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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 7, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00478
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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VOLUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1915. NUMBER 309.

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"HANDS GERMANY-OFF"EMBASSYONLY IS SAYS POLICY OF ONLY' IWEHY-fflO( DAYS REMAIN DARING fAIR AVIATOR (LIES[; fROM SANfORD







TWO COSJIENCES-PARIS:. TOEIIftJHLHIP$ $ PURCHASE BILL ITO ORLANDO IN 28 MINUTES IN STRONGWINO\

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(1) Death of Inoffensive Sail ALL VILLA AND CHIHUAHUA EXTRA SESSION CONGRESS

ors-(2)( ) Paralysis of the BILLS ARE WORTHLESS SUGGESTED TO SET- -

Neutral Sea Trade, Washington, Feb. 6.-Carranza has TLE BILL FAIR WILL BE READY TO (Line Of March For KARL KUHL. ORLANDO BOY,

Says Paris no intention of participating in any RECEIVE VISITORS ON WILL FLY AT FAIR

I conference or assembly intended to TUESDAY MORNING The Civic ParadeThe TUESDAY

Washington Feb. 6.-The German I consider the governmental affairs, nor REPUBLICAN WANT GOV'T CONTROL:

declared in statement is- will be enter into of I
embassy a j I a compromise

sued today in regard to the decree i any kind with his enemies. Cummins Suggested- That Navy I WEDNESDAY IS ORLANDO DAY parade monster will start civic at 10 trades o'clock display Tues- WAS 5,000 FEET ABOVE EARTH

placing the waters around the British i I i lie made this clear in a dispatch to- i day morning.

Isles in the war zone, that Germany day. Department Use $30,000,000 I
Volusia Day Will Be Thursday All motor cars will assemble on
"does not intend to molest or seize i j Eliseo Arredondo head of the locali Canal Bonds as Central avenue east of monument But Strong Wind Forced Him to

American vessels laden with food- i j constitutionalist agency stated that I -Program of Interesting Descend Closer to Ground
Solution facing west; travel west'on Central ,.
stuffs for the civilian of.. the state received dispatches
population department -
Events
I j EveryDay to Reel then south on Reel to Church, Biplane Works Likea
enemy countries." I indicating conditions in Mex-
Washington, Feb. 6.-Senator Simmons back on Parramore then east on Cen
ico City are in a turmoil because of i Charm
tral to Orange! north
on Orange to
Expect Little Interruption a proclamation that all Villa and Chihuahua the personal representativeof I I I
( Better Robinson, ; east on Robinson and Lake
New York Feb. .-Unless there is; bills are worthless. the president in the fight for than any ever held in the Karl Kuhl, the -noted aviator who
Eola west Central to Main southon
; on ;
actual destruction of neutral ships,1 I I This caused great suffering among the adminstration ship purchase bill, past will be the Fifth Subtropical Main to Lucerne; around Lucerne; will thrill the fair throngs Tuesdayfor

marine underwriters here believe i the poorer classes which generally told the Midwinter Fair which will be openedto the first time
president today that he be- north on Orange to the fair grounds.All making five flightsin
shipping between the United States; had this money. The employes of the the anxious and
lieved an extra session of the sixty- eager public Tuesday horse drawn floats will face all, arrived in Orlando yesterday
and Great Britain and France will not and have been
government tramways .morning at nine o'clock. It will
fourth south on Main street north of man- afternoon at four o'clock via the air
decrease because of the German j j paid wages in worthless money on congress ought to be called if not be a case of opening the Fair in I ument; travel south on Main to Lu- route from Sanford making the dis-

blockade declaration. the day the decree was issued. the Republican filibustering continued !a state of unpreparedness either, for I
cerne; west on Lucerne to Orange; tance in twenty-eight minutes flat.Kuhl's .
I February 4th there was a popular until the close of the present session. President H. H. Dickson I
Secretaryand north on Orange to fair grounds. biplane was working like a
Bat Two ConsequencesParis demonstration against the nullifica- Senator Stone chairman of the for- General Manager W. R. O'Neal, charm, and for a part of the distance

Feb. 6.-Germany's blockade tion of the money. eign relations committee, was of the and the other officials have been insistent Other Facts Concerning Fair between Orlando and Sanford the

proclamation has provoked an outburst I Says the state department: "Asa same opinion. There is no material exhibitors their
upon getting daring birdman
I Wednesday, Feb. 10-Orange County attained a height of
of indignation in the French result of this action it is said that change in the situation at the capitol displays on the ground early. Day. 5,000 feet although a strong wind

although it is hailed generally Obregon, the present military chief today.
press ;: By doing this all exhibitors have Feb. 11 Volusia forced him to drop nearer to the
as an indication that Germany is be- of the city has decreed that his mon- The revelation of the day was an been given position If Thursday County '
properly. one earth. All along the route he was .
ginning to find her situation desper- ey be accepted temporarily, pending agreement by the Republicans to accept went to the fair grounds today he Day.Lower cheered
by who
part main building to be country people were
definite action on the part of Car- a straight out government
own- could definite idea
get a of
very the interested
ate.The citrus exhibit band greatly in the movementsof
Journal says the measure will ranza. It is reported there is no in- ership and operation scheme under many attractive displays that will be preserving, department stand Orange etc. the aircraft.

have only two consequences: First, dication towards improvement in the the control of the naval departmentas in the various competitions for tro- county
I Booths being arranged in north When Kuhl left Sanford he followedthe
the death of inoffensive sailors; and, economic situation." a substitute for the Democratic phies. Those however who have thus
,
wing main building for Suffrage railroad tracks, cutting off a few
second the paralysis of neutral sea measure. far failed to have their exhibits curVes
sent League Audubon Society, Orlando and corners and sped in a direct -
trade. Consequently it the MAYTORENA WILL MAKE LAST This substitute was perfected by
argues out, should lose time to
no get busy Peace Society, and Orlando S. P. C line to the Subtropical MidwinterFair
measure would cut off Germany'sfood j STAND AT NACO Senator Cummins of Iowa and pro- the first thing tomorrow and
morning A., Peoples National Bank Tavares grounds, making a perfect descent -
supply for neutral shipping vides simply that the department -
navy have everything placed exhibition
on Preserving in the center of the field. lie
would not expose itself in danger. I j Agua Preta, Mex.f Feb. 6.-General use $30,000,000 worth of Pan- early at the fair grounds. company.
East wing main building: Osceola was greeted by scores of people.
Calles, commanding the Carranzista ama canal bonds to purchase and con-
i Volusia its exhibit
county has! on and Seminole counties. The craft used by him is called the
French Artillery Superior forces here, received advices this afternoon struct vessels for the naval auxiliary the grounds and the school exhibit
Kuhl-Baysborfer biplane Baysborfer
South wing main building Exhibits -
Paris Feb. 6. The night official from Nogales stating that and that in time of peace these ves- from DeLand and New : ,
Smyrna are being his partner. The machine
from Oakland Winter Garden, was
statement is: "The only noteworthyfacts the gunboat Guerrero arrived off els shall be operated by the depart- in place. All assignments and ,
space Ocoee and Apopka. constructed by them. Kuhl's home is
which have been reported are |I Guaymas with several hundred Car- ment in ocean caryring trade of the for exhibits have been decorated.
West main Volusia in Orlando where his parents Mr.
wing
building:
the highly efficient fire of our artil- ranza troops. United States. Secretary O'Neal the
assures gen- and Mrs. B. T. Kuhl, reside on Gore
lery in Belgium and the Aisne valley I I General Iturbide with 4,500 Carran- The opponents of the bill affirm eral public that everything will be in county.
Race entries close with avenue. He received his aerial train-
and a slight advance of our troops inS ;, zistas has arrived at Empalme the their purpose of promptly resumingthe j readiness for the The Secretary
opening day. O'Neal at 7 o'clock day before ing at Minneola, L. I., where he makes
Champagne north of Massiges." :j first station east of Guaymas, and filibuster when Senator Gore calls public may be en the grounds the p. moo his headquarters when not filling en- -

j eventually these will co-operate with nn. his motion to discharge the com I opening day and race.
see everything on
Immense direction gagemems.
HERRMANN RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT the forces brought by the gunboat mittee. I poultry exhibit under -
display. of J. H. Wendler, of Lake- His services have been much in
against Guaymas. Beginnig :Monday there will remain
I This is something extraor4inarily land. demand. Last he filled
year
Cincinanti, Feb. 6.-August Herr Reports from Naco, Sonora, state only 22 working days in the session. original, because in the general run many"engagements
Price of Admission to Fair in all parts of the
coun-
mann was re-elected chairman of the I that 1,500 Yaquis of the Maytorena Only one appropriation bill has been of shows of this nature the first dayis try and thrilled millions. This
each whether in
National Baseball Commission at *a forces are now camped in the foot- passed by the senate. Fourteen of the taken for the For person, auto- year
one up most partin his
meeting of that body here today. No hills of the San Jose mountains near the great supply bills remain unacted arranging and mobile, carriage, on horse or on foot engagements have just started
things putting everything his first flight of the
50
season
cents. having
business of any'other importance was Naco. It is rumored Maytorena has upon. all
to the
rights over been made at the Seminole
transacted by the commission. chosen Naco for his last stand. Children under 12 years of age and county
grounds.The over 6, 25 cents. carnival at Sanford.ElEfflERJMAPTIJRED.
Washington Feb. 6.-Although few
entire of each
program day'sevents Bleacher tickets to grand stand 15
VERMONT AND NEW HAMPSHIRE Democratic leaders in the senate now has been made and of ,
up one
INCENDIARY IS ARRESTEDConstable TO ORGANIZEThe have much hope of breaking the so- these is "Orange County Day" on cents.Tickets to grand stand 25 cents.

called Republican filibuster againstthe Wednesday, the second day of the
Tickets stand box 50
undersigned residents and visitors adminstration ship purchase bill, fair. Volusia Day will be the third to grand ,

Jernigan of Orange. of Vermont and New Hamp- plans went forward today for puttingthe cents.
day of the big show, when our visit-
stand I. O. O. F. Treasurer at Chat-
Season tickets to box
County Assists in Capture shire wish to call a meeting for the Republican opposition again on ors will be here in countless numbersand grand

of a DesperateMan i purpose of organizing a society of the defensive, where it stood before will be allowed to run things to -six seats, $10.00. tanooga Arrested After

natives of said states now in Orlando. the unexpected bolt of seven Demo- suit themselves. Season coupon tickets, good for five Leaving a False Sui- v

I The meeting will be held at Tourist crats.When There will be a program of inter- days, $1.50.Exhibitor's. cidal Note '

Nat Clay, alias J.N. Rander, want- Headquarters on Tuesday evening at the fight is renewed Monday, esting events and the Sentinel will tickets, good for five

ed in Buna Vista, Ga., charged with 7:30 February 9, 1915. Judge E. L. if they find they have sufficient votes print the program daily. days No $1.00.vehicle for hire and Chattanooga, Tenn., Feb. 6.-T. B.

incendiarism was arrested in Kissim- Waterman, an eminent jurist from counting on the vice-president in the running' Taylor former treasurer of Guthen-

mee yesterday by Constable D. E. Vermont, will speak. event of a tie, the Democratic leaders ILLINOIS CATTLEMEN HARD HIT charging a fare of more than 15 cents berg Lodge Independent Order Odd

Jernigan of Orange county and Chiefof Ned Pierce C. E. Foster, of Vermont will try to get a vote on the motionto BY FOOT AND MOUTHDISEASE each way will be admitted to the Fellows who disappeared several
It is that infraction
; A. F. Fatten II. W. Moore of recommit the bill with instructionsfor grounds. required any days ago after claiming he was held
Police Tison, of that city. Randerwas
of
drivers be
brought to Orlando and now languishes I ._ew Hampshire. amendment. Failing in that they or delinquencies up and robbed of $700 of the lodge
at the office.NEW .
in the county jail awaiting I' may allow the Clark motion to recommit Washington, Feb. .-Illinois own- reported secretary's funds, was arrested today at his

I without instructions to pass and of cattle have been the hardest home. He was charged with embez-
the arrival of Sheriff W. F. fliers of ers hit

Marion county who will take the pris- NEAR BEER STANDS ARE I later to fall back on the Gore motionto by the foot and mouth disease their S. C. GOY DISBANDS 2 zlement. Taylor disappeared ten days

oner back to Georgia. discharge the committee from con- loss being more than twice that of ago, leaving a note saying he had

OUSTED IN CITY OF sideration of the bill. any other state and forty per cent committed suicide.
On that the leaders believe theycan
-
PLOT TO BLOW UP A LINER !of the loss in the entire country according DIVISIONS NAVAL

FRUSTRATED BY A WIRELESS get votes enough with the sup to the department of agricul- BEYER WINS BALL SWEEPSTAKES -

MESSAGE CHATTANOOGAALSO port of the Progressive Republicansto ture. Up to January 1, 36,758 ani- AT COUNTRY CLUB

have the bill reported back to the mals had been slaughtered in Illinois MILITIA YESTERDAYThe

senate for general debate, thereby
valued at $1,147,000.
Paris Feb. 6.A plot to blow up
the French liner La Champagne, GREAT MAJORITY OF forcing the Republicans to assume With 17,896 animals killed Penn- ball sweepstakes terminated

which arrived at Corunna Spain I SOCIAL CLUBS the defensive to prevent the measure sylvania was the next heaviest loser I DIVISIONS WILL TAKE yesterday at the Country Club, J. M.

from Mexico, was frustrated by a ENDED from coming to a final vote. and Ohio third with 10111. PLACE OF THOSE MUSTERED Beyer winning first honors. The .

wireless message received aboard the Value of all animals slaughtered up OUT scores follow:

19 theJournars BRITISH TRADE FELL OFF TOA3IOU'T to January 31 is estimated at $3,400- J. 3!. Beyer ___________ 972572J.
January according to
ship on
Re- Every Resort in Restricted District OF $97,070,000 IN 000. L. Guernsey _________ 931479L.
Madrid correspondent. Reorganization of Militia Will

officers of the vessel Closes Doors Within JANUARY II. Gedge __________ 88880
ports by were Soon Be About
Brought
said to have stated that the informa- One Hour of the BULGARIAN AID IS NOT REQUESTED S. Y. Way ____________ 981880G.

tion in the wireless was that a man Order London Feb. 6.-War's effect on SAY OFFICIALSIN Says Governor W. Porter __________ 991881Dr.

British trade is apparent in the boardof GERMANY Manning Stagg -___________ 92- 8-84 ..
aboard, believed to be a German intended -
trade figures for January which
to destroy the ship. The man Chattanooga Tenn, Feb. 6.Every Dr. Williams ---------102IS 84

show imports decreased by $3,020,000and Berlin, by wireless to London, Feb. Columbia, S. C, Feb. 6.Complying P. C. MacNeil ________ 93885
was arrested. Five dynamite bombs near-beer stand in Chattanooga and a
exports fell off 97790000. have declared with the of S. Cunningham:1052085
the found : 6.-Officials here false request Secretary of
correspondent says, were | majority of the social clubs
great Food increased
in his trunk.WILL imports $36,250,000 the report printed in a Bucharest the Navy Daniels to remedy militia
I|ended their existence tonight at 11 but that was offset by the decline in newspaper that Germany had requested conditions complained of by former MUCH DISTRESS SEEN IN SPAIN

[o'clock. An hour later every resort manufactured articles and raw material Bulgaria to attack Roumaniaif Governor Blease, Governor Manningd AS RESULT OF LACK

NEVER BUY LIMITED {I in the restricted district closed its in which cotton showed a decrease Roumania took the field against anded today two divisions of the OF WORK

TICKET AGAINMr. I!doors. The ouster law is responsiblefor of $17,500,000.In Austro-Hungary.' naval militia, located at Charlestonand Madrid, via Paris, Feb. 6.-Workingmen -
the decrease of coal
exports was A dispatch from Christiana reports Georgetown, and honorably retired and their families
throughout -
L. S. Camburn and wife and this clean-up in the morals of $8,750,000 and .manufactured articles -
the Cunard liner Thracia has lost her Commander Charles L. Dubos Spain are suffering much distress
Mr., G. W. Edwards and wife, of Milan Chattanooga. the decrease was $85,000,000. Of
propeller and is drifting in the Whitesea of the naval militia battalion of because of the increasing lack of em-
Mich., left on the 3:22 train
p. m. that $30,000,000 was found in cotton
with a cargo worth 18,000,000 whom the navy department referredas ployment. Conditions
are especiallybad
for their northern homes, and as they : London Feb. 6.-Miss Nona Mc- textiles. ,
crowns. a "stumbling block" in this situa in Huerlva and Algeria. ,
said good-bye this is the vow they Adoo, daughter of Secretary McAdoo,
tion. New divisions will be
organizedto Canary Islands farmers who are
jnade: "Never never again!" "What and Miss Katherine Britton, of THE WEATHER
The largest stock of Orlando and replacethose mustered out, said threatened with famine because of an
visit Orlando! "No, no; buy lim Washington arrived here today on
Florida pennants. Prices from 25 Gov. Manning. Other action towards embargo onthe, export of fruit, have
ited tickets when
we next
come to their way to rrance to nurse French Florida: Fair Sunday and Mon-
Orlando.* cents up. Curtis & O'Neal Orange reorganizing the state militia will protested against an increase in

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Places of 9:45 a. m. . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 MM*
WorshipST.
HOTELS The Holy Communion and sermon, : *

11 a. m.Evening. Seeds Seeds Seeds
-- JOHN'S CHURCH (Colored) prayer and sermon, 7:30 :

THE KEYSTONE HOTEL (Corner Terry and Pine Sts.) p. m.

Sunday services: 10:30 a. m. 1st :
Corner West .and Church Streets TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY NEW STORE
and 3rd Sunday: Morning prayer, litany -
Splendid service Excellent looms. Hot and cold water. One of the best
and sermon. 2nd and 4th Sun-
cooks m the htate. Rate fr7..jU per week and up. Special rates to partiesM '
WANTED Two railroad tickets to
table board. day: Holy Communion and sermon. NEW SEEDS
i>hing Cincinnati. Adress "Ticket," Box
W. G. DUNCAN, Prep 3 p. m., Sunday school and cate- 178. 1-7-lt* ,
chism. *
7:30 p. m., evening prayer and ser- FOR SALE-A splendid driving. and I Sweet Corn, Field Corn, Peas, Beans Etc. We '

THE WINDERMEREChoice mon. riding horse 7 years old", sound and guarantee our seeds to be fresh.
--0-- kind. Inquire of "Albert at :Magru- tDon't
der's stable. l-7-6t
livery
Location All Modern Conveniences SOCETY OF FRIENDS be disappointed, come to us for Drugs !

Excellent Table Good \Vater Reasonable Rates Friends' meeting for divine wor- FOR SALE-One-half interest in and Garden Seed.City .
ship, 410 South Orange avenue, 11a. good paying business in Orlando.
On Beautiful Lake Lucerne, Orlando Fla. m. Members and others are cor- Address "Owner," care Sentinel.
dially invited. 2-7-Gtc

-0CIlIUSTIAX-
VISIT "COLLIER GROVE"-ON LAKE APOPKAFOR FOR SALE-A good city residence,
SCIENCE with all modern conveniences; part Drug Store"A
THE BEST FISHING Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. cash, balance on time. Address
On main country road, four miles east of Clermont and three miles west of Services at 11 a. m.; subject, "Owner," care Sentinel office.
Ookland; 16 miles west of Orlando, at Bear's Gap Station, T. & G. R. R. "Spirit." 2-7-lmoc GOOD DRUG STORE." a

Parking place for Autos. Fine Pier and Pavilion and Picnic Grounds. Tripsto Wednesday evening service at 7:45. THE "POST TOASTIE" WINDOW

wonderful "Boiling Springs." Steel Motor and Row Boats, well equipped, Third floor, corner South Orange decorator has just finished a mid- J. L. DEALT Ph.G.
for hire. Agents for Ferro Motors and Mullin's Steel Boats. avenue and Church street. Entranceon winter fair display in the window of ,

Oakland Office with T. Connell, Grocer. Telephone at residence, "Collier Church street. the 2-7-ltc grocery of Caruthers & Gore. .11111111111111111.1111111111111111111111 i 11111111....
Grove," call Monte Verde. Pavilion on pier. Can be engaged for dancing -0CATHOLIC-

purposes. CHURCH SALE-In condition .
FOR good a -
Sexagesima Sunday. Hercules stump puller, single, dou-
Mass, 6:30: a. m. ble and triple power. Also, good dou- WRIGHT SEED CO.We
Home Comforts Service Finest Rooms in CitySanitary'Inspection Sunday school, 9 a. m. ble team wagon Address Geo. F. .
Foster Star Route No. 3, Orlando
Mass and sermon, 10 a. m. Fla. l-7-6t
Rated 100 the Largest Stock of Seed in
Rosary, sermon and Benediction of carry

the Blessed Sacrament, 7:30 p. m. WANTED-By three adults, board Orange for the Celebrated
Agents
Lounty. -
Mass daily during the week, 6:30a. and rooms, convenieces; private .
THE NEW GRAND .m.All family preferred.rooms (furnished Or light). housekeeping Send- ) National Guano Fertilizers

.HENRY BaRTLETT.. Prop. welcome to all services.UNITARIAN rate and particulars to Box 236 St.
-0-- Cloud Fla. l-7-3t 206 So. Orange Ave.
CHURCH
European Plan 15 West 1 Pine St., (Corner Central Ave. and West St.) FOR SALE-Here is a propositionfor
some farmer who wants to get
Rooms with Bath Orlando Fla. Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister. in right. Purchaser will be the first
Sunday school at 9:45. owner of record, as title comes direct
Church service at 11 o'clock; sub- from the state. 160 acres of homestead -
land bordering a fine lake; 2:; HELP W ANTEDI
ject of sermon, "Abraham Lincoln, -.
TOURISTS ATTENTION! : acres cleared; afour room house; one-
the True Democrat." I half mile from railroad station; short
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Round Table at 7:30 p. m.; paper distance from Orlando. Some of it is
the Finest Meals in I
We Serve Orlando
by Mr. W. W. Yothers, on Flagler citrus land balance good muck land. 12 Young White Waiters
Prepared by our New York Cook $500 takes the whole thing. Addressat I
East
of the
and the Development of Morning
once. "Homestead, care -
Coast of Florida. Sentinel, Orlando, Fla. 2-7-tf 4 Lady Waiters a
100 Rooms Bath, Steam Heat. $1.00 Unity Circle on Wednesday after-

noon; paper by Mrs. Ilowell, "Be. Fairto FOR SALE]-A practically new house 10 Dishwashers and Helpers
Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water the Socialist." has 8 rooms and bath is fully fur- .,
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EMPIRE HOTEL FRST METIIDIST--0-- CHURCH water, 10; located minutes on walk East from Central the court avenue Apply to John W. Moore\ Fair Grounds

house large corner lot with a dozen
(Cornet Main: and Jackson Sts.) ;
full bearing orange and grapefruittrees.
54 Light Housekeeping Rooms John B. Ley pastor. The owner is going/ to leave
Come over and spend a pleasant, town. Must positively sell. Price
with Join the $3,400. Terms, $1,500 cash, balance -
-- -- --- -- worshipful day us. only VALENTINES AND VALENTINEPOSI[ { CARDSAll
Bible school at 9:45. We'll study can remain. If you want a win-
ROSSMORE INNWindermere ter home or a permanent home, hereit
about Ruth. Hear the pastor at 11o'clock is, already fixed up. All you haveto
; subject, "Some Creatures, a do is come in and hang up your
Wheel and a Rainbow. Good music. hat. Address "Home" care Morning
This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric The young folks at 6:30: will wel- Sentinel, Orlando, Fla. 2-7-tf kinds and prices to ;suit all

lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with come and entertain.At THE EMPIRE HOTEL
bath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish- the hour for the evening ser- tastes and pocket books. Get
ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. vice, a great crowd will be present to SUNDAY DINNER 50c. SPECIAL yours

---------- ----- hear the Baraca boys in several fine Cream of Chicken while the assortment is good.;
orchestral numbers. In fact, it will Sliced Tomatoes Lettuce
OSCEOLA be our monthly musical evening. The Baked Sea Trout

pastor will talk to and for the Boy Roast Beef, Brown Tomato Sauce Sauce W. S. BRANCH, ;

. Scouts, who will occupy reserved Roast Chicken. Sage Dressing
STEAM HEAT THROUGHOUT seats. All boys of the "teen" age Cranberry Sauce Giblet Gravy The Arcade Book and Music Store

Magnolia and Robinson Ave. J. IV. HURLEY, Manager invited to join This them.Week Mashed Potatoes Macaroni au Gratin Spiced Yams _

New Buttered Beets
Tomorrow Mrs. Trawick, of Nash- Green Beans

Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round ville, a charming speaker, will address Apple Pie Orange Pie .
the women (and men, too) of the Strawberry ShortcakeTea
European Plan Rooms .Single and en Suite church on some interesting phase of Coffee r

.!tfT },r -" woman's work. HELP WANTED
At 7:30 p. m., :Miss Florida How- 12 white waiters.
-g young
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,. 'T ard's cantata, "The Miniature Fair, 4 lady cashiers.
should pack the Orlando opera house. 10 dishwashers and helpers.
Apply to John W. Moore, Fair I ___
One hundred children in the cast. Grounds. 7-lt -

1v1 Admission 25 cents and 15 cents. You BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS

will laugh out the wrinkles and chase PHONE 6-16 LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
away the blues. AUTO FOR HIRE
Tuesday, 7:30 p. m., regular monthly FIRST CLASS REPAIRING Effective from August 1, 1914 to August

business meeting of the official BARNARD & SON 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduc-

board. A full attendance is desired. tion during that time:
17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla.
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m., mid-week
THE ARCADE HOTELJ. devotional. One hundred present last 12-10-iiu I Touring Car $555.00

B. MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop. !week. Were you? Runabout 505.00 ....
IonthlyIusical: First Methodist: D. K. Davidson
f. 0. B. OrUnd. AH can fmUy psipped.
First Class Restaurant Livery and Autosin Church, This Evening
Overture "Serenade" (Carleton); GOLF INSTRUCTOR Briber. .. will k. ..,1. Ie ehtal. tk..a s'... eftlcleaq
Building in Connections ...d.ctMs. sad tIM .. .-. ceet Ia ."
Baraca orchestra.Doxology I. .r f cUrr p mf If w..cIa a. ..t,.., .f
Orlando Fla. ; choir and congregation.Our :Orlando Country Club .pnirbasinc...." can and Wtwwa Mir. the rfrp.rt..... fete.

Lord's Prayer; in concert. Telephone No. 249. 4nd .aid w. rcmch ibis .....actJea. w.. epee to...p 7M
... *41 to fit per car (a seat
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IF YOU WANT A LUNCH A..M1.I. 1S> to "rr r kyer"
Peace." .rd ear b twe*. August 1. I * A..t 1. 1515.
Uw price.sad prele-
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reprdisg
Hymn No. 180. F.r farther particulars

worth the money, come to Pope's Quick Lunch Counters. Our Invocation, by the pastor. daring pl... -

food is not cooked in front of your eyes, where you are annoyed Psalm No. 1; responsively.Gloria ORLANDOCO F. G. RUSH, a

with the odors and heat but in our sanitary kitchen. Try a cup New Testament.Patri. I'hone 226JONES

of Rowland French The is ,
our Special Coffee Dripped. price Anthem, "Earth and Heaven." ,
only 5c. a cup. We offer you the best of service. Announcements.
"Sacred Song Calvary" 26 WEST PINE STREET i
Pope & Co.'s Quick Lunch CountersChurch (Rodney Offertory); ,Baraca orchestra.- !

Address, "The Boy Scout." Orlando PHONE 122 1
Street. Open from 5 a.m. to midnight
Boy Scouts present in uniform. !
GOES JUST THE SAME
Male quartet, "The alley of Eden."
Solos by Mr. Curry and Mr. Wal- Best Plumbing at Low-

dron. est PricesWe
Benediction. I c
ORLANDO ROOFINGAND
Postlude, "Roseday March" (John- combine. :
the
son); Baraca orchestra. SLAUTER'S are not in latest inventions usedon My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen

Everybody welcome.CHRISTIAN all first-class months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the

SHEET METAL CO.- -ALLIANCE same time it always has.
ConstructionFor : .
Plumbing
The Christian Alliance services for TIME: TABLE
February 7 will be as follows:
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
At the hall, 2 West Pine street:
FineWATCH Bus Leaving Orlando I in Front oi Evans The Jeweler.
Sunday school, 2:30 p. m.; preaching
and Rubber
Roofings
At the tent, corner Hughey and REPAIRING WEST BOUND EAST
Cornices Metal Ceilings JEWELRY BOUD
Skylights. .Healing, Ventilating Church streets: Services by Brother Read Down Read UpI

and Sister Hucheson at 10:30 a. m. call on C. VATER whois

Works: 14 E. ChurchSt. ORLANDO and 7p.m. - an expert at this trade t I A.M.IA.M. P. M. A.M. P. l\1.P.; Die

ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRALVery with many years experience Orlando 6:3910.15 3:00 9.3 1.30 6.00

- Rev. H. R. Remsen, dean. Ocoee I 7:30 r I.l5 4:00 8.3C 12.3 5.00Winter
Seagesima Sunday. at_ Youngs Repair ShopOpp. Garden -
; 7:45j11:30 4:30 8.t5 !2.151 4-45
Try Sentinel Want Ads. I The Holy Communion. 7:30 a. m. Post Office; Pine Street Oakland t 8:00---, 4:30 8. -- -- 4.30
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DOLLETTA son is stunted, and in all prob- I" :
ght lot advertised for $1200, ability will be a midget. The fact

with a reduction of $400.00, if I I SENSATIONAL-MIDGET MOTHER that Dolletta and her babies are living :1 the
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strong and healthy is consideredas : Polly Seminary Beauty
AND HER TWO BEAUTIFUL
buyer would build, was boughtby I i I BABIES almost last miraculous.public appearance This will beDol1etta's in i

Mr. Samuel Brice of New
Orlando, and every one should cer-
York. We have decided to of- A wise olJ seer in the medical pro- tainly see, and talk to the smallest i COLLEGE MUSICAL: COMEDY
fession once said it,was impossible to human mother on earth. She and her
, fer another one. improve on nature but the distin- babies will hold receptions every afternoon -I TO BE PRESENTED BY .,
guished medical man had never seen and night all during the fair

Corner lot, well located. Side- the tiny midget "Dolletta" who is next week. MISS J. PEARLE ROGERSWITH
booked at the coming fair.

walks,water, lights, gas. North- Now "Dolletta" has been much HELP WANTED
abused by nature. In the first place 12 young white waiters. --
east. $1000.00. Will take $600if 4 lady cashiers.
she weighs but 37 pounds and stands
buyer will build within one only 28 inches high, and when she Apply 10 dishwashers to John and W.helpers.Moore Fair A Local Company of Forty Ladies and Gentlemen
started to look for a husband the Grounds. 7-lt
year. nearest she could get to her size was
Major Boykin who is 42 inches in TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY BENEFIT CIVIC LEAGUEThe 0

height, but Dolletta was game, and
they were married at Concord N. C., LOST-Roman gold buttercup brooch.
eleven years ago. Two years later, fice.Reward if returned to Sentinel 2-6-3tc of- Lucerne Tuesday Evening Feb. 16th. ;
when thier first child a girl, "Lucia," ,

CARL DANN .' ..- WANTED-Second hand desk hat Seats on sale and reserved Monday, Feb. 15th, 9 a. m, Estes Drug Store
I J,1" : ;g./'Xt: r rack, bed couch. Address Box 351.
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HAVE YOU PURCHASED A FARM: ? Just Arrived 1915 Harley-Davidson
COMPANYToilet I would like to work it on shares.
Address White :Man. Box 178.
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FINE WEATHER FOR ROSES- r-
Order Griffing's Roses now. You
will get them in 5 or 6 days and have i 4RlEYcs -
Paper roses by Easter. Large 2 year bushes Da1'I050
blooming in the nursery. Office, 116
South Orange. Phone 267. W. II.
Santi-Tissue the kind that is Brokaw, salesman. 1-6-12t
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soft and cloth like. :
SERMON: FOR BOY SCOUTS


Tonight at the Methodist church,
CamationsfPottedPlants Dr. Ley will make a special talk on
Boy Scout Duties to Scouts parentsand

Flowers friends. Special musical pro- 1

gram. \\-4'

wc'r liEU'LiED:
STRAWBERRIES 12 young white waiters.
4 lady cashiers. ..;;.
TOMATOES 10 dishwashers and helpers.
Apply to John W.Ioore: Fair ON EXHIBIT AT THE
Grounds. 7-lt
PINEAPPLESFRESH -- GOOD AND BAD CIGAR STORE. .

VEGETABLES was born, it was found necessary to Dr. F F. ThompsonDENTIST MilMiMIMIIIIMMIIIIMIIIIIIIttMIMMMMIMMMMIIIIIMMMMIillliMMI
resort to the very dangerous last resort I
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SIGNS
CARUTHERS & GORE this same means five years subsequent Recently of New York Doctors6irkninser I I Dr. S. S. Jones
Dolletta's second child a boy, Over Curtis & O'Neals Orange Ave.
"Charles" was born. 21d&wlmDISAPPOINTENT : ( fc:; Bnin'diiue!! I Gold Leaf and Aluminum, on CHIROPRACTOR
Glass or Wood
New Modern G Now Dolletta is not only the small- graduate Davenport College, 17 and
OSTEOPATHS Cloth Signs and Big Bulletinsa
Grocery est living midget in the world, but : 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone
she is also the only midget that ever Comes to those who buy "old garden Personal instruction under Dr. Stillat specialtyI 209. Intelligent people everywhere .
gave successful birth to a child. I seed." Our store is new, our seeds KirksvilIe.10.. have Morgan with me and can are being restored to health by chiropractic -

Phone 200 To add to the abnormalities of nature -I are fresh. Don't be disappointed.Come Hours, 9 to 12; 1 to 5; Evenings by give prompt service removing adjustments the cause, the of disease.new scienceof Examination -
Dolletta's nine year old girl is to us for pure drugs and fresh appointment. free. 12- 4-1mo

6 and 8 East Pine St. a perfectly formed normal child anda !,garden seed. City Drug Store, J. L. 132 S. Orange Ave.% above Peoples GEO. A. BARKER
head and shoulders taller than her Dean. 2-3-2wksc National Bank. Phone GTS.; 110 West Pine St. Get the news In The Sentinel first

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


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THE DAILY DON'T FAIL TO ATTEND THE SUBTROPICAL Beautilul Lake Eola\

South Florida SentinelMORNING MIDWINTER FAIR- I

AND WEEKLY The Subtropical :Midwinter Fair opens next Tuesday morning, i Residence For \

W. M. GLENN ............ ..........Editor February 9th, and will be open daily to and including February13th.
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W. C. ESSINGTON Duunrw Manager
4 I Sale
Entered at the pobtoffice at Orlando. Florida -
as Second Class Mail Matter. It promises to be a notable occasion and indications are that

SUBSCRIPTION RATES I the out of town attendance will break all records. AT A GREAT BARGAIN
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Daily. 1 Year ....................... $;>.01)
This is it should be. The Fair this will have
Daily. 6 Month.' ...................... 2.W I as year better and I I Y \ [
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1.29: more numerous exhibits and the amusement attractions will be !! Location corner East '
Daily. 1 Month ...... '.......... 5'J
: :.:.:.:.:: :, ton and East Street .
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Weekly, 1 Year . ... ._........... _il.W I more unique and varied than have ever previously been pre- I
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ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCE PAYABLE. IN ,! sented. There is every reason why people should come to see it, of the Lake. Lot is
-;-- and the fact that it is to be in full blat for five'days will give the feet. House is constructed I
TO ADVERTISERS: I i
people an opportunity: to swell the attendance. log and shingles, and ,
Copy for display and all .tbrr bandMidrertUinr : '
must be handea in at the business. I Aside from seeing the Fair itself, the low excursion rates will eight large rooms I
office .f the Sentinel not later than :2 p. m.
the day 'before publication.J i This rate appliesto I afford people an opportunity to come and do their trading in finished. This property I
changes for contract ad..rtiinic: it is to Col. W. P. Walton
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. I Orlando, where immense stocks of new and seasonable goods are t
owner of the Reporter Star,
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued I at their command.On :1 occupied it about six
should notify the oiT.ee in writing on behalf of the city of Orlando and of the Fair management
the date of expiration otherwise it will be Business interests compel
continued at the regular subscription rate, the Sentinel invites all South Florida and the State to be present Colonel to live in Kentucky
until notice to atop is received.
Telephone Numb r ...................... 24 during the Subtropical Midwinter Fair. Be here on the opening he has instructed us to sell

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 7 1915. day if you can. If you can't come then come later. But don't property at a great bargain. I !

miss the greatest exposition of agricultural, horticultural live FOR SALE EXCLUSIVELY BY

Daily slogan No. 14: "The Sub- stock, poultry, and the most varied array of amusements this'section -
tropical Midwinter Fair is one of my
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has
many assets--Orlando." ever presented. Cooper


Bing! Bang! Boom o "Our MANY FRIENDS GRIEVED TO 114 South Orange AYe, Ground
Village"Just
I' HEAR OF DEATHI Phone No. 311

We're on the eve of celebrating.The .
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aviator flew from Sanford yes hear all day long so "our Village" volume I will be sorry to hear of his
terday. will not be long today. We invite j death last Wednesday morning at his VENEER CORES
-o- all our frends from near an far I I home, Mottistone Farms, Easton, i

An overzealous person wants to to come in & see our fair next week ,Maryland. I $1.25 ;
know if triplets will be counted as forget the trouble and bother of war I I :
one at the Better Babies contest. & so-called depression & have a good, I RESULTS in many lines of business I Per Strand Up II//)7
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Don't think so. whole souled time of it. are problematical. Intelligent! farming -
-shrd N" (cmfw ODIIT623 I I is usually successful. Good seed I FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND l ( \

o -Lots of people in town yest. 20 I properly planted, crops well culti- \
A look at some of those "big pigs" I I OrlandV d
times that many next wk. I vated, always yield profit, providedi YardB.
now at the fair grounds should convince II
I I i I your seed are fresh. We are strictly
the visitors that we raise some- ; W Kingsley, Proprietor
i in the seed business
j and sell enough
COLORED PEOPLE WILL BE PRIVILEGED I
thing besides oranges and grapefruit.The i PINE STREET AND R. It.
TO SEE MOVINGPICTURES I Ito always carry a fresh supply. I, Telephone 34-i: 1
o Wright Seed Company, 206 S. Orange 9-30
esteemed Plant City Courier i avenre. Phone 179. 2-7-tfc i
that if can qualify unhesi-
says you
Mac Tallman, manager of the
tatingly for the honored position as
Grand and Lucerne theatres, an-
judge of a baby show are either '
you
nounced yesterday that beginning tomorrow -
the bravest man in Florida or the
state needs you at Chattahoochee.The the Lucerne would inaugu- i-i : II
o rate a new program, one in which the i
better class of colored people of Or- .
bandit. war in Mexico goes merrily I lando will be taken care of and al-
on. General Villa. chief bandit : lowed to see the moving pictures for
has proclaimed himself president and which the Lucerne is noted. I
' military chief. This _makes about the The balcony is to be partitioned, :

'teenth president claiming authorityin one side for the white people and'the

.the distracted and unhappy republic. other side for the better colored peo- Lake Eola and Eola ParkThe
ple. The lobby will also be divided
o and all colored people will buy their

When you come to see the Subtropical tickets in an office separated from
Midwinter Fair be sure to call the office giving patronage to the
4 on our merchants and the Sentinel white people.In .
and make yourself at home. They no manner whatsoever will the
will extend to you a cordial welcome.In whites come in contact with the colored time is now ripe for an investment in this par-

fact see Orlando, and then send class. They will buy their tick-
your friends some post card picturesof ets at the window for colored people, ticular section of the city. Property well bought will be I"I

the place and then tell them more go up to the balcony and occupy their
about it when you get home. It will seats in the partitioned section allot- absolutely certain of producing a profit. I have two or
be our business to make your stay ted to them.
pleasant and to send happy. Strict order will be and
you away maintained three offerings which I can recommend as sure MONEY- I
o the better class of negroes will be

to UTILIZE JUICE- permitted to witness the shows. Manager MAKERS.Call i

R. C. Parvin, of Bradentown, says Tallman informs us that a great

he has discovered a way of preserv- many citizens had expressed their and let me show them to you. I II II
ing the juice of grapefruit indefinitely. feelings concerning the new plan and
After many experiments he says that they Universally agreed that it
the has discovered a way to extract would be conferring upon the colored
the sweet and refreshing juices of population a great service. I
this fruit without the bitter of the BeJinningIonday evening, Mr.
pulp. Mr. Parvin will try to interest Tallman also announces the prices of I
capitalists with a view of manufac- admission will be 5 and 10 cents in

turing and goods and putting themon the balcony and parquet. S.Y.WAYInsurance

the market. It does look like
some way should be found to use up TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
the bulk of and
great oranges grape-
fruit that now goes to waste. It is WANTED AT ONCE!-Two first- and Real Estate Agent L Li
said that either of. these fruits makes class waitresses wanted at the i
fine vinegar and would be of ready Empire hotel quick. 7-ltc
sale. PHONE 172 j
FOR RENT-One room for light jI
o housekeeping; pleasant neighborhood I
BOOSTERSThe near Eola park. Mrs. T. H. II
Fuller 307 East Pine. l-7-3t I II
Reporter-Star and the Orange
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County Citizen have issued notable FOR RENT-Furnished for light
Subtropical Midwinter Fair numbersof housekeeping, suite of large, pleasant l I
unusual size, both estimable jour- rooms; bath hot and cold water; !
nals filled with news notes of intense electric lights; private family; closein. ....
Phone 520. 312 North Main St .
interest. Both newspapers were filled 2-7-6t*
with engravings of prominent men, I
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fair officials. views of the fairgrounds j g rMIMMMIIIIIIIMIIIMIIltttllMltM iaiiMMIMIilllt illlMMIHMIieM ;
and city, with biographical
sketches of leading citizens. Both :

organs are to be congratulated upon 1 : The Proprietors ofTHORNTON
their issues which were notable suc- :
cesses and a credit to Orlando. The
Sentinel will issue a special edition of PARK

sixteen pages or more every day during I':
the fair. The program of the day
will appear in each issue of the : I

ing Sentinel. Take the Sentinel Iorn-I: Cordially invites you to inspect their property. They !
you to the fair and enjoy )" :

o : promise not to trouble you with numerous interviewsor
ORLANDO PUBLIC S..mIT- '
Visitors to Orlando are impressedwith I' press you to buy. Just let them show you these

the public spirit manifested by I
the people of this city. And it is the \' beautiful near-in lots and quote"prices.. Shade trees,

organized public spirit that makes
I fruit trees sidewalks electric lights.
for growth and prosperity in any ,
community. Here the narrow, selfish"j
905 E. Central Avenue the
spirit if it exists at all, is suppressed j I Inquire at on prem-

in the interest of the general welfare. I|
j ises or ask dealer. .
Things are not done here in a small, \ your

narrow manner.way, but in broad, generous .

This organized public spirit is
shown in the management of the Midwinter -
Fair. Every one feels an in-

a terest helping in this hand.enterprise This and progressive gives it TAYLOR & THORNTON: 11

public spirit is what has made Orlando -

and it is what will make it greaterin
the future. It is one of the city's Proprietors

best assets and it is quickly noticedby

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-Edited By Miss Eliza Wright I I.; I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. ra. II

Office telephone No. Ij9. Residence telephone No. 254 Admission 5 rentsMMMCMMMMMMMMH

TOMORROWt I
WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDARFeb. i i bands and are ready to aid any who :

7th13th. may need their services, or answer AT TilE FAVORITE MONDAYA I x
':questions, without any tips. I. rI
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Sunday --a-- good show; and I want to state'I
Usual church services. Notice to Mendelssohn MembersA
for the
benefit
6:15 P. )Triangle Society,Grand of the people of Orlando -
theatre. special rehearsal is called for the and visitors, that through fair
Monday :Mendelssohn Club Monday evening week I will
open at 10 o'clock and runa I
3:30 P. :M.-Rosalind Club business at the Presbyterian Sunday school I continuous show.IHU'ES I /. .. -
meeting. room at eight o'clock. Regular rehearsal I fo <,
Auctioneers; :Mrs. Geo. L. Shinn, I
hostess. Tuesday evening, at eight "THE DERELICTS"Biograph
OAKLAND WITHOUT i
Junior :Matrons Card Club; Mrs. o'clock, at the Orlando opera house, YOUR JEWELRY CASE 0
Fishback hostess. when all stage work will be taken up. HANDS 11 11
Addr ssIrs.; : Trawick, Methodist Every member is expected to be is just yearning for some of the trinkets we are now showing.
pres-
church parlors. Special Feature. Frank E. Withen, who calls Steu- You'll yearn too when you see the pretty rings lockets, brooches,
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ent at each rehearsal.
Dinner Mr.\ and :Mrs.: T. W.
scarf ,
party cuff buttons
; benville, Ohio, home, created considerable pins etc. They are just as dainty a* can be;
:Mathews. I. --0- V just the things that nice people are wearing. Come in and look at
:Miniature Fair, opera house; auspices -' Mary Glenton, Mrs. Cameron excitement on the streets yes. them. The prices arc by no means alarming.
Methodist Ladies' Aid. Mann and her daughter Mrs. Fisher complete in two parts. terday by driving a six-cylinder, 60 LIII

Opening day Tuesday of Midwinter Fair. after a short visit in Tampa, went horsepower Oakland with the stumpsof ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.

Tuesday Bridge Club. over to St. Petersburg yesterday af- his arms, which have ben amputated ,
Wt"dnt"sdayWednesday II above the elbows. He has at- Ib d]
ternoon. Dr. Glenton will leave tonight 0= -
Card ClutIrs.; : O. S. tained a speed of 58 miles per hour. s s p- I
Robinson hostess. for Jacksonville, and Mrs.Mann -
Weekly dance, New Lucerne I I and -Mrs. Fisher will return here to He makes a living by selling cards. -- -

Orange County day at the Fair. i I be the guests for the week-end of
Thursday I For Dressing and Bed RoomsWe
llrs.1.: E. Gillett. They Bish- .
expect
11 A.M.Address, Dr. Anna Shaw.I}
Equal Suffrage League, Fair grounds.I lop Mann to join them here for Sun- _
Volusia County day at the Fair. i I jday.-Tampa Tribune. WITH SLIGHT VARIATIONSAn LucerneTOMORROW f show an exceptional variety -
Gentlemen's evening Rosalind -o- fit+ i of novel and artistic wall pa-

Club; Mrs. Beeman. chairman. pers. They are restful to the
I Will Return for Pert of Fair j ;
Friday agreeable to the tarte. We
Nullos Club; Mrs. C. B. Robinson, Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles, who has been Edison Comedy. ( I.I eye
: ask you to see them before de
hostess. visiting at Fort George, and Miss r
Dance at Rossmore Inn.Saturday I i ciding. We know that after
Robinson who has been
I Mary spend- I
4 i seeing, your decision will be in
ing several weeks with friends at
Belgian relief card party, Rosalind their favor.
Club. j Jacksonville, write that they will be The Second Episode of the iJs

Mrs.Saturday S. II. Alleman Auction, hostess.Bridge Club; j I home the first part of the week in Greatest of all Serials, Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
I time to participate in the fair festivi- .
- ties. 205 S. Orange Avenue
Belgian Relief Success "RUNAWAY JUNE"
The Belgian relief card party at COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
the FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH "LIZZIE THE LIFE SAVER"A
Rosalind Club on Saturday after-
(At the Grand) .-
noon under the. management of Mrs. x'THE OLD FISHERMAN'SSTORY.
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Carl Robinson
and :Mrs. W. II. Lewis '

was a great success, over twenty-five|[:pas-or. Kalem Comedy. .
dollars I i i Mr. Samuel A. Newell, superintendent : A WEDDINGSRequire
being taken in for the relief I beautiful Majestic Special
fund. Bridge and five hundred were ;j: of the Sunday school; Mr. Geo. Feature complete in two parts,
Mrs. W. Phillips, director of the choir; Mr.j the prompt placing of orders for engraved
played, :Mattie B. Davis winning featuring Marguerite Fischer.
William S. Branch Jr. invitations. Our samples represent the latest
organist. very
first prize at bridge, Mrs. G. L. Dem- i,
ing second, and Mrs.\ O'Neal consola-1!: Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. shapes and forms that have been accepted by refined -

tion. Mrs. Schafer won first prize in I'I Public worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30p. I and fashionable society.

five hundred. :Mrs. Robinson and Mrs. . m., with the pastor in charge. "GUSSIE THE GOLFER"A WE LEAD in originating artistic effects with fine

Subject of morning sermon, "How material. Our prices are the lowest. Send for
Lewis were assisted in serving tea and Keystone Comedy. A
We which will be free of charge. -
cake by Mrs. Beardall, Mrs. Wood- May Get the Power. Scream. samples supplied

ruff, and four attractive "Red Cross I Evening subject, "Does the Gospelof HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA"LIKE J. P. STEVENS ENGRAVING CO., Wedding

nurses"-Miss Reba Hilburn, Miss Christ Meet the Demands and FIVE BIG REELS Stationery Engravers, 47 Whitehall St. Atlanta,
Needs of Ga. ,
Sarah Slemons, Miss Jean Person, Today
and Miss Vida Miller. On next Sat- Young People's meeting at 6:30p. i.MMIIMMIIillllilllllinMMMMMIMMIIMIIMtMSubscribe

urday afternoon another of these benefit m.; Mr. Eugene Reid, president.The ORLANDO BEST OF ALL First Floor ________5c. and lOc. I

parties will given at the club public is cordially invited to CITIESMr. White Balcony ____5c. and lOc. .

room. : worship with us. AM seats are free, I Colored, Balcony ____5c. and lOc for the Weekly Sentinel
I and we are happy to welcome visitors
and strangers. and Mrs. A. F. Herron, of Detroit ,

For Miss EdmondsMrs. are spending the winter seasonat

Thomas Brodwater was "at the Keystone and have expressed -
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
home" to her many friends on Satur- themselves as pleased with Orlando

day afternoon, in compliment to Miss and the best city they have ever vis- .
Rev. Jno. Wt D. D. FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
Stagg pastor.
Edmonds, of Chicago, Mrs. Walters ited in the Southland. Last year they
and Mrs. S. A. Johnson also being in Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R. spent hte season at Miami.

the receiving line. Mrs. McChesney O'Neal superintendent. Men's Bible
class meets in auditorium of church. Established 1886
poured tea, Mrs. Frank Guernsey and ROUND TABLE MEETING
Services at 11 a. m.,and 7:30 p. m.
Mrs. Dolive serving tea and wafers,
Young People's meeting in lecture
salted nuts and mints. Beautiful
bowls room at 6:30 p. m. Regular meeting of the Round
of
sweet peas were used in CURTIS
O'NEAL
decorating the living room and dining Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30p. Table at Unity Chapel this evening at &

room. m. 7:30. Paper by Mr. W. W. Yothers,

- Special music. Forrest Dabney "Flagler and the Development of the

Carr," choir director. Miss Roberta East Coast of Florida." INSURANCE LOANS
Red Cross Benefit Nets $150
Branch, organist. All invited.A. .
Mrs. Harry L. Beeman wishes to .
Strangers and visitors are most
state that the complete fund taken in
last Monday at the Red Cross benefit cordially invited to all services. Seats C. L. WAS LOADED WITH PASSENGERS REAL ESTATE RENTALS
free. ,.
musicale was $150. Half has been .. -

sent to Red Cross headquarters and
BACK TO COLD HOOSIERLAND
half to the French hospital that has The Coast Line train due in Orlan-

been calling for aid through friendsof Mr. Will H. Craig; who has been do last night at 6:40, but which did

Mrs. Beeman. 'spending several weeks with his not reach the city until 8 o'clock, was

--0- I daughter, Mrs. W. C. Essington, on loaded to the "gunnels" with passen- FOR RENT---Bungalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main
Boy Scout Notes South West street, leaves today for gers, nearly all of'whom stopped in

The Boy Scouts will assemble at his home at Noblesville Ind., being the city. Street.

the Methodist church tomorrow even- called home on account of pressing

ing at 7:30 to listen to a lecture by business matters. While in the city
OSTEOPATHYDR. Seven Room House, South Orlando.
Dr. Ley in celebration of the National ,Mr. Craig has won many friends; he .
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Boy Scout Day of America. has enjoyed fishing to a great extent;

Saturday morning four of the Boy took in the Seminole county carnival; J. C. HOWELL Two New Five R9om.Houses, South West Orlando.

Scouts took a hike across country- .and leaves with only one regret-that Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
John Quinna, Wm. Stewart, Herbert he is unable to remain for the,greatest : Kirksville Graduate

Barlow, and Marion Freeman. Signal of all great fairs. He is a firm I Consultation Free .
Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan
practice and staff drill occupied part believer in the perpetuity and perma- HoteL -

of the afternoon.The nent prosperity of Orlando and Cringe Office Phone 716; Residence 1018

Boy Scouts have "Ask Me" hat county. Orlando, Fla. MIIIMIIMIIillMtMtllMllltlllM'Mew "

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% 30 x 3 ___________$9.00 37 x 5 ---_______$32.20

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j ; Rear Axle; Timken Bearings; Et! ctric Lights and Starter; .


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


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FOR RENT ---- umber: I.aTl and SI iI:1.g1es: : I 1J

SENTINEL FOR RENT-Nice, clean, furnished
rooms; all conveniences; large ve-
randas: shady grounds; rates mod
erate for season; close in. 205 Magnolia a
[ii. WANTSThe : avenue. 1-28-61 ..

FOR RENT Large, attractive room. 1
11-8-tfc Inquire No. 8 West Washington St. &

Morning Sentinel Want
Directory is the Greatest Want
FOR RENT-Small flat, modern con-
ORLANDO:
Ad Medium in Orlando. veniences, unfurnished.: Jas. A.
Knox. 11-3-tf
Terms Cash in Advance. ,tt
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NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, !
I RATES to adults 409
For One Day -----_________25t 10-25-tf only. Delaney street. .
For Three Days ____________50c Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Six Days _______________75c
HE HAS ARRIVED. WHO? For One Month _____-_____$2.50 WANTED 1
This rate applies on all ads of =
WHO GOOD MAN with I
25 words less. If the? ad WANTS ,
or con-
Homeseeker, He :
Mr. says horse, and
wagon implements, to .
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look after grove? A-l references.
decided will be one cent per word for I Box 7, Formosa, Fla. 2-5-3t
"I have now :
each additional word, for each in-
sertion.If ;
BOARDNG-Private, home like accommodations Sub-TropicallVlid-WinterFair ij
I Will BUY IN ORLANDOThis the office you can't telephone bring No.your 24.ad Ac-to ; terms very moderate -
; room and excellent board to be _
counts opened by telephone will be
is the most uptodateand payable the following day. had at $7.50 per week; you may arrange : .
cleanest city I have for meals only; splendid loca- .
tion, close in. 301 West street. OEL. DO. FL.A.FEB.
seen. Every Home-Every Business- 2-3-6t : ... .
Every Man has use for a .

THE PEOPLE ARE MORE PROGRESSIVEIt Sentinel Want Ad. LOST-A garnet, star-shaped brooch, r:
in down town district or on West 9-13 1Q15EDUCATIONAL

presents the best general FOR SALE office Central and avenue.receive Finder reward.return 2-5-3t to this ,

appearance of any place I s
have visited." FOI SALE-Buick touring car; fully Umbrellas recovered and repaired
We specialize in Orlando equipped, speedometer Presto tank, "while you wait," at Young's Repair
etc. A big bargain. Be quick. Call
Shop, 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc
City Homes, and will be at Ford Garage, Church street. Embracing-Agriculture Horticulture Floriculture Domestic
pleased to have call and 2-5-3tc ,
you
let us show you our real NICHOLAS & NICHOLAS Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry, '

values in this. class of prop- FOR cery SALE doing-good Meat cash market business and; gro-will MANUFACTURE all classes of hairgoods and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports i ,

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

ORLANDO BUILDING LAND COII 2-4-6t* Garland street. 1-6-lmo A notable feature of the Sub-Tropical :\ -\ Fair will be an exhi- .

FOR SALE-Five] passenger touringcar FOUND':"" A gold scarf pin, in frontof bition of Angus, hort Hern and Herford Lulls by Messrs. Cobb & Denny i
North Orange Avenue in A-l condition chea for Howard's Strfdio. Owner can of York Ala. with Graded
; have same by calling at Curry's electrical Cows and CaKcs. These animals are warranttd !V
PHONE 608 cash, or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor, shop and identifying free of ticks and immune cattle bulls will
905 East Central avenue. Phone 696 ; propertyand to lever. The be offered for sale and

OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL 1-4-tf paying for this adv. 1-30-tf.. cattle owners oho wish to in prove their herds will)) have an opportunity cl get *

BUYERS AND SELLERS : ting some fine stock.
FRED B. DALEC. >
FOR SALE-Two lots in Seminole .
H. BRYANT Park for $80 each, cash. AddressP.
O. Box 373. 2-3-2wksc I buy, sell rent, and exchange : 1
DAVIS A GILES. CounselF. estate. Have resided in Orlando, FIa..1. : -For information or premium list, address
t:
A. PEPPERCORN Contracto over 30 years. Have handled .

style FOR work trap.SALE-Gentle anywhere Phone; and 387 family,a or new 29 English horse Bryan; $20,000,000"10-6-3m : Call and F. A.see LEWTER.m.!. ..: WM. R. O'NEAL, Sec'y H. H. DICKSON, Pres. I ;


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FOR SALE-A good lot of store = .
I No more profitable can be
: crop
"DIXIE LIMITED"Between fixtures for sale very reasonable. t
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. H. \

Orlando, Fla. 2-2-6t Brokaw, salesman. Office, 116 South I.1Pur

Orange. Phone 267. 1-28-12tc
FOR SALE-Best cafe in the city,
J cksonville, Chicago and St. Louis doing a good business. Other busi- lZ $ J :

Reestablished January e, 1915 ness requires my entire time. Ad- 1f
dress Box 215. 2-2-tfc
ortl b --Daily-- Southbound II

9:35 5:08pm am Lv.Ar. Jacksonv'e Macon Ar.Lv.11:45 7:30 am pm FOR modern SALE conveniences-Five room, cottage completely, all F Fir Sal ,

burnished, 307
Broadway avenue. Ap- r
8:03 pm Ar. Atlanta Lv. 8:35
am
ply to Mrs. McDade, 312 Broadwayavenue.
12:18 am Ar. Chattan'ga Lv. 4:37 am 1271mo'FOR KINCAID
4.50 am Ar. Nashville Lv.12.10 am allR SNOVBENOrlando's \
9:28 am Ar. Evansville Lv. 7:30pm :
_6:35pm Ar._Chicago Lv.11:30 am SALE OR RENT-With stock _
2:59pm Ar. St. Louis" -Lv.215 pm and tools best farm in county; variety -
fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- ,
to-date: buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock "c r -.,. Orange grove; has been
Solid Train
Compartment-Observa Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- Largest and Cheapest \
tion cars, Standard Pullman cars and 1-16-tfc set out a year; select budded trees,
er.
coaches, between Jacksonville and
Chicago. Standard Pullman sleepers orange and grapefruit; there are
Jacksonville to St. Louis.DINING FOR SALE-Story: & Clark upright HOUSE :
FURNITURE
grand piano won by Miss Myrtle 111-2 acres in the grove; located on
Weeks in the recent contest will be
CARS Lake Jem Mary, between Lal-e Con-
sold for benefit of Baptist church I
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 I I Weeks 1-13-tfc, Washington street. mile from Pine Castle road soon tobe

,. bricked; new up to date seven room
Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. --
FOR SALE-To those only who have house; good large barn and other I
cash capital to invest in winter
G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., homes; also big acreage in groves and buildings. This proposition is for

Tampa, Florida. trucking lands. Address Box 814, quick sale on easy terms. Inquire ofJ.
Orlando. 1-8-lmoc
r. B. Magruder, Jr., office in Arcade; (;

FOR SALE
or see the owner
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 1281m'OSTEOPATH
for nice home sites; could be subdivided -
into 40 building plots 60x200
DR. L. H. RAMSDELL feet each, leaving about 60 acres for
OPTOMETRIST citrus fruits and truck farming; five
minutes walk to railroad station,
(Saccenaor tw Or. O. F. LJ.U-, stores, hotel, school and churches.
ORLANDO FLORIDAWE When you consider location)and good .
FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES transportation facilities with other GAS :
advantages the property's real valueis
AND DO
ALL KINDS OF $7,500. It is owned by a non-resi. JOSEPHINE HARPER
OTICAL REPAIRING dent who needs money. He authorizes -
Office corner Orange Avenue and
me to sell it for $3,000. Whoever -
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. FOECooking
Wholesale Dealers and Commission -31-tfc

Merchants: in Florida Orangesand
Grapefruit FOR SALE-On account of poor
Represented health,the undersigned hereby offers Have You Noticed!
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.T. class neighborhood, and convenientto of Orlando
school business, lake and park.
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 Ridgewoodavenue
has six rooms and large cleanly and most efficient fuel known. '
ceiled basement with flue, suitable for Central -Avenue?
lot 47x85 feet
kitchen or laundry; ;
house unfurnished. Price $2,100. Gas User?
today
Also, nearly new, two-story six- I- Why not begin as a

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

1950. City limits, on easy terms.
Also a beautiful connecting corner
: lot, 70x85 feet, fronting on two
streets, and graded for basement
13,000 BUYS FOUR LOTS on Colo- building. Price $1.000. For cash anda Also 2y miles from the City
quick sale owner would dispose of
limits Lake Underhill 5
near
nial Drive, east, fronting Park lake all of the above, to one party, for ,
4300. E. N. COY. 2-2-lmoc acre tracts. Standing round
including a $200 garage and 31 bear- timber, good soil, surrounded by ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT co.|

ing orange trees; all fenced, and 7i FOR SALE groves, and on easy terms.
Terms to Suit Purchaser
large oaks on front and sides. Phone, Good citrus and truck land, cleared, -

567 and we will show you the best in 6, 10, 20 or more acre plots, on GAS IDEPARTMENT.; '.
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brick road to be built this year, two
bargain in the city. miles from Orlando. Phone 1024 4 ORLANDO REAL ESTATE[ CO.
II I rings, or write H. G.Jackson, R. F. D. ,
I 'ln. 2. Orlando, for appointment.
1-7-lmo* W.tkins Block PHONE 504

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.This is not cnly a showing of new Spring
Suits and Dresses. First showing of Spring
Spring new
Goods of the latest and fashions
harming new models, in the most correct Styles. Exclusive patterns in
newest styles, featuring the Crepes, Crepe de Chine, Voiles
high waist band effect, flowing but a sale of decided money saving possibilities and Organdies, some with high

gracefully down to the new wide collars and long sleeves, Flesh,
well the of which
importance
short skirt. Others in coated as can- Maize, sand, putty white and all

effects; all the new shades. not be to strongly emphasized. You are al- the best shades.


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THE NEW SUMMER LACES AND EMBROIDERIES .


WASH FABRICS
Hardly a store in America is showing the large assortment ,

1 Q of these beautiful laces and embroideries. They are herein !

TRANSPARENT ORGANDIE, 45 inches wide, very a beautiful variety of patterns and weaves, and at prices

thin and washable. The cloth of the hour-------___7oc; \ never before offered at this season of the year. . .


MERCERISED BATISTE, 45 inches wide, a'soft silky Rr'\i'' \ I Ir ,

cloth, very fine sheer --------___________________35c $ Ii t i

IVORY CHIFFON, 45 inches wide, very transparent, \
CHARMING FLOUNCING, 27 inches wide, in
most beautiful plain wash fabric ever shown ______$1.00 6
transparent Voiles and Crepes ---------_____$1.00DAINTY i
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SEED VOILE, 40 inches wide, a fine sheer flake fabric, a
SWISS AND TRANSPARENT EMBROIDERY -
for waists and dresses ____
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very fine and sheer, with delicate colored

embroidery ____63c
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SHADOW LACE VOILE, a beautiful collection of pat- ,
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terns,very thin and soft for summer, 36 inches wide__50c Under
muslins VOILE EMBROIDERY, with the new Terry Border in
a
Pink, Light Blue and White, 27 inches.wide_________75c
PALM BEACH VOILES, a.big range of pretty printed

patterns and colors ___35c inches wide __
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. NOVELTY WHITE GOODS, consisting of Voiles, ALL OVER EMBROIDERIES, 45 inches wide, on

Crepes, Suitings, Piques and many new novelties -___25c seeded Voile, conventional designs $1.50
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OUR JUVENILE DEPARTMENTIs

DEPARTMENT .

0 complete with seasonable goods just arriving. Among other .

0o spring goods we take a pride in calling attention to the newest
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received a full line of Spring Footwear. Everythingthat's Kaynee Shirts and BlousesWe .

good in White Canvas, Buck,Patent and Kid Pumps and

Slippers, in the new strap f effects. are showing a splendid line both in Boys' Shirts and
Blouses in plain white and colors. r
Come in and inspect our stock. We have the style you
Priced at 50c., 75c., and $1.00 men may be
want, in the size you need. Our prices are right. SOME
to style in
.. shirts, but no man can well
II be indifferent to fit. An

Onyx'" HosieryOnyx ROOF GARDEN THEATREMONDAY ARROWSHIRT I


NIGHT
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4 Reels at Every Show 4 is always as appropriate to

the popular the wearer as it is to the
Rex-Drama, 2 Reels-Frank Lloyd, Gretchen Lederer.
Hose. We are showinga occasion.

complete line in black, PAWNS OF FATE Made in every style,
tans, white and fancy, white or color fast.

the best pure thread I $1.50 and $2.00 I

silk made at $1.00, $1.50 SterlingConjedyBOWLERS Our Spring and Summer
and $2.00.
lines of Shirts and Collars are
Ncw Ncw"Pemtcz' ADMISSION FREE UNTIL 6.301. M. complete.Let .
Toiatex-
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Yancy sale of lots Monday is
DEPOSITBOXES the first auction sale for colored people
in the history of Orlando and
much interest is being manifest in the
,9r event. The colored people will be out
in mass to take this opportunity of
buying a lot at their own price.A ,
WHY INVITE LOSS ? band of colored musicians will

dispense music and it will be a gen-
DON'T valuable and docu-
keep papers eral holiday with the colored citizen-
about the house where be
ments they may ship of Orlando. Many of our white
misplaced, lost, burned of stolen. 1 :
men who have dealt largely in real : \
estate in the colored districts have
Think of SAFETY FIRST.A .
found it very profitable and no doubt '" .
Safe Deposit Box in our Vault is the many of them will attend this sale t : :

safest place for such papers. The cost is and take advantage of any bargains Your comfort and for
prosperity
small,-the security, positive.You offered. "
can inspect the Boxes and Vaults any Orlando has always dealt liberallywith ,
business day. her colored population and has '
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endeavored to instill into them ideasof .
The State Bank of Orlando thrift and home making, and gen- I. Adcpcndsupcn
the colored
erally speaking people
have shown their appreciation and : yourself and your

made good. connections. :


TOURIST EXCURSION

--- A party will leave Tourist Headquarters A savings or checking bank account '

Hens lay eggs in the day time because i corner of Pine and Main in this institution is a positive stop .

LOCAL AND PERSONALDr. they are roosters at night, but streets, Sunday at 1 o'clock, for the forvard.Stari ;
"sink hole," and .
Mack will tune your piano any time cemetery jungle.Mr. .
J. W. Simpson, of Kissimmee, this week for $2.50. Better hurry. .
was among the visitors to Orlando Best reference. Phone 218. 1-7-lt Ned Pierce and wife, of Bel- t. : n'J'1-J
yesterday. lows Falls, Vermont, are among the ,
Judge E. L. Wattermann delighted winter visitors now sojourning -
wife and ."- .
Decorate your car. Crepe, tissue, daughter, arrived yesterday from in Orlando, making their home I;. :
Orlando and Florida pennants. at the St. James. They are delighted ; ; : >
flags Brattleboro, Vermont, and are pleas- I . . .
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Curtis & O'Neal, Orange avenue. antly located for the remainder of the !with this'place and say that this will ' .. .... . .... .::
i season with Rev. and Mrs. A. E. ;not be their last visit. .. :.. -..
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Inquire at Estes*Pharmacy about Potts, 114 East Jackson street. .' :. . .... .. '." :::
the Ocklawaha river trip. The pret- Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Moore arrivedin .'.,- '.: ;:.::.:.:

. tiest in Florida. s-w-tf Mr. C. E. Foster, of Middlebury, Orlando yesterday from Greens- .
Vermont, is visiting in Orlando, hav- bury, Ind., and are making their homeat
Miss Rosa Garlick, of Waynesboro, ing arrived several days ago to enjoy 615 North Orange avenue. They
Ga., is in Orlando visiting her cou- the balmy weather and enjoy life in :.are here on their initial visit and are
sin, Mr. J. F. Watkins, on Lucerne the best inland town in the state. He so well pleased that they will prob-' IT Itit ID& A r .1'-.1'4 .1'Wf

Circle. is pleasantly located at the St. James. ably remain until spring. ) < .

Mrs. Willard Denver, of Indianapolis
is -
Mrs. S. A. Johnson entertainingat Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Moffitt and
her home on North Orange avenue, Ind., is visiting her friend, Mrs. .' . .. .. ...
daughter, :Miss: Vera, arrived yesterday .. :. .
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Mrs. A. A. Walters and Miss Bertha from Indianapolis, Ind., and are M. F. Zellert at her home in East . ; :: :
Edmonds, of Chicago. i Orlando. This is her first visit to this
pleasantly located at 615 North Or-
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ange avenue for an indefinite visit.
Bishop Cameron Mann left ).ester-I I They are delighted with this section greatly surprised at the many improvements -
that have been made.
day afternoon for Tampa, and will make trips to nearby lakes
. will consecrate St. Andrews Church in order
toenjoy some of the good
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today. Mr. Samuel Jones returned last
fishing. night from Belle Vernon, Pa., wherehe
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lando last night from Boston Mass., I of the illness of his mother, i
and is the guest of Mrs. II. R. Smithat Two Handsome 'Mrs. Wm. Jones. Many friends will
her home on East street. be pleased to learn that when Mrs.

Lake Front Jones left the Keystone State his We'll call and get prescriptions
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Russell, Mrs. mother was very much improved in your .

' G. S. Scanlon, and Mr. W. D. Willis, Grove and Home health.
and have them back to in the
of Chicago, are included in the guests : you quickest

now sojourning at the Orland h 3tel. PropertiesOne time, and the charge will be exactly

Miss Sallie Young arrived in Or-

Tampa lando yesterday Special to afternoon visit Mr. and on Mrs.S. the. I the same as if you had called at the stork

A. Johnson, 313 North Orange ave- of them is the pret- in
person.McElroy's.
.. nue. tiest lake front location in .
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was among the arrivals in Orlando large acreage and a most .

yesterday. He is on a sight seeing modern dwelling.
expedition and intends to take in the
The other has a fine :
fair next week.
i grove, with modern improvements Pharmacy

and of
The Orange county fair next week, worthy
and Volusia will have her products any further improvements The
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there on exhibit. Many of the county desired.

people will attend the fair during the I Phone 20 35 Years Established I
These are high priced
week.-Volusia County Record. \i SAN
properties, but they are

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Miner, of Gib- both big bargains. -

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To The olio :
Miss May Bradshaw, niece of Col. ESTATE you realize the com-
and Mrs. Bradshaw, who has been

spending several weeks in Orlando, So. 3 WEST PINE STREET forts of steam heat, run-
has returned to her home in St. Pe- I - ," j
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Artistic Souvenirs these conveniences in every get ahead are the ones who look ahead. "';'

room in the San Juan. n

To look ahead means to be prepared : :iJ!
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Ambition can always achieve when the
with night and
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Painted China, Crumb Trays and many

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

the up-to-date: service that share of your earnings into a saving each f"'i ; .4)
cal of Florida and Orlando that will provea 1
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. *
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"back North." We also carry a completeline


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

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


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INTERESTING- FACTS strawberries, bananas, etc. Grounds beautified. of the Fair and all other official decisions ,J FIFTH ANNUAL SUBTROP- toiled diligently, to the honorary vice- .
or matters of interest or value presidents; to the publicity committee -
More extensive and comprehensive
Stock-Embracing horses, mules, I ICAL MIDWINTER FAIR
CONCERNING THE COMING list with valuable prizes. to the public. ; to the score of other committees;
cattle, hogs, sheep and goats. premium TO OPEN TUESDAY
Representatives of the press at ;
MIDWINTER FAIR Other InformationThe to the racing officials, and the central
Poultry-Embracing chickens, tur- large, who may be assigned to or vis- EXPECT MONSTER
PUBLISHED IN TO- committee to the citizens Trades Dis-
Western Union and Postal Tel- ;
kev:. duck, peese and guineas. it the Fair during its progress, are
DAY'S SENTINELSome Domestic-Embracing cakes, bread egraph companies will receive and respectfully invited to visit headquarters ATTENDANCEBright play committee, and to all others,
etc. and avail themselves of the facilities credit is due. All have worked in a .
jellies, preserves, jams, sauces ; deliver messages on the grounds.The .
Facts About Fair needle work, fancy, plain hand and Orlando Telephone company offered. and early Tuesday morningthe masterly fashion-all have devoted
Date: February 9 to 13, inclusive. machine. will have long distance office on the I There will be no postoffice on the Fifth Annual Subtropical Midwinter time, labor, and spirit to this noble
Harness and running races every I School-Embracing drawing, design grounds. grounds; but all mail adddessed in
Fair will open its gates to the enterprise, and to them future prosperity -
coloring, maps, writing etc. The Fair Association will gladly', care of the secretary of the Fair Association -
day.Band throngs of people constitutingthe bows "thank for, with
I eager a you"-
music constantly. Art-EmhTCJntj burnt wood brass entertain all ladies at the model home I will be received on the
Better Babies contest. delivered and where outgoing cream of Florida-Osceola, Volu- the coming of years a reward is to be
work, stenciling, hand painted china. "and have a pace' for the children grounds and -
Orange, Volusia, Osceola and Sem- water colors, painting drawing, etc. free of charge. Competent matrons mail can be posted. I sia, Seminole and Orange counties. reaped.
inole counties participating. Industrial Manufacturing of all will be in charge; there will be no I Orlando, dressed up and draped in The Subtropical Midwinter Fair is
Schools from four counties and col- kinds, metal work. wood work. I charges for this service. The Fair i iI iI I elegance, awaits the coming of the an educational institution of the high-
leges from two counties will partici- Organization Facts park in the Fair grounds, has plenty'I :throng that will make the Fair a notable est rank. It is the people's school,
pate. Orange County Fair Association of shade trees and benches and is an i success. The visitors will see wherein is presented a grand reviewof
Aeroplane and balloon attractionswill organized in 1910, succeeding Orlando ideal place to rest. I for themselves the immense progress their skill and learning, affording
thrill the throngs of visitors. Driving Park Association.First Help and others entitled to tickets I made by the fairest section of the opportunity to measure by compari-
One hundred and fifty special prizesare officers: Seth Woodruff, president of admission, must secure same be- I I : state in the last year. !I I son the merits of their arts and in-
scheduled by merchants and man- i ; Geo. II. Fernald, vicepresident fore the opening of the Fair, as ad- I Before their eyes will be unfolded dustries. It also provides entertain-
ufacturers for best animals, poultry, ; M. Overstreet, second vice-pres- mission paid by them will not be re- diversified products; fruit and farm ment of the highest order of excel-
etc. ident; W. R. O'Neal, secretary, and funded. i I BoostThe resources; the untold possibilities of lence.
Daily exercises at main exposition Jas. L. Giles treasurer. Hitching Racks I I the four. counties participating in this The cost of a visit to the Subtrop-
building. Present officers: II. II. Dickson The Fair Association has provided ; greatest of all premier Fairs. Visitors Midwinter Fair is inexpensive, as
Carnival attractions by the Johnny president; A. C. Starbird and J. N. a large number of 'hitching racks, I! I may see for themselves the Orlando is reached by the Atlantic
Jones Carnival company, the only Whitner, vice-presidents; W. R.I free of charge, for use of visitors to I strides that this fertile section of Coast Line railway, and is the termi-
show open to public performances in O'Neal secretary, and Jas. L. Gi'.es- : the fair, the hitching to fences, trees, Florida has made in the last year in nal point of the Searboard Air Line-
the South. treasurer. Buildings and other places than hitching I1 call lines-from agricultural to educa- which roads will offer special induce-
Free attractions before grand stand. Board of Directors racks, will be considered an act of I Fair \' ments in passenger rates during its
Addresses by men of national prom- TT L. Reenr. M. O. Over!'treet, A. misdemeanor.A tion.A visit to Orlando and the Fair continuance, while the citizens of Or-
inence. T. Possi'er. David ckhart, J. Ha bureau of information will be I.means an education that no university lando-noted for their hospitality-
Polo games for championship of Southern States. H. H. Dickson, Seth Woodruff, W. H. ry's office, for the purpose of furnishing give; it will mean a glimpse into the all visitors at reasonable rates.
Daily bulletin will be published. Revnolds. free information on all matters I coming possibilities of a radiant future -I Every citizen of the state of Flor-
Mammoth poultry exhibit. I Racing committee: Superintendent, I pertaining to the care and comfort, ; it will disclose the tremendous ida should be interested in this grand
Unsurpassed fruit exhibit. I David Lockhart; judes. W. M. Divis. pleasure and business of visitors to I strides gained in one year by toil of advertisement and state educational
Diversified products exhibit. C.1.. Hand, C. Westcott; timers, the Fair. agriculturists. ; by laboring poultry institution.
Some of the Departments W. M. Igou. W. M. Davis. C. M. Hand. I The Press will be provided with i: specialists; by brainy truckers and I Come one, come all, and make it a
Agricultural-Embracing corn, hay,I' Improvements' in Last Year : suitable headquarters, and the secretary : gardeners. great, unparalleled success
oats, rice, sugar cane, cassava, sweet I A new resurfaced race track r'Jt will arrange for furnishing to +1 To give credit where credit belongs
and Irish potatoes, celery, lettuce, in at a cost of $?.000 making it the I correspondents manifold copies of : is a difficult matter and one that the Now that the czar of Russia:: has
cabbage, beets, etc. fastest track in the South. I judges' reports of awards, daily pro- I \ Sentinel is loath to commit. To the! turned prohibitionist he may be expected -
Horticultural-Embracing oranges,. Buildings improved, redecorated grams, special orders and announce- officers who have worked unselfishlyfor to begin practicing the Chau-
lemons, limes, pineapples, kumquats,. and re-equipped at considerable cost. ments, official decisions, daily reports months, to the directors who hav tauqua salute.

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Would Tunnel Under ChannelBe TilE CONVERTED WASTED GOLDEN ORANGE Mr. Moncrief leaves today for a &. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1111111111.
INTO GOLD short visit to a relative of his who

lives at Terra Ceia, Fla., but will return -
England's Greatest Bulwark? Mr. J. T. Moncrief, of Birmingham, in a few days. In the mean- REAL
Ala., is now in Florida ESTATE
with a proposition while those desiring further informa-
to the business men of the state tion with regard to this enterprisecan
Paris, Feb. 5.Among the benefi- tory by your intrepidity and your to establish a manufacturing plant see Mr. T. M. Byars, of Apopka.

cent results which may come from i strength. ;, which will convert the citrus fruits of -

the great war is the realization of the "We are now together passing ': the state, now going to waste, into I BIG MINSTREL SHOW COMING .

project for a tunnel under the Eng- through one of those grave crises in 1 commercial products that will be I Neil O'Brien and his minstrels will We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If .
which the of the shipped all
destiny world is de- over the United States
lish channel connecting the allies of be the attraction at the opera house
cided. and sold to the soda fountain and want to
you buy sell the
France and Great Britain. Friday, February 12, in what is reputed or earth it will pay ;you to call
"Consider
what power would be bottling plants. He has with him
This was discussed first just before ours if your boundaries were elemi- samples of syrups, extracts, orange to be one of the most sumptu- and talk your wishes over with us.

the Franco-Prussian war. After that nated, if our armies could be made julip, champagne, made from the ously mounted, and most novel min-

conflict the British strangely feared but one, thanks to the facilities and grapefruit juice, etc., which are per- strel performances. 'staged in recent The manager of this firm has had years of exper-
that the tunnel would be )'ears.Ir. O'Brien is a great favorite -
a military of fectly .
-" _____, :__,: :__ :__._.:__ ,___ t. .. rapidity-u_, communications. by, railine I delicious.Mr. with minstrel lovers and his an- ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a
uallgtc aaa..u.b UIYa IUIi .lcurn 1-fie presnt war nas aireacy dissipated Monchief is a manufacturing'1 '
pearances here the past two seasons
Continent.It
a great many prejudices and chemist of soft drinks-holding U. S. I million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate
is now generally realized that misunderstandings."On I jat the head of his own company have in the last
j patents fully covering his different
the tunnel, instead of wouldbe I established him as a favorite min-
a danger, two
the other hand the first cannon J lIe is of the years.
processes. one largest '
strel
star. The show
England's greatest bulwark. It shot fired by the enemy at the stockholders of the American presented by .
Liquid
could easily be destroyed if the enemy English coast has destroyed the illusion Tea and Syrup company, a 150,000 I Mr. O'Brien this season is said to be We are well posted on the value of all classes and
I new throughout with all new and
the French end in fact
captured ,
; a that
England owed its safetyto ,
corporation, and the Globe '
thousand men could hold it againstten its isolation. Syrup ;: elaborate scenery, new acts, features, kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all
I with '
j company manufacturing plants
I 1 and almost an entirely new
million. On the other hand, it company.
"If our military forces were con- 1 i established at Birmingham, Ala. :I Ij bargains in Real Estate
\Ir.
O'Brien
and
would enable reinforcements to be nected by railway lines, our heroic These has written and staged we want customers for Real
j plants were established his I
on
thrown quickly between France and this season a new act dealing with
soldiers could
within
few hours
a for Estate Bargains.
Great Britain.If process patents extracting the :'the prohibition question which he
render each other
support without of tea, the
essence making of the I "
called "Demon
England were invaded, several I ever having to risk the possibility of : from this Hum; or a Dry Town.
i syrups essence, which con- j It is said to be in his best vein of
French corps could be sent through j being shut off or delayed by the fitful !
tain m commercial
caffein
i no more stim-I[ humor, and like all the O'Brien !L
the tunnel in one quarter the time ,, sea."
i ulating, at the time injuri-I
same not
that would be taken now. The trains j j In mentioning the work on the tun- I I sketches of negro character it is a
From the '
ous. tea he makes
could be made up in any part of j! nel before 1870, Mr. Gauhtier referredto tea cola, tea ginger syrups ale,_ tea grape, I i scream from start to finish. WARING REAL L ESTATE COMPANYR.

trance and discharge the troops and the project of a French engineer,
tea cherry, and many other refreshing I WINTER PARK CHURCH NOTE
their impedimenta at a point in Eng- ,J. A. Thome de Gamond. In 1867 he drinks. ,
land near the battle front. I showed specifications of a tunnel J I At the Baptist church next Sunday D. ,,, \RING, Manager
He proposes to combin'e the tea morning the will
The advantage which the tunnel scheme at the world's fair in Paris pastor preach on
would have been to General French's William Lowe, an Englishman, had essence, and tea products in connec-- i the theme, "Heaven; What Kind of' : Rooms I and Watkins Block Phone No.
expeditionary force last August are been laboring on the same problemand tion with the manufacture of th
too obvious to need emphasis. If the they combined forces, finally inducing Florida fruit juices. subject of the sermon will be "The 1115tfAm

tunnel had been in existence, northern the French and British llr.Ioncrief was indpced to come Curtain Lifted; or a Look Behind the

France, and even Brussels, might ernments to appoint an international gov- to Orlando by his friend, Mr. T.1.. Scenes." This church extends a spe- .t..I. . . . . . . . . . . . . .1'.1..1. .

have been saved. J I j commission. Byars, a former resident of Birmingham cial invitation to strangers to wor-

Albert Gauthier, a former member !i It was reported by the commission but for the last two years a cit- ship with them and a cordial welcome -.

of the French chamber of deputies, : that the tunnel would cost $50,000,000and izen or Orange county.In is assured to all. Remember, the

has just addressed the following ap- take about twelve years to build. 1899 Mr. Moncrief spent some I brick church, two blocks from the college I

peal to the English people on the 1 The scheme seemed to be making satisfactory time in Orlando and was much campus. I

subject of the tunnel: ;;t progress when the blight pleased with the town, which has I Leaving FloridaAnd

"You have won greatness in his- 'of the war settled upon it. since grown to be the greatest cityin

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impressed with the superior qualityof !
FIFTEEX,BANDS ATGASPARILLACARNIVAL nicipal band Sear's band, Gourlie's
; the citrus fruits grown in Orange Food 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800
band Gasparilla fife and rum corps and the surrounding counties. His full bearing Orange, Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two
Palmetto band, Bradentown band, St. visit to Florida at this time is with blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addi-
Tampa, Feb. 4.-Fifteen bands will Petersburg band, Wauchula band, the view to the of Beautiful Building LoIs tion to making a home this property will make a yearly return on
establishing
. furnish Winter a plant On South Avenue the investment of from 10 to 25 per cent, according to and
the music for the Gasparilla Haven band, two bands from I for the manufacture of these products Orange: market conditions, price $8,500.00; also crop

carnival, which opens Friday of next Lakeland, Tarpon Springs band, and i j and is impressed that Orlando, near Lake Lucerne, splen- My Residence Property in Winter Park, 12-room, New Modern

week and closes the following Tues- band and Arab Patrol of Morocco; being centrally located in the finest did view of the lake, only dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front, 20 acres of

and Temple, Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, I citrus growing district of the state, blocks from business land highly improved, 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigated
day strenuous efforts 2 1-2
are being garden. is close in
Jacksonville. All of which indicates Property well located, close to the new
, made to add the world-famous Havana that ther will be "some tooting of would be a suitable location for suchan center, nice big shade trees Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough for
" our enterprise. If he can meet with &c. the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16-
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, Municipal Band to this number. own horns" throughout the festive, the proper encouragement from the shrubbery. adjourning 500, and will give possession in 30 days.

"Home industry" will certainly predominate I period. business men of the city, he proposes lot: to one of the best res See owner only. Write or phone me for a date and I will send

in a musical way, and bands I Ito organize a corporation and estab- dences in city.-For sale by my car to any place in Orange County to show you these properties.

wil Florida.Ibe brought from every section of Ring 296 and we do the rest, for j lish a plant here, which would be of WALTER W. ROSE KT). F. KTCTCZraL
Among those engaged so lOcoVarman's Parcel Delivery Ser- great benefit to Orlando and would
far are the following: Alabama Poly vice. 2-5-lmo mean many thousands of dollars per REAL ESTATE BOX 3.", WINTER: PARK, FLORIDA

1 technic Institute band, Auburn, Ala., year to the fruit growers of this dis- Rooms I A 3 Watkins Block Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places.

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Cook to be the best mechanic in the South, he felt that it would be .

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the mechanism of the cars,and find the Buick car, for its price,
will give more service, both in wear and economy in fuel, than .
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still running. They believe in this car, as business men and .
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Any man in the Buick organization who has not proved
I. to himself the advantages, the merits and the value of this
company's guarantee back of each Buick valve-in-head motorcar
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which these cars are built and marketed, overlooks the four -
following great factors to which this company can trace its
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The Buick Motor Co., Guarantees its ValveintheHeadMotor
will develop and deliver more power than any other
motor of the same size-American or foreign make-that's
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the Buick idea of power.

The Buick Motor Co. Guarantees that every man in this.
great organization contributes his best effort to make and
market a car that will at all times and under all circumstancesgive
the owner uninterrupted use of his investment-that's
the Buick idea of service.

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car so carefully that every Buick car built may merit distinc-
tion as a motor car of absolute dependability__that's the .
Buick idea of honesty. .

The Buick Motor Co. Guarantees to be exact in all state-

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actual demonstration a spraying spraying scheme is followed it will w
I Ii scheme has been evolved that will result in an increased yield of two ..
i ERADICATE CITRUS eliminate almost entirely the ravagesof million boxes sent out of the state of .
these pests. For scale insects and Florida. The grade of fruit would be

f PESTS white flies it has been found that much superior to what it is at pres- The Good and Bad Cigar Store :
i |is spraying in May and again in September ent, which would result in its findinga
or October with an oil sprayis more ready and better market.
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highly satisfactory. The only oil &
!.' WHAT THE BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY !J sprays which are suitable for citrus -
j trees ar Target Brand used at about
WILSON AND BRYAN DELIVER
HAS DONE
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FOR FLORIDA CIT- ;11 to 66, and the government formula ADDRESSES Headquarters for Aviators

RUS GROWERSBy i!at 1 to 50, which was originated by I *
this investigation. In order to con-
I Washington, Feb. 3.-The Cham-
trol the rust mites and thereby
prevent -
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I the discoloration and reductionin ber of Commerce of the United States
Orlando, Florida.
f size which they cause the use of began its third annual conventionhere
R The citrus trees are attacked by
some of the sulphur sprays is neces with about six hundred Smoke Brothers "AEROPLANES"
1 many insect pests and mites which interfere today. I Wright
One of these should be used in
sary.
t to a serious extent with the delegates present. President Wilson :
June and perhaps in November, and it
f producing powers' the trees. These and Secretary Bryan were on the
be to with one proI I
'. insects withdraw the sap or the nour- of may the sulphur necessary sprays spray the middle of gram for addresses at the afternoon Newspapers Magazines and Post Cards
: ishment from the tree and thereby ,
depending the abundanceof session. At the session I'I'I
> impair its vitality. Some of these April upon opening reports .
pests also discolor the fruit and reduce the mites, and the spraying in November I of the special committee on

its size very materially. In may not be necessary. If uniform food and drug regulation and j j Agent for Harley-Davidson Motorcycles
lime and sulphur solution is used it
fact, after much careful consideration -
the regular committee statistics
on
should be diluted 1 to 75 of water.If 10f j
it is conservative esti-
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a very ,
sulpho-citrol is used iit should be ; and standards were presented. j
mate to place the damage to the cit-
diluted one gallon to 40, and soluble The Florida delegates to the annual J '
rus industry at 25 per cent. In fact,
it would' be nearer the truth to say sulphur aoout three or four poundsto convention of the National Chamber J
35 per cent. 100 gallons of water. ''of Commerce are: *i 129 So. Orange Ave.

A large part of this damage is The cost of following this spraying Jacksonville-Senator N. P. Bryan, .
the white flies scale insects
caused ,
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First Of Series Articles Of The
club reaches Orlando February 25 it and when Dad Vaughn was ousted as J
will find the boss of the ranch alreadyon manager holey stepped into his WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver

hand in the person of Carleton shoes and made good with a rush. t hear this before
Baseball Club ? Let the Delicatessen Man do it.
Birmingham Molesworth. The genial manager of There's an old story going the I Something new Something New !

the club is shown above. rounds in the Southern League on j jI Try it. Ask Aboir. it. !
Molesworth is known throughoutthe I Moley. Several years ago the Giants Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
three or
South of the wisest base- came south for the more
as one spring training Always have
stock
a of good things to eat on hand
ball managers holding down a berthin trip and landed at Meridian. On the COLD :MEATS: BAKED BEANS CHEESE OUVES-

minor league baseball. lie took Meridian club, then in the Cotton I POTATO SALAD ;

charge of the Barons some six years States League, was a fresh young
J. R. TRESHER :
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I ago, and during his reign as pilot he busher, who had quite a repfor hit- MCHOLSOYS ,
has never finished in the second di- ting all kinds of pitching. Mathewson Phone 26 Bakery

4 vision. heard the kid boasting and decided -

As everyone in Orlando knows, he to teach him a lesson, so he

grabbed off a pennant for the Barons went in the box that afternoon and

last season, and in 1912 he was equally : struck the Meridian youngster out 1

as successful, registering two of four times in succession. The lad

them in three years. lie is a modest was naturally peeved and when thegame THE OLD RELIABLE

7L sort of chap and liked by his men, but was over he rushed up to "Big
he is and will Six" and said:
a strong disciplinarian i DANN'S TRANSFERDr.
:... ii:3: y I not stand for foolishness on a ball i I "That's all right for :you, you big I
club. He believes in clean living and job-lots of bunk, you may fan me out I
sets this example for his hirelings.If i I seven days a week but when you get I B. D. WIENENGA, Prop.

they do not live up to the plans i to Birmingham there's a guy over i

r44r and specifications as outlined by i there that'll mortally rap on your |

r ,, Moley for a ball player, they soon fadeaway or anything else you shove Livery, Draying and HaulingWE
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find themselves in other company, him.
and its generally smaller company And sure enough when Matty

than the Southern League. Moley reached Baronville Moley had on his GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
V '* will not tolerate booze-heads on his batting clothes and had quite a big

: ball club and always fights shy of day of batting at the expense of the
who is intimate "Old Master." I
signing a man on i iI
terms with our friend, the bartender.i Molesworth:: is now bench managerand AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
I never expects to chase flies for a j
The Birmingham manager has as '
I living again. lie is crafty as they
many monickers as a centipede has make 'em and has baseball brains in : Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
I feet. Here are some of the names II ;
car load quantities. When the trip to >
> given him by the sporting fraternityin I
yy. HORSES FOR SALE
I Orlando was first suggested he in-
Birmingham: "Moley, the "Chub-i
dorsed the move and said he believed :i ii .
by Chieftain "Gladys, "Carleton, I
and numerous other monickers. lie i the venture would prove a success. 'Phone 257.. Orlando, FloridatttMttttttttttttttttttttMtt
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knows not why they call him these
make many friends when the Barons
various names and never questions
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pitcher and was with the Washington : 1 I
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secretary of the club who arrived time. Jle hurt his arm, however. I I ;h era: i

here a few days ago, Moley was one
This did not phase him and he started I L *
of the :greatest hitters that Ever appeared ONE NIGHT ONLYi
made
to work as an outfielder and i
in a Southern League\ uniform. good from the jump. lie has never

He was a terror to the pitchers in the tried to pitch since the old soup bone : i FRIDAY FEBRUARY 12 :Hi
i old and last after ,
days even season '
went back on him. '
having been in retirement for a cou- . Return of last '
cyclonic
I He spends his winters in Frederick, season success OSCAR F. !
j pie of years, his star swatter Pete I HODGE the
:Maryland: his old home, and has a j presents incomparable star, creator of progressive J ;
Kniseley, was carried to the Chicago minstrels.
I home there. lie announced on his return ) :
Cubs. He felt like he needed a little
to Birmingham, however, this
1 more hitting strength for the (club so 50
I spring that he and Mrs. :Molesworthhad : I I NEIL O'BRIEN
I he got back in harness and batted OTHERS A
I about decided to make their residence -
i them out with the same fierceness of
I old. His hitting was largely J -cspon-' | in Birmingham the year round AND HIS GREAT i
after this as he had gotten used to MINSTRELS :
sible for his team winning the pennant. AMERICAN
the Southern clime and found it'much ,

I kinder to a fellow than the weather All New this Season-Songs-Act Features. '

Southern Moley has been playing in the officials Maryland:: who sometimes '. \ Timely Prices, 75c. $1.00 and $1.50, No Higher, Sale 9 A I

CARLETON lIOLESWOInllIAX, AGER BIRMINGHAM BASEBALL League for the past decade I have the audacity of forcing sixteen .m. Wednesday..
and was with Montgomery when he below zero weather on the perfectly
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climate the substantial benefits yielded by a ccrrpany which cperates a water works, an electric. lighting and pc vier plant, nice

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A prime necessity of life is furnished from a pumping Light and Power is a factor which is very important }
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very the development of a town. In our station we have four a
system of mains. The source is a spring-fed lake, yielding a generating units with an aggregate capacity of 1,000 Kilowatts '0'

soft, clear, tasteless and PURE water, which is one of Or- per hour. Our distribution system is ample and extensive \

, lando's boasts. Our citizens are justly proud of the Orlando . ,properly constructed and maintained. Visiting utility ..
water, and many people have come here to live largely be- men have expresed amazement at the rapid growth of this de- |
cause it is so agreeable and wholesome. .
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partment especially the development of our motor busi-
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ciated by all who become familiar with its advantages. A ured from distilled water is an essential,and the quality of our I

complete new plant makes it possible to supply a city several product is unquestioned. Deliveries are made through the
times the size of Orlando, and our service is maintained at a Orlando Ice Company, who are equipped with Ice storage '

high standard. A full line of gas appliances is carried on display - rooms, Auto trucks and delivery wagons, for the accommodation -

at our office, enabling our customers to select from a of the public.
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We invite inquiries at our office which is conveniently located on Orange Avenue opposite the San

Juan Hotel. Our Company f fs a local organization, built and brought up to its present size and standards by the,

same management which continues to operate its plants. We realize that our interests are common with those of

the community and feel entitled to the co-operation of all Orlando people in our endeavor to furnish tnem with a

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PUBLIC SCHOOL EXHIBIT NAT principal numbers were a historyof FEBRUARY 13

Sophocles, by Theresa Warner, and :

I THE FAIR an introduction to the tragedy, "Oedi Jacksonville, Feb. 4.-The greatest
; pus, the King," which was read by
gathering of the Nobles of the Mystic .
II Miss Harris. This is the first of a .
number of Greek plays which the Shrine ever held in the state of
ALL GRADES ARE OUT TO
I Florida will be 13 whena
club proposes to read. As the num- on February ,

I WIN MIDWINTER FAIR ber of characters in the play corresponds special" train on the Seaboard will

I PRIZES to the number of members, land in Tampa the Xobles Morocco\
lots wer drawn to decide which char-
Temple of Jacksonville led by its'fam-
Spelling Match to He Held Dur- acter each member would represent.At .
..j Arab Patrol in its and
ous gorgeous
this meeting Miss Marris, chair-
ing Next Week Will
man of the constitution committee, glittering uniforms of gold and silver -

I II HayeIuch submitted her report and read the and the Arab band of many

: TO THE FIRST I'ARTY WHO AGREES Interest proposed constitution, which was pieces. \
I adopted as read.A This galaxy of the nobility of
TO BUILD MODERN COTTAGE 1 I By Arthur hey committee consisting of Xina Shrinedom will form the escort of I u-

For weeks pupils of the various Swearingen and Theresa Warner was : lustrious Potentate Dr. C. W. John-
with not less than six rooms I will ,
'grades have been industriously at appointed to report at the next regular -, son and his divan, most of whom will

sell any lot I own in Orlando for I,work preparing exhibits to represent i meeting as to the advisability of be accompanied by their wives, sisters -

I I he club selecting and purchasing pins. , mothers or sweethearts. A spe-
the school at the Orange county fair. : cial ceremonial session will be held in
Willis Rogers is chairman of the
ONE HALF ITS VALUE
Everything imaginable, from product next program committee. This guar- the Tampa Bay casino when it is expected -
I to geometric solids has been :
maps antees a fine program. that many of the unregenerate .
prepared, and will be in place when '
I Mid-Terms Over sons of the desert on the West
the fair opens Tuesday. Of course I Coast will the
attempt perilous tripI
I Mid-terms This
CARL DAMN REAL ESTATE are over. may
: every one is hoping to win a prize, i I I towardIecca..
seem a simple statement, but remember -
CO. I and it is easy to see that some are please, that every little sentence ;1 A special train has been provided,
bound to be disappointed. However,
has am eaning all its own. This truthis : the train'crew being made up of
"if at first don't succeed," etc. :
you Shriners, and ample accommodations
especially true of the above, for,
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Promoters ofCONCORD- Spelling MatchA to the students who have lately com- 1: at Port Tampa have been provided
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feature of the fair which is ; ,
for the entertainment of the visiting
pleted their exams for the first semester -
I arousing considerable interest in those three small words are ;i hosts. The train service will be-complete -
school circles is the inter-county spell
full of meaning. One-half of the and up to date, consisting of
ing match. We do not know how I
steel Pullmans and coaches throughout. -
school j ear's work is done, and whether -
entrants there will be from the
4$ I many it be well or poorly done these ; .
a'e .Orlando schools but it is safe
a guess exams will show.O1L.XDO. Special train will leave Jacksonvilleat
PARK that our colors will be well repre- I 10:30 p. m, February 12, arriving -

; Z I sented. I in Tampa at 7 next morning. For
Tree Surgery "CITY BEAUTIFUL" ;I! further information address L. B.

!'I When the packing houses west of 'Tis said our "City Beautiful" '! Washington, chairman Morocco Tem-

'I the school house burned a year or Has lost her name so fair I I pie transportation committee, 208

two ago several of the large oaks on The name which ev'ry tourist knew, West Bay street, Bell phone 2097,
COLONIAL PARK 'I that side of the campus were badly Who came from ev'rywhere.That "as arrangements are now being com-

scorched. Since that time things pleted for this pilgrimage.
in the "City Beautiful,
have been going from bad to worse Where life is all so free I The annual Gasparilla carnival will

for these trees. That all who came to visit her, I be held in Tampa at this time, and
Borers came, decay set in, their Cared nowhere Ise to be. :will be an enjoyable event for all

HIGHLAND GROVE strength was sapped-in fact, it Her beautiful plants and flowers I|whose pleasure it may be to join thisI
seemed probable that the day was And peaceful, graceful palms. I I pilgrimage. There will be th eusual
!;not far distant when they would give Brought glad' smiles to all their faces, I| Shriners' fantastic parade, with the
f Just by their silent charm.
i up the ghost. Had events been al- !'victims for initiation, and more than

Ilowed to take their natural course And the sun, in all its splendor" : one thousand Shriners with their red

death would have been the result for It's rays upon them played i|fezes and full dress suits from many
COLONIAL HILLS While the oaks along the parkways
the oaks and the would have
campus I temples I in other oases, will partici-
I Spread o'er them cooling shade.
lost some beautiful trees the growth i!pate. '

I iof years. Her people are all so pleasant
Happily nature was forestalled, a You'll be pleased them to meet I AXOTilER POLO CONTEST IS
I In their homes or in their churches,
tree being called to the res YEAR'S
surgeon PLANNED FOR THIS
TALO\IA Or on their new paved street.
cue. After chipping away all the decayed MIDWINTER FAIR

wood, removing borers, and Her new name chief is for leadingIn
coating the cut and bruised surfaces bus'ness enterprise. Another fascinating polo game is
I For she's not only beautiful.
with a disinfectant, he filled the hollows But also very wise. set for the midwinter fair and will
I with concrete so that a new arouse all sorts of interest among the

I growth may surround and at last con- "Florida's Chief Inland City" fair's great throngs of patrons. Or-

I i ceal all traces of the old wounds. It's Rises because by push bright and people pull,liv ein lando has enjoyed the distinction of

!Thus modern scientific methods will Our "City Beautiful." being the only city in Florida that

probably save these trees. -G. B., Orlando Booster. has had a polo team of any weight
Senior Class MeetingAn and prestige. The Orlando Polo Club
t 4 interesting meeting of the Sen- Warman will deliver that parcel or dates back to 1887, when it was first
note for ten cents; just call 296.
ior Classical club occurred last Tues-
2-5-lmo organized, and up to the present time

.- ,-- day afternoon. For this occasion a many interesting matches have been
short but interesting program had Mighty convenient-Sentinel wants. staged during the winter season.

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French Recruits Benefited By MOST SENSATIONAL OFFER EVER MADEWe


have recently purchased the entire stocks of a dealer ;
Study Of Actual Battlefields v

going out of business, and we have decided to offer them to t 1
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Paris, Feb. 5.-The recruits of the in conformity with military regula- :9
t 1915 and 1916 classes have been tions. GET THESE BARGAINS QUICK, WHILE THEY LAST

trained with a thoroughness not pos- Upon their arrival at Meaux the Send us no money, but write us that you wish to examineour 1 '
; sible in time of peace because they men were divided into five groups and
could be shown actual battle fields. each was guided by an officer of the goods and one of our agents will calll at your house.

In order to fit the men for service inS general staff under General Chapel, Address HORACE BISHOP, Kissimmee.
the field they have been taken in de- commander of the district, for a visitto
tachments to the front to observe the the captured German trenches be-
conditions which prevail there. tween Varreddes and GueaTresmes.After .
They study the trenches and are a cold luncheon at Verreddes,
given practice in, being transportedfrom I a column was formed for a visit to y '
point to point as they will be in I the field of battle, and the men were
, actual warfare. told by the officers of the recent successes -
The men of the 1915 and 1916 I gained at this point by the
drafts in the department of the Seine French soldiers.
Mens Watches.
belonged mostly to' 367 military societies The return was made by way of Bracelet Watches

and through these General Panchard, on the Meaux, where an
Gallieni worked, because regular mobilization encampment was made. The follow MEN'S WATCH 16 size, thin BRACELET WATCH EXTENSION -
had been disorganized. He ing morning the party left the Meaux model, fine gold, filled case, war- high grade, gold
ordered a trial march, including a trip and made intrenchments under the direction .,- - ranted 20 years. New York filled case, warranted 20 years,
to the field of battle north of the of active officers. This work TF- j Standard movement; made to ... Rood jewelled Swiss movement.
:Meaux. Here they made a' study of done, the 1,600 young men, formingin look like solid gold These watches are gaining inpopularity
French and German trenches and marching columns, returned to : PRICE $7.50 ? very handsome, and
themselves dug trenches with the Paris. will give good service.

most modern implements.There Perfect discipline was maintained PRICE $7.50
were 1,600 young fellows in throughout the whole march. This ,; ; Same, Mother of Pearl Case.
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a party I observed. They left for the was made easy because of the enthu- PRICE $6.50
Meaux by military train from Parisat siasm of the boy soldiers. General .
Gallieni, who has since to Alsace
seven a. m. and returned from the gone -
east the following day. The entrain-j was present in person to inspire
ing and transportation were strictly his men. I


CARR RECITAL ENJOYEDThe Song," and "Land of the Sky-Blue
Water," scored distinctive successes,
Ladies' Friday Musicale scoredan while "Laddie," and other numberswere
artistic triumph and added great- notable renditions.
ly to its list of successful achieve- Miss Roberta Branch, accompanist, ':.. 1;
ments with the presentation of Mr. added greatly to the enjoyment of the ,
and Mrs. Forrest Dabney Carr in recital evening with her artistic work at the
at the Gwynne auditorium last piano. There was a representative
audience and the Ladies' Friday
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Both of these talented singers were Musicale Club received many congratulations -
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satility of appeal, was enjoyed from !evening of music of the quality pro- BRAND" -
Silverware, will fill the want of '
the opening to the closing number. vided.-Fort Myers Press. _
Mr. Carr was in splendid voice and I every fit. family for a complete out- E ,i, -1111; ;; t

fulfilled all the glowing promises that I WILL SPEAK ON ABRAHAM LINCOLN -
had been made for him; Mrs. Carr i| SUNDAY 6 Tablespoons
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was decidedly an acquisition to the I I j On Sunday morning, Pet>ruary 7, 1 Butter Knife
program and her numbers were equally I Rev. Eleanor Gordon, minister of the 6 Forks _
enjoyable.In 'I Unitarian church, will speak on Abraham "6 Knives
the recitation of "Slumber Ro- Lincoln, the True Democrat.
1 Sugar Shell
mance," "A Seminole Indian Legend,"I in a nice leatherette case.
"Drum Major," and in the lighter i SPECIAL PEACE SERVICE AT
PRICE ;
numbers offered as encores, Mr. Carr UNITY CHAPEL I

scored heavily. All the other num-1 There will be a special Peace service -
bers of Mr. Carr were warmly re at Unity Chapel on February 14.
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Made Thee" "Bohemian Cradle tween England and the United States.

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'various reasons. NOT 'only the very low prices of our proposition but also our terms will surprisethe


most sanguine investor. The properties we have to offer embrace some of the most attractiveand


finest City Homes in any part of of the city, also elegant Country Homes as well as smaller


Country Houses suitable for smaller investors. Some desirable City Building Lots in the heart of the :


city from $350 np to $3,000, which will, in price, compare very favorable with any lot sold, even at auction or private sales,

Improved an Unimproved Lands and Groves. As this company finances all their deals we offer more liberal terms than can
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Absolutely a genuine clearance sale for parties who have to sell, and 'this is a rare opportunity to make your ..


money go farther than any other chance you may ever get to buy Orlando property at a sacrifice.No .

matter how small or how large an investment you wish to make we are in position to suit them all and

guarantee satisfaction.


By calling at our office you can convince yourself this is a GENUINE CLEARANCE SALE without any string :

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