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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 13, 1915
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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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THREE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1914 NUMKEII 2





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BOMB DROPPING IS DIVERSION: BILL MAY BESETTLED THE LAST-DAY OF THE FAIR

1:45 p. m.-Running races. [BY lARGf

Comparatively Quiet on Battle I I, 3 2:30 p. m.-Polo p. m.Aeroplane match.Today's flight. ATTfNDrD CROWD


Front-English Warships I

May Bombard Belgian Racing CardFIRST Many More Are CELERY C ITY-ITES :MADE

:MERRY IN ORLANDOYESTERDAY
Coast Cities HOUSE LEADERS BELIEVE Prize Winners
RACE-SPECIAL. PACING. PURSE $150.:

London, Feb. 12.-Five days battlein COMPROMISE HAS BEEN 1. Tom Riley, b. g. W. M. Igou, owner; C. H. Sprague, driver |

the Argonne region has relapsed : REACHED 2. Bobby S., b. m. Geo. II. Sprague, owner; P. F. Hamlin, driver AWARDS POULTRY SHOW

into an intermittent dropping of 3 Hal Pulaski, ch. s. C. M. Hand, owner; C. M. Hand, driver American Poultry Association, gold i GET PRIZE FOR BEST CO. EXHIBIT

bombs, while the troops, both Ger- 4. Little Hal, ch. g. __________ Dave Lockhart, owner; D. Lockhart, driver medal for best cockerel owned by a
LATEST ON MEXICAN SITUATIONJose member of the A. P. A., was won by i
mans and allies, crouch in the trenches SECOND RACE-SPECIAL. TROT OR PACE. PURSE $100.
Will Witness Finale
almost waist deep in snow, accord- 1. Joe Chimes, bl. s. H. A. Faucett, owner; C. H. Sprague, driver E. W. Brown, of DeLand, on Light I[ Today toi

ing to official dispatches from Paris. 2. Watermelon, b. g. ______________ S. N. Igou, owner; S. N. Igou, driver Brahma. I i Week's Festi\"ities-Xot a

Between the Fontaine Madame and I! Caro, Spanish Minister, :t Adeline Wilkes, br. m. _________ Molliner, owner; D. Lockhart, driver Best cockerel in show, won by Hill- Thing :Marred Week's *

Marie Theresa fortifications near Has Been Expelled From 4. Glisson, b. m. Geo. H. Sprague, owner; P. F. Hamlin, driver side Poultry Yards, Williamsburg, I I

Bagatelle the Germans are reportedto the Country by THIRD RACE ONE-HALF MILE DASH. PURSE $50.: Pa., on Columbia Wyandotte.Best Program

have almost entirely ceased their 1. Ban Star, ch g. B. D. Weininga, owner; Sweeney, rider hen in show, won by J. A. I i

offensive campaign.In Carranza 2. Carrie Elder, ch. m. J. L. Hill, owner; Powers, rider Hutchinson, Valdosta, Ga., on White I Seminole county was well represented -

Lorraine, however, a fierce Ger- 2. Patsy, b. m. J. L. Hill, owner; Smith, rider Orpington hen. I yesterday at the fair, many!

man attack was reported which resulted Washington, Feb. 12.-In the ship- 4.Iiss Edna, ch. m. ___________ W. Pedrick, owner; C. H. Sprague, rider Best pullet in show, won by 'm. merry motorists buzzing into adding .

in a repulse to the Germans, ping bill to be composed of the Weeks FOURTH RACE-ONE-FOURTH MILE DASH, COW PONIES. PURSE $2:;. Edwards, Zellwood on White Leg-,i do, swelling the crowd and

who are retreating toward Arracourt. naval auxiliary bill and the Gore bill, I '. Ruby Hill, b. m. ___-- Alvin Dann, owner; Alvin Dann, rider horn. I I I I zest to the day's festivities. The procession -

Official dispatches from Berlin admit I supplemented by a two year termination -i 12. Lady, b. m. _______a- Hugh Davids, owner; Frank Wallace, rider Best pen in show, won by Chas. ;!I, from Sanford was a notableone

the appearance of English war clause, the leaders in the house 3. Pony May, b. m. W. W. Yates, owner; Joe Patrick, rider Francis, Inetrlachen, Fla., on Barred and vie with the Orange county
believe that have founda parade to the Celery City at Seminole
tonight they Rocks. -
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4. Dock b. W. W. Yates
ships off the Belgian coast, and un- g. owner
compromise which will be put Best bird in show, won by Wm. Ed- county's first annual festival 'ast
official dispatches received via Amsterdam 5. Brady W., b. g. W. W. Yates, owner
tell of heavy firing heard on through that body for the "good mor-i C-. Little May, b. m. W. W. Yates, owner wards, Zellwood, Fla., on s. c. White week. The delegation from Sanford

the coast, making probable the heavy al effect" that it will have on the I 7. Cyclone John, b. g. _________________________ Jesse Bumby, Jr., owner Leghorn pullet. '!was met on the Winter Park road bya
senate. I Cup offered by Florida Branch of I large committee from Orlando yes-
held
bombardment of Belgian towns
I
The compromise bill, if enacted, the A. P. A., for best cock, cockerel, I i I terday and to the tunes of a band escorted
by the Germans to be in progress.
The bombs dropped during an would permit the United States to Yesterday's ResultsFirst hen, pullet, and pen, was won by i I into the city and to the fair
acquire merchant vessels and operate grounds.
aerial attack on Ostend were declaredto Chas. Francis, of Interlachen, on
them as an emergency measure dur- RaceSpecialHal : Barred Rocks. Seminole county-ites returned home
have done little material damage.
The military works were the chief ing the next two years, at the expira- Pulaski, 1-1-1; Billy Melson, 2-2-2; Watermelon, 3-3-3. Time, American Barred Rock Club cup late last night feeling that they had

tion of which time the Gore sectionof 2:211-2. for the best hen, cockerel, and pullet, contributed to the success of the midi -
object of the attack, but they were
said to have escaped injury alto- the bill will go from the statute Second: RaceSpecialLittle : won by Chas. Francis, Interlachen, I i I winter fair, and happy that they had

gether.On books, leaving the Weeks bill in force. Hal, 1-2-1-1; R. P. Little, 2-1-2-2; Buena Ventura, 3333. Time, in their possesion the distinction of

the other hand, during an attack The powers of the shipping board, 2:24 1-4. Fla.Cup offered by R. I. Red Club for winning first prize for the best cociv

by German airmen, it is reported that and the hulls obtained under the authorization Third Race-One-half Mile Dash best display of Rhode Island Reds, ty exhibit.

they dropped 100 bombs on Verdun. of the Gore measure will Miss Edna, first; Ban Star, second, Carrie Elder, third. Time, 0:531-4. won by Wm. Edwards, of Zellwood, This is the last day of the fair. The

be taken over by the secretary of the Fourth Race-One-fourth Mile Dash attendance has been most excellentand

NEGRO HELD FOR FLORIDA OF. navy, who will have power to operate Ruby Hill, first; Pony May, second; Brady W., third. Time.0:26. Fla.Cup offered by National Columbian I,I the management is satisfied. The

FICERS HAS CONFESSED lines between the Unites States, I 1-- Wyandotte Club, for best display 4 I counties participating in the fair feel

South America and Europe at his dis- | won by Hillside Poultry Yards, Wil that much good will come to them
Jacksonville Fla, Feb. 12.-According -
to advices, received by local cretion, and at the discretion of the MURDER AND SUICIDE C MANY GAMES SCHEDULED liamsburg Pa.Superintendent's. ad that their individual productivp-

president. cup for best display ness will lead to investments in the
police from Elizabethton, Tenn., Clyde
While the house continued its leis- of Plymouth Rocks, won by future. It has been the best fair in
Stover, the negro held there, allegedto
have killed II. S. and Alonzo Gardner urely consideration of the sundry civil Michigan Town Has a Triple Athletics Will Play Birmingham Chas. Francis, Interlachen, Fla. history, marked by beautiful weather

near Welaka, Fla., has made a bill today, the conferences continued Tragedy-Texans Are Barons in Orlando :March Silver medal for best duck in show, made to order, and not a hitch in the
between the leaders at which this I has been noticed.
won by E. W. Brown, DeLand, Fla. program
partial confession, declaring that he Poisoned by Foul 17th-:Much Joy
plan was announced as the adminis- Silver medal for best turkey in I The races have been largely attended =
is the man who is wanted, and admits Milk t for Fans
tration's idea of a compromise, and and the card was a good one fully
having piloted the Gardner brothers show, won by E. W. Brown, DeLand, I ,
the naval committee remained in session I -- up to standard and in keeping with
from Jacksonville up the Ocklawaha 1 I Athens, Mich., Feb. 12.A triple 1 R. W. Tyson, secretary of the Bir- Fla.Silver
discussing it most of the after- the records of A
medal for best in show previous years.
river. Stover had in his posession goose ,
I tragedy was enacted near here today mingham baseball club, arrived in Or-
noon. won by Wm. Edwards, Zellwood, Fla. large crowd for today is expected and
shirts and collars marked "H. G. He
when Frank Lynn, 52, and George lando Thursday evening and is stop-
the festivities will
tonight to
Silver medal for best Japanese come 1\
appears very nervous and excited and Lynn, 63, were shot and killed by ping at the San Juan. The membersof
Carranza Expels Minister Bantam, won by Chas. Francis, In- close.
has made his will. Sam Krotzer, 60, who after settingthe the team will arrive in groups of
Washington, Feb. 12.-Jose Caro,
terlachen, who also won silver medal .
house on fire, turned a gun on three or four until they are all on
the Spanish minister to Mexico, who for best Game bantam. Sanford Girl Wins First Prize in
EDITOR VISITS ORLANDO
ABLE himself dying instantly. Krotzer had the grounds and ready for practicethe
has been expelled from that countryby Silver medal for best Silkie, won by Spelling Bee
Editor B. E. Prevatt, of the Volu- the been a tenant on the Lynn farm anda last of the present month.
Carranza, was reported to Flynn Elliott Charlotte, N. C., who Twenty-two pupils, representingthree
Record when the brothers Mr. is hustler and has already ,
sia County accompanied by be dispute arose Tyson a
the
state department today to on also won silver medal for best Polish counties, entered the spelling
his estimable wife, were among the asked for his immediate removal. scheduled a number of games.
Spanish trans-Atlantic steamer in the Bantam, and silver medal for best contest held at the high school build
welcome visitors to Orlando Anson Tex. Feb. 12.-Poisoned Patrons of the of all
yesterday greatest great \
harbor at Vera Cruz and will shortlygo I
Cochin Bantam. ing Friday morning at 10:30, in con-
from DeLand. Mr. Prevatt is milk believed to be due to a rusty pan outdoor sports in Orlando will be per-
to Havana. I Silver medal for test Seabright nection with the fair, as follows:
one of the oldest and ablest writersin the in which it was placed has caused the mitted to witness several baseball .
The general opinion among i Bantam won by L. H. Wells, Orlando. Orange County-Orlando, 3 Iron
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Florida and publishes a paper thatis death of Frank Henry and Joe Garrison clubs in action on the diamond at the
members of the diplomatic corps is I The following are those who won Bridge, 1; Ocoee, I; Lockhart, 1; Win-
a credit to the state. the sons of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Gar- fair grounds which will be bettered
has stretched to
that Carranza one silver medal each for the best
his rison, who live near here, and T. G. and improved for the Birminghamteam. (Continued on page 4)
breaking point, however, govern- cockerel in their classes: .
Murray, a laborer on the farm. Mr. .
ment is to declare the foreign repre- L. H. Meyer, Orlando, Fla.
JACK JOHNSON Will BE and Mrs. Garrison and two daughtersare The games scheduled to date Are as
sentative persona non grata and ask N. LeGrews, Eustis, Fla. ARCHITECTS END SESSION
dangerously ill from poisoning. (Continued on page 4)
for his recall.Arredondo .
L. Wichtendahl, Orlando, Fla. r
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CAPTUREDWHEN I Carranza's agent here, E. W. Brown, DeLand, Fla.

speaks of the incident as "deplora- Despite Better Babies ContestAll C. G. Megargee, Umatilla Fla. AND DEPARTALL

'ble," but maintains that Carranza has Chas. Francis, Interlachen, Fla.

observed the "customs and interna- E. A. Young Orlando, Fla.
BLACK CHAMPION:
ARRIVES AT HAVANA tional law." Mothers Think Own Are BestFriday Mrs. C. H. Kennerly, Palatka, Fla. OFFICERS WERE REELECTED -
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Carranza's act, he said, was againstthe Wm. Edwards, Zellwood, *'la. FOR NEXT
WILL BE ARRESTEDEn individual and not against the
J. A. Hutchinson, Valdosta, Ga. YEARM.
government of Spain. mornig at eleven o'clock the Belle Yancy, blue ribbon. W. P. Glenover, St. Augustine, Fla.

Route From S. A. to Juarez Dispatches from Tampico say that awards were made to the babies who Second boy, 92 points, Robert Willis V. E. Douglas, Sanford, Fla.
Victoria which stood highest in the examinationsmade red ribbon. : S. King Added to Executive
Fugitive From Justicefor Ebano and are twenty Flynn Elliott, Charlotte, N. C.
Violation of the miles from Tampico, are still in the last week by Dr. Cassius Boone, Second girl, 92 1-2 points, Mary E. C. F. Ward, Winter Park, Fla.S. Committee; Also Director-

possession: of Carranza, and also that assisted by Mrs. Spinks and Miss Bisbee, red ribbon. D. Bradshaw, Orlando, Fla. SemiAnuualIeeting at

Mann Act the constitutionalists are in full contra Bailey, who deserve credit for efficient Class C-3 to 4 Years of Age Joe Akerman, Cartersville, Ga. Atlantic Beach

lof the state of Tabasco. work done by them. Mr. O'Xeal Highest boy, 921-2 points, StanleyF. Silver for best display in
Havana, Feb. 12.-While Jack John- addressed the mothers, saying that Bumby, blue ribbon. cup
American won by Chas. Francis, In- The Florida Asosciation of Archi-
son, the world's heavy weight cham- NOTICE this was one of the most important Highest girl, 911-2.: points, Margaret -
terlachen Fla.
features of the tects, in session in Orlando for two
pion, has not as yet arrived here, ntire fair. lIe intro- L. Hill, blue ribbon.
duced Mrs. Gaston Silver cup for best display in Mediterranean days, came to a close yesterday. The
there is persistent rumor that he is The Baraca class of the Baptist head of the Better Babies Edwards work., who She is Second boy, 92 points, Rosco George class, won by Wm. Ed- semi-annual meeting will be held at I

church will meet in the Christian Al- Willis, red ribbon. wards, Zellwood, Fla. Atlantic Beach in June. A resolutionwas
to be taken into custody as soon as he in turn introduced Miss Safford,
liance hall Sunday morning at 9:30 pres- Second girl, 91 points Flora Belle Silver for best in English endorsed the Elks
lands and placed at the dispositionof I ident of the Equal Suffrage Associa- cup display thanking for
red
Deane ribbon.
the United States government. instead of the new room at church, tion of the state. Miss Safford said class, won by J. Hutchinson, Val- the use of its lodge as convention
as the room is not completed. Class D-Over 4 Years of Age dosta Ga.Silver Commissioner Johnson
meeting
Johnson, who is attempting to reach that the question of women voting place; -
Special Class cup for best display consist- for his hospitality; Hutton and
his
Juarez from South America for "better babies" went hand in hand.
scheduled title battle with Willard is STREETS ARE CLEANR. "Baby" Zoe Lewis, 971-2 points; ing of more than one variety, won by King for entertainment; the press;

from for the alleged, M. Bennett, street superintendent She gave a very interesting talk. silver cup and blue ribbon. Flynn Elliott, Charlotte, N. C. and those who placed cars at the dis-
a fugitive justice
violation of the Mann white slave act is doing a noble work in keepingthe Mrs. Edwards made the awards of Highest country boy, Robert Willis, Silver cup for best display of ducks, posal of the guests. ,

at Chicago. streets in such excellent condition. the silver cups and ribbons, as fol- Oakland, 92 points. won by Edwin A. Newman, of Na- The officers, Geo. L. Pfeiffer, of

lows: Highest country girl, Gladys R. tional White Runner Duck Farm, Lemon City, president; M. L. Elliott,

MANY REGISTERED Barco, Fairvilla 92 1-2 points. D. C.
Washington first
WATSON ELECTED FOR THREE Class A-1 to 2 Years of Age vice-president, Tampa; Rutledge
YEARSMr. The Sentinel booth register received Highest town boy, Leonard Blank The largest individual exhibit in Holmes, second vice-president, Jack- ,

275 names yesterday at the fine arts Highest boy, 92 points, blue rib- ner, 92 1-2 points. the show is that of Flynn Elliott, of sonville; and E. A. Ehmann, secreta-

building at the fair grounds. bon, John Francis Parker, Jr. Highest town girl, Margaret Belle Charlotte, N. CL, who has three hun- ry-treasurer Jacksonville, were all
Watson
Blythe received wire .
a Highest girl, 92 1-2 points, blue ribbon Yancy, 93 points.Sweepstakes dred head of fine chickens, ducks, and re-elected for next year. M. S. King,
yesterday telling of the unanimous
election of his father, W. p. Watson, THE WEATHER Gladys R. Barco. silver cup, boy, Stan- turkeys, including all the standard Orlando; F. J. Kennard, Tampa; FredA.
Second boy, 90 1-2 points red ribbon ley F. Bumby, 92 1-2 points. varieties. In the exhibit can be seen Henderich, St. Augustine, and t
the of
to position chairman of the Florida: Partly cloudy Saturday. Thos. H. Lane.
Sweepstakes silver girl Mar- winners at of the Jas. R. Walsh of Jacksonville
I cup many some largest were
general committee of adjustment unsettled rain in .
B. Sunday probably
Second girl, 91 points, red ribbon, garet B. Yancy, 93 points. shows in the country. He has the elected directors, and the executive "
E S. A. L.
L. railway, for another northwest.
of three Josephine Parker. I Non residents of Florida: unique business slogan, "If it wears committee is Geo. L. Pfeiffer, E. A.

period years. Class B-2 to 3 Years of Age Highest boy, John F. Parker, Jr., feathers, I have it." Ehmann M. S. King, W B. Talley,
Watson is in
Mr. now Norfolk
Curtis & O'Neal are showing beautiful
siding over the meeting of locomotive pre- Valentines, cards and booklets. Highest boy, 921-2 points, Leonard 92 points, Michigan. Judges: F. J. Marshall, of College and the judiciary committee la F. J.

engineers. The Orange Ave. Book and Music Blankner, blue ribbon. I! Highest girl, Mary L. Hill 911-2 I Park, Ga., and Henry C. Dipple, of Kennard, E. A. Ehmann and H. J.

Store. Highest girl 93 points Margaret 'points, Indianapolis, Ind. j I Indianapolis, Ind. Klutho.

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HOTELSTHE OBSERVE FIRST LINCOLN'S TIME IN BIRTHDAYFOR HISTORY Dr. S. S. Jones 1' IIMIMMI IMi IIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIllllltW
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OF ORLANDO CHIROPRACTOR I i Seeds Seeds Seeds J !

KEYSTONE HOTELCorner (Continued from page 1, section 2)) I graduate Davenport College, 17 and
18 Yowell-Duckworth
building; phone
West and Church Streets these years Lincoln was becoming interested 209. Intelligent people everywhereare
in debate, making quite a being restored to health by chiro- NEW STORE
Splendid service, Excellent rooms. Hot and cold water. One of the best
cooks in the state. Rates 7.oO per week and up. Special rates to parties local reputation for his unfailing logic practic adjustments, the new scienceof
wishing table board. ready wit and terse sayings." removing free.the cause of disease.122.s1moF Examination NEW SEEDS

W. G. DUNCAN, Prop Mr. Giles spoke of Lincoln's political -
life. .
"At this time the slavery ques- Sweet Corn, Field Corn, Peas, Beans, Etc. We

THE WINDERMERE tion was uppermost in the mindsof guarantee our seeds to be fresh.

Choice Location All Modern Conveniences secession all. ,There and were the waters mutterings ahead of F Fir r S Sale l Don't be disappointed, come [to us :for Drugs.

Excellent Table Good Water Reasonable Rates were dark and turbulent. The south and Garden Seed.
winds brought rumblings of an impending 1
On Beautiful Lake Lucerne, Orlando, Fla. storm, which fanned by the
counteracting currents from the Y

north, increased in such
VISIT "COLLIER GROVE"-ON LAKE APOPKAFOR intensitythat
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it seemed as though, with crashing I pj r --' .orange grove; has been
Store"A
THE BEST FISHING City.Drug
thunder the country would be I set out select budded .
On main country road, four miles east of Clermont and three miles west of I a year; trees, .
torn asunder and pandemonium
Ookland; 16 miles west of Orlando, at Bear's Gap Station, T. & G. P.. R. reign supreme. But above the roar I orange and grapefruit; there are GOOD DRUG STORE"J.
for Autos. Fine Pier and Pavilion and Picnic
Parking place Grounds. Tripsto .
of the tempest could be heard the 111-2 acres in the grove; located on
wonderful "Boiling Springs." Steel Motor and Row Boats, well equipped,
voice of Lincoln saying, "A house divided -
Lake Jem L. IDE-AJXT Ph.G.
for hire. Agents for Ferro Motors and Mullin's Steel Boats. against itself cannot stand. I Mary, between Lake Con- ,

Oakland Office with T. Connell, Grocer. Telephone at residence, "Collier believe this government cannot en- way and Lake Jennie Jewel, 3-4 of a tllllllll .i
Grove," call Monte Verde. Pavilion on pier. Can be engaged for dancing dure half slave, half free. Either mile from Pine Castle road, soon to _

purposes. the opponents of slavery will avert : be bricked; new up to date seven room
the further spread of it, and place it :
house; good large barn and other
where the public mind shall rest in
Home Comforts Service Finest Rooms in WRIGHT SEED CO.We
City the belief that it is in the course of buildings. This proposition is for> .

Rated ultimate extinction, or its advocateswill quick sale terms.
Sanitary Inspection 100 on easy Inquire of
push it forward till it shall become carry the Largest Stock of Seed in
J. B. Magruder, Jr., office in Arcade;
alike lawful in all the states-
Orange Lounty. Agents for the elcbra-
old as well as new, north as well as or see the owner
THE NEW GRANDHENRY
south." ted National Guano Fertilizers
BARTLETT., Prop. No one knew better than Lincoln G. M. BISSELLL

the problem to which he was called !I II 2O6 So. Orange Ave. *
by the American people. Upon leav- I at grove 1-28-lm*
European Plan 15 West Pine St., ing for his inauguration he remarked,

Rooms with Bath Orlando, Fla. "I go to assume a task more difficult
than that which has developed upon DoctorsBackiiiastcr
any other man since the days of
Washington." He never would have &
TOURISTS ATTENTION! Bmndagc
succeeded except for the aid of divine !

We Serve the Finest\Meals\ in Orlando providence upon which he at all OSTEOPATHS
times relied. "I feel that I cannot J .
Prepared by our New York Cook I
succeed without the same divine bles- Personal instruction under Dr. Stillat
Kirksville, Mo. i
sing which sustained him; and on the Y8ir
108 Rooms Bath Steam Heat.
$1.00 same Almighty" Being I place reliancefor appointment.Hours, 9 to 12; 1 to 5; Evenings by

Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water How support.well he succeeded, and with 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples I
National Bank. Phone 578. BUYERS TO SIIARE IN PROFITS
what wonderful tact he handled the
EMPIRE HOTEL situation; with what masterful lead- I LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS .

ership he commanded his forces; with DISAPPOINTMENT Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
54 Light Housekeeping Rooms what wise statesmanship and firm determination -I Comes to those who buy "old garden 1,1915 and guaranteed against any redUCe
he directed the destinies : seed." Our store is new, our seedsare .
tion during that time:
of the nation, history is replete, and is II fresh. Don't be disappointed.Come .
ROSSMORE INNWindermere today attested by the glory of the to us for pure drugs and fresh Touring Car $555.00Runabout
star spangled banner. (Applause.) garden seed.. City Drug Store, J. L.
505.00 .
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The speaker told of many stories of Dean. 2-3.2wksc -
the unfailing kindness and sympathyof f. 0. B. Orl.... AO c.n tmOr ...lpp 4.farther. .
This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric .
lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with Lincoln.As PHONE 646 w. win be able to .bul the ..xaM..: ttMtmtt
a result of the conflict that is I..r UtUry production. tad UM alai. ts.t U M>
bath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish- in AUTO FOR HIRE p.rrkuiac, ..J AI.. department, If .. rcb as ..U>.t .f
ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. being waged Europe our papersare ad- FIRST CLASS REPAIRING- IH.... .n, between UM above date.
filled and congressional .
our to *
And should we retch this pnxUctton. .e acre PU
dresses have been ringing with the BARNARD & SON the biyer'. .hare fran ,n .. *.. per ear (.a .r ..**.
retail barer wh pmrckaM a ..w
.
query, "Are we adquately equipped I 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla. A..I.UIS F.r ear between) to ererr August 1. D1s.* August 1. 11*.
THE OSCEOLASTEAM to repel the invasion of a foreign foe." ; 12-10-im Fr farther particular ttftiUmg the* tow price sod pr ." '
Not for many years has a hostile .bariag plan. .*.
fleet menaced our shores, nor is any
F. G. RUSH,
HEAT THROUGHOUT
army save our own likely to tread ORLANDO

Magnolia and Robinson Ave, J. W. HURLEY, Manager our soil. The enemy we should fear I Phone 226
will not advance with martial music
and glistening bayonets. It will be a
Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round sinister force which will seek to sinka PLUMBING CO
Plan widening wedge at the base of our ,.
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institutions. It will be some occult

power which will attempt to graft 26 WEST PINE STREET

V ...(.. upon the stately tree of government JONES[ GOES JUST THE SAME
customs, rights and privileges which PHONE 122
shall not redound to the glory of the
many. Some evil agency that will
endeavor to obliterate the constitu- Best Plumbing at Low-
tion, tear down the rights vouchsafed
the entire people, and trample in the est PricesWe My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen

dust our traditions of honor. But by months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the

adhering to the principles and pre- are not in the combine. same time it always has.
cepts of Lincoln, and maintaining ina SLAUTER'S latest inventions usedon

proper manner his priceless heritage all first-class TIME TABLE
THE ARCADE HOTEL
of honor and loyalty, we shall.
J. B. MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop. perpetuate a government of the people I Plumbing Construction:!>> Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front of Evans, The Jeweler.WEST .
by the people and for the people
First Class Restaurant Livery and Autosin that shall not perish from the face of

Building in Connections the earth. (Applause.) -For FineWATCH BOUND EAST BaUD
For many years after the end of j Read Down Read Uo
Orlando, FK the terrible struggle there was lack of CLOCK and
sympathy and bitterness of feeling, JEWELRY REPAIRING I A.M.A.M.! P. 1\1. !A.l\1. P.I.! P. vie

IF YOU WANT A LUNCH but who there had worn came a the time gray when and the fought men call on C. VATER whois Orlando - I 6:30;10;15 3:00 I 9.30 1.30 6.ooOcoee

m M MBMBBMN HHM BMBMMMMIi H MV MB 7= 1.15 4:00: 8.3C
and bled for a cause they believed to an expert at this trade 30j', I 12.30 5.00
worth the money, come to Pope's Quick Lunch Counters. Our be just, and the men who had worn with experience Winter Garden 7:45111:30 4'30 :' 8.1512.154.45
food is not cooked in front of your eyes, where you are annoyed the blue and fought with equally as many years Oakland ; 8:001-, 4:30' 8.00-- 4.30

with the odors and heat, but in our sanitary kitchen. Try a cup honest convictions stood shoulder to at Youngs RepairShop
shoulder and fought and died side by -
of our Rowland Special Coffee, French Dripped. The price is side for the glory of the Stars and Opp. Post Office; Pine Street Subscribe For The Daily Sentinel

only 5c a cup. We offer you the best of service. Stripes, and Lincoln standing upon I

the; balcony of heaven looked down
Pope & Co.'s Quick Lunch CountersChurch and saw the consummation of his IMtMilitttMtMM MMMIIIillillMilMIMIitiai -'

I' fondest hope, in the union of the

Street. Open from 5 a.m. to midnight North. and E. T.the Poulson South forever.Dr. delivered. some !I the


Scales preliminary rendered remarks his solo before, Lincoln's Mr. | Polly Seminary Beauty | |

favorite song. Dr. Poulson's remarkswere
ORLANDO ROOFINGAND as follows:
BENEFIT CIVIC LEAGUE
"The words of this song,'Your Mis-
sion,'were written by Mrs.Ellen Hunt-
ington Gates, sister of the late C. P.
SHEET METAL CO. Huntington, president of the Southern Seat Sale Opens Monday 9 a. m.,

Pacific railroad. Philip Phillips

found the poem in a newspaper and PHARMACYFor
ESTES
Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos, wrote the music for it, and it after-
wards became very popular, being
and Rubber RoofingsCornices largely used by Mr. Phillips, also by I Performance Tuesday Eve. Feb. 16th
the late Ira D. Sankey in the great ,
Skylights Healing Ventilating, Metal Ceilings Moody meetings."Mr. .

Sankey told the following sto-
ry about the song and Mr. Lincoln: Lucerne TheatreAdmission
Works: 14 E. ChurchSt.: ORLANDO
'ack in the first dark days of the civil

war a young man with a remarkable
voice was invited to sing in the sen- Lower Floor, $1, 75c.
ate chamber at Washington, at a
meeting of the United States Chris- Balcony, $1, 7S50c.iMilllllilOIIUi.

{ Try Sentinel Want Ads. tian Commission, which had met un-

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/ FIRST TIME IN HISTORY making the day an eventful one.
The lot advertised for $1200, OF ORLANDO Dr. Poulson closed the meeting


buyer with a would reduction. build of, was$400.00 boughtby if I der the(Continued presidency from of page lion.2)WilliamII. I.with The a following beautiful-o-prayer benediction.was deliveredby II

Mr. Samuel Brice of New President. Seward Lincoln., secretary of state under the the Presbyterian Rev. Jno. W.church Stagg: pastor of W eanesday FeD. 34th l 131 lD \

York. We have decided to of- "'The hall was crowded wiht lead- "Almighty God, give unto us an understanding ,
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ing statesmen, generals of the army, heart. Make us to know ,
fer another one. and other prominent people. The thy goodness in all thy dealings withus. I'
song selected for the occasion was May we realize the largeness of
Corner lot, well located. Side- "Your :Mission. The audience was thy grace in our hopes for the inher-
spellbound as the singer went from itance invisible, through the forgiveness BIG NOVELTY AUCTION
walks, water, lights, gas. North-I verse to verse and the whole meetingwas of sins, in the life everlasting. ,

: east. $1000.00. Will take $600 filled with enthusiasm. 'May we have an understandingmind SALE OF TOWN
"'The words of the song seemed to that we may lay to heart thy LOTS.... :
if buyer will build within one fit the condition of the nation so well dealings with us as a people. We
that the great heart of Lincoln was have been brought into a large life
year. profoundly moved and he hurriedly and into goodly places with an out- I
wrote the following note which was I stretched arm and by a mighty deliv- .Amelia Avenue !
handed to the chairman: "Near the I erance. May we know that all the ,!. Property .
have been led of God.
close let us have 'YourIission' repeated way we
I I "We here for meditation :
by Mr. Phillips. Don't say are today | I
called for it. A. Lincoln." I on thy ways. Thou hast fulfilled thy 34 Beautiful High-Class close Home
in Lots
CARL DANN Building will
''The song was repeated and the purposes through the instrumentalities ,
I j incident was heralded throughout the of men. As we thick on the sell to the HIGHEST BIDDERS
and
country by the public press, thus call- mighty dead, give unto us referencefor on long easy terms.
'I ing attention to the wonderful power patience, endurance suffering!: ,
REAL ESTATE there is in an appropriate song well misunderstandings, trueness and devotion -
sung by a single voice to rouse and to duty, and hearten us witha Band Concerts D Orlando Concert Band
thrill a great audience.'" good courage. by [
Following Mr. Scales' solo, Col. "We have been baptized as a nation -j
COMPANY I I Watkins introduced Judge J. M. Che- with blood and fire. 'hou hast
ney. The speaker said that all distinction seen fit to bring us by the way of
Business
Center 9 to 9:30-Later Grounds.
between the North and South war and carnage. Devastations and : on
had been wiped out. lie told of how death have been of our inheritance, :'

Cheese! Cheese! been Northern bound and together Southern by intersectional families had but wide thou place hr.Ft a'n? brought the li::lti.us Iv.into Is about the, FREE AUTOS WILL LEAVE BUSINESS CENTER AT 9:30:

marriages which had tended to dispel us on every side.Iake us to say I(
any harsh feelings that might have the Lord has been our deliverer.
existed. Judge Cheney recounted "May reverence for the mightymen
many interesting historical events who have, been God's men, stimulate ,' SALE COMMENCES 10 A. M.
connected with the Lincoln adminis- us to great hopes and nerve us
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New York Full Cream Cheese. tration. He said Abraham Lincolnwas I to great energy. May the nation find j
the "supreme type of American its place under the ye of God, and j }lave him i take
I CALL UP CARL
White :Mild Cheese. DANN-ORLANDO'S LOT MAN
through devotion to high and
citizen, and that he possessed a won- purpose j yeu out to look
Yellow Strong Cheese. regard for the welfare of all men I ,
derful mind and a great sympatheticheart. I
over this proposition. The for Home
prettiest
or Investment of-
Judge Cheney said there was sacrifice on the altar of service for I prospect ever
Pimento
Cheese. fered the AUCTION
on BLOCK.
God and mankind.
much inspiration for us in Lincoln'ssimplicity
Pineapple Cheese. and his ability to grasp the "At this, hour let the light of I
McLaren's Imperial Cheese. little things of life. Heaven shine upon our way. Give
McLaren's Bu-lac-tic Cheese. Uriah Seeley, secretary of the Lin- unto us a holy patriotism, a love for Public Wedding Proposition
Welsh Rarebit Cheese.McLaren's .coln celebration committee, spoke and J our land, her laws, and institutions.

Roquefort Cheese I I said the committee was most grateful 1 (Continued on page 4)) We will buy the license, pay the minister, furnish autos for bridal party and

Try one of our new Star Mops. present couple with $50 cash. Ceremony to take place on the grounds during

hour of sale Open to first respectable white couple making application. See
I WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver

CARUTHERS & GORE hear this before? Let the Delicatessen Man do it. CARL DANN
Something new Something New I
Try it. Ask About it.
Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for The Lot Man al His Office or
Hew Modern three or more
Grocery Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES WM. FITZSIMMONS
POTATO SALADJ.
Phone 200 Al Tremoot Hotel
R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'SPhone

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


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


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


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


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


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


you today.



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THE DAILY "Our Village"This OBSERVE LINCOLN'S BIRTHDAYFOR Beautiful Lake 4I -
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FIRST TIME IN HISTORY -
South Florida Sentinel OF ORLANDO

_ MORNING AND WEEKLYW. is the last day and we are (Continued from page 3) I Residence For
M. GLCXN ... . .. .. ... .... ......Editor
W. C. ESSINGTON .. ....B inm Manager about tuckered out-How's it with i I In the preservation of these institu-
'tions may there be union. May one-
YoU? SaleAT
t Entered at the poctoffice at Orlando. Flor I
ness t>f mind, oneness of purpose
ida. Second Class Mail Matter. -It was fine.
t bind all parts of these United Statesso
. SUBSCRIPTION RATES -The wEather man his A GREAT BARGAIN Saturday
Daily. 1 Year ........................ $5.00 was on that the Union in spirit may bindus
C Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2-50 good beehavior. into the union that is physical.Give .
. Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1-25 -Nothin' at the fair could Location
'- Dtily. 1 Month ..................._.. .SO sting to the old and the young and the corner East Washington -

l Weekly. 1 Year .....:.:.::.:-....._:_._::..:- *l-QQ you-except the. bees in the VolSia little child love for this land our and East Street, facing Is the last day of the Lily White Sale, and we in-
f, ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS: PAYABLE IN Countyexb. common country. Give unto them appreciation -i north. There is a beautiful view tend it to be a day of special interest-price in-
ADVANCE -After this week we have next for the great and the good of the Lake. Lot is 75x150 terest-Enrything in WHITE GOODS. Piece

i r TO ADVERTISERS: week.A who have labored before us and into feet. House is constructed of goods by the yard, or the manufactured article

r Copy for display-and all other hand-set Fair in town everyday with whose labors we have entered. To log and shingles and contains substantially reduced, and please remember the

r adTrrtininr moat be Sandra in at the business monkeys and grinDoRgans would this end may the great God bless eight large rooms beautifully reductions are made on all New White Goods in-
1 of Sentinel not later than 2 .
, office the p. -
) the day before publication. This ml appliesto wring sobs out of a steel heartintime. these exercises and all engaged in I finished. This property belongs tended for the coming season's trade. Are you
! chances for eontract ad.ertising: it is them. Amen." to Col. W. P. Walton, former needing any of these'TABLE

Invariable_ _and_will_ be_strictly___ u adhered_ to. -'e hate t' see th decorationscome I II owner of the Reporter Star, who .
The
Sentinel di
desiring
Subscribers
ron-
the down. A patriotic feelin' is an MANY [ occupied it about six months.
tinned should notify office in writing on I I GAMES SCHEDULED
the date of expiration otherwise it will be to feel good.
i. easy way Business interests compel the &
(Continued from |
If LINENS
continued at the regular subscription rates i II page
until notice to atop is received.Telcrbcue Ladiesee-s and Gentl lrj mun- ) ter Park 1.Seminole. I Colonel to live in Kentucky and
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..Namb. r .. .. 21 the next thing on the pro'grum after
I County-Sanford, 6. he has instructed us to sell the and NAPKINS

, SATURDAY FEBRUARY 13, 191;;. I today is St. Val's. birthday The :GeorgeWashington's I Volusia County-DeLand, 3; Day- : property at a great bargain. II
---- birthday, Mikado
I tona Beach, 4; Daytona, 2. I I FOR SALE EXCLUSIVELY BY fly buying direct from the manufacturers we
Two rights always make a wrong- baseball, and Spring. I I The following were the prize winners I eliminate the joboer ..lid the jobber's profit, so
: speaking of shoes. i I 1Life is just a series of getting in I our prices are away below the ordinary retailers.
: Atha A housekeeper thinks a lot of her linen, so do
o wrong. First Prize $15.00 Miss Nellie Cooper of
I I we ours. Are you interested in these reductions -
The girl with the most cheek does Long, Sanford. !

the least blushing.A FORMER RESIDENT DEAD I! Second Prize, 10.00 Max Brad- 114 South Orange AT U. Ground Floor TABLE DAMASK, 54 to 72 inches. '

o :bury, Sanford. Phone No. 311 Regular 35c., Lily White Sale __________27c
man never tires of attempting to At the age of seventy-six years Dr. I Third Prize $5.00-John Rouse, Regular 40c.. Lily White Sale ------___-_:2c
lower his record. Horace M. Grannis died at 1 o'clock !Iron Bridge, Orange county. Regular 50c., Lily White Sale -____-40c

o this morning at his home on Sevilla I!< Fourth Prize $3.00-Miss Adelle ALL PURE LINEN DAMASK, 72 inches \Vide-

Wail flowers are society girls who street. j.Runge, Sanford. VENEER CORES Regular 50c., Lily White Sale -______--
have been nipped in the bud. Dr. Grannis had been a resident of I! Fifth Prize, $.OOJ"asper Wil- Regular 75c., Lily White Sale ---_____
, St. Augustine for the past four years, Regular 85c., Lily White Sale --_______
. 0 liams, Winter Park. $1.25 Regular $1.00, Lily White Sale -____-89c
Too many sermons are aimed at coming her from Orlando. He built i I Supt.lcKinnon presided.Prof. Regular $1.50, Lily White Sale ________$1.23
pocket books instead of at hearts. a home on Sevilla street which he and | C. M. Jones, principal of the Per Strand Up I Regular $..00. Lily White Sale ------$1.63
his wife occupied. Dr. Grannis was i i Regular $2.50, Lily White Sale --___-$193
o Lakeland schools, gave out the words.
Nobody is entitled to wear a halo born in East Haven, Conn., in the I There were many interested citizens FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND PURE LINEN APKIXS- ________ ____

just because he has never been in year 1839. When two years old he and visitors present.Mr. OAK WOOD I Regular $1.25, Lily White Sale ______98c
moved with his parents to Macon,I Regular $1.50, Lily White Sale ________$1.23
jail. Ga. There he studied and Orlando Wood YardB. I Regular $2.00, Lily White Sale ______$1.63
dentistry
-o- J. A. Fouche and daughter. Regular $3.50, Lily White Sale ______$1.98 '
A few months in school teaches practiced his profession up to a few I Miss Nettie Bess Fouche, of McDon- W. Kingsley Proprietor :: Regular $3.00, Lily White Sale ______$2..18 .
when he retired. PINE STREET AND R. R.
children how little their years ago Ga. Regular $10.00, Lily White Sale$798
their
some parents ough are visiting cousins Telephone 344 I
He served in the Southern Confed-i
know. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Helms, 208 Lake 9-30 ; ,
eracy during the war and was twice
street.
o

No matter how homely a ministeris commissioned for conspicuous fal- I _____ -- -- I Nainsooks, Long-
lantry. He moved from Macon to Or-
always he has a -- -------- -------- !
a woman says -
lando 37 He also resided I
good face. years ago. cloths and Bleaching
for some time at Winter Haven. He

o is survived by his wife and one grandson I A choice range from Domestic and English ,
Pickpockets are working overtimein the latter being located in Bain- looms, in all weights. and for all purposes. \Ve
St. Petersburg-but the police are draw particular attention to a new range with
catching them.It bridge, Ga. the new 'elor finish. a
The remains will be taken to Macon 36 INCH LONGCLOTII, in pieces of 12 yards-
o Ga., for interment, leaving here Regular 15c.. Lily White Sale ______12c e
is easier for a girl to throw a Regularl8c.. Lily White Sale ___________14c
- young man over than it is for her to tomorrow and being accompanied by Regular 2Oc.. Lily White Sale ________16c
f hit what she throws at. Mrs. Grannis. The funeral will take Regular 25c.. Lily White Sale _________16c
place on Friday in Macon.-St. Au- Regular 25c.. Lily White Sale ________20c
I gustine Record. Lake Eola and Eola ParkThe Regular 5c., Lily White Sale __________zgcCHIFFIN
Even when the doctor doesn't know BATISTE 44 inches-

what is the matter with the patientbut -. Regular 20c.. Lily White Sale __________16c ,
he usually knows enough to keep .SE3tIXOLE COUNTY DAY WAS Regular 25c., Lily White Sale __------20c
ATTENDED BY LARGE Regular 3&., Lily White Sale _________-29c I
his lack of knowledge to himself. CROWDS Regular 50c., Lily White Sale ______40c

o Regular 65c., Lily White Sale _________53c
The fair crowd has been very or- Regular 75c.. Lily White Sale ________63c

derly this week and the police have (Continued from page 1)) time is now ripe for an investment in this par- 36 INCH Regular NANSOOK 85c.,, Velor Lily White Fini..h-Sale ____73c 6

had very little trouble. Only six follows: Regular 25c., Lily White Sale ________2Oc
drunks have come to the attention of March 13, 14, 15-Brooklyn Nationals ticular section of the city. Property well bought will be Regular 35c., Lily White Sale _-_-___-29c a
________
White Sale
in at Regular 5Oc., Lily 4Oc
His Honor police court. Last Daytona.
year ________
Regular 75<:. Lily White Sale 63<: e
there were fifty drunks arrested dur- March 17-Philadelphia Americans have 36-INCII BLEACHING-
absolutely certain of producing a profit. I two or
ing fair week. This is improvementin who are training at Jacksonville, at Regular 10c.. Lily White Sate ____.81hc t
the city's morals which deserves Orlando. Regular 12c. Lily White Sale ______lOc
notice. Next there should be March 19, 20-Louisville A. A., at three offerings which I can recommend as sure MONEYMAKERS' Regular 15c., Lily White Sale ______121hc ;
year Regular 2Oc., Lily White Sale __________16c
no drunks whatever. When this rec- Orlando. The Louisville Colonels are Regular 25c.. Lily White Sale __________21c ,
ord is established something good will training at Lakeland. 36-INCII LONSDALE CAl\IBRlCK-
be attained. March 22, 23-Louisville A. A., at Regular 12 2c.. Lily White Sale _______lie .
Regular 15c.. Lily White Sale _____-12/c i
o Lakeland. Call and let me show them to you. Regular 2Oc.. Lily White Sale __________I6c
SEEING IS BELIEVING March 24, 25-Havana Reds, at Or- Regular 25c.. Lily White Sale _________21c .

Seeing is believing is an old saying !. lando.
that ripens with age. When you Mr. Tyson also announced yester- r .
day that II. C. Vance, sporting editorof I
see you usually trust your eyesight, and :
Handkerchief
knowing that vision is authentic and ; the Birmingham News would be in
Orlando to cover the training season
does not betray.
Linens
People may tell you of matters and for his enterprising newspaper.Mr. Dress
and Mr. Vance have S.Y.WAYInsurance i
you allow the information to pass by Tyson been From the sheerest of Gauze handkerchief linen
causing but a ripple in your thoughts.You i furnishing articles of great interest | identified so often with beautiful hand embroidery -
may read of what a city is do- to the Sentinel, one of which appears i i to the heavy coarse hand loom canvas
in this issue in section two. Others weave, that's our range. Examine the goods
ing through the columns of a news- will for themselves. &
and Real Estate Agent the low prices speak
paper. After reading sometimes the are to follow from the gifted pens of
HANDKERCHIEF AND SHEER LINENS 36inches
news may be slightly colored and the two recognized authorities who ( -

when the actual situation is unfoldedit have attained prestige in sporting'': . PHONE 172 Regular 50c.. Lily White Sale ________40c
is entirely different from the highly circles in the Southland. Regular 75c.. Lily White Sale ________63c ;
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Regular $1.00, Lily Whle Sa.e: 89c
flashy description in the journal.But II Regular $1.25, Lily White Sate ________98c
the old adage, seeing is believing, PLEASED WITH CITY Regular $1.50, Lily White Sale _______1.28 r
can not be passed-it is a condition I DRESS AND COSTUME LINENS 36 to 51inche&

truly representative trustworthy and E. S. Thayer of Fairport, N. Y., : Regular 35c.-. Lily White Sale _________29c I
absolutely correct. is stopping with Mr. and Mrs. Wherry. : Regular 50c. Lily White Sale ________40c
And so the visitor to Orlando dur- He has been all over the state Regular 65c., Lily White Sale ________53c
ing the past week has come to realize : and has nothing but compliments for I Regular 75c.. Lily White Sale ________63c
Regular $1.00, Lily White Sale _____-__89c t
that seeing Orlando at its best is to Orlando. -] Regular $1.25, Lily White Sale _______98cc I
believe that it has not been falsely

represented. On a score of occasions ""-I 111-I II III II . . . -- -1--; :: . . I -- -=--=---- =-====---=-=-O._=
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the writer has been told that Orlandois

the best ever, that the city's pros- I SPECIAL NOTICE!
perity is undoubted and that next The Proprietors ofTHORNTON ,

year "we are coming to Orlando and .
spend the winter" and that "we are The Expert Corsetierre from the Frolaset ,
thinking seriously: of investing in PARK (front face) Corset Company will be with us for

realty and becoming a property own- three da'S. ,
She will be pleased to demonstrate her know-
er.
The Subtropical Midwinter Fair is ledge, and will personally fit any who are desirous ,

the best advertisement for this sec- Cordially invites you to inspect their:: property. They ; of securing not only the acme of syle and con-

tion of Florida that has ever been tour, but sublime comfort in fit.

staged. promise not to trouble you with numerous interviews : ;
One from a distance may see for

himself the opportunities presented in or press you to buy. Just let them show you these '

the four counties for making an investment -

; one mingles with a class beautiful near-in lots and quote prices. Shade trees, \ ;

of representative residents and sees

that society is at its best. fruit trees, sidewalks, electric lights. \ DICKSONIVES CO.
Inestimable good will result from

this year's fair. No estimate can Inquire at 905 E. Central Avenue, on the premises I

possibly be made of the advantages

bound to follow. The fair has been or ask your dealer.TAYLOR I

highly successful and every representative .DfP ARTMfNT STORE.
from every corner of four I
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counties is happy knowing and real- I .

izing that the living, breathing ad- ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
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vertisement has had results. The Store of true service, of never-failing courtesy -

Seeing is believing.Mr. & THORNTON j !i of fair dealing, of trust-worthy mer-

o chandise, at right prices

and Mrs. J. A. Clarke. Mrs.T. -
ORLANDO FLORIDA''
L. Cushing, Mrs. it!. A. Smith, and

Capt. B. G. Smith of Oviedo, were Proprietors a ,

among the prominent Seminole citi-

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


WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR !many prominent suffragists were in .II 1'111.1111111.1. 1 II ,

I the big crowd present. Dr. Shaw,whois TODAY'S PROGRAM

February 13th.Saturday ; at Orlando, Fla., sent a telegramof "PLAYING WITH FIRE"A "Adventures of the Nimble -
I Dollar," an allegorical drama,
regret, in which she predicted a
with Cleo Madison and George Lar-
Belgian relief card party, Rosalind I victory for suffrage next November.The Selig special feature, completein kins.
Club.
I fete, which was under the aus- Sterling. "The Tale of a Hat." A ,
Auction Club ,
Saturday Bridge ;
Mrs. S. II. Alleman, hostess. I pices of the New York State Woman two parts domestic comedy. .
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Joker. }low Father Went Out"Don't "
' Men's Equal Suffrage League, an- ,Suffrage Association, was opened by I miss this show. It is a laugh I' ;/ .. ..,.=::-,:
nual meeting and banquet. the I' T' ,
state president, Mrs. Raymond ,from start to finish. \
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Brown. Margaret Wycherly recited I o 0

O'BerryGrahamFriday "The Woman at Arms," by Victor "THE MYSTERIOUS BLACK AT TilE KEYSTONEMr. YOUR JEWELRY CASE
morning at the Baptist I
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pas-
Starbuck, and Elsie Ferguson brought
torium, Miss Rose O'Berry, of Kis- BOX"A is just. yearning for some of the trinkets we are now showln&
simmee, united in marriage to etars to many eyes with "Women and I and Mrs. Frank Price, Mr. and You II yearn too when you see the pretty rings, lockets, brooches,
was I
War." Marcia Van Dresser sang i D scarf pins, cuff buttons, etc. They are just ilS dainty ilS can be:
I :Mrs. Neal Price Mr. and Mrs. John j
Mr. Bert Graham, of Jacksonville,: that
German and and Beatrice Selig comedy. Just the things nice people are wearing. Come in and look ilt
English songs, :
formerly of Orlando, the Rev. Dr. I Seamons, and A. S. Brant, all of New them. The pricesilre by no means alilrming.b .
Forbes Robertson Hale
Poulson reading the ceremony. Both '; gave a York, are registered at the Keystone j i
short suffrage talk. Otis Skinner
parties have many friends in this city hotel. |I ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
( made his debut as asul rage advo- ,
who wish them much happiness in j !
!cate, and read a "Dialogue Between [LI
the new life they have entered. Their King Henry the Eighth and Kathrine "THE FLEUR DE LIS RING"A 'j 'OJl. :J]
home will be in Jacksonville. Gra- j
Parr, by Maurice Baring.
ham being a valued employe of the | LucerneTODAY
The proceeds of the fete were divided Biograph drama
4 Atlantic Ice and Coal company of'' WE COULD EXPLAINto
between the suffragist cause

that city. and the unemployed women in New fR you the difference between

- York, chiefly those of the stage.Orlando t variuos grades of paints. But

Florida State FairA r a 4 the surest way to convince your-
grand state fair is the talk going is quite proud of havingone HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA"lOc. i self of that difference is to try

around now. Jacksonville, as the of the honrees of this affair pres- "IN THE VALE OF SORROW I u S our paint the next time and note

"gateway" to Florida, is advocating ent in the city, Dr. Shaw, who ad- A Beauty drama. f l I wl f how much smoother they are
having there next December. Mrs. .
one I dressed such a large crowd at the i! and how much longer they In
O. Brownell, of Live Oak, was appointed 5c. .
fair grounds Thursday morning. And I than others. You'll profit by
by Captain. J. Hillma.n, the 1
our fellow townsman, Victor Star- "TRAPPED L8Sl the experiment.
greatest fair booster in Florida, to BY A hIELIOGRAI'Ii" -
buck, being the author of the poem, Ol wtitTE
be in charge of the woman's build- I"The Woman at Arms," read at this TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYLOSTA !' I LEAD Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
ing. Mrs. Brownell is prominent inwomen's An American drama.
time, which has created quite favor- 'I i I 205 S. Orange Avenue
work in the state, and was
I able criticism. small gold medal with
also appointed by Mrs. W. S. Jen- "excellence" on one side. Returnto COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
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nings, state president of the Federa- Belgian Card Party this office and receive reward. It .'OURIUTUAL: GIRL"In

tion of Women's Clubs, and was a I-
Mrs. S. A. Johnson, chairman for new and interesting experiences -
WANTED A second hand col-
good
visitor in Orlando at the midwinterfair
the Belgian card party at the Rosa- lapsible canvas boat. Phone 116.

who have trying exhibited to interest work the in this women fair lind Club this afternoon, announces 2-13-2tc I VALENTINES[ [ AND yALENHNEPOST CARDSAll

I that the playing will begin promptlyat
to bring it to the state fair at Jack WANTED-At the Wyoming hotel,
3 o'clock. Those who wish to reserve 'WITHIN THREE HUNDRED
sonville in December. I one or two white waitresses. Ap-
tables 'phone hr in the morn- ply at once. 2-13-3t PAGES"An
Jacksonville has 1,100 acres of government -

land and 350 of state land ing. Essanay drama. kinds and prices to suit all
--()- BLACKSMITH SHOP at Eustis, Fla..
upon which the permanent fairgrounds I Annual Luncheon of M. E. S. L. for rent; fine location; has a fine
can be located. It will be the trade. Correspond with or see me at books. Get
The Men's and yours
Equal Suffrage League tastes pocket
greatest advertisement for Floridaever Lisbon. J. C. Alsobrook, Lisbon, Fla. FOUR SPLENDID REELSA
.of Orlando holds its annual luncheon It.

launched. Every section can I and business meeting today. Its while the assortment is good.W. .
show the products and sing the !
membership has been increased this LOST-Friday afternoon ladies' gold
praises of their of the state and
part SPLENDID
PROGRAM
II year, as the men are learning more watch, size 0, Elgin movement,
give the tourists a chance to decide about the real side of woman suf- open face; lost at fair grounds. Finder S. BRANCH, ,
where they want to go and what theyare I please return to Sentinel office and
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frage and are lining up for the cause.I
going to see when they get there. I - receive reward. 2-13-3tc First Floor ________5c. and lOc. The Arcade Book and Music Store
Mrs. Brownell is also women's rep _
resentative for "good roads. The I I Volusia County Booth FOR RENT-Six room modern bungalow White Balcony ____5c. and lOc. I

state fair and good roads will be a I I Volusia county could took so many the blue Lake Lucerne, completely; rent reasonable.furnished, near In- Colored Balcony ____5c. and lOc Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results,
r ribbons that we not see exhibits -
combination hard to beat for
making quire of W. II. Eaton. 215 South Main
for them. :Mr. and :Mrs. Roland, street, 99. 2- 3-3t.
Florida one of the finest states in the or phone

Union, with a climate unsurpassed, of DeLand, who are in charge, are so ,

both in summer and winter. affable and cordial to every one that FOR SALE-New house; fine loca-

the midwinter fair would not be the tion; 7 rooms, bath, extra toilet; all
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success that it is without them. modern improvements; large veran- FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
Ocala Star Society Editor in City das; large lot. Also several fine, I
Miss Annie Atkinson, society editorof --- large lots. Owner, 114 East Concord ,

the Ocala Evening Star, is a Fair The red and white ribbon badgesof avenue, near Magnolia. 2-13-61
Established 1886
visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. the Sanford delegation were -

A. N. Goodwin on Ridgewood avenue. very much in evidence. All of the FOUND-On fair grounds, Wednesday -
town must have moved down to Or- Feb. 10, small package. Owner -
-- ange county-just for the day, how- can have same by calling at 606 \
Mr. Franklin Hurleigh, a prominentactor West Central avenue (mornings) and CURTIS & O'NEAL
ever. They are some proud of takingthe
and for
of New York city, is the guestof identifying package paying
blue ribbon for the best county this advertisement. 2133t'FOR
Mr. Walter Drennen at his home,
exhibit. :
"Paso Robles.
RENT-Two large rooms with INSURANCE LOANS
- kitchen and bath room in a brand ,
PALATKA POULTRY WINS PRIZESAT
For BelgiansA new house; close in; furnished or un-
ORLANDO SHOW furnished. Inquire at the office of \
will be held the
card party at
I Florida Real Estate and Investment REAL ESTATE RENTALS
Rosalind Club this afternoon at 3 C. H. Kennerly, who has been at- Co.. above Peoples National Bank.

o'clock for the benefit of the Belgians. tending the poultry exhibition at Or- 2-13-6t I II

Admission 25 cents. lando this week, was in town this II

- morning and reports that out of three FOR SALE-If sold immediately, 15
acre farm, 6 acres improved and
Children's PartyA entries from the Montrose Poultry .
fenced, 2 room house; 1 mile to
merry children's party was given i Farm, two first prizes and one third school'; ; within 1 1-4 miles of 10 fam-

yesterday afternoon in honor of Fan- I prize was won. Mr. Kennerly will ilies. Price $325. Also another barjrain FOR; RENT---Bungalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main ,

nie Belle and Stanley Tenny, at the return to Orlando tomorrow for the the best in Orange county. Act.
Leon Groves, owner, today at No. 9 Street. :
home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Tenny. closing days of the show.PalatkaItem. West Robinson avenue. 213lt.OSTEOPATHY*

Games and a frolicsome time were n- .

joyed by a jolly and happy crowd of Seven Room House, South Orlando. !

boys and girls. SACRIFICE SALE FINE POULTRY

-aIn -Fifty pens of fine chickens, including -
nearly all breeds, to be sold '
Honor of Dr. Shaw Saturday at the poultry building in DR. J. C. HOWELL Two NewJFive Room.Houses, South West Orlando.

From the New York Times: The fair grounds. Flynn Elliott. It* Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon ,

birthdays of Susan B. Anthony and Kirksville Graduate

Dr. Anna Howard Shaw were cele- FOR SALE:-My flock of choice s. c. Consultation Free ,
White Leghorn hens; hatched last Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan -
brated at dramatic tea
yesterday a
April; Young's strain; laying heavilynow. HoteL
and fete at the Hotel Biltmore. Ac- Right price to quick buyer. Office Phone 716 Residence 1018
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tresses presided at the tea tables and :, \V. K. Hale R. 1, Orlando, Fla. 2-13 Orlando, Fla.llilMMMIMiltlliMMMMMIililiililliliiilllllin . lint . .

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30 x 31 ________$n-60 36 x 4Y ________$27.35

Not merely few refinements, but the highest form of refinement 32 x 3V& ________$13.35
34 x 4V& ________$26.00
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I'FOR SALE-Buick touring car fully
t j equipped; speedometer. Presto tank .J "1.1n'ber. La-t11 a1.1cl SI1.i1.1gles
SENTINELWANTS let. A bargain. Act quick. Call aty
I Ford Garage, Church street. 2-12-tf

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FOR SALE-Beautiful home site, i
; overlooking Colonial Park, 165xl:;;>, XAiCR JSffi&EZfcORLAJSTDO ..
I 3 lots ready to build on.Vill sacri-
I fice at $650 cash. Address owner.
Box 733 city. 2-11-3t-

The Morning Sentinel Want FOR SALE-Would; you like to havea
Directory is the Greatest Want nice winter home in Orlando,
Ad Medium in Orlando. where you could raise your own vege-
tables and strawberries keep chick-
Terms Cash in Advance. ens, and have orange, grapefruit and
tangerine trees? Not too far from
RATES the center of town; just at the city
For One Day ______________23t limits, on a magnificent street shaded
For Three Days ____________50c with all oaks, on the road to the Royal Cement, Agatile Plaster and. Perfection Lime
For Six Days _________-___75c Country Club. If so, buy this gem.
THE FAIR IS OVER For One Month ____________$2.50 It has five large high ceilinged sunny
This rate applies on all ads of I rooms, and bath newly painted

25 words or less. If the ad con-, I and papered, facing two streets. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... . .. .. .. .. ..
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Now you have plenty will be one cent per word for compel us to sell. Address "Winter
each additional word for each in Home," care Sentinel office, Orlando.
of time to call in sertion.If 2-10-tf Sub-Tropical MidWinter j
you can't bring your ad to
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- FOR RENT
and let us tell you counts opened by telephone will be

payable the following day. FOR RENT-Furnished for light "
about our SPECIALSin housekeeping,:, suite of large, pleas- OEL..A DO. FL.A.
Every Home-Every Husiness .
ant rooms; bath, hot and cold water; ,
Real Estate. Every Man has use for a electric lights; private family; closein.
Sentinel Want Ad. Phone 520. 312 North Main St.

2-7-6t i913 1915EDUCATIONAL

Cash will bring out FOR SALE FOR RENT-Small flat, modern con- I
veniences, unfurni Lt'\l. Jas. A.
values.] FOR SALE-At a bargain; six room Knox. 11-3-tf
some great house, 2 lob, chicken house and
stable; orange and grapefruit treeson NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
lots. Call at 722 Center street. to adults only. 409 Delaney street. Embracing-Agriculture, Horticulture, Floriculture, Domestic

LEI US[ SHOW YOU 1-9-6t 10-25-tf- Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry,

FOR for SALE-Rhode setting; fine stock Island; $1.00 Red for eggs 13. WANTED and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports

:Mrs. Calder. Phone 708. 2-3-lmoc WANTED-At once, competent woman AreoplansLectures and Entertainments of all kindsA
ORLANDO BUILDING & LAND CO for family of two; must be
FOR SALE-A] good city residence, honest, reliable and know how to notable feature of the Sub-Tropical Mid-Winter Fair will be an exhi-
with all modern conveniences cook. Soft snap for somebody who
Avenue ; part bition of Angus, hort Horn and Her ford Bulls by Messrs. Cobb & Denn
II North Orange cash balance on time. Address"Owner. has energy. Must have at least one >,
PHONE 608 ," care Sentinel office. reference. Call between 11 and 12 of York, Ala., with Graded Cows and CaKcs. These animals are \\arranttci
2-7-lmoc o'clock at 413 West street. 2-12-tf
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- WANTED-An orange grove to cultivate cattle owners who wish to improve their herds will have an opportunity of get
in good order. Cost $150, and care for. A house on
gan
FRED B. DALEC. ting some fine stock.
trove required. Can furnish
Price $25.00. 822 North Orange ave- wagon .
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H. BRYANT nue. 2-12-St and two mules and young man to as-
sist with work. Address W. E. P.,
DAYIS A GILES CounselF. Box 269. Orlando. 2-10-6t
A. PEPPERCORN. Contracto FOR SALE-Five passenger touringcar -For Information or premium list, address
in A-l condition cheap; for
; SEE THE HEALTH EXHIBIT
cash, or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor, the Fair and then have your house at VVM. R. O'NEAL See'y H. H. DICKSON Pres. jj
,
905 East Central avenue. Phone 696. properly screened by Tracy & Moore, ,

1-4-tf street.experts on screen work. 18 E.2-11-61 Church "4N" . , , . '. " " .

FOR SALE-Two lots in Seminole
$1000Corner Park for $80 each cash. AddressP. LOST -37 Buick automobile tire, on
O. Box 373. 2-3-2wksc" the rim, between Orlando and Win- -
; ter Garden. Reward. Notify J. L.

FOR SALE-Best cafe in the city, Dillard Winter Garden. 2-12-lt
doing a good business. Other busi-
; lot on Colonial -ness requires my entire time. Ad- BUYERS AND SELLERSI tKTEAmDi
dress Box 215. 2-2-tfc 3 #yur'onne. /
; buy sell rent and excliange real
Drive, East FOR SALE-Five all estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla.,
room cottage
over 30 Have handled
years. over
modern conveniences completely 20000000. Call and see ma.
r and Broadway, facing -furnished 307 Broadway avenue. Apply 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
t to Mrs. McDade 312 Broadwayavenue.

1-27-lmo TRACY & MOORE, CARPENTERSHouse
Park Lake. repairs of all kinds done
FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock \
promptly; repairing of leaky roofs; SNOVBENY
and best farm in
tools county; variety screen doors and windows a specialty;
fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- sleeping porches, counters, shelving,
to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock
office
, garages, fixtures; window and
Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- door frames made to order. Get our

PHONE 567 er. ---- 1-16-tfc postal prices.will 18 bring East us.Church street.1-11-lmo A [Orlando's Largest and Cheapest

FOR SALE-Story & Clark upright .
grand piano won by Miss Myrtle SIGNS
. Weeks in the recent contest will be
FURNITURE HOUSECor.
sold for benefit of Baptist church
building fund. Piano may be seen Gold Leaf and Aluminum, on
SPECIALTampa at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E.
TRAIN Weeks, 10 Washington street. Glass or Wood
1-13-tfc Cloth Signs and Big Bulletinsa Main and Pined+Sts. Orlando
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FOR SALE-In good condition a...
Hercules stump puller single, have Morgan with me and can
ble and triple power. Also good dou-I. service
ble team wagon. Address give prompt
Foster Star Route No. 3, Orlando,
Fla. l-7-6t GEO. A. BARKER

Feb. 13, 15 and 16 FOR SALE-A splendid driving and 110 West Pine St. r
riding horse 7 years old, sound and
kind. Inquire of "Albert," at Magru-
der's livery stable. l-7-6t Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST
Leave Orlando 7:03: 4. M.

Arrive Tampa 10:30 A.M. FOR good SALE paying-One-half business interest in Orlando.in Eventually You Will Use

and Address "Owner" care Sentinel Recently of New York
2-7-6tc
Over Curtis & O'Neals Orange Ave.

SPECIAL WILL LEAVE TAMPA FOR SALE 24d&wlmOSTEOPATH
75 acres suitable for citrus culture .
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and truck fanning bordering on a
pretty lake and has one-half mile
Returning Daily at 6:30: p. m. frontage on the Orlando to Sanford GAS 1
brick road this frontage being adapted
Excursion Tickets sold daily. for nice home sites; could be sub- DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER
divided into 40 building plots 60x200
Limited to February 26th. feet each, leaving about 60 acres for Office corner Orange Avenue and
citrus fruits and truck farming; five Church St., Davis & McNeil Bldg., ,
minutes walk to railroad station Phone 419.Warman.
stores, hotel school and churches.
Atlantic Coast Line When you consider location and good will deliver that parcel or
transportation facilities with other .note for ten cents; just call 296. FOE
advantages the property's real valueis 2-5-lmo
It is owned non-resi-
$7,500. by a
Standard Railroad of the South
dent who needs money. He author-
izes me to sell it for $3,000. Who-
ever buys this property gets a bargain. Have You Noticed'What

For further particulars, call on Cooking and HeatingBecause
E. C. Young, room 10, McNeill & is
HappeningEast
Davis building, corner Church street
and Orange avenue. Orlando.
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. RAMSDELi for sale at a bargain his desirable
OPTOMETRIST property located at the corner of cleanly and most efficient fuel known.
West street and
Ridgewood
tMucruu &e Dr. O. F. LtkL..r avenue. Central Avenue?

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

WX FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSES I school, business lake and park.
AND DO ALL KINDS OP I Owner will sell all, or part, cash or
terms. Property consists of nice new We offer for sale Seminole will time labor and
You
n"TieAl. RIP: AIR' C: bungalow, fronting on Ridgewoodavenue Park Lots, located just at the save expense.

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

Represented by Also a beautiful connecting corner and on easy terms.
lot, 70x85 feet fronting on two
Geo. W. Tull, Orlando, Fla. streets and graded for basement
liberal advances made on con building. Price $1.000. For cash anda GAS DEPARTMENTS
signments. quick sale owner would dispose of
aU of the above, to for
one party
R. E. Cochran President. 4300. E. N. COY. 2-2-lmoc ORlANDO REAL ESTATE CO.,
T. L. Turney, Treasurer.
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This is not cnly a showing of new Spring 'I
Spring Suits and Dresses. First showing of new Spring
Goods of the latest and fashions
Charming new models, in the most correct Styles. Exclusive patterns in
newest the Crepes, Crepe de Chine, Voiles
styles featuring
but sale of decided saving possibilities -
a and
high waist band effect, flowing money Organdies, some with high
gracefully down to the new wide well the of which collars and long sleeves, Flesh, t
importance can-
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short skirt. Others in coated Maize, sand, putty white and all i
effects; all the new shades. not be to strongly emphasized. You are always the best shades.


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THE NEW SUMMER LACES AND EMBROIDERIESHardly II


WASH FABRICS
a store in America is showing the large assort-
ment of these beautiful laces and embroideries.: They are here

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

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

MERCERISED BATISTE, 45 inches wide, a soft silky

cloth, very fine sheer ____________________________35c

IVORY CHIFFON, 45 inches wide, very transparent,
CHARMING FLOUNCING, 27 inches wide, in
most beautiful plain wash fabric ever shown ______$1.00
transparent Voiles and Crepes ____$1.00
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SEED VOILE,40 inches wide, a fine sheer flake fabric,
DAINTY SWISS AND TRANSPARENT EMBROIDERY -
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SHADOW LACE VOILE, a beautiful collection of pat-
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terns,very thin and soft for summer, 36 inches wide50c
Under musllns 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

and colors _____
patterns 35c
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NOVELTY WHITE GOODS, consisting of Voiles, ALL OVER EMBROIDERIES, 45 inches wide, on

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OUR JUVENILE DEPARTMENTIs

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0 complete with seasonable goods just arriving. Among other

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

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

Onyx9" Hosiery ROOf GARDEN THEATRE ARROW,

TONIGHT
SHIRTis
4 Reels at Every Show 4
always as appropriate to
Onyx, the popular Gold Seal Drama. Two reels the wearer as it is to the

Hose. We are showing THE MASTER KEY N 7 occasion.
a complete line in black, O. Made in every style
tans, white and fancy, white or color fast.
the best pure thread L-Ko Comedysilk $1.50 and $2.00

made at $1.00, $1.50 EVERY INCH A HEROand Our Spring and Summer

and $2.00. lines of Shirts and Collars are
New New : FREE UNTIL 6.30 P. M. complete.Let I .

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reception will be held at the Epis-
copal rectory tomorrow evening for
Bishop and Mrs. .Cameron Mann and s s bx L %
their daughter, Mrs. Fisher, of New
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Bishop Mann has recently been ap- _
pointed to this state from North Da-
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TO THE special imitation is extended to
the friends of the church, and the
MODERNWOMAN public genrally is cordialyl invited.-
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A CHECK BOOK IS A NECESSITY Kissimmee Mr. and,Mrs.were E.among L. Overstreet the visitorsin of . .

Orlando yesterday taking in the Your comfort and prosperity for '
sights of the fair. Mr. Overstreet is

the the efficient court and in Osceola accommodating county.Mr. clerkof I95idcpcmlsnpon 1( \ !,( !, ,

and Mrs. W. II. Sweet, of Ypsi- 1 ,
AVOID RISK lanti, Mich., are in Orlando on a '
yourself find your I
sight-seeing expedition and are so
I DOXT carry a fat pocket-book about with well pleased with the place that they connections. t
will remain for some time. While
you for the sake of paying for purchases in here they are making their home at t
: savings or checking' bank account
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cash. .j: I the San Juan hotel.
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in tills institution is .
Think of SAFETY FIRST. I a positive slop
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Bly and daughter forward.
Pay by Check with our bank checks, be I Miss Lena, motored to the Orlando : A
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I safe, have a receipt. fair Thursday. Miss Neva Bly, .0
I who has been visiting friends in Or- Siari no/y: :
= You can open your check account here with 5. ;
lando for the past two weeks,returned
3 the State Bank any business day. I home with them.-Volusia County .' .

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I visit at the first opportunity.Mr. .

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Mr. J. I. Campbell, a prominent lando with their friends, Mr. and Mrs.I. I .I'
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yesterday afternoon for Tampa,where : : .h 'y, j" ,:
and Mrs. Thos. E. Johnson, of Orlando visiting his friend, Mr. Vin- they will take in Gasparilla week. A
Chicago, are among the late arrivalsat cent Green Before returning to their home in
the San Juan. Syracuse, N. Y., they will return here
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Harris arrivedin for another visit. -
Ring 296 and we do the rest, for Orlando yesterday from Dayton,
lOc. Warman's Parcel Delivery 2-5-lmo Ser- Ohio, and expect to spend the. next Mrs. H. A. Burkhart, Mrs. H. A.
vice. four weeks. Bush, and Miss Isle Green, of Fitz-

Messrs. J. M. and II. L. Hamilton, gerald, Ga., who have been spendingthe OFF FOB THE FAIR
of Biltmore, N. C., were among the week in Orlando, guests of Mr. ,
arrivals in Orlando yesterday.Mrs. . Two Handsome and Mrs. Vincent Green,at their homein I
Concord Park, left yesterday after-
O. Marsh and Mrs. J. C. Lake Front noon for Tampa, where they will szoPMcElroy's : ..A.'L'
Young, of Kansas City, Mo. are spend Gasparilla week. They were
among the late arrivals at he San accompanied by Mrs. Green.
Grove and HomeS
Juan. They expect to remain in this

section for several-days. I,I PropertiesOne Pharmacy

Mr. J. E. Phipps, the popular com- :
mercial agent of the Mobile & Ohio
railroad, with headquarters in Jacksonville '!
spent yesterday in Orlando ; and Kodak films. On back
in the interset of his road. i I of them is the pret- get your way

I tiest lake front location in and leave films to be de
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Mrs. S. Waters Howe and niece, the State of Florida, with stop again your

Miss Lucile Quartermann, left yesterday large acreage and a most
afternoon for Tampa, where they veloped.
modern dwelling.The .
will spend a week with relatives and
friends. I other has a fine The

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Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Darby, of Crescent -I A1.A
and of Chocolate Ice
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City, who have been spending
fair week with their daughter, Mrs. i any further improvementsdesired. SAN Have a
Geo. W. Phillips, 407 East Pine street, I Cream Soda
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returned home yesterday.Mr.
These are high priced

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in Mrs.Orlando visitng ,relatives has been and I, a FrierLds: : opinions: : : :

REAL ESTATENo. Cigar and News Stand, 0
friends for several days, left for
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+ GRAND THEATRE WAS I the year 1865, at a time, it seems tome --known, this babe was- destined to be- ing the fruits of- -h ; wonderful I

FILLED WITH LARGE. I he was needed most in the ser- I i come a man who would exert an un- achievement by the dastardly work ,
AUDIENCEWAS I vice of his country, but God took him I!known and untold influence upon a of a cowardly assasin. \
I and God's providence I never question. nation; a man who was to be calledat You can almost imagine the look of ,
I Lincoln of the nation's II I doubt and amusement which would
was one I II I the time of a country's greatest .
A NOTABLE GATHERING greatest statesmen always loyal and 'I need who with steady hand and un- ,have overspread his homely features,
true to the principles of his conviction eering judgment was to pilot the ship : if during his early life, surroundedas
of right. He trusted in God for ( of state over the uncharted channelsof he was with rough and shiftless
At toy Leroy B. Giles and JudgeJ. guidance in all his deliberations, adversity and the treacherous people living upon the borders of
M. Cheney Deliver Ad- which was the foundation of his suc- k p sholas of doubt and ignorance into I civilization sleeping in a cabin without -
dresses.-and others cess in the leadership of the greatest : r i the harbor of successful endeavor. windows with no opportunity
SpokeFor nation of all the world. I I That man was Abraham Lincoln. for advancement or improvement, ,
When I look at old glory, the stars I The smoke from the battlefield has save through his own personal efforts, i

the first time in the history of i and stripes, emblematic: of Americas i r39uL cleared; the cries of the wounded and at a time when only a bare living ,
independence and greatness. I : \ being made through tiresome and
Orlando Lincoln's birthday was observed dying have ceased; the sun has come was 1
yesterday afternoon at the realize that is my flag which : :" from behind the dark and somber exacting, though honest toil the suggestion -
stands' for united I want I F made him that
Grand Theater, a large number of a country. : clouds of passion and anger sheding had been to
people attending the exercises. The to say as a southern man, with outstretched 'I' I a bright radiance of happiness and he was to become a leader of men, and .,
decorated arms and open heart to the prosperity over all and the men who leave behind him when he died a rep-
platform was beautifully
north, that the Mason and Dixon line wore the gray, with a clear vision utation second only to that of the fa- ,
with large American flags, giving a .
decided patriotic aspect to the occa- has been obliterated and I thank God, i ii \ I IJ unfettered from feelings of animosity, ther of our countr). .
sion. Col. T. J. Watkins presided. i the great Ruler of the universe that I unshackled from doubts and fears believe It is impossible in the short time
I American citizen free and independent alloted committee to take
am an and know that Abraham Lin- me by your
LeRoy B. Giles, Judge J. M. Cheney,
Mayor Sperry, Dr. Poulson_ ij coln was a friend of the South and but a fleeting glimpse at the life of
sioner S. A. Johnson U. Commis-I, I With all honor to the memory of i of its people; they know that there Lincoln. The son of a worthless fa-
Abraham Lincoln one of the greatest : .y ther, Lincoln became a bread '
tortor Gorsline James A. Knox, Jas. rankled in his heart no ill will, no desire young
commoners the world has ever pro- i to do them hurt or injury; thatit winner as soon as his arms were
L. Giles, Dr. Stagg and a number of t. k
duced. I II work. He had but
ambition strong enough for
civil war veterans and citizens occu- was his one great to preserve -
pied places on the platform.Dr. I Mrs. G. C. Kollock was introduced I the nation intact and "to save one years schooling, and this in the
Stagg opened the exercises witha : and delivered Lincoln's Gettesburg I us from the wolves of passion and barest rudiments, but as a boy he
beautiful prayer.w Col. Watkins delivered -: speech. She spoke from memory, delivering / plunder that stood at our doors. eagerly devoured the few books that
the famous address in a notable fell into his hands thus laying the
a beautiful tribute to the mem- I b- 1rI I So it is but just and proper that
ory of Abraham Lincoln, and in open- I manner. 'I II I we of the north and of the south foundation for the inexhaustable sup-
ing the main portion of the exercises Mr. E. S. Scale sang a solo which i I 3. wr should thus join in rendering homageto ply of information afterwards gained
I was well received by the audience.I f 'I and his wonderful command of En-
spoke as follows: 4 the memory of this great and good
Ladies and gentlemen: We have met Col. Watkins then introduced Atty. .1 man. glish.
here today to pay tribute and com- LeRoy B. Giles, who spoke as follows: i I' There was little or nothing in Lin- At the age of twenty he had grownto
memorate the sacred memory of one I One hundred and six years ago in I II coins early life by which the future extraordinary stature being;
of America's greatest sons, whose an obscure hamlet in the state of i could be foretold. One could not about six feet four inches tall, aid he
name is a patriotic inspiration in I Kentucky, a babe was born. There i: 4/ dream that this awkward obscure had begun to develop his native vein
home north haloabout its head there become of humor, for which he became fa-
every American south was no ; j I rail splitter would one day
east and west.Abraham were no wise men to pay it homage, .. the President of the United States. mous.
Lincoln, to whose mem- no rich gifts to be given in loving I, ...11.CO .. - That he would one day be chosen From the life of a wodsman he I
ory we have come to pay tribute, tribute. Yet this babe came with a i! from among the counties thousandsto turned to several other vocations with
was born in the beautiful southlandin divine mission. Born in a hovel, lead a nation through the wilder- seeming little success. But during
the state of old Kentucky, the 12th I raised amidst the most squalid surroundings !. T. J. Watkins Who Presided ness, to the borders of the promised (Continued on page 2, col. 3 of Sec- _
day of February, 1809, and died in I poor, unattractive un- !land, and only defeated from grasp- tion One.) i

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WILL AID DISTRIBUTION I der prevailing conditions, to give thei Chuluota ItemsChuluota TIlE FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE M . . . III I I I I I I I.i.i.-.--.-. .-. .=:t.

shippers the correct rates. The fact IN EUROPE

that much delay is involved in getting Fla., Feb. 10.-A very 111111REAL t

rates from the railroads, where they beautiful weddign was
solemnized
Florida Growers and Shippers' I at Because of the prevalence of foot ESTATEWe

League Will Aid in Distrib- |are not published through, was also the Baptist church here Sunday night and mouth disease in Europe and

uting Products-Work i j brought out in this investigation, the when J. Frank Story and Miss Blanch South America, importations of live

for Through Rates i l result of which has been made an exhibit Green, of Winter Park, were united in stock are now limited practically to

I which accompanied the League's the bonds of holy wedlock at eight shipments from Great Britain, Ire- --

application to the railroads for the o'clock February 7.
Scientific distribution of perishables {I land, and the Channel isles. Even .
publication of through rates to all the The church was beautifully dec- d sell all classes
is very esesntial to profitable with these countries trade has been buy and kinds of Real Estate.If .
important Western, Southwestern, orated in everygreens and calladiumswith
interrupted several times in recent I
marketing, and, while the Florida
Growers' and Shippers' League is nota Northern and Pacifific Coast markets. a bank of flowering pot plants. years, for the government does not 1 you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call

There are so advantages in The bridesmaids and
many groomsmenwere permit the importation of animals
marketing association, it is putting
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forth an earnest effort to bring abouta i i having through rates in the tariffs, Miss Sadia Blackburn and Mr. from countries where the disease exists and talk your wishes over with us.

!which must be made easily deciphera- Edwin Jacobs, Miss Josie Story, sister I
and there have been several outbreaks -
which will aid the The
condition greatly of this firm has had of
manager
ble, and the Florida growers and of the groom, and :Mr. J. M. Os- in Great Britain lately. years ,exper-
Florida growers and shippers in prop- i(
erly distributing their products. It is ,shippers should feel fortunate if the teen. Mrs. James M. Osteen, another Up to November, 1906, American ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a

1 League brings the matter to a successful sister of the groom, a bride of three ports were open to Belgium and Hol
the old, old question of freight rates, r
and unless they are published throughto conclusion in time for next months, was matron of honor, with land. In that month, however, some million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last

season's movements.The Mr. J. Tilden Jacobs as best i
man. sheep were taken into Belgium from
the markets by the Florida lines,
and will League is also making a systematic Mrs. Osteen was dressed in her own France where the disease was quite two years.
both shippers buyers alwaysbe
check of existing through beautiful wedding gown of
j snowy prevalent and brought the pestilencewith
in a quandary as to the ultimate We are well posted on the values of all classes and
cost of delivery in the markets. Flor- i rates from every shipping point in white satin with pearl decorations.Miss them. By the end of the year

ida's competitors are not handicappedin ] Florida to approximately two thou- Blackburn and Miss Story wore every province in Belgium was affected ; kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all i

this respect, for California, Texas, !sand markets in the United States j white silk with pink rose bouquetsand and Holland as well. Since that .

and other producing sections are pro- and Canada, and having the railroad pink rose in silver bandeaux. I I time both of these countries have bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real

companies correct numerous rates, at I I The bride was lovely in white satin been fighting the disease, but have i
vided with specific commodity ratesto
every market in the United States the same time regulating the whole with lace trimmings. The bridal veil not yet succeeded in eradicating it. Estate Bargains.

structure so as to remove all rates ofa was beautifully embroidered and was I
and Canada of .
any consequence.The discriminatory nature, many of caught in place by a wreath of or- LIFTING DRAFT RULE
League took notice of Florida'ssituation
which have existed ofr years. So far ange blossoms. She carried an arm
some time ago, and, in con- New York.-The lifting of the draft
as is known, this is something which bouquet of bride's roses and star jes
junction with the traffic departmentsof rule from the American Association
has never ben attempted oefore, either samines. H
several of our large shippers and :and International League wouldn't WARING REAL ESTATE COMPANYR.
individually or collectively: by The party entered to the strains ofLohengrin's j
marketing associations, has been conducting 'make them major league propositions.
Florida and bridal chorus
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growers shippers. played by I
a vigorous campaign with the I i iI Mrs. Tilden Jacobs, and formed a I President Tom Chivington of the

Florida railroads as well as a lot-of American Association, President Ed.
D. WAKING
MAY BE THE MURDERER j group around the bridal arch, under I Manager
the Southwestern and Western lines, I f jI Barrows of the International League,
fI which the bride and groom stood dur-I
in order to get complete through rate I the and the magnates of those organizations I Rooms 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone No.. 631
Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 11.-Due to ing ceremony, which included the Iring' | ;
representation necessary to readily may think so, but they are practically !- : .
information received from the Jack- vows, and was performed by Rev.'
determine, without so much delay and '! alone in their belief. 11.15tfAm ;
sonville police department, Clyde Sto- Guthridge, of Oviedo. The ring was'
uncertainty as now exists, what the
freight charges will be. In as muchas ver, a negro, was arrested last nightat carried by little Hazel Jacobs, who '': I. . . . . . . .1..I..r
Elizabethtown Tenn., in connec- had for her mate Edna Bentley who D. Davidson
the railroads are being asked to
tion with the kiiIing of II. C. and carried flowers. These were followed ;'I .
publish the lowest combination of local 1
Alonzo Gardner, of Springfield,Mass., by Evelyn Jacobs and Verlie Prevatt GOLF INSTRUCTOR
rates to the markets not now en-
in their camp near Welaka, Fla., on who scattered a profusion of rose I j
joying through rates, it would
seem
or about January 28 last. A telegram petals from the door to the arch di- Orlando Country Club
that the requests are consistent and
from the Tennessee authorities was rectly ahead of the bridal pair. j
necessary ones, and it is believed that Telephone No. 249.
received here last night giving full After the ceremony the bridal party t Leaving Florida
the League will get all it asks for in
information concerning the arrest of repaired to the home of the groom's
this connection. The whole
matter the negro. parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Story, And will Specially Price my two Properties in Winter ParkA

has been placed squarely up to the On learning that Stover had been where a delicious wedding supper was SOMETHING NICE !
railroads, so as to clearly show that
arrested Chief Frederick C. Roach I served, after which the groom took i j good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800
the publication of through rates is
notified officers of the law at Welakaof his lovely bride to their home which full bearing Orange, Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two
just as essential to the welfare of the II blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addi-
the fact. Chief Roach stated that will be at the Robert Thrasher place| Beautiful
Two Lots
industry as it is for the railroads to Building tion to making a home this property will make a yearly return on
Police Lieutenant W. B. Cahoon, who near his father's place. I
I the investment of from 10 to 25 cent, according to and
continue their custom of bringing set- On South Orange Avenue, per crop
has been following the negro for the The groom is the only son of Mr. !I market conditions, price $8,500.00; also 1
tlers into our state, and thereby increasing I
last three days, would leave Savan- and Mrs. Story and is a young man near Lake Lucerne, splen- My Residence Property in Winter Park, 12-room, New Modern

the production of perish- nah, Ga., immediately for Elizabeth- of fine character and upright qualitiesand did view of the lake, only dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front, 20 acres of

ables. town to bring the negro to Florida. those who know him feel he is 22 blocks (from business land highly improved, 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigated
The Leauge recently made some experiments garden. Property is close in, well located, close to the new
by collecting quotations of worthy the charming prize he has center, nice big shade trees Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough for

Safe Guess won for all time. I &c. the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale,t$16-
rates to the
West and Southwest froma shrubbery, adjourning
We have no special interest in hte The bride is the youngest daughter' 500, and will give possession in 30 days. i

number of carriers, and in several second Jacksonville municipal primary of Mrs. Green and is a prety and loveable | lotto one of the best res See owner only. Write or phone me for a date and I wilMsend

instances, three, four and five rail- dences in city.-For sale my car to any place in Orange County to show you these properties.
but just from the outside observations young lady and will make a love- by

roads quoted different rates to a given we have made and from ly mistress for the home she has:' WALTER W. ROSE TCD. F. KlUEZTGLBOX
point. This was done
merely to the general trend of public thoughtwe promised to grace. j
illustrate the 33: WINTER PARK FLORIDA
position of the shipperand REAL ESTATE ,
risk the assertion that Van Swear- The best wishes of a host of friends
the inability of the representa- follow the their life Rooms I & 3 Watkins Block Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places.
engen will be named as the nomineefor happy pair on
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BIRDS ABSOLUTELY fully all reports of violations made to Kingdom witnessed the fall of Prince
PROHIBITED the department's inspectors and war- Louis with more chagrin than the MillMIIIMItill

. dens and to prosecute all such viola- king. I
From the number of letters which tions in the federal courts. In this
. they have received on the subject re- connection it is pointed out that pros- i LOCOMOTIVES TESTED
centy, officials of the department be- ecutions may be instituted at any I The Good and Bad Store
: lieve that sportsmen may uninten- time within three years of the of- j Bluefield, W. Va.-What was a day Cigar
tionally violate the provisions of the fense. i dream of a great inventor has just A
federal migratory bird law, which it '!been realized by a test made here on
is the purpose of the government to THRONE OF KING GEORGE IS the most powerful electric locomotive *
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I enforce rigidly. Under the provisionsof THREATENED BY BRITISH ever built. Fourteen thousand horsepower i
this law no waterfowl can be shot GERMANPHOBIA I was used to start a single full I Ii
in the northern or breeding zone after I j i tonnage train, while nearly eight Headquarters for Aviators'
January 15, except in New Jersey, London. Eng.-A shadow hovers ''thousand' was used to propel it, on
f where the season extends to February near the British throne. It is caused the Elkhorn division of the Norfolk i
1. In most of the southern or winter- by a little cloud which only the most & Western railroad, which has just A
ing zone the season closes February discerning notice. The intense hatredin been electrified. These giant locomotives \
1, but extends to February 15 in Flor- Britain of all things German wer built especially to haul the
I ida, Georgia, and South Carolina. should cause anxiety in the breast of heavy freight trains over the steep Smoke Wright Brothers "AEROPLANES"Newspapers
These regulations were proclaimed ont King George V., and there are unmistakable mountain grade of this division. &
October 1, 1914. No change has since signs that it does. Will
. been made in them, and no change is the tiny cloud prow blacker and more JUDGES OF VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS -
likely! to be made until the constitutionality ominous? j Magazines, and Post Cards .
t of the law has been passed To Americans, accustomed to seeing '
i on by the United States supreme I the descendants of a score of Vegetables H. Hoffner, E. F.
r court. As a matter of fact, the law races dwelling together in harmony, Sperry. for Harley-Davidson '
E provides that all changes in the regulations it is difficult to conceive the heights I I Citrus Fruits-J. A. Smith, of Far- Agent Motorcycles
i must be considered for a period and depths to which hate here has i go, Fla.
l of ninety days, and then must come. It has extended to everything I I Art-Miss Jennie Willetts, of Lake-
: be approved and signed by the president with the slightest German suggestion j land.

; before they become effective. It Every man, woman or child with Ger- J I Poultry-F. J. Marshall, College
is thus evident that there is no possi- man blood in his veins is made to Park, Ga.; Henry C. Dfpple, of In- 129 S. Orange Ave.
, bility that the prohibiton of spring feel it. And in this blood category ;!dianapolis, Ind.
shooting will be in any way modified fall the royal family. j Horses-'V.. Davis, J. II. Farris.
l this year. How the wind is veering was seen;; Dogs-Seth Woodruff.
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!! the hitter club, he that is such Moley a valuable wouldn't man trade to Rndley's' Pioneer Paint &)Wall Paper Store'

him for a share of stock in the U. S.
4 I am toe treasury. ;

Last summer a Birmingham jeweler Has always on hand a large and well selected .

"Littlem offered a life sized silver bat and stock of Wall Papers High Grade Varnishes, Paints,

Il ball to the most valuable man on the Brushes, Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies.
Trained Nurse Baron ball club. The thing was left

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CONTRACTORS FOR PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING

1 am goingtotell )) ''lI/: j jD jf the He prize is a by modest a safe young margin.fellow and a ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU. *

gentleman both on and off the field.

you where tobuyall lie is intelligent and intends to enter FINDLEY'S PIONEER \
into a business career as soon as his

of your ; f days on the diamond have finished. PHONE 67 Corner Pine and Court a
w Ellam and :Marcan have been to the
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You viII see me ROY ELLAM, SHORTSTOP OF THE comrade on the on plays the so Keystone familiar sack.to his old I Have Your Sewer Connections':' :

BIRMINGHAM
veekMERCK'S BALL CLUB
every I Captain Roy winters in Pennsylvania. -

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Roy Ellam is captain of the Bir- :Run I1.1.
Barons on an invasion to Cuba the
mingham Barons,who will start train-
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ing here February 25. Ellam plays
PHARMACY short and is recognized as one of the made three times the blond haired Price, under brick or where cut exceeds 6 feet, I

fastest men in the Southern League, youth has been on a baseball tour to 20 cents per foot; cut less than 6 feet, 15 cents per ', ',

when it comes to fielding his position.He Cuba. foot. Card to P. O. Box No. 16 will bring our man '
--- lie has not signed his contract as *
covers more ,ground than a snow to see you.
yet, but Manager Molesworth an- 4
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as Roy never signs till right before F. D. Harrey & Co.
Orlando will have a chance of seeing

this arm at its best when the team the surprised season to starts.see him"I wait would until not we be . . . . . -MIIIIMMMIMMM -. .tlllllf
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J JOF since has Manager been some Molesworth few years drafted ago ,got: signs back,"from said the the Orlando manager trip the beforehe other


Ellam from a Class D league. Ellamwas day.Besides
GENUINEPanama the exhibition games that
green as a gourd at that time
will be staged in Orlando with the big
and hadn't played much ball. He
THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S
league clubs the Barons will take on
wrote Moley that he was anxious to
HatsAT the Jacksonville and Columbus, Ga.,
come to Birmingham, and added: "I
clubs when they start on their north-
haven't got a uniform, and am writ- TRANSFERDr.
ward march back home.
ing to ask whether you furnish themor
THEExhibition
not?" B. D. WIENENGA, Prop.
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Building from the start and a Cincinnati big FOR BIG PENSION

league scout looked him over and car- FUND Livery, Draying and Hauling
ried him to the majors for a try-out.

Fair GroundsAt His weakness with the willow up .
Chicago, Feb. .-A. campaign fora .
there, however, deprived him of his
major league berth and he has been fund of $11,600,000 provide for WE GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
retired ministers and for widows and
$1.75 $2.75 $3.75 and up playing with Birmingham ever since.While .
orphans of ministers of the Metho-
in Cincinnati, Jack Ryder, celebrated -
dist Episcopal church of the United
baseball humorist" nicknamed States has been decided on at the an- AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
Ellam "Slippery Elmn, and many of .
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l. \ the fans now use that name when
claimants of the church here.
speaking of the white crested Baron- ence for
There are 7,000 claimants in the Country Driving Eight or Ten Solicited
ical shortstop.
States, it was said.
United
I He is one of the most willing workers HORSES FOR SALE

I ever appearing on any ball club,
MARK M. SABLO :and this fact caused Manager :Moles- :Mr. O. H. Page, superintendent of
transportation of the Atlantic Coast 'Phone 257. Orlando, FloridaI000000INONEBILL
i worth to make him captain. He realized I
Line, with headquarters in Jackson-
that he had much to learn and
ILargest Retail Distributor of Panamas in the States.tlllllllllltlilMIIMItlliilllllllt I ville, spent yesterday in Orlando on
he listened to the able coaching of

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A prime necessity of life is furnished from a pumping Light and Pewer is factor which is very importantin
plant of 5,000,000 gallons daily capacity and a very complete the development of a town. In our station we have four
system of mains. The source is a spring-fed lake, yielding a generating units with an aggregate capacity of 1,000 Kilowatts
soft, clear, tasteless and PURE water, which is one of Or- per hour. Our distribution system is ample and ex- I
l lando's boasts. Our citizens are justly proud of the Orlando tensive,properly constructed and maintained. Visiting utilitymen
water, and many people have come here to live largely be- have expresed amazement at the rapid growth of this department -
cause it is so agreeable and wholesome. and especially the development of our motor busi-
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For Cooking, Heating, and Lighting is a convenience in Is a commodity which has become a necessity. Our
factory has a daily capacity of sixty tons. Pure Ice manufact-
tile economy of the modern home which is very much appre-
from distilled water is essential,and the of
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ciated by all who become familiar with its advantages. A
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
rooms, Auto trucks and delivery wagons, for the accommodation -
high standard. A full line of gas appliances is carried on dis-
play at our office, enabling our customers to select from a of the public.
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I . 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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LETTER FROM WASHINGTON [for permanent exhibits and bureausof French. The embassy building cost
information for all the states in half a million dollars and the interior.
Washington, Feb. 5, 1915. :.connection with a hall large enough decorations are the richest the writer
Editor Sentinel: to hold any convention that comes to has seen outside of government struc
It will be recalled that the Orlando Washington, and such functions as tures.
Board of Trade at its meeting on inaugural balls.Assistant SIGMA.
'January 4 of this year passed a res- I.I Secretary Conner of the
,olution favoring the establishment of ,Washington Board of Trade informs MAITLAXD MENTION
a permanent Florida exhibit and bu- I me that the Orlando resolutions will _____ t
I reau of information at Washington, come up for consideration at a meet- Mr. S. G. Goss. of Chicago, Ilk ar-
1 :| and that copies of that resolutionwere I ing of the executive committee on rived at the Maitland Inn Tuesday,
rw.A.y sent to various other commer- next Monday evening, and that there where he and his daughter Miss Ha-
ciall organizations in Florida and is every reason to believe that the zel Goss, will spend the remainder of
I Washington.The I action will be favorable for the :the season.
p copy sent to the Washington Washington board long ago appoint- :I Mr. Fred Vanderpool is spendingthe
TO THE FIRST PARTY WHO AGREESTO Chamber of Commerce met a prompt I ed a committee to handle the matter week with his parents, :\11". and
BUILD A MODERN COTTAGE |and hearty recognition from the of a permanent national exposition.The Mrs. I. Vanderpool.
secretary, Mr. Thomas Grant, a live exposition at Washington is The guests of the Maitland Inn
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with not less than six rooms I will Western man who'knows the value of one of the certainties of the near future gave a "birthday surprise patt,.." for
such exhibits. I am privileged to but nothing can take away from Dr. Stuart Tuesday night. There was
sell any lot I own in Orlando for state that he sent the following let- Florida the honor of being the first dancing in the dining room and
Y a ter to Orlando as soon as he saw the in the field-if she does get there.I bridge with prizes in the living room.
ONE HALF ITS VALUE resolutions: Meanwhile, it would be interesting to I I About eleven o'clock the birthday
I January 15, 1915. hear from Brother Howard as to what ,;cake, decorated with roses and pink
'Mr. C. E. Howard, Secretary other commercial organizations in'':candles, was brought in and cake, ice
Orlando Board of Trade, Florida are doing about it. I!I cream and coffe ewer served.
d' '- .L'e3 CARL DAWN REAL ESTATECO. Orlando, Florida. Some fine Sample boxes of oranges !! Mrs. S. G. Goss, of Chicago, who
My Dear Mr. Howard: The perfunctory and grapefruit recently sent to the i came South with her daughter Miss
:( acknowledgement of your splendid Department of the Interior Home : Hazel Goss, returned home Thursday.
resolutions with regard to a permanent I Club by Dr. P. Phillips, of Orlando, Mme Giecke and Miss Essen, of
Promoters ofCONCORD- exhibit in the National Capital, attracted much favorable attention, Baltimore are at the Maitland Inn.
:was made in my absence. and many of the members of the 'I The dancing class meets at the Inn
!!I I am delighted beyond measure club are wanting to get some of the I every Thursday morning from 10:30
over the first step towards what I believe fruit when the orders are made by to 12:30.Ir.. Lillard, of Orland,, is
i will be a splendid thing for your the manager of the club. The sam- I the instructor.Mr. .
state. ples sent by Mr. Mahlon Gore and I and Mrs. E. D. Brigham, of
I! The exhibit of'California in At- Dr. Phillips have proven to those who Chicago, arrived at the Inn Tuesday
PARK ilantic] City, which has been seen by tested them that Orange county afternoon. Mr. Brigham was 'not
''I'[hundreds of thousands of people grows the best citrus fruits in the well when they arrived but the Won-
j each year, has invariably suggested to world. The local market is now overstocked derful Florida sunshine and air are
;me why does not Florida do the same with fruit. Quantities of ap- making him feel much better.
I thing at the Capital, where so many ples are still on hand, and orange Services will be held at 11 o'clock
II more people would see it? I believe growers are dumping their crops in every Sunday morning during the remainder -
COLONIAL PARK that the Atlantic City exhibit is self- here by the car load some of it in of the season at the Churchof
.sustaining, and certainly with the sulk, loose in the cars without box- the Good Shepherd. The Rev.Henry -
wonderful products of your state, so ing, but with floorings and layers of Graft, of Philadelphia, will have
much in demand by the cosmopolitan hay arranged to keep the fruit from charge of the services. Last Sunday
residents and visitors to his mecca of crushing of its own weight. No doubt we had the pleasure of having pr.
HIGHLAND GROVE the tourist and sightseer, there is no after a while the market will im Rickert with us, who introduced ;Ir.
reason why a representative exhibit, prove. A better system of distribu- Graff as an.old friend.
'worth an untold amount to you in tion would allow all the poor people
:an advertising way, should not be an I Ito enjoy oranges, and they need themas TYRUS COBB \
I actual profit in this city. well as any one else. Dr. Wiley, t
I I will be flad to take this up ina the celebrated chemist and authorityon I New York.-Ty Cobb has take it
COLONIAL HILLS practical way, in any committee you food at a lecture before the Home j I upon himself to "pan" the Fed tal
I may have appointed to this end, and Club the other night, dwelt upon the League-the very same organizationthat
lend every aid possible. necessity of fruit as an article of
I enabled Tyrus to get a boost in
Has the matter been discussed with diet.The salary from a reported $9,000 a year
ALTALOMA your Senators and Representativesin writer dined at the Russian to his present reported salary* of
any way? embassy last week, at the special invitation $15,000 a year. }
Sincerely yours, of the Ambassador and Madame Ty, who has been drawing dawn
THOMAS GRANT, Bakhmeteff, and let some fine soft money this winter for permitting
Secretary. samples of Florida fruit there as a the use of his name to articles that
I At a meeting of the Washington personal compliment. Perhaps these undoubtedly are written by some dne
Chamber of Comerce held on Wed- and other diplomats may in time take else, permits it to be said under Jkis
nesday evening of this week the Or- Orlando in during their midwinter I signature that "the Feds are using;
lando resolution was referred to the pleasure trips. Baron Bakhmeteffand trickery, bribery" and other things Ito
executive committee of the Chamber: his wife are highly intelligent, !lure ball players from their insecure
with full power to act. Robert N. courteous and refined people whom it i roosts in organized baseball. |
Harper, one of the leading bankers of is good to know. Without the slightest I t
Washington made a speech favoringthe effort they could turn the
Umbrellas recovered and repaired
erection of immense the table from
an buildingon sation at "
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conver-I you at Young's Repir
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most sanguine investor. The properties we. have to offer embrace some of the most attractiveand

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

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

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

I Improved an Unimproved Lands and Groves. As this company finances all their deals we offer more liberal terms than can 1

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

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