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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: February 7, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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: VID00324
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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R West( to Tampa be the selling business Gainesville as high realty Sun as)is$150 reported W aII1e s aid ll GfldiIIe I Cakes t tAre Today at


f per front foot. ,' MONTGOMERY
MOTION Grand ,Theatre

Ravis and Rentz, formerly of Ocala, PICTURE CD'S /
have opened a first class lumber yardin
perfectly wholesome and good if
Arcadia.At ;
Three New Pictures. All First Run in Orlando.The .
cooked with
a recent meeting of the State they are Gas on our
Bank of Kissimmee it was voted to pictures we are showing at this Theatre at the present time are shown I
increase the capital to $100,000.The in Orlando betore they reach cities five times its size, and are the best we can !
aWale
irons or Cake Griddles ri obtain at any price.

Tampa Morning Tribune says:
Report of the local clearing house for fit and TODAY'S PROs i
They on any gas stove are simple A L
the month of January shows that

monEy has been passing through the and easy to use. "FATHER'S HAT BAND," a Vita-
local banks at the rate of over a PriCeS graph Comedy
Today featuring Norma Tal- Prices
, million dollars a week. Let us deliver one for you today. 5 and tOe madge and Leo De Laney. The Hat Today
band serves as a special and tOe
The Plant City Courier says the : deiivery, gets 5 .
strawberry growers in that section : Only $1,25 each. Henpeck in bad with his wife and helps

i, have realized about $35,000 from their : two loving souls on their way to wedded
crops already this season. The shipments I bliss and happiness. _
last week were thirteen car : '
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loads. Lettuce and English peas are : "IN THE SHADOW, a Vitagraph Drama, in memories of the past, the

also moving out-of Plant City.A :I ORNDO WATER[ & LIGHT C m. future.shadows. of the present are lost and happiness is found in the brightness of the

local bar association has been :
or-
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"WHEN CHILDHOOD
WINS, one of Pathe's prettiest dramas.
ganized in Tallahassee and Senator :
Gas Department

x Myers ganization.was elected A committee president of was the appointed or-- :I TOM KANE, "The Irish Caruso"in

to draft a constitution and '" IIMMtilBHIIIilHli
new songs. Better hear him today.
, by-laws. An invitation was sent to
the bar of Florida to hold its annual
meeting February.The in. Tallahsasee some time in Children 5c PRICES{ KM Adults lOc


i opening of the Gasparilia car- Continuous Performance from 3:30: to 10 P. M.

nival in Tampa is not quite three
Coming Tuesday, "THE LADY OF THE LAKE.?'
weeks off. All preparations are nears
s ly complete and the promises are fora i
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prettiest ever seen in that city and Just arrived car load t
costumes which.will be worn are very
handsome and unique. FORDS for immediate : For Economy and purchase -

.W R t GTY power of your mon
Plans are being completed in St. delivery.Get &SBBD Co P''
r Petersburg for the tourist fair and REAL ESTATE ey Try W.h''F'FOR t
state week celebration which will beheld yours now.F. Business
Dials Our and Garden Seeds.
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;t. last week in March. A feature
Orlando Florida
s of this celebration will be all kinds'of G. RUSH, bulk. "Motto" Quantity
r tests of the two types of aircraft. .
Tony Janus, of the Benoist airboat, Phone. 226 and Quality.Fresh .
f and Raymond Morris of the Curtiss r
Eggs doz. Best Butter
flying boat, will be the star performers. 37c Creamery 39C lb.
Sweet.Milk 13C qt. Ice 40C 100 Ibs., Limes 150 doz.

E Sweet Milk o7c pint Fresh Butter Milk IOC qt.

Ex-Mayor John Milligan and Mrs. Individual Package 10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits, "That Present" delivered by Express,

Milligan observed the fiftieth anniver- (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order
sary of their marriage recently at .
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their pretty home in Ormond. On .
this occasion Mrs. Milligan wore the
gown in which she plighted her trothas 8 MMillMMMIIMMMHIIIMIMIMMIIMfm MilllMIIMIIilMiMllittlltmitlHMIIIIIiiM. *::::I::::::::::::::::::::fly eii!

Caroline Charlotte Crane to her .
: young lover fifty years ago in the
z town of Galt, Ont., Canada. They
were showered with messages from "'- ORlANDO BANK & TRUST COMPANY
distant relatives, friends and chil-
dren, and were also the recipients of

4 many beautiful-gifts. WE MAKE IT OUR BUSINESSTo Orlando, Florida.Condition .

The students at Columbia college, at the close of business December 31, 1913
Lake City, have just passed throughthe supply particular Stationery, Office
RESOURCES
trials and strain of the term ex-
amination., It has been a time-hon Supplies and Blank Books for particular people Loans and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $403,080.10 ,

ored precedent that, at the close of I Overdrafts . . . . . . .. .. . . . . . .. . 362.37
the mid-year examinations; a banquetis f Stocks and Bonds . . .. . .. .... . .. . . . 26,018.33 r
given to the student body so that We try to please even the most fastid- Cash on Hand and in Banks . .. . . .. . . 200,946.57
they may throw off their cares and Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures : . . 25,974.87
worries and refresh and recreate their ious, and will welcome enquiries about the
mental faculties through the festivities $656,382.24
< and pleasures of administeringto special goods you have not been able to pro- LIABILITIES

the physical being. Last Friday cure elsewhere.Our Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . .. .. . $100,000.00
night this annual banquet was held Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 35,214.86
= and it was an affair which will be staple line comprises enough to fill Deposits . .. .. . . . . . . . . . ., . . . 521,167.38
long remembered by all participants. :

all ordinary demands.Our $656,382.24
Warman Repairs and Retires Baby
will .bring future orders.
prices ,
Carriages Court street. 12-5-tf
on Deposits on Dec. 31, 1912 . . . . . . .. . . $489,971.68 ,
W. S. BRANCH Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . .. . . . . $521,167.38
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Ladies' hair dressing, massage, .

Shop.shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber 1-2-tf The Arcade Book and Music Store Increase . . .. . . .. .. ... . . . . . . 31,195.70 _

The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust
Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and
W. T. ENTRICAX,
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Makes a specialty of painting, paper- management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects
ing, refinishing floors, furniture, etc.
Phone 636. 1-21-lm the conservative, sane and progressive methods employed in
this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and ,
strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in health-
Cooper & Atha r a Sacrifice rrice ful statements to its patrons.

M. M. SMITH, PresidentW. ti

114 South Orange Avenue. M. DAVIS, Vice-President C. E. NOLAN, Cashier ,
Ground Floor.
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Members of the Real Estate

Exchange.We .
Several choice lots for immediate sale. Located just ;
offer the
following bargainsfor WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES rr 1I11I! 1I1JII\lI! lMIIIIIIII"'II\IIIII" !! I! If1/!! r! rr
this week: one lot off Magnolia avenue on Concord avenue. Im- j AND DO ALL KINDS OF :'IJ 'IicI
Five acre tract near town; good
citrus land. $50 per acre. proved with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. A SACRIFICE OFFERTen

Ten acre corner on hard road
locations in Orlando. Hundred and fifty dollars will
near city limits. Big bargain. buy my beautiful
Choice location for home and corner lot 70x85 feet.. High and dry, close in near park
grove. $1,000. The Price is Right! and lake. Also adjoining the above a brand new six
Five acre grove; 230 grapefruitand room Bungalow, with bath room and celled basement.
orange trees seven years I Price, $2,200. Also adjoining, a nearly new two-story
r old; choice budded fruit. $2,200. L H. RAMSDELL six room cottage, including auto shed and rose house.
Full bearing grapefruit and or- lot 40x117 feet, Price $1,900.00; or I will sell the whole
ange grove; good buildings; OPTOMETRIST 'property together for $4200.00 and allow dealers' com-

eight Price 1500.year old budded trees.: Or1ffo Real I R Estate Co ORLANDO(Successor, to- Dr.- 0.-. P.FLORIDAW LUdni) mission refused.with terms. I mean business. r No good offer

Ten acre fine citrus and garden E. N. COY.
land, well fenced; new five room
T. ENTRICAN, Corner of West and Ridgewood.
bungalow; near town. Big bar- Phone 504 Watkins BlockMIHIMiHilHIiimiMMMMtlllliHHHIIIItmil
gain, only $2,200. 1c1!- cI! cI! CJ! !YJl'fll'fl1ll'ill'lll\llrwllllll! ll lnjlnjlnjll lnjlnI..II I..Ir.IIii1. .'
We have a complete list of both Offers to Orlando the newest and best
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of workmanship in the painting and
s city and country property, some decorating trade. Phone 636. Read The Morning
of which are rare bargains. 1-21-lm . Sentinel -_

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chase price, and the balance in monthly payments within three years, and
allow 5 per cent discount for cash on all payments of$100 or more.
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A Six Room House with 125 feet front, Big Oaks in front with five fruit trees

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Sale Begins at 2 p m. Free Automobiles and Busses leave The Corner- of1'i i
Concord St and N. Orange: Ave., from 1 to 3:30. ,These Conveyances will not i j jI
be Covered with Advertising Matter. The Young Man there will help you on. \ t
They will return at 5 p.m. i

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THE DAILY SIDELIGHTS.By AT THE LUCERNE TODAYThe COMES BUT ONCE A YEAR "III"I"IIIIIIIII'IIII'IIIIIIIOI IIIIIIIIIII'IIOIIIDicksonIves

( W. S. Branch.) Lucerne theater, "Orlando'sBest
South Florida SentinelMORNING One of the well-known "
younger Photo House
Play today
pre- The South Florida Sentinel ant-
AND WEEKLY attorneys of the city tells us that he sents three splendid plays in motion
nouncing that the "ground hog saw
JOSIAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. would hardly accept the office of County pictures, the first one is by the Reli- his shadow-so we will have six Co1
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Solicitor if it were offered to him.
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando, Florida ance company, entitled "A Fly Leafof months more of winter! ha, ha" in
as Second Class Hail Matter. His reasoning which seems good is, Fate." It is a drama of absorbing the same issue demands that Orlando
.K that the most profitable part of the' interest and is sure to please all
TO ADVERTISERS: I have: a weather station. Seems like
legal practice is the civil cases, and'I who see it. The next is a Thanhou-II in advance to
notice ought
Copy for display and all other hand-set six months'
: advertising most be handed in at the business for various reasons, the practice in I ser production entitled "His Father's them.FloridaIetropoIis..
satisfy
r office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m.:criminal courts makes it about impos- Wife." This play presents the old
the day before publication. This rule appliesto
changes for contract advertising; it is sible to attain the greatest successin problem of a young wife and an old DEPARTMENTAL[ STORE[
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. civil cases. husband in a new way and in a man- A solid car load of tomatoes was
shipped from Ojus, in Dade county, a
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: ner that will catch and hold your at-
This sharing of with labor few days ago. Smaller quantities are
. One Year .....................$5.00 profits I tention. The last picture play on the,
Six Months ............ ...... 2.50 I is altogether commendable, but how program is a Majestic comedy entitled being shipped every day and more

Three :Months .... ............. 1.25 about the poor consumer? Isn't he "The Pride of the Force." This will be going out rapidly. rlan o's Favorite no in
In Advance. entitled to something more than the comedy features two new Majestic I

pity which he seldom getsNorfolk -I comedy stars, and is replete with NOTICEIn

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1914. Va., Pilot.It funny situations and furnishes a Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial Circuit,
is the consumers high privilegeto laugh to every foot of film. Orange County, Florida.IL .
Balch Palmetto Company, a Cor-
The devil should have his due. Hans share the losses. For wheneverthe Get the Lucerne habit. It is one of poration 0. et vs.at Foreclosure of Mortgage.To .

Schimdt is man enough to face his profits are not large enough the those beneficial habits you should cul- Ceo.A. J.W.Norris Huggins, Arthur, C. Clark Bartells, J., Nina C. Lady H., PLACEl

fate without whimpering.o prices are advanced to make up the tivate, because the pictures at the Warner Raymond P. Fuller, Lavinia Fuller, t
deficit. Annie L. Fuller, Laura Robinson Nellie C.
o Lucerne the best.
are very Taylor and Blanche Kiner:
Hastings is to have a canning fac- Open 2 p. m. and continuous. It appears from the affidavit of J. C. Jones, je
herein duly filed, that he is of counsel for
tory. A move in the right direction. A western paper says, "In some of One price-5 cents.CONGRESSMAN the complainant, that the residence of all the
Every town in south Florida should these modern,dances the girl looksas said defendants in amended bill filed are un- !
known to complainant: that they are resi- Sal of Gloves
have its cannery. if she was being carried out of a L'ENGLE WANTS dents of a state other than the state of
Florida, and that it is the belief of affiant
o burning building. She also appearsto PARCEL POST EXTENDED "
that each of them is twenty-one years.
F Wauchula is another Florida town have been rescued in her night Congressman Claude L'Engle has That there is no person within the state ONE AND TWO BUTTON Suede and Lisle Gloves, in
of Florida, services on whom would bind any
which is going to bond for improve- clothes.It introduced bill amend said defendants named. That this suit
a to the parcel of the shades of white, black, gray and chamois; lined and
ments, waterworks, sewers and street I ia brought in a county other than the county
post law so that seeds, cuttings i in
of the residence of these defendants good
extension. The issue will be for would amount unlined; all sizes. Regular value 65c. and 75c.
forty require a large of bulbs, roots, scions and plants will be I faith and in no intention to annoy them or
thousand. faith on the part of the scientist when I the of the (either of them. this
given advantage parcel You are therefore ordered to appear to
o he starts in on a ton of rough rock I rates. These items bill on Monday, the 6th day of April A. D. Special Price 23c
post were excepted -
1914, the same being a rule day of this courtIt
Score one for the Holmes County and stone with the idea of reducingthe under the general parcel post law. is further ordered that this notice be
Advertiser. That paper says it is not entire mass to a workable powderout published for eight consecutive weeks in the I t
South Florida Sentinel, a newspaper publishedin j ; 16-BUTTON COTTON SUEDE GLOVES, in gray, black
enough to elect good men to office; of which he may eventually take This season at Long Key fishing Orange county, Florida.
the slogan should be for competentmen. less than one grain of radium. But Witness B. M. Robinson, Clerk of the said and white; all sizes. Regular values 85c. and $1.00
camp, Long Key, promises to be an Court, and the seal thereof, this the 6th day
A man may be ever so good that is the method employed in'one unusually one. A large of February, A. D. 1914.

and not competent. The need of the locality and the process is very pro- number of prosperous guests are now being en- (Seal) B.By M.M. A.ROBINSON HOWARD., Clerk.D. C Special Price 39c

whole country is for greater efficiency fitable as well as laborious. Jones & Jones,
tertained at the
camp. Solicitors for Complainants.HiMMMtMtliiltlHtCMMIIimmMimillMIIIM.
a in public office.It .
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o- There tray nothing in her apparelto white,

, is predicted that the registrationunder indicate whether she came from the { navy, gray; all sizes. Regular value $1.25

the Bryan law will not be more, classic environs of Boston, the metro-i i

than sixty per cent. of the former, politan marts of New York, the rest-I i Special Price 59c

: list. Some good Democrats are not less heart of Chicago or the sunshineof Money to Loan e

worrying about it, however, saying i the Golden Gate. But her lan-

that it will be a much better class of guage spoke of refinement and edu- .

i voters. Sure it is. if the voters are cation as she observed to her companion SALE OF EMBROIDERY FLOUNCINGS-25.inch, in .
r disfranchised they will have no one while walking up North Or-
a fine of designs. Regular value 59c. and 65c.
to blame but themselves. Register ange avenue. "I have traveled the range

today. United States quite extensively, andI 'On improved city Price 29cMen's
o believe this is the prettiest little Special

One thing that may be said for city I have ever visited.

the enfranchisement of women-it increases -

the registration. In Chicagoa Duluth, Minn., erstwhile known as property.HiiimiiiiiiiiiiniiiimiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii.

a few days ago Mayor Carter Harri- "The Zenith City, of the Unsalted ShoesPay

son, his wife, cook, and other family: Seas," has been a record breaker in

servants all went together and had more instances than one, and has just
s.JT.A. Y a visit to our new Men's Furnishing Department'twill -
their names enrolled on the books. smashed another record. One of the .

There is a question as to whether the leading daily papers of the city begana enlighten you as to that positive latest of what

system would encourage or disrupt series of so-called graft investi- will be "chic" and exclusive for the coming season. #

7 domestic felicity. gations and after a thorough, search ___ ___ ___
o came out with a statement that one i
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Huerta in a statement to the New notorious female had paid the police A delivery to hand of the famous "Johnson' & Murphy's"
York World he wants to have department $40,000.00 for police pro-
says
the news of the war in Mexico reported tection to her business. The grand.I Y. FULLER R. L FOX Shoes for Men on the new English lasts, in black

truthfully, and to that end his jury with one of the city's oldest and and tans, guns and patents
government is willing to pay first most honored residents as foreman, THE PALMS AUTO COREO

class passage for ten correspondentsand began a most rigid investigation and Priced $6.50A
Specialty
give them an armed guard so they after weeks of labor made a report MOTOR CARS
that after a most complete examination
what
can see happens and write it
r correctly. The only trouble to be of the facts and the books of For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a large assortment of other makes at $1.00 to $5.00.

found with this arrangement is the the woman who had been quoted as FIRST CHOICE GOODS ONLY-NEWEST LASTS.Men's .
possible disagreement as to what the paying the graft money, they were full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good force

truth is, and Huerta would have the able to find about $150.00 that had of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely -' ,
decisive say.Secretary. been paid to some of the police force

i o some ten years ago, and that was all, guaranteed. .
Wonder how many cities of ninet y F Neckwear
Stevenson of the Florida
thousand population would
State Chamber of Commerce is due pass ar _
equally creditable examination.The 4t
much credit for his prompt action in We have just received'a shipment of the newest effects !
drawing attention to the fact that the THE PALMS AUTO CO
in Ties and Cravats, being the last word from New ; ;
advertised reduction of express rates big midwinter fair to be hel d

i effective February 1 was in fact ant in Orlando February 17-21 is not fa r] FULLER & FOX, Proprietors. York. Prices from 50c. to $1.50.

increase so far as Florida products is off-less than two weeks. Are yoi

concerned. Since Stevenson wrote his getting ready for the fair? iHllliilllMilimiMMMIIimiBtillMtill
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letter the Jacksonville board of trade

t has taken action through its traffic

department. Stevenson has demon- Millin rJ n Bepafiffleilt

; strated in this one instance that thereis r

work for a state chamber of com .,- '.'
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merce.
? o ra, We are showing a handsome assortment of New York's ;

St. Petersburg and other south latest models in Tailored and Trimmed effects, Pan- !

Florida towns are suffering from an amas, etc, recently purchased by Mr. Marion Ives ;
epidemic of burglaries, and it wouldbe
when on his Northern trip-absolutely exclusive to !
rather surprising if the criminals

didn't reach Orlando about time for this store. it

the fair. The Sentinel urges the Man is often overlooked when it comes to jewelry. .
mayor to see that the town is prop- .
erly protected against them, and The majority of men do not wear as much, and as a rule -
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would at the same time sound a warn not as expensive jewelry as ladies, but of necessity he has
ing to citizens and visitors to be on .

the lookout. St. Petersburg police x to, wear a certain amount. His scarf pin, tie clasp, ring, .. Gr rJ n BeFartifiellI1Do

seem to be unable to cope with this "}
class of tourists, and since they have cuff links, vest chain and numerous other articles are all

found such easy pickings there it may to be found here in profusion. Do not overlook our men's not forget that the special representative of the
be that they will be content to remain, .
but this is not probable. Lookout for ,', jewelry. Quality the best. Stocks the largest. Richelieu Canning Company will be here the latter

burglars and pickpockets; they're on ,, in if
:! S. : part of this month. Send your name early you
the . .,
way. ; -- ---
o Desire her to call'upon you.

The town of Lake Worth is grow- .-., .: .... .. .
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Florida is, and the most remarkable '
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paper in'the state is published there, :- .

the culation Herald.of ten This thousand.paper claims This a circu-cir- 'Our Mail il Order r r n Bepariffleilt A

lation is, no doubt, largely out of the ,

state and paid for by land companies,
but it is the state and section
doing We postal and freight charges on all out-of-
pay express
good, and Florida should be glad to
welcome all such enterprises. In its T.H.Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE town orders. Make use of the department, it is

last issue' the Herald shows that a essentially for your convenience.
t hundred thousand dollars in real

t money has been spent during the last

few months in the for town.substantial With money improvements and- POSTOFFICE $s. One Aye1 Oilando n

enterprising people behind it the town EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING c.

of Lake Worth is. bound to boom and
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satisfy that desire for something sweet--and you al- 3-Crackerjack reels-3

so have done the same thing many times. "Tale of a Lonely" (Rex) ; Winter Coats, Wool Dresses 1

A powerful seacoast drama: with Bob I I
If we can convince you that pure candy is Leonard and Margarita lusher. .

; ; healthful-is really beneficial from a food stand. "Curing the Doctor" Frontier) .
A rip-roaring comedy. : and Coat Suits
! point, why then you'll realize that your money is well "Heart of a Cracksman" (Powers) .;

spent when you buy Candy from our large assort Featuring Wal Reid. \'

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THE TUNER success. The humor of Capt. Norton

ORLANDO, FLA. The Catholic bazar, which is in Miller, the auctioneer, keeps the large AT HALF PRICE !
progress in the room vacated by the I crowd in good spirits from start to

People's National bank, is meeting finish. There is nothing about this

with great success, and the, ladies of kind of an auction that would jar the New Spring goods coming in makes it that
imperative
Mr. Ben Rauch, of Nashville, Tenn., the church are much encouraged by most sensitive soul. The beauty of ,
is among the late arrivals at the San ,the reception which has the spot is ideal and the delightfulway
been close all
Juan. their efforts. A splendid oyster given sup- Orange Park is laid out elicits we out our winter goods at once. Some swell garments 1

Attorney C. B. Robinson left last per was served last night, and todaya pleasant comment from all who have here that will be sold at ridiculously low J
evening for DeLand, on legal busi- luncheon will be served between the seen it. On the front along the main prices.

hours of 12 and3, for which the sum road to the Country Club is a majestic .,
ness.Mr.. W. T. Rinaldi, of Tampa, spent of twenty-five cents will be charged.The row of big 'live oaks and the big Better come in and see.Ladies' i

several hours in Orlando yesterday supper tonight, consisting of a :lots fifty to sixty feet wide are cov. J

A on business. delightful menu, will be served for ered with orange and grapefruit trees. Ready-to-wear/Second Floor .j

J FREE! Saturday, Feb. 7th. Egg thirty-five cents. The bazar will be One can not make a mistake buying a .jJ
Beaters, with Snow-Mellow, at Dick- closed tonight, and the great numberof lot there. The road from Orange avenue J
4 It to the Country Club road has ,
son & Ives' fancy articles will be closed out. ; .;
Mr. E. L. Lesley, one of Kissim- been hardened and makes an attract- ;

mee's leading citizens, was a welcome ive drive.
visitor to Orlando yesterday.Mr. Mr. W .G. Grant; of Elkhart, arrived The gentlemanly way the agents

T. I. Timmons, of Malone, Ill.*, in Orlando yesterday. work shows that the method used is TheYowell-DuckworthCo y
Mr. and Mrs. A. Lefea arrived lines. The
arrived in Orlando yesterday and yes- along the right present I
terday from Winchester, Va. and
while here will make his headquartersat are giving is very cordial and so liberal I
the San Juan. guests at the San Juan. that those receiving them are not

Feb. 7th. Egg Mr. C. W. Carlin, of Jupiter, whose embarrassed. The company have been i
,
FREE! Saturday
Beaters, with Snow-Mellow, at Dick- three daughters are students of tie very generous and set aside a beau Orlando's
son & Ives'. It Cathedral school, is a visitor to the tiful spot on Spring Lake for a parkto Largest Store

Mr. and Mrs. A.. Ray Daniels, who [city.Mr. be used by, the owners of these :
have been in the city for several days and Mrs. C. B. Edwards and lots. The outlook is across the lake j

\ visiting relatives, returned to Miami; family, of Covington, Ky., were to the Country Club and golf links, "Quality Did It."i

yesterday. among the arrivals in. Orlando yes- just a chic spot for rest and to housea !

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/hampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber and Mrs. John A. Reneker, of 'Today ends this series of sales.
1-2-tf The sale begins at 2 p. m. on the
Shop. Cynthiana, Ky., arrived in Orlando
Capt. B. M. Sims, one of Ocoee's yesterday on a visit to Revs J. E. ground. BEAUTIFULAnd a J I

staunch and widely known citizens, Reneker.Mr. healthy hair can be had by using imilMflMMMIiillMlilllillMliilMIIIIMUm
was among th evisitors to the county J. B. Jones, one of Oviedo's DR. TUPPER TO LECTURE ON Davis' Sage and Sulphur Hair Rem- J
HUMOROUS SUBJECTDr. edy. Produces that soft, fluffy effect.
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capital yesterday.Mr. merchants and county treasurer of Will remove dandruff and stop falling
and Mrs. W. H. Jones, of Columbus Seminole, was an Orlando visitor yes who hair or your money back. Estes Fresh Eggs; 1
Kerr Boyce Tupper, recently -
Ohio, are in Orlando for an terday. He was accompanied by his a'two weeks' revivalat Pharmacy sells it. 7-lw
conducted 3
', indefinite sojourn. They are Registered sister, Miss Ella Belle Jones, Miss
at the San Juan. Annie McCulley and Miss Mattie the Baptist church in Orlando, was FOR SALE-Late model Studebaker Special attention paid to custo- j
automobile, -
in the city for a short time yesterday, i two-passenger n perfect
For a nice, clean shave, or an Rigby. and during his stay called on Rev. condition. Less than half price. J
artistic hair cut, try the 0. K. Barber From a purely artistic standpoint, Dr. Edw. T. Poulson. Dr. Tupper's Leaving City. Willola hotel. 2-7-2t mers who eat raw eggs. j

Shop, on Boone street two doors from that new sign of Mr. T. H. Evans is wife is spending the time in Maitland

Church street. 2-7-6t about as near perfect as one will with friends while he is doing evan. LUTHER THE FLORISTCut

Messrs. W. T. Sims and C. E. Johnson often see. The handsome raised gold gelistic,work in the state. He is just Flowers Cheese Cheese! j
Orlando's representative lettei on _the dark rich green background where he
were among back from St. Petersburg, 2
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make a combination that is JI
citizens going to Tampa last at dedicated the new Baptist cnurcn ana ROSES, VIOLETS,
night on business. once attractive and beautiful.Rev. conducted a series of meetings. Dr. I We have twenty different kinds s

Mrs. Joseph Robbins and two daugh- Ulysses S. G. Rupp, D. D., Tupper will lecture at the Baptist I CARNATIONS, PANSIES,

ters, of Robbins Station, Pa., who* pastor of the First Lutheran, churchof church in Orlando Thursday evening' POTTED PLANTS of cheese. Call and see them.

have been here during previous sea- Lutherville, Md.', is stopping at the on "The Humorous Side of a Preach- I
sons and have many friends here, are St. Charles. He is accompanied by er's Life.:'
guests of the Keystone.A Mrs. Rupp and their friends, Mr. and mmmmmmmSSSmSSS! SIS SmmS! SSSI !SSmimiS! mmmimSiSmm!

furnished house, two or three I Mrs. Berger, of Baltimore. Dr. Rupp A SUCCESSFUL FISHING PARTYA Good Wood! $1.50
is an old friend of Dr. C. D. Christ, THE SANITARY i !
,4 furnished rooms, or unfurnished cot- $2 and $2.25 GROCERY
i and Better Wood -
came to spend the winter in Or- fishing party consisting of Mr.
tage is wanted by a small family.
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Apply Mr. Al Meis, Yowell-Duck- lando because of Dr. Christ's presence W. M. Davis and son, Master William, Best Wood 2.50 and $2.75 CARUTHERS & GORE )
worth company. 2-6-3t here. Jr., and Mr. J. H. Drake, of Glovers- -s
Misses Gretchen and ville N. Y., who is spending the win-
Kathleen
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last
This won't long, Phone 200
Mr. J. H. Estes, one of Taft's prom- 6 & 8 E. Pine Street y
Mitchell and Miss Bradley, of New ter in Orlando, went out to Lake .
inent citizens, was in Orlando Stock while can. 4
yes- Rochelle, N. Y., are the guests of Miss Apopka yesterday with all of the necessary up you
terday with his friend, Mr. J. E. Hen-
M. S. Harden for the to catch the
week-end. The paraphernalia
dry, of Keene Valley, N. Y., who is Wood Yard CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
Misses Mitchell were students for sev- famous beauties which inhabit those Orlando
spending the season at Taft. ,
eral' terms at the Cathedral school, waters. Master Billie proved the HMttttMHMIMtMUMIHililMltiMHHSpecial
Eat what you want. and their many friends here will wel- most successful of the trio. He land- 104 W. Pine St.
Eat all you want.
Take a postscript and forget it. come the opportunity of meeting themat ed three large ones and made the first B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor'IIIIIIIII"'IIIIIII"'lt <
For sale by all druggists. the tea to be given for them this catch. i
l-7-d&w.lyr [afternoon by their hostess. -
t Mr. C. B. Treadway left last night I Feb. 7th. .
Mr. C. T. Hungerford is building al FREE! Saturday, Egg ,
t for his home at Sebring, Fla. Mr. two-story concrete building on the rear Beaters, with Snow-Mellow, at Dick- ,i
Treadway represents the Sebring son & Ives It - Bargains
end of the he
property recently
Land company, and came up to look cahsed of Mr. S. E. Ives, Sr.pur-, on Auto Oil
things over with a view of locatingan North TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Supreme .,
Orange avenue. The structure "
office here.. !I heretofore known
The firm as Sightler -
t is 40x60 feet on the ground and
Bros. is this 5th day of February,
Miss Addie Smythe is pleased to will be two stories in height. The A. D. 1914, dissolved, S. M. Sightler has 1-Fonr Passenger Cadillac $350
oil that
notify her friends that she is ready lower story will be used for a barn retiring from the business, selling any The
for nursing again after her stay in and the upper story will be fitted as and all interest in same to M. N. stood the supreme
England. Hospital trained. London a storage warehouse for furniture, Sightler, who will continue the busi- !-Five Passenger Hudson $500
under his and to
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ness own name
test i
diploma. 405 East Pine street, or
household goods, etc. There is a con- whom all bills are now payable; and
phone No. 1. 2-7-lt:stant demand for K the indebtedness
dry safe storage M. Sightler assuming These in
cars are good shape
Miss Essie Jordan left for Orlando'i and Mr. Hungerford will be in a position of the old firm. : THAT: good _
M. N. SIGHTLER Seal .
this afternoon for a fortnight's visit to this ( ) tires and
supply demandFREE S. M. SIGHTLER (Seal). ready to run. 1
with Miss Jean Person, after which 2.7.3t .
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she will return to Ocala to complete Saturday, Feb. 7th. Egg -:;.
her visit with her cousins, Dr. and Beaters, with Snow-Mellow, at Dick- FOR RENT-Furnished rooms with Goo Gulf Gasoline

Mrs. H. C. Dozier.-Ocala Star. son & Ives'. It privilege location of on light Lake housekeeping.Best Eola. 217. San Juan Garage Co. j

Miss Minnie McKinnon of Laurin-
,
Eat what you want. Robinson Ave., East. 273tOSTEOPATHY t
burg, N. C., is visiting her aunt and Eat all you want. All ServiceAJAX
uncle, Mrs. N. D. Sharpe, and Rev.J. Take a postscript and forget it. Night
F. McKinnon For sale by all durggists.
at 203 Liberty. Miss
McKinnon will spend the winter in l-7-d&w-lyr P. G. WALTON, Agt

Orlando and at other points in south DR. J. C .HOWELL. TIRES don't cost any more and are guaranteed {
GIVE
Florida. YOU A DOLLARIf Hours, 10.12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo for five thousand miles.
FREE! Saturday, Feb. 7th. Egg Hair one bottle Davis' Sage and Sulphur extra charge for house treatment PHONES 450269frHllillillHMMHHIH() i i
Remedy fails to dan-
Beaters, with Snow-Mellow, at Dick- druff or stop falling hair.remove Estes Phar- Telephone connections ;
: t son & Ives'. It macy sells and guarantees 7-lw Office cor. Orange and Central Area
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I iMieMimiiiMiiiimiiiiiMiMiiiiniiiiii.iiiiiii FOR SALE-Five acres grass land, FORREN1EIGHTROOM .IIIII IIII1 111II III ell 11111 111I1 11111 11111 11111 III lit
just inside city limits. Equally II

'J 1 good for pasture or trucking pur- furnished house
i poses. For price, call on or address, and electric lights. 205 E. Robinson; gas 5

1-30-2w Miss Bernice Smith, Orlando, Fla. avenue, on Lake Eola. 12-23-tf

THE ST. JAMES-308 West street.
6 FOR SALE Rooms new and modern. Choice
New Arrivals Five-room bungalow; three spacious location, moderate price. 1-30-6t California Bungalows
LF piazzas; sleeping porch, and all mod-
ern improvements. 506 Lexington St FOR RENT-Large attractive room
4 Only left to sell '
1-15-lm in new bungalow. 203 Ridgewoodavenue. one
Ratines Eponges Crepes Poplins Terry 2-4 tf
,
II Fine Location.
Cloth Lawns in the latest colors. Ladies THIRTY ACRES, high, fine round WANTED-To buy a 12 or 15 H. P. Large Lot
timber; cut over once; three acres steam engine, mounted, and a small I:
Home Journal Patterns at cleared and planted in orange and portable saw mill, at once. Address II: Built and sold four Bungalows in less
grapefruit; lake front and beautiful C. J. Tyner, 312 W. Church street IIII
than three months.
location for a home; one mile and a 2-7-3t I I :
quarter from Ocoee. $800. A. M. Good values discovered.
Y McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT Clarke, Ocoee, Fla. 1-28-tf FOR RENT-Large, well furnished are soon
room to persons wishing suburban
I FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-For accommodations; also 2 acres good Price 750
$2
1 real estate in Orlando or close by, truck land, close in. Good opportu-
STORE a large ice cream factory and bakery, nity for right person. Address "A," r
with retail store, all modern equip- Sentinel. 9-8tf Inspect No. 5 Bungalow .today.
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ment-brine freezer, cement storage
128 S. Orange Ave. tanks and sales of six to eight hun- MISCELLANEOUSCash .
: dred gallons per week, all sold in town
where made, which is one of the best I Registers. Warman fixes 'em :
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summer towns on Lake Michigan; a' on Court street 12-5-tf I, FRED. B. DALE Owner
: suitable business for persons having a ,
I I winter business in the South. Any; LOST-Open case gold watch, ,
t person interested can see interi6r pho,. movement, 17 jewels. Finder 306 Anderson StreetOLIVE
h ; tographs of this place, by addressinj g be rewarded by returning to 201 Elgin\\
F ..IIIIIIII.I..I.III..1.IIIIIII'III..S., . \J. S. Colvin, Orlando, Fla. 2-4-t f South street.- W. L. Moore. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHHIIIIIDIUIIIII '

BY SHEAR FORCE. Tallahasse's new 5 and 10 cent \

store will,be ready for business in a IlitllltiitllillilMIMIIillllltlimmilMIIMMMJSee 'i

f The consensus of opinion among day or so.. The J. G. McCrory com- t Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllinillllllllllllllllll

those who hear well is that the deaf pany will open a nice store there in

do not miss much.-Bartlesville Examiner the new First National bank building. Corner j OILHousewives

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Truckers in San Antonio are ship

F It is funny that the fellow who ping strawberries and peas to the Lake and Anderson
doesn't believe in a hell is the same Northern and Eastern markets. A, be careful where you buy your Olive Oil. ;

guy who gets it nearly every day.- large acreage is being planted in The Pure Food and Drug Law cannot do it all. Olive ,

Emlenton News.Unselfishness. Irish potatoes in that vicinity. StreetsMiMiimiMtiiiiiiiMtmtitiiimmMMiMiiiii Oil is one of the easiest of all articles adulterated.We .

carry the Pure Olive Oil of VIRGIN quality, imported -

may go to the lengthof Sentinel want ads. are read.PEOPLE'S from Italy through our New York broker. For

not having backbone enough to SALADS, COOKING OR MEDICINAL USE.

Rock stand up Sun.for its own rights.-Slippery ,V ANTS I Per Pint II. II . II II II II . .. 50c.

'' Per Quart II.. .. . .. .. II .. . $1.00
Y FOR SALE-House and lot 412 East WANTED-Waiter waitress. Apply ;
It's easy enough-to forgive our --' Pine street Best bargain in city. to Rest and Tea or Room at once.- : Per Gallon . . .. . .. .. . . $3.50

enemies, after we have had a chanceto MUNNIMAKERS :2-7-6t I
I WANTED-A good young girl to assist I
Notew of Lost wasted For Sale Fer
"get even with them.Philadelphia AUTO TRUCK FOR SALE at a price to 307' :
Rent tU fur this column 2 oe for one day. with housework. Apply
a Record. COe for three dye Gr 11.00 for one week for you can afford to pay to own it. Broadway. 2-6-6 : & jj
25 word or las. Money Bvut ftcccnpaoy 311 North Orange avenue. 1-27-tf DeLaney Abernethy
t the advertifenwuU for thin calumn. u MInwrtion : -
1 A man's chance for making a will U md on credit. WANT TO BUY an orange or grape
FOR SALE-Ford touring car; 1912 fruit grove. Address B. B., Box I DRUGGISTS
monkey of himself, when trying to model; good condition. Inquire of 566. 1-27-2w t:
play even, are always most excellent FOR SALE P. E. Lee, New Lucerne hotel. 31-3t j llltltilllllllMMMtllttittlMltMIHiiMaitimttReal )
VANTED-A roomer to share room
-Oil City Blizzard.A
FOR SALE-If you wish to purchasea FOR SALE OR RENT With stock with young man. Near St Charles
house and lot try No. 9 East Livingston and tools, best farm in county; va- hotel Address "Roomer," 9 East ""
daily lesson in honesty. He avenue. It is for sale. 7-6t riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- Washington street. 2-3-3t ; 11111111111111111111111111111"IIIIIIIIII'IIIC. lltt
to-date buildings, etc. Box 144, Or. .
who cheats himself is as dishonest as FOR SALE-Three drakes and 17
he who gives short weight to hisneighbors. thoroughbred Indian Runner ducks. lando, J. Van Buskirk. 12-21-tf FOUND-Pair of heavy gold rim Estate Agents, Investors and HomeseekersATTENTION
Lake Eola. Owner :
spectacles on
t .-Jamestown Journal. Apply at 206 East Church street FOR SALE-The best real estate bargain can have same by calling at this office ,
2-6-3t in town, either for investment !
S I identifying same and paying for
or home. For particulars, call on this ad. 1-28-tf :
The who has resisted
man tempta :FOR SALE-40 acres at Apopka,!owner, C. S. Hamblin, Rowland's I offer for $1,900 two-story, six-room cottage, with
tion is the who has kept far Fla., 3-( mile from station
man good
1 for citrus fruits and ; Grocery. 2-7-6t YOUR SUIT WANTS PRESSING.Just rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, north.
away from it allthe while, including I sacrifice at $15 per acre.trucking.(No Willi) ring 443 for the Arcade Pressing Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117.. Also
FOR SALE
nights and Club. The will call. Club
Sundays. boy
Address Box 733, city. 2-5-3t I six-rooa bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special
One two-horse wagon; one two-seat r>>.te,8 pieces $1. ladies' work a specialty -
spring three horses. MO-lra heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy base .
There those who will admit to FOR SALE-600 acres of high grade wagon; wagon
are citrus land; 2 miles facing Orlando Cheap. R. E. Kelsey, Oviedo, Fla. ment, wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or
owing debts of gratitude, but thereare and Oakland brick road, and 21-2 l-31-2w LOST-Gold crescent set with pearls, furnace. Lot 40x100 including rose house or fernery. t
few indeed who make any effort miles on lake shore. S. S. Griffin, yesterday, somewhere between 413S. These
House fronts Price $2,200.
4 Orlando, Fla. FOR SALE Main street and Windermere hotel on Ridgewood avenue.
to liquidate them.-Punxsutawney -- -- Fresh Jersey cow, third calf; per I Finder leave at Miss McKee's at 413S. lots connect at the corners, with rose house between. I
Spirit FARM LAND I II fectly gentle, and free milker. Can i Main and receive liberal reward. offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission,
I be at Oak Knoll farm. & 2.7-3t "
seen Fogg
to all
120 acres, near Orlando, must be Open
Men may differ in many things,but sold. Make me an offer. C. D. Chad-I Osteen 1-31-tf, Altamonte Springs, Fla. TEN YEARS IN ORLANDO

the difference between right and wick 2-6-6t, 19 W. Church St., Orlando, Fla.; Chiropodist for both men and wo I'E.. N. COY

wrong is so plain to the intelligent FOR SALE men. Manicure, pedicure, face and
person that there can be little extenuation FOR SALE Farm of twenty acres, ten acres scalp massage. Feet a specialty. L. 307 West St., North.Orlando
: cleared, seven acres cultivated. 21-2 J. Mustard, 117 Orange avenue, over
for the who
one willfully miles west of Taft P. 0., near Lake Curtis & O'Neal's store. 2-6-lm
choses to do the wrong act-Butler Six: hundred acres timber land, and Davis. Good wire fence on three 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIttREAll
a Citizen. ten acre orange grove, with two miles sides.. Small new house and well. AGRICULTURAL blasting, ditching,
of lake shore, near Winter Garden, About 15,000 feet of saw timber. subsoiling, tree planting, stump'
)one of the greatest trucking and Land all dry and suitable for truck- blowing, orchard renovating; land "
a The new depot in Bushnell is rapidly -J j citrus centers of Florida. The orange ing or citrus fruit. Am too old to cleared ready for the plow. Dynamiteand THE SENTmEL F FOR THE NEWS
going up. It will probably be I crop will pay interest on the whole work it and will sell at a bargain. supplies. Estimates cheerfully .
completed in another month. I investment Terms. S. S. Griffin, Owner, Box 137, Taft, Fla. furnished. L N. Lewis, 406 East St.,
owner, Orlando, Fla. 2-5 l-12-lm-d&w Orlando, Fla. 1-6-lm


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ORLANDO'S LARGEST[ I f FURNITURE. R[ STORE, COINER[ CAIN AND PINE[ STREETSI[[ I .






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; , I 45 Pound Reel Edge Cotton Mattress, Others Price S6.50, Ours $5.15 .....,' ,}", '


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The National Association of Real WOOD, COAL AND ICE v
Estate Exchanges will hold a social illlllltillllllHHMIMI MmiHIIIIHIIIIIIItHMMHIMIIMttllMtlMIIMmiMmillHMMHHtMmW.
t session' in Tampa February 5th, 6th !WM. HARPER Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's
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and 7th. Several hundred real estate DRS(JOSEPHINE HARPEROSTEOPATHS Coal Yard,phone 566. 9-31-tf
men from over the United States and
Canada will attend this meeting. W. T. ENTRICAX, M. SLEMONS
Elaborate preparations have been Oldest Established Practice In Painter and interior decorator. New
made for their entertainment. They Orlando ideas and old ones, too. Fhone 636. .
> 19 W.Church Street, Up-Stairs Expert workmen employed.
Swill be given a trip through the or- 1-21-lm .
Consu tationand Ex.
ange groves in the Manatee section,
the board of trade of Sarasota will I amination Freetiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiiitt Take your repairing to Warman on New Goods
Arriving Daily
tender them a luncheon there, then Court street. 12-5-tf :
they will return to Tampa. Friday I .. _
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night a big dance will be tenderedthe ..
men and their wives at the Tampa
I Bay hotel. On Saturday they will be :. f
guests of the st. Petersburg Real Estate .
Just ReceivedNew
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printing at the Sentinel : made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
line of Foulards, Crepes :. Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's ,Table Linen and Towels.

Dr. BucRmaster and other Spring materials. .: Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co. :.

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Osteopathic. Physician MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN ... .

132 Orange Avenue : W. M. SLEMONS
Next door to People's Bank,
up-stairs. Acute and chronic Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's
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We are showing over wants to buy several tracts

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wool samples at value should be offered.

$18.OOaSuit 1 And also offer several of the

choicest lots and private residences -

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urement and guarantee a fit or I low prices,also a palatial gentle-

nojsale Come in and ask me man's country home with an

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ENTERTAINED i ?Ihi it t I I /II tl) I pI I' Rtl !IN' ' I
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t.r t. Duke Hall was the scene of a beautiful -
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dinner party last evening when
Mrs. W. B. Browne and her daughter,
Miss Winifred, entertained the facultyof
the Cathedral school
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,The guests assembled in a private
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; sitting room, and after a few mo-
ments of pleasant conversation were
ushered into the dining room, where I come 'Tal'
hJ I a daintily appointed table awaited -
them.
Pink and white roses marked the
} places of the guests and a large bowlof The best booklet we have seen on this subject,

roses formed the centerpiece.
Around the table were gathered Mrs. v/e are distributing with our compliments.It .

Browne, Miss Browne, Rev. and Mrs.
Cobb, and Misses Harden, Diebner,
not only explains the law but is so arranged
LONG ESTAPLISH ED ,
Mary and Julia Atkinson, Gassman, .
SAFECOUSEAYATIVfA000MM00ATINGi Jones, Robinson, Shepherd, Dye, and
Holly. that yon can figure as you read whether or not you

The course dinner which followed
are liable and how much.
CONSERVATIVE BANKING POLICYIt ,
was delightful in every detail, and an
t occasion long to be remembered by
those present. At its conclusion the = Call and get one, or phone and vie will mail it. = '

guests were led to the drawing room, .
where they engaged in an interesting I .
has always been the established policy of the State "
. contest at "five hundred. Miss

Bank of Orlando to exercise conservatism in the manage- Shepherd and :Miss Mary Atkinson r'II ]5 a
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were the fortunate winners, and were -
ment and handling of all banking business.We the recipients of beautiful prizes. o4s Tlc

believe that this prudent feature is appreciatedby The evening's entertainment so Iw -
A charmingly planned, was a happy diversion ]easurto
our customers, as attested by increasing business. from school routine, and the
guests were most appreciative of Mrs.

Browne's hospitality. 5 rve -


I-r ALUMNAE GIRLS HOLD CANDY 4 __-
SALE I -
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The young ladies of the Alumnae r s
association of the Cathedral school -
held a successful candy sale yester-
.i day in front of the Grand theater,
and are much pleased at the resultof

the undertaking.At .
1 14111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.1.,11.1. a recent meeting- the association
pledged fifty dollars toward the refurnishing -

MRS. MeMAKIN ENTERTAINS AT MEMORIAL RESOLUTIONS FORL. of the study hall. Ways
THE KEYSTONE and means for raising the amount
G. STARBUCKAt
were suggested, and remembering the
. The
) Keystone was thronged yesterday -
popularity of the candy tables in for- IliMiMHIIIIIIIIIilMHIiiiMiiMlil
t afternoon ,with the many guestsof
a meeting of the Twentieth mer days, it was decided that home-
Mrs. Ethel McMakin, fully one hun-
dred having accepted an invitation for i Century club, February 5th, the fol made sweets should be sold. Fresh Gaudies
4 an informal afternoon tea. lowing resolutions were passed: Through the kindness of the man-
Whereas, the Grim of the Grand the
f Fragrant yellow jessamine and Reaper has agers girls were
.. palmetto leaves, with beautiful roses, again visited our city and taken from privileged to place their booth in the Butter Scotch . . . . . . . . .20c. lb. Peppermint Sticks . . . . . . 20c. lb.
'' formed very effective decorations,typical our midst an honored and respected ,entrance to the theater, where it received Chocolate Nut . . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Pegnolia Crisp . . . . . :. . 30c. lb.
} of this sunny,dime. citizen, a conscientious and fearless i the patronage of the throngs Peanut Crisp . . . . . . . . 20c. lb. Dixie Cream . . . . . . . . 40c. lb.
. Delicious home made cake and public official; and, I that passed to and from the picture ; Menthal Drops . . . : . . . . 20c. lb. Nougat . . . . . . . . . .) . .40c. lb.

f punch were served, the afternoon Whereas, this sudden and untimely show. I : Hoarhound Drops . . . . . . 20c. lb. Walnut Cream Caramels . . . 40c. lb. .
death robs of The association officers who y
one our charter mem- ( had
-? proving very delightful for all pres bers of a much beloved brother, charge of the affair) are Miss Doro- Gum Drops . . . . . . . . . 20c. Ib.ChocoIate Almonds ,

,H entMost of the guests were visitors! Resolved That the Twentieth Cen- thy Cooper, president, Miss Alice Al. Chocolate Cherries Chocolate Chocolate Creams Marshmallows
: tury Club of Orlando express to Miss lenwice-president, Miss Sarah Slem- Chocolate Grapes :
here from Ohio and Pennsylvania who Caramels Chocolate Filberts
I enjoyed this pleasant opportunity for' Hope Starbuck and family their deep ons, secretary, and Miss Sarah Yaiv Chocolate
meeting socially. sorrow and heartfelt sympathy in this cey, treasurer. and many other good and fresh candies. Salted Pistachios, Almonds and Peanuts.Ice .
f. dark hour of their affliction. X Cream, $1.25 per gallon. Fresh Fruit, $1.40. 15c. extra for delivering any

J ROSALIND NOTICE I Resolved, That these resolution be YOUNGER MATRONS MEET WITH quantity. Special attention paid to parties. Should be pleased to show any one

The monthly business meeting of: spread upon the minutes of this meet MRS. W. M. DAVIS through our .' JJt :.t-ti *l:1dJJJ: I
ing, and a be presented to Miss factory.HOT
copy
the Rosalind club will be held on I DRINKS SERVEDFRENCH
r Monday afternoon, February 9th, at I I Starbuck. Mrs. W. M. Davis entertained most
" three-thirty. I delightfully yesterday at her home on DRIP COFFEE AND CREAM, 5 cents.

- ELOISE' ROBINSON, Secretary.j I Warman Sells, and Fixes: Bicycles, East Church street with a prettily Hot Milk Cholocate- (with whipped cream) . . . . lOc.

2-6-3t on Court street. 12-5-tf arranged'card party. Being the day Tomato Bouillon . . . . .- . . . lOc. Hot Malted Milk . . . . . . .. . lOc.
F for the regular meeting of the "Young Beef Bouillon . . . . . . . . lOc. '
: \ Hot Lemonade . . . . . . . . . lOc.
"
Matrons, eight of the guests were Hot Egg Malted Milk . . . . . . 15c. "
IMIMIiiMMMIIMMMIMiMIMIMIIIIIMIIillililBASE !club members, the others, six tables Hot Pineapple . . . . . . . . . lOc. Hot Egg Bouillon . . . . ... . . . 15c. 1
of players, included her three house

guests, Mrs. Mogg, Mrs. Bills and Mayer Candy- Co.I ,'
BALL Mrs. Roath, and a number of friends.At .

one table "five hundred" was 134 SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE \
played, Mrs. Samuel Jones making the

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ner. was,. Miss. Southgate.. . .
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- HOTEL ORMONDAND in the serving of chicken salad, olives = ===: '
sandwiches, coffee and straw- FCI :1]
berry short cake, Mrs. Davis was as-
sisted by Mrs. M. 0. Overstreet, Mrs.C. .
ROLLINS COLLEGE W. Smith, and Mrs. E. F. Akers.

Those present were :Misses Margaret -
Hart, Southgate, and Mesdames C.
Monday, Feb. 9that G. Wescott, Carr, L. H. Lawrence, Souvenir Spoons '

Leonard Bumby, Joseph Bumby, Jr., .
DeWitt :Miller, Chas. Campbell, Benj.
Orlando 3:00 p. m. Drew, L. A. Spencer, Philip Slemons, and complete line QU
2 We have a large
.Gordon Wright, Davis Fishback, Lee ,
Miller, J. N. McElroy, Merle McElroy,
Tuesday Feb. 10at H. L Beeman, Geo. Nolan, T. IL State Spoons and Orlando Spoons
;Thompson, L. H. Gedge, C. P. Dow,
and Chas. Smith.BIRTHDAY .

Winter Park 10:30 a. m.FREE Come and see.
PARTY AT MR. AND
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Jewelers
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town, 0., entertained Mrs. L Hill, of AIM Jn
Boston, Mass., in honor of her eighit- < ,'
eth birthday. A dinner was given at
the attractive Central Garden cottageof
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Eider 320 Everything Guaranteed. Reliable Repairing n
West Central avenue. After some
Saturday Feb. 6th happy and social hours the party It.wc. .f.... -n,... -IP1"1:11,1:
broke up late in the evening with all --
good wishes for the dear lady, as it
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is her first visit to the City Beautiful CATHOLIC BAZAAR I

Thursday, Friday and Saturday, : SALE
With each large size package
MERRY PARTY PICNICKED AT, February 5th, 6th and 7th. In Arcade :
RUSSELL'S POINT building, Pine street. Next door to :

SNOW-MELLOW, one special Egg Branch's, store room formerly 'occupied I' New Two-Story Modern j '

With :Miss Norma Bunch as hostess, by People's National bank. ".
Beater. and Mrs. Bunch as chaperon, fourteen Fancy table, prize suppers, cream : House block from z
be one
will
couples spent last evening picnicking and cake. Delicious suppers : ,
at Russell's Point. The bright moon- served. Read the menu:
light made boating most enjoyable, Thursday Night i Lucerne Circle.
: and an informal dance followed the Celery and Pickles
: delicious basket cupper served in the Cold Roast Beef Ham
i : pavilion. Chicken Salad Helen Wright Owner i
Dickson & lies Creamed Irish Potatoes ,

Made Rolls
: FREE! Saturday, Feb. 7th. Egg Home 113 AMERICA STREET
: 1 Beaters, with Snow-Mellow, at Dick- Coffee with Cream
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