Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00475
 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 4, 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: VID00475
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
lccn - sn 96027193
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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-- Acute Situation in West Africa I

Causes Both Countries to Prices of Wheat Dropped : Because of Submarines in Irish .

Rush Reinforcements Eight Cents When Peace I Channel Merchant Ships Britian Demands MISSOURI SENATOR CALLS 'II

Rumors Hit Chicago Are to Fly Neutral
Grain Pit
Flags Extradition To I
London, Feb. 3.-The entry of the ,
eleventh nation into the war on an I Chicago, Feb. 3.-Bulletin: Wheaton OFFENSIVE Berlin, via Sayville, L. I., Feb. 3.- Canada Van Horn
the Chicago Board of Trade today A secret order from the British admiralty SHIP PURCHASE BIll[ DEAD -
active basis was chronicled in an ob- ?
literally defied United States District which became known here,
scure paragraph of the official state- Charles F. and his investigation Washington Feb. .-The British I ___ t
ments received at Berlin today. Attorney Clyne GERMANS ARE SWEPT BACK directs, because of the appearance of ,
Chronicling the German occupation ofa into prices amid the wild German submarines in the Irish chan- ambassador filed a formal request : Republicans Believe Stone Sang

est trading ever seen since the at- nel, that all British merchant ships with the state department today for
of in Portu- and *
greater part Angola Song, Jubilantly
In 24 Hours Kaiser's
tempt of Joseph Leiter to "corner"the Troops shall neutral
fly flags, hide their
guese West Africa the report adds: the extradition to Canada of Werner *
market in 1898. Direct Many Counter At- names and not fly their company's Declare the Bill Is .
"It is reported from Lisbon that the Van Horn, alleged former German of-
May futures dropped from $1.65 to
Portuguese government is sendingmore tacks in the Rheims Dead i
$1.563-4, then climbed up to $1.65 ficer, charged with the attempt to

first news troops of to Portugal's Africa."active This partic-is the and finally closed at 15914. The I District Turks Breaking Down blow up the Canadian end of the rail Washington, Feb. 3.-Senator Kern jl

day brought a temporary halt in the London Feb. else- road bridge between Vanceboro, Me.,
Operations said tonight that he is
in the still
ipation war against Germanyand hopeful |
speculation in futures. This action, London, Feb. 3.-In a desperate effort where involving larger masses of and St. Croix, N. B. The state department -
on the side of the powers in the the ship purchase bill would lIe <;
however, did not come from the fed- to halt the French through the troops have somewhat overshadowedthe says it will make no reply I pass.
triple entente. until it has received the report of made this statement after Senator i
eral government but from the brokers Champagne and adjacent Argonnes British conquest of Mesopotamia,
themselves. which is proceeding steadily. The the United States commissioner, whois Stone's speech, in which the :Missouri: I
Germany Sends Reinforcements region, the Germans during the past
Trading on a margin basis in to- Turks have resistance making the usual preliminary ex- senator
put up a good excoriated the seven seceding \
Berlin, by wireless to London, Feb. twenty-four hours made seven distinct amination. *
day's market was ruinous even to the but are now breaking down. From Democrats with such
3.-A dispatch from Lisbon says: I successin bitterness as to t
largest purse. The first group of counter attacks without the Persian gulf the British troops
"Reinforcements have been lead the ',
sent to Republicans to believe and
grain millers and bakers "invited" to a single venture, according to the from India are advancing inland in STATE OF. MAINE=
Angola; as the Germans new occupy {
assert that the bill
was dead.
come to Clyne's office, with their this cradle of civilization.
if f the greater part of that colony." French war office reports, received :
books, for a "conference" is expectedat from Paris today.An Will all persons who are residentsor They jubilantly referred to Stone's

Kaiser to Inspect Warships the federal building tomorrow official statement from Berlin MEN'S OPEN FORUM FAVORS native of the above state please speech as his swan song. The Missouri k
morning. Clyne did not reveal the the French the offensivenear RELIEF BY CITY meet at the Tourist Headquarters on the of his in-
Berlin, via London, Feb. 3.-Emperor says were on senator, in heat :
names of any firms whose books he Pehtres in Rheims sector) and Saturday, February 6, at 3 p. m., to
William leaves today for Wile dictment of his dissenting colleagues,
helmshaven is anxious to see, but it is known he their attacks were repulsed.The Those who failed to attend the take some action toward forming an
to Inspect warships stationed -
referred to them as "those seven con-
there. He see the units is particularly interested in grain con- German efforts were directed meeting last night at the Chapter organization.W.
may II. Eaton.C. "
of the squadron{which participated in cerns controlling elevator space in against the French positions west of House certainly missed a splendid H. spirators.
Chicago. time. Several members Swasey. When the senate convened this
the North sea battle, including the Perthes les Hurulus, north of Mesnil new joined
Seydlitz squarely hit by one shell les Hurulus' north of Massiges, and and a thoroughly representative gath- morning the Democrats discovered

and the Kolberg, struck by two. against Hill No. 200 near Perthes, in ering was present. A SPECIAL they did not have a majority in sup-
'. The emperor who already has visited SURPRISE TO SPRUNG the Champagne district, and against The question under discussion' was port of their efforts to amend a mo-

both the east and west fronts, Bagatelle, in Argonne, where the at- "Resolved, that the city should care
will complete his inspection of the ON ORLANDO PUBLIC tacks were made at three and six for the unemployed." Mr. J. C. Pat- PARADE BY WESTORANGEITES tion to recommit the shipping bill. It

empire's armed forces by visiting the p. m. Tuesday, and the final assault terson opened in the affirmative in a was for the purpose of giving his colleagues

units of the newly organized armies made during the night. Every at- most logical and interesting manner.M time to rally their forces that

garrisoned in Germany. j BY CIVIC PARADETRADES E tempt was repulsed, says Paris. Ar- ;-. Wu,>. Dade. who was, to have Stone took the floor.Senator .

... I tillery activity continues along the taken the opposite side, failed to ap ... 'Thomas, of Colorado who i
followed, irritated his colleagues by
TO ORGANIZE A SOCIETY OF entire battle front. pear. j
"THE THREE IV DISPLAY IN CIVIC In the absence of Mr. Dade Presi- WEST ORANGE RESIDENTS practically admitting that the ship
New Drive at Warsaw dent Dow ruled Mr. Patterson againstthe WILL HAVE DELEGA- bill was dead. It was at the expiration -
All sons and residents of Indiana, TINCTIVEWill Paris, Feb. .-Field Marshal von house. No one spoke in the neg- TION OF FIFTY of the Thomas speech that the

Illinois and Iowa are invited to meet Hindenburg's new drive at Warsaw ative, and on a motion by Mr. Patterson --6--- senate went into executive session
the Favored Section of County Will and the will be renewed tomor-
at the Tourist Headquarters on Fri- apparently has accomplished little meeting was changed into a fight
day afternoon of this week at three Be the Most Diversifiedand more thus far than the winnig of a conference. Mr. Sperry gave valua- Be' Met by City Officials row.

: Unique Parade few Russian advanced ble advice and experience.The -
o'clock to organize a "Three I" comparatively and Conducted to Fair
ty for Orlando.If sOcie-l Ever Staged in positions. Neither the Berlin nor the following resolution was unanimously Grounds Refuse to Show Hand

you were born in either I I Orlando Petrograd official reports indicate carried: "That the chair appoint Washington, Feb. 3.-When the sen-

above three states or if now a resi- marked changes have resulted from a committee of three to confer Arangements have been perfectedby ate met today to again consider the

dent of either of them, you are espe- Secretary W. R O'Neal said yes- fighting, which daily becomes more with the city authorities and civic the citizens of West Orange to government ship purchase bill the Re-
cially invited to this meeting. intense. bodies for the purpose of establish- have a special automobile parade on publican senators were on the qui-
terday afternoon that the trades display
(Signed) D. II. Kemp, A. A. Ulrey Russian successes are claimed also' ing a permanent plan, for the relief the morning of Wednesday, February vive regarding the plans of the ad-

J. W. Werner, Indiana; W. D. Galpin, to appear on the morning of the in the fighting in the Carpathians, of the unemployed." 10, the second day of the Subtropical ministration senators by which they

Frank J. Magin, Wm. Hague, Illinois; fair will be not only representativeof which has developed into one of the Messrs. W. P. Watson, J. C. Patterson Midwinter Exposition.It hope to break down the oppositionto

John Sage, Iowa. the city's business houses in gen- most important phases of the cam- and John Harvey were appointed is now expecetd that West Or- the measure. But the Democrats

eral, but will constitute quite a sur- paign in the east. by President Dow. ange will send in fifty or more dec- I, still were refusing to show their
Russian troops are said to have At the next meeting it was re- orated cars, which will be met by a hand. They had pledged themselvesto
HOOD SPEAK from the rather
DR. TO AT TOUR- prise careful interest
made marked progress in Dukla pass, solved to discuss the question of the delegation from the city of Orlando secrecy at a party caucus last night
IST HEADQUARTERS which will be displayed in the dec advancing over the crest of the moun- Boy Scout movement. It is expectedthat headed by the band, and escorted over : in order that their program might not

Dr. Samuel Hood, resident directorof orated wagons and autos to be in tain, and to have repulsed an Aus- Scoutmaster Burden will give an Orlando, winding up at the exposi- be frustrated.

the bureau of plant industry, U. S. trian assault south of Uzsok pass. account of his work and an exhibitionof tion grounds. It was believed that the plans of

department of agriculture, will speakat line.It is promised, and those who are Fighting continues between British Scout work. It is probable that no county in the the Democratic leaders would not be
the Tourist Headquarters this af- and Turkish forces in Arabia near the Lack of time to finish the discus- United States, composed largely of disclosed at least until the senate was
ternoon at 3 o'clock. Dr. Hood has now fashioning the floats are cudgel- head of the Persian gulf, where small sion of the unemployed was the only agriculturists, who are real farmers, 1 ready to act on the motion which was

charge of the government experi- ing their brains for original ideas forces of Turks have taken the of- disappointment of the meeting, which could furnish so large a number of pending to send the shipping bill back

mental farm located near the city that will better show to spectatorsthe fensive. An attack on Kurna, near was the largest in point of attendancefor cars on an occasion like this. '! to the commerce commission.

and is authority on all matters relating owner's interest in the Subtropical the junction of the Euphrates and Ti- the season. West Orange should be congratu- | While Republican leaders expressed

to botany, essential oils, resins: Midwinter Exposition, the prom- gris rivers, was stopped by the fire of lated on being one of the most favored -'j confidence today that they had won

gums and other products of the trees, British gunboats. NEW YORK PASSES SUFFRAGE sections of the earth, as wellas i I their fight against the measure, the
ised biggest thing to in I
plants and roots of Florida. lie is avery occur many a
I RESOLUTION having the most enterprising citi- Democratic leaders still were hope-
interesting speaker. I day in the history of the city. WATERWAY MEET AT SANFORD ful. I

TODAY TO BE BIG ONE I Albany, N. Y., Feb. .-The woman

All To Revel In The Fair Joys The Florida Inland Waterways As- bly suffrage unanimously resolution today.passed In the the assem-senateit zens.Visit To P. O. Gives One Idea

I sociation will have a meeting in San- was reported favorably by the judi- I

And Orlando's Hospitality ford today and will consider mattersof ciary committee. It will come up fora Of Orlando As Business Center

vital interest to this portion of the vote by the senate next week. The

state. The fact that the governmenthas resolution calls for a popular referendum --

It does not require much imagination Fair Florida and the visitors may see made appropriations for bridg- next fall on the suffrage constitutional Some idea of Orlando as a business Another feature of Orlando's winter -
; to picture romping children teas- for themselves what Orange, Semi- ing Lake Harney and other water- amendment. I
in it is
center, and as a tourist favorite, may I population, most part not
ing their parents for toy balloons; nole, Volusia and Osceola counties ways in Orange and Seminole coun- be of the so-called hotel crowd, that
have to contribute to the field of agricultural ties, should enlist the hearty co-op- JOIN THE PARADE TO SANFORD gleaned by a casual visit to the
for and
come a few days again.
laughing boys and girls having the go
and various industries. eration of all our people. It is urged TODAYIf postoffice morning and evening and The of winter
major portion our pop-
"time of their young lives; and men Orlando is ready to greet the mon- that as many as possibly can do so, watching the crowd of people that ulation own good homes and live hereon

and women enjoying life as they never ster throngs that will come for the the have
attend meeting.The you no engagement for to- throng the lobby patiently waiting to an average of six months; true,
enjoyed it before, revelling in the week's festivities. The hotels are call for this meeting was issued day, join the procession to Sanford. get their maiL Yesterday morningby many hotels have their regular win-

joys of Fair days and delighted with capable of holding an immense crowd; by President Montmolin and Starts from in front of the San Juan actual count 106 persons were inline ter guests, but they actually live at

the charm of Orlando's hospitality. I. the cafes, restaurants and boardinghouses 'Vice-Presidents Dougan of Kissimmee hoetl at 9 a. m. Fair weather is pre- waiting to get to the general delivery the hotel, regarding that as their

The annual midwinter fair, with its will give the "best of the sea- W. R. O'Neal of Orlando, and dicted by the weather man for today.It window. All were patient and home for several months in the win-

| attendant high lights, is about to son" to the merrymakers. The streets Main of Welaka, and it is hoped that is not necessary to decorate your good natured, accepting the situationas

burst upon Orlando. All that is nec- have been draped in true gala attire there may be a representative attendance I cars. Simply wear in the lapel of a sure evidence that they were get I ter.The home like spirit that prevails

essary to make next week the most -every business house has been dec- from all parts of the state. your coat or around your hat or arm ting mail in a live town. in Orlando, the splendid society,
notable one in the history of the fair orated and the city is pleasingly pic- the Orange county colors- This
I % orange in connection with the fact schools and churches, musical and social -
is clear skies, warm weather and a turesque.The I TAGGART TO TALK ON HORTI- and dark green.
that there are over 600 private boxes, organizations, are a strong appeal -
balmy breeze. If Orlando has the civic parade with its showingof CULTUREIt of which and
many are by two to all home loving people to
weather man properly groomed success various industries and trades will THEY ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO three families who are located in the abide a while. In fact Orlando never

is assured. :I easily be one of the features of the has been arranged by the Fair PAY FINES same apartment house, and in some has laid much stress on the floaters,

From all counties participating in week. management to have Prof. Frank W. Will Stenson was drunk No. 1 for cases where business men have been but has sought to make conditions in

the annual gala event reports of very I The Better Babies contest will be Taggart, field superintendent of the I February. Arrested by Officer Car- unable to get a box because of the the city such that people who delightin

satisfactory conditions come to President -I on a larger scale than last year; the Thomas Farmogerm company, New ter and fined $5 in police court was shortage in rental boxes, are uniting all that is true and beautiful in

Dickson, Secretary O'Neal, and i poultry exhibit will be more comprehensive Jersey, to address the farmers of his misfortune, but the money to pay with men on the same office floor in I life would not be disappointed. The

the other officers and various com- I I and interesting than ever before Florida on Thursday, February 11. his fine was forthcoming. Sam using the same box. All this in addi- citizenry of Orlando is largely madeup
mittees. Exhibits of a wider and ; the racing bill will be most excellent Prof. Taggart has much valuable information -
Hinchy and J. L. Swords, arrested by tion to the city delivery. of this class of people.
more diversified nature than ever be- I and fast strings of horses ob- which he will be glad to Officers Carter and Broom for fight-

fore will be on the fair grounds. I I tained at great labor will be an appealing give us, of the experiences of citrus ing, received fines of $5 each. L. THE WEATHER Beautiful cards and booklets. Valentine

The exhibits will portray the re- I feature. fruit growers in California and other Walker was fined $1 for riding his Florida: Fair; warmer Thursday;: I day, Feb. 14. Come early for
of this glorious section of All
/ sources Hail the Fair! Darts of the world.
bicycle on the sidewalks probably rain at night or Friday. choice. Curtis O'N eaJ. Orange Ave.


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w PINE CASTLE RANDOM NOTES gent of the chapter, presided ;her- r..I.III.I..II..I..I. M '

HOTELSTHE splendid ability. In a short intermission -1.:

Pine Castle, Fl Luther Aden of Orangeburg S. C., sessions of the meeting social I:
KEYSTONE HOTELCorner has been here, on his annual visit to intercourse was exchanged and I
this locality looking after the Adengroves delicious refreshments were served,
West and Church Streets and fruit shipping. The Aden To the literary program which occu- I NEW STORE
Hot and Oneof the best
Splendid service Excellent looms. cold water. oak grovehere we hold al our out- pied the latter half of the afternoon
cooks* in the btate. Rate $1.60 leer week and up. Special rates to parties
wishing table board. door festivities and picnics is one of Mrs. S. Frank Phillips contributed a I NEW SEEDS
the most beautiful of Pine Cas- Eliot Woman in
W. G. DUNCAN Prep spots paper on "George I
tle, and through the kindness of the I Literature." The ladies all were in I
Adens free use of the grove has always handsome costumes and in the high i ; Sweet Corn, Field Corn, Peas, Beans, Etc. We

THE WINDERMERE, been allowed us. lighting of the room presented a bril- ; guarantee our seeds to be fresh.
Mr. J. C. Stinespring returned home liant scene. Mrs. Phillips was a mem-

.. Choice Location All Modern Conveniences Tuesday from a business trip to ber of Mrs. C. P. Dow's auto party Don't be disappointed, come to us for Drugs

Excellent Table Good Water Reasonable Rates Cleveland Tenn., and other points in attending the function.Mr. and Garden Seed.City .
Tennessee and enjoyed a visit in Andrew J. Kauffman son of
On Beautiful Lake Lucerne Orlando Fla. Jacksonville with his friend :Mr. T. Mrs. Antonio Bernard came home .

O. Marshall a former Tennessee Wednesday having finished his full
neighbor. Mr. Stinespring is one of term as a naval cadet, serving on the
our wealthiest citizens and is not U. S. S. Florida. During this service Drug Store
afraid of Florida real estate. Mr. Kauffman has had varied experiences -
On main country road four miles east of Clermont and three miles west of
Mrs. A. B. Perkins of Washington coming under the respective
Ookland; 16 miles west of Orlando at Bear's Gap Station T. & G. R. R. "A GOOD DRUG STORE."
D. C., is visiting at the home of her headings of hard work, instruction
Parking place for Autos. Fine Pier and Pavilion and Picnic Grounds. Tripsto
brother-in-law, Mr. E. D. M. Perkins. good training morally and physically
wonderful Steel Motor and Row Boats, well equipped IPliGlMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIIMMIMMii:
"Boiling Springs. J. L. DEJAK
around the the of
She is the widow of Mr. Perkins'brother' a trip world sights ,
for hire. Agents for Ferro Motors and Mullin's Steel Boats.
who died in Washington several naval maneuvers of many different 1
Oakland Office with T. Connell Grocer. Telephone at residence "Collier
well those of
where he was knownas foreign as as
Verde. Pavilion Can be engaged for dancing years ago
Grove call Monte on pier.
a prominent contractor and builder. this country and the most stirring of -
purposes. "- Mrs. A. B. Perkins is an accom- all his response to his country's "call' '
plished pianiste and has at times instructed to arms" in the recent threatening' The :h..4arketJ

Home Comforts Service Finest Rooms in City the daughters of senators trouble with Mexico. Mr. Kauffman
and other leaders in the official set prizes the marks he? has received for OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALIFY

Sanitary Inspection Rated 100 at Washington in the study of music. faithful allegiance to his country and OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
Mrs. Perkins will spend the remainder to his daily duties, during the four
I of the winter here years of his cadetship and the tokens ,
I Tennessee of friendships made with offi- Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
THE NEW GRANDHENRY Mr. Dent Dodson of Calhoun, warm
is a visitor at the home of cers and comrades and says he will Everything screened away from the flies and kept fresh

BARTLETT.. Prop. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Crittenden beinga (look back on all with pleasure pre- and pure.

brother of Mrs. Crittenden. He is dominating the memory of this expe- We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

European Plan 15 West Pine St., a young farmer of eastern Tennessee rience of his life. everything in the Meat Line.
but thinks he would like farming in :Mr. and :Mrs. J. G. Tyner have
Rooms with Bath Orlando Fla. Florida and has been busy every day moved their house to the oppositeside H. INdL: Self & Co.
since he has been here trying his handat of the street. The house will occupy -
the corner lot of their property, PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET

TOURISTS ATTENTION! it.Mrs.. Martha Mills is visiting at the 'and with the addition of severalrooms

home of her son, Mr. J. B. :Mills of I will be a desirable residence.Mr. .
We Serve the Finest J/ea/s in Orlando the I
Orlando. /ind Mrs. Tyner are among

Prepared ,by our New York Cook Mrs. Fred Wigman of New York I (Continued on page 3.) VALENTINES[ [ AND VALENTINE[ POST CARDSAll
city arrived Saturday and will spend
108 Rooms Bath Steam Heat.
$1.00 sometime with her parents Mr. and

Mrs. Fred Scholhamer and her sisters I
Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water Mrs. Wm. Wigman and Mrs. J. Toilet Paper

W. Matchett. She was accompaniedby kinds and prices to suit all
kind that is
Senti-Tissue the
EMPIRE HOTEL her four children the Misses Hen

rietta and May and Masters'Williamand soft and cloth like.Carnations tastes and pocket books. Get yours

54 Light Housekeeping Rooms Charles, and her nephew Mr.
Fred Scholhamer, also of New York.
while the assortment is good.W. .
from New
Coming by Clyde liner Potted
ROSSMORE INNWindermere York city they report a most comfortable ,

ocean trip having seemingly Plants FlowersSTRAWBERRIES S. BRANCH,
start and ,
escaped bad weather at
destination. They will enjoy a stay The Arcade Book and Music Store
This new hotel is thoroughly modem throughout, having heat, electric months.
of some
lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with Mr. F. H. Anderson visited with ------

Lath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish- his family over Sunday, coming in

ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. Saturday from a business trip to Fort TOMATOES

----- _______C_ Myers and leaving for Southern Flor-
ida again on Monday morning.Dr. PINEAPPLES

Rev. Henry Slater reached home Sun- ;
day evening from the quarterly M. E.
and report -
conference held at Ebenezer

Magnolia and Robinson Ave J. W. HURLEY, Manager that the next quarterly meetingwill -
-- --- - --- -- Miss Katie Matchett with Mr. Her- LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS

Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round man Hicks of Orlando visited at the *,0

European Plan Rooms Single and en Suites home of her father Mr. J. W. Match- New Modern C Grocer] Effective 1,1915 and from guaranteed August against 1, 1914 any to August reduce J

ett, Sunday.
( > )' Miss Anna Funk, who is a studentat tion during that time:
).....' Rollins' College spent a few days Phone 200 Touring Car $555.00 i
this week with her cousin Mrs. C. J.
short vacation be- Runabout 505.00 ..
having a
Sweet 6 and 8 East Pine St
lE t oioil O tween semesters and returned to F. 0. B. Orlaado. All can tally ea ripped. ;

t Winter Park Tuesday.Mrs. ..
win h able .. attain the xian: cffideary
farther w*
P. M. Shannibarger returned Im ..r factory production and tba .!.]... cat. Ia ..rparehaiiic
-For FineWATCH and aalea department If w. pad a. .toNt .f
Friday from a lengthy stay S.*.... can betwccB Ike ahoTa date 1
and joined her husband who arrived CLOCK and . reach thia prodactioa. w.ne .. pay aa ?
And % we .....
time They will ".,rr'a aharc fraaa $4, .. It* per ear (MI or. (
here some ago. JEWELRY REPAIRINGcall August the 11 liS) .. every retail buyer ... p.n.... a MY 1
shortly open their home on Lake Con- F.rfl car between Aar..t THE ARCADE HOTEL on C. VATER whois Far farther particular nardlag thaaa law prieca and frets.karts |

way.Mrs.. A. C. Leggett, of Lakeland plaa. aaa t
J. B. MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop. an expert at this trade
Eustis Hawkins -
and her brothers' Messrs. F. G. RUSH i
First Class Restaurant Livery and Autos i of Little R'xk.: Ark., and Frank with many years experience
Hawkins of Live Oak Phone 226 J
and Ernest
in Building in Connections after visiting with relatives here at. Youngs Repair ShopOpp.

Orlando Fla. have returned to their respective Post Office; Pine Street

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Mrs. Geo. T. Bennett returned home
IF YOU WANT A LUNCH Thursday evening after spending the
worth the money come to Pope's Quick Lunch Counters. Our holidays daughter and Mrs.the weeks Ethel since Campbell with of

food is not cooked in front of your eyes, where you are annoyed Miami.Mr. Fulford spent Th Florida a Real E Estate & IllvestMellt E Co.

with the odors and heat, but in our sanitary kitchen. Try a cup and Mrs. J. C.
with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Han-
of our Rowland Special Coffee French Dripped. The price is Sunday from Lockhart. I
motoring over
only 5c. a cup. We offer you the best of service. Mrs. W. C. Haskell of Jefferson, Capital $50,000. Fully Paid 'Up.

Pope & ; Co.'s Quick Lunch CountersChurch Ohio burndale regular, has winter been the resident guest of of Mrs.L. Au-. Incorporated In Florida; Therefore Under State Control.

C. Newell for the past three
Open from 5 a.m. to midnight
weeks stopping over en route. Aftera of \ LL propositions offered by this Corporation are exclusivelylisted
with Mrs. King
in Orlando
Ashtabula visit Ohio Mrs. Haskell will * with us, at the same time can also be bought throughthe

proceed to Auburndale.Mr. purchasers Agent, as we need not to secret our proposalsfor
ORLANDO ROOFINGAND and Mrs. D. Carson of Orlando be closed office. This
: Sunday of Mr. and anybody, the deal has to at our means

Mrs., were Paul guests Macy. protection for the seller as well for the buyer. With our Bank

Mrs. S. Frank Phillips attended Guarantee furnished to the purchaser, if requested. Having con
SHEET METAL CO. the meeting of D. A. R.,
Saturday member of Orlando Chapter.On fidence'to' all our offerings: we advance 75 per cent of the pur-

being this a occasion the Orlando Chapter chase price at six per cent. interest, even on unimproved land. We

Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos, with its associate me&bers. and all hold today over one million dollars of properties in city lots, city

visiting Daughters of Orlando Win- and homes and uncultivated lands. Our
and Rubber Roofings ter Park and other nearby localities country orange groves

representing very many states of the books open to all investors, if such inducements will appeal to you

: Cornices Sk)lights. Heating Ventilating, Metal Ceilings Union were entertained by Mrs. L. R. -take the trouble to climb up one flight of stairs over the Peoples I
Dutton of New York, at the SeminoleInn
Works: 14 E. ChurchlSt.: ORLANDO Winter Park. The D. A. R. is a National Bank, and consult.
distinguished society of distinguished
HENRY BENEDICT PresidentOffice
ladies and it was a distinguished com- ,

.. pany numbering close on to a hun-
-. - dred:which gathered Saturday in the Phone
i. Try Sentinel Want Ads. drawing room of the Seminole Inn. over Peoples National Bank,

Mrs. Wm. R. O'Neal of Orlando re-

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PINE CASTLE RANDOM NOTES women of Pine Castle to form a sew- favor. i
ing society to engage at once in the When the victim of ill health or !
lot advertised for $1200, (Continued from page 2)) making of garments for the needy other misfortune asks for a bill of: JONES GOES JUST THE SAME

with a reduction of $400.00, if staunch residents of Pine Castle, and children of Belgium. The call was goods on trust, it is often practicallya i
Chough they are quiet about their business to be regarded as a general matter, request for charity. The merchantfails I
buyer would build, was boughtby 1 plans, their handling of real es- and every woman in Pine Castle is to see why he should carry the I
tate is always beneficial ot Pine Cas- urged to come to these meeting fr whole burden of the community's mis :
Mr. Samuel Brice of New tle as well as to themselves.Mr. Tuesday of each week, and give their fortunes. So he charges up to his My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen

York. We have decided to of- and Mrs. L. McCraney had a help to aid in this great call from the whole trade the expense of bad debts. months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the

fer another son born to them Sunday night, January destitute land of Belgium. Tuesdayof Thus the frugal and thrifty, who may same time it always has.
( 31.Union. each week, all day if possible, the live even parsimoniously, are com-
Sabbath school was very ladies will sew and prepare clothing.It pelled to pay for luxuries for the ex- TIME: TABLE
Corner lot, well located. Side- well attended Sunday mornign. In- was agreed to confine the work to travagant.
terest seems to be growing and very caring for the young children. Do- There are of course some applica- Bus Leaving Orlando in Front of Evans The Jeweler.
walks, water, lights, gas. North- well sustained. There are several nations of cloth or clothing or moneyto tions for credit that are legitimate.

east. $1000.00.Vill take $600if 'large classes and all have good teachers. buy materials are solicited. The People have to take risks, start out
Preaching services followed Sun- gift to, the Belgian relief work will on new ventures with small capital, WEST BOUND EAST BaUD
buyer will build within one day schooL Rev. H. M. Ingham go from Pine Castle in the form of seek better positions, or industry Read Down Read Up

year. preached to a good sized audience. wearing apparel only. The originator would stagnate. If fortune goes (A.M.A.M.; P. M. A.M. P.l\I.1P.) 1\1.
Mrs. C. H. Hoffner and Mr. Geo. C. of this idea here, the one to sug- wrong, creditors must wait a reason-

Shackleton sang a duet. The chapelhas gest the getting to work at once, and able time. But when people on wagesor Orlando - I 6:30110.15 3:00 : 9.30 1.30! 6.00
now a good choir and all servicescan the one who will have full charge of salary bank on their dreams, they Ocoee - j30.11.15 4:00. 8.3C 12.30'' 5.00Tinter
be depended upon to be worth at- this work here, is Mrs. H. M. Ingram, commonly go broke. "
\\ Garden I 8.I
j:4S :30 43C 5
s tending-good preaching and good wife of Rev. H. M. Ingham of Ark- : 12.15 4.43
ten dollar I
Many people finding a
Oakland 8.00
CARL DANN singing. ansas, Episcopal clergyman. This I 4:3c : 4.30I
bill in their pockets, feel sanguine, I
I Work on the Baptist church build- estimable couple are spending this step high, and send the tradesman's --------
ing is going on. Friday, February 5, vinter in Pine Castle and their good- wagons hustling with deliveries to I
the ladies of the town will give a free of heart and t
ness thought are dailyin
their homes. The fact that old accounts -
REAL ESTATECOM dinner on the church grounds to all evidence in and are
every way are due is forgotten. WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPER
men who will donate a day's work on highly esteemed. It is hoped that "The best to do is to pay every
the church building. A good dinneris there will be a large number of women debt possibly can even if Ever hear this before! Let the Delicatessen Man do It.
you you
Something new Something New r
assured. .
present at the next meeting of have to wear your old clothes to Try it. Ask AboU" it.
ANY Rev. R. J. Brewer preached in this society. Pine Castle is a small church." Thus concluded the salesman :- Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for I
Union Chapel Sunday evening and community but it can do great work whose remarks suggested these three or more
delivered a forceful sermon on the when it gets fully into the spirit of reflections.Let Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
text, "God Is All in All." All pres- anything, and though what Pine Cas- POTATO SALAD ,
ent felt that they were fortunate to tle can give may look like a drop in number the presidents of
have gone to church and thoroughly the bucket, we can remember that it indistinguishable J. R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'S I Ii
Mexico. At present they are as -
GORDON'S CARRIAGEAND I enjoyed hearing Mr. Brewer. is the "every little bit added to" that as twenty-two foot- i Phone 26 Bakery .
Rev. II. M. Ingham will preach next ,
"just makes a little bit more. It I
ball players on a muddy gridiron.
Sunday morning at Union Chapel.Rev. was the widow's mite which amounted -

I Henry Slater will preach in the to more as a gift than the giving .IIiI..........
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BAGGAGE TRANSFER evening. His address will be especially -of those who had an abundance. All

I to young people; but parentsare ladies who can come to sew will receive Just Arrived 1915 Harley-Davidson .;
L T. HARRELL Prop. urged to attend. a cordial welcome from gentle
The Christian Workers held their Mrs. Ingham. %
Piano and Furniture regular monthly meeting Tuesday afternoon .

Moving a Specialty in the parish house. THE MERCHANT AND HIS r

E. Church St. PHONE 487OSTEOPATH Miss Anna Robbins, state temperance CREDITSA ,i. .
lecturer of the W. C. T. U., delivered 1 I 4RlEY- y ,
. I a lecture Monday night in traveling salesman was remark- \ U4vsesr01 1

Union Chapel. A special musical pro- ing the other day that he had sold
gram was also given. the usual quantity of goods the past ,

DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER Next Sunday will probably be the few months, in spite of the war and ,,
last Sunday of the convict camp on other depressing causes. But he had
Office corner Orange Avenue and the island. Grading on the new roadit found many of his customers hard up $vW//f/ ( \
Church St., Davis & McNeil .
Bldg. is thought will be finished this because of the unusual number of requests -
Phone L4; F
419. week and the camp will then leave for credit. It was his opinion t
the island where they have had a that in both good and bad times the )

well sheltered spot, during this win- American people are getting in too _ i,s' 1
Dr. S. S. Jones ter's bad weather, to be camped. easy going habits about payment of i ,
There will be services at 2:30 p. m. bills.It. .
CHIROPRACTOR and the last chance to see a convict is not always the hard pressed ...
graduate Davenport College, 17 and camp in this neighborhood will very workingman on short time who

209.18 Yowell-Duckworth Intelligent people building everywhereare ; phone ,likely be taken advantage of by many dodges the bill collector the most act- ON EXHIBIT AT THE '
people.On ively. of the well to do
Many are ,
being restored to health by chiro-
practic adjustments, the new scienceof Sunday morning, January 24'1|habitually slow pay. They make re- GOOD AND BAD CIGAR STORE. :
removing the cause of disease. Examination -I in Union Sabbath school, there was.i V quests for further accommodationwith

free. 12-24-1mo announced a called meeting of the the air of conferring a lordly i..I.lllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllll ......- --_ .-- --- -_ _ __ _ __ _____ _ .
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The Sale With a Reason :'


The fact that I am closing out my entire business, is sufficient reason t I

to attract the buyers who are looking for staple goods. I am not selling ,

just a few lines of goods but every line. Price is npt an object. The I

Paramount Feature is to sell the goods as quickly as possible. The sale i

will stop when every article is sold. Come in and look around. You I .

can't afford to put off until tomorrow the opportunity this sale offers 1

you today. ,. ,

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South THE Florida DAILY SentinelMORNING "Our Village"A I TURKEY CATIIOLC DINNER-BAZAAR FIFTY CENTS".-Beautiful- keEOla-- ;j .

Thursday Feb. 4, 5:30 P. M.
AND WEEKLY lot of our Boosters will go to Residence For \ ,
\Y. M. CI.ENN ......_..... .........Editor Sanford today starting in autos & Roast Turkey, with Dressing
"'. C. ESSINCTON ......Ba.neu Manager Sauce I
later. We have Cranberry t
--- --- returning expect to Boiled Country Ham Sale
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Florida -
of Bros. fr'm Sanford I
a. Second Clans. Mail Matter._ many our way Mashed Potatoes 1
at our Fair.It Candied Sweet Potatoes ,

Daily. 1 Year SUBSCRIPTION.............RATES $i OU is suggested by one of our Cabbage Slaw Lettuce I AT A GREAT BARGAIN -::::---- j
Daily. 6 Montha 2.9U readers that it is'"low-down" warfare Pickles I l
Daily 3 Months 1-25 Orange Ambrosia Nabiscos Location corner East Washington -
.. for the German submarines to attack I
Daily, 1 Month 5uil.uo Tea Coffee ,
Year .. .... John Bull's boats.A _____ I and East Street, facing i .E':
weekly. .. ..
::: north. There is beautiful view .
SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN grand day yesterday.The NOTICEOf a ; t
ADVANCETO Arcade court has been swept.A I of the Lake. Lot is 75x150 I
ADVERTISERS i good many of our people is Application for Tax Deed Under feet. House is constructed of
Section 8 of Chapter 4888, and shingles and contains 11
Copy for display and an other hand-set watching the brick layin' on Anderson Laws of Florida log ,
adTertiainc mast be bandAR at the buuntMoffice street & listening to the singing eight large rooms beautifully
of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. tOUR
the day before pabliratton. This mlc applies nigger who juggles the bricks.St. Notice is hereby given that Carl finished. This property belongsto
t. chance for contract advertising; it ltnranable Valentine's day is drawing Henderson, of Orlando, Fla., pur- Col. W. P. Walton, former
and gill be strictly adhered t. nigh. chaser of tax certificate :No. 238, owner of the Reporter Star, who

Suboeriben cU.irine The Sentinel difceonUnued -Our County Clerk Capt. Robinsonuses I! dated the 5th day of June, A. D. occupied it about six months.
should notify the office in writing on 1911, has filed said certificate in my ,
the date of expiration, other*ue it will be an Rubber stamp to sign Co. office, and has made application for Business interests compel the
continued until notice at to the atop regular la "received.subscription rate checks with but just so we get our tax deed to issue in accordance with Colonel to live in Kentucky and

Telephone N.mb r ...................... U money it doesn't hurt us. It saves law. Said certificate embraces the he has instructed us to sell the
the Capt. lots of work too. following described property situatedin property at a great bargain.FOR .
THURSDAY FEBRUARY 4, 1913.: Orange county, Fonda, to-wit: e
-There is 2 benches on the Banksof Lot 8 J. T. Davis r
Addition to Orlando. SALE EXCLUSIVELY BY
Daily slogan No. 12V'e do it Lake Cherokee th't are usually The said land being assessed at
filled by people.J. the date of the issuance of such certificate -
o P. Holbrook our busy Hup man in the name of Mrs. A. L. Cooper Atha
is going to Jax today to bring back
Imagination is the mother of most Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
2 autos. Good luck J. P. 114 South Orange AT .. Ground Floor
law deed
according to
of our troubles. tax
o -Next week we will be the Float will issue thereon on the 5th day of Phone No. 311
March, A. D. 1915.
Many a girl is up to date in every- City.A
colored man swept off Guernsey's Witness my official signature and
thing except her birthday. awning yesterday afternoon. He seal this the 4th day of February,
o A. D. 1915.
walked carefully. Many of our peo- (Seal.) B. M. ROBINSON,
How soon the millenium would VENEER CORES
ple watched him. Clerk Circuit Court, Orange ANNUAL
if the good things people intend -
come -A solicitor tried to sell Bro. A.N. County, Florida.
to do tomorrow were only done $1.25
Goodwin a cake of soap yesterday.
today. lie said, "I'm broke"-& then he add- FORAGE GROCERY COMPANY;
Per Strand Up
o ed to us-"It's green and might be LARGEST GROCERY STORE
Everything is being placed in readiness poison!" There's too much indiscrim- I IN ORLANDOJust FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND '
1 for'the opening of the Big Show in Orlando OAK WOOD LILY Y
inate soliciting going on I WUITE\% SAlE

Tuesday. anyway! I received a carload of high Orlando Wood YardB.
--- -rJ. B. Magruder Jr.. disguised as :I grade flour, in 24 lb. sacks; priced I
United States' 1914 farm crops are Uncle Sam, bestowed on the local I very reasonable. Also carload of Red W. Kingsley, Proprietor
valued at $5,068,742,000: Some coun- postoffice many new furnishings yes- I Bliss seed potatoes Call and see I Telephone 344

try after all."Gather terday-such as chairs & new cases, lour prices. 21 West Church street. 9-30

o etc., etc. P. M. McLean was happy. Phone 638. 1-30-6tc

the crumbs of happinessand -Cooks Auto Co., is going to Have 1 _-- -- -- -- _____ I COMMENCES
n -
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they will make you a loaf of contentment some fine front when the work is i- ,

," done. Orlando is sprucing up all th'

f 0 time. .
-The Fair is in the air. NEXT FRIDAY
The Sentinel has never had more
-Lots of people in town yester-
faith in anything than it has right

now in Orlando.A day.

winter that squanders most of its I
severity in January is apt to experience '
LOST-A collie dog; $5 reward if
a shortage in February. returned to Mrs. M. O. Overstreet.
o 2-4-ltc Lake Eola and Eola Park ANNOUNCEMENT

Clothing and shoe manufacturersare

finding times dull, but the danc- Umbrellas recovered and repaired
ing teachers are busier than ever. "while you wait," at Young's Repair .:
Shop, 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc

The real difference between a por- FOR SALE-Five passenger touringcar
([This sale the
ous plaster and a sponging relative is I in A-l condition; cheiji for The time is now ripe for an investment in this particular expresses
cash, or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor,,
the plaster
that you can pry porous ; .
I 905 East Central avenue. Phone 696. \ last word in Fashion Fabrics
loose. 1-4-tf section of the city. Property well bought will be

The races during the Subtropical FOR SALE-Meat market and gro- absolutely certain of producing a profit. I have two or and demonstrates the Store's
Midwinter Exposition bid fair to excel cery doing good cash business; will
the fondest expectations of the cut stock down to any size. R. L. in the III
officials. I 2-4-6t Mercer, 310 West Church street. three offerings which I can recommend as sure MONEY efficiency exhibiting

o MAKERS.Call Cream of the TextileWorld -
Kissimmee is up to her old tricks
LADY WITH PIANO would like
again. It is now said that a flow of room and board for teaching chil- both
and let me show them to in :
natural gas has been struck by en- dren music. She is well educated and
in that can- furnish best of references as to
terprising citizens residing
moral character. Address X, care
prosperous city on Lake Tohopeka- Sentinel. 2-4-lt


There were two full moon periods Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Doly, Dr. and

"in the month just passed. This will Mrs. M. A. Albe, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. S.Y.WAYInsurance ..

occur again in March, and not again Geier, of Amity; Miss Campbell and
this year. There will be no full moon Miss Klimes, from Cleveland, Ohio, Watch for loll.and complete announcement ,

in this month; and this will not hap- arrived in Windermere Wednesdayand
'pen again for a century. are registered at Rossmore Inn, and Real Estate Agent

o where they will remain for some

Orlando is the home of 447 automo-

biles, or one to every 15 white men, NOTICE TO THE CLERGYMEN OF a

women and babies in the city. That's ORLANDO

enough to make it dangerous for the If you are interested in the rela-
other 14 not so favored to get abouton tionship between Socialism and Christianity -
the roads and streets. The totalof hear Rev. C. E. Carr, of Chi-
accountof cago, lecture on "Christian Fellow-
the record on
mortgage on ship," Friday night of this week, at
this prosperity is not given.
the Unitarian Chapel. Admissionfree. .
was a boy in an Orlando Sunday 2-3-3t l
school who was asked what is meant I -- -- -- -- --

by "the quick and the dead. He said I . .1..1.-t-t-. , . , . . ttttt *
the quick are the ones who can dodge K.f
the automobiles and the dead are the
ones who can't.-Fensacola Item. The Proprietors of


Not enough Americans have yet THORNTONCordially PARK I

learned to appreciate the immensity,

variety, and charm of their own
country. Millions of them have been i

learning perforce about the geogra- invites you to inspect their property. They

phy of Europe Asia, and Africa dur-
ing the past six months. It would not promise not to trouble you with numerousinterviews

be amiss for them now to add the
study of America to their course in or press you to..buy. Just-let them show you these

political and physical: geography.This beautiful near-in lots and Shade trees
will not be a good year for quote prices. ,

American those should travel think in of crossing Europe. the Only At- fruit trees, sidewalks, electric lights.

lantic:Reasons who of a have responsible! clear and kind for definite ap'proaching I Inquire at 905 E. Central Avenue, on the prem- .IYfS 00.

the fringes of the great
ises ask dealer.TAYLOR
War. Travel however, is not only one your .

of the greatest sources of pleasure,

but one of the chief means of educa- .DEPARTMENT STORE.

tion; and it should always be encour- .. .
aged. As many Americans as possi-
ble should resolve that they will knowa ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING I'LAt'K
great deal more about their own & THORNTON The Store of true service, of never-failing cour

'country at the end of the year 1915 tesy, of fair dealing, of trust-worthy merchandise

: han they knew at..the beginning. at right prices

They should take the idea seriously. ORLANDO FLORIDA
-From "The Progress of the World," Proprietors

in the American Review of Reviews

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b @rlau n ''nrt4j Grand Today Er "GET IT AT

-Edited By Miss Eliza Wright I tt ALLEN'S"I I 1

Office telephone No. Iy9. Residence telephone No. 254

WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDARFeb. I Don't forget the turkey supper tonight -
at the Catholic bazaar corner
4th-6th. : fAcTS
Pine and Court streets. Tomorrow .

Thursday I night Miss Rita Lawton and Miss

Rosalind Club. Gertrude Rossiter will have chargeof Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired
7:30 P. M.-Dinner and annual i
the supper and will serve a deli-
meeting: of Orlando Peace Society, [I (Examination Free)

Osceola hotel."Orlando Day". at Seminole county I I cious menu. -o- "The At most reasonable all
fair.Catholic Miss Grace Garlick, of Waynes- Spoilers

Court streets.bazaar, corner Pine and boro Ga., arrives today to be the o Work Guaranteed.

guest of her cousin, Mr. J. F. Watkins 0
Woman's Relief Corps; Mrs. Sperry -
hostess. on America street for the remainder "ASK ANYBODY ABOUT US."
7:45 P. "Pollyanna" lecture, of the season.
Opera House; Dr. Tupper.Friday -0--

3 P. M.-Nullos Club; Miss Margaret Mrs. Cameron Mann Mrs. W. E. ;

Hart, hostess. Fisher and Dr. Mary Glenton left FROM THE FAMOUS BOOK BY REX BEACH t. .11ei : Z Oo.
Catholic bazaar. yesterday for Lakeland, where Dr. ,
8 P. M.-"Hiawatha;" MendelssohnClub Glenton lectured last night. -

Rollins College. -0-- Thrilling, Powerful and Picturesque. A Virile Masterpiece.Fresh JEWELERS
7:30 P. M.-"Christian Fellowship" Obz.
lecture, Unity Chapel; Rev. Carr. The Bachelor' Girls were enter- 1 Jbirr .zdg
Saturday tained Wednesday afternoon by
3 P. :JL--Benefit card party, Rosa- Miss Lillian Smith at her home on from a Fortnight run on Broadway, N. Y. City; and eightweek's
lind Club.
West Central avenue. The guests

4 Catholic to 6 P.bazaar.:Afternoon tea; Miss were the club members and Miss Lucy For Dressing and Bed RoomsWe

Edmonds, honoree; Mrs. Thos. Brod- Gage, Miss Prudence Malone, :Miss record-breaking engagement at the Studebaker in Chicago.

water, hostess. Frankie Smith and Miss Marian show an exceptional varie-
-0-- I ty of novel and artistic wall pa-
Smith. Chicken patties, hot rolls
Mrs. Haden "At Home" The most wonderful Picture ever brought to Orlando or your { pers. They are restful to the
olives. pickles, and coffee were served. i i "
Mrs. A. Haden was "at home" to ; eye, agreeable to the ta&te. We
her friends yesterday afternoon the - I I ask you to see them before de-
Mr. and :Mrs. A. V. Brewster, of I
honoree of the afternoon being Dea- money refunded. ciding. We know that after
Troy, N. Y., are recent arrivals at the
coness Pelle-Clark. Hosts of friends seeing, your decision will be in ,
San Juan hotel who will spend some
and acquaintances called. :Miss Hart, little time in the city. ;,f + + their favor. i

Miss Hattie Hudson, Mrs. Vivian
- I .' '"= Orlando Paint & Wail Co
Paper 1 1F
:Miss Cary-Elwes and Mrs. Carl Rob- I -
Mrs. Frank H. Alfred and daughter. -
inson assisted the hostess in servingtea Miss Dorothy and Mrs. Ralph FIRST PERFORANCE 10.00 A.M. SHARP ... 205 S. Orange Avenue
and chocolate cake mints and
Wilkinson, of Detroit, Mich., who COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261 j
nuts. i ji
have been visiting Mrs. B. M. Rob-
-0-- '
inson at her home on the corner of -
Mrs. Davis Hostess
Jackson and Lake streets left yes- iinnMiMiiiiimmtfiiipAVORTE TO PIANO OWNERS
Mrs. Wm. M. Davis was hostess for terday for Michigan.Mrs. SECOND PERFORMANCE, 3.00 P.M.:: SHARP I
the Young Matrons Card Club'on
-0-- ii behind orders much of the
Wednesday afternoon at her home on
East Church street. Beside the club George S. Northrup, of Brooklyn time, I intend to raise my price for

members there was one table for N. Y., now spending the winterat I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. I piano work from five to six dollars.
the New Lucerne hotel will give a of
number orders
Have had to a
guests those being Mrs. A. P. Thayer Admission 5 centsTODAY'S pass
Mrs. M. P. Davis Mrs. C. W. card party on the roof garden Thurs- THIRD PERFORMANCE, 7.00 P.M. SHARP I from other towns to keep fairly up

day afternoon. with the home work. However, the
and Miss Kilmer. I I
Smith May Quan- -0-- .. M i .IIIIIIIII.III..L
tities of beautiful roses were used in present rates to all
Mrs. M. C. Gillespie, of Birmingham PROGRAM
will be continued. This is thirty
decoration. Mrs. Joseph Bumby, Jr., Eclair. "The Dupe," with Mildred
Ala.f arrived yesterday to visit
played the highest score. A delicious Bright and Bob Frazer in two parts. days notice to prospective patrons
salad course of chicken salad, cheese her son, Mr. T. B. Gillespie, 401 HEAR Joker. Comedy. "Wifey's Busy who may wish work done at the old

balls, hot rolls and coffee were served. North Orange avenue.Seventyninth. "THAT ORCHESTRA" PLAY THIS PICTURE Day," with Max Asher Louise Fra- rate within that time, who can also
- zenda and Bob Vernon.
-0Tuesday be given the old rate permanently.Your .
Five cents to all.
Bridge Club Birthday Under piano is the chief loser if Wade
same management.Boy
Tuesday the second of February,
The Tuesday Bridge Club was en- does not tune it.
dawned bright and clear for :Mrs. Al-
tertained yesterday at the home of 2-2-3tc C. E WADE.
fred Hadley to celebrate her seventy- Scouts of"troop are urgedto
Mrs. Seth Woodruff with a delightful 15 cents. be at the Methodist church
ninth birthday. She missed those she 25 cents present
luncheon cards being played after- the first in the Sentinel.
Thursday night at 7 o'clock. Get news
had been used to have around her and
wards. The guests were Mrs. E. G.
the cheer they brought to her in for-
Hauselt, Mrs. S. G. Dolive, Mrs. J. N. -
mer days for the children so dear to
Bradshaw, Mrs. F. D. Carr Miss May
her heart all dwell far A
Kilmer;and Miss Margaret Hart,who away. LucerneTODAY
substituted for Mrs. C. W. Goodrich. sweet sadness filled the day, and to FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
make it seem more like former times
she invited.her cousin, Jonathan Over-
Baptist Silver Tea
man, of Indiana, to dine with herself Established 1886
The ladies of the Baptist church
and Mr. Hadley. Mrs. Hadley's neigh-
will give a silver tea at the home of
bors dearly love her and had some SPECIAL ALL THE REST OF
Mrs. Wm. M. Davis corner Church
plans of their own to out, so
carry THE WEEK
and West streets, on Thursday after-
Mrs. Briggs first stepped in with her CURTIS & O'NEAL
noon from three to five o'clock. The MR. AND MRS. PAULBRACHARD
knitting and while she was enthu- .
public is invited. A musical program.
siastically explaining how to knit
will be given and tea served.
caps for the cold Labrador country In a Special Act of Vaudeville > .
-0-- :half a dozen others stepped in, and direct from the Keith Circuit. INSURANCE LOANS

Jolly Party to Lake ConwayA ; before she,knew it Mrs. Hadley was Absolutely one of the most

jolly party"wil1 spend the day at I entertaining a number of her friends attractive contortion and hand- .
"Seldom Out" Lake Conway RE\L ESTATE RENTALS
camp and neighbors in her own sweet way balancicng acts on the American

today including Mr. and Mrs. and although passing her seventy- Stage to-day. . .. .
Frank Clum Mr. and Mrs. Frank
ninth she
birthday was entirely equalto "THE- POLITICAL FEUD"
Gifford. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Osteen ,
the occasion and ready for the
Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Mr. Dan Clum A Domino Special Feature com-
and to
one grow on
Mr. Paul Clum, and Mr. and Mrs.Carl whenever her friends were so dis plete in two parts.

Dann. The camp is owned by H. Carl posed. After a while as the even- "TWO KISSES"A

Dann and is one of the attractive bun- ing came on, the friends took possession Royal Comedy. RENT-Bungalo- 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main'

galows which Orlandoites have built sat Mother Hadley down and SAME LITTLE PRICESOSTEOPATHY Street.

around the shores of Lake Conway, produced delicious refreshments which

where week-end and spend-the-day were greatly enjoyed by all. Those !

parties can be enjoyed fishing and present to celebrate the day with the Seven Room House, South Orlando.

boating and duck hunting being the family were Mrs. Allen Miss Allen

chief entertainments. Miss Snyder, Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. E. DR. J. C. HOWELL
Five Room Houses SouthWest; Orlando.
-0-- Tetrick Mrs. S. B. Estes Mrs. Hillman Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon ,

Other Society News Mrs. Payne, Mrs. A. B. Johnson Kirksville Graduate

:Mrs. Thomas Brodwater has as her Mrs. Rose Miss Rose Mrs. Walter Consultation Free

house guests Miss Edmonds and Mrs Rex Mrs. Briggs Miss Briggs. Office HoteL Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan -

Walters, of Chicago who arrived to- Office Phone 716; Residence 1018

day. Mighty convenient-Sentinel wants. Orlando, Fla. . . . . . . .. . . IMIIIM

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,I I FOR partly RENT-A furnished large room, well; terms ventilated rea,I I J..UlH beJ' J.cl th:+ and Shjng1es
M SENTINEL sonable. 412 West Colonial Drive,
Orlando, Fla. 2-2-3t

f FOR RENT-Large, attractive room. !
Tra WANTSThe 11-8-tfc Inquire No. 8 West Washington St.

FOR RENT-Small flat, modern conveniences -
unfurn lt-J. Jas. A.
Morning Sentinel Want Knox. 11-3-tf
Directory is the Greatest tit ant ORLANDO .
to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
Terms Cash in Advance. 10-25-tf

For One Day ______________23t) Royal Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Three Days ___________50c WANTED-Private instructions in ,
For Six Days ______-______75e Must Castil-
__________ Spanish. speak pure I. ,
A CORNER LOTIs For One Month $ 50 lian Spanish, and good English. Ad-
This rate applies on all ads of dress Box 623, Orlando, Fla. 2-2-3t
25 words or less. If the ad con-
tains more than 25 words the rate II JIIMIIIMiltilitlflllMtllliiliilliMIIIIMIIMMMIMIMIillllinim llHi+g
always the Buyer's choice. WANTED-By two carpenters, employment -
will be one cent word for
There are but few corners, each additional word per, for each in- local or in the country; Fair
sertion.If best local reference. Address B., care Sub-TropicallVIid-Winter | |
and they are generally sold you can't bring your ad to of Sentinel 2-2-3t
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- .
early.We counts opened by telephone will be POSITION WANTED-Respectable 0
have a house on a payable the following day. white girl, age 17, desires positionas
dry goods clerk in Orlando. Anx-
OEL..A. DO. FL..A.
good corner lot, all modern Every Home-Every Business- ious to work. Address P. S., care .
and up-to-date. Every Man has use for a Box 35, Winter Garden, Fla. 2-2-3t

Sentinel Want Ad. POSITION WANTED-Reliable New FE Be 9-13 1915EDUCATIONAL
FOR SALE York chauffeur wishes position in ,
private family, or garage, driving.Can .

f The price is very low for FOR SALE-Two lots in Seminole Palmer give very Employment best of references.Office, Apply Or--
Park for $80 each, cash. AddressP. ; ,
1 this grade of property. Call O. Box 373. 2-3-2wksc ange avenue. 2-2-3t-

r in and let us take you out and BOARDNG-Private, home like accommodations Embracing-Agriculture, Horticulture, Floriculture, Domestic
show it to you today. FOR SALE-Gentle family horse; ; terms very moderate -
f work anywhere; and a.new English ; room and excellent board to be Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry,

t A few minute's walk to style street.trap. Phone 387, or 29 Bryan 2-3-3t had at $7.50 per week; you may arrange and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports
for meals only; splendid loca-
f: business center. tion, close in. 301 West.. street. AreoplansLectures and Entertainments all kindsA
FOR SALE-A good lot of store 2-3-6t I

0 ORlANDO BUILDING & LAND[ CO fixtures for sale very reasonable. notable feature of the Sub-Tropical M rd-\\"inter Fair will be an exhibition -
Will be sold individually or in a lump. NICHOLAS & NICHOLAS
of Short Hern and Heil I lijIn :Messrs Cobb
i Call on or address J. F. Watkins, MANUFACTURE all classes of hair Angus, rci t & Denny
II North Orange Avenue Orlando, Fla. 2-2-6t goods, pricts reasonable and work of York, Ala., with Graded Cows and Cahts These ariin alare \\anarhd

PHONE 608 first class. Call and see us at 303 free of ticks and immune cattle le\er. 1 he bulls will be offered for sale and
FOR SALE CHEAP-Three roosters ; Garland street. 161mo'WORKING
r -White Leghorn, White Rock, and cattle owners \\ho wish to in pro\ their herds will have an opportunity' cl get
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL R. I. Red. Excellent for breeding. MEN WANTEDTo ting some fine stock.
FRED B. DALE Also small chicks. 514 W. Central. '"
C. H. BRYANT 2-2-3t attend a lecture on Socialism en-
i ; titled "Christian Fellowship," by Dr.
DAVIS A GILES, Counsel FOR SALE-Best] cafe in the city, I C. E. Carr, of Chicago, at Unity -For information or premium list address
: F. A. PEPPERCORN Contractor doing a good business. Other busi- Chapel, Friday evening of this week.

; dress ness requires Box 215.my entire time.2-2-tfc Ad- 2-3-3t WM. R. O'NEAL, Sec'y H. H. DICKSON, Pres. jj ,

FOUND-A gold scarf pin, in front
} FOR SALE-Five room cottage, all of Howard's Studio. Owner can ;;'11'lllllltlllllltllllllll'IIII lllllllllltlIII'III'111".meIIIIIIIIIIIIIII111.
"s modern conveniences, completely I have same by calling at Curry's electrical
DIXIE LUTED" furnished, 307 Broadway avenue. Ap- I shop and identifying property
ply to.:Mrs. :McDade, 312 1-21-1mo-Broadwayavenue. :and paying for this adv. 1-30-tf, ...

and tools best farm in county; variety buy, sell rent, and exchange real -
cksonrille Chicago and St. Louis Have resided in r' t"/v_ 'tRIIffSNOVDE
fruits 1,600 trees; elegant up- estate. Orlando. Fla- 3 ""
to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock over 30 years. Have handled over !JOr <-/.... :- iI. /
z Reestablished January t, 1915 Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- $20,000,000. Call and see m.:.
er. 1-16-tfc 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
Northbound Daily Southbound

9:35 am Lv.5:08pmAr.. Jacksonv'e Ar. 7:30 pm FOR SALE-Story & Clark upright February 8th-save it for the Miniature
Macon LV.11:45 am grand piano won by Miss Myrtle Fair, at the Orlando opera
8:03 pm Ar. Atlanta Lv. 8:35 am Weeks in the recent contest will be house. 100 children will t-ke:: part.
12:18 am Ar. Chattan'ga Lv. 4:37 am sold for benefit of Baptist church 2-2-3t
4.50 am Ar. Nashville Lv.12.10 am building fund. Piano may be seen KIN LAID \ N
9:28 am Ar. Evansville Lv. 7:30pm I at the home of Mr. and Mrs. :M. E. GRIFFING'S PECANSNo
6:35 pm Chicago Lv.11:30 am Weeks, 10 Washington street. t
2:59 pm Ar:8t: Louis Lv.2:15pm 1-13-tfc more profitable crop can be ,

raised than large paper shell pecans.
Solid Train Compartineut-Obsena- FOR SALE-To those only who have Grafted trees bear young. W. H. Orlando's Largest and Cheapest
tion cars, Standard Pullman cars and cash capital to invest in winter
coaches, between Jacksonville and homes; also big acreage in groves and Brokaw, salesman. Office, 116 South
Chicago. Standard Pullman sleepers trucking lands. Address Box 814, Orange. Phone 267. 1-28-12tc
Jackson to St. Louis.DINING Orlando. 1-8-lmoc FURNITURE HOUSECor
Come and see the Miniature Fair,
CARS FOR SALE a children's cantata given under the
75 acres suitable for citrus culture auspices of the Methodist Ladies' Aid.
and truck farming, bordering on a Admission, 25 cents adults; children, Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
pretty lake and has one-half mile 15 cents. 2,2-3t
Coast Line frontage on the Orlando to Sanford
brick road, this frontage being adapted FOR CORNS, bunions ingrowingnails
Standard Railroad of the South for nice home sites; could be sub- see the chiropodist for men I -
divided into 40 building plots 60x200 and women. L. J. Mustard, over McElroy's -
feet each, leaving.about 60 acres for 1Begill Ir
drug store, 117 Orange ave-
J./G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., citrus fruits and truck farming; five nue. Pedicure and manicure.
Tampa, Florida. minutes walk to railroad station, 1-16-lme
stores, hotel, school and churches. - -
When you consider location and good I
transportation facilities with other
advantages the property's real valueis
$7,500. It is owned by a nonresident -

izes] me who to needs sell it money.for $3,000.He author-Who- $$3,000 Four Lots .
ever buys this property gets a bargain. Buys

DR. L E.Davis C.. building For Young further,, room corner particulars 10 Church, McNeill, call street' on& B [ Ilie Ne w Year r Hi

and Orange avenue. Orlando.

OPTOMETRIST 1-31-tfc $3,000 BUYS FOUR LOTS on Colo-
(Hnccemor ....
tv Dr. u. i*aur,
ORLANDO. FLORID FOR SALE-On account of poor nial Drive, east, fronting Park lake
health,the undersigned hereby offers I
WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES for sale at a bargain, his desirable including a $200 garage and 31 bear- Cook and Heat

AND DO ALL KINDS OF property located at the corner of ing orange trees; all fenced, and 7 .
OPTICAL REPAIRING West street and Ridgewood avenue.
This property is central, in a first large oaks on front and sides. Phone
class neighborhood, and convenientto
Established 1870 : school, business, lake and park. 567 and we will show you the best

R. E. COCHRAN CO., Inc. Owner will sell all, or part, cash or bargain in the city.: WITH
terms.; Property consists of nice new
132 Park Place, New York bungalow. fronting on Ridgewoodavenue
Wholesale Dealers and Commission has six rooms and large
Merchants in Florida Orangesand veiled basement with flue, suitable for
Grapefruit kitchen or* laundry; lot 47x85 feet;
house unfurnished. Price 2100. Have You Noticed
Represented by Also, nearly new, two-story six-
Geo. W. Tull, Orlando, Fla. room cottage, fronting on West street,
Liberal advances made on con- with shed and greenery; lot 46x117 What is HappeningEast
signments. $1,950.feet; house partly furnished. Price GASThen

R. E. Cochran President. Also a beautiful connecting corner of Orlando
T. L Tnrney, Treasurer. I lot, 70x85 feet fronting on two '
l-22-2m streets, and graded for basement
building. Price $1.000. For cash anda Directly Out
quick sale owner would dispose of
all of the above, to one party, for
$4,300. E. N. COY. 2-2-lmoc
Central Avenue?

Buck-master & BrundageOSTEOPATHS FOR SALE You'll' 15
Terms to Suit Purchaser n Surely flapy
Good citrus and truck land, cleared! We offer for sale Seminole
in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots on *
Personal instruction under Dr. Still brick road to be built this year. two I Park Lots, located just at the .
at Kirksville, Mo. miles from Orlando. Phone 1024 4 City limits, on easy terms.
rings,or write H. G.Jackson R. F. D. I
Hours, 9 to 12; 1 to 5; Evenings by No. 2, Orlando, for appointment.
appointment. 1-7-lmo*

132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples -- -- - -------- Also 2y miles from the City
National Bank. Phone 578. FOR RENT I limits near Lake Underhill, 5

PHONE 646 FOR furnished RENT-Five; 606 North room Orange house,ave-all acre timber tracts., good soil Standing, surrounded round by ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO] 4

nue. Apply to Mrs. Eben W. Hunt, groves, and on easy terms.
AUTO FOR HIRE at Mrs. Holden's, Court street.
2-3-3t -

FOR RENT Nice, clean, furnished ,
rooms; all conveniences; large verandas ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO.
17 Hughe Street Orlando, Fla. : shady grounds; rates mod- ,

12-l S4a .. .:. :.. I erate for avenue.season; close in. 205 1-28-61 Magnolia Wttklns Block PHONE 104


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. .. ., ..., .r ,a state, becomes al historie principles. It is a great and Florida especially will vote for its 1
rich and prosperous when it sells party and is destined to live. But own best interests. The depressionyou
I Am Leaving FloridaAnd
Editor Sentinel: more than it buys. Florida has the when a business question like the tar- are now suffering will affect the

It may be a little presumptious fora I resources, the soil and climate to pro- iff is at issue the people of the coun- prices of your land and property for u ill Specially Price my tit'o Properties in Winter Park .
sojourner here to "butt in" and :duce nearly everything it needs to try should vote their sentiments, and years. The quicker the change is

make suggestions for the people of feed its people. It should do so and members of congress, whether Demo- made the better for the South.
A good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800
Florida and the South generally. Ilam stop the outflow of money to other crats, Republicans or what not,should TOURIST. full bearing Orange, Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two I
not a stranger in the South. I sections of the country. carry out the wishes of the people. I blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addi-
was born in the South but now live But there is a bigger question than The two senators from Florida split tion to making a home this property will make a yearly return on
Items From the investment of from 10 to 25 per cent, according to crop and
North. I have visited every Southern any of these for the people of the their vote Monday on the ship pur- market conditions, price $8,500.00; also ,

State and studied their resources and South and Florida especially to con- chase bill. It is a business proposi- My Residence Property in Winter Park, 12-room, New Modern
opportunities. I love and admire the sider. And that question is the pro- tion and should be considered as such. WindermereWindermere dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front, 20 acres of
kind And if the members of land highly improved 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigated
Southern people. They are gen- tective tariff. Now, I speak not as a so congress
garden. Property is close in well located 1
close to the new
erous and hospitable. They are a partisan but as a business man. The from this state should vote for a pro- I Country Club House and Golf inks, a property good enough for

man-loving and a God-fearing people.I tariff question is a business proposi- tective tariff it should not change Fla., Feb. 2.Mr. and the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16- t
have made some investments in f(tion and not a political one. It is their attitude as Democrats and rep- Mrs. H. V. Olney, of Van Wert, Ohio, 500, and will give possession, in 30 days.
See owner only. Write or phone me for a date and I will send
. the South and may make more. So :true that in the past parties have divided -'resentatives of the Democratic party. are registered at Rossmore Inn. my car to any place in Orange County to show you these properties. .
from the above statement it is shown!1 on this issue, but in these days' One of the staunchest Democrats in Mr. and Mrs. Geo. T. Prall, of Del- '

that I am not prejudiced by party or!J j of commercialism men are giving less the house a few years ago was Sam- aware, N. J., spent some time in Win- I ED. F. KEKZ KL

sectional lines. What I say I want)|attention to political parties and more uel J. Randall, of Pennsylvania, and dermere last week, looking over prop- BOX 35. WINTER PARK, FLORIDA

to be taken as given with the sincere ,,to the national welfare and prosper- he always voted for a protective tar- erty with the idea of locating here. Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places.
purpose of helping the South and ity. I iff. The excuse that the depressionin The cottagers on Lake Butler have

Florida, especially, to grow and pros- II I know what has kept the North business is caused by the Euro- organized a five hundred card club
and South apart. But that issue is'' pean war won't bear investigation. end play at Rossmore Inn every Tuesday
per.In I The depression was on before the war I -
then, I they It is buried and should be for- evening.Mr.
the first place, past. began. Foreign wars usually helpour and Mrs. H. H. Williams and . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MMIIMMMMMIIillREAL 7I
people should engage in more divers iI I 1 gotten. When the boys who wore the I
fied crops. This is proven most clear blue join in celebrating the birthdayof business and especially the farm- Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Lyons spent last

ly this year in the case of cotton. General Lee and the boys who ers. But with the exception of wheat Sunday in Clermont.Mr. .
all farm products are lower now than R. L. Bunch, of Orlando, witha ESTATE
And it is shown in a less degree in wore the gray unite in paying tribute
\ :when the war began. Meat is con- party of friends, motored out last
Florida where her staple crops are'to Abraham Lincoln, how foolish for
,' sidered an army ration, but hogs and Monday and inspected Rossmore Inn. I
citrus fruits. With the millions of the later generation to harbor the an- ,
acres of grazing land it looks strange imosities of the past and keep up an cattle are from $2.00 to $3.00 a hun- Mrs. Allen and a party of friends -
dred pounds less now than before the I spent some time in Windermere last
that the people here ship their beef unseemly strife. The South has ar- "
explanation is clear to I
and pork from Chicago and their but- ranged its local governments to suit war. me. Monday. sell all
We buy d classes and kinds of Real Estate.
In this there from
country are 2,000-1 Mr. C. O. McLaughlin, of Jacksonville -
ter from Elgin. j|I itself. The North has not interfered.The .
The climate for chicken raising is North wishes the South to pros- 000 to 3,000,000 idle men. This registered at Rossmore Inn If you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call
from to 15,000,000 mouths
ideal, yet Florida does not raise per, realizing that the prosperity of Monday.
enough chickens and eggs for its own one section means the prosperity of closed against beef and pork. The I Messrs. George Atkins, P. Johnson, and talk your wishes over with us. I

consumption. It is said you can raise the other. )I home market is the big good market. E. H. Johnson, and Miss Miller, Miss t
V And what is true of beef and pork is Dorrer and Miss Slemons, of Orlando The manager of this firm has had years of exper-
down here. Then why ,
corn and hay Today the South needs a protective
also true with oranges and grape- I dined at Rossmore Inn last Fri-
don't you do it and quit paying high tariff more than the North. The industries ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a
fruit. Citrus fruit in the North is a
day night and enjoyed the dancing
prices for Northern corn and hay? I of the North are pretty well
Down here your strawberries bear I established and can compete with the luxury and bought only when people I afterward. million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last a
are making money. If they can't buy
fruit, the finest in the world, for j world with less protection than the''
I citrus I
I meat they certainly will not buy two years.
four or five months. With us up I,I South. I know the Democratic party j jJ i fruit. And what is the result? BAKERS DECIDE NOT TO RAISE .
North the is about two has been wedded to a tariff for revenue PRICE OF BREAD TO 6
season only J i
I I {instead of your growers realizing a We are well posted on the value of all classes and
weeks. Yet with the short season our:j, only. It is all right in theory, i I I CENTS IN CHICAGO
dollar a box they do well to get 30
growers realize only from 5 to 10 I but it won't work in practice. It was or 40 cents. What is your loss this kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all

cents a box, and yours get from 25 tried,. in 1893 and is being tried again ? The annual is around I Chicago, Feb. 2.-There will be no a
to 40 cents a box for four months>t now. In both cases there has been year 8,000,000 boxes. A reduction of sixty immediate advance in bread from 5 to bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real

Why not more attention to strawberries depression in business. We should cents on the box means nearly$5,000- .'6 cents a loaf, it was announced today Estate Bargains.

and less to oranges and grape I not as business men shut our eyes to 000 loss. But it will be greater than [1 as a result of the stand taken by
fruit? You may overdo the citrus these facts. I would not ask that the large baking concerns which declinedto
for thousands and thousands
ofI j
fruit business in time. Democratic party abandon its nation- support the proposal of the Masker -
boxes will rot on the ground. Winter j I
1 be | Bakers' association. 'I
vegetables can not bought un-
less men are employed in the North. Since the larger bakeries have not
Two hundred thousand are idle in I raised prices, the smaller bakeries, it WARING REAL ESTATE COMPANY |

WRIGHT SEED CO.We New York city today. was pointed out, must meet the com-
petition and price Rep-
I was down at Tampa last week
resentatives of several of the largest R. D. WARING, Manager
and visited one of the largest cigar
the Stock of Seed in ,
carry Largest baking establishmenst said there
factories. The manager said that the
for the Celebrated would be no advance in prices for i Rooms 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 631
Orange bounty. Agents output of all of Tampa's factoriesnow
several if at all.
days yet,
was a million cigars a day. But 1 1115tfUlilMBIIItlilft
National Guano Fertilizers : The high price of flour brought
the normal output in good times was <

1,500,000. I asked him what was the !i'about the threatened advance in IH . . . . . . . . . .r' "r..r1..11t'1.'t A
2O6 So. Orange Ave.THE ,
trouble. He frankly and quickly said i prices. ,

it was the tariff law. Florida is peculiarly | --

a state that needs protection. tw
Her main assets are winter vegeta- J "

bles, citrus fruits and tourists. All 1

of these"depend on the general prosper- ,

OLD RELIABLE ity of the country. In prosperous j Polly the Seminary Beauty f fA i
times there will be a rush to Sunny j

DANN'S TRANSFERDr. Florida by the people of the North.I .
I In depressed times they stay at home. I

I I The cotton states have suffered by, COLLEGE MUSICAL
B. D. WIENENGA. Prop. the war. That is true. But suppose

that when the North was securing .
protection for her woolen industriesthe
Livery Draying HaulingWE
South had demanded protection

on cotton goods and that factorieshad I MISS J. PEARLE ROGERS + i

been established all over the r i

GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE South to manufacture the cotton. In j' 1 WITH-
such an event there would not now i

be the loss and suffering by reason A Local Company! of Forty Ladies and Gentlemen .
I' of the low price of cotton. How
much better to manufacture the cot '

I ton goods at home than to ship the BENEFIT CIVIC LEAGUE

Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited raw cotton abroad and ship back the
(finished products. But I have said

HORSES FOR SALE too much already. What I have writ- The Lucerne Friday Evening Feb. 12th. !
'I ten is with the kindest and most pa- ,

'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida 1! triotic motives. I don't care whether Seats on sale and reserved Thursday, Feb. 11th, 9 a. m., Estes Drug Store a
you are a Republican, a Democrat or i
1 Bull Moose if of these r
I a ( any are 11.1" . . . . . . . . . . . . . '. . . . ... . . . . . . . .. . . . . . ... .. . S
left), but I do hope that the South

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T. -A. Yancey Property; Carter and Parramore Sts, :

ONDAY FEBRUARY 8th, at 10.30 a. m. a


urton Bros. Realty Co. SeJ.1iD.g Agents :i

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Drennen Notes HUNDREDS HAVE LOST LAND $1.75 to $2.15, and coarse 'and poor Missouri"*reported""HHHHHH| VHi two HMHI to HHIi six B inches|| H

: I BY FAILING TO PAY TilE sold $1.25 to $1.50. of'snow causing much delay to traf- ORLANDO
DRAINAGE TAX Grapefruit was in moderate receipt fic. .
F For r S Sale l Drennen Fla, Feb. 2Capt. C. L. with good demand for smooth fancy

Albertson spent Sunday with re:aI I l 1 Thousands of acres of land in thei I tives at Tavares. Everglades have been forfeited to the bringing more. Common grapefruit PLUMBING CO
i I Mr. and Mrs. O. Bissell and daugh-I, state and hundreds of prospective I'ranged from $1.25 to $1.85. Tangerines SOMETHING NICEI!
iI iI I j ter left Saturday on a trip to St. Pe- residents in this part of Florida have were in liberal receipt but more ,

I tersburg. I lost all title to their tracts throughthe or less puffy and showed some decay. 26 WEST PINE STREET
?4 .'. .orange grove; has been I I Miss Mary Finch attended the operation of the new drainagelaw Best marks sold at $1.10@1.35 per Two Beautiful Building Lots

set out a year; select budded trees,,j I meeting of the Orlando chapter of the a clause in which law providing half strap with extra fancy higher. On South Oran e Avenue, PHONE 122
I,Daughters of the American Revolu-j'for the reversion to the state of all Poor to common ranged from 75c to Lake
orange and grapefruit; there are tion at Winter Park Saturday. I I lands on which the drainage taxes are $1.-New York Packer.DISAPPOINTMENT. near Lucerne, splen- I,
did view of
111-2 acres in the grove; located on Robert Butler who came here re-I J not paid by a certain date has just': :i the lake only Best Plumbing at Lowest -
between Lake Con- cently from Detroit is making extensive -,been discovered by the Everglades' 2 1-2 blocks from business ,
Lake Jem Mary '
repairs on his property on the ,committee of the board of trade. ': Comes to those who buy "old garden center, nice big shade trees 1, PricesWe I
way and Lake Jennie Jewel 3-4 of a Pine Castle road. I I However, the reversion clause in the : seed." Our store is new, our seeds shrubbery, &c., adjourning

mile from Pine Castle road soon to A. J. Thompson, who has been a';!law was found too late. Title to are fresh. Don't be disappointed. lotto one oi the best res are not ia the combine. .

be bricked; new up to date seven room large real estate owner here, has been |thousands of acres of land has al- ;,, Come to us for pure drugs and fresh dences in city.-For sale by SLAUTER'S all first-class latest inventions usedon
setting out another small grove. i ready been again vested in the state. garden seed. City Drug Store, J. L.
house; good large barn and other Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Anderson and;And the only thing that can now be Dean. 2-3-2wksc WALTER W. ROSE ,

buildings. This proposition is for I I the latter's mother, of :Montreal, N.,done to regain this land for the original -,I REALi ESTATE I Plumbing Construction:
of C., are spending the week ak Orlando purchasers is to amend the law, MERCHANTS AND OTHER BUSINESS Rooms I A 3 Watkins Block
quick sale on terms. Inquire
easy and later the two ladies will come according to J. Stuart Lewis, secretary -j MEN OF ORLANDO, Phone I
J. B. Magruder, Jr., office in Arcade; j I here for a several weeks stay. : of the state drainage board. | ATTENTION 55 Don't forget the Sentinel want ads.

or see the owner I Interest in the newly organized:( J. A. Gates, chairman of the board If you want to know what will be- -- --- - ------- - -

Sunday school continues to increase'of trade's Everglades committee, took come of you under Socialism, ,go: to 'c.o..us;;;.
G. M. BISSELLL I I I and Sunday over fifty were in attend-;'the matter up with the drainage the Unitarian Chapel Friday nicht of r-
this week, and hear Dr. Carr lectureon
ance. Benches have been placed in board and received from the secretarythe "Christian

at grove 1-28-lm ,the rooms and the collection at the information that an amendment i Fellowship. Hammond Gore '
'last meeting will be given to the Belgian -:f to the law will be the only remedy. 1 LECTURE
relief fund. j The directors for the board of trade i i J
'I Rev. E. E. Carr will lecture
:Mrs. Charles MacMahon entre-have discussed the situation briefly, "Christian Fellowship" Friday, Feb-on I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALJ1ERS. t I
tained the Lake Jennie Jewel Circle
SIGNS and it has been decided to refer the
ruary 5th, at seven-thirty at Unity
Friday afternoon at a thimble party. matter to the Everglades league, recently REAl VALUES
Chapel. Rev. Carr comes highly rec- LOW PRICES
Gold Leaf and Aluminum, on Victrola music formed a delightful formed at Fort Lauderdale.
ommended as a very interesting and
Glass or Wood entertainment.Mrs. Committees of this league will meetin COMPARE !
able speaker. 1-31-6tc
Anthony Limegrower enter-, Fort Lauderdale tomorrow and
Cloth Signs and Big Bulletinsa
tained six little girls recently at a some recommendation will probablybe
"doll party" in honor of Martha Ray made at that time.-Miami Me- i, I I
have Morgan with me and can Braddock. Refreshments were servedat j INTERRUPTING WIRE
tropolis. '
!i COMMUNICATIONChicago We provide the of
service quality furniture
give prompt a prettily decorated table centered I I II that has loiig
II been accepted by knowing furniture
I buyers as tit
with a fern planted some time beforeby !
NEW YORK CITRUS MARKET Feb. 2. Weather condi- standard of merit if an article is here it is good'
GEO. A. BARKER the little guest of honor. About ;I I
I tions today continue to hamper tele- It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.Veca 'I mall
110 West Pine St. the centerpiece were many little dolls I York, this point too clear-it is one of the foundai
New Jan. 29. Receipts of graph and telephone companies. Com- on stom%
I which later were given the guests as of this business
Florida oranges were fairly liberal munication with many points was difficult I that means much to jny buye
souvenirs of the occasion. Those I
D. K. DavidsonGOLF present were Martha Rae Braddock, this week and the quality, as a rule, and in some directions cut off. I
was excellent although some cars i Yesterday's sleet storm was suc- McNHLL
Frances David, Ethel and Florence & DAVIS BLOCK *
INSTRUCTOR showed slight decay. Fancy oranges ceeded in much of the district affected ,
Whidden, Elizabeth Bumby, and Lila .
Williams. sold at $2.25@2.75 with a few extra by somewhat lower temperatures, a Cor. Orange Ave and horcb SI.. Orlando. Fla.
Orlando Country Club fancies bringing more money. Good which congealed the ice on wires and
desirable choice stock ranged from made breaks numerous. Kansas and ,-, -
Telephone No. 249. Read the clasified ads. )

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Embroidery, Laces, White Goods and Muslin Underwear :

Once more we are going to delight the ladies of Orlando White Goods in the very newest patterns and weaves in
and Vicinity,with one of our Famous Violet Brand Sales. This, Linen and Cotton, together with a great assortment of the
as many of our customers know, is the prettiest and most Famous Dove Brand of Muslin Underwear. All of these will
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 kinds and widths from Sale Begins Tuesday Fob I come,for it will not only delight you,but will be a great money I
all parts of the world. 1 I saver. ,


Beautiful "NuFrench" embroidered front in blue, worked in '
Every garment included in this, our first sale of Muslin dainty design, with ribbon run through eyelets at top; Seal j
Underwear, is of a quality that is above reproach in its grade. DQYE'tfl lops finish neck and sleeves. i
is first-class in every particular piece being
cues every woman wants it, full, but well fitting i ATKADE BECOMING: SLIP-OVER GOWNS, with fancy front; eleb- I
V -,ftilfAKX orately 1 trimmed with Val. Lace insertion, finished with a
10 STYLES OF NIGHT GOWNS IN V. B. SALE, each 98c *&& $ pretty bow of ribbon.
Undermuslins :
LOW NECK GOWNS of good quality soft nainsook, elaborate YOUR CHOICE OF ANY OF THE ABOVE, and five E
yoke of Fancy Hamburg medallion, set between fine lace other beautiful styles, worth up to $1.50, in the
insertions. Violet Brand Sale _______________________________98c ::1
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____48<., 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 Fresb from New York City the above. To appreciate the real value of these Under Mus-
insertion, completed with fancy lace madellions. lins, you must come to our store.


Tuesday, the first day of the Sale, we will give
every lady who visits our store a Bunch of Violets Free. r


ONE BIG LOT VAL. LACES, all new, fresh and
clean, in Violet Brand Sale ____________________5c

'".;;,. ONE LOT VAL. AND OTHER LACES. These are
*' 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 -
low prices. We are showing a beautiful line of -
_- --, Shadow Lace, Bobinet Laces, heavy Crackley EmbroideredLaces
Venetian Laces, Chantilly Laces, Twotoned French
Laces, Hemmed Bobinet Flouncings, Torchon, Val., Linen and
Cluney Laces. I
Dame fashion has decreed that Laces shall be very good this
spring, so we have bought the greatest line we ever owned,
4 both in foreign and domestic makes. It will be a delight to I
DO see them. D

Under muslins Under


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. ROOf[ GARON( VIOLET BRAND SALE
Special Lot of Embroideries, in Edges, Bands, In-
sertions and Galoons, values up to 25c, V. B.

PAJAMA CHECKS fine soft finish .Sale ___lOc
free from ------------------------------------
dressing, 36 inches wide, Violet Brand Sale __8% c THEATREToNight Special Lot of Beautiful Embroidery, in Edges,
LAWN, plain white, full 40 inches wide, 121/c 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, for a CHARMING FLOUNCING, 27 inches wide, in Trans-
serviceable wash dress, 40c quality, Violet Brand Sale19c Four Reels at Every Show Four parent, Voiles and Crepe, beautiful new designs,
in the Violet Brand Sale 48c, 79c. and 98c.
LUNA LAWN, a plain white sheer material, 36 inches Bigu Drama (McQuarrie) DAINTY SWISS and TRANSPARENT EMBROIDERY:
wide, 15c. quality, Violet Brand Sale ---------______lOc = very fine sheer, with white and colored edges, of
HIS LAST PERFORMANCE> 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 Rex Drama, (Ben Wilson) Pink, Light Blue, White and Black, 45 inches wide,
In Violet Brand Sale _$1.19
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= 27 inches wide, in Violet Brand Sale ____
Hardly a store in America is showing the assortment of A MAN'S TEMPTATION ---------------
these favorite white goods. They are here in a beautiful va ALL OVER VOILE EMBROIDERIES, 45 inches wide,
in dainty patterns, in white and colors, in Violet
riety of patterns and weaves, and at prices never before ofPowers Drama, (Edna Maison) Brand Sale
fered at this season of the year, so don't fail to see this beautiful --

display of Splash Voiles, Splash Crepes, Seed Voiles, A GIRL OF THE PINES ALL on OVER Seeded EMBROIDERIES:Voile, in Violet ,Brand Conventional Sale I _____Designs______,__$1.39 I
Flaked Voiles, Transparent Dots, Transparent Chintz figures, / .
We, are showing a complete I line of very fine Swiss, N.CO' am-
Japanese Mercerized Lingerie Batiste, Piques ADMISSION FREE UNTIL 6.30 P. M. sook and Transparent Embroideries in wide and narrow.
and Linens, in plain and fancy weaves, all at Violet Brand Beautiful Dainty Baby Sets in Edges, Insertions and Yokes,
Sale Prices. Admission Nights,Children, 5c.Adults lOc and Bands, at very low prices in our Violet Brand Sale.


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4ON' Among the unique exhibits at the

DEPOSITBOXES midwinter fair will be the booth of

the Peoples National Bank, where

early U. S. coinage and currency will

be shown. Arrangements have been

made by Cashier Dow with Henry

f WHY INVITE LOSS ? Chapman, of Philadelphia, the fam- .>.:'.:}:::....-. .. .7;: <:."" .:' ', ;
ous numismatist, who obtained the
DON'T keep valuable papers and docu- world's highest price for one coin

ments about the house where they may be ($6,200)), to show his notable collec- .

misplaced, lost, burned of stolen. tion of coins and currency at the ri

fair. Mr. Dow will reproduce in the
main building the Peoples Bank vault.
Safe Deposit Box in our Vault is the Colonial and state coinage and cur- :. ". .. .-. .

safest place for such papers. The cost is rency will be displayed; the largest Your comfort and prosperity for ; 4
small-the security, positive. note issued by the government will

You can inspect the Boxes and Vaults any be exhibited, and the construction of .
a vault and safe deposit boxes will be "
day. I IIUVI H9H3
demonstrated by the Mosler Safe ;

company.: The exhibit will be under .
The State Bank of Orlando
heavy guard, as several thousands of
[: 1 II I! .1 depends
i dollars in real "cash" will be exhib- upon yourself anti your 1

ited. Every night the exhibit will be connections.A .

returned to the Peoples Bank vault.

LEADING PHILADELPHIA PRO- savings or checking bank account
DUCE MAN OPTIMISTIC in this institution is
I Mr. S. W. Igou is in Orlando to a positive step
remain until after the Orange county forward. :
I Mr. Samuel A. Townsend one of'hiladelphia's
:fair next week. lIe took his two fine commission .
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Riddle, of Ravenna I race horses down and will enter them big merchants :
and shippers, spent yesterdayin .
Ohio, are among the guests at in the races.-Ocala Star. : 5Larno"iF :
hotel. Orlando, a guest at the San Juan, :
the San Juan
I on his annual visit. Mr. Townsend is .
Mr. W. M. Gist, of McIntosh
agent at Philadelphia, and has been -. .
Mr. Louis Wellhouse, president of .
Frost & McNab, well known : ::
of the Southern Pro-
the United Paper company, Atlanta, I commission merchants, New York, is for many years ;. .
duce of Norfolk, Va., the L
. Ga., spent yesterday in Orlando.Mr. spending several days in Orlando. He company ; ..,::
Norfolk Hot Bed Growers' Association .. a
I is making his headquarters at the . ...: :: ..:: .:. ,:. .
I and of other fruit and vegetable :: .: :.:: ?. : -'
: : .:
and Mrs. W. Evans, of Minne- !San Juan. .'. '. .. ... . :.:
raisers all over the South. He .: .. .::
ola, were among the out of town visitors -I : : ; :< :
is member of the Fruit
in Orlando yesterday.Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. John D. McCutcheon, a Philadelphia

i of Atlanta, Ga., who have been visiting Exchange. ....,
J. W. Graves, of the growingand I points of interest in the southern Being in touch with conditions in : .. : -

prosperous town of Ocoee, was part of the state, arrived in the city many sections, Mr. Townsend is an .' Q. "-_) ) ;'\ .
I optimist. He expects 1915 to be :a I ,f\ .
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looking after business interests in yesterday to spend a few days. They .0 F :d :. D.
great year. He has many friend! 2 : : ,
Orlando yesterday. I will motor to their home in the Gate :
,I City. here and is heartily welcomed on his ,
annual visits. lie expects to be joined 3
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Zeigler, of St.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Trumbull tomorrow by his wife and daughter, .'..:. :.' ..: > ., .....'. .. .. .... . .. ...... .. -. .. .. .
arrived .
Louis' Mo., have at the San in Orlando arrived and after a tour of the East Coast : : :'-:-:.': ..( :''. : -: ;:. : :' :.:..: : :. .. : .:: ', ... -::. .. .:.;.. . :'::'. /. :'. ::.': :.;::s.>.::::.::\: :.::
Juan to make a stay of some dura- yesterday over the
will visit this section.
tion. Atlantic Coast Line from Connecticut they
and expect to remain during the -- -
Mr. and Mrs. Silas Mansfield, of
Mr. Arthur Green, of Jacksonville, season, having secured pleasant accommodations -
have been the win- -
Chicago, spending
spent yesterday in Orlando in the interest at the Lakeview. They
of the Antietam Paper com-: are old friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. ter at various points in Florida and
: I are now working their way north-
pany. Hurd, .110 Summerlin Place. ward, and as Orlando was in their
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Messrs. C. F.-Johnson and L- T. terday itinerary expecting they made to a remain stop here a yes-few : WE 00 NOT CHARGE E FOR DELIVERING[ r.

Farlow, of Kissimmee, were among Two Handsome '
days; so charmed are they with the
the business transactors in Orlando i
city that their visit is to be protractedinto

yesterday. Lake Front weeks, with a strong likelihood
I II We'll call and
of their buying a property here fora get your prescriptionsand
Geo. B. Woodburn, a prominent

business spending man the week of Franklin with Mr., Pa.C., B.is Grove and Home future winter home. have them back to you in the quickest

Hanson. PropertiesOne time, and the charge will be exactlythe

Real estate activities may be light

today as II. Carl Dann and three oth- same as if you had called at the store

er men will spend the day fishing on .
Lake Conway.Dr. of them is the pret- in
tiest lake front location in person.McElroy's

and Mrs. Gwynn, of Jackson- the State of Florida, with
ville, and Miss Hill, of Virginia, who .- -
and most
large acreage a
have been spending several days in
Orlando, left yesterday for Tampa. modern dwelling.The .

I other has a fine
Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas, of Bowl-
grove, with modern improvements PharmacyPhone
ing Green, Va., who have been spend-
ing several weeks in Orlando, left and worthy of

yesterday afternoon for their home. any further improvementsdesired. The

Mr. J. R. Holland, of Jacksonville, 35 Years Established
These are high priced SAN
was among the business transactorsin
Orlando. Mr. Holland, who for a properties, but they are

long time was a resident of this city, both big bargains. t _

is now state agent for a popular au JUANDo __n_______ _ ________ __ ___ ____ __ __
tomobile.Mr. .

and Mrs. F. Post and Mrs. F. I ,l I
S. G. Dolive & SonREAL
Bostwick were among the departures j

this morning, going by the way of bli.o
To The :
Tampa to Orlando. They will stop at I ESTATENo. you realize the com- .:
Orlando a few days and go from thereto

New Haven, their home. Mr. Boston :3 WEST PINE STREET forts of steam heat, run-

ick will remain in St. Petersburgfor .- ,.."
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a few weeks longer.-St. Peters- Second Floor ning hot and cold water < -t< .

burg Independent. and telephone in Besides reviewing each today, take ,-::'. ,,,; ; ,,
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II 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111Artistic room. You will find all of thought of every tomorrow, for those who '<< }_si' ,
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Souvenirs t these conveniences in every get ahead are the ones who look ahead. ... .

room in the San Juan. .r ...,, .,
To look ahead means to be prepared + 11
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when opportunity knocks at the door. J \ 4f .
parlors, halls and receptionroom I
Sterling Silver Spoons, Forks, Hand j
Ambition can always achieve when the
with night and
Painted China, Crumb Trays and many ; ; "

service, and you have all financial foundation is solid. Convert a t j'
other useful and beautiful articles typi- : 55

the up-to-date service that share of your earnings into a saving each -
cal of Florida and Orlando that will provea

you will get in the best week and your ambition will be realized in '
source of great delight to your friends
hotels in the large cities.
the future.
"back North." We also carry a complete I

line of up-to-date Jewelry. Our Repair This institution offers a safe depository ;

Department is in charge of most compe- I for those who look ahead. On Savings

tent workmen. Accounts we pay 4 per cent interest. -

L T. H. EVANSJEWELER Orlaildo n Bailk & Trllst Copy I.

Orlando's Conservative Bank

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