Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00342
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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 28, 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: VID00342
Source Institution: 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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1 AffAIRS KfrT BY BRYAN Revision sideration of Traffic_by Laws City Body Given Con- Supervisor His Office Williams to Receive Will Namesof Remain in BUILDING AND H HO W IT I IS [EFFECTED[ T[

Yesterday Voters

Much time the
was up by Though the district registrationbooks
.. FILLED HEINOUS WITH STORIES CRIMES PACKING MACHINERY HERE city'commission. yesterday in hearing, will close today, Supervisor F. I HOME OWNERS IN CHARLOTTE[ WITH PROFIT -

read a draft of a proposed traffic H. Williams will allow the voters of

ordinance prepared and read by City the two Orlando districts an extra
Location Sought by Man Who Owns Mr. E. L. Keesler Delivers InterestingTalk .
1Ell OUT DESPITE WARNING Interest in Several Valuable Attorney Louis C. Massey. day and will remain in his office Mon- on Subject to an At- ST. PETERSBURG'S[ FINEEXAMPLE\

Some passages of the old ordinancethe day to receive the names of any who
Patents tentive Audience
city attorney transferred into the may wish to enter them..
new ordinance, others he had revised The law says that the books shall I _
OF SENATE WILL ASK Seeking location for an establish- That the city of Charlotte, JJ. C., HAS FIFTY MILES OF PAVED
and made clearer and more specific, be kept open from the first Mondayof
SECRETARY TO EXPLAINAT ment to manufacture fruit packing has a greater percentage of homeowners STREETS AND IS OTHERWISE -
and other articles were entirely new .January, 1914, to the first Mondayof
machinery, a gentleman who owns an in proportion to the popula- '
EARLY MEETING and some of them radical. These March, 1914. There is the shadowof PROGRESSIVE
interest in several patents on machinery tion than any city in the country, and
is in Orlando and latter relate to the parking of cars I a doubt in the mind of the super-
of this kind that this result has been brought
the business streets and the visor that the books at five Preferring to be known as "cas-
Washington, Feb., 27-Special-) will probably find conditions satis- on to closing about through the activity of the a
The ,private files of the state department factory for his proposed business.He regulation of traffic about the rail- o'clock this evening is carrying out building and loan associations was an ual visitor," a gentleman who pos-
glutted with affidavits like road stations. the full intent of the law, so he purposes made sesses unusual faculties and oppor-
are interviewed a number of lead interesting statement by Mr.
; first made public to make an extra day of it, and tunities for critical observation recently -
which The commissioners
those were ing citizens yesterday, and expressed are giving E. L. Keesler in his address at the *
l yesterday, according to officials underfSecretary himself favorably impressed and thoughtful consideration to the new keep the books open Monday. Rest and Tea Room Thursday even I visited St. Petersburg, Fla., .
as i and at the of the Sentinel he _
articles before It be that the for the request
"l Bryan. proceeded about the matter of secur- incorporating them. may necessity ing.
has the' readers
of this
f :!t toerg from wives, husbands, f ath. ing a desirable site. The fact that it After the ordinance is adopted it will supervisor to be in the office Mondayto Mr. Keesler arrived on a belated the result given of his investigations.This paper.

'.' rsr;children, and bearing the signs would be possible for him to get the require some time for the policemenand receive the! books of the district train, and it was due to this circum- observer has devoted the
future of the American consul have iron work done at the South Florida the people' to become familiar officers had its weight in causing him stance that many concluded that the of his article
greater to
I'been; suppressed by hundreds in the foundry as cheaply and as well as it with them, and for that reason it will to reach the decision to keep the lists date for the. address had been post I part of how it happens an that explanation -

/interest of "public policy." I could be done in any part of the coun- be several months, perhaps, before open. In any event any belated way- poned and consequently did not hear city of about ten thousand populationhas a
.. the traffic of the city is regulated farer who fails to get in today will
United 'States senators today expressed try was both a surprise and an ad- the speaker. Those who remained fifty miles of paved streets and
indignation when they read vantage, that he had hardly calculated strictly according to the ideas which have a chance Monday. until his arrival were well repaid for more than twice that mileage of

tie "revelations. Their unanimous upon.It prompted its adoption.TAFIiSAYSAEI. There were several to register yes- their patience, however, for Mr. Keeslers paved sidewalks. The question is peculiarly '

oration was that something' must is said that much of the 'citrus terday, running the total to 586. The address was filled with interest- pertinent in Orlando at this

[done and soon. fruit packing machinery now used in list is growing slowly, and will prob ing data concerning the operation of time. The city is just upon the vergeof
cretary Bryan when asked if he Florida is brought from California, LIKE[ THE POWROf [ ably reach 700 for the two Orlando the building and loan plan. He is spending a large amount for street

[:any comment on the disclosure and it appears that the character of districts. The district books are ex- president of the North Carolina paving. When that is spent the sys-
atejnents showing maltreatment the enterprise proposed is one which PATRONAGE pected to close, this afternoon and be League of B. & L associations, and tem will lack much of being,completed. -

[murder of Americans living inbo' bids for almost instant success, in returned to the supervisor Monday. is secretary of one of the most pros- How long will it be before the
discuss ther. the the fruit indus- perous associations in that state, hav- voters authorize
said he could not view of fact that are willing to another -
try in Florida is just now in its in Former President Appears Before I ing had fifteen years of active expe- bond issue? Several years, per-

'|te d artmentf officials explained fancy. The Orlando Board of Trade House Judiciary Committee INDIAN BABY BORN IN ORLANDO O ;rience in the business. haps. In the meantime street paving

lecretary Bryan had ordered secy will probably assist the party in se- Urging Court Reforms Mr.N Keesler came to Orlando at the will stop though the town will con
in all matters relating to Mex- curing a 'site.ISBURC mS[ IN JAM A invitation of the Orlando Mutual B. tinue to grow. St. Petersburg has a

o. They have positive orders that & L. association, recently organized, better plan, as shown in the article
submitted to them must Washington, Feb. 27.-Former and he spent the day yesterday in circulating which follows:

e question referred to the secretary. l[[ MAYOR DIES[ AHfR house President judiciary Taft appeared committee before today the in Infant Is Buried in the Catholic Cemetery t business among and the further professional enlightening and St. Petersburg has grown to be a
men -
After Service by place of great importance; with tour-
_In spite of1 this censorship two offi- BRIEF ILLNESS[ IN BAlTIM RE R[ the capacity of head of the AmericanBar Father Poche them concerning the inaugurationof ists and winter home'seekers, becauseof
.a ils. admitted that consular reports association and urged freeing
the system. His earnestness its climate and beautiful surround-
[escribing horrible outrages on wo- federal courts of of
one source possi-
enthusiasm impressed all that Or-
_ ings, the water front, back bay and
frien.and children in Mexico had been ble weakness by taking from judgesthe in Orlando who visited
Many people had taken
: L. E. Dozier, Public Spirited Citizen lando a long step toward Pass-a-Grille beach near at hand'and
1 >pt secret. to appoint court attaches.He theater the
and President State Chamber of power the Favorite during developing the town as a city of home something is found for amusementat
Those senators who were willing to was warmly greeted by members engagement of Chief Red Eagle and owners in the organization of suchan all times.

'Ik" today made it plain that they I Commerce, Passes Away of the committee and exchanged his wife, Sioux Indians, will regretto institution. The city has upward of 50 miles /of

?,_ notyet, ready to take action. cordial hand shakes with ,men who learn that the papoose who was The Orlando association will not be well paved brick streets and some 125

Senator Swanson of Virginia, member Baltimore, Md., Feb. 21.-La"'Tence formerly sought his counsel in the born while the Indians were in this open for business until after the char- miles of tiled sidewalk, so that auto-

of the foreign' relations committee, E. Dozier, eight times mayor of Lees- White House. With several other city, died in Tampa Thursday. The ter is received, but in the mean time mobiling and walking is fy pleasure.

#\ refused to make a statement but said burg, Fla., died here today. Mayo: members of the association, Mr. Taft Tampa Times of yesterday containsthe the secretary, Mr. Douglas R. Ellerbe, They have electric car lines out into

1.1 the committee, expected Secretary Dozier reached Baltimore some time advocated passage of the Clayton bill following notice: is active in looking after the several the suburbs in several directions, with

ryan, to confer 'with them in a fewdays ago from Washington to undergo an to authorize the supreme court to pre- Clyde Blue Shirt, the young son of i preliminaries necessary to begin I up to date equipment. These cars

tI; < >regarding. 'the Mexican situa operation, but his condition did not scribe rules for federal courts on the Chief Red Eagle and Minnie Sky I operations. run to ferries to Pass-a-Grille, wherein
\: tion. improve and he died this morning.: common law side. Eagle, two Indians who came here a twenty minutes' ride a beach is'
Mr. Dozier left Leesburg for Wash- "All men delight in the exercise of short time ago to appear in a local found extending for miles with safe
tiii ington to work in behalf of certain patronage," Judge Taft said. "Of vaudeville show, died yesterday afternoon TWO lAND DEALERS[ lAD[ surf bathincr.
HELD ACCOUNTABlE FORt waterways matters in Florida and on course," he added with a smile, "on i at 1612 Pierce street. Funeral Boats to and from Tampa are run

DEATH OF finishing his work. in the capital de- this matter I speaking to the Re- services were conducted this after-I GUm TO fRAUD CHARGE[ at frequent !intervals during the day,
VfRGrnA[ Ge.R [
cided to take treatment for his ail- publicans of your committee, not the noon by Father Poche of the Catholic affording a delightful sail of two
ment in a Baltimore sanitarium.Mr. Democrats." church, and interment was in the hours in either direction. Trains are

t One of the troubles with life ap- Catholic cemetery.The I Men Representing Florida Fruit run from Jacksonville, direct with

,eretary' Bryan, Makes Demand on Dozier was the foremost ad- pointments for judges, he said, was Indians have been here only a 1 Lands Company Admit They Did sleeping car equipment to this city,

: Dictator. for Punishment of vocate of the improvement of the that the temptation was strong to few days. The Indian papoose was Not Deal Squarely and it is not infrequent at this, sea-

v' the Murderers Ocklawaha river, and it was largely build up about them "judicial fam- but a month and four days old. He son for this train to have five or more

1 through his efforts that the board of ilies." Lawyers knew, he said, that it is in all likelihood the first Indian Kansas City, Mo., Feb. 27.-R. H. sleeping cars to accommodate those .

Washington, Feb. 27-Special-( engineers recently recommended to was often a dangerous, thing to make child to die and be buried here since Martin and Joseph Borders, Kansas arriving daily.
Secretary Bryan formally demanded congress an appropriation of $733,000 charges against a court clerk before Tampa has been incorporated as a City agents of the Florida Fruit The city now has more than 15,000

o t tie Huerta government today an for that project. At the recent an- the judge who appointed him. This. city. Lands company, pleaded guilty in fed- winter visitors, many of them regu-
'explanation of ,why the slayers of nual meeting of the Florida State temptation could be removed by con- eral court here today to charges of lar visitors yearly. The city park

Clement'Vergera had not been apprehended ' Chamber of Commerce he was elected gress, Judge Taft insisted, and the conspiracy and conducting of a lot- with its elaborate croquet courts-
courts as they are now constituted tery in the sale of lands in the Everglades about ten-its band stand with daily
of that
and punished president body, and under his POSTMASTER[ GENERAL[ [ WINS
F able direction it promised to take vindicated without resort to the recall of Florida. Judge Van* Valk- I concerts, abundant shade trees and
f' This, 'action followed a two hourscabinet
meeting'in which the Mexican new life and become a vital force in measure which he believed harm- fOR GREATER[ PARCEL[l POST enburg reserved sentence. conveniently located sitting accommodations -
''situation discussed. the development of the state. ful. Judge Taft said he would have Martin and Borders were indicted I affords daily pleasures for
wasp this extended even to the appointmentof ----:- I with six other officers and agents of thousands. At night the city is beautifully -
The Huerta government is held personally receivers by federal judges, requir- the lands company last November on illuminated by the regulation
L responsible' for the arrest andexeratlon TENNESSEE GOES DRY TODAY ing the court to select them from a Senate Threw Out Amendment to the general charge of the misuse of electric lights and in addition hunt

,of Vergera's murderers. .: I list furnished by the interstate com- Strip Him of Power to Change the mails.It dreds of "five-prong" electric ,groupsof

I Vergera.>was; shot not by Mexican I Nashville, Temt, Feb. 27-Spe-( merce commission. Regulations was charged they misrepresented lights, extending for miles along
['federal 1 soldiers.' according to a de'tailed the main street and for blocks in
cial-Beginning) tomorrow night as Judge Taft urged passage of the I! land sold in small tracts to 12,000
reportvfeceived today by the far as alcoholic liquors are concernednot pending bill in the name of the American Washington, Feb. 27.-Amend- persons. either direction of the intersecting:
government;from Capt. Sanders, but only will the saloon pass out of Bar association, adding that ments to the postoffice bill to strip Among those indicted was R. J. streets. This effect is grand and

by rangers who, were sent to Laredo existence, but every brewery in the later it probably would be advisableto I the postmaster general of power to Bolles, of Jacksonville, Fla., presidentof justly termed "the white way." Along
will be closed This action the Martin and Bordersare this main street, one hundred feet in
t&investigatte.Sandey5 state results j provide for examination of the lower rates and alter, regulations of company.
; five federals crossed from the passage last fall by rules of procedure by a commissionwith the parcel post were thrown out by the first to answer to,the indictments width, sidewalks of tile are laid 25.

e Rio Grande to an island belonging the state legislature of a prohibition a view to harmonizing and ad- the senate today, 33 to 24"" feet wide on either side; at the curb
t e' :tad f States, taking eleven act. In Nashville after tomorrow ministering together the two sides of Among other charges made is one i edge of this walk hundreds of settee
Later Chairman Bankhead of the
rses tbetonging to Vergera on the liquor will not even be sold upon the federal court work. For the present I!. to the effect that the company sold as benches are placed close enough together -
committee submitted a com-
and. y.Later ;Mexicans after goingck prescription of a physician.A he thought the authorization con postoffice thoroughly drained land, portions of to have the appearance of an
to'the' "Mexican side enticed Ver- tained in the bill was all that should promise amendment to prevent increasing the Everglades that were still under ,immense church congregation, with

ra to i that side under the pretense new hotel, to accommodate 500 be attempted. I the weight above limit on parcels the I water and are under water today. all pews well tilled This is the im-
fifty pounds,
being-paid for the horses. Later portant visiting and
place, offers every -
guests, will be erected in Jacksonville Judge Alton B. Parker spoke of the
fe started for Piedra, Negras. but was within one-half block of the entranceto need of this uniformity. existing I; ALL, READY FOR THE GRAND opportunity for every one to "get
pot after,proceeding, only a short Senator Bankhead declared it con : PRIZE RACE acquainted."
the new union terminal station, to
Other speakers included in the list
ay. be opened by the time the new stationis ceded that the postmaster generalhad .:1 Los Angeles, Cal., Feb. 27-Spe-( The commission government has
were Senator Root, Louis Brandeis, exceeded his in
not authority
cial-Nineteen the shown by results that the workof
rt ready for use. The new hotel will cars, greatest good
Frank B. Kellogg and Thomas W. I
AI1V': CONDUCTOR CONVICTED I changing zones and rates, but that it aggregation of high powered automobiles Mayor Bradshaw and Commissioners -
be built by II .R. Finn; of the Flag I
Shelton, chairman of the uniform ju-
; would him to get
compel congres-
FOR ,KILLING TRAMP ler hotel whose Flagler hotel, second, dicial procedure committee of the ,ever started in a Western auto Hammond and Northrup is appreciated -
L% _* is now nearing completion. The new sional authority before he could extend event, 'are ready for the starting gun by the prompt payment of
t American Bar association.
cast,1'is., Feb. 27-S;>ecial). structure will be fives stories high, the weights, which had been contemplated of the international grand prize race taxes and assessments, which naturally -
at Santa Monica tomorrow. With the is required to meet demands all
arry, French, a railroad conductor, with'a rest or waiting room for trav- ,
ionvcted_ of manslaughter today, elers, ,and a' rate that will enabled THE WEATHER exception of Grant" every driver who of which are promptly met, leaving a

g showp that he kicked Edwarrphy I many .who now have to spend a day :. Ladies' Home Journal for March, participated in the Vanderbilt cup surplus of"more than $50,000 cash in
*. ;txamp//from a moving: at 'the depot between trains to get Florida: Local rains Saturday. the best ever. New magazines com- race will start. Features of the race the treasury: January, 1st, togetherwith

,.causfogjnjtfries; which resultec d l first-class'hotel accommodations without ; I Sunday, fair except, local rains in ing in daily Curtis & O'Neal's book will be speed duels between Oldfield, net assets of over $1,000,000.

biurph" deat having to go up in the city. south portion. I store. .JJ DePalma and Fetzlaff. (Continued on page 8)


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Today sitGrand
( the Gainesville Sun)

vz Two new stores opened for businessin

x Kissimmee last week. 1 Gas HeatersWE MONTGOMERY MOTION Theatre

Tampa has thirty passenger trainsa PICTURE GO'STHE
day in and out of its union station.Daytona's ,

trolley line is said
to be proving very successful. A new "
shipment of cars'has been ordered al- : THE SUMMER SO ARE OFFERING THEM AT IMPULSE, Pathe Comedy Drama. {

: "THE ,PLOT OF INDIA'S HILLMAN," A Kalem two reel

this The week Dade and county will fair continue is in'progress throughthe : OLD PRICE SALE PRICE feature with Carlyle Blackwell.in the leading role. }';

week, closing March 1. The exhibits -
are said to be very good. $8.50. $6.00 This is Mr. Cornely's last night as leader of our orchestra. -

Selections from Victor Hubert's comic "Sweet
: opera
Plans have been formulated in 6.50. 4.50 ,
a Jacksonville for the purpose of com- hearts," and New York's biggest success, "Adele."

e mencing actual building operations on 4.50 3.00ORNDO
an edifice for the Young Men's Hebrew .

association.It Billy.. Shirley .

is expected that Pensacola's new "He's Different"Continuous

business banking institution in a short will time.be The ready insti-for 1 WATER[ & LIGHT C

tution will be called the National Periormance from 3:30: to 10 P. M.

Bank of Commerce.The !

State Graduate Nurses' asso- Gas Deual'tmentIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIII'IIII'II'IIIIIIIIII'I"'III'I' Children 5c Adults lOc !I

ciation meets in Jacksonville and will 4 4 .
be in session three days. The state 4
board of examiners is also scheduledto
meet at this time.

i Tuesday, March 3.---Helen Gardner (Mrs. Duncan
The big annual charity was
given in St. Augustine Monday night Pell) in "Olga Treskoff.'
\ This annual affair always takes plce ,
on or near Washington's birthday for "
the benefit of the Flagler hospital.The .
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Milton Gazette says: "Pros- .
pects now are that we will soon havean
For and
Just arrived car load Economy purchase -
up to date hotel. Milton has long j

I been in need of this and the improve- FORDS for immediate w 54887 power of your money
ment will be of great value to the BBD CO P
place." delivery.Get rJt REAL ESTATE "Try Wright's" Farm

ThaiS Our Business and Garden Seeds.
At a special meeting of the bond
now Florida
yours Orlando
trustees held in Jacksonville a few bulk. "Motto" Quanti!
nights ago it was decided to honor '
the late "Ted" Carroll by erecting a and Quality.
'bronze tablet to his memory in the Phone 226
Fresh : doz. Best Butter
new and remodeled waterworks. Eggs 290 Creamery 39C
Sweet l\Iilk. Ice too Ibs. Limes
130 qt. sac 150
Word comes that Brooksville is r Sweet Milk oc pint Fresh Butter l\lilk. IOC q

right now in the midst of an unusual Individual Package 10 lbs. As 't Fruits, "That Present" delivered by Expr

amount of building fail activity there and will un-be (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash wither
less all good Signs -
more buildings going up there this
340 Acres Good Land
year than have gone up in five years

40, acres under fence 200 good orange trees, two story house, barn,
The big Mardi Gras carnival is in

full swing in Pensacola this week. best of water, three lakes Snap bargain sale
"' The Deep Water City is said to b'e
crowded with visitors and fun reigns

supreme. Half a dozen bands, among I.
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organizations, have been secured and
will lead the parades. ABOUT FOUNTAIN PENSThere f'r,

Cloudy and rainy weather did not ORLANDO BANK & TRUST COMPANY
keep the crowds from attending the are plenty of good fountain pens in

celebration at Detroit over the open- the market and unfortunately there is also a

ing of the nine-mile canal from Detroit supply of poor ones. We have yet to' see a Orlando Florida.
to Biscayne bay. The celebra- ,
self-filling than the Conklin,
tion was a real jubilee and the big
crowd entered into the spirit of the and have never sold a better one of the other Condition at the close of business December 31, 1913 E

occasion Times-Union.with zest.-Miami. Note in type than Moore's Non-Leakable. We Sell both RESOURCES 4 f

kinds on an absolute guarantee of \ 'your money Loans and Discounts . . . . . .. .. . . . . $$403.080.10
by. if want it. A good fountainpen Overdrafts . . . .. /. . .. .. . . .. . .. . 362.37
Lawtey was visited frost Saturday back
you Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26,018.33
morning, but it was not heavy ; has come to be almost a necessity to every Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . . . .. . ... 200,916.57
enough to damage the to #
crops any business man or woman. If you have none, Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures . .. . 25,974.87
extent and in all probability large
shipments of strawberries will be or have one that is unsatisfactory, let us A
made from that section by the latter the sort. .
show you guaranteed LIABILITIES
part of this week. One hundred and

ninety-five crates left there last Sat- Capital Stock . .. . . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. $100,000.00
urday for northern markets. \ W. S. BRANCH, '. Surplus and Undivided Profits . . .. .. . . 35,214,86Deposits
T . . . . . .. .. . . . .. . . .;. . 521,167.38
The St. Petersburg Times says ata The Arcade Book and Music StoreMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM .
meeting held Saturday night of $656,382.24

subscribers for stock in Southland ,. 4

Seminary Endowment, Inc., an offer Deposits on Dec 31, 1912 . . . . . . . .. . $489,971.68 A
of four blocks of property in the Cof- Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . .. . . .. . . $521,167.38
fee Pot addition, on the north shoreof :

Coffee Pot bayou, was acceptedfor , Increase . .. . . .. .. .. ... . .. . . . .. 31,195.70 .
the site, the selection of the
The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust '
school. The Times "The locat- .
ing of Sutherland seminary means M a SacrificeS rricB Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and
one of the biggest things ever offeredto mends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement. .
St. Petersburg; $40,000 or $50,000 The management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects
the conservative, sane and progressive methods employed' in
will be expended on the building, and
this financial institution. Strength confidence and
this will be started and pushed to S begets
completion in order that the fall term strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in health-
I ful statements to its patrons.M. .
may open here. This building will be
Spanish in architecture, cement walls choice lots for immediate sale. Located just M. SMITH, President
with tile roof'and inner patio. Some W. M. DAVIS
C. E. NOLAN, Cashier ,
six or eight buildings will eventuallybe one lot off Magnolia avenue on Concord avenue. Improved .

erected, each to represent the arch- with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest
itecture of some foreign country. The
first building will contain sixty or locations in Orlando.
more bed rooms and eventually will
be used for a dormitory. The school WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES l till 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 lit,
will be non-sectarian in character but The Price ,is Right AND DO ALL KINDS OF

thoroughly Christian." OPTICAL REPAIRING A Doll's HouseOne

YOUR PRINTING of Ibsen's Strongest and Best Known Plays

Look through your desk and see if Will Be Given by the
there is not some stationery of which
you at are 24 in and need.we will If there call, is get, phoneus your rl R H t t C Rollins School of Expression,

order and do the work promptly and I
at the lowest price consistent with DR. L H. RAMSDELL In Lyman Gymnasium, Winter Park, Wednesday,
high grade work. -It will receive our March 4th at.8i5 o'clock.
Phone 504 Watkins Block < OPTOMETRIST Evening, 1914, .
best attention. Sentinel, Court streetWarman
(Saeceuor \to Dr. 0. P. Likiai) ADMISSION 50 CENTSiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiUjiiiiiniiiiiiiiii
Repairs and Retires Baby \
Carriages on Court street 12-5-tf uhi..I.fft.J.JJOIiiiii1iIii/JkIIILkWJIJIIItI.Iu ORLANDO, FLORIDA!


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yr uun vu aum uue: lutiiaum uiu-vaal u LMVasaaaasw. -
'- Captain E. E. Johnson of the Monroe

had done anything\ else than one thing Osteopathic Physician FORREST DARNEY CARR, Manager OLD RELIABLE AND ORIGINAL

that he actually did, the disaster

would not have happened. Captain 132 Orange Avenue

Berry is charged with neglect in not ATTRACTIONS MRS. IDA B. COLE CIIV.\ P Park
reducing speed in a fog, and with Next door to People's Bank, Rogers Will Band.have charge of the C. L. S. C. Brafflatlo ti Cot

carelessness in not making use of the up-stalrs. Acute and chronic GOV. J. FRANK four 'year HANLYFor Governor of Indian ,

wireless equipment to ascertain the diseases treated. !, and one' of the but men of
proximity of other ships. the aje. Management Jas. A. ParkIn

Captain Berry admitted that the Telephone 578.ilMIIIIIIIMIIMMMMI. PROF. WILLIS L. MOORE READERS
Nantucket was going full speed Eighteen years Chief of the U. our own Monster Canvas Covered Theatre, with all the !

through the fog because he could not S. Weather Boreao. Robler Male Quartette.DR. Comfort and Convenience of a First Class Opera House. !

' find any reason to do otherwise. He : I DR. C. H. TYNDALL Recital.Mist Christine. Levin. Contralto. in Absolutely waterproof and thoroughly heated on cool '

said he did not know the Monroe was : ScientistDR. Martha Alexander Violinist nights. .
Mr. Forrest Dabne? Carr, and Jessie
so near. He veered his ship to starboard : SIGEL ROUSH L. Hudson Company
i when he discovered her, and I. Supreffie Auto ml i Journalist Traveler Lecturer. WITH NEW AND GREAT PLAYS

;s.3 kept her on that course until the Monroe MDME. VON INKELSTEIN MOUNT- EXTRA-Added vaudeville features. The best ever presented -
$ approached. Captain Johnson in : FORD in this
Win Lecture on the life and CUIMUSICAL
': Ms testimony said he first heard thefrantucket's
: The oil that has .
tom Holyland.DR. : Entire change of and
I I[ whistle, 1,000 feet away, I play vaudeville each night. Don'tmiss

li end first saw her lights at a distanceof stood the supreme .Will CAROLYN five a coarse GEISEL of moat HELPMiw Rogers Gay Band.Zenola McLaran> the opening play.
Mr. Hal Merton Master of Marie
about 300 feet.
test Miss Elizabeth Sheffield Allen.
When Captain Berry saw the lights on HEALTH. Reade rand Impersonator.

{ he turned his ship hard to starboard. Monday Night March 2ndWE
: Be did not lessen speed because when --THAT _ > ,

i the :Monroe blew two blasts on her SEASON TICKETS ON SALE AT WILL PRESENT
whistle, Captain Berry said he took

it to mean that under the rules gov- Goo Gulf Gasoline Orlando CURTIS & O'NEAL'S BOOK STORE Florida The Halfbreed"The

erning ships in a fog, the Monroe Tickets on Sale, Wednesday Morning, Feb. 25th
had stopped. Captain Johnson in his

testimony said tha twhen he sounded -- Greatest Western Play Ever Written
I his whistle twice he meant to convey
the information that he was directinghis SCENERY FOR THIS PLAY

weather course signal.to port.Captain This Johnson is a clear, inc P. G. WALTON, Agl. Louisville $ Nashville R. R.


ing under the rule which permitted PHONES 450.269ForSale EVERYBODY. RESERVED
I vessels to depart from the rules to CINCINNATI, CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, LOUISVILLE, CHAIRS ONLY 9c

avoid immediate danger. OlllllirillllllllMIHIiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiij INDIANAPOLIS, CLEVELAND, DETROIT, TOLEDO, : EXTRA. LOCKHART'S FIELD NEAR

was crossing A. C. L. DEPOT '

.- ,tucket's course and going very fast .. .
v ''when he first got a full view of the Lv. Jacksonville ............ 8:15 pm Jacksonville ............ 8:05 pm 111111111111,11111111111111111.1111,1111,1" ., ...
'Monroe, Captain Berry said. Then hesreversed Ar. Knoxville .............1%:00 n'n Ar. Montgomery ........... 8:50 am
i Ar. Lexington 6:40 pm Ar. Birmingham ...........12:10 n'n
the Nantucket's engine and Ar. Cincinnati .............. 8:50 pm Ar. Nashville ............... '1:40 pm
Ar. Cleveland .............. 7:15 am Ar. Evansville ............. 1:35 am .111111111",1",11111111,111",11'11,111111111,1 ,
sent the ship full speed astern, but Ar. Detroit ................. 7:45 am Ar. St Louis .............. 7:40 am
'it was too late. i i mil im Ar. Grand Rapids .......... 2:45 pm Ar. Chicago .......t....... 9:38 am I /
Ar. Louisville ............ 9:00 pm
'; I Ar. Indianapolis ............ 7:00 am DIXIE FLYER
'i..t Modern 8-room i .. ............
\.t A GREAT FAIR ] \ Ar. Chicago 7:10 am s [ELECTRICVACUUMCLEANER l[ l[ [
DIXIE LIMITED Lv. Jacksonville ........... 8:25 pm
It | House 2 doors i ii The fastest train to the West Ar. Atlanta ............... 800 am
'L The midwinter fair at Orlando was Lv. Jacksonville .......... 9:35 am Ar. Chattanooga ...........12:00 n'n .
Ar. St Louis .............. 2:50 pm Ar. Evansville .............. 9:43 pm .
it .. a great success, even beyond the expectations i west of Wyom- Ar. Chicago ................ 6:50 pm Ar. Chicago ................ 6:50 am
of those most interested.

> People from almost every state in the | ing Hotel. Bar- : Electric Lighted Trains with Through Sleepers. L. & N. Dintri. No Better
Dining Car Service in this Coon try. Fast. Time. Rock Ballast No Dust or
t Union were there and will go back Dirt Have house
room or
i to their homes and tell their friends ; gain. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED is solid through train with dining cars, your
coaches and sleepers to Cincinnati through sleepers to Louisville Cleve "
a that Florida, and especially Orange land and Indianapolis.daily .and to Grand Rapids Mondays and Thursdays. Di- cleaned without dust troubleof
rect connections to Toledo Detroit PitUbnrg. Buffalo. or
e county, is a most desirable place to DIXIE LIMITED and DIXIE FLYER are solid through trains to Chicago
QI r li',.e. The great diversity of products A. L. Bentley with coaches dining cars drawing room compartment and observation sleeper
J through to St Louis on Dixie Limited, over 5 hours fastest and only one moving furniture
shown at the fair will tend to correct night ouLMOSTGmlERY .

many false impressions that have 10 L AMELIA AVENUES : sleepers to ROUTE Chicago.has sleepers. through to St Louis daily and connecting -

gone out about Florida, and when
''t liHIIHMMIIIIMMMIIIMMMMtllMMMMMHH. i For reservations, information, ask the Ticket Agent or address H.
people find out the truth about this
C. Bretney, Florida Passenger Agent, L & N. Railway, The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced
section of country, they will come and
.. 134 West Bay Street, Jacksonville
. make their home here. The four -26-eod-2m

1 Bounties represented at the fair, Or Shoe Repairing ; man.

"inge, Volusia, Osce ola and Seminole,
-- -- --- - ---
tare among the very best in the state, by PARCEL POST ; SEE THEM FOR TERMS .
nd the exhibition made at Orlando
Jill advertise them as they have |' ElectricallyEquipped
been Men's Half Soles, 750 to 850
ever advertised'before.ApopNews. -
Ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75c !

s Children's Hand Turned Half Soles Soles, sOc to$.l.oo 750 '< The1ERCCEECTR1CC01d.[

a& , 'UPT.AT. McKINNON FT. MYERS WILL MEETING SPEAK Heels Repaired, 2gc i, 1. T [ [ [l[ L "

( All work returned in hours.
J. F. McKinnon of the pubic 24
Orders without remittance returned -
.it. ; schools is down for a speech at C. 0. D. We pay UHURCH'STREET"III

1 Jr'pe meeting' of county superintend- return postage. \ G ..r


\. t Fort Myers March 1013. The A. Hanson
leis program is a long and interesting
i one, and Dr. McKinnon's subject is 19:East Pine Street The Two-greatest Sixty Standard motorcycle Model value till 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 MMiMUHIMM MUt '
"The ORLANDO FLORIDA ever achieved. 7 H.P. Twin
Advisability of Making the eqwpped with Electric Head LUht.Electric Tail Light Electric Signal:
Ex-officio Two Sett Storage Batteries and Corbin-Brown Reir-Drivo Speedomet
County Superintendent an .MliMMIIIiHlliMMItTo The AltamonteALTAMONTE
er. Price$260,00. See catalog for detailed description.
Member of the Bpard." This meetingis

considered of much ,importance to

the school interests of Florida, and it THE WEST I.MOTOCYCLES ; SPRINGS, FLORIDA.A .

Will be largely attended. Many of beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlando'or A. C. L

the school principals of Orange will VIASfMINOU tfl1AUJJlft FOR 1914 R.R.) Come out and getthe best dinner served in Inte-

be in attendance. rior Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the

LIMITED 60,000 brand.new red machines will go out over the Indian most beautiful and healthful location in Florida, on

CHADWICK'S SPECIAL SALE trails during the coming year-the greatest motorcycle produce high ridge between two lovely lakes, 40 acres in parks.
LASTING 30 DAYS tion in the of the Golf Tennis Bowling Billiards Fishing Shooting etc.
history ,
industry. ,
Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm ,
'No. 1-10 acres, 21-2 miles south Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm They will flash forth fully armed with ".Thirty-Eight Better Hotel has 500 feet broad piazza. All modeen improve
ast of city, on hard road, all im- Lv Jacksonville,Fia.,A. C.1. 9:00 pm ments for 1914!1" Armed with powerful and beautiful Electrical ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests.
roved; 175 budded orange and grape- Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L.__11:10 pm Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet.
Equipment Armed with New Standard of Value which
f 't trees just coming into bearing; Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L____ 1:15 am a must
7- oom house; the land is of the best.No. Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L.____ 2:40 am completely overturn all existing ideas of motorcycle worth.
2-Two 3-acre young groves inside Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 3:55 am All
standard Indian models for 1914 equipped with electric
situated to divide come GEO. E. BATES & SON
: of city, nicely .
Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga. 6:20 am head ,
light electric tail light two sets high bat.
into home lots. Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga.. 7:30 am amperage storage
No. 3-13 acres, 8 acres with 6- r Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.12:05 p teries, electric signal, Corbin Brown rear-drive speedometer. i Summer Resort"The Grand," Mount Vernon, N. H.HllllllllltllllMMmmiMMMHHtllllimiMM.

room house and 200 bearing grove; I Ar Birmingham,Ala. C.of G.12:05 pm Top cannot folly realize the 1914 Indian without thorough study of the 1914 ,.
the 5 acres is garden land divided in; Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm Indiaa Catalog. It makes plain host of compelling Indian frets that all motor-
acre lots and recorded.No. Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C_______ 9:35 pm "oIo-interested men can consider to their real profit. Send for the 1914 Indian,
4-5 acres east between Amelia. Ar Cairo, Ill, I. C._________11:07 pm Catalog-the next interesting volume of motorcycle Gterstare 7ft'" ever read.
and Concord avenues, just over city Ar Carbondale, Ill., I. C.1213 am IMIIimilMMMMIHtlllMlilltimiilllMMItMl*
A limit line; a part of it to bearing The 1914 line of Indian Motocyck coaiiiti of:

grove and grapery; a fine 8-room Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C_____ 7:05.am 4ILP. Single Service Model.... J200.M f JLK EXPERT
*.L. house and other buildings. This is a 7 H.P. Twin -Tweaty.Five,Regular Mode.see..e.. 225.00 1
hrare+ bargain to get a city home just Ar Centralia, 111., I. C.____. 1:38 am 7 H.P. Twin Two-Sixty, Standard Model................. 260.00
.is| over the city line. Give thin your at- Ar Matoon, III, I. C______. 3:30 am 7 H.P. Twin Light Roadster Model..................... 260.00 Sign Writer is in charge of Sign Department whose
l E No. 5-40 acres, 20 improved with Ar Kankakee, Ill., I. C._____ 6:20 am 7 H.P.Twin Two Speed, Tourist Standard Model ........ 300.00 past experience with some of the foremost' Ameri
i* i. ,Lf; 500 choice bearing orange trees, south Ar Chicago, Ill., I. C.:.._.__ 7:50 am 7 H.P. Twin Head Special Model(with BUctrie Start*) 32SJO
10 side of lake, near Altamonte Springs; Pnc9F OtBt Factory ca's sign makers, assures the highest possible grade of
,j., fine bungalow of 8 rooms; also 4-room Solid Through Trains-Composed of
\ cottage furnished; beautiful lawn and observation, compartment, drawing- C. R Hilpert, Agent. Orlando, Fla. .work. When one makes big claims it is up to one to

r k shade; tennis court (cement); the room, section, sleeping cars, arid_free make good, but these claims should be weighed quite as
1 show place of the South, known as
reclining chair cars, between Jacksonville -
the Foss Grove. On of the much for sake
,b, f account NOTICE NOTICE your as ours.
death of Mr. Foss, Mrs. Foss can no and Chicago, and Jacksonvilleand
t. \ I longer attend to the estate. This St ,Louis. All meals in diningcar. Notice is hereby given that the Cityof
, means sell it. All owners of Dogs are requested to Orlando, Florida, will on January 1, G EO. BARKER
', No. -Several nice homes, close to procure.Tags at the City Clerk's office 1915, pay off with interest to that
and Pullman
: Lake Eola, and other parts of the city. For.tickets car reser- for each and dog date, bonds numbered 7, 8, 9, 10, 19 F
_L Also choice lots, close in. vations, call on one every on and 20, of the City of Orlando seven SIGNS AND SHOW CARDS OF EVERY DESCRIPTIONLet j
i. ',-:; If you want to buy for home or investment W R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, or before March first, 1914, other- per dent bonds, issued July 1, 1892,
,' I am a leader along these wise all dogs not so tagged will be according to the provisions made for
w or work for Orlando's Mid Winter
us figure on
your ; ;
"Hj lines.- Call or phone and make date WHITE Ticket Agent liable to be caught and impounded.E. redemption in said bonds.
D. W. Depot ,
for investigations.Open Dated February 11, 1914. Fair.MMIIIIIIMMMMMMMMMMHMMMMMtmmm. .
Atlantic Coast Line Mayor.
evenings. CARL JANSEN, City ClerL212lm
19 W.; Church St-Phaie 398 Orlando. CARL JANSEN, City Clerk. ?< "* .
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SHOW IX THIS STATE Providence, spent the day in Orlando : ,+
South I
Florida Sentinel i
yesterday, having come in from Alta- :
(By W. S. Branch)
MORNING AND WEEKLY It .is Manager Jim Park of the C. W. monte, where they are guests of the : :
reported on good authority
JOSiAH FERRIS, Editor and Owner. Park Dramatic hotel. They are delighted with, all of ,
company says he does !
that'a gentleman from DeLand returned Dickson-Ives Co. H
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando Flop home from the midwinter fair not expect to bring.his show to Florida -I Florida and particularly so with Alta-: :.
Ida as Second Class Mail Matter. winter. monte and that FlorIda
t: J and said that he had never seen so next The new license tax are quite sure ; ,
TO ADVERTISERS: many "coffin-dodgers" in his life as which was imposed this year is so has no more delightful spot norris I : ;

Ya Copy for display and all, other hand-set he saw at Orlando. Possibly that is high that even with the large attend- there any better hotel than the
'" advertising malt be handed in at the buunetq ance the Park show "always receives Altamonte hotel, they say. Mr. Cran-I':
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. true. People who are able to dodge
the day before publication. This rule applies ,their income is not sufficient to shaw is a manufacturer of automo- : '
the coffin in Chicago, New York, At- pay DEPARTMENT[ ST Rfrlanoo'
to change for contract advertising: it is the 'of such large bile machinery.
invariable. and will be strictly adhered to. lanta, Jacksonville, DeLand, etc., and expenses a com
For fifteen
pany. Park
years the ,
get into Orlando are usually assuredof
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: several more years happy life. show has not missed one season, but James I. Johnston, Jr., deputy I :
One Year ... ................. .$5.00 it looks like there must be a break at
Therefore, it is small wonder that clerk of Osceola county, spent a few ; :
Six Months ... .,.......00 .. ... 2.50 last. Don't miss one night next week' : favorite
Orlando <
hours in Mr.
they come in flocks and droves. To yesterday. O
Three Months ... ... 00': .. ..... 1.25 as it might be your last chance to Johnston s SbVpppjig
many who are sick and afflicted, Orlando reports Kissimmee as pros-
In Advance. them.
is like one of the "Cities of pering and everybody well pleased
T Refuge" established by Moses fifteen with Osceola's success at the Orlando
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1914. hundred years before the Christian l Commercial job printing is one of fair. .
era. the branches in which the Sentinel PLACE
excels. Place an order for letter
If Becker isnt' retried it won't be * At a supper, to be held in the Y.
heads, envelopes, cards, bill heads,
the fault of the New York World, "Words are women, deeds are men." in M. C. A. building in Jacksonville,
statements, or fact anything
which paper is waging a strong and So wrote Herbert three or four hun want executed in first-class shape you, plans for establishing a home for

righteous fight against the police dred years ago. Herbert may have and the result will please you. working boys will be discussed by a
grafter who was convicted of the been wise in his day, but had he lived large number of men and women.

murder of the gambler Rosenthal. a few centuries later perhaps he Special bargains in dry goods and

District Attorney Whitman! will not would have written something like shoes Saturday and. Monday, at H. NOTICEOf Ne w W ali G GChintz GUot1 -
be aMe to stand the
'I- gut against pub this: "Deeds are women, wars are Kanner's New York Bargain-Store. ,Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8
1- lie demand "
which '
the World will
men. In any event Herb. had never 2-28-2t of Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida
arouse. Notice is hereby given that J. IL Dodd of V 1
made.the. of Mrs. C. G.
acquaintance ,
Orlando Fla. purchaser of tax certificateNo.
0 Wescott, Mrs. A. B. Whitman, Mrs 1130, dated the 5th day of April, A. D. and the dainty Old Fashioned Dolly Varden
Gaston Edwards, Mrs. Jno. S. Mc- put money into the hands of the mil- 1892 has filed said certificate in my office I
A constitutional amendment to and has made application for tax deed to .
abolish the office of county treasurer Ewan, Mrs Geo. R. Newell, Mrs. T.( Bonaire ship owners. issue embraces in accordance the following with law.described Said certificate property, effects in Muslins, Lawns, Crepe Cloths and Ratines will

will be submitted to the voters at the P. Warlow, and a score ,or more of * situated in Orange county, Florida, to-wit: I I much i to the fore this season. Our selection includesall
The Sunday edition of Lots 7,.8, 9 and 10, Holden Bros.' subdivision
the other members of the Orlando New
fall election. It is rather generally of southeast quarter of northeast quarter of
agreed that the office may be abol Civic League who "do noble things, York Times gives a whole page each Section 11, Township 22 south, Range 29easL the Choicest patterns from the Domestic looms be
The said land being 'assessed at the I
ished with advantage, and it is probable not dream them all day long." Theremay week to answering inquiries about the date of the issuance of such certificate in sides many others imported.V
income tax. This information the name of unknown.
have been a period in the world'shistory clearly:
n that the amendment will be car Unless said certificate shall be redeemed
ried. Those members of the legisla when the :most that women indicates,that no report is required if according to law, tax deed will issue thereonon
': ture who have been advocating the did was to talk. But that day has one is absolutely certain that his i nWitness the 30th my day official of March signature, A. D.and 1914.seal this I Prices Range from tOe to 60c yard
r and come, according to the provisions of the 28th day of February, A. D. 1914.
abolition of the office for so many passed today aggressive, competent (Seal) B. M. ROBINSON,
years will then be deprived of so women are'the rule and not the law i does not exceed the exemptions. Clerk Circuit Court, Orange County, Fla. I II1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111

much campaign thunder. exception. -
u ," .
Col. George Goethals, who Harry Hand gets them "both com- :
vised the construction of the Panama super ing and going" these !days. When it .. Cash to Loan on I.. '

canal, is opposed to free tolls for turns cold everybody needs wood and Importeff Bres G GVhile' Goons

American coastwise vessels. Col. coal and when the warm spells come :

Goethals' opinions are generally respected the whole population must have, ice. : City PropertyReal I..
and on this particular sub- A Handmade'cinch, so to speak. :
ject they will have great weight with .I \ not acknowledged the superiority of imported 4

congress. The question is, did Frank Chase '
goods over those of our own manufacture we feel compelled -
o withdraw from the for : '
race congressman Estate bought and sold
The Manatee River Journal, pub- because he was afraid he could : at times to include many such among our season's

Jished at Bradentown, ,issued this not beat L'Engle, or because he bad : for cash or on commission. assortments in order to-make our stocks as complete and
read about the who had I
week a handsome special edition of man been to

twenty-eight pages. The paper -thoroughly congress and refused to run again : as representative as possible.For .
reflects, the business, social, because he had learned that a man '
t civic and religious institutions of that can not be honest and be a member the coming season we have drawn upon the

thriving section, and is a credit aliketo of either branch of the national leg Dr. A. J. TAYLOR looms of England, France and Germany for Exclusive
Bradentown and the publishers of islature? It is a ,safe guess that Mr.
the Journal Chase has made more money in Jacksonville RockJBuildi'ng; Upstairs.UIIIIMIIMMimiHIIMIMIIIMMMIIillMHHMt. weaves and designs I ill '

o real estate in the past five ,

Tallahassee has been having trouble years than he would make honestlyas FANCY RATINES
with its board of trade. The a member of congress in 25 years ,
president resigned and moved away, .

and after his place was filled the sec Congressman Frank Clark comes A. Y. FULLER R. _L FOX SILK AND WOOL POPLINS
retaryship was offered to three young out flat footed in favor of allowing

men of the town, but all declined because the rich ship owners of the United EMBROIDERED ROBES
.they didnt have the time to attend States free passage through the Pan- THE PALMS AUTO COREO ,

to the duties of the position. ama canal. There are not a few

More and more the paid secretary is members of congress who seem disposed MOTOR CARS
becoming a necessity. It is unfair to to always have the government

expect one man to do the work of the law makers play into the hands of For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a I
board of trade without compensation, the moneyed interests of.the country, I
and this the secretary usually does, but we had not supposed Mr. Clark : full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good forceof

whether he*is paid or not. And it belonged in the list. It is very evi : competent repair men All our work is absolutely Our Millinery fuellingV
might be added that few boards that dent that President Wilson does not :
do not have share their views , .
a paid secretary accomplish and so far as we : guaranteed. : *,
anything of moment for their have observed, Mr. Wilson seems to I
towns. be getting questions of that kind set- : In spite of the inclemency of the weather was an unqualified -
0 tied about as he wishes them. Wes :
Pat Johnston has announced hi hope there will be no toll exemp : THE PALMS AUTO CO success, every hour of the day seeing the aisles

candidacy for the legislature from tions, and we do not believe there I crowded with delighted purchasers-Were you there?
: Osceola county. Mr. Johnston is a will be. The exemptions would not :
FULLER & FOX Proprietors.
lawyer, who began his public career reduce the cost of the necessities of : --...
life ..............
by securing the appointment as coun one single iota. It would simply -
ty derk when Arthur E. Donegan resigned

-." -. to...make.. .the race for. the state 1
t seuae..ur. JOhnston was the youngest \ M Fnrlliliill i i
clerk in the state; but he made i

good in every essential and detail, J ,, .. ,
and his experience: in the office ...

brought him in contact with the people \' \ It will not always.remain cold. We" have just received -

from all sections of the county. .'
This, will, be a great asset to him in t a large delivery of
the forthcoming race. Added to this
advantage Mr. Johnston is one of the :: ODD PIECES PALM BEACH SUITS

most deserving young men of Osceola .
county. He is a man of fine character ;; are so useful when it comes to setting the table' attractively Specially Priced at $8.00 and $10.00.

ability, energy and determination. We can offer you innumerable suggestions -
o in Special Tailored Throughout. Make an early selec-

The death of Lawrence. E. Dozierat ., I tion. You'll be better pleased. t
Baltimore yesterday removes a f Beautiful Cut Glass ,

citizen whose recent energies in a .
public manner have attracted the at- .1'V that will give your table an air of elegance and re- .

tention of the entire, state. Mr, Dozier \ finement and add prestige to your reputation as a
had been known locally for yearsas D .
a man of great personal force and knows the value of ,1 Mail artrn nt
ability and his service as mayor of Every housekeeper spotless V; ur r r

Leesburg for eight successive terms V f :,'" linen gleaming silver sparkling cut glass. Dainty .

bore evidence of the esteem in which :, service is ol greater importance than good cooking .
Is a great help to our out-of-town customers makeuse
he was held by his : : ,
z neighbors. It was ( : . ; .
in his work for the Ocldawaha river .t. .' : . :." , .. '. ',: of it whenever you can. Samples or information
improvement that he had begun to '- I.,. P..I- ._. >" .
achieve state wide cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.
notice. It was .
p- --: .,- ""
most incidental to his : : ::
own objects .. .
Write for one of our illustrated mail order catalogues
and intentions that this fame came to t

him, but persons who knew of his We. invite comparison values.. . V

great interest and untiring zeal in .
this enterprise gladly gave him the
credit for bringing the possibilitiesof

this development so vividly to the T.H.Evans the Jeweler
attention of the engineers that they .
recommended it favorably and for the ,
largest appropriation ever consideredfor
t an inland waterway improvementin OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE [ --I

Florida. It seems peculiarly deplorable
that he should have been ran e ve.cr Orlando
called away just as he was upon the EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING .

eve of seeing his work crowned. with 4e.a

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Pure Candy is More Than a I &t't.r .
Q OI Twenty years ago next month the

Mere Pleasure. Here's Why | Open9a.m.to10,30P.M. I g Rosalind club of Orlando was formed,
and its regular members propose to

Of course, hundreds of people all over the country I Admission 5 cents | celebrate the anniversary by a birth- :
DaIID eat Candy just because they like Candy-just to March 27th. Some very delightful .

satisfy that desire for something sweet---and you also plans are being made for the affair, :

have done the same thing many times.If PETER PAN PARADE AND MINSTRELS at which the guests of honor will be
the charter members and past presi- .

we can convince you that pure candy is dents. Although many of the charter

healthful really beneficial from a. food stand / A gaily imposing parade was given members are now living in other:
yesterday noon by the Peter Pan Minstrels states, it is likely that a number of i i
point, why then you'll realize that your money is well, this merry and popular com them will return to take part in the I

spent when you buy Candy from our large assort- pany being composed, entirely of festivities. Those whose names appear 1
home talent, except their efficient director on the charter members list of I
:Miss' Pearl Rogers, who has the Rosalind are:

for some days past been busily pre- Mrs. Leslie Pell-Clarke, Mrs. W.

. paring for last night's excellent.en.- Audley White, Miss Mollie E. Ray,

tertainment.The; I Mrs. George R. Newell, Mrs. Cecil G.

BUTT'S KNDY KITCHEN[ Orlando band kindly aided Butt, Mrs. Edward M. Shepard, Mrs. If you want a watch that you

1 these "minstrels," furnishing inspiring M. C. Rerdell, Mrs. Willis L Palmer, can be proud of-carry aWalthamWatch
music for the parade and thereby Mrs. Latimer C. Vaughan, Miss May
\ The home oi pure home-made Candies, adding much to the general effect as Rerdell, Mrs. L. H. Davis, Mrs. LeoP. D
an advertisement for their performance Lawrence, Mrs. Addie L Webb,
The Waltham has been awarded
of the evening.The Mrs. Lena Hartridge, Mrs. Arthur F.
Orange Avenue I Odlin, Mrs. W. R. Anno, Miss MaggieI. highest honors at every Interna-
thirteen autos needful for this tional Exposition and has taken '
Hart, Miss Maude M. Anno Miss
parade each bore a section of- thetompany' every Gold Medal offered in ,
Maggie Fitts, Miss Oma Coffey, Miss '
name, so arranged that the America since 1875.
'111111111111111111111111111111111181111111111 111111 Alice Coffey Miss Holden Miss
Mary :
entire line of cars showed on one side, Clara Hutson. "Ifs Time You Owned a Waltham"iloa't
-- -- in letters white background,
huge on
,bay a watch before talkirg -
SQCIETY OF FRIENDS HAVE the words: "Peter Pan Society Minstrels with us. Complete assort-
MEMORIAL cert Waltham Watches in all
WADE PICNIC tonight;" and on the other side, WINDOW TO REV. grades.

"Civic League Minstrels"-the whole CHARLES GRAY '

THE ORLANDO TUNER, FLA. A most enjoyable picnic was heldon affair being under the auspices of this Allen & Co.
the shores of Lake Gatlin yesterday enterprising organization.. Two very beautiful memorial win- ,

by the Society of Friends, and The bright flags carred by the ladies dows have recently been placed in St. JEWELERS '

r nine states and six yearly meetingswere with their red caps and white Peter's church, St. Petersburg; one

Mr. A. :. Blocker, a prominent citizen represented among the fiftyonewho coats lent a gala effect to one of the being a memorial to Bishop Gray's Everything Guaranteed.(

of St. Petersburg, is spending were present. i merriest parades ever held in our brother, Rev. Charles Gray (who was Reliable Repairing.
today in Orlando. The ideal and the I the beloved rector there at the time
day was party town, the whole betokening the splen-
spent many happy hours strolling did success in the evening. of his death) and was given by the

Tourists a! the San Juan for a through the woods near the lake, and Those whom the band escorted in latter's youngest son, Mr. Chas. Gray, .

brief visit include Mr. and Mrs. W. in playing various out door games. this parade, besides Miss Rogers, Jr. The triple chancel window was

S. Steutworth, of New York. At noon a tempting meal of bar- were Mesdames Brittain, McEwan, given by Mr. Tomlinson in memoryof

becued pig and home cooked daintieswas .Hauselt, Woodruff, Lawrence, Ed his mother.It .

_Alligator Shopping Bags reduced to spread on a long table beneaththe wards, Campbell, Lee Miller, Paul Ib ClO. II .CD

bargain prices. Alligator purses, trees, and later the group was McNeil, Thompson, Gedge, Thomas is not so much what we say, but
card cases and belts. Curtis & O'Neal.Dr. entertained by humorous poems, read Brodwater, Merle McElroy, Hal Bear- how it is said that often gets us in ;;

by :Mr. John R. Carey, pf Baltimore.The dall, Weathersby, Fuller, Goodrich, wrong. .1111111111111111111111111111111'11111111111111111111'rir
party returned to the city by Chas. G. Wescott Miller James Ma-
and Mrs. J. P. Roberts, of The scope of the Sentinel want ads.
Charlotte, N. C., are on a-visit to Or- automobiles late in the afternoon gruder, DeWitt Miller, Fort, and is so great that when you insert a little -
after, a most happy outing. Misses Alma DeLaney, Ruby Platt,
lando and are pleasantly located at two-liner or so you are not payingout
the San Juan. Those in attendance were: Berta Branch, Ruth Thompson, Vida
your money a possibility,
John Rand, Mary E.'Cary, S. Pres- Miller; Thornton, Susie Magruder for a reality of service. Inrance
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Wright, ton, Rebecca Carpenter, Margaret Nannie Wood Sarah Slemons, Guilda e

prominent citizens of Lakeland, arrived Griscom, Elmer and Lydia B. Gris- Happersett, Fannie Robinson, and AN ATTRACTIVE PLACE ,-

in Orlando yesterday and are com, Elizabeth B. Griscom, :Mabel Emily Miller. Twenty-acre farm; 10 acres cleared; ::

spending. today looking over this sec Perry, Helen W. Williams, SusanneY. The minstrels were greeted by a six of it in grove; fruit netted over I.
1,000 this year; three acres good : : .
tion. Willek, Elizabeth H. Thomas, Mary -
and enthusiastic audience last
large muck land; good spring of water and I.
L Thomas, Howard and ElizabethH. evening, the frequent hearty applause running brook; six room house in
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Zoller and Mrs. Parry, Beulah H. Parry, L. Anna attesting the appreciation of all pres- good condition, barn, etc. On clay II
Bassett, Tacie P. Paul D. Hull road 2 miles from town. Address :
Miller, of Cincinnati, Ohio, arrivedin Mary s.JV.A
"B, Sentinel. 2-28-6t
Orlando yesterday and are locatedat M. C. Wood, Sarah F. Monroe, AliceP. ent.The entire entertainment was a

,the San Juan for an indefinite Wistar, Richard Wistar, Dr. C. D. great success and will add materiallyto 1 WANTED TO RENT-Furnished cottage :

stay. and Elizabeth A. Christ, Deborah C. the Civic League funds. Much with bath, two sleeping rooms. Phone 172lllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHH
Leeds, Edna H Barnard, Ruth M. credit is due to Miss Pearl Rogers :Prefer shore some lake close in. An- -

Messrs. R. W. Massie and R. W. Palmer, Margaretta. Leeds, Jos. S. and her efficient assistants in the ar- ;swer tinel.before noon Saturday, care 2-28-lt Sen- :.

Massie, Jr., have arrived here to Middleton, Charles and Sarah E. rangements and rehearsals, for the I

spend some time, coming here, from Wright, George and Elizabeth L. Abbott capable manner in which all details FLORIDA'S itinerant typewriter repairman -

Lynchburg, Va. They are stoppingat Oris G. and Lizzie Hall, Hibbard were executed.The D. C. Baldwin, of Jacksonville -
the San Juan. Hall,.Emma Padgett, Emma B. Rob- solos throughout the entire: is at the Glenwood House, liltlllilMtimiMimMMHMMMimilMIOleomargarine

bins, ,Frank T. and Louise F. Har- program were excellent, and the city. --- 2-28-2t II
Mrs. H. L. and Mrs. T.. rington, Geo. L Cary Anna M. I
Cunningham Cary, mirth of the "black face artists" was NORTHERN WOMAN would like position I
H. Williams, of Clarksburg, are Lucius Cary,' Arthur W. and LouisaH. contagious. The local hits were most as housekeeper for widower. :

among the West Virginians arriving Cary, Haddie Wilde, Virginia D amusing, and the audience was keptin Address D. I H. S., care Sentinel. I AMTLL
r yesterday at the San Juan who con- Hess, Mrs. Elmer Hadley, Alfreda a gale of laughter. 2-28-2t : Try Purity Brand.OYA

template an extended stay. Hadley 'Alfred and Keziah Hadley, Although almost completely disguised WHITE HOUSEKEEPER wanted I:
Robt Walker. I by their "make-up," Mrs. one who likes cbildren. References I The Best on the
Arrivals at the San Juan yester- Woodruff and Mrs. Fuller were recognized required. Call evenings. A. F. Wood, I

day from Kane, Pa., include Mr. and MRS. ROBERTSON ENTERTAINS as the "end men' of the musical 8 W. Livingston avenue. 2-28-3t : Market. \ Jue nt
Mrs. E. A. Yedder and son, Miss Bes TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB group., A late arrival of a :
LOST-Cameo breastpin with scalloped
sie Kelly and Frank McNeal. They black face artisj, who came in on a gold band. Leave at this- I Shoe Polish 3 in 1. We
will probably remain in Orlando sev- The Twentieth Century dub held a hobby horse, caused much merriment, I office and receive reward. 2.28-3t :

eral weeks.. ,particularly interesting meeting yes- especially when she announced that I have it.

terday afternoon, Mrs. W. H. Robertson she was riding "Dutchess Hal!" FOR SALE :
DEATH OF DR. JOHN C. PEYTON being hostess. As it was,the'anniversary Little Miss Lewis danced, and was Farm of twenty acres, about ten I
cleared about cul
acres seven acres : Educator Toilet Soap Makes the
of Longfellow's birth, the recalled to the stage time after time tivated. 21-2 miles west of Taft I .
One of Winter Garden's1 esteemed literary exercises were chiefly relat- by the delighted audience. Mr. LeRoy P.O., near Lake Davis. Good wire I Skin Soft and White.
citizenS Dr. John ; fence on three sides. SmaH new
C. Peyton, passed ing to this great poet. Giles, as Madame Kosciosko Tre-
house and well. About 15,000 feet of
away in one of our local hospitals Mrs. Crooker, of Boston, gave an voni, made the hit of the evening, saw timber. Land all dry and suit-

early yesterday morning, after a excellent talk, Longfellow being her and Mrs. Warlow charmed all with able for trucking or citrus fruit. Am .
brief period of serious illness,'thoughhe too old to work it and will sell.at a
theme and told in Old
a very bright and 'Hy Kentucky GROCERY
has been in poor health for two bargain. Owner. Box 137, Taft, Fla. THE SANITARY
instructive way of his character, his Miss Roberta Branch, assisted bjJewell's 227lmd&wEat
years past., I .work and of his standing and influ- orchestra, accompanied the
His wife and son, who are both welt ence in England as well as in Amer- singers, and the music was particularly what you want. CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
known here, have been in town for ica. pleasing.The Eat all you want.
several days, the latter, Mr'J. Ran participants Miss Rogers Take a postscript and forget it. 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
Songs by Longfellow were given, were For sale by all durggists.
dolph Peyton, leaving last night for
and Mrs. Seth Woodruff Mrs. JohnT.
and some original poems by membersof l7d&wlyrOSTEOPATHY
Pittsburg, where the burial will take the club.A Fuller, Mrs. E. W. Edwards, Mrs.L. i
place. Bishop Gray held a brief ser- CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
dainty souvenir spoon was awarded H. Gedge, Mrs. C. G. Wescott, Mrs.
vice at the undertaker's yesterday to Miss Eunice Ives as prize in John McEwan, Mrs. Lee Miller, Mrs. MiiiisiM' ' IIIIII'III'IIII'"
afternoon, attended by the relatives L B. Fort, Mrs. B. C. Buxton, Mrs. -- - -- -- -- -- ---
the literary contest. - - - --- -- - -- - -
and friends. DR. J. C .HOWELL
Late in the afternoon light refresh- Chester W. Goodrich, Mrs. Paul Mc- Hours, 1O12,3and by appointment
Previous to moving many years Neil, Mrs. Merle McElroy, Mrs. T. H.
ments served and
were a pleasant social -
I Xo extra charge for house treatment
ago to Florida, Dr. Peyton had resided -
half hour enjoyed by all. Thompson, Mrs. James Magruder, Telephone connections ONE 1913 .
in Pittsburg, but his native Mrs. W. M. Brittain, Mrs. Oscar Miller -

town was Gallatin, Tenn. Go to Gardiner's Needle Craft Shop Mrs. Allen Weathersbee, Mrs. Office cor. Orange and Central Aves. Hudson Touring Car
-- ------- ---- ----
Mr. Randolph Peyton holds a responsible -
Tho3. Brodwater, Mrs. Hal Beardall,
tor noveltes in beads for chains and LUTHER THE FLORISTCut
government position in the iridescent bead bags, hand em- Miss Ruby Platt, Miss Ruth Thompson DRIVEN 3,000 MILES
Jacksonville, and his mother may decide -I Sarah
broidered linen dresses and waists. Miss Alma DeLaney ss Flowers
upon that city as her home, but Designing and stamping. 5 North Slemons, Miss Vida Miller, Miss RuthE.

rill remain here a few days longer Orange avenue, opposite San Juan Mcllvaine, Miss Emily Taylor Miller ROSES, VIOLETS, ABSOLUTELY Y PERFECT CONDITIONA

with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dade, the hotel. 2-28-2t Miss Susie Magruder, Miss, Nor- CARNATIONS, PANSIES,
two families having been close friends ma Beacham, Miss Berta Beacham, BARGAIN AT
for a score cf years past. l POTTED PLANTS
For the news, read The Sentinel Miss Lillian Smith, Mtep Mayme
Thornton, Miss Millie Smith, Miss
Part of the machinery for Chipley's $1,100 .
Guilda IlappersettMis. Fannie Rob-
Subscribe for the Sentinel
new ice plant has arrived and '., inson. Good Wood $1.50

workmen will soon have the building
Better Wood $2 and $2.25
I ready. The machinery will be in- REDUCTION ,,' ,LE of Japanese

stalled and the plant working by the ideas Painter and and old interior ones, too.decorator.: Fhone New 636. hand *nd hand paintedsilk Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75 San Juan Garage Co.
first of
May. The
plant will have a Expert workmen employed. gauze dress patterns, prettierand
capacity of ten tons daily, and this more durable then chiffon, just This won't last long,

will be increased as the demand re- WOOD, COAL AND ICE the thing for the new draperies. I Stock up while you can.Orlando All Night ServiceAJAX

quires. Wood, fL50. a strand up Hand's Woman's Exchange, Monday, March I

I Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf 2nd to March 6th. 2-26-3t Wood Yard
TIRES don't cost any more and are guar-

men.Chiropodist Manicure for, pedicure both men, face and wo and Eat what you want. W. T. ENTRICAN, 101 W. Pine St. anteed (for five thousand miles.'Eating .
Feet Eat all you want. Offers to Orlando the newest and best
J.scalp Mustard massage., 117 Orange a specialty.avenue, L Take a postscript and forget it. 6t workmanship in 'Ithe painting and B. W. KING.SLEY. Proprietor

Curtis & O'Neal's store. 2-6-lm over For. sale', by. all druggists. decorating trade. Phone 636.
l-7-d&w-lyr 121.1m .L

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F 160-acre farm in southern Kansas, r
t t J I half under plow, balance pasture; all 1.. ,
fenced; best of soft water within 15 ki .'. '
MUNNIMAKERS to 20 feet of surface; house and 2 4 _" # ?;;{ 1
Notices of Lost, Wanted For Sale, For wells, wind mill; close to good school; "i -fid-ii;
Rent, etc. for thu column 25c for one day six miles of county seat and two oth- :JO.L 1" -:: '
60c for three day or $LOO for one week. for : ;. -'i.s. ;:
er railroad towns title rf" .i ,
; perfect Wm.
25 words or less. Money must )
New Arrivals the Advertisement fer this column accompany u no L. Coryell, 201 Concord avenue, Or- 'lAhuotDia : .O):
insertions will be made on credit. lando. 2-25-lw . 4 ... ,..,
-HC' ..- "
$1,000 Buys a five-room house and DASHEENS.The f -- '-
.r\"i..c. f-
lot within one block of Lake Eola. South's ..= 1.\ ; '1. ., ; ..
Ratines for the Irish
Eponges Crepes Poplins
TerryCloth j .
.. -
See Frank Soper, Room 3, McNeill & potato. Very productive. More \
Lawns in the latest colors., Ladies Davis Bldg. 2-18-10t yields up to 500 bushels per acre. En- iniy one iefttoseir \

a'y Home Journal 'Patterns atE FOR SALE-Bicycle for sale, or will went dorsed, Washington by the Agricultural, D. C. Now Depart-is the Four built and sold in less than 3 months

} exchange for second hand buggy. time to plant For seed apply toP "
_ M. W. Heatherington, R. F. D. No. 2, F. LAUBACH, 1 Best values ever offered in Orlando
: McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT Orlando. 2-22-14 Orlando, Fla.
; ,
Price S275.OInspect

An elegant modern home; four bed-
4 STORE rooms; two bath rooms; gas and elec- FOR RENT FURNISHED-rA pleas- No. '5 today.
tricity throughout; fruit trees and ant bed room, three blocks from
flowers. 509 East Central avenue. court house. No children. Apply at An ideal all year round home-at a low price

_ 128 ,.S.. Orange Ave.HiMIMIIMMIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMttlltttt. 2-15-tf the Woman's Exchange. 2-27-tf

t FOR SALE-Bargains in improvedand FOR RENT-5-room house, partly
unimproved land. See S. S. furnished. See Frank Soper, Room
Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2-26-wlm 3, McNeill & Davis Bldg. 2-18-10t FRED. B. DALE, Owner

F . ' .' SEE H. H. WITHERINGTON for a FOR RENT-Large attractive room
bargain in a winter home at Apopka, in new bungalow. 203 Ridgewoodavenue. 306 Anderson Street.

s I Orange 2-13-6t.lt county wItttftttMIMMIIHMMMItllllMIMIHIIMIIimtt, Florida... 2-4 tf

r Wilson Says No Such Request,Was made inroads on some of the docu- ..
Ever Made ments tied with red tape and stored .
away in "pigeon holes." t I '

Washington, Feb. 26. Word came Brooms, "swatters" and sodium
: direct from President Wilson today chloride were the weapons of the at- See Corner .

-P that the. United States had never requested tacking force. II .. III MILLINERY OPENING POSIPONfD)

permission to send marinesto II

Mexico City and had not discussednor Henry D. Whitfield, the noted New I:: Lake and Anderson : Wednesday and ThursdayMarch
taken up the subject in any way York architect library specialist, was
:c with Mexican officials. in St. Petersburb one day last week 1111i 5th" '

,. fr For several'-days there has been and had with him the preliminary i! Streets 4th and

considerable discussion in official cir- plans for the Carnegie library to be ,

cles about the sending of a legation erected in the Sunshine City. Fur .I The public cordially invited.

guard to Mexico City, similar to those ther developed plans and drawingsare I
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sent by Great Britain and Germany, promised the library board mem-
while it is admitted that the bers about the first of April. The USSESIATOTOMDUMAgents :

ington administration had wash-I building will be of Spanish renais- SALE-600 acres of high grade FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom
citrus'land 2 miles facing Orlando to persons wishing suburban
sidering the advisability of sance architecture, of cream colored ; Ir
and Oakland brick road, and 21-2 accommodations; also 2 acres good
step, it was positively stated that no brick, trimmed with terra cotta, and miles on lake shore. S. S. Griffin, truck land, close in. Good opportu-
decision in the matter had been red tiled roof, will have all modern Orlando, Fla. nity for right person. Address "A," for CorsetsMcCalTs
reached.It improvements and be up to date in Sentinel 9-8tf Barclay .

also has been reported here that every respect. The building will havea FOR SALE HOUSE FOR RENT-Six rooms,
.p the Huerta government was not capacity for properly shelving 16- Six hundred acres timber land, and modern; located at 311 N. Orange PatternstmiMiiiiiiiiiiii" t

averse to having foreign countries 000 volumes. ten acre orange grove, with two milesof avenue. Call at 311 N. Orange 2-24-tf ave- r

send legation guards and that the lake shore, near Winter Garden, nue. ,
one of the greatest trucking and 308 West street.
diplomatic' representatives in :Mexico FOR SALE
of Florida. The
citrus centers
orange week.
Rooms, $3.50 to $5.00 per **
t City from practically all the nations 20 acres located three miles from crop will pay interest on the whole Large verandas. Everything new '
had recommended such action. Thee city on proposed brick road; ,eight investment. Terms. S. S. Griffin, and modern. 2-22-lw
United States' has been advised previously acres bearing 'grove; two acres owner, Orlando, Fla. 2-5 Real Estate Agents, Investors and HomeseekersATTENTION
cleared and ten timber MISCELLANEOUS
acres ; four
of the intention of other countries FOR SALE-At bargan, if takenat
room cottage. Price $3,500. a -
to ,send guards and has offeredno 25 acres four miles from city; ten once: One two-chair barber ESTRAYED-From Lake Conway, a
objection. acres in grove, four hundred bearing shop, known as the "0. K.," at 203 dark bay mare, thick set, western six-room cottage, with
orange and two hundred three-year- Boone street, doing good business; branded, about eight years old, gear I offer for $1,900 two-story,
Officials here made it plain ,that old grapefruit trees; twelve acres 10 acres good land just outside city on right shoulder, recently clipped. rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, north.
'they regarded.such an announcementby fruit land and three acres garden limits, 125 bearing orange trees, Reward. M.' Scott, Box 711, Orlando Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also
General Huerta as being made for land; cottage ,and barn, located on grapefruit, tangerines, mandarines, Fla. 2-22-4t six-room bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special
..3 its possible effect in Mexico:City and lake front. Price $5,000. and two large pecan trees; four room WANTED-An experienced Japanesecook heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy base-
house barn horse and rig,
70 choice good
acres fruit and vegetable new
7 to accentuate the provisional would like position in private suitable for laundry or
and sealed
presi- wainscoated ,
land; three and one-half miles from farming implements. This place is at Sentinel office. ment,
dent's repeated assurances that foreigners city. Price $30 per acre. located near Clear lake. Owner wantsto family.2-15-10t Inquire furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery.
are in no danger. Five-room cottage and lot one hun- sell on account of health. ,Address House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These
dred by four hundred feet located Hugh 'S. Miller, Orlando, or call at between. I
; on with house
to the rose
those at corners
main highway leading out of 203 Boone street. 2-25-tf WANTED-Ladies bring lots connect ,
U. S. MAKES WAR AND ROUTS Price $2,000.Five city. combings to us. Don't destroy offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission.
them. We will make what want.
ROACHES acres of bearing orange grove, Ever Try our Classified-Ads. you Open to all.
Come and stock and examine
well located. see our
N Washington, Feb. 2G. Hostilities Price $2,000.
our work. We invite inspection. If .
were declared at the big state, war lake acres overlooking a beautiful They have proven their worth many you haven't the hair we supply it. E. N. COY .
one one-fourth miles from
times and will be valuable to
and Our stock is genuine. We make everything -
building. The forces railroad
navy of
station and packing house; if to the test. Let them be Norlb,0rlando
20 you put to order. Will pay cash for 307 West St.,
Secretaries Bryan, Garrison and Dan acres bearing orange grove con- your agent in: combings. Nickolas & Nickolas, 305
iels, led by Capt Thomas H. Emerson taining fourteen hundred trees. The Renting a house, selling property or Garland avenue. 2-19-dw-lm ' .
United States army, comprised remaining land is high grade fruit anything on the market, finding lost Mill mutt11"111
x and garden soil. Price $12,000. articles, securing help or positonsin WANTED-All parties who had mail
the attacking party. They were vic 2,000 acres, choice fruit land "
well a thousand ways they can be used addressed "Motor "B, "F. R.,
torious. located. Can be had at a bargain. profitably. "A" and "X. Y. Z." to call at this .
The enemy were roaches, J. E. CRAWFORD,: office and get same. 2-27-3t
'S and'in hordes. ; 117 Office South Over Orange'Blue Ave.Drug Phone Store,404, W. T. E "TRICAXf WANTED-Two furnished rooms for Til I l' t Seilhillel l :

The combined forces attacked every Orlando, Florida. Makes a specialty of painting, paper- light housekeeping, close in, rent ll )
desk and closet in the building and 2-20-tf Ing, refinishing floors, furniture, etc. reasonable. Address L. S., care Sen-
Phone 636. 1-21-1m tinel. 2-27-3t

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