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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 12, 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: VID00482
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THREE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1915 NUMBER 1

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UNITED STATES DESPATCHES NOTES TO GERMANY AND Sheriff Gordon Closes

GREAT BRITAIN AND URGES THEM TO GO SLOW AND Up MONSTER CROWD AT FAIRGROUNDS

USE JUDGMENT IN ACTION TOWARD THIS COUN- Twelve Games Of Chance ;

TRY'S NEUTRALITY STAND-WARNS ENG-

LAND ABOUT FLYING STARS AND 10 In Jail-2 Give $100 Bond

STRIPES OVER HER VESSELS I 10 S SEE[[ FIREWORKS[

Sheriff Frank Gordon arrested twelve games of chance operators on
Notes Indicate The Possibility Of A .the Midway at the fair grounds last night at ten o'clock, closing up the concessions 1 -
and placing ten of the operators in the county bastile. Two of the Many More Are LAST NIGHT THE GROUNDS

Crisis With Powers men gave bonds of $100. The others were unable to meet the required bail WERE THRONGED WITH
and went to jail. Unless they plead guilty Sheriff Gordon said, they will Prize Winners t
be given a hearing before Judge Warlow March 8. IMMENSE CROWDS

Tremendous Slaughter Marks Progress of Terrific Battle about .
I BLUE RIBBON WINNERS IN THE
Bagatelle-Germans March to Very Guns of French Fort DOMESTIC DEPARTMENTBest MACHINERY HALL IS INTERESTING

in Three Solid Column Formation Four Abreast- PROGRAM TODAY'S y S EVENTS grape jelly, Seminole county

Then Falter, Turn and Leave Hundreds of exhibit. Mechanically Inclined Find Much
Catley guava jelly, Mrs. T. L. Har-
Dead on the Bloody Field ney. Orange Center. "to Interest Them in '

9:30 a. m.-Band concert in main exposition hall. Guava jelly, others, Mrs. J. A. P. This Splendid
London Feb. 11- The bureau publishes an official denial that the .
press 10 a. m. Live stock exhibit before the grand stand. Lane.
Wilhelmina had been detained and her cargo seized. 10 Baseball between Rollins DepartmentThe
a. m-- game and a special team. Orange jelly, Seminole county ex-
The cabinet is discussing the question of cargo, and the indications are 10:30 a. m.-Inter-county spelling bee at high school auditorium. hibit.
in favor of the assumption that' the steamer will not be permitted to convey 11 a. m.-Better Babies contest; awarding of prizes in tent east of main Plum jelly, Mrs. A. T. McCulloch. pyrotechnic display staged at
.her to Germany. the fair grounds attracted an immense -
cargo exposition building. Peach jelly, 'Miss Kena Fries.
11 a. .-Dog show. Strawberyr jelly, Mrs. J. A. Tro- crowd last evening, a throng
Germans on Offensive in East Prussia 11:30 a. m.-Aeroplane flight over grounds and town. villion' Winter Park. that surged against the track fences
Petrograd, Feb. .-The following official statement was given out to- 1:45 Harness and and filled the
p. m.- runnig races. Blackberry jelly, Mrs. A. T. McCul- grand stand to the lim-
night from the headquarters of the Russian general staff: "The Germans 4 p. m--Balloon ascension, three parachute drops. loch. it. The display put on the fair man-
with a great force are taking the offensive in East Prussia and the Russiansare 4 p. m.-Wild West show, and special features on the carnival grounds.Today's Grapefruit jelly, Mrs. A. T.':\IcCulloch. agement considerable expense was
falling back from the :Masurian lakes towards the frontier." the best ever shown in this section of

Mulberry jelly, Mrs. J. A. P. Lane. Florida. One little surprise after an-
Washington, Feb. 11- -Notes sent to Great Britain and Germany and Card other
Racing Surinam jelly, Mrs. A. T. McCul greeted the spectators and some
made public by the state department tonight indicate a possibility of a crisisin loch. C of the features of the fireworks program
the efforts of the United States to maintain neutrality toward the European Special-Trot or Pace-Purse $150. caused
Exhibit of jellies, Mrs. A. T. Mc- everybody to gasp with
belligerents.In 1. Hal Pulaski, ch. g. _____...1______ C. M. Hand owner. C. M. Hand, driver Culloch.' wonder and amazement. The displaywas
its note to Great Britain on the deceptive use by the British vesselsof 2. Billy Melson, b. g. ________G. II. Sprague, owner; P. F. Hamblin, driver Grapefruit marmalade Seminole given by the International Fire-
the American flag, the state department says: 3. Watermelon, b. g. ________________S. N. Igou, owner; S. N. Igou, driver county exhibit. works company, of New Jersey.
"The government of the United States therefore trusts that his majesty's 4. Dutchland, b. g. _____________W. M. Davis, owner; W. M. Davis, driver Orange marmalade, Mrs. J. A. P. Seventy-two separate numbers were '
government will do all in their power to restrain the vessels of British nation- Special-Pacing-Purse $150. Lane. on the program and not a one failedto
ality from the deceptive use of the flag of the United States in the sea area 1. Little Hal, ch. g. ________ Dave Lockhart, owner; P. F. Hamblin, driver Huckleberry jam, Miss Lizzie Math- bring applause. They were all
defined in the Germany declaration, since such practice will greatly endanger 2. Buena Ventura, b. g. __________ S. N. Igou, owner; C. II. Sprague, driver Blackberry jam, Miss Kea Fries. most excellent- Some of the featureswere

vessels of 'a friendly power in navi- 3. R. P. Little, b. s. __________ R. L. Lockhart, owner; D. Lockhart, driver_ Guava jam, Mrs. J. A. P. Lane. Niagara Falls, Old Glory, the
4. Joe Chimes, bl. s. ________ C. H. Sprague, owner M. Williams driver
gating those waters and even seem to ; Peach preserves, Miss Fannie Tay- Maltese Cross, the fountain of Versailles -
impose upon the government of Great ARCHITECTS ARE One-half Mile Dash-Purse $50.; lor. floating parachutes of stars%
Britain a measure of responsibilityfor 1.liss Edna, ch. m. _________________ W/Pedrick, owner; Sweeney, rider Pineapple preserves, Mrs. J. 'A. P. hanging red: white and blue lights
the loss of American lives and 2. Ban Star, ch. g. _--______ B. D. Weininpa, owner; C. H. Sprague, rider Lane. I and many others, all of which were
vessels in case-of an attack by a Ger- 3. Carrie Elder, B.'m.'._____-____c ___*_ J. L. HOI, owner; Powers, rider Guava preserves, Mrs. J. A. P.I(concluded with a "good night" piece.
man naval force." IN FAVOR OF 4. Little Belle, b. m. _________________ J. B. Swabey, owner; Smith rider Lane. I The crowds at the grounds yester-

In the note to Germany, the Ger- On'e-fourth Mile Dash-Purse $25.; Loquat preserves, Mrs. J. A. P. J day were very large continuing
man government is informed that the 1. Ruby Hill, b. m. ________________ Alvin Dann, owner; Alvin Dann, rider Lane. I throughout'the day and late into the
United States will consider it "an indefensible 2. Pony May, s. m. _____________ W. W. Yates, owner; W. W. Yates, rider Kumquat, preserves, Mrs. J. A. !+night, when the midway attractions'of '
violation of all neutral NEW( COURSEGO 3. Dock, br. g. ________________ W. W. Yates, owner; Joe Patrick, rider Lane. P.I the Johnnie Jones shows were vis
rights" if the commanders of German 4. Brody W., b. g. ______________ A. D. Wells, owner; A. D. Wells, riderYesterday's Watermelon preserves, Miss :ited. Gay parties in groups of eight
vessels of war should act upon the nie Taylor. I and ten attended the different shows
I
presumption that -the flag of the ON RECORD TO THIS EFFECT ResultsFirst Fig preserves, Mrs. C T. McQuaig. Ii last evening, marvelling at the various _
United States is not being used in Strawberry preserves, Mrs. C. M. I freaks and attractions. The bestof
(good faith and should destroy on the YESTERDAY Tichenor. order was maintained.
Race-Free for All
high seas an American vessel or the 'TjRNING Canned peaches, Mrs. S. Belch. i Secretary W. R. O'Neal stated last
Maxie Divert, 1-1-1; Tom Riley, 2-2-3; Bobby S., 3-3-2. Time: 2:111-4.
lives of American citizens." Canned plums, Miss Kena Fries. I night that the management was very
Second Race-Special-Trot or Pace
These constituted the warning giv- Canned Mrs. J. W. Nixon well pleased with yesterday's show- .
,
Patch 1-1-2-1 Silver Toodles 3-3-3-3 Adeline Wilkes 2212. pears ,
Lady ; ; I
ELECTION OF OFAGERS f TODAY
en to Germany.' Time: 2:353-4. Chuluota. ing, and with fair weather predicted,(
"If such a deplorable situation Third Race-One-half Mile Dash Canned strawberries, Mrs. I. H. :for today another mammoth crowd is
,should arise the imperial German gov- I expected. Today is Seminole county
Banquet Held at San Juan Last Payton B., first; Harmon, second; :Miss Edna, third. Time: 0:511-4. Page.
,ernment can readily appreciate that Canned blackberries, :Mrs. Edmer day and a large automobile pageantwill
Fourth Race-One-fourth Mile Dash-Cow Ponies It
the government of the United States Night Largely Attended McAlister. come from Sanford. *
John Cyclone, rst; Ruby Hill, second; Carrie Elder, third.
:will be constrained to hold the impe- -Auto Ride Scheduled Canned pineapple, Mrs. J. A.: P. -
rial German government to a strict Lane. MACHINERY HALL HAS MANY
accountability for such acts of their for TodayThe !i Canned Catley guava, Mrs. J. A. P. CHARMS
,naval authorities and may take any KUHL HAD A CLOSE CALL FORM NEW ENGLAND CLUB Lane. ,.

steps that might be necessary to take Florida Association of Archi- Canned guava, other than Catley, By Arthur Ivey .

4 to safeguard American lives and tects met in executive session yester- Daring Aviator Causes Large At Tourist Headquarters Last Mrs. Walter Westcott. Machinery hall is full this year of:
.property and secure for American citizens day morning at the Elks Club and Canned tomato, Seminole county interesting exhibits from various en-
Crowd to His Night Organization Was
Gasp as -
a full enjoyment of their acknowledged went on record as favoring the estab- exhibit. terprising Orlando firms. The hum
rights on the high seas." lishment of a course in architecturein Biplane Dropped- Duly Perfected and Exhibit canned vegetables, Miss of gas engines and the whirr of ma-'
Engine Died Officers ElectedThe Maud Cameron, Sanford. chinery fills the air with sounds pleas-
the of the
London; Feb. Tremendous 1 college engineering at Cucumber pickles, Mrs. S. E. Ives, ant to the man of a mechanical turn
slaughter*.marked the progress of the I University of the State of Florida. Karl Kuhl, the daring aviator, gave New England Association was Sr. of mind. A visit to this departmentof
terrific battle about Bagatelle today Last evening the association helda his audience an unexpected thrill yes- organized last evening at Tourist Green tomato pickle, Mrs. Chas. the fair is both instructive and interesting -

and.yesterday.A.ft banquet at the San Juan hotel terday while making his afternoon Headquarters. C. P. Dow whose native Lee.Peach and is sure to repay one for *
state is Massachusetts, was pickle Seminole county ex- the time in added knowl-
four days desperate fightingthe which was largely attended, GeorgeL. exhibition over the fair grounds. expended an
Argonne battle reached a climax elected president; Mayor Sperry, vice- edge of the industries.which are -
Pfeiffer, of Lemon City, presidentof After mounting several hundred feet and C. H. of hibit.Mustard represented
today when the Germans charged president, Swasey, pickle, Mrs. S. E. Ives, Sr. in Orlando.
:own upon the French fortificationsat the association, acting as toast- into the air, with the same apparentease Maine secretary and treasurer. Mayor Mixed pickle, Miss Maud Cameron, The Orlando Paint and Wallpap-r

Marce Therese in three solid columns master. Mr. Pfeiffer delivered an which has characterized all of Sperry gave an interesting talkon Sanford. I company, who handle Patton's Sun-
four abreast, and column address on The Duties and Responsibilities his performances, the spectators were the early history of Orlando. A Onion pickle, Seminole county ex- proof paints, and Pitcairn varnishes,
abreast of column across a front of of Architects, and H. J. Klu- horrified to see the machine give a'' large crowd was present. hibit. I have one of the most complete and
more than 500 yards wide. sudden lurch and drop headforemost The following executive committeewas Pepper relish, Seminole county ex attractively arranged exhibits in the
The guns at the fort poured deadly tho, of Jacksonville, made an addresson toward the ground. elected: W. II. Eaton, Maine; hibit. building, their booth being in chargeof
shell fire int othe solid ranks as soon the subject of Why the Legisla- After falling a short distance Kuhl II. Frank Patten, New Hampshire; Chowchow.Irs., J. A. P. Lane. :Mr. W. P. Chambers of the Patton
as they were well within range. tures of Six States Have Seen Fit to regained control of his craft and vol!Ned Pierce, Vermont; Hadley Higgins Exhibit canned fruits, vegetables, company. 1
The line of columns waivered under Pass a Law Requiring the'Registration planed to earth, landing in a corn- Massachusetts; O. P. Newton, etc.. Miss Kena Fries. There are on display this year t gas
the fire but still they came on. and Examination of Architects field just outside the grounds. Rhode Island; and Mrs. H. E. Wil- Home made catsup, Seminole coun- engines, and more gas engines, and
When within-easy rifle range the before permitting them to practicein Fortunately neither aeronaut nor 'I more, Connecticut.A ty exhibit. I then other engines besides! In one J A
quick firers and the musketry of the their respective states. machine was injured and Kuhl has I' basket picnic will be held Feb- Home made grape juice, Seminole I booth Mr. Robert Cohoon is ready to
French sent a shower of bullets that Other speakers were CommissionerS. given assurances that he will continueto ruary 22 at Dow's camp, on Lake county exhibit. demonstrate to those interested the
was a veritable hurricane of death. A. Johnson; A. C. Conyres, of make flights each day during the j I:I Conway. Arrangements for hte pic- :Mince meat Mrs. S. E. Ives, Sr. fine points and superior advantagesof
The carnage was more than human Jacksonville; J. P. Walsh, of Jackson- remainder of the fair, as scheduled. :lnic!'I and other events will be made Judges in Domestic DepartmentMrs. the several types of the Mogul line I Iof
courage could withstand and column ville; W. C. Woodall, of Columbus, A broken gasoline pipe which |:later. One hundred and fifty members Allie Fudge, of Atlanta, Ga. International oil engines, for which ,A ?
after column broke crumbled and Ga.; F. A. Kendricks, of St. Augus- stalled the engine of the aircraft in I j I may ultimately join the club, Mrs. G. F. Rogers, of Clarksburg, he is agent. .
turned, leaving a large number of tine; W. B. Talley, of Jacksonville; mid-air was the cause of the near i I I making it one of great strength. W. Va. On the other side of the hall Mr. .
dead on the field. M. S. King, of Orlando; Chas. E. accident, and only the undauntednerve I I I D. E. Fishback is just as willing to
,A vigorous bombardment 'of Nien- Johnson, of Orlando; and G. W. and ready skill of the aviator I NEW APPOINTMENTRome THOMAS A. EDISON IS 68 prove that the Fairbanks-Morse crude

port by the German batteries, and the Beane, of Tampa.At prevented serious consequences. oil and gasoline engines are not to be
shelling of the banks of the Yser 9 o'clock this morning an elec- Feb. 11.-Father Ledochow- West Orange, N. .1., Feb. 1L-An excelled.
where the Belgians maintain several tion of officers for next year will be FEAR NEGRO WILL BE LYNCHED sky today was elected general of the almost countless number of congratulatory Joseph Bumby Hardware companyis
positions, was' renewed today, the held, following which an automobiletour Society of Jesus, in succession to messages were received todayby showing a collection of the finest
French artillery replying effectively.The of the city will take place. The Pikeville, Ky.. Feb. 1L,-A climaxin Father Francis Xavier Weinz. I Thomas A. Edison, reminding him varieties of agricultural implements,
damage wrought by the Ger- meeting will then adjourn. Those in the election fraud cases was that this was the sixty-eighth anni- plows, harrows, etc.
man shells was 'struetural character -I attendance at the.meeting are: reached today when John Hall-a negro FLORIDA DAY AT SAN FRANCISCO versary of his birth. The famous inventor The garages of the city are repre-
only. I Richard G. Ball, Jacksonville; E. A. janitor in the Pikeville National did not indulge in any special sented by Phillips & Son, and by the
In the Vosges region-the heavy veil Ehmann, Jacksonville; M. Leo Elliott bank, shot and killed Milton Butler, a Gov. Park Trammell has appointed observance of the day. At present he Cook Automobile, company, the for-
of fog lifted sufficiently to permit a Tampa; Rutledge Holmes, Jackson- brother of the former circuit judge Wednesday, July 28, Florida day at is busy with plans for the reconstruction mer firm showing the much advertised &
resumption of operations, and the ville; Percival 1... Hutton, Orlando; and the attorney of some of the defendants the San Francisco exposition.THE of the great Edison plant which Dodge car, also the Overlandand a
French .troops- succeeded ,in forcingthe Murry S. King, Orlando; H. J. Klu- in the cases now being tried. recently was destroyed by fire. Cadillac; the latetr have two of
Germans from the trench. to the tho, Jacksonville; V Earl Mark, Jack The negro was captured and lodged WEATHER their favorite Buick cars "in the
south of the. Chateau De Lusse, sonville; Geo. L. Pfeiffer, Lemon City; in jail here tonight. No reason was Florida: Fair Friday. Saturday Curtis & O'Neal are showing beau ring."
t north of Colde Sainte Marie, which W. B. Talley, Jacksonville.Continued known for the murder. The authorities partly cloudy, except probably rain in tiful The Orange Valentines Ave.cards Book and and booklets.Music I Iron casting and other similar pro-
+ was occupied by the ''French. ( on par 4) fear a lynching. northwest. Store. (Continued on page 4)
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i VAST AUDIENCE:: IN (iKANU "III J I Q III" Q I = J' C 11111 C 1--;.-. I III ; III .
HOTELSTHE O34ECT OF EDUCATION. STAND IIEAKS IK. SHAW I i

The dorir.mhus been held Seeds Seeds Seeds
that the timid of tin churl: is (Continued from page 1, section 2J I ;
KEYSTONE HOTELCorner like a sheet of white paiivr. ou wise be styled a republic. Florida, '
which by education we can she added, has never had a represent-
and Church Streets writehnt characters we ative elected by the people, nor by NEW STORE
Splendid service, Excellent; looms. Hot and cold water. One of the be'.tcook pleas-e. This diK.trinisMiredly half the people. But it was her ex-
in the state. Rates ?;.uO per week and up. Special rates to parties mttls qualitjcation and correc
table board. pressed belief that the day was not
wishing tion. He comes to M'* aa Imn- NEW SEEDSSweet
far distant when the people of this-
W. G. DUNCAN, Prop dIe of inherited t'IIl| acilK-s and
tendencies labeled! from the rapidly developing state would say
indefinite past to the indefinite who should make their laws, and exe- Corn, Field Corn, Peas Beans, Etc. We
THE WINDERMEREChoice future." Iud.be makes his transit cute them. She showed that at pres-
guarantee our seeds to be fresh.Don't .
from the urn to the other ent a trifle over forty-nine per cent.
Location All Modern Conveniences through the education of the of the territory of the United States
present time. The object of that has adopted equal suffrage, and now be disappointed, come to us for Drugs
Excellent Table Good Water Reasonable RatesOn education is. or ought to be. to and Garden Seed.City .
provide wise exercise for his capacities (Continued on page 3.)
Beautiful Lake Lucerne, Orlando, Fla. wise direction for his
tendencies and through this ex-
ercise and this direction to furnish Dr. S. S. Jones
VISIT "COLLIER GROVE"-ON LAKE APOPKAFOR *
his mind with such knowl-
TilE BEST FISHING edge as may contribute to the CHIROPRACTOR Drug Store"A
On main country road, four miles east of Clermont and three miles west of usefulness the beauty and the
graduate Davenport College, 17 and
Ookland; 16 miles west of Orlando, at Bear's Gap Station, T. & G. R. R. nobleness of his life.-John 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone GOOD DRUG STORE."
Parking place for Autos. Fine Pier and Pavilion and Picnic Grounds. Tripsto TyndalL 209. Intelligent people everywhereare
wonderful "Boiling Springs." Steel Motor and Row Boats, well equipped, being restored to health by chiro- '
practic adjustments, the new scienceof J. L. DEAN: Ph.G.
for hire. Agents for Ferro Motors and Mullin's Steel Boats. removing the cause of disease. Examination ,

Oakland Office with T. Connell, Grocer. Telephone at residence, "Collier A BIRTHDAY. free. 12-24-lmo:: till 11111 11111 11111 11111. " " 11111 1111i111111..
Grove," call Monte Verde. Pavilion on pier. Can be engaged for dancing My heart la like a singing bird.
purposes. Whose nest Is in a water'd SIGNS
shoot;
:My heart is like an apple tree.
Home Comforts Service Finest Rooms: in City Whose boughs are bent with Gold Leaf and Aluminum, on WRIGHT SEED CO.We .
thick set fruit; Glass or Wood

Sanitary Inspection Rated 100 i'II My That heart paddles is like in a a rainbow halcyon shell sea; Cloth Signs and Big Bulletinsa carry the Largest Stock of Seed in

My heart Is gladder than all specialtyI Orange L.ounty. Agents for the elebra-
ITHE NEW GRANDHENRY these have Morgan with me and can
Because my love is come to give prompt service ted National Guano Fertilizers .
.
me.Ra1se
BARTLETT., Prop.
206 So. Orange Ave.
me a dais of silk and GEO. A. BARKER

European Plan IS West Pine St., down; 110 West Pine St.
Hang it with ralr and purple
Rooms with Bath Orlando, Fla. dyes;
Carve it in doves and pomegranates DoctorsBiickinasfer
.

TOURISTS ATTENTION! | And eyes peacocks; with a hundred & Brandasc

Work It in and
gold silver
We Serve the Finest\Meals in Orlando grapes.In OSTEOPATHS I

Prepared by our New York Cook J SUSS leaves and silver. fleur-de- Personal instruction under Dr. Still

109 Rooms Bath Steam Heat. $1.00 lysBecause the birthday of my life at Kirksville, Mo.
Is come my love is come to Hours, 9 to 12; 1 to 5; Evenings by I -
--
appointment.
me.
Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water Christina G. RossettL 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS

National Bank. Phone 578. I LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS '
EMPIRE HOTEL .
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DISAPPOINTMENT Effective from August 1, 1914 to August

54 Light HousekeepingRooms: SENTENCE SERMONS.The Comes to those who buy "old garden 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduce .
present Is the living sum seed." Our store is new, our seeds tion during that time:
total of the whole past--Car- are fresh. Don't be disappointed.Come .

ROSSMORE INNWindermere lyle. to us for pure drugs and fresh Touring Car - $555.00

garden seed. City Drug Store, J. L. Runabout 505.00F. wi
Tbe remedy is worse than the
disease.Dry den. Dean. 2-3-2wksc 0. B. Orteafe. AD can frnUy eq.!pp.4.
.
This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric 6 Brtkcr .. will W a.... .. ..fcUl tie MilM ttMfmff
and in From little spark may burst a PHONE 64 sad lie niatsaa. act l. asss.reba.ine
lights running water every room, also rooms single or in suite, with .. Mr fmcUry pivdietteo. .. .
mighty flame.:-Dante. and !. part.e.b If w. ..A as t.-t !
bath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish- AUTO FOR HIRE !...... can brtwecm" Ute .*... .*.*..
ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. God piveth quietness at last- FIRST CLASS REPAIRING- A>d w e reads tit>> rdctiB. ws aane.... pq ..
Whlttier. BARNARD & SON the kmTer". rt.rt frrai I4t .. UI per ass ( .r WmlMrtUni
) t. ..f7 retell MYel' wb. ..n...- a saw
17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla. F.r car wtAapat 1. lilt _* *.* at .. ItIL
THE OSCEOLA Beneath me flows the Rhine 12-10-im F., further fmrOem n reprtBac tW. Uw trice wd..wiWksrinc
and like the stream of time it plan. M.
flows amid the ruins of the past. '
-Longfellow. F. G. RUSH,
STEAM HEAT THROUGHOUT ORLANDO
Phone 226
Magnolia and Robinson Ave, J. W. HURLEY, Manager Kings will be tyrants from 1
policy when subjects are rebels
from principle.-Burke.
PLUMBING CO1
Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round .
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26 WEST PINE STREET 1JUT
TRUE PRAYER. JONES G THE SAME
.bJ ( f G L'a whole Many being a man feels prays himself with thrilled his- PHONE 122

with the divine currents and
going out in Inspiration after
l l the eternal and yet finds words Best Plumbing at Low-
forsake him when he attemptsto
: / put his devotion into speech. est PricesWe My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen

And yet is not this true prayer? months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the
For how can you translate as-
are not in the combine.
tle.piration into speech?-W. D. Lit- SLAUTER'S latest inventions usedon same time it always has.TIME

all first-class TABLE

THE ARCADE HOTELJ.
Plumbing Construction: Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front oi Evans, The Jeweler.

B. MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop. LIFE'S CHECKS.It -----
cannot have escaped the
First Class Restaurant Livery and Autosin notice of any one who has had -For FineWATCH WEST BOUND EAST BOUD
Building in Connections much experience that human Read Down Read Up
life is a system of cunningly CLOCK and
Orlando, Fla. devised checks and counter- JEWELRY REPAIRING I A.M.IA.M. P. M. A.M. P' M. P. 1\1.
checks. This is easily seen in
considering physic things call C. VATER whois Orlando 6:30iIOJ5 3:00 I 9.3 1.30 6.00
IF YOU WANT A LUNCH inch for instance;: as the human on Ocoee 7:30111.15 4:00! 8.3C 12.30 5.00
body. One of these bodies an expert at this trade
has a particular disorder. You Winter Garden 7:4511:30 4.30 ; 8.15 12.15 4.45
worth the money, come to Pope's Quick Lunch Counters. Our could cure it by a certain rem- with many years experience Oakland 8:001--, 4:30'8.oo' --, 4.30

food is not cooked in front of your eyes, where you are annoyed edy if that remedy could be Repair Shop
with the odors and heat, but in our sanitary kitchen. Try a cup continued far enough. But it at Youngs
cannot as it would produce another Opp. Post Office; Pine Street Subscribe For The Sentinel
of our Rowland Special Coffee, French Dripped. The price is disorder. The same law Daily

only 5c. a cup. We offer you the best of service. holds good throughout life; and
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Pope & Co.'s Quick Lunch CountersChurch movement of in the many power directions of free " N"

Street. Open from 5 a.m. to midnight there is in reality a check to i t
movement In every one.-Sir I !
Arthur Helps.SWEETEST. I Polly the Seminary Beauty




ORLANDO ROOFINGAND BLOWS.FLOWER THAT A COLLEGE MUSICAL COMEDYTO

The sweetest flow'r that blowsI
give you as we part. BE PRESENTED BY
SHEET METAL For you it is a rube.
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: For me it is my heart MISS J. PEARLE ROGERSWITH
For you it is a arose
For me it is my heart
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos --
The fragrance It exhales.Ah .

and Rubber RoofingsCornices Which! If but you in only dying knew.falls; A Local Company of Forty Ladies and Gentlemen

It is my love for you.
Skylights. Healing Ventilating, Metal Ceilings

The sweetest flow'r that blowsI BENEFIT CIVIC LEAGUE

Works: 14 E. ChurchSt.: ORLANDO give you as we part.

For For you me it it is is a my rose.heart I The Lucerne Tuesday Evening Feb. 16th. jj

For you it ia ro"*>e. ,
For me it is my heart
-Charles B. lIa wley. Seats on sale and reserved Monday Feb. 15th, 9 a. m., Estes Drug Store


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VAST AUDIENCE IX GRANDSTAND only repeating what God had said atI AFTER TilE FAIR IS TIlE GAS- -

HEARS DR. SHAW I creation morn, 'It is not well for man It is established/ that bats will exterminate PARILLA I
The lot advertised for $1200, oiux'luitOl'S. But who wants i
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wit a reduction of $400.00, if (Continued from page 2)) | The be alone.climax" of her eloquent address I bat or two in a llroom? ,| A rate of $3.00 for the round trip F ForSale r ;

it seems to be a race between the Ij j Thino has been made over the Atlantic Coast
buyer would build was boughtby I was reachecd when she. answered the I' r.try now fares the gloomy
North and the South which would get 1 query, "If woman is given the ballot, prospe*-t of harins to buy new school Line, good until February 26th, for

Mr. Samuel Brice of New there first, and while she was a !will she go to war?" A picture so geographies and histories.I I all who desire to take in Gasparilla l Ar

Northern woman, she thought the i!beautiful and so touching was here I I With (, week and have a general good time
the
York. We have decided to of- man milliners of Paris off in the "Queen City of Florida."
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South was making so much better 1 given of motherhood and sonship that I to the war. American women will haveto
fer another one. progress on this subject, that if she doubtless every father present saw I' invent their nu modes. W -.> Orange grove; has bee 4

were not a minister she would bet on ['the enobling influence of woman, her I WANTED-Aat once, competent wo- set out a year; select budded tree,
I The war will increase the cost of man for family of two; must be
the South. love and her sacrifice, and was willing
Corner lot well located. Side : I[ 'living: nlxo. to fudge from the honest, reliable and know how to orange and grapefruit; there are
war
': So many and so apt were her illustrations to admit that in the giving of her son cook. Soft snap for somebody who
estimates the
walks, water, lights, gas. North- I and arguments in favor ofI I for whom she had approached death's I cost of dying. has energy. Must have at least one 111-2 acres in the grove; located on

I the proposition that but a few of I:door, in order that he might have Everything In this world Is relative. o'clock reference.at 413 Call W between s tstreet.11 and 2-12-tf 12 I Lake Jem Mary, between Lake Conk
east. $1000.00. Will take $600 : them can be touched upon in an attempt birth, and whom she had kissed lov- Lots of people have forgotten all about
I I way and Lake Jennie Jewel, 3-4 of
at reporting the address. ingly into the full stature of manhood I I Mexico and the baseball revolt. 1
if buyer will build within one LOST- 7 Buick automobile tire, on
I The objections were taken up in and in whom centered her pride the rim, between Orlando and Winter mile from Pine Castle road, soon fo
year. the chronological order in which theyare and admiration-this son in whom so I The modern army bullet according to Garden. Reward. Notify J. L.Dillard be bricked; new up to date seven room
presented by the opponents of much centers is torn away from herat military; surgeons. Is almost harmless. Winter Garden. 2-12-lt
I equal suffrage, and while she handled the call of his country, and in one Sounds like a recruiting office yarn. house; good large barn and other

I these objections in a manner that was hour the cruelties of war will snatch i; Children whose backwardness can be FOR SALE-Buick touring car, fully buildings. This proposition is fort
equipped speedometer, Presto tank
amusing and made them appear absurd away from her this pride of her heart detected only through elaborate eye ; ,
etc. A bargain. Act quick. Call at quick sale on easy terms. Inquire of
I yet she did it in such a fair and for whom she had suffered and prayed and ear tests are not very defective. Ford Garage, Church street. 2-12-tf
CARL DANK !clean manner that her hearers, regardless during the budding years of auseful I J. Magruder, Jr., office in Arcade;
!I of their beliefs life. The man's sufferingswere 1 Scientists are on the lookout for new .A
personal on young Hut WANTED-White waitress, by the or see the owner, 't
perms. we have I
': the subject were heard to expressI nded by the very cruelties of seem to moreerms Osceola hotel, at once. 2-12-1
already than we know what to
. i I, themselves with perfect approval and war, while the mother, or wife wouldgo do: with. G. M. BISSELLL
REAL ESTATE missions of the logic of her argu- on through life suffering and car- The greatest fair ever held in South ,

I ments. i rying this greatest of burdens. The peace prize this year ought to po Florida is now in full swing. If you at grove 1- 8-1m.
The arguments of the opponents of 1 Then she presented a most forceful to the man who can put a cover on the have not taken it in, better go out A

equal suffrage, she said, were like argument against war, and urged that prefitrDt rumpus in Europe-if there is today.
COMPANY I Kilkenny cats; they killed themselves. the influence of woman in politics such a man. -

I I First, they urge that women do not would be helpful in settling national
One good reason why landIs
t I vote when given the chance; then and international disputes in suitable Argentine A

!I they assert that if woman were given tribunals where the sword of reason they experiencing plant crops a steady and not boom citizens is that In Findlef's' Pioneer Paint &Wall PaperStore

i the ballot she would neglect her home would be more powerful than the cold that section.

I duties by mixing in politics and going steel, drawn by brother against A

Cheese! Cheese!! I to the polls. They would vote just as brother. The picture was so patheticand There are three pie seasons-viz, theberry Has alp;ays on hand a large and well selected

their husbands vote, anyway, and the so true that many handkerchiefswent season green apple time and stock of Wall Papers High Grade Varnishes Paints A
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pumpkin days not to mention the ,
the drive the year
to to
This
net result would be the same. yes away
around lemon. Brushes, Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies.
objection is followed with the one so tears. 1
that the home would be The crowd of the
oft heard, demoralized largest season
Professor Muensterberg says women CONTRACTORS FOR PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING
New York and oft times broken up by was in the grand stand, and the man- think quicker than men. In these days r
Full Cream Cheese. the disputes that would arise over ner in which men and women swodedto of tight skirts and autos it's a good I ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU.FINDLEY'S .
White Mild Cheese. politics. Thus, illustration and argu- the front and listened with bated thlag they do.

Yellow Strong Cheese. ment after argument she used to breath to every word of the speaker, PIONEER
show that the arguments against were showed what a firm hold she had upon An act of congress allows Yosemite
valley to have: a bit hotel If
Pimento Cheese. illogical and each negatived the other. their hearts and indicated the impres- congress
acts mnny more times we won't have PHONE 67 Corner Pine and Court
Pineapple Cheese. As to robbing: the home of its purity sion she was making as she held their any natural scenery left

McLaren's Imperial Cheese. and sweetness by allowing womento undivided attention for one fu11 hour.

McLaren's Bu-lac-tic Cheese. I bedribble their skirts with the filth The favorable comment made by The United States has In actual gold
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Welsh Rarebit Cheese. if given a chance, woman would I prone men are to do right and deal nations to;:otlier. That illustrates the t
McLaren's Roquefort Cheese j again herself man's with all when the is WL..1oUl of not going to war. I
: prove helpmeet fairly question
Try one of our new Star'MopsI: i jby coming his side and helping to I I fairly and squarely presented to From the' talk of baseball! magnates I I II Have Your Sewer Connections I
that I
I clean up the filth of politics .so them. It Is gathered that the main fault with
he might go to the polls without even The chivalry of man as we find him organized (..._haJJ is that all the teams
I soiling: his shoes. Man, she said, had in the Southland was beautifully can't win all the Pennants all the time. I :
IR.U11. In. A
CARUTHERS & GORE I accomplished many reforms in politics couched upon by the doctor in answerto : :

< for which they should be praised, the users of that argument, in such Speaking: of our wheat the German

(but there were many questions, suchas manner as that it must have appealed soldiers nearly: threw down their guns Price, under brick or where cut exceeds 6 feet, I

New Modern[ G public health, sanitation, milk inspection I to the pride of every Southern man ago when tried the to commissaries IsMie wheat twenty bread instead years 20 cents per foot; cut less than 6 feet, 15 cents per \ \
Grocery and education, that women and set him to thinking along lines of .
rye.In foot. Card to P. O Box No. 16 will bring our man !.!
[could be of real assistance to men. of a higher chivalry for woman.It .

Phone 200 j I i Men, she said, know a lot, but they do is not an exaggeration to say modern warfare action generally to see you. i AE'
I I: not know it all; women know a lot, that no event of the fair will prove comes quick. Troops can get to the

but do not know it all. Together more profitable and will be remem- front in a hurry and Dreadnoughts;: are I>. Harvey C: Co. i itiiiiiiiittiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii.M
know all that is known and in driven at high; speed. There Is no such
6 and 8 East Pine St. they bered more agreeably than this splenid thing as delay.
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DAILY I "Our vention. The architects are inaugu- I - ---------
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Lake Eola
South Florida Sentinel rating some progressive movements
which will elevate the standard of
MORNING AND WEEKLY our comment about the construction in this I Residence
W. M. GLENN .....................Editor state, encouragethe For
W. C. ESSINGTON ......Bmnm Manager Eyetalian monk in yest. Sentinel we making of improvements, and .
---- -- get th' following from our Bro. Jno. benefit the general public."
Entered at the poetoffire at Orlando. FlorIda I SaleAT
.. Second CU a Mail Matter. F. Schumann, who says: This is Mr. Woodall's first visit to .
"My good friend the editor in "Our Orlando and he says that he is delighted -
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
Daily. 1 Year ........................ $5.00 Village" column, criticises the S. P. with the city."I A GREAT BARGAIN SaturdayIs
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2-60 C. A. for allowing the man and the have heard much
Daily. S Month ...................... 1.25 so of Orlando,
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .60 monkey on the streets. I agree with its beautiful homes, pretty streets, Location corner East Washington -

i Weekly. 1 Year ................... 11.00 the sentiments of "ye ed" but wishto and busy, up to date business section and East Street, facing the last day of the Lily White Sale, and we intend -
\ ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN arise in defense of the society and that I expected to find a fine city, but north. There is a beautiful view it to be a day of special interest-price interest -

ADVANCETO place the responsibility where it be the reality surpasses the anticipation of the Lake. Lot is 75x150 -Everything in WHITE GOODS. Piece t

ADVERTISERS: longs. ," he said. "It is one of the most feet. House is constructed of goods by the yard, or the manufactured article

c.py for duplay and all other handeeladvertising "The man who leads this cheap and beautiful and altogether attractive log and shingles, and contains substantially teduced, and please remember, the
...t be hand in at the business rather dirty amusement about the cities I have eight large rooms beautifully reductions made
office of tbo Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. ever seen. And it sure- are on all New White Goods intended -
the day before publication. This hl applies streets is licensed to do so by the ly looks like all roads lead to Orlando finished. This property belongsto for the coming season's trade. Are you

to Invariable changes and for will contract be strictly advertising adhered: to.Subscribers it. U city and we are powerless. this week, judging by the lively Col. W. P. Walton, former needing any of these?

---- "Personally, I do not believe thata streets and the really cosmopolitan owner of the Reporter Star, who

should notify desirinr the TIle office Sentinel in writing 1 dil..nttnued on- city-our city, is hard enough up I character of the crowds." occupied it about six months.

the date of expiration otherwise it will be for revenue to license any such I Business interests compel the
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continued at the regular subscription rates. LINENS
until notice to stop is received. amusements, and if we were so sorelyin !1 REPUBLICANS AFRAID Colonel to live in Kentucky, and
Telephone I Numb r ...................... 24 need of it would be TO TAKE he has
money more ISSUE WITH DEMOCRATS instructed us to sell the and NAPKINSBy

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 191;). dignified and more agreeable to the I property at a great bargain.FOR .

citizens for some clean man to pass i Washington; Feb. .-Republicans I SALE EXCLUSIVELY BY buying direct from the manufacturers we *

The Daily :Morning Sentinel cele- i the hat and get what we need insteadof i I today were afraid to take issue with eliminate the jobber and the jobber's profit so
I having the dago and the monkeydo the Democrats in the senate on the our prices are away below the ordinary retailers.
brates its third birthday this morning Atha A housekeeper thinks a lot of her linen, so do Iwe
The Weekly Sentinel was estab- it. j motion to recommit the ship purchase Cooper of ours. Are you interested in these reduc-
"I sincerely hope that our city com- I bill with instructions lest that motion tions?
lished in 1885 and is 30 years old this STABLE .
year. missioners and mayor will make it might prevail. 114 South Orange Ave. Ground Floor DAMASK, 54 to 72 inches.

impossible for licenses to issue to j Fearing such aresult, hte filibuster Phone No. 311 _
o Regular Soc., Lily White Sale _________27c
such amusements."J. continued in a mild form until six Regular 40c.. Lily White Sale ___-_____--32c
It be Lemon the
may day at fair F. Schumann, Pres. S. P. C. A." o'clock when an adjournment was --- --------- i Regular 50c. Lily White Sale _______- cALL
but Orange will never hand Seminoleone.
I -After the firewks, at the F. Gs. taken until noon tomorrow. 4 PURE LINEN DAMASK, 72 inches wide-

I last night Louis Dolive said it wld be f Four different propositions looking VENEER CORES Regular 30c., Lily White Sale _____--_40c A i
D I great sight ot see a fireworks factory to the adoption of the cloture rule Regular 75c.; Lily White Sale _-___-__63c
An optimist is a man who makes i Regular S:.e.. Lily White Sale ___ ____G9c
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lemonade out of all the lemons hand- burn. Louis is a witty feller! i i will i come before the senate tomor, $1.25 Regular $1.00, Lily White Sale ________89c

ed him. row. Regular $1.50, Lily White Sale ________$1.23
ARCHITECTS IN FAVOR OF Senator O'Gorman moved a recess Per Strand Up I Regular $:!.OO. Lily White Sale -_______$1.63
o Regular $2.50 White Sale
NEW COURSE I "n order to prevent a new legislative Lily u$1.98PUnE
Don't dress by the calendar, saysa J I day but the senate adjourned and FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND:: I LINEN XAPKIXSu_____ ____ a
health authority. That is good ad- (Continued nom page 1) OAK WOOD
these various propositions to estab- Regular $1.25. Lily White Sale ______98c
vice, and would also suggest not to I Regular: $1.50, Lily White Sale ____--__$1.23
dress by the window when the blindis i, Here Is Opinion of Orlando and Florida lish the cloture rule will be properly Orlando Wood YardB. Regular $2.00 Lily White Sale _----_$1.63
by One of the Visitors before the senate for discussion to- Regular $2.50 Lily White Sale ______$1.98
up. I W. Kingsley, Proprietor Regular $3.00, Lily White Sale ___ _$2.48
o "Florida is better known, better ad- morrow. I II PINE STREET AND R. R. White --
I The filibuster will Regular $10.00, Lily Sale$7.98
They have taken the health exhibitto vertised and better appreciated by the I continue upon Telephone 344
them if no effort is made to take up I 9-30 I
than before
Tampa. Didn't have any use for American people ever II
of the I
it here. said W. C. Woodall, of Columbus, Ga., I any appropriation bills. -
j Nainsooks Long-
o vho came to Orlando yesterday to report -I---------- ---- -- - ,

The man without an automobile in the convention of the Florida !I1 1- cloths and BleachingA

Orlando is almost' by his "lone-some." Association of Architects for the Industrial -

o Index, of which he is one of choice range from Domestic and English

Please bear in mind that every sam- the owners. looms, in all weights, and for all purposes. We
"Florida is certainly promi- draw particular attention to a new range with
ple copy is an urgent invitation to very
the new velor finish.
subscribe. nent in the public eye just now," he
36 INCH LONGCLOTH, in pieces of 12 yards-
o continued. "Practically every sectionof Regular ISc., Lily White Sale ______12c
Orange county will have the most the state is making wonderful Regularise., Lily White Sale __________14c
and the Florida is Regular 20c., Lily White Sale ________16c
magnificent vegetable crop ever progress, name Regular 25c.. Lily White Sale ___-_____16c
grown. everywhere regarded as a synonymfor Regular 25c., Lily White Sale ________20c
enterprise and development. The Lake Eola and Eola Park Regular 35c. Lily White Sale __________29c
CIIIFFIN 44 inches-
BATISTE
Pass the entire southeastern section is now developing -
street merchant up and Regular 20c., Lily White Sale __________16c
buy your goods from the home mer- rapidly and Florida's contribution Regular 25c., Lily White Sale ________20c
chant. to this record is particularly Regular 35c., Lily White Sale ____-_____29c
a notable. 1 Regular 5*.. Lily White Sale _________40c
"As a matter of fact, 22 per cent. Regular 65c., Lily White Sale _________53c
Welcome, Sanford! Welcome, Sem- Regular 75c. Lily White Sale _______63c
of the railroad construction in the _____
inole 85c. Lily White Sale 73c
county-ites! Regular ,
The time is ripe for investment in this
now
sixteen Southern and Southwestern an par- 36 INCH NANSOOK, Velor Finish-

o States during the past year was in Regular 25o, Lily White Sale ________20c
DOWN AND OUT- the state of Florida. There was more ticular section of the city. Property well bought will be Regular :35c., Lily White Sale _________29c
Misfortune punched in the neck, Regular SOc., Lily White Sale ________40c
you public improvement work in Florida Regular 75c., Lily White Sale ________63c
knocked you down and tramped you last year than in any other Southern absolutely certain of producing a profit. I have two or 36-INCH BLEACIIING-
under; will you survey the gloomy state. This season's citrus fruit crop Regular 10c., Lily White Sale _______8c
wreck, and stand around and weep I Regular 12c.. Lily White Sale ______lOc '
wonder? Your in Florida is estimated at 8,425,000 three offerings which I can recommend as sure MONEY- Regular 15c, Lily White Sale ______12c
hold upon success has boxes, and breaks all records. As for Regular 20c., Lily White Sale __________16c
slipped, and still you ought to bob up the tourist 'crop this year, that Regular 25c.. Lily White Sale __________21c
grinning; for when a man admits he's for itself. Coming down on MAKERS. .... ..... 36-INCH LONSDALE CAMBRICK
speaks
whipped, he throws his chanceof Regular 12c. Lily' White Sale _______lie
away
the train today from Jacksonville I ISc. Lily White Sale _______12c
Regular ,
winning. I like to think of John noticed that the majority of the pas- Call and let me show them to you. Regular 20c., Lily White Sale _______-__16c

Paul Jones, whose ship was split from sengers were Northern people--and, Regular 25c., Lily White Sale _________21c
truck to fender; the British asked, the Orlando the
by way, was objective -
in haughty tones, if he was ready to point for a large percentage of

surrender. The Yankee mariner replied the crowd. Thes visitors were all Handkerchief and

"Our ship is sinking at this eyes and all ears-eager to see for t

writing, but don't begin to put on side themselves the country of which they Dress LinensFrom

-for we have just begun our fight- had heard so much, and I was impressed -
ing!" There is a motto luckless lad, S. Y. WAY
as never before with the fact the sheerest of Gauze handkerchief linen

that you should paste inside your that it means much, very much, for identified so often with beautiful hand embroidery -
bonnet; when this old world seems have intelli- to the heavy coarse hand loom canvas
state to so
any many
that's Examine the goods,
stern and sad, with nothing but some gent, observant and often wealthy Insurance and Real Estate Agent the weave low, prices our will range.speak for themselves.

Jonahs on it, don't murmur in a futile people from a distance to come and HANDKERCHIEF AND SHEER LINENS, 36
way about misfortune, bleak and visit it and study its conditions and inches-

biting, but gird your well known loins advantages for themselves. A great PHONE 172 Regular 5*., Lily' White Sale __-_____40c
and say, "Great Scott! I've just be- of.these visitors from the Regular 75c.. Lily White Sale ________63c
many Regular $1.00, Lily Whie Sale ____-_-_89c
gun my fighting! The man who North and West are making substan- Regular $1.25, Lily White Sale ________98c
won't admit he's licked is bound to tial investments in Florida. Regular $1.50, Lily White Sale ________$1.28
win a triumph shining, and all the "The convention of the Florida DRESS AND COSTUME LINENS 36 to 54
lemons will be picked by weak-kneed inches--
architects is proving very interest- Regular 35c., Lily White Sale _________29c
fellows, fond of whining.-Walt Ma- ing," continued Mr. WoodalL "Flor- Regular 50c., Lily White Sale ___-____40c

son. ida possesses exceptionally bright Regular 65c. Lily White Sale ________53c
p architectural talent and the Regular 75c., Lily White Sale __--____63c
profes- :
I Regular $1.00, Lily White Sale _-______89c
MONSTER CROWDS AT FAIRGROUNDS sion is well represented at this con- Regular $1.25, Lily White Sale _--____98c I
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ducts have been used by the South The ofTHORNTON SPECIAL NOTICE!

Florida Foundry to form an interest- Proprietors f

ing exhibit. The Expert Corsetierre from the Frolaset

Oscar Hand & Son are showing a PARK (front lace) Corset Company will be with us for
new style of coal oil stove, the sam- 9 three days.

ple in their exhibit being the only She will be pleased to demonstrate her know-
one of the kind in Florida.F. .
ledge, and will personally fit any who are desirousof
D. Gore has an attractive display -
of flower pots made in different Cordially invites you to inspect their property. They securing not only the acme of syle and con-

sizes and colors.S. tour, but sublime comfort in fit.

D. Lindsey & Son are showing a promise not to trouble you with numerous interviewsor

concrete invention block of the making elder machine Mr. Lindsey., the I press you to buy. Just let them show you these

"With this machine says :Mr. Lind- beautiful near-in lots and Shade trees
sey, "it is possible to make sixty concrete quote prices. ,

'4 the old blocks style in of an manufacture hour, whereas it would, by fruit trees, sidewalks, electric lights. DICKSON YES CO/

require a day to produce the same
number." Inquire at 905 E. Central Avenue, on the prem-

An interesting exhibit of hand
ises ask dealer.TAYLOR
made harness has been entered by or your .

F. L. Langenbach, the Pine street .DEPARTMENT STORE.

harness maker. ...
One of our enterprising plumbers
:Mr. F. Joseph Raehn, has a nicely ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE .

curtained both, in which, after shut- The Store of true service, of never-failing courtesy

ting off the light from without, the & THORNTON of fair dealing, of trust-worthy merchandise
at right prices
visitor is given a demonstration of ,

the possibilities of a new acetylene ORLANDO FLORIDA
lighting system which it is believed

i will revolutionize the methods of Proprietors

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I I and those who did not care to of Mystery." Eleventh episode.
Friday And a good comedy.
Nullos Club; Mrs. C. B. Robinson i dance played bridge. Mrs. W. M. Don't miss this .great serial pic-
hostess. White, of East Orange, N. J., a for- DANIEL FROHMAN presents ture. U
Dance at Rossmore Inn. mer first vice-president of the club,
Seminole County Day at the Fair. I I i0 I
Saturday was one of the visiting guests. About FLORENCE REED IS BUILDING A HANDSOME BUNGALOW I. ,
Belgian relief card party, Rosalind seventy-five were in attendance. .I'4'. "

Club. I Most enjoyable refreshments were in the famous emotional drama, 0
Saturday Auction Bridge Club; YOUR JEWELRY CASE
served. Mrs. Beeman chairman Mrs.
,
Mrs. S. H. Alleman, hostess. Contractor D. J. Dykes, with a
- I Goodrich, Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. Woodruff, force of skilled is for of the 11
"THE DANCING GIRL"A mechanics now at is just yearning some trinkets we are now showing.
The address by Dr. Anna Howard i and Mrs. Fuller were the committee work on the pretty bungalow which You'll yearn too when you see the pretty rings lockets, brooches,
fair I of this pleasant party. ll scarf pins, cuff buttons: etc. They are just as dainty. can be;
Shaw at the midwinter Thursday 'r .">_,, _ Mr. W. M. Steward of New York, is
just the things that nice people are wearing. Come in and look at
morning was a notable event, espe- I - ;& having erected on Lake Adair. When them. The prices are by no means alarming.
cially for the members of the Equal EntertainedMr. ) ompleted it will be second to none in
Suffrage Association of the state and Fayette Fleek, at his home;.118 -:... ,. 1>' I.tf f't'I :::- point of comfort and architecture. It ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.

of the local chapter. It was a distinctive -i West Central avenue entertained on ". .'',. <,, ..- will be steam heated and everythingn ,
honor to have the presidentof I Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. George W. 'Y connection with it thoroughly mod- E Ib! EllWE ]
the National Equal Suffrage Association -i I Apleby, of Jamestown, N. Y., and Mr : '-' ;. j' ern. : i I L ._____-OJl._.___ :
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speak in Orlando. But then and Mrs.!! John Thimblebee of I ort-

Orlando Equal Suffrage League is the land N. Y., at a four course luncheon COULD EXPLAIN

most important one in the state, hav- consisting of sugar cane, tangerines,
ing among its members the state I I i oranges, and grapefruit.Jacksonville f to you the difference between
Lucerne variuos grades of paints. But
president. Miss Safford; state treas- -o- c.-1
urer, Mrs. Schnarr; a vice-president I). A. R. Meeting a __.;:: the surest way to convince yourself -
Mrs. O'Neal; and corresponding sec- I Jacksonville, Feb. 11. The Jacksonville of that difference is to try

retary, :Mrs. Kollock. These with I chapter, D. A. R., held its TO-DAY aov E our paint the next time and note
Mrs. Fred Stanley the president of I February meeting Wednesday after how much smoother they are
the local chapter, occupied the plat- noon, the chapter members and several and how much longer they la

form with Dr. Shaw at the grand I visitors being most charmingly M than others. You'll profit by

stand this morning. The boxes were I entertained by Mrs. J. E. Harkishei- "THE DEADLY SPARK"A the experiment.
at her beautiful home in River- Ql WHITE
filled with of mer I
prominent women
many K. B. Special Feature LEAD Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
com-
Orlando, and also men who are sup-I side.Visitors
porters of the equal suffrage cause attending the meeting ineluded plete in two parts. i 205 S. Orange Avenue

a large crowd assembled in the grand : splendid Paramount Picturein Phone 261
Mrs. L. C. Menager, of the Chep- COLEMAN & RHAN
stand and heard a wonderful address I
Five Reels Motion Pictures.Mr. .
which is given in detail in another tonic Chapter, Glens Falls, N. Y. i "A DARK LOVER'S PLAY"A -

column of this issue.Distinguished. Mrs. Schloenbach of the George ,

--0- VisitorsMr. Coburn Mrs. Locke chapter, of of the Freemont Old South, O.chap-' Keystone sed"Comedy. "NufT Y IIANIIVANIINPOST: [ \I [ CARDSAll

,ter Boston. Fritz Houer will in
appear
: A. P. Spencer, of Gainesville
Miss Anderson and the Misses
district demonstration agent of South I his splendid solo work.
Wells of Maine. WILLIAM HENRY JONES'
Florida was in Orlando taking in the

midwinter highly pleased fair Thursday with the, and exhibits.was I chapter Mrs. ,J.of M.Florida.Cheney, of the Orlando COURTSHIP." kinds and prices to suit all

Rolfe of the Mrs. Schloenbach extended greet- A Vitagraph Comedy. one clever
Prof. P. H. experiment Get
station at Gainesville, also took in ings from her chapter to the local HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA" picture tastes and pocket books. yours
and told little of interest .
the fair, and :Mr. E. W. Burger, state chapter, a *
nursery inspector, was interested in regarding the D. A. R. work in Ohio. while the assortment is good. J
Mrs. Burrowes, regent, will repre- )
the fine fruit exhibits.Dr. A SPLENDID PROGRAM l
Geo. Babb, of the U. S. depart- sent hte chapter at the Continental 10 cents 20 cents BRANCH
Congress to be held in Washingtonthe W. S. ,
ment of agriculture, made two dem-
week of April 19, and Mrs.Frank-
onstrations of the cholera serum for lyn G. Russell was elected a dele- First Floor ________5c. and lOc. The Arcade Book and Music Store *
hogs, and was very interested in the WILL CRUISE IN SOUTHERN __ *
live stock. gate.Among WATERSMr. White Balcony ____5c. and lOc. a B
the alternates elected were:
--v-- Mrs. Duncan U. Fletcher, Miss Annie Colored Balcony ____5c. and lOc Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Result
An auto party composed of Mrs.I C. R. Carter will leave today
Bessie Baldwin Mrs. J.
Miss ,
Locke,
Burch and Mrs. Horton, of North Dakota
for Tampa, where he will spend a dayor
Merrill Mrs. W. B. Clarkson, Miss
E. 3
Mrs. Roseboom, of and 4.
Chicago two taking in the sights of Gas-
Louise C. Meigs, Mrs. W. M. Tupper,
Mrs. Dutton, all wintering at Winter parilla. Monday he will be joined by
Mrs. J. C. Read, Mrs. George H. Rich-
Park, motored down for the day at Mr. Chas. McQuaid and Gen. T. P. R. O'NEAL 1
ards and Miss Rorabeck. FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM
the fair on Thursday. Lampkin, of this city, and a coupleof

- friends in Tampa and they will oj
of Evanston DEATH OF ESTIMABLE LADY embark in Mr. Carter's
Mrs. Musa Woodward, pleasure Established 1886
Ill., arrived yesterday to be the guestof ;yacht for ac ruise in southern waters.
her cousin, :Mrs. W. W. Wright, Mrs. Kate Sawyer, of Rutherford, I A Sentinel representative was invitedto i

for several weeks, at "Memphis New Jersey, who has been coming to accompany them, but the daily

Place" on Rock lake. Orlando for several winters, passed grind compelled us to reluctantly de- . CURTIS & O'NEAL
- cline.
away yesterday afternoon at the resi-

llooneyllcCormickMr. dence of her friend, Mrs. John F. 1!
: John H. Mooney, of Orlando, ORLANDO POLO CLUB WINS 3-2
504 West Amelia Her
Frost, avenue. :
INSURANCE LOANS
and Miss Mary T. McCormick, of i
remains will be taken to her late
Winchester, Ky., were united in the The polo game played yesterday at
holy bonds of matrimony last evening home today for interment. the fair grounds in front of the grand RENTALS
REAL ESTATE
at the pastorium, by Rev. E. T. stand was between the Country Club

Poulson, pastor of the Baptist church. RICHARD YOWELL SICK and the Orlando Polo Club, and was .
Only the relatives and a few of the won by the latter, 3 to 2. It was an jJ

friends of the happy couple witnessedthe Mr. N. P. Yowell left last night on exciting contest.

ceremony. the 12:30 train for College Park, Ga.,
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Mr. and Mrs. Mooney left last night in response to a message announcingthe Dinner dance at Rossmore Inn on

for a trip to Tampa and other pointsof illnes of his son, Richard who is Friday night. 2-12-ltc FOR :REN Bungalo 5Rooms! Furnished, South Main ;
interest in the southern part of a student at the Georgia Military
the state. The Sentinel joins their Academy. Street. I
Take a slant at the want ads.OSTEOPATHY.
many friends in extending congratulations -

and best wishes for a life full REASON FOR MIX-UP AT RACE South Orlando. ;
of joy and best wishes. YESTERDAYThe Seven Room House,

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Rosalind Club white jockey who jumped on DR. J. C. HOWELL Two NewJFive RoomHouses, South West Orlando.
"Gentlemen's evening" at the Ros- the black jockey in yesterday after- Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
alind Club was most delightful Thurs- noon's race did so, he said, becausethe Kirksville Graduate
day night. Mr. Carl B. Robinson and negro had called him a vulgar Consultation Free
Mr. Mather Smith and Mr. J. M. Che- name twice. It was not because the Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan -

ney and Mr. Ben Buxton chose sides white jockey was beaten in the race Office HoteL Phone 716; Residence 1018 = 1
for the old fashioned game of cha- by the black. Orlando, Fla. 11111111111111111111.

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30 x 3 ___________$9.00 37 x 5 __________$3250

30 x 3V ________$11.60 36 x 4l/ ________$27.35
Not merely few refinements, but the highest form of refinement 32x3 _______13.35
34 x 4V& ________$26.00 '
9 33 x 4 __________$19.05 =
at every point even to minor details. Full Floating 34 x 4 __________$20.50 36 x 4 __________$20.50 :t

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


Speedometer driven from Transmission We Have a Service Station. All


Price $860.00 fob Orlando.PHILLIPS.

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I FOR SALE-Beautiful] home site,
overlooking Colonial Park, 165x135, J.-.1um bei-., Ia..tl1. and: Sl1.il1.gles
SENTINEL I 3 lots ready to build on. Will sacri
I fice at $650 cash. Address owner,
Box 733 city. 2-11-3t* 4If

WANTSThe FOR SALE--Would you like to havea
nice winter home in Orlando,
where you could raise your own vegetables -
I and strawberries, keep chick-
ens, and have orange, grapefruit and
Morning Sentinel Want tangerine trees? Not too far from
Directory is the Greatest Want the center of town; just at the city ORLANDO
Ad Medium in Orlando. limits, on a magnificent street shaded
with all oaks on the road to the
Terms Cash in Advance. Country Club. If so, buy this gem.
It has five large high ceilinged sun-
RATES ny rooms and bath, newly paintedand
For One Day ___________-_25t<< papered, facing two streets. Cement Plaster and Perfection
For Three Days ____________50c Price only 2000. Circumstances Royal Agatite Lime .
For Six Days _______________75c compel us to sell. Address "Winter
HE HAS ARRIVED. WHO? For One Month ____________Z50 Home," care Sentinel office, Orlando.
This rate applies on all ads of 2-10-tf
Mr. Homeseeker, He says: 25 words or less. If the ad con-
tains more than 25 words the rate IMMMMMIIIIIIllllimiMllillMMII IliillMIMiMiMMIMIIilt*
FOR RENT
"I have now decidedI will be one cent per word for
each additional word for each in-
FOR RENT Furnished for Mid-Winter
light il
Sub-Tropical
I Will BUY IN ORLANDOThis sertion.If you. can't bring your ad to housekeeping, suite of large, pleas-
ant rooms; bath, hot and cold water;
the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
electric lights; private family; closein.
is the most up-to-date counts opened by telephone will be Phone 520. 312 North Main St.
and cleanest city I have payable the following day. 2-7-Ct
OEL..8. DO. FL..8.
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seen. Every Home--Every Business- FOR RENT-Smal: flat, modern conveniences ,
Every Man has use for a
unfurmsLtrJ.
; Jas. A. I
THE PEOPLE ARE MORE PROGRESSIVEIt Sentinel Want Ad. Knox. 11 3-tf
FEB. 9-t3 1915

presents the best general FOR SALE NICE LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, ,
appearance of any place I to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
10-25-tf
have visited." FOR SALE-At a bargain; six room EDUCATIONALEmbracingAgriculture
We specialize in Orlando house, 2 lots, chicken house and WANTED
City Homes, and will be stable; orange and grapefruit treeson
lots. Call at 722 Center street. Horticulture Floriculture Domestic
,
pleased to have you call and WANTED-An orange grove to cultivate -
1-9-6t.
let us show you our real required.and care Can for.furnish A house on Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry,

values in this class of prop- FOR SALE-Rhode Island Red eggs and grove two mules and young man wagon to as- and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports
erty. for setting; fine stock; $1.00 for 13. sist with work. Address W. E. P.,
Mrs. Calder. Phone 708. 2-3-lmoc Box 269.Orlando.. 2-10-Ct AreoplansLectures and Entertainments of all kindsA

ORLANDO. BUILDING & LAND CO FOR SALE-A good city residence, SEE THE HEALTH EXHIBIT at notable feature of the Sub-Tropical :\ -\ Fair will be an exhi-
with all modern conveniences; part the Fair and then have your house bition of Cobb
Angus, short Horn and Herford Bulls) by Messrs. & Denny.of .
cash balance on time. Address"Owner properly screened by Tracy & :Moore,
II North Orange Avenue ," care Sentinel office. experts on screen work. 18 E.Church York, Ala., with Graded Cows and Calves. These anirrals are warranted

PHONE 608 2-7-lmoc street. 2-11-Ct free of ticks and immune to cattle lever. The bulls will) be offered for sale, and

OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL FOR SALE-An elegant parlor or- WHEN YOU COME TO ORLANDOto cattle owners \\ho wish to improve their herds will have an opportunity cl get
gan in good order. Cost $150, see the Fair, come to the O. K. ting some fine stock.
FRED B. DALEC. Price $23.00.; 822 North Orange ave- Billiard and Pool Parlor, South Orange -
H. BRYANT f nue. 2-12-St avenue. Here yeu will find a
welcome as cordial as that extendedby
DAVIS A GILES. Counsel' FOR SALE-Five] passenger touringcar Orlando to every citizen and vis i -For information or premium list, address
F. A. PEPPERCORN Contracto itor. 2-11-21*
in A-l condition; chess for

cash 903; East, or good Central mortgage.avenue. Dr.Phone Taylor 696, IF YOU HAVE a nice property here t \VM. R. O'NEAL, Sec'y H. H. DICKSON( Pres. jj
1-4-tf don't leave it unprotected when :you
go North. I will live on the place. 1111 1111I11111111111111 r 1II111 J 1I111II11111 1I11I11111111 II .'111111111111111111"I
and work it as you direct on shares
FOR SALE-Two lots in Seminole or a salary. Address White Man
$1ooo. Park for $80 each cash. AddressP. Box 178. 2-10-"t I
O. Box 373. 2-3-2wksc ..
Umbrellas recovered and repaired
FOR SALE-Best] cafe in the city, "while you wait," at Young's Repair
doing a good business. Other busi- Shop, 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc
Corner lot on Co- ness requires my entire time. Ad- -- $
dress Box 215. 2-2-tfc I WILL TAKE CARE of your Florida yur JZ J!
property and work it for you
Ipnial Drive, East FOR SALE-Five room cottage, all while you are North, just as you wishto
modern conveniences completely direct. Address White Man, Box
furnished, 307 Broadway avenue. Apply 178. 2-10-St
and Broadway, facing to Mrs. McDade, 312 Broadway
avenue. 1-27-lmo FOUND-A gold scarf pin, in frontof

Park Lake. FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock 'have same Howard's by calling Studio.at Curry's Owner electrical can- KIN LAID allif SNO\VBEN\
and tools best farm in county; variety shop and identifying propertyand
fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- paying for this adv. 1-30-tf
to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock
Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- BUYERS AND SELLERSI

PHONE: 567 er. 1-16-tfc Orlando's Largest and Cheapest
buy, sell rent, and exchange real
FOR SALE Story & Clark upright
estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla.,
grand piano won by Miss Myrtle over 30 years. Have handled over
Weeks in .the recent contest<<: will be $20,000,000. Call and see me. FURNITURE HOUSECor.
sold for benefit of Baptist churchbuilding 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. A
fund. Piano may be seen
SPECIAL TRAIN at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. TRACY & MOORE CARPENTERSHouse -
Weeks, 10 Washington street. repairs of all kinds done
1-13-tfc promptly; repairing of leaky roofs; Main and Pine Sts. (Orlando
-- screen doors and windows a specialty;
FOR SALE-In good condition a sleeping porches, counters shelving,
Hercules stump puller single, double garages office fixtures; window and
TampaFeb. and triple power. Also good dou- door frames made to order. Get our.
ble team wagon. Address Geo. F. prices. 18 East Church street. A
Foster Star Route No. 3, Orlando, postal will bring us. 1-11-lmo
Fla. l-7-6t


13, 15 and 16 F(3R SALE-A splendid driving and Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST I r.
riding horse, 7 years old, sound and
kind. Inquire of "Albert" at Magru-
der's livery stable. l-7-6t
Leave Orlando 7:03 4. M. Recently of New York

Arrive Tampa 10:30 A.M. FOR good SALE paying-One-half business interest in Orlando.in Over Curtis & O'Neals Orange Ave. Eventuallv You Will Use :

and Address."Owner," care Sentinel 24d&wlmOSTEOPATH

276thFOR

SPECIAL Will LEAVE TAMPA 75 acres suitable SALE for citrus culture

and truck farming bordering on a
pretty lake and has one-half mile DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER '
Returning Daily at 6:30: p. m. frontage on the Orlando to Sanford GAS
Office corner Orange Avenue and
this
brick road frontage being adapted ,1'
Excursion Tickets sold daily. for nice home sites; could be sub- Church SU Davis & SteNcil Bldg.,
divided into 40 building plots 60x200 Phone 419.Warman.
Limited to February 26th. feet each leaving about 60 acres for
citrus fruits and truck farming; five
minutes walk to railroad station, will deliver that parcel or .
stores hotel school and churches., note for ten cents; just call 296.
Atlantic Coast Line When you consider location and good 2-5-lmo
transportation facilities with other
advantages the property's real values Get the news first in the Sentinel L- oRCooking

7500. It is owed by a non-resi- --- ----
Standard Railroad of the South dent who needs mftney. He authorizes -
me to sell it for $3,000. Who- Have You Noticed
ever buys this property gets a bar-
gain. For further particulars, call on and HeatingBecause
E. C. Young room 10, McNeill & What is HappeningEast
Davis building corner Church street
: and Orange Orlando.
avenue.
1-31-tfc of Orlando


FOR SALE-On account of poor it is the most convenient most
health the undersigned hereby offers Directly Out ,
DR. L H. RAMSDELL for sale at a bargain his desirable
OPTOMETRIST property located at the corner of cleanly and most efficient fuel known.
West street and Ridgewood avenue. Central Avenue?
(s..c..r to Dr. G. P. LlkL.

ORLANDO FLORIDA This class property neighborhood is ,central and convenientto in a first Why not begin today as a Gas User?]

WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES school business lake and park.
Owner will sell all, or part, cash or' We offer for sale Seminole
AND DO ALL KINDS OF
terms. consists of nice time labor and
Property new You will
Park Lots located save expense.
0TICAI. R>ZPAIRI''O: bungalow fronting on Ridgewoodavenue just at the ,

I I has six rooms and large City limits on easy terms.
veiled basement with flue, suitable for
Established 1870 kitchen or laundry; lot 47x85 feet;
R. E. COCHRAN CO., Inc. house unfurnished. Price $2,100.
132 Park Place. New York Also, nearly new two-story six- Also ZVz miles from the City
room cottage, fronting on West street limits near Lake Underhill, 5 '
Wholesale Dealers and Commission with shed and lot 46x117
greenery; tracts.
acre Standing round
Merchants in Florida Oranges feet; house partly furnished. Price
and Grapefruit $1,950. timber, good soil, surrounded by ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.

Also a beautiful connecting corner groves, and on easy terms.
Represented by lot, 70x85 feet fronting on two
Geo. W. Tull, Orlando, Fla. streets and graded for basement
Liberal advances made on consignments building. Price $1.000. For quick sale owner would dispose of
all of the above, to one party for, ORlANDO REAL ESTATE CO.
R. E. Cochran. President $4,300. E. N. COY. 2-2-lmoc ,
T. L. Turney, Treasurer.
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Ready-to-Wear THE :BIG STORE WAIST


Department - - DEPARTMENT


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

gracefully down to the new wide collars and long sleeves, Flesh
well the which
sties of
as importance canIaize
short skirts: Others in coated sand, putty white and all

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

1 sure of the lowest price at the Big Store



THE NEW SUMMER LACES AND EMBROIDERIES II


WASH FABRICS
Hardly a store in America is showing the large assortment -
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1t p of these beautiful laces and embroideries._ They are here

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

thin and washable. The cloth I of the hour__________75c never before offered at this season of the year.

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MERCERISED BATISTE, 45 inches wide, a soft silky \ .

cloth, very fine sheer -------------_______________35c 1

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 EMBROID
for waists and dresses ________40c I
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ERY, very fine and sheer, with delicate colored

embroidery ------------------- ---- ___65c
SHADOW LACE VOILE, a beautiful collection of pat- ----

terns,very thin and soft for summer, 36 inches wide50c r O
deem 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 ___
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NOVELTY WHITE GOODS, consisting of Voiles, ALL OVER EMBROIDERIES, 45 inches wide, on

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

DEPARTMENT

0 complete with seasonable goods just arriving. Among other

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

0 line SPRAGUE. MADE WASH SUITS and ROMPERS that
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received a full line of Spring Footwear. Everythingthat's Kaynee Shirts and BlousesWe r

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

Slippers, in the new strap effects. are showing a splendid line both in Boys' Shirts and
Blouses in plain white and colors.
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. to style in

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

Onyx" Hosiery ROOf GA THEATRE ARROWSHIRT

TONIGHT

4 Reels at Every Show 4

is always as appropriate to
Joker Comedy
Onyx, the popular the wearer as it is to the
THE HICKTOWN RIVALSa
Hose. We are showing occasion.
complete line in black, Universal Topical Made in every style
tans, white and fancy, ANIMATED WEEKLY white or color fast. '
the best pure thread $1.50 and $2.00
Victor Drama. Two reels. Harry Myers, Rosemary
silk made at $1.00, $1.50
Theby Our Spring and Summer
and $2.00. FATHERS THREE lines of Shirts and Collars are

New New ADMISSION FREE UNTIL 6.30 P. 3!. I complete.Let I .
F0 -Pointer" ADMISSION NIGHTS, Children, 5c.; Adults, lOG us show yoU. 1111"

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:1JHt ,. :Mr. W. W. Bell, of Conoley, was in

_- Orlando yesterday for the first time
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since the demolition of his shingleand
lathe mill, which was caused by
the explosion of one of the large boil-
ers. Mr. Bell was in Tampa at the
time of the accident, but his brother,
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that it was caused by the fireman
MODBRNJWOMAN] hanging a shovel on the safety valve,
| is false. He has ordered another
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boiler and the necessary ma- :
chinery and expects to have the mill
A CHECK BOOK IS A NECESSITY in operation in about two weeks.

Your comfort and prosperity for
"THE SPOILERS" AT THE GRAND '


t "The Spoilers," the magnificentnine \ 191dcpcnds'upon H n5.
reel Selig masterpiece, with John
Farnum playing the principal part,
:' AVOID RISK was shown at the Grand theater last : : yourself and your '
night to a large and very appreciative
I connections.A .
DONT carry a fat pocket-book about with audience.

you for the sake of paying for purchases in
t i Mrs. W. H. Gillett and daughter,
savings or checking bank accountin
cash. 0-. .3.73 Frances Ashwood, are in Orlando
Think of SAFETY FIRST. from Lake Helen visiting Mr. and this institution is a positive step
i Mrs. J. R. Davis at their home, 92 forward.
a Pay by Check with our bank checks, be Lakeview.Mr. .

t safe, have a receipt.
J. L. Caldwell and Start '
and Mrs.
1-; now
(i You can open your check account here with child, of Chattanooga Tenn., are .

) the State Bank any business day. among the visitors to Orlando. Theyare .
I It pleasantly located at the San L

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Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Tison and child,
l of Ocala, and Miss Martha Tison, of ":/:::-::::{J:.: F:< ;
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If l.t t Gainesville, motored to Orlando yes- :
terday and spent the day taking in
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1f f Mr. John A. Smith, former well

f .. .. .' I I I I known now making citizen his of Orange home at county Florence, but 'D ; J 1 iwt IDr j'

Villa, in Polk county, was among the
Mr. and :Mrs. F. M. Stride, of At I
LOCAL AND PERSONALMr. welcome visitors to Orlando yester-
F r lanta, Ga., are among the recent arrivals 1 ..__ ,__ .,
in Orlando. They expect to day. ._ : ;. :' ::::_ ._ .:_. '_ *' 1
J. M. Guynn, of Ocoee, was a remain some time in this section.Mr. .
visitor Mrs. Robert Weaver and Mrs. Lucy
county seat yesterday.Mr. ------
Posie arrived in Orlando yesterday
: and Mrs.: F. M. Neal, of Erie,
Weaverville, N. C.,
A. R. Wrenn returned last Pa., are recruits to the Keystonersthat afternoon from 1_ 1I
Mr. and Mrs. S. E.
and visiting
are
r night from Jacksonville where he has have arrived in Orlando recently.
Ives, Sr., at their home on Gore ave-
been spending several days. They are registered at the San Juan
i hotel for a stay of some length. nue.
Mr. L. Pike and a party of friendsof OFF FOR THE FAIR
Bay Ridge, helped to swell the Mr. Nick Rogero and daughter,
throngs on Orlando's thoroughfares I, Two HandsomeLake Miss Margaret, were among the visit- I
yesterday.Dr. I ors to Orlando yesterday from San-
ford. As they were former residentsof
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J. W. Newman is up fromPunta Front this place they were kept busy I.
Gorda visiting his parents, Mr. greeting friends.
and Mrs. T. M. Newman at their Grove and Home
home on East Anderson street. I

PropertiesOne McElroy's Pharmacyand
t Miss Ernestine Crux left yesterday
afternoon for Tampa, where she will I
visit relatives and friends for the next !,

ten days. I of them is the pret- get your Kodak films. On way back

Alvin Gottschall, of Umatilla, was tiest lake front location in de-
and leave films to be
in yesterday. He is from New York the State of Florida, with stop again your
and has been on the copy desk of the
large acreage and a most
New York World. veloped.
I modern dwelling.The .

Mr. and Mrs.E. W. Moore and son, other has a fine The
Mr. Chas. Moore, of Benton Harbor,,I grove, with modern improvements -
Michigan, who have been visiting and worthy of A1A!# Chocolate Ice
friends in Orlando, left yesterday for
Tampa, where they will spend a week any further improvementsdesired. SAN Have a ctgvi1Cream
and then go over to St. Petersburg.Mr. . SodaConvincing'proof
6'
These are high priced
and Mrs. Robert Patterson, JUANIn
properties, but they are
Mrs. A. A. Pitts and daughter, Miss -
Lizzie, Mrs. Cooper, and Mr. R. E. both big bargains. -
Black, motored to Orlando yesterdayfrom ---- -------- --- ------ ,
Minneola, and spent the day
taking in the sights at the fair.R. f.

S.G.D olive 4 SonREAL the room south of
.J. Cochrane, mason contractor of
Detroit, Mich., is in Orlando this the lobby we have opened a FriendsJ opinions
week for the midwinter fair. :Mr.
ESTATENo. Cigar and News Stand,
Cochrane has been in Jacksonville,
St. Augustine, San Mateo and Palat- 3 WEST PINE STREET that is as complete as
ka, and hearing so much of Orlando,
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stock all the time at all I recommendation of present patrons. 4J. .r. .:

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Painted China, Crumb Trays and many : I are establishing relations

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

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

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

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IONAL SUFFERAGE ASSO- the wider fields of politics. away skyward in this modern ma- him and sharing with him in all of his extended attention to the objections I i STICK TO THE OLD NAMEI

i Promptly at 11 o'clock President chine, indicating that she preferredto efforts and achievements, and that:. urged against equal suffrage. In be- I -
CIATION Dickson called the assembly to order be with him. This, Dr. Shaw said there had been no time since the crea- I I I I'half of the first proposition, she asserted I There is a reason. More than a

and introduced Miss Mary Safford, gave her a text. While woman: was tion of man that he needed the help of i I that the people of the United quarter of a century ago, Jacob Sum-

SPEAKER INTRODUCES DR. SHAW president of the Florida State Suf- asked to travel along just as her woman more than now when so many j[ States claimed o live under a republican merlin, the then "cattle king" of

i frage league, who after a few words grandmother had done, man, whose large questions were pressing for an- ; form of government, but in this South Florida, a native Floridian, anda

of,.greeting introduced several nat- genius and ambition had impelledhim swer. | they were mistaken. A republic, s'he resident of Orlando at that period,
SHE SPOKE FOR ONE HOUR ional representatives, and lastly Mrs. to conquer the earth and the sea Then, with all the logic of a true j said, is defined by all lexicographers, of nearly another quarter of a century

CARRYING THE MESSAGE OF j Fred Stanley, president of the local was reaching out heavenward to con- campaign orator discussing live is- as a government where the people donated to the town of Orlando Lake

SUFFRAGE TO THOUS- organization. These tatter ladies in quer the air. The speaker said that sues the speaker tok up the reasons 1 elect their representatives, and any Eola, together with a belt of land

ANDS AT FAIR I a dignified manner recognized the introduction woman gloried in the strength, and for extending the ballot to women, I j country in which more than half the sixty feet in width, completely circlingthe

and retired to their seats, | ambition of the man, but that she and after presenting these in a convincing I people were disfranchised could in on lake, for a public park. The only

(By John F. Schumann.) I after which Secretary O'Neal intro- :i wanted the privilege of going with and pleacing manner she gave (Continued Page 2 of Section one, consideration named being a proviso

I duced the speaker of the hour Dr. I Column 3.) that the city maintain it as a public

The only event of this Fair of sufficient I Anna Shaw. The rising of Mrs. j park in perpetuity. Thereafter it was
I
importance to stop the musicof I Shaw was the signal for the Chau- Fair Weather Has Contributed I TWO ORLANDO WOMEN ELECTED known as "Summerlin Park, although -
the merry-go-round, was the ad- I tauqua salute and a prolonged ap- for quite a number of years
TO OFFICE AT D. A. R. little nothing was done by the cityto
or
dress of Dr. Anna Shaw yesterday plause.Dr. .
morning at the Association grounds. i 1 Shaw began by saying, that To Make Fair a Successing CONFERENCEThe improve or give it the appearanceof

For that is exactly what happened I she had so long been a minister of I a park. It was rather a public

when the manager of this whirl of i the gospel that she found it necessary following officers were electedat common or cow pasture.
amusement shut off the electric organ I I I to have a text for her public The weather man for Tuesday, the Seminole County Carnival a I recent conference to go into office Since the city has undertaken the
Wednesday, Thursday, and (maybe success. work of systematic improvement and
for one hour that the vast au- addresses, and that she had never been following the Continental Con-
dience that had assembled in the I!able to find a suitable text for her today) has been especially benignant, Advices from the capitol of Sem- gress in Washington in April: beautification we hear it frequently
grand stand might enjoy the addressof kind and generous. lie has showered inole county indicate that "SanfordDay" spoken of as Eola Park. How soon
I suffrage addresses until she had visited State regent, Mrs. M. W. Carruth,
this wonderful woman with a mes- a country fair in Wisconsin several his smile over the fair grounds in or "Seminole County Day" set DeSotd chapter, of Tampa. are we forgotten. During his resi-
a manner encouraging to fair officials dence the south side of the lake
for today will be attended by several on
sage. I years ago where she was billed First vice regent, Mrs. A. T. Bige-
and patrons. To the weather man Summerlin erected, at his own expense -
The staging of this important hundred There will be Mr.
Ito! speak in the interval between the persons. many low, Abigal Bartholomew chapter, of
event was perfect. A balcony plat- horse race and the soaring of the the success of the present Fair may auomobiles in. the line of march to- Daytona.. just on the south margin of

form had been arranged overhangingthe flying machine. Just before the ad- be ascribed. Without fair weatherthe day from Sanford to Orlando, and Second vice regent, Mrs. A. B. the lake, a two-story building, the

race course immediately in front :' dress and prior to the rising of the Fair would have been injured. they are due to reach this city Whitman, Orlando chapter. upper story being open at the sides,

of the judges stand and the center of :i i air machine a lady was made to drive The throngs of people on the about 10 o'clock this morning. Secretary, Miss Ruth Rich, Katherine equipped with seats, tables, etc.,
rrrounds have been consistent and where all who chose could find a
the grandstand. This platform was
around the track with a yoke of oxen Volusia County Day yesterday wasa Livingstone chapter, of Jackson-
adorned with the Orange County fully up to the standard. Orange pleasant resting and gathering place.
i hitched to a cart; she was clad in a success. The exhibits from that ville.
colors, a wealth of roses and lily :i calico gown and calico srnbonnett and County Day was largely attended county are notable contributions to Treasurer, Mrs. W. S. Taylor, Colonel The lower story was divided into
:Many of the stores closed" and hun- for both sexes,while
white flowers, thus presenting an dressing rooms
a big, long gourd in her hand was the Fair's success. There is a wide Arthur Irwin chapter, DeLand.
dreds of clerks and their families led down into the clear water
of
for the
Edenic coming steps
appearance the only wand for directing the oxen. range of exhibits from many commu- Auditor, Miss Kathryn Thorp, Abi-
partook of the Fair. Yesterday, This building was free
of the lake.
In the back ground men
woman. This was to show how our grand- nities in that prosperous county. All gail Bartholomew chapter, Daytona.
were judging harness and saddle mothers did it. The lady with her another Fair day with clear skies of them are extraordinarily fine and Historian, Miss Antoinette SJem- to all. It was subsequently burned
horses with deep interest. Amongthe and gladsome sunshine brought a I -presumably through the careless;
cart and horned propellors had hardIly show the thriftiness of that section. ons, of Orlando chapter.
lady, great many persons to Orlando from of cigar stub. A
numerous mounts was one throwing away a
gotten started on their. journey ( It has been gratifying to the Fair 1-- .
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and one of the most attractive car- Volusia county who participated in Mr. Summerlin and his wife have
I I when the flying machine rose gracefully to the in 1I
management see manner
riages horses was being circled about I with comfortably seated the day set aside for them. I I call the lake Eola if the majority so, passed to the great beyond, and his
a man which Osceola, Seminole, and Volusia
the track with great skill and ease bya j Sanford now comes to the front elect, but the maps of Orlando for children have scattered to other parts. ABut
the of the machine. counties have contributed the
to
directing course
lady's hand as if to portray the today and will seek to reciprocate in success 'I all future time should show in distinct in all justice the memory of the
advent of woman into all the affairs of I'The woman in the cart showed uneasiness kind for the manner in which Or- of the Fair. The cooperation has I relief, SUMMERLIN PARK. man should be perpetuated by the

life and the call for her influence in as she watched the man soar lando cooperated a week ago in mak- been excellent. MAHLON GORE. retention of the old name. Let us
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Winter- Park ItemsWinter f:' kel Messrs.and Jerome F. Shepherd Parker, aldermen.D. T. M. Hen-. -to-this-. and place Mrs.-Wednesday.Mr. -J.---B.- -Mills. of Orlando I I has know completely truly that in"mon his control looketh, we on can the I .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . MMMMMMiREAL . . . . .11 1i I 1!

C. Overstreet, marshal. and
[ two sons, were here Wednesday
Park, Fla., Feb. 10.-Sev- -I outward appearance, but God looketh i
The new officers "rode
the
goat"last afternoon for a short visit with "
eral new buildings in process of erec- Friday night, and everything Mrs. J. G. Tyner. They brought I upon the heart. As these young ESTATE i f
out from
men midst
tion, with a jewelry store added to go our membersof
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| moves along as quietly as before. home their mother, Mrs. :Martha:
convict
a for from whatever
camp !
our business section, makes \VinterPark's | Commodore Ross, U. S. N., is to Mills, who had been spending a fewda's cause, we hope their remembrance of E!
growth a steady and sure one. j give a stereopticon lecture at Knowles with them.Thursday Pine Castle t I.
will
be kindly, and of
The club j -
with
Fortnightly met
(I Hall Friday night, from views takenon Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Spha- some benefit to them.
President and Mrs. Blackman Monday his travels in the Holy Land. The ler, :Mrs. Wm. Roberts, and Mr. and Sabbath j i,
night. The evening was an- proceeds are for the benefit of the Mrs.:: Witt Hansel attended the fair at well school at Union Chapelwas We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.
attended. Rev. H. :M.: In- ,
musicale. Refreshmentswere
nounce served as a to a large company. public The library of the town. Sanford. gham preached at 11 a. m. and Rev. ;i If you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call I
boy is
preacher to Mr.
speak at the and Mrs. Albert Temperly and Henry Slater in the evening. |
The Women's club met at the pub- M. E. church Saturday night, and Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Hurley, all of The road through the peninsula and talk your wishes over with us. I I'I

lic library Monday afternoon for class again Sunday afternoon. Here is an Newton, Mass.; J. B. Blume Barnwell, will be opened to traffic and the trav-
organization and work. 'I opportunity for the Humane Societyto S. C.; Chas. Rowland, of Charleston, eling public on Wednesday. This The manager of this firm has had years of exper-

Rev. Dr. Kerr Boyce Tupper is giving -i protect an overworked creaure W. Va., and Prof. C. II. Baker are i road connects with the road from ience
a series of lectures on different I from parental exploitation. We sin- late registrars at the Lakeview Inn. Conway to Orlando and makes a cycleof dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a

aspects of the Bible at hte Congregational -, cerely hope the sensible editorial in Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Stinespring, of I the three communities. million
Much travel dollars worth of Florida Real Estate
in the
church this week, beginning the Tampa Tribune some time ago LaFayette, Ind., arrived Friday for a will likely pass over this last
Monday night and closing Friday may be read and appreciated by the visit at the home of their brother, Mr.J. fare and business thorOUgh-I two years.

night. Thursday night the subjectwill public. There ought to be a limit to C. Stinespring.Mr. entered into between people of Conway -
be, "The Bible's Spiritual Pur- all forms of child labor, even though Henry Salpeau, of Calhoun, and Pine Castle. Conway is not I We are well posted on the values of all classes and

pose," and on Friday evening, How it be sugar coated by commercializing Tenn., with his family: will Occupy near a railroad and if they can ship I
to Interpret the liible." lie will also parents. the Fuller property on Wilkes avenue I from Pine Castle of their -fruits and j kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all
speak at the Thursday Assembly in Mrs. Mabel Stevens, of St. Peters- for the remainder of the winter. i'
Knowles Hall Rollins Thurs- burg will produce they can give us great help ,: bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real
College, speak at a Frances E. Wil- Miss Bettie Bridges, of Sandford, in securing an agent for the station '!
day afternoon at 2:15, on "An Opti- lard memorial service at the Congre- Tenn. is the guest of Miss Laura at Pine Castle, something we have I 1 Estate Bargains. .
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mistic Survey of Present Conditions." gational church next Sunday night Stinespring. been for :
working for several years. I
.. A cordial invitation is extended to under the auspices of the W. C. T. U. i Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Shackleton It will be the
appreciated by intelligent -;>
every one to attend all of these serI j I It is to be a union service of the Con- I entertained in honor of Mr. Shackle- residents, for we know a country I j

vices. They begin promptly at 7:15 j gregational, Methodist and Baptist I j ton's Sunday school class and the that does not build up will go down t
and close at 8 o'clock. "churches, and a large attendance is \V. C. T. U. "Y's" Saturday evening. very far behind the times, quicker I

The expression department of Rol- I assured. Quite a large number of the young than it is easy to imagine. It is'' WARING REAL ESTATE COMPANYR.
lins presented a play, "Mr. Catter- Some of the local chicken fanciersare people attended and had a splendid beautiful, healthful country through ,
mole's Nephew in Lyman Gymnasium represnted at the poultry show in
time.Mr. here and it ought to have staunch ,, :
Tuesday evening, to the delight Orlando this week and we expect to and lIrs.Valter Tanner (nee promoters. D. WARING, Manager i
of those attending. see some "cups" become permanent Rosa Harris) had a daughter born to f ,

Although the elements conspired to possessions of the exhibitors.Mrs. them Saturday morning, February 6. Warman will deliver that Rooms 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 631U.lt.J
the ardor of music Pearl Ward parcel or j I'
lovers
"dampen"
entertained the Of course interest now settles note for ten cents; just call 296. :
and music producers, yet there was a Junior Society of Christian. Endeavorat i around the fair in Orlando. There 2-5-lmo f I I
good sized audience out to hear the her home last Friday afternoon. will be exhibits from Pine Castle and I''I
Mendelssohn Club of Orlando, last Refreshments were served to the de- most all our people will attend one or . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . .

Friday night, in their presentation of light of all. more days. ,D. K. Davidson' I

"Hiawatha's Wedding Feast." It wasa Judge Wallace is improving the Sunday was the last Sabbath day I

musical feast and greatly enjoyedby property he recently purchased knownas for the convict camp on the island. GOLF INSTRUCTOR: I
the audience, and we would like the Jones place, and it promisesto The is
camp to move out on Tuesdayand Orlando Country Club
to make special mention of each part, make them a most beautiful home. situate east of Orlando. They -1
but space forbids. The great etmperance speakers Telephone No. 249.
have enjoyed living on this island and j Am FloridaAnd
Mr. Foley returned home from the who are touring Florida in the inter- have been shown many attentions Leaving

hospital much improved in health and 'est of the proposed amendment to the from the people of Pine Castle, re- u'ill Specially Price my two Properties in Winter rark
we are all hoping for as peedy and I' state constitution, prohibiting the
ceiving gifts of fruits and reading S SOMETHING NICE !
permanent recovery.Mr. manufacture and sale of alcoholic material and each
Shackleford, who is in an Or- drinks, will speak at the Congrega- Sunday religious A good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800
services have been
conducted by ear- full bearing Orange, Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two
lando hospital, is gaining rapidly and tional church next Wednesday, Feb- nest workers of the Lord. Good sing- blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addi-
hopes to be home in a week. ruary 17, at 1:30 p. m. Superintendent ing has been furnished and cheer and Two Beautiful Building Lots tion to making a home this property will make a yearly return on
New cross walks are being laid in Crook, of the Florida Anti-Saloon good will have bene shown by the On South Orange Avenue, the investment of from 10 to 25 per cent, according to cropland
market conditions, also
the central part of town, much to the League, will have charge of the meet- fortunate Lake Lucerne price $8,500.00;
to the unfortunate of God'schildren. near splen-
My Residence Property in Winter Park, 12-room, New Modern
delight of pedestrians who have ing, and Ex-Governor Glenn
and others The convicts have been or- did view of the lake, only dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front, 20 acre3 of
splashed through the sloppy crossings will speak. Plan to hear them.It derly and no hard cases of misbe- blocks from business land highly improved, 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigated
during these rainy weeks. will be a great meeting.Pinecastle havior have been known of 2 1-2 garden. Property is close in, well located, close to the new
Mr. Caldwell is erecting a garageon during center, nice big shade trees Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough for
their stay here. Capt. Frank Karel the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16-
his beautiful &c.
building site the shrubbery ,
on has the esteem and respect of every adjourning 500, and will give possession in 30 days.
north bank of Lake Osceola. ItemsPine one who has known him during his lot; to one of the best res See owner only. Write or phone me for a date and I will send
Our village election passed off very : stay on the island. lie is a firm but dences in city.-For sale by my car to any place in Orange County to show you these propez ies.

quietly though there was a very close I Castle, Fla., Feb. 10.-Mr. and wise and considerate guardian of ED. F. KEEZTCL
contest for WALTER %V. ROSE
some of the offices.
Mrs. J. E. Mockett, of
Lynn, Mass., those placed in his charge. When a
Win. Chase Temple was elected and Mrs. Adelaide J. Emory, of Mal- man, robust and strong, can go downin REAL ESTATE BOX 35, WINTER PARK, FLORIDA j
mayor. den, Mass., who are guests of the his own pocket and buy some extra Rooms I & 3 Watkins Block Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places.

Percy Dale, clerk. Nelson House at Taft, were visitors j I delicacy for the sick outcast whom he I Phone 55 .
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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 circumstances,
give the owner uninterrupted use of his investment-that's "
the Buick idea of service.

The Buick Motor Co. Guarantees to make all parts of its -
car so carefully that every Buick car built may merit distinction .
as a motor car of absolute dependability__that's the .
Buick idea of honesty.
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trip. Mrs. G. II Brickly were in Orlando
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Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hagerty. of Friday. O =
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From Taft .
Mrs. Hettie B. Bristol, Mrs Helen
Florida I B. Johnson, Miss May Johnson, and Ii .
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( Truthful Tom) I Chauncey Avery, on Fourth street, Mrs. Estelle Dimon spent Friday in
I Thursday and Friday. They are sorry Pine Castle. They report a nice time, The
Good and Bad
Taft, F1a., Feb. 10.-Last Thursday : i Cigar Store
that they did not visit Taft sooner but somewhat damp!
morning this community was startledby
before they purchased property fur- Mayor A. M. Bristol and City ClerkJ.
a heavy report coming from the ther south, as Taft looked the best to F. Harrington were business call- .
south. It was first suggested that
them. ers at the county seat Saturday.As .
the Germans were dropping bombs I
from Zeppelins, but investigation !{i Miss Julia Holly and Miss Alice everybody and all their cousins
I Bowen, who have been for and thei rother relatives are goingto
visiting a '
proved the startling fact that the
Headquarters for Aviators'
boiler in Bell's large shingle mill while in Tampa, returned home here the fair this week there probablywill
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be "nothin doin' but just fair,
Friday
about three miles south had blown up,
Miss May Johnson was in Orlando fair, fair, and look out for pickpockets *
the mill
completely wrecking killing
who are looking for "Rube" when
Thursday, combining business with
two men and badly injuring three
pleasure.Our he goes to the city. Nuf sed.
others. We did not learn their names.
No cause could be given for the ex new merchant, Mr. S. Rizk, is
plosion. The boiler in its flight cut doing a lively business already, before MEXICAN SITUATION Smoke Wright Brothers "AEROPLANES"

down one tree over a foot through, he is settled. His new bright
took the top off another and finally goods, new counters, shelving, etc., Washington Feb. 10.-Expediency X,
landed about 15 or 20 rods from the and neat dean surroundings give his of an early recognition by the United
and Post Cards
Newspapers
milL Bricks and other debris were place a very attractive appearance.AL States of one of the political factionsin Magazines,

scattered in every direction. Ellison has rented the bakery Mexico as a "central government"

Jim Crosby had the misfortune building and is moving in from his in that country is being seriously dis-

Thursday while loading logs to get farm at "Fairview" on Lake Tanner. j I!I!cussed by the state department. Agent for Harley-Davidson Motorcycles

caught and is suffering with a brokenrib. He will start the bakery again which i i It was announced by Secretary I .
He had from has been idle for the last
a narrow escape a year. Bryan today that it had been decidedto
much more serious injury. He is now Suitable exercises will be held at send Duval West to Mexico as spe-

recovering nicely.Mr. the chapel next Friday evening, Feb- cial and confidential agent of Presi-

and Mrs. C. H. Wright and ruary 12, at 7 o'colck, to celebrate the dent Wilson. Secretary Bryan says 129 S. Orange Ave.
granddaughter, Dorothy, and Mrs. A. birthday of Abraham Lincoln. Recitations West had general instructions and is .

L. Wright motored to St. Cloud on speeches, music, and singingwill to visit all the military chieftains.It .
Thursday with Lyman Bowman on a make the evnt interesting. Let is reported that Carranza is forti-

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consisting of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. that ever lived.J. Villa's attack on the city, whichis

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Howdy!! a good attendance. They are goingto
From Oakland send a barrel of reading matter to WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPER '

/ the nearest convict call having ,
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I am before? Let the Delicatessen Man do L. E
I been made by the state chaplain, Something new !
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j Oakland, Fla., Feb. 10.-Mrs. Joe ; Rev. James C. Foster. Try it. Ask About it. Something !

"Littlem c I Keel and children spent all of last Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
I week with her mother, Mrs. Moon, at three or more I

Trained Nurse : Formosa. Items From COLD MEATS]? *BAKED stock of BEA things to CHEESE eat on hand OLIVES

\ v.I .. I Miss Dewey Vick returned Tuesday POTATO SALAD
:: I:/, ;; from her visit at Winter Park. 1
I amointotell WindermereWindermere
nit..:;:". Miss Hazel Cook and friend, Miss J. R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'S-

I Lee, of Orlando, spent Sunday with Phone 26 Bakery
where tobuy :Miss Cook's .
you parents.Mr. Fla., Feb. .-Mrs. j'
: Geo. Tennent was called hometo
I Gifford and daughter Miss Gladys,
all of your Asheville, N. C., on account of the ----------
f have returned to their home in Madison -
If serious illness of his father.
N. Y. 'f
Mrs. T. S. Speer went to Sanford
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Beeman and Mr. 1
Wednesday to visit her friend, :Miss
Store Thin and Mrs. Chas. Tremaine, of Orlando, THE OLD
Drug s !tr' Mabel Saint, and to attend the fair. lunched at Rossmore Inn last Friday.Mr. RELIABLE i
She returned Friday by auto with her 9
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II brother-in-law, R. E. Wynne, whe had
I and Mrs. S. E. Springer, Mr. and DANN'S TRANSFER )
motored over from Daytona, stoppingat
You will see me Sanford. Mrs. H. S. Lyons, and :Mr. and Mrs.
Verne Lee attended the fair at San- Dr. B. D. WIENENGA 1
Mr. L. S. Tenny and children, of Prop.
tfeekMERCK'S ford last Friday.
every / Orlando, and Mr. and Mrs. DeLos
Mrs. Harry Luff, Mrs. O. C. Stand-
: Tenny and Mr. Warn of New York,
ish, and Miss Harrison spent last Sat- Livery Draying and
were out for an all' day fishing Sat- urday in Orlando.A Hauling 3 j jJ

urday. large party of Cleveland peopleare jj J
PHARMACY Messrs. Petris, Neil, Bourne went registered at Rossmore Inn, j
for a hunting trip to the saw ,
grass WE
among them being Mr. and Mrs. H. GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
thirteen miles south of here They
E. Doty, Dr. and Mrs. M. A. Albe, !
good trip. Mr. Isgrigg,
report a one
Miss Anna Campbell, Miss Bertha
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the The park Junior on League Saturday had a afternoon.party at Dr. and. L.:Mrs.Chamberlain H. L. Older and,daughter Mr. and
S South Country Driving for Eight Ten
AMerican ni There were twenty-two Sev- or Solicited
lay present.
eral came in costumes representingother Mrs. H. H. Williams, and Mr. M. R.
Vaugh were in Kissimmee the last HORSES FOR SALE
nationalities. There were Jap-
of the week.A .
anese two Dutch, and six Indians.
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OF GENUINEPanama box social was given at the homeof
'Phone 257.
The Orlando Junior League were invited Orlando, Florida
Miss Elizabeth Palmer Tuesday
but did not come on account of
night to raise funds for beautifyingthe
the bad roads. Those present had a
HatsAT streets with trees. A nice sum 1-
merry time. was realized and live oaks are being -a r
Mrs. M. G. Pierson, of Detroit,
planted on Main street.
:Mich., who is pending the winter with
THE Dr. J. A. Thompson and Mr. W. S. flillliltlii
Mr. Pierson's mother, entertained at
Brown motored to Sanford last Saturday -

Exhibition an "at home" Thursday afternoon for I I to meet Mr. W. B. Gongiver, a ii Opera :House: 1
Building Mrs. Wm. Klett and Mrs. Wm. Ber,' prominent politician of Cleveland, ii iiIMMIIMiliMMM
also of Detroit. Nine different states'
who is registered at Rossmore Inn.
were represented by the guests. With I ONE NIGHT ONLY

Fair GroundsAt refreshments and much conversationthe

afternoon passed very pleasantly.The ONE FARM EXHIBIT I FRIDAY FEBRUARY 12 ii

guests were Mesdames :McDon- ,

$1.75, $2.75, $3.75 and up ald, Rhode Island; Lord, Vermont; An exhibit at the fair in the fine Return of last season cyclonic success OSCAR F.
that is atten-
arts attracting
building
Cooley, Kansas: ; Pope, Massachusetts; : HODGE presents the incomparable star, creator of J
tion is that of A. Wilkining, who is progressive
Bonnett, New York; Isgrigg, Indiana; 1 minstrels. ,
| For 1 Week Only I Heit, Illinois, and Query, North caro-I'' showing an immense amount of pro-
ducts raised on one farm. Visitors AND 50
II lina; and L. J. Pierson I NEIL O'BRIEN '
II Smith, and T. Hickman, of Oakland. I marvel at the diversified abundanceof OTHERSAND
I is
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Gay, of Lexington -I the soil's products. Everything

Ky.: and ap arty of friends in the exhibit that can possibly be HIS GREAT
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produced or grown
are enjoying hunting and fishing at AMERICAN

MARK M. SABLO i Mr. Mooney's place on Deer island, Florida.
I in John's lake. I All New this Season-Songs-Act Features.
Timely Prices, 75c. $1.00 and $1.50 No
; ; ILargest Retail Distributor of Panamas in the States. j Mr. C. C. Carlton, of Plant City, Ring 296 and we do the rest, for .m. \rednesday.. Higher, Sale 9
is in town this week. I lOc. Warman's Parcel Delivery Ser-

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plant of 5,000,000 gallons daily capacity and a very complete in the development of a town. In our station we have four
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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 -
lando's boasts. Our citizens are justly proud of the Orlando ,properly. constructed and maintained. Visiting utility 1
water, and many people have come here to live largely. be- men have expresed amazement at the rapid growth: of this department -
cause it is so agreeable and wholesome. and especially the development of our motor bus ..
ness. Efficient and reliable service has made the use of elec-
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the economy of the modern home which is very much appre- factory has a daily capacity of sixty tons. Pure Ice manufact-
ciated by all who become familiar with its advantages. A ured from distilled water is an essential,and the quality of our
complete new plant makes it possible to supply a city several product is unquestioned. Deliveries are made through the
times the size of Orlando, and our service is maintained at a Orlando Ice Company who are equipped with Ice storage
high standard. A full line of gas appliances is carried on dis- rooms, Auto trucks and delivery wagons, for the accommoda-
play at our office, enabling our customers to select from a" tion of the. public. +
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We invite inquiries at our office which is conveniently located on Orange Avenue opposite the San

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

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

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

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Washington, Feb. 10.-The houseof

representatives has just passed the
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Bartow, commencement of build rig,

$1,000. I

Live Oak continuation $20,000."

Palatka, continuation, $18,000.

rn4 Pensacola continuation of ext t'n-

sion to postoffice and court house,


I $30.000.The postoffice site at West P. m

"" TO, THE FIRST PARTY WHO AGREESTO II Beach has been changed to tb* v!st

side of Olive street, between CTenu is
BUILD MODERN COTTAGEwith
II I avenue and Banyan street. a

not less than six rooms I will I A commisison has just been issi d
to William A. McElya as postmasterof

sell any lot I own in Orlando for Gasparilla Fla. Ij

I PRETTY LAKE LUCERNE ;

ONE HALF ITS VALUE A glimpse of Lake Lucerne, another noted scene rivaling the fairest j A NEW PRODUCT ON MARKEf

touch of Nature's master hand in any other section of the world. A ringof I: __

paving now girts this sparkling lake, crowned by beautiful homes, A new company has recently b C"t

where once "wilderness was king." :1 organized, known as the Florida

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I COAST LINE PUTS O-.l SPECIALTPvAIN CONTRIBUTIONS TO ROLLINS
CO. granted on February 19, all requirements -
FOR THREE DAYS COLLEGE MUSEUMThe *
I having been met.

I OF GASPARILLA Their principal business will be tae
Promoters ofCONCORD- I II following' communication will
manufacture of citrus fruit extracts,
be of interest:
Anouncement was made yesterday juices, and syrups. From these sups -

I by Division Passenger Agent J. G. Rollins College cold drinks will be made on3 L-
Winter Park, Fla., Feb. 9, 1915.
Kirkland of the Atlantic Coast Line, ing sold this week at the fair groundssoda
My Dear Mr. Newton:
that three special trains will be operated fountain under registered naiye
I have just unboxed
from Sanford to Tampa dur- your very gen- of Foam-a-Foam which is a grapefruit
erous and valuable contributions to
PARK ing the three days of the Gasparilla drink. I
our museum. The box taken
was by
carnival, February 13, 15 and 16. The Processes for making all their
mistake to the president's house then
train will leave Sanford in the morn- juices and syrups are covered by p.--
brought to the library basement and
ing at 6:15 o'clock, stopping at all ents. The company will also manufacture -
finally to Knowles Hall-these
points en route to Tampa, making mov- marmalades and jellies.
ings causing a little delay in the un- ,
connections at Lakeland with the It is estimated that one-half millicn

COLONIAL PARK Bartow branch both ways. packing.I dollars worth of grapefruit went to

The train will arrive in Tampa in am writing especially, Mr. Newton waste last season in Florida because
to thank again both for
,the morning at 10:30 o'clock leavingthe you I it was too ripe to ship.
President Blackman and myself for
union station in the afternoon at This company proposes to utilize

6:30 o'clock for the return trip. Spe- your very interesting and widely use- this overripe fruit in making the.r
ful additions to collections and
our
cial rates are being offered by the products and thereby save this immense -
HIGHLAND GROVE Coast Line and it is expected that assure you that your generosity is waste. The company has nut
greatly appreciated by all of We
us.
the Sanford-Tampa Gasparilla special a'-k*d favors of any one and now only
I were glad that were able to makeus
will bring a large number of South you asks: : a fair trial and if you like their
even short visit few days ,
a a
I Florida visitors to this city. ago |products to boost them a little.
I but trust that you will arrange to
come again at an early date and makea
COLONIAL HILLS SENSATIONAL DEVELOPMENTSMAY NEW NATIONAL BANK ORGAN
lengthy .
I FOLLOW AS RESULTOF one.Yours IZED AT KISSIMMEE
sincerely
ARRESTS very Kissimmee Fla., Feb. 10.Application -
THOS. R. BAKER.
I has been made to the secretaryof

Vincennes Ind., Feb. .-The first state for a charter for the First
___ __- ALTALOMA I of the wholesale arrests to follow the TilE PANAMA HAT MAN IS HERE National Bank of Kissimmee, with a

222 indictments recently returned by capital stock of $50,000. Messrs.

1 Ithe grand jury occurred today when Mark Sablo the Panama hat man, George Singletary, E. L. Lesley and

i four men were arrested among them is at the Exhibition building at the i Rull Bass of Kissimmee and Robt.

j John A. Cox one of the leading lumber fair grounds with one of the finest Hyer and Wm. Davis, of Orlando are

I men in the state who must face and prettiest assortment of head or- named as the incorporators. A new

1 seven charges six for visiting and naments that was ever seen in Orlando. building will be erected at once on

keeping a gambling house and one Mr. Sablo is on his way to the Broadway and Possiel avenue for the

for the selling of liquor without a Ii-I Panama expositon and if you have new institution. This new financial

cense. I not already done so you should visit organization will add much to the
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The arrests will continue until the him and look his stock over. Mr. business interests of the community.

ITIrTa entire number have been made. Sen- Sablo is a most entertaining talker i

sational developments are expected.Get and a great booster for this city, FOUND-License plate No. 69, and
and distributes sunshine wherever he j, card "Car for Hire." Owner may
have same by paying for this ad. and
the news in The Sentinel first. goes. I seeing Officer Broom.CO1. .


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

most sanguine investor. The properties we have to offer embrace some of the most attractive
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city from $350 np to $3,000, which will, in price, compare very favorable with any lot sold, even at aucti on or private sales,

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

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


This Is A Selling Out Bargain

Absolutely a genuine clearance sale for parties who have to sell, and this is a rare opportunity to make your

money go farther than any other chance you may ever get to buy Orlando property at a sacrifice. t

No matter how small or how large an investment you wish to make we are in position to suit them all and ,

guarantee satisfaction.

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

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y; "' R .' _= TAMPA Learned Lots from Its Last Year's Carnival, and Knows l
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S FANTASTIC PARADES ARTISTIC PARADES MASONIC PARADES EVENING PARADES
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C -- -- Dances rarely Costumed Aerial Flights and Balloon Ascensions

-_ ALL TO BE FREE

'Ufttiifiinn tutu r Tampa detests"hold up"entertainments. Everything is offered to you without string: tied to it."
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