an hour. I A. D. TURNER. Rhode Island Red chickens included -
and Monday night a ball that was
in sale. Do overlook
not
way out of the ordinary engagedmore I I this. | Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

than 2,000 dancers at the Royal ,$3730-Completely furnished home. and pure.
Poinciana. Modern in every respect. Rent-
To the West and Northwest
j the ed till November 1st at $60 per J We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
of
The size, beauty and mirth month. Income is 19 per cent on
c fete were its crowning attractions. -VIA- the investment and you will havea everything in the Meat Line.

Scores of the best known people in home next winter when you

America had planned for it. In the DIXIE LIMITED DIXIE FLYER AND want it.$1750Onehalf.
block from Lake Lu- I
whirling throng, fresh from cham- cerne. Modern seven-room The PARLOR MARKET

pagne dinners, and timed to the min- SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITEDSOUTH house. Lot 68x332. Choice bud- '

ute for the dance, were many of the ded fruit. Exclusive neighbor-
famous beauties of the country. Limited.Dixie Dixie Flyer. ATLANTIC LIMITED hood. H. M. Self & Co.

The hall 450 feet 200 dec- A. C. L..12:31 3:13pmr y Orlando ........................ 3:13 pm
by was Lv Orlando .. ........ .. '
Jacksonville A. C. L.... 6:45 am 7:30pm r Jacksonville . ... ... 1:30 pm
orated with smilax, palms and roses. Lv Jacksonville A. C. L... 9:35 am 8:25 pm v Jacksonville, A. C. L. ........... 8:15pm PINE STREET
............ Cooper & Atha
and red A. C. L......11:50am 10:25pmAr v Waycross A. C. L. .10:20 pm
There colored lights Lv Waycroes
were ..............
Macon G. S. &; F....... li:13 pm 4:l5am Ar Macon. G. S. & F. 3:46am
fire. Ropes of smilax formed the ceil- Ar Atlanta C. of Ga....... 8:03 pm 7:25 am Ar Atlanta C. of Ga. .............. 7:12am Phone No. 80IIIMIiiltltitllllitttMllillllMlttlllllllliailiai
Knoxville, L. & N. ............12:19pm lIt South Orange Ave., Ground Floor
ing. Oriental hangings and shields Ar Chattanooga W. & A..12:18am 11:55am Ar Corbin. L. & N. ................ 3:16pm
decorated the columns at the sides. Ar Nashville. N. C. & St. L. 4:50 am 4:30 pm Ar Louisville, L. & N. .............. 9:00 pm Phone No. 311 *
Ar Indianapolis. Pa. L. ............ 1:50 am I
The orchestra was in a Greek temple, Ar St. Louis, L C.&L.&N. 2:5Opm 1:20 am
Ar Lexington L. & N. ............ 6:lU pm
around which incense and red flame Ar Hopkinsville, L & N.......... 6:27 pm Ar Cincinanti L. & N- ............. 8:50 pm
burned in large braziers.At Ar Evansville L. & N..... 9:28 am 9:25pm I Ar Kalamazoo G. R. & 1. ..........12:20 pm .
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Ar Terre Haute, C. & E. L. 1:10pm 1:01am Ar Grand Rapids G. R. & I. 2:45 pmAr IMIMMMHtttllMMMIItllMIMMMMMMIMIMim
midnight the great bells of satin]Ar Chicago, C. 4 E. L..... 6:50 pm 6:50 am Cleveland, Big_Four ............. 7:15 am
swung downward from the roof, un-
rolling thousands of yards of serpen-I DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
Solid train. composed of section drawing- Solid train composed of electric lighted
confetti. While the
and
tine
paper sleeping cars, observation compartment
dancers were tangled up in these, room cars and dining car, between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches W. M. SLEMONS
Chicago and section drawing-room sleepingar between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and
spotlights were thrown on them from between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Jacksonville, Louisville ana Indianapolis;

the four corners. DIXIE FLYER i(through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
.
i Solid train carrying electric lighted com- Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between
artment, observation sleepers. and electlie\ Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on :Mondaysand
IMMENSE NEW OCEAN LINER ighted section drawing-room sleepers. Kirt- Thursdays of each week. Dining car
lass coaches and smoking car. Dining car New Goods '
erves meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati. Arriving Daily
The largest ocean vessel afloat, the ,
t Imperator, is son to yield first placeto
AND IKFORMATIOX WRITE OR CALL ON
TICKETS PULLMAN RESERVATIONS
Vaterland the vessel under F9R
construction and nearing new completion.The >%. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent.
Vaterland measures 950 feet in Atlantic Coast Line, Orlando ,

length, 100 feet in width, and is of ,

58,000 tons burden. She will sail on .. ............ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ..
her maiden trip to New York in the ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...... . . ". ". "t. -
spring. I II I We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

I
I made by Schlpss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes. .\
Ever Try our Classified Ads. I
I
I Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels. '

They have proven their worth many I
times and will be just as valuable to J Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co. .
you if put to the test. Let them be :
your agent in: & Co. v.t..tJ' : Best place in the city to trade. &
Renting a house, selling property or OLIVE[ Oil
anything on the market, finding lost
articles, securing help or positonsin .
a thousand ways they can be used .

I profitably. W. SLEMONS


W. T. ENTRICAN, ,

Makes' a specialty of painting, paper- ORANGE AVENUE
ing, refinishing floors, furniture, etc.
Phone 636. 1-21-lm The Olive Oil we sell is guaranteedto .

be absolutely pure, of Virgin Qual- : HlllliMHimiliiniiMMmillMMMMtMMII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIttenmmmnmmmm1
TO ALL CITY TAX PAYERS: I
ity and is made from Selected Olives I
You are required by section 4 of I
the state law governing the assess- : grown on the Italian Riviera. Thisis .
ment and collection of taxes in this .
city, to make your returns by March the finest grade of Olive Oil possi-
i v, 1st of each year. The act reads: : : CO iMMMMMMMtiMMIMBlEErtf
1 "All persons, corporations arid firms ble to produce, therefore highly recommended _I SMUitiiiiiiiMiiirifrm+

owning real or personal property taxable : for medicinal and table MM*
by the city are hereby required t llMiOM Ml Will !++++
to make return of the same to the I use. : ,
assessor before the first day of March : .. "
of each year." I Per Pint, 50 cents.
The returns shall contain a com- :
plete list and description of all taxI,I Per Quart, $1.00. Orlando
able property belonging to such perI I
son, corporation or firm on the first : Per Gallon, 350. .
day of January in the year for which
the return is made, together with the Co.
Water 8z
full cash value of each item thereof, Light
including the full cash value of each
piece of real estate."
If the names of owners are not .
known all real estate will be assessed ElectricityGas
t to "unknown owner," and personal! ..
property will be assessed in a lumpas .
"personal property," according to .. Water Ice
the best information obtainable.If .
returns, are not made some .
guess work will have to be indulgedin ..

by trouble the assessor.by making Better returns save now.future II II O.ffice--No. [J 8 West Central Avenue - .

C. A. BOONE, City Assessor.

DeLaney & AbernethyDRUGGISTS : --
There's a reason why you should I Telephone ''r..
advertise in the Sentinel And that : ,

reason is-it produces results. I .


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and
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; Examiner George 'P. '$ '
*; .r' Boyle, representing <
4. i the Interstate Commerce Commissioner ; !- ;
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... in Jacksonville '
Wednesday.
; : TIif'STATE ANKOfORIANDO In attendance at the session were'I! i !
WllSTRS( !(
number of
a prominent attorneys,I 1 \ .
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i +7pyt 11 traffic officials, as also many grow -=-== .... = :
ers, shippers and merchants. '; "
Many witnesses =z Ami ( :. ;.
were called, a great I === I ( llssiitonls i ,'fj . .
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mass of whom expressed their entire == '.,
satisfaction with the character of ? \

I equipment provided, as being suitable i-= Lock-your: valiialxlos(: ] onv( vauli -

., for the purposes for which it was intended : .

Florida, w Citrus representative Exchange and of the of I1 (luringiiio{( \ Fairyya v/ill\ cars for .'

LONG ESTABLISHEDSAFE.CONSERVAT1VE.ACCCMMODATING Chase & Co., gave instances of dis-; t .(
'lt1:1J''O"'I)
satisfaction as to the character of =' oJ you( 't1/j'l't\ plaasm-o lull

equipment furnished and as to the .. ,
deficiencies which must have arisen in : ==== \-IHlf'\11f:'c ..I\t\;-'it)g)1i ;..,

Ii the handling of the cars in,transit by .. '
The Number of Robberies i i failure to' properly re-ice, -bringing

[ about damage to the r
products at des 1 -.
| shows how important it is to place your valuables tination. II --"'--- --..

beyond the reach of theft, I aminer The handling Boyle was of the the matter subject by of Ex favorable ;! "JI( IS( A t <<. 5 ,1Ti l ro

p Our vault gives you the best protection-it is comment by those who were i
present, as being intelligent, fair and! 1)1 j\ '( 1;() r
not only Burglar Proof but Fire Proof complete.The ../..v&V U J\J!,

:_ Safe Deposit Boxes for rent $1.00 and up per Interstate Commerce Commission 5.. '
is going into the question of pri-

year. vate car refrigerator service quite
I
fully and it was thought that one of I ,

1the purposes it has in view is to de-

| termine how far carriers, growers .1
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THE STATE BANKOFORLANDO and shippers should rely solely upon =

,. J facilities supplied by private carl ines;:
or whether the railroad lines them-!


r9w selves equipment.sion is should anxious Incidentally supply to know this the the character character commis-of ;i J ft CB@l S @ltB( ]DB1I)( >>@ ii t\n y


i II of service supplied by the private carlines
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the conditions under which it is
f furnished, and what dissatisfaction,I iThI
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IE TAX RETURNS MUST BE for the taxable period amounted to THE PARK SHOW ALWAYS IMPROVES _II
k I
MADE BY MARCH 1 $2,500 or more are required to file V
the report. Next week the C. W. Park Dramat nliu l..r. .
-
ic company will present a series of I
4 :This applies to all corporations in I
The collector of internal ,
revenue the state as individuals under the best high class royalty plays ever LENTEN SERMONS AT THE AUTO PARADE OF PETER PAN who has been in the city for several
H. H. Lewis, desires to impress coming
upon
r the public the fact that all the law, all returns to be made to presented anywhere at popular prices. CATHOLIC CHURCH MINSTRELS TODAY days rehearsing the minstrels, says
corporation Beginning Monday night with that that she is well
pleased with the
H. H. Lewis man-
whose deputy collectorsare
; SPan
and individual The Peter
requiredto Minstrelswill
reports Society
greatest of all Western dramas, "The ner in which the members of the
Miss Gertiude Dzialynski and A. Lent series of com-
sermons
be made During a
under the provisions of "
Half Breed, to be followed each have a parade today, starting have
pany acquitted themselves in
a the federal income tax law for the S. Clark, the field deputy being E. L. appropriate to the season will be the
with from the Lucerne theater, where the'
t' night a new play of equally high rehearsals, and she is certain that
McDaniel.
year 1913 must be on file in his office delivered on Sunday nights in the '
minstrels will
standard, and don't tonight. All
forget the great appear the entertainment tonight will be
: not later than March 1, says the While it has been said that there vaudeville features given between thee Catholic church by priests invited by I the members of the company will be rarest ever seen in0rlando. The one
Times-Union of has been lack of the. The Rev. M. McNally, S. pa-
yesterday.The a courtesy in som pastor.
in the
and the
acts of each play and changed nightly I parade automobiles rade begins at 12 o'clock today, and
law provides heavy penalties offices, many compliments have been without extra charge. J., rector of the Sacred Heart church, in which they ride will be appropri-I i will include the principal streets of
for failure to make these returns. given the Florida office for the courtesy Everything for one price 6f admis Tampa, will preach next Sunday ately decorated with banners telling; the town. .

All corporations, whether operatingat extended and the able manner, sion-only fifteen cents to everybody. night at 7:30. All are cordially in- of the features of the attraction. The

M 'a profit or a loss during the year in which the business of the office is vited. I seat sale as Estes' drug store opened I I

1913, are required to make the report being transacted. White dresses for Children from 6 with a great demand for tickets, and I II A nice line of Percales and Ging-

Only such individuals, whether months to 14 years at Boardman's, Take your repairing to Warman on'I it seems likely that there will be a I hams; ask to see them at Boardman's

1 married or single, whose net income For the news, read The Sentinel. "Store of Satisfaction." It Court street. 12-5-tf' packed house. Miss J. Pearle Rogers, "Store of Satisfaction. It

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The Latest Fad-BEADS . . . . . . . ode; to $1.50 Shirt Waist' Hats. Come in and get posted on the new Iron and Brass Beds, Ice Chests, Office Furniture, Oil

New Ratine Shepard Plaids . . . . . . . . $1.00 yd.
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Hosiery, Underwear, Shirts, Neckwear, Arrow for tongue to protect the body from the lacing. Shades, the Standard of. the World; Full Line of Haviland
Bien Jolie Brassiers-the Newest Corset Covers. .
Brand Collars, Boy's Clothing, Palm Beach and Mohair Full line of Children's Corset Waists. We do fitting.French and Germna China.

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