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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 11, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00481
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16ite THE MORNING SENTINEL PACE 16 S





VOLUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1915. NUMBER 312.





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ORDUNA CROSSING AND HOISTS STRIPES IRISH STARS SE 1 2 CONVENTIONS PROGRAM TOllAY'S EVENTS If ORANGE COUNTY f FARMERS




lESSflGHTIHGJNWESTERNZONE\[ \ BEING HELD IN I I THURSDAY \IORNING-VOLUSL\ .COUNTY DAY

i l 9:30 a. .-Band concert, main building. Will PROfiT fROM LESSONS

10 a. m.-Exhibition before grand stand; riding, driving, and awardsof
DESULTORY NEWS COMES OF :, stock in ring. I

SAPPERS AND MINERS- ORlANDO 11 a. m.-Address at grand stand by Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, president -
CABLE DEVOID OF ANY I 3% of the National American Woman's Suffrage Association.

STARTLING AFTERNOON THE[ FAIR WILL\ l KKNEfflUL t

-NEWSrf'i I ARCHITECTS AND POUL- 1:45 p. m.-Harness and running races.

New York, Feb. : TRYMEN IN SESSION 2:30 p. .-Aeroplane flight. .
: 3 m.-Polo -
p. game.
on the British steamer 'I HERE TODAY 4 p. m.-Balloon ascension, triple parachute drop. GREAT IMPROVEMENT ]sSHOWN
Cunard Line, which arriyeAl here to-
I 4 p. m.Carnival attractions. SPURNS $$50,000TO IN
day from England, sail Orduna .BANQUETS TO BEHELD TONIGHT 8 p. m.-Fireworks exhibit in front of grand stand. PRODUCTS ALL FARM
flew the American flag tr..arly 2-1 -


hours through, on the January Irish sea.31, Opassing ei, 1\\ BOTH MAKE ORGANIZATIONS MERRY AT SAN JUAN WILL Today's Racing CardCLASS ACT AS RED CATTLE KHIBJTlNQTABlE ONE

The Stars and Strip said, FREE FOR ALL-PURSE $300-BEST 3 IN 5

were hoisted Sunday, after HOTEL TONIGHT-FINE 1. Maxie Direct ________________________________ Dave Lockhart, owner I
QUALITY OF STOCK
the Orduna left Liverp' were i PROGRAMS 2. Tom Riley ______________________________________W. M. Igou owner CROSS NURSE BRED IN
not hauled down until e1 onday. I 3. Babie S. ___________________________________ Geo. II. Sprague, owner ORANGE COUNTY IS HIGH
"Orlando, the Convention City," is 4. John B. _____________________________________ P. F. Hamblin, owner CLASS-RACES GOODYESTERDAY :
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London, Feb. 10.-For soikve reason the daily slogan in reality, for today CLASS SPECIAL PURSE $150-BEST 3 IN 5

not easily decipherable so fart from the Florida Association of Architectsand 1. Lady Patch _______________________________ Geo. II. Sprague, owner MARY GARDEN OPERATIC .

the front the German activity Veems the State Poultry Asosciation are 2. Silver Toodle _____________________________ *-___ C. M. Hand, owner STAR, SAILS FOR If the farmers of Orange coun'y
to have implanted itself firmly on 3. Adeline Wilkes ___________________________________ J. Molirer, owner will but profit by the lessons and sug-
both the allied and German arVnies in session, the latter starting upon its 4. Della B. ______________________________________ C. M. Hand, owner PARIS gestions; that may be gathered fro:n
on the western front, and across the two days session yesterday. They" CLASS ONEHALFIILE DASH-PURSE $50 this bringing together of products

entire line from the North sea to the architects will hold their convention 1. Hermen ___________________________________ C. A. Doscher, owner ALSO MRS. W. K. VANDERBILT SR and exchanging of ideas, the efforts

Vosges there has been less figh ing today and tomorrow. 2. Peyton B. _____________________________________ C. A. Doscher, owner .cf the fair officials will not have been
reported today than formerly occurred -: Last evening a general gettogetherand 3. Ban Star _________--__________---_____ Dr. B. D. Weininga owner 'in vain.

in half an hour at any h jtly business session was held by the 4. Patsy ___________________________________________ J. L. llili, owner MRS. VANDERBILT CARRIES Every observing man who has vis-
contested position. poultry fanciers and tonight they will 5. Miss Edna --_________________________----------- W. Pedrick, owner WITH HER MILLION AND A ited the fair from its initial exhibit! n
Unfortunate sappers and miner of hold a banquet. The architects will CLASS ONE-FOURTH MILE DASH-PURSE $25. HALF TO FOUND NEW to the present one can not help but

the German corps in front of VLa begin to assemble today, and tonight 1. Peyton B. ______r______________________________C. A. Doscher, owner HOSPITAL note the improvement shown in far*'
Boiselle have met another reverse, they will also hold a banquet at the 2. Ruby Hill ______________________________________ Alvin Dann, owner !products and the increase in varietiesof

Paris telling tonight of the explodhv? San Juan hotel. 3. Carrie Elder ___________________________-"___________ J. L. Hill, owner New York, Feb. 10.Mrs. WilliamK. crops now being gathered in the
of three of their mine chambers aril)I In connection with the State Poul- .:. Dock ____________ W. W. Yates, owner : i county.
---------------------------- Vanderbilt, Sr., left today on the
occupying the excavations caused L try Association meeting it is inter- 5. Pony May ____________________________________ W. W. Yates, owner White Star liner Adriatic with $1- I Especially does the cattle exhibit
.
the explosions in spite of the counte esting to know that 'the midwinterfair 6. Cyclone John _____________________________ Jesse Bumby, Jr., ownerYesterday's 500,000 to found a new American hos- I show improvement in the quality of
attacks which with th pouutry show is held under the stock
repulsed
were and being bred in Orange counts
for the
pital provide wounded
rules of the American Poultry Association -
her
bayonet. soldiers of the allied armies the and neighboring counties.
There has been and is in charge of J. II. ResultsA near
some artillery ring Then if the farmer and stock
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base of groner
: operations. Mary Garden,
Wendler. The exhibit of birds at the
and bomb here and there in
throwing who overlooked will step over to the main exhibi-
I $50,000 contract in
the Argonnes and some outpost fight- air consists of about 3OOO-more large crowd of race fans with red blood in their veins filled the a tion hall and study the figures
this on thy
will act Red
ing in Lorraine. |han all previous shows thrown to- grand stand yesterday afternoon to witness the second day's race program. Cross opera nurse,year and, sailed to resume as a her placards in front of the health department -
g ther. There was intense interest displayed as fast work on the turf added zest duties in Paris he will see the importanceof
The architects will begin to arrive to the card. The new $2,500 re-surfaced race track makes the course the a hospital. feeding clean and fresh foodstuffsto

LOSES $$51 AT THE FAIRNEW tHis morning. It is expected that fastest in Florida. In not witnessing the races you miss half the fair. his stock and will understand the
: thirty will be in attendance. A full SENATE IN SESSION 54 HOURS
necessity of making war on the tick.
| has been arranged by YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
program
and will learn how to do it at small
;/ YORKER LOST OR HAD HIS |M ssrs. King and Hutton, of Orlando, 1. Billie Melson; heats 1-3-2-2; Jake Croissant, owner. Washington, Feb. 10.-The fate of expense.

POCKET RIFLED OF $51 IN wlib were responsible for the meeting 2. R. P. Little; heats 2-1-1-1; R- L. Lockhart owner. the adminstration ship purchase bill The fair is intended as a place of
BILLS YESTERDAY IN being held in this city. The first session 3. Joe Chimes; heats 3-2-3-3; H. A. Fossett, owner. tonight hangs in the balance. Any amusement but it is intended as a
\will be held at 2:30 today at the 2:25 1-4. one of several results may be reached.
FINE ARTS BLDG.It Time-2:24 3-4, 2:28, 2:241-4, place of instruction as well, and the
Elk Club and following this the visiting CLASS 2:25-PURSE $150-BEST 3 IN 5 The chances between the passageof interest that farmers stock men and I

has been reported that Dr. White delegates will be given a tour 1. Little Hal; heats 2-2-2; D. Lockhart, owner. the bill in a still further modified horticulturists are showing in this
Y. who is of the; city. heats 1-1-1 P. F. Hamblin owner. form and its indefinite postponement
of Lockport, N. spendingthe 2. John B.; ; open book of object lessons is a most
winter at Kissimmee lost or had I 3. Beuna Ventura; heats 3-3-3; S. N. Igou, owner. tonight are believed to be about even. hopeful sign.
NEW ENGLAND ASSOCIATION The chief hope of the administration -
his pocket picked of a purse contain- Time-2:241-4. 2:241-2. 2:241-4. People who have visited large poul-
ing $51 in bills yesterday in the All!persons interested in the above CLASS ONE-HALF MILE DASH-PURSE $50 leaders lies in the bouse. try shows say that the exhibition of

needle work department of the fine I are more cordially invited to meet at 1. Pony May (3)); W. W. Yates, owner. The plan there, as discussed with poultry here is as good as they have
arts building at the fair grounds. Tourist Headquarters Thursday February 2. Peyton B. (2)); c. A. Doscher owner. the president today is for the Weeks ever seen. All varieties are repre-

11, at 7:30 p. m., to assist in 3. Miss Edna (1)); W. Pedrick owner. naval auxiliary bill, passed by the sented and the breeding shows high
Yates Center Kas., Feb. 10.ThreeI the organization. Following this 4. Patsy ((4)); J. L. Hill owner. senate at the last session to be marks.In .

men none of them masked held up Mayor Sperry will make some remarks Time-0:52. passed with modified ship purchasebill all these departments the lessonis
'
the State Exchange bank here this relative to the early days of CLASS ONEFOURTHlILE DASH-PURSE $25 as a substitute and sent to the being driven home that it costs less

afternoon, locked the cashier in the the city. The meeting promises to 1. Dock (3); W. W. Yates, owner. senate. to produce a good article than an .inferior -
vault and made away with $3,800. be largely attended. Do not fail to 2. Ruby Hill (1); Alvin Dann, owner. The issue in the senate then would one, if right methods are fol-

Two of the r9bbers were captured. be present. 3. Brady W. (4)); A. D. Wells, owner. be immediately brought to a final lowed, and the profits are two-fold
____ __ Hugh L. Davids, owner. vote and the last parliamentary stateon
-- -- 0 --- 4. Lady ((5); greater.
5. Carrie Elder ((2)); J. L. Hill, owner. motion to concur in the house Even Farmer Corntassle had a partin
This Take A Look amendment to the senate bilL
Right Way & Son, owners.
6. Busy ((6); J. F. Mclnarnay the races and the double harnessrace
I 7. Little Tom (7); Dr. B. D. Weininga, owner. Will the Republicans permit a vote was enjoyed yesterday by the
to be taken on that motion? A reasonable -
At The Best Cooks In The County. Time-0:27. a.'n swcTx> the question tonight I:spectators, p t fcaj>% TOOT& than any
other race, and the speed shown by
is that such a vote will not be
-- these scrub racers was 6y no means
SCHEflUlED an object of tiC &uster. 1
Up to ast night the judges in the Best whole wheat bread, tics Cole- LUGTSFR POEM GAME :slow. In fact, Code Hill who knows
At 6:12 o'clock tonight, after a day-
Aemeslif department, class At cook- ',a race horse, says there was real racehorse
ing, baking, jelly and preserves, had man.Best loaf white bread, Mrs. Cole- FOR TODAY spent in discussing the shipping bill II(I blood flying around the speedway -
APOPKATHRIFTY the senate adjourned until noon to-
awarded a number of prizes which when that race was pulled off.
man.Best morrow on motion of O'Gorman, one :
are published below. The list will salt rising bread, Mrs. J. T. I
of the seceding Democrats, thus end-
not be completed until some time late Walker. ORANGE COUNTY AT 3 O'CLOCK A SPIRITED ing the session which sat
i
this afternoon. A great amount of Best Boston brown bread, Mrs. continuous-I' FIREWORKS AT8 8 O'CLOCK
interest has been shown in this de- Finch Scruggs. TOWN HAS ELECTRIC .CONTEST WILL TAKE ly for 54 hours and 12 .
action in the house it is
partment and those in charge stated Best beaten biscuit, Mrs T. O.Brown. LIGHTS NO\V PLACE AT FAIR Pending
likely the senate will proceed to the
that the number of exhibits is far in SEVENTY-TWO NUMBERS WILL
consideration of bills.
excess of last year. Best baking powder biscuits, Mrs. PROGRESSIVE CITIZENS ARE FINE EXHIBIT FROM ONE FARM appropriation CONSTITUTE SPECIAL FIRE-
Best layer chocolate cake, Mrs. S. W. E. Martin. JUBILANT OVER THE NEW YOTHERS ISSUES STATEMENT WORKS DISPLAY AT
E. Ives Jr. Best light rolls, Mrs Finch ELECTRIC PLANT JUST REGARDING SKEP- BE SURE AND GET FREE COPY FAIR TONIGHTThe

Best layer cocoanut cake, Mrs. Joe Scruggs.! COMPLETED TICAL COMMENTAn OF SENTINEL

Farris. Best lemon pie, Mrs. S. E. lyes, Sr. I Fair management at large ex-
Best layer caramel cake, Mrs. Ad- Best mince pie, Mrs. S. E. Ives, Sr. History was made in Apopka yes interesting polo game is sched- I The Sentinel booth register in the pense have made a contract with the

die Kimbrough.Best Best exhibit home cooking Mrs. T. terday. The electric light plant which uled on the polo field in front of the fine arts building yesterday receivedthe International Fireworks company to
layer orange cake, Miss Co- O. Brown. grand stand at the fair grounds this signature of 275 visitors, 25 put on a program tonight at 8 o'clock
rinne Walton. I I,I Best meat salad Miss Mary Holt. was being installed was completedand afternoon at 3 o'clock. The Country states being represented, and Canada.A This exhibition will consist of sev

Best fruit cake Mrs. Henry Parry. j, Best fruit salad:Mrs. S. E. Ives, Jr. the current turned on,.making Club and the Orlando Polo Club large supply of papers were takento enty-two numbers, and will take one
Best decorated cake, Miss Carrie Best vegetable salad, Mrs. S. E. everybody in that progressive little teams will participate in the contest. the grounds yesterday morning but hour or more to complete.
Juergensen. i Ives, Jr. : city jubilant. Last night the city The Country Club will be representedby the supply gave out before noon. Every I Among the many things which will

Best loaf chocolate cake lIrs.1.. Bestaldorf salad, Mrs. S. E. Ives, I II presented an animated appearance.The W. P. Gwynne, Horace Alleroan, visitor is cordially invited to visit ,be shown after the opening salute and
S. King. I Jr.I I business Douses and the residences A. A. Fiezl and the Orlando Club by the booth register and receive a free'the illumination of grounds will be:

Best molasses cake, Mrs. A. B. i!! Best exhibit home made candy,Mrs. i -where the artificial Tights were J. B. )ZHagrader["., George A. Dodd copy: of the Sentinel with the com- Floating parachutes and stars, flying

Whitman. < Finch Scruggs. I brightly burning were greatly ad- and Allan Weathersbee. M.. J. Daet- plete day's program of fair events. eagles floral batteries, the fountains .

Best sponge cake, Mrs. Coleman. i I Best salad dressing, Mrs. T. O.I I mired by passers-by. Two picture wyler will act as referee. of Versailles flight of dragon flies

Best angel food cake, Mrs M. E. .i' Brown. shows were operated by Billie Clarke MORE INDIANA SCANDALS the beautiful Southern Cross the

McPhern. i J Best cottage cheese, Mrs. B. B. late of Chicago, one for white and YOTIIERS ISSUES STATEMENT Indianapolis Ind., Feb. .-Under morning rainbow, heavenly searchlight -
Best pound cake, Mrs. M. E. Mei i Clarke. the other for colored people. Mr. A.M. W. W. Yothers stated last night indictment by the federal grand juryat steamship siren with signal

Phern. ; Best home made butter, Mrs John Starbird, who has been the mov- that the public was very skeptical regarding Indianapolis, four Republican can- flash light, sweet violets the Maltese
Best marble cake Mrs. C. M. Tiche- Klinect, Gotha. ing spirit in this march of progress the sprayed and unsprayedfruit didates in the last election were arrested Cross Japanese jardiniers. East India

nor.Best Best crystallized figs Miss Lizzie has the thanks of all the enterprising in his exhibit. "The differencein at Terre Haute today charged teak trees, Niagara Falls, Old Glory
loaf nut cake Mrs. A.B. Whit- Mathews citizens in that section of West Or- the sprayed and unsprayed fruit," with conspiring to defraud the gov- and good night.

man.Best Best crystallized kumquats Miss ange for his enterprise. said Mr. Yothers, "is so striking that ernment, and one was arrested at After the fireworks there will be
half dozen doughnuts, Mrs Lizzie Mathews. some visitors remark that a fake ex- Brazil. The charges are similar to time to visit the carnival.

M. E. McPhern. Best crystallized grapefruit straws, Curtis & O'Neal are showing beautiful ists. We assure the public that the those in the recent Terre Haute Dem- It
Best half dozen sugar cookies, Mrs. Miss Lizzie Mathews. Valentines cards and booklets. exhibit represents the average kind of ocratic election fraud cases. All were THE WEATHER

T. O. Brown. Best crystallized orange straws The Orange Ave. Book and Music fruit on the sprayed and unsprayed released on bond of $2,500 to appearin Florida: Fair and warmer Thurs
Best humUs Cathedral School. Miss Lizzie Mathews. Store. portions of the grove." federal court. day. Friday fair. .-

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HOTELSTHE WAR AND PATRIOTISM. Dr. F. Thompson I I;

War.-is Douglas patriotic Jerrold.murder In uniform. DENTIST I II I I Seeds Seeds Seeded

KEYSTONE HOTEL I
Recently of New York
That selfish vain and I
arrogant
., Corner West and Church Streets narrow minded self conceit Over Curtis & O'Neals, Orange Ave. I NEW SORE
Splendid *rice, lixceller.t looms. Hot ami cold water. Oneof the liexlcooks .
in the state. Rates >7.-,0 i er week and up. t i ecial rates to parties \\lncU flatterers of the popular 24d&wlmOSTEOPATH
table boani. j'Uiou called "patriuti ni.-"
wishing NEW EEDS
f I'rofesswr i'aul&en. University: of .
W. G. DUNCAN, Prop Iterliu. +

.\ patriot I Is a fool In every : Sweet Corn, Field Co rn, Peas, Beans, Etc. W'-- I ,
THE WINDERMERE
; age-; I\>i>e. DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER i{I I; guarantee our seeds to be resh.

Location All Modern Patriotism. sir. is the last resource Office
Choice Conveniences: of ouDdrels.-Dr. John- corner Orange Avenue and' Don't be disappointed come to us for Drug* I

Excellent Table Good Water Reasonable Rates soil Church Phone 419.6U Dais:: & McNeil Bldg.. and Garden Seed.City .

On Beautiful Lake Lucerne, Orlando Fla. Patriotism fs:: the fraud that I IIDr. II I

justiti the training of whole-
sale murderers.ro Tol.to.r. S. S. Jones
VISIT "COLLIER GItO'"E'-OX LAKE APOPKA .

FOR THE BEST FISHING Di7u Store
I
\ "Chri'tfian assassin remainsan CHIROPRACTOR !
On main country road, four miles east of Clermont and three miles west of assassin: in spite! of bis baptizm.teure I \I
Ookland 16 milesest, of Orlando, at Bear's Gap Station, T. & G. R. K. : IV. liirklalriek. I II graduate is Yowell-Duckworth Davenport College; 17 and "
building; phone A GOOD/ DRUG STORE-
Parking place for Autos. Fine Pier and Pavilion and Picnic Grounds. Tripsto 209. Intelligent people everywhere Z
wonderful "Boiling Springs." Steel Motor and How Boats, well equipped, If my soldiers should think are being restored to health by chIro- i
carefiill of them would J. L. DT7' AN Ph.G.
> not one practic adjustments, the new science
for hire. Agents for Ferro Motors and Mullin's Steel Boats. i ,
remain in lie ranks.-Emperor of removing the cause of disease. Examination %
Oakland Office with T. Connell, Grocer. Telephone at residence
"Collier Great free. 12-.-1-1mo I I I I I G a I I I I I 1 1 I , .
Fnilerk'k tha I = & 1 I 0 a I II all 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 I I I .II
Grove," call Monte Verde. Pavilion on pier. Can be engaged for dancing \ __

a purposes. ::_2qfil F I The earth shall then be trans SIGNS
formed. Man will then offer to
Li. brother man not bullets nor
Home Comforts Service Finest Rooms: in City ba\onets.. but riches. grain better Gold Leaf and Aluminum, on I WRIGHT SEED CO.We .
fruit and fairer flowers.- Glass or Wood !

Sanitary:Inspection Rated 100 Luther Burbank. Cloth Signs and Big Bulletins : carry the Largest Jck of Seed in

They shall not learn war any a specialty Orange county. Agents the elebra-
morei-Isalab ii. 4. I have Morgan with me and can
THE NEW GRANDHENRY
.
: give prompt serviceGEO.A.BARKER ted National Guano Fertili} s

BARTLETT., Prop.
206 So. Oran Ave.

PEACE AND WAR.
European Plan 15\Vesl\ Pine SI., The sleek sea. gorged and sated. 110 West Pine St. --

Rooms with Bath Orlando, Fla. basking lies.
The cruel creature fawns and
blinks and purrs. DoctorsBIlekiilaslelr

TOURISTS ATTENTION! And fangs almost are bers we forget what & Brnndaijc I I II I II G

And trust for once her emerald-
We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando golden eyes; OSTEOPATHS I

Prepared by 'our New York Cook Though; haply on the morrow I
she shall rise Personal instruction under Dr. Still I _
And ber Infernal ministers at Kirksvitle, Mo. .
summon -
109 Rooms Bath Steam Heat. $1.00 ___
Hours, 9 to 12; 1 to 5; Evenings by
And charge ber everlasting appointment. --

Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water barriers. 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples BUYERS TO SHAR IN PROFITS
With wild white fingers snatching National Bank. Phone 578. .
PRICE'S
at the skies. LOWER Ol FORD CARS
EMPIREIHOTEL ?
DISAPPOINTMENT Effective from August/1,1914 to August
So betwixt peace and war man'
54 Light Housekeeping Rooms life is cast. Comes to those who buy "old garden 1,1915 and guaranteed/{against any redaction .
seed. Our'store is seeds during that time:
Yet bath be dreamed of perfect new our /
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peace at last.Sbepberdlng are fresh. Don't be disappointed.
ROSSMORE INNWindermere all the nations Come to us for pure drugs and fresh Touring Car )I- $555.00

TheInronstlnt.ev'n as sheep., moody ocean garden seed. City Drug Store, J. L. Runabout /- 505.00 ...

shall as soon. Dean. 2-3-2wksc F. O. B. Orlando. All can 'al17 t. ipp 4.farther. .

This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric At the cold dictates of the blood- w. will W able 4. btmlm UM .a Iiam. effldcBt
lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite with less moon. PHONE 646 in our factory pnducdoe. and the mlnlmmm ce.t lp.rthasinc ar.
Swear an eternity of halcyon and wn dei art.enU if w. r-aefc a. ..tfmt f
Lath. Located Lake Butler which AUTO FOR HIRE
on furnishes fine
boating, bathing and fish. 1t0.D. can between tit* ak... data.
ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. sleep. -William Watson. FIRST CLASS REPAIRING And .bald w. rcacfc tfxl. p.-u... we mgn. Ie pay a.
chart In U' to IM per cw (ra .r slat
BARNARD & SON the bwtrt .
--- August 1.ln5) .. ..ery retail beer ... p.rchuea a ass
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---- 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla. F.rd car between Aa." .. I. Mil and A.r..t 1. I"-
THE OSCEOLA 1210in Far farther particular. Warding tll... ...prteea and prill

GEMS OF THOUGHT. ....ri.. pl... aao '

Great battles are really won F* G. RUSH.Ibone ,
STEAM HEAT THROUGHOUT before they are actually fought. ORLANDO
To control our passions we must i 226
Magnolia and Robinson J. IV. 1
Ave HURLEY
- Manager govern our habits and keep l
-- - watch over ourselves in the
small details of everyday life.- PLUMBING CO
Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round Sir John Lubbock. ,

European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite Continuity and economy-
these are the laws of him who 26 WEST PINE STREET
t: 4 is leading us. the captain of JUstTHESAME
'G JONES
4 Lt+ our salvation. lie always binds
PHONE 122
1 the future to the past and
he wastes nothing.-Phillips I
Ii
Brooks. i
Learn a wondrous secret. that Best Plumbing at Low- I" 1
ll pennilessness is not poverty and
ownership Is not possession. est Prices My bus line which has been serving you (for fourteen

that to be without is not alwaysto I months has not chang d its schedule, but leaves at the
lack and to reach is not to I We are not in the combine.
attain; that sunlight is for all SLAUTER'S latest inventions usedon same time it always has.
eyes that look up and color for
all first-class friME TABLE
those who "choose. Helen

THE ARCADE HOTEL Hunt. :
Plumbing Construction Bus Leaving Orlando in Front of Evans The Jeweler.
J. B. MAGRUDER.Jr., Prop.

First Class Restaurant Livery and Autosin
A PRAYER. -For FineWATCH WEST BOUND EAST BOUD
in Connections Read Down Read Up
Building Teach me. Father, how to go CLOCK and
Orlando Softly as the grasses grow.
Fla.
Hush my soul to meet the shock JEWELRY REPAIRING tA.1\I.fA.1\1. P. 1\1. !A.1\I. P. M. P. 1\1.

,- - -- world rock
wild
Of the as a ;
IF YOU WANT A LUNCH But my spirit, propped with call on C. VATER whois Orlando I 6:30:10.15: 3oo 9.30 1.30 6.00

power. Ocoee 7:3o II.I5 4:00 8.3C 12.30
an expert at this trade ; 5.00
M MM H MM H MMMIM B MM H M M M MMJ
Make as simple as a flower. Winter Garden ,
7:45111:30: 4"30 8.15 12.15 4.45
worth the money, come to Pope's Quick Lunch Counters. Our Let the dry heart fill its cup. with many years experience Oakland 8:00---: ;; 4:30 8.00- 4.30
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food is not cooked in front of where Like a poppy looking up. I
your eyes you are annoyed _
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with the odors and heat but in our sanitary kitchen. Try a cup Like a poppy looking down .
Post Office Pine Street Subscribe For The Daily Sentinel
of our Rowland Special Coffee French Dripped. The price is When its heart is filled with I Opp. ; :

only 5c a cup. We offer you the best of service. dew
And its life begins anew.

Pope & Co.'s Quick Lunch CountersChurch MilllMM HMMIM" M11 IIIMMt ..-
Teach me. Father how to be

Street. Open from 5 a.m. to midnight Kind and patient as a tree. i t '
Joyfully the crickets croon

Under Beetle the on his shady mission oak at bent noon. Polly the Seminary Beauty |

Tarries In that cooling tent.
I jet me also cheer a tpot-

ORLANDO ROOFINGAND Hidden Place where field or passing garden souls grot-can A COLLEGE MUSICAL COMEDYTO

rest
On the way and be their best. BE PRESENTED BY

SHEET METAL CO. -Edwin Markham.

ROGERSWITH
MISS J. PEARLE


Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos, GERMAN MOTTOES. --
Lawyers and soldiers are the

and Rubber Roofings devil's Everything playmates.might; be well if A Local Company of Forty Ladies and Gentlemen

there was no "but" added to It.
Cornices Skylights Healing Ventilating Metal Ceilings
Liberty H from God. liberties
CIVIC LEAGUEThe
from the deviL BENEFIT

Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO With bat in band one gets on
in the world.
The bride between joy and Lucerne Tuesday Evening Feb. 16th.
sorrow I I.. nut lone ,
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DAILY "Our Village"With I LETTERS TO THE SENTINEL { Beautiful L ke Eola1 I

South Florida SentinelMORNING
Roanoke, Va., Feb. 8, 1915. i
AND WEEKLY the awardin' of th' prizesin Editor Sentinel. Residence For
w. M. GLENN ......................Editor the Domestic
W. C. ESSINGTOV .....ttg.inn. Manarrr dept. we know who :1 Dear Sir:-For some months past I
- -- - - some of the best fed men in the county -iI!; have been receiving your paper, the I Sale Our Annual
Entered at the poetoflice at Orlando. Florida }
as Second Clan Mail Matter. are, at least. And we also know South Florida Sentinel.
what a good many of them are fed on I I have been very much impressed i

Daily.: 1 Year SUBSCRIPTION.............RATES........... $... 6 Months ...... ................ io"Dar -We feel sorry for that Darwin- : and it is intention to I i lilY \WHITt
>: S Months ...................... 1.25 your paper my Location East I
Peitjr.: 1 Month .. .................... ..3Weekly. ized monkey. Its cruelty to animalsto locate somewhere in the South within corner Washington j

: 1_Year ._.-:-::...._._......_...:?.._$I.wo have to stand the strains of that the next sixty days.I and East Street, facing I'
north. There is
ALL SUIfeCKIPTIONii PAYABLE IN Eyetalian grind organ all day long, thank you very much for your a beautiful view
---ADVANCETO and the same old tune, at that. Seemsas past courtesies, and am pleased to of the Lake. Lot is 75x150 of
ADVERTISERS: though the S. P. C. A., might rid note the progressive spirit of yourtown feet. House is constructed of I

Copy: for display: and all vthcr hand.dad"ertio.inlf I the city of the dancing monk. Timeto !' and your paper. I note you are log and shingles, and contains i White Goods
tnu,t lr hand'o in at the bauBrmoffice act. after Sat. It'll Be to late too i I calling for 750"new subscribers, and eight large rooms beautifully ,
ef the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m.
the day: before pkbT'calim. Thin rule applinIt act.- i am sorry that my subscription expires finished. This property belongs
chtntr for contract d"rrti.inn: it isinvariable I to Col. W. P. Walton former Embroideries
and will W strictly: adhered t*. -dr. Anna Shaw speaks today to j on the 18th. ,
--- men on suffrage rights for women atthe i i Very truly yours, owner of the Reporter Star, who j

tinued Subscribers should notify desiring the"""office"e Sentinel in writing dV-mi-' on Fair grounds. By tonight somebody i, I:. A. FICGATT. occupied it about six months. j' Muslin Under;
the date of expiration:. other wine it will b* should be converted. "Oh. Business interests compel the
continued rt the regain subscription rates:.
uroI .notice to stop ia received.Ttleph pshaw" win be many an exclamation :"FRAJIALIN" AND PARTY HAVE Colonel to live in Kentucky, and
.ne > r .... ........'... .... 21 today we suppose. LEFT FOR DAYTONA he has instructed us to sell the

THURSDAY: FEBRUARY 11: 1915. I 3 thous. chickens is some exhibit. I property at a great bargain. I Now n

\fe wonder what is going to happento I Mr. and Mrs. James Laujrhlin III., FOR SALE EXCLUSIVELY: BY

Every time you wrong a Neighboryou I all them eggs, and eggs fift. cts. 1:of Orlando, Fla., accompanied by Mr. ,
harm yourSelf.Alan a doz. too. Seems an awful waste and Mrs. James Calder, Jr., of Mont- ---
o ;of hen power if they destroy them for ] clair, N. J., left :yesterday on their I Cooper & Atha

is of few days and full of i the official catalog! says, "All ergs house boat, "Framalin," for Daytona.
condensed meanness.A laid in the show room will be destroyed From there they will take the overland 114 South Orange ATC., Ground Floor

by the superintendentunless route to Orlando, to spend the I Phone No. 311

man looks cheap when his wife otherwise instructed by owners." winter. The "Framalin" registered !
calls him "dear" in public. -by Sat. night their ought to be a i at the Biscayne Bay Yacht Club Feb-

n good meny strained necks.' J ruary 4, and has cruised about a little -

What do counts for I -And eyes too. since that time. The "Framalin"is
you a great VENEER CORES
deal more than what you say. -Also tired feet. I registered at the New Yok Yacht
-And crippled purses.
o Club.Mr. $1.25Per
How a girl does hate a male flirt- -and sick cotton candy eaters. I Laughlin will be rememberedas
unless he is flirting with her! -and maybe a dead monkey or the man who came to Miami'seven Strand Up

o two. years ago on the Pathfinder expedi-
-Fine day yest. tion.-Miami Herald. FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND
After all is said and done life is
just a series of little irritations.A -The archytects are with us! OAK WOOD

n NOTICE Orlando Wood YardB. (

woman tires of being married as SIXTEEN JOHNNY JONES SHOWS
Season tickets, good for Thursday, W. Kingsley, Proprietor
easily as she does of not being. PINE STREET AND R. R.
o This year the Jones Shows are far Friday and Saturday, providing for Telephone 344
Poor relations are almost as easy larger and much better than ever be- six admissions to the grounds, will be 9-30
to accumulate as empty tomato cans. fore. There are sixteen attractions tobe I sold for one dollar. 2-11-ltc I
o visited not to mention the free fea-

All things come to the man who tures. The majority of these bear .

waits-if he waits on himself while new names and are entirely unfamiliar Enormous reductions on everythi
waiting. to local show goers, but even those Note these few, there are many>

o .; which are exploited under the old
And occasionally a woman makes" a i titles are so changed within as to be WHITE G(

fool of a man and then rubs it in by unrecognizable to those who saw
marrying him. them previously. 1200 YARDS 38-40 inch Wj
o Dainty and Sheer, beaut]
ularly sold at 35c. Our
The esteemed Arcadia Daily News "ASK ME" BOY SCOUTS ABLE TO Lily White Sale Price
says Orlando is now all smiles. It's RENDER MUCH ASSISTANCE
that way all the time.A or. Lake Eola and Eola Park 18%

o The "Ask :Me" Boy Scouts have
married woman is fond of havingher been able to dispense a great deal of 1000 YARDS of the famous f
delicately sheer with th<
own way-and she can't under- information, aid visitors in finding 'S a high-class Organdie,
stand why her husband isn't. various exhibits, running errands and Lily White Sale Price

o doing a multitude of things at the 18%
The masculine idea of an intellectual fair grounds. One man fell and
The time is now ripe for investment in this
woman is one who is built like a sprained his ankle which was promptly an par-

hairpin and wears spectacles. dressed by the eager boys; several Extra Special Pnrchasi
o articles lost have been returned to the ticular section of the city. Property well bought will be 2000 YARDS WHITE DREJ

A man is lucky in one respect when owners, and other assistance has been In checks. Stripes, Dim
he gets married. He isn't one of the rendered. absolutely certain of producing a profit. I have two or ular value 15c. to -
bunch who must purchase the wed- price

ding presents. TO BE AN EXPERT, GET IN three offerings which I can recommend as sure MONEY 1500 YARDS WHITE DI
o TRAINING Exquisitely Embroil
Have you seen what the womenof Scotch Organdiesof
MAKERS. Fabric is used fJ
this section can cook, bake and as-
That become in
a man can expert Skirts. Regular Y
semble? If not, why not? Visit the line if he will but himselfis
any apply Call and let me show them to you. White Sale price
fine arts building and see the domestic -
demonstrated by the man with the SEE WINDOW DISP
department exhibit. weighing machine on the grounds.He .

o offers to guess any person's WEDNESDAYEMBROIDERED
WHITE KID GLOVES weight within three pounds or weigh
FOR THE POOR- them free. Out of 100 persons he

Surprise is expressed because will guess 50 per cent. correctly, and
among the gifts for the poor revealed nto miss any over five pounds. It is

.,, by New York's bundle day there were a case of practice did it. S. Y. WAY
of finest
Made
fifty pairs of white kid gloves, most qua
of them suitable for wear. It may Swiss Embroidery.
BOY SCOUTS VISITED HOSPITALThe
be that the donors were thoughtless from $7.50 to $10.00
j
if not heartless, and yet they may; Boy Scouts of Orlando made a Insurance and Real Estate Agent Priced for Me
have acted with wise deliberation.If .
visit to the Church Home and Hos- I
those who have too much in the
pital last :Monday to the great
EMB1From
way of clothing are to make a prac- PHONE 172
ure of the hospital staff and
tice of sharing with those who have Pleas-I
Plauen Fr
delight of the few patients who ,
too little, donations may as well em- means that our pur]
t able to receive them. With their
brace articles of adornment as well) large to interest tl
I
manly and cheery presence the young zerland. Examine-
as of necessity. There are poor women -
gentlemen brought gifts for the sickas i hensiveness and t
who for of breadwinning
purposes -
sortment and extiticipate
well as flowers, all of which are'
l may need white kid gloves, even your presale
herewith publicly acknowledged
seedy ones, as much as others need .
through the of the Orlando YARD
courtesy 5000
coats, and it is conceivable that the
:Morning Sentinel. Edges, Bandi
lack of evening gowns, dinner coats in widthmthe
and even high hats may be all that -- -- magnifies

stands in the way of certain kinds of MMMMIIIIIIMIIIIIlMiliiiMillllilMlllliiMIHMIIMMMtMMMMilUtThe .. Regular Price fu

employment for deserving people. Sale Price

Poverty touches opulence at many Proprietors ofTHORNTON SEE BI :-
points, and it is noticeable that pov-
erty in modish apparel, if in good

taste stands a better chance of getting 27 .INCH ORG
'work in some places than pov- PARK Designs th|

erty in rags or outlandish raiment. ceptionalTHE

The poor of a great city do not al' ONLY

require clothing.overcoats Not a, few shoes of or them under-are Cordially invites you to inspect their property. They 700 YARDS,

consideration obliged to keep which up perhaps appearances the giv-, a promise not to trouble you with numerous interviewsor season'swe -

ers of the white kid gloves had in
to Just let them show these
buy.
mind.-New York World.SIDELIGHTS. press you you

o beautiful near-in lots and quote prices. Shade trees,

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(By W. S. Branch) fruit trees, sidewalks, electric lights. I > -

Gen. Joffre s0 -

It seems to be a settled fact that Inquire at 905 E. Central Avenue, on the prem-
Gen. Joffre does
not read the news-

papers. We do not understand just ises or ask your dealer. .
how he can successfully attend to his /

important duties without the wise ad- _
vice given in the editorial columns of
the Times-Union. Possibly the gist .
of it is sent to him by wireless. 7

the Oscar congressman UnderwoodAnd who succeedsin TAYLOR & TORTS:

cutting down the appropriations so
that only two battle ships ca nbe
t built instead of four, deserves the Pr&<

plaudits of every peace loving ci 'zen.
' That man is Oscar Underwood.



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SEE THE HEALTH EXHIBIT at .
JOHNNY JONES SHOWS BIGGER
the Fair and then have your house
THAN EVER properly screened by Tracy & Moore,
for $1200, experts on screen work. 18 E.Church
For the third consecutive time the street. 2-ll-6t*


I Las b$400.00 of bought New, if to are Johnny see at, but the the J.he fair Jones same who as the old thinks Exposition midway attractions he is attractions Shows going as-::I I,I Wood's Productive------ Vedn. st1 dy y FeD 24th l 11 l


led to of- were there last year, reckons withouta Seed Corns. B
knowledge of Johnny J. Jones. This ,
little Napoleon of the show world is' We offer all the best prize-win-
nothing if not progressive, and keepshis ning and profit-makinfj:: varieties.
The high price at which corn is
ited. Side-,' amusements abreast of the times, selling should encourage increased BIG NOVELTY AUCTION
'i each year presenting practically anew acreage and the planting of improved -
jas. North- aggregation, but, despite his varieties of seed! corn every-
'. changes and improvements to where.
take $600 many Wood's Descrirtive Catalog SALE OF TOWN LOTS.
his company Johnny J. Jones never gives full descriptions and informa- ...
within one loses sight of the fact that the ladies tion about all the best and most improved -
and children have always patronizedhis varieties, telling what to
i shows and that he must necessa- plant to make largest: and most
rily keep them up to the same high profitable crops. .Amelia Avenue
We also for Property.
are headquarters .
standard of refinement maintained in .
i
former 5 ears. lie never adds a vulgar Millets, Sorghums,
dancing show or a questionablegame. Cow Peas, Soja Beans,
Hence the great popularityof 34 Beautiful High-Class close in Home Building Lots wiUsell
the Jones Shows in Orlando and, Sudan & Rhodes Grass, i I ,
in fact (if we can judge from news- and all Seasonable Seeds. to the HIGHEST BIDDERS on long and terms.
paper accounts), in every place they Write for Catalog. and prices of easy
visit. any seeds required.T.

TEi Cosmopolitan, Delineator Designer, .VV.WOOD &SONS, 8 Band Concerts Orlando Concert Band
i March.Woman's Curtis Companion.& O'Neal and, Orange others ave.for SEEDS!!LN, Richmond, Va.FiIey'sPiuoeciPaint t! by

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i I Business Center 9 to 9:30-Later on Grounds.

&Wall PaperStoreHas

FREE AUTOS WILL LEAVE BUSINESS CENTER AT 9:30
elleese. always on hand a large and well selected :
stock of Wall Papers. High Grade Varnishes, Paints,
Brushes, Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies.
SALE COMMENCES 10 A. M.
CONTRACTORS FOR PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING

ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU.FINDLEY'S } i take
PIONEERPHONE CALL UP CARL DANN-ORLANDO'S LOT MAN, yetl"oJs loaf

over this proposition. The prettiest prospect lor Hccrc or Investment ever offered -
the AUCTION BLOCK.
67 Corner Pine and Court on

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heese. Public Wedding Proposition
se. '

heklops. 'H' 'ur's; ; We will buy the license, pay the minister, furnish autos for bridal party and
gave [ eonnectianiF r ? 1 I present couple with 50 cash. Ceremony to take place on the grounds during
hour of sale. Open to first respectable white couple making Japplication.! See


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Price, under brick or,where cut exceeds 6 feet, The Lot Man at His Ollice or
20 cents per foot, cut less than 6 feet, 15 cents per
ery foot. Card to P. O. Box No. 16 will bring our. man WM. FITZSIMMONSAt
to see you.
Tremonl Hotel.

F. :D. Harvey & Co. i;

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

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

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

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

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

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Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254 GRAND TODAY Admission 5 cents 0 't--, fit :

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WECKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR IIOOSIERS TOURING FLORIDA IN .1".tlllllllllr.I" '

Feb. 11th-13th. i j, HIGH GEAR i ii TODAY'S PROGRAM
101 Bison "The Law: of the Lum- ,
i A merry crowd of tourists were in ber Jack," with \\m. Clifford and' :

11 A. M-Address Thursday, Dr. Anna Shaw Orlando Tuesday, spending the nightat I Marie Eclair.Walcamp"Mesquite: in two Pete's parts.Fortune." n

Equal Suffrage League, Fair grounds.: ,' the Wyoming.: They left Wednes- Return Engagement of A Western comedy, with Fred Beam : :
Volusia County day at the Fair. I i iGentlemen's and Mildred ti
evening, Rosalind i I I I day for Lakeland. In the party are Bright. .
I Don't
fail
Club: :Mrs.: Beeman. chairman. 1 j i I Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Gates, Mr. and I WILLIAM FARNUM program. to see this interesting I .
Friday Mrs. Jesse Vermillion, Mr. and Mrs. i \r <---
\uMos] Club; Mrs. C. B. Robinson, :i(:Austin Retherford. and Mrs. Mortimer \
hostess. in SAFE AXD SANE :MR.: KUIIL O 0
: Wilson, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed- YOUR JEWELRY CASE
!> -e at Fos<'!:more Inn. I I :
Seminole County Day at the Fair. i j t ward C. Toner. Mr. Toner is editorof The interest manifested in the r v
Saturday :f the Anderson Morning Herald, at "TIlE SPOILERS"the flights made by Carl Kuhl and the is just yearning for some of the trinkets: we are now showing.
Rosalind I I You'll yearn too when you see the pretty rings, lockets, brooches,
Belgian relief card party, Anderson, Ind. He was state chair- I applause that goes up when he alights
cuff buttons,
scarf etc.
t pins : They are just as dainty 3* can be; r
*"\"- :'. H. Alleman, hostess. diana last year. The others in the I in favor of safe and sane amuse- them. The prices arc by no means alarming. f J
-- party are also from Anderson. The : complete in nine wonderful ment. Mr. Kuhl's flights are exhibitions L 1 1f1

IN HONOR OFT ,I. Sentinel was favored with a pleasant of skill and not of the daredevil ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS.x,

u ;S CEEKS. I I i visit from Mr. Toner, who "whipped" I reels of terrific action. style. .

M s. O. S. Robinson entertained the in':r' the present editor of the Sentinel Li _.;:I===;; !o I::!r.---I xd]
Wednesday Card Club yesterday into
a newspaper man from a lowly"cub" I
honor of Miss Beeks, her house guest, reporter six years ago. L

who has many friends here, having i I ,/ WE COULD EXPLAIN
lived in' Orlando several years ago. Positively the last cernel e
i GEO. E. appearanceof to the difference between
BATES WAS IN ORLANDO you
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now residing in Asheville, N. C. The :j I
YESTERDAYMr. this great picture. ill t: variuos grades of paints. But
guests were the regular club mem- TO-DAY 4
I a the surest to convince
bers and Mrs. T. M. Mathews, Mrs. I -' way your-
I self of that difference is to try
Mr. Geo. E. Bates the
Abberger, Mrs. Abernethy, Mrs. Viv- popular proprietor -
,
ou s our paint the next time and note .
ian, Mrs. Bliss, Mrs. Stewart, Misses I of the Altamonte hotel, at
I how much smoother
May Hardin, Edith Robinson, and Altamonte Springs, was among the "WHEN A WOMAN i they are
First
performance, 3 p. m. and how much longer they la-
welcome visitors
Gassman. Miss Hardin was the win to Orlando yester- ,
I American special feature than others. You'll
com profit by
ner of the guest prize for the high- day. Mr. Bates is one of the best
est score. Mrs. Alleman won the hotel men in the South, and his hos- plete in two parts. I 01 wlttT>: the experiment.

club prize, and Mrs. Temple, the con- I I telry bears the reputation of being LEAD Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
solation. Delicious chicken patties,! second to none. Altamonte is undoubtedly -

olives, sandwiches, salted almonds, i I one of the prettiest spotson Second performance, 7 p. m. 205 S. Orange Avenue

coffee, ice cream and cake were the globe, and if it were in the COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
served. Mrs. Alleman will entertain: power of the Sentinel to do so, it "A HATFUL OF TROUBLE"A .
the club February 24. would have every visitor that is in -
--0- Orlando or round about visit that Thanhouser comedy. A clever

ROSALIND EVENING.""GENTLEMEN'S charming spot. Third performance, 9:30 p. m. picture."A VALENTINES AW VALENIINEPOST{ CARDSAll


The hospitality committee of the and Mrs. Henry C. Dippel, of
Rosalind Club will entertain the mem-
Indianapolis, Ind., are among the
bers and the with "cha-
gentlemen a popular guests at the San Juan ho- BOOMERANG SWINDLE"A
rade party" tonight, on the regular"gentlemen's tel. Mr. Dippel is one of the judges kinds and prices to suit all
of the month.I'
15c-Admission-25e Lubin
evening" drama
of
the races at the fair this week.
An informal dance will follow. Mrs. They will remain here until Saturday, tastes and pocket books. Get yours
Harry L. Beeman is chairman of the
when they are going to Tampa.
committee, which insures a jolly good -- -- ------
time for every one. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. L. Moore and while the assortment is good.W. .
- Mrs. Ella Howard Butler arrivedin little daughter, arrived in Orlando FOUR SPLENDID REELS

TOURIST NOTES.A Orlando last evening from Harris- yesterday afternoon from Ashland, BRANCH
burg, Pa., and will spend the remain- S. ,
meeting will be held in the Tour- Ohio, and are located at Oak Lodge,

ist Headquarters tonight to discuss der of the season with Mr. and Mrs. on East Church street. Mrs. H. A. First Floor _______5c. and lOc. The Arcade Book and Music Store
C. E. Howard at their home the
on
Johnson, Mrs. Moore's
the organization of a New England I mother, accompanied -I
corner of Church and Liberty streets. them. White Balcony ____5c and lOc.
Club. Time, 7:30 p. m. All persons They spent a sea-
who come from any of the New Eng-I Mrs. Butler, who is on her initial son here a couple of years ago and Colored Balcony ____5c. and lOc Use The Sentinel Want Ads For ResultsFRANK
land States and are now either resi- visit to Florida, is the sister of Mr. are greatly surprised at the changes

dents or tourists in Orlando are requested Howard.Mr. which have taken place since that
to attend. time. -
-o- and Mrs. W. M. Mathews, of
CABARET DANCE. Tampa, who have been in Orlando fora i WHEN YOU COME TO ORLANDOto
The San Juan cabaret becomes dad or two greeting their many see the Fair, come to the O. K. A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
popular day. Tuesday friends and taking in the sights of.I Billiard and Pool Parlor, South Orange
more every avenue. Here you will find a
night the Dancing Club held their the fair, returned home last night. welcome as cordial as that extendedby Established 1886
weekly dance there, a Dutch supper Mr. and Mrs. Mathews were residentsof I Orlando to every citizen and vis

being served during an intermission. Orlando for a number of years,I itor. 2-ll-2t .
Several other parties of congenial and their visit was one of exquisite -

couples enjoyed the evening. pleasure. Mr. Mathews is chief of FOR overlooking SALE-Beautiful Colonial Park home, 165x135 site,, CURTIS & O'NEAL
--0- the Tampa fire department. 3 lots ready to build on. Will sacri-
SOCIETY AT THE RACES. fice at $650 cash. 'Address owner
Box 733, city. 2-ll-3t
The.races are the chief event of the Mrs. H. C. Gerror left on Mondayfor

J fair for the social set of Orlando and Orlando where she will have TRACY & MOORE, CARPENTERSHouse INSURANCE LOANS
their guests. Many box parties are charge of Seminole county's woman's repairs of all kinds done
given each day, and several persons exhibit. Among these will be the interesting promptly; repairing of leaky roofs;
have engaged boxes for the entire collection of Mrs. Cust, who screen doors and windows a specialty; REAL ESTATE RENTALS
sleeping porches, counters, shelving,
fair. These are Senator Geo. 1..1 I has loaned all of her exhibit for the garages, office fixtures; window and
Shinn, Mrs. J. Neil, Mr. T. T. Orlando fair. Mrs. Minnie Jones will door frames made to order. Get our
away, and Mr. Shaffer, and the mem- accompany Miss Moselle Durst to prices. 18 East Church street. A
bers of the Fair Association. Many Orlando,to assist in the canning demonstration -I postal will bring us. 1-11-lmo

have parking spaces for their cars that was such a successful
LOST-Three keys-office, desk and
and entertain their friends in them feature of the Seminole county fair. postoffice-attached to broken key
Furnished South
FOR RENT---Bungalo 5 Rooms Main
between races. -Sanford Herald. ring. Finder please return to this ,
--0- office and receive grateful thanks of Street.
.
Miss Grace Calder, of Sioux City, Mr. H. G. Crowder was among the owner.OSTEOPATHY
Iowa, arrived yesterday to be the former Orlandoites
returning to Tam-
Emma Hainer for Seven Room House South Orlando.
guest of Miss sev- pa last night. Mr. Crowder was ,

eral weeks. agent for the Atlantic Coast Line in
Mr. W. S. DeWitt is substitutingfor
this city for fifteen years and num- DR. J. C. HOWELL Two New.Five RoomjHouses South West Orlando.lIMMtMillMIMIIIIIiiilMMttlMllillllMMIimiillli
Miss Eva Taylor as teacher of bers his friends by his acquaintances.Mrs. .
the sevnth grade at the new Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
gram- Crowder, who is also visiting Kirksrille Graduate
mar school, during fair week. friends in Orlando, will remain until Consultation Free
Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan .
Friday, when she will be accompanied -
Ring 296 and we do the rest, for home by Mrs. Jas. L. Giles who will I HoteL
lOc. Warman's Parcel Deliver Ser Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
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MOTOR CAR

30 x 3 ___________$9.00 37 x 5 -_________$32.20

30 x 31,4 ________$11.60
Not merely few refinements, but the highest form of refinement 32 x 3y ________$13.35 36 x 27.35

minor details. 33 x 4 __________$19.05 34 x 4Y, ---_____$26.00
at point even to Full Floating
every 34 x 4 __________$20.50 36 x 4 -----_____$20.50

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-Edited By Miss Eliza Wright I p. I'/,

Office telephone No. Iy9. Residence telephone No. 254 5 cents !

TODAY fi IIU

1 WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR j HOOSIERS TOURING FLORIDA IX I .... tll..II..t.III. ' I. C- .. /

Feb. 11th-13th. HIGH GEARA TODAY'S PROGRAM ,
i 101 Bison. "The Law of the Lum- ,
ber Jack;' with
\\m. Clifford and
crowd of tourists in
were
merry '
Thursday Manealcamp, in two parts.
11 A. M.-Address, Dr. Anna Shaw. Orlando Tuesday, spending the nightat Eclair. "Mesquite Pete's Fortune." PtI I
Equal Suffrage League, Fair grounds.: ,j the Wyoming. They left Wednesday Return Engagement of A Western comedy, with Fred Hearn ,
Volusia County day at the Fair. iGentlemen's and Mildred Bright. j i
for Lakeland. In the party are. |
e'eninTIosalind/ Don't fail to this j jSAFE ;
see interesting
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Club: Mrs. Beeman. chairman. |Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Gates, Mr. and I WILLIAM FARNTJM proram.
Friday :Mrs.: Jesse Vermillion, Mr. and :Mrs.: I .
Nullos Club; Mrs. C. B. Robinson, !Austin Retherford:: and :Mrs.: :Mortimer : in o
hostess. AND SAXE MR. KUIIL 0
Wilson, and :Mr.: and Mrs. Ed- YOUR JEWELRY CASEis
IV "' at Rossmore Inn. i
-e The interest manifested in
Seminole County Day at the Fair. :,ward C. Toner. :Mr.: Toner is editorof the ill
"THE SPOILERS"the flights made by Carl Kuhl and the jut yearning for some of the trinkets we are now showing.
Saturday the Anderson Morning Herald, at You'll yearn too when you see the pretty rings, lockets, brooches,
Belgian relief card party, Rosalind 'Anderson Ind. IIe chair- applause that goes up when he alights cuff buttons, etc. '
was state scarf pins They are just as dainty s% can be;
Ct".I. man of the Progressive party in -world's greatest master- safely shows plainly that the peopleare just the things that nice people are wearing. Come in and look at
Sat'ird '' Auction Bridge Club
: ; In-I in favor of safe and them. The pricesare by no means alarming.
T:>!s. :'. 11. Alleman, hostess. diana last year. The others in sane amuse-
-0IN party are also from Anderson. The :piece, complete in nine wonderful ment. Mr. Kuhl's flights are exhibi- U ,_ .
HONOR OF Sentinel was fa""oredith a pleasant tions of skill and not of the daredevil ALLEN & CO., JEWELER&

L:ISS DEEKS. I visit from Mr. Toner, who "whipped"the I reels of terrific action. style. b ud} '
M:s. O. S. Robinson entertained the i present editor of the Sentinel =--=n.= ----fO E-:: :

Wednesday Card Club yesterday in' into a newspaper man from a lowly"cub"
honor of Miss Beeks, her house guest, reporter six years ago. .
who has many friends here, having' / Lucerne ; WE COULD EXPLAIN t
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lived in' Orlando several years afro' GEO. E. BATES WAS IN ORLANDO Positively the last appearance f to you the difference between
now residing in Asheville, N. C. The variuos of But
grades paints.
I YESTERDAYMr. :of this great picture. I ry1 ,
guests were the regular club TO-DAY 4 the surest way to convince your-

bers and Mrs. T. M. Mathews,mem-I I self of that difference is to try
Abberger, Mrs. Abernethy, Mrs. Geo. E. Bates, the popular pro- you t our paint the next time and note

ian, Mrs. Bliss, Mrs. Stewart, Misses I'prietor of the Altamonte hotel, at how much smoother they are !

May Hardin* Edith Robinson, and Altamonte Springs, was among the First performance, 3 p. m. "WHEN WOMAN WAITS" t and how much longer they la-

Gassman. Miss Hardin was the win ,welcome visitors to Orlando yester- American special feature, com than others. You'll profit by I
ner of the guest prize for the high- day. Mr. Bates is one of the best UIIIL the experiment.
est score. Mrs. Alleman won the hotel men in the South, and his hos- plete in two parts. Ol "u

club prize, and Mrs. Temple, the con- telry bears the reputation of being LEAD Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co

solation. Delicious chicken patties, i second to none. Altamonte is undoubtedly -
205 S. Orange Avenue ,
olives, sandwiches, salted almonds, i one of the prettiest spotson Second performance, 7 p. m.
coffee, ice cream and cake were the globe, and if it were in the COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
served. Mrs. Alleman' will entertainthe power of the Sentinel to do so, it "A HATFUL OF TROUBLE"A 1

club February 24. would have every visitor that is in Thanhouser comedy. A clever :- J
Orlando round about visit that
or

ROSALIND EVENING.""GENTLEMEN'S-0- charming spot. Third performance, 9:30 p. m. picture."A VALENTINES{ { Al VALENIINEPOST 1.{ CARDS :

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The hospitality committee of the Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Dippel, of
Rosalind Club will entertain the mem-
Ind the
Indianapolis, are among
bers and the gentlemen with a "cha-I popular guests at the San Juan hoteL BOOMERANG SWINDLE"A '
rade party" tonight, on the regular Mr. Dippel is one of the judgesof All kinds and prices to suit all
of the month.I 15c-Admission-25c Lubin drama
"gentlemen's evening"
the races at the fair this week.
An informal dance will follow. Mrs.': They will remain here until Saturday, tastes and pocket books. Get yours 1
Harry L. Beeman is chairman of the
when they are going to Tampa. _.
committee, which insures a jolly good ------ while the assortment is good.W. .
time for Mr. and Mrs. Chas. L. Moore and
every one.0- Mrs. Ella Howard Butler arrivedin little daughter, arrived in Orlando FOUR SPLENDID REELS I

TOURIST NOTES.A Orlando last evening from Harris- yesterday afternoon from Ashland, S. BRANCH
burg, Pa., and will spend the remain- ,
meeting will be held in the Tour- Ohio, and are located at Oak Lodge,

ist Headquarters tonight to discuss der of the season with Mr. and :Mrs.C. on East Church street. Mrs. H. A. First Floor ________5c. and lOc The Arcade Book and Music Store
E. Howard at their home on the Johnson, Mrs. Moore's mother, t
accompanied -
of New England
the organization a I
corner of Church and Liberty streets. them. They White Balcony ____5c. and lOc.
Club. Time, 7:30 p. m. All persons spent a sea-
who come from any of the New Eng- Mrs. Butler, who is on her initial son here a couple of years ago and Colored Balcony ____5d and lOc I Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results
land States and are now either resi- visit to Florida, is the sister of Mr. are greatly surprised at the changes I
Howard. which have taken place since that
dents or tourists in Orlando are re-

quested to attend. time. 1
-0- Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Mathews, of .
who have been in Orlando fora WHEN YOU COME
DANCE. Tampa, TO ORLANDOto
CABARET
FRANK O'NEAL
A. CURTIS WILLIAM R.
see the Fair, come to the O. K.
The San Juan cabaret becomes day or two greeting their many
Billiard and Pool Parlor, South Or-
friends and taking in the sights of
.
more popular every day. Tuesday ange avenue. Here you will find a t
night the Dancing Club held their the fair, returned home last night. welcome as cordial as that extendedby Established 1886
weekly dance there, a Dutch supper Mr. and Mrs. Mathews were residentsof Orlando to every citizen and vis t

being served during an intermission. Orlando for a number of years, itor. 2-ll-2t .
and their visit was one of exquisite
Several other parties of congenial FOR SALE-Beautiful home site,
couples enjoyed the evening. pleasure. Mr. Mathews is chief of overlooking Colonial Park, 165x135, CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE
-0- the Tampa fire department. 3 lots ready to build on. Will sacri- -
fice at $650 cash. 'Address owner I
AT THE RACES.
"SOCIETY
Box 733, city. 2-ll-3t
The.races are the chief event of the Mrs. II. C. Gerror left on Mondayfor

fair for the social set of Orlando and Orlando where she will have TRACY & MOORE, CARPENTERSHouse LOANS
I''; their guests. Many box parties are charge of Seminole county's woman's repairs of all kinds done

given each day and several persons exhibit. Among these will be the interesting promptly; repairing of leaky roofs;
screen doors and windows a specialty; REAL ESTATE RENTALS '
the entire of who
have engaged boxes for collection Mrs. Cust,
sleeping porches, counters, shelving,
fair. These are Senator Geo. L. has loaned all of her exhibit for the garages, office fixtures; window and
Shinn, Mrs. J. Neil, Mr. T. T. Hath- Orlando fair. Mrs. Minnie Jones will door frames made to order. Get our
away, and :Mr. Shaffer, and the mem- accompany Miss Moselle Durst to prices. 18 East Church street. A
postal will bring us. 1-11-lmo
bers of the Fair Association. Many Orlando, to assist in the canning dem-

have parking spaces for their cars onstration that was such a successful LOST-Three keys-office, desk and

and entertain their friends in them feature of the Seminole county fair. postoffice-attached to broken key FOR RENT---Bungalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main
between races. -Sanford Herald. ring. Finder please return to this
office and receive grateful thanks of Street.
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owner.OSTEOPATHY.
:Miss Grace Calder, of Sioux City, Mr. H. G. Crowder was among the

Iowa, arrived yesterday to be the former Orlandoites returning to Tam-
Seven Room House South Orlando.
guest of Miss Emma Hainer for sev- pa last night. Mr. Crowder was ,

eral weeks. agent for the Atlantic Coast Line in ..
Mr. W. S. DeWitt is substituting this city for fifteen years and numbers HOWELL South West Orlando.
DR. J. c. Two New Five RoomSHouses,
for Miss Eva Taylor as teacher of his friends by his acquaintances.Mrs. Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon ,
the sevnth grade at the new gram- Crowder, who is also visiting Kirksville Graduate .
mar school, during fair week. friends in Orlando, will remain until Consultation Free
Friday, when she will be accompaniedhome Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan -
Ring 296 and we do the rest, for by Mrs. Jas. L. Giles who will HoteL
lOc. Warman's Parcel Delivery Ser Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
vice. 2-5-lmo spend Gasparilla week in that city. Orlando, Fla. illlilMIIMIIiMIIMMIttlllMIIMIiBlllitNew '

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30 x 3 ___________$9.00 37 x 5 __________$32.20

30 x 31/4 ________$11.60
36 x 41/2 ________$27.35
merely few refinements, but the highest form of refinement 32 x 31/2 ________$13.35 '

34 ________
x 4Vi $26.00
33 x 4 __________$19.05 ,
at every point even to minor details. Full Floating 34x4We __________$20.50 36 x 4 -_________$20.50 '

Rear Axle; Timken Bearings; Electric Lights and Starter;

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Speedometer driven from Transmission. Have a Service Station. All


: : Price $860.00 fob Orlando.PHILLIPS.

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.. FOR SALE-Would you like to havea Lumber
SENTINEL nice winter home in Orlando, 9 hath acid Shiu les
where you could raise your own vegetables -
and strawberries, keep chick-
l ens and have orange, grapefruit and
tangerine trees? Not too far from
I
WANTS the center of town; just at the city
limits, on a magnificent street shaded l
with all oaks, on the road to the
I Country Club. If so. buy this gem.
It has five large high ceilinged sunny -
The Morning Sentinel Want I rooms, and bath, newly painted
Directory is the Greatest Want I and papered, facing two streets-
Ad Medium in Orlando. I Price only $2,000. Circumstances OI.LANIORoyal
compel us to sell. Address "Winter
Terms Cash in Advance.RATES Home," care Sentinel office, Orlando.
2-10-tf

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For One Day _,.----________2jt:; --
For Three Days --__________:30c; FOR KENT Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Six Days _____73c:;
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HAS ARRIVED. WHO? For One Month --__________$2-10 FOR RENT-One room for light
This rate applies on all ads of I housekeeping; pleasant neighbor-
:Mr. Homeseeker, He 25 words or less. If the ad con- hood near Eola park. Mrs. T. II.
:
says tains more than 25 words the rate Fuller. :307 East I'ine. l-7-3t I I I I I I IIII II I I II I I I II .III II I II IIII II II III II . . I II IIII I I I I I I I II II I IIIIII I I"
will be one cent per word for
"I have now decided each additional FOR RENT-Furnished for light
for
word each in-
sertion.If housekeeping, suite of large, pleas- f

IV/ILL I / BUY IN ORLANDOThis the office you can't telephone bring No.your 21.ad Ac-to electric ant rooms lights; bath; private, hot and family cold ;water closein. ; Sub-TropicalMid.WinterFair I il fEL4

counts opened by telephone will be Phone 520. :312: North Main St. _
is the most uptodateand passable the following day.ETt'rv :2-7-Gt i
cleanest city I have L
seen. Home Man-Every has. I5u.sine.ssKtery FOR IEN"T-Smai, onfum flat 1.l.t'\l., modern Jas.conveniences A.- OEL-A. :OO _
use for a
THE PEOPLE ARE MORE PROGRESSIVE Sentinel Want Ad. Knox. 11-3-tf

_, NICE LARGE FURNISHBD ROOM i ::
It presents the best general FOR SALE to adults only. 409( Delaney street.
10-25-tf
appearance of any place I ---- IIHiFc,945
have visited." FOR SALE-At] a bargain; six room
We specialize in Orlando house 2 lots chicken house and WANTED: i EDUCATIONAL !,
stable: orange and grapefruit treeson
City Homes, and will be lots. Call at 722 Center street. WANTED-Position as chauffeur by
pleased to have you call and 19Ct* experienced young man, either in i Embracing-Agriculture, Horticulture, Floriculture, Domestic
let us show real private family or garage.: Address Arts and Crafts with exhibits of Stock and
you our Chauffeur, care Sentinel. l-9-3t* Hogs Poultry(,
values in this class of FOR SALE-Rhode Island Red eggsfor and the
prop- of
South Polo
products Florida.
erty. setting; fine stock; $1.00 for 13. WANTED-An orange to cul- Racing, Sports i
grove
:Mrs. Calder. Phone 708. 2-3-lmoc tivate and care for. A house on AreoplansLectures and Entertainments all kinds j jA
required. Can furnish
grove wagon .
ORLANDO BUILDING LAND CO FOR with SALE-A all modern good conveniences city residence; part, and sist two with mules work.and Address young man W. E.to as-P., notable feature of the Sub-Tropical Mid-Winter Fair will be an l hi-

cash balance on time. Address"Owner Box 26:). Orlando. 2-10-61 bition of Angus, short Horn and Herfcrd Bulls by :Messrs. Cobb & Denny,
II North Orange Avenue ," care Sentinel office. of York, Ala with Graded Cows and Calvts. These animals are warraiAi d

PHONE 608 2-7-lmoc IF don't YOU leave HAVE it unprotected a nice property when here you, free of ticks and immune to cattle lever. 1 he bulls will be offered for sale, and;

OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL FOR SALE-An elegant parlor or go North. I will live on the place, cattle owners \\ho wish to improve their herds will have an opportunity cl het
gan in good order. It cost $150. and work it as you direct on shares
FRED B. DALE 822 North Orange avenue. 2-10-3t or a salary. Address White Man: ting some fine stock.
C. H. BRYANT Box 178. 2-10-3t I
FOR SALE-Five passenger touringcar .
DAVIS GILES CounselF. in A-l condition; chei; for Umbrellas recovered and repaired I -For information
A. PEPPERCORN. Contracto cash, or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor, "while you wait," at Young's Repair I or premium list, address
J05; East Central avenue. Phone G'JG Shop, 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyre
1-4-tf .---- --- -- - WM. R. O'NEAL, Sec'v H. H. DICKSON, Pres.I .
I WILL TAKE CARE of your Florida .I.Ii"
FOR SALE-Two lots in Seminole property and work it for YOIIwhie ....... ......... . ....... . .r......... .... .., . ....,. . ... '. ... .
you are North, just as you wish
Park for $80 each cash. AddressP. ;
SPECIAL to direct. Address White Mm P<>\ C
. ; TRAIN O. Box 37:5.: 2-3-2wksc II I I I 178. 2-1O.V.:: I ,

FOR SALE-Best cafe in the city,
FOUND-A gold scarf pin in fron
doing a good business. Other busi
of Howard's Studio. Owner
can
ness requires entire time. Ad
my
have same by calling at Curry's e'ec-
Tampa dress Box 215. 22tfcFOR trical shop for and this identifying propertyand .h '- _t: _;,
paying adv. 1-30-tf
7il
SALE-Five room cottage, all 1 I t7 lj/Our U1V
modern conveniences completely BUYERS AND SELLERSI :

Feb. 13 15 and 16 furnished Mrs, 307 Broadway avenue. Ap .
ply to McDade 312 Broadway
avenue. 1-27-lmo* buy, sell rent, and evcliange real
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., .
over 30 years. Have handled over I
Leave Orlando 7:03: 4. AI.\ FOR.SALE: .OR RENT-With stock $20.000,000. Call and see ma.
ana tools nest iarm in county; va 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. KINCAID allif SNOWDEN\
Arrive Tampa 10:30 A. AI.\ riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up-
to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock Get the news first in the SentineL
and Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- .
er. 1-16-tfc


SPECIAL WILL LEAVE TAMPA FOR SALE Story & Clark upright Orlando's Largest and Cheapest ;
grand piano won by Miss Myrtle
Weeks in the recent contest will be

Returning Daily at 6:30 p. m. building sold for fund.benefit Piano of Baptist may be church seen F PorSale r FURNITURE HOUSEI

Excursion Tickets sold daily at Weeks the home 10 Washington of Mr. and street.Mrs. M. E.


limited to February 26th. 1-13-tfc Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando ,

FOR SALE-In good condition a ,
Hercules stump puller single dou-
Atlantic Coast Line ble and triple power.. Also good dou- W r ZJ Orange grove; has been .
ble team wagon. Address Geo. F. .
Foster. Star Route No. 3, Orlando set out a year; select budded trees 1 1,

Standard Railroad of the South Fla. 1.76t'FOR I orange and grapefruit; there are I

SALE-A splendid driving and I 111-2 acres in the grove; located on
riding horse. 7 years old. sound and I .'.
kind. Inquire "Albert,"-at Magru-- Lake Jem Mary between Lake Con-
der's livery stable. 1.76t'FOR ,
way and Lake Jennie Jewel 3-4 of a

SALE-One-half interest in : mile from Pine Castle road to
soon
good paying business in Orlando. Eventual You Will UseGAS'
2-7-6tc Address "Owner. care Sentinel i be bricked; new up to date seven room

house; good large barn and other
DR. L H. RAMSDELu FOR SALE
buildings. This proposition is for
OPTOMETRIST 75 acres suitable for citrus culture
(SuueJIaOr to Dr. (i. F. LIkiui and truck farming, bordering on a quick sale on easy terms. Inquire of
pretty lake and has one-half mile '
'ORLANDO. FLORIDA frontage on the Orlando to Sanford J. Magruder, Jr., office in Arcade;

WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES brick road this frontage being adapted or see the owner :I
AND DO ALL KINDS OFOPTICAL for nice home sites; could be subdivided -
into 40 building plots 60x200
REPAIRINGEstablished feet each, leaving about 60 acres for G. M. BISSELLL
citrus fruits and truck farming; five t
minutes walk to railroad station
1S70K. at
stores, hotel, school and churches. grove
E. COCHKAN CO., Inc. When you consider location and good 12Slm'I
132 transportation facilities with other i
Park Place, New York
Wholesale Dealers and Commission advantages the property's real valueis FOE
$7,500. It is owned by a non-resi- .- !
Merchants ---
in -
Florida
Orangesand dent who needs money. He author-
Grapefruit izes me to sell it for $3,000. Whoever
Represented by buys this property gets a bar Have You Noticed!

Geo. W. Tull, Orlando, Fla. gain.1C.. For Young further, room particulars 10. McNeill, call on& Cooking and HeatingBecause
Liberal advances What is
made on con- Davis building corner Church street HappeningEast
signments.R. and Orange a'enue. Orlando.
E. Cochran. President.T. 1-31-tfc of Orlando

L. Turney Treasurer.

l-22-2m: FOR health SALE-On the undersigned account hereby of offers poor Directly Out it is the most convenient, most

for sale at a bargain, his desirable

West property street located and Ridgewood at the corner avenue.of Central Avenue? cleanly and most efficient fuel known.

This property is central in a first

class school neighborhood, business, and lake convenientto and park. Why not begin today as a Gas User?

Owner will sell all, cash
$
$3,000 Four Lots or part or
Buys terms. Property consists of nice new We offer for sale Seminole
Park Lots located You will time labor and
bungalow, fronting on Ridgewoodavenue I just at the save expense.
has six rooms and large City limits, on easy terms.
celled basement with flue, suitable for I
kitchen or laundry; lot 47x85 feet; I I
house unfurnished. Price $2,100.
$3,000 BUYS FOUR LOTS on Colo- Also nearly new, two-story Also 2V miles from the City

nial Drive east, fronting Park lake with room cottage shed and, fronting greenery on;West lot SiX-I limits near Lake Underhill, 5 .

including a $200 garage and 31 bear- feet: house partly furnished. acre tracts. Standing round
$1,950. timber, good soil surrounded by WATER & LIGHT
ing orange trees; all fenced and 7 Also a beautiful connecting corner groves, and on easy terms. ORLANDO gCO.
lot, 70x85;
feet fronting on two
large oaks on front and sides. Phone
streets and graded for basement
667 and we will show you the best building. Price $1.000. For cash anda
quick sale owner would dispose of GAS t DEPARTMENT
bargain in the city. all of the above, to one party for I ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO.
$4,300. E. N. COY. 2-2-lmoc ,

Take a slant at the want ads. Watkins. Block PHONE 504
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Ready-to-Wear THE BIG STORE WAIST


DEPARTMENTFirst
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DepartmentNew

This is not cnly a showing of new Spring
showing of new Spring
harming Spring new Suits models and, Dresses.in the Goods of the latest and most correct fashionsbut Styles. Exclusive patterns in
Crepes, Crepe de Chine, Voiles
newest high waist styles band, featuring effect, flowing the a sale of decided money saving possibilities and Organdies, some with high
collars and long sleeves, Flesh
gracefully down to the new wide well the of which can-
as importance Maize, sand: putty white and all
short skirt. Others in coated
effects; all the new shades. not be to strongly 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 EMBROIDERIESHardly 1111


WASH FABRICS
., 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 zzz::,_.. 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 i \

cloth, very fine sheer ____________________________35c

IVORY CHIFFON, 45 inches wide, ,
very transparent
CHARMING FLOUNCING, 27 inches wide, in

most beautiful plain wash fabric ever shown ______$1.00 transparent Voiles and Crepes ------________$1.00 .

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
SHADOW LACE VOILE, a beautiful collection of pat-
OVEIJnder
terns,very thin and soft for summer, 36 inches wide50c musltns 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

ALL OVER EMBROIDERIES, 45 inches wide, on II
NOVELTY WHITE GOODS, consisting of Voiles,

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


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a complete with seasonable goods just arriving. Among other

0 0 spring goods we take a pride in calling attention to the newest

o line of SPRAGUE MADE WASH SUITS and ROMPERS that
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Just received a full line of Spring Footwear. Everything Kaynee Shirts and Blouses

that's good in White Canvas,Buck,Patent and Kid Pumps and
We showing a splendid line both in Boys' Shirts and
are
Slippers, in the new strap effects.
in white and colors.
Blouses plain
Come in and inspect our stock. We have the style you
Priced at 50c* 75c, and $1.00 men may be
want, in the size you need. Our prices are right. SOME to style in

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

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4 Reels at Every Show 4
is always as appropriate to
Big U Drama. Sidney Ayres the wearer as it is to the
the
Onyx popular
Hose. We are showinga THE HEARTS OF THE BRADYS.Victor occasion.
Made in style
complete line in black, every
Comedy white or color fast.
tans, white and fancy, STRATEGY.Joker
FATHERS $1.50 and $2.00
the best pure thread

silk made at $1.00 $1.50 Our Spring and Summer
ComedyHUBBY'S
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complete. ;
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arrived in Orlando yesterday after- ...
noon to visit Dr.and Mrs. A. B. Whitman -
at their home, 400 East Central
avenue.

Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Smith, of Lake
Alfred, were included in the former
citizens of this county meeting old
acquaintances and taking in the fair
esterday.
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Miss :Margaret Shupe has arriedin
MODERN Orlando from Brownsville, Pa., to !
WOMAN spend the winter, and will be the I rrCU; tI : f'q. $1
house guest of Mrs. J. I. Thornton,
A CHECK BOOK IS A NECESSITYAVOID at her home, 209 East Jackson street. I,

Superintendent J. N. Brand, of the ii 1 U Your comfort and prosperity for .
E Atlantic Coast Line, accompanied by .
his private secretary, J. ,V. Ilanlon
arrived in Orlando yesterday in their
private car and spent the day. H9ffS I

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RISK Mr. :M. II. Dorsett, commercial
) agent of the Winston-Salem South- dopcnusjupcn,; yourself anti yciir II D'I

DON'T carry a fat pocket-book about with bound railway, with headquarters in I connections. ;! J
for the sake of for Jacksonville, was among the popular ; r "
you paying purchases in
C cash' I transportation men visiting Orlando Ii II II I I 1
E} 7 esterday. A savings or checking bank account ; 31

Think of SAFETY FIRST. i in this institution: is a positive step'I'' :

I Pay by Check with our bank checks, be Mrs. A. Ketchum, of Providence, R. :fl, II It II I forward. I

safe, have a receipt. I.,, was among the arrivals in Orlando .
yesterday to spend the remainderof Start "
You can open your check account here with the season. She has pleasant no v

the State Bank any business day. apartments at the New Lucerne ho- .

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THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO I Mrs. E. II. Mason and a party of .-. . ..-.. <- -.,-.'
friends arrived in Orlando yesterdayto .
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the New Lucerne hotel. Mrs. Mason : ------ -..-. .,,.:'.-
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manager of the Winston-Salem South- i7JJLi
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Lautenschla-
LOCAL AND PERSONALMr. bound railway, was in Orlando yes- ..' -
will leave today for St. Cloud,
ger rir
terday in the interest of his road and .,
where will week : -
they spend a or so .> :
old friends.
H. W. Metcalf, of Jacksonville, with Captain and Mrs. S. A. Woodin. greeting !
spent yesterday in Orlando on busi-
Mrs. J. M. Baldwin, of New Haven, -
ness. Postmaster S. W. Eldredge, of Conn., who is wintering in Orlando, i:
Apopka, was among the representative is this week touring the west coast. sR. p
Mr. A. P. Fudge, one of Grasmere'ssterling 1-
citizens from West Orange visiting This morning she arrived in Tarpon
citizens, seat ,
was a county
Orlando yesterday. Springs and spent the day sightseeing. 1I
visitor yesterday.Mr. . This is Mrs. Baldwin's first visit
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and Mrs. Adelbert Reed, of to Florida and she is delighted with I OFF FOE THE FAIEMcElroy's

Oviedo, are spending fair week in Two Handsome !I and was highly pleased with our pretty -
Orlando.Mr. I city and finds the place' far more
beautiful than she anticipated. She

and Mrs. J. W. Huntsman and Lake Front expects to make a longer visit here STOP ....t1'
when on her winter tour next sea-
daughter, of Eustis, were among the I .
Leader.
visitors to Orlando yesterday.Mr. Grove and Home son.-Tarpon Surings I


and Mrs. B. Wolff, of Birming- PropertiesOne Pharmacyand
ham, Ala., are among the guests at
the San Juan.
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Major T. M. Murphy, of Kissim- Kodak films. On back
mee, spent yesterday in Orlando tak- of them is the pret- get your way
tiest lake front location in
ing in the sights of the fair. the State of Florida, with stop again and leave your films to be de

Mr. A. E. Yowell, one of the lead- large acreage and a most
ing merchants of Sanford, was among modern dwelling.The veloped.
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the visitors to Orlando yesterday.Hon. .
other has a fine The

J. D. Norman, of Lanett, Ala., grove, with modern im-
is visiting Mr. T. H. Fuller and fam- provements and worthy of Chocolate Ice
ily and taking in the fair. any further improvementsdesired. SAN Have a

Cream SodaFriends'
Mr. and Mrs. Roy G. Pierce are up \
from Bartow taking in the sights of These are high priced
the fair and greeting numerous properties, but they are JUANIn
friends.Mr. both big bargains. -

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Grand theatre, spent yesterday in Or- the south of l

lando greeting friends. $S. G. Dolive <& Son the lobby we room have opened a

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Peters, of Athens -i Opinions .
I REAL ESTATENo. Cigar and News Stand,
Ohio, are among the happy and ,

. contented visitors now sojourning in 3 WEST PINE STREET that is as complete as
Orlando. Mr. Peters is one of the ---
leading attorneys in the Buckeye; Second Floor anything of the kind in the .-: I
State. f
state. Convincing proof of efficiency in our -. ,,!<-,\.\

Hiliili lililM A."complete" line of periodicals Banking service is the fact that a large I 1 .1 t F ".

Artistic SouvenirsSterling and magazines in part of our new business arises from the .- r i

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recommendation of present patrons. - I
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Silver Spoons, Forks, Hand the room is also loca- Frequently new patrons tell us that they \. I ,

; ; Painted China Crumb Trays and ted Public Stenographer, .
many are establishing relations with this Bank y s

: : other useful and beautiful articles typi- Manicure and Hair Dres- because we have so satisfactorily served ,

cal of Florida and sing Booth, Long Distance
; Orlando that will prove their friends. r
Telephone and Railroad
: a source of great delight to your friends Folder Booth.

"back North.' We also carry a completeline Step in and look the new I A consultation with one of our officers

of up-to-date Jewelry. Our Repair room over, it is for the gen-
will convince you of the superior servicewe

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

offer.
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VOLUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1915. NUMBER 312.

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/ DAY OBSERVEDYESTERDAY
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I / WE FOE ftnil1rc ti All FLORIDA

i IN fRVING% 5ueH A ht NVIES US-DO WITH SEMINOLE CO. TOMORROWSANFORD
TO BEHELD E FRiTOFGRANDSTAND f T
I l cL tY FA '1 I14Y ? You KNOW NAT? RAIDERS WILL COME

LARGE CROWD IS EXPECTEDTHE -
COME TO CITY EN MASSE
DAYLIGHT FIREWORKS !
-ARCHITECTS WILL OPEN
HAVE PROVED INTERESTING i
TO EVERYBODYIt QH MEETING TODAY

has been announced that tonightin I JGEI; WNlzz H J Yesterday was Orange County Day;
c today Volusia comes to town en masse
front of the Grand Stand will ? I IUI N I wuzIN 'and tomorrow the "Boys" from Sanjford -
take place a notable fireworks dem- '
M A M 1 will hasten to Orlando and will
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onstration, the best, the largest and
most unique ever staged in this sec- ) A !$ r, Nno {I make merry, headed by Gen. Frank
tion of Florida. The Fair committeecut ) Top : oR j lB. Foster, assisted by Bob Holly and
I.many other Seminole County boosters.
down expenses in some other de-
i For today there are interesting
partmenth in order to present this
I features for old and young at the
pyrotechnique display tonight.The
Fair grounds. Awarding of premiumson
display will be put on by the j
horses and cattle is due this
International Fire Works Co., of New morn-
ing according to the official
Jersey and there has been a careful program.
This afternoon there will be the
selection of all sorts of set pieces, a every-
day races. Then added zest will be
"Niagara Falls" feature and other appealing -
given to the program this morningby
exhibitions that will supriseold
the address of Dr. Anna Shaw,
and young.
national suffrage leader, who 'will
The daylight fireworks display has
speak on a timely subject of interestto
attracted much interest because it
has been somewhat unusual. Yester a great many people.
The Florida Architects Associationwill
day and Tuesday during the race intermission -
open its session today and so will
several bombs were shot
the State Poultry Association. These
into the air for many hundred feet. /LLL "
meetings will bring many to the city
Exploding American flags were ?
ob- and a big program will be in store
floated into the breeze and various
i for e\erj body. Tonight the architects .
jects, such as automobiles and bal
loons. will\ banquet at the San Juan.

The balloon flights have also added
interest to the fair program, which ORLANDO WOMEN INCREASERED
was arranged to interest all classes. CROSS FUND
Every afternoo n and evening the Orlando women are working with
"Professor" has made successful' zeal to increase their Red Cross fund.A .
balloon ascensions, twisting, turningand Just One Great Big Happy Red Cross benefit reception and
squirming through the air, drop- matinee was given Tuesday after-
ping from a great height in threee noon at the home of Mrs. Harry I..
parachute performances.Kuhl's Beeman on Gore avenue. It was a
biplane flights have attracted brilliant success socially, as well as
all patrons. His flights have been financially, one hundred or more
graceful, thrilling and evidence great This Week guests attending, all of whom cOn-
proficiency and professional skill Family tributed generously to the relief fund.

gained by years of study in aereuna- Nearly $125 was collected.-Tampa

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APOPKA EXHIBIT AT FAIR IS I and this caught Moley's fancy. He I
took special pains with the boy and II
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always, found him a ready listenerand
I willing to learn. In this way REAL ESTATE

DESERVING OF GREAT PRAISE Baron pilot has developed him into a

first class tosser and one who may

w not stop this side of the majors when -
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THE SOIL IN THAT SECTIONIS The entire booth has been reg-
very
artistically decorated with ferns and ular.The We bu> d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If .
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VERY PRO- making of a first baseman out
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palm branches by: Newell & Ustler, t j I of Carroll and a little novelty now you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call
DUCTIVEMANY the noted fern
growers of Apopka l/
/ T.4 being promoted by Johnny Dobbs at *
who have some very choice ferns on New Orleans will lend to special features and talk your wishes over with us.
the grounds for sale. l I. I
: of interest to the fans in the
INTERESTING EXHIBITSVIES The management of the exhibit has Southern League this summer. They The manager of this firm has had years of exper-
been under the supervision ofIa'or
f will try to make a first baseman out ience dealing in Florida investments
Frank H. Davis of Apopka who has having sold over a
WITH OTHER COUNTIES of Carroll and Dobbs will take
WHICH HAVE NOTABLECONTRIBUTIONS been very in successful for the past two CHAS. CAEnoLL. FIRST BASEMAN Bluhm, his initial guardian last year, million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last
years working up such creditable BIRMINGHAM B. B. I I and seek to develop him into a short-
THIS exhibits from his town.
CLUB stop. Just what the success of these two years.
YEAR The current issue of the Apopka k
two moguls will be will be watchedby
News is being distributed free, telling When the fans of Orlando see the fans around the circuit. We are well posted on the values of all classes and

Tuesday morning opened bright I the public of the many advantages to Charlie Carroll of the BirminghamBarons Carroll has but one bad feature.He .
and fair and the big fair opened amida be found among the highlands of in action here during the seems to take a stiff armed swingat kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all

blaze of splendor. All day Mondaythe illustrated Apopka and the edition is profusely spring training of that ball club, I the ball and does not meet it with bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real
with
various departments representedon scenes taken in the which by the way is but a short time the sweeping grace and accuracy of
the grounds were a surging mass thriving little Orange county city. off, they will see the Baron boy in anew most good batters. It is immaterialto Estate Bargains.
of humanity and everything was be- Apopka is one of the most prosperous role. the management, however, how the

ing done that could be preparatory to sections of Orange county, and The Carroll person has been used boy bats, just so he gets results, and
the opening of the fair Tuesday morn- her people are wide awake to every !:' by Manager Molesworth in nearly that's what he did last summer. Car-

kind of public enterprise, and the j I I'every position on the club and has roll is a right-hand thrower and a
ing.The counties of Seminole, Osceola I I time is. not far distant when theI|I[been known for the past few seasons right-hand batter.

and Volusia were all active in their ,('I name and fame of Apopka will have j I as the best utility man in the Southern WARING REAL ESTATE COMPANYR.

preparation, and Orange was losing extended far and near and she will League.
1. I I Warman will deliver that parcel
no time to have her general exhibit j be filled with hustling business people The dub had many accidents and note for ten cents; just call 296. or
t ready, while Apopka, Winter Garden, who will seek to make their homes mishaps last year and Carroll appeared -I 2-5-1mo D. WAKING, Manager
Ocoee, Oakland and Tildenville were among the good peope of that litte in ninety games, first in one
busily engaged in their special ex- city.We position and then the other. During I The weather is great! (We have Rooms 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 631

t hibits. I admire the thrift and enter- these ninety games he hit for an average rapped on wood.)

i All the exhibits are of a high class prise displayed by our little sister of 275. This is a good aver- 1115tfAm

i and are attracting quite a bit of attention city and hope to see her continue to age and Moley resolved to give hima
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No more healthful location be
can
,l especial mention. A large
banner suspended from their booth found in the state than that of Apopka son.Tex Covington was returned to the INSTRUCTOR
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i sets forth the fact that all the vege- and that, coupled with good soil St. Louis Browns at the end of last ------
and good citizenship, makes it indeed Orlando Country Club
tables and fruits on display have season and this left Manager Moles-
t been grown on the Apopka soil without a splendid place to establisha worth without a first sacker. He did Telephone No. 249.

I irrigation, and the fine collection home. not seem worried a bit, however, and Leaving FloridaAnd
f shows; that the soil there is indeed states that he will not use much effort -

. very productive. NO HARM ANY WAY I to get a first baseman from the will Specially Price my two Properties in Winter ParkA

i! One of the finest clusters of grapefruit majors the coming season. He is going SOMETHING NICE!

ever exhibited here is to be seen I The old bachelor in front of the to use Carroll on the initial sack. good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800
f in the Apopka exhibit, where 14 large Rest and Tea Room, after feastinghis Carroll has done a good lot of first- full bearing Orange, Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two
t well formed fruit are all clustered I It eyes upon the tastily decoratedcars baseing for the Barons since coming blocks of Public School close to Depot and Post Office. In addition
I Two Beautiful Building Lois to making home this will make
a property a yearly return on
t upon one small twig not larger than filled with smiling suffragists, in {I I to Birmingham, but has never held
the investment of
from 10 to 25 per cent, according to crop and
l a man's finger. yesterday's parade, turned to the that berth regularly. It's been sucha On South Orange Avenue, market conditions, price $8,500.00; also

E The tree of corn grown by T. F. young man at his elbow and re- long time since Charlie was a reg near Lake Lucerne, splen- My Residence Property in Winter Park, 12-room, New Modern
f McDonald attracts quite a bit of attention marked "I don't see any harm in it !ular on any ball club that it's hard to did view of the lake, only dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front, 20 acres of
and the two oak split round any way." 'remember just whaj his original station 22 blocks from business land highly improved, 1500 Gran*, and Grapefruit trees, irrigated
garden. Property is close in, well located, close to the new
l' baskets of H. II. Witherington filled was, but according to the memory center nice big shade trees Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough! for
with corn and velvet beans are also HAS PURCHASED LOT IN HIGH- of the fans who remember when &c. the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16-
attractive. LAND GROVE he was drafted from the bushes, he shrubbery, adjourning 500 and will give possession in 30 days.
The Apopka Cement Works have a I was an infielder and looked after the lot. to one of the best res See owner only. Write or phone me for a date and I will send
:Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sweitzer, of my car to any place in Orange County to show you these properties.
fine specimen of sidewalk which is keystone sack. dences in city.-For sale by
New Carlisle, Ind., have purchased a
t very attractive, and when put down fine lot in Highland Grove and will I i I Although he has been on the local WALTER W. ROSE RD. F. KKEZFX,
makes a very fine walk indeed. Fresh build residence I i club for a good .many years, he is
a good and make Orlando REAL ESTATE BOX 35, WINTER PARK, FLORIDA
vegetables from the gardens show still a youngster.
their home. I I Rooms I A 3 Watkins Block Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places.
that
L,1 Apopka is not behind,in the vegetable Moley took him when he was a kid

t growing industry. Get the news fa the Sentinel fir t. and took a liking to the boy. He was I Phone 55 .






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Because they have studied the conditions of the country,
the mechanism of the cars,and find the Buick car, for its price,
will give more service, both in wear and economy in fuel than
any car on the.market.

They sold the second Buick in the State and this car is
still running. They believe in this car, as business men and
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following great factors to which this company can trace its !
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The Buick Motor Co., Guarantees its Valve-in-the-Head :
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The Buick Motor Co. Guarantees that every man in this
great organization contributes his best effort to make and
market a car that will at all times and under all circumstancesgive
the owner uninterrupted use of his investment-that's .
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people liked it cannot be doubted for IN ORLANDOAt
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the third convention of
many were the pleasant comments
made during the intermissions and the Florida Association of Architects,
Always appreciating the variety after the show. The vocal offerings which.wiII meet in Orlando Thursdayand i :
and of minstrel
unique offerings a
include some sweet music by Friday, Francis J. Kennard, a
very
show endorsement, Jacksonville to the gave Neil O'Brien its usual min-en- David Morris, the phenomenal basso, leading architect of Tampa, is sched- t The Good and Bad Cigar Store

James Baradi, Jonathan Haw, Charles uled to make an address detailing the
strels the Duval Theatre
at yester-
Wright, \ViIliam Curran and George legislation needed by the architects
day afternon and last night. The 1 I t
Reduzzi and others. The latter mentioned of the State. Mr. Kennard is chair- :
have been the road ,
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company
I singer is a clever! impersona- man of the Legislative Committee. i,
eral and Jacksonville is :
seasons now 1 I tor and has a remarkable voice. Comic Another prominent speaker will be I i
one of the regular engagements and songs were introduced by Steve We- George L. Pflffer, of Lemon City, who
each year the organization seems a I Headquarters for Aviators
bere, Neil O'Brien, Harry Van Fos- will talk en the duties and responsibilities -
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which of architects.The I.D -
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This year there are numerous changesin I uproariously received. The finale sessons will be held in the :
the general plan of the show, and I were
for the first part was a travestyon Elk's hall. An attractive program has i
some new faces and names on I II
appear
II the famous Kigoletto quartet, participated been framed by Architects King and
the stage and But thereis
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of Orlando, who induced the
in by nearly all of the Eing- Huttcri,
no discount on the performance I i ers. In the Olio a very interesting architects to gather there. It will'! Smoke Wright Brothers "AEROPLANES"Nevspapers
given. It is first class in every par-
i terpsichorean number, directed by close with a banquet Thursday evening -
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an uninterruptedresume ; Pete Detzel, called forth unstinted concluding: in time for the archi-

of merriment and melody to ,I applause. Demon Rum, or a Dry tects to be in Tampa for the opening:
fill an afternoon or evening with Magazines and Post Cards I IAgent tI
:i town an absurdity chiseled out by of Gasparilla Carnival on Friday.In ,
The of the show is ,
pleasure. opening '
Neil O'Brien himself, was responsiblefor addition to the architects, delegates I i:
different in some respects from the I a gale cf laughter that threatenedthe from the Master's builders' Association I

former offering, but gives ample opportunity walls of the theater for a while. will also be present. North for
Marlcy-Davidson |
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and individual comicalities. O'Brien -
the show goes at a lively clip from also be represented. Tampa Tribune.The tI
has a number of sweet singers on his > : *
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list this season and the songs and balI,post St. John's County Commis- I
lards, with choruses and concert num- '!i minstrels will sing and sione-s have ruled that automobiles aX'

bers delighted all in the theater. !i dance and frolic at the Duval Theater mi'5t Flow down to ten miles an hour
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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 -
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water, and many people have come here to I live largely because men have. expresed amazement at the rapid growth of this department -
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ciated by all who become familiar with its advantages. A 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
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 accommodation -
play at our office, enabling our customers to select from a of the public.
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same management which continues to operate its plants. We realize that our interests are common with those of

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!! IS PREMIER SCHOOL EXHIBIT ,.in The the Sentinel center lobby is maintaining of the fine a booth arts

I where you may register and become
1! acquainted with the Morning Senti-

I nel. No papers are sold-all are given -
SCHOOLS FROM ALL COUNTIES the school is most proud is "The High away-each contains a complete
School Echo," a neat and attractive
I
l HAVE NOTABLE program of the day's events. Yester-

.. mi magazine which has been publishedthis day 250 registered, representing 20
-- 4- DISPLAYS year for the first time. The states. The booth is managed by

-- 'grammar schools of the city each I Julian Harris, circulation manager of

will have ne exhibits rivaluing, if not the Sentinel.
ORLANDO
TO THE FIRST PARTY WHO AGREESTO REPRESENTEDi surpassing, their splendid showing of I

I last year. THINKING OF LOCATING IN ORLANDO
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Y BUILD A MODERN COTTAGE i I Cathedral school has a nice exhibit I
ALL DEPARTMENTS SHOW THE i of charcoal ,
etchings and basket work.
with not less than six rooms I will
f STRENGTH OF COUNTY'S entered by the art department of that Dr. W. A. Porter, of Portland, Me..
sell lot I in Orlando for I school.
any own GREAT EDUCATIONAL is in the city and is seriously thinking -

i!! ADVANTAGESBY The Oakland-Winter Garden school of locating in Orlando for the

ONE HALF ITS VALUE 'I has shown considerable originality in practice of his profession. lIe is of

i the preparation of its exhibit. In the the homeopathic school of medicine

I ARTHUR IVEY work of the upper grades much neat and may take the office formerly occupied -
I and attractive work is found but in
I lOne of the I by Dr. S. Miles Robinson in
most valuable
depart- the work of the lower &
CARL DANN REAL ESTATECO. grades are the Yowell-Duckworth
building. Dr.
ments open to exhibitors in the Subtropical -
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erywhere to be seen traces of ev-I Porter is of and if he
| Midwinter a man means
Fair is that in iI j jj in
originality thought and
which the schools locates in Orlando will build a good
of the
various &
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I are so often lacking in home. Dr. and Mrs. Porter
T. counties I are good
i enter their work that it may of this kind.
Promoters ofCONCORD people and Orlando people would be
with
the
compete work of other
,schools. I One phase of this originality is glad to welcome them.
I Ii found in a unique little magazine pre-

I i The entries ii this department are pared by the fifth grade of that TO INOCULATE HOGS AT TANGERINE -
.of the greatest educational value to I school. This magazine has as its cov-

the competing schools, for the comparison er illustration a cartoon representative -
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of work is bound to create in of the Orange county fair; inside -
Dr. A. S. Babb, U. S. government
the contestants a desire to found other
improvethe are cartoons, and
PARK veterinarian, and Mr. A. P. Spencer,
II quality of their work. This year several illustrated short stories, all district agent of the Farmers' Co-op-
the school exhibits much improved of which make little
are up a dandy book- 4
erative Work, with headquarters in
I in both quantity and quality let. A
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Gainesville, Fla., are expected in Or-
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lover the showing made at the last
An exhibit from the DeLand school
lando today. They expect to pay a
fair. I which apparently has no competition visit to the live stock farm of Mr.

COLONIAL PARK One of the largest exhibits comes to face from the other schools con- S. J. Sadler, at Lake Ola, near Tan-

from Sanford. Charcoal sketches, I"sists of a small but neat collection of gerine, where they will inoculate sev- .

historical maps, mathematics work, woodwork. DeLand also has a large eral fine hogs with their cholera pre-

chemistry and English form the ma- and instructive product map of AfricaI ventive.

jor portion of the regular exhibit I I its booth.

HIGHLAND GROVE from the high school of Seminole j j The most striking feature of the NEW RESIDENCE ON MARGARET

county's capital. Included in the Sanford !I New Smyrna exhibit is a large magjazine.of STREETMrs.
t exhibit is a fine showing of do- general school work. This

I i mestic art. This department of 'I I magazine allows much more space forI F. B. Culp is having a very

I training which is coming to be con- I the exhibition of the work, and being pretty six room two story house erect-

sidered an absolute necessity in the !put up in an attractive manner invites ed on one of her pretty lots on Margaret -

COLONIAL HILLS formation of a well balanced high I inspection of its contents. street. Contractor Nolan is in t

I.school course has evidently been I Windermere has an attractive display charge of the work and when completed I

taught to good purpose in our neigh- I of baskets made of pine straw. it will add very much to that
I boring city, as proved by their splendid coming thoroughfare.
exhibit.In t Rollins college has this year, as .
ALTALOMA heretofore a very complete and beautiful -
I the Orlando booths the schoolsof HAS PURCHACED BEAUTIFUL
display of art work of different
this city have one of the best exhibits -I HOME
kinds. Some good charcoal etchingsare
I of school work which has ever
to be seen in the Rollins collec-
1! been entered in this city. In the Mr. O. A. Stringer, one of the efficient -
tion.
Several fine pictures from the
,I mathematics department the high clerks in the postoffice, has pur- .:
Canton Lane Studio are in the same
:i school has an especially noteworthy chased a beautiful home at Schumann
: group. Altogether the exhibit from .
exhibit from the geometry classes- Heights, and with his mother and sisters -
j the Winter Park college is no doubt
geometric solids of many different and brother will move there in a t
the best, from an artistic standpoint,
in and few weeks.
patterns put together neat in the entire school exhibit.
workman-like manner. I
Among the various other schools
FOUND-License No. 69, and
plate
The history, biology and Latin departments
whose work should be mentioned as card, "Car for Hire." Owner may
are each represented in a deserving of praise, are Oviedo, MonI have same by paying for this ad. and *

very cerditable manner. One of Or I roe, Longwood and Maitland, all of: seeing Officer Broom.
lando high school's entries of which whom put in excellent exhibits.
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finest City Homes in any part of of the city, also elegant Country Homes as well as smaller '

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ando on tions had become immune as regards ... ..f_...,* .. < <; .<- .... -k.: '-c:
didn't it. FAIR -... ' .-t.... .1i14JI t ( -
malaria. They -
They get :
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Orlandomotored were the only people capable of rais- ::) 1ror.; . Iit; .... : 'TI! ,"'''' - ,, ..
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We want to the other countieson ; y ..
ing rice in that coast region. put #';< '. ';.:.
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Business. "When rice culture was suspendedthese notice that Seminole county is going ;; ; ;'!' '''tH.t'-'h'' .1" ....., .. .:- ;

immune laborers scattered. after the prize at the Subtropical ..
in town
lis tomato Then the price went back and whenit Fair in Orlando week after next. CONNER PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT, 4 YEARS OLD on Rough Lemon St<
Never before has there been such
was time to resume the business a
place to
they couldn't be brought back. systematic gathering of the resourcesof ;;.

Mr. C. II.io "They have never come back. the county, mainly because they
"Neither has the rice crop of the will be shown here first and then

Saturday South Atlantic coast. 'And it never taken to Orlando, and in this way a

will it never can.' much larger and finer display will be
led from Or- ;
,
"Now for the cotton moral. arranged. Seminole county should Dnner Prolific Grape Pru"as

family, from "'Cotton is king;' and the army of carry off the county prize and expectsto

[siting friends servitors who uphold his power is do so. From all indications the

made up of negro laborers. Orlando fair will be the largest in

"Let that army be dispersed from the history of the county and there
wife
fe's cottage are now on the cotton fields, and it will never be will be many thousands there to see Compared with Mid-Season and late

brought back."Nothing the products. Let every one in Semi- .

Miss Bowman is so certain as that the nole visit the sister county and see Grape Fruit as an Income Producer
the exhibits fot in
comparisons are
they will spendSENTINEL negro plantation laborerfi out of work ,
and instantly out of money, will driftto the means of betterment in growing

the town and city. fruits vegetables and live stock. During the past five season's grapefruit shipped in straight carlots thro .-,

"Once there he almost Sanford Herald.
never gets .
back to the soil. the Florida Citrus Exchange has averaged during October $2.98 per box f.o.b.; du :

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o ?n. 27, 1915. "The Atlantic rice growers let him Badentovm had, last week, a pure October and November $2.78 per box f.o.b. ; during December, January and Fe ;

eI.<< go, and they lost their industry with white American Beauty rose, seven '
1 family are him. People who are advising the inches in diameter. Some rose that, ary, (midseason), $2.34; during March, April and May, (late), $2.39; during ",..- .

,fr the winter South to cut its cotton acreage halfor even for Florida. It was a beautyand and July, (very late), $2.241per;: box, f.o.b., showing conclusively that the

i. Central ave- more for next year will do well to was grown by Mrs. J. J. Telot, of -=

ca y' they send consider what it will do to their labor. Manatee. ner Prolific variety, ripening its fruit for marketing purposes and going to ma .:;
"Unless they find something else
e el. In one in October is worth 64c. per box more than midseason grapefruit, and going. to
an \fe from the with which to keep the labor busy l

10 **ero weath- and on the land, they will lose it; anda market in October and November, which is its regular season, is worth 44c. per

cle wpg used repetition, with cotton, of the disaster ORLANDO
gainS orth and as that rice suffered would be a more than midseason grapefruit, 39c. per box more than late grapefruit and 53c '_

Soutt calamity." box more than very late grapefruit. fIn

g, as limy office
the tn ter NOTABLES TO ATTEND GASPA- PLUMBING CO addition to this you save loss in number of boxes by dropping from the t: -::
win< registers ,.

zerol,ee many RILLA CARNIVAL by thorning, by growing light and punky, and by other means making culls in

n to 15 _
school c
years of ag rangll6, school, Tampa, Fla, Jan. 28.-From all 26 WEST PINE STREET fruit, a loss totaling often one-fourth on the production of a tree, and by pie -

many of the U lottenn g each points east of the Mississippi river PHONE 122 fruit early you save twenty-five per cent of your crop. Twenty-fire per cent c .(
low have been
other with s: owballs,\\ng andthejxhibit extremely rates granted -
tumbling arou d in : to Tampa and other points in crop adds to each box a value about 75c., totaling $1.40 per picke. d box for

"* ( South Florida on account of the Gas- Best Plumbing at Low-
ing a most pe pict -' health carnival the dates of whichare Prolific grapefruit, above varieties that must be shipped from January on thr i
parilla
vim, vigor and happiness, a picture. :
that can not be excelled in any other I February 12 to 16, inclusive. The est PricesWe the season until June and July. '
rates are the same as those grantedto
clime on earth. New Orleans and Mobile are not in the combine.SLAUTER'S .
Let us see if 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, or on account -
latest inventions usedon
even 60 below (for it sometimes gets of their :Mardi Gras celebrations all firstclass'Plumbing These figures furnished by Cashier of Florida Citrus Exchange, and may be] J:

, that low here) is such a terrible "bogaboo" and tickets can be extended to [--
:March 15 of dollar. tified to by him. .E'-
or not. Our little city of Vir- on payment one Construction

ginia is about 24 years old, was almost Stopover privileges are also grantedto
.
ticket buyers. These rates, together -
entirely wiped off the map in I
and in fire. We with the widespread advertising
1893 again 1900, by
now have a population of 14,000;. campaign that has been waged for I OCKLAWAHA

miles of paved" streets, and electric South some time Florida, are with expected a larger to numberof flood SOMETHING[ NICE! NURSERi io.

"white ways, municipal water and t
light plant valued at three-quarters tourists and homeseekers than have

a million dollars municipal gas ever visited the section before. Evenat Two Beautiful Building Lots W. CONNER, Proprietor _.

ant, splendid sewers, $20,000 incin- this early date preparations for On South Orange Avenue,

eration plant, $75,000 public library, holding the carnival are practically near Lake Lucerne, splendid Box S, Tangerine Florida 1
complete and it promises to be the
$75,000 U. S. postoffice, $200,000
of
view the lake
brilliant and only .
'hnical high school five other most novel ever held in '
Tampa. Governor Trammell, United 2 1-2 blocks from business
hoot
: buildings aggregated cost one-
If million dollars, 3,000 school chil- States Senators Duncan U. Fletcher center, nice big shade trees

enrolled adults and Nathan P. Bryan are other nota- shrubbery, &c., adjourning .. ,. .. ,. ,, ; ..., .... ;. ._ --_ ... .'b.-< ""'": ..f:: .
ren over 1,000 en- '
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lied in a free nigh tschool where ble men have announced that they lotto one of the best res : -c-: .. .. -"... t: .,. ..,.. ..1. :.I -;; ::< .:"' : ,;'' ''. '':: V .. :.f. ,
will attend, and is .. ..:- .. .. "". .j'.. .
jhey are taught everything known in hope expressedthat dences in city.-For sale by .,. . > .: : _- .. .' .::'JS'r1J'7fII -. < .. ,
President Wilson will accept the ," !"'. .i. ..* "
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odern public school education by in- '. ; .. .J- > \ ;;
ictors the best that invitation extended: him to visit the WALTER W. ROSE .- :' ; .",--:.,.'' '- .. ,24:: c'
money can < .
section for a rest after ad- --,1 ... ::1 j
congress REALi ESTATE V ..
jrocure; school district has over .... ; ; '
journs in March. 4' ..... .;".... .rc., :
50,000 cash on hand and not one Rooms I & 3 Watkins Block b' .c

nny indebtedness. For fear thate I Phone 55 .. ..;,.' ..."..... .., I,.r . .i.
Mighty convenient-Sentinel wants. \ ,. t. :.I : ..-
waste basket may get this, if conned . .'" ': "tr'J "_ :
I will close inviting all to -- -- ------ ---- ..... .-.;;;;. t----. k jit" "" ._ y. <.
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It the. best little city in the Uniteds. rI ) '.. " "'-,...-........' ... ,.-- "'C '........- k-r.. ;1 ... &..'>... "".J.o.-'. -3.:
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FREE COPY OF SENTINELTO REAL VALUES LOW PRICES % -t t "'-= ;: :.f ;_
FRIENDS : I II' ir! I .... ._
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seemed as though everybody in tJ" ":it..t .:'"
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Indo was anxious for their friends OUR FURNITUREWe ----- ""'7'b J
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Iher portions of the United States I 7 .- :
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eive a free copy of the Weekly !B
provide the quality furniture that has long .I ... :""' .
net, judging from the way names 4 = _- -
been furniture
accepted by knowing buyers as the : 4" .. h4 -;. .
into the Sentinel office yester- standard of merit. If an article is here it is good. ..

More than 400 names came to It a wouldn't here were it otherwise. We ca-'t make ::" ...... :h" i'-". ....," . b '\1
I desk-every mail bringing in this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stonesof "' -": '.". -:" .; .. ..JlI""": 1 ,

If you are among the first I this business, and that means much to any buyer. t ::7" ... 'r :1\ tl.&.,; 7C 1
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friends may receive a free sub- .i7" t

ion to the Weekly Sentinel for '. ... 1i. 1iT: ..

jiod of three months beginning McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK, _"; ,;"i'. _iiI "f' '' Ii" .f i't' .." 'iI. ;.... .
18 the
subscriptions beingr :
Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SI., Orlando Fla.
by the Board of County Com- I

ers, who are boosting Orlandoge J CONNER PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT, 4 YEAR OLD, ON SOUR ORANGE STOCK
county. 4 .



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of a,pair of clear fine ness is almost entirely that of TS-] A BIG INDIISTR FO THE FUTURE .- 'FEN '"NEVER
Ire eloquent than humanr pression and expression is the picture -

| messages are at once of thought as it is printed on I In the
and of greater, deeper the human face,-Mme. Qui Vive. I At Auburndale the citizens recently I ment in the"Interesting February People" m p--

g; their language is the organized a company which since December azine appears a remarkable depart-J
the souL The physicale The people of Florida still insist 21 has been canning citrus about a twelve-year-old Andwily'o

beauty, even though that something be done concerningthe fruits, using "culls"-in this case living in Pittsburg, named eG

colors differ; its loveli Marianna tragedy. fruit damaged by careless picking, or I Sackville Stoner. This little v! J:'t:0.. ;: .- e.:esu\
too small for packing. but which is already an 1an ig15 BoyceFls
accomplished s- i >>
1'ts1t. F'
in every instance sound and good to speaks eight languages u-:t"1 p" toIl -
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Jsn
7 I eat. The process is known as the and teaches at Carnegi, \\ete Fot tt\a 1t\-1o i\\5 Ie
RIGHT SEED CO. Langley process of preserving the She can make speeches Ste' s: a \$tge vas :S Ses
to\\O _ucton
01 Seats
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fruit in
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It has
cans. made
a great languages before large aud \eU \\$ t o
e\eG :
I hit, according to our correspondent, written and staged plays, of S 1. tt1\e1\ tot G. S barclef :
re carry the Largest Stock of Seed in who informs us that since the factory in concerts upon both the vi "- \;' 1o\t.tot \<\e sna tot 0

started less than a month ago half a piano, has beaten _- elect _t1\-1\ Il. _
e County. Agents for the Celebra- champions p ; RicbstasOtot aloe
car load of the product has been chess, can row, fence, swim ;.... 3. tea, .tas e\eG\\ \ = _
[ational Guano Fertilizers 1 shipped to Omaha similar \ : e S
a el
amount horseback, skate, play ball, coko vccte ell Rntlea co\\\1\s. $-s
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to Boston, with smaler t
amounts to and execute o. l ee2
fancy dances. Her ;baasntet
mc
206 So. Orange Ave. I numerous other places, and the fac- er attributes her unusual developmaj: >t. : a c.5'. S4 Il wife =Yr

tory is now 20,000 cans behind with to "natural education." Following \ 1\\-tS :\$ u' 'aa\ceA
!its at.
orders. are ten "nevers" which Mrs. Stoner tre9
t
F lien to Aoete S
The company also puts up fruit,,'has adopted in the rearing of chil- 10\. y>>. 1\ .
I juices, and during the summer it will I dren: \ aY $1\.e SO \ 04t

% AGRUDER'Sntry make guava jelly, paste and other. "Never give physical punishment. 0t5 et VO fey aaSse Scin Estese
,products of that delicious, if odorifer- Never say 'Don't. Never 'Must.' \\\e A
say sce
ous, fruit. Never let a child say 'I can't.' Never S4 Rai BtoStAte>>S \.a.0 sthtst
_ I It is a good work. It is one factory refuse to answer any of the child's cla ate all ,.\s\\ tbetnA
now in a big section. The time is "se, and 1
[ Club Car I questions. Never tease or ridicule a \1\ ot1\\1\; .otls 55
Service"S coming when Florida's canned fruits, j I child. Never allow a child to lose Stote oaud.. :-e\\1 tot i -
jellies, syrups and other output from I self respect or respect for his par- ot g 't'3ot1'0 PrattSuU to't.e

EMPIRE AND SAN JUAN 9 AJVI. AND 2 P.M. the by-products of our groves and ents. Never scold a child. Never allow ea sort'ea\'n\ \t\ Otara =-
orchards will bring millions of dollars e'\ \5 was
other A
any spot to become
more \
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FcN FROM COUNTRY CLUB into the state each yearfroma attractive than home." c\\\1\e t"i \\ +,1\\ ;'
___ 12.30 P.1\1. and 5.30 P.1\1. t 10\\1\
product that is "J"o
now largely waste. alt. Ftsa
from Hotel i the Another side of the v bUSioess .... .1ot; G.s busiaesle
any City by calling PHONE 34. matter is that the Paris Military Critic Says Austrian .c 1
IP $1.00. new industry will employ large num- Plan Is to Attack Right Wing If you aas tta ,,\t. o'Ftsa9: gas
FARE 1.
ONE
WAY 50c. bers of persons at remunerative r' OtsnaSligh
Petrograd, via London, Jan. 29.- \.0 t et
3. o
wages.-Tampa Tribune.GASPARILLA Colonel Shumsky military critic of and talk o.et 1). 1 link tot
the Bourse Gazette, declares the Aus- \- Tlt'esanY 0link
The : 1ean 10house'
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FEATURES trians will deliver their main attackon also -1\
ac5fiao
Sstcn
THE OLD RELIABLEANN'S their extreme right wing in West ience deaHL'e ec\. 1t.. 1l.. Y>>0 Otis-1'
Tampa, Fla, Jan. 28.-Nine excel- Bukowina, where they hope to halt rtt. ototea \0
lent concert and marching bands will Roumania. : million dollar e\sOt'\ 1t\ seta -
> TRANSFERDr. furnish the music for the pageants, That view is supported by the con- I '- TZ --\1\ $:\\S--.001\..-

street dancing and other features of centration in southeastern Hungaryof two years..r;. 11Ov'e.)\\ss.aay a-1\l

B. D. WIENENGA, Prop. the Gasparilla carnival, the dates of Archduke Joseph's fourth army ... o Fti Epson-ekinds .;
which are February 12 to 16, inclu- and the German force of four corps. We are we< \-t\)\t. I''yl;e. 1'1ef
sive, and efforts are now being madeto a.\.'ts 1\1\
of Florida 't-1\ sS es
ery, Draying and HaulingWE add the world famous Havana POPULAR COLORS \\eye \$3. \\. SoV$\ ,

Municipal Band, composed of one hun- bargains in Real E.;.,: )\t.ea \1\ ht t -
dred pieces, to this number. The Cu- "Belgian blue" is a name used to -e1\Ue. $-1\l -
ban government will, as usual, send a designate a number of shades on the Estate Bargains. yarn' $ 1. \\0 ilYahet =' : .

GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE warship to the carnival, and it is very dark Alice blue order scheduled .. Tliiot' etat,e'atc r:
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i hoped that arrangements may be among the popular colors of the sea- Leiftest '
made to bring the big band over on son. Other colors which it is expected we +Sp _" :;::;'e':;..

ITO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK this vessel. Every county in South will be favored, aside from black,
Florida is being advertised without white and combination of black and WARING REAt' :;;
charge in the pictorial programs of white, are old gold, battleship grays :
untry Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited the carnival, which will be placed in and geranium red. \\\ot 4ste t!' 7-r.
the hands of thousands of people in < '
HORSES FOR SALE every state east of the Mississippi : The Beede Bureau have opened an R. D. WART| TlY ing tis 5555

river, from which extremely low rates i office in the Aragon hotel building, o'ou sia e

_; 257. Orlando, Florida are offered by the railroad and steam- near the pmtoffice, in Jacksonville, Rooms 4 and 6 Watkins \ anae.Otlaco

ship lines. for the special purpose of giving reliable t'Ume &
information, concerning St. Pe- e \
Don't forget the Sentinel want ads. tersburg and vicinity. . . II IIIIII IIIIIIIIIIII II C iss'3 Tlottb trt!?
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More Grand Auction Sale of


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Orange Park Residence Lots !







[nday Tuesday Wednesday FEBRUARY I I 1-2-3 3 At 2:30 P. M.






The Beauty Spot of Orlando



.OCATED{ ON W. COLONIAL DRIVE, IN THE CITY LIMITS HIGH AND DRY CAREFULLY RESTRICTED; BIG LOTS 50X188 FT




The High Class Location For Nice People



.* Where values rise because it is high class
3 property, on the road to the country club.


.We had a big sale last week and to a nice class of people. You are cordially invited to ride out. Autos


rill take you out and back, leaving State Bank corner at 1:30 to 2:00 p. m., returning about 4:30 p. m.


(No advertisements on the cars.)



Capt.: Norton Miller will conduct the sale and give away free hundreds of valuable presents. .



Remember. Monday, February 1st. is the first great day of sale.


5 Band Concert at State Bank corner each day of sale at 1:30. _.




.5 5 COlon.ial: Lac.d Co .




Office-Watkins Block-Room 1 with W. W. Rose -


f. B. MILLER, President E. W. WATSON, Treasurer G L. ATKIN, SecretaryMl



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