Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00484
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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 14, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00484
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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If Britain Does Not Permit Delivery AUDITOR SAYS NEW CITY
of Foodstuffs Retal- HALL IS BADLY


Washington, Feb. 13.AmbassadorVon ORlANDO AUDITORIn -

Bernstorff, acting under instruc- VESSELS : INFURIATED BEAST IS SUB-

tions from the Berlin foreign office, 1914 Showing Sufficiently Great : Orlando Life In DUED BY TWO FIRE
called upon Secretary Bryan today your report yesterday you lead
and delivered a warning to the MADE PURCHASES SINCE AUG. 1 That Surplus Fund Would i the public to believe that the city has ParagraphGOOD : EXTINGUISHERSTRAINER

United States that if the British gov- Pay Interest on New received no interest from the Peoples i i

ernment does not permit the Wilhel- Leaders Claim That Options City Hall National Bank for the proceeds of the RECORD I I HAS NARROW ESCAPEWas
mina with its cargo cf foodstuffs to ; sewerage and paving bonds money
Were Vessels Two drunks and two gamblers
Obtained were
go through to Germany, that German on and that the city should receive 2per I
REMARKS OF AUDITOR J. D. fined in police court yesterday, mak-
authorities will take steps in retalia- Since War Was cent. Most Exciting Performance -
MITCHILL MAKING I ing the total number of drunks for
tion that indirectly dan- This unjust and false statement
may prove t
Begun REPORT TO CITY: fair week eight as compared with Ever Witnessed in Orlando -
gerous to American shipping. would pass unnoticed by.me if it did
Ambassador" Bernstorff urged upon Washington, -Feb. 13.Republicanleaders I not cast an unjust insinuation againstthe fifty for last year. -Crowd Intensely
Secretary Bryan firmly and insistently today privately advised thosein "A new City Hall is badly estimable gentlemen who are WERE CLASSMATESHon. Strained by IncidentThe
that the United States should not charge of the administration ship needed for the purposes of the serving the city as bond trustees and
in action by Great Brit- If the above as.councilmen. Jesse A. Boyce, of Sioux
acquiesce any purchase bill that unless it containedan departments. average most exciting performance of
ain designed to starve out the civil absolute prohibition against the of gain ($861.74) in fines I say unjust because you know dif- Falls, S. D., is the guest of Hon. J.M. this, or perhaps of any other sessionof

population of Germany.He purchase of vessels in any belligerent and forfeitures ($;),.155.15) in ferently, and I say false because the Cheney. Judge Cheney and Mr. Boyce the Orlando fair occurred yester-

told the secretary that interna- country, no vote would be permittedon the Police Court is sustainedit facts below will prove it. were room mates and graduated the I day afternoon during one of the per-

tional law did not sanction the with- the measure in the senate and the would equal 5 per cent in. I say that you knew these facts be same year from Boston University in formances of trained animals in the
holding of food supplies from non- of $16,000)) cause they 1885, and since that time, have not:
filibuster against this bill and hte terest on an amount were thoroughly; gone over Johnny Jones shows.
combatants in a belligerent country. posed cloture rule would be continued pro- I That could be expended in sucha last year as well as this, when I told seen each other. Mr. Boyce is a lawyer i|' About half of the program of that

The cargo of the Wilhelmina, he until March 4. building." you myself, and you dare not denyit with a state wide reputation in particular show had been filled by the

said, was intended for noncombatants No other concessions, regardless of i 1' The cost of maintenance for I because you would thereby prove South Dakota. ]i performances of the bears, leopardsand

in Germany and that Germanywas their character, will swerve the Republicans 'I the police court was $IJ;>93.41 your incompetency, for a competent -o- I i cats, when the large lion was
willing this cargo should be distributed unless this prohibition is in 1914. Consequently it will\ auditor would not be satisfied with TO TAFT I taken out of his cage into the heavily

under the supervision of included.The be seen from the auditor's fig- dealing with mere figures but would George Denison and family, who grated ring for his part of the per-

American consular agents. Republicans charge there is ures that the earning capacityof insist upon knowing why those fig- have lived in Orlando for the past formance.

Any reprisal she might take to pre- good reason to believe that certain the police court is very greatas : ures exist. three years, moved yesterday to Taft, I Young Charles Solomon, the Orlando -

vent the starving of her civil popula- powerful interests in New York in it more than pays for the The facts as I explained them to where he will improve his farm and boy, is the trainer of this lion and

tion, the ambassador thought, wouldbe which they say friends of those highin maintenance of the police department I you reflect great credit on the bond place it in readiness for cultivation was in this ringed cage when the lion

fully justified, and the ambassadormade official government life are promi- and leaves a neat trustees and I am content to abide by when the drainage canal is completed. entered in a bad humor.

clear that unless the United nent, either obtained options on these surplus.At I public opinion as to the merit the - The minute the trainer ordered the
States did uphold the right of Ger- I Peoples National Bank deserves. EUGENE: BREWER SICK
vessels or made loans on them since .lion to get in position he rebelled and
many and have the cargo distributedto the war began. I I I The trustees were unable to sell The Sentinel learns with regret l i I when an effort was made to compelhim
I the meeting of the city council
her civil population under the : The compromise of the construction : their sewerage bonds, as the law stip- that Mr. Eugene Brewer, one of its ,, to do duty he made a vicious
guarantee already given, the United 'of the Weeks' naval auxiliary bill and I II yesterday the 1914 report of J. D.I ulaloil they must be sold at par, valued subscribers at Drennen Station i: lunge at the trainer with a snarl that
States would make herself responsible I the Gore substitute with the two years Mitchill, who has been auditing the I I whereas the highest offer they received is seriously sick, and that his I I carried terror with it.

to that extent for such conse- termination clause and which receivedthe I city books, was received and ap-I was considerably below par. friends are very much concerned I The lash and blank cartridges ordi-
proved. He was also paid $375.30 for
quences as might ensue through the administration O. K. last nightwas : The proposition was made to each about his condition. narily used had no effect, and Mana-
acts of Germany in making reprisal.The his work. The report is comprehensive. of the Orlando banks to take the
introduced in the house today in -oAT ger Wilson at once saw a dangerous
warning thought to be clear- the guise of a resolution. bonds at par and retain the funds DELANO propositon on hand, and with the skill

ly a forecast of the attitude which Ther seems little doubt that the Assets without interest until used, thereby Messrs. Jos. II. Jones and Victor of only a man accustomed to training
will take in her to the Total fixed assets, $355t70..t9; to-
Germany will paying the city the interest on the animals command for the trainer -
measure pass. Starbuck spent yesterday in DeLand gave
note of the American government on tal stocks, $600; total sinking fund, funds in advance, but the difference atetnding to legal matters for clients i to keep his eye on the animal and
the subject of the North sea war zone $11,249.96; total current assets, $107- between the best bid and I
par was so keep off his attacks with the pedestals -
before Perkins.0
918.85. Total assets, $473,439.30.Liabilities; .
blockade which Germany has de- : SHAW i great that the interest rate was con- -- --- I and firing in his face, while he
clared. I I sidered prohibitive and the offer l
was SERIOUSLY ILL and other employes attempted to attract
Total bonds outstanding, $283,000; only accepted by the Peoples National Mrs. N. P. Yowell left yesterday I the infuriated animal to other
The Men's Equal Suffrage Leagueof
suspended warrants, $321.51. Total
London Statement Bank after the other banks had re- of the back into his call.
; parts ring or
Orlando and Mary Augusta Saf- liabilities : afternoon for College Park, Ga., on .I
London Feb. 13.-The Germans ad- $283,321.51.'et surplus, fused the offer and the
saw i All efforts failed and the ugly at- .
ford, president of the Florida Equal $192,117.79. account of the serious illness of her
mit the success of the British aero- no chance to sell their bonds to fur- tacks frightened the crowd so that aI
j student at the ;
Suffrage Association, sent the follow- son, Richard, who is a :
plane raid of Thursday but declare Slayer's Court nish the city with its much needed N. they began to scatter but on requestof
Georgia Military Academy.Ir.
f' ing telegram last night to Dr. Anna List year the mayor's court earned
done the bombs
the only damage by Howard Shaw, who is resting at Flor- from fines and forfeitures sewerage plant. P. Yowell left for that point Thurs- Captain Wilson most of them remained -
dropped T5y the raiders was to the ence Villa: I I repeat that a competent auditor day night and is now with his son.BANKER as he said their going would
civil population.The DepartmentLast { should ferret out this information (if I only increase the attacks upon the
"We with thousands of
raiders themselves claim, how- join your year it cost $4,593.41 to main- I it was not furnished him) and should victim.
friends all over the country in wish- tain the HERE
ever, that a number of military sta- ingOU happy victorious and police department.Fire j figure out the rate of interest which Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Cissna, of i After other severe methods failed
tions along the coast were wrecked. many DepartmentLast I was paid in advance on this money, and
fire extinguishers brought
of Washington C. H. Ohio, are among I
glorious your birthday. it ,
Several artillery actions in Belgium year cost $3,753.76 to main- and do and in this .
thereby justice,
I two streams of water were trained on
be for lib the happy and contended visitors now
May you always young tain the fire department.
were reported by the erty." case render most accurate praise for sojourning in Orlando. They are I the eyes of the lion with such force
statement from Paris. White Way 'f the shrewd bargain driven by the that he turned his head momentarily
pleasantly located at 407 South Or-
Dr. Shaw, who spoke at the fairgrounds
White Way for 1914 I
Signal defeat by the French in the expense bond trustees in that they received avenue. Mr. Cissna is presi- to avoid the water, and in this very
Thursday is celebrating her ange
of Souain admitetd by amounted to $90.01.An the thousand dollars
was for about
region j city two bank. brief interval Solomon was
birthday today.MEETS dent of the Midland National young
Paris tonight following a fierce battle InventoryFire more than the two per cent. in- I quickly taken out of a side door and

fought in a raging blizzard. department equipment froman i j terest you claim should be paid them. I thus his life saved.

The French forces have been driven A TRAGIC DEATHEdward inventory shows an investment of j I Virtually the same conditions exist NO FOOD TAMPICO The rage of the lion at thus being
$8,760.05. To this must be added the JT
from their advantageous position in ion'I' the paving bonds. foiled was terrific and his leaps and
that vicinity.An $6,000 expended recently for the new I. I certainly regret that I have been roars showed the vicious intent of
official statement 'was received motor fire truck which has not yet obliged in justice to all concerned to
I this monster.
A. Sphaler Crushedto 300 Americans Leave Tampicofor
from France, and explains the defeat ; arrived. : make this open statement, as it should Nearly a half hour of strenuous effort
Death When His Auto i IEx'pended 'I United States-Many
by the Germans, declaring that the Sewerage '. have come from you, in your report, I and skillful handling was con
French troops were hopelessly out- Turned Turtle prior to 1914 on sewer- instead of the statement you made, Destitute Families in sumed in getting him back into his
numbered and the blizzard made it YesterdayA (Continued on page 6) 't I (Continued on page 6) Interior cage.

impossible for the artillery to render I i I Solomon displayed unusual nerve,
them effective support. tragedy that marred fair week Washington, Feb. 13.State de- although it was plain that this was
The Germans claim taking more was the death of Edward A. Sphaler, Sidelights On Recent Fair partment advices today from Tam- fast ebbing away under the continuedand

than 1,200 yards of trenches held a chauffeur, 24 years old, son of Mr. pico say that one of the most serious severity of the attacks, as he did
the French in the north of :\ b.I'and Mrs. W. G. Sphaler, of Taft. who ,I By Orlando's Expert Observer elements of danger in that districtat feel that the young man's time had
the northwest of Menehould. to his death when the
to came automo- |I was trying to get away from him and ,
The French attack on Sudelkop, bile in which he was driving the present time is the food situa- I out of the cage.

the Vosges, is reported to have been turned on the Conway road over-I (By W. S. Branch) at his office in Sanford but brought tion. The manner in which every man

easily repulsed. County Home, three miles I with him his most winning smile and i There is practically no food, and connected with the performance stood
of Orlando, yesterday morning at I I. If S. E. Ives, Sr., has an attack of about 300 Americans left Tampico for by the trainer in his precarious posi-
BALL SWEEPSTAKES RESULTS about 2 o'clock, although the body acute gastritis this week it will be, every one was giving him the glad I II the United States, and there is still tion and the excited orders hurriedly

was not discovered until 6 o'clock. I I j because he is trying to consume all I hand: and a "welcome to our city." some destitute American families in given led most of the spectators to

A. R. Wren --__--______-- SS-18-70 His face and portions of his body i the pastry and other eatables on oThe the interior who will be sent north. per by Mr. Fred Stanley on "An Agri-

Dr Swift ______uuu 93-18-75 wer blackened. Death was instanta-i j which his wife drew first prize at the Limit Many American colonists have de- come, and the young man himself
Judge Warlow ___________ 88-12-76 neous it is thought. He was well I! fair. lie might better divide with One of the Boy Scouts thought he cided to sell out and abandon Mexicoas thought so, and the reaction after he

Dr. Williams _____________ 96-18-78 known to a large number of peoplein his friends. had the limit of "Ask Me" when a a place of residence, said the state escaped was noticeable.
Carl Dann --___--____--__ 88880 Orlando. He was an automobile -0- tourist from Indiana inquired if Sec- department.A Captain Wilson afterward stated
S. Y. Way _______________ 9 -18-80 chauffeur and considered an excellent I A Cloud Rider retary O'Xeal was Irish. dispatch to the department from that the animal would not again be

Dr. Stagg ________u______ 87879 driver. He is survived by his parentsand Carl Kuhl says it is more. fun to -oQuack Eagle Pass says the forces of Villa put into the ring until he had been
A. D. Maloney ___________ 901080J. four brothers and three sisters. I ride up among the clouds in his -biplane Quack! have evacuated Monclovia and Car- thoroughly subjugated, which requires -
B. Rahn _u____________ 90486 To the grief stricken family the Sen- han it was to ride around Or- Wm. Edwards, of Zellwood, can afford -I ranza troops have reoccupied the time and skillful handling.

J. M. Beyer ______________ 981880G. tinel unites with many others in expressing lando in John Rowland's auto deliv- to crowd a bit and quack con- town. .

W Porter _____________ 97l81 sympathy.The ery wagon. siderable considering the fact that he President Dickson Well PleasedH.
F. L. Guernsey u_________ 93-14-79 funeral services will be held -o- took the blue ribbon on pullets and Mrs. J. W. Simmons, president of H. Dickson said last night that

this morning at 11', o'clock from the Too Young to Raise Whiskers ducks in such a collection of prize the Ladies' Aid Society of the Methodist he was well pleased with the Sub- ...
POULTRY EXHIBIT OPEN TODAYIt Hand undertaking Iparlors on Pine Sheriff Gordon and Chief of Police winners as those seen at the fair. church, announced last night tropical Midwinter Fair that came to

street Rev. Turner officiating. Smith are both too young to raise - that about $80 had resulted from the a close yesterday."The .

was anounced last night that no whiskers, but they round upthe Quite Right "tag" day campaign yesterday for the fair has been very gratifyingto
chickens had been taken from the TIlE WEATHER I crooks and criminals as fast as they Secretary O'Neal, President Dick- organ fund of the church. the officials," said Mr. Dickson,
poultry exhibit at the fair grounds Florida Cloudy Sinday; jrobably .strike the town. son and Dave Lockhart seem to be "and' we are pleased. First we were

and that the exhibit will be open to- showers in north p rtion. Mondayfair -0- the right men in the right places Come to us for Books, Stationery, blessed with excellent weather whichwe
., day to all those who may desire to in north, prob!*Iy showers in I 1 Bob Was Here and rhould each be given a life sen- Music School and Office Supplies, had not anticipated; second, the

l! view the birds. peninsular. | I| Bob Holly left most of his top hair tence. Curtis & O'Neal, Orange,Avenue. I. (Continued on page 6) 1'


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HOTELSTHE R. R. RATE HEARING I and this will come only when coercion ;MMMIMMMIMMiiliI IM III . "II-J 1
and threats and misrepresentations :

Tallahassee, Fla.-The railroad regarding our so-called "infant indus- I Seeds Seeds
commissioners are today sending out tries" shall recognize the millions Seed s

KEYSTONE HOTELCorner notices for a hearing to be held be- upon millions who need "protection"from
fore them at their office at Tallahassee the alleged "business interests.
West and Church Streets
on the morning of February 23 I wonder why Tourist does not reverse NEW STORE E
Splendid service Excellent tooms. Hot and cold water. One of the best
cooks in the state. Rates J7.50 per week and up. Special rates to parties to consider and determine whether or his observation long enough to
wishing table board. not they ought to allow certain short recognize that only when the mass NEW SEEDS j

W. G. DUNCAN, Prop line railroads operating in this state I is protected will each molecule receiveits ,
to increase their rates for the transportation own, instead of protecting the 1
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of articles moving under molecule to help the mass. Sweet Corn, Field Corn, Peas, Beans, Etc. Vc *
THE WINDERMEREChoice Class P. The lines of railroads to be But enough, lest some one will accuse seeds '
guarantee our to be fresh.
considered in the proposed increaseof u::: of setting into politcs.ANOTHER A
Location All Modern Conveniences rates are: VIEW.
Don't be disappointed, come [to us [for Drugs
Excellent Table Good Water Reasonable Rates Apalachicola Northern Railroad and Garden Seed.City
company. Take a slant at the want ad=. .
On Beautiful Lake Lucerne, Orlando, Fla. Atlanta & St. Andrews Bay Rail- --- -- --- I

way company. Dr. S. S. Jones
Birmingham, Columbus C St. An-
THE BEST FISHING drews Railroad company. CHIROPRACTOR Drug Store ii ii"A
Florida, Alabama & Gulf Railroad
On main country road, four miles east of Clermont and three miles west of company. graduate Davenport College, 17 and

Ookland; 16 miles west of Orlando, at Bear's Gap Station, T. & G. R. R. Gulf, Florida & Alabama Railway 209.18 Yowell-Duckworth Intelligent building; phone GOOD DRUG STORE"J.
Parking place for Autos. Fine Pier and Pavilion and Picrtic Grounds. Tripsto people everywhereare
company. being restored to health by chiro- t
wonderful "Boiling Springs. Steel Motor and Row Boats, well equipped, Live Oak, Perry & Gulf Railroad practic adjustments, the new science L. DE.AN" Fh.G.
for hire. Agents for Ferro Motors and :Mullin's Steel Boats. company. I of removing the cause of disease. Ex- ,.

Oakland Office with T. Connell, Grocer. Telephone at residence, "Collier Madison Southern Railway com- amination free. 12- 4-1mo '.. . . . . . . . . . . . . .-Mi
Grove," call Monte Verde. Pavilion on pier. Can be engaged for dancing pany. SIGNS \

purposes. :Marianna & Blountstown Railroad
company. A
Lake Hancock & Clennont Railroad Gold Leaf and Aluminum, on
Home Comforts Service Finest Rooms in City company. Glass or Wood WRIGHT SEED CO...

Sanitary Inspection Rated 100 Ocala & Southeastern Railroad Cloth Signs and Big Bulletinsa i

company. specialtyI We carry the Largest Stock of Seed in
Pensacola & Perdido Railroad com-
pany. have Morgan with me and can Orange County. Agents for the eleb. a-
Pensacola, Alabama & Tennessee give prompt serviceGEO.A.BARKER ted National Guano, Fertilizers

BARTLETT., Prop. Railroad company. ...
South Georgia Railway company. 206 So. Orange Ave.
Tampa & Jacksonville Railway com- 110 West Pine
European Plan 15 West Pine St., pany. St.

Rooms with Bath Orlando, Fla. Tavares & Gulf Railroad company. DoctorsBhekiUastel' I I
Georgia & Florida Railway com-
pany.These lines in their petitions for an & Bmndagc
TOURISTS ATTENTION! increase of Class P rates, claim that

We Serve the Finest'Jfeals in Orlando account of unfavorable financial con- OSTEOPATHS III
ditions and the small movement of : lill lillj
Prepared by our New York Cook instruction under Dr. Stillat [ '
Class P articles they are not gettinga Kirksville10. .

109 Rooms Bath, Steam Heat. 81.00 i fair of remuneration these articles for, the and transportation pray for- Hours, 9 to. 12: ; 1 to 5; Evenings byappointment. 'V f. :t ;.

relief. The notice for the hearing _
I::::? S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
Electric Elevator 0 Hot and Cold Water proposes to increase the rates as National Dank. Phone 578. "
now operated by these lines under the I j BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS t I I

rates operated by these lines prior to 1:1:
Comes to those who ElTecthe from August 1, 1914 to August
buy "old garden jl
the issuance of said order-that is to t
54 Light Housekeeping Rooms the under seed." Our store is new, our seeds 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduction .
say, rates as now operated
are fresh. Don't be disappointed.Come during that time:
Order No. 431 are for a 5-mile haul A
load for 20-mile haul, to us for pure drugs and fresh
ROSSMORE INNWindermere $4.00 per car ; a Touring Car - $555.00Runabout
$6.80 per car load; for a 50-mile haul, garden seed. City Drug Store, J. L .
$9.20 per car load. The proposed increased Dean. 2-3-2wksc 505.00F.

rates would fix the chargesfor O. B. Orlando. All can fully "1 pped. A
This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric transportation for these distancesat PHONE 646
lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with farther, we will be able to btain the mniamm efficiency. aIn
$5.00 for a 5 or 10-mile haul; $7.00 AUTO FOR HIRE oar factory production, and the minimum co: t i oar
bath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish- for a 20-mile haul, and $10.00 for a FIRST CLASS REP AIRI-iG- purchasing and gala departments if we r-ath aa ..&,at of ,
ing. Rates $12.00 per week and Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. lOO.tOO ear between the above date
up. 50-mile haul.Notices .
BARNARD & SON And ......lcI we reach tbia production, we acne to pay aa _
of this hearing are also being I the buyer" share from S4* to !" per ear (- or ..... "
---- ---- --- 17 Hnghey Street Jrlando, Fla.
I retail buyer who purchase a new
sent out to boards of trade and A..I.Un) to every t
12-10-Aiii Ford car between Amgutt 1. lilt and August 1. ISIS.
THE OSCEOLASTEAM lumbermen's organizations, inviting For farther particular regarding theca low price. and prop0
them and all others interest to appearat harinr plan aeo
the hearing and present any argu-
ments that they may have againstthe .

Magnolia and Robinson Ave J. W. HURLEY Manager proposed increase. I Phone 226JONES .


Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round ,.

European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite Editor Sentinel-In your paper last
week was an article signed "Tourist," 26 WEST PINE STREET

that prompts me to present another
view. Unlike Tourist I was born, PHONE 122 ,
raised and trained in the north but

have come to the southland for a per-
W manent home. I, too, want to see the Best Plumbing at Low-
4I r4 e.'f a t tl l f l south prosper and by that I do not
g S
g i
:+ s mean a few corporations, but the en- est Prices My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen

tire people and when anyone: affirms months has not changed its schedule, but leaves -it the
We not in the combine.
that protection is the way to help the are
great mass of people he is simply SLAUTER'S latest inventions used same time it always has. .

blinded by dust of one kind or another. on all first-class
THE ARCADE HOTEL Grant that in the beginning our TIME TABLE a
"infant industries" needed protection, Plumbing Bus Leaving Orlando in Front of Evans The Jewelry.Polly .
J. B. MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop. and even that is denied by extensive ------ -- --
manufacturers, that day is certainly
First Class Restaurant Livery and Autosin
"infant in-
past now for our so -For FineWATCH WEST BOUND EAST BaUD
Building in Connections dustry" cry has_been overworked, un- CLOCK and Read Down Read Up
Orlando, Fh. til we have the most gigantic corpor- I 1 ,.- -
ations and trusts the world has ever JEWELRY REPAIRING I A.\I.IA.l\1.: P. 1\1. :A.1\1. P. l\1. P. 1\1.

IF YOU WANT A LUNCHworth lions seen, in with a few men short amassing years more than mil-the call on C. VATER whois Orlando - I. 6:30.10.15 I 3:00 Oil 9.30 1.301 6.00

entire agricultural population of the an expert at this trade Ocoee i 7:301 1.15 4:00: I 8.3C 12.301 5.00

the money, come to Pope's Quick Lunch Counters. Our country, and all because the moneyed with many years experience \Vinter Garden :45'II:30 4 30 i 8.15 12. I F I 4.45

food is not cooked in front of your eyes, where you are annoyed interests are "protected." Oakland 8:00--- 4:30 : 8.00-- 4.30

with the odors and heat, but in our sanitary kitchen. Try a "Tourist" hastens to assure us that at_ Youngs RepairShopOpp. "
cup -- -- ------ ------ --- -
he speaks "not as a partisan, but as
of our Rowland Special Coffee, French Dripped. The price is a business man," and that innocent Post Office; Pine Street Subscribe For The Daily Sentinel

only 5c. a cup. We offer :you the best of service. phrase has beguiled! millions of "un- I
I protected" voters. How beautiful to I i"i :-
Pope & Co.'s Quick Lunch CountersChurch i\i i talk of "national welfare and prosperitc" i i.j i. ' ...

j Yes. most assuredly we all ]:
Street. Open from ;5 a.m. to midnight. j i want it, but the "protected" interests :r' i 3. :i

i of this country have said to the vast ; the Seminary BeautyBENEFIT j !
.I majority of oar people. "You disturb !i'I'
us and we will bring disasterand :j :
I'i every student of history knows "how !i :

Whenever any party attempts to .
equalize the burdens of the people by i

SHEET lowering the "protection" of the few Seat Sale Opens Monday 9
METAL CO. that the many may have their just I a. m.,

dues the "business"(?) interests proceed
to carry out their threat, and to ESTES PHARMACYFor

Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos, many otherwise independent voters it
becomes a matter of dependence, for
and Rubber Roofings they know it is "rule or ruin" with Performance Tuesday Eve. Feb. 16th
the "business interests." ; ;

Cornices Skylights Heating, Ventilating Metal\ Ceilings The majority of our people unques-
tionably believe in tariff reduction
Lucerne TheatreAdmission
while the "business interests" and
Works: 14 E. ChurchSt. ORLANDO
others whom they may scare into act-
ing such belief are protectionists "for
revenue only." I am quoting men Lower Floor, $1, 75c.
- ---- "! who have confessed these very things. "
It is high time that the manhood of Balcony, $1, 75-50c.

Try Sentinel Want Ads. this country express their real con-

victions and stand for their rights, flrl.n-"t1;; RXI XlTIT' II n 111>1 n I .111111.1111.. III' III I'IIII1 III I'. IIIIIMI




I I . . . . . . . I TWO CAUGHT ON TRAIN SEAT SALE FOR "POLLY. THE I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .i. .:.

Two men, who, officers believe, ESTES PII.\RMAC\ I

Economy : LAUNDRY HINT. tI picked pockets at the Orlando fair, REAL ESTATE

I ; f The co'lege musical comedy, "Polly, |
were arrested on Atlantic Coast Line the Seminary sale will
Beauty seat
y ,
Many women are at a loss as ;; j'
train No. 85 last night at Seffner. open Monday, 9 a. m., at Estes Phar- I
to how to cover the ugly "
Hints marl All who have purchased tickets -
I boles left where nails have : They were on the way to Tampa. One in advance must take advantage -

been. They make bad spots on i r. of them carried a big leather grip, t of this seat sale hour for good seats.

% A penny laved !. the walls and very often ruin 1 Prospects are for a packed house, for I We bud d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.
: blank check I I
t the looks of a whole room. A containing only pads Miss J. Pearle Rogers will be remembered -

_1v a Benjamin penny earned Franklin. i> plaster may be made of cmial? ;t g; from banks throughout the country. performance" in this of city last by season her excellent in the If you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call
parts of plaster of pars! < and
II % The grip contained no clothing or "
$ "Peter Pan Minstrels, and all are
6 Portland cement These should : ;
marks by which to identify the owner anxious to see this new production. and talk your wishes over with us.
be mixed to the consistency of < The cast of Miss Platt
The man under arrest denied the principals
, France even In crowded Paris I ordinary plaster. The lobes 1 and Mr. Guernsey, in the title role The manager of this firm has had years of exper-
should be filled up with thi:.*. % grip belonged to him. of Polly Primrose and Billy Hickson, I

IN every one has a garden secluded t It will be found that not only .p; This man and his companion, whileon is a clever little act. Pete Johnsonas ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a
somehow! from the gaze of the does this dry quickly but it : I the train, attracted the suspicionof Bub Jenks and Donald Cheney as

curious where the family can leaves a nice smooth surface 'v a special agent for the Coast Line, lion. Thos. Jenks, Bub's father, and
:Maggie Eagan, are the-comedy char- million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last
gather in fair weather, and these: gar % which does not crack. Plaster I who wired officers in Tampa to meet acters. They are all excellent and
dens are usually just the courtyards f of paris alone. on the contrary.is I the train and arrest them. Captainof their songs and dancing are of the two years.

between the crowded houses transformed r wry apt to crack. Besidn :; I Detectives LeRoy Rhodes and Detective best. Miss: Frances Washington and

by a few rows of box a chest nail boles all chinks or cracks :t i Wool weaver left by train at 9 Stout Lillard will give a clever exhi- We are well posted on the values of all classes and
: in the plastering may be filled in and little fountain.In
nut tree maybe a
with this mixture which can be : o'clock and got off at Seffner. There cialties will be introduced by Miss
America we cement up our courtyards Miller Mr Voorhis and Miss Rog kinds of Florida property. Weant listed with us all
: easily applied with an ordinary y they boarded the south bound train ,
or if we do not convert them and ers. One of the best orchestras in
took of the
. into gardens we put them where everyone ._ knife.Almost every country house :,,. charge suspiciouspair. the city will play the show, and the bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real
musical be
them and rob them of all r program promises ex-
can see and some city ones have a hot The two men under arrest ref:.:->j to cellent, of the cute, catchy kind that Estate Bargains.
their home value. In Italy the home water boiler in the kitchen. One disclose their identity. They refuseto all music lovers enjoy.
is not complete without Its touch of X woman made a discovers in connection -
outdoors even if it is only a balcouy %| with her boiler which give their names or say wnere

with morning glories and tomato vines g saved her quite a bit of money. they are from. They are locked up YOUNG unfurnished COUPLE house want furnished location.or

English eople.. too. have their private 4 For embroidery !she put the piece I over night in the city jail.-Tampa Can give reference. ; Address good P. O.

gardens where they may have their : while It was wet from the <:, Tribune. Box 435. 2-14-tfc REAL

indispensable cup of tea shielded from washing on the boiler, with the 4 -- -- WARING L ESTATE COMPANY

the gaze of outsiders.But I- wrong side to the boiler, and %:

it Li a funny thing that most of rubbed it out smooth. When the

us Americans, who are so truly outdoor piece had dried she found that <: The 14a:1t: R. WARING, Manager

people content ourselves with embroidery stood out Just as

having all our home indoors. Gardenswe bad been Ironed. Handker .
have surely, but they are usuallynot I.I.the too may be Ironed in this OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY < Rooms and Watkins Block Phone No. 631

gardens at all as the European and the things dry very I OPPOSITE POST OFFICE 11.15ULOSTA

would understand the term. They are next to the heat of the : FRESH AND SALT MEATSKept
decorations, flower beds arranged for w boiler.
the benefit of the pas&erby.e are under tbe best sanitary conditions. .r.I..IT-I.-1.1..1. . . . . . ..
guiltless of fences and walls, and our Everything screened away from the flies and kept fresh

lawns and arbors and groves might as black hand Lag, on the AVERAGES CAR OF GRAPEFRUIT
well be public parks for all the home HOW TO PREPARE BEETS. and pure. road between Sanford and the ferry. I
We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have EVERY DAY
quality they sehs.
po Contained about $9 in cash, letters '
But one thing we do have that our Various Ways of Cooking This Season everything in the Meat Line. I papers bank and check book on the The new. Exchange. Packing house

European] cousins have to stand back able Vegetable. State Bank of Orlando. Finder at Vero is averaging one car of grape-
and admire is the veranda I. and all the Here Is a new dish that combinestwo may
H. jVE. Self & Co. keep the money if he will kindly refruit a day. Already the capacity of.
time we are pitting<< to appreciate the sometimes unattractive vegetablesin ;
the house will have to be increased
turn the bag and other contents to
feasibilities of the veranda more and a most interesting: inanuer i'nt PHONE !'to. 80 PINE STREET :
to accommodate the amount of fruit
office communicate with the
more and the \veranda I it Int-ouiiu freshly boiled) beets two l hollow I or
State Bank of Orlando. that will be handled.
more and more a part of the home
I out the halves In tin cavity plata
Of ...mthe tint requisite to the
spoonful I of creamed spinach, \ awl serve
tioimiK,s*. of the \tnuda is to have it I .a _
hot. Theme i-omiunati can also "' -
from the Mrttt The od! fash
IH proiuml is a il:1I1.. TIlt spinachin
toned i idea was lit have it plasteredover ,.
1 - - -- ----- - --
this case should not be the front of the house- HI in .
larked: t"lllrI\lI'e l*>r ''h. where we might: I lsit simply belied and chopped and seasoned I 3o A5' CS> R I
with a french dressing. and ih<- 49 k' '''
and watt'h our neighbors :i:'; they I ' 1.1-
beets holding it should be set in white lit c
passed and where: they :iwLt: see us I '

as they passed. Hut nowadays architects lettuce Cream Rates of Inetoup is as unusual as M i J : L' "1 :1 Jj Lire iBrne (;r.Jd.V: ..

have convinced tiS that a spacious(
it is delicious. To make it chop well
front veranda is not absolutely essen- pFloosiea'KitchenCabrnett
tial to the structural completeness of cooked beets fine and simmer a cupfulof Get This Famous }f I

the house. and we have learned for fifteen them minutes.in a pint of Then mutton rub stock them for Uo $

ourselves that the privilege of privacy
through a sieve. Mix two teaspoonfuls '
is worth more than the privilege;
of flour with two of butter and
viewing; our neighbors.
add to the mutton stock and beet
But most of us cannot live in new :

bouses. A\e must make the most of puree. Heat thoroughly, stirring constantly

the old style veranda. And in this and add to a pint of hot milk. ,...

work we have several aids-vines and Season with salt and pepper and serve

screens and awnings which, taken together hot.A.
will effect a good looking shield. delicious relish Is made of equal

A veranda should be the most comfortable parts of grated horseradish preparedwith
and the most hospitable part vinegar and chopped boiled beets
mixed together. Begming tomorrow, for one week only The Hoosier "WHITE BEAUTY" is the finest Hoosier made. To ,
of the house. It should have some -
e place to recline-a hammock. a steamer Creamed beets can be prepared in Manufacturing Company permits us to sell the "WHITE double the sale of this one cabinet quickly the Hoosier

chair or a long wicker chair or a footrest this way: Slice boiled beets into a BEAUTY" at $2.50 less than the low cash price established Company authorizes this sale in 1000 picked'towns.. This

used in connection with an easy saucepan and moisten with a little by the Hoosier Company. Regular Hoosier prices are is truly the chance of a lifetime for a few women only.

chair, and plenty of serviceable cush- clear stock. Beat the yolk of an egg remarkably low. This reduction means an unheard-of Our allottment is strictly limited.

ions. with a cupful of cream and slowly bargain. 800,000 Hoosier Cabinets have been sold. .
Then the veranda should afford op- add it to tbe beets. Stir carefully all
portunities for refreshment. There the time until the sauce is thick and

should be a table where tea can be then serve immediately. '

served or cold drinks dispensed and, Beets a la chartreuse are preparedin "White

if it is secluded enough; where lunch. this' way: Cut boiled beets in quarter Beauty"I

eon or breakfast on a warm day may inch slice and cut half as many 1

be simply eaten. A convenient table slices of onion is there are beets. Puta

for this purpose is one of the folding slice of onion between two slices of Delivered for $1.00 :I

Ironing tables which can be closed to beet in sandwich fashion and season ,,
form a settle. with salt and little I
lightly pepper i a -
the balance. Your _
Then $1.00 weekly soon pays
each fritter
vinegar Dip sandwich In
back if you're not delighted with it. No extra fees
FOR THE HOUSEKEEPER.How batter and fry in deep<< fat. Drain on money
No Just the cash less $2.50. Y
brown paper and serve: piping hot price I
Small whole beets or slices of larger SAVES MILES OF STEPS FOR YOUR TIRED FEET I
Mend Iron
to an Pot or Pan
Satisfactorily.Pots beets can l Ill"> used to garnish salads anti You must carry things from jour cupboard and pan- "

and pans whether of iron or cold meat disheThej must however. try to jour table and back again at every meal. This

tin (which is only iron tinned oven. be used somewhat spannglv .V little! means miles of steps. The Hoosier saves all these be- _

get boles ia their bottoms all too soon beet goes a long way. Small beet dice cause it combines everything at jour fingers' ends. You I
ranged about mold of veal
to please the economical housekeeper. a can sit down in front of the Hoosier and do nearly all
aspic. for instance are good
Then it becomes necessary to call in work. You save by saving steps. You have
A good beet salad L;; this: Boil beets jour
the tinsmith who puts a lump of solder -
and remote the tl8.liow one beet more leisure.
in the bole. This soon melts and 0
for each person to be served Stand HAS 40 LABOR-SAMNG FEATURES NEW n t
the hole is there aaln.;
them on white lettuce leaves and Hollow This "WHITE BEAUTY" gives a real scientific
But nothing; Is easier than to repair
such holes at home and without the out the Centers with a silver spoon. kitchen. You can put 400 articles in this new Hoosier,

Chop the whites of hard boiled eggs; : at fingers' ends. ,
aid of a tinsmith First of all make every one jour
and crumble the yolks.. Mix: :: the chopped flour sifter a "
the shaker
the hole round by interims the point The cabinet includes patented J
of a knife and twisting it back and whites cold boiled or canned pens -only sifter made that shakes flour through instead of Yii, /
and mayonnaise together: and fill the
forth Place the i pout or pin upon any hollow eets. Garnish I grinding it. It also has a complete accounting system: ; /
with the crumbled o
firm, flit piece' of metal such as an yolks. a cook book holder that keeps jour book always open in
anvil a bar of iron or an inverted
front of jour e'elrs.. Christine Frederick's Food Guide -- 0 lifl
flatiron so that the bole r* immediately
shall I have for dinner'" .
the question"What _
that answers ,
and the -C
over touching; latter. In the PAINTED FURNITURE.How
and cake box has double capacity, ::;:
The all-metal bread _
middle of the hole place a shot of new '1ute

about the !size of the hole \nv piece to Amuse Yourself During Vacation due to improved arrangements, and the work table is of .....! .....Beauty.........,..,-- < _. :.c: ".-- t

of lead will serve if shot be not handy. pure aluminum.

Now' a few sharp blows with a hammer Old fashioned
cottage furniture painted -
will flatten the hole tightly and in colors is being; brought; to light;: Take Five Minutes
overlapping enough; to hold it in place.A again. Black furniture punted with to Decide Now
few strokes with a file and rub
a colored decorations i,. coming to the

with sandpaper complete the peration fore in the general crazt: for black and Remember-that after this sale the "WHITE BEAUnew -
The repair is perminent It is said Come in tomorrow morning earlj-examine these
white. Here is a chance for the homo TY"goes back to the regular I
that a hole as large as a quarter of an I nrti"'t who trios her skill on the backsof I Hoosiers carefullj-then decide whether you want to Remember that the new Hoosier price. Club be entirely
inch in diameter can be mended in this chairs, table tops and cabinet fronts. buy now while you can save $ .50, or later when you can-
II filled the first or second day of this sale. Come at once
way This painted furniture is particularly not buy below the regular set price; decide whether you

I suited to the summer centime; and can afford to waste the energy you now spend in walking and enroll your name. I
NN'N'N"i' "+N' "'wt I Try the Hoosier in your kitchen. Then, if you will
the decoration
will give vacation employment in jour kitchen, when a single dollar will bring you the
HOW TO SAVE JUICE FROM i| to the artistic members of Hoosier tomorrow. part with it, we will gladly refund your dollar. Come

CANNED FRUIT. the family. who will add baskets of early. Other women too are making up their minds now. 1

.) fruit and floral sprays, according to

% Almost all canned fruit has a I 2 taste.Old furniture painted gray with pink Oscar Hand & Son

% quantity of juice left over, which roses transferred to the drawers wouldbe

no one wants and is consequently i a pleasing innovation and could be

i: almost always thrown put. It f used in the winter bouse also.

4 may be made Into a '. :" 3, .

G e sauce for cottage and bread pud- % How to Make Homemade Toilet Bleach. '

dings or may be used as flavor 1 Do you like homemada bleaches? TO THE PUBLIC : We authorize this sale limited

$.. Ing in sauce tapioca add a To little make lemon a padding if- i Grind up a little oatmeal in your meat ; o o s I e to "White Beauty" Hoosier cabinets at $2.50 less N o o.sf K

grinder and mix to a paste with the cabinets this
It is too sweet or a little sugar If | whey from sour milk or with butter- than the fixed cash price .of these tuno"Al.
It is too sour and dilute 1"tronjr tune"" New castle Ind. r
> if too milk and spread on the skin leavingIt STEhSAVER : week only. THE HOOSIER MFG. CO. STEMSAYfJ<
: Then thicken with flour 4
: for a couple of hours or more. Then
4 mixed in with the same amountof f .y
< sponge off with tepid water and applya
butter This makes a delicious '?
little olive oil If yon do not have a
: sauce 2 good cold cream Bandv This is a sim-

.g,. M .' ple but very etHcap' ions bleach.


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The ChurchesTENT Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. on "War and Christianity. At 7:30 p. m. WEST ORANGE COUNTY WITH FARMERS AND TRUCKERS
Church service at 11 o'clock. Com- the subject will be "Life's Meaningand A cordial welcome awaits all who TION AROUND APOPKA SEc-1
, memoration Peace service. Subjectof Value. A timely topic for young .
address by Miss Gordon, "The folks. Older folks will profit. come to this church.Congregational. GROW COTON Harrison & Baskins, near Plant city,
f MEETING For." Music for the Church
Peace We Fight Special Day have
$t. Beginning Sunday morning, February Round Table at 7:30 p. m. Paperby Male quartet,"The Wayside Cross. Sunday evening the Woman's Chris- Florida produces the greatest part planted eighty acres in CUcum-
I' 14, Evangelist Clark and wife, Mr. Fred Stanley; subject "An Solo, "Thou Wilt Keep Him in Per- bers.
from Cleveland, Ohio, and Evangelist Agricultural Survey of Florida. fect Place" (Specks). tian Temperance Union will have I of Sea Island Cotton grown in the
Mary Rahter, from Harrisburg Pa., charge of a service to be held in the Seminole Farms, near Sanford,
r Story hour for the children on Fri- Solo, by Miss Clark, of New Castle I world. And only a few sections of
and Mrs. Minnie Everett from Atlanta day afternoon. Pa., "My Redeemer and My Lord" Congregational church, in which all have just finished seting thirty acres
Ga., will conduct revival meetings Bible class at 4 p. m. Friday.All (Dudley Buck). the churches of the city will unite. Florida can grow it. Apopka sectionis lettuce.
; in a tent on corner of Central avenue friends are invited to all of Anthem "Incline Your Ear," full Ito I
I and Hughey street. Everybody cor- these services. chorus, solo by Miss Clark. The meeting will be addressed by one of them, as has been provn by i Shipments from Delray have aver-
dially invited. 10:30 a. m. and 2:30 -0CIIRISTIAX-- This Week Mrs. Mabel Stevens, evangelist of the actual production. Sea Island cotton'
; and 7 p. m. SCIENCE Monday, 3 m., Mission aged around 275 packages daily for
p. study W. C. T. U. Mrs. Stevens is a very brings about three times the of
: price
--0- Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. class. the last week.
able and and I
r, CATHOLIC CHURCH Services at 11 a. m.; subject,"Soul." Monday, 7:30 p. m., Address by Ex- interesting speaker the ordinary or short staple kind, !
Sunday before Lent. Wedensday evening services, 7:45. Gov. Glenn of North Carolina. when she has been here before the I and always finds a market. There I The Largo Truck Growers Associa

Mass, 6:30 a. m. Third floor, corner South Orange Tuesday, 7:30 p. m., Official board house has been full of those anxiousto are hundreds of acres of land around tion now have 205 acres pledged to
Sunday school, 9 a. m. avenue and Church street. Entrance meeting. hear her.ANTIOCH. I
Mass and sermon, 10 a. m. on Church street.CHRISTIAN. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.. Midweek I Apopka adapted to long staple cotton. the association.
, Rosary, sermon and Benediction, -4)- devotions. --0--
7:30 p. m. ALLIANCE Thursday, 7:30 p. m.. Orchestra. BAPTIST CHURCH llll III
-Mass daily on week days: Annual ConventionThe Friday, 7:30> p. m.. Choir rehearsal. I The public is cordially invited to attend "
All welcomed to all services. annual convention of the Chris- Friday, 3 p. m., W. C. T. U. Refreshments -
--0- tian and Missionary Alliance will begin and thank offering.WINTER I services at Antioch Primitive We
FRST BAPTIST CHURCHAt today at the hall, 22 West Pine -0-- I Baptist church, Sunday, February 14, are instructed byVin1er 1
( the Grand) street. Services as follows: PARK I Covenant meeting at 3 o'clock p. m. : : ;
Edward T. Poulson, D. D., Devotional meeting.
Rev. I 9:30 a. m. Baptist ChurchAt I At 8 o'clock p. m., sermon, communion -
10:30 Bible study by Mr. Ulysses -
pastor. j a. m. ; I and feet .
This church cordially extends its ; Lewis, of Atlanta. I the Baptist church, Sunday, the washing.The A Park
hospitality to all who come withinits J 2::,0 p. m., Sunday school. pastor will preach in the morning on pastor's subject will be "The .
doors. We shall be glad to have I 3:30 p. m.. Missionary address, by the theme, "The Pilgrimage of Life." ,Influence of the Church." ,
you participate in all our religious Miss Elizabeth Lewis, South China. will leave for
services and varied activities. The 7 p. m.. Evan elistic service; Iev. A sermon especially addressed to The pastor Monday To offer for sale a number of I .
pastor will be pleased to serve you R. A. Forrest Toccoa, Ga. aged people or those past the primeof Tampa, where he will deliver a seriesof
as friend and minister. The convention will continue in session life. This sermon is to be followed lectures on the following subjects: excepticnally desirable lots of
Sunday school at 9:45: a. m.; Mr. throughout the week, with theo to be addressed "The Star in the East," "The Tri-
Samuel A. Newell, superintendent.Public same hours of service as above, and by one espe- various
of the Gospel, "Getting More sizes
worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30p. i relational speakers. cially to parents; then by one espe- umph near
m., with the pastor in charge. Subject cially to :young men; and one to young Like the White Folks Every Day," :
of morning sermon, Rising Superior -I! FIRST METHODIST CHURCH women. i"The Redemption of Africa." i The
to ur Handicaps. Evening ser- I (Corner Jackson and Main Sts.) Sunday evening there will be no I Hotel
mon, "The New Commandment"B. John B. Ley, pastor. I I Ii
Y. P. U. at 6:30 p. m.; Mr. Eu- I Visitors enjoy our Bible school service in this church on account of |!i TWO LADIES want, about March 1, AND
gene Reid, president. work. The Baraca orchestra, ten the meeting at the Congregational j i two or three furnished housekeeping -
Good music. All seats free. At- I I pieces, leads the music. Over 100
church in which all unite. rooms, downstairs. State lowest
tentive ushers. If you have no church ;| present last Sunday in adult Bible Country Club House
home here, ccme and be at home with class. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. i i spring and summer rates (not tourist
us. At 11 o'clock the.pastor will l speak Young People's meeting at 6:45 '' rates). Write Box 571. 2-14-lt*
Note:_The Baracas will meet in I, I
the Christian Alliance Hall, opposite' I __ Fronting South and West on the

the Grand, again today, as the new ..- ----._ _
hall is not yet completed.PRESBYTERIAN Wood's Productive I
New Golf Links
Jno. W. Stagg, D. D., pastor. Seed Corns.We Hammond & Gore
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.; W. R. I AND
O'Neal superintendent.
Men's Bible class in auditorium, at offer all the best prize-win-
0:45; a. m.Services. ning and profit-making varieties. FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EAIBAIMERS. County Brick Roadsor
The high price at which corn is
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
!Morning sermon, "The Upward Call- selling should encourage increased
acreage and the planting of improved REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
ing. Evening sermon, "The Down-
The Entire
ward Pull." varieties of seed corn every- Block of About

Prayer meeting Wednesday at where. : COMPARE
Wood's Descriptive: Catalog
7:30 p. m.Young
People's meeting in lecture gives full descriptions and informa- I 485.,000square
tion about all the best and most improved
room at 6:30 p. m.; Mr. Worthington :1 OUR FURNITURE i
Blackman, president. varieties telling what to i '
Forrest Dabney Carr, choir direc- plant to make largest and most
tor. Miss Roberta Branch, organist. profitable crops. We provide the quality i or furniture that has I long I. feet as a whole.
Strangers and visitors are most We are also headquarters for I been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
cordially invited to worship with us. standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.
Seats free. Millets, Sorghums,
It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We ca 't make
ST. LUKE'S--0-CATHEDRALThe Cow Peas, Soja Beans, this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stonesof

Quinquagesima Very Rev. H.Sunday.The R. Remsen. dean. Sudan & Rhodes Crass, this business, and that means much to jny buyer. I Demino & Coffin

Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m. and all Seasonable Seeds.

Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Write for Catalog and prices of McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK REAL ESTATE
Morning prayer and sermon 11. any seeds required.T. ,

Evening prayer--(and)- sermon, 7:30. Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando Fla. Bank Building. Winter

(Corner Central Ave. and West St.) SEEDSMEN, Richmond,Va. ._
Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister. --AT-- -' . . . . . . . . ,1,1..1. . . . . . . . - - -
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lot advertised for $1200, I THE FAIR By Thelma Grace DeWitt Howdy!!

with a reduction of $400.00, if 'What feelings stir asoldier's heart Arcadia, Fla.-The Florida East ,
Included among those who attendedthe As he marches into battle? & West Coast railroad now has steel Ia.ra.me L

buyer would build, was boughtby fair in Orlando from Volusia How Who've can not any heard of us the know battle's rattle. rails laid within three miles of Arcadia I I .

Mr. Samuel Brice of New, county were Mr. and Mrs S. B. Wilson Do thoughts of far beyond the crest and the trackmen claim that !, 'Little
and :Misses Myra Wilson and Of that near hillock green, within ten days the laying of rails
York. We have decided to of- Ruby Kruse; Mr. and Mrs L. O. Ray, Thrill Tho'his the heart foe be with yet love unseen of conquest? will be completed into the city limitsof I Trained Nurse'lam

I I Mrs. Charles Ray, Mrs. Rehbehn and this city. The promoters of this

fer another one. II Mrs Berkleman; Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Does he think of honor his to win road have but very little to say in

I II Bond and amily, of Lake Helen, and Ere the setting of the sun, regard to their plans, and as they ; I \ tell
As his feet
'' Miss Nell Stackhouse, of DeLand; trip lightly o'er the turf, have asked no donations from eretotbu
Corner lot, well located. Side- And he longs to break and run? any
Miss Jennie Larson and sister, Mrs. Or do his thoughts far homeward flee one *T help them in building, they you w Y
walks, water, lights, gas. North- 'I Chalman, of Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs. To his mother waiting there- apparently have all the financial back- ; .

Hon and family; Mrs. Alcott, Miss With a look of so'rrow in his eyes ing that they need. The day trains all of
take your
east. $1000.00.Vill $600 And on his lips a prayer? i
i commence running into Arcadia .on I
if buyer will build within one I II-I ; And perhaps he has a sweetheart regular schedule over this line will i '

I I ley and two children, Misses Mary Who for him hourly sighs; be the biggest day Arcadia has knownin I .
year. Tatum and Zelma Roberts, of Bar- Does he think of her as he marches. Store "
; years. It means very much for Drug Thing 2 "
And long to look into her eyes? I :
I berville, and Mr. Clint Taylor; Misses Perhaps he goes more slowly this entire section. _' ,
___ Mabel and Virginia Dade and Edith When such thoughts come to him;
,Baguley; Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Tatum And he wishes the war were over. WINNERS IN DOG SHOW >-,, '-
While his eyes grow full and dim. You viII + W
and children and their mother Mrs.J. see me

F. Tatum and sister, Mrs. Tatum, Oh. Youth on the way to battle Best Pointer Dog-Bryan," owned

. CARL DANN of UarbeniIJe11'. Budington and You're% an object of pity to me; by Wm. Davis. I every s.f./J.'
Mr. Roberts tourists: who are stopping Tomorrow With others your upon form the may lea.be lying Best Pointer Bitch and Pups- i I @

with Mr. and Mrs. Douglass at The ground o'er which you're walking "Fannie," R. M. CarrolL '

. Winter Home; Mrs. Kendall; Mr. and Will be drenched with the blood of Best Setter Dog "Spot," R. T. .

REAL ESTATE Mrs. Walter Burgess and their mother men. I PeeL MERCK'S PHARMACY
And if you should escape that fate,
and Mr. Willie Johnson; Mrs. II. Best Collie-"King Bever," Mrs.V..

D. Bracey and Miss Etta Harriett; There still is the prison pen. I L. Lewis. i ___ __ _.___ __ u _

Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Alldis, Mrs. Oh, you who rant of glory, Best Spaniel-"Sweep. San- i'

James Alldis and maid; Mr. and Mrs.G. To be won on the battle field. !
1 Do never think of the soldier, ford.Best Am FloridaAnd
you Leaving
COMPAYi 1I E. Gilliland and son, and Mr. and Who must without question, yield I Poodle-"Buster," W. II. .

Mrs Price, of Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. His all, for his own dear country, Smith. i I!
HlSpecially Price two Properties in Winter ParkA
I Grant Ely, Miss Lena Ely and Mrs. And receive-yes, what-in return, Best Boston Bull Dog "Jap," Mrs. my

i Watton; Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Fisher A wooden leg a plundered home Jas. Laughlin III. j i
As his share of the victory won? good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800
of Mr. and Mrs J. G. "
were guests Best Boston Bull Bitch-"Dixie,
Cheese i full bearing Orange Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two
Cheese1 Lewis; Mr. and Mrs. Broughton, Mr.S. And if YOU think, do what you can Miss Jewel Holmes. I blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addi-

W. Johnston, Austin Conrad, and To drive away this curse: Best Airdale-"Waving Patrice," tion to making a home this property will make a yearly return on
And do not stop with a saintly look I the investment of from 10 to 25 cent,
Mr. Thomas; Mr. and Mrs S. D. Jor- H. E. Swabey. per according to crop and
To say: "It might be worse"We market conditions, price $8,500.00; also
dan. must all stand by Wilson,
With hearts and actions too, OFFICERS POULTRY ASSO- My Residence Property in Winter Park. 12-room, New Modern
HANDSOME CAR DITCHED And let him know our faith in him, dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front, 20 acres of
CJATION ELECTEDThe land highly improved, 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigated
New York Hell
Full Cream Cheese. bring our country through.
home from the
Last coming
garden. Property i-* close in, well located, close to the new
White Mild Cheese. game at Orlando, with Howard Hodg- Florida Poultry Association Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough for
den at the wheel Miss WinnifredTaylor's HIKE TO ORLANDO the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16-
elected for
Yellow Strong Cheese. I ensuing year the following 1
big Stearns-Knight car ran I 500, and will give possession in :30 days.
Hundreds of autos, filled with home I officers:. : See owner only. Write or phone me for a date and I will send
Pimento Cheese =I into the ditch about a mile and a half President-J. II. Wendler Lake-' car to place in Orange County to show these
I 'people and visitors, made the trip to I my any you properties.
Pineapple Cheese. ,this side of Daytona and stood in the
I i Orlando( today-this being Volusia I| land. 11 r)> It1. KTCTCZKL 1 .
the time
water. Those in the car at .
McLaren's Imperial Cheese. I county day at the midwinter fair. Besides j Vice-President-Charles Francis
McLaren's Bu-lac-tic Cheese. I were the Misses Winnifred Taylor I! the autos from DeLand, Daytona -I I Interlachen. BOX 3.;. WINTER: PAIJK, FLORIDA
and Flora Morrison and Messrs. How- I
Welsh Ratebit Cheese. i i1.lcLaren's ard lIod den, David Sholtz and Gard- i New Smyrna, Lake Helen, Orange .: Secretary-Treasurer-C.. F. Ward, I Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest placesWHAT

: :City and other towns, a special train Winter Park.Executive I
Roquefort Cheese iner. This morning a party from the
Committee-E. W. Brown
I from DeLand at 7GO: this ,
was run
Try one of our new Star Mops. I Gordon garage went out in the big WoOdworth
morning, 75 people going from De- DeLand; W. P. ulfport;
Thomas to pull her out and get her &
.Land. II. B. Hoyt, Jacksonville; J. Davis,
back onto the road. It is lucky thatno WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPER i
Mr. S. D. Jordan, for the county, Lee; Wm. Edwards, Zellwood; C. H.
one was
had provided green and white badges, Kennerly, Palatka. Ever hear this before? Let the Delicatessen Man do It. :
CARUTHERS & GORE which were placed on all Volusia The place of next meeting has not Something new Something New !
OLDEST THEATRE IN CHICAGO i owned Orlando been chosen. Try it. Ask About it. t
I DESTROYED BY BLAZE county Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for

. New Modern C Grocery y Chicago.-The Academy of Music, I today.-DeLand News. CAMP FIRE TUESDAY Always have a stock three of good or more things to eat on hand ,.

Chicago's oldest theatre, located at POTATO SALAD
Bloom, Kas.-Foster Elliot sold one Tuesday evening a camp fire of ;.,
Halstead and Madison streets, was
Phone 200 load of wheat here to the Equity Exchange Blue and Gray veterans will be held
destroyed by fire with a loss of $175- J. R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'S .
for It 149 at the Tourist Headquarters. A large
000. It was erected in 1870, and was I Phone 26 Bakery.
bushels and fifty pounds. The pricewas gathering is expected and a fine pro-
the only theatre not ruined in the
6 and 8 East Pine St. I $1.50. gram will be enjoyed.
great fire of 1871. i

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

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

; Paramount Feature is to sell the goods as quickly as possible. Th.e 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. I


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AND WEEKLYW. its over. i i I (Contmuea tom For
M. CI.ENN .....................Editor f page 1)
\". C. ESSINGTOX ......Buninns Manac" -and everybody had a good time. ; and I also hope that any future audits
----- -Except the poor monkey.The I i j of the city's books will be the truth, Sale .
Entered at the poetofKce at Orlando. Florida I
pocket book coterie had the whole truth and
aa Sreond Claw Mail Matter. a t nothing but the
:busy day of it yesterday in our vil- !1 truth, which will do justice to our

Daily. 1 Year SUBSCRIPTION.............RATES........... $5.00 'lage. They had one man stationed at city officials. I I AT A GREAT BARGAIN We Are Alwaysthe
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2.50 the A. C. Lw, another a little further I CHAS. P. DOW
Daily. 3 Month ................... 1.25 ,
Daily. 1 Month ....................n.... 5U down on Church street, then a ladie, Cashier Peoples National Bankof I Location corner East Washington First
Weekly. I Year ............ .......... tt.OO then two others, a man and a young Orlando. and East Street, facing to
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN- feller, and then at Feinberg's corner February 13,- 1915. 2-14-lt north. There is a beautiful view I
ADVANCETO they had another. It was running the of the Lake. Lot is 75x150 II'

ADVERTISERS: gauntlet for fair-never seen any- I TO CEASE LIQUOR ADVERTISING feet. House is constructed of

Copy for display and all .thtr hand-wt thing like it. They buttonholed nig- I Montgomery, Ala., Feb. 13.-The log and shingles, and contains II i 'SpringUI
advertising mutt be handeo in at the business.fce I eight large I
.( the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. gers, and small boys and old men sheriff tonight served an injunction rooms beautifully
the day before publication. This rule applies with whiskers, and even ladies. It the publishers of I I finihd. This property bon! s
on Montgomery
to Invariable changes and for will contract be strictly advertising adhered: to.it is was some bother, some fuss, an they Advertiser, the local morning paper, I to Col. W. P. Walton, former I'

Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued should be run away from our village. restraining it from publishing liquor I owner of the Reporter Star who Something New t tOn
should notify the o.Tice>> in writing on There in the same class with the I advertisements. The case will be a occupied it about six months.
the date of expiration otherwise it will be :' I
continued at the regular subscription rates. monkey-a public nuisence. They I test one it is understood and will be Business interests compel the
until notice.,,. to stop is received.T.t.rS. ... stepped up to you, opened the pocketbook ,carried to the highest court to test Colonel to live in Kentucky, and !I
v-ianb r ................... Z4SUXDA I tt
told1 how fine it was, hada the constitutionality of the recently ;: he has instructed us to sell the
FEBRUARY. 14, 1913.; place fer your name, had flaps, held 11 passed anti-liquor advertising bill, property at a great bargain. fill
your money, gave you several sub- t
which provides that no paper or magazine I FOR SALE EXCLUSIVELY BY
ONLY ONE ANSWERThe scriptions to magazines, "yes, you I no matter where published, I I
fifth annual midwinter fair want it, what's your address pay may be circulated in the state carry-
is now a matter of history. The man- me." Sure. Some game it was and ing liquor advertisements. Cooper Atha
agement of the association and busi- they should be run out of our Vill.
ness men of this community will now and to allow those that had moneyto EMPIRE: HOTEL 114 South Orange Are. Ground Floor
take time to relax and in the quietudethat spend it on the home industriesand Phone No. 311
follows will ask themselves the merchants. Monday we emphasize an advance

question, "What has it profited us; is -Down came the decorations yest. I Vegetable soup exhibition of
it after all worth while?" Everything that goes up has to come Celery Lettuce
and down the universal law of Baked Sea Trout, Tomato Sauce
The thoughtful observing man says grav- VENEER CORES
will meet the interrogation with ity. I Roast Sirloin Beef, Brown Sauce
promptness, for he has read intelli- -A million people were at the de- Roast Young Turkey. Sage Dressing $1.25 MILLINERYAND
gently from this open book of reve- pots yest. Cranberry Jelly, Giblet Sauce ..
lation and has properly interpretedthe -Some went away but most of Fricassee Chicken Per Strand Up
meaning.The them came to see the last day of the Baked Sweet Corn
good people of four of the best big fair. Mashed I Potatoes FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND .
counties in the state have been -A officer of the law said the Sweet Potatoes Natural OAK WOOD
I New Buttered Beets Green Beans .
brought together in such a friendlyand reason why their wasnt so many Orlando Wood YardB.
attractive competition as to drunks this year was becawse their Fresh Strawberry Ice Cream
amount to co-operation, and men and was so mpny who didn't have the I Tea Coffee W. Kingsley, Proprietor
women have jrone to their homes bet- money to spend for getting the booze I 2-14-ltc Telephone 344 i

ter equipped for the battle of life. shipped into ur vill. He might have SPECIAL TODAY-Turkey dinner, 9-30
The horn of plenty spilling out so been right. Just seven drunks this 50c. Orland Cafe. I Distinctive and characteristic are the new
plentifully from the Sanford exhibit, fair week and fifty last Fair week in I Millinery shapes, and destined to be extremely -

beautifully typifies the lavish handof 1914. Some dFerence, eh? i r -- ------- ---- ------ popular. Such names as the follow-

nature in this part of the world -Was you tagged )'est.? Everybody ing will be household words:
where none need beg his bread. we saw had two hearts! t
Visitors have here seen a little With every paid admission to Roof il
world in itself so far as the necessi- Garden Monday night will give a dish I
ties of life are concerned, and the of Hand's Ice Cream absolutely free. Tipperary""Chin

home people have gone to their respective 214ltcPOLICE I
places of abode better satis- II Chin" .
fied with their condition in life. COURT EARNINGS I
The very Sun, as the smile of God, WOULD PAY INTEREST I "Tommy Atkins"Our
rested upon the whole affair throughout ON $16,000 CITY HALL
Lake Eola
and Eola Park
the entire week as if in approvalof (Continued from page 1)

the works of man. Strangers age, $43,944.24; expended during 1914, Ready-to-Wear Department already -
within our gates have found a hos- $76,688.99; making a total of $120-
pitality and generosity as broad as 633.22 on sewerage for Orlando. shows characteristic individuality.All .

the seas aims and achievements a.s Street Paving the new tones and half tones of
high as the heavens. Streets paved from $100,000 bond
Puttee, Sand, Battleship Gray, "Silent"
They have seen representatives of issue expended in 1914, $67,751.30. The time is now ripe for an investment in this par-
the only Peace Society in the state Street Signs tones and neutral tints are already expressed -

lifting up the banner of "Peace on When you look at the street signs ticular section of the city. Property well bought will be in charming suits and dainty dres
Earth" in an effort to stimulate the you must realize that signs placed
great peace movement in America. during 1914 cost the city $327.72.
absolutely certain of producing a profit. I have two or ses.Look
They have seen the representativesof Amount PavingIn the new styles over they are edu-
a humane society standing beforea 1914 4 1-8 miles of paving was
three offerings which I can recommend as sure MONEY cational.
booth that talked with
fairly pic- laid, as follows: Central avenue, 11-2;
tures as they pleaded the cause of Orange avenue, 1-2; Lucerne Circle,
dumb animals. 1; Concord avenue, 1-4; Boone street :MAKERS.
They have heard the voice of noble 1-8; Amelia avenue 1-8; Kuhl avenue -
women lifted up in behalf of the 1-2; and Gore avenue, 1-8. Total, Call and let me show them to you.
highest rights of women and for the 4 1-8 miles.
uplift of all humanity. Park CommissionEola
They have seen young boys daily lake park improvement under I
being trained in the highest aims of Mrs. A. Whitman, assisted by' II.
life and the noblest principles of manhood L. Beeman and J. L. Giles: disburse- extraordinary cash purchase en-

and ments, 674817. A balance of $78.13 ables us to offer, much below market values -
They have seen unselfish men remains in the banks.
women devoting their time freelyto Council ActionAt S. Y. WAY one of the most popular all pure Silk

the Better Babies movement in or- the council meeting on a mo- Fabrics for the coming season."Cascadeux .
der that future generations may have tion by Commissioner Johnson a war-
better men and women. rant for $500 was ordered drawn in
Insurance and Real Estate Agent
Are these things worth living for Favor of the park commission for
and laboring for? Is any man in park improvement purposes.A Crepe"perfectly
doubt as to the value of such an institution petition from property ownerson PHONE 172lllllllllllillllinillllllllillBIIIII
to our communityourstate Main street was received asking
our nation? that the said street from Church ideal for Suits, Dresses, Separate
Orlando, with her beautiful home street to Lucerne Circle be paved full
Skirts, Dust Coats, etc. In a full range of
life, her splendid churches and width. J. II. McCullough, Senator
schools; Orange county, with her Buxton: and F. T. Thompson appeared I all the new tones and colorings, including r

splendid-groves presided over in most to support the motion. The council II III Black-
part by intelligent, careful men; fertile informed the petitioners that their request -.
farms into which earnest effortis I I could not be granted without i i 40 inches wide, The Regular Selling is

being poured in order that the I! injustice to the general tax payers. '! -; $2.50 yard, Our Special Price I I
world may be fed-the four great -

counties that made this exhibit and , ' ;; " "

who the state labored of Florida so industriously owe to the for men this ir ::;:;;; Our Special :

fifth annual midwinter fair a great : : The Proprietors of 'I Price $1.75Don't
debt of gratitude and the least that .
they can do is t osay to the officials i :
that they appreciate their efforts and THORNTON PARK
I fail to see this exquisite Fabric.DICKSOIHVESCai.
are with them for o :year. I A


CROWD I Cordially invites you inspect their property. They

(Continued from page 1) promise not to trouble you with numerous interviews ,A
exhibits and displays were better 'I ,
than ever and there were more of or press you to buy. Just let them show you these
them; and third the attendance was I

on a par with last year." I beautiful.near-in lots and quote prices. Shade trees,
For next year no definite planhave
yet been made but Mr. Di<:' nfruit trees, sidewalks, electric lights. .
believed Lake county would join the
association making five counties par- Inquire at 905 E. Central Avenue, on the prem-

ticipating instead of four as was the
case this year. The annual electionof ises or ask your dealer.TAYLOR .DEPARTMENT STORE. '
officers for next year will occur
at a meeting some time in June. ...

BOY SCOUTSThe The Store of true service, of never-failing courtesy

of fair dealing, of trust-worthy mer-
Boy Scouts of Orlando troops 11 & THORNTON chandise, at right pricesORLANDO k

3 and 4, are to be present at the M. .. *
E. church Monday night, at 7:15
o'clockth Scoutmasters Burden,

and Woodneck and Assistant Scoutmasters Proprietors ..
Roach and Lindsy.BY .

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By Miss Eliza Wright TOMORROW"GWENDOLIN" II.II.F Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m.E'I''I''

Office telephone No. '179. Residence telephone No. 254 Admission 5 cents :

WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR were present. The rooms were beautifully X ,
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decorated with hearts, ribbons, # s
14th-2Gih. and flowers. Many enjoyable games MONDAY AND TUESDAY
I were played on the lawn, after which A Biograph Special Feature C. E. Roussey presents his beautiful

Usual services Sunday in all the churches. the children were invited into the dining complete in two parts. Chautauqua production, .
Monday room where Misses Hallie and "OBERITA"The
8 p. m.-Valentine party; Methodist Lois King and Ruth Kinney assisted singing nightingale] the "girl in
Fhilatheas, honorees; Baracas. hosts. in serving the golden frame," in her 1915 Versions -
a lovely two valentine
Dance; Mr. Lester Beeman, host. I course BRONCIIO BILLY'S SCHEME de Art the most elaborate
Tuesday luncheon. living posture scenic and singing VA
3 p. .-Sorosis Club. I --0I -- An Essany Drama, featuringMr. production staged. Strictly Euro- \
Beau-Xot Club Mrs Lawton pean. A $3.500 production, classic, Q
; hos- O.
Musical Guest YOUR
G. M.
I Anderson. historical picturesque and refining JEWELRY CASE
tess.Tuesday Bridge Club; Mrs. Brad- Orlando is honored in having as a art, nature, grace and beauty.
is for
shaw hostess. guest in the city just yearning some of the trinkets we ,are now showlne I
over Sunday Miss
I You'll yearn too when you see the pretty rings, lockets, brooches':
ly 8 the p. m.-Civic Seminary League benefit" "Pol- Mary E. Clarke, of New Castle, Pa. ROUND TABLE ll scarf, pins, cuff buttons, etc. They are just ,as dainty, ,a* can, b'A
Beauty. Miss Clarke is just the things that, nice ,
leading soprano soloistin people are wearing. Come in ,and look at
Wednseday I ADVENTURE OF LOST WIFE them. The prices,are by no , F
the Regular means
.3 p. m.-San Souci Club; Mrs. Ferris First Methodist church in her meeting of Round Table alarming. t
hostess. home city and has consented to singat An Edison Comedy. Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Pa-
Twentieth hostess.Century Club; Mrs. Hudson the Orlando Methodist church tonight per by Mr. Fred Stanlel] on "An Agri- ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS

"Bachelor Girls;" Miss Guilda Hap- giving two beautiful selections. cultural Survey of Florida." All are Ib
persett, hostess. --0-- cordially invited. r .01:1. ..dJ
Unity Circle; review of Ellen Glas- Stork's Arrival; HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA" A
Gordon.gow's "Virginia," by Rev. Eleanor Mr. and -Mrs. Leonard J. Bumby With every paid admission to Roof

8 p. m.-"Mikado" rehearsal, opera are rejoicing in the arrival of a fine Garden Monday night will give a dish WE COULD EXPLAIN v.fR .

house. young son, Leonard John Bumby, Jr., of Hand's Ice Cream absolutely free. to you the difference between
8:30 p. m.-Weekly dance, Lucerne afternoon? 2-14-ltc *
on Friday Their 5
hoteL many G lOc. variuos grades of paints. But
friends in the city are rejoicing with
Thursday the surest way to convince your-
3 p. .-"Here and There" Club; them. Both mother and son are doing SPECIAL TODAY-Turkey dinner, self of that difference is to try
Mrs. Shaddick hostess. i nicely. 50c. Orland Cafe. *
Rosalind Club afternoon. our paint the next time and note.
Friday --0-- SPECIALBenefit - ---- ----- how much smoother they are A

3 p. m.-Bridge party; Mrs. Lege, "Mikado" Rehearsal PostponedThe and how much longer they I 1-

hostess.Nullos Club. .I poned from"Mikado"Tuesday rehearsal night to is Wednes-post- Performance for the, LucerneTOMORROW teal the than others. You'll profit by .
3 Saturday day night, owing to the Civic League Public under auspices of 1 wsvrE
p. m.-Belgian Relief card party, *
Rosalind Club. play on that evening. The rehearsalwill MODERN W. 0 FA. EAD Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
-o-- be held at the opera house at
Belgian Relief Card Party eight o'clock sharp, Wednesday. To be given at the Lucerne l 205 S. Orange Avenue

The Belgian relief card party at --oMissionary TheaterWEDNESDAY COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
the Rosalind Club was an enjoyable Worker Visitor "RUNAWAY JUNE"
affair afternoon. There :Miss Genevieve Parkhill -- - -- ------- ---
on Saturday of Monti- FEBRUARY 17
were eight tables of enthusiastic players. cello, Fla., has been the guest of Mrs.E. The third episode of this great MMillllllieilMCIIMII MtttMMMMOtMMtAPRIL .

Mrs. S. A. Johnson was chair- R. Bliss for several days. She is and irresistable serial, two'
man of the committee who gave this j'traveling in the interest of the Young Regular Show will also be given. reels. WEDDINGS

very worthy party and a neat sum People's missionary work of the Methodist .
was realized for the relief fund. Tea I J church, south, of the Florida Require the prompt placing of orders for engraved
and sandwiches were served by Mrs. I conference. Miss Parkhill is a young Admission 5c. and lOc. THREE OTHER SPLENDID invitations. Our samples represent the very latest

Johnson, Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. Brod-,woman of rare and beautiufl charms. ; PICTURES l I' shapes and forms that have been accepted by refined -

water, Mrs. Fort, lIrs.1 ill er. and. - I I0 INCLUDING A I and fashionable society.
Miss Edmonds. Guest From Jacksonville but on entering the dining room, : WE LEAD in originating artistic effects with fine

- Mr. J. O. Breniver, of Jacksonville, where the lights were extinguished, material. Our prices are the lowest. Send for
Mrs. Alleman Hostess who has been the house guest of Mr. each guest was handed a lighted miniature samples, which will be supplied free of charge.J. .
The Saturday Auction Bridge Club and Mrs. Carl Dann during the fair, ;' fire sparkler and the thousand P. STEVENS ENGRAVING CO., Wedding
was delightfully entertained yesterday has returned to his home after 'I sparks in the dark room presented a A SPLENDID PROGRAM Stationery Engravers, Whitehall St. Atlanta,
afternoon by Mrs. S. II. Alleman oughly enjoying the celebration.thor-j most unusual spectacle. Just as the E Ga. .

at her home on Lake street. There -- fire display died away, two little girls ... . . . .. .9..1..1..1..1.. .. . ..............
were five tables of guests, each one Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles returned yes- appeared, each bearing a loving cup First Floor ________5c. and lOc. '_
receiving a beautiful pink carnation I terday afternoon from Port George, with the name of the winner engravedon
- White Balcony ____5c. and lOc.
as they were seated at the card ta where she had been visiting her par- it, the one with a circle of red
1 The Sentinel Want Ads For Results
bles. Miss Noble won the guest prize,ents, Mr. and Mrs. Montcalm Brow- lighted candles, the other with a cir- Colored Balcony ____5c. and lOc Use
and Mrs. Chalfant the club prize. A .ard. cle of blue candles.
pink and white color scheme was carried -- I With best wishes for the little fellows -
out in the refreshments and fa- Pleasant Surprise at the Willola I and congratulations for the par-
' vms and the valentine idea was used One of the big events of the midwinter ents, the banquet and the eveningwas :J'
in decorations. The ice cream was in season was a most unique and a most enjoyable event. The FRANK A. CURTIS ) WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
the shape of pink hearts with a golden pleasant surprise on the guests at the little fellows may in time to come
arrow piercing it. Sandwiches, Willola hotel last evening. The hap- look back with much.pleasure to the

cake.and coffee were also served. Tiny py event was in honor of two little good time when their baby show Established 1886 .
little pink baskets of bon-bons were bright eyed baby boys, known as the event was cheered with so many
given each giiest. Willola babies. smiles and good wishes, for in that
--0-- Some time ago when it became party were gathered representativesof
Birthday Party known that there was to be a baby eighteen states of this grand old CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE

Twenty-four friends of Miss Ruby contest to be held at the Orlando Union of ours. .

Neil Thompson were invited to join midwinter fair, nothing would satisfythe Wm. R. Cunningham, of Des
in a jolly boiling party at Van Willola guests but that the Wil Moines, Iowa, gave the following
Brunt's on Friday evening to cele- lola babies must be entered, and the poem:
brate her seventeenth birthday. The protests of the mothers was of no Two little dimpled babies.
girls and boys met at the Thompsonhome avail. Their names just Tom and Jack,
Were entered at the baby show, REAL ESTATE RENTALS
on Lucerne Circle and drew fort The mothers finally consented and
To bring the bacon back.
their partners in bowling. After the the little boys were entered, and to
bowling was over the highest score show their loyalty to their supporters I They were the pride of the Willola,
was found to have been made by Miss they brought home the blue and red And though we had but two,
These guests all backed these babies,
Margaret Schumann, who received a ribbons. John Francis Parke, of Mil- To bring home the red and blue.
dainty prize; a consolation prize was waukee, 'Vis., won first, and Thomas

given to Mr. Tom Brown. The guests Hamilton Lane, of Boston, Mass., won Here's to showed the little fellows true FOR RENT-.-Bungalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main
They us they were
returned tothe Thompson home wherea second in the same class, for babies ;
They'll live a life as white as snow,
delicious cream course was served.A between the ages of one and two There's the red white and blue.OSTEOPATHY. Street.
large birthday cake was borne in, years.
'Upon which were seventeen burning The surprise in honor of the event
1 : Seven Room House South Orlando.
candles which was the first hint to was most cleverly planned by Miss ,

Miss Ruby or the guests that the Eddy, of Warren, Pa., and :Miss An- t-

party was her birthday celebration. derson, of Phoenixville, Pa., assistedby DR. J. C. HOWELL Two New Five Room;Houses, South West Orlando.
- the landlady, Mrs. W. T. Walker. Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
Sunday School Class Party The tables were elaborately decoratedin Kirksville Graduate
Miss Faye Vaughan entertained her harmony with the Orlando color Consultation Free
Sunday school class Saturday after- scheme. I Office HoteL Cheney Block Opp. San Juan t _

noon, at her home on Lake Concord. Promptly at the regular dinner Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
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i.i Not few refinements I 30 x 3i/2 ________$11.60 36 x 41/2 -_______$27.35:
merely but the highest form of refinement 32 x 31/j ________$13.35
34 ________ I
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at point even to minor details. Full 33 x 4 :_________$19.05
< every Floating 34 x 4 _________$20.50 36 x 4 __________$20.50

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

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

|| Price $860.00 fob Orlando.PHILLIPS.

Adjustments Made Here.

II I. W. Phillips & Sons GARAGES Orlando Auto Supply Co. ; : San Juan Garage Company

I 26 East Pine St. ;S210 South Orange Ave

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FOR SALE-Would you like to havea
SENTINELWANT nice winter home in Orlando, J urriber, La"th8 and Shingles
where you could raise your own vege- :
tables and strawberries, keep chickens -
and have orange grapefruit and
tangerine trees? Not too far from
S the center of town; just at the city
limits on a magnificent street shaded
with all oaks on the road to the
Country Club. If so, buy this gem.
It has five large high ceilinged sun-
The Morning Sentinel Want ny rooms. and bath, newly painted .
Directory is the Greatest Want and papered, facing two streets.
Ad Medium in Orlando. Price only $2,000. Circumstances ORLANDORoyal .
compel us to sell. Address "Winter
Terms Cash in Advance. Home," care Sentinel office Orlando.

For One Day ______________23t
For Three Days -___________50c FOR RE1'TFOR Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Limem@Kesriz

For Six Days ----___________75c
THE{ FAIR IS OVER For One Month -:___________$2. 0 RENT-Two large rooms with
This rate applies on all ads of kitchen and bath room, in a brand
new house; close in; furnished or un
25 words or less. If the ad con- ..
furnished. Inquire at the office of
tains more than 25 words the rate
Now have plenty Florida Real Estate and InvestmentCo.
will be
you one cent per word for .
above' Peoples National Bank.
each additional word, for each in-
of time to call in sertion.If 2-13-6t

you can't bring your ad to FOR RENT Six modern
room bungalow ;
the office telephone No. 21. Ac- 'Pur
and let us tell you counts opened by telephone will be Lake Lucerne, completely; rent reasonable.furnished, near In-

payable the following day. quire of W. II. F.aton. 215 South Main .
about our street, or phone 99. 2-13-31:
Every Home-Every Business-

Real Estate. Every Man has use for a FOR RENT-SmalJ flat, modern conveniences .

Sentinel FOR Want SALE Ad. Knox.:: unfurnisLed. Jas.11-3-tf A. KIN LAID lltl SN WnENII

to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
; fine loca-
some great values.] tion; 7 rooms, bath, extra toilet; all 10-25-tf .
modern improvements; large verandas -
; large lot. Also several fine, WANTEDWANTEDA Orlando's Largest and Cheapest
large lots. Owner, 114 East Concord
.US SHOW YOU avenue near Magnolia. 2-13-6t good second hand collapsible .
canvas boat. Phone 116.
FOR SALE-My flock of choice s. c. 2-13-2tc FURNITURE
White Leghorn hens; hatched last HOUSEA
April; Young's strain; laying heavilynow. t-.7ED-At the Wyoming hotel,
ORLANDO BUILDING & LAND CO Right price to quick buyer. one or two white waitresses. Ap-
W. K. Hale, R. 1, Orlando, Fla. 2-13 ply at once. 2-13-3t
II North Orange Avenue Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando z
FOR SALE-Buick touring car, fully WANTED-At once competent woman A
PHONE 608 equipped; speedcmeter, Presto tank, for family of two; must be A
etc. A bargain. Act quick. Call at honest, reliable and know how to
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL Ford Garage, Church street. 2-12-tf cook Soft snap for somebody who .
has energy. Must have at least one
FRED B. DALEC. FOR SALE-At a bargain; six room reference. Call between 11 and 12 I
H. BRYANT house 2 lots, chicken house and o'clock at 413 West street. 2-12-tf (
stable; orange and grapefruit treeson
DAVIS 4 GILES CounselF. lots. Call at 722 Center street. WANTED-An orange grove to cultivate .
A. PEPPERCORN Co ntracto 19.6t* and care for. A house on
rove required. Can furnish wagon
FOR SALE-Rhode Island Red eggs and two mules and :young man to assist Eventuallv You Will Use
for setting; fine stock; $1.00 for 13. with work. Address W. E. I*..
Mrs. Calder.] Phone 708. 2- -lmocFOr. Box 269. Orlando. 2-10-61(

SALE-A good city residence, FOUXO--On fair grounds, Wednesday
with all modern conveniences; part Feb. 10. small package. Owner -
$1000Corner cash balance on time. Address can have same by calling at 606
"Owner," care Sentinel office. Vest Central avenue (mornings) am' Ij
2-7-lmoc identifying package and paying for
this advertisement. 2-13-31 GAS :

lot on Colonial -FOR SALE-An elegant parlor or-
gan in good order. Cost $150 LOST-Friday afternoon ladies' gold
Price' $25.00. 822 North Orange ave- watch, size 0, Elgin movement,
Drive East nue. 2-12-31* open face; lost at fair grounds. Finder
please return to Sentinel office and
FOR SALE-Five touringcar receive reward. 2-13-3tc
and Broadway, facing in A-l condition; chefor
cash, or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor Umbrellas recovered and repaired I
Park 905 East Central avenue. Phone 696. "while you wait," at Young's Repair FOE
1-4-tf Shop, 21 E. Pine St.-,- 2-4-lyrc j

Park for $80 each, cash. AddressP. the Fair and then have your house
O. Box 373. 2-3-2wksc properly screened by Tracy & Moore, and
PHONE::567 experts( on screen work. 18 E.Church Cooking HeatingBecause

FOR SALE-Best cafe in the city, street. 2-11-61
doing a good business. Other busi-
ness requires my entire time. Ad- BUYERS AND SELLERSI
dress Bo* 215. 2-2-tfc
buy sell rent, and exchange real it is the most convenient most '

FOR SALE-Five room cottage, all estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., ,

SPECIAL[ TRAINTampa furnished modern, 307 conveniences Broadway avenue.completely Apply over 20000000.30 years.Call Have and see handled me. over cleanly and most efficient fuel known.

> to Mrs. McDade, 312 Broadwayavenue. 0-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.

1-27-lmo I TRACY & MOORE, CARPENTERSHouse Why not begin today as a Gas User?
FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock I repairs of all kinds done
and tools best farm in county; va- promptly; repairing of leaky roofs;
riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- screen doors and windows a specialty; y ou. will save time labor and expense.
to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock : sleeping porches, counters, shelving. ,
Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- garages, office fixtures; window and .
er. 1-16-tfc door frames made to order. Get our
Feb. 13 15 and 16 prices. 18 East Church street. A
postal will bring us. 1-11-lmo
FOR SALE-Story & Clark upright
r grand piano won by Miss Myrtle -
Weeks in the recent contest will be Dr. F.: F.:
Leave Orlando 7:03 \. M.\ sold for benefit of Baptist church ThompsonDENTIST

building fund. Piano may be seen ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
Arrive Tampa 10:30. A. M.\ at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E.

Weeks, 10 Washington street.
and 1-13-tfc Recently of New York

I Over Curtis & O'Neals, Orange Are. GAS DEPARTMENT

75 acres suitable for citrus culture .
and truck farming, bordering on a
pretty: lake and has one-half mile I
Returning Daily at 6:30: p. m. frontage on the Orlando to Sanford I
brick road, this frontage being adapted -
Excursion Tickets sold daily. for nice home sites; could be subi -I j I DR. JOSEPHINE: IIAKPER I - - -- - -."...,.,
divided\ into 40 building plots (50x2<>ltl
Lmiiitd\ : io February 26th. feet each, leaving about, tn) acres for { Office corner Grange Avenue and .
t citrus fruits and truck farming; five I II (Church St., Davis & McNeil: BIdg, '
Pioneer Paint &Wall
I minutes walk to railroad station, Phone 419.1Varman. Findley's PaperS tore
stores, hotel, school and churches. ForSale
Atlantic Coast Line'I F r
When you consider location and good will deliver that parcel or
I transportation facilities with other note for'ten cents; just call 296. I Has alvrays en hand a large and well selected
I advantages the property's real valueis
2-5-1 moHave
$7,500. It is owned by a I stock of Wall Papers. High Grade Varnishes, Paints,
Standard Railroad of the South
dent who needs money. lie Brushes, Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies
i izes me buys to this sell it for $. nonreSi-1 You Noticed 1
ever property
gain. For further particulars call on i. CONTRACTORS FOR PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING
E. C. 10, McNeill & ,.. has been
Young room What is .orange grove; I
Davis building, corner Church street HappeningEast ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU.
and Orange avenue, Orlando. set out a year; select budded trees
-"';::: 1-31-tfc of Orlando orange and grapefruit; there are I FINDLEY'S PIONEERPHONE
-=0_ FOR SALE-On account of poor 111-2 acres in the prove; located on i!
health,the undersigned hereby: offers Directly Out 67 Corner Pine and Court
DR. L. H. RAMSDELL for sale at a bargain, his desirable Lake Jem Mary, between Lake Conway i
located at the of
OPTOMETRIST property corner
Sa. West street and Ridgewood avenue. Central Avenue? and Lake Jennie Jewel, 3-4 of a
( c Mor &e Dr. C. F. uu.o.,
This is central, in first
property a
mile from Pine Castle road soon to
neighborhood, and convenientto . . . . .
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GLASSES. GRIND LENSES business and park. be bricked; new up to date seven room
AND DO ALL KINDS OFnwrTCAt. Owner will sell all, or part, cash or .
terms. Property: consists of nice new We offer for sale Seminole house; good large barn and other

RFPMRTVC bungalow fronting on Ridgewood Park Lots, located just at the buildings. This proposition is for Have four Sewer Connections
has six
avenue rooms and large City limits, on easy terms.
ceiled basement with'flue, suitable for of
Established 1870 quick sale on easy terms. Inquire
kitchen or laundry; lot 47x85 feet;
R. E. COCHRAN CO., Inc. house unfurnished. Price 2100. J. B. Magruder, Jr., office in Arcade;
132 Park Place, New York Also nearly new, two-story six- Also 2V miles from the City Run In.
room cottage, fronting on West street or see the owner. ,
limits Lake Underhill 5
Wholesale Dealers and Commission with shed and greenery; lot 46x117 near ,
Merchants in Florida Orangesand feet; house partly furnished. Price acre tracts. Standing round Price, under brick or where cut exceeds 6 feet,

Grapefruit $1,950. timber, good soil, surrounded by G. M. BISSELL 20 cents per foot; cut less than 6 feet, 15 cents per
Also beautiful ,
Represented by lot, 70x85 a feet fronting connecting on corner two groves, and on easy terms. foot. Card to P. O Box No. 16 will bring our man

Geo. W. Tull, Orlando, Fla. streets, and graded for basement at grove 1-28-lm" to see
Liberal advances made on con building. Price $1.000. For cash anda you.
signments.R. quick sale owner would dispose of I
all of the above, to one party for :F. I) j
E. Cochran, President.T. $4,300. E. N. COY. 2-2-lmoc ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO., HarveyCo..
L. Turney, Treasurer.!
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t With one who could realize what all 1
HEALTH RATE HIGHER these things meant. own eye glitte.hit .. .1- malicious! triumph It was Thompson. I was positive from himself defied. A glance at the room here >la this very house. That WM -

..THAN ANY IN THE UNJTED "The general Is under a heavy cloud and with avarice. the first. I I which had started to descend upou her why I insisted nr.>n a maid to serve

STATESThe of suspicion. He has requested au Inquiry Thompson crouched back in his com- As the conductor corroborated her drove the thought away as quickly as me when 1 took the drug you put In

Into his own couduct In the af partment, feigning deep slumber while description of the thief she lay back it brought a shudder through her slen the drink."

state board of health has not felt The messages were must important the colored porter made up his bed. against the dusty cushions of her seat der frame. Slowly reluctantly she "Why did you not mention it at that
Immediately the porter disappeared he idly watching the train charging across herd out the packet to him. time?" The
completed its statistics for the last -in fact, their sale runlet: harm us watchinghim ; spy's tones were dubious.
greatly" became the incarnation of energy. ills the landscape. She bad started badly, furtively as with the utmost courtesy "Because I did not wish you to know

quarter in 1914; but it has progressedfar And the people think that I"- hands nervously fumbled with the lock but she clinched her teeth firmly. Her he Vowed and placed it in his I had anything of such value about

enough to know hat Florida's "You have long since be+n given up of his grip opening it finally and dis purpose was firm as et"er. her rage aLit breast pocket I me.**

health rate is higher than in years for drowned. Harley told of taking closing a secret trap in the bottom higher. Slowly he conducted tier up the "Value? You had no money when

before that its birth rate for whites you aboard the Empress. The wreck from which he took an atomizer, a pair S S S S stairs. Iu bis private roonj Jie motioned you left Mantle

will prove higher than for the aver- is common knowledge, of course. I of nippers and a bottle of pale viscid lingo Loubeqit; cursed profoundly. to her to a chair. seatlngKhimself at ""0. but I obtained possession of a

age in the United States, and that is must reassure them immediately." fluid. himself as he acids up! and down the the desk. wonderful ruby necklace in the cavernof

resident white death rate will fall ge- "No." she shook! her head decidedly. For an hour he waited motionless, floor of his San Franci], bouse. From "I am not gying to threaten you the Jungle just before 1 was rescued -

' thousand lower than **1 have gone this far. and I firmly be- not even his fixed eyes blinking as he below came the sounds of his servants again. he said quietly. "I wish you by the filibuster. Three nights

low thirteen per lieve some influence is at work on my regarded the curtains of the berth Lucille searching into every nook and cranayof to know that this Is the last time youcan ago when I boarded the train for here

the average death rate for the entire behalf, helping me to do things bet- occupied. the mysterious house for the packetof interfere with my plans. Child that man drugged me while I slept

country.The ter than any man could do them." He was swift; he was certain; he palters( and documents be knew Lu can you not be made to see what follyit and stole the necklace: from about my

figures for the first three quar- ut"he protested."No was sure. Deftly parting tbe.curtaias. cille had hidden here. is-this fight against me?" throat Then he dropped out of the

ters of the year are completed, and ," she shook her head firmly. he looked down upon the sleeping girL lie frowned heavily as he went to "Mr. Loui.eque." she said softly window of his compartment. That is

the raes are based on the estimated "You have no Idea how dangerous a No atom of pity was in his heart All the window and looked down upon the "have you never grieved that it is impossible why be was detained."

mid-year population of the cities reporting game it is working against Hugo the thief now. his eyes glittered as he street deserted now save for the old for the finer feelings<< ;; you are Loubeque fastened his cold eyes upon
allowed them to rest upon' the glowing woman who trudged toward the place. continually suppressing to be returned the
made I.uubeque. There is every chance that butler. The man had nerves as
the estimates being according strand of stones! about her neck. She carried. a basket of fruit over her lJt'C".Juselur ambitions -ruel and
he may yet defeat me: that I may be arch steady as a rock Lucille studied the
to United States census meth- killed or injured before I succeed. Father :Swiftly: he leaned over, applying his arm and Ixmbeque smiled grimly as base? I do not like to wage; this constant Judge and culprit earnestly.! She could

ods for such estimattion.The would demand my return papers pinchers to the pas jet und unscrewing she disappeared from hit sight; then I'i war with you. I do not like to see that Thompson was beating! down

advance sheets of health notes, or no pajiers Can't you see what it it so that the odor of the gas rcal'l't-art'tl after<< being; turned away battle with tLe: man who has been so the spy's belief in her story. Swift as

t for January, 1915, issued from the executive means to me? Can't you see that the slowly be-wii tilling the stuffy section. from the door by the servantAs 'I kind to me in his own way that I could a flash, without a second's thought she
Then he gently: sprayed the ether across he Idly studied the woman love him as another<< father. But
offices of the state board of man who has ruled and ruined nations. you darted toward the thief. She had noticed -
her face. never<< moving when she unconsciously thing about her taught and would ruin father would
health give the following story of who tots! 'Oml..lh'tJ| thousands to do 'ome-I my ; you his fingers! involuntarily seek the
his will. has every chance of success stirred to tight off the an attention. :She lUove lowly, but wreck my sweethearts life. You would right hand breast pocket of his coat
thes vital statistics
: aesthetic. was au affectation about that keep me from
against anything a man could do? apart erfect nappicess
As indicaed by the tables, certain Her breathing l became heavier while
The officer smiled a superior smile. ness. Slow-I after I have merely peeked through;
cities are delinquent in reporting and Lucille merely took the diary of the her lips took on a bluish tinge.; The Loubeque's eyes were fastened the O\'r..r that I happiness t'nl.to. haveit

some have reported for too short a gas was becoming stronger and he those of a hawk now. upon slaiiiiied shut in my face Can't

time to allow the computing of com- knew her<< conditionould be ascribedto woman. She bad stopped beside. the you see that it Is you who must go

parative rates. And except possibly i asphyxiation when she recovered alarm box: on the corner lamppost I down to di>\\"l'n Can't you see that

from the effects of the ether. Stooping Suddenly the bent form straightenedand love such. .,-. supN| >rts a frail girl to .
And in
parable rates. except possibly
with no appearance. of care now. he read the impulsive resolve of "battle with. you as I have done will

the few larger cities, all rates basedon he unfastened the rubies from her youth in every movement of the Illy not In downed by the most powerfulman

so short a ime as six or; nine / throat A moment he waited slipping attired old woman. Her band groped ? /.It't you see that I cannot stop

months, must be received with great : them in his pocket then he slipped upon the ground. He saw her pick even if I do sometimes grow very

caution and need to be checked with ( back to his owa compartment. up a stone and smash the fire alarm. tired and sick at heart and pray to d .' '
average rates for a series of periodsor Carefully be repacked his prip tucking Came the sound of fire engines this soul of mine to let me lie down fora ..
even years.HUNDREDS ; c: He the necklace in his breast; I rocket rolling down the street Loubeque little while and rest? Kest-rest"-

Against the door he crouched, waiting. watched the woman. She dashed toward She broke off with a sob of the most 11tlg.

:"o trace of anxiety be showed. He the captain as he darted up in acute distress "There Is no such wordas

OF AUTOMOBILES t was confident of hiin-elf.; Came a his light buggy, pointing eagerly rest for me.Iways it is go on, go

THROUGH GATES clamping; down upon the ties as the toward the house of the spy, her eyes en, constantly go on. until It seems I :f.aa s

I air brakes work,d. Thompson-' threw glowing with excitement Then Lou must fall along; the wayside. Bat I do I

Wednesday night Fair Grounds open] his window. looking out to dis beque smiled as he pressed a .bell and not falL I have won from you constantly ;

Manager Hugh Allen placed a man + I cover it was opposite" :t tiny station. ordered the search, to stop immediately. ; 1 have always won and I -.j'
tteab i With a jHvket knife he cut out the Before the rush of firemen with their shall always continue to win. And f'
the main the
at entrance to groundsto
: screen that sciKirutcd liiui front the hose the door opened. Their heavy you know it, Mr. I/mbeque. for I can
count the vehicles that came in
track- feet slumped upon the stairs, throughout ace it on Jour face-now."

merely for a matter of observation. I Cautiously he looked up and down the house. But Loubeque did not I Like one inspired she was, as the

lie found that six hundred automo- the track The train was slowing; move. He watched Lucille as she baiting tones of her plea changed to

biles and carriages, not counting the I down. lie tossed his bag far out from tossed aside the habiliments she had those of passionate conviction a cer-

throngs of pedestrians, passed into him, then s-lipi-cU' partially through the worn over her girlish clothes. She tainty that expressed itself in words I '''''A.

the fair grounds that evening. And i window. The tights of the station: looked swiftly al*.ut to make certainno tumbling from the tongue with utter His Fingers Gripped Thompson'
r I were almost in his eyes when he juiu] one was in sight. Then she swiftly I abandon words that seemed to come
Thursday night when the elaborate Throat
i, td, lauding ou his feet and regaining; I approached the attracted such of .e'
a mass
pea I his balance with un effort. Then he the slickers and hats of the firemenwere LouU-que looked back at the beautiful when she made her charge. In one

ple, twice as many vehicles entered, IHrmitted himself the luxury: of a i << laid. Once more she looked about I'I figure; of the girl he was surprised swift movement she had ripped open

and the crowd was amazing.A smile her, then flung; herself into a long rub- to see that udtJenIy she seemed to I the coat With the other hand she

3 The licit: train through would be ber coat and jammed a helmet ov'rher have changed; that the slip of a child plunged toward the place she knew t

CRUEL WORLD ,_. time enough; and the booty iu his head. who had come on board the Empress the necklace to oe.

New York.-Ed. G. Barrows, who ;".} I breast pocket was worth many risks. Swiftly Loubeque peered over the from the hydroaeroplane had suddenly At first Thompson was taken off his: A

presidents for the International stairs. Without an instant's hesitation liccome a woman of such capacity for guard. Then<< he sprang back with a A

League, has come to the conclusionthat He Got Her Some Proper Clothing.spy Lucille felt herself struggling; with a Lucille had sped to the basement lIe love and hate as even he himself did I hoarse cry of rage and alarm forgetfulof

desperate whose tiptoed to the room that had been not have. everything The girl clung to ber
enemy one fingers; as-
this is harsh and cruel world. from its hiding: place and placed 1
a twere Cams hack to him the girl he bad hold A
of steel as they fastened themselves signed her when he held her captivehere. like a tigress. He grasped her
Ed. is doing everything that he can In bis of bands. watching the swift about her throat grasped at her Pressing a button one wall of loved and whom be still loved as fond- I wrist roughly and thrust her, reeling,

to hold his league together, but pret- changes he read. Finally expression he returned upon his it face to the as breath and held it despite her utmost the room opened. He peered below, ly as in the old days of Flirtation walkat I across the room his eyes glaring as.

ty nearly every morning he awakensto owner. I efforts. Even in the effort to waken. watching her as. below she searched the Point from which be had been with clinched fists he stared at her. A

find that some newspaper gent has "Please eat," he said motioning unsuccessful though It was she seemed feverishly for the paper!. expelled. Swiftly she came to his I while dazed though she was by the
quietly, I
shot his league to pieces and.dumped toward the end of the desk where to recognize; the calm, imperturbable Loubeque quietly moved back to hisown side, placing her hand upon his shoulder : violence of him. she held triumphantlyin A
businesslike features of Thompson. room. Slowly his fingers reached I her voice low and tender again her hand the gorgeously dazzling I
e the pieces into a scrap heap. the orderly was spreading a cold repast
Th'en out Came like the sighing: of an April breeze ruby necklace.
of canned meats and she felt a sensation of ease and a slight clink of machinery.
The man who announces that no steaming coffee. "and forgive me comfort and {jieaee such as had not Then the spy stepped below and received through"You think the greening baby leaves. Hugo Loubeque did not utter a t
if 1 can't talk 1 think been hers for a long time and she al- the assurance! of the fire captainthat you are working for hate, sounds did not change expressions for
now. must
petticoat will ever boss him isn't a and all the time
best to be done." lowed herself to drift away upon the everything; was welL His smile you are working for one instant Slowly with all the lei A

man. He is just a plain common ev- Lucille smiled as she devoted her attention ;gentle flowing river that hummed its was that of a man quite positive that the same reason that I am-you are surely grace of some plant animal be
ery day liar.-Cincinnati Enquirer. in her working because of love Can you rose and stepped
to the repast She finally finIshed song ears. everything was mere than welL toward his minion.
not see what a perversion of love is
to find young; Lieutenant Car- She awakened to find herself being The cold expression in his eyes had
this thing seek do?
you constantly to
shaken violently by the conductor anda turned to one of prim ferocity such
mody staring fixedly at her his brow CHAPTER XIX. I Can you p..t"-
clouded. porter whose ebony face had changed an expression as made Lucille shudder
An Appeal. Lucille i-ould feel the man's shoulders
"It's too much for he muttered.. to a saffron shade. Her head achedso as she saw' his fingers reach out and A
started Just her hands tretublinu. could mark the tremendous
LUCILLELOVE grip Thompson about
"Of course it Is," she laughed hearth fearfully that she pressed her feverish throat pressIng -
effort he made at self
the packet of be control pressln-
ly. "But I firmly believe that I will i palms to her temples to keep it E'CILLE
<< and documents. She was almost ready to plead I
from Not hurriedly but with cold t
win. bursting.: ; Her throat and mouth definite
. humming sound min with him for a return of the
"Hut why?" felt as though she had been subsisting: l"apers.1 murderous purpose the spy slowly
gled with the heavy tread of the firemen to give up his entire life
"IJeeause" and all the mirth had upon a ,i it: of cotton soaked in oil. forced the struggling: figure into limpness
above stairs. But she had won, count it failure confident that
from her face all the :She"staggered: : to her feet and stood. then cast !him from him without
gone laughter
was victorious after many defeats.Still well along the road to doing so. whena
from the eyes that were reverentlylifted. I dazed and bewildered in the aisle of I apparently making; the ski'! htest that sor.iid- rap sounded on the door.
The Girl "because I have donehas the car. The conductor turned her rubbing his palms slowly together as t
of everything<<
; For
Mystery She seemed to have heard it before. some reason which she could not
though the
over to two women who stood with touch had defiled them.
been done for the sake of love and] ;
With a little cry of horror she looked define a shudder ran through her at
her UIKMI{ the platform supporting her was chilled with horror as
love has! watched meant
the sound. She
up. her bands clasping the packet<< to seemed to recognize a she
watched the
trembling figure while the fresh air spy reseat himself
helped ne. That is the Lieu t
her breast The sinister presence close by. She glanced
room that had 1Jet'nher
lay the"MASTER drove his face calm and emotionless
away the fumes of chloroform Apparently
tenant Carmody. Hugo; Loubeque can boudoir was slowly closing dow at LoulKMjue. and her heart sank as
and to which she had be had quite forgotten thehuddle
pas been sub
PEN"qright never be beaten or brought to justice je<:'tE'lL upon her was moving down down.down. she saw the wave of emotion she had !, silent figure upon the floor
because of fear or hate for his own its dark floor threatening to bred within him had passed that he whose blackened
powers in that direction are greaterthan First she felt the rush of the train the face was slowly regaining
was again
crush her like icy indefatigable; international
: 1914. All moving picture a letterpress closes uponits its -oior. Thompson
those of nations." the dotting of lights in the distance therush I was
right reserved by the Universal Film of the train contents. Then it stopped. I spy. groaning when I uleque impatientlypressed 1
"Well? The officer unwillingly least the lights onlyto "
:Xdoufscinrio Company which Ii She looked toward the door throughwhich "Come in. he called briskly. a hutton and waited for an an-
agreed. "What do ? come niHm a new clu! now exhibiting this production la you propose doingIsn't she had entered her delight at Slowly, cautiously yet with not the bV.T
theaters. mill there some way in which I can was rushing, rushing rushing; just like I slightest;; uncertainty the door pushed .
leading Infringements
these lights to (Continued in Sanda,'. Sentinel
ht'lpnll'1" ;; a cavernous blackness .. )
be vigorously prosecuted. I j open. Before the visitor appeared on t
I' I "Yes."* she answered promptly. which she could not describe even to J!'.......... I the threshold: Lucille knew who It
t 'I
"""11 can let me have money. You I herself. + I would he.. YOTIIEKS IS BUSY MAKING ADDRESSES "- A

CHAPTER XVIII. I can tell rue how to dispose of one of :Suddenly: the reason for her being;; I For a moment she was taken aback s
these valuable rubies or all of them; upon the train came to her and her -
by Thompson's s
aplomb. She
The Work of Thief.
and yon can help me catch the first I hands sought;; her breast then her ," knew he had been the one who robbed Prof. W. W. Yothers, assistant en- 1
girl listened silently! to throat. ,With little she,
train for San Francisco. cry staggeredback
I her of her necklace that he had spray- tomologist, Dept. Agricultural, ad- "
nuu-hiiiau'tt gratitude, then Carmody whistled aloud his into the arms of the women. ,
TilE amazed ed her with ether and taken It from .,
I dressed the Plymouth Citrus Growers "
: ,. him :is. following th.tl'tin delight as he regarded the marvelous "Kobl e l!" she gasped "I have (tieri. y about her throat while she slept And
>. tie entered the houseto I robl>e.ir* Association last week on spraying
in the
jewels necklace she laid a'I
upon I jet not so much as by the quiver of an
\vlik-b they had been brought.: It The for insect control. lIe will later visit
the table.: Then he loaned her the women looked at one another. eyelash did be show any sign of surprise -
took tint a little while for the t-eii- money he had and insisted upon her I pityingly:: then incredulously and finally or fear. Bradentown, Clearwater and Safety i

try to emerge; Then she causbt her lying down and lielievingly: as they caught the pallor'I 'I Harbor to his
;; renting until he could ;; "I was delayed, sir." the butler began inspect experiments at
breath with a l'rof delight: an she skirmish up some proper clothing and I and sanity on the girl's face Summoning apologetically! when Loubeque those places. c.

recognized a JOHHU otlicer whom site find out about the trains.It I all her strength, :she! turned tb,- lifted hi.hand imperatively.( I I

had known iu the t'hilippities| liebcekoued was dawn before she wakened knob of the door and sought the eon "You were delayed." coldly repeatedthe I

tier silently seating himself and. though she felt alarm lest he had I dnctor. He looked incredulous at thtIrl's > spy separating every syllable and
at its desk and writing tuiMlv for II D. K. Davidson :
charge, but investigation
allowed her showed
to miss a train his reassurance meting; it out as though It were a death
moment Itefore nodding briskly that and the sight i of the clothing that the light had been tampered with Judgment "It is perhaps better that

she should "'I..al.] ;" .\ d.mcing imp Otmtsehief he had found for her made things Nothing, however<< could l>e done before I you were delayed. Thompson. I have GOLF I INSTRUCTOR

was in her eyes an she uttered seem much brighter. Then. too the I reaching San Francisco except: a I just received a letter from a man with '.

his uauie"Lieutenant tlnety odd dollars in currency seemed search of the car. I whom you are acquainted. In this Orlando Country Club

"" t'anuody. don't you remember far more than even the rubies about Lucille went with him from place to 9. letter. Thompson, be informs me be

meThe ? her neck. Several: hours later she I place, scanning
noun : Officers eyes opened as boarded the train. sited by a worried I knew who had done this thing. When that he intends assisting Miss Love to .

wide as his mouth. looking young officer her heartj-j i she fought: against! the fingers of the r make her escape." t

"Lucille I.n\"e: he Rasped half ri* light and pay. for she felt<< within her drugs they had been: the fingers;; of ,; "Quite so. sir" murmured the butler-

Ing from his .Jt--I.Ul.ille Love: or beghost" self that the journey that had been so: Thompson. When she had slipped : r t thief SOMETHING NICE !I. '
long and so hazardous was finally from peaceful slumber into the drug- 1 "I am informed by him that he spied
A very tired and hungry ghost"she
nearing an end: that the familiar dear gel stupor it was Thompson she had upon you while you cut through the

laughed" delightedly.Just: try me faces would surround her on every been bnvely fighting bars of Miss Loves window" .

and see But Thompson-where had he disappeared Thompson did not stir but Lucille Two Beautiful Building Lois 5
As be summoned his orderly and side.With
What had become
every clamping of the wheels of theman saw the scar go a sickly white. On South
gave him instructions to bring instantly ? Orange Avenue, 1
upon the frogs, of the track her heart She Saw Loubeque In the Doorway.the "The man lied sir.
fcome canned stuff Lucille hurrtedl pave up a song of confidence, for Hugo "We know who the thief was. miss" "Men do not lie at such moments. near Lake Lucerne, splendid I
sketched out her adventures to him. reported the conductor a little late escape dying before the sight of view of the
Loubeque had put forward his own For lust a moment Thompson was silent lake, only
eagerly persuading: him when his fairahowrtl "He had the Loubeque's tall, saturnine figure In the fa
strength against/ her and. added to compartment facing! your The bush wpon the room was so blocks from
that be half believed she bad section. The screen Is cut out He doorway. the plowing cigar tip pickingout 22 business t
this, the strength of a portion of his profound as to make the ticking of
taken leave of her senses. Hi I *.!. have his feature, the hateful center nice big shade
must every
organization. He had imprisoned her dropped out the window Lout>eque.s watch strike upon the ears trees i
; res ilon was very grave when she fin after smile his face. He extended his
working his game. upon
ished. In two apparently Impregnable! places like mallet strokes. Slowly the butler's shrubbery, &c., adjourning

t I I and still she was here. all unbeknownstto Lucille smiled faintly."A band bowing gracefully sardonically."The Index finger moved to the scar upon Tote to one oi the best &
suppose you know that Gibson of res .'
medium sized packet
man rather dark. papers Lucille his cheek."The .
him. speeding toward his house intent -
wa" permitted to resign" and nobody upon beating him once and for plainly dressed, with features that nobody If you please." he murmured.For man yon speak of evidently did dences in city.-For sale by / ,
kn" re! where he ?
went be queried alL would notice especially and-:aIlrld the fleeting second Lucille won- the work In the hope of releasing Miss !

"Hug" r.ullllt'qllt showed me the And in the compartment. at which scar aerosd the side of his face" dered what would happen did she refuse Love. I pained this scar while tryingto WALTER W. ROSE

ther"newspaper.-Her DoddE'd.And fa she stare with unseeing eyes Thompson she murmured. to surrender the papers to Lou- prevent the Sight, sir. REALi ESTATE !
tone was numbed at being The man looked at her beque-wondered what diabolical
In surprise. thing: "If Her Lucille burst '
a forth
regarded her 19 the mirror his pas Rooms I &;3 WatkIns Block
!: brought Into such close contact d "Thompson," she murmured. es; might enter his brain when he found ]'. 'That man tried to rob me Phone

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ORLANDO'S FAIR SCHOOL,FUND APPORTIONMENTState just been received by the originatorof "AN AMERICAN'S VIEW OF THE The Telegram understands that Mr. FLORIDA SHOULD HAVE MORE
I the movement from Lady Hamilton WAR SITUATION I j'Jeremiah B. Smith has moved to Pine LEMONS OR LIMES
Orlando's Orange County Fair has I Superitendent W. N. Sheats I I the wife of one of the leading of- I I I I Castle in Orange county, where he
opened auspiciously and there is every has finished making out lists of appor- j I ficers of the British diplomatic ser- ,I London Feb. 13.-Besides Rouma- I will make his future home. It is un- Why not look into the possibilities
indication that it will exceeed in attendance tionments to the various counties of I vice stating that the fruit has been nia, Bulgaria Greece and Italy it h ,I derstod that Mr. Smith has organ- of lemons or limes for Florida. Justas
and in general attractiveness money derived from interest on ,the I greatly appreciated and thanking the quite probable that Holland will en- ized a bank there and has secured abstract good fruit can be grown here as
any of its predecessors.The school fund. The principal of this donors for their kindly remembrances ter the war soon. The Germans seem I of 100 acres which he is going anywhere; and for many years lemons
opening was signalized by a fund cannot be spent and is investedin I to the soldiers. to have less doubts about the adventof 1 to develop and that he contemplates very good money indeed. The lime is
gala parade of automobiles and decor- bonds. The apportionment this This movement is not only a hu- the Netherlands as a combatantthan rejuvenating that section generally.- rapidly growing to be a favorite over
ated floats and those who saw this year is fifty cents per pupil the largest manitarian one, but the effects'will be the allies. An American who I Lakeland Telegram. the lemon. The market is unlimited,
feaure say it would have done creditto it has ever been. Last year it to acquaint the British with the high has just arrived here after extended I though the lime will need some intro-
a town many times the size of Or- I was about forty-five cents per pupil. quality of Florida's citrus fruits and travels in Germany makes this clear. FOR SALE duction. Both varieties must be
lando. The business houses of the main reason for this increase per pu- who knows but that when all is quiet The Kaiser has concentrated two I Terms to .Suit Purchaser planted far enough south to be safe
Good citrus and truck land, cleared
city were handsomely represented and pil is the fact that recently the state again that a demand will be created I full army corps near the German. ; in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots on from frost, or else in some particularly -
all the civic organizations were in :board of public instruction has been I for our products and a new market !I Dutch border, he said and many I brick road to be built this year two l favored spot where extreme cold
I buying school bonds in different partsof found.It troops have been placed on the Bel- miles from Orlando. Phone 1021.1 enver comes for both are much more
line.Orlando is using the present Fair the state which earns uspally a 5 is understood that those who desire gian-Dutch border. Defense works rings. 2,or Orlando white H.for G. Jackson appointment., R. F. D.No. tender than either the orange or the
as an opportunity to impress the advantages I or 6 per cent interest whereas hereto- to contribute fruit to the suffer- have also been erected in the latter 2-14-lmo grapefruit.-Florida Grower.
fore the fund has largely been invested wounded send it to Sander- region. _--
of Orange County upon the' ing may ---- -- -- - --- -- --- --
visiting public. Few towns can compare in bonds of other states that have 'son & Sons 26 Broadway New York Germans realize that the open hos-
with Orlando in the record of im- !earned only 3!% and 4 percent. The I City who will attend to the shipping tility of Holalnd would be a great VALENTINES[ [ AND VALENTINE{ [ POST CARDS
provements made in the past few |i total amount of interest on the fund I of same to Europe.JACKSONVILLE blow to their cause. They believe the
years. Large sums have been spent [ that was apportioned was $63,282.50 allies have no chance to push them
in schools, paving parks sidewalks { divided among the several counies MAN HAS A out of Belgium if Holland remains
and other public improvements and having a total attendance of pupilsin COUPLE ARRESTED AT KIS- neutral but both in Berlin and at the
yet the tax rate of Orlando is only : the public schools for the last SIMMEE ON CHARGES Hague it is realized that a declaration All kinds and prices to suit all
little of 126,565. The average atten- of war would be a blow at the
thirteen mills or just a more year
than one-half that of Tampa.The I dance of pupils was 2,126 and the apportionment Kissimmee Florida February 9.- I heart of Germany. It would imperil tastes and pocket books. Get .
their the rich Westphalian mining and industrial yours
Tribune congratulates Orlando was 1063000. A man and woman giving I

and Orange County on the creditable - -- names as Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith district. while the assortment is good.W.
showing they are making and wishes TOTAL ORANGE CROP OF SYRIA are in jail here, charged with a stat- The Dutch believe that if Germanywins .
for them continued growth and pros- IS A FAILURE utory offense by Louis Delarocque of this war the Netherlands will be
perity and the most successful Fair i Jacksonville, who claims that the part of Germany in all but name. S. BRANCH
in their history.-Tampa Tribune. I note that the toal orange crop of woman is his wife. Many argue that this reason shouldbe
j Syria that has formerly been marketed The couple arrived here a week ago strong enough to induce Holland The Arcade Book and Music Store
HERE'S WHAT COLLIER'S WEEK- altogether in England and amounting from Orlando and engaged a room at to cast in her lot with the allies. The
LY THINKS OF CENTRAL i{ to over two million boxes will besa a boarding house. The woman solic- entry of Roumania or Italy in the
FLORIDA toal loss this season through inability ited subscriptions for a magazine. I lists against the Teutonic nations

"The central region is filled with Ie of shippers to find carriersfor They left last Thursday. On Friday would go a long way to bringing the
brisk. prosperous little towns brick I the crop. Is it not just possiblethat Delarocque appeared and stated he Dutch, too.There THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S
paved and electric lit. Here thereis England would take considerable was the woman's husband and had are rumors in Germany said
a large proportion of permanent Florida fruit just now if it were of- followed the couple for the past two this American that an army of 250
settlers; they have god schools-even fered them?Florida Grower. weeks trying to get evidence on 000 is concentrated at Bremen wait- TRANSFERDr.
universities-and they play polo. which to have them arrested. Monday ing a favorable opportunity to invade

Choose oranges potatoes celery or SEE ALL FLORIDA LAND BEFORE they were taken into custody at England. He said: B. D. WIENENGA, Prop. I
tomatoes as your crop and some district -I BUYING SAYS EDITORWe Tavares and brought here. "I visited much of the Rhine district -
will on scientific investigation, Delarcoque also alleges that the and at Cologne there are 100-I

prove to be your agricultural affinity. I have ever urged that no one woman has another husband and that 'I' 000 troops concentrated 40,000 at I Livery, Draying and Hauling J
The selection may be left to you and : should buy land in Florida or anywhere later on she will be taken to Canton, Dusseldorf and 100,000 at Wesel. I ..
the various settlers' bureaus. The : else under the sun without inspecting I Ohio, ao answer a charge of bisramy. I II Germany will have more than 2,000- .
business of this article is not soI I it, or having it inspected.The i I The pair are said to have been at ::500 men in the western arena of war ,
much to find permanent homes as I best land companies of the State |Tampa some time ago. I by spring. As for food, there is not WE GUARANTEE GOOD 5ER\MCE f fI
pleasant places for the winter holi- are urging the plan of "seeing before j the slightest indication of a shortage I
days." ,buying," one company even going so i FLORIDA CAN BE MADE GREATEST and much laughter is caused i I II \
I far as to refuse:; to sell unless he I GRAZING STATE I among Germans by the pathetic accounts 'j,' BUS AND TRUCK
Supt. Chas. M. Jones, of the Lake- : land has been examined by the pros- I( of their supposed sad plight I ,
land schools, has been appointed one i pective buyer or agent.-Florida Florida as a cattle country sounds i I is related in the English press. German -
of the judges of the educational !j Grower. good to the Florida Grower. Here is officials are well aware that Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited \
partment of the Orange county de-I a staple that never has yet been over- British officials know Germany can
and will go up on Friday to do FLORIDA ORANGES TO BRITISH producedThe demand for cattle is I! hold out for two years or more. HORSES FOR SALE
work. It is worthy of note that Or- HOSPITALSFor constantly growing. Florida can be,: I
in I I In :Mexico the two eternal questions -
to judge made the greatest grazing State
lando secures a gentleman Orlando Florid
'Phone 257.
who is fitted by scholarly attainmentsto several wweks past shipmentsof the country by use of the newly I are "What shall we do to our
intelligently fairly and impartiallyact Florida oranges have been madeto troduced forage crops. in-I I x-presidents?" and "What shall theexpresidents

and he will do so, without doubt. the British miliatry hospitals by stock and fenced ranges are the I do to, escape being

-Lakeland Telegram. residents of Florida and a letter has I I swer. lone?"Philadelphia Inquirer. __ _
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We offer a few of our listed propositions from such parties which are obliged to sell for ,

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

the most sanguine investor. The properties we have to offer embrace some of the most attractive !

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

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

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

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

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

This Is A Selling Out Bargain

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

money go farther than any other chance you may ever get to buy Orlando property at a sacrifice.No .
matter how small or how large an investment you wish to make we are in position to suit them all and

guarantee satisfaction.By .

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

attached to it.



Phone 570 Over Peoples National Bank .

Total Responsibility:
Incorporated, $25,00.00 paid up ':!
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0'' Grand Display and Opening in Store
. .A.11 Day Th wa rS ci EL



o Opening Exposition of Exquisite Dress I

0 In the great numbers the Variety, Exclusiveness and Artistic "

O'i of the Hats assembled for this very important Event, all our !previous

plays have been far outclassed. '


V The ,most eminent artists of Paris are widely represented in types

, Q the highest order of excellence.
Ci IT"o

0 Our Own Designers Kindly accept this announce- Smart Spring
Have had in'view for the ment as a personal invitation \V raps,'c. ostumes,
',,, for you to attend t hh, e grandest -
last several months the re- Skirts and Waists.We .
of Spring Style I shown, and
quirements of this event. cordially invite
which will occur on the Roof
r Ql Their contributions are equal Garden, Wednesday evening, call and inspect the -
ly praisworthy. The presFebruay 17th, at 8 o'clock. .fVne elaborate Ready-to-Wear display of
tige of this section as a style I There will be music and 4 .
ever shown by the Big
source of unequalled importance reels of pictures shown after the the recognized style
0 will be almost universgrand display of Beautiful Cos- the city and county.
ally increased by this exhibit.tumes and New SpringMillinas has been our efforts
So elaborate a presentation erv, on living models years past, we believe
0 of fascinating modes has All is f ee. Come and bring will readily conclude that
your friends. There will be is unquestionably the
0 never before been attempted seats for all est exposition of
in our city. tivestyleswehave ever
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(SiQ With every paid admission to the Roof Garden Monday night, a dish of Hands Ice r
will be given Absolutely Free.
0 i Bigu, Drama--2 reels-Edna Maison--THE ISLAND OF HAPPINESS i
Nestor, Comedy. Moran, Rhodes, Dillon AND THE DEACON ;
0 Admission Free Until 6:30 p. m. Nights, Children 5c. Adults



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i.j 1I Lw" I II -
-I The executive officers of the Men's
Suffrage League of Orlando met with
Dr. Howell as his guests at the Cor-
nish Rest Room yesterday from 12:30to
1:30, and over the tea cups discussed -
ways and means of advancingthe
cause in Florida during the com-
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ing year. '". .:, .: :'-:'-.
TO THE This being their annual meeting
the following officers were announcedfor '
MODERNWOMAN the ensuing year- E. F. Sperry,
president; Dr. J. C. Howell.first j jL 1
president; J. F. Schumann, second LA

A CHECK BOOK IS A NECESSITY vice-president; J. Van Buskirk, secretary }
an dtreasurer; J. F. Schumann, ? : ;

press agent. : Your comfort and prosperity for
Miss Safford was present as an
honorary guest, and assisted in form-
ulating plans for future work. n i(9i(5(< l( )

depcnusliipcn: yourself and
Charles P. Dow announced last your
DON'T carry a fat pocket-book about with night that the Peoples National Bank connections. '
would have on exhibition this week
you for the sake of paying for purchases in
i the noteworthy and wonderful at-
cash. J3j traction of money displayed at the A savings or checking bank accountin

Think of SAFETY FIRST. fair. The exhibit has been rented for this institution is a positive step
another week from the Philadelphia
Pay by Check with our bank checks. be numismatist. The display will be I forward. "

safe, have a receipt. shown in the directors' room at the
bank for one week. Mr. DOW has received Start .
You can open your check account here with ..:. now: ,:_:
so many congratulations over .
the State Bank any business day. the coin display that he made a spe- .. --'. ...
I cial effort to retain the exhibit for ''-...'' ."-.. :-:
week. -. .
one more ..''--,.., .- .a

LOST-Gold watch bracelet. Rewardfor 'J t\ :g: J1:1 [ t

return to this office. 214ltcFOR
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RENT-Nicely furnished room; - -
pleasant and convenient location; '" '- .. .:... -_ -
moderate rental. 202 East Robinson .- :: ; ;
I avenue. 1-14-31;
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= - -- YES-We teach you the barber trade 1
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and give position in our chain of .
Mr. J. D. Norman, who has been
LOCAL AND PERSONALRing shops at good wages, for $30. Atlanta -. -
visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Fuller at Barber College 10 East :Mitchell ..
their home, 307 West Pine street, left street. Atlanta, Ga. 1-14-lf '. -:- .__, : _;_>:o: -: ,
296 and we do the rest for yesterday afternoon for his home in -
lOc. Wurman's Parcel Delivery Ser- I GIRLS LEARN :\MILLINERY t
West Point, Ga. This was Mr. Nor- -- ____
vice. 2-5-1mo trade for women; pays $60 to $100 n -u -
man's first visit to Orlando, but he a month. Prepare now for spring I .
Mr. R. L. Irwin, of St. Augustine, says it will not be his last, as he is season Ideal Millinery School, 100 1-:! ''_ ra
spent yesterday in Orlando on busi- in love with the place and is think- 2-14-lt Whitehall street, Atlanta, Ga.

ness. ing strongly of investing in realty.
LOOK-18! desirable city buildinglots
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Sandlin were fine locations; prices very low OFF FOE THE FAIR
terms easy. Apply to W. II. Eaton, I
over from Ocala yesterday greeting Two Handsome owner, 215 South Main street,
their many friends. 2-14-H site Methodist church. Phone oPPO-j l

With every paid admission to Roof Lake Front STOP: JVTMcElroy's
TODAY dinner,
will a'dish -Turkey
Garden Monday night give I
of Hand's Ice Cream absolutely free. Grove and Home 50c. Orland Cafe. *

2-14-ltc. 1 I I i

With every paid admission to Roof Properties Pharmacyand
Garden Monday night will give a dish'
of Hand's Ice Cream absolutely free. I
2-14-ltc I

I One of them is the prettiest Kodak films. On back
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Richardson arrived -I lake front location in get your way

in Orlando last night from Phil- the State of Florida with and leave films be de
adelphia, Pa., and are guests of Mr. I stop again your to
and Mrs. C. G. Westcott at their homeon large acreage and a most

Lucerne Circle. I I modern dwelling. veloped.

Miss Kathleen Brady, of Sanford, : The other has a fine The

who has been visiting her friend, i grove, with modern improvements -

Miss Julia Bunch, daughter of' Mr. and worthy of a4it4fcL4. A' Chocolate Ice
and Mrs. R. L. Bunch, on West Cen- I any further improvements
tral avenue, returned home yesterday SAN Have a ,
afternoon.Our i Cream SodaFriends'
I These are high priced g-

particular good friend, Capt.W. properties, but they are JUAN
H. Swinton, had made all his ar-
both big bargains. -
rangements to go to Tampa yester-I
day to take in the sights of Gaspa- ,
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rilla week, but in some way or man-

the ner fact the that genial there captain were got"confidence"I wind of I i I S. G. Dolive & Son In.the. room south of ( .

men, wire tappers, "dips pickpockets -:
hold-ups etc., in the Queen City, the lobby we have opened a A
and he decided to forego his visit for I I REAL ESTATENo. Opinions
awhile. The captain.went all throughthe Cigar and News Stand,
war but he did not care to take 3 WEST PINE STREET
that is as complete
chances on being "touched.
Second Floor
anything of the kind in the
Get the news in The Sentinel first. I .
state.A Convincing proof of efficiency in our
complete line of periodicals Banking service is the fact that a large Apart

Artistic SouvenirsSterling and magazines in of our new business arises from the }t ; '

stock all the time at all recommendation of present patrons. c

hours.In e ms a

Silver Spoons, Forks, Hand the room is also loca- Frequently new patrons tell us that theyare I 1 1s

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

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

cal of Florida and Orlando that will provea sing Booth, Long Distance their friends. t!

Telephone and Railroad
source of great delight to your friends Folder Booth.

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

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

Department is in charge of most compe- eral public.

offer. - ''
tent workmen.

T. H. EVANS Orlaildo Bank &Trn t C m an

JEWELER Orlando's Conservative Bank

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