Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00477
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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 6, 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: VID00477
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Germany Able to Maintain Sub- ANDREW
( Gentleman CARNEGIE AND ,
Appraisal of F. E. C. Canal to Be I ----- -- .
marine Bases ,Close to I i -- -- --- -
the Field of Operations I|I Nabs Pickpocket. CLOSELY l\lade-"ilson's Letteron I' Octoroon i r, INDIANS CONTROL ROADSIN

I I I I Ii T i Naval Stores THE DISTRACTED
I Trouble Threatens !!
I 1 i Yesterday morning train No.
as 8-1. I PROVINCE
London Feb. 5Events of great i north bound over the Atlantic Coast I BOTH ARE FRIENDS OFEMPIOYES I I -
Washington, Feb. 5.-The river and
importance are taking place along Line, was nearing Lakeland, a thief Washington, Feb. 5.Describingherself I'

the Belgian coast regarding which the made a daring attempt to rifle the Rockefeller Says Service to His harbor bill was reported out of the as "a fair haired, blue eyed I|: MUTINED AT GUAYMOS JAN. 30
pockets of an old gentleman who was senate committee yesterday afternoonlate "
octoroon a woman living in the Dis- j
official staetments ,from both Paris Fellows Is the I --.-
among the passengers. UnderlyingMotive so as to increase the appropriation trict of Columbia has written an
and Berlin are significantly silent. lIe detected in time I Battle Between Red Men and
was just for of His Vast covering proposed improvementwork anonymous letter to CongressmanFrank
They have direct bearings on the his victim to seize his hand and hold I Clark, of Florida, threateningto Greasers-Villa Forces
FortuneNew on the St. Johns river. The
announced policy of the Germany onto him until a traveling man, who appropriation "dash a pint of vitriol in his eyes"if Driven Back toMonclova

blockade of the English and French was nearby, rushed to his assistance.The which calls for work the Jim Crow bill for the Districtof
York Feb. 5 Andrew Carne-
*- above and below Jacksonville, wouldbe
thief was turned over to the authorities Columbia him be-
I. sponsored by ,
seacoasts and Germany's ability to in Lakeland. gie and John D. Rockefeller, Sr., tes- raised from $350,000 to $577,000, law. .
comes a
maintain submarine bases sufficiently Two of the pickpockets' pals were tified today before the federal indus- an increase of $227,000. The writer states that in Washington Feb. .-Attacks by

close to the field of their proposed on the same train, but they became trial commission which is investigating -oIn ance she is without a visible trace appear-of the Yaqua Indians on the :Mexican
the causes of industrial unrest. line with the proposal that the at Guaymas and the accountsof
operations to enable them to make frightened and jumped off the car and colored blood in her veins, and conse- crops
their threat. made their Carnegie was first and read a prepared j I government take over the Florida the warpath performances of this
good escape. quently could easily follow him into
terrific statement a large part of t East Coast canal, a provision was inserted tribe in Sonora are reported officially -
For two days a artillery any theatre or other public place. "It
which dealt with the details of his in the river and harbor bill by to the state department today.
in north- POLICE COURT "
has been in
battle progress will be impossible to,escape me, she
t the relations with former employes. I the senate committee providing that The department was informed that
ern Flanders, according to corre- wrote. I I
spondent of the Amsterdam Hendele- R. H. Floyd was fined $1, and Henry Carnegie said in answer to a ques- i an appraisal of the waterway be the Indians are in control of all theI
tion by the commission that he never made by a board composed of three I I I roads around Hermosillo and the
blet. The continuous thunder of the Revere was fined a like amount in j I I THE WEATHER
enjoyed himself so much as when engineering officers. Upon the determination movement of the people in Sonora
guns has been audible as far as Sluis police court yesterday for traffic vio-
dealing with his employes, and looked_ of the three engineering officers I province was hazardous unless under
both lations and John Grover wasfined I
throughout days. % ; 1 iorida: Fair Saturday and Sun
back upon that as the chief joy of his will depend the acquisiton of the protection of Mexican soldiers.
The Germans renewed with great $5 for disturbing the peace. day; somewhat colder in north.
vigor their offensive along this lit- i life. the waterway by the government. 1 The governor of Sonora provincehas
f He said he was always glad to see - however only sufficient soldiersto
toral and they are hammering away I them and talk things over because he The of the adminis- I afford to .
unwillingness protection foreigners.The
without cessation at the Franco-Bel- ORLAND[ \ HOTEL HAS AGAIN DEMOCRATIC LEADERS
gian advanced positions. I knew they would part all right. Carnegie tration to divulge to the senate the Indians have shut down the

Their object is to make certain I believed that directors should correspondence it has had regarding mines in the province and are com-

their retention of positions along the CHANGED HANOS- look into labor conditions and give naval stores is made clear and plainin CONSIDERING NEW mitting all manner of depredations

which will their I them attention, provided they were informed the following letter, which Presi- and state department advices indicate
coast amply protect
submarine bases principally at Zee- 'i'I|i !i of the situation, which is seldom dent Wilson has sent to the senate: I "that if this be not stopped a long

brugge but the allies continue their SOLO FRIDAYR. ,I the case, and believed directors To the Senate: I KINMAJORITY j period of trouble will add to the starvation -

progress in the sand dunes between. !' 1 I should receive monthly reports.: I transmit herewith, in response to i ahead in the interior of the
and the I When asked if he did not think thre resolution adopted in the senateon .province and its coast cities. __
Lombaertzyde British warships patrolling sea. the K. GORDON SOLD PROP- I I foundations would become a menace, I January 6, 1915, calling for all j LEADERS FAIL|I I Dispatches to the state department F

channel drive off submarine craft I( ERTY TO MILLER AND i i Carnegie said he could not imagine correspondence with any belligerent I TO CARRY OUT j i tonight add that the Yaquis had mu-

bent on attacking transports and mer- ENRICK such a thing possible. I nation concerning the treatment of i PLANS I!:inicd at Gua;mos on January 30, and
I Ii
chantmen. i I During the discussion of this subject ; certain naval stores as contraband of tha there was a pitched battle between -

Afternoon reports are barren of Both the Purchasers Formerly I Carnegie casually mentioned the i I war, a report of the secretary of state them and the Mexican garrison .
New Plan Is to Recommit Bill
any but insignificant engagementswith Owned Hotel-Are Well fact that he had given various foundations j in the premises. I concur in the view in the night time around the wharvesof

the single exception of the bril-I( a grand total of over three :of the secretary of state that it is at Without Any InstructionsStill the city.
liant achievement of French Zouaves and Favorably Known hundred and twenty-five millions.Mr. this time incompatible with the pub- Hope for Its The dispatches from Piedras Ne-

and African troops in driving the I I Here Rockefeller was first questioned lic interests to communicate to the Passage gras say that Carranza troops have
Germans from trenches which commanded -'I regarding his foundations. He said senate the correspondence called for driven the Villista forces back to

ground gained along the I I A deal was consummated yesterday the sole motive underlying his for- by the senate's resolution. Washington, Feb. Democratic Monclova.

Arras-Lille highway.The whereby the Orland hotel, which was une was to give service to his fellow WOODROW WILSON. leaders in the senate in a further effort -

Berlin statement refers only to 'I' recently purchased by Mr. R. K. Cordon men. Regarding labor, Rockefellersaid Every now and then somebody to save the administration ship $28,000 SPENT ON ORPHANSAt

artillery duels on the western front from Mrs. L. P. Dean and Mr. he believed the best way to help starts the report that Representative purchase bill were today consideringnew
the laboring man was to give him Sparkman, of Florida, is not, going to lines of action. Outnumberedby
and to French attacks upon German [j Topliff, passed into the hands of Mr. the annual meeting of the Chil
trenches northwest of Perthes, which I, G. E. Miller, of Auburn, N. Y., and steady work and fair wages, which be a candidate for reelection."I the opposition the majority lead- dren's Home Society of Florida, held

they claim were repulsed. |I Mr. E. W. Enrick, of Binghamton, was better than all charities. have not authorized any such ers yesterday failed to carry out their in Jacksonville, January 28, Superin-
I I IN.: Y. announcement," said Mr. Sparkman."I plan to recommit the bill with instructions -
tendent Marcus C.
Fagg that
Sunk DANGER FROM FLOOD HAS have nothing to say on the sub- for amendment.The reported
German Torpedo I. Several years ago these gentlemen 959 homeless and needy children had
Copenhagen, Feb. 5.-A German'were the managers of the Orland ho- PASSED ject at this time." new plan under considerationis come under the care and attention of
Pittsburg, Pa., Feb. 5.-The flood to recommit the bill without instructions
torpedo boat has been wrecked near tel and being experienced men in that I the society during the past of
the island of Moren, off the coast of line of business is an assurance that which inundated the low lying sec- THE POULTRY EXHIBIT WILL BE so as to bring it up againon 1914, this number being the year largest

Denmark. The boat is a total wreck all who make that popular hostelry tions along the Allegheny and Ohio THE BEST EVER a motion to discharge the committee number of chlidren ever referred to

and is supposed to have struck a their place of abode will be well taken rivers began receding slowly early if it failed to return the measure the society for aid in all its history.
floating German mine. j scare I I of. today, and Forecaster Henry W. Pen- J. H. Wendler the superintendentof with amendments recommended by These children were referred to the

II I I I Mr. Gordon will now devote his entire nywill declared all danger had passed. the poultry exhibit at the fair, will the caucus. Some of the leaders favor society from every section of Florida
The crest was reached at midnight, be in the city today making arrangements this plan if assured of enough
BIG TEMPERANCE :MEETING IN time to his large and rapidly and represented all creeds and races
I I when a stage of 28.5 feet was reg- for the biggest poultry show votes to it. ,
ORLANDO IN MARCH II; growing bakery business. Orlando carry except colored. A good family home
istered. ever staged at the fair grounds. Meantime, the Democratic leadersare
I extends a cordial welcome to the new was secured for every orphan and
Six meetings in three days will be proprietors and wishes for them and waiting for the return here next homeless child and others were sent
held in Orlando by the Fying Squadron the Orland hotel continued week of two Democratic senators
prosper- to special schools, hospitals, boarding
of America, the famous organization ity. Newlands and Smith, of South Car- homes and wer provided the care and
of temperance workers and musi-1 Mr. Enrick has been in the restaur- olina. Then with the vote 48 to 48, attention most needed. .

cians, which is this winter visitingtwo ant and cafe business in Daytona. In on a motion to recommit the bill with I Practically $28,000 in
was spent
Mrs. Edwards Is Pleased With Owners
hundred and fifty principal citiesof assuming control of the hotel they on Magnolia instructions to amend they would providing for these 959 little ones an
Showing for the Fair'sBetter Avenue Petition Councilto count on Vice-President Marshall to
the United States in the interestof acquire all fixtures furnishings, stock average of alittle more than $28
constitutional the lease Babies :Make i break a tie in their favor. per
national prohibitionof and seven years on the en- I Street child. The society closed the year

the liquor traffic. I tire block.MAHLON. ContestMrs. WiderThe free from debt and expects. to do even
The meetings here will be held on t I GARDEN OF EDEN A FEATUREAT greater work for Florida's little ones

March 1 2 and 3, at the First Methodist GORE SEVENTYEIGHTI Dr. G. H. Edwards stated 'last biweekly meeting of the City GASPARILLA CARNIVAL in need in 1915, and appeals to the

chu"rch. The meetings will be I I YEARS OLD THURSDAY I night that sixty-six babies had been Council was held yesterday and a petition good people of Florida to send money

held at 2:30 and 7:30 p. m. Admis-i examined this week to participate in bearing the signatures of 17 Tampa, Feb. 4.-Among the fea- clothing food etc. to help in the continuance -

sion will be free. I Mahlon Gore, pioneer newspaperman the Midwinter Fair Better Babies residents and property owners was tures of the Gasparilla carnival, the of the rdeat work-general

The plan of the Flying Squadron is j one of the leading citizens of I contest. There was a slight falling presented requesting that Magnolia I dates of which are February 12 to 16, ly, conceded to _be Florida's greatest

unique in the history of the United Orlando, and always a promoter and off in the number of babies examinedthis avenue between Concord avenue and I inclusive that will prove most pleasing charity. The work is supported entirely .

States. It is headed by former Gov- I booster of the city's best interests, year Mrs. Edwards explainingthat I Robinson avenue be paved a width of I to visitors from winterboundstates by free-will donations and has

ernor J. Frank Hanly of Indiana, one i celebrated his seventy-eighth birth- Seminole county's carnival baby 34 feet. Three of the petitionerswere are the Garden of Eden exhi- provided for thousands of little ones .

of the most powerful' prohibition I day Thursday having been born in show detracted as there were 45 ba- present and were requested to bition of semi-tropical fruits flow- in its twelve years of work.

speakers in the United States. It is I I Kalamazoo Mich, in 1837. Thurs- bies in the show at Sanford. Mrs. meet with the commissioners Monday ers and vegetables on the court house Judge W. H. Baker of Jacksonville

organized in three groups, each group day was also the occasion of Mr. and Edwards declared she was satisfied at 11 o'clock to discuss the matter square, and the masked balls in Tam- was elected president for 1915; FrankG.

complete within itself. The first group Mrs. Gore's wedding anniversary.Mr. with the showing this year and thatit before action is taken. pa's famous American and foreign ,I Johnson secretary; R. V. Covington .

will conduct the meetings of the first I I Gore came to Florida 35 years was highly satisfactory. She was A communication was received from dubs including the Spanish Cuban treasurer; and Marcus C. Fagg ;

day and pass on to the next city, its I ago. Soon after the Reporter was in Sanford yesterday taking in the Capt. J. W. Wilmott, who stated that Italian and German clubs. Visitors was re-elected as state superintendent. -

place being taken by the second and :J I established, Mr. Gore assumed control carnival. the property owners wuold pay three- will be invited to attend these func- Forty other prominent men of ..

third groups in succession. In addition -'I of the paper June 1, 1SSO and fourths of the cost of filling in 465 tions at the request of officers of the Florida were lected as directors for

to speakers of national reputation continued as editor until 1893. Thursday WHEAT REACHES NEW HJGH feet on East street and 220 feet on Gasparilla Carnival Association. Every 1915.

each group has with it musiciansof a number of his friends came WAR RECORD PRICE IN Jackson street, if the city would pay section of South Florida will be The state headquarters for the

ability. I to call and offer congratulations. CHICAGO the other one-fourth cost. The work represented in the beautifully decorated work are located at 361 St. James

will cost about $350. The matetr was and illuminated product exhibi- Bldg., where applications for children
VOLUSIA COUNTY SCHOOL HAS DOG WAS FOUND Chicago Feb. 5.Wheat advanced left to Commissioner S. A. Johnson tion. Many magnificent floats show- will be gladly received and also do-

PLACED EXHIBIT I swiftly today to a new high record with power to act. ing the varied resources of South nations of money. The state receiv-

M. O. Overstreet, while driving war price. It only took a brief time Florida, will also be centered in the ing home in which no child is kept

Most of the buildings on the fair over the road to Maitland yesterday for the May option to reach $1.661-2, SPAIN BUYS. 4 SUBMARINES various parades of the five-day periodof permanently-is located at 1944 Riv-

grounds are in readiness to receive i found the four year old pet collie dog a jump of 2 3-Sc. compared with last festivity.The erside avenue, Jacksonville where the

the exhibits, although not all of them .belonging to Mrs._ J. J. Chapman night. The previous top notch quotation Madrid via Paris Feb. 5.-Parliament children can be visited every day be-

are completely decorated. The Volu-I!who resides at Tangerine. The dog was on February 3-$1.66. Most has authorized the governmentto largest stock of Orlando and tween 3 and 5 p. m. Everybody in

sia school has already placed its exhibit has been a household' pet for years j of the trading today however, was in purchase four submarines for the Florida pennants. Prices from 25 Florida is invited to come -and see

j which is comprehensive and and it was lost Sunday evening at 6 the July delivery in which the upturnwas Spanish navy from an American cents up. Curtis & O'Neal Orange what this great organization is do- _
1 pleasmg. o'clock. not quite so radicaL builder. avenue. 1:16'I '


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NOTABLE COLLECTION GIVENTO Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. 111111111111111111 111111111111111111111111111111 ..

clays Geological: chips DepartmentRed red columnar, Ba- \ Seeds Seeds Seeds j
January :30, 1915. saltic Cliffs. The pudding sotne after
KEYSTONE HOTEL Editor Sentinel: igneous action during uplift. Varied :
I hued clay, Gay Head, Martha's Vineyard A
At your request permit to hand
Corner West and Church Streets Island, Mas Columnar cliff of ANEW
you the papers concerning the collec- red balast, mouth of St. Lawrence I NEW STORE
Splendid sere ice, Excellent ooniN. Hot and cold ":\ er. One of theliev ,
tion and to Rollins river. cliff rock of
delivery of Copper Bay
oool in the state. Rate ?,.'')O per seek and up. ftcial rates to partie College I
wishing table l oarif. some material I trust may be helpful Fundy. SEEDS
Albertite, New Brunswick.
Graphite -
W. G. DUNCAN Prop to the boys and girls of the South, nodules, peat beds of Nova Sco\ 0' I ;
for whom I have the highest admira- tia. Asbestos, Nova Scotia.

tion. The Chopping Knives, Maine coast. I Sweet Corn, Field Corn, Peas, Beans, Etc. AVe
Specimen from cliff where Mrs. Stowe
THE WINDERMEREChoice Upon my first visit to the College,, wrote "The Pearl of Orr's Island." guarantee our seeds to be fresh.
Dr. Blackman and Dr. Baker mademe Breccia and conglomerate, common- I A

Location All Modern Conveniences feel so much at home I shall ever iy of known Fundy,as Manitoba.News pudding. stone,Brunswick from Bay, ,i be disappointed, come to us for Drugs \ \

Excellent Table Good Water Reasonable Rate regard January 30 a holiday.Respectfully .
Newport, R. I., Rocky Point RI. I and Garden Seed.City .
o shrdluGeol
On Beautiful Lake Lucerne Orlando, Fla.; OTIS P. NEWTON. -o- I
Class .
- Carboniferous shale R. I. coal beds. ;:
VISIT "COLLIER GRO\ "-ON LAKE APOPKAFOR May 18, 1911. Lithographite, Germany. Petrifaction -I
Mr. Otis P. Newton, Colorado. Agate, New Mexico. Drug Store"A
Chalcppyrites, Michigan. Rhomboloi-
On main country road, four miles east of Clermont and three miles west of] My Dear Mr. Newton-I have re- I dan calcite. California. Dog tooth I

Ookland; 16 miles west of Orlando, at Bear's Gap Station, T. & G. F.. R. ceived your letter of the 9th instant, calcite, California. Agatic quartz, I ,
for which I thank you. Your offer to California. Carnelian, Mexico. Agatesred GOOD DRUG STORE.
for Autos. Fine Pier and Pavilion and Picnic Grounds.
Parking place Tripsto collect specimens of marble and shell Colorado. Albite, Mexico. Magnetite -I
wonderful "Boiling Springs." Steel Motor and Row Boats, well equipped,, life in New England this summer, Colorado. Diamond calcite, J. :L. DEJLIST p tL.G.iMIIMMMMMMIMMMHIMMIMIMIMMII
for hire. Agents for Ferro Motors and Mullin's Steel Boats. and articles from the phosphate beds Colorado. Amazon orthoclase, South '
next winter, is a very generous one, America. Obsidian, Ischia, Mo. Sili-
Oakland Office with T. Connell, Grocer. Telephone at residence, "Collier .
of which I shall be very glad to take cious millstone, Ohio. Trachyte, t **.
Grove," call Monte Verde. Pavilion on pier. Can be engaged for dancing advantage. I shall be pleased to meet Rhine, Germany. Agatised wood, Da

purposes. S any expenses, within reason, which kota. Siderite, New Mexico.
you may incur in making this collec- granite, Massachusetts. QUinC//
tion, and I should be glad to have Arizona. Pyrrholite, Canada
Black sandstone, Rhode WRIGHT SEED CO.We
Home Comforts Service Finest Rooms in City your name placed on the objects .
slatestone, Rhode Island. Quartose I
themselves, when they are put in the
schist.Rhode. Island. Actinolite, New
Thomas R. Baker :Museum in recog-
Sanitary Inspection Rated 100 of to Mexico. eolored clays, Gay Head, the Stock of
nition, not only your courtesy Mass. Fine g'DeissIt.. Desert, :\1 e.-I carry Largest Seed in
us, but of interest in these mat-
ters.I Dytrolite Lake Superior., New Mexico.Bedford Copper sandstone ore, Orange county. Agents for the Celebrated -

THE NEW GRAND trust of seeing that you we may here have next the fall.pleasure We- Ohio. Aukose, Mexico. Pegmatite, National Guano Fertilizers
Rhode Island. Serpentine, Montana. I
BJRTLETT. have a good many objects in the mu-
.HENRY Prop. Galena, Illinois. Diamond
seum, which would, I am sure, greatly New York. Trap rock, quartz'l 206 So. Orange Ave.
interest you.
Petrified oak, Colorado. Homeblende,
Cordially yours, Vermont. Petrosilex, Massachusetts.
Plan 15 West Pine St.
W. F. BLACKMAN, President. Pictured slate, Rhode Island. Hex-

Rooms with Bath Orlando Fla. - agonal mica, Maine. Actinolite, Ver- ---
Dear Friend: mont.Ia nesite. Ohio. Graphitic
Having spent four winters in Flor- granite, Maine. Apponite, Arizona.
ida-now representing Dr.V.. F. Columnar agate New Mexico. Fi- WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver
TOURISTS ATTENTION! Blackman, president Rollins College, brous quartz, Rhode Island. Ferruginous -
Winter Park. Florida, also president quartz, Oregon. Claysite mod- hear this before? Let the Delicatessen Man do it.
Florida Audubon Society, I earnestly els, Connecticut river. Franklinite, Something new Something New !
We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando solicit your help in restoring the Museum New Jersey. Mossy quartz, Arizona. Try it. Ask Abou it.

Prepared by our New York Cook of Natural History destroyedby : Limestone, Connecticut. Limestone, I Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two for
fire. Dr. Blackman is the fore- Rhode Island. three or more
most educator in the South. Attract- -o-- Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
109 Rooms Bath, Steam Heat. $1.00 ing pupils from nearly all the states GeologyNew COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES t
and from Cuba. In no other way can England Marble Exhibit, POTATO SALADJ.
you so grealty benefit our enterprising Green Mountains, Vermont. Varieties -
Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water students. I promise to exhibit all : American pavonazzo, jasper; R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'S
gifts at the Midwinter Exposition, dove blue, Pittsford statuary; \\ ist-
Orlando, Florida. To deliver them to land cippola, Oriental; olivo, puik I Phone 26 Bakery
EMPIRE HOTEL the College with your name or busi- pante; livido, verde antique;
ness cards. I shall meet 25,000 people statuary, extra dark vein; li-I
distribute judiciously any adver- The leading concern, Vermont :\
54 Light Housekeeping Rooms tising you may send me with your Co., employs 4,000 men; runs day
contribution, refunding parcel post night; annual output 1,000,000 cubic
chargse if so desired. Remember feet of marble, requiring for boxing VALENTINES[ [ AND VALENTINE POST CARDSAll
ROSSMORE INNWindermere Florida buys all her building and dec- 6,500,000 feet of lumber. In 1914 this
orative stone in the North. I am company sold 21,000 monuments.
asking you to send me by parcel post Ruynlites, Maine. Gobrose Rhode
before November 15th. Island. Lava, Manna Loa. Old red
Most gratefully yours, Massachusetts. Graphite,
This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric O. P. NEWTON, Rhode Island. Malachite, New Mex kinds and prices to suit all
lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with 37 Arnold Ave., Edgewood, ico. Ankorite, Manton, R. I. Car-
Lath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish- Providence, R. I. boniferous sandstone, Rhode Island. I
ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. My home references: Wm. P. Cross, Gneiss sandstone, Rhode Island. tastes and pocket books. Get yours
U. S. commissioner; Col. Geo. W. -()-
Gatchell, U. S. coast artillery; Dr. Natural History ClassIn
while the is
John Hale Larry former president July, 1914, Captain Frank Saun- assortment good.W. .
Lincoln University; Hon. H. F. Hor- ders, of Block Island, captured two
THE OSCEOLA ton, board charities and corrections; sword fish of 800 and 900 pounds re
lion. E. M. Sulivan, mayor of Cran- spectively. The sword fish weaponsare S. BRANCH,
. ston. the finest in existence.At .
STEAM HEAT THROUGHOUT --0- Old Orchard, Maine, the clams
Orland Hotel, attain great size. The Arcade Book and Music Store

Magnolia and Robinson Ave Orlando, Fla., Jan. 13, 1915. At some bathing beaches the razor
J. \V. HURLEY, Manager\ --------------- -- --- ---
My Dear Dr. Blackman: clams are in evidence.
For the collection I beg you to ac- After a great storm at Point Judith
I cept for Rollins, I am indebted to the "Scales Mermaids" line the
Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round I Captain Charles C. Dadley. Newport, shores.

European Plan Rooms and R. I.; Captain Frank Saunders, Block The sea tears an edible moss from
Single Suite
en ; Island; Captain Geor Wilburs, Al- the hidden rocks and tosses it high up
bert, New Brunswick; Professor on the pebbly beach.
A Charles Wilson Brown instructor of The sea at Newport, R. I., grinds
geology Brown University, Provi- the cliffs! to sand, mixes small peb- 4L
dence, it. I. bles. This mixture under intense ? ;
I am expecting results from my heat becomes the pudding stone of
proposed trip to the maratime prov- the New England coast.PHONE -
inces during the summer of 1915.Respectfully. I



Mr. F. Usher De Voll hands you -
one of his earlier efforts, "New Lon- .FIRST CLASS REPAIRING- Effective from August 1, 1914 to August

don Harbor," done in common house BARNARD & SON 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduce
paint in a half day. Proper focus
that time:
should be about 20 feet. Two of his 17 Hughey Street Orlando Fla. tion during
THE ARCADE HOTELJ. 1914 pictures have been accepted for 12-10-iin
Mr. Touring Car -
the Panama Exposition.; My son.

B. MAGRUDER. Jr., Prop. Willis B. Newton, presents copy, 505.00
"Niagara at Sunrise," by his own D. K. DavidsonGOLF Runabout -

First Class Restaurant and Autosin camera. The printers Starkweather F. 0. B. Orla.... AD can tmttr eQalppeL
& Williams Co., of Providence, de-
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Atlantic Worsted Mills the !. ..r fact.ry prwlKti.n. and the .tai..u. net. Im... n. .
Club .rt. nU If w. r cfc mm -t t !
Orlando, Fla. largest their in output.the world This, present set cost samplesof ten Orlando Country }p.rch.unr....N an, and kctwccm ales the dep .*..<. date.

dollars to mount.Try your hand at Telephone No. 249. ".4 ....1. we re.*,h this pN4adJea.,. w. rc. to pad.....m.a
.Io.re tn. I4' to $ per ear <.a ar
IF YOU WANT A LUNCH designing." New patterns bring good the A.p.t buyer's. !IS) t. every retail Myer wile p.rchaM a.wF.rd
money. "Nearly three hundred patterns fetwrta A. ..t 1. IIU ..d August 1. 1M*
WWMB ani B M B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B Bl P B B B B B B B B BW __.u_'." tar particular regarding Uw. I.w price..d pr. t-
F.r farther

worth the money: come to Pope's Quick Lunch Counters. Our The Industrial--0- Classes sharing plea W4 .

food.is not cooked in front of your eyes, where you are annoyed The Brown & Sharpe Co., of Providence ORLANDOCO. F. G. RUSH ..
R. I., the largest makers of
with the odors and heat, but in our sanitary kitchen. Try a cup tools in the world, send you "Text Phone 226J&EsGOEsiusT

of our Rowland Special Coffee, French Dripped. The price is Books" for determining with exact- ,.
ness all problems needful for the in-
only 5c. a cup. We offer you the best of service. ventor and designer of tools.

The Southbridge, Mass., American 26 WEST PINE STREET
Pope & Co.'s Quick Lunch CountersChurch Optical Company, the largest optical I 1-
concern in the world send you the

Street. Open from 5 a.m. to midnight complete stages the process rough "flint showing button"in twelve to the PHONE 122 :I

finished "eye glass." & THE SAME

The Metal Products Company give Best Plumbing at Low!
vou an idea how "jewelry" is made. I
Providence, .R. I., manufactures this I
year twenty millions value. New designs est PricesWe
II ---()- not in the combine.
Geological Department SLAUTER'S latest inventions used :My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen

mica Granite., quartz The, feldspar.component Imperfect parts-- I on all firstclassPlumbing months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the |

SHEET METAL CO. mixture. Mt Washington; imperfect same time it always
mixture Mt Crawford; red granite j I ConstructionFor : has.TIME
Nova Scotia; pink granite, Milford,
Mass steel Quincy, finfiest and
; gray
Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos, best, adopted by the U. S. go>em-
men.Westerly I FineWATCH Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front of Evans, The Jeweler.
and Rubber Roofings Rhode Island. Partial
mixture under the sea, Newport R. I.; i CLOCK and
same Block Island; same, showing
Cornices Sk}lights. Heating. Ventilating Metal Ceilings potash cavities by action of sea water. I JEWELRY REPAIRING WEST BOUND EAST BOUD
Fossil pectens, Mt Ararat Maine, Read Down Read Up
12 miles from and 200 feet above sea. call on C. VATER whois
Works 14 E. ORLANDO Feldspar, mica quartz same point. M.'AM!
: ChurchSt.: P. P.l\I.-P.
at this trade IA.\tfA' M.
Oldest coal in the worrd. Portsmouth, an expert
R. I. Oldest ,
graphite NarragansettBay
R. I. Fused quartz, filling cavity with many years experience Orlando 6:30110.15 3:00 9.3 1.301 6.00

in' igneous rock during uplift, Ocoee 7:30.11.15. 4:00 8'3C 12.301
.1 Rhode Island. Fused quartz, cementing at Youngs Repair Shop 5,00
black sandstone, during uplift Winter Garden 7:451[11:30 4.3 8.15 12.151 4.45

Try Sentinel Want Ads. J Newport, R. I. Component parts Opp. Post Office; Pine Street Oakland ; 8:00--, 4:3 8.00 .-' 4.3m
.. t pudding stone. Maratime Provinces,

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The lot advertised for $1200, I I Orlando, Jan. 27, 1915. I I I Lake Monroe_Bible Conference
!' will be held in Enterprise Fla. February j the EeauflA -.l I
if Dear : Seminary
with a reduction of $400.00, I see some of the papers of Florida 12-22, 1915. An unusual opportunity -.I Polly

buyer would build, was boughtby I advocate the bringing here from Belgium for Bible study and the con- .
and other European states the sideration of all phases of Christian
Mr. Samuel Brice of New poor war-stricken peoples of those work is offered, free of charge. I COLLEGE MUSICAL COMEDYTO
1 Mr. S. D. Gordon, whose "QuietTalks" I
the lands of
York. We have decided to of countries to take up
Florida and other Gulf states. Havewe have been so helpful to
fer another one. not enough now of illiterate, superstitious -'|ers throughout the world, BE PRESENTED BY
people who know no law present during the session and will

Corner lot, well located. Sidewalks would but that come of fear know? nothing The class of that our !': On speak Wooing on the following Errand;"topics some:studies"God I MISS J. PEARLE ROGERSWITH

lights North and | in a Gospel. "The Effect of Music on
water, gas. democratic form of government --
are clannish to the last degree, and Prison Walls;" a study of an Epistle. i

east. $1000.00.Vill take $600if have no honor and care for the rights "The Old Testament Oldest Gospels historical;" a book.study of"Dis an A Local Company of Forty Ladies and Gentlemen

buyer will build within one and welfare of none but themselvesand
covering God, Uncovering and Re-
their clan. They are a menace.
year. to every place or city where they covering Yourself;" a study of a BENEFIT CIVIC LEAGUE
gather in large numbers. Take the Psalm. "The Puzzle of Unanswered I
city of New York; the Italians pat- Paryer;" a study of a Psalm. "The
ronize the whole produce districts, Man Who Took a Walk With God, Feb. 16th.
The Lucerne Tuesday Evening
and control them to a large extent,I and Never Came Back;" the study of ,
send ina a biography. "The Sore uestion of I
that when shippers
ti CARL DANN so few cars of your fruit and truck more Evil, and the Answer;" a study of a Seats on sale and reserved Monday, Feb. 15th, 9 a. m., Estes Drug Store

than usual their watchers report the prophetic book. "Why a Shrewd Jew j
I same, then the whole lot of them re- Gave Up Paying Job;" a quiz Bible j" "I'IDlllllllllllllllllll II"III""I'IIII'III'11I. . . . . . . . .. . ....

I frain from buying, causing a breakin class study.=. "The Spirit's Eyeview ---
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REAL ESTATE the market, then they all get in of the World;" a study of some world lillltlilliillMMIIMMMMMMMMI *
conditions. "The Sugnificance of the
,and buy it at a ruinous price. Then
i they put the price up to the retail World War to the Thoughtful Bible Just Arrived 1915 Harley-Davidson
and Student;" a study of current events j
I trade, and they are mostly Jews
COMPANY I and God's plans. i
they charge the consumer about 300
Other speakers are Bishop Morrison j
per cent. profit, so that oranges that ..
Miss Belle Bennett, president of i
box for,
the Italian pays $1.25 per .
the Woman's Council, Miss Mary Cul- r .
around $5.00 -
costs the consumer per ;
box. That curtails consumption and ler White, the evangelistic Bible reader f : Ifl fLEYhvtnsoK- ; .
Toilet the man in Florida gets nothing for from China Editor Upshaw of the ( -
PaperSantiTissue I of New
"Golden Age, Dr. Lathburg
his labor. Now that Is a fair sam- .
I York, author of "In Two Worlds,*'
ple of the work of that class of peapie
the kind that is ; in fact, as Roosevelt said, they and others to be anounced later. .
soft and cloth like. are an undesirable class of citizens. Special hotel rates to conference
at ten dollars week, one
We had better keep them out and guests per
make the conditions such that our in room; eight dollars per week, two .
farmers of the in room.
own American poor
CamationsJPottedPlantsiFlowers North can come here and go to workon Ferry and automobile connections. :

the land. In order to do so the
state and nation must clear up the MANY WITNESSES ,
I wild land and ditch the low places POLITICAL CASE ,yf .
Pikeville, Ky., Feb. .-Workers
and help them to start, as Australia t
STRAWBERRIES I did by furnishing teams and see the for United States Senator-elect Beck- .
ham were paid from $2 to $5 for
Then let them begin to
I first year.
TOMATOES: pay back the second year. In this I votes, according to John Keathley a ON EXHIBIT AT THE
I Beckham worker in Pike county in
I could place 1,000 families in a ;
PINEAPPLES i I way year's time of good hard workingmen : the state-wide primary last August GOOD AND BAD CIGAR STORE. i \

I farmers and mechanics, in the I who testified today at the vote selling _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . . ..._.OL.IL&...&.
FRESH VEGETABLES ='orth, who are now only one week '[cases now being tried here. Nine- ill 1I111 11111 11111 11111 III-IIMIMiltilMiliMIMMM 11111.----------- 1

away from the county home. That teen cases tried today resulted n 1
would uncongest the cities and help twelve convictions. Several witnesses DoctorsBnck'iuasfcr SIGNS
S. Jones
Dr. S.
CARUTQtRS & GORE i production overtake consumption and under the influence of liquor were on I

I I help reduce the high prices. of living the stand today, and for this reason & Brundasc Gold Leaf and Aluminum, on CHIROPRACTOR I
some of the cases had to be passed. \ Glass or Wood
;for alL
i. College, 17 and ,
New Modern G R. N. FULLAGAR. DISAPPOINTMENT OSTEOPATHS Cloth Signs and Big Bulletinsa graduate 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone .
Grocery y specialtyI 209. Intelligent people everywhere l
Comes to those who buy "old garden Personal instruction under Dr. Stillat restored to health by chiropractic '
DR. F. F. THOMPSON with and are being
seed. Our store is new, our seeds Kirksville, Mo. have Morgan me adjustments, the new science }
Phone 200 DENTISTRecently are fresh. Don't be disappointed.Come Hours, 9 to 12; 1 to 5; Evenings by give prompt"service of removing the cause of disease. ExI
: of New York to us for pure drugs and fresh appointment. amination free. 1224lmoGet

.Over Curtis & O'Neals, Orange Ave.24d&wlm. garden seed. City Drug Store, J. L. 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples GEO. A. BARKER Sentinel first. !
6 and 8 East Pine St. Dean. 2-3-2wksc National Bank. Phone 578. i 110 West Pine St.MMMMMMMI. tbe news in The \

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

to attract the buyers who are looking for staple goods. I am'not selling 4

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 I


you today. .

F\ IN. Boeircirriein ,, .

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DAILY "Our Village"A SIDELIGHTSBy Beautiful Lake Eola,

South Florida SentinelMORNING ( W. S. Branch)

AND WEEKLY I grand rain yesterday but we Residence For

W. M. GLENN .....................Editor hope next week will be clear.r. HumbugAn ,II II
'Y. C. ESSINGTON ......C..i.._ tolaaaen i I I
O. Compton was in town yesterday editor down
--- ---- at Arcadia says the Sale ]: Our Annual
Entered at the poetoflk-e at Orlando. Florida with thirteen quarts of straw- Times-Union editor is "an arrant old
as Second Class Mail. Matter. I II
berries, and they were dandies, too. humbug." Now if the T. U.
man was

SUBSCRIPTION. ...RATES........... -O h another page we print an article like some of the small sized editorsof I AT A GREAT BARGAIN Ii i
Dail,. 1 Year ...... Ji.00
Daily 6 ...................... 2.60 called "Knockers," which was i the state he would get red in the i i iI lilY \ [ SAlE.
3 ?:............. ... iJia Location East
Daily. corner Washington i
ubstantial busi-
Daily. 1 ...................... 60 I furnished to us by as face, call the Arcadia man 57 other I \YticjFE;
ness man of Orlando Who is a suc- and East Street, facing i iI i
Weekly. 1 Year ...''..'_ ..........- 11.VU kinds of names and pet generally ex- '
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN I cess a capitalist and a man that has cited. As it is he will print just what I north. There is a beautiful view

ADVANCE helped Orlando to what it is. We the Arcadia man said about him in of the Lake. Lot is 75x150 ,

TO ADVERTISERS: I think the Article is fine and one all the "Boomerang" column and let it feet. House is constructed of ,iI

Copy for display and all other hanel-set'1 should read. Knockers are a menace I pass without note or comment. log and shingles, and contains ,I White Goods LacesEmbroideries

advertising must be handed in at the business & all should be drivn out of the city.If I eight large rooms beautifully ,: ,
office of the Sentinel net later than 2 p. -.
the day before publication. This rul applies we had less of them scurrilous EVERYBODY SHOULD WEAR THE I finished. This property belongs I
to chance for contract adverti inc: it is characters we would be better off. No I to Col. W. P. Walton, former t and
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. COLORS NEXT I
---- punishment is sever 'nuf for a low WEEK owner of the Reporter Star, who 1

Subscribers desiring T-e Sentinel dfcw! down wrapper of this nature. I occupied it about six months. Muslin Underwear
tlnued should notify the office in writing on
the date of expiration. otherwise it will be -Our worthy contrib mr. W. s. Business interests compel the 'j
I Every man, woman and child who
continued at the regular subscription rates. I Branch, Senior, was in too call yesterday Colonel to live in Kentucky, and
until notice to atop is received. | appears on streets of Orlando
Telephone Numb-r ...................... 24 : and said nice things about OUr next week should the he has instructed us to sell the I
wear Orlando
Village col.Ir.. Branch is .some j property at a great bargain. qwOzi1!
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1913. colors.! Nothing can be prettier than I
I writer hisself and His sidelights are 1'I
the combination of rich dark green | FOR SALE EXCLUSIVELY BY I
of the Sentinel features mr. B.,
Daily slogan No. 13: We're not a and orange and nothing can be more I II I -
is to be busy next week sending
bit superstitious-"The) Rival of Par- going appropriate at this season of the yearor Atha
: press despatches to the Tribune and Cooper
adise-Orlando! any season of the year. The dry
the Times union of which he is
0-- goods stores are well supplied with
worthy contrib. Call again mr. B. 114 South Orange Avew Ground Floor
Hilarious times in Orlando next I the ribbon. We are all proud of Or- ,
-The W. U. T. will have triple the Phone No. 311
week. lando and always glad to show our .
I business next week as this. Our wire
o colors. Let us have a regular riot of

Words of wisdom are few, but there I force is busy. these days. green and orange all next week. I r
-There aint no such thing as de-

are many echoes. pression for our city. We are in the POLLY, THE SEMINARY BEAUTY I
fore front all th' time. CHANGE OF DATE TUESDAY -
The fellow who has money to burn
-The rain was hard on the decora- FEBRUARY 16
collects no insurance on it. $1.25 -
tions yest. I I
o .
-We will issue a special edition I The ladies of the Civic League, \jj1\
heroine is '
Our idea of a true a woman Per Strand UpFIREPLACE
day of the Fair. I
who could talk back but doesn't. every who are patronesses of the coming ,
o -The San juan is putting in neI I!attraction, "Polly, the Seminary CHUNKS AND \

Tampa is awaiting with, great expectancy electric signs around their new awn Beauty," to be presented by Miss J. I OAK WOODorlandolVood .
ing. When harry Beeman does thingshe Pearle wish
the advent of Gasparillajust Rogers, to announce their Yard
week off. does em right. date for Tuesday, February 16 at the
a -0. I, -We expect their wil be consider- j Lucerne, on account of the Neil O'Bri- B. W. Kingsley, Proprietor 1

able booze loose next week. This is a I Minstrels which the old PINE STREET AND IL R.
Have you decorated? I opera Telephone 344
Peanuts and pink lemonade will disgrace to the town. Every drunk house.on Friday, the night they had 9-30 I
should be fined $200 dollars and thenit I
booked the Lucerne.
soon be ripe and the odor of sawdust -
would stop. they all have money i ,
tanbark the air. I - -- -- --
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permeate -
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to pay fines it seems and if the cuss-I
o Enormous reductions en everything in White.
ternary fifine was raised to $200 the j
The Sanford fair takes place this Note these few, there are many similar. r

week and then the scene will shift to city'd get more money. 'I' I
-it was also a dark day yesterday.the jl
Orlando where the great SubtropicalFair WHITE GOODS
our high school students I
long heralded, is to be held with i
at is a sight. They
eat pie
much pomp and joy.IiamiIetrop- 1200 YARDS 38-40 inch White Splash Voile,
olis. rush to th' bakries'and rush out agin. Dainty and Sheer, beautifully finished, regularly -
if they study their lessins like they sold at 35c. Our price has been 25c.,

o relish pie we will have some students Lily White Sale Price
The Florida press, generally, ij at- .
tracting the attention of the peopleof some day. 18% cts

the state who produce things out -When the kissimmee mill blew up Lake Eola and Eola Park

of the soil that it would be profitableto Thrs. morn a good many of our citizens i I 1000 YARDS of the famous White Luna Lawn,
noticed and felt ht' shock. The delicately sheer with the exquisite finish ofa
turn our attention to the thingswe windows in the Tremont hotel rattled.At high-class Organdie, fully worth 30c.,

consume, even if we must raise Seth woodruff's the dishes on the Lily White Sale Price
fewer vegetables to ship North. t
kitchen table shok an rattled and the 18% cts
Jacksonville Metropolis.
cook ran away. Go 'way, Quake, go
I) I

The biggest, grandest, the best Fair 'way.-By Bending away over ).est. J. D. The time is now ripe for an investment in this particular I Extra Special Purchase in While Goods ,

in all the long history of South Flor- Barnes waz able to see his shoes. '4 2000 YARDS WHITE. DRESS GOODSIn -

ida, opens in just three more days. _Donald Cheney told us some in- section of the city. Property well bought will be checks Stripes, Dimity Lawns White eta<< Regular Sale-
There will be five big days of instruc- value loc<< to 25c. Lily
tresting things yest. about the O. W.
tion and amusement. Not an idle day & L. Co. He said that every man, absolutely certain of producing a profit. I have two or price 8 1-2 cis

-not a sluggish hour-not an inac- 1500 YARDS WHITE DRESS GOODS-
woman, child & baby in Orlando av-
tive moment-something doing Exquisitely Embroidered on Swiss and
every eraged 1662-3 gaL of water every three offerings which I can recommend as sure MONEY Scotch Organdies and Muslins. This class
second. Will ? Can
you you day. We can't hardly believe this as of Fabric is used for the new mode of Flare

stay away? their is so many that never drink MAKERS.Call Skirts. Regular values 50c. to 75c., Lily

; o water at all. White Sale price 23c

: NOTE Ths Sentinel has been favored with and let me show them to you. SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.

several entertaining concern- LACESMany

", ing the Birmingham baseball club> of

the Southern Association, that will LOST-Roman gold buttercup brooch. a store in a metropolitan city of five
times magnitude, as large or more\comprehensive -
our carry
if returned to Sentinel of-
for the
come to Orlando training sea- assortment of Laces than we do.
son the latter part of this month. fice. 2-6-3tc German and French Vallenciennes Clunys,

These articles are all illustrated with Torchon's, Oriental Duchess, Chantilly, Irish
fresh engravings direct from Bir- WANTED-Second hand desk, hat Point, Battenburg. Shadows, Irish crochet. Fillets,
rack bed, couch. .Address Box 351. S.Y.WAYInsurance
mingham. Each player on this club 2-6-3t' etc.We have them all, a complete assortment in

will have his "picture" in the Senti- each character.

nel and accompanying it will be a I FOR SALE-Rhode Island Red 5000 YARDS LACE-Shadows, Torchons,
eggs Valencienned, etc., different widths, worth
newsy article of his career in base- for setting; fine stock; $1.00 for 13. and Real Estate Agent
ball. These articles should appeal to Mrs. Calder. Phone 708. 2-3-lmoc from lOc. to 25c., Lily White Sale 5 cents
baseball lovers "in the community.The I I

first article will appear in Sunday's HAVE YOU PURCHASED A FARM? PHONE 172 EMBROIDERIESFrom
I would like to work it on shares. .
Sentinel and tells of Carleton
Address White Man. Box 178. Plauen, From St. Gall direct to us here
. Molesworth, manager of the club; 2-6-3t means that our purchasing powers are sufficiently
what he has done and what he is do- large to interest the best manufacturers in Swit-

ing. FINE WEATHER FOR ROSES- zerland. Examine our stock note the compre-
hensiveness and the enormous variety of our as-
Order Roses You
Griffing's now.
-o .
will get them in 5 or 6 days and have I sortment and extreme lowness of price-and an-
FLORIDA NOT ALL ORANGE : ticipate your present and future needs at this
roses by Easter. Large 2 year bushes '
BLOSSOMS blooming in the nursery. Office, 116 I Ir sale.
"William Crockett, son of Mr. and South Orange. Phone 267. W. H. I 5000 YARDS SWISS EMBROIDERIES,
r Edges, Bandings, Insertions up to 18 inches
Mrs. George Crockett, of North Elm Brokaw, salesman. 1-6-12t in width-many baby matched sets among I

street, who is now in Jacksonville, I 1 the magnificent assortment.

Florida, writes to the Herald that . . . . \ Regular Price from 15c. to $1.35, Lily White

business in that city is very dull. In 1111111111.11111.1'i i Sale Price 10 cents
fact, trade all over the state is at a SEE BIG WINDOW DISPLAY
standstill. Besides blaming the pres- Proprietors

ent Democratic administration for the Extra Special

trouble, he says Florida has several i' 27 INCH ORGANDIE FLOUXCIXG-

other causes. They are the failure to 1 l PARK Designs the newest, and most in demand. Exceptional -

move the cotton crop and the lack of value for 125. Lily White Sale$9

tourists, as well as the failures of i I,
banks, lumber mills, and

stores. These failures newspapers are attributedto Cordially invites you to inspect their property. They i 700 YARDS JACQUARD SILK SPECIAL SILKS,! in ten of this

the European war. They had a I season's leading shades Black
including ,
narrow escape from a race riot at promise not to trouble you with numerous interviews worth 50<<=. yard, Lily White Sale Price jjg

ida Christmas, he says time., the But newspapers down in do Flor-not or press you to buy. Just let them show you these .

mention failures, race riots and the beautiful near-in lots and Shade trees
like. That would not be l>oosti *. quote prices. ,

and people boosting of Florida's and principal tourists stock are the in fruit trees, sidewalks, electric lights. DICKSON -I YES CO.

trade." Manchester (Conn.) Herald.
4 -0- Inquire at 905 E. Central Avenue, on the prem-

It is not often that the Sentinel

stoops to answer such rot as the ises or ask your dealer.TAYLOR .

above but the article was handed us : .DEPARTMENT STORE.

with the request that it be answered )i ..

It is so full of misrepresentation thai; :
vocabulary of high sounding adjectives I PLACEThe
Store of true service of
the never-failing cOurtesy
would unequal to
& THORNTON of fair dealing, of trust-worthy mer-
occasion. The editor of the paper,
chandise at right prices
from which we clipped the above arti I ,

cle, has visited Orlando upon several 1 ORLANDO _- FLORIDATHE

occasions and has a number of friend

here who are nonplussed at the idea: Proprietors j

of him publishing such billingsgatin

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(GDrlattita nrtrty IFAVORTE i : U "GET IT AT ALLEN'S" Ill

-Edited By Miss Eliza Wright I | Open 2 p. m. and ( : I n E

Office: telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254 i Admission 5

WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR Barry Mallon, Montclair, N. J. The i ii i I ;I ... . . U l- n. ." U I

February 6th.Saturday guests were all friends who are stop- I TODAY'S i. 'El ,I i'' ', fAcTS '
ping with them at the New Lucerne Imp. "When the
hotel for the season. Dainty pink \>m. Shay and Violet

lind 3 P.Club..-Benefit card party, Rosa- and nuts.white Ice cream favors and contained cake were served salted I m two. Sterling."A parts.Dramatic Comedy. i: n Watches, Clocks' and Jewelry' Repaired n nI

Catholic bazaar. I after the games, with punch duringthe "THE BLUE FLAME"A only rehearsing,)but (Examination Free)
4 to fi P. M.-Afternoon tea; Miss I
Edmonds, honoree; Mrs..Thos. Brod- playing.: Beautiful roses and car- i laugh.for the real thing. I U At most reasonable all U
water, hostess. nations, with asparagus fern, deco- .
--0- rated the, room. Several beautiful Selig Special Feature com- JO Work Guaranteed. .

Many "Fair" Guests prizes were given to those makingthe plete in two parts. RAIN FAILED TO 0
Many guests are beginning to arrive highest scores. I j n "ASK ANYBODY ABOUT US."
for the fair week, and many more -o-
will visit friends for one day or more, Dance at Ross more Inn I Despite the rain
from the nearby towns. Social life Rossmore Inn at Windermere was siasm in the I! D
will be quite gay during the coming I again the scene of a merry dance last dampened in the least. 3.11en. &z; Oo
1 week. Mrs. Harold Bourne has Mrs. evening. Several cars from Orlando officials were busy _,
and Miss White, of New Jersey, as went out and with the guests of the the grounds making I I
her house guests. :Mrs. Henry Bartlett hotel quite a large party was present. "UNDER FALSE COLORS"A ments and getting Ilbr JEWELERS
ti has Mrs. Thebaut, of Atlanta. Theseweekly dances are very popular .d]
Mrs. Gettier will have Mr. and Mrs. with the young folks for they always 11 r
Crowder, of Tampa. Miss Alice Bullock have a good time. Vitagraph Drama."BUTTERFLIES .
will visit Miss Margaret Hart -- -
the last of the week, after attending Happily MarriedMr. For Dressing and Bed: Rooms

Gasparilla in Tampa. H. Montgomery Smith and PRICES"I
We show an exceptional variety -
- X
Miss Edna Keen were united in mar-
Mrs. Guernsey "at Home" TODAYThe c 'V i of novel and artistic: wall pa
riage on Thursday Febru- I
Mrs. + pers. They are restful to the
Frank Drummond Guernseywas last
ary 4, at the home of the bride's par- I
eye agreeable to the ta. te. We
"at home" to her many friendson ents at Windermere Fla. Mr. Smith AND Greatest and Neatest I I
l a, ask you to see them before deI
Friday afternoon in honor of her and hand h
is well known in Orlando, being in balancing :
mother, Mrs. Chas. W. McChesney,I the piano business in this city. The ORANGE BLOSSOMS' brought to this city. I I ciding. We know that after
of Amityville, Long Island; Mrs. Jo- Sentinel extends best wishes.Hiawatha I seeing your decision will be in
seph Guernsey assisting her. Beau- -0-- % "THE 1 theic: favor.

tiful roses were used in decorating.Mrs. I Rendered A Biograph ComedyDrama.HEAR . This Act is direst Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
: Louis Dolive, Mrs. Thomas Brod- Vaudeville
Mendelssohn Club a ren-
water, and Miss Pauline Nuchols I gave 205 S. Orange Avenue
dition of "Hiawatha" at Rollins College -
served in the dining room, where a I COLEMAN
I last evening which was largely & RHAN Phone 261
lovely silver basket of red roses
attended. "A LUCKY
adorned the table. Brick ice cream, -
devil cake, coffee, stuffed almonds, - MENT"A I I- .;\ E AK-E.S.; T.\KE--NOTICE i THIRTY-TWO VESSELS BUILT IN
Mendelssohn Club at Winter ParkIf
and served. I
grapefruit straws were
Will any member of the Orlando I U. S. LAST MONTH, -
had enthusiastic
every parson as Reliance Comedy.
Mrs. Lege- -EntertainsMrs. I support as Mr. Carr from the mem- "THAT ORCHESTRA" I.I Peace Society, and any other persons j SAYS REPORT
interested in the cause of peace who |
Wm. Lege entertained six taMes .bers of his club, the churches would
of five hundred players yesterday be full, for scarcely a member failedto "NAIDRA THE are willing to help in the Peace booth I Washington, Feb. 5.-There were
-4 afternoon. Jesamine and roses go through rain and storm to be during the fair, drop a post card or thirty-two sailing, steam and unrigged -
were used in profusion, over the present at Winter Park. The audi- WOMAN"A I phone to :Mrs. C. D. Christ, stating vessels of 12,258 gross tons
the time that is most convenient to I built in the United States in January,
t ence made for quantity by hearty .
t rooms. Mrs. A. R. Bogue made high- up Thanhouser I
them? according to the bureau of navigation.The .
appreciation of the whole of the mu-
est winning box of I
score, a corre- i
spondence cards. A tree guessing I sic given them, the only comment being largest vessel was the Northern
contest was enjoyed, :Miss Rossiter| like Squeers in "Dotheboy Hall," 5 cents. 10 cents "OUR STATE OF MAINE Pacific, at Philadelphia. ,

winning the prize for the most correct that they asked for more. Both Mr. MUTUAL Will all persons who are residentsor
guesses. :Mrs. Geo. L. Shinn and I, and Mrs. Carr were heartily encored. More interesting native of the above state please PAVING WORK POSTPONED BY

Mrs. T. O. Brown assisted the hostessin i The "Hiawatha's Wedding Feast" AMERICAN HUSTLERS HAVE meet at the Tourist Headquarters on RAIN
serving ice cream, snow and fruit went with a good swing. Two of the NOTHING ON AUSTRALIAN Saturday, February 6, at 3 p. _m., to Rain yesterday afternoon caused a
cake, salted nuts, and mints.Nullos I vice-presidents of the club traveled BRAND THIS GREAT take some action toward forming. an postponement of the paving work on
- forty miles to help in the concert. organization.W. Anderson street and West street
"SAME LITTLE H. Eaton.C. which had been
Club I Paris.-American hustle has nothing PRICES"I progressing rapidly
The Nullos Club was delightfully: WILL RENEW IMMIGRATION on the Australian variety. One I H. Swasey. until J. Pluvius escaped his cage. I

.. entertained on Friday afternoon by BILL FIGHT IN NEXT day a train stopped near the Golf
1IissIargaret Hart at her home on CONGRESSWashington hotel, a red, rambling building on the 1- t
Magnolia avenue. The club members, top of the northern cliffs of Wime-
with Mrs. :Mattie B. Davis :Mrs. Bee- Feb. Although defeated
reux, and from it descended 120 Aus- FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
man, Mrs. C. G. Westcott, and :Mrs. in their attempts in the house tralian men and women. Twelve
Woodruff as substitutes, and Miss late yesterday to repass the immigration hours later it had been converted into

Jean Person, Miss Nqrma Gage, Miss bill over President Wilson's veto the Australian Voluntary Hospital, Established 1886
Vida Miller and :Miss Bethel Cone, because of the restrictive literacy test and 147 wounded soldeirs were being
house guest of Mrs. I. C. Mann, com- provision,champions of the measure treated.
pleted the guest list. The club prizewas declared today that he fight for the Within half a day the hotel had"

won by Mrs. Carl Robinson; a proposed legislation would be renewedin been cleared, cleaned, fitted and fur- CURTIS & O'NEAL -
lovely picture was given Miss Cone, the next congress. Th efight to nishedfrom ,the first bedstead to the
and Miss Jean Person won the guest i override the executive disapprovalwas last towel. It would ordinarily have ,
prize. Chicken salad, sandwiches, lost by the narrow margin of five taken a week. : t
olives,.strawberry shortcake, and-coffee votes a two-thkds:vote, .being neces- INSURANCE LOANS #
were served. sary. The vote was 261 to override: : :
- .t o36 against._
Rosalind Club Notice REALESTATE ; RENTALS:

-The,':regular business meeting of. JUDGE WARLQW PRONOUNCES. -.. -.- ,. OFFICE- ,' -., :o',"'! ..;,...
:the Rosalind Club will be held on SENTENCE -' __ 'I
Monday: February 8, at 3:30 p. m. W. H. Reynolds is assistant to the ,_ : ._. __ _.... .
W. R. O'Neal and both
secretary, t
All members requested to be present James Patterson, colored, was given men have plenty to attend, to in con- ", .. .,,'. > Y .
Eloise Robinson, secretary. one year on the county roads by nection with the approaching midwinter "tr. '.

-aCatholic Judge Warlow yesterday for shoot- ,fair. Mr. Reynolds will be in FOR RENT---Bungalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South,.:.Main
Bazaar Menu ing an eye out of a fellow man. charge of the business office at the .:
Menu for Saturday night supper at Walter Jordon, colored, was fined $50 grounds during next week.OSTEOPATHY. Street. '
the Catholic bazaar: Volaille jelee, and costs for carrying a gun.
escalloped oysters, baked beans,bread ,\
Seven Room House South Orlando.
and butter, chicken salad, pickles, olives LITTLE $15,000 R. E. DEAL FOR 1
ice cream and cake. Mrs. J. B. ORLANDO YESTERDAY!

Lawton in charge. Price fifty cents. DR. J. C. HOWELL Two New Five RoomHouses: South West Orlando.iMlllil I
- Augustus Nathan yesterday sold to Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon .
For Mrs. 1\lallon H. Carl Dann and William Fitzsim- Kirksville Graduate t .
On Friday afternoon Mrs. Allison mons lots located on Atlanta avenue, Consultation Free
Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan
G. White entertained five tables of I the consideration being $15,000. It HoteL I -p I

bridge at the Woman's Exchange tea was one of the largest real estate Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 I
room, in honor of her niece, Mrs. Geo. i deals turned in the past few days. Orlando Fla. ,i iii 11.11111111111111.11.1111.1.11111111111111111111111.1111.."MM*

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New Fisk PricesThe 1 1


Best Tire for the Least Cost

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30 x 3 ____-'_____.,.$9-00 37 x 5 ----_____$32.20

30 x 3i& _______:: $11.60
36 x 4i a _______$27.35;
Not merely few refinements, but the highest form of refinement 32 x 3 1 ________$13.35 i ;

33 x 4 : ________$19.05 34 x 4i/ 26.00 i
at point even to minor details. Full Floating
every 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.PHILLIPS.

Adjustments Made He.re.San .

; !!; : I. W. Phillips & Sons GARAGES Orlando Auto Supply Co. Juan Garage Company | !

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FOR RENT- JdtiIIlbl r'. I..Jatll& 1.11
'SENTINEL FOR RENT Nice, clean furnished
j.t rooms; nil conveniences; large verandas ,
; shady grounds; rates moderate w 54
for season: ; close in. 205 Magnolia -
WANTSThe avenue. 1-28-61 &I

FOR RENT-Large, attractive room. .
Inquire No. 8 West Washington St.
11-8-tfc \
Morning Sentinel Want rORLAN"DO
Directory is the Greatest \\ant FOR RENT-Small flat modern con-
Ad .Medium in Orlando. veniences unfurnished. Jas. A.
Knox. 11-3-tf
Terms Cash in Advance. A

RATES to adults only. 409
For One Day _____________.25t 10-25-tf Delaney street. !
For Three Days ____________50c Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime

For Six Days __...._________75c t
HE HAS ARRIVED. WHO? For One Month __________.Z50 WANTED
This rate applies on all ads of
Homeseeker He 25 words or lest. If the ad con- MAN
Mr. :
says horse and implements
tains more than 25 words the rate wagon to . H MMMMMMMMIMMIMMMMJMMMMM IMMIIIIIiM'
look after grove? A-l references.Box .
"I have now decided will be one cent per word for 7, Formosa, Fla. 2-5-31
each additional word for each in-

sertion.If BOARDNG-Private, home like accommodations Sub-TropicalMidWinterFair; | |
I WILL BUY IN ORLANDOThis you can't bring your ad to ; terms very moderate -
the office telephone No. 24. Accounts and
; room xcellent board to be
opened by telephone will be
is the most uptodateand the had at $7.50 per week; you may arrange -
payable following day.
cleanest city I have for meals only; splendid loca-
tion, close in. 301 West street. oRZla.moo FL ; ; r
seen. Every Home-Every Business- 2-3-6t _
Every Man has use for a

THE PEOPLE ARE MORE PRCGRESSF/E/ Sentinel Want Ad. LOST-A garnet star-shaped brooch, s
in down town district or on West FEB.: 9-13 1915 :
It presents the best general FOR SALE Central avenue. Finder return to this ,
office and receive reward. 2-5-3t
appearance of any place I
have visited." FOR SALE-Buick touring car; fully
Umbrellas recovered and repaired EDUCATIONAL =
equipped Presto tank,
We specialize in Orlando etc. A big speedometer.bargain. Be quick. Call "while you wait" at Young's Repair "

City Homes, and will be at Ford Garage, Church street. Shop 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc Embracing-Agriculture Horticulture Floriculture, Domestic
pleased to have call and 2-5-3tc
let us show you you our real NICHOLAS & NICHOLAS Arts and Craft, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry,
FOR SALE Meat market and
values in this class of prop- cery doing-good cash business; gro-will MANUFACTURE all classes of hair and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports !

erty. cut stock down to any size. R. L. goods, prices reasonable and work AreoplansLectures and Entertainments of all kinds .
:Mercer 310 West Church street. first class. Call and see us at :303;

ORLANDO BUIlDING LAND CO 2-4-61 Garland street. 1-6-lmo A notable feature of the Sub-Tropical Mid-Winter Fair will be an exhi-

FOR SALE-Five passenger touringcar FOUND-A gold scarf pin in front bition of Angus, Short Hem and Herford l ulls by :Messrs. Cobb & Denny,

II North Orange Avenue in A-l condition; chea for of Howard's Studio. Owner can of York Ala., with Graded Cows and Calves. These animals) are warranted

PHONE 608 cash 905 East, or good Central mortgage.avenue. Dr.Phone Taylor 696.,, trical have same shop by and calling identifying at Curry's propertyand elec- free of ticks and immune to cattle lever. The bulls will be offered for sale and

OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL 1-4-tf paying for this adv. 1-30-tf cattle owners who wish to irrprove their herds will have an opportunity cf getting

fine stock.
FOR SALE-Two lots in Seminole
H. BRYANT Park for $80 each cash. AddressP.
O. Box 373. 2-3-2wksc buy sell rent and exchange real
DAVIS A GILES CounselF. estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., -For Information or premium list address
A. PEPPERCORN. Contracto over 30 years. Have handled over
I FOR SALE-Gentle family horse
work anywhere Phone; and a new English; $20,000,000.10-6-3m Call and F. A.see LEWTER.ma. WM. R. O'NEAL, Sec'y H. H. DICKSON, Pres. \
style trap. 387 or 29 Bryan

street. 2-3-3t GRIFFING'S PECANSNo ..llllllllllllllllllettIJIIIIII . . . . (illllllllllllllllll..

'" FOR SALE-A good lot of store
"DIXIE LIMITED' fixtures for sale very reasonable. more profitable crop can be
Will be sold individually or in a lump, raised than large paper shell pecans. .
Call on or address J. F. Watkins Grafted trees bear young. W. II.
Between Orlando Fla. 2-2-6t Brokaw salesman. Office 116 South

Orange. Phone 267. l-2S-12tc
FOR SALE-Best cafe in the city,
J cksonvillc, Chicago and St. Louis doing a good business. Other busi- 3k pe8li': t"KINCAID

Reestablished Jan nary C, 1915 ness requires my entire time. Ad- 'yPHr
dress Box 215. 2-2-tfc

t Northbound 5:08pm 9:35 am Lv.Ar. Jacksonv'e Macon Daily Ar.Lv.Southbound 11:45 7:30 am pm FOR modern SALE-Five}conveniences room cottage completely, al F For S Sale l

8:03 pm Ar. Atlanta Lv. 8:35 am furnished to Mrs., 307 McDade Broadway, 312 avenue.Broadwayavenue. Apply r
12:18 am Ar. Chattan'ga Lv. 4:37 am 1-27-lmo
4.50 am Ar. Nashville Lv.12.10 am SNOWDEN .
9:28 am Ar. Evansville Lv. 7:30pm an
6:35 pm Ar. Chicago Lv.11:30 amLv.215 FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock Y t
2:59 pm : St. Louis- pm and tools best farm in county; variety -
fruits 1,600 trees; elegant up- .
to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock *. .orange grove; has been
Solid Train
CompartmentObservation BIdg., Orlando. J.. Van Buskirk own- Orlando's Largest and Cheapest
cars Standard Pullman cars and er. 1-16-tfc set out a year; select budded trees
coaches, between Jacksonville and
Chicago. Standard Pullman sleepers orange and grapefruit; there are
Jacksonville to St. Louis.DINING FOR SALE-Story & Clark upright I FURNITURE HOUSE
grand piano won by Miss Myrtle 111-2 acres in the grove; located on
Weeks in the recent contest will be
Lake Jem Mary between Lake Con-
sold for benefit of Baptist church
building fund. Piano may be seen way and Lake Jennie Jewel 3-4 of a
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
Atlantic Coast Line Weeks, 10 Washington street. mile from Pine Castle road, soon tobe
bricked; new up t. date seven room
Standard Railroad of the SouthJ.
FOR SALE-To those only who have house; good large barn and other
each capital to invest in winter
G.KlRKLAND.D.P.A., buildings. This proposition is for
.. home; also big acreage in groves and

Tampa, F1 rida. trucking Orlando. lands. Address Box 1-8-lmoc 814 quick sale on easy terms. Inquire of

J. B. Magrnder Jr., office. in Arcade;
I the -
or see owner
i 75 acres suitable for citrus culture

and pretty truck lake farming and has bordering one-half on mile a G. M. BISSELLL, You Will Use
., frontage on the Orlando to Sanford Eventually

brick road this frontage being adapted at grove 1.281mOSTEOPATH*
for nice home sites; could be sub-
divided into 40 building plots 60x200
DR. L H. RAMSDELL feet each leaving about 60 acres for
citrus fruits and truck farming; five
minutes walk to railroad station - -
(S..lIlIr Ie Dr. O. P. Ukb.; stores, hotel school and churches.
ORLANDO FLORIDAWE When you consider location and good
FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES transportation facilities with other GAS j
advantages the property's real valueis
AND DO ALL KINDS OF $7,500. It is owned by a non-resi- DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER
0""nCAL REPAIRING dent who needs money. lie authorizes -
Office Orange Avenue and
me to sell it for $3,000. Who-
ever buys this property gets a bar- Church St., Davis & McNeil Bldg.
Established 1870 rain.. For further particulars, call on Phone 419.
R. E. COCHRAN CO. Inc. E. C. Young room 10, McNeill &
Davis building, corner Church street
132 Park Place, New York and Orange avenue. Orlando. Get the news first in the Sentinel. 'oRCooking
Wholesale Dealers and Commission 1-31-tfc -

Merchants: in Florida Orangesand
Grapefruit FOR SALE-On account of poor
health the undersigned hereby offers Have You Noticed!
Represented by
for sale at a bargain his desirable and
Geo. W. Tull, Orlando, Fla. property located at the corner of HeatingBecause
What is
Liberal advances made on con- West street and Ridgewood avenue. HappeningEast
) signments.R. This property is central in a first

E. Cochran President. class neighborhood and convenientto of Orlando
: school, business, lake and park.
T. L. Turney Treasurer. Owner will sell all, or part cash or it is the most convenient most
l-22-2m terms.: Property consists of nice new Directly Out ,
bungalow, fronting on Ridgewood
avenue has six rooms and large and most efficient fuel known.
ceiled basement with flue, suitable for Central Avenue? cleanly
kitchen or laundry; lot 47x85 feet;
house unfurnished. Price $2,100. Gas User?
Also, nearly new, two-story six- Why not begin today as a

$$3,000 Boys Four Lots with room cottage shed and fronting greenery on;West lot 46x117 street We offer for sale Seminole will time labor and

feet; house partly furnished. Price Park Lots located just at the You save expense.OiLANDO .

$1,950. City limits, on easy terms.
Also a beautiful connecting corner I
lot, 70x85 feet frosting on two
streets and graded for basement
$3,000 BUYS FOUR LOTS on-Colonial building. Price $1.000. For cash anda Also 2V miles from the City .
quick sale owner would dispose of .. ,
Drive, east fronting Park lake all of the above to one party for limits near Lake Underhill, 5
$4,300. E. N. COY. 2-2-lmoc acre tracts. Standing round
including a $200 garage and 31 bear- WATER & LIGHT CO.
timber, good soil, surrounded by

ing orange trees; all fenced, and 7 FOR SALE groves, and on easy terms.
Terms to Suit PurchaserGood
large oaks on front and sides. Phone
citrus and truck land cleared -
567' and we will show you the best in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots on GAS DEPARTMENT
brick road to be built this year, two .
bargain in the city. miles from Orlando. Phone 1024 4 ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO.
P;ngs, o' write H. G.Jackson R. F. D. ,
No. 2, Orlando, for appointment. .
l-7-lmo W.tkin Block PHONE 504 I L-



RECORD OF TilE RECENT 'ferred to Commissioner Brown, was I II sale of the brick road bonds has been W. C. T. U. NOTES I '

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS taken up, and Commissioner Brown I completed and the proceeds of said
MEETING (I recommended that she be paid $5 for / sale are in the hands of the trustees (By Mrs. J. M. Pedrick)
the timber. Upon motion a warrant the chairman and clerk of this Board King GasparillaHis jj
for $:; was ordered drawn in payment were by resolution empowered to en- The W. C. T. U. business meetingfor
Tuesday, 10 A. M, Feb. 2, 1915.
I thereof. j I II ter into and execute contracts with February will be held in the la-
Board met pursuant to adjourn- Committee from Winter Garden in I II the several bidders of constructionof dies' parlor of the Methodist church
j I queen and crew buy their shoes here.
ment. Present, M. O. Overstreet, j respect to receiving credit for the brick roads. Such contracts to be Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
chairman, A. C. Starbird, and C. J. I I brick already used by private partiesin in the form heretofore adopted and i On January 14th the Alabama legislature Our stock is so complete at all times that

Sweet, composing a part of the building a road through Winter approved by the Board. : passed a state-wide all
tastes catered
Board. j Garden appeared before the Board. Upon motion the following resolu- tion bill which was vetoed prohibi-I are to.MENS' .

Minutes of the previous meeting Subject matter taken under advise- tion was adopted: Henderson. On January
read, approved and signed. ment. "Be it resolved that M. O. Over- houses repassed the measure over the I SHOES,
Communication of A. Kenrick. in I Communication from the Florida street chairman of the Board, be and governor's veto. This makes Alabamathe '
respect to establishing a certain corner -, East Coast Railroad company, regarding is hereby appointed and constituted a fifteenth prohibition state. A : LADIES' SHOES
in section 7, township 23 south the placing of a certain cross- committee of one, with full power to :t resolution has been introduced in the !' ,
range 30 east, received and read. I ing over its railroad on the Orlando represent and act for the Board as in .r( legislature to exclude all liquor ad- : CHILDREN SHOES.
Henry Mathers appeared before the i and Lake Pickett public road received his judgment may seem best as to t vertisements from the newspapers. I .
Board in reference to the conditionof and read. all questions which may arise between Secretary of State Bryan only a
the Curry Ford road. I' Communication of C. II. Baker sessions of the Board in the matter few days ago gave out the following: "We fit the shoe to the foot,

Clerk instructed to cancel the $28.50 county agricultural advisor, received of the building of brick roads, and "The nation has an issue to face, and
warrant of John C. Cuthbert, and issue I' and read. which may in his opinion require ac- j may as well face it. The liquor interests : We do NOT fit the foot to the shor.a

one in favor of the person (GlenE. Upon motion the Board adjournedto ,tion or decision before the next meet- are at bay, they are on the de :
Powell) who obtained the judg- 1:30 p. m.Tuesday ing. j fensive. We can not afford to shield
ment. "Be it further resolved that the the brewery, the distillery, and the
Petition of Dr. Lust Frank Howard 1:30 P. M., Feb. 2, 1915. I highway engineer shall at all times i| saloon from the rising wrath of a determined 1

et al., heretofore referred to the I Board met pursuant to adjournment be authorized to receive, accept and people. Get ready for the Glenn Shoe | i
superintendent of roads and bridgesfor i, with all present. act upon the instructions of the said '.. fight. Company .

adjustment; the superintendent j I Upon motion, C.% II. Baker was appointed M. O. Overstreet as the representative -- - ---
reports that the subject matter has | county agricultural advisor, of the Board." A
been adjusted. i and the county will put up like I Upon motion duly seconded and
Petition of Florida Good Homes I1 I'amount with the government for ex- carried Chairman Overstreet was instructed SOMET HINGNICEI! TAMPA, FLORIDA"FAVORITE !
to confer with the City Com-
D. P. Sias, et aL for a public pense.
company road. received and laid over under i Letter of J. B. Ruffer received and missioners in reference to putting in . . . II . . . . . . a . . . . . . D . II . D . . .

the rules. |j read. a well at Lake Lancaster the county Two Beautiful Building Lots .
Bond of Miss M. A. Howard as i j Petition of G. K. Ewing et aL, for bearing one-half the expense. I On South Oran e Avenue, -
notary public; sureties S. E. Ives andF. :. road in section 30, township 22 south Upon motion the highway engineer -
T. Scruggs; received and approved. range 28 east, received and laid over was instructed to have printed the near Lake Lucerne, splen- L L5t LINE STEAMER
did view of the lake
Bond of Sylvia B. Barnett as nota- !i under the rules. necessary forms and reports connect-
ry public; sureties Chas. P. Dow and I The following reports were received Accounts were xamined and war-! 22 blocks from business
Edw. G. Ifauseldffi received and ap and approved: rants ordered drawn in payment J center, nice big shade trees
proved. I Sueprintendent roads and bridges, thereof. shrubbery &c.. adjourninglot 1 Petersburg and Manatee River Points

Bond of S. B. Self as justice of the I county physician, superintendent of There being no further business i *- to one of the best res
peace; sureties Fred Ward and E. II. county home sheriff to state, clerk of upon motion, the Board adjourned to
I dences in For sale
Doyle; approved.The I criminal court, fines, forfeitures and the next regular meeting, March 2, city -- by

following bonds to carry fire- I costs, sheriff to county, certificate of 1915. i: WALTER W. ROSE
licenses roll of state wit- !
arms were approved: banks pay :
Wm. W. Yates; sureties, M. E. I neses, treasurer's report to state auditor -' Warman will deliver that parcel or Rooms 18 3 Watkins Block
Weeks and F. A. Rollins.C. and auditor's statement, whichis note for ten cents; just call 296.
E. Barber; sureties II. M. Par- II as follows: 2-5-1mo Phone 55OF

tin and Bryant Cox. Total balance, all funds on hand --- -- -- - -- -- --- - - --- -- -
The bids of the Orlando Electric $11,687.29; total receipts during the -
Supply company and of W. H. Tread- month, $7,780.22; total warrants paid,
r '
well for rewiring the court house so 13613.66; total balance on hand, 'he J4erIt:
as to meet the requirements of the $3ss9.s;: ;.
inspector received. Orlando Electric Petition of A. S. Cecil, et aL for CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY I

Supply company, approximating and road in section 1, township 23, range OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
not to exceed $200, and that of the 20, received and laid over under the FRESH AND SALT MEA *
Treadwell company, 20.; The bid rules. ..
under the best' sanitary conditions*.
Electric Letter from the of Kept !
of the Orlando Supply com- secretary com-
pany was accepted, and upon motionof missioners of state institutions con- Everything screened away from the flies*, and kept fresh ,

the Board contract given same and cerning state convicts, received and and pure.
the action of the committee, to whom read, and the clerk was requested to We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

the subject matetr was referred, was inform the state officials that on account everything in the Meat Line. SPECIAL GASPAKILLA SERVICE
confirmed.The I of the unusual number. of coun-
Telephone 230 and 463. TAMPA, FLORIDA
matter of paying Sirs. TabulaA. ty misdemeanor convicts we do not IT. j\dL Self 'fe Oo. Send For Folder and Information
Williams for timber used for the i care to use our right of obtaining any
repairing of the bridge over Little of the state convicts at present. PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET ST. PETERSBURG TRANSPORTATION CO. .
Econlockhatchie creek, heretofore re- I! It having been ascertained that the .

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BROOKLYN'S FAMOUS INVALID I tained the injuries that have made 1

BEGINS HER FIFTIETH her an invalid and an object of interest Apopka News Notes : << ,1dI.w...'.,zlllt"J-; "..,,' ",,4trp; ...., ;-- a r..... .,,., I.:.,' ' "" .
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YEAR IN BED to physicians. February I "
3, 1866 she became helpless and resigned Apopka Fla.. Feb. 4.-One of the .0.'f.
New York Feb. 4.-Miss :Mollie herself to a life in bed. largest real estate deals made in \ }j

Fancher, 67 years old Brooklyn's Apopka for a long while was consum- .

famous invalid yesterday began her And now the heathens claim that mated Tuesday. The American Realty ' -- ,' : i\\
fiftieth year in bed and received and what is needed in Europe is more company transferred to Smith & .
answered messages from friends all Christianity to save them from wars. Hayes of Tennessee more than fifty ':. -.' .

over the country. That is like prescribing more waterto lots and two six acre blocks lying -=S:: ; .... ""_q' <<(I .,.

In June 1865 Miss Fancher sus- save a drowning man. along Park avenue from Fourth streetto 1 } :. .:. ...... ..'......, ai'
Orange street. This property is I 1I4 :
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.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. I considered to be among the most de.l ,... ...:..: -- .1oIi'/i/JL.1IO..... ".'. .?,t m:. =.L ''''' .\ ... .a-:: .
sirable for residences in the town.The I ""J : : 1( .p: ':' J '" t ..-... Or, '
.,-"i- ;:J" .:.-jz .,.;.;r.ft!" *-. ,.A. .,'j ... '.
board of trade has .
Apopka .vt .? 'i" '- I..
made an order to have a large "boost- ; ... .....! .... 10:," 'i1l>'It.. & "'"
REAL ESTATE ..t( g ,. "
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er" sign painted and placed in a con ", :f < '- ; _, \7.L'''.'. rf .:.tof
spicuous place near the Seaboard de f '
pot. The sign board will be about f '. ,

10 by 30 feet and will set forth some ,
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of the many good things our town | ;

We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate. has to offer. You may read as you ,AI
pass by and stop off as you return. f
2 If you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call The electric light plant is now complete '

and ready to go into operation j .. .
+ and talk your wishes over with us. just as soon as the deep a - ,

pleted which the contractor who has ,.,.."'( .' .,...,.,".-...,- ,- ".ji,
The of this firm has had of ---
years exper- '
manager i .. ': "".4t ,
and _
been working day night since ;.,. : ... "
ience dealing in Florida investments having sold over a :Monday hopes to finish in a few more ' -L S .t...,--.....;.. : ; -- -"' ,

hours. i| -<> ,- : :. ::" .- aka e \ .
million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last j The Maxwell brothers of Eustis .. ; : 1itiR .
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Howard Smith of Plymouth with .. ; 'f" : -. ; -
two years. Worthington Harris and T. M. Byars, -. .-. ... .#,; :J.-.'Y 4.f-\1.4 r';". }_ "" ..y.",.$ :--: "

of Apopka, spent Tuesday and II...L""'' _H -- ''' I Qtr' .. J ..'..:..r...
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We are well posted on the value of all classes and Wednesday in the Wekiwa swamps .-..- .. "' It( ' .
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kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all looking for game. They were caught .
in the rainstorm Tuesday night and I
when they returned Wednesday after- CONNER PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT YEARS OLD on Rough Lemon Stcc\: .
bargains in Real Estate and we want customers for Real
noon they brought no game with I

Estate Bargains. them and looked anything else but I
i game themselves.Mrs. .
Smith and daughter, of Ten- '

nessee, have engaged rooms at the 'I

Biltmore Inn and will spend the remainder -
of the winter in Apopka.The Prolific Grape Fruit

i WARING REAL ESTATE COMPANY the largest Methodist attendance Sunday Sunday school in had its i

history 101. The Wesleyan class,
R. D. WAKING, Manager taught by Mr. Clark now numbers I

twenty. as Compared with Mid-Season and late

Rooms 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone. No.' 631 Rev. G. D. Reeves preached two

M 1115tfTHE very interesting and profitable ser- Grape Fruit as an Income ProducerDuring
I I mons at the Methodist church Sun- J

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1"1'1"1"11' III" II. \ day.Mrs.
i Gerald Wilkins was laid to the past five season's grapefruit shipped in straight carlots through \

rest in the Apopka cemetery Sunday
I afternoon. The funeral services were the Florida Citrus Exchange has averaged during October $2.08) per box f.oJb.; during t

conducted by Rev. Reeves. Mrs. Wilkins October and November $2.78 per box f.o.b. ; during December, January and February i
OLD RELIABLE leaves a husband and sweet lit-
I tle son, together with other relativesand 1 (midseason), $2.34 ; during )March April and May, (late), $2.39; during June 1

DANN'S TRANSFER many friends to mourn her de- and July (very late), $2.24V! per box, f.o.b., showing conclusively that the ConR.
cease. I

I ner Prolific variety, : ripening its fruit for marketing purposes and going to market .
Prop. Ring 296 and we do the rest, for
I lOc. Warman's Parcel Delivery Ser in October is worth 64c. per box more' than midseason grapefruit and going to tt 3 I'
vice. 2-5-lmo I'
Livery, Draying and HaulingWE I I market in October and November which: is its regular season, is worth 44c. per br ; I

THE KNOCKER more than midseason grapefruit 39c. per box more than late grapefruit and 53c. per
j He arises in the morning the wrong I box more than very late grapefruit. 'i

I Looks way like up a pirate and as grouchy' In addition to this you save loss in number of boxes by dropping from the trees,

I Pumps as up a his pup liver; and shuts off the by thorning by growing light and punky, and by other means making culls in the ,t. !

AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK i As full breeze of pessimism, as a dog is full fruit a loss totaling often one-fourth on the production of a tree and ,by picking .

of fleas.
He comes from his den like a grizzlyold fruit early you save twenty-five per cent of your crop. Twenty-five per cent of the
Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited bear
Frowns at the sun and fights the crop adds to each box a value about 75c., totaling $1.40 per picke d box for Conner
fresh air
HORSES FOR SALE Growls at the mocking bird that made Prolific grapefruit, above varieties that must be shipped from January on through .
him awake
'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida And thus bellyache.He does .he begin his infernal the season until! June and July. '

loafs on the streets from early
'till late. These figures furnished by Cashier of Florida Citrus Exchange, and may be certified -

Is as important as a c.o.d. piece of
freight: to by him.
He just will not toil neither will he

Am Leaving FloridaAnd ,, spin
And yet he's as busy as an old settin

will' Specially Price my two Properties in Winter ParkA He meddles hen. in this and he meddlesin

good 6-room house 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800 And claws every project like an old
full bearing Orange Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two tom cat; shouldbe
blocks of Public' School close to Depot and Post Office. In addi- He can tell you how all things O. W. CONNER
tion to making home this done ProprietorBox
a property will make a yearly return on But when it comes to doing it he's off ,
the investment of from 10 to 25 per cent, according to crop and
market conditions price $8,500.00; also on a run. S Tangerine Florida

My Residence Property in Winter Park 12-room New Modern When the folks start in to build up .
dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front 20 acres of the town
land highly improved 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees irrigated He balks in the traces and howls like
garden. Property is close in, well located close to the new a hound;
Country Club House and Golf links a property good enough for Is dead set against making any improvement -
the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale $16- ,
500, and will give p.ssession in 30 days. he paida ,, .
'Twill raise the taxes ( never : q "
See owner only. Write or phone me for a date and I will send cent.) i. :
my car to any place in Orange County to show you these properties. He's against paved streets and better 7<\{ / : m:1:

highways, : .' "
I 'b D. F. KEFZ I :L For he never travels,-just sits there . -. '. .'10.- .,. 4f "'.*.' ':: ', -%.
and bravs; -,:' ,, 'j' . ;-.?,:::.;< .
BOX 33; WINTER PARK FLORIDA I Says we can get along fine with what : ; :!lL ,. ..t"J' R __ ....... ...:: f-
Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places. we have not -. ..+ .
And- whoever thinks different oughtto '. /I' t q d 1
be shot. .. 'ft.. 4j.... 1
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and I .. '. ... : > ;W '... QG:' "
lie kicks against the preacher "'. ::. "w'j' .bf :: I
also the new. ..... .;;""',. C" .""! ").II"... : .;:-.. :
'I Won't go to church. it might costa j ) .c... _-.- .. R'< .. v ', .: -. ', . .
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dime or two: i, .'Y'.... '-.. I'r": -to--;. ._.-_ ;,;.. : _,1"foa.:..._.,.< :
Hammond Swipes his neighbor's: paper, (darn i "''""- ; A-< ,,:;.....j; . ':" _. .. "'._', 10'Ot": ,'- ,........ ."
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&GoreFUNERAL his old hide). I I'L ;- .. r. ,. ; ",. ,:.-. ..- .
And cusses: the editor for boosting "' ---- _'#, -.
civic pride: 'ft: r . :< t"._
DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL He pecks on polites, likewise the gov .. t I' !In!.; l.-=- ..I..

I ernment.T'oTips -q, ; "::iJ "
on the scavenger, even rp to __ ...; ;).;
VALUES LOW the T're=ident: _. .. "" \ .+
PRICES I I &1 K" F.- ;
c" pvervbodv is crooked and noN .
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>dv on the 1t>T'el. ;'(. ,; r:. 1 I
COMPARE That the whole world's going straightto %c 4a "I ; L ;'
the devil. :' f ,,::" '-':' 'i

OUR FURNITURE made neither ii t "'" 'K ,2
Tie knocker was never
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he .
t*3s: "rnTust .Yir'.i't ""' :- ---- < ......
\\ "hanren"i" with a hammer instep : ...... -- -. ,
e provide the quality of furniture that has I long of f horn: >> "" .)}...>::ft. :t; ", / i
l*'en accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the he will # '
\nd in life's pathway always .. ',-
standard of merit. If an article is here it is good. I, *x> a stumnEverything t. ,_ ., '.1"1 l-_ p '.... IJ.; i'l1! ::: 1o i 1lIIf { .
It wouldn't be coming along will surely .. ... iE.cCr' ,
here were it otherwise. We ca "'I make -. .' i1fi' : .
this point too clear-it is of the foundat I ret a thumn: 1Kf -- > -, ../- '.. ,
one on stones .. .
will never climb to heaven torslide' ;. >" tV ; ,. ..- "",
of this business, and that means much to IHe k OI '
I my buyer. I down below. } ,,1 r"' T -l -
I I He's too blamed lazy to give either : i-a-: d" ''-' ''
; a show: I II i ...... '
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McNEHL & DAVIS BLOCK, I Some dam will he return will die and to ashes he .... ";..J" .;- "' IIG ; ':0-,""MI Y:"

Cor. Orange A\e. and Church St., Orlando. Fla. Even then hell stink, for he's too : L. w, : __:I i .
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contrary to burn. ."-, ,--"' I "" -," ,,,, -,.
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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.JThis, 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 new and beautiful designs in Embroidery, both in Sale beginning Tuesday, February 2nd. We urge you tot -
White and Colors, Dainty Laces of all kinds and widths. from Sale Begins Tuesday Feb I 2 come,for it will not only: delight you,but will be a great moneyall
parts of the world. I 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; Scal
Underwear, is of a quality that is above reproach in its grade. D0VEUnder, lops finish neck and sleeves. .
is first-class in every particular; each piece being 1"7
it full well :1'4 ,. BECOMING: SLIP-OVER GOWNS, with fancy: front; eleb-
cut as every woman wants , but fitting. ( ,
7UDE ;i. .t IUD: orately trimmed with Val. Lace insertion, finished with apretty
10 STYLES OF NIGHT GOWNS IN V. B. SALE, each 98c /JJ1I {j bow of ribbon.
LOW NECK GOWNS of good quality soft nainsook, elaborate YOUR CHOICE OF ANY OF THE ABOVE, and five
yoke of Fancy Hamburg medallion, set between fine lace other beautiful styles, worth up to $1.50, in the
insertions. Violet Brand Sale ______________________,,--------9Sc
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 Ifrand

butterfly design, Val. lace edges, with beading and- ribbon DOVEUndermuslins' Sale. at____4Sc., 79c., 9Sc., $1.38, $1.69, $1.98, and $2.48
around top.
COMBINATIONS, Teddy Bears, Skirts, Drawers, Chemise,
SUBSTANTIAL AND DAINTY LOW SQUARE NECK Princess Slips and Corset Covers, at equally as low prices as
GOWN, of good quality nainsook, wide ribbon in fine Val Lace Fresh from New York Cit, the above. To appreciate the'real value of these Under Muslins -
insertion, completed with fancy lace madellions. you must come to our store.


.Saturday Night Specials .


CRASH TOWELING, bleached, 17 inches wide, special MEN'S HATS, clean sweep of all Fall Hats, in soft felts :

10 yards for, (Limit 10 yards to customer)_________39c and Derbys, worth regular $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00,

your choice _________________________________$1.98ARMOUR'S ;

PILLOW CASES,a splendid quality, size 42x36, a regu- "
STAR HAMS, "The Ham What Am. f
lar 15c quality, limit 6 to a customer, ______________lOc special -
Saturday\ night, per pound _____________________19c &
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PAJAMA CHECKS, full yard wide, a regular 12i/2c BEST CREAM CHEESE, per pound ___________________20c
quality, 10 yards for (limit 10 yards to a customer85c -
VAN CAMPS LYE HOMINY, 3-lb. can, 3 cans for _______25c I

NIGHT GOWNS, the most beautiful line we have ever u
shown, some with real hand embroidery, and made COMFORTS, large size, made of a good white cotton, A
and . $2.00 quality __________$1.25 I.
of of Nainsook and
a fine quality Crepon, $1.25 -----------------------

$1.50 quality __________________________________-98c I t
SCRIMS FOR CURTAINS, beautiful line of pattern,
special all that is bought between the hours of 7 a
NIGHT GOWNS, made of Nainsook, lace and embroidery and 10 o'clock, will be made free of charge, special a

trimmed, 65c and 75c. quality _________________.-18c at ------------____.__________________lOc and 12/c l5.


.All Day Sa t-u.rda.y. A


is Unmatched for Quantity, Quality and Low Pricing 'ROOf[ GARDfN{ 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
dressing, 36 inches wide, Violet Brand: Sale __8c THEATRE Special Lot of Beautiful Embroidery, in Edges,

LAWN, plamvhIte, full 40 inches wide, 12,c Bands, Insertions, Galoons and 18 in. Flounc-

quality, Violet Brand Sale ____________________9c To-Night 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 parent, Voiles and Crepe, beautiful new designs
Gold-Seal Serial, Ella Hall, Robert Leon- in the Violet Brand Sale -----------_48., 79c. a'nd 98c.
LUNA LAWN, a plain! white sheer material, 36 inches ard, 2 reels. DAINTY SWISS and TRANSPARENT EMBROIDERY
wide, 15c. quality, Violet Brand Sale ----------_____lOc very fine sheer, with white and colored edges, of
very delicate embroidery, in Violet Brand Sale 59cand 69c
SHERRETTE, a beautiful sheer fabric, with a high VOILE EMBROIDERY, with the new Terry border in
sheen, 25c. quality, Violet Brand Sale -------______I9c Pink, Light Blue, White and Black, 45 inches wide,
In Violet Brand Sale __
------------------------- $1.19
Hardly a store in America is showing the assortment of. 27 inches wide, in Violet Brand Sale -----------------__ggc
these favorite white goods. They are here in a beautiful va- Ritche-Lehrman-Orth. ALL OVER VOILE EMBROIDERIES, 45 inches wide
riety of patterns and weaves, and at prices never before in dainty patterns, in white and colors, jn Violetfered
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of the --
at this season year, so don't fail to see this : ----------
tiful display of Splash Voiles, Splash Crepes, Seed Voiles, Designs,
on Seeded oile, in Violet Brand Sale
Flaked Voiles, Transparent Dots, Transparent Chintz figures, -------------$1.39
We are showing a complete line of very fine Swiss, Nain
Japanese Crepe, Organdie, 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.Y .

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tt t .. SAFE 10:30 A. M.
4.ON.- The auction sale of "Western Ter-

[ DEPOSITBOXES race," the high class colored residencelot Y 1
addition to Orlando, owned by Mr.
., : T. A. Yancey, will no doubt attract
t quite a large crowd of both white and ,
1 r
colored citizens of the city. As an
,: f4,4F I investment building lots in our city

l. WHY INVITE LOSS ? are without doubt a good purchase, :':': '. '. : . J?::::: .:.' ', '.

, and vacant land that is available for
DON'T keep valuable papers and documents : such subdivisions is fast being absorbed ---

I about the house where they may be by both investors and home- : '

r misplaced, lost, burned of stolen. seekers of both races. The Burton Ljt 1 ,

Bros. Realty Co., of Wilson, N. O,
E Think of SAFETY FIRST. who have been awarded the contractto .
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A Safe Deposit Box in our Vault is the put this property on the market, "

safest place for such papers. The cost is come to Orlando highly recommendedty Your ccmfort and prosperity fordepcivfcCupcn
both press and public for ability
small-the security, positive. ;
the Boxes and Vaults and square dealing. The following is
You can inspect any
business day. said of .them by the E.' H. Close I 1191(5E (
Realty Co., of Toledo, Ohio, concern-
ing a sale held in Lama Ohio:
The State Bank of Orlando
"The Burton Bros. Realty Co.'s planof ;
E yourself and your
advertising completely covered the .
city and fully met our expectationsas connections.

to how this work should be handled -

and their ground work was first
A savings or checking bank account
class. The Burton brothers as auctioneers -
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-- are a novelty and entirely IU IoUI;) iLStltiltiCn 1S U positive; stop>> :
PERSONALMessrs. Among the transients arriving at different from anything we have ever forward.
LOCAL the San Juan 11. .
yesterday were R.
had in this section, and were evidently . ..
Scott, Lansing, Mich.; I. S. Field and much appreciated by the crowd, the .
J. E. Sulivan and R. D. .
J. B. Jones, Baltimore; A. P. Paine sale being a decided success." r Star;: :
:Waring have returned from a busi- ;
ness trip to Tampa. Lexington, Ky. PRESIDENT: OF THE GENERAL '... .. .... ...

Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Gehbert, of Ben- Miss Sarah Hardway, an attractive ; .; "
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ton Harbor, Mich., are now included young lady from Kaufman, Texas, ar- Mr. M. G. Porter, who has chargeof .'-'.,..'. ..' .' '.' .:.. ,., '. .'h' ..:.,
among the guests at hte San Juan. rived in Orlando yesterday afternoonand the state-of Florida for the Buick '
will visit the family of lion. Geo. Motor company, received a long dis- 1 : >':" ': .::?. {:'';{; /

ery Phone service 296, ,anywhere Wai-man's in parcel city for Deliv-lOco W. Crawford, Conway.Mr. from Jacksonville, that Mr. and Mrs.tance : : . ; ; :.

message yesterday morningC. no'I .,
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-- I W. Nash and Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
E. Mason Roberts, wife, daughter -
Mr. Willis Calloway spent yesterday Collins, of Flint, Michigan, would arrive -
and two children, arrived in Or- : :
in Orlando looking after the interests in Orlando last night over the : i5
lando yesterday from St. Louis, Mo.\ -u (
of the L. & N. railway. and expect to spend some time in this Atlantic Mr. Nash Coast is Line.the president of the Fa :" r'l:

S section. They are stopping at the
Mr. E. L. Lesley, one of Kissimmee's General Motors company and general .
leading and influential citizens,II San Juan. manager of the Buick Motor com- ... .

transacted business in Orlando yes- pany, Flint, Mich. Mr. Collins is the :....: :" ..:. ....... ::.-. '. ': .
terday.Mr. Mr.Iyron Smith, of Hillsdale, general sales manager of the Buick : :' ::':: .: : :' . : : : : : : >: .. ; ::.t :: \
I Michigan, who has been spending sev- I
eral weeks in this is company.
city contemplating -
Win. Pannill, a well known I It is evident that the officials of --
a general tour of the state after I
paving contractor of Atlanta, Ga., this popular concern think well of {I
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taking in the sights of the Big Fair
spent yesterday in Orlando, a guestat I Orlando to favor us with their pres- !'I-
next week. He is a regular winter
hte San Juan. ence. They stopped in Atlanta, Ga.,
[I visitor to Orlando and is making his I
and have with them Mr. Geo. G. Me-
Mr. Arthur.Spruill, of Gainesville,I I home J at 105 West Pine street. Cutcheon, who has charge of their I

a popular knight of the grip, was in branch in that city. i I DO NOT CHARGE FOR DELIVERING\
Orlando yesterday on one of his an- 1 The party will spend today in Or- 'I
nual pilgi images. Two Handsome lando, leaving on the 6:40 train this
evening for Tampa, and from thence I

Tourists from Hagerstown d., Lake Front they go to Cuba and will return home We'll call and get prescriptionsand
making the San Juan headquarters, I by way of the East Coast, stopping your
include Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Albert at'seeral points of interest en route.
Grove and Home them back in the
and Mrs. B. B. Cooter. -- -- have to you quickest -

Mrs. W. F. Phillips and Miss M. PropertiesOne time and the charge will be exactlythe

Cross, of Colebrook, N. II., are mak- ,

present.ing the San Juan their home for the I II I same as if you had called at the store

of them is the pret- .
Miss Marie Smith, Miss Annie Tay- in person.IMcElroy's.
lor, Messrs. E. K. Rogers and Harry tiest lake front location in

Russell, of Eustis, were delighted visitors the State of Florida, with
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to Orlando yesterday.Mr. large acreage and a most -

modern dwelling.The .
and Mrs. C. E. Keller, of Rich-

mond Hill, N. Y., arrived in Orlando other has a fine

yesterday for an indefinite stay and I. grove, with modern improvements Pharmacy\
have apartments at the Orland hotel.
and worthy of
I The
Mr. M. L. Bradley, claim agent of ,\ any improvementsdesired.

the Atlantic Coast Line railway, with .
headquarters in Lakeland, spent yes- These Phone 20. 35 Years ,Established
are priced SAN
terday in Orlando on business.Mr. .
properties, but they are -

Harry F. Phipps, commercial both big bargains.
agent of the Southern Railway, with JUANDo --- -- -----..
headquarters in Tampa is among the
popular transportation men spending

today in Orlando. I S. G. olive <& Son r. .

Mrs. G. E. Smith and daughter, To The E1ic> :

Miss Rebecca, arrived in Orlando yesterday I REAL ESTATENo. you realize the com-
afternoon over the Atlantic
Coast Line from Springfield Tenn. to forts of steam heat, run-
join Mr. Smith, who has been hereabout I I
a month making his home at Second Floor ning hot and cold water I .. .. :
the San Juan hotel. Besides reviewing each today, take-: Mt...:" <". .
I and telephone in your ," ..t
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- - .. .. .. . . . I MIMIIItlllMIMM room. You will find all of thought of every tomorrow for those who i ,A H ,

Artistic Souvenirs these conveniences in every get ahead are the ones who look ahead. 1 ;

room in the San Juan. :.;
To look ahead means to be prepared I
Add to this comfortable lr-' eo
/ when opportunity knocks at the door. ( '
parlors, halls and reception I
Sterling Silver Spoons, Forks, Hand /
achieve when the
/ Ambition can always
Painted room, with night and day "
China Crumb
Trays and many
1 financial foundation is solid. Convert a
service, and have all
other useful and beautiful articles typi-- you

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 completeline

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

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

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

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T. H. EVANS /1///1 OrlaildO n Bank & Trust t C COMFy :

JEWELER 1 Orlando's Conservative Bank ,

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