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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 9, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00479
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16 THE MORNING SENTINEL 16


P! ES PAGESVOLUME




TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1915. NUMBER 310. *




MID-WINTER FAIR U. S. SAYS "STOP "





OPENS TO PUBLIC USE OF U. S. FLAG MUST CEASE '



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Latest Photo Of Aviator Kuhl USE OF STARS AND STRIPESBY

THIS MORNING BRITISH BRINGS

Who Will Thrill Fair Crowds OBJECTION .


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I MIGHT BRING GERMAN PROTESTAnd

DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT OF I RACING TALENT TODAYIS THE FIFTH ANNUAL FAIRIS

UNUSUAL AND TIMELY NOW IN FULL
This Is Exactly What the
INTEREST PREMIER QUALITY SWING
I
I United States Does Not


RNE ARTS "DEPT IS WONDERFUL!i D. LOCKHART HAS SUPERB TYPICAL MUSIC GREETS EAR Desire, and Forestalls

ARRAY OF HORSES IN Complaint

A Visit to Fine Arts Building LINE FOR WEEK'S CARD- And Sundry Cries of Barkersand Washington, Feb. 8.-Great Britain
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Shows Great Amount of $2,000 IN PURSES TO BE Spielers Adds Enchantment is to be told that the United States

GIVEN AWAYThe "would view with disfavor a further.
Labor Has BeenExpended to the
use of the American flag" as in the
SceneTo
Sentinel publishes a partial t pending case of the Lusitania. k
_,.
By Arthur hey list of the unusual racing talent that the weird and fascinating + A representation to England is un-{

A feature of the fair that has will feature this year's Midwinter strains of "Get Out and Get Under derstood to be already in possessionof

I Fair that opens today and continues Ambassador Page at London although -
shown immense growth in the numberof played as only a soul-defying

exhibits and the interest shown by throughout the week. The racing merry-go-round electric organ can Secretary Bryan and other

patrons is the "domestic depart I cards will have interest in plenty for play it, to the accompaniment of the state department officials said today '

ment." The name is something of a I fair patrons. shrieks and moans and shrill cries of the case of the Lusitania was "still.
"
misnomer, although it does includethe Under.the direction of David Lock- the venders and barkers with the under consideration.
An informant of the International
.
hart of tuneful sobbings of the cotton candyman
superintendent racing, many
works of a domestic science department
News Service as to the action of the
and the knock a baby down art- I
of fast horses have been
strings
as taught in the schools. pro- state department says the represen-
ist the fifth annual Subtropical Mid-
However many other articles of interest cured, all of which will participate in tation to Great Britain is to be in a
winter Fair throws ajar its gates to-
I
that is
may be found there even to the racing program a daily perfectly friendly spirit and can not
interest the feature of the fair, starting this af day.The .,. ':#: technical
constreed in
mere man, who does not II fair will continue throughoutthe be a sense as
care what any other family's jelly or ternoon. one of protest.
week and with agreeable weather
table cloth looks like as long as his ]I During the year the race track has I These things are pointed out as
there will be a larger attendance than K'
suits him. I been resurfaced a cost of more : immediate
own contributing to
necessary
i than and is declared to be in ever before testifying to the wide
$2,000, I
Coin collections
antique, silver and action by the government:
the
of publicity given exposi-
I
range
condition and of the fast-
superb one
china, and has
an interesting group of "First this government reasonto
ahcient canes, swords and legal pa- I|est courses in the South and the I tion and the energetic advertising believe if it does not act promptly
the officers and
1 campaign given by
pers are in the care of the efficient fastest in the state. Germany will be obliged to protest to
At 1:30 o'clock this afternoon the directors of the greatest inland at-
ladies the i, Great
young on second floor of the state department against
.
KARL KUIIL
traction in the Southland. DARING BIRDMANKarl
the main building.All big races start. Just take a look at Britain's misuse of the American flag.
I the fast and will There will be everything on the Kuhl, born and raised in Orlando, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Kuhl,
evidence the first of following racers you "Second if the United States did
entries on day i know what is in store for you at the grounds from fine arts to racing and arrived in Orlando Saturday and will make five thrilling flights at the Fair ,
assembling points to a new itself clearly and promptly -
from exhibit to fruit dis Grounds in his specially constructed not express
i a poultry a Kuhl-Baysborfer biplane Baysborfer
will be
record for the number of individual grounds. $2,000 given away such misuse of the flag,
I in this week-a stimulant that play. In fact, there will be some- 1-eing his partner. Kuhl received his aerial training at Mineola L I., and in against a
exhibitors, in departments A to II of purses would be justified in declaring -
I adds zest to the thing to interest and appeal to all t the past few years has made millions gasp by his sensational performances Germany
the domestic exhibits An increase sport. to the United States that it was
classes of people from babies to beneath and beyond the clouds. Kuhl raced to Orlando Saturday from San-
of 200 in the number of Come one, come all, and see some unneutral condition.
entry tick-i f iof I grandfathers.Late ford in his biplane making the distance in 28 minutes. His machine worksas "tolerating an
the classiest in
ets last racing ever staged if Great Uri .'a i.
over year proved insufficient, It iff pointed out ;
this i section. last evening virtually every- a charm and in it he is permitted to perform dazzling feats that others :
and a hurry call sent to the the American flag
induced to
was j
up :I The horses the thing connected with the fair was in pale before. Don't fail to see an Orlando boy in his dizzy performances. respect .
printer late for ,r following are on have little in
yesterday to the will excuse
care
( grounds and ready for the start: strict position, and today perfect displays His first flight will be made this morning at 11:15 o'clock. Germany
overflow business.
. entertaining suspicion against any
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j R. L. Lynch of near Sanford, Sem- exhibitions and programs will
This is cause for satisfaction amongall vessel flying that flag.
interested in the well I inole county: Minnie Craig running attest to the thoroughness of the
fair as as
horse; 5 show horses; 3 thoroughbred splendid management.The .
the stockholders. For it that
the exhibitors of previous means years areas 'j I colts; 1 harness horse. poultry exhibit will open the PROGRAM 1004 y'S EVENTS

a whole well pleased with the I C. M. Hand, of Sanford Seminole eyes of every Florida fancier and MEXICO CITY IS
stimulate him to greater effort the
;
manner in which the domestic depart- county: Hal Pulaski, 2:151-4; Silver
I' racing card is one that is high class
Toodles Seminole colt DellaI
ment is conducted. county ;
and should enlist the sympathy of MORNING
Many ladies have brought fancywork 1 I ., green trotter.
9:30 A. M.-Band concert.
and fruit products this week for I I Senator W. M. Igou, Eustis: Tom every person with a grain of red PARALYZED BY
10 A. M.-Civic parade assembles.
I 2:191-4 Red blood in his veins; the fine arts dis-
Riley, pacer ; Toodles
the fifth time which means every 10:30 A. M. Parade starts. (For details 9 of section two.
see
I I Lake county bred colt; Prince saddle play is on a larger scale than ever page )
year of the fair.
Opening exercises at Fair Grounds.
horse. before; the stock and cattle will vie
There have been errors and misun- I 11:15 A. M. Aerial Karl Kuhl.AFTERNOON.
I flight by DECREEALL
derstandings in the past but never C. H. Sprague Ocala: Joe Chimes, with every other exhibit and is better .

intentional and the secretary is always -I I green pacer 2:24; Adeline Wilkes and more comprehensive than all pre-
1:45 P. .-Races.
vious fairs thrown together. .
trotter Edna Liska, running
green ;
more than glad to do his part'I horse. Everything that it is possible to 4:00 P. JL-Special attractions in the Midway.Today's ,
in the attempt to please the greatest BUSINESS AT A STAND-
Sam Igou, Ocala Buena Venture crowd into an exposition of this sort
:
possible number of exhibitors. IN
I will be in evidence and to miss the STILL THE
record 2:2034Vatermelon, bay -
There has been frequent revision CardFirst
2:31. fair will be a source of everlasting Racing CAPITALBANKS
of the premium list, in an effort to trotter
It is worth miles of travelto
I John Cranor, Deland Arbiter regret.
keep it available to any person desir- : Race-Class 214. Pacing. Purse $150.

ing to show their handiwork in com- |I Dare, 4 year old, saddle horse; Lottie get a glimpse of one department No. 1. Tom Riley, b. g. W. M. Igou, owner; C. H. Sprague, driver. AND STORES ARE CLOSED
and those residing within the
petition. ,i Chief, saddle mare; Raybo, saddle county No. 2. Hal Pulaski, c, g. S. M. Hand, owner; C. M. Hand driver.
and the three neighboring counties
Articles are added to the list if the I i I horse; Roney, pony.C. No. 3. Babie S., b. m. Geo. H. Sprague, owner; G. H. Sprague, driver.N. .

number exhibited warrants the addi-i A. Dorscher Jacksonville: Pay- participating should come and remain 4. Buena Venture, g. g. S. N. Igou, owner; S. N. Igou driver. Zapatistas Growing StrongerDaily

tion; and likewise an article of cook- I! ton Breckinridge, running horse; Former all week. Second Race-Class 2:21. Trotting. Purse $150.
|! -Villareal Is Still in
ery or piece of needlework which is j running horse. No. 1. Watermelon, b. g. S. N. Igou owner; S. N. Igou, driver. .

listed but not exhibited, is promptly i W. W. Yates, Orange county: Pony UP No. 2. Gleason b. m. G. H. Sprague owner; G. H. Sprague, driver.N. Jail-Vilistas Win at
HOLD SUSPECTSDETAINED
FOUR
dropped. I,, May, runner; Doc, runner; Mary, run- 3. Lady Patch, b. m. P. F. Hamlin, owner; P. F. Hamlin, driver. Monterey

Yearly revisions of the catalogue ner.A. No. 4. Adeline Wilkes, b. m. J. M. Oliver owner; C. II. Sprague driver.

by the young ladies in charge, some i,1 D. Wells, Orange county: Bra- AT Third Race-Half Mile Dash. Purse $50.; Washington Feb. .-Business is

of whom have assisted every year of. dy W., runner. No. 1. Land Star s. g. Dr. B. Weininga, owner; W. S. Waring up. paralyzed in Mexico City, because of

the fair, keeps the premium list as !'I P. F. Hcmlin. Poughkeepsie, N. Y.: No. 2. Peyton B., b. g. C. Doscherd owner; Otto up. the decree of Carranza in which he

efficient as it is possible to make it, : ('n"t'n. green pacer, trial 2:161-4; STUART No. 3. Miss Edna s. m. C. H. Sprague owner; C. H. Sprague up. has "nullified" the currency issued by

with a careful consideration of the I John B, 2:291-4. No. 4. Cary Elder s. m. D. C. Hill, owner. the recent Zapata and Villa adminis-

very cosmopolitan population of the Geo Sprague, Jacksonville: RubyS. Fourth Race-One-fourth Mile Dash. Purse $2;}. tration of the government.The .

various counties taking part. ., 2:21 1-4; two green trotters. PALM BEACH LIMITED WAS No.1. Dock b. g. W. W. Yates, owner; Joe Pedrick up. banks and principal stores are

All exhibits will be in place by ten Jake Crosscutt, Jacksonville: Billy HELD. UP SUNDAY No. 2. Ruby Hill b. m. Alvin Dann, owner; A. Dann up. closed If assistance is not at once

o'clock this morning and they are Melson, 2:241-4. NIGHT No. 3. Busy, s. m. J. F. Mclnarney, owner; J. Goodbred up. given the poor, the most serious con-

'veil worthy of the interest of every I J. Mclnarney,Jacksonville: Busy, No. 4. Palsy b. m. J. F. Hill owner; Barber up. sequences may be expected. Advicesto

woman visiting the fair. Entering I.runner. Four Men, All Masked, Relieve -- the state department are that Car-
the same article in competition more II W. M. Davis, Orlando: Dutchland, TURKS ARE IN FULL RETREAT ranza is shipping supplies out of the e

than once is not encouraged by the 2:15 12. Passengers of Money and BODY OF ONE OF MISSING' city and ha "articles of prime neces-

fair officials, and the entries in the I' D. Lockhart, Orlando: Maxie Di- Jewels-Women Not London, Feb. .-It is officially announced sity are daily getting scarcer."

c'omestic department this year con- rect, 2:101-4; Little Hal, 2:2314.R. Molested that the Turks who attackedthe Reports to the department tonight

f-it almost entirely of work done by L. Lockhart Inverness: R. Suez canal are in full retreat to MEN fOUND IN show that the Zapatistas are grow-

the exhibitors during the past year. Little green pacer.B. P.I Stuart Fla., Feb. 8.-Four men the eastward, this statement being issued ing stronger daily around Mexico

Beacham, Orlando: Don Peter suspected of being principals in the tonight by the official press bureau -I CREEK City and they are expected to be

BANKS WILL CLOSE WEDNESDAY by Peter Donner 2:0814.Dr. hold up of passengers traveling on based on the report from the joined very soon by larger forces of

AFTERNOON Weinenga, Orlando: Landstar, the Palm Beach Limited from Jack- British headquarters at Cairo in Villa, which left Irapuato and are

I thoroughbred runner. sonville to Miami last night are be- which it is said the losses of the en- A. G. GARDNER OF BALTIMORE marching on the capital. It is ex-

Tomorrow afternoon the State Alvan Dann, Orlando: Ruby Hill, ing held here pending investigation of emy are more than at first supposed.No pected at any moment this junctionwill

Bank, the Orlando Bank and Trust runner.D. their cases. The men were arrested Turkish forces are now within DISAPPEARED be effected and that Mexico City

Company and the People's National C. Hill, Lockhart: Cary Elder, here at a late hour last night after twenty miles of the canal, accordingto JANUARY 22 will again be in the hands of Villa

Bank win close their doors and join King Leaf, Elder Leaf, King Elder, the news of the robbery, which occurred the statement. and Zapata.

the merry fair crowd, leaving the dollars all runners. I near here, reached the author- Body Shows He Was Shot in Dispatches dated February 7 from

and pennies and drafts and bills ,ities.The THE WEATHER Back of Head-His Face Monterey say the fighting is in prog-

to enjoy secluded comfort in the bank SMALLPOX AT MANCHESTER I four men who robbed the train Florida: Fair Tuesday and Wednes- Also Was Badly ress on that day near the city. On

vaults, afar from the maddening COLLEGE I boarded it at Stuart and, all masked, day. the day before there had been a bat-

throng of other ever shifting cur- they soon proceeded to hold up the Mangled tie between the Vfllistas and Carran-

rency. The banks will reopen for Washington Feb. 8.-Manch:' ter male passengers on the platform of brakeman and after leveling their revolvers zistas and a large number of the lat-
Wrfaka Fbu Feb. 8. The of
body
,
:business Thursday morning as usual. college with an enrollment of -iOO the observation car. At the point of at him forced him to bring ter wer killed, wounded or taken pris-
students was quarantined today fol I revolvers the women were Alonzo G. Gardner, of Baltimore was
passengers the
the train to a stop. As the train oners. A dispatch to departmentfrom
Curtis & O'Neal are showing beau lowing an outbreak of smallpox. The :forced to enter the car, and thoughnone slowed down the men jumped to the found late Sunday in a dense pal- Vera Cruz says that General
'
tiful Valentines cards and booklets. institution is located in North Man- of them were molested several ground and made their escape. I metto thicket along the banks of Raft Villareal who had been accused of
:
The Orange Ave. Book and Music chester and it is feared the disease fainted. After obtaining some money Several posses were immediately creek, near Georgetown Fla. Death co-operating with Villa, is still in jail

Store. may become an epidemic in the twotu and jewelry the bandits found the organized to search for the robbers. (Continued off page 4)) at Mexico City.


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HOTELSTHE class waitresses wanted at the |
w HOW TO ALWAYS HAVE Empire hotel quick. 7-ltc I
<:. BUTTONS ON WAISTS. Z I I i Seeds Seeds Seed f

\VANTED-Second hand desk, hat
KEYSTONE HOTEL :; In: rOIlUlU know how di>- rack bed, couch. Address Box :351.
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; l'Uuragiug.it is to pick up a mull 263t.FOR
Corner West and Church Streets wait NEW STORE
or net ju..t home from the T
Splendid service Excellent rooms. Hot and cold water. One of the best :!: laundry and tiud holt either in :r J RENT-Furnished for light
cooks in the!stale.! Rates 1.M' per week and up. tJifial rates to parties ..;.. the wa-hln;: or ironing the buttons '? housekeeping suite of large, pleas-
wishing table board. < have ",) ant rooms; bath hot and cold water; NEW SEEDSSweet
4 pulled out pieces of *
electric lights; private family; close
W. G. DUNCAN ) *
Prop the matt-rial le.ivini; torn see- J in. Phone 520. 312 North Main St.
:t boos uu either :side of each buty: 2-7-6t.
Corn Field Corn Teas Beans
:; tOil. .Etc. We I.
THE WINDERMEREChoice j It has l eeii su;:s*ted that instead <<.. ; guarantee our seeds to be fresh.Don't .
;Z; of letting: this occur the Dr. S. S. Jones
All Modern Conveniences waist l>e made with buttonholes .,
Location be for
"* disappointed, come to us Drugs
::; on either side and that the buttons CHIROPRACTOR
Excellent Table Good Water Reasonable Rates 4, HieiiiNeUes l IK fastened on a <.> and Garden Seed.City .
Z talk the same color as the waist. ::: graduate Davenport College, 17 and
Beautiful Lake Lucerne Orlando Fla. 18 Yowell-Duckworth building phone
On .S Then both l ilzes eau IH buttoned < ; :
209. Intelligent people everywhereare
:Z: one 011 top of the other to the :rtitalent. z: being restored to health by chiropractic i

"COLLIER GROVE"-ON LAKE APOPKAFOR + The same string of but- .t adjustments, the new science
VISIT ; tonsill serve, for a number of ::) of removing the cause of disease. Examination I I Drug* Store
THE BEST FISHING '!' \\Lite waKU. free. 12-:4-1mo::
On main country road, four miles east of Clermont and three miles west of ;7 I'or stiff linen waists this ar4

Ookland; 16 miles west of Orlando, at Bear's Gap Station, T. & G. R. R. ;' ranelDent will also be Aund SIGNS "A GOOD DRUG STORE." .
Parking place for Autos. Fine Pier and Pavilion and Picnic Grounds. Tripsto very mvenient. It is much Q

wonderful "Boiling Springs." Steel Motor and Row Boats, well equipped :r.? simpler buttons, to than iron with.the front and the without but- '.!'I Gold Leaf and Aluminum, on J. L. DEAN P a.O.

for hire. Agents for Ferro Motors and Mullin's Steel Boats. I !?: tons van be adjusted on their ;Z;I Glass or Wood ,

Oakland Office with T. Connell, Grocer. Telephone at residence "Collier I 4> tape: later. Cloth Signs and Big Bulletinsa " " . . . . . . , IIIIIIIMfc
Grove," call Monte Verde. Pavilion on pier. Can be engaged for dancing I specialty

purposes. I I have Morgan with me and can

II I FOR THE KIDDIES.How give prompt service
WRIGHT SEED CO.We
Home Comforts Service Finest Rooms in City .
to Make Soap Bubbles to Amuse GEO. A. BARKER
the Children.
Sanitary:Inspection Rated 100 110 West Pine St. the Stock of
Making soap bubbles is great sport carry Largest Seed in

for the children when they are con- Orange Lounty. Agents for the Celebrated
fined indoors. The first thing to he DoctorsBilekillasfer -
THE NEW GRANDHENRY considered!' i-t the preparation of the I National Guano Fertilizers

3ARTLETT. solution. Plain yellow soap is the mot & Bmndagc I
Prop.
reliable. It should be rubbed patientlyinto 206 So. Orange Ave.
bowl of
a tepid water until a OSTEOPATHS
heavy lather is formed. Every: par-
European Plan 15 West Pine St.,
ticle of lather must then be removed Personal instruction under Dr. Still

Rooms with Bath Orlando, Fla. from the surface with a spoon. at Kirksville, Mo.

The bubbles will be larger and last Hours, 9 to 12; 1 to 5; Evenings by I
longer if a little glycerin is added to appointment.

TOURISTS ATTENTION! the soapy \witer. They may then be 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
blown with an ordinary clay pipe and National Bank. Phone 578.

1 We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando I will grow from five to six inches in --- --- :

Prepared by our New York Cook diameter without bursting. Moisten: s1
Dr. F
he forefinger with the soap solution Thompson ;
and try to (rush it through the bubble
100 Rooms Bath, Steam Heat. $1.00 well toward the center. If the bubble DENTISTRecently I _

will stand this test the solution is of New York .
Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water ready for use. but if it bursts when Over Curtis & O'Neals, Orange Ave.24d&wlm.1 BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS

touched more soap must be rubbed into LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS ,
EMPIRE HOTEL the water until the above experimentcan .
be successfully accomplished.With DISAPPOINTMENT Effective from August 1, 1914 to August ,

a correctly prepared solution Comes to those who buy "old garden I 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduce
54 Light Housekeeping Rooms in bubble blowing depends
success seed." Our store is new, our seeds I tion during that time:
mainly upon the observance of two
simple rules: First the solution when are fresh. Don't be disappointed.I $555.00 .
Car
ROSSMORE INNWindermere once made must never be shaken up or Come to us for pure drugs and fresh ; Touring -

stirred; second everything upon whicha garden seed. City Drug Store J. L. Runabout 505.00 ...
bubble is to be blown must be liberally Dean. 2-3-2wksc .
F O. B. Orlaad.. AH c.n fall .sippeL
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smeared with the soapy mixture.To

This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric blow a string of bubbles, first 646- I mrthcr. .. will W a M. .. taI. UM .ilm.. ffld.me.,
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throw it into PHONE tad th. alai... e .t La .ry.rrb..l.e
blow from the pipe .
one fac"ry pr.dacti.a
lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite with ? .r a..atwt.fi..I
..... If w. r-ada
depart.eats
Lath. the air; blow a second catch the first. AUTO FOR HIRE and ...... ...
Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish- ears fc twe.i tfc. 4 ) .
and so on. With practice a chain of FIRST CLASS REPAIRING
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ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. tad rfU" w. ftacll this pred-actJea. agra to 9V."
five six bubbles be formed. Its ..
or *
may BARNARD & SON the .yu'. .hare tnm ill .. fit per CM <.a .r
blow numberof p.rel--. a -w;
a simple matter to a A..t 1.IJ1S to every retail fcy.1-
bubbles one inside the other. To do 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla. r.rd car between A.pet 1. 111. and A....t 1. 1M*.
this. first poor a very thin film of soap 2-10-iiu F.r farther .artinllan npr4l.11 tIaeee law price u4 pr.llt-
THE OSCEOLASTEAM solution upon & sheet of glass. Then h.rinc. pl... M. ..
with a straw blow upon the glass a
F. G. RUSH,
good sized hemispherical bubble. Now ORLANDO
HEAT THROUGHOUT dip the straw a second time into the Phone 226JUST .

Magnolia and Robinson Ave J. w. HURLEY \ solution. thrust it boldly through the .
Manager big bubble and proceed to blow a

somewhat smaller! one within. Repeatthe PLUMBING CO

Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round very process pretty as series often of as Iridescent possible and hemispheres a- ,.
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European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite will result.LAUNDRY. --------

-T 26 WEST PINE STREET

) ,,1" -" ADVICE.How JONES GOfS THE SAME
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or-"" to Wash a Sweater So It Will
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Not Shrink.

ttt Did washing shrink your sweater-eo Best Plumbing at Low-
that itva''>l too narrow across the
P feap d f chest? est PricesWe My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen
1 Worse than that the slecresstretcbo ,
were months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the
l twice the of natural
< to length a
a are not in the combine.SLAUTER'S
arm? latest inventions usedon same time it always has.
.
These annoyances can be avoided if
you know how to wash the sweater all firstclassPlumbing TIME TABLE

THE ARCADE HOTELJ. roperly.
Prepare a good warm suds with soap Construction: Bus Leaving Orlando in Front 01! Evans, The Jeweler.
B. MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop. powder. stirring it well until the water -
: becomes foamy. Then knead the -
sweater through the water until thoroughly -
Class Restaurant and Autosin
First Livery FineWATCH WEST BOUND EAST BaUD
-For
clean. Do not rub on a board
Read Down Read Up
Building in Connections nor between the hands and do not rub I CLOCK and

Orlando, Fla. soap Rinse on the in a garment.second soap water. Do JEWELRY REPAIRING I IA.l\I.A.l\1.! P. M. A.M. P"l\dP. M.

not rinse In clear water. The soap
C. VATER whois Orlando 6:3010.15 3:00 g.3 1.301 6.00
powder in the rinse water will keep call on ;
IF YOU WANT A LUNCH the: wool soft. Now comes the important at this trade Ocoee 7:3011.15 4:00 8.3C I .3ot 5.00
an expert
H ; part-the drying. If the sweateris Winter Garden j 7:4J II:30 4:30' 8.15 12.151 4.45

worth the money, come to Pope's Quick Lunch Counters. Our wet hung sleeves over a will line drag the weight them of down.the with many years experience Oakland 8:00--: 4:3c 8.00-t 4.30

food is not cooked in front of your eyes, where you are annoyed First pull the sweater into perfect t Youngs Repair ShopOpp.

with the odors and heat, but in our sanitary kitchen. Try a cup shape with the hands drawing it out
of our Rowland Special Coffee, French Dripped. The price is over the chest and widening the arms Post Office; Pin{ Street Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results
and seeing that it does not hang in a .
only 5c. a cup. We offer you the best of service. point anywhere and that the front -

edges are straight.
Pope & Co.'s Quick Lunch CountersChurch Then lay it carefully in the bottomof "
a pillowcase folding the sleeves
Street. Open from 5 a.m. to midnight over. Do not push it Into the case In
a heap. Pin the pillowcase (opens on the Seminary Beauty |
two lines that are parallel and only a : Polly
foot apart. The air can then reach the .
sweater. Hang;: in the sun on a breezy
day. Wash: the sweater early in the '
ORLANDO ROOFING morning;: so it can have all day in A COLLEGE MUSICAL COMEDY
which to dry. Do not wash it on a

AND damp. still day.A TO BE PRESENTED BY
few drops of bluing in the last
water will keep baby's little white
SHEET METAL CO. sweater from turning yellow. MISS J. PEARLE ROGERSWITH


Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos How to Preserve Your Linoleum. --
When your linoleum begins to show
signs of wear wash and dry it carefully -
and Rubber RoofingsCornices without soap elect! a time when A Local Company of Forty Ladies and Gentlemen i ;
there will be little or no wear) and

Skylights. Heating, Ventilating, Metal\ Ceilings apply the following. which will give a
fine and tilting;: polish not everlasting BENEFIT CIVIC LEAGUE
of course but with care It will do a

Works: 14 E. ChurchSt.: ORLANDO long time: ills a gill of methylatec
spirits with an ounce of shellac and
when the latter Is dissolved apply to : The Lucerne Tuesday Evening Feb. 16th >k,
the linoleum with a soft flannel It ,

dries during the process of rubbing in i,
. and retains the polish after it is Seats on sale and res ieW ed Monday, Feb. 15th, 9 a. m., Estcs Drug Slat >,


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The lot advertised for $1200, PRINCIPALSFor FUND

with a reduction of $400.00, if the benefit of the Civic League, The Yancy sale of lots yesterday to i

buyer would build, was boughtby the following young ladies and gen- colored people was a record breaker.
tlemen will before the foot- VI FeD. 24th l 1015
appear
Mr. Samuel Brice of New lights in the popular college musical Fifty-five lots were sold in less than etlnesaay
two hours and most of them were
York. We have decided to of-.comedy, to be presented by Miss J. ,
I Pearle Rogers, Tuesday, February 16, sold to individual purchasers at prices ,
fer another one. 'at the Lucerne: ranging from $50 to $165. .
I Miss Ruby Platt, as Polly Prim-. Burton Bros. no doubt are thf live-
Corner lot, well located. Side- rose, the seminary beauty. liest talkers that ever hit thes eparts, BIG NOVELTY AUCTION
Kendrick Guernsey, as Billy Hick- end their methods keep the crowd
walks,water, lights, gas. North- son, the football halfback. good natured and interested. In fact,
Stout Lillard, Dick Murphy, football the that
as they so impressed people
east. $1000.00.Vill take $600if SALE OF TOWN LOTS.
coach. several men present who own subdi- ...
buyer will build within one Wilson Brooks, as Jack Darnel, visions have arranged with them for
trainer. putting on auction sales of lots closein
year. Mae Thornton, as Jane Mitchel, society for white people.
leader. One of the most remarkable features .Amelia Avenue
Frances Washington, as Daisy Lyle, of the sale was that a lad ten Property. .
athletic girl.Emma years old, James J. Swick, purchasedtwo
Miller, as Ophelia Barclay, lots for $320 and from his sav-I
CARL DANN popular girL ings account made his down paymentand 34 Beautiful High-Class, close in Home Building Lots, will
The leading comedy parts by- intends paying these out as an
I Pete Johnson, as Bub Jenks, college investment. sell to the HIGHEST BIDDERS on long and terms. .
easy
fr shman. Another sale of additional lots in
W. L. Tilden, as Henry Thomas this same subdivision will be put on .

REAL ESTATE Jenks.Irish Virginia waitress.Fort, as Maggie Eagen, in PROMINENT about three weeks.HORSE MAN FROM 8 Bfind Concerts b by Orlando Concert Band .

I Besides these character parts there TENNESSEE IIERE
COMPANY are over forty who will assist in the
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college chorus. Mr. 'V.1.. Tolley, a prominenthorse Busihess Center 9
to 9:30-Later Grounds.
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man- of Columbia, Tenn., and ..
MAINE ASSOCIATION ORGANIZED owner of the famous "Direct Star,"

Toilet Paper noon arrived and in will Orlando spend yesterday the week, after-guestof FREE{[ AUTOS WILL LEAVE{ { BUSINESS CENTER AT 9:30: ..

A large number of "Bay Staters"met Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Westcott, at .
Santi-Tissue the kind that is Saturday afternoon at the Tour- their beautiful home on Lucerne Cir- .
soft and cloth like.Carnations ist Headquarters and organized the cle.
Maine Association, with W. H. Eaton, SALE COMMENCES 10 A. M. :

president, and C. H. Swasey, secretary. -.FOR RENT-One room for lighthousekeeping J.
Remarks were made by Mr. S.P. ; pleasant neighborhood i
Potted Felker, past grand master of the I. near Eola park. Mrs. T. II. him i take
O. O. F. Fuller 307 East Pine. l-7-3t CALL UP CARL DANN-ORLANDO'S LOT MAN, JSr: u to look!
Plants FlowersSTRAVBERRIES The sentiment of the meeting was
WANTED-Position as chauffeur, by over this proposition. The prettiest prc pect for Htircor Investment ever of-
club should be
that a New England ..
either in
i I experienced young man fered on the AUCTION BLOCK. ,
formed. private family or garage. AddressChauffeur.care ,
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WANTED-By three adults, board I .
and rooms, convenieces; private FOR SALE-At! a bargain; six room Public Wedding Proposition
TOMATOES family preferred. Or light housekeeping house, 2 lots, chicken house and .
rooms (furnished). Send I Irate )stable; orange and grapefruit tree
PINEAPPLES "'o-'d and, Fla.particulars to Box 210 1-7-St:: St.* j 1 I 1-9-Ct in lots. Call at 722 Center street. We will buy the license pay the minister furnish autos for bridal party and .

FRESH VEGETABLES __ ; present couple with 50 cash. Ceremony to take place on the! grounds during
0. hour of 5alo ; Open to first respectable \\ hite couple making application. See
Special for Fair Week

CARUTHERS & GORE CARL DANN '.
LIVE LOBSTERFRESH
e The Lot Man at His Office or

New Modern G FROM NEW YORK. SERVED EVERY DAY AT THE
Grocery y WM. FITZSIMMONS

Metropolitan Restaurant
Phone 200 At Tremont Hotel.
42 WEST CHURCH STREET
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THE DAILY "Our Village"Frank SIDELIGHTSBy Beautiful Lake '.
South Florida Sentinel Eola
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( W. S. Branch0 )
MORNING AND WEEKLYW. has
M. GLENN .....................Editoi Guernsey decoratedthe -- Residence For
W. C. ESSINGTON ......Casi.... Manxn south window of their store withan Billy Sunday 1

Entered at the potofficc at Orlando Florid automobile constructed of uten Billy Sunday says he will fight the SaleAT Our
*. ** Second CIaaa Mail Matter.SUBSCRIPTION Annual
sils saloons "from
Hell "
taken from the store, and it looks to breakfast.

Daily.. 6 I Months Year ..RATES 13.00Oailr. %....0 grind fine. stones For wneels-they Bro.are gauranteed Guernsey has not The started sensational from the Billy right has location the saloons but he I A GREAT BARGAIN

Daily. 3 Months 1.2, to 'r is quite mistaken if he thinks they I lit Y \
puncture have blowouts. All the Location S4lf
Daily. 1 Month 5
W k Y--I""Year :.:::.:::.........::.:.:... sL. uu windows week an'in town look' attractive this time arrives. They never stop until I and East Street facing \wEJJE!
no Doubt 11 appeal to our
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE INADVANCE north. There is a beautiful view
Fair visitors. they are throttled and literally chokedto I
death by laws backed I of the Lake. Lot is 75x150 I
TO ADVERTISERS: -The Monkey man has returned to up by an feet.
overwhelming public opinion.Knitting j House is constructed of i
town is
Copy for display and all other hand-Mi an attracting attention. I log and shingles, and contains i
drrrtixinr mail be h nd-o in at the ho in esaThe ballooons are with us again.So -- | White Goods LacesEmbroideries
*lfiee of the Sentinel not later ban 2 p. m. ; eight large rooms beautifully ,
the car before publication. Thi rule applies are the clowns too. Custom finished. This ,
to changes for contract ad ,rti.in,,: it isInrariaLle -Also everybody.This Orlando ladies have adopted the property belongs j
and will be strictly adhered to. to Col. W. P. Walton, former i
--------- --------- -- week there'll be lots of mo- popular custom of knitting for the i and
Subscribers d&iirinir The Sentinel drt. .,...- torists in town-be careful to Belgians during all of their owner of the Reporter Star who [
stop, spare
tinued should notify the udire in writing ..n occupied it about six months.
the date of expiration.. otb.rwiae it will be look an listen before ventuRin 'cross moments and they are frequently seen i I Business Muslin Underwear
continued at the .. | interests compel the ,
rrrular subscription rt- at public gatherings
our streets. A look in time plying their knit- !
saves
til notice
or to atop u receivedTekph.ne II Colonel to live
Numb r ...................... 2l many a bruise. ting needles while listening to ad- I. in Kentucky, and
-Gee, our idea of a busy man is dreses or taking part in discussions j! he has instructed us to sell the
TUESDAY FEBRUARY 9, 1915.. property at a great bargain.FOR .
Bro. O'Neal this week. at clubs and social meetings. | NowQ
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THE MIDWINTER FAIR- -Some fine perade we are going to I SALE EXCLUSIVELY BY
look at this mornign. 1IESUFFRAGE
The fifth annual Subtropical Mid LEAGUE TO
-Yest. was agrand The HOLD SESSION
winter Fair is open. Orlando is host day. TONIGHTThe Cooper Atha
weather for today is predicted cool
aided with a reception committee from
and clear. We need good weather Men's
Suffrage
Seminole Volusia, Osceola and Orange League will 114 South Orange Are. Ground Floor
counties.The from now on. hold a short session at the office of Phone No. 311

best products from the most -Lots of people in town yesterday. .J. F. Schumann, Room 3 Rock building -

progressive quartette of inland coun- More today.It | thiS evening at 5 o'clock, this being .
will be well to exercise the date of the
care annual election.
ties of Florida is on display. It is a I
in showing even your dollar watch All members are urged to be present.
notable contribution to the uplift of
this week. Y'u never know when VENEER CORES
the people; it is an education to the
their's a dishonust man in a crowd BIG BANK EXHIBIT
AT THE
countless hundreds of visitors from FAIR
when fair's in sess. $1.25
far away cities; it is a boosting, instructive
-The spelling bee at the II. S. this
and educational exposition.To The Peoples National Bank will
weeke ought to be a good one. i have $25,000 Per Strand Up l
the men behind the fair all the a exhibit at the fair. It

credit possible to bestow upon themis -Even harry Beeman was one of includes the "Pine Tree Shilling," a FIREPLACE CHUNKS AND
herewith given and extended to the busy ones yest. So was Bro. Rey- II II one cent piece coined in 1787 the first OAK WOOD
nolds, Giles and Dave Lockhart
them by the Sentinel, a medium ex was piece of paper money printed in
pressing the feelings of a live com tearing things up, and so was Pres. |I j I America a $4 bill, a $500 Florida Orlando Wood YardB.

munity.Not Dickson, and Allen an the rest. I I note, coins from all over the world, W. Kingsley, Proprietor r

only is the fair an educational -Its a gay life. I i and fractional paper currency. PINE STREET AND R. R.
-All roads lead to the Fair Telephone 344
center but for the week it is a great grounds.Its I 9-30
mecca for society where one may Take a slant at the want ads.
too bad th street leading to
mingle with his fellows and learn of .. I I
the Fair grounds wasn't this -- ----- --- -
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the premier advantages of one com- I-
munity as compared with the radiant year.
-plenty of things to think of but Enormous reductions on everything in White.
future of some other progressive sec-
no time to write em down. Note these few there are many similar.
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tion.The I
fair means more than mere
words can dictate. Not alone is it of I BODY OF MISSING MAN FOUNDIN WHITE GOODS

importance to Orlando but the four CREEK
1200 YARDS 38-40 inch White Splash Voile
counties have
participating represent- Dainty and Sheer beautifully finished regularly -
ative displays exhibits and features. (Continued from page 1)) sold at 35c. Our price has been 25 u,

They portray the productiveness of had been caused by a shot in the back Lily White Sale Price

thousands of square miles of resource- of the head. He and his brother Lake Eola and Eola ParkThe 18% cts
ful South Central Florida land. Horace B. Gardner of Springfield
To visit the fair is to revel in the
Mass., have been missing for three
1000 YARDS of the famous White Luna Lawn,
inducements advantages and gifts weeks. delicately sheer with the exquisite finish ofa

that are in this section of Florida- Search for the men was begun immediately high-class Organdie fully worth SOc.. ,
that are open to the grasping hand after a negro pilot returned Lily White Sale Price

of opportunity; that are accessible! to here alone on January 22 with the 18% cts

the man of middle caste, to the fam- yacht which the brothers had engagedfor time is now ripe for an investment in this par-

ily of limited means. use on a hunting trip up the Ock-

The beauty about this immediate lawaha river. The negro shortly afterwards ticular section of the city. Property well bought will be Extra Special Purchase in White Goods
section of Florida is that it is free disappeared and efforts to 2000 YARDS WHITE DRESS GOODSIn -

for the man who would start upon find him thus far have failed. checks, Stripes, Dimity. Lawns etc. Reg-
absolutely certain of producing a profit. I have two or ular value 15c. to 25c. Lily White Sale
life with a desire to arrive at some The body found was located by
definite goal. He invest with lit- price 8 1-2 CtS
may Captain Hiscock, of a river mail boat
tle capital and in a few years reap a and Oliver Lind. The dead man's three offerings which I can recommend as sure MONEY- 1500 YARDS WHITE DRESS GOODS-

harvest. To witness the exhibits at hand gripped a 22-caliber rifle whichhe Exquisitely Embroidered on Swiss and
Scotch Organdies and Muslins. This classof
:MAKERS.Call .
the fair is to see the truth of this usually employed for shooting Fabric is used for the new mode of Flare

..Statement.Agricultural. small game. In addition to the woundon Skirts. Regular values 50c. to 75c., Lily

horticultural, stock the back of the head his face was and let me show them to you. White Sale price 23C

and poultry show in a measure the mangled! almost beyond recognition.JUST SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.

intensity of Florida as regards diver-

sified industries eminating from the A BIT OF VERSE BUT MONDAY'S SPECIAL

soil; domestic school and art exhibits MOST EXCELLENT 100
portray the gifts of higher educa-

tional and social life; and the indus- Another name has been added to
trial department accentuates the true Postmaster McLean's. FriendshipBook. EMBROIDERED DRESS PATTERNS

economic possibilities of this sectionas :Many wish to attain such an S. Y. WAY Made of finest quality and newest designs in

regards machinery metal wood enviable position and many are chosen. Swiss Embroidery. No two patterns alike worth
work and other lines. But the man who handed the
Go to the fair today and study the genial representative of Uncle Sam Insurance and Real Estate from $7.50 to $10.00 pattern. $4 gv

exhibits from the four counties; see the following bit of verse will havea Agent Priced for Monday at ---------

what each section of thrifty Floridais secure place away up near the top. .

doing; learn of Florida's products; Here is the verse: PHONE 172 EMBROIDERIESFrom
judge for yourself of her peoples If you want to know people and
prowess. know them well Plauen From St. Gall direct to us here
And terminating visit will Know them better than I can tell means that our purchasing powers are sufficiently
your you Know them like their mother should large to interest the best manufacturers in Swit-'
know that this section of Fair Florida Know them better than they wish you zerland. Examine our stock, note the comprehensiveness -
has been graced by the bountiful hand would. and the enormous variety of our assortment ->
of nature, and that her progressive Know their hobbies their fads and I and extreme lowness of price-and anticipate -_
whims.A your present and future needs at this
from this
citizens have carved one
great deal of their business and sale.
time barren waste land a kingdom fit some of their sins. I 5000 YARDS SWISS EMBROIDERIES
for a noble people and a region .to Just keep a postoffice. Edges Bandings Insertions, up to 18 inches
in baby matched sets I
width-many among'the
which visitors from community
any

can point to with pride exclaiming I i. i I M 11 . . . . I . III ;-. 111111-11; -I-' .., ;II1I I I , 1111I I ; I111111I1 ; ;III -I-. Ii. Regular magnificent Price from assortment.15c. to $1.3o, Lily White

"This is no mean country; it has pos- 10 CCnlSk
Sale Price
sibilities of an untold nature; and the The I SEE BIG WINDOW DISPLAY
future of South Central Florida is Proprietors of

unbounded." I Extra Special '

0 27 INCH ORGANDIE FLOUNCINGa
Maitland the mecca for visitors, THORNTON 1 PARK Designs the newest, and most in demand. Exceptional -

will lock her doors and lose the key value for $1.25. Lily White SaleS9-

for a week and help swell the army
that will swoop down upon Orlando THE ONLY COLORED ITEM IN THE SALE *

this week. Cordially invites you to inspect their property. They A SILK SPECIAL !

o 700 YARDS JACQUARD SILKS in ten of this

Seminole Volusia and Osceola will promise not to trouble you with numerous interviewsor season's leading shades, including Black,
worth SOc yard. Lily White Sale Price 17c
join the entire populace of this progressive to buy. Just let them show these-
old county in the general press you you

; festivities which start today. beautiful near-in lots and quote prices. Shade trees
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,i Quite a number of Ocala people fruit trees sidewalks electric lights.
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DICKSON YES
h contemplate going to Orlando next CO.

week for the big annual Orange county Inquire at 905 E. Central Avenue, on the prem-
fair.-Ocala Banner.

F i 0tf | ises or ask your dealer.TAYLOR .

The Subtropical Midwinter Fair
tf- will soon be on and everybody in .DEPARTMENT STORE.

I! C South Florida should see it. :..

r 0 ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

[ If you haven't decorated don't wait The Store of true service, of never-falling

r, -: about until the it.Aviator. Fair is over and then go I & THORNTON I tesy of fair chandise dealing, at:, of right trust-worthy prices mer-cour. -

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Kuhl has a lot of genuine ORLANDO FLORIDA

11'1 thrills up-his sleeve.0 Proprietors _r.. h

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-Edited By Mis s Eliza Wright 1 Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m.Admission i

Office telephone No. (179. Residence' telephone No. 254 5 cents I

+ GRAND TODAY .
WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR The first of the "George Washington .t.I..II..I..t*ll. ... ll 1

Feb. 9th-13th. Day" celebrations to be an- TODAY'S PROGRAM _
nounced is a "colonial tea" at the Eclair. "The Price Paid." A political .
drama, in two parts, with Root.
home of Mrs. C. G. Westcott on Lu- j
Tuesday Frazer and Edna Pajne. \
Opening day of Midwinter Fair. cerne Circle for the benefit of home Joker. Comedy. Lo\e, Roses and
Tuesday Bridge Club.1ednesday. charities. There will be a delightful Trousers," with Max Asher, Louise I
musical rendered by Misses Fazenda and Bob Vernon.
Robinson Wednesday hostess.Card Club; Mrs. O. S- Persing,program Ilibbs, Branch, Mrs. Carr, I THE PARAMOUNT PICTURES Don't forget we open at 10 o'clock. I ii U 4 4i

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Weekly dance, New Lucerne. and Mrs. Mather Smith. Little :Miss i ,
Orange County day at the Fair. Eleanor Lewis and Master Richard CORPORATION P. J. Trushell, of Warren, Pa., was
'OPI
Thursday Woodruff will impersonate Martha in the city from Orlando, Tuesday.tO YOUR JE, cXRY CASE
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11 A. :\ -Address, Dr. Anna Shaw t 1
Equal Suffrage League, Fair grounds. and George Washington. Misses Jean presents and Wednesday of this week, accom-
is just yearning for some of the trinkets we are now showing. i
Vohisia County day at the Fair.Gentlemen's Person and Vida Miller will carry panied by Andrew Hartzel, of Warren I I You'll yearn too when you see the pretty rings, lockets, brooches ;;
evening, Rosalind baskets of old fashioned nosegays. GEORGE I who is also spending the seasonin I scarf pins, cuff buttons, etc. They are just as dainty *. can be '
Club; Mrs. Beeman. chairman. The patronesses will be gowned in II.EIIAN Orlando. Mr. Trushell has spenta j I just the things that nice people are wearing. Come in and look ai.
Friday .
them. The-pricesare by no means alarming.
Nullos Club; Mrs. C. B. Robinson, colonial costumes, including Mes- in number of seasons in Daytona in I 3a j
hostess. dames T. P. 'Yarlow, II. L. Beeman, the past and has many friends here I
Dance at Rossmore Inn.Saturday Seth Woodruff, C. B. Robinson. R. "THE ITALIAN"one who were pleased to see him. It was a ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS. :

Belgian relief card party, Rosalind O'Neal, Paul McNeil, John T. Fuller, Mr. Hartzel's first visit to Daytona |I lib nOC
Club. L. H. Gedge, E. G. Hauselt, Green, J. and he was surprised to find a city ica..w sssse.o.-Is----- :L .I j;
Saturday Auction Bridge Club; L. Giles, L. B. Giles, R. P. Cobb, Wis- of the strongest and fore- of such size and beauty. While here
:Mrs. S. II. Alleman, hostess. 1d
ter, W. II. Lewis, Jj. G. Dolive, Chas. the gentlemen were guests at the <

\Ierrill-Iewter- Tremaine, G. C. Keller F. D. Carr, most dramas of the American Howard hotel.-Daytona Gazette- -_ ..::: For Dressing and Bed Rooms 1
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Mather Smith, and :Misses Hart, Kil- News.
The marriage of Mr. Arthur R. *
mer and Fox. stage, featuring the original
Merrill to Miss Dora R. Lewter We show an exceptional variety -
was One of the attractions of the after- l,; ,?{r L of novel and artistic wall pa- ,
solemnized!' : at the home of the bride'sparents
will be the of the old
noon dancing i ' i ii
on North Orange avenue at star. pers. They are restful to., the I II
12:30 Sunday afternoon. Rev. J. B. fashioned Virginia reel. The publicis i, I1!' ', eye agreeable to the taste. We j
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invited to attend and a silver offer- .
LucerneLUCERNE ask to them before de 1 1i
you see
of the Methodist church united
Ley, ,
ing will be taken. i i We know that after ;
them with the beautiful ring cere- ( I I'= i z'' ciding.
- decision will be in
seeing,
your j
mony. Beside the family, those in at- '
18th Annual Convention their favor.
TODAY j jII
tendance were Miss Ruth Merrill, sister -
The eighteenth annual conventionof A Paramount Picturein _
of the groom, :Mr. and Mrs. C. E. the Christian and Missionary Alliance 3-L ,i _' Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
Wade, Mrs. Queenie Mooney, Mr. and II -
:Mrs. W. E. Martin, Miss Mayme will be held in Orlando, Febru- five splendid parts. "THE I 205 S. Orange Avenue :
14-21 inclusive. The following FACE ON THE CEILING" -
Fudge, Mrs. Cornish, Mr. John Baas, ary
COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
speakers are expected: Rev. J. E. I J
and Mr. Welton Johnson. The happy
Ramsey, of Fort Wayne, Ind.; lion.
couple left on the Tampa Special,
go- Ulysses Lewis, Atlanta, Ga.; Rev. and a Broncho special feature com-
ing by boat to St. Petersburg. They

be will at return home to the their first friends of next at week 9 North and Mrs.Elizabeth. R.E. A.Bedinger Lewis Forrest, ,China.D. ,pastor.Aoccoa. Ga.; Miss HearTHAT plete in two parts. VAlflfflNES: : A WVALENIINE: { POST CARDSAll j ji

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Mr. :Merrill is a valued employe of ORCHESTRA" "LOVE KNOWS, NO LAWS"a
"Polly, the Seminary Beauty"College
the South Florida Foundry. His a

home was in Zellwood before comingto musical comedy rehearsalswill beauty comedy. kinds and prices to suit all 1
Orlando, where his parents now begin promptly at 6:30 p. m.
reside. He is of sterl- every evening at the Elks hall. MissJ.
a young man
ing qualities and has many friends in Pearle Rogers requests all the local "FATE'S INTERCEPTION"a tastes and pocket books. Get yours t
company to be present exactly on the lOc. 20c.
the town. Mrs. Merrill grew to
young womanhood in Orlando, grad- hour appointed. Biograph drama. while the assortment is good. i:

uated from Cathedral school a year I -0- -- --- - Four Splendid Reels. .. !

ago, and is loved by all who know Children's Cantata Success The Indiana, Illinois, and Iowa pea W. S. BRANCH ;
her. I The children's cantata at the opera ple met at the Tourist Headquartersand ,

- house last night was a great success, organized an association. The First Floor ________5c. and lOc. The Arcade Book and Music Store i
Junior Matrons Club and the children were "darling" in all following officers were elected: Pres- a
Mrs. Davis Fishback entertained their parts. A great crowd attended. ident, A. B. Dunbar, Indiana; vice- White Balcony ____5c. and lOc.

q f the Junior Matrons Club on Monday Miss Howard deserves much credit president from Iowa,J. R. Sage; vice- Colored Balcony ____5c. and lOc Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results
I for training the fifty or more children
''afternoon at the Tremont hoteL Mrs. president from Indiana, Mrs. Anna
Ray Trueman was honoree. The who were in the performance. She Wiggins; vice-president from Illinois,

guests were the club members, and was ably assisted by Mrs. James Bur- E. W. Way; secretary, Mrs. O. D. -
Mrs. Trueman, Mrs. Ormsby, Miss den and Mrs. Allan Cohoon. It was Young.A .
by far one of the most delightful, interesting will be held
Edmends, Miss Fannie Robinson,Miss meeting Monday
O'NEAL
FRANK A. WILLIAM R.
CURTIS
Ada Bumby, Mrs. Darrow, Mrs. Mal- and charming children'splays evening, February 15, at 7:30 o'clock.It _
lett. Mrs. Louis Dolive won the club ever staged in Orlando. Miss is requested that all people from

prize, and Mrs. Trueman the guest Howard's remarkable talent was evidenced these states, whether tourists or resi- Established 1886
prize. A delicious salad course was throughout the entire perform- dents here, be present.Be .

served by the hostess, assisted by her ance.

sister, Mrs. Mallett. - one of my more than one hun-

-0Auctioneers- PostponedA dred satisfied Orlando customers. CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE

Card Club meeting of the Anine Coleman References: teachers, schools, homes, 6
Mrs. Geo. L. Shinn was hostess for Chapter of the U. D. C. with Mrs. and others. Positively last week of
the Auctioneers Card Club yesterday W. H. Howell for February 11 has season in Orlando. Piano tuning,

afternoon at her home on East Ame- been postponed to February 18 on $2.50. Mack, phone 218. LOANS
lia avenue. The guests were the club account of the fair.Mendelssohn.

members, with two substitutes, Miss - Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Harter, Mrs. M.
Rossiter and Mrs. Wm. Green. Mrs.i Club Kellogg, Mrs. Moore, Mrs. W. Ham- REAL ESTATE RENTALS

Thompson played the highest score, Imperative rehearsal at opera houseat lin, Mrs. Treadwell, Mrs. J. Cole,
8 m. Owing to Civic League t
winning the club prize. Ice cream p. Harry Jackson, and Harry Huffman,
play date being altered, the "Mikado"will
and delicious cakes and stuffed dates
of Utica, N. Y., spent yesterday in
be given on 24th and 25th
now
were served. Beautiful roses were Orlando, guests at the San Juan.
used as decorations. inst. They had been in the southern partof

-0- LAKE COUNTY WILL BE WELL the state but could not return FOR RENT---Bungalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main
An Interesting Address home without having paid this placea
The ladies of the Methodist church REPRESENTEDWhile visit.OSTEOPATHY. Street.

and visitors enjoyed an interestingtalk
Lake county as a unit will
Trawick on,Monday of Nashville afternoon, who by is Mrs.the not exhibit this year at the fair there Seven Room House, South Orlando.
will be individual displays
guest of Mrs. F. A. Curtis. She is many splendid -

a sions magnetic in speaker and spoke on mis- admirable showing resources to a startling in agricultural degreethe DR. J. C. HOWELL Two New Five RoomjHouses, South West Orlando.Fisk .
an inspiring manner. Mr.
ef that Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
products county.
and Mrs. Trawick are ,great workersin Kirksville Graduate

Methodism in Nashville, the cen- Consultation Free
ter of the M. E. Church, South. WANTED competent girl for Office Cheney Block Opp. San Juan -
general housework for family of HoteL
- tv.Inquire 413 West street be- Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
Colonial Tea at Mrs. "estroU's tween 11 and 12 o'clock. Orlando, Fla. . MiMiniir fit f MMMMM'M' .

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merely few r refinements but the highest form of refinement 32 x 3V& ________$13.35
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FOR SALE-Rhode Island Red
eggs
for setting; fine stock; $1.00 for 13. J....;umber., Latham end AfORLANDO
SENTINELWANT I Mrs. Calder. Phone 708. 2-3-lmoc

FOR SALE-A] good city residence, ._ .e..ff5 -
riNOS : with all modern conveniences; part -
; S cash, balance on time. Address
"Owner 2-7-1moc," care Sentinel office.

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: FOR SALE-A practically new house,
The Morning Sentinel Want has 8 rooms and bath, is fully fur-
Directory is the Greatest Want nished, has electric light, gas and city
Ad Medium in Orlando. water; located on East Central ave-
nue, 10 minutes walk from the court
Terms Cash in Advance. house; large corner lot with a dozen
full bearing orange and grapefruittrees.
RATES The owner is going$ to leave .
For One Day ______________25t; town. Must positively sell. Price Cement
Plaster and
For Three Days ____________50c only $3,400. Terms, $1,500 cash, bal- Royal Agatite Perfection LimeSubTropical
For Six Days _____________75c ance can remain. If you want a win-
HE ARRIVED. 10? For One Month ____________Z50 ter home or a permanent home, hereit I
This rate applies on all ads of is, already fixed up. All you haveto
Mr. Homeseeker, He says: 25 words or less. If the ad con- do is come in and hang up your &
tains more than 25 words the rate hat. Address "Home," care Morning a I I IIII II11I1111111 .1I111I1111111111 111II I I I I II I I II J I I I II I I II I II I III11II11111..
will be one cent per word for Sentinel, Orlando, Fla. 2-7-tf
"I have decidedI -
now each additional word, for each in- FOR RENT
Mid-Winter Fair i

I WILL BUY IN ORLANDOThis sertion.If you can't bring your ad to FOR RENT-Smal! flat, modtrn conveniences -
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- unfurnished. Jas. A.
counts opened by telephone will be
Knox. 11-3-tf .
is the most uptodateand
the
payable following day. .
cleanest city I have NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM: OEL..A. DO-J L- 'TF'FE.
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Home Business- .
seen. Every -Every to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
Every Man has use for a 10-25-tf "

; THE PEOPLE ARE MORE PROGRESSIVE Sentinel Want Ad. WANTED 9-13 1915EDUCATIONAL :

It presents the best general FOR SALE ,
BOARDNG-Private, home like accommodations -
of place I
appearance any
; terms moder-
very
have visited." FOR SALE-Meat market and gro- ate; room and excellent board to be
We specialize in Orlando cery doing good cash business; will had at $7.50 per week; you may arrange -
cut stock down to any size. R. L. for meals only splendid loca-
City Homes, and will be ; i
Mercer, 310 West Church street. tion, close in. 301; West street. Embracing-Agriculture, Horticulture, Floriculture, Domestic
to have call and
pleased let us show you you our real 2-4-6t 2-3-6t Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry, 8

values in this class of prop- FOR SALE-Five passenger touringcar Umbrellas recovered and repaired and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports '
erty. in A-I condition; chei;' for "while you wait" at Young's Repair I! ,
cash, or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor, Shop, 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc AreopIansLectures and Entertainments of all kinds *
905 East Central avenue. Phone 696.
ORLANDO BUILDING LAND CO 1-4-tf A notable feature of the Sub-Tropical :Mid-Winter Fair will be an exhi- kjI!

FOUND-A gold scarf pin, in front bition of Angus short Hern and Hcrlord }bulls by :Messrs Cobb & Denny,

II North Orange Avenue FOR Park SALE-Two for $80 each lots, cash.in Seminole AddressP. have of same Howard's by calling Studio.at Curry's Owner elec-can of York, Ala., with Graded CO\\S and CaUcs.: These anirrals are \\arranttd

PHONE 608 O. Box 373. 2-3-2wksc trical shop and identifying propertyand free of ticks and immune cattle lever. The bulls will be offered for sale and

paying for this adv. 1-30-tf cattle owners \\ho wish to in prove their herds ill have an opportunity cl getting t
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL
FOR SALE--Best cafe in the city, BUYERS AND SELLERS some fine stock.
FRED B. DALEC. doing a good business. Other busi-
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H. BRYANT ness requires my entire time. Ad- I buy, sell rent, and exchange real

DAVIS GILES CounselF. dress Box 215. 2-2-tfc estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.! -For information or premium list, address .
A. PEPPERCORN. Contracto over 30 years.' Have handled over

FOR modern SALE-Five conveniences room, cottage completely, all 20000000.10-6-.,m Call and F. A.see LEWTER.mo. WM. R. O'NEAL, See'y H. H. DICKSON, Pres. ; j jOrlando's
furnished 307
Broadway aienue. Ap-
ply to Mrs. McDade, 312 Broadwayavenue. GKIFriXG'S PECANS .*FihMt+11111 II II 18 01 W III it J UIC .II I II ,+n t II I II II &III Hi II III 11111 111111 I II.
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"DIXIE No more profitable crop can be
LIMITED"Between FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock raised than large paper shell pecans.
and tools best farm in county; variety -
Grafted trees bear W. II.
young.
fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up-
to-date: buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock Brokaw, salesman. Office, 116 South
Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- Orange. Phone 267. l-28-12tc

J cksonville, Chicago and St. Louis er. 1-16-tfc tm:7 itt

Reestablished January 6, 1915 FOR SALE Story & Clark upright 'yPf.r .,

-- grand piano won by Miss Myrtle
Northbound Daily Southbound Weeks in the recent contest will be
9:35 am Lv. Jacksonv'e Ar. 7:30 pm sold for benefit of Baptist church
5:08pm Ar.8:03pmAr.. :Macon Lv.11:45 am building fund. Piano may be seen F Foil S Sale l
Atlanta Lv. 8:35 am at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. r
12:18 am Ar. Chattan'ga Lv. 4:37 am Weeks, 10 Washington street. '

1.50 9:28 am am Ar.Ar. Nashville Evansville Lv.Lv.12.10 7:30pm am 1-13-tfc KINCAID aUR S SNOWDEN U

foSS; pm Ar Chicago Lv. 11:30 am FOR SALE-In good con i."t., a
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2:59pm Ar. St. Louis Lv.2:15pmSolid Hercules stump puller single, dou-
ble and triple power. Also, good dou- .
Train ble team wagon. Address Geo. F. .orange grove; has been
CompartmentObservation and
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Star Route No.3 Orlando, Largest Cheapest
Foster ,
cars, Standard Pullman cars and set out a year; select budded trees,
p. coaches, between Jacksonville and I Fla. l-7-6t
Chicago. Standard Pullman sleepers orange and grapefruit; there are
Jacksonville to St. Louis.DINING FOR SALE-A splendid driving and HOUSECor.
riding horse, 7 years old, sound and 111-2 acres in the grove; located on FURNITURE
kind. of "Albert," at
Inquire Magru-
CARS Lake Jem Mary, between Lake Con-
der's livery stable. 1-7-61

way and Lake Jennie Jewel:3-4 of a
FOR SALE-One-half interest in Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
Atlantic Coast Line good paying business in Orlando. mile from Pine Castle road soon to .1
Address "Owner," care Sentinel.
O fT t+*. be bricked; new up to date seven room
Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. - -
house; good large barn and other
FOR SALE f
G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., 75 acres suitable for citrus culture buildings. This proposition is for

Tampa. Florida.. and truck farming, bordering on a quick sale on easy terms. Inquire ofI
pretty lake and has one-half mile I
frontage on the Orlando to Sanford J. B. Magruder, Jr., office in Arcade; I r
brick road, this frontage being adapted -
for nice home sites; could be sub- or see the owner. *
divided into 40 building plots 60x200
feet each, leaving about 60 acres for G. M. BISSELLL
citrus fruits and truck farming; five Eventuallv You Will Use
minutes. walk to railroad station,
stores, hotel, school and churches. at grove 1281m'OSTEOPATH
When you consider location and good
transportation facilities with other
DR. L H. RAMSDELu advantages the property's real valueis
OPTOMETRIST $7,500. It is owned by a non-resi-
dent who needs He author-
(SaeccMor: ta Dr. O. P. LIkL money.
izes me to sell it for $3,000. Who-
ORLANDO FLORIDA ever buys this property gets a bar-
WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES gain. For further particulars, call on GAS
AND DO ALL KINDS OF E. C. Young, room 10, McNeill & ;
Davis building, corner Church street DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER
TICAL REPAIRING and Orange Orlando.
avenue.
1-31-tfc Office corner Orange Avenue and .
Church St., Davis & McNeil Bldg.,

Established 1870 FOR SALE-On] account of poor Phone 419.
R. E. COCHRAN CO., Inc. health,the undersigned hereby offers ,
132 Park Place, New York for sale at a bargain, his desirable Get the news first in the Sentinel. FOE
Wholesale Dealers and Commission property located at the corner of
West street and Ridgewood avenue.
Merchants in Florida
Orangesand This property is central, in a first
Grapefruit class neighborhood, and convenientto
Represented by school, business, lake and park. Have You Noticed
Owner will sell all, or part cash or and Heating
Geo. W. Tull, Orlando, Fla. Cooking
terms. Property consists of nice new
What is
Liberal advances made on consignments bungalow, fronting on Ridgewoodavenue HappeningEast
I has six rooms and large
R. E. Cochran President.T. I ceiled basement with flue, suitable for of Orlando

L. Turner, Treasurer. house kitchen unfurnished.or laundry;Price lot 47x85$2,100.feet; Because it is the most convenient most

1-22-2m Also, nearly new, two-story six- Directly Out ,
room cottage, fronting on West street
with shed and greenery; lot 46x117 cleanly and most efficient fuel known.
feet; house partly furnished. Price- Central Avenue?

$1,950.Also a beautiful connecting corner Why not begin today as a Gas User?
lot 70x85 feet. fronting on two

$$3,000, Boys Four Lots building.streets, and Price graded$1.000. for For basement cash anda We offer for sale Seminole You will save time labor and expense.

quick sale owner would dispose of Park Lots, located just at the ,
all of the above, to one party, for City limits, on easy terms.
4300. E. N. COY. 2-2-lmoc


FOR SALE-Here is a proposition .
$3,000 BUYS FOUR LOTS on Colo- for some farmer who wants to get Also 2yz miles from the City

nial Drive, east, fronting Park lake in right. Purchaser will be the first limits near Lake Underhill, 5
owner of record, as title comes direct
including a $200 garage-and 31 bear- from the state. 160 acres of home- acre tracts. Standing round
stead land, bordering a fine lake; 25 timber, good soil, surrounded by ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO]
ing orange trees; all fenced, and 7 acres cleared; afour room house; one- groves, and on easy terms.
half mile from railroad station; short
large oaks on front and sides. Phone distance from Orlando. Some of it is

567 and we will show you the best $500 citrus takes land,the balance whole good thing.muck Addressat land. GAS [[DEPARTMENT

bargain in the city. once. "Homestead," care of..Morn- ORlANDO REAL ESTATE CO.
ing Sentinel, Orlando, Fla. 2-7-tf ,
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This is not only a showing of new Spring \
New Spring Suits and Dresses. First ,
Charming new models, in the Goods of the 1 latest and most correct fashions Styles. showing Exclusive of patterns new Spring in

newest styles, featuring the Crepes, Crepe de Chine, Voiles thigh
but sale I of decided
waist band effect, flowing a money saving possibilities and Organdies, some with high i

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

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


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WASH FABRICS '
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Hardly a store in America is showing the large assortment 1(I

of these beautiful laces and embroideries.: They are here t

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

thin and washable. The cloth of the hour__________75c: never before offered at this season of the year. 1 t tI


MERCERISED BATISTE 45 inches wide, a soft silky \ 1 t"

cloth, very fine sheer __________35c d 1
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IVORY CHIFFON, 45 inches wide, very transparent, .Io

most beautiful plain wash fabric ever shown -_____$1.00 CHARMING FLOUNCING, 27 inches wide in ,.
transparent Voiles I and Crepes ____$1.00 t
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DAINTY SWISS AND TRANSPARENT EMBROIDERY
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,very thin and soft for summer 36 inches wide50c 0VE A A
Under m VOILE EMBROIDERY, with the new Terry Border in
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NOVELTY WHITE GOODS, consisting of Voiles, ALL OVER EMBROIDERIES, 45 inches wide on a"

Crepes, Suitings, Piques and many new novelties ____25c
seeded Voile conventional designs -$1.50

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DEPARTMENT II

Is complete with seasonable goods just arriving. Among other II

o spring goods we take a pride in calling attention to the newest

line of SPRAGUE MADE WASH SUITS and ROMPERS that

r o has ever been shown in Orlando; Oliver Twists, Russian j .

Blouses etc. i7


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Just received a full line of Spring Footwear. Everything Kaynee Shirts and Blouses r :

that's good in White Canvas Buck Patent and Kid Pumps and N
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Slippers, in the new strap effects. We are showing a splendid line both in Boys' Shirts and

Come in and inspect our stock. We have the style you Blouses in plain white and colors.
Priced at 50c., 75c, and $1.00 be'
want, in the size you need. Our prices are right. SOME men may
to style in
shirts, but no man can well
be indifferent to fit. An '

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TONIGHT SHIRT I Jill

4 Reels at Every Show 4 \ 'i
is always as appropriate to
Onyx the popular the it is
imp>> Drama, Two Rests.1 Dorothy Phillips, Howard wearer as to the
Hose. We are showing occasion.Made.
0 Crumpton, Win. Welsh
a complete line in black,
in ,
A of Art every style
tans white and fancy Gentleman white or color fast.

the best pure thread Nestor ComedyWHEN $1.50 and $2.00. .
silk made at $1.00, $1.50
: Our Spring and Summer liii
and $2.00. THE MUMMY CRIED FOR HELP
lines of Shirts. and Collars are
Ncw New ADMISSION FREE UNTIL &30 P. M. complete. II)
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a SAFE Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Matthews. ; 4At

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DEPOSITBOXES Miss Lucile Satterthwaite, of
Waynesville, N. (X, will arrive laterin
the week for a visit with Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Guernsey and family.


LOST-Silver mesh purse, at opera
WHY INVITE LOSS ? house last night. Return
to Senti- '.::/: : :.:! ::t >_*.
nel office, or Mrs. L. R. Mulholland, : .:) .: ri.H.\
DON'T keep valuable papers and docu'ments 413 East South street, and receive
reward.
about the house where they may be itc c.
misplaced, lost, burned of stolen. 'I ., .
Among the transients arriving in i :.: : .: 1. ; "

Think of SAFETY FIRST. Orlando yesterday to remain fair I -,. ... ... .
I week were Chas. A. Mills, Toledo, O., .. ,. ''
; A Safe Deposit Box in our Vault is the and H. W. Barr, Michigan. They are i . .. -.. ,.'" .
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safest place for such papers. The cost is making their headquarters at the : Your comfort and ..
; ? prosperity fordepends'upon
.... small-the security, positive. San Juan.
t You can inspect the Boxes and Vaults any .

business day. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Malever will I.uui H 1P9115ii <
attend the Orange county fair next
The State Bank of Orlando week at Orlando. Mr. Malever's .

friends hope that his horse, which is It Ii IU
: yourself and
f entered for the races, will bring home your .
ft some of the prizes.-Ocala' Banner.Mr. :I ii ii I I connections. .


G. E. Smith, who
recently pur- .
A savings or bank
_ ______ chased and sold the Bumby propertyon checking account
---- East Central -purchased in this instituticn is a positive
has
avenue, step
Capt. R. M. Clayton and Mrs. R.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL I a beautiful plot of land in the forward.
H.
Marks, of Atlanta, Ga., who have fifth
] and of .
been visiting relatives and friends in growing prosperous city Apopka. - .
I Mr. N. M. Cogswell one of the this city for several days, left yester- He will sell this property at public .
r among the business transactors at the day aftrenoon for Tampa.Mr. auction on Thursday, February 23. Star no s? :,

county metropolis yesterday.Mr. .. ..
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E Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Griffin and '0 .
W. C. Kuhl, wife and little -. ,
H. M. Smith, one of the sterl- daughter, Bettie, and Mrs. Dillard, itlte daughter and Mrs. S. Ross, of :-'..'' ":. ...:,

ing citizens of Plymouth, was in Orlando mother of Mrs. Kuhl, arrived in Or- New Smyrna arrived in Orlando last ,'r',..' '" .' .:"' '
i yesterday on business. lando yesterday from Texarkana, night and will spend fair week with ei

Ark, on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Griffin at their :. .:. '<">:_:\ .:.:o': '
Miss Gussie Post, of Sanford, art Kuhl, on Gore avenue. home on Lake Eola. Mr. Griffin is a {<
rived in Orlando yesterday and is the conductor on the East Coast railwayand
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hill- a brother of our fellow towns-
. Hon. E. W. Moore, wife and son, -

< Mr. Chas. E. Moore, will arrive in Or- man. .. .. : ,' .
Mr. B. C. Broderick, representing '. .. .,.
lando today on a visit to Mr. and -
'" Dibler & Mudge, was in the city yesterday Mr. Geo. T. Barr received : 'ff\.r.\; iThi
Mrs. E. H. Gore, 409 Anderson street. a mes- ),-0' : &t4'J.tW ", ;:v _
o interviewing the printing fra- .
Mr.\ Moore is the editor and owner of sage from Greenville, S. C., cnovey- .J.'
? ternity. the News-Paladium, Benton Harbor, ing the sad notice of his father's .
I Mich. death. Mr. Barr has pone to Green- I =
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Tampa yesterday afternoon to visit Mr. John W. Frazier, of Wilmington 4 p. m. Monday. The community and . Ili' .:"c... ... .. ... ....."." .......'
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t 'city that he will make it his domicilefor who was near 80 years of age. i _
j Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Barney, of

} Muskegon, Mich, are among the visitors I I'Frazier the remainder has of the season. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Seely' of Chi-
pleasant at
. to Orlando. They are stopping apartments
: at the San Juan. I 614 North Orange avenue.. __ cago eral ,days who in have Orlando been, left spending yesterday sev- I"I"W fOR [
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representative Mr. John B.of Tuggle the Virginia, the Southern Paper I I Two Handsome this afternoon.city the Mr.busiest Seeley place, who of its thinks size [ 00 NOT CHARGE DELIVERING

that he was ever in, went to Fort
r. company, Richmond, spent yesterday I Myers, while Mrs. Seeley, who was
in Orlando interviewing the trade. Lake Front charmed with the place and is anx- I
We'll call and
I ious to own a winter home here, left get your prescriptions
Mr. and Mrs..A. A. Knapp, of Oak

, Park, IlL, have arrived in Orlando on Grove and Home I for Chicago. and have them back to you; in the quickest
a visit to Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Way I

, at their pretty home, 40D() East South PropertiesOne
! street. I time, and the charge will be exactly:


Mr. and Mrs. R. L Kane, of Quincy __ the same as if you had called at the store

, Ill, arrived in Orlando yesterday afternoon (
i .and will remain here until of them is the pret- In .
the middle of next month. They relocated tiest lake front location in person.McElroy's

on East Church street. the State of Florida, with
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large acreage and a most
.. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Goodwyn have "
modern dwelling.The "
arrived from Chattanooga, Tenn., and
are visiting Mrs. Goodwyn's parents, other has a fine I
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Floyd, No. 7 Liv- PharmacyPhone
grove, with modern improvements -
ingston avenue.
j
and worthy of '

Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Stanley arrivedin any further improvementsdesired. The

Orlando yesterday from Little !, .

Rock, Ark., to take in the sights oIl I! 20 35 Years Established
These
are high priced
the big fair and enjoy life in Orange SAN
county for the next six weeks. I properties, but they are

both big bargains. -
Mr. F. J. Derby and family arrived i JUANDo
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in Orlando yesterday from
f
Ward, Ala., and are pleasantly located =
at the San Juaq for a stay of r.

some length.Mr. I S.G.Dolive I SonREAL

ToBesides The Pu olio :
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and Mrs. Chas. Rourke, of ESTATE you realize the com-
Southport, N. CL, arrived in Orlando ,

, yesterday afternoon on the Tampa IVo. 3 WEST PINE STREET forts of steam heat, run- .
Special, and are the guests of Mr.and II -
Mrs. L. B. Long, at their home on Second Floor ning hot and cold water }J2 -
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Hughey street. I reviewing each today, take.' ,.. >
and telephone in your t .4.
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tlMIM MM room. You will find all of thought of every tomorrow, for those who j I

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

room in the San Juan. .., ,
To look ahead means to be prepared t # J
Add to this comfortable I
F
when opportunity knocks at the door.
parlors, halls and receptionroom
Silver Spoons, Forks, Hand
Ambition can always achieve when the __x'-_ '
with night and day I
Painted China Crumb and
Trays many k r' ,
service, and you have all financial foundation is solid. Convert a
other useful and beautiful articles typi- -a .
the up-to-date service that share of your earnings into a saving each t {
cal of Florida and Orlando that will provea __

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


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


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


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





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