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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 10, 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: VID00480
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, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1915. NUMBER 311.






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TO TRAL SOUND BRITISH COUNTRIES NEUTRAL ACT AS COUN-TO BREEZY ARTI C EVENTS UOUS E FLIES[ TUBERCULOSIS[ I





AIR DUEL FOUGHT NEAR BRUSSELS FROM F cars, entering onVest

I and around Lake Lu- AND PROPER CARr HABitS

: to fair grounds.
THOUSANDS WATCHED THRILL- '
EDITOR"BOB" .


ING OTHER BATTLE FROM WAR IN FRONT THE NEWS AIR- HOLLY SAYS l : ARE ffA TURrS[ "HEALTH" DEPT.




Washington, Feb. 9.-The United FORD BOOSTERS_
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States government will sound all neu-
tral to their view of COMING STATE BOARD OF HEALTH
governments as PROGRAM IN HONOR OF

a belligerent nation hoisting the flag HAS EXCELLENT

of neutral nations for the protectionof FRIDAY IS SEMINOLE I I EXHIBIT

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its vessels. Pending a receipt of i LINCOLN I _

the opinion of the neutrals on an incident I|

such as that of the Lusitania HOLLY SAYS ALL i' UNDER DIRECTION OF DR. PORTEJ!

and the receipt of the informationfrom I WILL BE PERFECTLY Card WILL BE HELD ON FRIDAY

the British government setting AND READY TO AFTERNOON AT THE
s. P. C. A. HAS NOTABLE EX-
forth the circumstances under which I UP ORLANDOBy GRAND
H. Sprague, driver
the Lusitania made use of the Amer-I I IIIBIT-oTHER INTERESTING -
__ D. Lockhart, driver
ican flag, this government will with- ( R. J. Holly, Editor of C. H. Sprague, driver COL. WATKINS WILL PRESIDE FEATURES 01TIlE
hold representations to Great Britain. ford Herald BIG FAIR
) AND ADDRESSES OF IN-
P. F. Hamblin, driver I
To promote a better TEREST WILL BE

THRILLING AIR DUEL tween the two cities and also __ D. Lockhart, driver DELIVEREDOrder No department of the fair is receiving -

the two county fairs, C. II. Sprague, driver so much intelligent attentionand
Paris Feb. 9.-A air duel
thrilling came to Sanford last P. F. Hamblin, driver of exercises at the Lincoln is worthy so much attention
between British and German airmen .
occurred yesterday over the Etter- something less than one __ W. M. Davis, driver j I birthday celebration, to be held in the the health department as featured by

beck maneuver ground near Brussels, tomobiles,. and we $50. Grand theatre, on Friday, the 12th the State Board of Health under the
vor so much that Sanford ____ Joe Patrick,, rider
in the German air- inst., from to three o'clock. *
resulting finally to Orlando this week, on ___________ Oto,, rider one direction of D:. Porter. {
ship being shot down. Thousands of morning, with something C. II. Sprague, rider Col. Watkins presiding. The exhibit shows that the medical

Belgians watched the terrific battle one hundred automobiles, ________ Brown, rider Invocation, Rev. Dr. Stagg. profession of Florida and the health

in the- air.RUSSIANS. also pay the extortionate ____ W. Sweeny, rider Reading the Lincoln Gettysburg department of the state is as thor-

-- I cents at the gates to see the $25. ough and as well organized for war-
EVACUATING PROVINCE Address, Mrs. G. C. Kollock.
The bunch of Sanford ____ Joe Patrick, rider fare against preventable disease as
OF BUKOWINA Song, Mr. E. S. Scales.
i -<-i\e the city of Sanford _____-. A. Dann, rider Address by LeRoy. Giles. any state in the Union.

o'clock by the court house ___ A. D. Wells, rider solo. i While a multitude of subjects are
Bucharest Feb. 9.-Fresh particu- : arrive in the Song, Covered in this exhibit, the three subjects -
to
expect: _____ Jesse Hall, rider
Address Jud Jno. M.
,
e Cheney.
lars arriving from the frontiers of
lando, perfectly sober, I that are most forcefully anJ
: _______ Brown, rider Piano solo, "Dixie.
Bukowina are to the effect that the After circling the prominently presented by both illu<-
thirty.
__ J. Goodbread, rider .
Closing prayer, Rev. Dr. Poulson.A "
Russians are commencing the evacua- lando and the thousand lakes ____ \\'. Sweeny, rider tration and literature, is the house fly
tion of that province. It is believed ficiently awing the populace and the diseases that follow in i's
here that the retirement is due to COMMUNICATION FROM THE
city by the strength of our wake; tuberculosis and its proper
strategic reasons.TECHNIQUE will to SECRETARY and the of ba
I the boosters go treatment proper care
Orlando, Fla., Feb. 9, 1915.
in time to Karl .
see
grounds '
To the Morning Sentinel: bies.A
OF MODERN WARFARE
I Johnny Jones before lunch. $150. miniature house, a model for
I My Dear Sirs:-May I, as secretary -
DISCLOSED
In the afternoon the home treatment of tuberculosis shows
of the special committee on the
I will stay long enough to ; driver. I how this disease may be treated at
London, Feb. Following the blue ribbons to be pinned Lincoln birthday celebration, make home under the care of the home doctor -
the road in front of : the following announcements throughyour
!blowing un of .
Celery! breath of Seminole as intelligently and as effectivelyas

the LaBoiselle baracks by German : the races, play the wheels, good paper: I at a state institution and at much
First, we most heartily thank Col!
who burrowed a great distance -:
sappers the 150. where the is
lando to subdue : less cost, patient constantly -
Watkins, of Orlando, and Col. W. A.'
from their plant and exploded
i and they will then wend cheered by family and home
their mines, only to be caught in their I Hunt, of Youngstown, Ohio, who have I
homeward through the dewy surroundings; at the same time, the
own trap when they were charged by I been so essential to the success of
The crowd will probably ; whole family is receiving helpful instructions -

the French, tonight's communiquefrom the leadership of General 4)'S; ; I I the same. in diet and fresh air and
Second to the
a Paris representative discloses we are very grateful .
the
the care of body.A
Forster who will be proper
management of the Grand theatre for
further disaster to the German mining -
$50. string of artificial flies
going
the crowd by his iron grey
the free use of the same.
operations before Fay southwestof
from the horse stable to the privy
his cast iron countenance. .
Third, to the Hon. J. M. Cheneyand I
Peronne, in the coal region of San-
the kitchen window
I Forster is a disciplinarian vault, thence into ,
Attorney LeRoy B. Giles, who so I "
terre the Germans utilizing the min
illustrates "the fly's air line to the
and
I visage,: and fierce manner
eworkings for the purpose of under- of the of invasion willingly consent to address us on I human stomach." A set table with
army that occasion.
laying the French position with ex-I in which
$25. all manner of provisions
ing anything stronger I
plosive mines. Fourth, Rev. Father Fox, for the
sunrise flies have planted themselves presentsa
tonic will be shot at ,
French sappers, anticipating such use of his beautiful new flag to adorn
striking lesson.
fatal
I that is necessarily
the stage and to the of the
an attempt, had placed electrically fair week. ; pastors The placards justly blame the fly ,
controlled mines in various galleries I several churches for their announce-
and other I
the typhoid
at this for carrying
It is impossible
on the upper levels of the mine, and I ments last Sabbath; and the many and the mosquito for planting
to give estimate of the germs
any all I have for
when the German started and whose names not,
s sappers ; malaria in the human body. In this
bers of those who expect to
through one of the galleries ) their generous and patriotic services;
day afternoon the French -ester-\\ the Orlando fair on Friday. but last, not least, the press of Or- connection the proper screening of
of the of the house and beds against both pestsis
tire population city
ploded and the German soldiers were PLAN I lando, whose heart, head and columnsare .
I have signified their willinJ. shown.A
trapped at their work. A number of ever open to every good cause,
in
: china babies
I make the trip, and Mr. hundred one case
and hands extended to befrienda
them are believed to have been killed ever
of represents the child as it comes into
received the application
A furious battle about Bagatelle in : veteran of the civil war never ques-
On the world, while the next case showsa
who
will
-s'- owners go. VERA CRUZ the color of his uniform.
Argonnes, now raging for three days, I of confusion of orders tioning miniature grave yard in which the
continues unabated, although the a Very truly yours, in F. C. & L., I
general commanding markers show that twenty-five percent
number of troops engaged is greatly URIAII SEELY Secretary.
first selected as the day of these babies went to their
diminished because of dense thickets j
vasion tef Orlando, but the graves the first year from preventable
which prevent the maneuvering of' : YES, EVERYTHING IS DIFFER
ment of the Subtropical Fair diseases, while five per cent. succumb -
numerous forces. Hand to hand fight- I EXT IN ORLANDO
nified their choice of days } Sure to these diseases the second
i .
ing is the rule, and so desperate has .
Friday for Seminole county year.The
When the halted their
been the engagement that neither policemen
being lemon day. assertion that night air is injurious -
side has been able to make any gains. day I Feb. 9.-President mounts in front of the San Juan yesterday -
i The names of those who is met here by an illustrationvery
morning, the stout lady from
let his leaders in the
convincing that only "last
noted
will be carefully
DO YOUR SHOPPING EARLYTODAY go-f the start and '! he was behind the ship I Boston adjusted her eye glasses and night's air" is injurious when you
critically looked them over, and then
; with all his heart and
I In case any of them are breathe it. The ventilating and open
inquired, "Are those men be-
1 until it is enacted into young
the Orlando police they can porch sleeping is urged by a demonstrating 1
Ir order to allow their clerks and I in advance and hide their to one senator the ing trained for the police force? house and porch with dolls

other employes an opportunity to at- on the outskirts of the city. j emphatically if it When informed that they constitutedthe for patients in the beds provided as' :

tend the Subtropical Midwinter Fair The Orlando fair at this session he regular police force of being suitable for open air sleeping 1

most of the business houses and I' also remember that with the congress into an she remarked, "Oh, I orlando'l rooms.

banks will close today at noon for sand or more Sanford to continue the fight. men were fat and wore red Fresh air vs. fake consumptioncures
but then she added is
"everything
the remainder cf the day. Make a :i' city it would be the better comes from such different in Orlando." is presented in a novel way. i

note of this, and if you have any I' valor to give the prize to source as to seem to The quack doctor who exploits these t

shopping or banking business to look without any discussion, for any existing doubts fake cures is made to stand with his !
LION TRAINER WAS FORMER
after attend to it early. i i iI pender buttons are rather of an extra ses- ORLANDO BOY hands behind him receiving the illgotten j

I I I are liable to pop off and dollars, while the dial of time 4

CERTAINLY LOTS OF THEM i Orange county or Volusia is the president to see goes around showing the worse than .
Charles Soloman, whose stage name
HERE! i hibitors. that he is reported to- nothing that the patient gets from j
is Frank Lavene the lion trainer with
However, Sanford is suggested to the house day to day in return for these dollars. 1
the Johny Jones Shows, is an Orlando
The new comer after casting the hundred strong, and the program to expedite boy and formerly lived here. He The whole trend of the teaching of i

last glance at the skilfully arranged i mark an epoch in the worked for Dr. Christ and was a this worthy exhibit is individual responsibility I 1

floats of enterprising business housesin I two counties, juht as last the Weeks bill provid- for the existence and
trusted employe of the Cadillac gar-
yesterday's parade, said, "Well, if I marked ene. All bitterness i of naval auxiliaries treatment of preventable diseases. 1

one were to judge from what he sees I'' is ended and every citizen of I for the use of com- age. The Sentinel would urge upon all visitors t

in this parade and in the newspapers can meet every citizen of transportation of mails THE WEATHER at the fair to give plenty of

he would say there is not a hardware with the friendly feeling was passed in the time to this department. .

store in Orlando." booster feels for another. sent to the house. S. P. C. A. EXHIBIT ..
Florida: Fair Wednesday and I
do much to and without premed-
Each city can on page 4) Thursday and probably rising tem- Cleverly, yet

TEN ROUND DRAW other, and being in the - perature. itation, no doubt the booth of the :

greatest fruit and to remove the Humane Society, or rather the S. P.

New Yor, Feb. Lightweight of Florida Sanford and embassy from Mexico Curtis O'Neal are showing beau- C A. booth comes next to this health j

Champion Welsh and Joe, Shrugue should strive to assist in the tiful Valentines, cards and booklets. department. This booth, so attracta

tough a ten round draw here to- development and welfare of .as the foreshadowing The Orange Ave. Book and Music ive and so cozy, reflects the handi- ]

nfett. (Continued on page recognition of Villa. Store. (Continued on page :

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HOTELS ORLANDO BOY WINS-HIGH I Everywhere in Florida the news of I<, . . . .-.-. .-. .-.-.--. . . . . . . . . .1.1.1.1. . .--tp---. . .. .

the death of Frank L. Mayes, owner

and editor of the Pensacola Journal, I Seeds Seeds Seeds !
I
HONOR AT G. M. A. will be heard with regret. He was t
s THE KEYSTONE HOTEL one of Florida's best men and was always ll

a leader in every good movement -
r Corner West and Church Streets !
W. DeLaney Way, son of S. Y. affecting his community or his NEW STORE
; Splendid service, Excellent looms. Hot and cold water. One of the best
- rook in the tale. Rates ;'..oO I er week and up. tfi>ecial rates to parties Way, of Orlando, is one of the Orlando state.
Mining table board. boys attending the Georgia Mili- NEW SEEDS
FOR SALE-1 large flat top desk; j
f W. G. DUNCAN, Prop tary Academy. He is correspondentfor 1 large leather covered davenport.
the Atlanta Journal, each week
Both[ nearly new. A bargain. Call
furnishing an article of interest con- at St. Charles hotel, or phone 165. Sweet Corn, Field Corn, Peas, Beans, Etc. We

THE WINDERMEREChoice cerning happenings at the G.1.. A. Mrs. S. Miles Robinson. 1-10-lt guarantee our seeds to be fresh. *

In a recent issue he tells of honor

Location All Modern Conveniences that has come to "Cadet Ferris," none WANTED-An orange grove to cultivate Don't be disappointed for
and care for. A house on come to us Drugs
Excellent Table Good Water Reasonable Rates other than Josiah Ferris of Orlando, prove required. Can furnish wagon and Garden Seed. ,.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Ferris, and two mules and young man to as- 4
f On Beautiful Lake Lucerne, Orlando, Fla. Sr. "Joe," as he is familiarly knownto sist with work. Address W. E. P..

T his Orlando friends, won the high- Box 269. Orlando. 2-10-61
r-
.: "COLLIER GROVE'ON LAKE APOPKA est award in the Co. C during inspec-
VISIT

E f FOR THE BEST FISHING tion.The article in the Atlanta Journalis Dr. S. S. Jones City Drug Store

! On main country road, four miles east of Clermont and three miles west of follows
as :
I Ookland; 16 miles west of Orlando, at Bear's Gap Station, T. & G. R. R. CHIROPRACTOR "A
"A method of
causing rivalry GOOD DRUG STORE. :
Parking place for Autos. Fine Pier and Pavilion and Picnic Grounds. Tripsto the cadets has graduate Davenport College, 17 and
among just been re-
wonderful "Boiling Springs." Steel Motor and Row Boats, well equipped, 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone
: opted from last year. The plan is 209. Intelligent people everywhereare J. L- DEAN: Ph.G-
for hire. Agents for Ferro Motors andIullin's Steel Boats. to make every one take interest in being restored to health by chiro- ,
Oakland Office with T. Connell, Grocer. Telephone at residence, "Collier practic adjustments, the new scienceof
their uniforms and equipment. Major ' mill ' .
i Grove," call :Monte Verde. Pavilion on pier. Can be engaged for dancing J. P. Castleman, our commandant,has > removing free.the cause of disease.12-24-lmo: Examination -

f purposes. offered Atlanta liberty from Saturday

morning after inspection until eleven- SIGNS I

thirty to the cadet in each WRIGHT SEED
company CO.
!_ Home Comforts Service Finest Rooms in City I
who makes the best appearance at' Gold Leaf and Aluminum, on I
t F the inspection. It came as a com-
Rated Glass Wood
or
Sanitary:lnspection 100
I plete surprise last Saturday and it Cloth Signs and Big Bulletinsa We carry the Largest Stock of Seed in

r was awarded to Cadet Ferris, of Com-
specialty Orange county. Agents for the elebra-
pany "A;" Sergeant Boyd, of Com-
t THE NEW GRAND pany "B;" and Cadet Holt, of Com- I[ have Morgan with me and can ted National Guano Fertilizers .

t HENRY B2RTLETT., Prop. pany "C." These boys show real sol give prompt serviceGEO.A.BARKER

r diership, for they always look as if 206 So. Orange Ave.

inspection were ready, not lookingfor
i I European Plan ISJVeslPineSI., competitive inspection. 110 West Pine St.

i Rooms with Bath Orlando, Fla. The same issue of the Atlanta Jour
nal carries an excellent photoengraving DoctorsBiickiiinsliT
of W. DeLaney Way.

! TOURISTS ATTENTION! I NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION

I We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando I '
Department of the Interior-Serial
1 Prepared by our New York Cook No. 09184-U. S. Land Office at Personal instruction under Dr. Still :
Gainesville, Florida Feb. 6, 1915. at Kirksville, Mo. :
f 108 Rooms Bath Steam Heat. Notice is hereby given that Elbert
$1.00 Rockmore, of Clarcona, Florida, who, Hours, 9 to 12; 1 to 5; Evenings by I
:k on August 26. 1911, made homestead appointment. -_

Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water entry of No.southwest 09184 for quarter northeast and south-quarter 132 S. Orange: Ave.. above Peoples BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
National Bank. Phone 578.
, east quarter of northwest quarter,' I LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
EMPIREJHOTEL' section 5, township 22 south, range .
. 28 east, Tallahassee meridian, has DISAPPOINTMENT Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
filed notice of intention to make
!4 54 Light Housekeeping Rooms three-year proof, to establish claimto Comes to those who buy "old garden 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduction
r the land above described, before seed." Our store is new, our seedsare during that time:
clerk of circuit court at Orlando, fresh. Don't be disappointed.Come .
Florida' on the 1st day of April, 1915. Car $555.00Runabout
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Touring
f ROSSMORE INNWindermere Claimant names as witnesses: Ran- to us for pure drugs and fresh

k dall D. Betsy, of Ocoee, Florida; Den- garden seed. City Drug Store, J. L. 505.00 -
i nis Thomas, of Ocoee, Florida; Toney Dean. 2-3-2wksc .
Walker, of Clarcona, Florida; Benja- F O. B. Orlando AU can fally ..Ipped.

' This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric min Griffin of Ocoee. Florida. farther. w. will b* .kW. U attain. the .Isms..f \eimr*
f lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with ROBERT W. DAVIS, Register. PHONE 646 IB .or factory pradMttom. and tile aI.i.. .. net !. _rpard..i.
, Lath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, and fish- AUTO FOR HIRE .* and aal" depart.e.t. If .w. .-.dI a..twt ml
, bathing FEATURES TO BE SEEN ON THE 4.*....a can fetwec th. afc... data*
ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. MIDWAY FIRST CLASS REPAIRING tad ..1. w. reach tUa raa'acttea. we fn* I. par a.
BARNARD & SON tb* "' 7n'. .b..... ,_ I4, to $It per f sr (M .r aWrt.
A.-1 1ltlS) to "'rrr retail b y'r wb. p-rcb. a m*
Trained wild animal show; Capt. 17 Hughey Street Orlando, FU. Ford" rar bctwrm Au..at I. It.. ..' Ae.... 1. 111.
rvctrdinc lb .. I..prkek .aid pr.twaharin .
partlolar.
12-10-iiu farther
[ Far
THE OSCEOLA Curley Wilson, chief trainer; Frank pl... a.'
Levine, Paul Raymond, Chas. Young,
, I James Rossi, Princess Louise, assist- F. G. RUSH. '

t- STEAM HEAT THROUGHOUT I It ant trainers. Fifty wild and domestic ORLANDO I Phone 226JUST

i t Magnolia and Robinson Ave, J. W. HURLEY, Manager animals. S
Dixieland Minstrels.

Trip to Mars. PLUMBING CO.
: Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round World of Living Wonders. .. -

t European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite Betty, the Alligator GirL - - -
Crystal Tango Tangle. 26 WEST PINE STREET
t ii Dakota Max Wild West.
( GOES THE
i vJ....t r f. rvTHE Thelma Athletic, Living and Wrestling Half-Lady.Exhibition. PHONE 122 JONES SAME

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Chicken Family.

t Dion's Animal Freaks. Best Plumbing at Low- 1
Girl
Edna, the Mysterious.

Dolletta, Smallest :Mother on Earth, est PricesWe My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen

t and Her Children. months has not changed its schedule, but leaves ct the
Ferris Wheel.MerryGo'Round.. are not in the ombine.SLAUTER'S .
latest inventions used same time it always has. -

Fred Owens, balloonist, daily as- on all firstelaMPlumbing
TIME TABLE
censions, featuring three to six para-
ARCADE
HOTELJ.
Construction:
chutte drops. Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front of Evans The Jeweler.
B. MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop.
FOR SALE-Would you like to havea
First Class Restaurant Livery and Autosin nice winter home in Orlando, -
where you could raise your own vege- -For FineWATCH WEST BOUND fAST BaUD
Building in Connections tables and strawberries, keep chickens CLOCK Read Down Read Up'
and
have grapefruit and ,
and orange I
Orlando, Fla. tangerine trees! Not too far from I JEWELRY REPAIRING IA.l\I.,A.l\1. P. 1\1. I..A.l\f. P. M.P. 1\1.
the center of town; just at the citv

IF YOU WANT A LUNCH with limits,all on oaks a magnificent, on the street road td shaded the I call on C. VATER whois Orlando - s I 6:30jIO.15; 3:00: 9.3 1.30' 6.00

Country Club. If so, buy this gem. an expert at this trade Ocoee : 4:00 8.3C 12.3 5.00
imtmm fmmm m mmmmi mmmi m m mmai m i mmi mmmmm It has five large high: ceilinged sun- .
Winter Garden 7:4511:30
I : 4'30 I 8.15 12.' 4-45
and bath, newly paintedand with experience
ny rooms many years
worth the money, come to Pope's Quick Lunch Counters. Our
streets. Oakland 8:00---
papered, facing two I 4:30 I 8.00.-1, 4.30
food is not cooked in front of your eyes, where you are annoyed Price only $2,000. Circumstances at Youngs RepairShopOpp. -
with the odors and heat, but in our sanitary kitchen. Try a cup compel us to sell. Address "Winter -- --- ----- -
Orlando.
Home. care Sentinel office, Post Office; Pine Street Subscribe For The Daily Sentinel
of our Rowland Special Coffee, French Dripped. The price isonly 2-10-tf

5c. a cup. We offer you the best of service.
PUBLIC WEDDING -
Open to the first respectable white IMIIM > MiiMiiiitiM '
Pope & Co.'s Quick Lunch CountersChurch couple making: application to eitherof
the undersigned, we will buy the
Street. Open from 5 a.m. to midnight license, pay the minister, furnish auto I
for bridal party and present couple the
with fifty dollars cash; ceremony to Polly Seminary Beauty. j
take place on grounds: during hour of
big auction sale of home building lotson
Amelia avenue, Wednesday Feb-
runrv 24, 10: a. m. See-
ORLANDO ROOFfNGAND CARL PANS, the Lot Man, at his. A COLLEGE MUSICAL COMEDYTO
office on Orange: avenue; or
WM. FITZSIMMONS, at Hotel
Tremont.IF BE PRESENTED BY


SHEET METAL CO. YOU HAVE a nice property here, J. PEARLE ROGERSWITH
MISS
d"t't leave it unprotected when you
go North. I will live on the place
and work it as you direct on sharesor
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos --
a salary. Address White Man,
Box 178. 2-10-3t
and Rubber Roofings A Local Company of Forty Ladies and Gentlemen
I WILL TAKE CARE of your Flor-
ida property and work it for you
Cornices Metal Ceilings
Skylights. Beating Ventilating while you are North, just as you wish
to direct. Address White Man Box BENEFIT CIVIC LEAGUEThe
178. 2-10-3t-
Works: 14 E. ChurchSt.: ORLANDO

FOR SALE-An elegant parlor organ -
Lucerne Feb.
in good order. It cost $150. Tuesday Evening, 16th.
822 North Orange: avenue. 2-10-31 ,

Seats on sale and reserved Monday, Feb. 15th, 9 a. m., Estes Drug Store
Mr. A. B. Overstreet is spending

Try Sentinel Want Ads. l today in Lakeland on business. .
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BISHOP CAMERON MANN i len-e anointing Jesus: :"Just as that -'"
intment filled the house in which I I
The lot advertised for $1200, Head of South Florida Diocese Who Jesus was anointed," the bishop said, II H
Consecrated St. Andrew's Churchto I'
with a reduction of $400.00, if "so did all Christian actions fill the
Service of God With Impressive -
build, boughtby I Services Yes- community with purity and sweet j
buyer would was I
terdayIoming VJonIay Fib1 24th l 1815
ness.The :
Mr. Samuel Brice of Newt bishop traced the history of y
York. We have decided to of- The Tampa Times of February 9 St. Andrew's church briefly from the ,
I!publishes the following article entitled time nearly a half century ago when
fer another one. i: "St. Andrew's Church Consecrated two church members determined to
iI I I ," also a most excellent likeness build a church edifice in Tampa and
Mann, of first erected a little wooden church I
of Bishop Cameron
Corner lot, well located. Side- BIG NOVELTY AUCTION
Orlando: out of which had grown the present .
walks,water, lights, gas. Northeast -i I' One of the most solemn services building. "This edifice is a church,"
ever conducted in St. Andrew's Episcopal the bishop said, with great emphasison
$1000.00. Will take $600 church was held yesterday the verb "is." "It stands apart SALE OF TOWN LOTS....
if buyer will build within one I I morning, when that church was consecrated from billiard parlors, theatres lec-
I I by Bishop Cameron Mann of ture halls and libraries. It is conse-
year. I'the South Florida Episcopal district. orated to the worship of God and
II I The services were most impressive none of the outside worldly influencesare .Amelia Avenue Property.
II throughout from the moment Bishop mingled with it. "The odor of "
I Mann was met at the main entrance the ointment fills he house.'"
I of the church by the wardens who i The services yesterday were made I
accompanied him up the main aisle more especially beautiful by the appropriate 34 Beautiful High-Class, close in Home Building Lots, will
CARL DANN reciting the twenty-fourth Psalm music sung by the choir
I they wended their way to the altar.IFollowing |I under the leadership of Miss Ferris. sell to the HIGHEST BIDDERS on long and easy terms.
the customary declarations Confirmation services were conducted -
for this service Bishop Mann led the ; by Bishop Mann at the church at
REAL ESTATE consecration and prayers and then which there was a large class of can-
followed the most solemn consecra- didates to receive the sacred rites, 8 Band Concerts[ b by Orlando[ Concert Band
tion service setting the church apart and again at the House of Prayer
from all worldly encumbrances as a last night Rev. W. C. Richardson presented -
COMPANY house of God. I another large class of candi-
Bishop Mann's sermon was a brief :dates. At both of these services Business Center9[ to 9:30-Later on Grounds.
one from the text, "And the odor of I there were large congregations pres-
ointment filled the house" taken ent.

Cter! Cheese! from which that tells passage the story of of the Mary Scriptures Mag- JI I I'I J I I Take a slant at the want ads.DICKSONIVES FREE AUTOS WILL LEAVE{ [ BUSINESS '!CENTER AT:9:30: :



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New White York Mild Full Cheese.Cream Cheese. CALL UP CARL DANN-ORLANDO'S LOT MAN, Have cu out i siS;: !

Yellow Strong Cheese. . over this proposition. 1 he prettiest prospect for H liT e or J Investment ever offered
Pimento Cheese. on the AUCTION BLOCK. .
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Pineapple Cheese.
McLaren's Imperial Cheese. !
Public
McLaren's Bu-lac-tic Cheese. r i Wedding PropositionWe :

Welsh Rarebit Cheese.
McLaren's Roquefort Cheese :bj will buy the license, pay the minister furnish autos for bridal party and a
Try one of our new Star Mops. present couple \\ith Mho cash. Ceremcny to take place on the grounds during
hour of sale: Open to first respectable white couple making application.; See
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Paramount Feature is to sell the goods as quickly as possible. The sale .

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

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


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THE DAILY "Our GRAND PYROTECHNIC DISPLAY I --- --- ---- --- --- --
Village""Hands Beautiful Lake-E *
THURSDAY NIGHT I )
South Florida Sentinel '

MORNING AhD WCCKLV Off"at Fair had lit- Secretary. R. O'Neal announced I Residence For I
W. JL C1RNX_ . ........Edits
tle effect.
W. C. ESSINKTON . .".""*....>. M.aagrrEntered yesterday that tomorrow evening in
-- - -Afetr Our Fair its Gasparilla an front of the grdnd stand at the fair Sale
at t to. pestotrw. at Orlando Flor- then the Mikado. Our Annual
ida. a. McooDd CUx Mail Milter_ grounds, would occur the largest and ,
-Lots of peepul. in town yest. an most expensive pyrotechnic displayever
- SUBSCRIPTION RATES more today. given in this section of Florida. AT A [GREAT BARGAIN
Daily. 1 Year -OO !
6 Month Lb. -Even the old citizens the The fireworks be ;
Daily. got on will
given under the i
Daily. S Month ...,....".. 1.15 Location LILYYtIITE Y \ SALE
P* 1y. I Month V. merry go round )'est. Its fun fr old I direction of the International FireWorks : corner East Washington -

"t .Ii.-I-Y ear'-.-_ . .-"-. .-.....'.. it.uti and young. I i company of Jersey City N.J., and East Street facing
-ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS- PAYABLE IN -We didn't know there was so and no expense will be spared. There : north. There is a beautiful view

Al \ANCE! many bus lines in town until }'est. will be many set pieces and features. I lof the Lake. Lot is 75x150 of \
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TO ADVERTISERS: when everybody wanted to take us to This afternoon as yesterday afternoon I feet. House is constructed of

Copy f.r display and all ether hand-net the F. grounds-for ten or fift. cents. there will be daylight fireworksof : log and shingles and contains White Goods

office adv.rti..f!nx the taut Sentinel b. handce not later in at than the huaiaru 2 p. _. We ast W. L. tilden why he didn't a unique nature. Come one, came : eight large rooms beautifully LacesEmbroideries

the day before publication., This rule applies hang a sign'on his car, "Fair grounds all. Don't fail to see the big display. finished. This property belongs

to variable chance and for will contract be strictly" adfcrtislir.adhered.: t.it. i.. 10 cents" and he said he was 'frad ;| to Col. W. P. Walton, former and '

somebody might steal it. He's a clever :MAY ORGANIZE NEW ENGLAND owner of the Reporter Star, who ,

Subacribera should notify desiring the The oflFee Sentinel in writing dia..ntined on- feller. I CLUB occupied it about six months. Muslin Underwear
I'
the date of expiration. otherwise it will I* i -Everybody was pretty well tired i I Business interests compel the
continued at the regular subscription rate ,
until notice to stop ia received.Telephone out last night. 1 I Thursday at 7:30 o'clock will Colonel to live in Kentucky and
Numb r ... 24 -The perade was a dandy. 'be taken towards the formation steps of he has instructed us to sell the I

1 I -The daylight fireworks was a 'I New a property at a great bargain. ;i
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 10, 1915. England club at Tourist Headquarters Now OnZ!
treat. You could see the explosion _
The
Vermont and New i FOR SALE EXCLUSIVELY BY
but not the bombs. f I I
PROGRESS TOLD IN A Hampshire organizations have been
Ever the last ,.
FEW FIGURESThe >body picked out and the
temporarily organized plan
rw in the grand stand to get the sun. I I Cooper Atha
civic parade yesterday was a now is to merge the associations intoa 1
-'Ve didn't know there
notable success and a credit to the was so: central body. Committees have
many autos until we saw em parkeJ 114 South Orange Are Ground Floor ,
city. It showed the various enter- been appointed from each state to &
at the F. G. Phone No. 311
prising: business and manufacturing canvass the situation.
interests and testified to the thrift -Orange county day today. I .
-We'l be glad when the monkey ,
and progressiveness of
prosperous PEACE SOCIETY EXHIBITThe
Orlando. gets out of town. :

"Figures do not lie," is an expres- -We have been invited to attend +I Peace Society have booth in
a VENEER CORES :
4IJt.
the Banquet of the State architects
sion often given to add emphasis to a which suitable mottos adorn
many
.
Assn. at the San Juan Thurs. night.
certain statement. When other meth- the walls and loving ladies dispense
peace $1.25Per
Thanks Bros. King and Hutton, well
ods of argumentation fail one may literature to the public with a
be there.
pull out some statistics and fling i I lavish hand. Sherman's characterization Strand Up

them in your face remarking "There of war and the message of the &
if you don't believe me, take a look HOUSE FLIES ETC., ARE FEA- Prince of Peace stand out boldly in FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND
OAK WOOD
TURES OF HEALTH DEPT. I
at these figures.
the foreground as a lesson study for
Figures are impressive. They are mankind. Orlando Wood YardB.
hard and cold and business-like. (Continued from page 1)

There is little leeway for one to side- work of Mrs. Edward Hauselt. To I W. Kingsley Proprietor .,.
PINE STREET AND R. R.
step when confronted by harsh fig- this comfortable booth visitors are in- FOUND-License plate No. 69, and
card "Car for Hire." Owner Telephone 344:
may
vited to sit and view and
pictures
have same by paying for this ad. and 9-30
ures.Consequently when the city exhibitin real literature that will create a deeper seeing Officer Broom.
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the monster pageaht yesterdaycame and more humane interest in dumb I --- -- I
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it did animals.
marching along not require 1- .

much effort to see that peoplewere PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK Enormots"reductions on everything in White.

visibly affected by the figures on EXHIBITThe Note these few, there are many similar.
the placards the street department I exhibit of the Peoples National I

wagons. Bank of coins and monies covering

And here are the figures that people practically the whole period of civil- WHITE GOODS

looked at-figures that struck ization when man used some mediumof I
1200 YARDS 38-40 inch White Splash Voile,
home figures that did not liefigures exchange affords an interesting Dainty and Sheer beautifully finished, regularly -
that told as no other method and instructive study. Some of the sold at 35c. Our price has been 25c..

could tell-the progress made by Or- older citizens of the state view some Lily White Sale Price

lando. of the state issues with unpleasant 18 a cts
Lake Eola and Eola Park
To read the figures is to be con- recollections, for as one elderly gen-

vinced that Orlando is a city of proportions tleman put it, "it's value was as uncertain 1000 YARDS of the famous White Luna Lawn

a city that has made won- as present day war news." delicately sheer with the exquisite finish ofa

derful progress, a city where it is an The exhibit is under heavy guardall '1 high-class' Organdie fully worth 30c.,
the time. At night the is Lily White Sale Price
incentive to linger to abide to become display

permanently identified and to taken to the bank vault. Two hun- 18% cts

invest in realty and become a native dred and forty-three! registered the The time is now ripe for an investment in this par-

by adoption if not already one by first two hours yesterday.
Extra Special! Purchase In White Goods
birth. ticular section of the city. Property well bought will be
Read these figures: EXTRA SESSION OF CONGRESS 2000 YARDS WHITE DRESS GOODSIn -
checks Stripes Dimity Lawns etc. Reg-
Sewerage, $140,000. absolutely certain of producing a profit. I have two or ular value 15c. to 25c. Lily White Sale
(Continued from 1))
- New storm sewers, $10,000. page
8 1-%
Our schools, 50000. The suggestion now is that the price CIS
New churches, $150,000. house take up this bill and tack the three offerings which I can recommend as sure MONEY- 1500 YARDS WHITE DRESS GOODS-

New buildings, 599252. pending ship purchase bill as an Exquisitely Embroidered* on Swiss and
Scotch Organdies and :Muslins This class
New park 10000. amendment and send it back to the MAKERS. of Fabric is used for the new mode of Flare

New sidewalks, $5,000. senate. Skirts. Regular values 50c. to 75c., Lily

Increase in tax values $299,646. As the Weeks bill was supportedby Call and let me show them to you. White Sale price 23C

Miles of pavement 13. Republicans their refusal to accept SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.

.. i . o- it in this new shape might em-

Have you gone to the fair yet! If barrass hem. WEDNESDAY'S SPECIALr
The attractions The senate was in session all Mon-
note go today. many
and exhibits will interest you. day night!.all Tuesday and startedin I.5Q

again upon another all night ses-
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Somebody is now making glass sion. McCumber of North Dakota EMBROIDERED DRESS PATTERNSMade

took the floor at 6:20 this evening S. Y. WAY
bricks. And it is claimed that !ie of finest quality and newest designs in
within them still throw following the refusal of the senate to
dweller may No two worth
stones. adjourn. Swiss Embroidery. patterns alike

from $7.60'to $10.00 pattern.

o BREEZY LETTER FROM SAN- Insurance and Real Estate Agent Priced for :Monday at _________ $4.98. .
and thereis
Orlando is full but dry
FORD EDITOR
room at the top.Yesterday's .

p PHONE 172 I EMBROIDERIESFrom
(Continuea irom page 1)
sunshine was almosttoo and by the combined effort make each Plauen, From St. Gall direct to us here
good to be true. means that our purchasing powers are sufficiently
of them and the two counties greater
o large to interest the best manufacturers in Swit-
than ever. II zerland. Examine our stock note the comprehensiveness -
SIDELIGHTSBy No more shall war cry sever, and the enormous variety of our as-
Or war song rent the air; sortment and extreme lowness of price--and an-
( W. S. Branch) They buried the hatchet forever ticipate your present and future. needs at this
When they attended the Seminole I sale.
President Wilson ought to lend the fair 5000 YARDS SWISS EMBROIDERIES

business men of the country those R. J. HOLLY. Edges Bandings Insertions up to 18 inchesin
wonderful spectacles through whichhe width-many baby matched sets among
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sees confidence returning. Throughmost I. . . . MllllieillMlllllllilMIIHIIiiilliThe . . .. . . . Regular Price from 15c. to '$1.35 Lily White
glasses real confidence is seen 10 cents
Sale Price
.. returning only after the next presi-
SEE BIG WINDOW DISPLAY
dential election.-Philadelphia Press. Proprietors ofTHORNTON

Green has always been the color
Extra Special
that typifies envy and the Philadel-
27 INCH ORGANDIE FLOUNCING-
phia editor is probably looking PARK Designs the newest and most in demand. Exceptional -
through green goggles which will not
value for $1.25. Lily White Sale$9
allow him to see things in their real

colors. THE ONLY COLORED ITEM IN THE SALEA

"With fame in just proportion envy Cordially invites you to inspect their property. They SILK SPECIAL !

grows; 700 YARDS JACQUARD SILKS, in ten of this

The man makes that foes.makes" a character promise not to trouble you with numerous interviewsor season's leading shades including Black .
--0-- worth 50c. yard. Lily White Sale Price 17c

--0-- press you to buy. Just let them show you these

CoL Harvey

Col. George Harvey editor of the beautiful near-in lots and quote prices. Shade trees, "

North American Review former editor -

of Harper's Weekly and erst- fruit trees, sidewalks, electric lights. DICKSON IVES CO
while of "
a political prognosticator
some reputation, predicts that Sena Inquire at 905 E. Central Avenue, on the prem-

tor William E. Borah of Idaho will

be the Republican nominee for president ises or ask your dealer.TAYLOR .

in 1915 and also intimates that
.DEPARTMENT STORE.
he will probably be elected.As .

we now recall the incident it ...

was Colonel George that President ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

Wilson requested to desist from sup- The Store of true service, of never-failing

porting him for the office in 1911 I & THORNTON of fair dealing, of trust-worthy mer COurtesy

giving as his reason that he feared chandise, at right prices

such support would do more harm
ORLANDO e
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Idaho senator with the fatal 13 Proprietors

letters in his signature should makea

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LOCAL EQUAL SUFFRAGE LEADI I 1i=I- IiO. 1:1 :

(Manic nrW GRANDGRAND ERS BUSY "GET IT AT ALLEN'S" 91

IfI I The Equal Suffrage League mem-

bers are buttonholing all men and extracting -
-Edited By Miss Eliza Wright -
promises that won't wash off
Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254WEEKLY and good naturedly present argu-

TODAY ments that convince many men
S SOCIAL CALENDARFeb. is on her way to Florence Villa for a against their will. Any man who a

rest, and Orlando is very fortunateo thinks himself a Sampson againstthe
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10th-13th. ,
i: ) have her stop off here. She will wiles of woman will have his confidence -
speak at the fair grounds Thursday in himself shattered by venturing -
Thursday
11 A. M.-Address, Dr. Anna Shaw morning. Every one invited to hear around this booth. Many signatures r.,
Equal Suffrage League, Fair grounds. her. were obtained yesterday totwo
Volusia County day at the Fair. i resolutions: ((1) favoring the extension -
Gentlemen's evening, Rosalind' SUFFRAGE MEETING "THE NEW APPRENTICE"A of the franchise: to women;
Club; :Mrs.: Beeman. chairman.
Friday I POSTPONED.The (2) the submission of an equal suffrage .
I
Nullos Club; Mrs. C. B. Robinson, regular monthly meeting of amendment to the state consti- o 0
hostess. s he Orlando Equal Suffrage Leagueis tution. YOUR JEV; LLRY CASE
Dance at Rossmore Inn. Real Comedy.
SaturdayBeJgian postponed on account of the fair. is ju.t yearning for some of the trinkets we are now showing.
relief card party Rosalind I' II members are requested to visit NOTICE You'll yearn too when you see the pretty rings, lockets, b-oochcc,
Club. the Suffrage booth at the fair. Dues I scarf pins cuff buttons: etc. They are just as dainty a* can be;
Saturday Auction Bridge Club; may be paid there. several requests having been made just the things that nice people are wearing Come in and look at II
Mrs. S. H. Alleman, hostess. i I for examination of children between them. The prices are by no means alarming.
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--0- ages of 4 and 5 notice is given
years,
FAIR STARTS OUT GAILY. MEETING OF U. D. C. that Dr. Cassius Boone will examine ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
Fair week started out gaily. I POSTPONED.The "WHITE ROSES. ,
such as be presented on Wednes-
may
On Monday evening Mr. R. Bazile Annie Coleman Chapter of the day and Thursday. A special class Ib if --01:1- .CO
U. D. C. has postponed the meeting --
Brossier entertained the set
younger will be made of these in the Better
which was to have been held at the
with a dance at the San Juan cabaretin A Biograph Drama Babies contest.
honor of Miss Dorothy Martyn, of home of Mrs. Howe on Thursday of WE COULD EXPLAIN

Daytona, who is visiting in the city ,this week, to Thursday, February 18,
on account of the fair.A to you the difference between
during the fair. The guests as they FA
prrived were introduced to Miss MarI I LucerneTODAY 4 1 ti variuos grades of paints. But

tyn and her mother, Mrs. Maley, in SPECIAL FEATURE FOR FAIR ._, the surest way to convince your-
self of that difference is to
VISITORS TOMORROWMrs. try
the parlor of'the hotel. The guests ,
II rli: SOUBKETfE AND THE r9u t our paint the next time and note
for the evening were Miss Martyn and
Mrs. Maley, :Mr.: and Mrs. Roberts, John Edward Ensign, residingat "SblP" Y hQW much smoother they are
Miss Roberts. Mrs. McCarroll, Misses ,I "Interlachen," Lake Underhill, Or- and how much longer they 1 la

Sarah and Ella Slemons, Emily Mil- I:lando, has been invited by Dave Lock- than others. You'll profit by

ler, Fanine Dosser, Pauline Nuckolls, hart, superintendent of racing, to ride A Lubin Comedy. "IN THE WILD MAN'S I the experiment.

Ada Bumby, Margaret Hart, Nellie I'I her Kentucky saddle mare, "Lady of LAND"A 01 wntte LEAD Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co

Kinzel, Eudalia White, Miller, Pol- Quality," at the fair tomorrow morning Majestic Drama Featuring
lard, Eloise Robinson; and .Messrs. I at 10 o'clock. That is the hour Marguerite Fischer. 205 S. Orange Avenue

Kendrick Guernsey Harold and Wei- I when saddle horses under saddle will COtEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
ton Johnson, Geo. Atkins, RandolphCobb be shown-Class D-24. Mrs. Ensign
"THE BROKEN X"A
R. O. Compton, Lester and Ed- took a blue ribbon at Pittsburg in the
win Beeman, \Virn. Beardall, B. N.-'B. horse show before coming South. A SHADOWS AND SUNSHINE"A

Miller, Bert Walker R. Bazile Bros- number of her friends have urged her Selig Drama. Princess Drama"HOGAN'S VALENTINES L { AW VAIMINEPOST CARDS
sier, and J. Clement Brossier. !Between to ride, and it will be an event of
dances sandwiches and fruit much interest.

punch were served. The evening was FOUR SPLENDID REELS WILD CATS."
quite a delightful one. The cabaret: GROCERY STORES CLOSE TO AT-

dance was very-informal.0 TEND THE FAIR A Keystone Comedy. A scream. All kinds and prices to suit. all


AND MRS. MATHEWS We, the undersigned grocery firms, and books. Get
tastes pocket yours
ENTERTAIN. of Orlando, do hereby agree to close "TOO MUCH BURGLAR."
Hear
Another delightful affair on Mon- our stores all the afternoon of
A Vitagraph Comedy. while the assortment is good.W. .
day evening was the dinner party Wednesday, February 10, so that our
given by Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Mathewsin clerks can attend the fair: Caruthers THAT ORCHESTRA" FOUR SPLENDID REELS.

honor of Mr. H. B. Voorhies, of & Gore, T. A. Mann, John F. S. BRANCH,
Brooklyn, N. Y. Plates were laid for Empie, Yowell-Duckworth Co., Dick-

twenty-four, a delicious five 'course son-Ives Co., Pure Food Store, A. D. Book and Music Store
First Floor ________5c. and lOc. The Arcade
dinner being served. The decorationsand Bell, F. J. Jones Cash Grocery Co.,
White Balcony ____5c. and lOc.
Co., Ruzk Bros.. Ken-
favors were all suggestive of St. Forage Grocery 5 cents. 10 cents
Valentine's day, which will be here tucky Grocery Co., Geo. Chick, A. Colored Balcony ____5c. and lOc Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results
soon. Beautiful roses were used in Forage, M. E. Weeks, A. L. Lucius

4. decorating the rooms. Cards were< Co. W.J. Kelly, Beck & Payne, D. B. .
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indulged in, later during the evening Rayborn. -
Mrs. Frank Moulton has arrived in
Miss Deterick winning the ladies'
Orlando from Los Angeles, Cal., to
prize, and Mr. Hamilton Johnson the BOY SCOUTS AND NEWSIES IN-
visit Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Sherman at FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
gentlemen's. Those who enjoyed this TERESTING PARADE
their home, 810 South Main street.
pleasing affair were Mr. and Mrs. W. FEATURESIf
Mrs. Moulton and Mrs. Sherman are
S. Coleman, :Mr. Voorhies, Mr. and
Established 1886
old friends, but they have not met
Mrs. Hamilton Johnson, :Mr. and Mrs. one may judge from the friendly
each other in several
Wm. Lege, :Mr. and Mrs. Nathan, comment made along the line, the years. .
Miss Nathan Mr. and Mrs. A. R. most interesting features of the pa- -

Bogue, Miss Deterick, Miss Beeks, rade yesterday were the Boy Scouts Mrs. H. M. Webster, sister of Mr. CURTIS & O'NEAL
Miss Doty, Miss Pope Miss Chap- and the newsies; the "Ask Me" and C. A. Hovey, arrived in Orlando last
man, Mrs. Forde, :Mrs. O. S. Robinson "Show Me" boys-the men of tomor- night from Glens Falls, N. Y. She
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Ives, Jr., and row. In these boys habits and ideasare was accompanied by Mr. Edward A.

Mr. and Mrs. Martin. being instilled that will prove the Hovey, who will spend some time I INSURANCE LOANS

. --- safety valves of future complicatedsocial with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. !
GUEST OF MRS. CARR. :'> I and business conditions.AN Hovey, at their home on West street. .
ESTATE RENTALS
Mrs. Caney, of Gotha, who will REAL

take the role of "Katisha" iDj, the IMPORTANT MEETING. HELD i Dr. M. B. Swift and wife, of Fall
Mikado, has been the guest of" lrs. *' YESTERDAY I River, Mass., who have been spend-

Forrest Dabney Carr for several ys, ing some time in Orlando, guests of I. .
and attended the rehearsal last night. An important meeting of the Flor- the New Lucerne hotel, left yester-

-01'0 ida Growers' and Shippers' .Leaguewas day afternoon to visit points of inter-

HAVE DR. SHAW held yesterday in the office of est in the southern part of the state, FO I REN Bungalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main
FOR GUEST.Dr. Lloyd S. Tenny, manager, and was with Bartow as their first stopping
Anna Shaw, president of the attended by L. D. Jones of Tampa, place.OSTEOPATHY. Street.
National Woman's Suffrage Associa- J. C. Chase of Jacksonville, L. B.

tion, will be the guest of Rev. Eleanor Skinner of Dunedin, and many others.Dr. Seven' Room House South Orlando.
Gordon while in the-city. Dr. Shaw

HERE FROM CHATTANOOGAMr. Anna Shaw, president of the

and :Mrs. A. N. Goodwyn, of Women's National Suffrage Association DR. J. C. HOWELL Two New Five RoomHouses| South West Orlando.
Chattanooga, are the guests of Mrs. will speak at the fair groundson Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
Goodwyn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. Thursday, February 11, at eleven Kirkarille Graduate
B. Floyd, at their home on Living- o'clock a. m. No one should fail to Consultation Free
Office Cheney Block, San Juan
ston avenue, coming in time for the hear her, as she is an orator of national HoteL Opp. ....;
midwinter fair, and win remain for reputation and will be givena Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 -
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30 x 3 ___________$9.00 37 x 5 ---_______$32.20

30 x 31 ________$11.60
36 x 4V -_______$27.35;
merely few refinements, but the highest form of refinement 32 x 3V4 ________$13.35
34 4i _____
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33 X 4 :_________$19.05 --; $26.00
at every point. even to minor details. Full Floating 34 x 4 __________$20.50 36 x 4 __________$20.50

Rear,. Axle; Timken Bearings; Electric Lights and Starter;

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


Price $860.00 fob Orlando.PHILLIPS.,
Adjustments Made Here.

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SENTINEL FOR RENT .J 1.1.11)I'>ClIa1:11.: llid Sl1.i"1gle i
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t FOR RENT-One room for light
housekeeping; pleasant neighborhood -
.. near Eola park. Mrs. T. H.
Fuller 307 East Pine. l-7-3t
WANTSThe

t FOR RENT-Furnished for light
housekeeping, suite of large pleas-
sP ant rooms; bath, hot and cold water; 1
I electric lights; private family; close
Morning Sentinel Want in. Phone 520. 312 North Main St.
; Directory is the Greatest Want 2-7-61
Ad Medium in Orlando. ORLANDO

FOR RENT-Small tla,, modern conveniences -
Terms Cash in Advance. unfumisLt-J. Jas. A.
Knox. 11-3-tf
RATES

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For One Day 25t NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
For Three Days ___________50c to adults only. 409 Delaney street. Royal Cement, Agatit Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Six Days ----___________75c 10-25-tf
HE HAS ARRIVED. WHO? I For One Month ___________1.50
This
rate applies on all ads of WANTEDWANTEDPosition
25 words or less. If the ad con-
Mr. Homeseeker He
says: tains more than 25 words the rate I 11111111111111111111I1111111111111111111111111111111111111 1111111111111111111..
as chauffeur, byI
will be one cent word for
per
"I have now decidedI each additional word, for each in- experienced young man, either in

sertion.If Chauffeur private family, care Sentinel.or garage. Address 1-9-=n- Sub-Tropical Mid-Winter jj
I WILL BUY IN ORLANDOThis you can't bring your ad to
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- WANTED-By three adults board
counts opened by telephone will be
and convenieces
rooms ; private
is the most uptodateand payable the following day. Family preferred. Or light housekeeping -
cleanest city I have rooms (furnished). Send 0b1LIA T'DO FL-A.'
seen. Every Home-Every Business- rate and particulars to Box 236, St. _, _
Every Man has use for a Cloud, Fla. l-7-3t ---- --- -
Sentinel Want Ad.
THE PEOPLE ARE MORE PROGStSSr/E/ Umbrellas recovered and repaired

FOR SALE "while you wait" at Young's Repair FEB. 9-13 1915.
It the best
presents general
Shop, 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc: ,
appearance of any place I
have visited." FOR SALE-At a bargain; six room FOUND-A gold scarf pin, in front EDUCATIONAL
house, 2 lots chicken house and
of Howard's Studio. Owner
We specialize in Orlando can
stable and
grapefruit treeson
; orange
City Homes and will be lots. Call at 722 Center street. have same by calling at Curry's elec-
Embracing-Agriculture Horticulture
l-9-6t trical shop and identifying propertyand Floriculture, Domestic
pleased to have call and
you paying for this adv. 1-30-tf
let us show you our real Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry,

values in this class of prop- FOR for SALE-Rhode setting; fine stock Island; $1.00 Red for eggs 13. BUYERS AND SELLERSI and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports

erty. Mrs. Calder. Phone 708. 2-3-lmoc
AreoplansLectures ard Entertainments all
buy sell rent and exchange real : kindsA

ORLANDO BUILDING LAND COII FOR with SALE-A all modern: good conveniences city residence; part, over estate.30 Have years.resided Have in Orlando handled, Fla.over, notable feature of the Sub-Tropical 1'1 id-\V inter Fair will be an exhi-

cash, balance on time. Address $20,000,000. Call and see m*. bition of Angus hort Hero and Heikrd 1 nils by Messrs. Cobb & Denny

North Orange Avenue "Owner 2-7-lmoc," care Sentinel office. II 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. of York, Ala with Graded Co\\s and CaUcs. These anirralj- are \\artarttd:

PHONE 608 GRIFFING'S PECANS free of ticks and immune to cattle, lever. The 1 bulls will be offered for sale, and

OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL FOR SALE-Meat market and gro- cattle owners who wish to in prove their herds:: will have an opportunit} cl getting
No be
more profitable can
cery doing good cash business; will crop some fine stock.
FRED B. DALEC. cut stock down to any size. R. L. raised than large paper shell pecans.
H. BRYANT Mercer, 310 West Church street. Grafted trees bear young. W. II.

2-4-6t Brokaw, salesman. Office 116 South
DAYIS A GILES. Counsel Orange. Phone 267. 1-28-12tc I -For Information or premium list, address
F. A. PEPPERCORN. Contracto FOR SALE-Five passenger touringcar

cash or in good A-l mortgage.condition; Dr.chew Taylor for, I WM. R. O'NEAL, Sec'y H. H. DICKSON, Pres.jz ;

905 East Central avenue. Phone 636 Dr. F. F. Thompson:
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SPECIAL TRAiNTampa FOR _SALE-Two lots in Seminole DENTISTRecently I I

Park for $80 each cash. AddressP. of New York I..
O. Box 373. 2-3-2wksc Over Curtis &
O'Neals, Orange Ave.24d&wlm. 1

FOR SALE-Best cafe in the city, I .
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doing a good business. Other busi- II - .
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my r 1ZU/ :::
dress Box 215. 2-2-tfc .J11Jt ---e/' "


Feb. 13, 15 arid 16 FOR modern SALE-Five conveniences room cottage completely, all

furnished 307; Broadway avenue. Apply Fir F r S SaleOrange l
to Mrs. McDade, 312 Broadwav

Leave Orlando 7:03 4. M.\ ,avenue. 1-27-lmo* S \
KIN CAID 1111ff SNU\NEN
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Arrive Tampa 10:30 A. M. FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock -
and tools best farm in county; va-
and riety fruits 1,600 trees; elegant up- ,
to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock grove; has been
BldgT-, Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own-
SPECIAL WILL LEAVE TAMPA er. 1-16-tfc set out a year; select budded trees Orlando's Largest and Cheapest

orange and grapefruit; there are
FOR. SALE Story & Clark upright
Returning Daily al 6:30 p. m. grand piano won by Miss Myrtle 111-2 acres in the grove; located on FURNITURE HOUSECor
Weeks in the recent contest will be
Lake Jem Mary, between Lake Conway -
Excursion Tickets sold daily. sold for benefit of Baptist church
building fund. Piano, may be seen and Lake Jennie Jewel 3-4 of a
Limited to February 26th. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E.
Main and Pine Sts. OrlandoEventuallv
Weeks 10 Washington street. mile from Pine Castle road soon tobe
1-13-tfc
--, bricked; new up to date seven room

Atlantic Coast Line FOR SALE-In good condition a hOQle; good large barn and other ,
Hercules stump puller single double -
and triple power. Also, good buildings. This proposition is for
ble team wagon. Address Geo.
Standard Railroad of the South Foster. Star RouteNo., Orl dou-I quick sale on easy terms. Inquire of I' -
Fla. i
J. B. Magruder Jr., office in Arcade; t ir

FOR SALE-A] splendid driving and or see the owner 1
t-t riding horse, 7 years old, sound and
kind Inquire of "Albert" at Magru-
der's livery stable. l-7-6t G. M. BISSELLL,

You Will Use :
FOR SALG:-One-half interest in at grove 12S1m'OSTEOPATH
good paying business in Orlando.
Address "Owner," care Sentinel.
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DR. L
H. RAMSDELL 2-7-6tc


t&ucc Mfcor OPTOMETRIST tw b... o. I-. Uki.., FOR SALE - -- -
75 acres suitable for citrus culture
ORLANDO. FLORIDAWfFIT and truck farming, bordering on a
GLAiFES: GRIND LENSES pretty lake and has one-half mile G AS1\\1
AND DO ALL: KINDS OF frontage on the Orlando to. Sanford
*>nrAI.. REPAIRING rick road, this frontage feeing adapted DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER
for nice home sites; could be subdivided Office corner Orange Avenue and
into 40 building plots 60x200
Church St., Davis & McNeil BIdg.,
Established 1870 eet.each, leaving about W..acr.e.s Jar
v ., citrus fruits and truck farming; five Phone 41?.
R.-E COCHRAN CO., Inc. minutes walk to railroad station .
132 Park Place, New York stores, hotel, school and churches.
Get the first in the
news SentineL
When
consider location
and FOECooking
Wholesale Dealers and Commission you good .
transportation facilities with other
Merchants in Florida Orangesand advantages the property's real valueis
Grapefruit $7,500. It is owned by a nonresident '
Represented by who needs money. He authorizes Have You Noticed'
me to sell it for $3,000. Whoever
Geo. W. Tull, Orlando Fla. buys this property gets a bar- and Heating
Liberal advances made on con gain. For further particulars, call on What is HappeningEast
signments. E. C. Young, room 10, McNeill &
R. E. Cochran President.T. Davis building corner Church street of Orlando
and Orange avenue. Orlando.
,
L. Turney, Treasurer. 1-31-tfc

1-22-2m Directly Out Because it is the most convenient, most
FOR SALE-On account of poor
health,the undersigned hereby offers fuel known.
for sale at a bargain, his desirable Central Avenue? cleanly and most efficient
property located at the corner of

This Vest property street and is Ridgewood central in avenue.a first Why not begin today as a Gas User?

class neighborhood, and convenientto
$$3)000 Buys Four[ Lots school business lake and park. We offer for sale Seminole
) and
will labor
[ Park Lots located You time
Owner will sell all, or part, cash or just at the save expense.
terms. Property consists of nice limits
new City on easy terms.
I bungalow fronting on Ridgewoodavenue I I I
has six rooms and large
ceiled basement with flue, suitable for
$3,000 BUYS FOUR LOTS on Colo- kitchen or laundry; lot 47x85 feet; Also 2V4 miles from the City

nial Drive east fronting Park lake house unfurnished. Price $2,100. limits near Lake Underhill, 5
Also nearly six-
new two-story
including a $200 garage and 31 bear- room cottage fronting on West street acre tracts. Standing round
with shed and greenery; lot 46x117 timber, good soil, surrounded bygroves ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
ing orange trees; all fenced, and 7 feet; house partly furnished. Price and on easy terms.
1950.
large oaks on front and sides. Phone Also a beautiful connecting corner

667 and we will show you the best lot 70x85 feet, fronting on two GAS
streets and graded for basement SDEPARTMENTt
bargain in the city. building. Price $1.000. For cash anda ORlANDO REAL ESTATE CO. ,
quick sale owner would dispose of ,
all of the above to one party for
$4.300. E. N. COY. 2-2-lmoc .Wvtkln Block PHONE 104
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Department

This is not cnly a showing of new Spring
First showing of
Charming New Spring new Suits models and, Dresses.in the Goods of the latest and most correct fashions Styles. Exclusive patterns new Spring in '.

Crepes, Crepe de Chine, Voilesnewes
high waist t styles band I featuring effect, flowing the but a sale of d eCI d e d. possibilities and Organdies, some with high

collars and long sleeves, Flesh,
gracefully I down to the new wide well the importance of which can
as Maize, sand, putty white and all
short skirt. Others in coated
effects; all the new shades. not be to strongly I emphasized. You are always the best shades.

sure of the lowest price at the Big Store

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THE NEW SUMMER LACES AND EMBROIDERIESWASH


FABRICS :
r., Hardly a store in America is showing the large assort- .
ment 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__________75c; never before offered at this season of the year.


MERCERISED BATISTE, 45 inches wide, a soft silky \\, \ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
cloth, very fine sheer ____________________________35c 1'

IVORY CHIFFON, 45 inches wide, very transparent, I /
CHARMING FLOUNCING, 27 inches wide, in
most beautiful plain wash fabric ever shown ______$1.00
transparent Voiles and Crepes ____$1.00
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SEED VOILE, 40 inches wide, a fine sheer flake fabric, DAINTY SWISS AND TRANSPARENT EMBROIDERY -

for waists and dresses __________40c
----------------- very fine and sheer, with delicate colored

embroidery _______65c
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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 wide50c >finder musm z VOILE EMBROIDERY, with the new Terry Border in

Pink, Light Blue and White, 27 inches wide_________75c
PALM BEACH VOILES, a big range of pretty printed

patterns and colors ______35c 45 inches wide ___$1.25
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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



OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENT MENS
OUR JUVENILE
DEPARTMENT

Is complete with seasonable goods just arriving. Among other

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

line of SPRAGUE MADE WASH SUITS and ROMPERS that

'o has ever been shown in Orlando; Oliver Twists, Russian
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Blouses, etc.
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Just received a full line of Spring Footwear. Everything Kaynee Shirts and Blouses r S

that's good in White Canvas, Buck,Patent and Kid Pumps and -
Slippers, in the new strap effects. We are showing a splendid 1 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 men may be
want, in the size you need. Our prices are right. SOME to style in

shirts, but no man can well
be indifferent to fit. AnARROW

"Onyx"Hosiery ROOF GARDEN( THEATRE( ( ,


TONIGHT SHIRT

4 Reels at Every Show 4
is always as appropriate to
the the wearer as it is to theoccasion.
Onyx popular
Three reelsPAULINE I
Rex Drama. .
Hose. We are showing
a complete line in black, BUSH Made in every style
tans, white and fancy, white or color fast.

[ the best pure thread LKo ComedyCaught $1.50 and $2.00silk

made at $1.00, $1.50 With the Goods Our Spring and Summer
and $2.00. lines of Shirts and Collars are I liii
New New ADMISSION FREE UNTIL 6.30 P. M. J complete. I ilii
'Y 0IU -Polntex" ADMISSION NIGHTS, Children, 5c.; Adults, lOc. Let us show you. II
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A ) Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Powers and lit-
tle daughter, Nannie, are in Orlando
; u1 from Melbourne to spend fair week.
They are visiting Mrs. S. R. Belch, at

1 11 DeLaney street.

f f fa1 [ Mr. L. ,D. Jones, general managerof
# the Florida Citrus Exchange, came
up from Tampa yesterday and spent
the day greeting friends and takingin
the sights of the fair. : '-:".' :, : -:'>-::.::;::' '. ,

TO THE
Major J. W. Blanding, one of
L I MODERNWOMAN Gainesville's public spirited and lead- : t :
ing citizens, arrived in Orlando yesterday .
and is being warmly greetedby .

A CHECK BOOK IS A NECESSITY many friends. :;: ._ _. t } :..- ...!OJ' ''' .: ;

tdJ 1lr.IA. M. Nicholson, the taxidermist I 'y'nr'comrort; a-'d'prosr-c1'ity; for
returned last evening from a 1
.
two weeks trip bringing a lot of mon-

ster varieties diamond of harmless rattlers and snakes.many other I 1191(3dcpendsilrcn( ( '

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AVOID RISK Mrs. W. C. Ward, of Kissimmee;
: YOllrsc1f anti
Mr. G. E. Southard, of Lakeland, and your
DON'T carry a fat pocket-book about with Mr. S. Hannah of Beaver Falls, Pa., connections.
were a party of friends autoing to
you for the sake of paying for purchases in
I Orlando yesterday to take in the
f 1& cash. sights. A savings or cbcc1dnt; banc; account 1.
'
h Think of SAFETY FIRST. in this institution is a positive step lforward. l

Pay by Check with our bank checks, be I Miss Olive Jenkins, head milliner in I : I
II the Dickson-Ives company, returnedlast :' :
1 1r
I safe, have a receipt. night from a visit to the princi-
You can open your check account here with I., pal fashion places, where she care- r Start rla'.lJ ,t
fully selected an exquisite stock of
the State Bank any business day. I ladies' wear. ::

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BANK OF Mr. and Mrs. George Wherry and ,--.,-." -.. .'.-. . ..,-..
THE[ STAT[ ORLANDO Mrs. Julius Kinder, of Scenery Hill, '-" :
Pa., who have been several weeks in .',' '". ':- "' ::... .... .:' .<
Orlando of Mr. and Mrs. H. ,: .- . _
guests .- ,- . :. ..,-to. '\.
B. Myer's at their home on the corner '
of Jackson and West streets, leave to-
day for the Keystone State.


.. 11, I , '" ' ," :Mr. J. A. Murrell returned yester- n I I :a.; }!, t .. r'\r., -",, \ ii r;

r day his old from haunts McIntosh around and the is San again Juan.at ".U k : '-$!$' '\: [

4 AND PERSONAL Mayor W. H. Smith and wife, of! Mr. Murrell is one of the popular

LOCAL St. Cloud, are spending fair week i/i commission men who has been mak- . . . ... ..
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Orlando, the of friends -" : f >
guests on ing his headquarters here during the ,I
Mr. J. A. Cheek, of Kissimmee,wasa Robinson avenue. \ shipping season for a number of''

business transactor in Orlando yes- _.___ L_
years. -- -- -- -
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terday. :Mrs. Sallie C. Hammerly, who has 1 :: :
been visiting her sister, Mrs. R. S.I Nearly everybody within a radiusof _
Messrs. J. C. and S. O. Chase were Rowland, at the New Lucerne hotel, ninety miles visited Orlando yesterday .
among the prominent Floridians visiting left yesterday for her home in Tampa and among the throng was

Orlando yesterday. the indefatigable omni-
irrepressible
--- --- - - present C. O. McLaughlin, the man OFF FOE THE PAIEMcElroy
Ex-Mayor W. S. Jordan, of Jack- who sells stuff that makes largely ,
sonville, is the distinguished. I
among Two Handsome : and mostly poor ground good and I
visitors now sojourning in Orlando.Mr. .
I I:1':1'I good ground better. lie arrived in
.
i his Henry Ford special and as usualis s T)1' A 'F .
R. D. Keene left last night for Lake Front
making his home at the San Juan
Tampa, where he will look after busi- hotel.

ness matters.Mr. Grove and Home '

and Mrs. E. J. Cox, of Gabriella Pharmacy
were among the visitors in Or- Properties
lando yesterday.Miss ,

Annie M. Davis, of Bartow, I II I
is in Orlando visiting her friend, Miss II One of them is the pret- and get your Kodak films. On way back

Mattie Young, 311 North Main street. I tiest lake front location in
again and leave films to be de
I the State of Florida, with stop your
The Suffrage League will not havea
meeting this week. Yearly dues large acreage and a most veloped.
can be paid at the Suffrage.booth at modern dwelling.
the fair.
The other has a fine The

with modern improvements -
Mrs. T. A. Neal arrived in Orlando grove
yesterday from Sanford and will and worthy of Chocolate Ice

spend fair week with Miss Mary How any further improvementsdesired. SAN Have a ,

ard at her home on Lake Eola. ...rC71Vdrq.Cream Soda

I These are high priced
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Neeley and Mrs. JUANIn
Brodie, of St. Louis, Mo., were among properties, but they are
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the arrivals at the San Juan yester- I both big bargains.

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Mrs. F. R. Graves, of Omaha Neb. If .
is among the arrivals at th'eSan the room south of
S.G.O 0 Dolive & Son
Juan. She expects to spend some <
time in this section. the lobby we have opened a Y, ions
I I Frie ds:7 c p
REAL ESTATE I Cigar and News Stand,
Among the visitors from Kissim-

mee spendin t yesterday in Orlando Ko. 3 WEST PINE STREET that is as complete as -- ----- -
were included Messrs. C. F. Johnson, :;i .. .i j:{' !
Geo. K. Singletary and Geo. W. Tay- Second Floor anything of the kind in the .:. r ". ;':j' ,
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lor. I state. Convincing proof of efficiency in our a ;-" : -1 I

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---I service is the fact large-: '
A complete line of periodicals Banking a ; :, .

Artistic SouvenirsSterling and magazines in part of our new business arises from the : <:. :;1 4 4A

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stock all the time at all "'
recommendation of present patrons. i : -_ _i
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hours.In ,..., -.#---1.-. .,, -:., l. ,1I "

Silver Spoons, Forks, Hand the room is also loca- Frequently new patrons tell us that they I- : f !

Painted China, Crumb Trays and many ted Public Stenographer, I are establishing relations with this Bank f a.

other useful and beautiful articles typi-- Manicure and Hair Dres- because we have so satisfactorily served '
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sing Booth, Long Distance
cal of Florida and Orlando that will provea their friends. F ,
Telephone and Railroad

source of great delight to your friends Folder Booth.
t
"back North." We also carry a completeline Step in and look the new consultation with one of our officer rF -
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of up-to-date Jewelry. Our Repair i room over, it is for the gen- :

eral public.
Department is in charge of most compe- service

tent workmen.
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VOLUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1915. NUMBER 311.



WAS. AWAY DUI.I. MlDwiNSCI I FINE ARTS BUILDING AT THE FAIR I r

OPENING FEATURE OF FAIR CI f E WE YOU DfcNTWONT INANY FAiF



MONSTER;R TRADESPJPLAYPARADEPAGEANT ;s S I (EXHIBITS) OF OUR! po0 HAS S-WONDERFUL EXHIBITS 8



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WAS FAR AHEADOF The signs on the wagons read as ----- ALL FOUR COUNTIES PAR- southeast of this another grand display -

follows: Sewerage, $140,000; new ITHFO 3 PLR TICIPATING IN MIDWINTER of the same variety of fruit
ALL OTHERS EVER storm sewers, $10,000; our mileage is M = greets the eye; northeast of the cen-
is ? schools, FAIR HAVE EXCELLENT tral pyramid and occupying the
STAGED IN PROGRESSIVE 13 miles, what yours our same
*!50,000; new churches,'$150,000; new FPJO DISPLAYS position as last year is the exhibit of

ORLANDOCity buildings, $599,252; new park, $10- eatables, pastry of every imaginable

000; new sidewalks, $5,000; and in- Displays Show in Striking and description, jellies, jams in fact ev-
Had Notable Exhibit Call- crease in tax values, $299,646. ery product of the housewife's art;
Timely Manner the Amaz-
ing Attention to Orlando's Yowell-Duckworth followed the city ( beautiful greenery is scattered about

Prosperous and Thrifty with an elaborate two-headed swan in ing and Immense productiveness the room, adding much to the pleas-

Business Condition- which were seated a bevy of charm- of This ing impression given by the display;
ing young ladies. The float was rich- Section in the northeast corner of this roomis

Great ThrongsThe ly decorated.Not \ -I placed a raised platform, also dec-

to be outdone the Dickson-Ives orated with ferns and other green-
Civic Trades Display parade By Arthur Ivey.A .
followed with a veritable \ I .
with the attendant features of gaily company wealth of the golden product ofFlorida's ery.In
bower of flowers and plants repre- the east wing of the exposition
decorated automobiles and advertising citrus groves greets the vis-
senting a pergola beneath which was building this year the Southern Fer-
schemes was the opening feature fo I VJ \ itor as he enters the fine arts buildingat
seated Messrs. Mahoney and Flem- I tilizer company, of this city, has on
the sub-tropical mid-winter fair.
the Fifth Annual Subtropical j
MidWin-\\ing and Lwrence Lawton, Miss Alma exhibition a large display of its pro-
ter Exposition that was On the right he first sees the exhibit -
DeLaney, :Miss Mayme Thornton, and ducts. The Hunter Land company,of
augurated yesterday morning and will I i from Seminole county-oranges,
be in session for this week. ,I Mrs. Thomas Brodwater. THIS IS THE WEEK WHEN THE FAIR KILLS grapefruit, tangerines, vegetables of Bashinger, Osceola county, has a nicely -
I Bouton Brothers, shoes; McNair arranged exhibit in charge of II.
The parade was several miles long all kinds and descriptions, helping to
Lumber company; II. Kanrer; W. E. Edmund Swabey, who it wilt be,remembered -
swell the exhibit from sister
and was representative of the city ; our
I Long; Cohoon Bros.; Frark Tvers; ALL TROUBLE county. was in charge of the K)s-
and the many commercial, businessand
and Bayl-1- ceola display last
Orlando No.eltyVorks year.
manufacturing interests. The j One of the best displays on exhibition -I t
parade was by far the largest ever rian, tailor followed in rapid succession in this collection of products has The south wing contains many

held in Orlando. All along the line all pretty and interesting floats W. S. Branch, bookstore THE MIDWINTER FAIR as its feature the words "SeminoleCounty" I beautifully decorated booths, among
and decorated Steam Laundry; I
cars. above beautiful the best of which are those of\the
hundreds of interested placed a
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Cathedral School Better -
watched its progress. The Sentinel was represented with I ; ; golden star, the piece being made Suffragists, the S. P. C. A., Peoples

Orange avenue was literally packedand eight newsboys on gaily attired bicy- I ; Dodge, I. W. Phillips & Co.; The fair looms everywhere, from citrus fruit placed upon a slightly National Bank, and the State Boardof
jammed with the monster throngs I cles bearing signs on their backs, Hand's Pure Ice Cream Co., with Each farmer t, kes his rif darker background. Health. Uncle Dan Prescott,.of

eager to get a glimpse of the parade. I "We Carry the Sentinel." They felt numerous cars and floats, in one sev- And Also goes the to fatted see the pig.brooded bee, On the opposite side of the hall Taft, also has a fine display of farm

Chief of Police Smith, in a spot- I proud of their position and attracted eral pretty young ladies eating deli- The mammoth squash c\ckcs a from the Seminole display South products in this room. |
uniform astride much interest. "Gosh!" ''Lake and In the west wing Stetson Unh%r-
less white dancing Apopka Apopka
a cious ice cream; and the Orlando Top proper
horse led the parade, followed by I The Osceola Camp Fire Girls'! flat I and Co. The farmer mokes along, have their products arranged in a sity has a tastefully arranged booth.
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seven mounted police. Then came the was easily a feature of the parade Trimmings Inspecting.mid cakes or patent rakes, most attractive manner. This display This wing, which contains the Vou-
I seemed to V. W. .Estes had a notable float ; a hjppy thrcrg sia products, has of Che
and the pretty girls county one
city commissioners and Mayor Sperry youn Ere long he seeks tie side show contains a great variety of fruit,
all looking their best and feeling i i be having the "time of their lives." ,I that held attention. A large swan esks; vegetables, and field crops--one of most instructive exhibits in the An-

proud at being at the head: of the ': The Macy Wagons then went by; mounted on a Ford chassis driven byDr. The dancers have much charm. the most striking collections being a tire building-an entire bee keeper's

city government. J i Brown, the upholsterer; Orlando I I:' V.V.. Estes, carrying also his two -a-h But things PS these not only plea! +-'-', tree the branches of which bear huge :outfit, everything from bee escapes
felow: farm.
help
Troop No. 3 Boy Scouts came next, : Wood Yard: M. W. A.; Hangerford's attractive daughters, Dorothy and a ears of evenly grained corn. up to the actual live bees at wok

followed by the Johnny Jones band Transfer; and the rug department of ,i Elinor, was one of the numerous fea- Down the center of the hall runsa The entire Volusia county exhibit hast

and Fire Chief Dean and his depart- I Yowell-Duckworth. The last exhibit j| tures of the parade. Altogetl er it I Records:: of the number of visitorsto raised platform on which citrus been nicely arranged by and is kin

ment. The new motor fire truck : was unique ss the float was constructed I was the finest and most complete pa- the east coast of Florida since 1905 fruits and other products are tastefully charge of, E. L. Rowland and wife.\

failed to arrive in time to participatein :, of furnishings from the rug de- l i rade ever staged: in Orlando. have been broken this year, accord- arranged; this divides the hall The upstairs space is divided be-

the parade.The partment. Another feature of the pageant was ing to J. P. Beckwith, vice-president I into two passageways, one leading to, tween school work and domestic art.

city display was a good one. I Secretary O'Neal came next, followed .- j I the exhibition given by the Equal I'of hte F. E. C., according to an interview I and one from the main room of the In the former, numerous schools of

The squadron of white wings, each by the officers of the Fan: ,I Suffrage League. Six cars carried given out by him in Jackson- building.In the counties have creditable exhibits.In .
driving a wagon, followed the Fire i i Young Bros.; Col. Watkins; the South i members of the local order and on ville. He says that great numbersare I this room Orange: county's products
Department, each wagon bearing a 1: Florida Foundry Co.; Hoeffler Ice [I the six c'rs were placards showing coming down daily and that an j are placed. In the center a the latter, needlework in great v-

sign attesting the growth and Cream Co.; scores of automobiles; th" I t I .t>e states now favoring woman's suffrage. (I extra sleeper is put on one train every -: huge pyramid rpade up of all varieties riety and in very creditable qualityis

prosperity of Orlando. Buick, Cook Automobile Co.; Orlando ; '' day.-Miami Metropolis. i 1 of citrus fruit is seen, while found.

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ADVISOR THINKS OF MAY SEE FOR . . .'. ill! 4
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TilE years. He did not recognize Orlando
THE MIDWINTER FAIR DOMESTIC QUALITIESOF yesterday as the city he left; he did

Fla., Feb. 8.-Capt. C. L.I WIVES,.MOTHERS not recognize the people; almost all "
Albertson has returned from a visitto Writing in a Recent Issue of Apopka AND SWEETHEARTS of the old familiar faces were gone; REAL ESTATE
Tavares. :'>News Chas. II. Baker
i here and there
he was able to say
Mrs. Helen McIntosh, of Huron I Boosts Fair "
"Hello, Jim, "Hello, Will, "Hello,
Ohio is th guest of relatives here. I I The domestic -
department is one Harry, but he was as Rip Van Win-
Miss Greta Frint has returned after "We should be glad that this important
I that will have its appeal to the pub- kle back from the twenty years sleep.
completing her teaching at Con- fair is held right in our midst.It lic, vieing in interest ,
with the When told that fair of
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races a great pro- bm \ sell l all classes! and kinds of Real Estate.If .
way.Mrs. : thus affords to all an opportunity and poultry exhibit. Cooking baking, portions existed within three squares
Arthur Lemmon, Miss Margaret 'of seeing as a whole what is going jelly and constitute of the want to sell
preserves classA down town district he could :you buy or the earth it will pay you to call
Lemmon, and Mrs. W. E Tew and :on, and of knowing what our fellow ; fine sewing class B; embroidery, I scarcely believe it; neither could he .

Miss Margaret Tew called on friendsat citizens, our friends and neighbors, classes C and D; drawn work classE realize that an association has expended and talk your wishes over with us.

Conway recently.Mr. .are doing in comparison with our- ; work by children under 12 years, I j $2,000 on a resurfaced racetrack
and Mrs. Charles McMahon andguest :selves. But we can not know this class F; general and fancy work, making it one of the fastest in The manager of this firm has had years of exper-

Mrs. Helen :McIntosh autoedto : properly unless we see to it that class G and class I
; antiques, II. Many the South; he seemed to be amazed ience dealing in Florida
Sanford Friday to attend the fair. good, comprehensive i exhibits. are prizes have been given to stimulatethe i| at every turn and most of the day investments having sold over a

R. Harris expects to leave tomor- shown. One of the finest in last "ladies" to do extra fine work. million
j was spent in "just walking around"and dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last
row for his former home at Califor- year's fair was that from Apopka, looking. He is stopping at the

nia, Pa., where he has been called bv and it is to be hoped that this year's NATIONAL INTEREST IN POUL- San Juan.BUILDIXG. two years.

the burning of a large lumber yard in exhibit will be even superior. TRY SIIOW

which he is interested.Mr. "The premium list is certainly very OF COUNTY ROADS We are well posted on the values of all classes and

and Mrs. O. Bissell and daughter comprehensive and liberal. It offers As an evidence of the interest
returned the early part of the almost everybody and everything a I i claimed by this year's fair the following WILL VIE WITH FAIR ATTRACTIONS kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all

week from a visit to St. Petersburg. chance. This is as it should be and national exhibitor's have THIS WEEK ;
signified bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers
Rev. and Mrs: ., R. C. Anderson and as time goes on we shall doubtlesssee their intention of participating,;I -- for Real

the Matter's mother, Mrs. Gatham, of various prodccts, now only in (;,many others later expressing their in- s Despite the fair other activities Estate Bargains.

Montreat, N. C.. are at "Virginia course of introduction or adoption, :, tention of joining in the great poultry will be going on in Orange county, ,
Grove" for a short stay. I j duly listed by names, while others exposition. for it is expected that he laying of :

Jesse Bumby and Eugene Brewer that have outlived their usefulness or Herewith is presented a few of the brick roads will be commenced this
who have been ill for several weeks, have been proven unworthy will be national exhibitors week. More than 50 miles of brick :
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are not better. dropped. Thus we may ere tong find I I' I'roads will be constructed. :
E. A. Newman, Washington, D. C., ; H '
Mrs. Arthur Lemmon entertained a Natal grass and Rhodes grass hay White Runners. j j Orlando north to Seminole county : WARING REAL L ESTATE COMPANYR.

few ladies informally Friday after- spoken of, while probably Johnsongrass Sam B. :Mitchell Sumter, S. C., !i line 7 miles.
noon. Delicious refreshments were will no longer appear, or at Rhode Island Reds. Orlando to Conway, 5 miles. :

served at five o'clock, and those par- least not be entered from our county. Circle C Ranchc, New Orleans. Orlando to Oakland, 16 miles. : D. WARING. :Manager

taking of her hospitality were Mrs. ;,The same may be said of most of the White Wyandottes and R. I. Reds. Orlando to Zellwood, 16 miles.

William Lemmon, Miss Margaret; |lists. New things will be included Hilltop Poultry Farm, Wilkinsburg, Orlando to Osceola county line, 15 Rooms 4 and 0 Watkins mock Phone No. 631

Lemmon, Mrs. Spencer Braddock, I and will be shown hereafter. By and Pa.. Columbia Wyandottes.J. miles.

Mrs. Robert Butler, Mrs. Turner,Mrs. by, during the fair, I expect to print A. Hutchinson, Valdosta, Ga., I 1115tfAm
Fred Van Murbedse, Miss Mary something about thes exhibits of the
Finch, and Mrs. J. W. Pace. future." White Orpingtons. I D.: K. Davidson I. . . . . . . . ,. .. .11. . . . . ,,1.
J. H. Wilson, Rock Hill, S. C., Light
Mrs. James Treat was given a surprise Brahmas, Japanese Silkies, Silver I a
in honor of her birthday, Saturday Ring,: 296 and we do the rest, for GOLF INSTRUCTOR
Spangled Hamburgs, B. B. Red Game
evening by her neighbors in lOcoVarman's Parcel Delivery Ser-
vice. 2-5-lmo Bantams.R. I Orlando Country Club A
the Lake Jennie
Jewel
bungalow. .
J. Smothers, Winston-Salem, N.
Messrs. Pace, Alberton, Barnum, PREDICTS EARLY RETURN TO C., Columbia Wyandottes. Telephone No. 249.
Schneider, Frint, Anderson Fred FloridaAnd
Leaving
PROSPERITY Anchorage Farms, Mayfield, Ky.,
Yates Fred Yates Jr., Bert
Yates, White and Buq Leghorns.
S. Harris, Reichert and u ill Specially Price (Iwo Properties in Winter' ParkA
Juergeson Pittsburg, Feb. 8.Basing his Childs & Co., Mt. Sterling,: Ky., my
spent Saurday morning grubbing and gument on analysis of conditions Buff Orpingtons, Pheasants, and all SOMETHING G NICE !
cutting the brush and trimming the "Big Business" throughout the ar-I varieties of waterfowl.M. good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800
trees along the Lake road. full bearing Orange, Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two
Conway
try, James A. Farrell, president B. Harris, Grand Rapids, Mich.,
This is work which should have blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addi-
been the United States Steel Corporation, White Leghorns.W. Two Beautiful Building Lots tion to making a home this property will make a yearly return on

attended to long ago and the result is tonight declared that "the tide has G. Newman, Griffin, Ga., White On South Oranf e Avenue, the investment of from 10 to 25 per cent, according to crop and
most satisfactory. market conditions, price $8,500.00; also
turned, and predicted an early re- Rocks.
Interest in the Sunday school con- near Lake Lucerne, splendid My Residence Property in Winter Park 12-room, New Modern
turn of great prosperity. In a re- Flynn Elliott, Charlotte, N. C., all
tinues to increase, 65 being present view of the lake only dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front, 20 acres of
Sunday. Rev. R. A. Anderson, well ,markable speech delivered at a dinnerof varieties. blocks from business land highly improved 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigated
a the Engineers' Society of Western 22 garden. Property is close in, well located, close to the new
known Presbyterian minister of Mon- Pennsylvania, the head of the steel MAY BE LIKENED TO RIP VAN center, nice big shade trees Country Club House and Golf :Links, a property good enowgh for
treat, N. C., gave a most helpful and corporation pleaded for the businessmen WINKLE shrubbery, &c.. adjourning the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16-
Instructive talk Sunday after the lesson 500. and will give possession in 30 days.
to "get back to work" and to lot of the best I See Write for
hour. the to one res owner only. or phone me a date and I will send
Through kindness of '"trade a little more with each other" J. T. McMurray, of Indianapolis dences in city.-For sale by my car to any place in! Orange County to show you these properties.
Messrs. Lemmon, Albertson and Pace
and to "talk "
encouragingly. arrived in Orlando yesterday and will
comfortable seats have been placed in ED. F. KT FZ"L
remain for several weeks. Up to WALTER W. ROSE
the rooms and at each meeting the Warman will deliver that parcel or
twelve years ago Mr. McMurraycame BOX 3j, WINTER PARK, FLORIDA
kindness of the Livingood family in note for ten cents; just call 296. REAL ESTATE
2-5-lmo to Orlando regularly for eigh- Rooms I A 3 Watkins Block Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places.
giving the use of a meeting place is
teen consecutive years. Then he be-
more and more appreciated. Get the news in The Sentinel first. Phone 55 .
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Our congress seems to be imbued FROM ORLANDO
ORLANDO PERMANENT 1111 ell till H I a I C Q C H-W C '.J III a = eo . iilMIt
with some of the war spirit in spiteof WINTER RESIDENT
WINTER HOME :
the lessons of the European war. \ --- f
Friday night the house provided in Greetings to the conference were I
Mr. and Mrs. James Humphrey, of the naval appropriation bill provisionfor read from several who were unable .
Chicago, stopped off yesterday in Or- the construction of two new to attend at this time. A letter was The Good and Bad Cigar Store i
lando to attend the midwinter fair. dreadnoughts. Majority Leader Un- read from Mrs. F. A. Seeber, of the
Maunesha chapter Waterloo, Wis, ,
derwood strenuously objected to two
They have been at St. Petersburg for ,
who with her mother, Mrs. E. S. iY
ships. His argument was based on
the past two months and are on their
way north. Both Mr. and Mrs. Hum economical grounds, as a deficit of Granger, of the Sophie de Marsac :
phreys are so enthusiastic over the many millions is now apparent at the Campau chapter of Grand Rapids .
end of the fiscal The test Mich., are spending the winter in Or-
beauties of Orlando that they have )'ear. : argu- Headquarters for
lando. Mrs. Granger, a real daughter Aviators'I
decided to stop here until March 1, ment, however, is that if this country
and Mrs Seeber, a real grand-
and then will proceed northward. It expects to lead the world in a great
movement it can not afford now dai jrhter attended one last conference .
is their expressed determination to peace ..
which was held in Oilando and' .
make Orlando their winter home in to be building up a large military
the future. establishment. It has been proven in in replying to the invitation of the' .
Europe that preparation for war inevitably St. Petersburg chapter to attend this
o leads to war. conference Mrs. Seeber expressedtheir Smoke Wright Brothers "AEROPLANES"Newspapers
BEARDS LIONSecretary
regret that Mrs. Granger was d
Bryan bearded the lion I The high waters have driven the unable to make this trip, and recalledthe

in ins den when he went to Indiana range cattle around Bradentown on pleasant occasion when they were .
and on Friday declared in a speech the paved streets, and quail seek the guests cf lee IViniess Ilirrihigua Magazines, and Post Cards
before the legislature that he had shelter of the city. Such conditionsin chapter at a regular meeting last sea-
come to Indiana to urge the substi- the winter season are so unusual son.--Jacksonville TimesUnion.The .

tution of democracy for "bossocracy." that the oldest inhabitants can not recall Agent! for Harley-Davidson Motorcycles
That was a hard jolt at Tom Taggart, such experiences. The floodgatesof state poultry show opened in
the supreme "boss" of the Democratic heaven have certainly been ope-e Orlando February 2, and will continue -
organization of the Hoosier State. upon Florida this winter. for two weeks from that date. It
Mr. Bryan urged the legislature, :i is said to be one of the largest and
which is controlled by the Democrats, I Truly Said I I most interesting exhibits ever held in
to give the people the primary, the f! "Whoever could make two ez,r" o: j i Florida. Poultry raising-when the 129 S. Orange Ave.

intiative and referendum. These I corn, or two blades of grass, to grow poultryman raises food to feed the L
things were embodied in the last Democratic upon a spot of ground where only one I'fowls-can be made a profitable industry -
state platform, but it is doubt- grew before, would deserve better of and Florida is missing muchin
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legislature. Taggart and the "ma- to his country, than the whole (leading attractions.-Miami Metrop\
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a spraying scheme which has given are killed the better it is for the AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
striking results in the three years tree. This spraying will also serve
that it has been practiced. to remove the sooty moulds from the '
South S AffiePeall n Display I Pracically all of the damage that trees and from the fruit enabling the Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
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be atributed to six species. The In November or December it is fre- HORSES FOR SALE
most destructive is the citrus white quently desirable to spray again with
GENUINEPanama fly; the second, the purple scale; and the lime-sulphur solution in order to 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida A
the third the rust mite. To do away kill off what rust mites there may be.
with these pests government special- The cost of following such a schemeis I-
HatsAT ists advocate four sprayings two of estimated at from 20 to 35 cents a ......
which are primarily intended to kill year for each tree. One grower was
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mites. The number of sprayings other hand it cost anoher 8 cents.
BuildingFairrounds however is not fixed but depends to a Eight cents may be taken as the Mouse:: :
large measure upon the thoroughnessof maximum figure. In return for this
the work and the seriousness of outlay the trees yield not only more ONE NIGHT ONLY
II the infestation.The abundant but much larger fruit. The
first spraying should be donein ,increase in the size of the fruit alone j FRIDAY FEBRUARY 12 I
May after the adults of the first should result it is estimated in an ; j

At $1.75, $2.75, $3.75 and up brood of white flies have disappearedand 'increased production of from 1212to Return of last season cyclonic success OSCAR F. .
before the of those 25 cent., amounting approxi-
appearance per HODGE presents the incomparable star creator of
of the second brood. At that time mately to 2,000,000 boxes for the en- gressive minstrels. pro-
For 1 Week Only t'the fruit should be an inch or more 'I tire citrus crop in Florida. If this
in diameter. A paraffin cil "rrrion scheme was followed throughout the l NEIL O'BRIEN AND 50
'is used prepared in accordance with I entire state it is thought that the output OTHERSAND
the following formula described in I would be at least 25 per cent.
Bureau of Entomology Circular 168. i greater than it is now, and that the HIS GREAT ;
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MARK M. SABLO I Whale oil soap, 8 pounds or 1 gal- '
don. much better. In one orchard sprayedrows All New this Season-Songs-Act Features. to

Paraffin oil, 2 gallons. yielded 60 to 70 boxes of fruit Timely Prices, 75c. $1.00 and $1.50, No Higher, Sale 9
Largest Retail Distributor of Panamas in the States. I Water, 1 gallon. while adjoining rows which were left .m. Wednesday..

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climate the substantial benefits yielded 1 fcy a ccn:parry which cperates a water works, an electric' lighting and pc v.er plant, an

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A prime necessity of life is furnished from a pumping For Light and Pewer is a factor which is very important
plant of 5,000,000 gallons daily capacity and a very complete in the development of a town. In our station we have four
system of mains. The source is a spring-fed lake, yielding a generating units with an aggregate capacity of 1,000 Kilowatts \
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 department ..
cause it is so agreeable and wholesome.
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the economy of the modern home which is very much appre- factory has a daily capacity of sixty tons. Pure Ice manufact- .
ciated by all who become familiar with its advantages. A ured from distilled water is an essential,and the quality of our

complete new plant makes it possible to supply a city several product is unquestioned. Deliveries are made through the t
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 dis- rooms, Auto trucks and delivery wagons, for the accommoda-
play at our office, enabling our customers to select from a tion of the public. '

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TH E purpose of the above is to give visitors and prospective home builders in our city some general informa-

tion. We invite inquiries at our office which is conveniently located on Orange Avenue opposite the San

Juan Hotel. Our Company is 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

reliable service in our several departments.

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Apopka News Notes A new 10 foot sidewalk has just THINGS TO BE SEEN IN T[E
been put down in front of the Tower PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK

r' Hardware and Supply'company build- EXHIBIT \

Apopka, Fla., Feb. S.-The new ing by W. L. Pannell, our concrete

I water well at the electric light plant builder, which is quite an improve- i i Would you pay $125 for a 50 c4nt
; here has just been completed at a !' ment. ''piece?

i depth of 400 feet where a splendid Among those who were in Orlando I[ You have heard of the "Pine Tree

I flow of water has been secured and Monday from Apopka to arrange the shilling!" 4

yy Apopka now has an abundance of display were F. II. Davis Leslie i I Would you pay $25 for a one tint

1! purre sparkling water for all pur- ': Waite, Walter Newell Harry Ustler piece I
I| poses. '! and T. M. Byars. Did you ever see a half cent!

,.- .... , c :;'n"l The moving; picture show will open I Plans are being made now for the I The first pieces of paper money
/ 7 C c its doors for business here Wednesday erection of a new citrus packing printed in America in 1690 were l>r

3 I( night after a patient wait for the house to be erected here before the i I; 20 shillings. Printed to the amount

;,electric current to be turned on. next crop is ready to market. This | of 7.000 for the purpose of defnvyi -
4 53 _, TO THE FIRST PAnTY110 AGREES I Orange packing has begun againat is a long needed and important improvement i ing the expense of the unfortunate
the local packing house here. that our citizens should expedition against Canada under Ar
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Phips in 1690.
A Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Clark are encourage support.It Value $;;00. \
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: :; K with not less than six rooms I will spending this week in Orlando and i would be difficult to find a more One penny printed on parchment.
have charge of the art department i I busy place these days than Apopka. (, Only three known to exist. Valve!
sell any: lot I own in Orlando for again this year. : and there will be more doing there ,, $100. i

Anopka has her annual exhibit at I from this time forward than in the $1 bill. Only; two specimens: in ej:'-

ONE HALF ITS VALUE the fair n!!ain this year and it will be ': past. Just watch the growth of istence. Was printed by Samuel 1
Apopka.Last Beadford firfist printer in Amerie
worth while for any one to step in t.
and see the remarkable display of i Friday was cleaning day on First note was issued in New York,
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'fruits and vegetables produced here I I[the city park and one would hardly endorsed by Richard Ingolsby, lieutenant -

'M CARL DANN REAL ESTATECO. without irrigation. When you hear I I recognize the place since that day's governor, under whose ordfr
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anyone say that corn can not be work was put on it. The new hall note was issued. Value $150. i

j grown successfully in Florida show j shows up now to advantage and is I Shillings printed by Benj. Frank
indeed a model of beauty and the lin. JJ
; them the way to Apopka or ask them I
Promoters ofCONCORD- to examine the Apopka exhibit. |, pride of every citizen of Apopka. Continental notes issued by Continental
I' No longer will Apopka citizens'i Every tourist who comes to Apopkaand Congress. i

grope their way in darkness or carry spends a few days looking is sur- Fractional paper currency. *

h ; 'Vr 1 kerosene lanterns, for now the elec- f I, prised at the many advantages to be Confederate currency. 4

.trfc lights illuminate the way for the ;, had and wonder why they 'had not $500 Florida note probably only
traveler. Just watch Apopka grow. found it out before. If you want to one in existence. '

i Rev. Geo. D. Reeves preached last ; be pleased come to Apopka. Coins from Egypt, Greece, Rome,

r PARK i Sunday morning; and night at the Ceylon, Holland Russia, Macedonia,
I Methodist church to a large and appreciative I FURIOUS FIGHTING: etc., dateing back to more than 300
B. C.
audience. His sermons
were interesting and instructive. London Feb. 8.-In the forest of Porcelain money. i

I The attendance last Sunday at the I Dotted, the cockpit of fighting on the
: DR. ANNA SHAW, NOTED SUFFRAGE
Methodist Sunday school here was 94, '
PARK j eastern end of the allies' line in
COLONIAL and the interest is in the I I LEADER WILL AD-
I very great France, a terrific battle has been raging DRESS FAIR AUDIENCE .
work. More men and women past ( for two days and continues, and
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i middle life can be seen here in the j I the result is still doubtful. Bagatelle THURSDAYDr.

Sunday schools than anywhere in the j{is still held by the French. The Germans -
Anna Shaw, president of the
state according to number of popula-i opened their attack early Sunday -
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I II National American Woman's Suffrage
HIGHLAND GROVE 1 morning.
tion.Miss
Association, is expected to draw a
Minnie Ryan who is attending I' An engagement lacking nothing of
: school in Orlando-visited home I'the fury of the Bagatelle fight large audience Thursday morning at
111 o'clock when she speaks at the fair
folks here over Sunday.G. .
I though the numbers engaged were
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auspices
Harod has sold out his restaurant
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and cold drink stand to a Mr. 'I I being the most spectacular clash at local suffrage association. This national -
COLONIAL HILLS I Vaden, who has taken possession of j this section of the front. A Paris figure has been in the forefrontof
the suffrage fight for many years
the stand.
official statement tonight records the
I I and will have a notable message for
J. A. Bowman of St. Petersburg, j capture last night of the woods north
I Orlando
:,but formerly from Kentucky, will people.
I of Mesilles Iluerulus, in the Cham-
ALTALOMAs open a jewelry repair shop here with- pagne district.
i in the next few days. He comes KUHL'S BIPLANE ATTRACTS
highly recommended and will doubt- MANY PEOPLEOne
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less do a good business.G. .

E. Smith of Springfield Tenn., object at the fair grounds yes

has just purchased a Mock of one terday that attracted a great amountof
hundred lots from the American I Iexhibit public is invited to examine the interest and study was Karl Kuhl's

Realty company here and has begun o! sprayed DD vASprvyeBnit bpaneas2'').rYff tire! center of tfie

Co 4top it t ... a a big s th"lJ71.1"i 't 11'? 'bee <
s sale *>\ lots TigVt TO The"heart of the It may be found at north end of main the interesting; machine aho lifted

f town. This is the biggest real estate, entrance to exhibition 6 iWii\g. ft (the coveTing careluUy(\ peeped beneath -
deal that has been putted off here in will be in charge of Mr. Thos. W. to get a closer glimpse of one

r a long time. Select your lots now Hewlett who will be glad to answer of the seven wonders of the world.

and arrange to buy before they get j I(r questions concerning treatment of
higher. '1 fruit. Get the news la the Sentinel first


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We offer a few of our listed propositions from such parties which are obliged to sell for

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,

II" Improved an Unimproved Lands and Groves. As this company finances all their deals we offer more liberal terms than can

ordinarily be obtained, only 10 per cent. cash of purchase price, balance to suit the buyer, from one to five years.

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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 . \ ;

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