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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: March 3, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00344
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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THE PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST-TABLE.: YOU GET ALL:OIL, THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS JT I APPENS

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VOLUME TWO. ,ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, MARCH a 3, 1914. ; NUMBER 18 ,,,.
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s: THIRTY MEN FACE f DEATH ON ; NEW[ / YORK HAS S WORST STORM ADMITS N

t'IX1fN IVf r PUBLICIiV CAMPAIGN I IS STORM SWEPT BARGES SIN >TWfNlY.RYf[ YEARS[ r PRESIDENT f SERIOUSNESSOFMAilERSINTROUBLED f [ ..




t. PLANNED BY y ORLANDO IMOf BODY Life Savers Launch in Sight a Board but for Unable to Many Traffic Deaths Is Result Stopped\ From by Heavy Cold and I F l (f MEXICO- .:


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''r .. Their Rescue Snow Drifts -

{..i.,: MUCH INTEREST- IN ANNUAL COUNTY AGENT ATTENDS, New York, March 2-Special-) New. York, March 2-Special- SIXTH ANNUAL CHAUTAUQUA BELIEVED THAT HE, HAS a

"k MEETING WHEN G JNS[ VIMEDNG[[ Thirty-two death tonight men on are eight hopelessly steel barges facing The caused most twelve paralyzing deaths storm in and since around 1888 O OPENS[ TO [rull H HOUSE U [ ABOUT CONCLUDED. TO

LAID OUTs TAKE A HAND
WORK IS I ISubjects anchored in a fifty-mile gale off Fire New York, demoralized train 'service

Island shore. I and partly cut off telegraph' and telephone .
of Pertinent Bearing on Their All Seats 'Were Filled and Many

mJk iBMJbHAW Work I>? 2IW BtixW> SWsgsica1:1nt Life savers are watching the im- < service aAd from mid-Sunday"t untilianigt < Sim JPaus** Sbr YisS&asQn gfgJ! tHAMgtt MJZ AJJUY f tt
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I Each barge is loaded with two thou Tonight the storm abated and clear

AS PRESIDENT AND HOWARD IS Mr. Chas. H. Baker recently appointed sand tons of coal and stands only weather is predicted tomorrow. Be- The Orlando opera house didn't ASKS THAT STATE DEPART..

r RE-ELECTED SECRETARY; county agricultural agent for two feet out of the water. Big waves sides facing a milk and coal famine have seating capacity for the initial MENT RECONSIDER HIS RE-

OTHER PROMINENTMEN Orange county returned Saturday are sweeping over them and they may the city is probably: without fire protection I number of the sixth annual Chautauqua QUEST THAT EMBARGO ;

FILL ROSTER from a meeting t of the county agents sink any moment throughout Brooklyn, Rich which took place Sunday after. ON ARMS BE RESTORED '

: held at the state experiment stationat mond, and the Bronx wires are disabled noon. Every available seat was taken :1

Gainesville. making the fire alarm system and fully a hundred people stood dur- ,

Last night's weather caused the Mr. Baker: has taken up his work YfGGMAN. IUIIO[ AT WhO D worthless and cutting off communication. -. ing the exercises. The crowd' was The Washington prevailing opinion March in-Washingtontoday (Special-) [ '

date for the annual meeting, of the with and .making his head- made welcome by Mr. W. R. O'Neal,
is ,.
energy
FORTUNE is that President Wilson ha
r Orlando Board of Trade to be one oft quarters in the court house at the office HAD BUSED [ Several vessels and coasting crafts the president and by Mr. Forrest his last stand intervene ttaken
against
;t ... were foundered outside the harbor ina Dabney Carr, the platform manager.
the most disagreeable of, the season, of the superintendent of public --- tion,in Mexico. '*

'but in spite pf this fact a large num. instruction. To the Sentinel he gave Search for Buried Treasure to Be tremendous fifty-mile gale. The Male Goshen Quartette band played and the'Rob-followed For the first time the pred# ( :
ley being
and the session was the the following'account of the Gainesville sang made effort while to '
ber attended, no talking
newspaper
Pursued by Officers and Othersat the first lecture of'the,
by series
v + 'best'held in many months.The meeting: li DISAPPEARS[ fROM ANCIENT Von correspondents to minimized, the
Y Savannah given by' Madame Lydia .
A session the county agents for seriousness of the situation ", .
retiring president, Cot J.. N.' Finklestein Mountford on the Shep- ) ,
co-operative demonstrationwork CITY MYSTERIOUSLYSon He made it plain thai he' only
,Bradshaw, submitted his report covering fanners' herd Life in Palestine. Madame was
/ the. and was held at Gainesville Febru- Savannah, Ga., March 2.-The police considering,the terrible effects of war.
V the activities of .year, ........... Mountford is a native of Jerusalem
(S showed :that the body had been active ary 24th ,to 27th, inclusive, and wasa this morning began a search for and her lecture-sermon highly Out of several conferences be Vt lrepresentatives't ,
was
8: in advancing the material progress most interesting and profitable occasion 20,000 f supposed"to have bead,buriedin of Winter Visitor Was Last Seenin entertaining and instructive, the pictures ,at the White,House

,f of,the town. The sr maiy made alluSion to all concerned. The topics and near Savannah by C.' C. CraveD 'St Augustine a she gave of the native life in and state department and 'interested

4. '. to the leading movements in discussed were varied and fundamental a' yeggman, who was recently t Week Ago her own land being new to the greater foreign ambassadors, these, facts' have
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which the board had figured but made in,character, and all were important killed in a fight with,a railroad special developed: .
At number of her hearers and accompanied
only casual reference to 'the 'many on account of their connection agent at Wildwood, Fla. Craven, St Augustine, Fla., 'March 2.- I with that charm- of descriptive First England and spat jointly:
: minor'branches of the.worKSecretary with 'the scientific farming that whose correct name is said to have Florida furnishes thh setting for a agree that the United States must'be
N which causes her to be '
should take the place of certain, methods been Charles Pintos, left a: widow in mystery almost paralleling the now power responsible for the lives and property
C. E. Howard's report one of the most popular and, sought
% now widely employed in Florida. Savannah, ,and, she wrote to another famous Catherine Winters case, in the I! of their citizens and force reparation _
had to do with the acquirement of after Chautauqua entertainers.
The idea,is not to find fault with use alleged yeggman that the money was disappearance of a young Mississippi ,for wrongs already committed. Other -
and the'status. of the treasury
members
: ful' and profitable practices, but to buried here, .and masked that the come ,lad j at St. Augustine. Police' and II Madame Mountford conducted the i foreign countries also assume alike

showing a good balance on hand }help, as ,far as possible all who re- and help' her recover it. newspapers throughout the state have I Bible'hour,exercises_,yesterday',morning i attitude. ''
1 and all obligations discharged. espedally been appealed to to join in the search' ; Mrs. Ida B. Cole gave a lecture I Second. '
quire assistance of any kipd, I Mrs. Craven is now ill la a local I The state department sent
4' When the time arrived for the election those who feel the need of bet hospitaL Mrs. Craven's mother livesin for Henry Wilson the 14-year-old son I dealing with the problems of.:woman.In I answer to Carranza's insulting note
of officers Mr. Seth Woodruff the afternoon Miss Zenola Mac-
of Mrs. W. A. Wilson of New Al.lignp Gay of
ter, things. i recent date telling him that this
Ohio, / .. '
of Mr.. H..H. .Dick.on Syragusp 3. ..J kr from "Withinthe
the Laren
placed name reading !
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f tt Amongst'"the i matters that receive! ; Missy who has been visiting m I gave'a country 'won't hamper his wounded
.m in nomination.' ,'Mr. Dieks n' was I Law" and in the evening she '
Sit attention :were: Soils, their improvement The Sentinel carried a story a few the Ancient City and who has been pre : dignity.* ;An expedition will start in 4
not present, but some, one stated in sented "Peg o My Heart" as a monoLogue '
missing exactly one week a day or so, from Juarez, carrying
and upbuilding; forage and hay days ,ago telling of the visit of the _
his behalf that he had been consulted I St. play. The Goshen band, and the
'last
The boy in, Augustine American and British
crops; special crops, such as sugar young widow't Orlando in search of was seen e .representative .
with view to taking the presidencybut Robley quartette assisted at these en
a
cane, with its culture, handling, syrup her husband. 0 on last Tuesday, February examine the body of Benton. New ";
had said that, other duties would : making, and marketing; implements; 27, and although the police of that tertainments. Today's program. follows demands have been made on Carranza

prevent his acceptance. Mr., J. P. fertilizers, with co-operative buyingand city have exhausted all possible : relative, to the American Baun.

'_. Holbrook then ,nominated : tuff, saying that he had ,served the "The Childhood
the eradication of the cattle tick; on clue that may lead to the whereabouts i Mountford, of : and to.day'he ordered the charge
)i. _. t, bt>dy' in that capacity and'proved which successful raising in Florida PAY"DEARLY fOR NEGLECT[ I of the missing lad, they haveso "Christ" ..: I d'affaires of the Mexican embassy $o

fi 1'aD, active and successful president really depends; swine; inoculation. far been unsuccessful and now 3' p. m.-Prelude: Roger's Goshen place before Secretary Bryan his.last
i.. Mr. 'M. 0, Overstreet seconded the against hog cholera.As they are expanding ,their efforts Ii band. Robley:Male Quartette. proposition. He wants the embargtfon ,

;F, r.. nomination, ,and .Mr. W.. R. O'Neat topics of particular interest on Heavy Penaltiies Provided for'Those throughout the state. f '3:30, p. nu Lecture: "Good House munitions, as 'recently lifted by
that the nomination be'closed
moved
be \ Who Failed to Get in Their _The lad's mother is very'positivein Furnishing"" (illustrated by twelve President' Wilson. restored
of novelty promise may
rand account or I
f,4 that the .election be.,made unani- .1 4
her belief
UiatTie did not
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mentioned: the various velvet beans J Returns run away models of furnished rooms),tMrs. IdaB. -I' -
: S'mous. This was done, and Mrs Woodruff such and she can'not.begin.to'account,'for I Cole. MEXICANS ARE ARRESTEIbFOgr. .
and other legumes, as Japan -'
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declared elected not before
was \dis
'J.' his ppearanct. She. asserts that f
he clover burr clover and crimson clover March 2.-This 8 fa.-Full concert: Robley Male ,DEATH OF AMERICAN
p.
'; y protesting: however, that would Washington,. s thejgutJ\? was possessed }
\ quiet,
a
prefer serving as a lay member. Mr. for soil building in* sections to the last,day under the new incometax loving disposition and having Quartette. Readings by Mr: BayardT. 'El Pa.so, Tex., March Special).

' 4 Woodruff named a number of mem- which they are adapted. Then the law for the filing of returns o,on that his ,heart could possibly everything Robley. -J ohn,Harmon, thirty years of' age,

f ''Cbe.rs'who, he said, were better quali- newly introduced grasses, such as private. income for.ias$ year., Under had hot the"slightest to Supt Forrest Dabney Carr, in open American, representatiye of the Pearson .
c. '' flldl i nd in view of his having served Rhodes grass and Natal grass, whoseuse regulations of the, treasury 'department crave make his own into the excuse world. ing the course,.said: interests was murdered at his

previously were more justly entitled appears' Widely available for pas- only sickness and absence are He Is described way'as being of fair com- "Chautauqua comes to us.by way of home on Saturday 'morning in, Madero. -

\'t ;the* honor. His objections were ture and hay. Amongst implementsthe regarded as'grounds for an,extension. plexion, having .large, blue and I the Indians, and like most things According to advices received at R

1% :not cVisidered, and he had no chance disc plows for breaking land, and All those, ;who fail to fif their returns light hair, and tall for eyes hi from a primitive people the name is the offices,of the Pearson company h

i f lo\*:eS hpe. The other officers were the adjustable weedsr, one of the today are liable to' fines ranging. from When last"seen, very he wore( a, blue sage.,- taken from a picture I in nature. The this city today, the killing was acci-
serge
; *elected most satisfactory of recent inven- $20 to $10,000.Collectors lake on whose lip is located the mother dental. .
without fol-
'a
opposition, as
coat, brown pants and a, red coat 5
't i$ow$:; 'FirSt'vice-president. James L tions, came in for commendation., It of internal, revenue were sweater over a striped shirt with astafdin.collar. 'of all Chautauquas is in such shapeas Harmon's housekeeper a' Mexieaa

i ) c i; p :;.}econd vice-president, ,H. H. is to be hoped that the weeder may recently advised' to forward to the For his headgear he to suggest a bag with a string tied woman and her son, Miguel Alvarez

|.|:|V,: ,picksoS; third vice-president, E. H. meet with,approva and wider,'.introduction treasury department' reports showingthe wore a cap. around it'in the'middle, and so it got are under arrest a

\. r't 'Walketsecretary-treasurer, C. E. in our county. number of returns filed as,of.February The youth accompanied hi&'inpther its name. Harmon was a graduate from am
,The best offeeling, prevailed during "Chautauqua, however has Eastern college and from Syracuse,
20, and officials now
Howar' j, executive committee: S: A. were prepared to St. Augustine for a month's" visit .
,Johnson; w E. Martin and T. P.War1a1 the session, and the agents, by today to receive these reports. As and they were to haveT returned, to come to mean a method of, culture, New York. t
the adoption ,of',a special resolution, fast as the work can be dispatched, their home and the hundreds that are scatteredover Three hundred Mexicans at Madert
Mississippi Friday.
t. Voiced ''their er timenit'W th regardto officials will begin,issuance of assessments -*, this country are indeed schools are out of work because of the suspension '
To Raise'Fnnds Mrs Wilson has
; for. AdvertisbglfJW : called her husbandto
i the friendly attitttde -thr ughout preliminary to the payment of for teaching, and they have been ar of the Pearson plant, and
:l,. + \ ) : 0'Nealcalled the,attea- of the members of the facnlty of the the tax. St. Augustine to take personal ranged in such way as,the great multitude they' are in a state of mind which

J.j .- oii'(\f.t tka board to the beneficial! results university andpf. the experiment. station Yesterday the White 'House execu- charge of the search for their missingboy of people unable to get into might prompt them to indulge .in a
and he is expected"da1Iy..
.jo!pkagazine advertising' and : %'*?3w tive force' compiled ,a statement of organized nstitutions, such, as colleges wholesale massacre, which causing

t,. ...guggested hat ,the body arrange to The campus and the handsome and President W son's private income for ( and universities" find that the grave fear among Amerieans.'t" j

:. .! v;contract ,foi\ space in 'several of the substantial buildings of the 'university submission,:.to the collector at Balti- OlD CHUM LEAVES[ MONUMENT Chautauquas furnish them a very decided ,

f. ( high.. ,data' magazines for the next with the gran4 effect .in future more. The president is,jiot taxableon cultural education. BOARD OP TRADE TO raY FOR

...:i'. .' .season ,,Jl(' 'W. S. Branch testified when all plans shall be carried out, his $75,000 government salary.DR. fOR R.LSTEVENSONEmployes "This...Chautauqua which opened: WEATHER STATIONThe
,to' thtg at' mand for the ,booklet i were a positive revelation, and everyone Sunday, has been in operation:in this 1

'last;issued and to the fact,*that the I in Florida should feel proud of COOK WILL:;TELL STORY AT community for several years and has I Board of Trade received a com-

a. supply Vas running ,short He saidit them. f* LUCERNE, TONIGHT \ of Shoe Dealer Will Carry i afforded.many an opportunity,for familiarizing munication last night from Mr. F. N.

would)rejuire some ,time to pre-1 It is expected that other Sessions, ,f' Out Will 'of.Their themselves with many of I Boardman offering to do the work

: ,\, pare the matter for and have another I Ii of ,like character/will be ordered for Dr. Fred Cook will. reach ft Orlando Benefactor l'' the important' movements in modern I necessary to the maintenance of a

, !r oklet 'printed, and he thought it! the future, and in this way a good this afternoon for his lecture at the education well as affording wholesome -1 government weather station at Orlando -

: } p*f tobegin"!now to renew, the sup-! and far. reaching influence must result Lucerne tonight, when he will relate Monterey, Cal., March, 2.When' ,and profitable entertainment in if the government would furnish 'I

J take President, Woodruff, -who had the story of. his, trip' to the North Robert Louis Stevenson visited this the programs that have been participated -: the necessary apparatus ia the way

the :.chair,,took _the matter up scREGISTRATION' Pole. *Dr. Cook made many 'photo- old Spanish town many years ago,',he, in Jby many of the noted lecturer -' of thermometers, rain gauges, pd the. '

immediately, and appointed a committee BOOKS CLOSE graphs of the polar regions and will was hard up, and his shoes 'were and entertainers of the cowl;,, like. Mr. Boardman was once, io',the,

,composed:: of 'M ssrs. M. 0. "UNTIL MARCH. 15 show these in illustration of his lecture. mended and remended by George Ber- try. .' army and has had considerable experience .. 4 V

.f James Iv, Giles to secure the funds ,. He will, take up the Peary 'controversy thold, the village cobbler. The two "It has not been the object of this in meteorological matters. The aboard

Jverstreet, ..J.5N.. Bradshaw and Supervisor: of Registration Frank and will show that, he was became chums. f institution to make money, but rather passed a resolution' calling on _.

"necessary,., estimated, roughly.. at L Williams kept the books open yesterday the first white matt reach the Pole. As Stevenson became famous Ber- to, make itself 'a means for diffusing the Florida representatives to try and "

}j 4. ,$1,500." 'and run the total up to 726 forth An opportunity will be given the people thold prospered somewhat- financially, culture and 'uplifting the community.The get Orlando on the weather map. Mr.
:1. ,The; plan agreedupon to secure the two- Orlando districts. He received to meet Dr. Cook and talk with blossoming into'a shoe 'store'proprietor. -I management this year has,spared W. R. O'Neal reported that he had '

\; f funds':was to'sell,the booklets at cost ;:during the day the district him face,to;face. He is regarded by He left in his will a provisionfor neither time nor expense in arranging prevoiusly tried to have this done but '

:. .to, real estate,.firms, hotels, boardinghouses book" from two or three of the smaller 1 many as a' much maligned man, and a monument to the man who was a course worthy oftthe patronage and had been turned down. ,Mr. O'Nealwas

and others who had< calls. for. precincts,;'all showing light regis it is said thai after, hearing the ,explorer his friend. The. remainder of-his estate co-operation of all people who are'interested given charge of the further efforts ;

"' 'of them. The-demand4or the booklets- tra on. The books will be closed until It is difficult ,think_ thafrhe I was left to his,tw oclerks. in the upbuD of the citizensof in this direction. r 4

s' has, !been such,vthat thousands'have :March: 15, when the supervisor is not entitled to the :glory which I The courts somehow: expunged from the country and who .ft"h: 4o helpin

; .:been distributed' .nd',it was been nee- win open. his 'office/or registration Admiral f :'Peary now 'holds as being the will the provision for the monument the widening of the vusion of this Mr. LeRoy Giles has boughtHapmobfle. anew..
essary to limit the'number again ,until April 15. During ,thai! i _. ,
; given out' : the discoverer, the:Pole. but the clerk,who received community. i
$ :Real estate. agencies,have proved the period voters from any section of the the entire estate, today announced "The management most earnestly' o fIf '>

; : f,tat distributors,. and i it was developed county 'may register at the tupervis- ,j THE wEATHER ,1 that they would contribute at least as appeals for sympathetic cooperationin Alligator shopping.bags'reduced tby ,r'bargainprices

: ,:;: f 1" ' in 'the, discussion:; J that several ors' office Jn" the court house.' Tax, Florida:' 'Fair and;'rising temperature mueh as Berthold set: aside ;and the 'all the exercises as planned for the at Cnrti if' & O'Neal's' '

X \ \; Collector Martin receipted for many : Tuesday and probably Wednesday. . monument will be bail, in a littlei session now beginning. -It.. is well to book* 'atronery'r J _, -
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STATE NEWS NOTES IIMMIMIIHIillllMiiMHIMIMMIilMMMMIMiMSPECIAL 11 iiiiiiiiiii+4+i MtilMMIIMIIMMI

SALE OF '
T (From the Gainesville Sun) Today at
The Baptists in Seabreeze have or-
ganized and will soon erect a house

z of Pensacoia's worship. chamber of commerce Gas Heaters MONTGOMERY PICTURE[ GO'S MOTION Grand Theatre


will establish a permanent exhibit of {
Escambia county's products. WE STILL HAVE A FEW HEATERS LEFT THE THEATRE BEAUTIFULHelen

AND DO NOT WANT TO CARRY THEM OVER

According by the to sanitary a census inspector taken in, there Mulberry THE SUMMER SO ARE OFFERING THEM AT Gardner (Mrs. Duncan Pell) in the great Russian play

are 524 buildings in that town. THE FOLLOWING CASH PRICES :
Olg'a 'Tr eskof '"
The Kissimmee Valley Gazette says .
with a large capital is OLD PRICE SALE PRICE
a company to Deals with the big question of the the Russian
boring for oil there and expects day, great po.litical

:k find it _ $8.50 $6.00' question. A story showing the tortures endured by

A big concert will Jacksonville be held in the the 6.50 4.50 the unfortunate political prisoners in Siberia. Mrs. Duncan
Duval theater in on r
12th of next month for the benefit of Pell at her best.
4.50 3.00
the Confederate reunion fund.

Also a great picture ,by the Selig Co.
Mrs. A. R. Bogue, of Orlando, arrived ,
in Delray Wednesday morning

i and will friends.spend-Ddray several Progress.The months. herewith ORNDO WATER[ & LIGHT C a "THE SUPREME' TEST"By


State Bar association is in session request of our patrons a return engagement of a week

splendid in social Tallahassee program this was week.preparedfor A Gas Department has been arranged with "Miss Ruth Pearl,"

the entertainment of the visitors. fllilllillMlilllMiilllllllMilMiiiiillllllllllllt
+ "A Dainty Singer of Sweet Songs"
s A number of delegates from Florida -
i will attend the tenth annual con-
ference of the national child labor Continuous Performance from 3:30: to 10 P. M.
L committee to be held in New Orleans

March 14.18 Children lOc Adults 20c

The school grounds at Sorrento are f ..

feet now equipped deep, which witty will a driven serve well the eight dou-, ; 1I1I11111111111111111I1111111I1111111111111111111111111111.., " " , ,, ,, , ,, i , 11111111111111111111.. IIIIII(

ble purpose of a town pump and a w

4 I school convenience.- Just arrived car load For Economy and purchase -

The handsome new Baptist dedicatedlast church FORDS for immediate W R t G H T power of your money
edifice in Bradentown was LTY & CO
Sunday. Rev. Dr. C. W. Duke, delivery. --. FOR RFA REAL ESTATE ., "Try Wright's" Farm
i pastor of the First church of Tampa, r
Thais Our Business and Garden Seeds. in
i delivered the dedicatory sermon.
... \ Get yours now Orlando Florida
bulk. "Motto" Quantityand
t The Wilson Construction company,
F. Q. RUSH,
of Jacksonville, has secured the contract Quality.
for the hard surfacing with Phone 226 .
-i: brick of sixty-four miles of St. Johns x Fresh Eggs 29C doz. Best Creamery Butter 39c'lb.
!',;. county highways. The contract price Sweet Milk .. 13C qt. Ice soc 100 Ibs., Limes 150 doz.
,'> is Sweet Milk Fresh Butter Milk
$527,145.20. r oc pint IOG qt.

I. Individual Package 10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits, "That Present" delivered by Express,
Another has entered the
field in Florida.newspaper The Madison News, ([charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.
i.
"i published in Madison. Still another
i. newer one is the Lake Wales News. 340 Acres Good Land -
The News will be devoted chiefly to

f; exploiting of Lake the attractions Wales, Polk and county.possibilities 40 acres under fence 200 good orange trees, two story house, barn,

" best of water, three lakes Snap bargain sale
Another one of the famous Pathe .
moving picture companies has .
arrived in St. Augustine for the purpose
t'Freres of taking a special series of important L H.'MHMIMIIIIMIli
scenarios. The Ancient I Cityis
fast becoming famous for its exceptional I


t.i Mr. and attractions Mrs. Henry for F.the Rice movies.wentto ABOUT are plenty FOUNTAIN of good fountain PENSThere pens in ORLANDO BANK K & TRUST I COMPANY II

Orlando last week to spend the the market and unfortunately there is also a

remainder of the season. Their stay supply of poor ones. We have yet to see a
the sale of Orlando Florida.Condition
with us was shortened by .
i the cottage which they had: rented better self-filling peh than.the. Conklin,
Y'; and.the fact that the hotels wcrs all and have never sold a better one of the other at the close of business December 31, 1913
fill. Mr. and,Mrs. Rice made many 'RESOURCESLoans
type than Moore's; Non-Leakable. We Sell both
friends in St. Cloud who regret their
going.-St. Cloud Tribune. kinds on an absolute guarantee of your mon- and Discounts . .. .. .. .. .. . .. . . $403,080.10
back,if want it. A good fountainpen Overdrafts .. . . .. .. . . . . .. . . . .. .. 362.37
: : Pierre d'A. Pratt, editor of the ey you Stocks and Bonds . . . . . .. .. . .. .. .. .. 26,018.33
Sumter County Advance and mayorof has come to be almost a necessity to every Cash on Hand and in Banks . .. . .. . . .. . 200,946.57
Webster, is a candidate for representative business man or woman. If you have none, I Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures ... .. . 25,974.87 .

j from Sumter county. Mr. or have one that is unsatisfactory, let us
Pratt has spent much time in Tallahassee $656,382.24
show you the guaranteed sort. .
LIABILITIES
; during the sessions of the legislature -

. and served as clerk of the Capital Stock . . . . . .. . . .. . . _. . . $100,000.00
; mtfst important committees and there- |W. S. BRANCH, Surplus and Undivided Profits .: .. .. .. .. . 35,214.86
fore, if elected, will go to Tallahassee Deposits ... . .. . . . :. . .. .. . ..:. .. .. 521,167.38
as an experienced and competent The Arcade Book and Music Store
j representative-Leesburg Commercial .5 $656,382.21 .
.
,
r Deposits on Dec. 31, 1912 . .. . . ._ . . .. . $489,971.68
The symbols of colors are: IIIIMMIttttlMiilMIMillMllliMMHIillimiilflSeveral Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . . . . .. . $521,167.33
White, religious purity, innocence,

faith, joy and life. Increase .. .. .. . . _. ... . _ . ... 31,195.70The
Red, the ruby, signfiie fire, divine
love, heat of the creative power, and officers and directors of the Orlando Ban and Trust
royalty. M 'a Sacrifice Price Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and
Blue, or the sapphire, expresses friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement.The .
heaven, the firmament, truth from a management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects
celestial origin, constancy and fidel- the conservative, sane and progressive methods employed in
this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and
ity.Yellow, or gold, is the symbol of @ strength is nowhere displayed better by a,bank than in healthful
the sun, of the goodness of God, of statements to its patrons. .

marriage and faithfulness. choice lots for immediate sale. Located just AL M. SMITH, President'W.
. l Green, the emerald, is the color of M.
DAVIS Vice-President
C. E. NOLAN, Cashier
< the spring of hope, particularly of one lot off Magnolia avenue on Concord avenue. Im
the hope of immortality, and of victory .
as the color of the laurel and proved with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest .!.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJIJIJJllIJI.......... .......... ...,............... ........... ........JJfJJJJJJJJJJJJJJ'... .. ... ... .r.r
palm. locations. Orlando.,
Violet, the amethyst, signifies love *
and truth, or passion and suffering. WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES HAND '1111111111111111"II"I'II'I'II'I"I"IIIII"I'llt
Purple and scarlet signify things The Price is Right DO ALL KINDS, OF
r good and true from a celestial origin. OPTICAL REPAIRING A Doll's HouseOne
Black corresponds to despair, Y .
darkness, earthiness, mournings,* negation -I
"'" of Ibsen's Strongest and Best Known Plays
wickedness and death. err

YOUR-PRINTING 0f13llffO i R H t m Co.Phone Rollins Will School Be Giv of n Expression by the '

Look through your desk and see if .
there is not some stationery of which,' DR. L H. RAMSDELL In Lyman Gymnasium, Winter Park, Wednesday,
you are in need. If there is, phone ; Evening, March 4th, 1914, at 8:15,o'clock.
us at 24 and we will call, getyourorder i 504 ; tkins BlockWIIIIIiWJjjfltIJJIJIIIW.IIfMU1J4iitJIIS OPTOMETRIST .
.and do the work promptly and I (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Lftbf) ADMISSION 50 CENTS1111"'IIIIIIIIIIII'llt"I""I'I'I"I'III"'IIIII'
.at the lowest price consistent with I
high grade work. It will receive our II FLORIDA
ORLANDO, ..
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MASS ElECTED[ [ [ DISTRICT MIKE WITH CROWN HANDSOME TO BE PRESENTED RING I- .


VICE[PRESIDENT[ .,Louisville $ Nashville R R.

Mike Crown, one of the most.'popular ORlANDO CHAUTAUQUA] 1 A Q A

railroad officials in Florida, was OFFERS SUPERIOR SERVICE TO

Will Marianna Chosen recently promoted from assistant superintendent -
H. Price of
CINCINNATI, CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, LOUISVILLE,
of the Jacksonville district -
President of State Association .. -BEGINNING- INDIANAPOLIS, CLEVELAND, DETROIT TOLEDO,
to superintendent of terminalsin

of Lawyers Jacksonville, and in order to show MARCH 1st to 9th, 1914 GRAND RAPIDS, PITTSBURG, BUFFALO.

their high regard and esteem for SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED MONTGOMERY ROUTELv.

I Tallahassee, Fla., Feb. 28.With this popular gentleman, the employesof Orlando Jacksonville ............ 8:15 pm Lv. Jacksonville ............ 8:05 pm
House
district Opera Ar. Knoxville .............12.00 n'n Ar. Montgomery ........... 8:50 am
election of officers for the ensuing the Jacksonville will, on Ar. Lexington! .............. 6:40 pm Ar. Birmingham ...........12:10 n'n
year, and the recommendation that next Sunday, present him a handsome FORREST DARNEY CARR MinigcrATTRACTIONS Ar. Cincinnati .............. 8:50 pm Ar. Nashville ............... 7:40 pm
Ar. Cleveland .............. 7:15
am Ar. Evansville ............. 1:35 am
f next year's meeting be held in the diamond ring at a meeting to be held A;. Detroit ................. 7:45 am Ar. St Louis .............. 7:40 am
month of June or July, at some sea at Sanford. ... e Ar. Grand Rapids .......... %:4;, pm Ar. Chicago ............... SS8 am
Ar. Louisville ............ 9:00 pm
Atlantic Beach, HRS IDA B. COLE Ar. Indianapolis .........;.. 7:00
coast town, favorably The ring was purchased through am DIXIE FLYER
Win hare of the C. L. S. C.
charge
Ar. Chicago ............... 7:10 am
instead of in February, as providedin Cole & Hull, Lakeland jewelers, at a Rogers Band.
GOV. J. FRANK HANLYFor DIXIE LIMITED Lv. Jacksonville ........... 8:25 pm
the constitution and,by-laws of the cost of $585, and is. now on displayin fear yean Governor of Indiana The fastest train to the West. Ar. Atlanta ............... 8:90 am
of and one .f the but men of Lv. Jacksonville .......... 9:35 am Ar. Chattanooga ..........12:00 n'n
association, the annual convention their windows. The donors as- the af e. Ar. SL.Louis .............. 2:50 pm Ar. Evansville .............. 9:43 pm
the Florida State Bar association held signed the important duty of the Ar. Chicago ................ 6:50 pm Ar. Chicago ................ 6:50 am

this, week in Tallahassee, came to a ring's purchase to Conductor J. A. PROF. WILLIS L. MOORE READERS
Eighteen yean Chief of the U. Electric Lighted Trains with Through Steepen. L. I N. Diners. No Better
close today. The following officers Ratliff and that he made a selectionof S. Weather BanaL Dining Car Service in this Coon try. Fut Time. Rock Ballast 1'1. Dost .r
J
were elected to serve during the en- a handsome piece of jewelry is Robley Male Quartette. Dirt.
DR. C H. TYNDALL Miss ,Chrilt ae Levin Contralto in SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED is solid through train, with dining can,
suing year: borne out by the ring itself, whichwas Scientist RecitaL coaches and sleepers to Cincinnati through sleepers to Louisville Cleveland

President, Will H. Price, of Marianna made to order and which, in ad- DR. SICEL ROUSH Miss. Forrest Martha Dabney Alexander Carr,ViolinistMr. and Jessie and connections Indianapolis to Toledo.daily and Detroit to Grand PiUbnrg Rapids Buffalo.Mondays and Thursdays. Direct

; vice-presidents, one from each judicial dition to the diamond, bears the em- L. Hudson Company DIXIE LIMITED and DIXIE FLYER are solid through trains to Chicago
Journalist. Traveler Lecturer. with coaches, dining cars, drawing and observation
room compartment sleeper
circuit in the state, Thomas F. blems of a thirty-second degree Ma
through to St Louis on Dixie Limited, over 6 hours fastest and only one
MDME. VON INKELSTEIN
MOUNT-
West, Jos. A. Edmondson, Stafford son. Mr. Crown holds this high degree night out
FORD MONTGOMERY: ROUTE has sleepers through to St Louis daily, and connecting
Caldwell, Alston Cockrell, J. B. in the Masonic order.Lakeland Will Lecture oa the life and customs MUSICAL sleepers to Chicago.
.
Gaines, William Hunter, L C. Massey Telegram. of Holyland.
For reservations, information, ask the Ticket Agent or address H.
A. V. Long, G. L Wilson, T. L DR. CAROLYN GEISEL Rogers Band. C. Bretney, Florida Passenger Agent, L. & N. Railway, -

Wilson and A. A. Boggs; secretary, J. THE TIME TO ADVERTISEIs Will give a course of moat HELPMiss Gay Zenola McLaran 134 West Bay Street, Jacksonville
Mr. Hal Merton Muter of Magic
C. Cooper, Jr.; treasurer, F. B. Win- FUL, UP-TO-DATE LECTURESB Miss Elizabeth Sheffield Allen 2-26-eod-2m

executive council, W. A. Mc- HEALTH. Reade rand Impersonator.
throp; .
when you want business. The
Williams, E. P. Axtell, W. W. Hampton f
place to advertise a retail business is
and F. T. Meyers. .
the
in newspapers.In
Thfe date and place of meeting is SEASON TICKETS ON SALE AT .11111111111111111111111111111'1111111"111111"1'1"1fLf
Orlando the Sentinel reaches up-
fixed the executive committee -
always by ward of 5,000 readers every day. Do Orlando CURTIS & O'NEAL'S BOOK STORE Florida
but it is considered probable that want their business?
you
the recommendations suggested by Tickets on Sale Wednesday Morning Feb. aSth
Then use the Sentinel Sure re- Tm YLCUUM CLELNER f
the association will be carried out,
sults. Write, call or phone 24, for ,
and that the next meeting will be held
.
particulars.IIIIMMIilimillMMM
at Atlantic Beach, during the summer .

months. . _
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ARE YOU AN ANGEL? MARRY

ONE OF THESE Hammotid&GoreFUNERAL j Have your room or housecleaned

Chicago.-The Chicago Bachelor Supreffle Auto. 011 i .
without dust trouble
or
Girls' club, comprising at present

sixty members, is in the market for I DIRECTORS: AND EHBALHERS. : \

husbands. Candidates must answer The oil that has - of moving furniture ,

satisfactorily these questions: REAL VALUES LOW PRICES :

Will you treat your wife as your stood the supreme -

n political and social equal? COMPARE :
test Pierce Electric Co. send Experienced .
The an
Have you bad habits, such as drinking .II I I \

or smoking to excess? : j
OUR FURNITUREWe
Will treat motherinlawas == man.
you your THATGood : :_. _
would own mother? 4
you your provide the quality furniture that has long :
Will start the fire in the
morning -
E you been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the : SEE THEM FOR TERMS.
the ashes?
and out
carry Gulf Gasoline standard of merit. If an article is here it is good. :
Do you intend to attain more prom- It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make

inence each year? this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof

Do you attend church regularly, this business, and that means much to any buyer. s
and how much do you put in the collection r

box? MeNOLL Tne rlfRCf fLf TRI Olllnc
& DAVIS BLOCK
Will you promise to kiss your wife P. G. WALTON Agt ,
good-bye every morning, not as an ,
dr. Ae. art Church SL Oriarit Fla.
act of duty, but as one of the rarest A irate .

pleasures of life? J CHURCH STREET .
: PHONES 450-2(9 _ _
Will you promise to be cheerful at .

', home and not kick on your wife's I "' 111111111111111111.1111111111111111111111'11111111, *
suuusuuuuuuiuuuuiuuiuShoe
cooking?
I
Do you promise to spend your even-I .

ings at home? ItimillliilllMllliilli.i Electrically
Will you promise to obey the Ten

\Commandments? Repairing Equipped!

Ten of the members are eighteen
i by PARCEL POST \
Every
years old; fifteen, twenty; ten, twentyone typeface
0 '
twenty, twenty-two; two _- strikes iy'
;
f the exact ='
twenty-five; two, twenty-eight; and Men's Half Soles, 7se to 8se printingcenter i, +

one, forty. Ladies' Half Soles, 60e to 7Sc : -o- everytime

'. Mrs. Nellie Du gan, president of Children's Half Soles, SCe to 750 \ -

' the club, who is not a bachelor girl, Hand Turned Soles, $l.oj 0 J a

favored eugenic clause, but tie I Heels Repaired. 2c : v

members voted it down.A All work returned in 24 hours. r
Orders without remittance returned Two.Sixty Standard Model. The L C.Smith & Bros.
The greatest motorcycle salve c/ Eal! Bearing Long Wearing Typewriter
white way is being installed on C. 0. D. We pay ever achie\ed. 7 II. P. Twin
return postage. equipped with Electric Head Light Electric Tail Light.Electric Signal,
Broadway and Dakin avenues in Kis- Two Set Storage Batteries and Corbin Brown Rear-Drive Speedomet
cr. Price$260.00. See Catalog for detailed description. 1r Typewriter for .
simmee, on the property of the Gray-

stone hotel, the improvement being A. Hanson %

by private appropriation. This will 19,East Pine Street : cflHl/ MOTOCYCLES the Rural Business Man

add much to the beauty of this prop- '
ORLANDO FLORIDA

erty. ,.8HM IMMIHMIIMMtiTo CV1UUWll FOR 1914 Whether you are a small town merchantor


Wednesday morning it was discovered 60,000 brand red machines will go out, over the Indian a farmer, you can't afford to without

that the building in which is located trails during the coming year-the
motorcycle
O greatest production a typewriter.
the pumping plant of'the Tar- THE WEST in the history of the industry. _,

pon Springs waterworks was on fire. Typewritten letters and bills save your time and
They will flash forth fully armed with /Thirty.Eight Better.

The machinery was not damaged to VIASfMINOU' ments for 1914!" Armed with powerful and beautiful Electrical give you a business standing you can get in no

any extent but the building, a galvanized Equipment! Armed with a New Standard of Value which must

iron structure, was so badly LIMITED( completely overturn all existing ideas of motorcycle worth. other way.

damaged that it will have to be built All standard Indian models for 1914 come equipped with electric The L. C. Smith & Bros, typewriter is especially

anew. LY Orlando ______*______ 3:13 pm head light electric tail light, two sets high amperage storage batteries adapted. this work because it will stand more
Ar Jacksonville __________ 7:30 pm electric signal .Brown rear-drive
Cofbin speedometer.
Sentinel want ads. get results. Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A.C.L. 9:00 pm wear and does not require an expert operator.
Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L..._11:10 pm Yea carrot faD, realize the 1914 Indies without i tkoroojh study of to 1914 '
Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L____ 1:15 am bdi Cttslof. It makes plain hoit of ooape8ia ladita foots chit all ..torycbbtorated Anyone can learn to operate it in a short time.

FOR SALE Ar Albany Ga., A. C. 1...____ 2:40 am men out consider to their ml proit Sad for 60 If 14 ladiaa It is ball bearing throughout simple compact
20 acres located three miles from Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga._ 3:55 am CetlJs.-tbI next interesting volume II motorcycle Gttntan yMvt em retd. ,

city on proposed brick road; eight Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20 am The line complete. :
1914 of
Indian Motocydet cots of
acres bearing grove; two acres Ar Opelika Ala., C. of Ga_ 7:30 amr :
cleared and ten acres timber; four Birmingham Ala., C. of Ga.12:05 p 4 HJ Sb,a Service Model.......J208J8 Mail this coupon today.
fOOl cottage. Price $3,500. Ar Birmingham,Ala.C.of G.12:05 pm 7 H.P. Twin Two-TwwtyFrre Refohr..... .......... 22SJ8 .
25 acres four miles from city; ten Ar Jackson, T nn., I. C.____ 7:46 pm 7 K.P. Tma Two-Sixty, Standard Model..........??.. ..08 L C. SMITH & BROS. TYPEWRITER CO. .
acres in grove, four hundred bearing Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C._______ 9:35 7 H.P. Twin Lift Roster Model,.................. 260.. Y.
N.
orange and two hundred threeyearold Ar Cairo III, I. C_______.11:07 pm 7 H.P. Twin Two Speed, Regular Medel..........275.00 Syracuse,
grapefruit trees; twelve acres Ar HL L C __12:13 pm 7 H.P.Twin Two Speed, Tourist Standard Model ........ _.. Please send me your free book.
fruit land and three acres garden Carbondale am 7 H.P. Twin Headee Special Model (with Eloetrio Starter) 32SJ8
D I do Dot Me a typewriter at pftKaLO
lake land;front.cottage Price and$5,000.barn, located on Ar St. Louis, Mo., L C____ 7:05 am Print F.O& Factory I MB Bring a typewriter aid would like U *_"-r.mixnlpccial
offer to exduoge it for.air
70.acres choice fruit and vegetableland Ar Centralia, HI., I. C.____ 1:38 am C. R Hilpert, Agent. Orlando, Fla. 1011I'

; three and one-half miles from Ar Matoon, III, I. C.______ 3:30 am >....
city. Price $30 per acre. Ar Champaign, IlL, I. C.___ 4:29 am --
Five-room cottage and lot'one hun- Ar Kankakee, Ill., I. C_____ 6:20 am NOTICE i Ever Try our Classified Ads. P.O. .
dred by four hundred feet; located on Ar Chicago, III, I. C._____ 7:50 am I I
main highway leading out of city. State.S ,.
Price $2,000.Five Solid Through Trains-Composed of Notice is hereby given that the Cityof They have proven their worth many -r I
Orlando, Florida, will on January 1, times and will be valuable
acres of bearing orange grove, observation, compartment, drawingroom just as to
off with interest that
1915 to
pay if to the test. Let them be
well located. Price 2000. you put
section, sleeping cars, and free date, bonds numbered 7, 8, 9, 10, 19 in
140 acres overlooking beautiful your agent :
a chair between Jackson and 20 of the of Orlando
reclining cars, City seven
house
lake, one and one-fourth miles from Renting a selling property or
railroad station and packing house; ville and Chicago, and Jacksonvilleand per cent bonds, issued July 1, 1892, anything on the market, finding lost .
according to the provisions made for
20 acres bearing orange grove con- St. Louis. All meals in diningcar. in said bonds. articles securing help or positonsin -
taining fourteen hundred trees. The redemption thousand ways they can be used
Dated February 11, 1914.
land is fruit profitably.
remaining high grade -
For tickets and Pullman car reservations CARL JANSEN, City ClerL -
and garden soil, Price $12,000.
choice fruit land well call on -12-lm ,
2,000 acres I Warmao Repairs and Retires
located. Can be had at a bargain.J. W. R O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Baby
E. CIUWFORD, or w. T. ENTRICAN; Carriages on Court street. .12-5-tf
l! nlln l.F'S l.
Office Over Blue Drug Store, D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, Offers to Orlando the newest and best Subscrtheortlie I r

117 South Orland Orangd! Florida.Ave. Phone 404, Atlantic Coast Line, of decorating workmanship trade.in Phone the painting 636\\ and NoW's the time to subscribe., .Every-

Orlando. body's doin' it.-
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THE DAILY EXTINGUISHER AND GARDEN as many additions to the membershipas hearty thanks for the uniform cour- MMItMHtillMMIMtimilMMMMMMMMimMMt
HOSE.SAVE DWELLING could be wished, but the member teous treatment by all members and
South Florida Sentinel ship as a whole have been good workers thank them for same, and wish to assure .

MORNING AND WEEKLY and have been unanimous in all them of my hearty cooperationat
Yesterday morning about 10 o'clock
JOSIAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. matters for the good of Orlando and all times. Dickson-Ives
the pretty country home of Mr. Wal- Co.
Orange county.In Respectfully submitted,
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Flor lace Thompson, 'known as Bamboo
'{dm. u Second Class Mail blotter.d retiring I wish to express my J. N. BRADSHAW.itMMIIIMIIMMMHMMIHIIIIItMllltltllMIMIIM.
Villa, about two miles east of the
< TO ADVERTISERS: city, caught fire from the sparks from

e Copy for' display and all other nand-se the chimney, and it was only by quick
adrertiiinr But be handed in at the bal neu
work that the dwelling not
K office of the Sentinel not later than,2 p. m. was en-
t the day before publication. This rile applies tirely consumed, for the wind was DEPARTMENT STORE
k to changes for contract advertising; it I. With fire IRRIGATED FARM FOR SALE v
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. high. a extinguisher and
garden hose the flames wer equickly
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: extinguished. Only a part of the roof

One Year.....................$5.00 was burned and the damages will -
Six Months ................... 2.50 amount to about 100, which is cov- At a Sacrifice .rlan o's favorite Shopping o

Three Months ........to ....... 1.25 ered by insurance. '
In Advance. I will be at' the San Juan Hotel until Tuesday Night

to Sacrifice my Irrigated Farm, as am Unable to Prop

MARCH EXTENSIVE PUBLICITY erly Attend (10 Same, Living Two Hundred Miles Distant-
TUESDAY, 3,1914.
(Continued from 1) PLACE
page
Consists of 39 acres, equipped with Skinner
firms had used the booklet issued at
System of Located miles from Orlando
The ground hog seems to have been the expense of the board witho'lt haying irrigation. : -
correct contributed anything to the cost. on beautiful Lake which affords an inexhaustable

o To avoid such inequalities in the,fu- water supply for irrigation and protection to crop,

If you didn't register you' will have ture and to cause all who received fine fishing and boating. Located in good neigh- l

another chance.' benefit from such publicity to bear borhood, good school and churches, on railroad with

o their just portion of the expense all four trains to Orlando daily, fare ioc. It will grow
y such firms will be asked to purchaseat all kinds of ill ti Sihtills
Congratulations to President Woodruff cost as many of the booklets as vegetables and will make an excellent ill ll
and Secretary Howard. they can distribute. It is believed place for Citrus Nursery or Country Home. The

}, o that this plan will operate to the Nursery business is very profitable and the demandfor I

Press notices are hard to get whenan advantage of all and will assist in Citrus Nursery Stock far exceeds the supply Many of the dainty costumes for Spring have the
actress has to carry her own bed raising the necessary funds. the demand is incresing as more acreage is being
about, to .sleep on the roof of hotelsin President's Annual Report planted in 'groves.Orlando combination effects-skirt of stripe, and waist of che

order to get the newspapers to is only four hours to Jacksonville in- in same material these effects in
r. Orlando, Fla., March 2, 1914. I que some cases being
talk about her.
) To the Members of the Orlando Boardof suring cheap quick.transportation to Northen mar-
o reversed. We are showing a very handsome range of
Trade: kets an advantage over other sections.
Sulzer says now that every depart-
ment of the state government of New As retiring president of this BoardI \Vill make a very low price. Unless you mean designs specially woven on these, lines in CREPE

{ York is honeycombed with graftSulzer beg to submit the following reportfor business: don't take up my time.
the past.year: CLOTH, RATINES, BATISTES and LAWNS.
didn't much of
a success -
prove
I
Iis as a bee-hiver. While the Board of Trade has prob- G i WILLET GROOVER, OwnerMMIMIIMMillMMMMIMIMIMMIillilllMIII

o ably not accomplished all or even a .***. Prices Range from 25c yard to $1.50
Disagreeable weather didn't deter: small proportion of the things need-
li the Chautauqua crowds, but it mightbe ed or" attempted to be done by them, MlinillillMtiMMHtllMMMItllMtHHMtltiMtMCash

better to change the date. This: it seems to me that the record of the ,

} is usually the,most disagreeable season year has been fairly good. to Loan on
;? of the year. The Board has figured in a numberof
o important transactions during the

The Tampa Tribune pays editorial year, among which have been:
tribute to the worth of William I They have assisted very materially City Property

x Chase Temple, a citizen of Orange : in the campaign for bonds for brick Ff011011 ll Crepe r de ClililesAll
county, which all of' his fellow citizens streets in the city of Orlando, and .
e
r appreciate and approve. also in the campaign for the $600,000 :
o bond issue for Orange county, which : Real Estate bought and sold i'

were both successful,-and the work of
Senator Hoke Smith's secretarysays :
wool-delicate, dainty softly charac- '
tapering
such streets and roads is for cash commission.
that the senator's attitude, during laying to be : or on

the coming campaign will be neutral begun at an early date. teristically Parisian-In rich tones of Burgundy, dove
Trouble about that is that most The Board was also the prime cause :
t people object to the other fellow be- in obtaining a government experi- : gray heliotrope Saxe blue, Egyptian gold and Marechal

: ing neutral. mental station, which bids fair to be :I Dr. A.. J. TAYLORRock Neil Rose
a o- of untold value to both Orlando and

Governor Trammell has notified the Orange county. : Building, Upstairs.ilMIIMIMMIIIMMMIilMIHIHIimMMMMMIMM. ". '. 44-INCHES WIDE '
sheriffs to:see that the corrupt prac- We have contributed,both men and : *
tices act is enforced in the June pri means to the lost cause of anti-county
w' mary. It would require an entire division, and the loss of which is now Special Price 51.25Sill
constabulary to see the strict enforce- practically forgotten by the Orange tlMMitMMItilllllllliiMIMIMMMIIIIMMIMH
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ment of the law. county of ,today and it would seem
-o that in a short time we will find that A. Y. FULLER I. L FOX
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The Palm :J9 *ffst thinks the we have grown and improved to suchan

f Zolfo editor chose unwisely when her extent that we will be richer and ,THE PALMS AUTO COREO
named his paper Truth. Nobody likes stronger ,than the entire old county
the truth welt enough for the and we'wish the new county of Seminole -
tt ever to get much of a circulation paper, nothing but success and pros- MOTOR CARS
Fill F I P Pit
,r' says the Post, and suggests Scandal perity, without the least jealous feel r tt r
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0 Board has interested itself in full stock of supplies and,accessories. Have a good force
.. It is rather amusing to read that the; New Smyrna deeper water project :
j;'' the governor sent a gentleman from has, sent delegates to the State -. of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely Truly a magnificent assortment, embracing as it

t' Citrus to Palm Beach to investigate Chamber of Commerce, has enter-
guaranteed. does the newest and prettiest floral effects so much in
2 the charges of gambling in the notorious tained numerous bodies of visitors, all
Beach Club at that place. The of whom have gone to their homes demand. SaterDrooI
governor's representative is reportedto praising the beauty and hospitality of

have seen no gambling appurte- Orlando.
nances. Of course he didn't The Board and the members; thereof THE PALMS AUTO CO

T.': Secretary of Agriculture 0't. Houston have many been visitors instrumental and permanent in securing res-- FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.

{1 is opposed to the distribution of gar- idents. W t r 1 all SDot t ProM 1 1Or

I den seed by congressmen. He doesn't We have not succeeded in securing .illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllill'
IP* think that anybody is benefited by .

k the practice. The secretary overlooks I
fk- the campaigning leverage which this grand colorings of tan, ,taupe, dove gray, laven-
f distribution gives the members of
congress. It's a little thing, but it der, old rose, wine, tabac, cinnamon, seal, navy, and

< counts. Maybe that the secretary black.

wasn't thinking about congressional t
"1\ aspirations when he made that statement :: I I v I No two designs or coloringslorings alike

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t Cassius. Gillette, formerly of the /: ODD PIECES Specially Priced 1 1

? army, has and returned from a trip to ,. are so useful when it comes to setting the table, attractively : The Dress Length $ tJ
Mexico brings some rather startling '
:I stories. He says that Carranza .'.......' We ,can offer you innumerable suggestions .., f e
r ' in ,
t has been dead and buried for months, ..:.'T., I :';:.
j: and that an impostor keeps alive the <<
'J belief that Carranza is still living. ;N.i ,: y Beautiful Cut Glass :

, He believes in { ,
Huerta and that .
1 says { ;' \: '.. j that will table air of and I
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the dictator had nothing to do with give your an elegance

i1 the assassination, of Madero. Is it finement and add prestige to your reputation as a ,

possible that we've all been judging ;. hostess. Our Mail Order r Deparen1 e !

:! Huerta unjustly? Every housekeeper knows the ,value of spot-

0 less linen gleaming silver sparkling cut glass. Dainty .: ;
j The Board of Trade has taken hold .
service is ol greater importance than good cooking. ,
of the important to out-of-town makeuse
: question of advertising .; Is a great help our customers
ffl, Orlando's advantages in the ," / .
leading magazines and of it whenever you can. 'Samples or information
.... through the
distribution of attractive literature inf" / cheerfully given. We prepay all charges.
a manner which promises better results ,
than have resulted from pre- it : Write for one of our illustrated mail order catalogues -
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f" vious efforts in that direction. It is iT. values.
; We invite comparison
.. not enough to advertise. Haphazard .'
methods may pay for any kind of .
advertising is good; but adopting the
adage of a well known advertiser,

some advertising is better. Orlando i U. [vans the Jeweler

deserves the better kind and the Sen- ,
tinel believes the Board of Trade will ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

have done enough to justify itself if ,. "
,4': it devotes well and fitly the time of OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE gT. 'r
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their efforts to the single task of '
1 EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING ;: f fi
properly putting Orlando's advantages
many
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other states. J ...1 J ., IIMMiilMliililimiiH D;III1I1IIII H

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,Eating' Pure, Candy IMIMIIIIIIIMMMirs is More Than a QDQ FAVORITE OD GD THEATRE GD QD I i TO ORGANIZE BRARY IN FOUNDATION ORLANDO LI"I I f) II 10J iClcg ':


ROBINSON A STARKLY, Manager* g Mrs. S. H. Leddinger, representing

i the Southern Educational society of
Mere Pleasure. Here's Why.Of I Ii
a Open 9 I. m. to 10:30 P. M. Atlanta, Ga., is in Orlando to organize -

i Admission 5 cents the Foundation library. .
course, hundreds of people all over the coun 4i This work is highly endorsed by
DQ dD OD aDE> aD
try eat Candy just because they like Candy-just to public men everywhere. Among these
is Bishop Candler, who says: "I
satisfy that desire for something sweet--and al-
you MRS. PALMER'S DELIGHTFUL commend it to the favorable consider-

so have done the same thing many times.If CARD PARTY ation of those interested in the intellectual ,d. -

and moral culture of children
can convince that"pure candy is ,
we you home of "
"Atlasta, the beautiful and youth. The Wesleyan Christian 3r

healthful-is really beneficial from a food standpoint :Mrs. W. B. Palmer, was the scene ofa Advocate, in an editorial, says:

why then you'll realize that your money is well delightful card party on Saturday "The Foundation Library, however, / t'
T. B. does not confine its to matters
afternoon, the members of the pages tr
spent when you buy Candy from our large assort- C., and a number of friends having instructive alone, but is replete with
subjects intensely interesting and entertaining -
e ment. been invited to meet her house guests, to both sexes at all ages.It .
Mrs. Fiske, Miss Wood and Miss Mur- is one of the most beautfully illustrated -
works ever produced, and intelligently -
ry.The illustrated; not simply pic
reception room and hall were tures, but pictures with purpose- ,
tastefully decorated with roses and conveying ideas, showing "the why J
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asparagus fern, while in the dining and wherefore" and indicating processes If }'OU want a watch that you
were vases of pale pink carna- making things hard to can "be proud of-carry a
room
stand perfectly plain to the under-I D
S tions. child. No parent, minister or WalthamWatchThe
The home of pure home-made Candies Delicious punch was served duringthe will be wasting his or her time by _
afternoon, and after the card reading the advertisement of the Waltham has been awarded

the guests assembled in the foundation Library on another page highest honors at every International -
Orange AvenuefHIIMHMHHMMMIitlMlllllimillMIMMlim games of this issue, and writing the Southern Exposition and has taken
dining room for a salad course, which Educational Society, Atlanta, Ga.,
Gold Medal offered b
was followed by ice cream, moulded for information as to how this work every
into roses, cakes, and bon-bons. The can be placed in the home at very low America since 1875.

hostess was assisted by Mrs. B. C. cost. "Its Time You Ot ned a Wdtium* ..

Don't buy a watch before U'k-!
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Beard, of Asheville Buxton. RESOLUTIONS ON DEATH OF ing "ub us. Complete assortment
The prizes, a pretty silver bon-bon of Walthao Watches in a3
N. C., are among the late ar- LAWRENCE E. DOZIERAt grades.Allen.
WADE dish, and a willow sandwich basket,
rivals at the San Juan.
THE TUNER were won by Mrs. Carr, "Hie house
last
night's meeting of the OrLando & Co
of Mrs. C. G. Wescott, and Mrs.
ORLANDO FLA. guest .
I The big Park show is always, good. Board of Trade, Mr. C. E. How- ,
Sylvan McElroy. ard offered the following resolutions,
\ Among the guests at the pretty af which JEWELERS
Miss Mary Guernsey and guest, were unanimously adopted:
Misses and Hart, and
!Ir. and Mrs. B. E. Miller, who Miss Satterthwaite, left yesterday fair were Ray Resolved, That the Orlando Boardof Everything Guaranteed.
Mcllvaine McDowell Far-
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have a pretty place at Winter Home, for Tampa and St. Petersburg for a Mesdames Trade voices its sincere regret in Reliable
Repairing.
left yesterday where they will spend few days trip. ris, Howe, Miller, Bradshaw, McEl the death of the president of the .
Woodruff S. G. Do- -
the next three weeks resticating. roy, Goodrich, State Chamber of Commerce, Hon.
live, Louis Dolive, Hal Beardall, Syl-
Park's show always entertains im L E. Dozier, a man of power for
1 It really is wonderful how the peo- mense crowds. It van McElroy, Brittain, Marshall, Bee- good in the state, whose activities

ple attend Park's show. It man, Carr, Wescott, Edwards, Bux- meant so much to the public upbuild

We always go to the big Park ton, Lawrence and Giles. ing of not only his own community, '

Mr. and Mrs. 0. F. Brookmeyer, show. It but the entire commonwealth. I Ib dI

who have spent several weeks most ,* LITTLE MISS WELLS CELEBRATED Resolved further, That a copy of ) i.i0i.r .i i.r r

pleasantly with their cousins, Mr.and Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Judd, of Bata- BIRTHDAY these resolutions be sent to the secretary ii J'

Mrs. Leonard Bumby, returned yes via, N. Y., are in Orlando on a visit of the State Chamber of Com- .ItHIMHIIMMIMmMMMIMIMMMIMtlilMIIIHH'Phone
i terday to their home in Indianapolis. and are so well pleased that they are Little Mary Louise Wells was host- merce, the Board of Trade of Lees- .

contemplating purchasing f lot and ess Saturday afternoon at the homeof burg, and spread upon the minutes of

Oo! oo! You know Park's show. It erecting a winter home. her mother, Mrs. Jewell Wells, 406 this body. I'

The reason the people attend Park's Pine street, at a delightful party, .

show is they always get their money's Big furnaces at Park's big show. given in honor of the' fourth anniver- MARRIAGE LICENSES FOR
worth. It sary of her birth. About twenty-five FEBRUARY rir ID
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invited to the urIDs.
The warmest place in Or u1do- guests were enjoy occasIon

Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wiener, of Can- Park's big tent. It with the charming little hon- Marriage licenses issued during the

ton, Miss., who are in Florida on oree, and in spite of a rainy after- month of February were: Whites, 16,

their wedding trip, arrived in Orlando Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Saunders re noon, a large number were present. and blacks 4, making a total of 20

'last night to visit Mr. Wiener's turned yesterday from a visit of several The living room was tastefully decorated for the month.

sister, Mrs. A. M. Harris, 704 West days to points of interest in the with roses, ferns and potted

Central avenue. southern part of the state. They are plants. A number of interesting NOTICE Y \ /.A

pleasantly quartered at the Sari Juan. I games were indulged in, after which 9 -r :: .
A small party composed of Mr. and the guests were invited into the din Any ladies who are members of the

lira Allan Weathersbee, Mr. and Mrs.I You. meet your friends at Park's ing room which was also decorated in Order, of the Eastern ,Star, or, any ::

Ralph Yearby, Miss Guilds Happer- big tent. It .pink and green, and a dainty refresh- ladies who are eligible to become 172

sett, and Mr. Edwin Beeman went out ment course was,served. Mrs. Wells members of the Order of'the Eastern

to: Bee-gi-woo-che camp last night to One thing, you- get your money's was assisted in entertaining the little Star, who are interested in organizing -

spend a couple of days enjoying the worth at Park's tent It folks by Mrs. Alfred Lilja, of San- :a.,chapter in Orlando, 1 would be I "III'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.Co .

camp life. ford, and Miss Marjorie Davis of this glad to have you communicate with .

city. Each guest was presented witha me.
Professor, Frank A. Pinkerton, of MtMHIIIMt
Mass Elizabeth Allen, a popular Philadelphia, is the new leader of the dainty little basket of bon-bons tied MRS. FRANK SOPER, It

reader on the' Chautauqua platform, Grand orchestra, succeeding Mr. Cor- with pink and green ribbon, as a sou 3-3-3t 24 Church street. ::

who is also a cousin to Mrs., A. ,G. nely. Many compliments were paid venir of the occasion. The afternoonwas It nb HoneyCould

Branham, arrived yesterday after- him last night by the patrons of this enjoyable spent, and the popular All persons desiring information ::
noon and win give readings duringthe little honor guest was ,the proud re
popular play house. relative to the Orlando Mutual Bk & ::
week at the Chautauqua. cipient of many handsome and use- L association may phone No. 115, or II only secure a small amount. Sendus

'' Big coke furnaces at Park's big ful gifts. call on Mr. Ellerbe, the manager, in ::
L. T. Dunning and wife, of Sioux tent. It the Citrus Rooms over the People's :: your order before it is gone.

,. Falls, S. D., arrived in the city last RECEPTION POSTPONED National bank. The permanent office ::

evening and are at the. St. Charlesfor Keep warm by going to Park's big of the secretary and treasurer will be II Fresh Tomatoes
a few days. Mr. Dunning openedthe Owing to indisposition Mrs. A.
tent. It on the first floor and centrally located -
first drug store in Haden will not be able to receive her
ever seen South
but this location has not been I:
Dakota and has been continuously in friends as usual on the first Wednesday Shipment received daily
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Sneyd and decided upon yet ::
the business ever since with a recordof Mrs. Emily I. Jones, of Philadelphia, in the month.

forty years of trade in one loca-I Pa., who have been making their DRESSMAKING I: Cider VinegarIn
tion in the,city of Sioux Falls., I home at the San Juan for the past RULE AT CATHEDRAL SCHOOL II

an old time friend of W. S. Branch I several days, will leave today for DURING LENT Miss Lendrum has opened her I,

and stopped over on his way home!I points farther south. Mr. Sneyd is dressmaking parlors at 210 Patrick bulk or bottle.

from a trip to Cuba. He says Orlan the assistant treasurer of the Phila The faculty of the Cathedral school street. She solicits your patronage.

do looks good to him and he will delphia & Reading Railway company.We wish to announce that, while always Pleating a specialty. 3-3-3t

doubtless come again.J. glad to see their friends and patrons,

all will go to the big Park there will be no regular "at home" Eat what you want. THE SANITARY GROCERY
M. Hart and wife, of Cleveland, show. It days during the season of Lent. Eat all you want.
Ohio, reached the city on :Monday Take a postscript and forget it. '
For sale by all durggists. CARUTHERS & GORE
morning, having down from
come A real company-the big Park We all go to the big Park show. It l-T-d&w-lyr
Sanford, where they left the '
boat.
show. It ; Phone 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
Mr. Hart is an engineer on the Lake in theSentinel
Tonight the big Park show. It Advertising pays-especially -
Shore and Michigan Southern railroad Mr. Floyd J. Fry and wife, of Jef- want columns.OSTEOPATHY.

lie has been running out of fersonville, Ind., after spending some You must not miss the great Park j CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
Cleveland for
forty At present
years.
time in St. Petersburg, are makinga show. It
his work is confined entirely to in iiiiniiifiif"" ,
few days' stay in Orlando before "111.t

holding the throtttle on a big combination proceeding to other points in Florida. You always enjoy the big Park DR. J. -C ..HOWELL :: III"IIII"'q

useSNxclusively engine and the observation car Mr. Fry likes Florida climate and show. It Hours, 1042, 35, and by appointmentNo I
by high officialsof Orlando and incidentally while here
for house treatment
extra charge
the road. Mr. and Mrs. Hart will ONE 1913
has renewed acquaintance of younger Something worth while-the big Telephone connections
make trip down the East Coast E
a to
days with Mr. Jos. Guernsey who, Park show. It Office cor. Orange and, Central AYCS. Car
Cuba before
< returning home. before coming to Orlando twenty- Hudson Touring

seven years ago, was engaged in busi You must not forget the big Park LUTHER THE FLORIST
Mr. R. A. McCracken and wife, of in DRIVEN 3,000 MILES
ness Jeffersonville. show. It
Toronto, Canada, who have had rooms Cut Flowers '
with Mrs. 0. M. Bonar at No. 8 West
SMALL BLAZE AT WALTON
LOOKOUT MOUNTAINWhile
South street, left today for a few HOME LAST NIGHT ROSES, VIOLETS, ABSOLUTELY PERFECT CONDITIONA
take "Dixie"or
in
days visit to Kissimmee. Mr. McCracken Chattanooga
is a wealthy contractor from "News" sightseeing automobilesfor CARNATIONS, PANSIES, AT '
The dwelling of Editor W. P. Wai. Lookout Mountain, Point 'Park, BARGAIN : :
Toronto and is making a tour of the POTTED PLANTS .
ton of the Reporter-Star located
near
state. This is their first visit to Chickamauga battlefield, Missionary
Lake Eola on East Washington street, Ridge and historical points. For res $1,100
Florida and Orlando and both are
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delighted with the people, the climate caught fire last night from a defect- ervations, address 910 Market street.33Apr.23 Good Wood - $1.50
ive flue. An alarm was turned in and -

and especially the sanitary con the department responded promptlywith Better Wood $% and $%.25 7i
dition of Orlando. McCrackensays
Mr.

he will return early next fall to done.the The result fire that was little extinguished damage was ina W. T. ENTRICAN, Best Wood $2.50 aid $2.75 San Juan Garage Go. J
Painter interior decorator. New
spend the winter with us. He is a and
booster and says he will bring sevoral short time. ideas and workmen old ones, too. Phone. 636- This won't last .long,
Expert employed.AN Service
more families with him next win All Night
Well, well! Park's show tonight. Stock up while you can. :
ter.
ATTRACTIVE PLACE

Everybody attends Park's show. It Twenty-acre farm; 10 acres cleared; food Yard
.. TEN YEARS IN ORLANDO six of it in grove; fruit netted over; Orlando AJAX TIRES don't cost any more and are guar- ,
Chiropodist for both men and wo. $1,000 this year; three acres good
men. Manicure, pedicure, face and Eat what you want. muck land; good spring of water and< 104 W. Pine St. anteed for five thousand miles.i .
I massage. Feet a specialty. L Eat all you want. running brook; six room house in c.t
lustard, 117 Orange avenue, over Take a postscript and forget it good condition, barn, etc. On clay B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor I
& O'Ne&l'g store. 2.6-im For. sale by all druggists. road 2 miles from town. Address '
c 1.7-d&W.lyr Box '"B," Sentinel 2-28-61
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W. C. TEMPLE SPORTING EDITORW. Word comes that the shipment of PEOPLE'S WANTSNUNNIMAKERS FOR EXCHANGE During the month of January the Dr. \

vegetables to the North from all 160-acre farm in southern Kansas, exports from the various ports of

C. Temple,president of the Gas- points in Dade county is increasingvery half under plow, balance pasture; all entry of the district of Florida were -
. fenced best of soft water within 15
parilla Carnival association, and donor rapidly and they are moving in ;
to 20 feet of surface; house and 2 nearly four times the value of imports Osteopathic Physician
of the famous "Temple Cup," although car lots. The prospects are excep- Notices of Lost Wanted For Sale Fer wells, wind mill; close to good school; as shown by the records in the
generally known as a baseball tionally good for the late crop of to- Rent etc. for this column l.ee for 25c for one day for six miles of county seat and two other office of J. F. C. Griggs, collector of 132 Orange Avenue
SOc for three days or $ one week
, enthusiast, is not so generally knownas matoes. 25 words or leu. Money must accompany railroad towns; title perfect. Wm. customs for the district of Florida,
editor and writer. Yet the advertisements fer tint column U BO L. Coryell, 201 Concord avenue, Or- Next door to People's Bank
a sporting the imports amounting to $712,743
insertions will be made on credit. lando. 2-25-1w ,
that honor, also, should be creditedto The Chautauqua, which has been in and DASHEENS.The as against exports valued at $2,653- up-stairs. Acute and chronic .
$1,000 Buys a five-room house
him. session in Miami the past week, was lot within one block of Lake Eola. South's substitute for the Irish 430. The largest exports were cotton diseases treated.Telephone .

h Mr. Temple himself told the story very successfulThe See Frank Soper, Room 3, McNeill & potato. Very productive. More and phosphate rock, leading in value
I yields to 500 bushels acre. En- 578. \
Davis Bldg. 2-18-10t up per
r yesterday to a circle of friends, en- dorsed by the Agricultural Depart- by many times any other export

joying it as much as any one. transport Hancock, the largestin FOR SALE-Bicycle for sale' or will ment, Washington, D. C. Now is the phosphate rock shipments being one
When he went to New York last the service of the navy, is to 'return exchange for second hand buggy.M. time to plant For seed apply to and one-half times the value of cot Take your repairing to Warman on

summer,to see the world's series of I to Pensacola from New Orleans W. Heatherington, R. F. D. No. 2, P. F. LAUBACH, ton exports.Times-Union. Court street. 12-5-tf

baseball games, Rube Allyn, editor of and bring to this city over eight hun I Orlando. 2-22-14 Orlando, Fla. .

the Sarasota Sun, decided to get the dred officers and men of the United I FOR SALE FOR REm

"real dope" on the series and appointed States marine corps. They are from 1 I An elegant modern home; four bed- .." ,11,1,111,1,11111,111111111111111111111111111"The :

Mr. Temple sporting editor of his the first regiment of marines and will rooms; two bath rooms; gas and elec- FOR RENT FURNISHED pleas-

be stationed at Pensacola for an indefinite tricity throughout; fruit trees and ant bed room, three blocks from AltamonteALTAMONTE
paper. flowers. 509 East Central avenue.
period, therefore will not return court house. No children. Apply at
2-15-tf
Allyn in bidding Mr. Temple good : the Woman's Exchange. 2-27-tf
to Philadelphia at first
bye, thrust into his pocket 100 hand as an' FOR SALE-Bargains in improvedand SPRINGS FLORIDA.
ticipated.-Pensacola Journal. ,
somely engraved cards with gold let- unimproved land. See S. S. FOR RENT-5-room house, partly
tering, bearing Mr. Temple's name Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2-25-wlm furnished. See Frank Soper, Room I A beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlando'or A. C. L ,

and the information that he was CHADWICK'S SPECIAL SALE FOR SALE-600 acres of high grade :3, McNeill & Davis Bldg. 2-18-lOt R.R.) Come out and get the best dinner served In Interior ,.,1

sporting editor of the Sarasota Sun. LASTING 30 DAYSNo. citrus land; 2 miles facing Orlando FOR RENT Large attractive room Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the

These cards were handed out by Mr. 1-10 acres, 21-2 miles south, and Oakland brick road, and 2 1-2 I in new bungalow.- 203 Ridgewoodavenue. most beautiful and healthful location in Florida, on

Temple everywhere he went, with the east of city, on hard road, all improved -i miles Orlando on, Fla.lake shore. S. S. Griffin, 2-4 tf high ridge between two lovely lakes, 40 acres in parks. (

information that he the ; 175 budded orange and grape- Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc.
sporting
was fruit trees just coming into bearing; Hotel has 500 feet broad piazza. All modeen improve
y editor on "the greatest paper in the 7-room house; the land is of the best..I free to
ments. Orange and grapefruit grove guests.
world, Rube Allyn's Sarasota Sun.- No. 2 -Two 3-acre young groves inside -
Illustrated booklet.
, Only Altamonte Spring water used.
r Tampa Tribune. of city, nicely situated to divide
into home lots.
; No. 3-13 acres, 8 acres with 6- See Corner
I HOW LENT IS OBSERVED AT room house and 200 bearing grove; t L GEO. E. BATES & SON Proprietors
ROLLINS COLLEGE I the 5 acres is garden land divided in ,
I acre lots and recorded. "The Grand Mount Vernon H. H.
I [Summer, Resort ,
No. 4-5 acres east between Amelia Lake and Anderson
During the Lenten season the usual and Concord avenues, just over city ItiMMMMIIMIMIIIMIIIiHIiilHUBiHHililWednesday ,.
social functions at Rollins are givenup limit line; a part of it to bearing

for the most part, and special emphasis grove and grapery; a fine 8-room
house and other buildings. This is a
Y is being laid on topics con- rare bargain to get a city home just Streets -
nected with the religious life. over the city line. Give this your at-

; At morning prayers, which are held tention.No.. 5-40. acres, 20 improved with II MILLINERY OPENING POSTPONED

: at a quarter before nine at Knowles 500 choice bearing orange trees, south 4,1111111111111,1111111111111111111111111111111111111
hall, President Blackman is reading side of lake, near Altamonte Springs; .

through the Gospel according to St. fine cottage bungalow furnished of 8; rooms beautiful; also lawn 4-room and FOR SALE FOR RENT-Large, well furnished and ThursdayMarch

Luke, consecutively; at the vesper shade; tennis court (cement); the Six hundred acres timber land, and I room to persons wishing suburban
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also good
accommodations; acres 4th and 5th
services on Sunday evenings'at six show place of the South, known as ten with.two milesof
acre orange grove track land, close in. Good opportu-
o'clock, he is holding a series of con the Foss Grove. On account of the lake shore, near Winter Garden, nity for right Address A,"
person.
e ferences on the general subject, "Why death of Mr. Foss, Mrs. Foss can no one of the greatest trucking and Sentinel 9-8tf invited
longer attend to the The cordially
I Believe in Christianity," these con-I means sell it. 'estate. This citrus centers of Florida. The orange public
crop will pay interest on the whole HOUSE FOR RENT-Six rooms,
ferences being in chargeof the Y. M. No.6-Several nice homes, close to investment. Terms. S. S. Griffin, modern; located at 311 N. Orange
C. A. and Y. W. C. A.; every after- Lake Eola, and other parts of the city.. owner, Orlando, Fla. 2-5 avenue. Call at 311 N. Orange ave- MSSESIAJnLOT&DlIMAgents
Also choice lots, close in. 2-24-tf
of the
noon week, beginning March nue.
: If you want to buy for home or investment -
15, except Monday, at a quarter past I am a leader along these FOR SALE-At a bargan, if takenat THE ST. JAMES, 308 West street. .f
two, the Rev. Kerr Boyce Tupper, lines. Call or phone and make date once: One two-chair" barber Rooms, $3.50 to $5.00 per week.
K. 203
known the 0. at
shop, as ,
for investigations.Open verandas. Everything new
D. D., the distinguished Baptist Large
pas business
Boone street, doing good ;
evenings. and modern. 2-22-lw
tor and lecturer of Philadelphia, will 19 W. Church St-Phale 398 10 acres good land just outside city for Barclay Corsets
lecture on the Bible; and it is hoped limits, 125 bearing orange trees, MISCELLANEOUS

that Haydn's "Seven Last Words WOOD grapefruit, tangerines, mandarines, McCalTs Patternsiymiii
on COAL AND ICE
and two large pecan trees; four room ESTRAYED-From Lake Conway, a
the Cross" will be sung on the afternoon Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's house, new barn, good horse and rig, dark bay mare, thick set western
- of Good Friday, April 10. Haydn Coal Yard, phone 666. 931tfimiMIIIHMIMI farming implements. This place is branded, about eight years old, scar
composed this more than a centuryago located near Clear lake. Owner wantsto on right shoulder, recently clipped. " "*
sell on account of health. Address Reward. M. Scott Box 711, Orlando -
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orchestral form without
till Hugh S. Miller, Orlando, or call at Fla. 2-22-4t
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words, for use in a Good Friday service 203 Boone street. 2-25-tf Real Estate Agents, Investors and HomeseekereATTENTION"
in the cathedral at Cadiz, Spain, WANTED-An experienced Japanesecook .

adding the words afterward; it is a ForSaleModern : WHITE HOUSEKEEPER wanted; would like at position Sentinel in office.private !
''x one who likes children. References family. Inquire
composition of great majesty and required. Call evenings. A. F. Wood, 2-15-lOt cottage, with
six-room
power of pathos. I 8 W. Livingston avenue. 2-28-3t I offer for $1,900 two-story,
WANTED-Ladies to bring those street north.
West
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The theme of Dr. Tupper's five lectures house and shed. .Located
rose
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' will be: The Peerless Book; i i 8-room i i ii LOST-Cameo breastpin with scal- them.combings We will to make us. what Don't you destroy want. Close in; near park and Lake Lot 40x117. Also
band. Leave at this
loped gold verandas. Special
Its Multiplicity and Unity Its Transcendent Come and see our stock and examineour six.room bungalow; oil finish, double
; office and receive reward. 2-28-3t
Ideals and Teachings; Its i i House, 2 doors i: ;I work. We invite inspection. If heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy base

Useful Message; Its Literary Glory of i i FOR SALE you haven't the hair we supply it. ment, wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or
; i west Wyom-: Our stock is genuine. We make everything house or fernery.
and Its Scientific Value. Farm of twenty acres, about ten to order. Will pay cash for furnace. Lot 40xl00 Including rose

The people of Orlando are cordially iiing-Hotel. Bargain :: ; acres cleared, about seven acres cul combings. Niekolas & Nickolas, 305 House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These
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tivated. 21-2 miles west of TaftP. 2-19-dw-lm house between. totTer
Garland avenue. the with rose
at corners,
invited to attend I lots connect
any or all of these i
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dealer's commission.
: Lenten services by President Black- i : : fence on three sides. Small new LOST-United Commercial Travelers the whole for $3,800 and allow

man. II II house and well. About 15,000 feet of Past Commander's emblem; cres- Open to all. .
saw timber. Land all dry and suit- cent shape, white and gold. Returnto
I able for trucking or citrus fruit. Am this office and get reward. R. B. E. N. COY ;.
New spring and summer goods ar-i: A. L. Bentley, too old to work it and will sell at a Phillips. '-- ,J

riving daily. Come and visit us at" bargain. Owner, Box 137, Taft, Fla.2211md&w W. T. ENTRICAN, 307 \Vest SI., NorlbOrlando
H. fanner's New York Bargain Store.: : 10 L AMELIA AVENUE I lakes a specialty of painting, paper- r
j 2-28-2t I'I I Telephone the Sentinel your news ing, refinishing floors, furniture, etc. OO : I"
e items. It will be appreciated. Phone 636. 1-21-lm ttl)11 e J+H

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SON AT FORT MYERS on Court street 12-5-tf Bargain for Some PersonI City Homes For Sale
New house in good repair, paintedand ,
II papered, piazza and one screened.
Fort Myers, Fla., Feb. 25.-Greet There's a reason why you should Five acres in the lot. Young orange THE MARKETOf '
ed by the .enthusiastic welcome of advertise in the Sentinel And that and grapefruit grove of 325 trees $3500-Modern seven-room house;

2,000 admiring citizens, Thomas A. reason is-it produces results. just coming into bearing. 100 peach NEW. Two screened porches,
Corner lot. Well screned. Elec-
trees, 8 Japanese persimmon trees,
Edison, Henry Ford and John Bur- roses and shrubs in front yard. Good tric fixtures, gas range, and Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
roughs arrived in Fort Myers in a Warman Sells,. and Fixes Bicycles, water. Situated on clay road to Pine shades to all windows. Close in.

private car over the Atlantic Coast on Court street. 12-5-tf Castle, near Drennen Station. Also A genuine bargain.
line. Immediately upon their ar 10 acres on the clay road, suitablefor $5500( Within one blocK of Lake Lu- AND SALT MEATS
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orange and grapefruit trees or cerne. Fine modern home seven
rival Mr. Edison and his party were Ladies' hair dressing, massage, gardening. Any one wanting a Flor- rooms. FURNISHED. Lot 60x FISH AND GAME .
taken on a trip about 4he city and shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber ida home will do well to call at "MasI 310-29 choice budded fouryearold -
then .escorted to the Edison place, 1-2-tf I sachusetts Villa." trees. God garden. Fifty fine Kept under the best sanitary conditions ;
Shop.
A. D. TURNER. Rhode Island Red chickens included -
about a mile from the business sec- I I ,
in sale. Do not overlook
tion,down McGregor boulevard.A J this. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

leading feature of the demon- $3750 Completely furnished home. and
pore.
. stration was a parade of Ford cars To the West and NorthwestVIA Modern in every respect. Rent-
owned in Fort Myers and Lee county,' ed till November 1st at $60 per We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
month. Income is 19 cent
this being arranged for Mr. Ford's per on
the investment and you will havea everything in the Meat Line.
'- especial benefit. There were thirtyone -I home next winter when you

cars in line, and the parade was DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND want it.$47500nebalf.

directed by David Ireland. Headingthe block from Lake Lu- The PARLOR MARKET

parade were three cars purchasedby ATLANTIC LIMITED cerne. Modern seven-room .
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house. Lot 68x332. Choice bud
Mr. Ford for the use of himself, I
ded fruit. Exclusive
Mr. Edison and Mr. Burroughs during Due Dixie FIrer. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED neighborhood. H. M. Self & CoePINE

"their stay in Fort Myers. Lv Orlando A. C. L..12:31am 3:13pm v Orlando ........................ 3:13pm
r Jacksonville, A. C. 1.... 6(5 am 7:30pm r Jacksonville! ..................... 7:30pm
These cars were delivered out of Jacksonville A. C. L... 9:35am 8:25pm v Jacksonville. A. C. L. ........... 8:15pm :
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Fort v Warcl'068t A. C. L..llS0am 10:25 pm v Waycross A. C. I. .10:20pmr Cooper
the stock owned by Hill & Co., Macon, G. S. &; F....... G:1Spm 4:15am Ar Macon G. S. &; F. .............. 3:46am
Myers, and D. F. 'Owen, of Tampa, r 4tlauta C. of Ga....... 8:03 pm 7:2S am Ar Atlanta, C. of Ga .............. 7:12 am : Phone No. 80iMMHIIIIMMHIiMlliiillllllllliilMIH
Ar Knovine, L. 41: N. .............12:19pm
head of the Ford distributing agency Ar Chattanooga W. 41: A..12liam 11:5Sam Ar Corbin, L. 41: N. ................ 11m 114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor I i
for south Florida, who came to Fort! Ar Nashville, N. C. &; St. L. 4:50 am 4:3Opm r Louisville T&; N. .............. 3:16:: pm I
Ar ............ Phone No. 311 II
Indianapolis. Pa. L.
1:50am
to attend the demonstrationand Ar St.-Lome L C.4\L.". N. Z:50 pm 7:20 am
Myers Ar Lexinrton L. N. ............ 6iupm .
assist Mr.. Hill in delivering the Ar Bopldunille, L. 41: N........... 6:21 pm Ar Cincinnati, L. 41: N. ............. 8:50 pm
cars. In the parade Mr. Ford and his Ar Evansville, L. 41: N..... 8:28am 9:25 pm Ar Kaluwoo G. R. 41: L ..........12Z0pm
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family rode in one of these cars, driven -IAr Chicago C. 41: E. L..... 6:50pm 6:50am Ar Cleveland. Big Four ............. 7:15am
by Mr. Owen.'

DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
The demonstration was given un-
Solid train, composed of section drawingroom Solid train, composed of electric lighted
the of the Fort
der management My- sleeping cars, observation compartment
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ers board of trade and the Boosters' can and dining car, between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches M. SLEMONS
Chicago. and section, drawing room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and
club. A band belonging to a carni- ar between Jacksonville and St Louis. Jacksonville, Louisville and Indianapolis; ,

val company brought to Fort Myersby DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and .
the Boosters' club furnished music Solid train, carrying electric lighted com- Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between
ailment observation sleepers, and electlie i
Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondays
and many ,of the automobiles were ighted section drawing-room sleepers. First-
"1 decorated with and bunt- ass coaches and smoking car. Dining car and Thursdays of each week. Dining car New Goods
flags
gaily ewes meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and CincinnatiFOR Arriving Daily
ing. The line of march took the visitors -

through the principal business TICKETS PULLMAN RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION WRITE OR CALL ON
and residence streets. At the Edison W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent.
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place Mr. Edison and his friends Atlantic Coast Line, OrlandotltMltmilMttlMllltimiHIMIMIIIItlMtlMMM

viewed the unique display from one:

of the gateways leading into the _

' grounds.The : We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B.,Stetson & Co.
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.. made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
thing that is wrong with the

years that come and go is that there : ; Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.

should be more holidays and less :
J Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.

washdays.The :I & Co Best place in the city to trade.

rule of reason should prevail : OLIVE\ [ Oil.

in automobiling or motorcycling, but : aaV: :

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to pay the penalty. I .' : W. M. SLEMONS

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ORANGE AVENUE
ardent and adaptable possesses three
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two or three things he can do in his :
and is made from Selected Olives
employer's office and does them without .
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being invited to take a hand. 'grown on the Italian Riviera. Thisis III1111111111111"

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are required by for medicinal and table
the state law governing the assess- .11..11.1111I111I11111I1111I
ment and collection of taxes in this use. ,
city, to make your returns by March .
1st of each year. The act reads: Per Pint, 50 cents. a
"All persons, corporations and firms I J .
owning real or personal property taxable . Per" Quart, $1.00. ,,,.,. ':' Orlando
by the city are hereby required
to make return of the same 'to the Per Gallon, $3.50. ._ >: .
assessor before the first day of Marchof < I rr

The each returns year." shall contain a com- f'r' . ,'_:: 1 w t,:=-'i, . I. \? ator
plete list and description of all tax ., : h' : "" .
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able property belonging to such per- '
son, corporation or firm on the first '
day of January in the year for which .. Electricity
the return is made, together with the '. ',.." .
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including the full cash value of each .;\/ ,. .. ') .,, '-' *iL
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the best information obtainable. DeLane .
If returns are not made 'some ,
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in by the assessor. Better save future -
trouble by,making returns now.
C. A. BOONE, City Assessor.Get ORLANDO
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. act seeks to equalize rates.
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worth the price of admission to I .
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"..:: pany is displaying two white way
t lamp posts and lights in front of the Two Months Have Already Passed and Soon the
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Use "A.B.A. Chequesin office on Central avenue. The post is s '
Year Will be One Fourth Gone
payment of your traveling expenses from start to finishof iron on a concrete foundation with a I

your trip. You can pay your railway fares and hotel bills single light globe at the top, the

... in the United States with them,buy your steamship tickets, globe being covered by a canopy. The .
use them in any part of the civilized world like actual money posts are designed for gas and are To Encourage Systematic Savingwe

and pay you j U.S.Customs Duties with them on your return provided with a sixty candle power

They are like an International Currency,the most con- light. Mr. Joe Cheney, manager of are Open for Deposits (only) -
anent, safest kind of travel funds. Issued by the gas company, says he is display- =

t r ing the posts for the purpose of encouraging
from 5 to
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The State Bank ot Orlando the white way idea and not
for the purpose of entering competition

to the concrete post, designed by 9P.M.United.
t Engineer Ramsey and which will be 1 .

furnished to patrons at cost by the

city. Mr. Cheney says his company
will furnish the posts at cost to any
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SIXTH ANNUAL CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY I l I I M I 'NI y I JII I ; tlI I ,IWI'' I I q l .I I I III s h I III
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(Continued from page 1)) MEET TODAY Sunday morning service. The opportunity II I I II I ,II (I I; I I'I I I I I I F I I ( hII'NrN' I'Ill rq { IJhI ,I I I h' ,!I NI'i'' ,II;; I { IIII 11 III"U! I'9 uu II' ?/I I,I r IIINIllpl"; I')! "1 .I/II/,I ll, ,. 1 1II
: remember the admonition of an an-' was offered for others than the I

dent speaker who said that "elo The county commissioners will members of the congregation to give HEAR DR. COOK'S OWN STORY whatever had been made of his in- right.-Tribune, Los Angeles, Aug."Dr. .
quence lay in the ear as much as in meet today. As usual the board will and a goodly sum was% raised. Mr.' AT LUCERNE TONIGHT struments by his friends of the Geographic 1, 1911..
Cook
: the tongue." The success of all movements have a number of important mattersto 11.O. Overstreet, chairman of the society, who gave their pre glad hand is the getting the popular
on Chautauqua circuit.
: ,,such as this, depends as much consider, and matters pertainingto general building committee, made a Peary has published his book and arranged verdict. People assure him with enthusiasmof
Dr. Cook. Dr. Cook now makes public for the
made his charges against
upon the enthusiasm of those assem- the proposed hard road system will short talk, reporting the progress Claiming the North Pole, Mr. Peary first time the basis of his Polar claim, their confidence."-Capital, Topeka -
bled to hear and be taught as it does likely figure in the discussions. The made by the committee in soliciting has never made public an iota of the and replies in toto to Mr. Peary.Dr. "Dr., Kansas Cook, Aug.is 4, 1911.

upon the enthusiasm of those who school board also will meet, and the funds. It is expected that actual "proof1 upon which he based his Cook presents in his lectures one who imagines coming that he back.is discredited Any-
and book, which has been
I just pub-
come to speak and teach. work the building will claim. that
returns of the recent election for on new beginin Mr. Peary's claim has never been lished, the scientific observations he has been universally
"We feel that we can confidently. trustees will be canvassed, and com- the summer, probably by the first proven. which convinced him that he reached branded as a faker and the greatestliar
depend upon our own home folk as mission issued to the new trustees, of May. The National Geographic Society of the Pole. audience of the century-should of five have seen
an thousand at the
well the friends who awarded medal to Mr. Dr. Cook's claim has never been
as are sojourn. Washington a
Messrs. J. W. Simmons C.
E. How Grundy County Chautauqua here to-
ing with us, and I more than confidently A crowd Park's show Peary as the discoverer of the North discredited. scramble hear
ard and George Phillips. big saw last Pole. During the congressional investigation "The fact that Dr. Cook can gather I day to him lecture, rise
'' bespeak earnest and sincere night 4 It last winter, two membersof paying audiences Is not strange, for.. up and call him great, and finally
endeavor to give the very best on the :I this society testified that in the I his story would prove interesting.'= shoulder and shove one another in an

part of every one who shall appear Ladies' hair dressing, age, If good advice could only be received Peary "proofs" there was no proof.i Chronicle, Rochester, N. Y., Aug. 16, effort him that to they shake were his convinced hand and that assure he

upon this platform from time totime. &oo, electric drier. Gem BarberShop in the spirit in which it is I This was Mr.suppressed Peary himself in the newspa testified. 1911."Dr. Cook is on ,the Chautauqua I had the 'Big Nail in his pistol pock.
pers. .
." 1-2-tf given more of it would be given. that although he had them,.no tests circuit again. He came back all 3 et.-Times, 1911. Kansas City, Mo., Aug.



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