Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00474
 Material Information
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 3, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00474
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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BRITISH FEAR GERMANS Anglers Raid Another StringOf -


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PRISONERS OF Big fish stories are now coming in string of fine horses ar-

HAVE BIG ADVANTAGE to the Sentinel office from the disci- rived in Orlando yesterday morningover

ples of Isaac Walton who are now exercising the Seaboard Air Line fromOca'1a OWNrRStllP\ IS NOW DESIRED[

Heavy Gun Fire and Superiorityof their artistic skill with rod and after being unloaded were
OVER5OYEARSING .and reeL The latest big story comes -
Numbers Cause Teutonsto I taken to the fair where -
from Lake Apopka on Monday.The grounds, they :
Fall Back at Several party went out from Orlandoand will be in training until the Subtropical YESTERDAY FOR WILSON WANTS SUPPORT j;

was composed of Senator J. E. Midwinter Exposition opens next OF SHIP PURCHASE BILliON ;
Buxton, J. H. Wells, and Will H. Tuesday, when they will be enteredin |

via Feb. FRANZ JOSEPH AGREETO Craig. the races which will be one of the CONTEST THAT BASIS t
Berlin wireless London, 2.The I t
The catch of the amountedto events of the show.
exploit of submarine U-21 in That the Better Babies i
45. Three of the fish The horses contest at POUCfFROiyi
: weighed sev- came from the stablesof FAVORED ARSTSa.s
the Irish sea is regarded as an inaug- the midwinter fair will be
en pounds each. The weather is now Messrs. C. H. Sprague and G. M. larger
uration of a serious submarine cam- T U than to be assured. Yes-
R ever seems
for the and of Ocala and include
"getting ripe" anglers Igou, racers,
paign against English commerce,
saysa great sport is in store for them.to trotters and pacers. terday fourteen babies were exam- He Had Been Requestedto
statement issued this evening by a
ined in Dr. Boone's office, assisted by
semi-official press bureau of the im- It Is Said That Government ---- a competent nurse. Mrs. Dr. G. II. Accept Compromise as ;

perial government. Departments Have Been MONTEREY IS OBJECTIVE Edwards is again in charge of the Only Way to Get Bill j

work this year. She had charge of Through 1
French Gaining in Upper Alsace Transferred to Asia the contest at the fair last year and
London, Feb. 2.-Between Rheims Minor POINT OF DUAL FORCES
eighty-five babies were in the feature Washington, Feb. 2.-The president 3
and' the Argonnes end in Alsace the exhibit and contest. There
were agood
today informed Kenyon and Norris,
Germans are being pressed steadily Rome, Feb. 2.-King George, and LAREDO TEXAS FEB. 2.-THE CARRANZISTAS ARE MOBILIZING many babies yesterday who had
back, both by weight of numbers and : Republican Progressives who visited
the Kaiser and Franz have their examination
by the superiority of heavy fire, him by special invitation, that he
wired, accepting the new proposal of IN A FEW DAYS IN AN ATTEMPT TO RETAKE IT FROM TIlE V1L- Today and tomorrow remains for the i

according,to official and unofficial reports the pope for the exchange of civilian; LISTAS, ACCORDING TO ADVICES RECEIVED AT CARRANZA HEAD- examinations and then will close would welcome their support of the ;

from the western front today. prisoners over fifty years old. QUARTERS AT NEUVO LAREDO TODAY. GENERAL PUEBLO GONZALES Thursday night unless, of course, ship purchase bill upon the basis o' 1

Artillery duels of marked intensity The pope addressed to the belligerent COMMANDS THE CONSTITUTIONALIST FORCE, WHILE THE there are babies who were entered permanent government ownership. !

have been fought all along the entire nations a proposal to release all ARMY WITHIN THE CITY IS UNDER GENERALS ANGELES AND Thursday night. No new entries will 'I
The president is quoted that he
front. prisoners of middle class over 55 :MADERO.\ be made on Friday. The contest is told -
these senators that he favored this
The heaviest actions are being
years of age who were married and better organized this year and more
,- fought in Belgium, where the French who have families depending on them. interest will be centered in this permanent policy from the outset, but )

fire is so heavy that the German bat- The Vatican has been assured that To Wage Dual Campaign Upon Villa unique fair feature. that he had been requested to accept)- .1

teries are unable to meet it. England Austria and Germany will a compromise as,the only way of getting -

Scattered infantry attacks by the accept the proposal. WASHINGTON, FEB. DISPATCHES TO THE DEPARTMENT the bill through. |]

invaders resulted in defeat for the TODAY SAID THAT GENERAL OBREGON HAD ARRIVED AT MEXICO SPECIAL TRAIN FROM DELAND He agreed also to their demands} _

night,attacks started by the Kaiser's CITY AND THAT HE IS CONFERRING WITH GENERAL CARRANZA FOR VOLUSIA COUNTY that the bill should carry a specific J

troops, both with musketry and artillery Constantinople Disturbed WITH A VIEW TO ENTERING UPON A CAMPAIGN AGAINST VILLAIN DAY AT FAIR prohibition against the purchase of

the attacks not being carried Petrograd, Feb. 2.-A message NORTH MEXICO. THIS IS NOT BELIEVED AT THE STATE DE- interned ships of any belligerents. At j
from several sources declares that Through the untiring efforts of Mr. 1
THE ARE CONTINUING THEIR GUERILLA a late hour tonight the special committee z
Constantinople is in a state of great W. R. O'Neal, the secretary and
Reports of the fighting on Monday WARFARE AGAINST THE CITY AND HAVE COMPLETE CONTROLOF gen- appointed after this morning's j
ferment, the government departments eral of the Subtropical :Mid-
record new progress before Nieuportand THE WATER WORKS. CONSUL SIMPICH, AT NOGALES, TELE- Democratic caucus on the shippingbill
preparing tp move to Asia Minor and winter Exposition the Atlantic Coast
heavy losses inflicted on the Ger- still endeavoring to bring the
some already have been transferred. TOWN SHOT AND KILLED ITS PREFECT DURING A PERSONAL Line officials have promised to oper-
mans in a series of sharp attacks and recalcitrant Democrats and Repub-
: News from Tiflis is that the Turks ate a special train from DeLand to
counterattacks in which considerable ARGUMENT. SIMPICH REPORTS THAT TRAIN SERVICE HAS BEEN licans and Progressives over to the -j
and Kurds have retreated from Ta- Orlando, on Thursday, February 11-
numbers of troops were engaged RESUMED BETWEEN NACO AND CANANEA. support of the bill.
briz to Udmintri in an attempt to Volusia county day. The train will ,
along the Bethune-LaBassee road. --- ------------ -
joint the sent there leave DeLand about 7 a. m. and re I
From the maze of scattered actions reinforcement May Involve Neutrality
but the Russians by a series of forced DEATH OF BELOVED MAN TO RE-WIRECOORT/ HOUSE turn about 5 p. m.
reported two movements stand out as marches intercepted them and drove Washington, Feb. 2.-A declarationof

important, these being fought west of principle in the shipping bill, announcing .V
the defeated Tabriz force against the OHIO RIVER HAS PASSED 24
the Argonnes with Perthes Ie Shurlusas the intention of the United
shore of Lake Urmia. The Kurds fled Capt. J. B. Wilson Died Yester- At Comissioners' Meeting Yes- FOOT STAGE
the cockpit of the most furious en- States not to buy ships which would
gagements, and in upper Alsace to Karamalik while the Russians followed day Morning at His Homeon terday Contract Awardedand involve controversies with European

where the French offensive is devel- the broken Turkish divisions. South WestStreet Will Cost Pittsburg. Pa., Feb. 2.-The Ohio belligerents, was forecast at the !
river passed 24 feet, two feet higher II
oping strongly. About $200 White House today, after a conference -
WHY MARTHA than the flood mark 7
WASHINGTON"The accepted at between President Wilson and i

HOOSIER RETURNS AFTER A The funeral services for Capt. J. B. The Board of County Commissioners o'clock today, and continued to rise Senators Kenyon and Norris, Progressive -
PLEASANT VISIT popular demand is the cause," six inches an hour. Reports from up- The
Wilson, who died at 5 o'clock yester- met yesterday at the court housein Republicans. president
said Doc Jim DeLaney, in speakingof stream points indicated a great deal
Eller of Noblesville Indiana indicated the administration was .
J. H.
Mr. !
why he put in a line of Martha day morning, were conducted yester- the regular February meeting, of water was yet to come from the make concessions.
ready to some
who has been visiting Mr. and
Washington candy. "You see, its this day afternoon from the late home on transacted routine business, paid bills, Allegheny watershed. The Monongahela -
Mrs. W. C. Essington in Orlando for
the past ten days, will leave for his way: the ladies buy it because its South West street, Rev. Jno. W. but did not enter into contracts with river was stationery, but flooded Opposition Denounced ,

home today. He will make the trip good; the boys buy'it for their girls Stagg officiating. Many beautiful the paving companies for the con- streams in northern West Virginia Washington, D. C., Feb. 2. Senator -
because the girls like it, and the boys have only begun to pour out water
down the St. Johns river from San- floral offerings were in evidence. struction of Orange county brick Fletcher last evening scathingly
save about forty cents on the pound, and it will not reach here until night.
denounced the cabal between the
ford to Jacksonville. Mrs Eller, who Capt. Wilson had been in ill health roads. Re- ,
and 'really enjoy the evening more. Scores of families in the lower war- and Democratic
publicans seven sen-
is a prominent businessman the for several
Of course the box is plain but every years. However, a motion was introduced ships wards of the old city of Alle- which threatens life the
Hoosier state, is on his first visit to The deceased was a native of Ken- ators the of
body has heard of :Martha Washington which named M. O. Overstreet gheny were moving, many of them
Florida but promised that it would tucky, having been born at Morgantown president ship purchase bill, of which he has *
famous the taken out of flooded houses in 1
candy, country over being '
not be his last. January 5, 1839. He removed of the board, to act as a committee charge.
at cents boats. The rain continued.
sixty a pound. I warm the
Addressing senate dramatically
Mississippi and engaged in agricultural of one with full power to act for .

VON KLUK'S ELDEST SON IS RE- pursuits. For the past six the board on all questions which may ne warned senators that the big in- ..

PORTED TO HAVE MET he has been resident of Or of the terests dominated by the shipping
RECIPROCITY IS LIKELYTO years a arise before the next meeting NEW YORK BAKERS MAY
trust at work in Washington. 1
HIS DEATH ange county, living for a time on the board, March 2. are t

Berlin, via Amsterdam and Lon- Apopka road near Lake Ivanhoe. Re- Two bids were received by the I
don, Feb. 2.-The eldest son of Gen- BHESULT cently he removed to Orlando occu- board for the re-wiring of the court ADVANCE PRICEJUMP

eral von Kluk. who was a naval lieu- pying a residence at 411 South West house, the contract being awarded to CARRIED CARGO HALF MILLION ..

tenant, is reported to have fallen in street. the Orlando Electric Supply company,

an artillery battle near Middelkerkeon SEMINOLE COUNTY FAIR He is survived by his widow and the cost being about $200.C. IN WHEAT MAY RE- ..

January 26. THIS WEEK TO BE WELL two stepchildren, :Mrs. Anna Warren H. Baker, Orange county agri- SULT IN SIX CENT Wellington, N. Z. via London, Feb.

and Robert McSwine. Wilson re-elected' the 2.-The cargo on the Tokomaru, re- ..
AH former non-commissioned offi- ATTENDED Capt. cultural advisor, was by BREAD

cers under fifty years old have been had many friends in Orange county board to serve in this important position cently sunk in the English channel bya

railed to drill new recruits. I and Orlando who were greatly for another year, the county pay- German submarine, was valued at
Monster Parade Will Leave Or- Advance in Price May Come
shocked to hear of his sudden death. I ing one-half of his salary and the $500,000.
lando Tomorrow for Sanford Any Day Chicago Says
The sympathy of a very large circleof government the other half.

SMITH AFTER CRIMINAL -Many Cars in friends is extended to the bereaved t May Wheat Goes CHICAGO "CUB" RESIDENTBert

ParadeThe family. WOMEN VOTERS MUST TELL to $1.65

The remains were shipped to Bowl-I AGES WHEN THEY REGISTER

Lake County Sheriff in Orlando first annual Seminole county ing Green, Ky., last evening for interment I IN CHICAGO New York, Feb. 2. The jump in
Humphries Star Twirler
After Roberts, Negro festival is thrown open to the publicat the Rev. Dr. Jno. W. Stagg wheat prices has caused all the New ,

Who Is Charged Sanford today and will be worthyof accompanying them to that city. I Chicago, Feb. 2.-Women voters of York bakers to prepare for an ad- for Chicago Nationals,

inspection. The county commis- 5 Chicago must tell their ages when vance of one cent in the price of the Has Home on Lake
With Murder
sioners and the commercial club of WEAR ORLANDO COLORS WHEN f they register tomorrow County Judge ordinary five cent loaf of bread. This LockIt

that thriving city have spared no efforts YOU GO TO SANFORD Scully ruled today. They must an- was announced today by Hugo Fred-
Sheriff Smith, of Lake was J
county to make the festival a worthyone. TOMORROWThe I swer the same questions, he decided ericks president of the Wholesale is not generally known, but nev-
in Orlando yesterday to take to De-
As Sanford is to support the that are required of the men. Bakers' association, who said the increase ertheless it is true, that one of the ,|
Land, Ed. Roberts, colored arrested
Ocoe'e midwinter fair in Orlando next weekso publicity committee desires Campaign managers said the ruling might be announced any day. premier baseball pitchers in the 1
Friday evening near the
by i
will Orlando and Orange county that all who go to Sanford on Thurs- undoubtedly would keep many American League has selected Or-

Orange county officials. The pris- citizens boost the Seminole festival day shall wear the Orlando colors, women away from registration who Chicago Wheat Soars ange county as an ideal spot to spend
oner was charged with murder. 1
this week. dark green and orange. Plenty of otherwise would have placed their Chicago, Feb. 2.May wheat shot his vacations. ,
Deputy Sheriff Allen, of Pasco
To help the good work along and the ribbon of these colors at the dry names on the books. upward today to $1.65. The highest }Ir. Bert Humphries, one of the _
county, was also another custodian of
swell the attendance a monster parade goods stores. "Show your colors," previous price was $1.60, in the fam- star pitchers on the Chicago Cubs .
the having business here. lIe
peace will leave Orlando tomorrow not only at Sanford but all next weekat EARTH DISTURBANCES IN AVEZ- ous Patten deal in 1909. staff, has purchased an orange grove '
after Tom Tillman colored
was morning at 9 o'clock from in front of the fair and on the street. ZANO DISTRICT ARE about three miles southeast of Or-
charged with housebreaking, who was
the San Juan hotel. Up td last night STILL RECORDED MR. BOARDMAN IS SATISFIEDIn lando overlooking beautiful Lake
taken in tow Sunday at Jackson'sStill
sixty residents of Orlando and Or- BUILDING OPERATIONS ACTIVEAT Lock, and when not engaged in following -
in the eastern part of the coun- 1
ange county had signified to the com- WINTER PARK Rome, Feb. 2.-Minor earth disturbances talking with Mr. Boardman con- his profession, will be at home

ty. mittee in charge their willingness to '. continue at Avezzano one cerning his closing out sale we are under his own "vine and fig tree.

THE WEATHER participate in the parade. The com Many new structures are being!|lof the most important being the low pleased to know that the results are Mr. and Mrs. Humphries and the

r mittee is anxious to have at least one built at Winter Park, a trip through ering of the level of Lake Paterno by above his expectations. Many lines latter's parents, Mr and Mrs. Sam ,J

Florida: Fair today and Thursday hundred cars in the great parade and that delightful city yesterday evi- sixteen feet after a vortex had appeared have been entirely closed out,but thereis Harris of California, Pa, are now at JI

every one who has a car and wishesto dencing many building operations.The in its center. That is inter- still a large assortment for the I their pretty place and will remain 1 1i

t boost a sister county is urged to music of hammer and saw is re- preted as indicating a subterranean buyer to select from. Mr. Boardman i there until Mr. Humphries reports to j .

Beautiful cards and booklets. Val- go. Drape your cars in the Orange verberating throughout the city, an eruption, which, in subsiding, drew expects to close out his entire stock his team for their annual spring practice

I(* entine day, Feb. 14. Come early fort county colors-orange and dark green index that Winter Park is prosper-i I into the earth an immense volume of and retire from active business with- preparatory; to the opening of

'choice. Curtis & O'Neal. Orange Ave. -and get in the parade. ing. I water from the lake. in the next ninety days. the baseball season.III .



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t WHICH OPENED TODAY O. D. Young has been appointed : Seeds Seeds Seeds j j
t manager for Orange, Osceola and '

THE KEYSTONE HOTEL New York, Feb. 2.--John Burke, Seminole counties for the New York '
f former commissary supervisor: of the Sporting Goods company, and will
Corner West and Church Streets Panama railroad, was put on trial carry a new motor attachable for bi- NEW STORE .
i Splendid service, Excellent rooms. Hot and cold water. One of the best
cooks in the state. Rates$12.00 per week and up. {Special:; rates to parties here today before Judge Albert B. cycles.
wishing table board. Anderson on charges of corruption in NEW SEEDSSweet

; W. G. DUNCAN, Prop purchasing supplies for the United WORK REMODELLING STARTED
' States government. William H. Taft, YESTERDAYUnder .
Corn Field Corn Peas Beans Etc. We
and Colonel George W. oGethals are ,
THE WINDERMERE expected to be witnesses, and possibly the supervision of M. S. guarantee our seeds to be fresh. %

Theodore Roosevelt will be heard. King architect, the work of remodelling *

t K Choice Location All :Modern Conveniences Burke was indicted first on :May 14, the old postoffice room in the Don't be disappointed, come to us for Drugs

Excellent Table Good Water Reasonable RatesOn 1914, and again December 4, 1914. Watkins block was started yesterday.A and Garden Seed.City .
The last indictments charge Burke local candy company will occupy
Beautiful Lake Lucerne, Orlando, Fla. with having accepted a'bribe of the room when completed. $10,000will
t $5,866 from Arthur Goldschmidt, of be expended on the improve-

: VISIT "COLLIER GROVE"-ON LAKE APOPKA the firm of B. Luria & Company, ment. *
lIe also Drug Store"A
t FOR THE BEST FISHINGOn Hamburg, Germany. is

main country road, four miles east of Clermont and three miles west of charged with having received $1,500an

Ookland; 16 miles west of Orlando, at Bear's Gap Station, T. & G. R. R. $2,500 from Pascal Canavaggip, GOOD DRUG STORE." .
of the of Colon.
and Pavilion and Picnic Grounds. a wine merchant city
, Parking place for Autos. Fine Pier Tripsto

wonderful "Boiling Springs." Steel :Motor and Row Boats, well equipped, J. :L1. IDEJUST Ph.G.
for hire. Agents for Ferro :Motors and :Mullin's Steel Boats. BIG BET THAT BRAVES WONTWIN ,

Oakland Office with T. Connell, Grocer. Telephone at residence, "Collier IN 1915 tlllllllllllllllllllllllill 11111111111111111 U III. .Mi

; Grove," call :Monte Verde. Pavilion on pier. Can be engaged for dancing DR. U H. RAMSDELi.

t-l purposes. New York.-A bet of $500 to $150 OPTOMETRIST

was made down in Wall street the (Successor t 8 Dr. O. f. LIlL- The' 1Aar3et
other day that the Braves wouldn'twin ORLANDO, - FLORIDA :
Home Comforts Service Finest Rooms in City That
the 1915 pennant. wager
Rated seems to express pretyt generally the AND DO ALL KINDS OFoP'rTCA
i- Sanitary Inspection 100
opinion of fandom concerning the L REPAIRINGEstablished OPPOSITE
Braves' chances during the coming FRESH AND SALT MEATS
season. Kept under the beat sanitary conditions.
The Braves played the most won- Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
f HENRY BARTLETT., Prop. derful baseball over a stretch of ten ,
weeks that has ben played in 132 Park Place, New York and pure.
f ever Wholesale Dealers and Commission We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
history. They beat a team
European Plan 15 West Pine SI., world series that was considered to Merchants in Florida Orangesand everything in the Meat Line. k

Rooms with Bath Orlando Fla. be the great*t ever welded together.And Grapefruit
; they beat that outfit in record Represented by :s=. HVdC. Self & Co.

time. And yet, despite that great Geo. W. Tull, Orlando, Fla. PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
1 Liberal advances made
fact that the on con-
showing, despiet
Braves have been strengthened con-
E. Cochran, President.T. .
We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando siderably, only the stoutest hearted
L. Turney, Treasurer.
; Prepared by our New York Cook pennant Boston fans for the are Braves.predicting another 1-22-2m VALENTINES{ [ AND VALENTINE[ POST CARDS ,

100 Rooms Bath, Steam Heat. $1.00
:Most all the business men I see are
getitng wise by selecting a good paper Toilet Paper
Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water when they want to advertise.If .
you want to stay well posted All kinds and prices to suit all
with what is for sale or sold, just Senti-Tissue the kind that is
EMPIRE HOTEL read the Morning: Sentinel-it is soft and cloth like.Carnations
tastes and books. Get
worth its weight in gold.It pocket yours
54 Light Housekeeping Rooms always gets out early, and it is
never stale; it is the place to adver-
while the is
assortment good.
tise if you want to make a sale.
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If you have a house to rent, or Potted
ROSSMORE INNWindermere want to sell a farm, just let the Sen- ,
tinel charm.If know. it, they will work it likea Plants, Flowers W S. BRANCH,

you lose your yard dog and think
The Arcade Book and Music Store
This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric he's gone to stay, just notify the Sen-
tinel, he will come home next day.
tights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with If you feel all down and out. and STRAWBERRIES
bath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish- don't know what tq do, just read the
ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. Morning Sentinel, it will drive away TOMATOES
the blues.
--------- To try to live without it you will PINEAPPLESFRESH
miss just half of life; it's a school
THE OSCEOLA book for your children and a bible VEGETABLES
for your wife. .
And now I want to tell with a wide
open mouth, that it is the best news- )
STEAM HEAT THROUGHOUT I paper that was ever in the South.I .
am sending in a notice that I hope
Magnolia and Robinson Ave J. \V. HURLEY, Manager will be in time to get a few free cop- CARUTHERS & GORE BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
ies for some Northern friends of
Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round mine.When they read about our climate .
they'll get up a little do, and leave New Modern G Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite Orlando.their frozen hillsides and come 'to Grocery 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduc

C ( Where with smiles they will be tion during that time:
greeted as they walk her nice clean Phone 200
V ....' $555.00
street, in haling pleasant odor from Touring Car -
the rosy blooms so sweet.J. .

1 1 ill EO Winter Garden, .Fla.F. SULLIVAN. 6 and 8 East Pine St. Runabout F. 0. B. Orlando.-AD -can f-.Uy cqaippcd.fBrtkrr. 505.00. -

w. win b. abU t. .Mala the ..sIa.. effld....
The city police last night took up In .nr factory prwJottiom, and the minimum cat. IB ..*
J. P. Porter, a white man, a stranger, -For FineWATCH purrhauBC and eta department If we rack mm tpat .1
..... Mt.JIe above dates.
)! can
who has been acting queerly. They
CLOCK and And rtw.ld w. reach into predacOw. ws acne t* pay M
turned him over to the county to be the kBjff share fream 141 t. |M per ear (.n .r lA.cm.t
REPAIRING .. wb. p.nbssea. a sew
examined for sanity. Porter is a JEWELRY 14S1S "ry retail bq.r
between A. mrt 1. lilt and Amgmtt U 1SIL
THE ARCADE HOTEL blacksmith, says he is from Jackson- call on C. VATER whois Ford F.r farther ear partiemlar r rr ville and wants work. Jailer Chalker sharing pi... sa
J. B. MAGRUDER.Jr., Prop. thinks the man doesn't need any an expert at this trade
treatment bust rest and food, for he with many years experience
First Class Restaurant Livery and Autosin
is worn out by walking and starving. Phone 226
Building in Connections -Ocala Star. at.. Youngs Repair ShopOpp.

Orlando, Fla. Post Office; Pine Street
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Nicholson, of I
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Orlando, were Daytona visitors from
IF YOU WANT A LUNCHworth Tuesday until Wednesday afternoon, .

the a come to Pope's Quick Lunch Counters. Our coming sonal effects here to of get Mrs.some of Nicholson's the per-

food is not money cooked in front of your eyes, where you arc annoyed had father been, the left late in the George residence Wray on, which Em- Th Florida a R al E mt & Iny tm nt C

with the odors and heat, but in our sanitary kitchen. Try a cup Park .
met street Palmetto recently
of our Rowland Special Coffee, French Dripped. The price is purchased by Thomas 'VetherelL-

only 5c. a cup. We offer you the best of service. Daytona GazetteNews.Mr. Capital $50,000. Fully Paid Up.

Pope & : Co.'s Quick Lunch CountersChurch and Mrs. C. W. Ashley, of Incorporated In Florida; Therefore Under State Control

Vineland, N. J., are in Orlando for a
Street. Open from 5 a.m. to midnight
visit and have secured pleasant ac- propositions offered by this Corporation are exclusivelylisted
---- A1
the San Juan.
------ commodations at Theyare
on their wedding trip and could with us, at the same time can also be bought throughthe

not have selected a more ideal placeto purchasers Agent, as we need not to secret our proposalsfor

ORLANDO ROOFINGAND spend their honeymoon. Mr. Ash- anybody, the deal has to be closed at our office. This means
ley is the son of Senator Ashley, of
New Jersey. protection for the seller as well for the buyer. With our Bank

Guarantee furnished to the purchaser, if requested. Having con-

SHEET METAL CO. Everybody is talking "fairs." Jacksonville fidence to all our offerings we advance 75 per cent of the pur-
wants a big state fair all to :
itself. Orlando is going to have chase price at six per cent. interest, even on unimproved land. We

Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos, "some show" next month. Tampa is hold today over one million dollars of properties in city lots, city
going to hold a "burn you up" Gas- and uncultivated lands. Our
and homes orange groves
country ,
and Rubber
Roofings parilla. By golly! if this thing keepsup
we'll stage a little show of our books open to all investors, if such inducements will appeal to you

Cornices Skjlighls. Healing \'entilalingIdal! Ceilings own. Kissimmee Valley-Gazette. -take the trouble to climb up one flight of stairs over the Peoples

National Bank and consult.
Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO Mr. W. W. Bell, who operates a ,
large shingle and lath mill at Con-
nelly, in the southern part of this ,

.. county, was among the business vis-
itors in Orlando yesterday. Mr. Bell] National Bank. Phone 570i
Office Peoples
Try Sentinel Want Ads. reports business in his line as being

very good and picking up all the time. --.

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..The lot advertised for $1200, Young man, if you need a job, go

with WASHINGTON after it with the got-to-have-it spirit.
a reduction of $400.00, if
Babies in
Better Contest Starts
The best thing that can happen to

i buyer would build, was bought some people is to get out of meat. Earnest This Week for
Nothing else will put the got-to-have- MidwinterFair
by Mr. Samuel Brice of New 600 CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE Big
it spirit in them. My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen
York. We have decided to of- --o- months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the

fer another one. SESSION Will it pay to "plant hens?" Cer- Mrs. Dr. G. H. Edwards, who has I same time it always I has.
provided plant some-
tainly you
kindly consented to take charge of
Convention in Session 4 DaysWill thing for them to eat. TIME TABLE .
the Better Babies contest for the Sub-
Corner lot, well located. Side- Talk Shop-}Iany -o-
Big Men to Make Get your printing done at home, 0 tropical Midwinter Fair, has arrangedwith Bus Leaving Orlando in Front 01! Evans The Jeweler.WEST .
walks, water, lights, gas. North- ye boosters. At any rate, do not Dr. C. A. Boone to examine all
east. $1000.00.Vill take $600 send it out of the state. There are babies who may be brought to him
offices in Florida that are capable of BOUND EAST BOUD
Feb. 2.-Captains of between the hours of nine and twelvea.
if buyer will build within one doing work that will please you. Read Down Read Up
Industry from all parts of the United m. and two and four p. m. on Tues-
Find them and them and
try give
year.t States are gathered in Washington to them your business. If yon don't do : day, Wednesday and-Thursday of this I A.M.JA.M.: !, P. M. A.M. I'. :M. P. M.
attend the four days convention of week. I
the Chamber of Commerce ,of the that, you are no-o-genuine booster. I There will be a competent nurse in Orlando - 6:30,0.15 3:0o..: 9.30 1.30 6.bo

United States of America, which -o-- charge to assist Dr. Boone so that all Ocoee - 73011.15; 4:00 ;: 8.30 12.30 5.00

opened here today. Tell the truth about Florida. Half measurements can be correctly re Winter Garden - 7:45-11:30-! 4jo :: 8.15 12.15 4-45

''I The National Council of the Cham- the truth is often the worst kind of corded. Oakland 8:001--- 4:3c. 8.00.- 4.30
CARL DANN ber, which is a federation of more lie. This contest is a great opportunityfor
a --------
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I than 600 chambers of commerce, -o-- mothers to have a thorough and
boards of trade, commercial clubs and practical examination of their chil-
Attempting to boost own town
I various trade organizations, met today your dren without cost to them. Wherever
its rivals is the
by knocking heightof
REAL ESTATE I to discuss the general business folly. such contests have been held the great- WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver

I affairs of the nation. The effect of est appreciation has been shown by
-- hear this before? Let the Delicatessen Man do it.
i the European war on American for- those who have in it and
Instead of devoting our energies participated Something new I Something New 1
eign trade and upon home industrieswas almost entirely to the production of great good has 'resulted to the com- Try it. Ask Abou it.
COMPANY discussed by the business men, munity where held. Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
perishable fruits and vegetables,
three or more
and a program of the national cham- made such +
which must be sent North at great Mrs Edwards, having a Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
ber's activities for the ensuing year expense, to markets often oversupplied success of the contest last year, has COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES
was submitted. been persuaded by the fair manage- POTATO SALADJ.
it might be well to give some
Harvey S. Chase, of Boston, ad- work
ment to take charge of the )
national attention to the production of things R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'S
dressed the Council on the
for this
GORDON'S CARRIAGEAND that we and our neighbors need, and again year.
budget issue. Phone 26 BakeryJust
for which much good money is now
John H. Fahey, president of the
being sent out of the state. Get the news in The Sentinel -
Chamber, will deliver his annual ad-

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I IL. Council two and some chickens, Mr. Trucker .
address the
will cn Arrived 1915 Harley-Davidson
T. HARRELL Prop. investments abroad at the afternoon ?" "It costs for feed. They would I
session. The federal reserve act and eat their heads off." Yes, if you hire

Piano and Furniture its relation to trade expansion will be those fellows away off in Illinois and .

Moving a Specialty discussed by Samuel McRoberts, vice- Oklahoma to grow it for you, but .
E. Church SI. PHONE 487OSTEOPATH president of the National City Bankof not such a big lot if you grow the r
New York city, and several tech- stuff yourself. Why don't you do it!
nical speeches will be made by trade -0-

experts. Tell the new comer from the Northto

President Wilson is to address the plant sugar cane. Almost every

Council on February 3. genuine "cracker" has a patch, both
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER for%syrup and for stock feed. ,Go,

Office corner Orange Avenue and NEW ZEALAND WILL PURCHASE' thou, and do likewise. Study the na- I

Phone Church 419.St., Davis & McNeil Bldg., CANADIAN, WHEAT tive ida. and find out how to live in Flor- ::: JI I L B

Wellington, New Zealand, Feb. 1. -

New Zealand has arranged, it is an- Thousands of car loads of grape-
Dr. S. S. Jones nounced here, to purchase 1,000,000 fruit are still on the trees in Florida, f/

bushels of Canadian wheat for deliv- awaiting better market conditions for

CHIROPRACTOR ery in July.ANOTHER. which there is but litlte hope. Bet-

graduate Davenport College, 17 and ter find out how to can, or preserve,

18 209.Yowell-Duckworth Intelligent people building everywhereare ; phone MAN MADE HAPPY or make something that has a mar- i.. ON EXHIBIT AT THE

being restored to health by ketable value. The Auburndale New < It

practic adjustments, the new N. P. Yowell has purchased a Hup- Era says that a company in that town GOOD AND BAD CIGAR STORE. VMMtMtMMO
of removing the cause of chiro-I mobile of Holbrook & Rush, the car I is doing'it with great success. Get
amination free.
I being delivered to him last week. busy ,ye grapefruit men. '. IMMIililtlHIM j.

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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, good will 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 i i *

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.


Misses Winter Coats, ______JUST HALF PRICE kind for _____________________________40c $5.50 kind for __________________________$3.50 .

:Misses Winter Coats _______JUST HALF PRICE 35c. kind for _____________________________25c
25c kind for ______________________________20c COTTON BLANKETS-
:Misses Sweaters ___________JUST HALF PRICE
$2.75 kind for ___________________________$2.00

MEN'S COLLARS15c. INFANTS RUBENS- $2.50 kind for __________________________$1.85 .

Any at __________________________________20c $1.50 kind for __________________________$1.10
kind -----------------------_________lOc $125.00 kind for _________________________95c t
By the dozen or balance of box ______________Vc LADIES HANDKERCHIEFS-

35c. kind for _____________________________25c LADIES FLANNELETTE GOWNS
25c. kind for _____________________________20c $1.00 kind for ___________________________80c

$1.00 for ________80c 75c. kind for ________________55c
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60c. kind for ____________45c
LADIES SHORT SILK GLOVES50c 50c. kind for _____________________________40c -----------------
50c. kind for _______40c
35c. kind for _____________________________25c ---------------------- r

kind for ----------------------------__40c 25c. kind for _____________________________20c MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, Same Reductions. '


$3.00 kind for __$2.00 $3.00 kind for __________________________$2.00 $1.50 kind for __________________________$1.15
$2.50 kind for-------------------------__$2.00 $2.00 kind for __________________________$1.50 $i.OO kind for ____________________________80c ,
$2.00 kind for $1.50 $1.50 kind for __________________________$1.00
$1.50 kind for -------------------------__-$1.15 $1.00 kind for ____________________________80c MEN'S WORK SHIRTS50c. ;:
$1.25 kind for -------------___$1.00 COAT SUITS AND HATS- kind for _____________________________40cMEN'S ,
$1.00 kind for ______80c :Many kinds of Heavy Winter Goods and Hats will .
--------------------- HEAVY UNDERWEAR-

be sold at any price, no reasonable offer will be 50c kind for _____________________________40c !

$2.00 kind for __$1.50 FRUIT OF THE LOOM MEN'S UNION SUITS- f
-------------- 12c. kind for ___________________________09c $1.00 kind for ____________________________75c .
BOYS BLOUSES AND SHIRTS50c. Special Nainsook finish, 12V_c. kind for _____09c

Hope Muslin, lOc. kind for ________________08c SILK HOSE- ,.
kind for --------------------------___40c Ginghams, lOc. kind for 08c $1.00 kind for _______________________-_______75c
35c. kind for ---------------------------__25c Ginghams, 12V_c. kind for _________________lOc 50c kind for _____________________________40c

25c. kind for -------------------------___20c. I Percales, 12c. kind for __________._________lOc Soc kind for ____-________________________25c

Sale began Monday morning, January 11th, at 7 o'clock 6

And will continue as long as there is anything lellHIMIIIIIIIMi - .

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"Our Village"Henry Beautiful Lake Eola
South Florida SentinelMORNING (By W. S. Branch) .

AND WEEKLYW. Savage has come and Residence For

M. GLEXN .EdiUrW. Pennsylvania and Minesota have went. Hank sezs he will not build us !
C. ESSINGTON ......D..Ia_ Manager I
excellent anti-cigarette laws. In the an opery house this year."Rick" Sale
Entered at th. poctofficc at Orlando FlorIda above states a minor can be punished Woodward is ag'in in our
as Second Class Mail Matter.
if he refuses to tell where he purchased midst. We hope he'll come around &
his cigarettes. leave us a pitchure of the Birmingham -
Daily. I Year $5.00 I
2.60 B. B. !
Daily 6 Months -- Boys.
Daily. Month L25 Location corner East Washington -
Daily. 1 Month Death Sentence -Mr. and Mrs. Al. Vanderbilt are
and East Street facing
Weekly. 1 Ve.r $1.00 The sentiment in favor of abolishing going on a cruise fr'm N. Y. There ,
north. There is a beautiful viewof
ALL, SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN the death sentence of criminals i plan is to go down the coast, cross
the Lake. Lot is 75x150
_ADVANCE_ and the elimination of capital punish- the Is'mus & go to Calif. By missing I
feet. House is constructed of
TO ADVERTISERS ment is growing in all sections of the Orlando they miss a lot.
and shingles and contains
log ,
Copy for display ... all .ther haadetadTertinar United States. Several states already -Col. Watkins is building ag'in.
...t fc. kaadco i. at ... kumiaeu eight large rooms beautifully
have abolished the death When he builds he builds like Sol'monthis
office .( th. Seatinel n.t later than 2 p. -. sen- finished. This property belongsto
the day before publication. This ml applies tence. Indiana is the last state to time it's a new room & we
to ckaaces for contract advtrtiiinc; it is Col. W. P. Walton, former
variable and will be strictly adhered ta.Subacn"bera take this action and the legislature of like it.
owner of the Reporter Star who
South Dakota is now at work on such The Fair is next on th' programnow
desiring The Sentinel discontinued occupied it about six months.
should notify the office in writing on a bill. as the Pustoffice hez been moved. I .
Lbe date of expiration otherwise it will be I Business interests compel the
There iz lots of build-
continued at the regular subscription -- buildings
rates i Colonel to live in Kentucky and
until notice to stop u received.: StenographersA & lots of Lots sold. I
Telephone Noaib ...................... 24 ing Being 1 he has instructed us to sell the
South Dakota business man advertises -Now that th',new telephone directory II
property at a great bargain.
.WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1915. for "a stenographer who has is out th' census is being took.

a little horse sense and some knowledge -Everything's a twinkling in Or-I FOR SALE EXCLUSIVELY BY

.t Daily slogan No. 11: "Orlandothe -- of the three R's." This doubtless lando including th' movie stars.

City of Boosters!" means one who will work so -With th' Bd. of Co. Comrs. meet- Cooper Atha

o cheaply that she will need to "hoof" ing Mose Overstreet is 'bout as busyas

Business is a science of human ser it to her work instead of riding onthe you find 'em. 114 South Orange Are, Ground Floor

ft- vice. street car. She will say "neigh, -Bro. Yowell is riding around ina Phone No. 311

o neigh," when asked to leave the office new auto.

} Sometimes it is what a person does long enough to have a dish of ice -Atty. LeR. Giles says It's a long

not say that interests us most. cream; will do the "mane" part of ways to Tipperary but for hisself he ..

t o the boss's work and let him have the prefers Orlando.Th' .
When a wise man knows anything profits; will not tell "tails" about his Banks all have money. VENEER CORES OUR ANNUAL

t worth telling he keeps it to himself. shady transactions, and will remainin -We get our share of th' Notables .
: 0 the "harness" for twelve or thirteen & we are happy.W. .
We would gladly heap'coals of fire hours a day and "bridle" her L. Tilden wuz in and ordered Strand Up

one our enemies' heads if they would tongue whenever her employer makes the paper sent out fr nother week.

"I stand stilLProbably unpleasant remarks to her. FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND '


1 nothing makes a woman ChristabelThe E. E. Carr will lecture on Orlando Wood Yard

.t so angry as to ask a man for his Pensacola Journal says, "In "Christian Fellowship" Friday, Feb-

1 candid opinion of her-and get it. the mean time Miss Christable Pank- ruary 5th, at seven-thirty, at Unity PINE B. W.STREET Kingsley,AND Proprietor R. R. I

.::1, 0 hurst looks mightily out of place in Chapel. Rev. Carr comes highly recommended Telephone 344
t Conservation: Go to bed early, stop I this country." She is certainly a misfit as a very interesting and 9-30

" asking for credit get up early, laugh I and we hereby give the Journal able speaker. l-31-6tc: COMMENCES
t at your enemies, county fifty before man carte blanche to make her go

t f committing yourself, speak only whenaddressed I back> home, and we also invite the -

1 and sing instead of knock rest of mankind to pause long enoughto ,

ing. see the sport.IN .

?l Historians tell us that January was CIRCUIT COURT. SEVENTH' JUDICIAL
l: named after Janus, whom ancient CIRCUIT. ORANGE COUNTY. .
; monuments represent as a two-faced .

:: deity. The month just passed lived Lewis..Steward.. Divorce
up to the suggestion offered by the I Corrine Steward.To FOR SPECIAL
. Corrine Steward:
ancient monuments.The .
It appears from the affidavit of J. IL Jones
I Q herein duly filed that be is of counsel for
Lake Eola and Eola Park
the complainant above named; that the defendant ANNOUNCEMENT
fact that Orange, Seminole, is a resident of.the State of Florida.
Polk and many other progressive but her residence is unknown and baa been
absent from Orange county for more than
counties in South Florida are either sixty days preceding this application for orderof
I publication and that there is no other
holding or are to hold fair
a county person in the state the service of subpoenaupon
this year, reminds us of DeSoto's ret- whom would bind such defendant. Affi
ant further states that it is the belief of ,.
rogration in this particular.-Arcadia affiant that the defendant Is above the age of (l This sale the
News. twenty-one years. The time is now ripe for an investment in this par- expresses
You are therefore ordered to appear to this 1
o bill on Monday, the 6th day of April. A. D. / .
In 1765 it required twentyeightdays court.1915. the same being a rule day of this ticular section of the city. Property well bought will be last word in Fashion Fabrics

to sail from America to Eng- It is further ordered that this notice be .
published for eight consecutive weeks in the
land. The captain of a merchant shipin ; South Florida Sentinel a newspaper published absolutely certain of producing a profit. I have two or and demonstrates the Store'sefficiency
the and in Orange county Florida.
making same trip tryingto
Witness B. M. Robinson. Clerk of said
dodge German cruisers at the pres- February.Court and A.the D.seal 1915.thereof this 2nd day of three offerings which I can recommend as sure MONEY- in exhibiting the"Cream"

ent time no doubt thinks the trip is (SeaL) B. M. ROBINSON. Clerk.
twenty-eight in length. By M. A. HOWARD. D. C.
years Jones &: Jones Sols for Complt. MAKERS.Call of the Textile

"With seven rainy days a week DISAPPOINTMENTComes and let me show them to you. World both in
t business stuck in the mud and no ..

roads to travel, it is rather hard to those who buy "old garden

right now te stay on the sunny side seed." Our store is new, our seedsare

of life," says a Georgia newspaper; fresh. Don't be disappointed.Come PIECE GOODS AND MANUFACTURED -
but won't the sun look bright and to us for pure drugs and fresh

beautiful when it does come out of garden: seed. City Drug Store, J. L. ARTICLESWatch
the clouds?-Miami Metropolis.No Dean. 2-3-2wksc

_t o S. Y. WAY
state in the Union can producemore MERCHANTS AND OTHER BUSINESS -
or better vegetables than Flor- MEN OF ORLANDO, for foil and complete announcement

ida, and that almost the year round, ATTENTIONIf

E and yet look down the line of shelves you want to know what will be- Insurance and 'Real Estate Agent (

f in your grocery store, and see throws come of you under Socialism, go to
t and rows of California vegeta- the Unitarian Chapel Friday night of
this week and hear Dr. Carr lectureon PHONE 172
bles in tins, sold at high prices, says "Christian Fellowship."
the Jacksonville Metropolis. Florida

ought to supply one-third of America NOTICE

with fresh and canned vegetables,and
yet she sends millions of dollars out The Woman's Relief Corps will

of the state yearly for canned goods. hold their monthly meeting at the

o home of the president, Mrs. Sperry,

GROUND HOG DAY- Thursday, February 4th, 1915. frqi

Yesterday was ground hog day and Laura L. Allen, secretary. -

it was watched with interest by many.

When the ground hog comes out, i if ,' IIMItMMIillMillllHliiJ . . . . ... . . . . . . . . . .
he sees his shadow he returns to his

t retreat for six weeks, signifying a
cold spring. If there is no shadow, Proprietors

he remains, the cold weather all be-

ing in the past. We are.expecting a

report from some of our rural friendson PARK II

this all important matter, and in

the absence of positive information

feels the Sentinel quite sure weather that the man ground says hog he Cordially invites you to inspect their property. They

f has forsaken his hole.I-- promise not to trouble you with numerous interviewsor

; HE ASKED numerous AND crooks RECEIVEDThe that are-win- press you to buy. Just let them show you these

tering in this city certainly find some beautiful near-in lots and quote prices. Shade trees,
easy marks. As a gentleman who is

staying at one of the hotels was proceeding fruit trees, sidewalks, electric lights.
f to the station on Wednesday

l' evening he was accosted by a stranger Inquire at 905 E. Central Avenue, on the prem- DICKSON'IYES CO.

who requested the loan of a match,
he suggested that he needed a grub- ises or ask your dealer.TAYLOR .

stake. The beneficent visitor unwisely -

pulled out a handful of change r .DEPARTMENT STORE.

i amounting to over $9. Before he
the ..
even had time to kiss it goodbye

ready tramp, either with premedi- ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

tated design, or yielding to sudden i & THORNTON I IProprietors The Store of true service, of never-failing cow-

temptation, at once grabbed and ran tesy of fair dealing, of trust.worthy merchandise

off with this "easy money"-and was at right prices

not even pursued by his flabbergastedvictim. I ORLANDO FLORIDA/0'I

He probably told his pals it .

was "like robbing a baby.PalmBeach

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IF :
@rluubu nritEdited ty LOST-A collie dog; $5 reward if "GET
returned to Mrs. J. J. Chapman,
No. 5 West street. 2-3-ltc
By Miss Eliza Wright -

Office telephone No. 178. Residence telephone No. 254 FOR SALE-Two lots in Seminole
,Park for $80 each, cash. AddressP. ITATAllEN'S"I
O. Box 373. 2-3-2wksc I

Feb. 3rd-6th. The Classical Club of the High FOR SALE-Gentle family horse;
School held an interesting meeting on work anywhere; and a new English

Wednesday Tuesday afternoon, being called to style trap. Phone 387, or 29 Bryan

Audubon Society, executive board order by the president Miss Ruth :Mc- street. 2-3-3t El Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired fl
meeting office of Dr. Blackmail, Winter -
Park. Cullough. The report of the committee "THE BUTTERFLYA FOR RENT-Five room house, all (Examination Free) *

Unity Circle, current events; Mrs.: appointed to draft a constitutionwas furnished; 606 North Orange ave-
Howes. rendered, said constitution being Vitagraph Special Feature nue. Apply to Mrs. Eben W. Hunt, At reasonable
"At Home;" :Mrs. Haden, hostess; A committee at Mrs. Holden's, Court street. most prices all
adopted. pin was
Deaconess Pell-Clarke, honoree. appointed Complete in two parts. 2-3-3t "
Work Guaranteed. I
Bachelor Girls; :Miss Guilda Hap- consisting of Miss Theresa o 0

persett, hostess. Warner and Miss Nina Swearingen.Miss BOARDNG-Private, home like accommodations -
Needlework Guild, Chapter House. Warner gave a paper on Historyof ; terms very moder- "ASK ANYBODY ABOUT US."
7:30 p. m.-Men's Forum, discus- Sophocles. Miss Harris read the ate; room and excellent board to be
sion, "Should the City Take Care of had at $7.50 per week; you may arrange '
Its Worthy Unemployed?" introduction to the play "Oedipus," HELEN GARDNER for meals only; splendid location -
Weekly dance New Lucerne hotel. by Sophocles. close in. 301 West street.
Thursday - assisted by 2-3-6t .11eri z CO
Rosalind Club. ,
7 p. m.-Dinner and annual meet- Civic League Benefit JENKINS DOLIVE
ing of Orlando Peace Society, Osceola The following ladies, patronesses, WORKING MEN WANTEDTo JEWELERS

hotel. Mesdames Woodruff, Dolive, Beeman, Both of these are former resi- .zdg
"Orlando Day" at Seminole county Fuller, Westcott, Wartow, Edwards, titled attend"Christian a lecture Fellowship on Socialism," by en-Dr. ==0_ .
dents of this city and are
fair.Catholic bazaar, corner Pine and Bourne, Gedge, McEwan, take pleasure very C. E. Carr, of Chicago, at Unity - -- -- - -----
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Court streets. in announcing their coming ben- well known through this section. 2-3-3'Chapel, Friday evening of this week.

Friday efit for the Civic League, to be pre- For Dressing and Bed Rooms
3 P. M, Nullos Club Miss
; Margaret -
sented by Miss J. Pearle Rogers, who
Hart, hostess.
Catholic bazaar. presented the Peter Pan Minstrels for Il r We show an exceptional varie-

8 P. :M.-"Hiawatha;" MendelssohnClub them here last year, and was such a IC Ir, 1 I'' ty of novel and artistic wall pa

Rollins College. howling success. Miss Rogers is now "THE CROOKS" i pers. They are restful to the
Saturday Lucernel r'' eye, agreeable to the taste. We
in the city and has commenced rehearsals -
3 P. M- Benefit
card Rosa-
party, A: Lubin Drama.
ask them before de-
lind Club. with a large caste of young III you to see
Catholic bazaar. ladies and gentlemen at the Elks ciding. We know that after
TO-DAY decision will be in
- seeing, your
Club. Miss Rogers does not need any
Bean-Not Club their favor.
recommendations in this city, as she j 1 I
The Beau-Not I I
was enter- I
tained yesterday afternoon at the displayed her artistic ability last sea- "PEGGY OF PRIMROSE Orlando Paint &: Wall Paper Co
son. However, this year's performance -
home of Mrs. Sherman. There were LANE"A 205 S. Orange Avenue
will be a new attraction, a college -
three tables of players, Mrs. Nathan, "UNDER FALSE COLORS",
performance to date, and will
up COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
who for the hostess Selig Comedy. ,
played making
be a big drawing card. The ladies
Cake and coffee and
highest score. have secured all the best voices and A Thanhouser Special Feature -

salted almonds were served. talent in the city among the youngerset FORAGE GROCERY COMPANY TO PIANO OWNERS

- and the musical repertoire will be complete in two parts. LARGEST GROCERY STOREIN
:Mrs. Clarence Brown hostess
was excellent. The latest fancy dances ORLANDOJust Being behind orders much of the
for the Junior Matrons Card Club
on scenic effects, costumes, and large HEAR time, I intend to raise my price for
Tuesday afternoon. :Mrs. DeWitt
local company enhances the attract- received a carload of high piano work from five to six dollars.

:Miller won the prize, a handsome deck iveness of the pretentious production. "THE FATAL BUM PING"A grade flour, in 24 Ib. sacks; priced Have had to pass a number of orders
of catds. The hostess assistedin
Miss Rogers has had big successes very reasonable. Also carload of Red from other towns to keep fairly up
serving a salad course by her with this show and has produced it Bliss seed potatoes. Call and see with the home work. However, the
mother Mrs. L. B. Darrah. Keystone Comedy.A .
in large cities in the North as wellas our prices. 21 West Church street. present rates to all my old customers

- in the South and on the East Coast Phone 638. 1-30-6tc will be continued. This is & thirty
Review Mrs. StarbuckThe
by Coast of Florida, and just last Thurs- days notice to prospective patrons

Sorosis Club had a. business day night presented it in Sanford, NOTICE TO THE CLERGYMEN OF who may wish work done at*the old

session on Tuesday afternoon, after where the production delighted a 5 cents 10 cents LAUGH FROM START TO ORLANDOIf rate within that time, who can also

which Mrs. Victor Starbuck gave a packed house. be given the old rate permanently.Your .
review of "The Witch," one of the - FINISH you are interested in the rela- piano is the chief loser if Wade
tionship between Socialism and Chris-
which much
late books
was very en- '
Children's Operetta tianity, hear Rev. C. E. Carr, of Chi- does not tune it.
joyed. Before the midwinter fair remem- DR.TUPPER TO LECTURE THURSDAY cago, lecture on "Christian Fellowship 2-2-3tc C. E. WADE.
- ber the Miniature Fair at the Opera NIGHTDr. ," Friday night of this week at
Rehearsal for HiawathaThe SAME LITTLE PRICES the Unitarian Chapel. Admissionfree.
House on Monday night, February 8. 2-3-3t. Get the news first in the Sentinel.
Mendelssohn Club held a rehearsal The children will give you an idea of Kerr Boyce Tupper, the distin-

for "Hiawatha," which they what is to take place at this great guished preacher and lecturer of Phil- ..
Rollins Winter adelphia, will give his noted lecture
will sing at College,
and miss it
county fair. Be sure not from the House
Opera platform to-
Park, Friday evening. As the
or you will not be posted for the morrow evening at 7:45 o'clock, on '
seating capacity is limited, tickets events of next week. the subject, "Pollyanna," or "Seeingthe FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NFAL
should be secured early as possible. - Bright Side of Things." 'The ladies -
They are on sale now at Branch's of the First Baptist church are
Have "Society Baby" Examined to be congratulated on securing Dr. '
book store. Mr. and Mrs. Carr will Established 1886
Have you had the baby examinedfor Tupper for this lecture before he returns -
each give a cycle of American Indian to his work in Philadelphia. No
the Better Babies contest? Onlyone
songs. Quite a large crowd of Or- tickets will be sold and no admission
more day before the examinations charged to this lecture. A free-will
lando people are going to motor up
close, and the awards will be made at offering will be received for the ben- CURTIS & O'NEAL
for the concert. the fair next week. efit of the pews for the new church.
Desire Help Mrs. W. T. Frierson, of :Miami, is LOCAL MAN IN MOVING PIG
The President of the Equal Suf- mother TURESAt INSURANCE LOANS
visiting her Mrs. M. A. Clark,
frage League requests that all who at 201 West Central avenue. the Grand theatre tonight a per-

are willing to help in the Suffrage -0- formance of "The Butterfly," pro-

booth during the fair, for two or more Mrs. J. M. Cheney and Mrs. A. L. duced by the Vitagraph company, will REAL ESTATE RENTALSFOR

hours a day, please leave their names Ford leave today to attend the state be shown, and it will be interestingto

with Miss Eloise Robinson at the convention of the D. A. R.'s, which know that Jenkins Dolive, former

Reporter-Star office. convenes in St. Petersburg tomorrow.W. I circulation manager for the Sentinel,

- and well known to many local people,i

Catholic Bazaar C. T. U. TO HOLD SILVER. will appear in the picture along with i

The Catholic bazaar opens Thurs- MEDAL CONTEST Helen Gardner (:Mrs. Duncan Pell), RENT--Bungalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main i
day at the building, corner Pine and who is the leading lady. It is a special -
The Conway'W.. C. T. U. will holda
Court streets, below the postoffice.A feature in two parts. Street.
silver medal contest at Conway i I
Turkey will be served
Baptist church on Friday evening, I '

Thursday evening. February 5th, at 7:30 o'clock. There OSTEOPATHYDR. Seven Room House, South Orlando.

- will be five young ladies in the class,

Miss Antoinette Slemons left yes- namely Miss Amy Spurgeon, Miss

terday for Tampa where she will be Annie Barber, Miss Dessie :McDou- J. C. HOWELL Two New Five Room Houses, South West Orlando.ilMBIMIiilM'MMMIMIMMiMHiillillii.
the guest of Mrs. H. S. Hampton. Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
gal, Miss Margaret Hill, Miss Carrie Kirksville Graduate
Miss Slemons will also attend the May Higginbottom. Vocal and instrumental Consultation Free

state convention of the D. A. R.'s solos will be rendered during Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan -

which meets *in St. Petersburg, on the evening. An offering will be HoteL
Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
Thursday and Friday of this week. taken for the Belgian sufferers. Orlando, Fla. '

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Not merely few refinements, but the highest form of re- The TIRE THAT STANDS FOR :


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FOR SALE J number L the
Terms to Suit Purchaser and Shingles
SENTINEL Good citrus and truck land, cleared,
in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots, on
brick road to be built this year, two
miles from Orlando. Phone 1024 4
WANTS rings, or write H. G.Jackson, R. F. D 2iCi
No. 2, Orlando, for appointment.

The Morning Sentinel Want !
Directory is the Greatest Want
Ad Medium in Orlando. ventilated,
partly furnished room; terms rea
sonable. 412 West Colonial
Terms Cash in Advance.
Orlando, Fla. 2-2-3t

For One Day RATES______________25c FOR RENT-Nice, clean, furnished Cement Plaster and 1
For Three Days 50e rooms; t ll conveniences; large ve Royal Agatite Perfection Lime
For Six Days _________ 73c randas: shady grounds; rates mod
For One Month $2. 0 erate for season; close in. 205 Magnolia
A CORNER{ LOT This rate applies on all ads of avenue. 1286t'FOR

25 words or less. If the ad con
1' tains more than 25 words the rate RENT Large, attractive room.
Is always the Buyer's choice. Inquire No. 8 West Washington St.
will be one cent per word for
There are but few corners, each additional word, for each in.section. 11-8-tfc
and they are generally sold If you. can't bring your ad to FOR RENT-Small flat, modern con
the office telephone No. 24. Accounts unfurnished. Jas. A. _
early.We opened by telephone will be Knox. 11-3-tf .
have a house on a payable the following day.
good corner lot, all modern Every Home-Every Business to adults only. 409 Delaney street. -

and up-to-date. Every Mm las use for a 10-25-tf Z I
Sentu.rl Want Ad. W 11'ANTED.r I

FOR SALE WANTED-Private instructions in ill
Spanish. Must speak pure Castil-
The price is very low for FOR SALE-A good lot of store ian Spanish, and good English. Address
fixtures for sale very reasonable. Box 623, Orlando, Fla. 223t'A ==
this grade of property. Call
Will be sold individually or in a lump.
in and let us take you out and Call on or address J. F. Watkins, WANTED-By two carpenters, employment Embracing-Agriculture Horticulture Floriculture Domestic
Orlando, Fla. 2-2-Gt local or in the
show it to country;
you today.A jest local reference. Address B., care Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry,

few minute's walk to FOR White SALE Leghorn CHEAP, White Three Rock roosters, and of Sentinel 2-2-3t and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports

business center. R. I. Red. Excellent for breeding. POSITION WANTED-Respectable AreoplansLe ctures an d Entertainments of all kinds
Also small chicks. 514 W. Central.
white girl, age 17, desires position

ORLANDO BIDING S LAND CO 2-2-3t as dry goods clerk in Orlando Anxious A notable feature of the Sub-Tropical Mid-Winter Fair will be an exhibition
to work. Address P. S., care
FOR SALE-Best cafe in the city, Box 35, Winter Garden, Fla. 2-2-3t of Angus, Short Horn and Herford Bulls by Messrs Cobb & Denny,

r II North Orange Avenue doing requires a good my business.entire Other time. business Address - of York, Ala., with Graded Cows and Calves. These animals are warranted

PHONE 608 Box 215. 2-2-tfc POSITION York chauffeur WANTED wishes-Reliable position New in free of ticks and immune to cattle lever. The bulls will be offered for sale, and

FOR SALE-Rhode Island Red eggs private family, or garage, driving. cattle owners who wish to improve their herds will have an opportunity of get
JUAN Can give best of references.
for setting; fine stock; $1.00 for 13. Palmer very Apply ting some fine stock.
Employment Office, Orange

FRED B. DALE Phone 708. 1-31-lmoc
C. H. BRYANT avenue. 2-2-3t

FOR SALE-Fresh Jersey much cow.
DAVIS A GILES Counsel Call at Dr. P. Phillips office on WANTED-Good second hand Ford -For Information or premium list, address
F. A. PEPPERCORN Contractor Pine street. l-31-3t touring car. Address Cash care of

ANY ONE WANTING BARGAIN ina Sentinel. 1-31-St* WM. R. O'NEAL, Sec'y H. H. DICKSON, Prcs. jj jjtie

furnished house and will call at FOUND-A gold scarf pin, in front
707 East Central avenue can buy of Howard's Studio. Owner can 1J6jfwr
'" same. Will sell for half actual value. have same by calling at Curry's electrical
"DIXIE LIMITED' l-30-3t shop and identifying property
and paying for this adv. 1-30-tf
FOR SALE-Five room bungalow,
with bath, front porch and sleeping BUYERS AND SELLERS
Between porch; pretty grounds and fruit,bearing
trees. Address M. E. H., Sentinel
I buy, sell rent, and exchange real
J cksonville, Chicago and St. Louis office. l-28-6te estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.. m 4atUrT&fiI

Reestablished 6 1915 all over 30 years. Have handled over
January FOR SALE-Five room cottage,
520,000,000. Call and
see m
modern conveniences, completely
lO-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
Northbound Daily Southbound furnished, 307 Broadway avenue. Apply -
9:35 am Lv. Jacksonv'e Ar. 7:30 to Mrs. McD2.de, C12 Broadway
pm February 8th-save it for the Min
5:08pm Ar. Macon Lv.11:45 am avenue. 1271mo'FOR iature Fair, at the Orlando opera
8:03pm Ar. Atlanta Lv. 8:35 am house. 100 children will take part.
12:18 am Ar. Chattan'ga Lv. 4:37 am SALE OR RENT-With stock 2-2-3t iIiiiitiIiRIOrlando's
4.50 am Ar. Nashville Lv.12.10 am and tools, best farm in county; variety &
9:28 am Ar. Evansville Lv. 7:30pm fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- GRIFFING'S PECANS
6:35pm Ar._Chicago _Lv.11:30 am to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock
BIdg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own
2:59 pm Ar. St. Louis Lv.2:15 pm er. 1-16-tfc No more profitable crop can be

raised than large paper shell pecans.
Solid Train CompartmentObservation FOR SALE & Clark Largest and Cheapest
cars. Standard Pullman cars and -Story upright Grafted trees bear young W. H.
coaches, between Jacksonville and grand piano won by Miss Myrtle Brokaw, salesman. Office, 116 South
Weeks in the recent contest will be
J Chicago. Standard Pullman sleepers sold for benefit of Baptist church Orange. Phone 267. l-28-12tc
Jacksonville to St. Louis.DINING .
building fund. Piano may be seen
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Come and see the Miniature Fair,
CARS Weeks, 10 Washington street. a children's cantata given under the
1-13-tfc auspices of the Methodist Ladies' Aid.

Admission, 25 cents adults; children, Cor Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
Atlantic Coast Line FOR SALE-To those only who have 15 cents. 2-2-3t
cash capital to invest in winter
homes; also big acreage in groves and FOR CORNS, bunions, ingrowing
Standard Railroad of the South trucking lands. Address Box 814, nails, see the chiropodist for men
Orlando. 1-8-lmoc and women. L. J. Mustard, over Mc-
Elroy's store, 117
drug Orange ave
j. G. KIRKLAND; D. p. A., nue. Pedicure and manicure.
FOR SALE-30 acres land, 20 fenced,
Tampa, Florida. 10 cleared ready for setting trees; 1-16-lmc
close to depot, 3 miles from Orlando.
Cheap if sold in 30 days. Lock Box rr
No. 4, l-3-lmo


75 acres suitable FOR SALE for citrus culture $$3,000 Four Lots
No.1. Forty acres virgin pine tim and truck farming, bordering on a Year BUt
ber land, on south side of lake front, pretty lake and has one-half mile Begill tile .
three-fourths mile from railroad sta frontage on the Orlando to Sanford .
brick road this
tion. $1,000. frontage being adapted
for nice home sites; could be sub ,
No. divided into 40 budding plots 60x200
2 Seventy-five acres, on lake
front one-half mile from Forest City; feet each, leaving about 60 acres for $3,000 BUYS FOUR LOTS on Colonial t

six acres bearing orange grove; good citrus fruits and truck farming; five Drive, east, fronting Park lake
eight room'house. $4,500; terms. minutes walk to railroad station,
stores, hotel, school and churches. including a $200 garage and 31 bear
No. 3. Twenty acres, four miles When you consider location and good Cook and Heat
from the city, on lake front; twelve transportation facilities with other ing orange trees; all fenced, and 7
acres bearing orange grove; orange advantages the property's real value
large oaks front and sides. Phone
crop recently sold two thousand three is $7,500. It is owned by a nonresident -
hundred boxes. Th.e hundred boxes who needs money. He author 567 and we- will show you the best
of grapefruit now on trees. $6,500; izes me to sell it for $3,000. Whoever
buys this property gets a bar- bargain in the city. WITH
pain. For further particulars, call on
No. 4. Lot 70x190 feet, on brick E. C. Young, room 10, .McNeill &
street; high class neighborhood. .
Davis building, corner Church street
$1,000.No. and Orange avenue. Orlando.

5. Thirty acres near hard surface 1-31-tfc
road; one mile from railroad Have You Noticed'What .
station, on lake front; four acres FOR SALE-On account of poor :
budded grove; six hundred boxes of health,the undersigned hereby offers
fruit; one hundred and fifty thousand for sale at a bargain, his desirable is Happening
feet virgin pine timber. $3,000. property located at the corner of GAS.
West street and Ridgewood avenue.
East of Orlando
J. E. CRAWFORD This property is central, in a first

Office Orland Hotel. class neighborhood, and convenient
1-3-lrao to school, business, lake and park. Directly Out
Owner will sell all, or part, cash or
terms. 'Property consists of nice new
bungalow, fronting on Ridgewood
Central Avenue?
avenue, has six rooms and large
Dr. BuckmasterOSTEOPATH ceiled basement with flue, suitable for
kitchen or laundry; lot 47x85 feet; Thell You'll Surely be Happy '
house unfurnished Price $2,100.
Also, nearly new, two-story six- We offer for sale Seminole :'
room cottage, fronting on West street, Park Lots, located just at the l
Graduate of Kirksville with shed and greenery; lot 46\117 City limits, on easy terms. :
feet; house partly furnished Price .

132 S. Orane Avenue $1,950.
Also a beautiful connecting corner
lot, 70x85 feet, fronting on two Also 2y miles from the City
ABOVE PEOPLES BANK PHONE 578 streets, and graded for basement limits Lake Underhill
building. Price $1.000. For cash and near 5 .
a quick sale owner would dispose of acre tracts. Standing round

all of the above, to one party, for timber, good soil, surrounded by ORLANDO WATER & :;JJGHT CO;
PHONE 646 $4,300. E. N. COY. 2-2-lmoc groves, and on easy terms.


goods; prices reasonable and work
BARNARD & SON first class. Call and see us at"303 ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO.

17 Hnghey Street Orlando, Fla. Garland street. 1-6-lmo : I

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Berlin.-Walther Kirchhof, the ican The Poultry Florida Association branch of will the hold Amer-its W. N. Conoley Mortally Wounds All Ready to Play Return Game willSpecially Price my two Properties In Winter ParkA
famous Germon tenor, was a
.Vvalry officer before he entered the annual meet in Orlando this year, Self-Lying in Hospital With Tampa Golfers on
February 9-10. It is understood thata With Small Chance of Feb. 15-Tampa Asksto good 6-room house 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800
field of music, is now serving as a full bearing Orange Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two
captain in the Germany !army. While large number of poultry men will Recovery Know HandicapsThe blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addi-
with the prince in the neigh- :'be present. A banquet will be held tion to making a home this property will make a yearly return on
borhood of the French fortress Verdun -' on Thursday evening, February 11, at Jacksonville Fla., Feb. 1.-W. N. following letter from Mr. Ball the market investment conditions of from price 10$8,500.00 to 25;per also cent, according to crop and

he was asked to sing at a Christmas I the San Juan hoteL Conoley, secretary of the Jacksonville assures that Mr. Jas. L. Giles the I :My Residence Property in Winter Park 12-room New Modern

.. festival arranged for the troops. board of trade lies at the Rogers private president of the Orlando Golf Club i dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front, 20 acres of
1 J I GREAT PRIVILEGE TO GET BATH I II r sanitarium, in Riverside, mortally will get busy and take a large number land highly improved 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigated .
garden. Property is close in, well located close to the new
wounded revolver bullet in of Orlando
'I AT FRONT a golfers Tampa on
ONLY FOURTEEN MARRIAGELICENSES Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough for
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IN JANUARY 'I Berlin.-The greatest pleasure Ger- the intestines. According to physicians February 15: the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale $16-
I man soldiers enjoy while doing dutyat in attendance he has only one "Mr. Jas. L. Gilles, Orlando Fla. 500, and will give possession in 30 days.
the front is a bath. A. H. ZJeiz, a I chance in a thousand to recover. The "Dear Sir:-I beg to acknowledge See owner only. Write or phone me for a date and I will send

Cupid was not quite as busy during/I I private, sent a letter to relatives living I wound was self-inflicted' while Mr. receipt of your favor of the 28th, ad- my car to any place in Orange County to show you these properties. .

the first of the New Year as he was I here, in which he tells how he :Conoley was suffering from a tempo- vising me that your club will visit I ED. F. KEEZEL, '

the last month in the old. County and his comrades had to walk seven rary mental aberration brought on bya Tampa and pay a return match of
Judge Martin was only called upon to miles ride in a train for an hour, case of serious insomnia with which golf with us on Monday, February15th. I PARK FLORIDA
I Orange County's College City and of Florida's
issue fourteen marriage licenses dur- and to march again in order to have he had been afflicted for several We will be delighted to have one Prettiest places. .

ing the month of January. Eight for the privilege of enjoying a shower ;weeks. you at that time, and hope that there

white couples and six for colored. ,,bath lasting exactly 10 minutes. I;, Shortly after 3 o'clock this morning will be something going on in Tampato "

I Mr. Conoley left the rooms ocucpiedby interest your party in addition to "

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home of R. S. Nicholson 1515 Oak you if you will furnish us the

WRIGHT SEED CO.We I I street, and went downstairs. It was names of your players and their han-
I shortly after this that a revolver shot dicaps as soon as convenient. I REAL ESTATE '
was heard. Following this Mr. Cono "Yours truly,
carry'the Largest Stock of Seed in ley returned to his room with a woundin "CHAS. E. BALL."

I the region of his stomach. He was
for the Celebrated -
Orange county. Agents -
still conscious and made a rambling :NEW POSTMASTERS: NAMED FOR A
National Guano Fertilizers statement about having been shot by FLORIDA TOWNS
I!a burglar. He was rushed to the We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If .

206 So. Orange Ave.THE I Rogers sanitarium and since that office Washington department Feb.announces.The the post-appointment you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call rt
time has made no statement about
"j of the following Florida a
the shooting. and talk your wishes over with us.

I Mr. Conoley was well known in Francis Putnam county, Joseph A. The manager of this firm has had years of exper- A
j Cannon to succeed A. T. Browning,
Orlando, having visited here a number I
: of times. ** j resigned. ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a ;,
OLD RELIABLEDANN'S I Carleton, Putnam county, Minnie
A. Smith to succeed A. W. Cole, re- million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last

I I Osteen Volusia county Alvin A. years. A
I j Brooke to succeed K. B. Osteen, re-
B. D. WIENENGA, Prop. II I Montgomery, Ala.* Feb. 1.-Mrs. :I signed. We are well posted on the value of all classes and
Annie M. Cook wife of James II. f I
I Cook a. prominent and wealthy contractor I Pittville Duval county William II. kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all A
I Pitt. This is a new p ffice and Mr.
and shot and killed herself here
Livery, Draying HaulingWE I Pitt will be the first incumbent. bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real "
last night. Her body was found this
I Wabasso St. Lucie county, William
morning by her husband, who had
I,L. Leisher to succeed J. O. Jamesson, Estate Bargains.
been spending the week-end at his .
GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE plantation. No cause for her suicideis I resigned. "
I It is announced also that Frederick
known. R
.J. Kennedy postmaster of Biscayne,

AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK BIBLE CONFERENCE FLORIDAThe AT CRESCENT I'the Dade permanent county, has civil been service.covered into WARING REAL ESTATE COMPANY I IR.

CITY, I I The postoffice at Youkon Duval _

Southfield Bible Conference As- i I county, will be discontinued.
Driving for Eight Ten Solicited
Country or
annual A commission has been issued to
sociation will hold its meetingat I
D. WARING, Manager
Crescent City, Florida March 7-21, ,' Charles C. Voorhees newly appointed
1915. The speakers this season will postmaster at Redland, Fla. No. 6311115tf
I Rooms 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone
be the Rev. C. I. Scofield D. D., of I
'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida I New York; Rev. Lewis S. Chafer, of Every county in Florida should

Northfield Mass.; and Mr. D. J. Fant, I have an experiment farm. Go to it I

.... I of Atlanta, Ga. I and get one. . . . . . . ' \&. . ' t1a .

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TAMPA Is Show You Carn val That's
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r bt dear old public has been bunked into ble wife, who are enjoying their Fort Worth Tex, Feb. 1.-The cot- '
believing for a large number of years fourth winter in this city guests at ton cargo of the Dacia, which sailed 'PLUMBING co '
that the baseball game is a gold mine the Wyoming are among Orlando'sbest from Galveston yesterday at noon, is S SOMETHING NICE! ,
proposition for all those who horn and most enthusiastic boosters.:owned by a Fort Worth cotton firm. I .
their way into the ownership of a big They find more solid comfort here I This company has contracted to de- I 26 WEST PINE STREET
"' 7J: Orange grove; has been league baseball club. i than they did in all of the winters liver the cotton on German soil for Two Beautiful Building Lots
The real facts are that very, very :they have spent elsewhere. 16 cents per pound. I i On South Orange Avenue, j PHONE 122
select budded trees
set out a year; few of the dubs have I I have I
big league averaged They spent seasons in California near Lake Lucerne,
orange and grapefruit; there are more than a 6 or 7 per cent. : France Italy and Egypt, and Mr.' New Facts Discovered ;, did view of the lake,splen- !
return on their investment during the' Stevens said Orlando was the best of only Best
111-2 acres in the grove; located on Paris, Jan. 29--A number of new 2 1-2 blocks from Plumbing Lowest
past eight years-the so-called golden >them all. They like Orlando better facts concerning the relations of business
Lake Jem Mary between Lake Con- era of baseball. \and better every day, and "wheneverit I Franchois des Claux, the army paymaster i i center, nice big shade trees I PricesWe
way and Lake Jennie Jewel 3-4 of a This statement is based on the' is raining some here it is safe to and former secretary to M. shrubbery, &c., adjourning
mile from Pine Castle road soon to financial showing of the New York :predict that it is dismal elsewhere." f Caillaux, the ex-minister of finance lot to one oi the best res are not in the combine.SLAUTER'S .
Giants during the past four years-j Mr. Stevens, who was at the head and the wealthy woman in whose dences in city.-For sale by latest inventions usedon
be bricked; new up to date seven room the best possible basis for arriving at :of the large engraving company, in mansion were found military stores all firstclassPlumbing

house; good large barn and other estimates on baseball returns. i Atlanta, Ga., bearing his name, retired -I said to have been stolen by des Claux WALTER. ROSE
buildings. This proposition is for I The profits of the Giants covering ;< from active business several have come to light, but the mysterious REAL ESTATE I Construction: n
I the regular season follows: !,years ago, and he and his good wife element in the case remains. Rooms I A 3 Watkins Block
quick sale on easy terms. Inquire of 1910__________$85,030 (actual) j get the most possible pleasure out of i j I The military authorities while pre- Phone 55 I Don't forget the Sentinel want ads.
J. B. :Magruder, Jr., office in Arcade; j 1911 ----------- 76,518 (actual) j life by spending six months of the serving a discreet silence, have denied
I 1912____________ 84,803 (actual) |I year in the Land of Flowers. that they contemplate the further .
or see the owner ____________ ; -
1913 75,000 (estimated) [!charge of espionage against des ''

G. M. BISSELLL I II 1914____________ 80,000 (estimated) i SOAP FACTORY FOR OCALA ': Claux, who is under arrest charged
I,I with stealing military stores.
at grove 1-28-lm DEATH OF WELL KNOWN PEN- Local business men are organizinga I Nevertheless, all the newspaperslay ; Hammond &Gore
SACOLA EDITOR I company for the manufacture of stress on the fact that the mem-
i soap J in Ocala. ,bers of the firm of which the wo
Pensacola, Fla., Feb. 1.-Frank L.j j The organization and subscriptionsfor man's husband is the head and with FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
SIGNS Mayes, editor and owner of the Pen- j stock has proceeded far enough which des Claux was on such intimate
sacola Journal, and of the terms, are all Germans and have REAL VALUES
part owner I that they can announce a success of LOW PRICES l-
Gold Leaf and Aluminum, on Meridian Dispatch, died here today, the movement. Stock subscriptionsare maintained the closest business and !
Glass or Wood aged 41. I I being secured very rapidly. I,family relations with Germany. II I COMPARE
Bulletinsa I Mr. Mayes was prominent in state' Actual manufacture of soap is assured I I; According to the Matin, this firm :,
and Big
Cloth Signs and national politcs. He had twice I by tba organizers within six started business with a backing sup- ': OUR FURNITUREWe
specialtyI i
served as delegate to national Demo months. The terms of the subscrip- plied by an assurance company of I
have :Morgan with me and can Berlin. II
give prompt service cratic conventions. tions to stock are very liberal, on provide the quality of furniture that has long
I shares of each ten dollars
I IGEO.A.BARKER I $100 pay- been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
WATERWAYS BILL APPEARS TO able March 1st, and ten dollars each INSURANCE RATES RAISED AS standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.
FACE CERTAIN FAILURE three months thereafter.-Ocala Star. RESULT OF LATEST RAIDS I It wouldn't here were it otherwise. We ca "'t make
110 West Pine St. I this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stonesof
Washington Feb. 1.-All Florida TO FINISH AIDITINC TIlE CITY Liverpool Feb. Insurance rates>; I this business, and that means much to any buyer.
on coasters have been raised from five I
for so handsomely
projects provided BOOKSIt
D. K. DavidsonGOLF in the pending rivers and harbors I to twenty shillings per cent. as a result '
INSTRUCTOR bill probably are doomed, as it If now is expected that J. D. Mitchill I of the German submarine raid. I ,

conceded the bill will fail to pass on I will complete the auditing of the city I I Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando Fla.
Orlando Country Club account of the senate filibuster. books by the end of this week and New York's idea of starting up the
I wheels of industry was to get the J
then for Miami. .
depart I I .
Telephone No. 249. Read the clasified ads. stock market ticker going.
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Four Bi g Days and Nights I THURSDAY will beORLANDO DAY I

Sta i'Vodnoay', This Week '

$$5,000, Worth, of Free Amusements, including

Karl Kuhl in Areoplane Flights, Gorgeous Fireworks

at Night; Water Carnivals, Court of Honor, etc., on

Lake Monroe. a


Agricultural Educational, Horticultural Entertainment.,. All Absolutely} Free :

A BIG EI. !I TillS ,I :


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Embroidery, Laces, White Goods and Muslin UnderwearOnce

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
fascinating showings and sale we have. be days.beautifully displayed, and prices made very cheap for five

All the and beautiful designs in Embroidery, both in
new Sale beginning Tuesday, February 2nd. We urge you to
White and Colors, Dainty Laces of all Hinds and widths from ('ale Tuesday Feb. ') come, for it will not only delight you,but will be a great moneyall
parts of the world. \1 (I sa\ere

Beautiful "NuFrench" embroidered front in blue, worked in
Every garment included in this, our first sale of Muslin DOVE dainty design, with ribbon run through eyelets at top; Seal
Underwear, is of a quality that is above reproach in its grade. lops finish neck and sleeves.
The making is first-class in every particular; each piece being .. _.-t.
cut as every woman wants it, full, but well. fitting. !>J s;.,, BECOMING SLIPOVER GOWNS, with fancy front; eleb-
un1::: a ][ orately trimmed with Val. Lace insertion, finished with a
10 STYLES OF NIGHT GOWNS IN V. B. SALE, each 9Ec T T ., ...-.A pretty bow of ribbon.
'-- U5.Pi1.S
vI" "" & _.. :
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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 _______________________________98c
Special! '
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 Sale at____48c., 79c., 98c., $1.38, $1.69, $1.98, and $2.48
around top. DOVEUndermuslins _
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 Fr.*h front New York City the above. To appreciate the real value of these Under Mus-
insertion, completed with fancy lace madelllons. lins, you must come to our store.


Tuesday, the first day of the Sale, we will gi.eevery
lady who visits our store a Bunch of Violets Free.


ONE BIG LOT VAL. LACES, all new, fresh and ,

clean, in Violet Brand Sale ____________________5c

':' all exceptional good values, in Violet Brand Sale__lOc

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

Dame fashion has decreed that Laces shall be very good this i
spring, so we have bought the greatest line we ever owned,
G both in foreign and domestic makes. It will be a delight to I
DAVE see them. D

Unde rmus u e Under mus tuA

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. _


is Unmatched for Quantity, Quality and Low Pricing VIOLET BRAND SALE
ROOf{ [ GARDN[ Special Lot of Embroideries, in Edges, Bands, Insertions -
and Galoons, values up to 25c, V. B.

PAJAMA CHECKS, fine soft finish, free from .Sale ______lOc
dressing. 36 inches wide, Violet Brand: Sale __8 c Special Lot of Beautiful Embroidery, in Edges,
LAWN, plain white, full 40 inches wide, 12yc THEATREToNight:: Bands, Insertions, Galoons and 18 in. Flounc-

quality, Violet Brand Sale ____________________9c ings, values up to 50c., in V. B. Sale --------- _25c

RICE CLOTH, plain white, a beautiful fabric, fora CHARMING FLOUNCING, 27 inches wide, in Trans-
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
wide, 15c. quality, Violet Brand Sale _-----_________lOc Bison Drama, Two Reels. Wm. Clifford very fine sheer, with white and colored edges, of
Marie Walcamp.CUSTERS very delicate embroidery, in Violet Brand Sale 59c and 69c

SIIERRETTE, a beautiful sheer fabric, with a high VOILE EMBROIDERY, with the new Terry border in
sheen, 25c. quality, Violet Brand Sale ___________19c LAST SCOUT 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 LvKo. Comedy 27 inches wide, in Violet Brand Sale ----------------___69c
these favorite white goods. They are here in a beautiful ALL OVER VOILE EMBROIDERIES, 45 inches wide, .
riety of patterns and weaves, and at prices never before vaTUROUG" A KNOT HOLE in dainty patterns, in white and colors, in Violet I
Brand Sale
-------------------------- ___ggc
fered at this season of the year, so don't fail to see this beautiful --------
of Splash Voiles, Splash I Crepes, Seed Voiles, ALL OVER EMBROIDERIES, Conventional Designs,
display AND ONE BIG EXTRA : on Seeded Voile, in Violet Brand Sale ________ $1.39
--- ,
Flaked Voiles, Transparent Dots, Transparent Chintz figures, L'u.. : :
are showing a complete I line of very fine Swiss Nainsook -
Japanese Crepe, Organdie, Mercerized Lingerie Batiste, Piques ADMISSION FREE UNTIL 6.30 P. M.Admission and Transparent Embroideries in wide an d' .
and Linens, in plain and fancy weaves, all at Violet Brand Beautiful 1 Dainty Baby Sets in Edges, Insertions and Yokes,
Sale Prices. Nights, Children,5c.Adults lOc and Bands, at very low prices in our Violet Brand Sale. I


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%'0N"""" SAFE' T. A. Yancey has secured the
4 services of Burton Bros.
, Realty company -
SAVINGS DEROSITBOXES of Wilson, N. C., to put on an
- auction sale of his valuable colored
residence lots in "Western Terrace
and Carter and Parramore streets.
The sale will be held on Monday, Feb- P
ruary 8, at 10:30 a. m. Free cash
It' WHY prizes will be given away during the .:::rr :::..: .: :f.: :-' 't.. jeo

1 DON'T keep valuable papers and docu- sale and a brass band will furnish
ments about the house where they may be music for the occasion. The famous
Burton brothers, premier real estate : .
misplaced, lost, burned of stolen. : .
, auctioneers of the South, will cry the :: : ,
Think of SAFETY FIRST. bids using a new and unique style of : .
I singing and talking the bid, both using ,. :
A Safe Deposit Box in our Vault is the the same word and tone of voiceat :. ; .
, safest place for such papers. The cost is the same time. The following is rJ: ::Jj Your comfort and prosperity for
f- small-the
< security, positive.
taken from the Daily News, of King-
i You can inspect the Boxes and Vaults any ston, N. C., under date of January 22, '

f business day. .' 1915: I UIIU:1 1915[
E "What is probably a record in an :
'I The State Bank ot Orlandot
auction sale of real estate was accom-
; plished yesterday, when Burton Bros. 11: I tE III depends upon yourself and your .
f Realty company, of Wilson, sold 61 : connections.
'"> town; "lots in LaGrange in 36 min- I i Ii I

t utes. II It E II
A savings or checking bank account

I LOCAL AND PfRSONAL- Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Comer arrived KEYSTONER GROVE NEAR BUYS CONWAYMr. A 15 ACRE [::1 II II I in this institution is a positive step .. I

yesterday from Lansing, Mich, for an -41flh1: : forward. :
extended visit to Orlando. They have and Mrs. J. P. Rutherford and
Orland Cafe, special dinner, 25c. accommodations at one of the leading son, Robert, were among the new com- .
boarding houses in the Start no '1
city. ers arriving this week to make Or- :
Mr. G. Singleton, of Fort Meade,
their home. They are .:
was among the business transactorsin ange county ::
Orlando yesterday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Carter were from Harrisburg, Pa., and have pur- ., ...,
..- .
included in fifteen .. '.
yesterday's arrivals from chased a acre orange grove -

P. L. Starbird, one of Apopka's Brooklyn, N. Y. They will be here near Conway. Mr. Rutherford was ::'.-" <' '.....'".;-"'7
for three weeks when connected with the PennsylvaniaSteel
they will visit
leading and sterling citizens, trans-
olis acted yesterday business afternoon.in the county metrop- other points of interest in the state. presented company with, and a upon beautiful leaving watch was, ? t iC
Among the transients registeringat chain and charm by officials and em- ,
r Mr. J. A. Smith, of Florence Villa, the San Juan yesterday were R. B. ployes as a token of their esteem. :' :
x was among the representative citi- Hayes, Lexington, Ky.; Frank Tagart, Mr. Rutherford was in Orlando yes-
zens transacting business in Orlando Waterfork, Ind.; W. C. Hanselman, terday and enrolled his name as a :: 1 : : :

p yesterday.Mr. Chicago; Chas. D. Eadie, Cleveland.Mr. subscriber to the Sentinel ': 0"0"! I: L: .

:: ,
P. J. Smith, of New Britain, Chas. Edgar, who has been J.PLUVIUS SPILLED 1 3-4 INCHES _" 1w

; ing Conn.in, is afternoon.Orlando among, the having visitors arrived sojourn-yesterday county spending looking several after weeks his grove in Orange prop- When the OF rain WATER terminated- early ( ":..:-' .....:. >. 1C :-',.:? ._".;:-:-. '.... .:J; .'. : .... .-.', ., ' '._': ..:};_:>..:.-......,.. ::.::- _.:- :f.Wf :\::'<- -;; : ;,.;:

I erty and other interests, left yester-
morning after several hours
day for Richmond, Va., where he is yesterday
Messrs. I.. W. Tilden and A. B. one of the leading hardware mer-! rampant flooding it was observed that
Johnson are spending today in Tampa chants. one and three-quarters inches of rain -
attending a meeting of the Citrus Ex had soaked into the ground. J. Plu-
change. vius did his best to wet Orlando and
Mighty convenient-Sentinel wants. this section of Florida and he succeeded -

'_ Mr. Thos. H. Kincaid, of Lexington with goodly effect. DO NOT CHARGE fOR DELIVERING
Ky., is among the late arrivals i
i in Orlando and is stopping at the San Two Handsome Dr. and Mrs. A. W. Porter arrived

Juan hoteL yesterday from Portland, Me, to
Lake Front spend the remainder of the winter in
Mr. Jas. H. Sadler, a well known Orlando and are pleasantly located at We'll call and get your prescriptionsand
horticulturist and trucker of Oakland, the St. Charles hotel.
was in Orlando yesterday transact-I Grove and Home I have them back to you in the quickest -

ing business and meeting friends.

Properties I time and the charge will be exactlythe
fr Miss Ida Barrett, of Savannah, Ga., I ,
who has been visiting Mrs. W. G. .
if had called at the store
same as
Hammond at her home on West Cen- you
tral avenue, returned home yesterday. One of them is the pret-
/ tiest lake front location in person.McClroy's.
Mr. C. A. O'Mears, a prominent
business man of Topeka, Kansas, has the State of Florida, with
$ planned to spend a part of the sea- large acreage and a most
; son in Orlando, and while here is a modern dwelling. .
)best at the San Juan.
f The other has a fine

Messrs. J. H. Newbury and A. M. grove, with modern improvements Pharmacy \

Faison representing the Burton Bros. and worthy of .
Realty company, of Wilson, N. C., any further improvementsdesired. The 1
: an auction company, are stopping at \

5 the San Juan. These are high priced SAN Phone 20 35 Years Establishes

Mr. David Lockhart returned yes- properties, but they are ,
terday from a three days visit to his both
big bargains. 1 -
farm at Crows Bluff, and is now busy
getting things in fine shape at the JUANDo 1
exposition grounds for the races next

week. S..oiie: & Son tTo I

Mr. E. W. Thompson, a leading
real estate man of Indiana and Flor- The blio :
realize the
you com-
ida, arrived in Orlando yesterday

from Toulon, and after a short so- 3 WEST PINE STREET forts of steam heat, run-
journ will leave for St. Petersburg,
where he has extensive interests, returning Second Floor ning hot and cold water

here later for another visit. and telephone in your Besides reviewing each today, take
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iiiiiiiin &IHIMIIIIIIIIIIIMMMIIIIIArtistic .-, room. You will find all of thought of every tomorrow, for those who j

SouvenirsSterling these conveniences in every get ahead are the ones who look ahead. "

room in the San Juan. .
To look ahead means to be prepared r.. .q ._ ,
Add to this comfortable

when opportunity knocks at the door. ;
parlors, halls and receptionroom
Silver Spoons, Forks, Hand
with night and day Ambition can always achieve when the ;
Painted China, Crumb Trays and many

service, and you have all financial foundation is solid. Convert a
other useful and beautiful articles typi-

the up-to-date service that share of your earnings into a saving each : t .erj 1
cal of Florida and Orlando that will prove i1

Y you; will get in the best week and your ambition will be realized in '
a source of great delight to your friends
hotels in the large cities.
"back i the future.. 6 '
North. We also carry a completeline 1

of up-to-date Jewelry. Our Repair ] This institution offers a safe depositoryfor

Department is in charge of most competent those who look ahead. On Savings

I workmen. Accounts 4 cent interest.
: pay per ,


T.D.EVANS OrlalidO n Bank & Trust t C COMpy ,

JEWELER Orlando's Conservative Bank

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