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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 2, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00473
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.)
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*VOLUME; TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1915. NUMBER 304.





.: RAGING' FLOOD AGAIN MENACES DAYTON.

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MIAMI RIVER HAS RISEN SEVERAL FEET



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FEAR OF SECOND ,DEVASTATING: FLOOD DRIVES HUNDREDS ZEPPELINS AGAIN MENACE

TO THE BANKS,AND LEVEES TO FIGHT THE BERliN WRITER CONDEMNS

ONRUSHING ELEMENTS THAT SUBMERGED LONDON SAYS BULLETINBULLETIN :

. HUNDREDS OF TOWNS AND CITIES

',* TWO YEARS AGO : LONDON-. FEB. 1- -RUMORS ARE CURRENT IN LONDON
OF II. S. PRESS
THAT A FLEET OF ZEPPELINS ARE ON THEIR WAY TO THE ATTITUDE :

At Dayton METROPOLIS. NO CONFIRMATION OF THE REPORT IS OBTAIN-
Ice Floes Being Dynamited
ABLE. ONE REPORT SAYS THAT THE ZEPPELINS, FIVE IN NUMBER

*', To Avert FloodHuge HAVE BEEN SIGHTED AT ROMFORD, 12 MILES FROM LONDON, LETTER FROM BERLIN RES- Belgium was waiting, in the expectedwar
AND AT HORNCHURCH.IT to march down, together with
HAS BEEN UNOFFICIALLY DENIED BY WIRELESS FROM\ IDENT SAYS U. S. TONEIS the English, on our right flank. If

Blizzard Ties Up Wisconsin-Paralyzes'Traffic and Causes BERLIN THAT A ZEPPELIN RAID IS IN PROGRESS BUT NEVERTHELESS SURPRISE they had carried this out they would
THE LIGHTS HAVE BEEN EXTINGUISHED AT CERTAIN ;:have annihilated us, and it was only
Immense Damage-Steamers Jammed in Ice a Mile Outside '
LONDON RAILROAD STATIONS AND TRAINS PASSING OVER THE prudent on the part of our govern-
si Milwaukee Harbor-Telephone and Tele- BRIDGE ARE IN DARKNESS AND SPECIAL CONSTABLES HAVE SAYS BRITISH ROB U. S. OF TRADE :ment to give them the blow which

graph Communication in Wisconsin Is BEEN. ORDERED TO HEADQUARTERS. they had intended,against us.

1 *: A. Stettner,Orlando Winter Res- "Imagine England as defender of
Out of Commission weak nations and of the principle of
German Submarines Near Dover ident, Receives Letter From neutrality! The same England,which
Dayton, phio, Feb.' L-':-With the. coming of the second anniversary of LONDON FEB. 1.-AN EXCHANGE TELEGRAPH DISPATCH Brother in Berlin, Who has assisted Japan to rob us of Klan
the devastating floods in March 1913 less than two months away Dayton
FROM DOVER STATES THAT THE BATTERIES IN THE ADMIRALTY Chau acQpreak neutrality of China
'Y Hamilton, and other cities in the Great Miami river valley today faced an Makes DisclosuresThe
HARBOR HAVE SUDDENLY STARTED THE FIRING OF THEIR GUNS which has robbed Egypt and
1t. ,exact situation that led to the previous disaster. with the flood preventionwork I 1 TONIGHT, THE CANNONADE BEING TERRIFIC. THE PRESENCE OF Sentinel presents a most interesting South Africa, and assisted France to
pradic lly"untouched. GERMAN SUBMARINES IS BELIEVED TO HAVE BEEN THE CAUSE. pocket Morocco. Only Germany was
litigation has tied up.all movements for the safety of these cities. The letter today written from to be kept out while England France
Great Miami,,fed by the annual winter thawArises from four to six feet.'At Berlin. A. Stettner, of New and Russia were dividing the
Haven'l' up *
Dayton the ice floes are being dynamited and hundreds of men are patrol. Conn., who is living at the world. This Germany could not, as .

ing the river banks, and,levees.night and. -day.---f LACK 1 HAVING: MENACE E WATER( hotel, has received a letter from his I''one of the greatest nations of Hence the
world, tolerate longer.
ParalyzeMilwaukee brother, :M. Stettner wbo resides in any
Wisconsin Violent GermanAttacks Berlin. The letter, written under this greatest war which the world has

Wis., Feb. l.-i-A bliz- t. QUORUMBOARD SUPPLY date of January 6, gives a view of ever seen."Russia. ,
zard of unusual proportions is paralyzing In France the German conditions that is intensely wants Constantinople' and *
'traffic of all kinds throughout educative. half of the Turkish dominions; Eng-
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Wisconsin. There !scarcely an out- Are The letter is as follows: land wants the whole trade of the *
let in either telegraphior telephone. RepulsedLondon OF TRADE MEETING ZAPATISTAS MAY CUT OFF "Berlin, Jan. 6, 1915. world alone; France our provinces up

The Wisconsin Telephone company NOT VERY LARGELY MEXICO CITY WATER "Dear Brother Adolph: to the Rhine. But we are to have
reports' hundreds of poles down in : Feb. 1.-Violent German "Your welcome letter of December nothing neither"a navy to protect our .
several directions,and telegraph companies attacks on three parts of the line in ATTENDED SOURCES 11th reached me, together with your trade nor the trade itself. For her
state their w service has been France were repulsed today, according lines of December 13th accompanying place as a great nation, Germany will
hampered in all directions.. J to an official statement received TO DRAW STREET PAVING BILL CONTINUED SUCCESS OF VILLA letter from your namesake of fight to the last man, and will con
In several districts hundreds of per- from Paris tonight. The statement Guadalajara yesterday. Owing to quer! We want to live and let others
'sons are marooned 'on the steamers from Berlin regarding operations in the new political disturbances in Mexico also live, but the enemies want to
jammed in ice a mile outside the Milwaukee the western theatre simply says thereis President Woodruff Asks Brad- Consul Hamm Says Villa Ap- the mail connection, with that have it all for themselves, not consid- ':

harbor. Since'.seven o'clock nothing to report. shaw, Massey and Robin- pears to Be Winning and country has been interrupted for the, ering that the world is big enoughfor
yesterday morning four or five. yes- Last night was. calm all along the .*. '-.n .' last-two:months,, still:; ,I .haye.reason ails and that all,mankind is enti-*
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'caughtiinsthe; :'jam bave"fought' .front'"b t" this morning the" Kaiser's -: 'son to Draft Legislative That Good order'IsBeing to believe that Guadalajara has been tied: to $y" the ,eaeiitsand'the*, .

vainly to extricate themselves. The landstrum violently renewed the at- Bill Maintained exempted from the disturbances ,fruit of their labors.
fifth managed to get free, this afternoon tack on the British and French posi- prevail in other parts of the country?'!" "Some time ago I sent a postal card
and beat back.into harbor. tions north of the road between The Board of Trade lacked one of Washington, Feb. Dispatches 'At present there seem to exist to the New York ,Herald, protesting
i Bethune and LaBassee in an effort to having a quorum last night but a ,today from Special Agent Silliman three different governments: The against their hostility against Ger-
recapture the trenches 'they had lost ,number of matters were talked over at Mexico City, say the Zapatistasare famous, or rather infa.us. General many. In their paper of the 30th of 1.
TO OBSERVE liNCOLN'SBJRTHDAY after the fighting on'last Monday and and requests made of the members again attacking the water worksof Villa and his friend Zapata-are in the November '1914, they published my '

Tuesday. present relative to the work in hand. the capital. Agent Silliman says capital; jCarranza is in Vera Cruz, card, commenting adversely in more "
Several attacks were directed The matter brought up at a former if jAhe Zapatistas should succeed in and Orozco in Chihuahua. All the i than half a column of their editorial.
against the earthworks which, had meeting concerning the drawing of a sing off the water supply from the three o; them pass their time pleas- i Their defense was very weak; they .;
been taken and retaken, half a dozen special legislative bill for street pav- the city would be able to get antly, imposing forced loans or con I made simple assertions, but proved
MEETING BE HELD times. Each attack was. broken by ing jj-as gone into at length and Pres- Lei from sources to the north. tributions on the merchants: and ha- nothing. I, therefore abstained from
WILL the fire of the allies' artillery and ident Woodruff asked CoL J. N. Bra'd-: Dispatches from Consul General cienda owners. further discussion, although they did
AT GRAND'THEATRE musketry. shaw and Attorneys L. C. Masseyand Hamm at Monterey speak of the con- "Some of my friends 'had' to "de- me the honor to mention my name ;.
FEBRUARY 12 Simultaneously the Germans at- Carl Robinson to prepare the bilL tinued success of the army of Villa liver" as much as 20 to 30 thousand in/their article more than half a
*, tempted to surprise an attack with Mr. S. A. Johnson reported that under Gen. Angeles at that military pesos, but fortunately they leave all dozen times. If you look up! the New '"
CoL T. J.. Watkins Will Preside bombs and grenades against the about seventy owners of automobileshave center. Villa is reported as preserv- foreigners entirely in peace. The reason York Herald of November 30th you
-Judge Cheney.and Atty. French stronghold at Beaumont promised to join the Orlando ing good order. I for such benignity Jies doubtless I can see what they .have to say for
Giles Will MakeAddresses Hamel, to the north of Albert. contingent in the pilgrimage to the There is a general return to work i in their hope to obtain, later on, big themselves. .
The full force of the assault was Seminole county fair. In this connec- all around. Dispatches from Vera loans from Europe or the United **As you are doubtless aware, threeof
directed against one of the advance tion the committee invites all the outlying Cruz say the telegraph and railroad States; therefore they consider it my sons are established in Guada-
trenches, but the fire they met was so \. towns and the country people communication between there and the prudent to remain on good terms with lajara. Adolph, who obtained in Berlin
At of citizens and tour-
a meeting
etrrific that they were compelled to generally to join the Orlando crowd national capital will be resumed, the foreign residents of' Mexico. the title of Regiernngs-Baumeis-
fists at the office of\, Colonel T. J. Watkins -'1 flee. Fontaine Madame and the for- with their machines. The start will probably tomorrow. "Regarding life in Berlin, I am ter and' Diplom Ingenieur has alreadyput

yesterday afternoon, to consider: est of Lagrurie, in the Argonne region be made from the San Juan hotel at I Eliseo Arredondo, the constitutionalist happy to say that up to the present up two buildings, and would have
the propriety of a ,fitting observanceof are scenes of great activity.The I nine o'clock Thursday morning. : agent here, reports ,hat: General everything,continues almost in a nor- got more work if the new disturb-
the birthday of :Abraham Lincoln fighting continues at both these An effort will be made to secure I Contura and Geiy *"* ,t Hega were mal condition. On the streets the ances had not set in. Willy and Al- .
the following arrangements were places without definite results to report the right to park the entire Orlando killed in the ;r '.*'attack on Guada- movement is nearly,as lively as.usual I I fred are in business together and do-
agreed upon and committees appointed but at Bagatelle, also in this section on one street in, Sanford in lajara, i"ire ""reactionaries" and oth- restaurants and cafes are full of people ing well, in spite of the revolutions.My .
:, neighborhood a single effort of the order to preserve the unity of the pa- er Vista troops. there fe even a good number of eldest son, Emli, l.Sshrdluetaoi
The) time of the observance will be Germans ended in the repulse of,the rade. All owners of cars are requested Arredonda says they were not only young men about though not quite so Stettner is established in :Berlin,'as
Friday afternoon,, February 12, at 1 attack. to come to a full stop before entering defeated but lost all their supply many as in ordinary times. This a lawyer, and doing welL Rudolph,
o.clock. at the- Grand theatre which Quiet has been enforced in the Sanford in order that the party trains. Thirty locomotives, twelve I proves that Germany is still very well the youngest, 23 years old, has been '
the management has most generously Vosges and in Alsace, due to the may enter together.The cannons eight machine guns and I able,to.resist the attacks of her many working here in an, export house, but .
offered. '.It heavy fall of snow which made the secretary introduced :Mr. S. H. large quantities ammunition.. -I enemies. The press organs of the enemies owing to the war had to give up his
The committee of arrangements is:I operations impossible. Murrah an expert) tree specialist II I I claim that Germany is whis- place and belongs'to the landsturm.lIe .
Col. T. J. Watkins chairman, Hon. who has been d.)ing some work on the FUNERAL SER-VICES. FOR THE tling on her last hole, but you must bs order to hold himself hi readi-
E. F. Sperry Hon. Clark Robertson BIRMINGHAM BASEBALL CLUB park trees on the high school grounds.Mr. LATE ELIJAH HAND remember that our'armies are in possession ness to start for the frontier.' Also. 1
Hon. S. A.Johnson, C. Holt, U. Seely, OWNER ARRIVES .. Murrah has recently been em- of Belgium and the north of Emil;the lawyer may be called out' ;
F. A. Curtis, and S. A. Hudson.( ployed by the government on the The funeral services for the late France on one side and of Poland to any day. You,see, my mission in the a ;.
The committee on music is W. S. J. H. Woodward, Mr. and :Mrs. A. trees at Washington, D. C., and has Elijah Hand were held Sunday af- the Vistula on the other side. But world is almost accomplished 'as .. ;
Branch. H. ('Rick") Woodward, H. E. Vance, some very interesting and practical ternoon' from the home at 3 o'clock all their efforts to inv-'de Germany nearly all of my five sons,are standing a
The special committee on publica- of Wheeling, W. Va., and,:Miss Petti- information on .thEse: matters. He and v re largely attended. The Rev.' have been fruitless.. Besides our on their own feet, and able, to
tion, etc, is' S. A. Johnson U. Seely, grew, a nurse arrived in Orlando yes- made a short talk and made some Dr.,Jpo. W. Stagg pastor of the friends, the Turks with 300 million take care of themselves. I am..highly- 4
and Hon. E. F. Sperry. terday afternoon and will spend the suggestions as to the city trees. Prestyterian church, officiated and :Mohammedants are menacing Egypt pleased to hear that your children'. '1
1 Judge J. :M. Cheney and Atty. Le- winter season, as in previous years, The president requested Mr. J. C. preaChed a comforting and beautiful with the Suez canal and stirring up are also doing well and affording you -:
Roy B. Giles have kindly consented to I.I.at LaBelle. Mr. A. H. Woodward is Patterson and Secretary Howard to sermon. Many gorgeous floral offer- trouble in India Morocco, Afghanistan pleasure and satisfaction When you i
address the meeting. father-in-law of Oscar Under intorduce Mr. Murrah to the park ings were in evidence, a tribute to; : ; in short, all thecolonies, of Eng write again please give me the, address A
Col. T. J. Watkins will preside. I wood, Democratic leader in the house commission. Those present were a the memory of a most beloved man. : land and France,as also in the Caucasus of Tally in New: York. .If ever -
of representatives. A. H. Woodwardis unit on the necessity for some law be- The remains were shipped Sunday I where they are fighting victo- I 1 should make up my mind to-visit,
TWENTY-TWO. DRUNKS FINED chief owner of the Birmingham ing secured whereby the city should night to:the old home at Shelbyville I riously against the Russians."I my sons in Guadalajara I would'be j ;J
DURING JANUARY baseball club of the Southern League. govern the tree proposition so that Ind., for interment. The pall bearers! must say that the hostile tone of pleased to call on .her and ,her bus'I! :
i The club will arrive in Orlando Feb- these important and valuable posses- were H. L. Beeman, M. O. Overstreet,I the larger part of the American press "Y 00 seem to be living quite"' pleasantly .
During January 22 drunks were ar- ruary 26 for their training season. sions may be preserved from disease C. P. Dow, George Nolan, W. R. has caused here the most painful sur- dividing your tune. between -i
rested and fined $5. As most of them and the careless and wanton assaultsof O'Neal, and M. M. Smith. prise. We can not understand why New Haven in the summer and Florida .. .;
had the money to get drunk on they DEATH OF MRS. BIDDLE the improvident as well as the ignorant they favor England, which pretendsto in the..winter. Gretchen, myself s. f
also had the money to pay their fines doctoring of those who mean DEATH OF MRS. ARNOLD sway over all the oceans of the and the rest are enjoying good health. x
from Mrs. Ellen F. Biddle, of Anderson, The and which robs the United and hoping that this letter may reach ;
the city getting this source well but do not know. officialsof word, Ia
Mrs. A. Arnold 77
Mary years old and dear onesin, the best, (,( ,, .
hut. died Sunday morning at the age trade with you your ; : ,
the their
legitimate
$110. To complete record for the board are anxious that the She States of .t
died formerly ,
Sunday morning. i health I remainyour affection to
January the following were fined $5 of 66 years. The remains were members rally to the remaining meet-. resided in New York. The funeral the neutrals, while they oppose and I"Ii
court--atl shipped to her former home for condemn in the most bitter irother 1r '. i
yesterday in police drunk ings of the winter. services were held yesterday after- Germany I 1L:&'mNE :\
cases: Oscar'Giles: ,, Mack Morris, burial.g Sometimes" there, is criticism be- noon at 3 o'clock Rev. Rickert offi- terms, apparently for the only reason i S.--The United.$'aW are.yllingywheat -*. '=
Jim 'Jackson: ;,-Vernon Rowe, and Ar- cause it appears that a certain few ciating.. Interment was in Orlando that Germany' has occupied' Belgium. I and ,meat to England aid 1 .. !
nold Jones. James Thomason was THE WEATHER seem to be figuring in the affairs of The United States press does not l,France. If they want to show. fair :
fined '$1 fer">riding his bicycle without Florida:* 'Partly 'cloudy Tuesday, the,board but there is only one rea- cemetery. seem. to know, or want to know :that neutrality, they it ought* ,to sell under te us*h* 1 :
1 also and bring" to Germany
lights,, and Paul .Anderson $2.sO. probably local rains .in peninsula; son for-this, and that" is, the rank and ,Bring your pictures to.'Curtis,, & Belgium has had a secret treaty with :the American, flag, defying English -'.
Arthur Williams $2.50 and Owen Williams copier in north* and central portions. file fail td turn out and the"work is O'Nea1-"aIl. styles, of moulding, and France and England for some years I intervention. What, Js "fafto.the ?
J10, fa* gambling. Wednesday,fair;:cooler in peninsula. .left to:those who do. .1 framework" ,.fully guaranteed. .past, and it is positively: proved that t ;oose., is fair to,the gander.** '
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NEWS NOTES OF INTEREST A party of Michigan tourists, liv- j fllliilHtlliltlMliMlllllllllltllMIH'MIIIIM

t: HOTELS ing in a St. Augustine cottage, found {

Tramps and crooks of all kinds are a live alligator in their wood pile one |I 1 Seeds Seeds Seeds \
coming into Florida for the winter afternoon last week. One of them !!

THE KEYSTONE HOTEL harvest. Look out for them. An valiantly caught the 'gator by the

ounce of prevention is worth a poundof tail and held on until the others
Corner West and Church Streets
NEW
STORE
cure. bravely roped the monster. They are
Splendid service Excellent rooms. Hot and cold water. One of the best
-- all proud of their captive have
quite
cooks in the state. Rates $100 per week and up. Special rates to partieswishing ;
table board. The hundredth anniversary of the had his picture taken in the midst of NEW SEEDS'Sweet

W. G. DUNCAN, Prop battle of New Orleans occurred Jan- the family group and are busy mail-
uary 8, of this year. This battle was ,ing postals home. We are unable to
fought two weeks after the treaty of give authentic information as to how Corn, Field Corn, Peas, Beans, Etc. We

THE WINDERMEREChoice peace had been signed, because neither many inches the captive measures. ; guarantee our seeds to be fresh.
party had heard that peace had -o-

Location All Modern Conveniences been declared. News traveled slowlya II Let it be understood that Floridais Don't be disappointed, come to us. for Drugs

Excellent Table Good Water Reasonable Rates hundred years ago. not "the poor man's paradise. J and Garden Seed.City .
- What we need to develop this stateis
On Beautiful Lake Lucerne Orlando Fla. Ocala is have .
to a Carnegie library.The resourceful men of means; brainymen

building is to be of stucco, with with money; strong men pos-
tile roof and handsome interior fur- sessed of enough to enable them to
GROVE" OX LAKE APOPKA
VISIT "COLLIER -
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nishings. Work is to. begin as soon make a start in a country where con- Drug Store"A
FOR TilE BEST FISHING
as a few minor details can be ar ditions are entirely different from
On main country road, four miles east of Clermont and three miles west of
ranged. We congratulate Ocala.
anything in their former experience.
Ookland; 16 miles west of Orlando, at Bear's Gap Station, T. & G. R. R. -- GOOD DRUG STORE."
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Parking place for Autos. Fine Pier and Pavilion and Picnic Grounds. Tripsto
.Want to know about Gasparilla'Ask J. P. Davidson, of Palmetto, caught I
wonderful Steel Motor and Row Boats, well equipped,
"Boiling Springs. IDEALIST Ph.G.
J. L.
Better be there when
Tampa. a live otter in his field the other day, ,
for hire. Agents for Ferro Motors andIuIlin's Steel Boats.
the old pirates take the city.0 :with his bare hands. The animal was
Oakland Office with T. Connell, Grocer. Telephone at residence, "Collier r I "I"11111 C I G .111 iI II 0 III G 11111.1111 It MHMl
-- I five feet, five inches, from tip to tip,
Grove," call Monte Verde. Pavilion on pier. Can be engaged for dancing According to "Good Roads," the .and weighed about 45 pounds. He _

purposes. convicts of Colorado work on the could not be hired to catch anotherone -

roads without guards, stockades, or in the same way. .The otter is The i4ei'3et:
striped clothing. Under this honor dead otter, and the
Home Comforts Service Finest Rooms in City now a man hopeshis
t system, the amount of work done has hands will heal in time, if blood OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

Sanitary Inspection Rated 100 been largely increased, most of them poisoning can be prevented. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
working with an energy seldom seen --0--
elsewhere. about in hun- FRESH AND SALT MEATS
Only one a Some papers take editorials from
THE NEW GRAND dred have made any attempt to get other journals and print as their own; Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
screened from the flies and fresh
away. others use the word "Exchange; Everything away kept
HENRY BflRTLETT., Prop. - others, like the Tampa Tribune, are and pure.

Nearly half of the stockholders of careful to give the name of the pa- We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We haveevel'.thlng

European Plan 15 West Pine St., the Pennsylvania railroad are wo- per from which they clip. To which in the Meat Line. t
men. class do you belong, brother editor0 ?
Rooms with Bath Orlando, Fla.
- - H. jVt. Self & Co.
The St. Petersburg Independentgives The land shark is doing the fair

: away its entire edition every land of Florida a vast deal of harm. PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET

I TOURISTS ATTENTION! day that the sun does not shine before Kill him. Publicity, without mercy,

the paper goes to press in the after- is the proper medicine.0 .
: We Serve the Finest Jlenls in Orlando
noon. Old Sol put one over on it -
k Prepared by our New York Cook Monday, the 11th, by keeping behind I' Take down those old "For Sale" New Line of Popular Sheet

the clouds until the paper went to signs. They give your property a
: 100 Rooms Bath, Steam Heat. $1.00 press, with its "Free TodayDon'tPay" black Music Just ReceivedAll

headlines, then coming out

; Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water bright and smiling at the big joke. the latest New York hits. Watch our
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new railroad is projected to extend ee.F music counter if you wish to know, about the
EMPIRE HOTEL
. from West Palm Beach into the ForSale music that is 'all the rage11 in the eastern -

;' 54 Light Housekeeping Rooms Everglades. The promoters have or- F r cities. It is here today and gone tomorrow -
estab-
ganized a company and have but tomorrow we have something still
lished headquarters in a well fur-
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nished suite of fine offices in West _
,t ROSSMORE INNWindermere Palm Beach. The road is to be called W. S. BRANCH '

the Palm Beach & Everglades rail- ,
*t" r J17: -Orange grove; has been
road. I The Arcade Book and Music Store
This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric' -0On set out a year; select budded trees,I _ _
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lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with the Hillsboro canal, eight miles orange and grapefruit; there are --- ;;
l' bath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish- from Lake Okeechobee, is a colony of .
ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. about seventy people, with horses, 111-2 acres in the grove; located on

cattle and farming implements. Near Lake Jem Mary, between Lake Conway -

k Near here is an immense caterpillar and Lake Jennie Jewel, 3-4 of a '
: THE OSCEOLASTEAM tractor at work, pulling twenty eight-
inch plows and plowing about ten mile from Pine Castle road soon to .

acres a day. be bricked; new up to date.seven room ;
HEAT THROUGHOUT
--0- house; good large barn and other .....1

Magnolia and Robinson Ave, J. W. HURLEY, Manager Don't condemn the buildings. This proposition is for SHARE IN PROFITS ,
until you see them. BUYERS TO
- sandoldS quick sale on easy terms. Inquire of LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS I'Effective ,
Electric Lights Baths Open the Year Round a
What a good thing
Jr. office in Arcade i
J. B. Magruder, ; from August 1, 1914 to August
rest of the state that Straub aLd
European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite against any reduction -
Powell are both in the same county. or see the owner. 1,1915 and guaranteed
during that time: 1
0To -
G. M. BISSELLL
raise funds for Belgium seems $555.00
Touring Car 1f
quite the swell thing to do nowadays.

b Sometimes, we fear, to the neglectof at grove 1-28-lm f Runabout 505.00 i.I i.-

the suffering poor in our own I F. O. B. Orlando. AU'ean tally e4l1 ip i

country. Charity begins at home.0 .
t..btain the .saa. "d'""
I' .rth.r.. we will be able
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the .ID' eat ta ourporcha.inc
- factery prrf.ct4
Journal, II. -For FineWATCH In our and _J I.. dep.rt.U if we ,-.cil M .ut.f 1
The Daytona Morning 3....0. can between the above dmtem. .,
C. Sparkman, editor and publisher, is CLOCK and And should we reach this pred.die1a. w. acne t. W v
bright, newsy and clean. Its adver- the b..r'a hare from $10 Ie Ut per car (.u .r abut
REPAIRINGcall anew 1
whe
JEWELRY
indicated that the A.pllt I.UIS) t. every retail buyer p.b--n .
and Au
tising patronage between August 1. UU
F.rd car
THE ARCADE HOTELJ. business men of Daytona are inclinedto on C. VATER whois F.r further p rti .Ur. recardiDe tIaeM Jew prien and.rel&-

B. MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop. give the new enterprise the sup- an expert' at this trade ihmrinc plan. M4 1
port it so richly deserves. A townis F. G. RUSH, '

First Class Restaurant Livery and Autosin judged by the papers it supports, with many years experience
and by the support it gives its news I Phone 226
Building in Connections papers. at. Youngs Repair ShopOpp.

Orlando, Fla. --n-- Post Office; Pine Street I

Pepole should not be encouraged to

come to Florida this winter without
IF YOU WANT A LUNCH
funds to properly support them. We
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have, just now, more people seeking
worth the money, come to Pope's Quick Lunch Counters. Our jobs than jobs seeking people and

food is not cooked in front of your eyes, where you are annoyed more laborers than we can keep at Tn Florida a R al H Estate&Tllves1MeCo.c

We must take care of our
with the odors and heat, but in our sanitary kitchen. Try a cup work.

of our Rowland Special Coffee, French Dripped. The price is won people first.

only 5c a cup. We offer you the best of service. --0- Fully Paid fop.A \
The Exchange packing house at Capital $50,000. .

Pope & Co.'s Quick Lunch Counters! car Winter loads Haven per day.has a capacity of ten Incorporated In Florida; 'Therefore: Under Stale Control,

Church Street. Open from 5 a.m. to midnight --0-

-- The Pensacola News thinks "We ]LL propositions offered by this Corporation are exclusivelylisted ;
have had enough war maps" so, in its be
also bought throughthe
time
issue of January 11th, it gives a with us, at the same can

"Peace" map, showing the approxi- purchasers Agent, as we need not to secret our proposalsfor

ORLANDO ROOFINGAND mate amounts of the principal productions anybody, the deal has to be closed at our office. This means

of the country for the past protection for the seller as well for the buyer. With our Bank
year, taken from an article by S. W.
Straus, in the Investors' Magazine. Guarantee furnished to the purchaser, if requested. Having con-
SHEET
METAL CO.
Other papers and magazines might fidence to all our offerings we advance 75 per cent of the pur-
well use this suggestion and devote :
chase at six cent. interest, even on unimproved land. We
less space to the great war and give price per

Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos, attention to matters at home. We hold today over one million dollars of properties in city lots, city

should give heed to President Wil- and uncultivated lands. Our
and and homes orange groves
Rubber
RoofingsCornices son's, suggestion made in his great country ,
speech at I ndianapolis, and think books open to all investors, if such inducements will appeal to you

Sk)lights. Healing Ventilating, Metal Ceilings more of our own affairs. We have -take the trouble to climb up one flight of stairs over the Peoples

our own work to do and enough to
National Bank and consult.
Works: 14 E. Church.St. ORLANDO keep us busy. ,

--0- HENRY BENEDICT President .
One good homeseeker is worth more ,

to us than fifty tourists. Take good
Phone 570
care of him when he does come and National Bank.
Office over Peoples
Try Sentinel Want Ads. help him to success. Don't let the

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NO CURE YET FOR THE FOOT I ARE YOU READING THE NELLIE DICTATES OF FASHION

t AND MOUTH DISEASEThe BLY WAR STORIES?
JONES GOfS JUST THE
lot advertised for $1200, Many broadcloth suits are trimmed SAM[
current issue of Farm and Are you reading the letters by Miss
with a reduction of $400.00, if'buyer with caracul cloth.
Fireside says: Nellie Bly published in the Sentinel? .
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would build, was boughtby "There is no specific remedy for These features are furnished by the Suits are trimmed with fur bands

the foot and mouth disease. Since International News Service, New .
:Mr. 'Samuel Brice of New buttons and tabs. Do not hesitate to bus line
My which has been serving for fourteen
I the germ has never been isolated, it York. Miss Bly circled the globe in trim any suits with'fdr.o you

York. We have decided to of- has never been possible as yet to find record time many years ago. She is - months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the
that would act either circling the bloody battle fields of Eu-
any serum as a
time it
The general opinion seems to be same always
fer another one. and the at the risk of life. Her lettersare
cure or preventive, public rope has.TIME
I that the proper spring suit will be t.
may be quite certain that anyone spicy. A woman subscriber away the short coat suit. TABLE

Corner lot, well located. Side- !who says that he is an employe of the up in Illinois writes: "I am readingthe -

,department of agriculture, and at the Nellie Bly articles in the Senti- Velvet, broacfoth, satin, taffeta and Bas Leaving Orlando, in Front of Evans, The Jeweler.
walks, water, lights, gas. North-!same time attempts to sell or even nel and they are intensely interest-
brocade are used far more than any
east. $1000.00. Will take $600if recommend anything of the sort, is ing." If an Illinois subscriber is this other material.
simply an impostor." interested you should be also. WEST BOUND EAST BOUD
buyer will build within one - Read Down Read Up
The litle corsage nosegay is worn

year. CONCERNING WOMEN NEWEST IN SCIENCE high on the left shoulder, but the A. I.IA.lIl. P. 111. jA.M. P. M. P. Dto

large one is worn at the girdle.
Wellesley College, a female institution To enable a woman to speedily dry One of the new combinations is Orlando - 6:30,Iol5 3:00 I 19.30 1.30 6.00
has put a ban on fudge, claim- her hair after washing it a Pittsburg Ocoee
navy blue and dark purple. 7:30115 4:00 : 8.3C 12.30 5.00
ing that it interferes with the train- inventor has produced a wire frameto
ing of the girl athletes. be placed on the head that spreadsthe - Winter Garden 7:4511:30! 4:30 : 8.15 12.15 4.45 .
Gold lace chemises or dalmatiquesare Oakland 8.00
hair. 8:00.--. 4:30 ; -- 4.30
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CARL DANN worn over white satin slips.
Java, when a man marries, he -- -
goes to his wife's house, where the Before electric meters are permitted -
The dark colors of gowns are
women sit in council upon all matters to be used in German coal' mines
brightened by rich looking acceSso-!
of importance and dictate the affairsof they are exhaustively tested in vari-
REAL ESTATE ries. WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver
the home. ous gases to show that they will not
-oAll -
-0- cause explosions. hear this before? Let the Delicatessen' Man do it.
silk waists in dark colors, with
Something new 1 Something New I
There
are over 3,000,000 widows in -
lingerie collars for finish, are increas- Try it. Ask Abo it.
COMPANY the Snited States and there is no estimate By the erection of a chain of stations ing in favor. Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
as to how many there will be for a distance of 1,860 miles up three or more .
-
in Europe after the war,.but it will the Congo river it will be possible to Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
turn back cuffs of the
I ICORDON'S Deep flaring COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES
probably be twice as many as we send wireless messages all the way Puritan and cavalier type and of the POTATO SALAD .

have. across Africa. same material as the collar are worn
- - J. R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'SPhone
with the fitted basque.Get .
CARRIAGEAND Mss. Katherine Nichols, of Cincin- According to a French physician, I 26 Bakery

nati, has invented and patented a tel- the fumes from aluminum factoriesnot
the news In The Sentinel first
ephone device consisting of a double only are destructive to vegetationbut

receiving tube, which compels the they also cause a form of dia-

BAGGAGE TRANSfER user to speak directly into the trans- betes to workers in them. 'I'I"II"'I.a""I".1'.

I I i mitter. -0.- Just Arrived 1915 Harley-Davidson
- The juice of a cactus growing plentifully -

LT. HARRELL. Prop. Mrs. Abbie E. aLthrop, of Granby, i in Uruguay is used with lime,

Piano and Furniture Mass., manages a mouse farm which in that country to make a brilliant

harbors over 11,000 mice, 500 rats I whitewash which withstands storms ..
Moving a Specialty ".
and 100 rabbits. She finds a steady and frosts for years. .
E. Church St. I
PHONE 487OSTEOPATH sale for her little animals from med- ARtEYD4YIOSON-

- I ical institutions, where they are used THE DANCING FLOOR :

for research work.C. f R -- .

From year to year various sub- 11tiF ,

C. TO STRANGLE TAMPA: JINX stances are suggested, tried out, :F
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER FEBRUARY 13 found satisfactory and then super-

Office corner Orange Avenue and I seded by others to produce smooth

Church St. Davis & McNeil Bldg.,I dancing floors. Now corn meal is
The Orlando Club
Country golf
Phone 419. looked upon as the best polisher of
team has been invited by the Tampa
the dancing floor. It is sprinkledover
automobile and Golf Club
to play
a
the floor, not too liberally, and
Dr. S. S. 'JonesCHIROPRACTOR return golf tournament at that city rubbed in by the dancing feet.
Monday, February 15, and the invita-
tion has been accepted. On Novem-
Mayor Corbett, of St. Augustine,
ber 18 the Tampa team defeated the
is at work in earnest to keep that city
graduate Davenport College 17 and I Orlando team by a close score. That I
18 Yowell-Duckworth building I absolutely clean of crooks. He has
; phone the tables will be reversed and the
209. ON EXHIBIT AT THE
Intelligent people everywhere put special plain clothes men on the
I
are being restored Tampa "Jinx" overcome seems assured .
to health by chiro-
and issued orders the
to to
I job police
practic adjustments, the new scienceof I
GOOD AND BAD CIGAR STORE.
removing the cause of disease. Examination keep a sharp lookout for all gam-

free. 12-24-lmo blers, pickpockets, and bunco men.
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My announcement of last week meant just what it said, that I was going out of business. The sale :


of the whole stock, fixtures, goodwill: and lease of store room, would? suit me better than any other way, :

but if I don't sell that way, the goods will go at cost and In many instances below cost as long as there is

enough to sell at retail, and then the balance will be auctioned off to the highest bidder. There won't be


any slip this time. If you want goods at prices never heard of before in Orlando, get to them before your

neighbor does, there won't be any more after the present stock is gone. '


Below are a few of the prices. have not time or space to name prices on all goods, but everything will be sold 'at wholesale


prices, and you save the freight besides, as I do not add freight to the cost of the goods. '
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WINTER COATS AND SVEATERSMEN'S BELTS AND SUSPENDERSWOOL BLANKETS 1

Misses\ Winter Coats, ______JUST HALF PRICE 50c. kind! for _____________________________40c $5.50 kind for __________________________$3.50 i

Misses\ Winter Coats _______JUST HALF PRICE 35c. kind for _____________________________2.>c
25c kind for ______________________________20c COTTON BLANKETS- '
Misses Sweaters ___________JUST HALF PRICE
$2.75 kind for ___________________________$2.00

MEN'S COLLARS- INFANTS RUBENS- $2.50 kind! for __________________________$1.85 J

Any at __________________________________20c $1.50 kind for __________________________$1.10
15c. kind --______________________________lOc $125.00 kind for _____________________-___95c
By the dozen or balance of box ______________9c LADIES HANDKERCHIEFS J

35c. kind! for _____________________________25c LADIES FLANNELETTE GOWNS :1

LADIES LONG SILK GLOVES- 25c. kind for _____________________________20c $1.00 kind for ---------..:----------_______80c .1

$1.00 for ________________________________80c 75c. kind! for ---------------------________55c
LADIES VESTS- j
60c. kind for ___________45c
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LADIES SHORT SILK GLOVES- 50c. kind! for ---------------------------40c ;3
50c. kind for ____ .
------------------------- 40c
35c. kind for _____________________________25c j
50c kind for -----------___________________40c 25c. kind for 20c \.1;
Reductions.MEN'S .
---------------------------- MUSLIN UNDERWEAR" Same

LADIES OR GENTLEMEN'S UIBRELLASLADIES CORSETS ECLIPSE SHIRTS- j

$3.00 kind for __________________________$2.00
$3.00 kind for $".00 $1.50 kind for $1.15
--------------- ----------- --------------------------
.00 kindkind for .50 i
$2 ------------------------- $1 80c
$ 50 kind for $2.00 ; $1.00 kind for
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f 1.00
$1.50 or't'
$2.00 kind for 50
$1 $1.00 kind for ____________________________80c MEN'S WORK SHIRTS-
$1.50 kind for ::::::::::::::::::::::::::$1.15 :

$1.25 kind for :::::::::::::::::::_______$1.00 COAT SUITS AND HATS 50c. kind for _____________________________40cMEN'S I j

$1.00 kind for 80c Many kinds of Heavy Winter Goods and Hats willbe HEAVY UNDERWEAR50c .
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sold at price reasonable offer will be J
any no kind for _____________________________40c ,
MEN'S WOOL FLANNEL SHIRTS- refused.

FRUIT OF THE LOOM: MEN'S UNION SUITS-
$2.00 kind for ___$1.50 .
----------------------.-- 12V&C. kind for ___________________________09c $1.00 kind for 75<*
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BOYS BLOUSES AND SHIRTS- Special Nainsook finish, 12 &c. kind for _____09c '

Hope Muslin, lOc. kind for ______-________08c SILK HOSE- ,
50c. kind for -----------------____________40c Ginghams, lOc. kind for ___________________08cGinghams $1.00 kind for ______________________________75c .; l'

35c. kind for ---------------------________25c 12V c. kind for _________________lOc 50c. kind for ____________________________40c

25c. kind for -----------------___________20c. Percales, 124c..- kind for lOc 35c. kind for ___________-_________________25c .
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THE DAILY TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Mr. Edward Dunnick, representingthe Beautiful Lake Eola'1 ,
Armstrong Cork and Insulation

South Florida SentinelMORNING POSITION WANTED -Respectable company of Atlanta, Ga., spent yes- I a
AND WEEKLYW. white girl, age 17, desires positionas terday in Orlando looking over the Residence For ,

M. GLENN n....................Editor dry goods clerk in Orlando. Anxious city.
W. C. ESSINGTON ......Dcwnew Manager to work. Address P. S., care 1
Box 35.1nter Garden, Fla. 2-2-3t SaleAT i
Entered at the poctoffice at Orlando. Florida -
u Second Class Mail Matter. Sir. and Mrs. R. L. Riley arrived ,
LOST-A bag of golf sticks, on road -
yesterday over the Atlantic Coast .
SUBSCRIPTION RATES to. Country Club. Return to Wyoming A GREAT BARGAIN --
Daily. 1 Year ........................ $5.00 hoteL. 2-2-lt Line from Racine \\is.. and expect to // < !
Daily, 4 6; Months ...r.................. Z.fiQ the six I
next
spend weeks in and
Daily, J Months ...................... l-Zii Location corner East Washington &
Daily. 1 Month ....................... 'J FOR SALE-A good lot of store around this section. They are pleasantly !, and East Street, facing ,

Weekly. l Year ........:._........... 11.\1\1 fixtures for sale very reasonable. located on North Main street. I II'I north. There is a beautiful view I-
Will be sold individually or in a lump i
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO : PAYABLE IN Call on or address J. F. Watkins, I I of the Lake. Lot is 75x150 It

ADVERTISERS: Orlando, Fla. 2-2-6t Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Porter, of Jacksonville I feet. House is constructed of

are among the popular Floridians log and shingles and contains
Copy for display and all other hand-set FOR SALE CHEAP-Three roosters 'I
spending several days at the eight large rooms beautifully ,
dverti,in* must be handra in at the business -White Leghorn White Rock, and
office .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. I San Juan. Mr. Porter is state agent'' finished. This property belongs i
the day before publication. This role appliesto R.; I. Red. Excellent for breeding.
changes for contract advertising: it is Also small chicks. 514 W. Central. for the Buick automobile and he re- ': to Col. W. P. Walton, former
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. -2-3t:; ports business as being exceptionallygood :, owner of the Reporter Star, who ,

Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued and many sales of this famouscar : occupied it about six months.
should notify the office in writing on "ANTED-By two carpenters employment -
being made. Business interests the
the date of expiration. otherwise it will be local. or in the country; | compel 1
continued at the regular subscription rates Colonel to live in Kentucky and
until to ia received.Telephone best local reference. Address B., care
notice N.mb stop r ...................... 24 of Sentinel 2-2-3t* Mr. and Mrs. V.". \,. Warren, who he has instructed us to sell the
arrived in Orlando a week ago from : property at a great bargain.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 191:;.
FOR SALE--Best cafe in the city,
Madison, Wis., to spend their first
--- --- Other business FOR SALE EXCLUSIVELY BY
-- -- doing a good business. -
season in this part of Florida, de- .
entire tioie. Address are I
Daily slogan Xo. 10: "Watch Orlando requires my
Grow!" Box 215. 2-2-tfc lighted with the city and its environ- Cooper & Atha t
ments. They have rented the Chicago 1i
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WANTED TO BUY-Florida sugar Cottage, on North Orange avenue,
Flour prices seem to be somewhat cane for planting. W. Berke 208 114 South Orange Ave.. Ground Floor 6
and have gone to housekeeping. i
"self-rising" these days. East Robinson avenue. 2- -lt Phone No. 311

o
1ED-Prh'ate instructions in LECTURERev. ---- -- ----
"Master of human destinies am I." Spanish. Must speak pure Castil- i

Powell, Clearwater Sun. lian Spanish and good English. Address .
E. E. Carr will lecture
Box 623: Orlando, Fla. 2-2-3t* on
o ]Christian Fellowship" Friday Feb- VENEER CORES OUR ANNUAL

If the governor makes the race for February 8th-save it for the Miniature ruary 5th, at seven-thirty, at Unity
congress his progress will not be exactly Fair at the Orlando opera :l Chapel. Rev. Carr comes highly rec- I $1.25

unTrammelled.A house. 100 children will take part. II ommended as a very interesting and .
G- 2-2-3t I able speaker. 1-31-Ctc Per Strand UpFIREPLACE

mother's kiss made Benjamin Come and see the Miniature 'Fair \I I CHUNKS AND i

West a painter. More industries a children's cantata given under the I OAK WOODOrlandoWoodYard LILY \WHITE SALE
would make Florida a greater state. auspices of the :Methodist Ladies' Aid. D. K. Davidson
o Admission, 25 cents adults; children, ,

GEORGE ADE- 15 cents. 2-2-3t j GOLF INSTRUCTOR B. W Kingsley Proprietor
PINE STREET AND It. R.
For the benefit of those Clearwater FOR RENT A large well ventilated, Orlando
344
Country Club Telephone
people who are hobnobbing with partly furnished room; terms rea- 9-30
sonable. 412 West Colonial Drive
"Georgie" Ade it may be of interestfor Orlando Fla. 2-2-3t* j Telephone No. 249. I II COMMENCES

them to know that John T. Mc- I -- _ -- ----- i
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Cutcheon a close pal of Ade's says $3,000 BUYS FOUR LOTS on Colonial 1- ii i
the most remarkable thing about "the Drive, east fronting Park lake
Country Gentleman from Brook,IncL," including a $200 garage and 31 bearing -
} is "the exceptionally large develop- orange trees; all fenced, and 7 I NEXT T FRIDAYLOOK
large oaks on front and sides. Phone
his "
ment of head 'fore and aft. 567. and we will show you the best

g 0 bargain in the city. .

SYMPATHY FOR JAX-

r Sometimes we feel sorry for Jack- FOR SALE-Ford touring car, 1913
model. A big bargain. Be quick. FOR SPECIAL
sonville. have of
They a great mass : .
Call at Ford Garage Church street.
citizens who are constantly struggling -, 2-2-3tc
to bring added prestige to. the Lake Eola and Eola ParkThe ANNOUNCEMENT

city who are trying to put new wine POSITION WANTED-Reliable New
' in old bottles; who think every city York chauffeur wishes position in
south of the 30th degree of latitude private family or garage driving.
Can give very best of references. Ap-
should help make Jax a premier city
ply Palmer Employment Office Or-
'little realizing that Orlando Sanford. ange avenue. 2-2-3t*
Arcadia St. Petersburg Clearwater, ([This sale the
time is now ripe for an investment in this particular expresses
Kissimmee Bradentown, Tampa, Miami I FOR SALE-On account of poor
St. Daytona, Key health,the undersigned hereby offers
Augustine last word in Fashion Fabrics
for sale at a bargain, his desirable section of the city. Property well bought will beabsolutely
West, Fort Myers, and a score of oth- s
I property located at the corner of
er cities in the South Florida section West and
street Ridgewood avenue. certain of I have two and demonstrates the Store'sefficiency
s have little in common with them. It This property is central, in a first producing a profit. or
class neighborhood, and convenientto
is amusing to see pink jealousy creep
into the columns of Jax's two leading school, business lake and park. three offerings which I can recommend as sure MONEY- in exhibiting the
Owner will sell all, or part, cash or
newspapers when they fail to arouse terms. Property consists of nice new
interest from the half hundred pros- bungalow fronting on Ridgewoodavenue MAKERS. "Cream" of the Textile
: perous communities in South Floridain has six rooms and large .
ceiled basement with flue, suitable for
an enterprise which they believe Call and let show them to
kitchen or laundry; lot 47x85 feet; me you. World both in
will benefit the entire state. house unfurnished. Price $2,100.
o Also nearly new two-story six. \l
room cottage, fronting on West street,,
. SEVERAL KINDS OF with shed and greenery; lot 46x117 I _
PROGRESS- feet; house partly furnished. Price PIECE GOODS AND MANUfACT--

In Sunday's Tampa Tribune figure $1,950.Also.

are presented tending to show the a beautiful connecting cornel URED ARTICLES
lot, 70x85: feet fronting on two
progress that that estimable city streets, and graded for basement
made during 1914. It was a good building. Price $1.000. For cash anda S.Y.WAYr ,
showing. However 1911 was the quick sale owner would. dispose of
all of the above, to one party foi Watch for(oil and complete announcement.DEPARTMENT
banner for in
year progress Tampa.
$4,300. E. N. COY. 221mSIGNS
Discounting actual figures the worth Insurance and Real Estate Agent
of a city is sometimes. portrayed bits

everyday appearance. We asked

a man who returned recently from a PHONE 172
Gold
Leaf and Aluminum, on
two days trip to Tampa just what he Glass or Wood
thought of the South Florida metropolis. -
Cloth Signs and Big Bulletinsa
"It's a gingerly little city," he specialtyI 15j
said "there are lots of people on the ... IIi
( have Morgan with me and car j
street and they are all rushing
give prompt serviceGEO.A.BARKER
around. Looks like they were pros-

perous." Where figures of a city

progress are not read an index of:
110 West Pine St.
its worth is made from observation. -

Tampa has "lots of people on the t ,

streets" and they are all "rushng $ lilllMMMIMIMIMMMIiMlllillt1 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIt. : I

around" we suppose as deep an impression -

of its true condition is made !II 1 The Proprietors of t
as though statistics and figures are .

posted on every Corner. .,

o i THORNTON PARK

IF DEFEATED, HOW ,

WOULD IT LOOK?- i

:Most state representatives want to ,

be tors state feel senators that they; most should state be sena-congressmen : : Cordially invites you to inspect their property. They r 1.

; many congressmen would : : promise not to trouble you with numerous interviews 4I
like to sit in'the governor's chair;

most governors office to step. the from United the gubernatorial States- I ; ; or press you to buy. Just let them show you these

senate. After completing. a term as : beautiful near-in lots and quote prices. Shade trees, A.

governor such prestige is theirs that

the chief executive officer of the stateis I | fruit trees, sidewalks, electric lights.

in line for the U. S. senate, for a
'
diplomatic mission, for an office thatis I: : Inquire at 905 E. Central Avenue, on the prem- I DICKSON YES CQ.i

distinctly superior to that of beinga .
congressman. A governor's rank is : : ises or ask your dealer. i

the premier honor within the gift of

the people of a state--a congressionalseat
is not. Very naturally Gov. I STORE.;

Trammell has an eye on a seat in the I ... .

United States senate, but to get there i ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEThe

he is going to step down. a notch en- 1 TAYLOR & THORNTON j Store of true service, of never-failing cour-

ter a fight for congress run the, tesy, of fair dealing, of trust-worthy merchandise -.

chances of being defeated, and then.x at right prices

after a term as congressman fight for -
ORLANDOJ FLORIDA
a senatorial toga. It would look fine, I Prop etors. :

for the governor to be defeated for .

congress, wouldn't it? ."IDIIIIIIIIIIIII".JI."LJ' II.I' "IIIIII''lilllItjl II I"IIII"'JI"

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Office telephone No. \\y9. Residence telephone No. 254 Admission 5 cents w D ; I

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WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDARFeb. i way, the "Bohemian Cradle Song" be- ''MMIMIMIIITODAY'S "

2nd-6th. ing especially beautiful. Mr. Walter PROGRAM
Drennen sang two selections which Extra'!-Four Feature Reels-Extra! j

I were splendidly rendered in his sym- The J. S. P. Co. presents the "Great
Reception at Tuesday"Bishopstead;" Mrs. pathetic basso voice. Python Robbery," in four parts. n Watches, Clocks and Jewelry RepairedExamination n i
What the New York Herald
!Mann hostess. I Miss Sara Siemens, Miss Millie says:
Sorosis Club, book review; Mrs. HENRY W. SAVAGE offers "Daredevil Detective Finn, at lIen- ( Free)
Smith, Mrs. Wm. R. O'Neal and Miss don A
B. Whitman, Mrs Victor Starbuck.A'I Engn in the act of accomplishingwhat
Beau-Not Club; Mrs. Sherman, hos- Roberta Branch were the capable ac- I so far is conceded to be the U At most reasonable prices all U :
companists.Mrs. : most hazardous of all the hairbreadth I
tess.Tuesday Bridge Club Mrs Wood- ED\VARD ABELESin escapades of the man who laughs at Work Guaranteed. '
; L. II. Gedge, Mrs. G. II. Edwards o
ruff, hostess. death. Finn who is doing the stunt 0
Mrs Hallie Beardall, : for the "movies," is pla'ingthe part
Junior
Matrons Card Club; Mrs.
Clarence Brown, hostess. Seth Woodruff and Mrs Paul :\ \lrs.I of the detective in the 'Great P\hton "A ANYBODY ABOUT US."
7:30 p. Mendelssohn Club served tea and cake in the the Exciting Romatic Farce Robbery.'"
hearsal Presbyterian lecture re-I Don't fail to hear the new musical
decorated dining room. Mrs. ll ::
instrument In front of the Favorite
Wednesday Bourne, in an exquisite wisteria "THE :MILLION"A today.
meeting Audubon office Society of Dr., executive Blackman,board Win-I I ored gown, with wisteria COI-I Five and ten cents. .llen & Oo.

ter Park. her hair, dispensed orange ade in the I I a.1U i
Unity Circle, current events; Mrs. conservatory. IMPORTANT MEETINGS TODAY JEWELERS:7O
Ho tores. n ;
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"At Home;" Mrs Haden, hostess; : .-
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Deaconess Pell-Clarke, honoree. Boy Scouts MeetingThe The Board of Trade and the school -. :: EI I E.I:

Bachelor Girls; Miss Guilda Hap- Boy Scouts held a meeting last board will hold meetings today.Lucerne.
persett, hostess. night. Those receiving Scout certifi- -
Needlework Guild, House.
Chapter cates were Clifford Tatum, Marion IIJ"IIIII&Q.I"'IIIIIIIII"'III'IIIII'IIII.r"1
7:30 p. m.Ien's Forum, discus-
sion. "Should the City Take Care of Freeman, Rufus Tatum, Charles Yel j :
Its Worthy Unemployed" vington, David Rambo, Charlie W. S. Coleman. W. R Rhan ; ;

Thursday Barnes Lindley Barlow, John Quinna,
Rosalind Club. Herbert.Barlow, Howard Bojce; David II
7 p. nu Dinner and annual meeting -
Bentley, Clifford Proctor, Scout-
of Orlando Peace
Society, Osceola SUN PROOF PAINT and satisfaction -
hotel. master Woodnich, and Assistant TODAY i
"Orlando Day" at Seminole county Scoutmaster Lindsey. The next meet- are as inseparable as
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fair.
Friday ing will be at 7:15 o'clock Thursday Paramount Picture in Four i freckles and red hair. Ask the .

Nullos Club; Miss Margaret Hart, night at the Methodist church. Be !
hostess. sure and all come. "Ask me." Parts 1 Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co.,

-- -- 205; So. Orange Avenue.
Red Cross Benefit Results in Collec- Miss Branham ImprovedMiss 'THE PASSING OF TWO GUN If

tion of $l2a; Mary Branham, after week's HICKS"A I Phone 261 I

The Red Cross benefit reception and serious illness, is much improved to- f

matinee given yesterday afternoon at day.

the home of Mrs. Harry L. Beeman, - Broncho Special Feature com- MIIMIMiCIIMeHICIMIMMIMIIiMliMMIilllMeitfcFORAGE

on Gore avenue, was a brilliant suc- Bengian Benefit Card PartyA
HEAR plete in two parts.A .
cess socially, as well as charitably, Belgian benefit card party will .
TO PIANO OWNERS
COMPANY
one hundred or more guests attend- be given on Saturday afternoon at GROCERY ;

ing, all of whom contributed generously the Rosalind Club. The affair is open "THAT ORCHESTRA" Clever Western Picture LARGEST GROCERY STOREIN Being behind orders much o? the j

to the relief fund, nearly $125 to all who wish to give to the benefit i iI ORLANDO time I intend to raise my price for

being collected. I' fund, and admission of twenty-five Just received a carload of high piano work from five to six dollars .

Four charming and attractive ;. cents being charged. Those wishing grade flour in 24 lb. sacks; priced I' Have had to pass a number of orders

young ladies dressed as Red Cross to arrange their own parties can do very reasonable. Also carload of Red from other towns to keep fairly up

nurses( with brass trays and a silver so by phoning Mrs Carl B. Robinson "BRASS BUTTONS"A Bliss seed potatoes.. Call and see with the home work. However the

money chest, were standing at. the or Mrs W. II. Lewis. our prices. 21 West Church street. present rates to all my old customers

front door as one entered, to receive -- 10 cents 20 cents Phone 638. 1-30-6tc will be continued. This is a thirty

the offerings. The young ladies Regular Dance Beauty Comedy. days notice to prospective patrons
were: Miss Eda Brewer, Miss Vida The New Lucerne hotel will give wish work done at the old
who
Mr. James E. Kerrega, wife and may
Miller, Miss Jean Person, and Miss its regular weekly dance on this two children, arrived in Orlando yes- I rate within that time, who can'also
Sarah Siemens. Wednesday evening at eight-thirty. Miss Matilda L. Mann, of Atlanta, I i the old rate permanently.Your .
terday afternoon from London, Ontario be given
Mrs. Beeman, the gracious hostess,'I --o-- Ga., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery for a stay of some length, and :'I piano is the chief loser if Wade
introduced the guests to- the receiving -i Notice, Please Martin at their home, 201 it.
does not tune
pleasantly located at the San *
line, in which were Mrs. Chas. Mrs. Fred W. Stanley, president of West South street. SAME LITTLE PRICES Juan.are I Ii 2-2-3tc C. E. WADE.

Tremaine, Mrs. Wm. R. O'Neal Mrs the Equal Suffrage League, requests -0-
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J. B. Lawton. Mrs B. C. Buxton, 1\Irs'l that all those willing to aid in arranging Mr. E. H. Brewer, one of Winter -

Mather Smith, Mrs. C. H. Morse, the suffrage booth at the Park's prominent winter residents, i
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Irwin, and Mrs. James L. Giles. midwinter fair will leave their names was in Orlando yesterday in his' J

Mrs. T. P. Warlow, Mrs John T. with Miss Robinson, at the ReporterStar handsome touring car to meet Mrs.G. i FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL 1

Fuller, Mrs. J. S. McEwan, Mrs. Carl office, as early as possible dur- M. Ward, who was en route from

Robinson Mrs. Alton B. Whitman, ing the coming week. Tampa to Palm Beach, but stoppedover

end Miss Margaret Hart, the assist- --oAT to visit Mr. and Mrs Brewer at Established 1886 -1

ing hostesses, helped in entertainingthe Winter Park From Chicago their lovely home, "The Pines." Mrs.

guests. Mrs Henry Gordon Gale and daughter Ward is the wife of Professor Ward,

The spacious hall of the beautiful Miss Beatrice, of Chicago, arrivedat a former president of Rollins College.Dr. -
Beeman home was adorned with Winter Park Saturday afternoonto URTIS & O'NEAL : j

bowls and vases of exquisite roses. spend the winter season, and are W. F. Draper and Mr. H. S. ,

The guests assembled here and in the pleasantly located at The Bachelor. Fairbanks, of Washington D. C., arrived t .
billiard room and music room to listento Mrs. Gale is an author of note, hav- in Orlando yesterday to spend INSURANCE LOANS -1

the musicale program which was ing written many school text-books, several days. They are making their j
given by some of the local singers children's stories and magazine arti- headquarters at the San Juan. }

and thoroughly enjoyed by all the cles. Her husband Dr. Gale, is ___ REAL ESTATE RENTALS'J
guests. dean of the College of Physics at .
Mr. and Mrs W A. Snyder, of .
Miss Eliza Wright gave a new song Chicago University. Mrs Gale is a .
who have been
Waltham, Mass., ..
by Carrie J. Bond, "Compensation," cousin to Mrs W. M. Glenn, of Or- \ sA 1
spending several weeks in Orlando,
and Galloway's "Gipsy Trail." Mr. .. '
lando.:0 left yesterday morning on a sight see-
Cestia Lawton gave the toreador -
ing trip down the famous Ocklawaha
song from "Carmen" in a masterly Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles left yesterday
river after which they will return Furnished South Main
FOR 5 Rooms
RENT---Bungalo )
manner, responding with a delightfulencore. afternoon to visit her parents Mr. ,
and remain here until they start for .
Mrs Mather Smith, of-Oak- and Mrs. Montcalm Broward, at their Street. i
their northern home.OSTEOPATHY. .
land, sang three numbers "I Know a home in Fort George. She was accompanied -
Hill," "A wakenin ," and "Dearest," by her brother, Mr. N. B. '
in her beautiful rich voice in a most Broward, who has been visiting in Seven Room House, South Orlando. '.

gracious manner. Orlando since the holidays.0 .
Mr. Fritz Hauer charmed the -0-
guests with several violin numbers, Blanche Hall, who has been DR. J. C. HOWELL Two New Five Room Houses, South West Orlando. i
Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon {j
played most artistically, accompaniedby spending a couple of weeks in Or- Kirksville Graduate 1 j
Miss Roberta Branch. "April lando visiting Miss Mary Scruggsand Consultation Free 1 :
Rain," "Bohemian Cradle Song," and other friends, returned to her Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan J
HoteL .
"Laddie" Mrs. For- home Avon Park after- .
were given by at yesterday ;
Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
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NICHOLAS & NICHOLAS .J.-uIllber. La1:1 tact
SENTINEL MANUFACTURE all classes of hair shingles
goods; prices reasonable and work
first class. Call and see us at 303;
Garland street. 1-6-lmo

WANTS ,
BUYERS AND SELLERSI

i buy sell rent, and exchange real ,
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., 1 r
I The Morning Sentinel Want over 30 years. Have handled over
Directory is the Greatest Want $20,000,000. Call and see me. ,
Ad Medium in Orlando. 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. ORLANDO
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Terms Cash in Advance. GRIFFIXG'S PECAXS

RATES No more profitable crop can -be
For One Day ______________23t raised than
t For Three Days _____-_____50c large paper shell pecans. Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection LimeMIIIIIIIIMIMMHilMMMMIIIIItlMMiaillMIMUMIMMMUMIIinilill
For Six Days _______________75c Grafted trees bear young. W. H. I
For One Month --__________$ .50 Brokaw, salesman. Office, 116 South .
A CORNER LOT This rate applies on all ads of Orange. Phone 267. 1-28-12tc .
25 words or less. If the ad con-
i Is always the Buyer's choice. tains more than 25 words the rate Established 1870 t...
will be one cent per word for
$ There are but few corners, each additional word for each in- R. E. COCHRAN CO., Inc.
Fair
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t and they are generally sold sertion.If 132 Park Place, New York Sub-TropicallVIid-Winter |
you can't bring your ad to Wholesale Dealers and \
Commission
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early. the office telephone No. 24. Accounts -
1 opened by telephone will be Merchants in Florida Orangesand
,l We have a house on a payable' the following day. Grapefruit -

t good corner lot, all modern Every Home-Every Business- Represented by RLIA. :OO., FL..A.. ..
f and up-to-date. Every Man has use for a Geo. W. Tull, Orlando, Fla.
Sentinel Want Ad. Liberal advances made on con

signments.R. FED 9-13 1915 | | i
r A NEW HOUSE FOR SALE E. Cochran, President.T. I ,

r L. Turney Treasurer.
e The price is very low for FOR SALE-Rhode Island Red eggs 1-22-2m
F this grade of property. Call for setting; fine stock; $1.00 for 13. EDUCATIONAL
Phone 708. 1-31-lmoc
l in and let take Get the news i& the Sentinel first. .
us you out and
Embracing-Agriculture, Horticulture, Floriculture, Domestic
. show it FOR SALE-Fresh Jersey milch cow.
t to you today. Call at Dr. P. Phillips' office on Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry, ,


t, business A few center.t minute's. walk to Pine ANY furnished street.ONE WANTING house and BARGAIN will l-31-3t call at ina L LaKe k Front L LotsFor t and AreoplansLectures the products of South and Entertainments Florida. Racing,of Polo all kindsA Sports \ \ \


707 East Central avenue can buy
t ORLANDO BIDING & lAND CO same. Will sell for half actual value. notable feature of the Sub-Tropical Mid-Winter Fair will be an exhibition S

t 1-30-St Sale of Angus, Short Horn and Herford Bulls by Messrs. Cobb & Denny, t

II North Orange Avenue FOR SALE-Five room bungalow, of York, Ala., with Graded Cows and Calves. These animals are warrantedfree

f PHONE 608 with bath front porch and sleeping of ticks and immune to cattle lever.. The bulls will be offered for sale, and ,

;, OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL porch trees.; pretty Address grounds M.and E. H.fruit, Sentinel bearing I cattle owners who wish to improve their herds will have an opportunity of get ,.

j" office. 1-28-6tc Four lots on PARK JAKE ting some fine stock.
FRED B. DALE and COLONIAL I
DRIVE EAST
! C. H. BRYANT FOR SALE-Five room cottage all ,
modern conveniences completely well located for residences. I
! DAYIS A GILES. Counsel furnished, 307 Broadway avenue. Apply Large Live Oaks, bearing -For information or premium list, address'I
31
I F. A. PEPPERCORN. Contractorf to Mrs. McDade, 312 Broadwayavenue.

f" 1-27-lmo orange Price. trees.Easy Terms Garage., if Low de- VVM. R. O'NEAL, See'y H. H. DICKSON, Pres. ; j

FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock
and tools, best farm in county; variety desired. IIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIQIIIIIIIIIII.'IIIIIIIIIII'I 'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII .
.fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- Phone 567, or apply at 108
"DIXIE LIMITED"Between to-date: buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock Hillcrest
F er.Bldg-, Orlando. J. Van Buskirk 1-16-tfc, own- avenue ..

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. FOR SALE-Story & Clark upright
grand piano won by Miss Myrtle Cut Flowers "
t J cksoimlle: Chicago and St. Louis Weeks in the recent contest will be y
sold for benefit of Baptist church tJILrion$c f .crKINCAIB
t t Reestablished January C, 1915 building fund. Piano may be seen Potted PlantsSee .
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E.
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} Northbound Daily-Southbound Weeks, 10 Washington street. t
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-'" 9:35 am Lv.6:08pmAr.. Jacksonv'e Ar. 7:30 pm 1-13-tfc Our Grand DisplayCarnations
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Macon Lv.11:45 am
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n 8:03pm Ar. Atlanta Lv. 8:35am FOR SALE-To those only who have
12:18 am Ar. Chattan'ga Lv. 4:37 am cash capital to. invest in winter
4.50 am Ar. Nashville Lv.12.10 am homes; also big acreage in groves and \ ;
9:28 am Ar. Evansville Lv. 7:30pm trucking; lands. Address Box 814, flllffSNOVBENt
635pmAr. Chicago .Lv.11:30 am Orlando. 1-8-lmoc
We will have a large
2:59 Ar. St. Louis Lv.2:15
pm
pm
FOR SALE--30 acres land, 20 fenced
this week.Special
10 cleared ready for setting trees; shipment I
Solid Train CompartmentObservation close to depot, 3 miles from Orlando. Orlando's Largest and Cheapest
:: cars Standard Pullman cars and Cheap if sold in 30 days. Lock Box
: coaches, between Jacksonville and No. 4, 1-3-lmo Sale
Chicago. Standard Pullman sleepers
Jacksonville to St. Louis.DINING :
FOR SALE-One seven passenger FURNITURE HOUSECor
six cylinder automobile, 1 year old, Jams, Jellies and Canned
CARS first class condition. Don't answer Fruits. ,
unless interested. Address Bargain,
.. care of Sentinel. 11-14-tf
Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
I Atlantic Coast Line FOR SALE ,
Terms to Suit Purchaser
I Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. Good citrus and truck land cleared,I CARUTHERS & GORE I a -
in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots, on
brick road to be built this year, two ,
G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., miles from Orlando. Phone 1024 4
Tampa, Florida. rings, or write II. G. Jackson, R. F. D.No. New Modern G ,
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2, Orlando for appointment. Grocery
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FOR SALE j
Phone
200
FOR SALE 75 acres suitable for citrus culture l
and truck farming, bordering on a

No.1. Forty acres virgin pine tim- frontage pretty lake on the and Orlando has one-half to Sanford mile 6 and 8 East Pine St. H

ber land, on south side of lake front, brick road, this frontage being adapted B Bin[ tile Neilear Rihl.[

tion.three-fourths 1000. mile from railroad sta- divided for nice into home 40 building sites; could plots be 60x200 sub- ,

feet each, leaving about 60 acres for: --
No. 2 Seventy-five acres, on lake citrus fruits and truck farming; five'I
front one-half-mile from Forest City; minutes walk to railroad station, .
stores, hotel, school and churches. I
six acres bearing orange grove; good \
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eight room house. $4,500; terms. When you consider location and rood
transportation facilities with other
No. 3. Twenty acres, four miles advantages the property's real valueis DR. L. ; Cook and Heat
from the city on lake front; twelve $7,500. It is owned by a non-resi- H. RAMSDELL
acres bearing orange grove; orange dent who needs money. He authorizes OPTOMETRIST .
crop recently sold two thousand three me to sell it for $3,000. Who- Successor tn Dr. C. F. LutiORLANDO. -) ]
hundred boxes. Three hundred boxesof ever buys this property gets a bar- ,
grapefruit now on trees. $6,500; rain. For further particulars, call on - FLORIDA
terms. E. C. Young room 10, McNeill & WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES WITHGAS
4 Davis building, corner Church street AND DO ALL KINDS OF
No.4. Lot 70x190 feet, on brick and Orange avenue. Orlando.'
street; high class neighborhood. 1-31-tfc O""nl':41: REPAIRING
1000.

No. 5. Thirty acres near hard sur- FOR RENT
Have You Noticed''
face road; one mile from railroad '
station on lake front; four acres FOR RENT-Nice, clean furnishedrooms
budded grove; six hundred boxes of ; till conveniences; large verandas What is S
fruit; one hundred and fifty thousand ; shady grounds; rates mod- HappeningEast
feet virgin pine timber. 3000. erate for season; close in. 205 Mag-
nolia avenue. l-2S-6t
J. E. CRAWFORD of Orlando

Office Orland Hotel. FOR RENT-Large, attractive room.
1-3-lno 11-8-tfc Inquire No. 8 West Washington St. Directly Out

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FOR RENT-Small flat modern conveniences Central Avenue?


Dr. BuckmasterOSTEOPATH NICE KnOx., LARGE, unfurnished.FURNISHED Jas.ROOM 11-3-tf A., T Thell ll y ll'll' Surely lJ IB Happy J

to adults only. 409 Delaney street. We offer for sale Seminole
10-25-tf Park Lots, located just at the
Graduate of Kirksville '--
WANTED City limits, on easy terms.

132 S. Orane Avenue WANED-Good second hand Ford

touring car. Address Cash care of Also miles from .
Sentinel. l-31-3t 2V the City
ABOVE PEOPLES BANK PHONE 578! limits near Lake Underhill, 5 .

... FOUND-A gold scarf pin, in frontof acre tracts. Standing round

have same Howard's by calling Studio.at Curry's Owner elec-can timber, good soil, surrounded by ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO
PHONE 646
trical shop and identifying propertyand groves, and on easy terms.
AUTO FOR HIRE paying for this adv. 1-30-tf

.FIRST CLASS REP AIIUXG- FOR CORNS bunions, ingrowingnails GAS DEPARTMENT

BARNARD & SON see the L. Mustard chiropodist, for men ORLANDO REAL ESTATE
and women. over Mc-
17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla. Elroy's drug store, .117 Orange ave- I :NCEOO'
nue. Pedicure and manicure.
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Embroidery, Laces, White Goods and Muslin Underwear :


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Once more we are going to delight the ladies of Orlando White Goods in the very newest patterns and weaves in
and Vicinity,with one of our Famous Violet Brand Sales. This Linen and Cotton, together with a great assortment of the :
as many of our customers know, is the prettiest and most Famous Dove Brand of Muslin Underwear. All of these will '
B I G I S T 0 R E I
. fascinating showings and sale we have. be days.beautifully displayed, and prices* made very cheap for five ..

All the new and beautiful designs in Embroidery, both in Sale beginning Tuesday, February 2nd. We urge you to
White and Colors, Dainty Laces of all kinds and widths from Sale Begins Tuesday Feb. 2) come, for it will not only delight:you but will be a great money a
all parts of the world. I sa\er. .

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VIOLET BRAND SALE OF MUSLIN UNDERWEAR KIMONA SLEEVE GOWN of excellent white Crepon.
Beautiful "NuFrench" embroidered front in blue, worked in
Every garment included in this, our first sale of Muslin OV dainty design, with ribbon run through eyelets at top; Seallops .
Underwear, is of a quality that is above reproach in its grade. finish neck and sleeves. &
q is first-class in every particular; each piece being t
cut as every woman wants it, full, but well fitting. ,' BECOMING SLIP-OVER GOWNS, with fancy front; eleb- 3
r ana =; seas orately trimmed with Val. Lace insertion fimshednth a
10 STYLES OF NIGHT GOWNS IN V. B. SALE, each 9Sc pretty bow of ribbon. I
UndermuslinsSpecial
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LOW NECK GOWNS of good quality soft nainsook, elaborate YOUR CHOICE OF ANY OF THE ABOVE, and five :
yoke of Fancy Hamburg medallion, set between fine lace other beautiful styles, worth up to $1.50, in the
insertions. Violet Brand Sale _______________________________9Sc ,
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CHARMING: SLIP-OVER GOWN, with Kimona sleeves, of LADIES GOWNS, we have other remarkable values in
fine white Nainsook, guaranteed hand embroidered front in Newest Styles in the latest exclusive styles in the Violet Brand
butterfly design, Val. lace edges, with beading and ribbon DOVEUndermuslins Sale at____4Sc., 79c., 9Sc., 1.38, $1.69, $1.98, and 2.18 ,.
around top. _
COMBINATIONS, Teddy Bears, Skirts, Drawers, Chemise,
SUBSTANTIAL AND DAINTY LOW SQUARE NECK Princess Slips and Corset Covers, at equally as low prices as '
GOWN, of good quality nainsook, wide ribbon in fine Val Lace Frch from New York City the above. To appreciate the real value of these Under Muslins .
insertion, completed with fancy lace madellions. you must come to our store. ,
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FREE TUESDAY ,

--? On Tuesday, the first day of the Sale, we will give I
; every lady who visits our store a Bunch of Violets Free. ;
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VIOLET BRAND SALE OF PRETTY LACES I
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ONE BIG LOT VAL. LACES, all new, fresh and i I {
clean, in Violet Brand Sale ____________________5c a
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'*. ONE LOT VAL. AND OTHER LACES. These are ;

1 L all exceptional good values, in Violet Brand Sale__lOc (f fL .c \.

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Our assortment of Laces consists of an immense variety ,
of qualities and patterns, all of which will be on sale at re- .
markable low prices. We are showing a beautiful line of -
-- Shadow Lace Bobinet Laces, heavy Crackley Embroidered I
Laces, Venetian Laces Chantilly Laces, Twotoned French
Laces, Hemmed Bobinet Flouncings, Torchon, Val., Linen and I
Cluney Laces. .

Dame fashion has decreed that Laces shall be very good this J HIUndar
L spring, so we have bought the greatest line we ever owned,
I both in foreign and domestic makes. It will be a delight to I
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SPECIAL NOTICE

r ... 1 We have made arrangements with Mrs. Burnett,
'' who has rooms in our building, to make all wash dresses

that are bought from us, up to February 10th, for the exceeding -
-..-+ low price of $5.00. To those who know the valueof
Mrs. Burnett's work, this will be a great offer.

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THE GREAT VIOLET BRAND SALE OF WHITE GOODS EXCEPTIONAL EMBROIDERY: VALUES IN THE

is Unmatched for Quantity, Quality and Low Pricing VIOLET BRAND SALE
ROOf GARDfN{ Special Lot of Embroideries, in Edges, Bands In
i sertions and Galoons, values up to 25c, V. B.
PAJAMA CHECKS, fine soft finish, free from .Sale __lOc
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dressing, 36 inches wide Violet Brand Sale __8/ c Special Lot of Beautiful Embroidery, in Edges,
LAWN, plain white full 40 inches wide 12/c THEATRE Bands, Insertions, Galoons and 18 in. Flounc
quality, Violet Brand Sale ____________________9c values to 50c. in
ings, up V. B. Sale --------_Il25c
.
ToNightFour

CLOTH, plain white, a beautiful fabric, for a CHARMING: FLOUNCING, 27 inches wide, in Trans- I
serviceable wash dress, 40c quality, Violet Brand Sale19c parent, Voiles and Crepe, beautiful new designs,
Four Reels at Every Show Four in the Violet Brand Sale ------------48c., 79c. and 98c.
LUNA LAWN, a plain white sheer material, 36 inches DAINTY SWISS and TRANSPARENT EMBROIDERY I
wide, 15c. quality, Violet Brand Sale -------________lOc Imp-Drama (3 Reels) Hobart Henley- very fine sheer, with white and colored edges of
Violet Mereseraw. very delicate embroidery,,in Violet Brand Sale 59c and 69c

SHERRETTE, a beautiful sheer fabric, with a high : VOILE EMBROIDERY: the new Terry border, in
sheen, 25c. quality, Violet Brand Sale ------_______19c SHE{ WAS HIS MOTHERNestorComedy. [ Pink, Light Blue, White and Black, 45 inches wide,
In Violet Brand Sale; ___
----------------------- $1.19
Hardly a store in America is showing the assortment of 27 inches wide in Violet Brand Sale ---------------____69c
these favorite white goods. They are here in a beautiful va- ALL OVER VOILE EMBROIDERIES, 45 inches wide,
riety of patterns and weaves and at prices never before of- in dainty patterns, in white and colors, in Violet
fered at this of the don't fail Sale -------------------------- -------89c
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season year, so to see this beau When His ALLBrand --
tiful display of Splash Voiles, Splash Crepes, Seed Voiles, Lordship p Proposed p EMBROIDERIES, Conventional Designs"on
Seeded Voile, in Violet Brand Sale ,. $1.39
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Flaked Voiles Dots --
Transparent Transparent Chintz figures,
Japanese Crepe, Organdie, Mercerized Lingerie Batiste, Piques ADMISSION FREE UNTIL 6.30 P. M.Admission We are showing a complete line of very fine Swiss, Nainsook
and Transparent Embroideries in wide and
and Linens, in plain and fancy weaves, all at Violet Brand narrow.
Beautiful Dainty Baby Sets in Edges, Insertions and Yokes,
Nights,Children 5c. Adults
Sale Prices. lOc and Bands, at very low prices in our Violet Brand Sale.




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Mr. Paregain, who has been spend- i v
'SAVINGS .DEROSITBOXES ing several days here, has returnedto
his home in Arcadia, making the
trip in his car, accompanied by Mr.
William.Osteen.Mr. .
and Mrs. Frank A. Gifford, M
Miss Mabel Gifford and Gordon S.
WHY INVITE LOSS ? Gifford, of Valley Falls, N. Y., are
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hunter
DON'T keep valuable papers and docu-
at their home on Lake Dot.
ments about the house where they may be
Paul S. Clum of
Valley Falls, N.
misplaced, lost, burned of stolen.
Y., is a recent arrival, and will spend

Think of SAFETY FIRST.A two months with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. F. H. Clum.
Safe Deposit Box in our Vault is the Mr. and Mrs. King, of New Jersey, .
safest place for such papers. The cost is have opened their home on Lexington [flit Your comfort and prosperity for
small-the security, positive.You street, and will spend the remain-
can inspect the Boxes and Vaults any der of the winter. .
business day. Mr. and Mrs. Hodgkins, of Bar UUi 191
Harbor, Maine, have moved into their
The State Bank of Orlando new home on Colonial Drive. I :

There was a large attendance at 1:1: II II It depends upon yourself and your
the Concord Park Sunday school. connections.A
:I Ii II It .
Rev. Ley gave a very interesting
talk.' The Sunday school is fast out-

growing its present quarters and the I 1 A savings or checking bank accountin
.- --- -- building of a chapel seems quite nec-
this institution is a positive
Mrs. S. Newcomer and Mrs. H. R. essary. The subject is being agi- step
LOCAL AND PERSONALMr. Ayres, of Kittoning, Pa., are among tated. ':.H;; It II I forward. . .-;
the new arrivals in Orlando. Theyare Mrs. H. Gage will entertain the -
August Wilkin spent yesterdayin registered at the San Juan for an Auction Bridge club Tuesday after- -
Orlando in by auto from :i. Start
coming indefinite visit. noon. .. ,
his winter home in Gotha. .:. ..-. 'r
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Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dennis were '0.' _
'Tis said a cat has nine lives .
a
Orland Cafe, special dinner, 25c. ; '- .', .
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piano has but one, which you will pro- among the arrivals in Orlando yes- '-.: ..:
-.
Mr. H. G. Vance, of Wheeling, W. long by tuning same. Mack, licensed terday from Grand Rapids, Mich., to ..-',.... -., .. ...-, Y. T'nv -
Va., is among the late arrivals at the tuner; tuning and voicing, 250. spend the remainder of the season,
San Juan. Phone 218, the Willola. U. ney and are street.pleasantly located on DeLa- ;: : f t: :;


Mr. A. C. Shepherd of Washington Heavy reduction in price of tires f - --' :
Old prices on 30x3, $11.70 new :
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the transients atc !announced by B. F. Goodrich Com- /
D. C., is among I $9.00. Old price on 30x31-2, '
thl San Juan today.Dr. I afternoon.pany came as We a complete don't know surprise what this price$15.75; new price $11.60. This is nota '-" : .,..- '" .. . .'. '. ... .., .. ;.. -_.: ---,...'. : ,.
it .
dealer's reduction, but change in : ; .
and Mrs. V. H. Gwinn, of Jacksonville -t f means new price, simply list-know 30x3,that$$9.00 we 30x3 have 1-2 a, list complete by manufacturers.stock. Orlando We Auto have &a 0"Q.j j ; ; .D'f' .

are in Orlando among the today.visitors sojourning I J 37x5$11.60 ply Co.;$32.30.33x4, Orlando$19.05; Auto 36x4"&20.50 Sup-; I Supply Co. .. :

Mr. H. E. Swabey, of Kissimmee,

Goodrich 20 to tires 25 per by manufacturers.cent. reduction We in Mr. Gilbert Lee, who has been arrived in Orlando yesterday and is .:'::-': _:-:::' <.::-:!-' ':' '; :.:';'." :,';'.: .<.-... : .--.. .... .:....:::::. ':: ;s,::';(<;'"" ': "
making arrangements with the fair
have a complete stock at new prices. I spending ac ouple of weeks at home I
for in the exhibition
association
Phillips Garages. on account of sickness, has recovered space
for the Hunter Land
building com-
sufficiently to enable him to resume
Mr. A. P. Newheart, one of Ocoee's his studies at the State University, pany and the Yellow Pine Lumber
oldest and well known ctiizens, transacted and left on the 12:30 train last night company exhibits.Mr. .
business in Orlando yesterday. I for Gainesville.
1 I __ Frank Bentley, president of the ,
Apopka was represented in Orlan- Bentley-Gray Dry Goods company. '
do yesterday by the following well Tampa, was among the prominent
known citizens: Messrs. A. J. Walker, Two Handsome Floridians visiting Orlando yester- NON {EXPLOSIVE[ I

F. E. Zepp, and E.,L. Ramsey. day. Mr. Bentley and :Mr. Jos. L. ,,6
Lake Front Guernsey spent the greater part of S2
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Osborn of Rich the day at the Country Club playing i iWT I NOT DANGEROUS{ y& I
mond, Va., who have been spending Grove and Home golf. \
several weeks in Orlando, left yester- wesirii ,
day for a visit to Daytona.Mr. : .1.1McElroy's
PropertiesOne .IK -

and Mrs. P. H. Norton, of
Brookline, Mass., who have been Pharmacy .
spending some days in Orlando left

yesterday to visit Miami. of them is the pret- .,

tiest lake front location in
EXCLUSIVE AGENTS
tire
Manufacturers have reduced ,
prices 20 to 25 per cent. We have a the State of Florida, with .
complete stock at both garages at
large and most
acreage a
new prices. Phillips Garages.
I modern dwelling.The .
.
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Winton, who
other has fine
I
have been with Mrs. T. II. Fuller for a r
several months, left Monday for their grove, with modern improvements !

home, Viola, Tenn. and worthy of
'
any further improvementsdesired. The rI if
Mrs. W. M. Bothamley, of Sanford, .
arrived in Orlando yesterday after-
noon on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. These are high priced SAN ,
Earl Gore, 510 East Central avenue. properties, but they are '

both big bargains. WiePocket Sfavc tiid \ ,
Mrs. John I. Gifford and Mrs. EllenP.
burns Lava Fuel.,
Craw, of South Westport, Mass, JUANDo
in Orlando for indefinite I - -
-
are an sojourn ---- -- --- -
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and are pleasantly located at r.

the San Juan. S. G. Oolive & SonREAL a


Mr. E. II. Tomlinson, one of the ESTATENo. you realize the comforts To The: Publio : '
leading real estate dealers in Jack-
sonville, who visits Orlando once in of steam
3 WEST PINE STREET heat running -
a while, just for a day, was among .,, ...,...., 1
the arrivals in the city yesterday af Second Floor hot and cold water I .

ternoon. I, Besides reviewing each today, take I y 1
and telephone in your ,

tilliillllltitI I room. You will find all of thought of every tomorrow, for those who I : .. .

Armies these conveniences in every get ahead are the ones who look ahead. .. jtP
I Europe's

room in the San Juan.
To look ahead means to be prepared i
Add to this comfortable - i

recognize the convenienceof when opportunity knocks at the door. .
parlors, halls and receptionroom r :

the always achieve when the j .
Ambition can
with night and day

service, and you have all financial foundation is solid. Convert a R i
I WRIST WATCHOfficers
the up-to-date service that share of your earnings into a saving each -

you will get in the best week and your ambition will be realized in '

and men are wearing hotels in the large cities. .

them. We have them in Gold, the future. e ;

Silver and Gold Filled---both for This institution offers a safe depositoryfor

Ladies and Gentlemen.Prices
those who look ahead. On Savings ;
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Always the Lowest When ; .e:
Accounts we pay 4 per cent interest. -
Quality is Considered.



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