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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: February 5, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00476
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
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I :_THE MORNING SENTINEL t





VOLUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, fEBRUARYT 5, 1915. NUMBER 307.




THE KAISER PLANS TO STARVE BRITISH :





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iv BRITISH LAND IN WATERS ISLES WAR ZONE WILL AND BE IRE- I I I LACK ONLY SIX Spring Full CampaignIn BlastIn 1 0,000 SUFFER IN ORANGE COUNTY BRICK ROAD I;




WILL KEEP All VESSELS AM 1 VOTES TO BEAT A Few WeeksLondon MilE OF JOHN WERE SIGNED :


Feb. .-It is impossible, CONTRACTS
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''in view of the contradictions in the
Turks Meet Overwhelming Defeat -
WILSON VETO German and French official state- D'S OFFICE

in Battle at Suez ments, to get a cfear idea of what is GOOD SEMINOLE COUNTY FES-+ FI
ASSIGNMENTS MADE TO
Canal, Says Cairo happening along the battle line extending TIVAL AT SAXFORD !I i
from the North sea to the I VARIOUS CONTRACTORSYESTERDAY 4
Dispatch FOLLOWING DEBATE THE Vosges. SOCIALIST LEADER CRITI- I I

HOUSE VOTES TO SUS- Today, as in other days, both Paris CIZES ROCKEFELLER Orlando did itself proud yesterdayin ..
London, Feb. 4.-In tonight's official its great parade to Sanford. Over -
and Berlin claim victories of consider -
pronunciamento from Berlin the TAIN VETO FOUNDATION one hundred cars, many gaily dec-
al importance and as before both START NEXT
WORK WILL WEEK
German admiralty declares that all orated, were in line.
claim victory in the same action.
waters in and around Great Britain The big crowd from here fairly
FLOOR LEADER GROWS VIOLENTUrges This particular battle took place at HELP AMERICANS NOT BELGIANSSays .
and Ireland will,be in the war zone took the breath of our neighbors on
a point north and northwest of Mas- Overstreet, Robinson and Con-
after February 18. the north. Orlando colors were in evidence &
siges. Here, according to the French
This is taken to be the second step All Democrats to Override report, "the Germans gained some Many Men and Women in everywhere. The day was an tractors Sign-Great Care ,.
in the campaign forecast by Admiral ideal one for such a trip and every- Made in Selecting
Objection of Presidentto headway by the explosion of a mine Bread Lines Helped JohnD.
Von Tirpitz as war' against all ships body had a good time. It was much
but the entire
under French trenches, Roads R
approaching the British Isles. the ImmigrationBill Amass His Great like going to a circus, or a big Fourthof
position was retaken by us. t -
The destruction a. few days ago of July celebration. Sanford is pulling
According tp Berlin the Germans Fortune The contracts for Orange county
British merchant ships by German off a good show this week. The
succeeded in capturing the French brick roads"were signed yesterday by
submarine is generally regarded as Washington, Feb. 4.-By the nar- trenches on a front twenty miles New York, Feb. .-Morris Hil- display of fruits and vegetables is M. O. Overstreet, president of the I aBoard
the first step of Gen. Von Tirpitz's fifine. In the domestic and fine
rowest of margins, following the debate long, taking prisoners and war mate- quitt, the Socialist leader, in criticis- very of County Commissioners, B. ,
plan, and today's announcements that arts hall are things showing
in. which the floor leader urgedall rials. Tonight's official French state- the Rockefeller foundation before many M. Robinson, county clerk, and the individual -
even the waters of the Dutch coast ing the handiwork of women. In this hall
Democrats to override the objec- ment, after making the usual claimof contractors. The following
will be made dangerous for hostile or the federal investigating commission the state board of health is conducting -
f tion of the president the house repre- victories at several places, tells ofa assignments were made to the differ- ,
neutral shipping is accepted as another declared that within mile of an educational campaign against
sentatives today voted to sustain the'' renewal of artillery duels along the today, a ent contractors.
in the to starve .
campaign diseases.
move
veto to the immigration bill. The Flanders front and down as far as a 26 Broadway there were ten thousand Alabama Paving CompanyStarting -
the British Isles by keeping all ves- The afternoon parade was
final count showed the proponents of point north of Arras. suffering from hunger as much as, if very at Pine Castle and building from
sels matter what flag will creditable. beautiful and attractive
no Many -
away the bill, which numbered 261 tacked The concensus of opinion is that that town north and south.R. .
than the whom
be flown. not more, Belgians to floats were in line. The
only six votes of the two-thirds nec- such fighting as is going on in scat- M. Hudson road will
Apopka
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ships loaded with wheat and corn and cheap show business seemed to be a
essary to put the measure through tered points along the line is of a desultory !commence on the east side of Lake
Berlin, by wireless to Sayville, I.. *., uesnite President Wilson's veto. I. character and has absolutelyno other foodstuffs were sent. little overworked. The streets were Fairview.

Feb. 4.-The following official state- This was the third time that a pres- bearing either on the general result Hilquitt said the bread lines were blocked for squares with these Southern Paving and Construction

ment was issued by the admiralty today idential veto of an immigration bill of the war or on the plans of the growing larger every day and thai shows. Conway and Oakland
in those dreadful lines But all in all the Seminole county Company-
: men
containing a literacy test provisionhas for the many
hostile camps spring cam- roads also the road leading to the
"The waters around Great Britain come before the house. Efforts paign which is to be under way with probably at some time had been em- fair is a good one and deserves a liberal Seminole; county line through Winter

and Ireland, including the whole Eng- heretofore to pass the measure over full blast in a very few weeks. ployed in one or another of the num- attendance. Park and Maitland. They will com
lish channel, is declared to be in the the executive's head have failed. erous industries which Rockefeller
the road to
operations first on
war zone from and after February 18, WHAT A CHANGE HAS COME invested, and have helped him aug- SUDDEX DEATH OF BELOVED mence Conway.It -.

1915. Every enemy or merchant ship Fate of Purchase Bill Uncertain ABOUT IX 33; YEARS ment..'his great fortune. OVIEDO WOMAN was a serious problem where to
found in this zone will be destroyed, Washington 'Feb. .Champions M"r r: -
itartJhe building of the roads Mr.
if it is impossible to avert dan- New York Feb. 4. Fifteen hun Smith of Oviedo wife .
even and opponents alike of the adminis- Thirty-five years ago this springDr. ; Mrs B. G. ; Overstreet worked with the end in
gers threatening crew and passen- tration ship purchase bill today S. McElroy cleared away the dred wagons are today collecting bun- of Mr. B. G. Smith, president of th! view of commencing construction

gers." rounded up their forces for a continuo pine trees on the lot where the Mc- dles of clothing in every section of Bank of Oviedo, and for many year I work where a diversion of traffic

ation of the fight over the measure. Elroy Pharmacy now stands. At that the city for distribution among the a conductor on the A. C. L. railroad', I would be possible, so as not to interfere .

Turks Defeated Each sought to strengthen their time they were not serving the deli- needy unemployed men and women died suddenly at Sanford Wednesda: in manner with the traveling .
Cairo, Feb. .-Full details of yes- ranks with additional votes. Upon cious chocolate ice cream sodas whichare and for children of the poor. Thousands noon. With her husband they werE I any

terday's twelve hours fight at the the outcome of these efforts dependthe a feature of the pharmacy re- I of bundles were received yes- driving in an automobile to that cit y; public.The Pine Castle road, which will be

Suez canal show fully 12,000 Turks fate of the bill. freshrpent department at he present terday at the headquarters of the when Mrs Smith was suddenly stricken .. I in charge of the Alabama Paving

employed at three points were beaten The Democratic leaders planned to time. Neither did the pharmacyboast Dundle Day committee, and it war with paralysis which proved fatal: company, is one of the roads in the

with heavy loss in killed wounded an'd make a supreme effort to save the of such artistic,window displaysaw believed that the day's collections The funeral services were held yesterday worst condition, and progress will bee .

captured. The main attack was delivered bill by recommitting the measure with now greet the eyes cf the Orlando would be more than a million bun- at Oviedo and interment oc hastened in that direction.The .

at Tusun, near Serapeum, definite instructions for amendments, public. dles. curred in the Oviedo cemetery. Shi
where the Turks attempted to cross while the Republicans were to seekto is survived by her husband and sev Southern Paving and Construction

the canal at three o'clock in the recommit without instructions, eral sisters. She was thirty-five year:S company will start building operations .

morning. The batlte here lasted until thus pigeon-holing the measure for SECOND ANNUAL MEETING FLORIDA ARCHITECTS TO old and a most beloved' woman. Thi.e on the road to Conway first.

late in the afternoon when the Turks the present session. The majority sympathy of a large number oj:f This was deemed advisable by the

were forced to retire. leaders were unable yesterday to mus- : friends is extended to the bereave d board on account of the heavy trafficon
ter sufficient votes to carry out their oiORIANDOPEACESOCIETY MEET IN ORLANDO husband and sisters. the roads to Oakland and Winter
Park. There being but few roads .
and decided to hold off the
TWO MEN KILLED BY EXPLOSION program
IX" KISSIMMEE MILL vote on the motion to recommit in a NEXT WEEK "Pollyanna; or Seeing the Brigh t over which traffic could be diverted,
advisable to wait until
it was thought
Kissimmee, Fla.. Feb. 4.-Gelon further effort to strengthen their Side of Things," was the subject oj f: the tourist season is nearly over be-

Tyner and a Mr. Hall were instantly forces. Dr. Tupper's lecture. One of thi d fore starting operations on the last

killed and two others probably fatally HELD AT OSCEOLA HOTEL THIRD ANNUAL SESSION OF largest audiences that has assemble named highways.
when boiler exploded at THE WEATHER in Orlando recently packed.the open:
injured a STATE ASS'N WILL BE
EVENING
LAST ; 47 Following the signing of the con-
Bell's mill, on Boggy creek, seven Florida: Cloudy Friday; probablyrain NOTABLE AFFAIR house last night to hear Dr. Ker r the left Orlando
contractors
PRESENTW. tracts
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miles from this city, at 7:45 this in north portion. Saturday part Boyce Tupper's splendid and thrillinj,g
morning. ly cloudy. lecture on the above named subject: i (Continued on page 4)
R. O'Neal Re-elected Presi- Interesting Program Has Been

Arrested When Check dent; Branch and Mrs. Arranged by King and Hut- Novel Offer For Relief Of War

Surgeon Christ, V.-P.'s; Smith, ton, of Orlando, Who

I German-American Bank Found I Sec.Treas.The Brought Meeting Refugees Is Made In VermontNew I

second annual meeting of the Secretary E. A. Ehmann of the

-- Orlando Peace Society was held last Florida Association of Architects, of;
Jacksonville, has sent out notices to York, Feb. 4.-A novel offer to cultivate the land for themselves
The Sentinel today publishes the So I finally had to send to the evening at the Osceola hotel, in the
fifth and last of a series of articles i American hospital at Neuilly, five form of a banquet. Covers were laid the members of the date and placeof for the relief of war refugees was "they may do so, paying the owners

written from France and England by miles out of Paris, for some of the for forty-seven President ,Yo R. the third annual convention. Or- made here today to the Belgian relief 30 per cent of the net returns.

Dr. W. H. Gardner, of Bloomington, II doctors to come in and identify me. O'Xeal presiding. Following the lando was selected at the last meetingin committee. The Egg Mountain Orch- I The corporation employs an expert
111., a personal friend of the Sentinel After many profuse apologies and dinner, talks on the peace movementand Jacksonville, L. P. Hutton and pomologist who will instruct the Bel-
I Mury S. King the two members from ards, a corporation owning two thou- gians, but it is hoped that they will
publishers. Opinion indicates that the opening a bottle of wine for us doc- its progress were made by :Mr ,
Sentinel subscribers have been inter- I tors they let me go. I was not George Abbott, Mrs Dudley and Mr Orlando, strongly urging the selectionof sand acres of land, near Egg Mountain I be men who have been employed on

ested in these letters. I frightened, for I knew I could call on O'Xeal, and a letter was read from their city. Vermont, will welcome Belgian I the land in their own country.

It is the hope of the Sentinel that ; the hospital if necessary, but I wasi Senator Theo. Burton, president of The convention will be held on farmers to cultivate its extensive I In addition to fruit raising the Belgians -

other letters from Dr. Gardner's pen i i going to use it as my last card, as the national society. Officers were Thursday and Friday, February 11-12. fruit orchards on a liberal share I will find several streams

may be presented at a later date. I hated to make the busy doctors elected for the ensuing year as follows The first session will be held in the basis. stocked with fish and there are 20,000

London, Jan. 2.-I had my first experience come clear into Paris. : President, W. R. O'Neal, re- Slks Club room at 2 p. m., Thursday.The There are several houses on the rock maple trees which ought to neta

in France of being arrested.I There were five of them came in, elected; vice-presidents, W. S. Branch, Friday morning session will be property, which the Belgians can use, profit of fifty cents a tree. There

inquired of a man on the street in I including the famous Dr. Blake, of Jr., and Mrs. C.4 D. Christ; secretary- held in the tent on the fair grounds.This and the' settlers will be allowed to cut I! is a large deposit of slate on the

Paris the way to a certain place. He I New York, who recently had so much treasurer, Mr. Frank A. Smith. gives the members a chance to all the timber they need for additional land, too, which can be worked to

could not understand my French, so notoriety. He recently married Mrs The membership of the society is take in the exhibitions and other attractions buildings.The f show ap rofit. The company will attend -

I tried him in English without result.I McKay'here in Paris about a month now 104, but the officers desire to in- on the fair grounds. The corporation will pay wages to to the disposal of the entire output -

thought possibly he might under- ago. He and his new wife entertainedus crease that number to form a nucleusof official banquet will be held Thurs- the Belgians at the standard rate and !' of eggs, game, poultry, vegeta-

stand German, which he did, but I American doctors at their home a state organization, which will be day evening. The regular meeting in addition give them twenty per cent bles and fruit.

was soon picked up and taken to a I'one night. He is the head of the formed during the coming year. The Friday afternoon will adjourn in timeto I of the proceeds if they work on the The Belgian committee has taken

military headquarters as a suspicious i American hospital. work of peace societies in the United give the members an opportunityto planted orchards. If the settlers wish the matter under advisement.

subject. t The allies have had some very dear States is quietly carried on, but is of visit Gasparilla in Tampa, if theyso

They gave me a very rigid exami- I experience with spies, so that they. great influence in forming the opinionof desire. SECRETARY BRYAX IX INDIANA I I LARGE PARTY OVER A. C. L.

nation of the passport letters in my I are getting very suspicious of every I II the national attitude on the great The North Carolina and the South TO MAKE SPEECHES ARRIVESA

pocket, etc. I showed them my old I I stranger, but I am not the least con war now in progress in Europe, Sen- Carolina associations of architects large party of tourists arrivedin

pass on the C. & A., also membershipin 'I cerned. I have many influential acquaintances ator Burton being the authority for have been invited to attend this convention Indianapolis, Ind, Feb. 4.-Secretary Orlando last night over the At-

the American Medical Association, I who would take care of the statement that the present firm and it is hoped that a large Bryan came to Indianapolis to- lantic Coast Line. They were mostly

which seemed to satisfy them and me in any emergency.I neutrality of this nation can be tracedin number of the members will beableto i day for a visit of two days. His pro- from points in Indiana. They expectto
they were about to let me go when one am getting fine work here and a large way to the work of the visit the state. The Master Build- I remain in this section several days

of them went through my pocketbookand I more than I can do, and the experience thousands of members of the many ers' Association and the Builders and gram included eight addresses, one I and then go farther south.

found a blank check on the Ger- of being over here at this unusual -. societies in nearly every state in the Traders' Exchange of Jacksonville, of which was before the Democratic

man-American bank of Bloomington, time is an experience quite Union. Yearly membership fee is $1, and other kindred organizations in State Editorial association, and an- The largest stock of Orlando and

and that did settle things. They were I worth while. My friends back home and may be sent or given to Mr. the state have also been invited. other on "The Railroad's Relation to Florida pennants. Prices from 25

sure that I needed further investiga- I have been very good in writing to i Frank Smith, treasurer, who has offices An interesting program has been the Business World" at a transportation cents up. Curtis & O'Neal, Orange

1 -tion. me. in the Watkins block. (Continued on page 4) association banquet. avenue.
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HOTELSTHE Personal Items III'

From Taft, Fla.Taft I that. he D. will Heizer arrive--writes--in Orlando the Sentinel February -\I': j Seeds Seeds Seeds j

KEYSTONE HOTEL r 6 from his home in Arlington, I
Fla., Feb. 3.-Mr. S. Rizk, of
Mass. He says, "it is very cold here, j
Corner West and Church Streets i the Rizk Bros. company, of Orlando the ground is covered with snow, andI NEW STORE
fcplen? ,li,l .cr\ice, Exctl e .t io m>. Hot and cold l! water. One of the be-t I and Jacksonville, has rented the store will be glad to be in dear old Or-
cooks in the state Rates, 7.0O irr: week and up. icial:: rates to parties, "
\\ishingtable board. building of J. II. Estes and opened an lando. NEW SEEDSSweet

W. G. DUNCAN, Prop up to date grocery and general mer-
GRAND MANAGER'S FATHER 1OHL.XDO :'\
chandise store, a welcome addition to Corn, Field Corn, Peas, Beans, .Etc. We r
our business enterprises. We predictfor
THE WINDERMEREChoice I guarantee our seeds to be fresh.Don't .
:Mr.: Rizk a profitable share of
H. II. Tallman, of Lebanon, Pa.,
trade. Mr. Estes has moved into the father of Mac Tallman, of
Location All Modern Conveniences manager be disappointed, come to us for Drugs
Moon block. the Grand theatre arrived in Orlandoyesterday
Excellent Table Good Water Reasonable Rates: We are informed that Mr. S. J. for a visit.DIS.l'POIXTIE1. ; and Garden Seed.City .

Lake Lucerne Fla. Sligh has rented a large tract of landa
On Beautiful Orlando
little south of town and will set 5 i I

acres of tomatoes, and others are to
Comes to those who buy "old garden
VISIT "COLLIER GROVE" LAKE APOPKA set from 15 to 20 acres more. The
seed." Our is seeds *
store new, our Drug Store
FOR THE BEST FISHING intention is to build a packing house
are fresh. Don't be disappointed.Come .
On main country road, four miles east of Clermont and three miles west of and to have enough fruit to ship a
to us for pure drugs and fresh
Ookland; 16 miles west of Orlando, at Bear's Gap Station, T. & G. R. R. car load or more a xlay. garden seed. City Drug Store, J. L. A GOOD DRUG STORE." ..
Parking place for Autos. Fine Pier and Pavilion and Picnic Grounds. Tripsto John Hill and Geo. K. Thomas were Dean. 2-3-2 wkscMERCHANTS

wonderful "Boiling Springs. Steel Motor and Row Boats, well equipped, business callers in Orlando Saturday. J. Z DEAN Ph.G.
for hire. Agents for Ferro Motors and Mullin's Steel Boats. Mrs :M.: B. Reynolds: and :\Irs.llelen ,. :

Oakland Office with T. Connell, Grocer. Telephone at residence "Collier B. Johnson went up to Orlando Friday MEN AND OF ORLANDO OTHER BUSINESS . I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I a u lie .1..1.1 I . . I' . I I II..

Grove," call Monte Verde. Pavilion on pier. Can be engaged for dancing on business and pleasure.Mr. ATTENTION --------
and Mrs. B. F. Hendricks, of

purposes. Sterling, Ill., who have been stop- If you want to.know what will be- .
ping at the Nelson House for a few come of you under Socialism, go to
the Unitarian night of WRIGHT SEED CO.
Chapel Friday
days, left on the A. C. L. Friday fora
Home Comforts Service Finest Roams in City this week, and hear Dr. Carr lectureon
visit with relatives in Auburndaje, "Christian Fellowship."
Sanitary Inspection Rated 100 after which they will return for the We carry the Largest Stock of Seed in

remainder of the season in Taft. LECTURERev.
Mrs Adelaide J. Emory is havingher Orange Lounty. Agents for the Celebrated -

THE NEW GRANDHENRY lot on Second street cleared preparatory E. E. Carr will lecture on National Guano Fertilizers
to building in the near future .
"Christian Fellowship" Friday, Feb-
BtRTLETT.. Prop. and making this her winter homeat ruary 5th, at seven-thirty, at Unity 206 So. Orange Ave
least and perhaps permanently.
Chapel. Rev. Carr comes highly rec- .;
European Plan 15 West Pine St., Parties are looking over the pros- ommended as a very interesting and .
pects and think of starting the bak- able speaker. 1-31-6tc -- --6-----
Rooms with Bath Orlando Fla. ery again. Also other parties are

looking up a place for a meat mar- z
DR. F. F. THOMPSON
ket. Our supplies in both of the WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver

TOURISTS ATTENTION! above lines are at present irregularand DENTISTRecently hear this before? Let the Delicatessen' Man do it.

uncertain.C. Something new Something New !
We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando H. Nelson and Lyman Bowman of New York Try it. Ask Abouit..
Over Curtis & O'Neals, Orange Ae.24d&wlm. the table. For foitwo, for
Complete Lunch put up ready for one,
Prepared by our New York Cook motored to Orlando Saturday for sup- three or more "

plies, and on other business. __ __ _ I Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
100 Rooms Bath, Steam Heat. $1.00 Strawberries are ripening nicelynow. PHONE 646 COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES e
Barklow Harriman POTATO SALAD *
Messrs.:: Boyce, .

Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water an dothers are picking large AUTO FOR HIKE J. R. TRESHER J. E. MCHQLSOYS
ones, but they need a 1 ittle more FIRST CLASS REPAIRING
warm sunshine, as they ripen slowly. Phone 26 Bakery
BARNARD & SON -
EMPIRE HOTEL t
Experiments have proven that or- -
anges and grapefruit can be grownin 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla. ..

54 Light Housekeeping Rooms Taft and vicinity, notwithstandingthe 12-10-lra

fact that real estate dealers in i VALENTINES[ [ AND VALENTINE[ { POSTCARDSAll
other sections try to convey the idea D. K. DavidsonGOLF :
ROSSMORE INNWindermere to purchasers that they will not grow

here. :Mr.: McKain took a box from INSTRUCTOR:

one tree four years old, and C. A.

This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric Tompkins picked .both oranges and Orlando Country Club kinds and prices to suit all

lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with grapefruit from small trees set three Telephone No. 249.

Lath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish- years ago. He also has peaches, figs, tastes and pocket books. Get yours '
ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. pineapples and bananas from trees
set since he came here in 1912. Taftis
only fivfie years old and in a few while the assortment is good.
.
years will show groves to compare
THE OSCEOLASTEAM with any other new part of Florida.It ORLANDOCO W. S. BRANCH

takes a little time to develop.Our ,

HEAT THROUGHOUT new lock-up is completed and ,. The Arcade Book and Music Store
ready for tramps and lawbreakers.
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we hope when spring opens to have ,
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them in fine condition.
Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round Mrs. T. E. Kidder and son, James, PHONE 122

European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite who have been visiting with Mayor

-. and :Mrs: A. :M.: Bristol, started for Best Plumbing at Lowest -
3,1" .' their home in Berwyn, 111., Monday.

Miss Annie A. Robbins, national PricesWe Y64P. 1
lecturer and organizer of the W. C.

T. U., will lecture in the chapel this are not in the combine. _
afternoon and evening. She comes SLAUTER'S latest inventions usedon
highly recommended and will un- all first-class BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS

doubtedly give some fine lectures. LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARSElTecth"e

Among the guests at the Nelson Plumbing Construction: from August 1, 1914 to August
House the past week were C. G. Miller reduction -
against any
and guaranteed
Charleston, S. C.; R. K. Wilbur, 1,1915
that time:
during
Dwight, S. D.; E. L. Merfs, Auburn,

THE ARCADE HOTELJ. :Me.: ; C. D. Wolf Rock Island, ILL; G. Touring Car $555.00
W. Warren, Grand Rapids, Mich.; T.
B. MAGRUDER.Jr., Prop. P. Schoonover, Cleveland, 0.; J. II. Fir F r Sal Runabout 505.00F. ..

Toombs, Charleston, W. Va.; P. J. 0. B. OrUndo. All can lan eqaJppe4. .
First Class Restaurant Livery and Autosin
Cooke, Fremont, Neb. tttletnrrlm
Building in Connections Briber..er .fmttory w. will pf be. Orlando Fla. PINE APPLE ONE OF COMING and .In departnenta II we pee. .t..t
r between the oboes dmUfc
ENTERPRISES FOR THE .. w
COUNTYOne .i .orange grove; has been 4nd rtouW aharc.e reach I...thl III pr..""Ctl"e7"eVT. (oe ltPrt..t
the "eyno. .
.. retail buyer ..... pureba.a aew
IF YOU WANT A LUNCH set out a year; select budded trees, A.F.r.uut car 1.IU5)betwea enf'J'A.< of price...d pr.it.barmc -
M BMPi MHHHB of the coming enterprises further par c.lan r. ardi << IkeUw
there F.r
orange and grapefruit; are :
worth the money, come to Pope's Quick Lunch Counters. Our Orange county is pine apple culture. I .
this 111-2 acres in the grove; located on P'F. '
Prior to the great freeze was one
food is not cooked in front of your eyes, where you are annoyed G. RUSH
of the chief industries in this locality, Lake Jem Mary, between Lake Con- ]
with the odors and heat, but in our sanitary kitchen. Try a cup but; it was not revived after the calamity 'hone 226JUST
of our Rowland Special Coffee French Dripped. The price is of that period. Now, however \\ayand Lake Jennie Jewel, 3-4 of a

only 5c. a cup. We offer you the best of service. experienced men are making mile from Pine Castle road soon to

nice profits from the growing of pinesof be bricked; new up to date seven room
Pope & Co.'s Quick Lunch CountersChurch excelled no-
a quality that are house; good large barn and other

Street. Open from 5 a.m. to midnight where. Pines are daily coming into This proposition is for IJ
buildings.
the market in large quantities and are JONES GOES THE SAME

bringing good prices. quick sale on easy terms. Inquire of
suit
Land owners are learning to in Arcade
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J. Magruder, Jr-office
their planting to the soil and thus I

ORLANDO ROOFINGAND diversity of farming, a thing much or see the owner

needed in Florida, is rapidly being I
brought about. This enables the G. M. BISSELLL, :My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen

farmer and grower to have somethingfor months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the

SHEET METAL CO. the markets every month in the at grove 1-28-1m* same time it always .

year. has.TIME
Florida, and especially Orange TABLE
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos is rapidly developing her agricultural -: ------ ----
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The
and horticultural resources. -For FineWATCH Bus Leaving Orlando in Front of Evans Jeweler.
and Rubber
Roofings T
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GROCERY COMPANY; I
Cornices Sk)ligbts. Heating Ventilating Metal Ceilings FORAGE LARGEST GROCERY STORE JEWELRY REPAIRING. WEST Read Down BOUND EAST Read BaUD Up


Works: 14 E. Church;St. ORLANDO Just received IN ORLANDO a carload of high call an on expert C. VATER at this trade whois I\A. I.IA.l\1. P. 1\1. !'A.1\1. P. M.P.; 1\1.


grade flour, in 24 lb. sacks; priced with many years experience Orlando .I 6:30;10.15 3:00 I 9.30 .30: 6.00

very reasonable. Also carload of Red Ocoee 7:3011.15 4:00 8.3C 12.30;: 5.00Winter

Bliss seed potatoes Call and see at Youngs Repair ShopOpp. Garden I, : )I I:3c 4'301 8.15 I2. I51 4.45

Try Sentinel Want Ads. ,lour Phone prices.638. 21 West Church 1-30-6tc street. Post Office Pine Street I Oakland So04:3; 8.00--i 4.30 t


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Newsy Saturday.Mr. I
fee lot advertised for $1200, and Mrs. Wm. G,, Klett, of Detroit 1

with a reduction of $400.00, if I From OaklandOakland friends of Mr. and Mrs. M. G. I; I the I IA
Polly Seminary
Pierson, are at the hotel this week. I Beauty
buyer would build, was boughtby I Fla., Feb. 3.-Mrs. E. T. They have been taking a pleasure trip I
Lohr, of Washington D. C., is visiting through the state. i
Mr. Samuel Brice of New
her cousin, Lawrence Smith, and The following registered at the I
York. We have decided to of- family. Mrs. Lohr spent the winter Oakland hotel the past week: Chas. COLLEGE MUSICAL COMEDYTO
here years ago when the railroad Merrllle, Titusville; L. Cooley and
fer another one. shops were here. wife Geneva, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. S. I BE PRESENTED BY
Miss E. C. Crawford, of Minneapolis Covert, Washington D. C.; T.
Minn., arrived Saturday and is Brown, Tampa; Abe Levy, New ;
Corner lot, well located. Sidewalks C.I MISS J. PEARLE ROGERSWITH
the guest of her cousin, C. C. Collier Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Pope, South
water, lights, gas. North and family. ilton, Mass.
I Mrs. F. F. Cross visited her motherat Miss Edith Sadler gave a surprise --
east. Will take $600if I
$1000.00. Homosassa last week. While away party at her home, in honor of Miss
buyer will build within one she procured twelve nice cedar trees Annie Connell's sixteenth birthday, A Local Company of Forty Ladies and Gentlemen
which she donated to the park. on Saturday afternooh. The girls as-
year. Mrs. Jeff Waits spent all of last sembled early and staid behind closed I
week with Mrs. Josie Waits at You- doors, in the parlor. Lena Story BENEFIT CIVIC LEAGUE
mans. She brought baby Claud home called for Annie, and as they entered
with her, who has improved greatly: Edith's home the door was suddenly I
in health. I I thrown open to receive her. Games The Lucerne Friday Evening Feb. 12th.
Mrs. Wise, who is with her daughter were played; the advertisement game I ,

CARL DANN I at Orange City, has not been well and contest, "Can you guess what Sats on sale and reserved Thursday, Feb. 11th, 9 a. m., Estes Drug StoreMMMMMMIMMMMMM
I stately and Mr. Sadler and Mrs. Chas. they are?" being the leading amusE-- I
Tilden went over to see her Monday ment. They were then led to the sit- .
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I and found her much better. ting room where a large jardiniere i
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industry at Washington, and they tium leaves. This contained a'shower -
Just Arrived 1915 Harley-Davidson
I have sent a fine collection of trees for the honoree. Refreshmentswere
COMPANY and shrubs, twenty-one in number; served and a very happy after-
I also some seeds for Grace park. It I noon was spent. The concluding feature -
I is the earnest wish of those who have of the day was a straw ride to &
taken the lead in trying to keep up Winter Garden to attend the picture r _
I:this park that the people of the townwill show. Twelve guests were invited. -
Toilet Paper I! show their interest in work or The following were present: Misses /" i1aRtEYDaYIDSDS- i
I,I contributions. Co-operation will go along Annie Connell, Lena Story, Irene / 1
in making this a beautiful Mildred Durice Dick-
I ways Ayers; Hurley
Santi-Tissue the kind that is
I I park. erson, Doris Tilden, Lillian Vick, May
soft and cloth like.Carnations
: Our young people, eighteen in all, Petris, Catherine Sadler.
I went over to Mr. Collins Monday

II.night, in Rich Briley's launch, to havea SCHUMANN PURCHASES LARGE
Potted chicken pilau in honor of Miss STOCK FARM\ IN INDIANAMr. i
Crawford. They were entertained at I I
Plants Flowers I the pavilion and spent a pleasant J. F. Schumann has purchaseda ?J/
,evening despite the rain, and arrived large stock farm in the blue grass \\, :
I home safe and dry. regions of southern Indiana, on which \, \ jj.'
Mr. and Mrs. Mather Smith entertained -
I fine grades of cattle and hogs are be-
STRAWBERRIES I Mr. II. Savage and Mr. and ing raised. Mr. R. E. Gray of Or- -

' Mrs. Forrest Dabney Carr at dinner lando, will have charge of the farm - ---
TOMATOES: I Sunday. Mr. Savage is so much I for Mr. Schumann and will leave for ON EXHIBIT AT THE
PINEAPPLES !pleased with Florida that he is think- j 1 there arly next month. Mr. and Mrs\ i
]i ing of sending grand opera stars'' Gray have resided in Orlando four I
GOOD AND BAD CIGAR STORE.MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMTMimMM
down in this section. i iI
and have friends here
FRESH VEGETABLES j jCARUTHtRS I years many
jI The roads are good between here J who will regret to learn of their intention I I
I I and Orlando, so Oakland has plentyof of returning to the North.
visitors at the lake. 1
& GORE :, Mr. Jones is working hard to get CITRUS FRUIT SHIPMENTS Doctors I SIGNS Dr. S. S. Jones

up an automobile parade of this sec- Buckiiiaslrr\ Bnindasc! Gold Leaf and Aluminum on
tion for the fair. Let's all help him The citrus fruit shipped through 'COSTEOPATHS Glass or Wood CHIROPRACTOR
New Modern G Grocery work-it's a good thing to have en- Jacksonville up to last Saturdayamounted ; Cloth Signs and Big Bulletinsa graduate Yowell-Duckworth Davenport College 17 and
thusiasm. 18 building; phone
to 13,543 cars,. of which
Personal instruction under Dr. Still specialtyI 209. Intelligent people everywhere
Mrs. Warlow, Mrs. Fuller, and Mrs. oranges numbered 10,445 and grape- at Kirksville, Mo. have Morgan with me and can are being restored to health' by chiropractic
Phone 200 Brown were callers at Mrs. Buxton'sand fruit 3,198. California shipments up I adjustments, the new science
the Mather Smith's Tuesday.Mr. to last Saturday amounted to over Hours, 9 to 12; 1 to 5; Evenings by give prompt serviceGEO.A.BARKER I, of removing the cause of disease. Examination -
and Mrs. Carl Robinson and appointment. I free. 12-24-lmo-
5,000 cars with about 40,000 cars yet
6 and 8 East Pine St. Misses Hart and White were nter- to ship. 132 S. Orange Ave., above Peoples I
National Bank. Phone 578. 110 West Pine St. I Get the news In The Sentinel first.

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just a few lines of goods but every; line. Price is not an object. The .


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


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


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


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THE DAILY HOLD COLLEGE RECORD FOR : \
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Village"Our SKI JUMPING Beautiful Lake Eola 1

South Florida Sentinel .
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MORNING AND WEEKLYW. I new Moter Fire Truck wilt Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Y. Cheney I Residence For f

M. GLENN .. E4H.r not arrive fr the Fair as expected.It have departed for Hanover, the seat i
W. C. ESSINCTON; Caminr. Manager
-- - I' is coming though & we will be of Dartmouth college, from which institution SaleAT :

Entered. as second at the Clan poetoffice Mail Matter.at Orlando. Florida. glad to see it-so will Chief Dean Mr. Cheney was graduated !

who has to run it. several years ago. They will attend

Daily 1 Year SUBSCRIPTION.............RATES........... $".00 I -Yesterday was a grand day. the winter carnival which is an annual A GREAT BARGAIN O\VmjDiaISAlt
Daily 6 Months ...................... 2.50 I -Those who went to Sanford yesterday event at that college in which I I lit y \
Daily, :3 Months ...................... 1.23tt'ffklyTT'Year Location East 1
i Da;!)'. I Month ....................... k1i I came back.A Massachusetts Agricultural college, corner Washington -

..... ....'. ._.... LtNt I match held up to a squeezed McGill university, University of Vermont -i I and East Street, facing !
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ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS: : PAYABLE IS I orange peel ignites the gas fr'm it. Williams, Colgate, M. I. T., I north. There is a beautiful view .

AIMANCE: i I This was shown to us by Mr. Empie New Hampshire State university, and of the Lake. Lot is 73x130 | of
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TO ADVERTISERS: I at the "'. U. T. This was news to us. Yale participate. Mr. Cheney will feet. House is constructed of j t

Cop for display and all other handadrrli -**! -Some days news is scarce and enter the alumni ski contest. Mr. log and shingles, and contains White Goods LacesEmbroideries

.ing mum b* handta in at the Itu.. nn..... | some time it isn't. A pair of scissors Cheney holds the undisputed record eight large rooms beautifully ,
office .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. '!
the day before publication. This nil applies is indispensible to a office when news for ski jumping established when he finished. This property belongs
t. change for contract ad rrti'inir: it Uinvariable 'I to Col. W. ,P. Walton former I i iI and
and will be strictly adhered t.. is scarce. One of our ebright,: fellers was in college, his record being 76 : ,
said something when he said a great feet 8 inches. I I owner of the Reporter Star, who '
Subscribers desiringTe Sentinel d!><-nnlinued II I! occupied it about six
newspaper is oftimes judged by the months. Muslin Underwear
should notify the o>:ce in writing on .
the date of expiration otherwise it will be I wielding of the scissors. TilE SPOILERS HImTUEIEX ::, Business interests compel the I
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continued it the mrular Kuhorription rates
until notice to stop is received-: -Our tourists and citizens are nil DOUS AUDIENCE Colonel to live in Kentucky, and j|

Telephone Numb r ...................... 24 organizing into State groups. Today he has instructed us to sell the j
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I its the 3 I's Indiana Iowa and Illinois at STARTSTODAYEnormous
The nine reel property a great bargain.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY ;5, 1913.; production, "The
an tomorrow the Maine natives 'I
the I
Spoilers, staged by Selig company FOR SALE EXCLUSIVELY BY
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Daily slogan No. 12: "Not foundedfor will organize. In Union Their is play written by that great mas- - -----

one day but forever-Orlando!" I strength.The. ter of fiction, Rex Beach, drew a I _
dads Cooper Atha
meet
o city today. monster audience at the three per-
-Whrdlu 12'_) @@-& kqjflffffi.
formances at the Grand yesterday.It .
The last issue of the Palm Beach
-Bro. Knoxes new house on Nest vivid 114 South Orange Ave.. Ground Floor I
Post prints a very good picture of was tense and dramatic.
street is nearly done. t Phone No. 311 ;
Photo play and moving pttture lovers
Hon. A. B. Newton representative- i
-Come in--don't stand out side I
elect from Orange county, and a full were given a treat. Manager Mac -- - - ia II I

text of the Torren's System bill I and look. Tallman is to be congratulated upon a I
-The seven new wonders of the -
his feature films.SII.I .
which will be introduced by him. in i
world are wireless, telephone, aero-
the coming legislature, and is claimedto VENEER CORES
plane, Radium, anticeptics, spectrum BATTLE TONIGHT
be a great forward step in the I
analzsis, X-rays and Orlando. :
realty transactions of the state. I Company C of the Orlando Rifles : $1.25
-Next weke is Lincoln's birthday.The '
-0-- 'I will stage a sham battle tonight at '
22nd is Washington's.Be .
The Arcadia News says that the a Booster-! the fair grounds. I' Per Strand Up

recent amazing inaccuracy of the -Every edition of our paper is a I, FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND

Sanford Herald in stating that Or- special edition. II I NOTICE TO ORLANDO THE CLERGYMEN OF I OAK WOOD !

lando was the best inland town in
-The match next week
spelling I I If you are interested in the relationship OrlandoVood
Florida was most likely a case of will be a dandy. Supt. M'Kinnon I between Socialism and Christianity I

"irony mixed with satire." That may hopes their will be a lot of good I hear Rev C. E. Carr, of Chicago B. W. Kingsley, Proprietor I

be, but seeking to put a more charitable spelers in the counties. So do we! lecture on "Christian PINE STREET AND R. R.
construction on it, it seems to I ship," Friday night of this FelloW-I Telephone 344 \
the Unitarian Chapel. Admission 9-30
merely a trial flight of Bob Holly's I I
ORANGE COUNTY: BRICK ROAD free. 2-3-3t
imagination to see how his wings I
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(Continued from page 1)) Note these few, there are many
Through the efforts of M. S. King I similarI 1
The will be I =
and L. P. Hutton, of Orlando, the last evening. contracts I
: third annual convention of the Florida taken back by the contractors to have WHITE GOODS

Association of Architects will be held their fidelity bonds executed and at-
tached to the original contract, and 1200 YARDS 38-40 inch White Splash Voile,
in Orlando 11-12. Such'men
February i Dainty and Sheer, beautifully finished regularly -
will be returned to Mr.
at Hutton and King are doing then they sold at 35c. Our price has been 25c.

\ Orlando a vast service in bringing to Overstreet. Lily White Sale Price

this city this convention for it was After preliminary points have been 18% cts

by their urging that the step was adjusted concerning railroad rates !
the work Lake Eola and Eola Park
technical
; and other matters II
. taken. "More conventions for Or- 1000 YARDS of the famous White Luna Lawn,
brick roads will be
lando in 1915" was a slogan started of laying the com- delicately sheer with the exquisite finish ofa

by the Sentinel on New Year's day. menced immediately. Mr. Overstreetwas high-class Organdie, fully worth SOc.,
of the opinion that work wouldbe Lily White Sale Price
f There is no one thing that brings

t greater notice, publicity and advertising in progress next week. 18% cts
of the
At the February meeting
f to a city than a convention. Keep

, the good work going, Orlando Boosters Board of County Commissioners M. The time is now ripe for investment in this
an Goods
. O. Overstreet president of the board, par- Extra Special Purchase in While
and do not let a convention slip t
' was named as a committee of one 2000 YARDS WHITE DRESS GOODS- .
when there is
to"grab"
by an opportunity
Orlando. with full power to act for the boardon ticular section of the city. Property well bought will be In checks Stripes Dimity Lawns, etc. Regular -
it for Follow Hut-
value White Sale
15c. to 25c. Lily
which arise before
ton and King's noble example and all questions may
.: you will benefit Orlando and bring the next meeting of the board absolutely certain of producing a profit. I have two or price 8 tds

prestige and power to its standard. March 2. Yesterday's action was Mr. 1500 YARDS WHITE DRESS GOODS-

o Overstreet's first official move. three offerings which I can recommend as sure MONEY Exquisitely Embroidered on Swiss This class and
Scotch Organdies and Muslins.
THE BREAKFAST GROUCII- of Fabric is used for the new mode of Flare
i; FLORIDA ARCHITECTS TO MEET MAKERS. Skirts. Regular values 50c. to Toe., Lily
I If a dinner smile is worth a dollar
IN ORLANDO NEXT WEEK White Sale price 23C
a breakfast smile is surely worth two,
; for then the need is more than twiceas Call and let me show them to you. SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.

\ great. In many homes breakfast (Continued from page 1))

Is a disorderly rout, with time in hot worked out by Messrs. King and Hut- LACESMany

; pursuit. It is merely an interruption ton. President Geo. L. Pfeiffer of a store in a metropolitan city of five

; in the flight from bed room to office, Lemon City, is on the program for an times our magnitude carry as large or more com-

school or shop. And where haste is address on the subject, "What Are prehensive assortment of Laces than we do.
German and French Vallenciennes, Clunys,
. the rule it is no wonder that facetious the Duties and Respdnsibilities of an Torchon's, Oriental, Duchess, Chantilly, Irish

i t witticisms fly quick and true, and that Architect and Where Do They Com- \ Point, Battenburg. Shadows Irish crochet. Fillets,

things are said which cause unpleasant mence and End?" Mr. F. J. Kennard, S.Y.WAYInsurance
etc.We have them all, a complete assortment in
recollections when an hour later one of the prominent architects of
each character.
the day is in full swing, and the mind Tampa and chairman of the legisla- 5000; YARDS LACE-Shadows, Torchons,

has lost its abnormal sensitiveness. tive committee of the association has and Real Estate Agent Valencienned, etc., different widths, worth

Happily the haste that engenders been asked to address the conventionon from lOc. to 25c., Lily White Sale 5 cents

satirical gibes also serves to mitigate the subject "Why Have the Legis-

their severity, and by the time the latures of Six States of the Union PHONE 172 I EMBROIDERIESFrom

family is assembled for the next meal Seen Fit to Pass a Law Requiring the

much that was said in haste at break- Examination and Registration of Plauen From St. Gall direct to us here

fast is forgotten. But not all of it. Architects Before They Can Practicein means that our purchasing powers are sufficiently
large to interest the best manufacturers in Swit-
A chance remark uttered without the Respective States?" zerland. Examine our stock note the compre-

thought is very likely to open an old The Jacksonville architects will hensiveness and the enormous variety of our.as-

wound and send some member of the leave on Thursday morning 9 o'clock, sortment and extreme lowness of price-and an-
I ticipate your present and future needs at this
family about his business with a over the Atlantic Coast Line arriv- I sale.

grouch that will make his day one ing in Orlando in the afternoon at 5000 YARDS SWISS EMBROIDERIES,

of pain to him and his associates.It 1:14 o'clock. Edges, Bandings, Insertions, up to 18 inches
-J in width-many baby matched sets among I
is this occasional shaft that con- !, I
the magnificent assortment.Regular
demns the whole practice of giving I illliilliiiilili M" t.IIIIIII..II.II"'I"II""IIIIIIIII'The Price from 15c. to $1.35, Lily White

way to petty annoyances at breakfast I Sale Price 10 cents I

time. One way to avoid it is to get SEE BIG WINDOW DISPLAY I
up ten minutes earlier. This affords Proprietors ofTHORNTON

time for leisurely dressing and an opportunity -I Extra Special

to put the mind in order. I 27 INCH ORGANDIE FLOUNCING- ,

Another and a better way, is to rise i PARK I Designs the newest, and most in demand. Exceptional -

witha song on your lips. Let it beI I value for $1.25. Lily White Sale59 I

a raucous croak, sadly out of tune, if I

you can do no better, but be sure that THE ONLY COLORED ITEM IN THE SALE ,

. it is a merry song. And for the person Cordially invites you to inspect their property. They A SILK SPECIAL !
who has strong mind and a 700 YARDS JACQUARD SILKS in ten of this

modicum of will a power there is the promise not to trouble you with numerous interviewsor j season's leading shades including Black,
worth 50c. White
yard, Lily Sale Price 17r ,
of to be pleasant -
simple plan resolving
But whatever the scheme, its press you to buy. Just let them show you these ,

success .will being a new and fresher beautiful near-in lots and Shade trees
vtutlook to the experimenter. Nor quote prices. ,

will it affect him alone. Such is Tie
fruit trees sidewalks electric !
power of pleasantness that, without lights. DICKSON VESCODEPARTMENT

seeming to try, it effects a reform
among those upon whom it i is.broughtto Inquire at 905 E. Central Avenue: on the prem- .

bear. Nowhere is the contagious
ask
nature of a smile more clearly revealed ises or your. dealer.TAYLOR -
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than at a breakfast table be- STORE.
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set with grouches. It comes like a ;
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light into a dark room, and the per- I
son who can withstand it three morn- ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

ings running must indeed be a lost The Store of true service, of never-failing courtesy i

misanthrope. He will soon find him- & THORNTON i of fair dealing, of trust-worthy merchandise I

the at right prices
and
elf a hopeless minority, as

converts increase his vanity, how- i ORLANDO FLORIDA
ever slight, will win him over. But ,
Proprietors
the transformation requires patienceand

a deal of tact-two qualities that 1

are far too rare. 1..I..I.IILa.tl..J. J. I . .IJI..II.II.IIII.tlllIt'IIJ I"I..r 1__ .

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Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone: No. 254 I Admission 5 cents

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WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR organize and rehearse the local cast. I i.i'.1. ; III II. . I. . I I" e I. . -
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TODAY'S
PROGRAM (
Feb. 3th-6th.: ACTS J
ist and effort is made her JESSIE L. LASKY
every: on Golden Seal.
"Lucile Love, the Girl
part to produce a good performance I of Mystery," in
Friday in association two parts. Tenth epi-
3 P. M.-Xullos Club; Miss Margaret I and the ladies of the Civic League are with sode.And 11 Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired
Hart, hostess. all clever managers and they are ably DAVID BELASCO one other good comedy.
This
8 Catholic P. "Hiawatha bazaar. ;" Mendelssohn I supporting Miss Rogers and promise I presents by the same theatre manager.is owned and managed (Examination Free)

Orlando again a splendid local Five cents to all.
Club, Rollins production -
Collepre. I
I At reasonable
7:30 P. :"Christian Fellowship" Friday evening, February --- --- Jul most prices all

lecture, Unity Saturday Chapel; llev. Carr. 12, at Lucerne. "THE GIRL OF THE GOLDEN Nettie M. and Mary R. Clarke o Work Guaranteed. 0

3 P. M.-Benefit card party, Rosa- -- WEST" I daughters of Mr. and Mrs. J. W
lind Club. Entertains at Bridge I Clarke, of New Castle, Pa., arrivedlast "ASK ANYBODY U US." *
Catholic bazaar. Mrs. Addison G. White entertainsfive night on the A. C. L. Also an-
4 to r. P. M.-Afternoon tea; Miss tables of bridge for her niece, i other
daughter Mrs. R. McComb
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Edmonds, honoree; Mrs. Thos. Brod- Mrs. George Mallon of :
Barry Mont-I(
and Master
water, hostess. Vincent a son, from Can-
clair N. J. now at the New Lucerne ton Ohio 11I
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will
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hotel for few weeks visit.
a
Wedding and Birthday AnniversaryMr. number of weeks at their nice home ,
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and Mrs. Mahlon Gore cele- - No. 714 West Church street, pur- JEWELERS

brated their ninth wedding anniver- Guest of Mrs. Ley chased one year ago. They are delighted IL5

sary on Thursday, February 4th, it Mrs. Maggie McDonald, aunt of with the change of climate, SOI .
Mrs. J. B. Ley, is a guest at the having left below
being also Mr. Gore's seventy-eighth zero weather, plen-
birthday anniversary. Hosts of Methodist parsonage with the familyof ty of snow and ice. This is their first

friends called during the afternoonand Rev. Ley. She will leave for her trip to Orlando and are now pleased ;
evening to wish both Mr. and home in Jacksonville the last of this with the City eautiful. __ ; : ; For Dressing and Bed Rooms

Mrs. Gore "long life and much happi- week. I t
We show
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Chocolate and cake
ness. were
'z1t' 1 of novel and artisticwall
Delightful Bridge Party pa
served, Mr. Gore cutting his birthday
Senator and b $ pers. They are restful to the
Mrs. Geo. L Shinn en-
cake which had inscribed in the
icing, '
LucerneTO. I I agreeable to the tai.te. We
tertained with several tables of I : eye
"Mahlon
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Gore18371915.Iany (; I ask you to see them before de-
bridge on Wednesday evening in honor -
beautiful in
roses were brought by l
I I
of their guest, Mr. A. B. Wain- I fr z ; ciding. We know that after
loving friends. Mrs. O. S. Robinson,
decision will be
of seeing, your in
wright Pa. After the
Philadelphia,
daughter of Mr. Gore, Miss Emma I
I their favor.
Hainer, niece of Sirs. Gore, and Rev. games delicious ice cream, cake, .L ,,1 I

Eleanor Gordon assisted in entertain- mints, and coffee were served. R "TIlE BRACHARD'S 1 = 1 II Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
-- -
ing the guests.
Five Hundred Pa.ty I = 205 S. Orange Avenue

Atlanta--0--Guest Mrs. Wm. Lege will entertain this The greatest romantic success I in their hand splendid contortion and COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261

afternoon with six tables of five hun- ever presented in picture form.A I balancing act.
Mrs. W. M. Thebaut, of Atlanta,
dred, the guests being neighbors and One
of
the most pleasing and
Ga., arrives today to be the attractive
guest of Mrs. Henry Bartlett at the several of their visitors. attractive acts ever presented in Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Raleigh were RECENT ARRIVALS AT OAK

Grand hotel. Mrs. Thebaut has recently -o-- PARAMOUNT PICTURE IN this city among the arrivals in Orlando yesterday LODGEMr.
W. R. C. MeetingThe FIVE PARTS' to spend the next six weeks.
returned to the United States
I Woman's Relief Corps held a This is their visit Mrs. Wm.
to live, having made her home for the first to this section and V. Kershner,
past eight years in Japan. regular business meeting yesterday "THE EXPOSURE"A and they are very much pleased., Perryville, 0.; Miss Mame Baird and

--0-- 1 1t I t i afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. F. Mr. Hauer will appear in his They are from Waterville, N. Y., and Miss Sarah Bell, Excelsior Springs,

Sperry. Two visitors were present, splendid solo work. Reliance Special Feature are making their home on North Or- Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Davis, Jacksonville -
Visitors From New Jersey I I one from Wisconsin, another from complete in two parts.' ange avenue. {t Fla.; Dr. D. W. Sayer and
Mrs. Harold Bourne has her sister
I New Jersey. The next meeting will I(wife, Unionville N. Y.; J. D. Albrich
Mrs. W. A. White and Miss
daughter
be at the home of the newly elected /- land wife, Jacksonville; D. W. Wha-
Eudalia White, of East Orange, N. J., HEARTHAT STATE OF MAINE
president Mrs. L. F. Brigham, on "HIS SECOND CHILDHOOD"A ley, Jacksonville.
formerly of Orlando, visiting with her East Central avenue. ORCHESTRA"

at her home on South Lake street. --0-- Keystone Comedy. A scream. Will all persons who are residentsor
BAZAAR TURKEY
The many friends of Mrs. White are From Jacksonville native of the above state please CATHOLIC

delighted to have her with them Mrs. O. H. Ormsby and daughter, meet at the Tourist Headquarters on DINNER 50c.
10 cents 20 cents
again, after several years absence Mrs. Ray Trueman, of Jacksonville, ONE SPLENDID SHOW Saturday, February 6, at 3 p. m., to Oyster cocktails, baked fish with

from the city. I are guests at the Tremont hotel. Mrs. take some action toward forming an cream dressing, spinach, creamed

--0-- Fishback and Mrs. Mallet will enter- Mr. J. E. Baker and wife of Lan- organization.W. beets hot rolls frozen fruits, cake

Important Notice I tain a few friends on Saturday even- sing, Mich., are among the happy and SAME LITTLE PRICES II. Eaton.C. and coffee. Friday, February 5, 5:30

All members of the Mendelssohn ing in honor of Mrs. Trueman, whoas contented visitors now sojourning in II. Swasey. p. m., corner Pine and Court streets.

Club, all those who were at the re- Miss Ormsby made many friends Orlando. They have visited several

\ hearsal and those who were not are here when she and her mother spenta points in the state, but declare that -

expected to be at the San Juan this winter season at the Tremont.Mr. this city is the prettiest and best of

evening at seven-fifteen. Cars have any they have seen. They will re- FRANK A.
CURTIS
been secured to take the entire club and Mrs. William M. Black- hain here until late in the spring.Mr. WILLIAM R. O'NEAL .

to Rollins. Do not leave without no- stock of LaFayette, Ind., arrived in 1
and Mrs. O. L. Whitford and
tifying committee at the San Juan. Orlando yesterday morning from Fort '
Established
daughter, Miss Flora, arrived yester- 1886
The "Hiawatha" concert will begin in Myers and will spend the remainderof .
day from Racine, Wis., and are pleas-
Winter Park at eightfifteen.0 .
the season in this city. Mr. and
antly located for the remainder of the
-- : Mrs. Blackstock have been coming to

Miniature Fair I Florida for many years. They are season on Robinson avenue. They CURTIS & O'NEAL I
spent a season here two years ago
Don't miss hearing the chorus workat II delighted with the city and its envi- l
and made a number of friends who
the children's cantata. There will rons. Mr. Blackstock is 'a substantial 1
are pleased to see them.
be one hundred voices in the fair and I retired business man in LaFay-

confetti chorus. Fourteen pretty ette an doftcupies an estimable posi- Dr. Milne D. Swift and wife, of INSURANCE LOANS

girls will sing in the "DepartmentStore tion in that section of Indiana. Fall River, are among the prominent .
Twins." The boys have "Che- guests now making their home at the 4

ney's Gas" and "Fords Occupy the TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY New Lucerne hotel. Dr. Swift is one REA.L ESTATE RENTALS \

Ground." The hotel chorus will be of the leading surgeon specialists in

children representing the tourists. LOST-In southwest part of city, Massachusetts. This is their initial ,
one pair of tire retaining rings.
of the solos and choruses
Many were
Finder please notify Pierce Electric visit to the City Beautiful and it was a
Miss Florida who I
written Howard
by I Co.. phone 436; reward. 2-5-lt upon the kindly advices of their
will direct the cantata. A few of the I friend, Mrs. J. O. Niell, that they ,

melodies are familiar tunes. Opera LOST-A garnet, star-shaped brooch were induced to try one season but FOR RENr-Bungalol 15 Rooms Furnished South Main :
house Monday, February 8. Adults, in down town district or on West -- ,
they are so well pleased that they '
25 cents; children, 15 cents. Benefit Central avenue. Fader return to this Street.
office and receive reward. 2-5-3t will return again.OSTEOPATHY. ,
Ladies' Aid of the Methodist church. - - -

--0-- WHO WANTS GOOD MAN, with Seven Room House South Orlando. 1y
"Polly, the Seminary Beauty" horse, wagon and implements to ,
Miss J. Pearle Rogers held a big look after grove? A-l references.
Box 7, Formosa Fla. 2-5-St
rehearsal last night at Elks Club DR. J. c. IIOWELL Two New Five RoomHouses SouthWest Orlando. '
,
with her local for "Polly, .
company FOR SALE-Buick touring car; fully Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
the college musical comedy, and every equipped speedometer, Presto tank, Kirksville Graduate
member of the cast is delighted with etc. A big bargain. Be quick. Call Consultation Free
at Ford Garage Church street. Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan i
the attractive scenes, music and drill -
2-5-3tc HoteL ,
work and staging. Miss Rogers takes J Office Phone 716; Residence 1018

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Best Tire for the Least Cost


CAR

30x3 ___________$9.00 37x5 ------____$32.20

30 x 3i/ ________$11.60
Not few refinements but the form of 36 x 4y ---____$27.35; .
merely highest refinement ; "- 32 x 3/- ________$13.35

33 x 4 -_________$19.05 34 x 4V4 26.00
: at paint even to minor details. Full Floating ;
every 1 34 x 4 __________$20.50 36 x 4 ---------_$20.50

\ [ Rear Axle; Timken Bearings; Electric{ Lights and Starter; \ .


Speedometer driven from Transmission., We Have a Service Station. All


Price $860.00 fob Orlando.

Adjustments Made Here.



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FOR RENT J..iiin her, I ,tths ailcl Shiii les

SENTINEL FOR RENT-Five room house, all
furnished; 606 North Orange ave- t
nue. Apply to :Mrs. Eben W. Hunt, !
at Mrs. Holden's, Court street.
I WANTSThe 2-3-3t


FOR RENT-Nice, clean, furnished
rooms; till conveniences; large verandas -
; shady grounds; rates moderate -
Morning Sentinel Want for season; close in. 205 Magnolia -
Directory is the Greatest \\ant
avenue. 1-28-61
ORLANDO
Ad Medium in Orlando. :
,
FOR RENT-A large, well ventilated
Terms Cash in Advance.
partly furnished room; terms rea .
sonable. 412 West Colonial Drive .
RATES Orlando, Fla.
For One Day ______________23t; 2-2-3t
For Three Days ____________50c FOR RENT Large, Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Six Days _______________75c No.-8 West attractive room. ,
Inquire
For One Month ____________$2J>0 ll-8-tfc Washington St. : ---- -- -
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A CORNER LOTIs = = = ===
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This rate applies on all ads of
25 words less. If the ad
or con-
tains more than 25 words the rate FOR RENT-Small flat, modtrn con- . . . . . . .IIIIII.II.IIIIIII.I.QIII..ll llllllf 111 " " " , . ..
always the Buyer's choice. veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A.
will be one cent per word for Knox.
There are but few corners, each additional word for each in- 11-3-tf

and they are generally sold sertion.If NICE. LARGE FURNISHED ROOM: Sub-TropicalMid-WinterFr:
you can't bring your ad to to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- 10-25-tf _
early.We counts opened by telephone will be i
------ --- --
have a house on a payable' the following day.

good corner lot, all modern Every Home-Every Business WANTED : ,T---:OO-J FLA..
...
WANTED-Private instructions in
and up-to-date. I Every Man has use for a
Spanish. Must speak Castil-
pure
S'ntu.dVant Ad.

A NEW HOUSEThe A FOR SALE lian dress Spanish Box 623, ,and Orlando good,English.Fla. 2-2-3t Ad- FI-E. 9-t3 1915 :


WANTED-By two carpenters, em- !
price is very low for FOR SALE:-Meat market and gro- ployment, local or in the country;
EDUCATIONAL ,
this grade of property. Call cery doing good cash business; will best local reference. Address B.. care -
cut stock down to any size. I:. L. of Sentinel 2-2-3t
in and let take out and
us you Mercer, 310 West Church street. Embracing-Agriculture, Horticulture, Floriculture, Domestic

show it to you today.A 2-4-6t POSITION white girl,WANTED age 17, desires-Respectable positionas Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry,

few minute's walk to FOR S LE Five dry goods clerk in Orlando. Anxious -
and the
business ; in# A-l- condition passenger chefor touringcar to work. Address P. S., care products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports
center. ;
cash, or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor, Box 35, Winter Garden, Fla. 2-2-3t AreoplansLectures and Entertainmentsof all kindsA
905 East Central avenue. Phone 696.
ORlANDO BUILDING LAND CO 1-4-tf POSITION York chauffeur WANTED-Reliable wishes position New in notable feature of the Sub-Tropical Mid-Winter 1 Fair will be an exhibition -

private family, or garage, driving.Can of Angus. >hort Hern and HeiU id I tills In' :Messrs Cobb & Denny
FOR SALE-Two] lots in Seminole
II North Orange Avenue Park for $80 each, cash. AddressP. give very best of references. Apply of York, Ala., with Graded \\sand Cah tS. These animals are \\artanti tl i l

PHONE 608 O. Box 373. 2-3-2wksc ange Palmer avenue.Employment Office 2-2-3t, Or- free of ticks and immune to cattle lever. T ne bulls will be offered for sale ind

cattle owners \\ho wish to irrproxe their ht.'rdsill have an opportunity cf get
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL FOR SALE-Gentle: family horse; BOARDNG-Private, home like accommodations -
FRED B. DALEC. work anywhere; and a new Englishst ; termsery moder- ting some fine stock.
1e trap. Phone 387, or 29 Bryan and
H. BRYANT ate; room excellent board to be
street. 2-3-3t had at $7.50 per week; you may arrange -

DAVIS a GILES. CounselF. for meals only; splendid location -I -For information or premium list address
A. PEPPERCORN. Contracto FOR SALE-A good lot of store close in. 301 West street. ,

Will fixtures be sold for individually sale very or reasonable.in a lump. 2-3-6t \VM. R. O'NEAL, Sec'y H. H. DICKSON, Pres.e4yur .

Call on or address J. F. Watkins, Umbrellas recovered and repaired
Orlando, Fla. 2-2-6t "while you wait," at Young's Repair .'II"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII " : 111 Ml 111 Oil 111II111111 i M .< .
Shop, 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc
FOR SALE CHEAP-Three roosters
"DIXIE LIMITED"Between -White Leghorn, White Rock, andR. NICHOLAS & NICHOLAS .
I. Red. Excellent for breeding.Also .
small chicks. 514 W. Central. MANUFACTURE all classes of hair
2-2-St goods prices reasonable and work

first class. Call and see us at 303 .. ..
i cksonville, Chicago and St. Louis FOR SALE-Best cafe in the city, Garland street. 1-6-lmo r .'! J4' .... t ..
'
doing a good: business. Other busi- --- -pz '-/ _
Reestablished January e, 1915 ness requires my entire time. Ad- WORKING MEN WANTED :
dress Box 215. 2-2-tfc
Northbound Daily Southbound To! attend a lecture on Socialism entitled -

9:35 am Lv. Jacksonv'e Ar. 7:30 FOR SALE:-Five room cottage, all "Christian Fellowship," by Ir
5:08pm Ar. Macon Lv. 11:45 am pm modern conveniences, completer c.' E:. Carr, of Chicago, at Unity
Ar. Atlanta furnished, 307 Droadwaj avenue. Apply harel. Friday evening of this week.
8:03pm Lv. 8:35 am ; -
12:18 am Ar. Chattan'ga Lv. 4:37 am to Mrs. McDide, :312:: Broadwa> 2-3-- '.
4.50 am Ar. Nashville Lv.12.10 am avenue. 1-27-lmo KIN L-\IU\ anR SNO'VUENOrlando's
9:28 am Ar. Evansville Lv. 7:30pm FOUND-A gold scarf pin, in front
6:35 pm Ar.Chicago Lv. 11:30 am FOR SALE OR p.ErT-With stock of Howard's Studio. Owner can :
-- and tools best farm in have same "by calling at Curry's electrical -
2:59 pm Ar. St._Louis Lv.2:15 pm county; variety -
fruits 1,000 trees; elegant: up- shop and identifying propertyand
Solid Train ComparbneLt-Obsen -o-date buildings eic. Room 3, Rock paying for this adv. 1-30-tf: and
Orlando. J. Van Buskirk Largest Cheapest
tion cars, Standard Pullman cars and Bldg., own-
coaches, between Jacksonville and er. 1-16-tfc BUYERS AND SELLERSI
Chicago. Standard Pullman sleepers
Jacksonville to St. Louis.DINING FOR SALE Story & Clark upright buy, sell rent, and exchange real FURNITURE HOUSECor.
grand piano won by Miss Myrtle estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
Weeks in the recent contest will be over 30 years. Have handled over
CARS sold for benefit of Baptist church 20000000. Call and see rm.
building fund. Piano may be seen 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
at the home of :Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando

Atlantic Coast Line Weeks, 10 Washington street. February 8th-save it for the Miniature -

1-13-tfc ,. Fair, at the Orlando opera .
Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. who house. 100 children will take part. .
FOR SALE-To those only 2-2-3t
cash capital to invest in winter
G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., homes; also big acreage in groves and GRIFFING'S PECANSNo
trucking lands. Address Box 814,
Tampa, Florida. Orlando. 1-8-lmoc
more profitable crop can be
r.
FOR SALE raised than large paper shell pecans.

75 acres suitable for citrus culture Grafted trees bear young. W. H.

and truck farming, bordering on a Brokaw, salesman. Office, 116 South
pretty lake and has one-half mile Orange. Phone 267. l-28-12tc
frontage on the Orlando to Sanford. Eventually You Will Use
brick road this frontage being adapted i
for nice home sites; could be sub- Come and see the Miniature Fair, r
divided into 40 building plots 60x200 I a children's cantata given under the
feet each, leaving about 60 acres for auspices of the Methodist Ladies' Aid.
DR. L H. RAMSDEU citrus fruits and truck farming; five Admission, 25 cents adults; children,
OPTOMETRIST minutes walk to railroad station, 15 cents. 223tOSTEOPATH

(Sacc Mor 'v Dr. O. F. Li .1ua1 stores, hotel, school and churches.
ORLANDO. When you consider location and good
- FLORIDAWE transportation facilities with other GAS
FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSES advantages the property's real valueis
AND DO ALL KINDS OF $7,500. It is owned by a non-resi-
OPTICAL REPAIRING dent who needs money. He author- DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER H
izes me to sell it for $3,000. Whoever -
Office corner Orange Avenue and
buys this property gets a bar-
Church St. Davis & McNeil tildg.,
Established 1870 gain. For further particulars, call on
E. C. Young, room 10, :McNeill & Phone 419.
R. E. COCHRAN CO., Inc. Davis building, corner Church street

132 Park Place, New York and Orange avenue. Orlando. Get the news first in the Sentinel FOE
1-31-tfc
Wholesale Dealers and Commission

Merchants in Florida
Orangesand FOR SALE-On account of poor .
Grapefruit health,the undersigned hereby offers Have You Noticedl!
Represented by for sale at a bargain, his desirable
Geo. W. Tull, Orlando, Fla. property located at the corner of Cooking and HeatingBecause
What is
Liberal advances West street and Ridgewood avenue. HappeningEast
made on con This property is central, in a first
signments. class neighborhood, and convenientto
R. E. Cochran President.T. school, business, lake and park. of Orlando
L. 'I Owner will sell all, or part, cash or
Turney, Treasurer.
terms. Property consists of nice new it is the most convenient most
1-22-2m Out ,
bungalow, fronting on Ridgewoodavenue Directly

veiled basement, has six with rooms flue, suitable and large for Avenue? cleanly and most efficient fuel known.
Central
kitchen or laundry; lot 47x85 feet; .

house Also unfurnished., nearly new,Price two-story$2,100. six- Why not begin today as a Gas User?

room cottage, fronting on West street
$$3,000 Four Lots' with shed and greenery; lot 46x117 We offer for sale Seminole and
Buys $1,950.feet; house partly furnished. Price Park Lots, located just at the You will save time, labor expense.

Also a beautiful connecting corner City limits, on easy terms.
lot, 70x85 feet fronting on two I
streets, and graded for basemen
Price For cash anda
$3,000 BUYS FOUR LOTS on Colo- building.quick sale owner$1.000.would dispose of Also 2V2 miles from the City

all of the above, to one party, for limits near Lake Underhill, 5
nial Drive, east, Park lake
fronting
E. N. COY. 2.2-lmoc --
$4,300. round
acre tracts. Standing

including a $200 garage and 31 bear- FOR SALE timber, good soil, surrounded by ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT cot

ing orange trees; all fenced, and 7 Terms to Suit Purchaser groves, and on easy terms.

large oaks on front and sides. Phone Good citrus and truck land, cleared. -
in ;. 1\). 20 or more acre plots, on GAS DEPARTMENT
567 and we will show you the best brick road to be built this year two
miles from Orlando. Phone 1024 4
bargain in the city. ORlANDO REAL ESTATE CO.
rings, or write H. G.Jackson R. F. D. ,
V2.. Orlando, for appointment.
1-7-lmo Watkins Block PHONE tot
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VIOLET BRAND SALE s II I



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Embroidery, Laces, White Goods and Muslin UnderwearOnce



AT THE
more we are going to delight the ladies of Orlando White Goods in the very newest patterns and weaves, in ".-
and Vicinity,with one of our Famous Violet Brand Sales. This, Linen and Cotton, together with a great assortment of the
as many of our customers know, is the prettiest and most Famous Dove Brand of Muslin Underwear. .All of these will
B I G S T 0 R E
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 tot .
White and Colors, Dainty Laces of all kinds and widths from Sale S!: I Begins Tuesday Feb 2) come, for it will not only delight you, but will be a great money ..
all parts of the world. I I saver.

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VIOLET BRAND SALE OF MUSLIN UNDERWEAR KIMONA SLEEVE GOWN of excellent white Crepon.
Beautiful "NuFrench" embroidered front in blue, worked in .
Every garment included in this, our first sale of Muslin dainty design, with ribbon run through eyelets at top; Scallops
Underwear, is of a quality that is above reproach in its grade. DOVE finish neck and sleeves. :
The making is first-class in every particular; each piece being :
cut as every woman wants it, full, but well fitting. t. ...*;f;',, BECOMING: SLIP-OVER GOWNS, with fancy front; eleb-
TSA17E 'jMAISSpecial orately trimmed with Val. Lace insertion, finished with a
10 STYLES OF NIGHT GOWNS IN V. B. SALE, each 98c ; lt 6f\: pretty bow of ribbon. I
U n f3*-ITITJ*?c.!.n S a
LOW: NECK GOWN'S of good quality soft nainsook, elabor- YOUR CHOICE OF ANY OF THE ABOVE, and five .
ate yoke of Fancy Hamburg medallion, set between fine lace other beautiful styles, worth up to $1.50, in the .
. insertions. Violet Brand Sale _______________________________9Sc 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____4Sc., 79c., 98c., $1.38, $1.69, $1.98, and $2.48 r .
around top. m DOVEUndermuslins .
COMBINATIONS: Teddy Bears, Skirts, Drawers, Chemise, t
SUBSTANTIAL AND DAINTY LOW SQUARE NECK Princess Slips and Corset Covers, at equally as low prices as j t
GOWN, of good quality nainsook, wide ribbon in fine Val Lace Fresh from New York City the above. To appreciate the real value of these Under Mus- i
insertion, completed with fancy lace madellions. .... lins, you must come to our store. .
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1 FREE TUESDAYOn f.
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Tuesday, the first day of the Sale, we will give
every lady who visits our store a Bunch of Violets Free. x

VIOLET BRAND SALE OF PRETTY LACES

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

ONE LOT VAL. AND OTHER LACES. These are
}.z t i all exceptional good values, in Violet Brand Sale__lOc f I


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

Dame fashion has decreed that Laces shall be very good this
spring, so we have bought the greatest line we ever owned,
both in foreign and domestic makes. It will be a delight to I
DOS;E see them. DOVE II
Under muslins
Under shnf

SPECIAL NOTICEWe
I
have made arrangements with Mrs. Burnett,
t who has rooms in our building, to make all wash dresses I
that are bought from us, up to February 10th, for the exceeding -
low price of $:>.00. To those who know the valueof
Mrs. Burnett's work, this will be a great offer.


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

Unmatched for Quantity, Quality and Low Pricing ROOf GARDEN[ 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, free from .Sale ________lOc
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dressing, 36 inches wide, Violet Brand Sale __8'/c THEATRE Special Lot of Beautiful Embroidery, in Edges,
LAWN, plain white, full 40 inches wide, 12V/c Bands,Insertions, Galoons and 18 in. Flounc-

quality, Violet Brand Sale ____________________9c ToNightFour ings, values up to 50c., in V. B. Sale -------____25c


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RICE CLOTH, plain white, a beautiful fabric, for a CHARMING: FLOUNCING, 27 inches wide, in Trans-
serviceable wash dress, 40c quality, Violet Brand Sale19c Reels at Every Show Four parent, Voiles and Crepe, beautiful new designs, III
in the Violet Brand Sale __--------_48&* 79c. and 98c. Ihl
LUNA LAWN, a plain white sheer material, 36 inches Universal-Topical DAINTY SWISS and TRANSPARENT EMBROIDERY
wide, 15c. quality, Violet Brand Sale -----__________lOc very fine sheer, with white and colored edges of Ilr
ANIMATED[ WEEKLYVictor very delicate embroidery, in Violet Brand Sale 59c and 69c I

SHERRETTE a beautiful sheer fabric, with a high VOILE EMBROIDERY: with the new Terry border, in
sheen, 25c. quality, Violet Brand Sale ------_______igc Drama, 2 Reels, Mary Fuller Chas Ogle. I Pink Light Blue, White and Black 45 inches wide,
In Violet Brand Sale =---------------,...-___ $1.19 I
Hardly a store in America is showing the assortment of MY LADY HIGH AND MIGHTYJokerComedy 27 inches wide, in Violet Brand Sale ------____f,---rj-.69c
these favorite white goods. They are here in a beautiful va- ALL OVER VOILE EMBROIDERIES: 45 inches w/tfc/ ; I
riety of patterns and weaves, and at prices never before of- in dainty patterns, in white and colors, in Violet III I
fered at this season of the year, so don't fail to see this beau- Brand Sale ----...?-----------*..M-*-----------89c
tiful display of Splash Voiles, Splash Crepes, Seed Voiles, THE BUTLER'S BABY ALLIt: EMBROIDERIES I. conventional besigns\ I
Flaked Voiles, Transparent Dots, Transparent Chintz figures, on Seeded Voile, in Violet Brand Sale ----.....:-=....$1.39
Japanese Crepe, Organdie, Mercerized Lingerie Batiste, Piques We are showing'& complete line of very fine Swiss, Nain-
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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Mrs. Opal McKenzie is entertainingher

I I'SAVINGS niece, Mrs. J. T. Colvin, and chil- I?
% OK '''' 'SAFE' dren, Miss Ruth and Master Earl, at
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her home, 416 West street. They are

DEPOSITBOXESr4' here from Jessup, Ga., and will remain __ '>' IflJ'1
some time. S


Miss Neva Bly, who is spending a
week or two in Orlando with Miss

Guilda Happersett, is just now on a
WHY INVITE LOSS ? motor trip with the Happersett fam- ., .- ..-
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DON'T keep! valuable papers and docu- home until after the fair.DeLand -
ments about the house where they may be I Daily News. .

misplaced, lost, burned of stolen. .. it -J .

of SAFETY FIRST. George Cooper, of Dayton, Ohio, ..-. -, .
"r Think connected with a large lumber com- .:' .. ..- .. ..
A Safe Deposit Box in our Vault is the pany of that city, departed yesterdayfor -- -

safest place for such papers. The cost is his home after a short time spentin Your comfort and prosperity for .
small-the security, positive. Orlando. He may invest in Orlando -
You can inspect the Boxes and Vaults any as he was well pleased with condi-

business day. tions here. hurl U ll9ILti <


The State Bank oi Orlando Many friends are giving Mrs. W. I
A. White and her attractive daughter II i II I depends upon yourself and your -
Miss Eudalia, after absence
an of a
number of years, a warm welcome. U II Ii Ii I connections. .
They are visiting Mrs. White's sister,
: __ Mrs. Harold Bourne, at her home on Li 1 II Ii I
--- '- Lake Cherokee. A savings or checking l>anU account
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"Polly, the in this institution is a positive step
Seminary Beauty" cast:
LOCAL AND PERSONALBen Rehearsal again with entire company, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Green, Mrs. I ::5U II II I forward.
Friday evening, 7:30, Elks Club. :Miss Harriet Little, and Mrs. Robert Clark .
Buxton, of Oakland, was in :J. Pearle Rogers requests all to be arrived in Orlando Wednesday evening .
Orlando yesterday. present.A to spend the remainder of the Start nov :

winter and are pleasantly located at .
W. A. Wells was in Tampa yester- piano should be cleaned and lIichiganIoorings, in Concord Park. I I r:
; day attending to urgent business mat- moth preventive used, each time it is They are from Manchester, N. H. :- .-

ters. used. When it comes to tuning, I'm .
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ar good the best. Price :
as $2.50. I Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Porter have arrived --
Ring 296 and we do the rest, for Mack, licensed tuner, phone 218. I in Orlando for a short stop. . : :,: ,':-,' ':-. .<
lOc. Warman's Parcel Delivery Ser- : ;.. -.
vice. 2-5-1mo They are from :Morocco, Ind., and are .'-. ,-, ,'- ..'- '-...
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Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Adams, Miss making a tour of the state. Having '
The Boy Scouts met last eveningat Boyd, and Mr. R. S. Hall motored to purchased a lot it is their intentionto c
the Methodist church to practice Orlando yesterday and spent the day erect a pretty home and in the q'D.
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on staff drills for fair week. greeting friends. They returned last future make annual visits to this city. ; ; ::

---- I I I evening to their home in Ocala. ; : TI t l\\r''r.; >i : i
Mr. J. T. :Moncrief\ and Mr. T. M. I Mr. and Mrs. Fred B. Dale have as .- ->.:J --.JJi' I 0-
f/\:
Byars, of Apopka, transacted business I i I Phone 296, Warman's Parcel Delivery their guest at their pretty home, ;
in Orlando yesterday. service, anywhere in city for lOc. "Nirvana," on Anderson street, Mrs.

II 2-5-1mo E. G. Swift, of Newton Highlands, ' '- , ,, .... t
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Mr. B. T. Barden, of Palatka, was Mass. This is her first visit to Orlando - : :- '-"- - -- -- :- :.:. :--. : -:''"'-:' :\; -
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Pace, of Worcester I -
the business visitors to Or- -
among and if she is like the many New
lando yesterday.Miss Mass., arrived in Orlando last Englanders who annually come to -- ----- -. {
'I night to spend the remainder of the I
this part of the South., it will not beer I
Madge Pollick, of Atlanta, is I season. They have visited this section last. ----.
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visiting Mr. and Mrs. George E. No- I before and have a number of
lan. Miss Pollock is a niece to :Mrs. l!friends who are pleased to see them I-
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Short and
Nolan. I I train. daughter, Miss Edna, arrived in Orlando FOR
yesterday from Grand Rapids WE 00 NOT CHARGe DELIVERING ,
of of
:Mr. T. E. Bryan Tampa one Mich., and will remain here until ,
the prominent business men in that Two Handsome
summer. They were surprised at the
city, was among the welcome visitorsto I tWe'll
rapid growth of the city since their

Orlando yesterday. Lake Front last visit a year ago, and to note the call and prescriptionsand
I spirits of the citizens generally to- get your
Mr. and Mrs. F. Akin have arrived
from Fall River, Mass., to spend the Grove and Home wards building and beautifying. have them back to you in the quickest t

winter, and are among the popular

guests at the New Lucerne. Properties time, and the charge will be exactlythe :

Wai-man will deliver that parcel or
2-5-1mo note for ten cents; just call 296. same as if you had called' at the store


One of them is the pret- in '.
:Mrs' Henry Gale and daughter. person.
tiest lake front location in
Miss Beatrice, of Chicago, who are l
living at Winter Park, will spend the the State of Florida, with ,

week end with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn, on large acreage and a most

South West street. modern dwelling.The ,

Lake Weir visitors to Orlando yes- other has a fine

terday included Mr. and Mrs. J. G. grove, with modern improvements McIroy'sPharrnacy ,
Spurlin, who motored to the city and and worthy of
spent the day shopping and sight- The
seeing.Mr. any further improvementsdesired.

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and Mrs. G. B. Gehlert were These are high priced SAN Phone 20 35 Years Established
among the arrivals in Orlando yester-
properties, but they are
day. They are from Benton Harbor,
Mich., and are at the San. Juan for a both big bargains. -

stay of some length. JUANDo
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:Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Prince were l ::::::::

among the arrivals reaching Orlando ,
yesterday afternoon over the Tampa SID 6 Dolive ( SonREAL

Special. They will' remain here until To' The Public : '
after the Subtropical Midwinter Exposition you realize the com- :
ESTATENo.
and then take in Gasparillaweek I
in Tampa. It is their first visit WEST PINE STREET forts of steam heat, run- .

and they are so infatuated with this I I ,, "-:- .. or: -: c
pretty inland town that they will! return Second Floor ning hot and cold water ,, ,.::. .. -... ," -

and spend a month or more. and telephone in your Besides reviewing each today, take I : ':- <.,-i--.: :?: _

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- - - - - _ . _ -. _ _ _ . TT.TTTT I room. You will find all of thought of every tomorrow, for those who :1.t'j.( :i'ft" .

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these conveniences in every get ahead are the ones who look ahead. I -' <:
Artistic -
Souvenirs :. :, i
room in the San Juan. V.. :.' :C ..I;
To look ahead. means to be prepared'N. W_":0 "
Add to this comfortable \- -. _-, 'to
when opportunity knocks at the door. -.1 .. t
parlors, halls and receptionroom .
Sterling Silver Spoons, Forks, Hand
Ambition can always achieve when the 4 '\
with and
night day
Painted China, Crumb Trays and many r "t.
service, and you have all financial foundation is solid. Convert a : : ;
other useful and beautiful articles typi--
the up-to-date service that share of your earnings into a saving each
cal of Florida and Orlando that will provea "
I you will get in the best week and your ambition will be realized in f J ,
source of great delight to friends
your U
I hotels in the large cities. the future.
"back North." We also carry a completeline


of up-to-date Jewelry. Our Repair j! This institution,offers a safe depository '

Department is in charge of most compe- for those who look ahead. On Savings 3O1 1


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





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