Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00345
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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 4, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00345
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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f' Direct Service Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center

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DISCUSSED U AI STATE DEPARTMENT Gets Sign Persons Petition in to Lecture Senator Audience Bryan to I: Former Governor in Lecture-of Indiana on '"The to Appear STORE 10 BE f r FORMALLY Y OPENED t 1 1I

- for Redress World Disarmed" iHAUIAUijUA
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LOOKED Dr. Frederick Cook, the polar explorer Today is the red letter day of the !

IMPROBABLE TO OCCURIN Of WOMAN IN GEORGIA[ who lectured at the Lucerne I 1914. session of the Orlando Chautauqua. CROWDS R 10 O OPERA[ H HOUSE U [ MANY VISITORS

theater to audience last night

will seek to have his claim as discoverer It is seldom that men of national I!

Albert Davis Says He Committed of the North Pole formally recognized fame and importance go lecturing, Intense Interest Shown in the Seriesof

Crime for Which His by congress, and with this inview and it is still more seldom that they
SHARP NOTE IS SENT[ Brother Is Held petitions to Senator N. P. Bryanwere possess such gifts as an orator as in ProgressThe j

circulated for signature among lion. J. Frank Hanly. As governorof

the in the audience and Indiana and as a man high in public -
EMPLOYED TO New Orleans, March 3-Special( ). people were FOR STOCK VARIETY AND CAPITAL ;
FORCE WILL BE Realizing that his, death is near, signed by a number of the foremost affairs since that time, he has various sessions of Chautauqua -

MAKE INVESTIGATIONS IF he being in the last stages of consumption people of Orlando.Dr. held a high place in the country and are being well attended, with INVESTED ORLANDO ESTABLISHMENT

HE DOESNT GIVE SATISFACTORY Albert Davis confessed today Cook' says that a bill will be has been a power for good. He is much interest manifested therein. LARGEST ,

ANSWER that he murdered his sister-m introduced in the senate soon by Senator recognized as one of the foremost Yesterday's program was changed IN CENTRAL FLORIDA
somewhat in the afternoon and
law near Thelman, Ga. 1 ,tV: exter, the purpose of which orators. evening -

). I Davis said tHat his brother, C. R., will be to have a commission examinehis When he speaks on "The WorldMsarmed" from the printed schedule, the Tomorrow will chronicle one of the
March 3-Special( -
Washington, : biblical hour Madame
gives the United Davis, now in prison in Georgia, is'' proofs and pass upon his claim. the people are sure to morning by historic events in the commercial development };
Unless Carranza I Mountford held at 10:30. This
hear delivered in being
to awaiting trial for the crime. The dying Dr. Cook says that he is trying to get a great message a of OrlandO-the formal 1
States a satisfactory answer que- the second of her series of lectures .
powerful, forceful and one was
Ben- man pleaded that he be taken only his just due. He alleges that his way every opening of the four story Yowell- ,
the Englishman
ries concerning vill be helped, instructed and im on the "Life of Christ," and
the Spaniard Ruiz this government back to Georgia and there stand trial story of the discovery appeared first, Duckworth department store, repre- :
ton both instructive and interesting.
force to learn the for murder, but physicians declare in fact several days before Peary's, pressed.In was senting the consolidation under one ;
will use view of the fact that the busi- Madam Mountford has traveled extensively -
northern Mexico. his condition hopeless and death a and that Peary's story followed his roof of the largest business of its ;
true condition in of Orlando and but much of her time is
confidential matter of only a few hours. own in every essential. He says that ness men vicinity class between Jacksonville and Tam- :
While Caruthers, agentin would be unable to attend in the spent in the Holy Land, and her talks 1
this either that both
proves men saw
Mexico, hurried toward Carranza afternoon, the management has taken outline vividly the mode of life in pa.The 1
President CHARGED WITH SMUGGLINGNew and experienced the same things or building has been occupied
headquarters at Chihuahua, the liberty of changing the hour of Palestine. Yesterday her subject was
today that the second copied the first, and since the first of the year, but it was ;
Wilson and Secretary Bryan his lecture, announced in the the "Childhood 'of Christ" and a
time intervention. York, March 3.-On the chargeof it; happens that Peary's was the sec- incomplete in many particulars when 1
marked pending 3 p. m., to 8 p. m. beautiful word-picture was given of '
having smuggled high priced Cuban the stock was moved in, and the firm
Invasion soon, it seems, must fob ond.The Dr. Caroline Geisel, who was to Christ with the earned men as they
cigars and cigarettes into this ,story as told by Dr. Cook, illustrated has waited until the fixtures were in i
low the continued ;refusal of Car- take- to evening hour, will give her sat in the temple discussing the '
with views taken in the arctic and the stock received
country, Capt. Joseph H. Trachey of place new was
t with this country, said lecture of the .
ranza to treat in the afternoon. The remainder meaning scriptures.Miss
the sugar steamship Santa Clara, and regions, favorably impressed the audience to issue invitations to inspect the
state department officials today. of the will be un- Elizabeth Yowell aided Madam
Joseph Vazfuiza, one of the firemenof and if Dr. Cook succeeds in program building and the stock. Hundreds of
Great Britain's declaration that in- changed. Mountford in showing the costumes <
I the vessel, were arrested here to- getting a hearing before a committee cards were mailed from the store yes- i
tervention by this country "would be Tickets today for the Chautauquawill worn by children in Bible times, and
night in what is said to be a general of congress it is not improbable terday, but the invitation list is intended .!
welcomed" is believed to have convinced be 65 cents for the full day, and the entire lecture was most enjoyable. '
movement on the part of the customs that he will achieve his desire. He to cover every individual in
every one that the policy of 50 cents for the lecture by Gov. Madam Mountford has a wonderful
authorities to stop illicit importationsof directed attention the fact that Orlando and Orange countand prep- a
"watchful ;waiting" at last has been Hanly. charm of manner, and is one ,of the
this sort. congress did not give Peary actual arations have been madt\to handle a :
most interesting and delightful lee-
best.At and formal recognition as the discoverer giant crowd. .
cabinet meeting today and at turers ever heard in Orlando.In .
a 1 of the Pole, though he was retired CITY BOND I ISSUE VAliDATED I IND The opening tomorrow will take on'
conferences between Bryan the afternoon an excellent con-
subsequent Ynll'ORGANIZE[ BOYS' CORN ClUBS with the rank of admiral in recognition the form of an all day reception. ;
Moore, Carden and Rice, the consequences cert was given by the Robley Male
of his scientific explorations.The WILL BE ADVBUISDCitl [ [ Florist Luther"has been engaged to j
of invasion of northern IN ORANGE COUNTYCounty Quartette, with the added feature of
doctor does not think that the lend the enchantment of his plants I
Mexico freely discussed. The several enjoyable readings.by Mr.
were qiestion should be unsettled; that it along with his artistic touch and temperament 1
English, diplomats made clear the Attorney Massey Returns From Bayard T. Robley.
should be decided positively one wayor to the general effect, and "
idea, brought out in a speech by Sir Agent Charles Baker to Devote the other. DeLand and City Commissioners Last evening a large audience was music will be heard from the midst of 1

Edward Grey, that this country must Much Time to This Part Take Action present although several other at-
The explorer met a number of Orlando fern and palm alcoves on every floor. y
take the initiative. The diplomats of His Work people and talked freely and tractions elsewhere for the evening How much of work and expense it .
their declaration that Eng- City Attorney Louis C. Massey returned -
repeated probably claimed some who would
pleasantly with all. He is easy of has been to provide this magnificent }
land would abide by the terms of the Monday night from DeLand,
otherwise have
shared the Chautauqua -
and of four stories with
Chas.H. manner evidently simple habit building eight x
United States, regardless of any expression County Agricultural Agent where he went to secure the valida- interests. After a prelude byRoger's
and taste and thousand feet of
quite unassuming. square space on
Carranza. Baker appeared before the county tion ,before Judge Perkins of the city
by Goshen band, Miss Gay Ze-
While in Orlando he floor fire ;
met by every proof throughout,
appointment -
tAe state commissioners yesterday, and gavean bond issue of which
All officials of depart- $100,000, was nola MacLaren delighted her hearers
here Mr. S. J. Entrikin, with every modern convenience including {
ment seemed to breathe easier when account of his recent trip to voted several months ago to be usedin with her remarkably' skillful render-
who ,was formerly one of his asso- intercommunicating tele-
they learned from Grey's speech thaiEngland Gainesville to confer with.the expertsof extending the system of street
ing of extracts from the popular dra-
the state experiment station and on the 1892 Peary expedition. phones, indirect lighting system, electric i
would stand by the United paving.
ma, "The Governor's Lady"Miss
Dr. Cook elevators and the cash 1
other Mr. Baker also was surgeon of the party Lamson
county agents.
. The city commissioners took action
;, States. outlined his work for the county, and Mr. Entrikin was second fficer. yesterday morning in directing the MacLaren had won an enviable system, need not be told in cold fig- j!

i which he has assumed. Since that time Mr. Entrikin has reputation as an elocutionist here ures for the warm concrete fact to be I

., .... SIR LIONEL, CARDEN CALLS ON I' ie proposes to only devote" recently considerabletime fought the Yaqui Indians in Mexico advertise bond trustees the bonds to proceed for sale.at once Street to :when coming with other Chautau- appreciated; a visit through the store T

PRESIDENT to the organization of boys' corn and had other thrilling experiences.He Commissioner Johnson made the mo- quans last year, hence those who is the best and most convincing proof

r clubs in this county. is running the Runnymede hotel heard her then were prepared for the that the Yowell-Duckworth companyhas t
tion which
Washington, March 3-(SpecialSir ).- This movement is supported largely at. Narcoossee at present, but expects was adopted.The unusual ability and ease with which set the pace which Orlando must J
advertisement is
I Lionel Carden, the British am- the in cooperationwith soon to become a citizen of Or- prepared she gave both sides of lengthy con bestir itseif in other directions to }
by government
and will appear in the course
.; bassador to Mexico City, called on the states and counties, and has ange county. He has an interest- versations between the prospective reach and sustain. The departmentsare
of day o two. This is probablythe
:># the president at six this evening ac- proved .a great incentive to agricul- a large tract of land on Lake Hart, best news; concerning city affairs governor and his "lady;" also in introducing located as follows: !

!', companied by Mr. Rice and Counsel- ture and the keeping of young men which he and the other owners expectto printed in some time. It means that various other imaginary First floor-Dry goods, notions, }

; lor Barclay, of the British embassy on the farm. develop. He and the doctor had a characters, giving their words and gents' furnishings, shoes and groce- !
the streets of the town are to be improved -
here. The conversation with Presi- great time of it in overhauling their tones so well that a listener who
Mr. Baker says that the season of: with ,all possible dispatch. ries.Second 'i
? .dent Wilson was described as of "an the year is such that there is little polar experiences.Dr. could not see the stage might well floor-Ladies' and children's J

y informal!' nature." else for him to undertake at this particular Cook is accompanied and assisted NEW YORK GANGSTER CONVICTED fancy there were two or three actors ready to wear garments, corsets and t

'. At the White House no comment on his tour by Mr. E. S. instead of just one elocutio'nislHer millinery.
f4'A.,.. ; time, and purposes to give OF KILLING POLICEMAN
c l...... -was made on the conference. this movement much, of his ,time. He Brooke, another arctic adventurerwho New York, March 3.-There was a manner of depicting the va- Third floor-Furniture, household

,11.... ; When asked if he discussed the thinks it well worth while. was a member of the Peary relief sneer on the face of Oresto Shillitona rious trials of both the "Governor"and goods, carpets, rugs and draperies.The r

Mexican situation or conference with! The corn clubs are organized from expedition of 1892 and was sec- a gangster, tonight as he lis- his wife, with their so-different firm employs forty-five per-

the president, Carden refused to make among the school pupils, as a rule, ond hi command of the North: Greenland tened to the verdict of murder in the ambitions and desires, kept the audi- sons, the heads of the departments J

'a statement, except to say that his and one of the first steps taken by expedition of 1893-4. first degree by a jury which tried ence interested and amused, and aU being assigned as follows: General I

belief is that the Huerta governmentis Mr. Baker will be to get the names of him for slaying Probationary Policeman present would enjoy hearing her manager of the floors and sales force, :;

Early as strong in the as day ever.Carden called on boys in the various schools of the B BOARD TO ASK f FOR R BIDS f FOR William Heancy, in Mulberry.. again. t N.office P. Yowell force,; E.general G. Duckworth manager of; the M. 1 t

:ounty who are eligible to enter the street, on the night of March 3, 1913.

cordially.Secretary Bryan, who received him tween contests.the Contestants of ten must and eighteen be be- NAY V SCHOOL S H H HOUSE I I Charles Toare, another policeman, THOUSAND P POSTS WANTED BY Rex.Carmack notion, dry department goods department; Mr. Franklin ; w-: '

ages and John Rizzo, a citizen, were killed
Following the White House con- gents' furnishings; Jim Windham, .
years. by Shillitona a few seconds beforehe C COUNTY FOR MARKERS[ S
.,. ,ference Carden dined at the British shoe department; John Rowland, grocery )
Joint fired at Heancy. The jury was out
Meeting Held Between the
embassy with Secretary Bryan another < ST. JOHNS BOARD SENT COPY ninety minutes. department; Mrs. 0. McKenzie, 1
"- officials present. He left on County Board and Orlando ready to wear department; Miss i
OF ITS RECENT WORK The convicted man is 22 old Setting of Section Posts Needed and
-F the midnight train for New York, The Board of Trustees years Jones, corset department; Miss Grace ,-1
county commissioners yester- and has five prior convictions to his
,from which city he goes at once to County Commissioners Will Schill, millinery department; T. H.
day had spread before them the recent record. He will be sentenced to death 1
London returning to Mexico City,I action of the commissioners of After the regular meeting of the I next Friday.As Advertise for Bids Hurlburt, furniture department; J. D. ,

4 where his wife and children are. Barnes, carpet departmentThe f
i I
St. Johns county relative to the con- county school board yesterday, during -I Shillitona left the court room
Afterwards he goes to Brazil. struction of of hard roadsin Upon the recommendation of Coun- fourth floor is divided into
a system which the returns from the recent his mother threw her arms about his
that The St. Johns ty Surveyor Fries the commissioners twenty-two offices, about half of the .i
county. com- election for trustees of the ,Or- neck, crying, but the demonstration
,, tBALLOTS MUST BE MARKED AT missioners first mapped out the system lando school district were canvassedand seemingly was lost on the man. yesterday instructed Clerk B. M.] number having been engaged by the

a "i ii RIGHT advertised for bids and awarded the result formally declared, "Keep quiet he said to her. Robinson to advertise for a thousand following prospective tenants: Gordon

the contract conditioned upon the authorization there'was a joint meeting betweenthe "What are you crying about? I can concrete posts to be used as markersfor I I Wright, insurance; J. P. Holbrook -

: In voting in the primary election of a bond issue for $650- trustees and the board. take care of myself. It's nothing. section corners. real estate and automobiles;

next June a radical departure will be 000 which is to be voted upon April The new trustees, Messrs.. J. W. Don't bother about me. What's the The surveyor was given authorityto Murry King, architect; 0. S. Robinson -

, noticed in the marking of the ballots. 1; It is doubtful if any other countyin Simmons, C. E. Howard and George use of crying?" proceed to mark the county lines dry goods drummer; B. Beacham,

J Heretofore it has been the custom 1 to Florida has approached the problem Phillips, will take hold of the school With a laugh Shillitona followedthe between Orange and adjoining coun- capitalist; Dr. S. Miles Robinson, i

mark the ballot at the left of the can- in just this manner. affairs of the Orlando district with- guards to his cell. His mother ties.It physician; Judge John M. Cheney,

didate's name. In the primary election out delay, and it was decided in the had to be assisted from the build-I is said that surveyors have been lawyer. G

the mark will be placed after the DELINQUENT LICENSE LIST TO joint meeting yesterday that bids for ing. having much trouble in locating sec- Above the fourth floor is the roof,

name. BE PROSECUTED the new school building to be erected tion corners, because of the indistinct I which'was constructed with the idea

The ballot will be ruled so as to Delinquent License Collector J. P. and equipped from the proceeds of ALFORD ELDREDGE APPOINTED or obliterated marks. The concrete I of eventually' maintaining thereon a

give the,voter the ,right to vote both Cawood yesterday made his report to the bond issue of $50,000, should be COUNTY ENUMERATOR posts will be reinforced and will be roof garden and motion picture show.

e a first and second choice. For this the county commissioners. There advertised for without delay. Alford Eldredge was yesterday appointed three. feet in length, standing one II Two Warner electric elevators leadto

reason the change of sides will be .was a considerable number who had Aside from canvassing the returnsof by the county commissionersas foot above, the ground, base seven j the roof, and the floor is ready for

made. Sample ballots will be printedand :I failed to pay license for operating the election and commissioning the enumerator of agricultural statis- inches and five inches at the top. the installation of the necessary apparatus -

distributed for the use of the vot- business, and the commissioners ordered new school trustees, the county board tics for Orange county. This work is I II I and appurtenances to make it

'' ers before the election in order that the names turned over to the did little else yesterday besides pass done under a statute,' and is of much Alligator shopping bags reduced to a real roof garden. This feature of

,( all may have ample time to get i in county solicitor, who will prosecutethe bills for payment though it was one importance. The result is published bargain prices at Curtis & O'Neal's the establishment will necessarily be .,

touch with the new roles. Jacksonville delinquents for their failure to of the lengthiest sessions held for in the reports from the office of the book, stationery and music store. a development of the future; maybe

.' Metropolis. comply with the law in this respect. sometime. state commissioner of agriculture. next postoffice. i (Continued on page 5)


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'!:.: (From Gainesville Sun) Today at
it An important meeting will be held
i' in Bartow on the 5th of March for the
},. purpose of organizing a state drain Gas HeatersWE MOTION Grand Theatre
.,,' PICTURE[ co's ,

f The Times says: "St. Petersburg
k will have a first class hard surfaced STILL HAVE A FEW HEATERS LEFT THE THEATRE BEAUTIFUL '
road in and out from and to the rest AND DO NOT'WANT TO CARRY THEM OVER

, of just the as world soon, via as men the Seminole and machinery bridge THE SUMMER SO ARE OFFERING THEM AT "THE CHINESE DEATH THORN," a two reel feature, with

V can build it." THE FOLLOWING CASH PRICES : ; Mr. Geo. Melford in the
leading role. The leader of a powerful ;
:11. The Pathes Freres moving picture OLD PRICE SALE PRICE ; ''Tong" and his victim whom he gets in his power ;
: company sent a special man to Tampa
r to take pictures of the coronation ; through opium. :

i I scene of the Gasparilla Krewe's ball $8.50 $6.00 "THE JOINING OF THE \
,,, The picture will be shown in theaters Panama Canal

i\, throughout-the world. 6.50 4.50 : opening, by the Edison

-, to Four the hospital hundred fund dollars in Clearwater were added as 4.50 3,00ORNDO "GREED GEORGE," featuring Andy Clark the famous j

g.f given a result by of George an evening's Ade and entertainment Sewell Ford : boy actor. This picture is worth going miles to see. An j '

i. under the managment of the women | excellent comedy.Our .
. of Clearwater.-Miami Herald.
1. The ladies of-St. Paul's Parish in new conductor, Mr. Pinkerton, will come up to your
; highest expectations. He is a leader of and
Key West gave a bazaar and ice many years standing
cream festival a few nights ago fort Gas Department ; will give special' music at our feature performancesThe
the benefit of the building fund of St.
Paul's church. The proceeds amounted M 1111I111 ,1111111111111111111111111111111111111111'11 return engagement of Miss Ruth Pearl, "A Dainty Singerof
to $836.26.S. Sweet "
V -------- - Songs.

A. Cawthorn, who owns a nur-
sery in DeFuniak Springs, has sold Continuous Performance from 3:30: to 10 P. M. ,
over 2,500 Satsuma trees this winter,
.besides a large number that have
been bought direct from the nurseries Children 5c Adults lOcttMIMBMIIII6MtlMltMfllMMMMHIIIIIIMtt
: in small quantities. He says more
Satsuma orange trees have been .r-- .
planted. this winter than ever before. ..IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IC..IIIIII'IIIIIIIIIII..11111.1111.,1.,1' 111 tl

B. B. McCall of Madison
shipped a
: car load of stall fed cattle to Augustoa Just arrived car load For Economy and purchase -

recently. The News says: The FORDS for immediate W RIG H T. power of your money .
feeding of cattle here for market
( & SEBD co '
x' purposes and is getting doubtless to be those quite engagedin an industry I delivery.Get FOR REALTY REAL ESTATE rt' ,. "T ry Wright Farm ,

Thais Our Business and Garden Seeds. in
it are finding it a most profitableway now'F.
of disposing of their surplus for- yours Orlando Florida
t bulk. "Motto" Quantityand
age. G. RUSH,
The Y. W. C. A opened its library Phone 226
M in connection with its new home in Fresh Eggs 29C doz. Best Creamery Butter 39C lb.
hall for the first time last Sweet Milk Ice lbs. Limes
Bryan Sun- tic qt. 5oc Zoo ISC doz.
' day. The library has started with Sweet Milk 07C pint Fresh Butter Milk IDC qt.

the 100 opening volumes,of which the library.went fast Pledges upon Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Present' delivered by Express,

2 have been made which will increasethe (:charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains,. at your door $"1.35 cash with order.

number of boos.TallahasseeNote i
in the Times-Union. 340 Acres Good Land '

x'' Mary Smith, a colored girl living 40 acres under fence 200 good orange trees, two story house, barn,
L in Pensacola, happened to a peculiar 4
accident a,few days ago. While attempting best of water, three lakes. Snap bargain sale.
: to cross Palafox street she
fell and broke one of her legs. Those
V who witnessed the accident say that,
rt she started to cross the street when i 11'1111111111111111111111111111111111111"-1111111111111111 11111111111111.
lost her balance and fell in a heap on' III'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIII"III'IIIII'III'IIIIIIII11111111111111111111111..

i i the Ralph pavement.Roberts, a farmer living in ABOUT FOUNTAIN PENSThere I ORlANDO BANK & TRUST COMPANY

South 'Tampa, was blown to atoms are plenty of good fountain pens in
Thursday afternoon by the premature the market and unfortunately there is also a

explosion of a charge of dynamite. supply of poor ones. We have yet to see a
Parts of his body were blown a hun- Orlando, Florida.Condition .
dred yards and he was mangled almost better self-filling peh than the Conklin,
; beyond recognition. Roberts and have never sold a better one of the other at the dose of business December 31, 1913

V' was blasting holes for planting citrus type than Moore's Non-Leakable. We Sell both RESOURCESLoans
fruit when the terrible accident took
place. kinds on an absolute guarantee of "your mon- and Discounts . . .. . .. .. . . . .. . $403,080.10
i. back if want it. II A good fountainpen Overdrafts .. .. .. . .. ... . .. . . ... . 362.37
At a meeting last night called ey you Stocks and Bonds . .. .. .. .. . . .. .... .. 26,018.33
Stonewall Jackson Camp, Sons by of has come to be almost a necessity to every Cash on Hand and in Banks .. .. . .. .. .. . 200,946.57
y Confederate Veterans, seventeen new business man or woman. If you have none, Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures .. . . 25,974.87

members were announced, plans start or have one that is unsatisfactory, let us
ed for a great campaign of the organization $656,382.24
show the guaranteed
in Jacksonville, and at the

: same time the matter generally em- Capital Stock ... ... .. .r .. .. .. .. .. . $100,000.00
phasized that the young men of the |W. S. BRANCH, Surplus and Undivided Profits . .. .. .. .. . 35,214.86 \
city will be called upon to assist in Deposits . . .. .. . . ... .. .. . . . .. .. 521,167.38
the entertaining of the maids of hon- TIle Arcade Book aid Music Store .
or, sponsors and other women attend- $656,382.24Deposits
ants at the twenty-fourth annual reunion -

here May 6, 7 and 8.-Times- on Dec. 31,1912 . .... . . . . . .. . $489,971.68
Union of the 27th.
IIIUMIHM Deposits on Dec. 31,1913 $521,167.38

A special from Cottondale says thatJ. Increase . .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. . . 31,195.70The
R. Bodes, for many years one of: .
the most prominent citizens of Jack. officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust
son county, killed himself at his home t. Sacrifice rrice Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and
yesterday by firing the contents of a friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement.The .
one charge of a shot gun into his left management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects
breast He was the father of SheriffP. the conservative, sane and progressive methods employed in
A. Bowles of that county. The this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and
deceased was about 80 years of age, @ strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in health.
and was known' through the county; ful statements to its patrons.

and west Florida as a man who had M. M. SMITH, PresidentW.
Several choice lots for immediate sale. Located just
befriended the and who always
poor was -
If. DAVIS, Vice-President C. E. NOLAN, CashierWE
ready to lend a helping hand in one lot off Magnolia avenue on Concord avenue. Improved
time of need. Brooding over ill
t health is said to have caused a deranged with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest
p mind.-Pensacola Note in
locations in Orlando.

Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, The Price is Right AND DO ALL KINDS OF
on Court street 12-5-t OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. A Doll's HouseOne

YOUR PRINTING of Ibsen's Strongest and Best Known Plays
t Look through desk and i if Will Be Given by the
your see
c there is not some stationery of which
Or1ffo Re m E Estate Co.Phone
you are in need. If there is, phone t Rollins School of Expression,
us at 24 and we will call, get your .
order and do the work promptly and
at the lowest' price consistent with L H. RAMSDELL | In Lyman Gymnasium, Winter Park, Wednesday, j
high grade work. It will receive our 504 Watkins BlockMltlMIMIIU OPTOMETRIST Evening, March 4th, 1914, at 8:15 o'clock.
best attention.Sentinel, Court street.
(Sacceaaor to Dr. 0. P. LUdu) ADMISSION 50 CENTS
Cuh Regii ten. Warman fixes 'em125t
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Manatee River Journal of Feb- Uneeda Biscuit Louisville Nashville R. R.

ruary, which 26, contains will be the read following in Orlando notice Nourishment-fine fla- ORLANDO O C CHAUTAUQUA A I A (} J\ i OFFERS SUPERIOR SERVICE TO

with much interest by the friends of vorpuritycrispnesswholesomeness. CINCINNATI, CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, LOUISVILLE,
Rev. T. Preston Boyd, the pastor, and All 4 INDIANAPOLIS, CLEVELAND, DETROIT, TOLEDO,

Rev. Dr. K. B. Tupper, who recently for: 5 cents, in the MARCH 1st to 9th, 1914 4 4t GRAND RAPIDS, PITTSBURG, BUFFALO.
conducted a revival at the Orlando I

Baptist church: Orlando Opera House Lv. Jacksonville ............ 8:15 pm Lv. Jacksonville ............ 8:05 pm
All of the Bradentown churches Ar. Knoxville .............12:00 n'n Ar. Montgomery ........... 8:50 am
Ar. ..............
Lexington 6:40 pm Ar. Birmingham ...........12:10 n'n
gave up their morning services Sun FORREST DARKEY. CARR, ManagerATTRACTIONS Ar. Cincinnati .............. 8:50 pm Ar. Nashville ............... 7:40 pm
day, to unite in the dedicating ser .'4e Ar. Cleveland .............. 7:15 am Ar. Evansville ............. 1:35 am
r ... .............
Ar. Detroit 7:45
: am Ar. St. Louis .............. 7:40 am
vices at the Baptist church.It Ar. Grand Rapids .......... 2:45 pm Ar. Chicago ............... 9:38 am
MRS. Ar. Louisville ............ 9:00 pm
was a typical Florida winter day, IDA B. COLE Ar. Indianapolis! ............ 7:00 am
with the sun shining gloriously, and Rogers Will Band.have charge of the C. L. S. C. Ar. Chicago ..-............. 7:10 am DIXIE FLYER

the birds carroling their sweetest GOV. J. FRANK HANLYFor DIXIE LIMITED Lv. Jacksonville ........... 8:%5 pm
four years Governor of Indiana The fastest train to the West Ar. Atlanta ............... 8:00 am
songs, as if in praise to the God of and one of the best men of Lv. Jacksonville .......... 9:35 am Ar. Chattanooga ..........12:00 n'n
the age. Ar. St. Louis .............. %:50 pm Ar. Evansville .............. 9:43
all the earth. The light shone into F? Y Ar. Chicago to.............. 6:50 pm Ar. Chicago ................ 6:50:; pm am
the church through the soft shades in PROF. WILLIS L. MOORE READERS

the large stained windows, and revealed Eighteen years Chief cf the U. Electric Lighted Trains with Through Sleepers. L. & N. Diners No Better
S. Weather Bureau. Male Dining Car Service in this Country Fast Time. Rock Ballast Na Dust or
about the pulpit and choir Robley Quartette.DR. Dirt.
room a garden like scene of growing Baronet BiscuitRound DR. C H. TYNDALL Recital.Christine Levin, Contralto in SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED is solid through train with dining cars
i coaches and s'eepers to Cincinnati through sleepers to Louisville Cleveland :
palms and ferns, with clusters of Miss. Forrest Martha Alexander, ,ViolinistMr. and Indianapolis daily and tj Grand Rapids Mondays and Thursdays. Direct
Dabney Carr ind Jessie
Y long stemmed roses, and gorgeous thin tender- SIGEL ROCSH L. Hudson Company connections to Toledo Detroit Pittsburg Buffalo.
DIXIE LIMITED and DIXIE FLYER are solid through trains to Chicago
quantities of red hibiscus. with a delightful flavor Journalist Traveler Lecturer. with coaches, dining cars, drawing room compartment and observation sleep
er through to St. Louis on Dixie Limited 5 hours
over fastest and only
The choir loft was filled with singers -appropriate_ forlunch- HOME. VON INKELSTEIN MO XT. night outMONTGOMERY ,
FORD ROUTE has sleepers through to St. Louis and
and in the pulpit were seated the daily con
and dinner.
eon, tea Will Lecture on the life and customs MUSICAL necting sleepers to Chicago.
Rev. C. W. Duke, pastor of the First 1.
cents.CRAHAM. of Holyland.DR.
Baptist church, of Tampa; Dr. Kerr xo For reservations, information, ask the Ticket Agent or address H.
CAROLYN GEISEL Rogers Bind. C. Bretney, Florida Passenger Agent, L & N. Railway,
Boyce Tupper, of Philadelphia, one HELPIfi. Gay Zenolt McLaran
Will the a coarse of most 134 West Bay Street, Jacksonville
Mr. Hal Merton Muter of Magic
of the lecturers in the
Chautauqua FUL, UP-TO-DATE LECTURES bliss Elizabeth Sheffield Allen. 2.26eod.2mELECTRIC
city, the Rev. E. A. Householder, e .n HEALTH. Reade rand Impersonator.

pastor Bradentown Methodist church;

and Dr. Preston Boyd, pastor of the

Bradentown church.In .
the large congregation'were
about eight hundred people. Orlando CURTIS & O'NEAL'S BOOK STORE Florida

4 r The splendid dedicatory sermon was Tickets on Sale, Wednesday Morning, Feb. 25th

prayer preached of by dedication Dr. C. W.was Duke offered, and the by CRACKERSA : [L[ T I VACUUM CLEANER L[ [

Dr. Tupper.The food for every day. II

special music was furnished by Crisp, tasty and ,

the Monday Music club and consistedof strengthening. Fresh ..

three choruses: "They That Sow baked and fresh de. ond& Gore" .

in Tears," "For Thee, 0 Dear, Dear livered xo cents. : your room or house
Country," and "Thine Is the King- ,

dom," from the "Holy City" (Gaul), cleaned without dust or troubleof

sung by a chorus of forty voices, accompanied FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.

by a four piece'orchestra, moving furniture .
and a solo, "Eye Hath Not Seen," -- --- *

.from "The Holy City," sung by Miss REAL VALUES LOW PRICES

Christine Farry, of Boston.

The splendid church building, which COMPARE The Pierce Electric Co. send an Ex

had been in use since the second Sun- .

day in January, had just been com- OUR FURNITURE : perienced man.

pleted with an indebtedness of a lit-

tle more than $13,000. At the spe- We provide the quality of furniture that has long :

cial collection taken up to raise this been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the : SEE THEM FOR TERMS
debt, the offering and pledges Buy biscuit baked by standard of merit. If an article is here it is good. :

amounted to $13,468.18.It It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make I

is one of the best churches in NATIONAL this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones :

south Florida and stands BISCUIT of this business, and that means much to any buyer. :
as a monu-

ment dentown.denomination to the liberality and the citizens of the of Baptist Bra COMPANYAlways look for that name I McNHLL & DAVI BLOCK___n ,- --- -- I II I: T e rl[ [ [L[ Tm I"nC I ,

A Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla. I


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Western editor remarks: "If 111111111111111111111111.Shoe ." " . ..

the world would be so unfortunate as
Repairing .
to lose me, I intend to hate it under- ;

stood before I go that the lodges to r t
by Pf.4CEL POST ElectricallyEquipped
which I.belong shall not publish reso- ;
lutions in each of the papers, nor furnish -

a copy to the bereaved family'informing Men' Half Soles, 75c to 85c .)

the public and my belovedones Ladies' Half Soles, 60e to 75c r typeface Every

that it has pleased the Allwise Children's Half Soles, sOc to 750 strikes .
the exact ;
Ruler of the universe to interfere Hand Turned Soles, '1.00 printingcenter

with my terrestrial career; that I Heels Repaired, 2c everytlae -

have, in fact, 'been removed from our All work returned in 24 hours. 1
midst.' Neither will I have a black Orders without remittance returned 0
C 0. D. We pay 1
bordered handbill distributed about 1
return postage.
town advertising my untimely leave 0L <
taking-good news travels fast Two.sisty Stuubn ModeL The, Co Smith & Bros.
Tfct frateit aotonrct* valutrtr Ball Bearing Long Wearing Typewriter
enough. And lastly, but not least, A. Hanson ehicred. 7 H.P. Twin
11*.i grief stricken relatives will con TV SM Storate Batteries sad Gotta.Browa
my East Pine Street RewDrin SpwdoMt*
19 n. pulse..... lee Cmslog far detaile deseriptios.MJAlfAI. VI for
fer a great favor by not having a ORLANDO FLORIDA : Typewriter

card of thanks signed by the family,

to the neighbors 'who so generouslyaided .illiiillliMMMMtllliiTo MOTOCYCLESFOR r the Rural Business Man !

us in the recent-unpleasant- .

ness. These customs were launchedinto THE WEST iiawqt 1914 Whether small town merchant 4
use by the best and kindest motives you are a !

'a but the fifty or more years of 60,000 brand.new red machines win go out over the Indian or a farmer, you can't afford to be withouta 1

hardship to which they have been VIASEMINOLE trails during the coming year-the greatest motorcycle production

subjected has reduced them to cold in the history of the industry. ,, typewriter. -l

stereotyped" formalities, meaningless, LIMITED ,They will flash forth fully armed with "Thirty.Eight Better Typewritten letters and bills save your time and J

useless. ments for 19141" Armed with powerful and beautiful Electrical give you a business standing you can get in no

Lv Orlando 3:13 pm Equipment! Armed with a New Standard of Value which must
The Salvation Army workers of Ar Jacksonville __________ 7:30 pm completely overturn all existing ideas of motorcycle worth. other way.'The 1
Tampa will have a new headquarters "acksonville,Fla.,A.C. 1,. 9:00 pm
building and workmen's hotel. Work Lv Waycross, Ga., A. C.L.11:1Q pm All standard Indian models for 1914 come equipped with electric L C. Smith & Bros typewriter is especially ;N

Lv Tipton, Ga., A. C. L____ 1:15 am head light, electric tail light, two sets high amperage storage bat adapted to this work because it will stand more .J
will begin as soon as the plans are Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L.____ 2:40 am teries electric signal Corbin Brown rear-drive
approved by the national office. Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 3:55 am speedometer. wear and does not require an expert operator. ?
Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20 am Top oaaaot roDy realize the 1914 Indian without thorough study of too 1914
Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga. 7:30 am Indian c.talo'It makes plain holt of ooopella|Indian facts that all motor- Anyone can learn to operate it in ,a short time.It i
FOR SALE Ala. C. of Ga.12:05 ejeloMntereited men can consider to their real profit. Send for the 1914 IadiuCatalogthe
r ,
p simple compact .
20 acres located three miles from Birmingham ,Ala.C.of G.12:05 pm most interestin roluma of motorcycle iterator,..'" era read is ball bearing throughout, ,

city on proposed brick road; eight i Ar Jackson, Tenn. I. c.____ 7:46
pm complete.1
acres bearing grove; two acres The 1914 line of Indian Motocydet cons of:
Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C._______ 9:35 pm
cleared and ten acres timber; four ,4 H.P. Single Serrieo .-........$200.01 .;
Ar Cairo, 111., I. C_________11:07 pm Mail this coupon today.L t
room cottage. Price $3,500. Ar. Carbondale, Ill., I. C.____12:13 am 7 H.P. Twin Two-TwentyFire, Regular Model .......... 225.00 .
25 acres four miles from city; ten 7 H.P. Twin Two-Sixty, Standard Model................. 268.00 C SMITH & BROS. TYPEWRITER CO. 1
acres in grove, four hundred bearing 7 H.P. Twin light Roadster ..... 260.00
orange and two hundred threeyearold Ar St. Louis, Mo., I. C._____ 7:05 am 7 H.P. TwiA Two Speed, Regular Model................ 275.00 Syracuse, N.Y. .!

grapefruit trees; twelve acres Ar Centralia, Ill., I. C_____ 1:38 am 7 H.P. Twin Two Speed, Tourist Standard Model 300.00 Please send me your free book. 1
fruit land and three acres garden 7 H.P. Twin Hendee Special Model (with Electric Starts*) 32SJO
Ar Matoon, 111., I. C._______ 3:30 am I Old.I BO!we a typewriter at pretenl.DI .
land; cottage and barn, located on Ar Champaign, 111., I. C.____ 4:29 am Pricu F.o.s. Factory
sad would like If Men alleDt l
am using a .
lake front. Price $5,000. Ar Kankakee 111. I. C._____ typewriter _
am fpecial offer to exduoge it for a w w.
70 acres choice fruit and vegetableland Ar Chicago, Ill., I. C_______ 7:50 am C. R Hilpert,' Agent. Orlando, Fla. .
; three and one-half miles from Jj
city. Price $30 per ,acre. Solid Through Trains-Composed of Yea
Five-room cottage and lot one hundred observation NOTICE P.O.i" .
compartment, drawingroom Ever Try
f our Classified Ads.u-I
by four hundred feet; located on ;
section, sleeping cars, and free
main highway leading out of city. Stare... 1
Price $2,000.Five reclining chair cars, between Jacksonville Notice is hereby given that the Cityof They have proven their worth many = a -
Orlando, Florida, will on January 1, times and will be just valuable to !
acres of bearing orange grove, and Chicago, and Jacksonvilleand as
1915, pay off with interest to that if to the
well located. Price $2,000. you put test. Let them be
140 acres overlooking a beautiful St. Louis. All meals in dining date, bonds numbered 7, 8, 9, 10, 19 your agent in:
and 20, of the City of Orlando seven Renting a house, selling
lake, one and one-fourth miles from car.For property or
railroad station and packing house; tickets and Pullman car reser per cent. bonds, issued July 1, 1892, anything on the market, finding lost
20 acres bearing orange grove con- vations, call on according to the provisions made for articles, securing help or positonsin -
fourteen redemption in said bonds. a thousand they can be used I Ii
taining hundred trees. The ways
W. R. O'NEAL Ticket ,
remaining land is high grade fruit or City Agent, Dated CARL February JANSEN 11, 1914. Cler: profitably. i_ ___ _____ _ ________ ------- in
City "
and garden soil. Price $12,000.
D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, 12-lm
2,000 acres choice fruit land, well
located. Can be had at a bargain.J. Atlantic Coast Line, Wannan Repairs and Retires Baby
E. CRAWFORD, Orlando. W. T. ENTRICAN, Carriages on Court street. 12-5-tf
Office Over Blue Drug Store, Offers to Orlando the newest and best Subscribe n for I r t tile s Selitillels

117 South Orlando Orange, Florida.Ave. Phone 404, Take your repairing to Warman on of decorating workmanship trade.in Phone the painting 636. and Now's the time to subscribe. Every

. 2-20-tf Court street. 12-5-tf 1-21-lm body's doin' it. a -.#

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- SIDELIGHTSBy HAS FINE HOGS AND At a recent meeting of the Apa-\ illlliimiMMIIIIMIMMIBItMmtllt

DAILY HAY lachicola chamber of commerce it was
( W. S. Branch) i
a South Florida SentinelMORNING "One swallow does not make a resolved that the county authorities
wished for appropriate $5,000 for the planting of
Sentinel yesterday
but often makes a fool
AND WEEKLY summer, sensible Be its friends who often ask if this is a shells to propagate the oyster Indus Dickson-Ives Co.
otherwise man.
JOSiAH FERRIS Editor and Owner an very
-- -- ware of a swallow that flies from a good section for raising hogs, for at try of Franklin county.
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando Florida House." the residence of Mr. E. H. McNeil on -
"Mail: Order
Second Class Mail Matter. Jacksonville
u Lake City
two fine Word comes
f * Lake Eola a reporter saw
TO ADVERTISERS: enrollment of new students at
is Berkshire hogs which had pust been the
Tribune authorityfor
The '
Copy for diipUy and all other band-sel Florida killed and were being dressed. Columbia college has steadily increased -
that was
advertising most be handed in at the business the statement of the
the beginning
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. the only state in the union that did These hogs were just one year old since DEPARTMENT STOREOrlando's E

the chances day before for publication.contract advertising This rule;appliesto it is not have snow last Saturday. It the: day they were killed, one weighing spring term, more than thirty having

invariable and will be strictly adhered to. may also be remarked that Florida is 320 pounds and the other 310. entered since the 5th of January.The .

union without These were fine specimens and Mr.
in the
the only
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: McNeil said that he tried,his best to board meeting of the Florida
One Year .....................?5.00 any conditions to make down cold here weather when, take, them to the fair to exhibit, but Federation of Women's Clubs was Favorite Shopping

Six Months ................... 2.50 except as it blows has I had such trouble in loading them held at the Florida State College for

Three :Months ........ .. ...... 1-23 any section This of refers the North more especially an over that he had to 'give it up.. ;I Women in Tallahassee on Tuesday
In Adrance.WEDNESDAY supply. of last week. Mrs.
the We were also shown a field which and Wednesday
of course, to what is properly
with what is William Hocker of Ocala, president of
s peninsula of Florida, which begins in had just been sown PLACE
MARCH latitude of Palatka. known as Rhodes grass; this grass this organization, presided at the
; 4,1914.y the when but While in the Capital City
C00 can be cut for hay sixty meeting.
would be days old and can be cut from ten to I i the members of the executive boardof i
and woman .
THE WEATHER Many a man '
I insulted if told in seriousness that twelve times thereafter. The grass the federation were guests of the .
very' fast and luxuriantly in department of home economics of the
have much sense asa grows
Fair and warmer Wednes- they did not as
Florida social
: tell that this section and no doubt will be college, and were shown many
But scientists us
I day, except rain in northwest por- swan. which made their stay a
extensively when the courtesies '
local rains, colder swans, eagles, and several of the largest grown more
,_ in tion.northwest.Thursday, species of birds take their mates farmers realize be obtained.Mr. what wonderful results most pleasant one. Coffibillafloll ti SMhllgs!

- for life, nothing seperates them except can NOTICE ll [

l West has captured the biological death. Men and women take .
Key and :Mrs. E. L. Rowland and Of Application for Tax Deed Under Section: 8
J. station. Just like Key West to mates and give a most solemn promise of Chapter 4888. Laws of Florida
and their friends that Mr. Theodore Codrington returned is hereby given that James F. Watkins -
before Notice
I do something like that. .. :Monday from Orlando, where they of Orlando, Fla. purchaser of part tax Many of the dainty costumes for Spring have the
-0 nothing but death shall separatethem rertificate No. 1260, dated the 4th day of
The cold wave preceded Doc Cook. but they lack both the sense spent the past ten days in charge of August,office A. D.and 1890,has has made filed application said certificate for combination effects-skirt of stripe, and waist of che-
I the mid- my
exhibit at
the Volusia county
and ruthlessly with law.
the accordance
of swans in
and honor deed to issue
and tax
Now that he has come gone may- much the following described effects in being
break their solemn vows. winter fair. They are very Said certificate embraces county que in same material, these some cases
will have Florida weather situated in Orange
be some property
I gratified over their treatment by the Florida, to-wit: South 90 feet of Lot 3, Block of
again. second addition to Orlando. The reversed. We are showing a very handsome range
: officials of the fair. Mr. Seth Woodruff 1, Patrick's i
about the airship of the
Additional facts said land being assesed at the date
i The o-are printing John that is being built to cross the Atlan. :Mr. W. R. O'Neal, Mr. Walker issuance of such certificate in the name of designs specially woven on these lines in CREPE
newspapers all other officers of the fair were unknown.
in heavy tic, are intresting. The first serious and Unless said certificate shall be redeemed according -
i N. C. Stockton's pictures of the craft will be made in very courteous and assisted them in to law, tax deed will issue thereon CLOTH, RATINES, BATISTES and LAWNS.
A. D. 1914.
black borders. This bears upon us on the 4th day of April
will every manner. Mr. Rowland returnedto official signature and seal this :
: June and the attempt at passage Witness my

lie-l gloomily. 0 probably be made in August when Orlando yesterday to complete his II the(Seal 3rd)day of March A.B.D.M.1914.ROBINSON, Fla.tiiMiMiiiimmiMitiim . Prices Range from 25c yard to $1.50Cliille

't If Burns clears up the Phagan according to' Curtiss, "the conditionsare work there.-DeLand News. Clerk Circuit Court, Orange County II II

180 of lubricate .
ideal. pounds
which Frank stands con-
a murder of I for the trip ; . . :
victed he will add brilliance to his ing oil will be required i
I; Sherlock Holmes. and 15 to 20 gallons of gasoline will I
halo as a
be consumed each hour. The ship : Cash to Loan on \

be enough to carry all :
I Here's to the Board of Trade, hop- must strong .
ing that the year before it will bring the gasoline, lubricating oil, the two .
for effective work aviators, the electric lighting appa-
J many opportunities PropertyReal
i and that it shall miss none of them. ratus, food and all other necessities. City Fr
C t e ll r
:}!;:. -----0i --- I
fresh straw-
I A noted evangelist says the new London papers quot

.f dances: are a reversion to monkeyism; berries at $7.50 to $8.00 per basket, and sold \
. Estate bought
at $1.25 pound.
' "of and peas per
the green
the recrudescence of origin
..k All wool-delicate, dainty, softly tapering,
How would like to be the straw-
be almostconvincing you
man so frequent as
i is.
berry man? * I for cash or on ? teristically Parisian-In rich tones of Burgundy; dove

1 0
1 The courts have upheld the constitutionality No doubt Tampa could have secured J gray, heliotrope, Saxe blue, Egyptian gold and MarechalNeil

Lt' of the blue sky law in pledges to pay four thousand deficit
Kansas. Florida has the same law, much easier before Gasparilln Dr. A. J. T A Y OR Rose .

but it hasn't begun to operate yet. Carnival, than they can raise it 44-INCHES VIDE

I o now, but they are not known as re- Rock Building, Upstairs.ttttUtltmiSBIHtilUMMMMMMtHillliltltltiilt.

The Apalachicola chamber of commerce pudiators and. money will come. To

;' has petitioned the county commissioners some it is like "paying for a dead Special Price $1.25
of Franklin to appropriatefive horse," but if the horse won the race - _

l thousand dollars for oyster plant- before he died, he is worth payingfor. t..J..1

the waters is comingto Gasparilla was a' sure winner
ing. Farming R. L FOX
J be recognized with due importance and broke all previous records. A. Y. FULLER
t e 4

is: in Florida. o Don't think for a moment that the THE PALMS AUTO CO

the advocating The home Florida printers the giving Metropolis has been of printing going editorial the to newly Orlando, is elected not Board an president of undertaker Trade, is Seth dead.Neither Woodruff The I REO MOTOR CARS Si Polllard F r Pallerils P .

Bradshaw and Secretary
do ex-President
There is I
rounds no disagreement of the newspapers.among printers on Howard spend their time and For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a ,

that question. The merchant who efforts on lifeless enterprises. Havea full stock of supplies and accessories. ,Have a good force, +
for his smile and a check written out when Truly a magnificent, assortment, embracing as it
'sends out of the state. ,printing men. All our work is absolutely ,
the ,committee comes around solicit of competent repair
with the who .
is on a par man much in
: funds does the newel'and prettiest floral effects so
for his bacon. tag a advertising cam
I sends to Chicago ecLTHE
paign. The advertising of any public guarant
f demand., ,,
The Punta Gorda Herald is in favor or private enterprise, is not an expense.

Y of introducing the old fashioned spelling It is an investment that pays ..

;; match in the schools, saying that many hundred per cent returns. The AUTO CO

the editor method orthography present of of the teaching deplorable is Herald due to nowadays.has the ignorance evidentlynot slipshod The of Board ell-Duckworth,interesting of Trade formal needs announcement opening$1,500 quick.An ,Thurs-Yow-. FULLER PALMS& FOX, Pr prietors. W ateEpreef t r and ll Spot J t Prool 1

heard about the big spelling bee day next 4-1 -:: r

held in Orlando recently. That event

was approached by spelling bees in Or grand colorings of tan taupe, dove gray, laven-

every school in every county of the
four which sent contestants. It wasa der, old rose, wine, tabac, cinnamon, seal, navy, and

beneficial affair, and there shouldbe black.


o .. No two designs or coloringslorings alike

k, , Thomas J. Appleyard, of Tallahassee ODD PIECES ..:: Specially Priced '" 7 3

state printer, was a visitorin $ I. **
the city yesterday on his way home are so uselul when it comes to setting the table attractively { The Dress Length

from a recent visit in Richmond, Va., ; We can offer you innumerable suggestions .

attending the convention there of the y" in ...
committees of the National Educa- ,

tional association and later visiting Beautiful Gut Glass ,
"' in Washington, D. C. e

While in the national capital, Col. that will give your table an air of elegance and refinement ,,\.

Appleyard had an interview with .. : and add prestige to your reputation as a
Vice-President Thomas R. Marshalland ", Mail Order artment
induced the vice-president to visit ;" hostess. ,II. ur r e
: the value of -
a Florida and address the Florida Every housekeeper knows spotless ...
} State '''Press association at its annual linen gleaming silver sparkling glass. Dainty '
meeting, to be held April 22 and 23, .,4 service is of greater importance than good cooking.LHIvans ; Is a great help to our out-of-town customers, make
:: .,
in Fort Myers. ,, whenever can. Samples or information I
#, It is expected that Congressman ',. . $ use of it you

Sparkman and probably other national .. cheerfully given. We prepay all,charges. ; ;
figures will come with the vice-
president and attend the meeting, at Write for one of our illustrated mail order catalogues 'i

there will also be Gov.
which present values.
We invite comparison
Trammell, of Florida, and the mem- -
# bers of his cabinet.

At the close of the meeting of the

Florida State Press association the

Florida editors and their honored
the JewelerOPPOSITE
guests will go on a trip up the Caloo-

sahatchee river, across Lake Okee- I ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

chobee and through the drainage ca-
nals to Miami, also paying a visit to POSTOFFICE r- '-,

Palm Beach, thus giving VicePresident Oiange Aye Orlandn

Marshall and the members of .

the party the chance to inspect the EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

drainage work done in the Everglades IIIIMMMItmttllimillMHfrtfTHE

r by the state.-Times-Union of Tues- -

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Pure Candy is More Than a 8 FAVORITE THEATRE I of the(coming Continued summer from,page but certainly 1) 0 ;]

not earlier. If it should not come so

Mere Pleasure. Here's Why.Of i Open9a.m.to10:30P.M.I soon it is interesting to know that .

| Orlando possesses the required facili-

I Admission 5 cents | ties for such a thing when the town
course, hundreds of people all over the country OD .
IfV *4V 4 HW ft S MTV/I tBt\/I V.
<-'>( <-' ) grows sufficiently to make such a
eat Candy just because they like Candy. just to PROGRAMRex. venture a paying enterprise. Thereis

f satisfy that desire for something sweet--and you also "The Diamond Makers." A capacity for eight hundred peopleon

have done the same thing many times. big 2-reel detective drama, featuring the roof, and the view from that

Margareta Fischer and Bob Leonard, elevation is intensely pleasing. Some .

If we can convince you that pure candy is in which Bob plays the detective. adequate idea of the extent and com-

healthful-is really beneficial from a food ,stand. Powers. "The Pearl of the West. pact build of the town may be gained ,

A burlesque. from this point, and it is worth a r J
point, why then you'll realize that your money is well trip to the top of the building just /

spent when you buy Candy from our large assort- BROWN-DUKE for this. The roof garden idea has r

ment. been expressly provided for, and it

will be carried to consummation be-
Married, March 3rd, 1914, by Rev.R. 1J
fore long. As a summer attraction it
P. Cobb, Mrs. Lida M. Brown, of
would likely be the most popular re-
Oconomowoc, Wis., to Buford K.

Duke, of Orlando, Fla. At home at sort.The
BUTT'S KANDY KITCHEN[ invitations to the opening to-
Duke Hall after March 9th. If lOU want a watch tHat you
morrow read for "yourself family be
This announcement will be of much can proud of-carI'Y. a
and friends and it is safe to
pre. D
interest to the friends of the abovementioned D
dict that there will be few who do WalthamWatchThe
I The home of pure home-made Candies couple, both of whom are
not visit the store time
some duringthe
well known in Orlando. Mrs. Brown Waltham has been awarded

Avenue has spent the past two seasons as a day. The souvenirs promised for highest honors at every International
Orange the ladies may afford some attrac Exposition and has taken
guest at Duke Hall, and the groomis
tion, but the card will be the
a' popular Orlando boy. The cere- drawing every Gold Medal offered in
beautiful new store with its interior America since 1875.
miilMMMMIIMMM MMIIMMMIH mony took place at the Cathedral
dressings of beautiful'new
school, the only attendants being the goods. "Us Time You Owed a Wt t1iam.M

bride's daughter, Miss Winifred Don't buy a watch before Ulk-
UNITY CIRCLE ing with us. Complete
Brown, who is a student of that in- Yowell-Duckworth big departmentstore of \\thhaaatchet la all

WADE stitution, and Miss Hallie Fernandez.Mr. will present a lively appearance grades.
Unity Circle this afternoon at 3
and Mrs. Duke left on the Thursday. 4t1- "
THE TUNER o'clock. Miss Emma l ai-
Paper by \ Allen & Co.
ORLANDO FLA. afternoon train for a short tour of .
ner on "My Little Sister, by Eliza- ,
the southern portion of the state. FOR RENT Elegant furnished
beth Robins. rooms for light housekeeping. 406 JEWELERS '

All are cordially invited to this East Pine street. 2-4-6t
Note the date, Yowell-Duckworth meeting. Everything Guaranteed.

670 lineal feet. Any offer consid Reliable Repairing.
Washington, March 3.-Inquiry of ered. Must be moved. Dr. A. B.
W. Starbuck, of Boston, Whitman.
Mr. Theo. Col. George W. Goethals, chairmanof 2-4-tf
Mass., is among the guests at the The Orlando Country Club will the Panama canal commission, whois
San Juan. visit the Golf club at Eustis on Thurs FOR SALE-Upright Schaffer piano, -
now here, establishes that dispatches -
elegant mahogany case and bench
day of this week. All members are ;
-, dated Panama on or about Febru- at a bargain. Must sell at once.
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Schaffer, of invited and car owners are requestedto ary 9 last, stating that W. F. Ship Party going North. Apply 412 North .
be-'at Guernsey's corner at 7 Obz .xdn
Pittsburg, were among yesterday's ley, chief clerk of the subsistence Orange averue. 3-4-3t } 1:10. u
o'clock sharp ready for the start. AJbMMHtllilMMMH
arrivals in Orlando. department, had been suspended on
LOST-A gold flat knot breastpin, .
grounds of incompetency, were erro-
MONTHLY DANCE AT COUNTRY a little blue enamel on front. Valuedas ) .MMMI ,nf. IIIMMtMltMMtHli.
Capt. T. R. Kerr, of Pittsburg, arrived neous.
CLUB TONIGHT a family piece. Finder please return -
in Orlando yesterday on a visit. Col. Goethals says Mr. Shipley was ..
t I to Mrs. Negus, New Lucerne
He is registered at the San Juan. not suspended at that time or at any *
The regular monthly dance will be hotel. Reward. It
time since. lie also speaks of Mr.
given at the Country Club tonight.The .
Mr. and. Mrs. Wm. P. Lukens, of Shipley as an entirely competent offi-
Grand orchestra will make the LOST Medium sized bay mare;
Gainesville, are among the prominent music and refreshments will be cial and says he is now satisfactorily strayed away from place yester- rir Inurn
Floridians spending today in Orlando. discharging the important duties of day. Any information of same please
served. The committee in charge'ismaking
chief clerk of the subsistence depart- notify police headquarters. 3-4-3t
arrangements for a large at-
Each lady attending the Yowell- ment of the canal. It appears that
tendance. NOTICE
J( Duckworth opening Thursday will receive Mr. Shipley had spoken of resigningin .

a very pretty souvenir. 4-lt order to accept a business position
I .
\ PEACE SOCIETY Any ladies who are members of the -
which had been offered him, and this
Order of the Eastern Star, or
Mr. J. W. Rankin, of Martin, Tenn., may have given rise to the other any
Members of the Orlando Peace society ladies who are eligible to become s.AT.A. '
arrived in Orlando yesterday and will statements in reference to him.
members of the Order of the Eastern .. >
and all others interested in the
spend a few days on a mission of bus Col. Goethals also entirely exoner- 3
of the cessation Star who are interested in organizing -
subject of interna-
iness and pleasure.W. ates Mr. Shipley from any connectionwith }
tional wars will do well to hear Gov. the alleged transactions which a chapter in Orlando, 1 would be

N. Hurd, ,wife and'father, T. J. Hanly tonight at the Chautauqua at led' to the suspension of John Burke, glad to have you communicate with Phone 172HtHMIIIIilMIMilMIMIMIiHIIIMIHMMIillllini.

8' o'clock. His will be "The me. ...
Northrup; of Bridgeport, Conn., arrived manager of the commissary committee.
Monday. Mr. Hurd owns valu World Disarmed," and the Chautauqua MRS. FRANK SOPER, .

managers speak of his lecture as 3-3-3t 24 Church street.
,able property in Orlando. .
being "one of the great features 'of THIRTEEN MISTAKES IN LIFE.
the Good music is promised at the t.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Graves, of Chi- program. HlhllllMiiiilllHMMIMiMHItlMIHMMMIHIil
Yowell-Duckworth opening, Thurs-
cago, arrived in Orlando yesterdayand Here is what Presiding Judge P.

are pleasantly quartered at the I KNIGHTS.TEMrLAR WILL HAVE J McCormick has announced as the day. 4-lt Comb

San Juan for an indefinite sojourn. CONCLAVE MARCH 12 "Thirteen Mistakes of Life All'pe'rsons desiring information Honey ,

i "To attempt.,to'set.. up your own
relative to the Orlando Mutual B. &
I Mr. and Mrs. ';W. L. Bateman and Olivette Commandery No. 4, standard of right and wrong."

Mrs. J. 0. Nield have arrived in Or- Knights Templar, will'give a supper : "To try to measure the enjoymentof L..association,may phone No. 115, or Could only secure a small amount. 'Send

lando from Newport, R.; L, and expect Thursday March; .12, at 6 odock! p.m. -others by your own." the call Citrus on Mr.Rooms Ellerbe, the the manager People'sNational in us your order before it is gone.
?to spend some time in this section. The. following! ladies_will act.as committee -*I "To expect uniformity of opinionsin bank. The permanent officeof.
in Charge: Mrs. L. .A. Spencer this world."

Mr. C. H. Griffith, the traveling Mrs. Joseph Dawson, Mrs. Chas. "To fail to make allowance for in- the secretary, and treasurer will be Fresh Tomatoes ..
on the first floor and centrally located -
Lord Mrs. Bliss Mrs. DeWitt Miller "
'representative of the Mergenthaler experience.
but ,this location has been .
Linotype company, with headquartersin and Mrs. Geo. McCulloch. .At this Grandpop Bibttns kin remember decided, not Shipment received daily ' ; :

New Orleans, is in the city today. conclave eight candidates from Kissimmca back to the time when men wore pa- upon yet

and one from Winter Garden per collars, but he cannot remember -

Mrs. J. ,F. Van Vorhees, arrived ,in will H 'initiated in. the Red Cross. when he ever saw a clean one. DRESSMAKINGMiss Cider Vinegar 4 .

Orlando yesterday from Greenville, w UACTION It is a durned poor statute that /
Lendrum has .
Ohio, and expects to spend _some time EXPECTED SOON ON can't be interpreted five or six diff- dressmaking parlors at, 210 Patrick In bulk or bottle. '" >

enjoying Florida's' sunshine. She is WOMAN SUFFRAGE "To endeavor to mold all disposi
street She solicits your, patronage. .
registered at the San Juan. tions alike.
Pleating a specialty. 3-3-3t
f Washington, .March 3.-Action by "Not to yield in unimportant tri
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Moser and the senate within a few days on' the fles." .
Eat what want SANITARY
you THE
daughters, Misses Jessie B. and Joan proposed woman suffrage constitu "To look for perfection in our own Eat all you want.

Moser, arrived yesterday from Bos- tional amendment seemed assured last actions. Take a postscript and forget it.

ton, Mass. This is their fifth seasonin night after a day of debate during "To worry ourselves and others For sale by all durggists. CARUTHERS & GORE

Orlando and as usual they are which the measure was made the about what cannot be remedied.' l-7-d&w-lyr J

making their home at the San Juan. I "unfinished business." An, immediatevote "Not to help everybody, wherever, Phone 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street <
Advertising pays-especially in the
seemed imminent at one time however and whenever we can." ,
Sentinel want columns.OSTEOPATHY.
Mr. and Mrs. John Coburn, of Mar- when there was a chorus demanding "To consider anything impossiblethat

shaltown, Iowa, arrived in Orlando a roll call, but Senator Shafroth and we cannot ourselves perform." CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.IHISIIIMIIMHmtiMMMMMMMMIIMI. i

yesterday and will spend several days others held up the vote to continue "To believe only what our finite
"" "
here. They have been traveling ex- debate. minds can gras .' 1

tensively through the state and will Senator Shafroth, in accord to the "Not to make allowance for the DR. J. C .HOWELL :

probably,stop here until the time arrives demand, drew forth hostile inquiry weakness of others." Hours, 10.12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo t

i to return North. from Senators Bryan and Martine. "To estimate.by some outside qual- extra charge for house treatment ONE 1913

Senators Clark, of Wyoming, and ity when it is that within which Telephone connections

Mr. and Mrs. E. Ware, Mrs. Cath- Works expressed doubt as to the pro- makes the man.-"The New York Office cor. Orange and Central Ares. Car
Hudson Touring
------ -- -- -- -- -- -
erine Simpson and Mrs. L. B. Fuller priety of the federal government American. - j

and daughter, Miss Annie, who have forcing equal suffrage upon states LUTHER THE FLORISTCut DRIVEN MILES
been spending a couple of months I that did not desire such. Senator I would not miss the Yowell-Duck- Flowers

very delightfully in Orlando, will depart Borah declared the amendment should worth opening Thursday, if I were

today for their home in'Rock- I not be adopted if,it were not to be you. 4-lt ROSES. VIOLETS.. ABSOLUTELY PERFECT CONDITION )

ford, Ill. They will return next sea enforced in the Southern states. He
son. quoted speeches to show that the proponents LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN '
of the amendments had con- While in Chattanooga take "Dixie"or POTTED PLANTS .

., DEATH OF J. P. THAMES tended it would not interfere with "News" sightseeing automobiles i

the "grandfather clauses," disfran- for Lookout Mountain, Point Park, $1400

Mrs. M. E. Weeks received the sad chising negroes in Southern states. Chickamauga battlefield, Missionary Good Wood $1.50 I I :

of her brother's death Mr. J. P. :
news Ridge and historical points. For reservations Bitter Wood $2 and$2.25
Thames, of Fayetteville, N. C. She FREE DEMONSTRATIONAn address 910 Market street.

left last night on the midnight trainso 0-Cedar Polish Mop demonstration 3-3-Apr.23 Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75 San Juan Garage Co. .;
to be at the funeral
as present ,
will be held all this week at the
which will take place on Thursday.TEN hardware store of the Joseph Bumby AN ATTRACTIVE PLACE This won't last long,

Hardware company. The ladies of Twenty-acre farm; 10 acres cleared; Stock up while you can. All Night Service 7
YEARS IN ORLANDO six of it in grove; fruit netted over "
the city are invited to call and see
Chiropodist for both men and wo $1,000 this year; three acres good .l.iI'...
men. Manicure, pedicure, face and this mop in use. 4-St muck land; good spring of water and Orlando Wood Yard lr
scalp massage. Feet a specialty. L. running brook; six room house in AJAX TIRES don't cost any more and are guaranteed j.

J. Mustard, 117 Orange avenue, over Eat what you want good road 2 condition miles ,from barn,town.etc. On Address clay 104 W. Pine St. for five thousand miles. 1
Curtis & O'Neal's store. 2-6-1m Eat all you want "
Box "B Sentinel 2-28-6t .
Take a postscript and forget it. B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor

Get the Sentinel want ad. habit. For sale by all druggists. "-
l-T-d&w-lyr Sentinel want 'ads. get results.

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I 160-acre farm in southern Kansas, Bargain for Some Person
In reviewing the success of the:I last night's meeting of the half under plow, balance pasture; all'', New house in good repair, paintedand 1
Ifv Gasparilla carnival and the great! Board of 'Trade Mr. S. A. Johnson MUNNIMAKERS fenced; best of soft water within 15 papered; piazza and one screened. Is when you want business. The

0 good which it does for Tampa, we I made his report as treasurer of the I Notices of to 20 feet of surface; house and 2 Five acres in the lot Young orange place to advertise a retail business ism
I I Lost Wanted For Sale For wells, wind mill; close to good school and grapefruit of 325 trees
; grove the
can not be unmindful of the valuable county division fight. He reported Rent etc for this column 2Sc for one day newspapers.In
I EOc for three days, or $1.00 for one week for six miles of county seat and two oth- just coming into bearing. 100 peach
; services rendered by the president of i i $84.84 on hand. Upon vote $15 was i 25 words or less. Money must accompany er railroad towns; title perfect Wm.| trees, 8 Japanese persimmon trees, Orlando the Sentinel reaches up-
the carnival association, William C. ordered refunded to Mr. G. J. Strozierof r the advertisements fer this column as no L. Coryell, 201 Concord avenue, Or-i, roses and shrubs in front yard. Good ward of 5,000 readers every day. Do
t Temple.It Winter Garden and the balance to insertions will be made on credit. lando. 2-25-lw' water. Situated on clay road to Pine you want their business?

$1,000 Buys a five-room house and DASHEENS. Castle, near Drennen Station. Also Then use the Sentinel
x is not often that a city succeedsin the citizens of Oviedo. I Sure re
lot within one block of Lake Eola. The South's substitute for the Irfsh 10 acres on the clay, road, suitable sults. Write call
obtaining the consent of a man nota See Frank Soper, Room 3, McNeill & potato. Very productive. More j for orange and grapefruit trees or or phone 24, forparticulars. 1

a citizen to take charge of such a "WANT AD. WAY"Is Davis Bldg. 2-18-10t yields up to 500 bushels per acre. Endorsed gardening. Any one wanting a Flor- .
without for results. by the Agricultural Department ida home will do well to call at "Mas-
large enterprise, remunera a sure way The little 1 "
FOR SALE-Bicycle for sale, or will Washington, D. C. Now is the sachusetts Villa. W. T. ENTRICAX,
tion, and it is only a man of the type advertisements that cry your needs to I A.
exchange for second hand buggy. time to plant. For seed apply to D. TURNER.
of Mr. Temple who is sufficiently the multitudes, and bring results, no :M. W. Heatherington, R. F. D. No. 2, 'P. F. LAUBACH, ideas Painter and and old interior ones, too.decorator.Fhone New 636.

T public spirited and sufficiently matter what thing or man or opportu- Orlando. 2-22-14 Orlando, Fla. For the news, read The Sentinel Expert workmen employed.

equipped to accept such a charge. nity you seek. Merchants find them FOR SALE
r"" Mr. Temple, fortunately for Tampa, effective as business getters, and use I An elegant modern home; four bed- FOR RENT ttIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIOIIIIIIIIIIII..IIIII.The .

takes pride in such things, and he is them regularly. People in all the rooms; two bath rooms; gas and elec-
a man whose time is entirely his own. : walks of life use and read them. tricity throughout; fruit trees and FOR RENT FURNISHED-A pleasant -
II 4 bed room, three blocks from
flowers. 509 East Central
When he was suggested as general Just try a Sentinel want ad. to- 2-15-tf avenue. court house. No children. Apply at II Altamonte

manager' of the carnival, it was not morrow-you will be pleased with the the Woman's Exchange. 2-27-tf

regarded as at all probable that he results. FOR SALE-Bargains in improvedand
unimproved land. See S. S. FOR RENT-5-room house, partly I ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, FLORIDA.
could be induced to accept. But he
Bowman, East Taft, Fla. 2-26-wlm furnished. See Frank Soper, Room
I A beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlandoor A. C.
did. The remarkably successful man- 13, McNeill & Davis Bldg. 2.18-lOt L.
ner in which he directed the affair, CHADWICK'S SPECIAL SALE FOR SALE-600 acres of high grade I R.R.) Come out and getthe best dinner served In Inte-

t with all its tedious and perplexing LASTING 30 DAYS and citrus Oakland land; 2 brick miles road facing, and Orlando 21-2 ', RENT Large attractive room rior Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the

details, is the talk of the day in Tam No- 1-10 acres, 21-2 miles south- I miles on lake shore. S. S. Griffin, in new bungalow. 203 Ridgewood most beautiful and healthful location In Florida, on
east of city, on hard road, all improved Orlando, Fla. avenue. 2-4 tf high ridge between two lovely lakes, 40 acres in parks.
t pa-and this city will never be able
175 budded
; orange and grapefruit Golf Tennis Bowling Billiards
Fishing, Shooting, etc.
I to the debt of gratitude it trees
pay owes just coming into bearing;
Hotel has 500 feet broad piazza. All modeen
to him for his devoted efforts in its 7-room house; the land is of the best HHIMMimMIIMItlllllMIIIIMIillliMMMttMH Improve-
ti behalf. No. 2-Two 3-acre young groves inside ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests.
of city, nicely situated to divide Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet.
His assistants, of course, share in into home lots.

the credit, but a head was needed and No. 3-13 acres, 8 acres with broom See Corner

without such a man as Mr. Templeas house and 200 bearing grove; i
that head, the carnival would have the 5 acres is garden land divided in ProprietorsSummer
acre lots and recorded.No. .
x lacked many of its notable features. 4-5 acres east between Amelia Lake and Anderson ( Resort"The Grand," Mount Vernon, N. H.

That the program was carried out and Concord avenues, just over city MMMIMMItitlMMIHtlttmiHimiiMmiMIIIII
- in detail and that featurewas limit line; a part of it to bearing
every every
: grove and grapery; a fine 8-room ___ _ __ _
produced as advertised shows house and other
buildings. This is a
how careful and far-seeing was Mr. rare bargain to get a city home just t

F Temple's management No visitor over the city line. Give this your at- ,

ti could complain that he had been tention.No. ,
5-40 acres, 20 improved with MILLINERY OPENING POSTPONED
brought here under false pretenses. I.500 choice bearing orange trees, south

=, There was no misrepresentation, no side of lake, near Altamonte Springs;
faking.The fine bungalow of 8 rooms; also 4-room
cottage furnished beautiful lawn FOR SALE FOR RENT-Large, well furnished Wednesday ThursdayMarch
Tribune ; and
W. C.
regrets to wishing suburban
shade; tennis court (cement); the Six hundred acres timber land, and room persons
Temple is not a citizen of Tampa; show I accommodations; also 2 acres good
place of the South, known as ten acre orange grove, with two milesof 4th and 5th
truck land close in. Good
but we,may overcome that difficulty the Foss Grove. On account of the lake shore, near Winter Garden, opportu-
s if he will permit himself to be bor- death of Mr. Foss, Mrs. Foss can no one of the greatest trucking and nity for right person. Address. "A,

rowed whenever Tampa needs him to I longer attend to the estate. This citrus centers of Florida. The orange Sentinel 9-8tf The public cordially invited.
means sell it will interest the whole
direct crop pay on HOUSE FOR RENT-Six rooms,
some important project-Tam- No.6-Several nice homes, close to investment Terms. S. S. Griffin, modern; located at 311 N. Orange
pa Tribune. j Lake Eola, and other parts of the Orlando Fla. 2-5
city. owner, avenue. Call at 311 N. Orange ave-
i Also choice lots, close in. nue. 2-24-tf USSESlAHLTMf I & DUNN r ,
fi7 If you want to buy for home or in- ,
t JUKE CROWN GIVEN HANDSOME FOR SALE-At a bargan, if takenat
vestment I am a leader along these once:' One two-chair barber THE ST. JAMES, 308 West street 9
RING BY ASSOCIATES lines. Call or phone and make date shop, known as the "0. K.," at 203 Rooms, $3.50 to $5.00 per week.
i for investigations.Open Boone street, doing good business; Large verandas. Everything new

Sanford, Fla., March 2.-Mike I I 19 W.evenings.Church St-Phaje 398 10 acres good land just outside city and modern. 2-22-lw Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's

Crown, former assistant superintendent -I limits, 125 bearing orange trees, MISCELLANEOUS
' grapefruit, tangerines, mandarines,
of the Jacksonville terminals of WOOD, COAL AND
ICE and two large pecan trees; four room Patterns .
the Atlantic Coast Line railway, was Wood, |1.50 a strand up. Hand'sCoal house, new barn, good horse and rig,
> the recipient of honors here Sunday Yard,phone 566. farming implements. This place is WANTED-Ladies to bring those ,
931tf:1"IIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIII't combings to us. Don't destroy I
located Clear lake. Owner
afternoon,at the hands near
of his
them. We will make what want.
w sell on account of health. Address I you MM 11 Illitl IMMIIIIIIIIIII**
atlitlitiM Illl
; railroad associates. Mr. Crown, who Hugh S. Miller, Orlando, or call at Come and see our stock and examine ,:
was connected with the Atlantic CoastLine : 203 Boone street 2-25-tf our work. We invite inspection. If
3 I you haven't the hair we supply it : Real Estate Agents, Investors and Homeseekers
railway for
twenty years, was I Our stock is We make
genuine. everything I
presented with a diamond ring | ForSalelModern ; t !
emblematic one who likes children. References to order. Will pay cash for ATTENTION

of the thirty-second degreeof I II required. Call evenings. A. F. Wood, combings. Nickolas & Nickolas, 305 :
Masonry. The gift 'represented I 8 W. Livingston avenue. 2-28-3t Garland avenue. ,2-19-dw-lm I I I offer for $1,900 two-story, six-room cottage, with

contributions from every department LOST-United Commercial Travelers : rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, north.

4 of the railroad, as well as several admiring 8-room LOST-Cameo breastpin with scal- Past Commander's emblem; crescent I Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also
k friends from the loped gold band. Leave at this shape, white and gold. Return II oil finish double verandas. Special
outside. six bungalow ,
House 2 doors office and receive reward. 2-28-3t I to this office and get reward. R. B. -room ;
The presentation speech was made I Phillips. : heating and bath room facilities.' Large, roomy base-
i'. by Conductor J. A. Ratliffe, who west of Wyoming FOR SALE 1---W. T. ENTRICAN, : ment, wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or

poke of Mr. Crown's abilities as a Farm of twenty acres, about ,ten Ilakes a specialty of painting, papering I furnace Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery-

presiding officer, and of the esteem Hotel. Bar. acres cleared, about seven acres cul- refinishing floors, furniture, etc. : House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These

in which he is held by the men who tivated. 21-2 miles west of TaftP. Phone 636.. 1-21-lm I lots connect at the corners, with rose house between. I
0., near Lake Davis. Good wire
gain.A. commission.offer .
came under his supervision. the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's
fence on three sides. Small new Sentinel "wants" fill your wants.If :
house and well About 15,000 feet of I Open to all.
p Robert M., Meyer, president of the saw timber. Land all dry and suit- II I
able for trucking citrus fruit Am you've got something you don'twant I '
: or COY
company owning the L. E. N.
Seminole Hotel J Bentley, too old to work it and will sell at a trade with somebody who's got :
in Jacksonville, was in Tampa investigating bargain. Owner, Box 137 Taft Fla.
what you want and wants what : J07 West St., NorthOrlaBIo(
conditions with 10 E. 2-27-lm-d&w
a to buld- AVENUEiiMiiiiMiimmiiMM you've got-through the medium of :
ing a modern hotel in Telephone the Sentinel
Tampa. your news Sentinel "wants." I *"*
items. It will be appreciated. .
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8 EMPIRE HOTEL a Today's Program

100 Rooms AMERICAN OR EUROPEAN New and Modern Andrew Carnegie, Billie Burke Mayor Mitchel of
Electric Ek .toI'-Ste.t1J Heat, Bath$-Hot and Cold Water in Each Room New York, District Attorney Whitman. These are

but a few of the "real
p / Cut Rates to January .1 I i. 1 191 15 people" shown meeting

Rooms cone) $1.00 per&y. Rooms (two) SI.50 per day. Meals, 50c. "Our Mutual Girl"The
$6 00 per week. $8.00 per week. Meals by the week,58.50.
520.00 per month. $30.03 per month. Board and Room by the

month, $50.00.Orlando. first reel of this wonderful picture will be shown at

J. B. MAGRUDER, Prop. Fla. The Lucerne Today.

Also the return of Helen Redmond, a. two reel

American feature


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A MAN I CHARACTER READING. j hope I shall meet that cat in
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is said
Foolish spending is the father of have ex- City Homes For Sale
I Reading character from after reading the account of
poverty. Do not be ashamed of hard ing is an old endeavor.But cat who rushed through .
work. Work for the best salaries or flames THE
) the reading of business and stifling smoke to $3300 Modern seven-room house, MARKET
wages you can get, but work for half acter from of her kittens, three of which she NEW.. Two screened porches,
price rather than be idle. Be your a I Corner lot. Well scr ned. Elec- .
perishing, however
own master, and do not let society or is far more interesting and to in her I tric 'fixtures, gas range, and Of Cleanliness
Just glance over in this news save the fourth. Let a shades to all windows. Close in. Of QualityFRESH
fashion swallow up your individualityhat the advertisements of the learn to know you sufficiently A genuine bargain. I
coat and boots. Do not eat up whose places you know. to lose its sense of fear, and it $3300 Within one block of Lake Lu- AND SALT
or wear out all you earn. Compel into as companionable cerne. Fine modern home seven MEATS
selfish body to somethingfor Does not the merchant a rooms. FURNISHED. Lot
your spare as it is 60x
possible for FISH
dumb AND
store character into his a 310-29 choice budded GAME
profits saved. Be stingy ,to your to become. four-year-
own appetite, but merciful to others' Is it not possible to form a I old Rhode trees.Island God Red garden.chickens Fifty fine included Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
necessities. Help others, and ask no good idea of the store from the in sale. Do not overlook
help for yourself. See that you are ner in which it makes its Atchison woman with a "liter this.$3750Conpleteiy. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
proud. Let your pride be of the right ments in the newspapers bug" has had her manuscript re* furnished home. and pure.
kind. Be too proud to be lazy; too Merchants are coming to so many times that she has an Modern in every respect. Rented

proud to give up without conqueringevery more and more that when they full of editors' names which month.till November Income is 1st 19 per at $60 cent per on We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

difficulty; too proud to wear a an advertisement they are signed to the rejection slips. the investment and you will havea everything in the Meat Line
coat you can not afford to buy; too a business portrait of prizes the album of autographs home next winter when you
proud to be in company that you cannot indicating their business her dearest possessions. want it.$1750Onehalf.

keep' up with expense; too proudto They are more careful in cerne. Modern block from seven-room Lake Lu- | The PARLOR MARKETH.

lie, or steal, or cheat; too proudto statements, more modest in their I house. Lot 68x332. Choice bud
be stingy.-Ex. ded fruit. Exclusive
guage, and pay more attention neighbor
pograhy and illustration. Dr. BucKmaster hood. M. Self & Co.
In these days of deep snow and cold .
Advertising will be prepared -
weather it is pleasant to be remembered -
year even more carefully than Cooper Ash I PINE STREET
by your more fortunate friends Physician
before and there will be more

who week are I wintering received from in the Hon.South.W.Last D. And by the same token it is 132 Orange Avenue 114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor .Phone No. 80
to be more interesting and III
Gorsline, who is wintering at Orlando to the readers. \ door to People's Bank, Phone No. 311 4liiMMM.mMliillltllMMiMIMIMMMIiiMiHI; *
;-'Florida, a bunch of spring flow The 12tf"I Acute and chron *.
interesting store's
ers plucked in the sunny south. Mr.
diseases treated.Telephone .
Gorsline has been going south for a i ments are interesting. And M, .
number of years. He certanly madeno I know, this city has some very 578. ifHMilHtttllMliimiHMMIMttMIIM*

mistake when he emigrated this esting stores

year, for were he home up in Columbia I
he would find climatic conditions Down in the Sunny Southland;

most disagreeable, with snow drifts advance guard of the bigleague I W. M. SLEMONS H
several feet higher than the rosebushes players are pulling off

in Orlando.-Herkimer (N. games-an indication that the u rerne Auto ml \
Y.) Citizen. ball season is only a few weeks

tant, notwithstanding the fact

S The automobile is coming into such here in Butler we are reveling The oil that has New Goods Arriving DailyWe
general use that any advice to its delights of zero weather and

1 users is of general interest. A great deep snow.Butler (Pa.) Times.A stood the supreme

many people, in cranking their cars,
strain their back or "drop a stitch," little "Campaign" of Want test

and if this is once started it usually vertising in The Sentinel will

happens more easily another time en and cheapen your search THAT --

The Medical Journal suggests that in buyer. A man who wants to sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

cranking, keep the back straight, like horse, or vehicle; or used f
made by Schloss Bros of Baltimore.
"the oarsman's back." "King Quality" Shoes.
Bend from the machinery or office furniture ) ulf asoline
hips, snapping the crank over by the man who wants to buy a Oo Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
straightening at knee and hip, but do is eager to find the best possible ;
not'bend at the middle, or the waist gain. Your advertisement, if Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co. j

line. have something to sell, will & Co. Best place in the dty to trade.
readers awaiting it who want .,

The fair at Orlando, which wasp a -and who will investigate your P. G. WALTON
great success, and in which four if it looks at all feasible. l Agt.

counties,P 1icipated, is another re-
mm er that\DeSoto county should Ladies' hair dressing, PHONES 450-269 W. M. SLEMONS
pull off one ol these great stunts. If shampoo, electric drier. Gem '
Lee and Polk would join and make it Shop.
a tri-county affair, so much the bet
ter.-Zolfo Springs Truth.
the West and NorthwestVIA " " " ,, ,...

There's a reason why you should
advertise in the Sentinel And thatreason -
is-it produces results.



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You are required by section 4 of Disc Dizw .111.,11111,1111
the state law governing the assessment Limited. Flyer. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
and collection of taxes in this LT Orlando, A. C. 1..12:31 am 3:13 pm v Orlando, ........................ 3:13pmr
city, to make returns by March r J Jacksonville A. C. L.... 6:45 am 7:30 I'm I Jacksonville ..................... 7:30pm
your v Jacksonville. A. C. L... 9:35am 8:25pm T Jacksonville, A. C. L. ........... 8:15pm
1st of each year. The act reads: v Waycroes. A. C. t..U:50am 10:%5pm I T Waycross A. C. L. .............lfl:29pm :
"All persons, corporations and firms r Macon. G. S. & F....... 5:13pm 4:15 am Ar Macon. G. S. & F. .............. 3:46am Orlando ; ,
4. owning real or personal property taxable r Atlanta C. of Ga....... 8:03pm 7:25am Ar Atlanta. C. of Ga. .............. 7:12am
the Ar Chattanooga, W. & A..12:18am 11:55 ''Ar Knoxville, L., & N. .............12:19pm
by am
city are hereby requiredto ,
Ar Corbin. L. & N. ................ 3:16pm '
make return of the same to the Ar Nashville, N. C. & St. L. t:50 am 4:30 pm i r Louisville. L. & N. .............. 9:00 pm K
assessor before" the first day of Marchof Ar St. Louis, L C.& I.&N. %:50 pm 7:20 am Ar Indianapolis. Pa. L. ............ 1:50 am \/Vater & Co
each year. Ar Lexington L & N. ............ 6iO
The returns shall contain a complete Ar Hopkinsville L. & N........,.. 6:27pm Ar Cincinanti, L. &: N. ............. 8:50pm pm I *
4' list and descriptiop of all taxable Ar Evansville L. & N..... 9:28 am >25 pm I Ar Kalamazoo, G. R. & L ..........1%:20 pm
property belonging to such per- |Ar Terre Haute C. & E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am Ar_Grand Rapids, G. R. & L ....... 2:45pmAr
son, corporation or firm on the first Ar Chicago C. & E. L..... 6:50pm 6:50am Cleveland. Big four ............. 7lSam ElectricityGas'
day-of January in the year for which
the return is made, together with the DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
full cash value of each Solid train composed of section drawing- '
item thereof, room sleeping can, observation compartment Solid train composed of electric lighted Water Ice "
including the full cash value of each can and dining car, between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches .
piece of real estate." Chicago, and section drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and
If the names of owners are not ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Jacksonville, Louisville

known"unknown all real owner estate,"will and be personal assessedto Solid train carrying DIXIE FLYER electric lighted com- through Cleveland sleeping; also Pullman car between sleeping and Jacksonville Indianapolis car between and; Offioe:--No. J8 West Central Avenue ,

property will be assessed in a lumpas ailment obaerntion sleepers, and electlic I Grand
ighted section drawing-room 'Jacksonville and Rapids on Mondays
sleepers. First- I
"personal property, according to .
lass coaches and and Thursdays of each
smoking car. Dining car week. Dining ear
the best information obtainable.
erves meals a la carte. I service between Atlanta and Cincinnati Telephone No.6.
If returns are not made some
is work will have to be indulged
trouble by making returns now. W. R. O'NEAL City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent

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FLA. VEGETABLES IN N. Y. : ,! II,: ', I,' I'W', .. ,
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vegetables ':,' 3" t ; I ; 11 : "
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were in moderate supply this ; -
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,, "" : '. ., .y.. .,.'.". ,!,', - ,, week but owing to the extreme cold i
., j weather prevailing here, a large part .
I of the receipts arrived frozen; in fact -. =-:=
practically all express lots were received --=
in that condition. As a conse-

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prices, as the frozen stock had to be I .- :',
moved out at whatever prices were : : p pt

obtainable, although a very good de- 1
mand existed for fancy stock and on --- Howlnch l't;', TS
this satisfactory prices were realized.

I Good beans, free from frost, sold up ;
iL I ito $4.50 per basket for both green }'lavcIou&v1

and wax varieties, while they ranged,
as low as $1.50 per basket for frozen j ,
I stock. Large sized peas brought upj! ,7-jVl. ms Year?
to $4 when of good quality and ini:

good condition, while frozen stock j ?) V
sold down to $2 and in some cases' 1:1
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only $1.50 was received. There was j ja
very good demand for strictly fancy -j

Use B.A." well headed lettuce and this I Two Months Have Already Massed, and Soon the
gIJ I ,, ., Cheques brought up to $-1 per basket. How- ]
p ,III I in payment of your traveling expenses frcm start to finish ever, there was an extremely light j ;; Year Will l>o One Fourth Cone ==

I of your trip. Yon can pay your railway fares and hotel bills supply and most sales ranged from ;: -= t
h 1 Ii in the United States with them, buy your steamship tickets, $L50to: $3, with some very poor fros-i I
use them in any part of the civilized world like actual money ted stock selling down to $1. Good To Encoiirage Systematic; ;Saving
II II , and pay your U.S.Customs Duties with them on your return I j jI
eggplant was wanted up to $3.50 per j
jr< They are like an International Currency, the most con- I box but was also very scarce and ; i ; for Lii
? venient, safest kind cf travel funds. Issued by I ffEi we are Open] Deposits (only)
I! many lots were not fancy and sold:

z I I ,. I down around $2. Receipts of eggplants I from 5
on Saturday Evenings : to
The State Bank oi Orlando on a whole were light. Romaine -
IIIIIhI j was also in light supply and -
: I
I;!!{ I I I IL ranged from $1 to $1.50 per basket. 9 I Peppers were about the only Florida ;::

vegetable in liberal and
I supply they
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I ranged from $2.50 to $2.75 for large I
4 bulk boxes. Nine basket carriers'
t ,' I brought around $2.50. There were i

l i only a few tomatoes on the market, UiteiTHE ll Sat F1
I ((0 Dftarey>>
> which ranged from $2 to $3 per car- I
rier. Cauliflower was in fair supply

and brought from $1.50 to $1.75 per
half crate.-New York Packer.

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Try the Sentinel Job DepartmentThere -

; EDISON AND HIS GUESTS made for several other excursions !-! !!I I i I I! l I I I I I! I q {I I I I l ;I I' ui l l Iq,I 11 I. -
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of which I II Ii GI 1llllll':
one will 1III1I1I1'JI! I I I I II
be a cruise I I II I' II I I I III! I, I I I I (t I I ,I !II I i 'I = /
Thomas A. Edison and his the Lee among are some time-saving ads. I!IE 1 I !!I I I ti I I I I I I N IIII( !I j illli III i I !I; I III II!I! .l ; I i .I(I ,II ''II; 1 I,WI i.I i'1' .Ill, 'i 6; ;1 I,I'Ip.II.. I I I .,
guests county islands.-Fort Myers I
in this issue, awaiting your personal! .
; Ford and John Press. .
Henry Burroughs
re- .
attention-and 'wholly worthy of it! '
',.' turned yesterday from an automobile CITRUS CROP MOVEMENT mand has been considerably lighter. will bring fair prices.

trip to Rocky Lake, about 60 miles CONCORD PARK Jacksonville, ''Fla., Feb. 27.-The The trade seems to take more kind Reports received at the Packer office
from Fort Myers. The party went on Lexington street, and Mr. Boice from many sections of the state
; ly to which accounts for the
the oranges
Mrs. 0. A. Brown and movement of citrus friut for past
out Saturday in five automobiles, daughter, one on Trenton. in the indicate that the orange trees are
slight depression grapefruit
Miss Helen week three hundred cars
i three of which were Ford cars in Brown, of Atlantic High- Mr. and :Mrs. W. R. King, of Colo- was over market. A of Cuban blooming unusually heavy The
lands, New heavier than the week A car oranges
t which were Mr. Edison and his family Jersey, were called suddenly nial Drive, are entertaining Mrs. B. previous. passed through Jacksonville last weeken heavy rains during the past two
to New total of 858 moved. Ship
York cars were
at, Mr. Ford and his family, and Mr. on account of the Barnes, of Kentucky. route to eastern markets.It months, following the drought, have
illness of Mrs. Brown's ments since September 15 to Febru-
Burroughs. In the other two cars son, BurtonS. put the trees in splendid conditionfor
Brown. 21 15,514 cars. is variously estimated that there
were Frank Carson, Len Hibble and :Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Nye, of Roch- ary next season's crop.-New York
F Sam Thompson, who went along as Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wells, of ester, N. Y., are visiting at C. B. The market, particularly on or- are 1,500,00 to 2,000,000 boxes"of or- Packer.
:<. guides. The party camped out over Maitland, were the guests of Mr. and Nye's, on Jackson street Mr. Nye anges, stiffened considerably last anges remaining in the state at the

'. night, and had a most pleasant and Mrs. W. Coryell- Monday. expects to be South for some time as I week. There were favorable condi- present time. As the months of Ladies' hair dressing, massage,
; interesting experience. Numerous Mr. and Mrs. Boyd, of Concord he is the representative in the, statesof tions all over the country. Oranges March and April are very favorablefor fhampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber
the sale of citrus fruit there is
I 1 ,
1. deer and turkey were seen, but no avenue, are rejoicing over the birth Alabama and Florida for the Roch-, sold at an advanced price in almost Shop. 14tf;
no doubt, so the shippers and grow-
hunting was done as the season had of a daughter.Mr. ester Excavating Machinery company every market The grapefruit market
closed. Fisher I I is somewhat depressed as the de- ers say, that.the balance of the crop Read Sentinel
; Arrangements are now being is building a fine house of Rochester. ,I I want ads.

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I ' This Mammoth Department Store, the best south of Jacksonville, bedecked

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the attractions and go into detail as to the various
f :, We could enumerate many :,4

.. departments, but what's the use; you must come and see
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