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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 16, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00485
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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VOLUME THREE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1915. NUMBER 4.

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AMERICANS FEAR BERLIN SENTIMENT ;






BRITISH MAY STOP FOOD TO GERMANY




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. BERLIN TO PEOPLE PRESS AMERICANS- AND HOSTILE GERMAN "PEACE SUNOA !FLEE SAVAGE MEXICO OR SEEK{ AUSTRIAN FLEET STEAMS





. War Threatens-Between Greece I I I I OBSERVED BY SHELTER UNDER CARRANZA'S WING


and ter TurkeGreeklinis at Constantinople i I OUT AND StlllS[ ANTI YARI


FOREIGN NATIONS HAVE
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UNITARIANS
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on Way Home I Orlando Life In -
i ONE OF TWO THINGS TO . . . . . .
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FLEET SHELLS :MONTENE.GRIN
SAYSIGERMAHYWL'MEET ParagraphBEAUTIFUL I DO JN CLIMAX SHOOT NEGRO'S BODY FULL ,.

CHURCHILL REV. GORDON DELIVERS I OF HOLES PORT EARLY SUNDAY -(*


WITH ACTIVE REPRISALS i IMPRESSIVE SERMON ATUNITY GARDEN i I WASHINGTON' YVERY GLOOMY :.. Macon Miss.-. Feb. 15.; -.\ mob MORNING
I II. Hillman's garden in the rear of
J CHAPEL I I I late today captured Horace RobI
his residence on the corner of Living- ROYAL PALACE WAS ATTACKEDTwo
inson, a negro accused of tilling I
FIRST LORD OF ADMIRALTY DC-I ston and Magnolia avenues, shows the Diplomatic Washington Is All
Terrell Kemp, an officer at.
FENDS AND REVIEWS ENGLISH 2TBEQR1ESHUMAOEVELOPWT 2 work of a master hand. It is not Agog by Latest Develop- '
Brooks*Hie. late Saturday night. Austrian Asuil
much more than 50 feet square but Airships
NAVY; SAYS RESIST ments in Poor :Medieval The savage' and bloodthirsty mob '
it contains more vegetables than ar
Royal Palace at Reika
ANCE BE MADE i lynched Robinson' and then shot -
One Wholly Brutal Cruel and
ordinary family can consume. Every Mexico
the body full of holes. King and Queen Are *
Hate I Selfish, the Other Altru- head of lettuce is large and perfect. . . . . . . . . .
Reconsidered of
Question Stop Every bunch of celery is "bettern'n Washington Feb. 15.-Foreign na- Endangered

ping Food Supplies to Germany, j i istic, Said Rev. Kalamazoo," and big ripe strawberries -I i i tions have left it to the discretion of S . . . . . . t i . ..

Says Churchill in Great I GordonIn are peeping out from the vines i Cettinje, Montenegro, via London,
i 1 their ambassadors and ministers in TIBER IS FIFTY FEET OVER
Speech and blossoms. Every man in Orlando Feb. .-The Austrian fleet on Sc-.!
Mexico whether shall leave that BANKS
I accordance with the suggestionof could have just as good a garden as they s day morning made a sortie from the

Copenhagen, Feb. 15. the American Unitarian Associa- Mr. Hillman if he would put as much country altogether or go down to Gulf of Cattaro and commenced bom-
Large num- Rome, Feb. 13.-In the wake
bers of Americans are leaving Berlin tion, that Sunday, February 14, be brains and work into it. ;I Vera Cruz where Carranza is established of the recent destructive earthquakes bardment of the port of Antivari,

and pouring in here on every train observed in all Unitarian churches as i as first chief. Italy is experiencing anew Montenegro. Is

because of the hostile attitude of the "Peace Sunday," celebrating! the closeof HUNTING SEASON I This announcement was made after series of disasters in the i

Berlin press and the German people one hundred years of peace be- Next Saturday, February 20, is the :the Italian ambassador and the British S form of floods.In J' After a long period of inactivity
fighting between Austria and Mont5negro >
tween English speaking nations, a last day on which hunting can be -
towards Americans.War ambassador had discussed the *
I r low lying quarters the people has been resumed. An Ai--
special program of service was ren- carried on in Florida without defying have been driven from their ,' trian fleet has bombarded the Montenegrin -

dered Sunday at Unity Chapel, and in the law. Quite a number of sports- I I port of Antivari, and two ..\uf-
Imminent connection therewith Rev. Eleanor E. men have gone to the woods as this I homes or are prisoners in upper trian aeroplanes attacked with mA-
Athens, Feb. 15.-It is believed that stories.' In Rome the Tiber already : rhine guns the palace in which
Gordon minister delivered impressive will be the last will were
a very opportunity they
!
war is imminent between Greece and in Washington takes a very gloomy is more than fifty feet out !I King Nicholas and the other members
and heartening sermon,usingas have until the twentieth of Novem *
Turkey as the result of the latter's view of the current events in the of its normal banks and rising of Montenegrin: royal family.
a subject, "The Peace We Fight ber. Ii Of the great struggle in Polanj.
failure to give Greece satisfaction following Mexican capital. inches hour. '
two an Galicia and Bukowina, there is little
For. The Rev. Miss Gordon in part, -0-- . . . . . .
the recent insult to its naval There is famine there, the cost of . s new information. A decisive battle
attache at Constantinople. The Greek said: MAYOR IN JAX living has risen to an unprecedented in northern Poland is looked for whets
"'To those of a noble disposition, Mayor E. F. Sperry is spending to- has the retreating Russians reach positions -
minister at standard the best water supply
Constantinople left and is j!
the whole world is one family.: day in Jacksonville on business. on which they decide to make a
. on his way home. I I From the Hindu. been cut off and their law is adminis- ESCAPE FROM THE TURKSF. I stand.

' i il tered by various military leaders.It -
I
"If we had kept this day one :year JAX EX-MAYOR WAS HERE _
known that there
became
Churchilrs Address today I Royal Palace Attacked
ago, how different the feeling might Ex-Mayor W. S. Jordan, of Jack- 4
London, Feb. 15.-Germany will had been a conference about a week H. Williams Receives Note Cettinje, Montenegro, via London', j
have been but I intono I
; purpose to go sonville, who has been spending sev-
be ago with the diplomatic corps in Mexico Feb. 15.The members of the 1I
not allowed His royl
to
adopt a system of harrowing details of the number eral days in this section, returned Telling of Safety of
City to discuss whether it is possible family of Montenegro were subjected
open piracy and murder without active killed and wounded in this war or the home yesterday afternoon. Sister Held! Prisoner I
reprisals, declared Churchill, the I for the corps to remain in the yesterday in their residence at Reika '
great money cost you know as well -o- TurksMr.
firs* lord cf the cdni-a'.iy: in tu... country at all. bv to machine gun fire from two Aus ,
as I. Nor enter into discussion of the RETURN TO DELANO 1
I
house of this It was indicated by one ambassador trian aeroplanes.
commons afternoon, statement that war is necessary to Mr. and :Mrs.: E. L. Rowland who F. II. Williams was the happy I
that if things much worse Reika is Lake Scu-
while defending the British and I go a village near
navy keep men of the nation strong and were in charge of the Volusia county recipient of a letter from England
giving a general review of its there might be a general exodus of tari, where the royal family spendsthe
opera- brave. If necessary men should kill exhibit at the fair, returned to De- I which carried the news that his sis- "
with the
tions during the first six months of 'the members of the corps winter. King Nicholas, the queen
one another once in so often to make Land yesterday. Mr. and Sirs. Rowland ter and her husband, Barfield Pasha,
the war. I consent of their governments.A and the princesses watched the aerial j jI
them strong and unafraid, better that made friends while here
many had reached London, having escaped "
from Tampico that I
Churchill announced that the dispatch says raiders from their palace windows.
gov- all development be arrested. and it is hoped that they will return from their prison at Smyrna. It will .
Gutierrez the former provisional I Several
ernment had decided "under specialcircumstances" bullets fired from the areo-
"There are two theories of human next year.DISTINGUISHED. be remembered that at the declaration -!
I Blanco
and Gen. are reported i fell them.
to submit the president I planes near
cargo development; one the wholly brutal, -()- Valles of war by Turkey, Mr. Barfield, :
of the Wilhelmina and its destination to have arrived at near I
cruel, bloodthirsty; the other that VISITORS who was in charge of all the railroads :
to the prize court. Tampico, with 3,000 men.
I through all and permeating all is the Among the distinguished Floridians in Smyrna, in the interests of the 'I IAll i
from Monterey a AT
.,. "We have not yet stopped the imports -' A Telegram says I MEETING?
of food into altruistic-the spirit of love, kindness, visiting Orlando yesterday are included -j large body of Carranza troops hasI English bondholders, was taken pris-
Germany said generosity. Mr. C. E. Wood editor of the Eus- oner together with his wife. All the -
been the city since the last fight
Churchill, "but the time has now I near
come "Conflict is the law of life but tis Lake Region, State Senator W. M. these two were
as officials excepting !
when we must reconsider the situa-i I I between them and Villa's troops. Only! "Big Four" at B. of T.
I I we grow toward the higher life the Igou Mayor I. M. Kennedy, and Mr. Angeles, it is stated, is giving am- sent to a prison about 40 miles inland, Meeting-Assumed That :

tion."The allied '::: scene of the battle changes thoughthe M. Mullage, of Eustis. They left ple protection to all citizens at Mon but Mr. and Mrs. Barfield were placed
governments probably conflict grows in intensity. The last night for Tampa where they will under strict guard at the railroad of- Others Heard Ex-Gov. a
.
will make a declaration the effect of terey.A
only worth while is the enjoy the Gasparilla carnival.R. Glenn
peace peace
Pass
from Eagle
says
which will be to bring full dispatch fices.For
our naval to bear pressureof i we fight for, using the sword of the that Villa's troops have again ap- weeks the guard was very I 1

Germany. powers upon Spirit. R. COMMISSION HEARING IS peared at Monclova and Carranza strict, but one day just as a steamerwas : President Woodruff, Secretary ,

"The paralyzing force of this I The speaker said another great POSTPONEDThe troops have evacuated the town. leaving the company's pier for Howard, Commissioner Johnson, and

cause of the bitter conflict was in- meeting of the state railroad Athens, Greece, the guards were I Col. Bradshaw were the faithful four

deside pressure the by issue the of navy may" in itself I justice-promoted by love of power, commission in conjunction with the Deadly Clash Near :Monterey bribed and the two walked down the I who attended the Board of Trade j

war. !and greed for property. Board of Trade and the A. C. L. andS. Monterey, Feb. .-Nearly 300 pier, took boat and were soon out of meeting last night, and supposingthat

All Absorbing Topic I! "There are things worse than war. A. L., set for tomorrow night in combatants have been killed in a danger, transshipment from Athensto the other hundred and sixty 'j;

London, Feb. .-Germany's dec- I!Physical life is not the highest asset Orlando, has been indefinitely post- I clash between several thousand of England soon being accomplished. I members were at the prohibition "

laration of a war zone about the Brit- of human society, neither is peace poned. The meeting was to have beena Villa troops and a number of ex-fed Needless to say their baggage was meeting, they tried to shape up the 1
ish Isles still is an absorbing topic discussion relative to a new union smallest only too business it would be attended to in j
I bought at the price of slavery. Hating I erals near this city early today. The of the very being so
for the English newspapers and public depot. thankful to from the clutchesof short metre when the crowd should
f as I do today with every fibre of passenger battle lasted several hours. Not until escape
and dispatches from the continent -oAUTOMOBILE- the unspeakable Turk. The joke is arrive, but the prohibition meeting 1
in it discov-
:my being the conditions Europe, the battle was over was
indicate that Germany is equally in- !yet I have never been willing to say SALES I'ered by the Villa commander that he that the Turks have never been able : kept up very late and the boys failedto 1

terested. i that all wars in the past have been Geo. R. LaDew, of Mt. Dora, has had been fighting: the allied troops. to use the railroad as they have no put in an appearance.The .

May Consider Recession I wrong or they may all be wrong in purchased a new Dodge car; and C. coal so long as England controls theseas. I secretary was requested to get

Washington, Feb. .-Count Beriistorff. i i the fuure. We have our ideal of .-Niles, of Orlando, a new Overlaid, I New Confidential Agent I busy and collect all the dues pending 1

': the German ambassador, to- :human society, but we must remem- I. Wl Phillips & Son making the Aguas Prieta, Mexico, via Douglas, his annual report to be submitted at '
day presented to the state departmenta sales. the next regular meeting, which will +
:ber that the road to that ideal is a Ariz., Feb. Constitutionalist NOTICE
note from his government, announcing -long and troubled one." -0- headquarters here have been informedby be the last for the year, the annual .. 1

that Germany will consider recession Briefly, said the speaker the POLICE COURT YESTERDAYJim Carranza that he has appointed While the management of the Lu- election to be held at that time. i

from its announced intention of .I causes for wars of aggression have Lambert, Warren Williams, Juan N. Amador as the confidential cerne theatre have made arrange- Other matters were discussed but t

attacking British merchantmen, if been love of power and greed for Wash Neal and Joe Kirkland were agent Washington and that Ama- ments to admit colored people to a no formal business could be trans- ;'

Great Britain will withdraw its efforts -I property and commerce; while the fined $5 in police court yesterday for I'dor left this morning to assume the part of the theatre for the picture acted without a quorum. .

to prevent foodstuffs from cause of wars for defense have been being drunk. pos. Amador held numerous positions shows, the management of the Civic "

reaching Germany's civilian popula- religious persecution, political oppres- -oI'OSTPONEMENT- I of trust in the constitutionalist League benefit performance wish to ATTENDED W. U. T. MEETING AT ';

tion. I sion and unjust taxation. In all cases government and is well known in the state that for this evening, Tues- JACKSONVILLEAt .

Terrific Artillery Duel there has been bitterness and suspi- The Men's Open Forum Club set United States.FUNERAL day, February 16th, ther e will be ,

London, Feb. 15.Ypres for a long I cion caused by ignorance of one people for this Wednesday evening has been no admission to the theatre for colored Jacksonville yesterday an im- f

time the cockpit of battle in Flanders i of another. postponed to next Wednesday even- OF EDW. A. SPIIALERThe people as the house is leased by portant business meeting of Western J

is again the center of a terrific artil- J The speaker referred to a little ing, February 24. the Civic League for that night. I Ii Union Telegraph, managers was held.
i i
lery duel, according to official reports ;book recently published by an English -o- funeral services for Edward A. President Carlton and Commercial ,

received from Paris and Berlin to- i educator entitled "Who Is Responsible NEW ENGLAND ASSOCIATIONIt Sphafer, who was killed early Satur- SCORES TO TAMPA Manager Willever, of Xew York,

night. : ; ?" quoting a portion of the is very necessary that every one day morning when the automobile he were present at the meeting, which 1

Terrific engagements continue on preface: "It is to the women that we planning to attend the picnic of the was driving turned over, were held I It is impossible for us to name all opened at 10 o'clock at the Hotel j

the fields between LaBassee and Beth- look in the future as one of the great New England Association shall send Sunday morning at 11 o'clock at of the people who have gone to Tam- Windsor. Subjects pertaining to business .J

une. ibout Soissons and the region of forces making for peace. Germany the name and the number of gueststo Hand's undertaking parlors, Rev.Tur- "pa within the last two days to take I methods, local problems, and

Perthes, as well as in the Argonnes, !r is a standing warning of the dangerof Mrs. M. J. C. Neill, Box 14, Orlando ner officiating. The services were t in the Gasparilla. They have crowded management were discussed.

where the battle around Bagatelle is a too exclusively man-made civil- who is the committee on refresh- largely attended and many beautiful i! the trains, autoed, and some I Miss Myrtle Hurd, manager of the

being waged with renewed fury. ization." ments. Massachusetts assumes the floral offerings were in evidence. A I walked. Orlando office, was unable to attend 1

An important action was fought on i: "The women of these United States responsibility of the food question. large number of mourners came from I the meeting, and in her stead the 'I

the hillsides and in the valleys of the I evidently believe this, and they or- Basket lunches augmented by Boston Pine Castle and from Taft, where his I ROUND TABLE MEETING) local office was represented by :Mr. i iI

Vospres and Lorraine, being watched ganized in Washington a few days baked beans, brown bread, coffee, and bereaved parents reside. Intermentwas Guy Empie, assistant manager. Others

wiht interest owing to their bearingon ago the Woman's Peace Party. It chicken pilau. Each individual must in Orlando cemetery. I Fred W. Stanley addressed the I from around the state at the

the advance against the Rhine line has been suggested that a better title bring a cup, spoon and plate. I Round Table Sunday evening, speak- j I meeting were Managers McCormick, .,

of German fortifications. would be National Peace Party, with THE WEATHER : ing on the subject, "Agricultural Sur- 'Gainesville; Webster, Lakeland, Sage,

Violent trench to trench fighting men and women,,or citizens, as mem- Come to us for Books, Stationery, vey of Florida." His remarks were 'Ocala; Coxe, St. Augustine; Moore,

continues about Bagatelle and the bers. Music, School and Office Supplies, I Florida: Partly cloudy Tuesdayand = instructive and very interesting to .. Pensacola; McDonald, West Palm

:Marie Theresa fortifications. .,, (Continue on page 4) I Curtis & O'Neal, Orange Avenue. Wednesday. the large audience present. >E i Beach, and Miss Kumnick, Daytma.HEMORNINGSENTINEL .



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Mr. C. S. McIntosh has just opened !' IIMIMMMIMMi ; '

up where in he room is prepared No.3, Arcade to bUilding,1 your i Seeds Seeds Seeds 1 !

ii; Economy photos, frame your pictures or re I

THE KEYSTONE HOTELCorner ( silver mirrors, ete.Ir.. McIntosh is
an expert in his line and it will pay
West and Church Streets M HintsA you to look him up when in need of NEW STORE
Splendid service Excellent rOOms. Hot and cold water. One of the best his services.
cooks in the state. Rates 17.50 per week and up. Special rates to parties
wishing table board. penny saved i.a is NEW SEEDSSweet

W. G. DUNCAN, Prop penny earned Dr.'F. Thompson

Benjamin Franklin. DENTIST Corn Field Corn, Peas, Beans Etc. We

THE WINDERMEREChoice guarantee our seeds to be fresh.
Recently of New York

Location All Modern Conveniences UNT throw away the old piecesof Over Curtis & O'Neals Don't be
D bread that are left over Orange Ave. disappointed, come [to us [for Drugs

Excellent Table Good Water Reasonable Rates from each meal, but instead 24d&w1mDr. and Garden Seed.City .

put them all in a jar and then
On Beautiful Lake Lucerne Orlando Fla.
twice a week place the assortment In
a slow oven to dry and brown a bit. S. S. Jones
After this place them in a crusher or .
VISIT "COLLIER GROVE"-ON LAKE APOPKAFOR
meat chopper and pulverize. This canals Store
TIlE BEST FISHING CHIROPRACTOR Drug
>o be done with a rolling pin. Put
On main country road, four miles east of Clermont and three miles west of in a jar for future use. A supply of graduate Davenport College, 17 and

Ookland; 16 miles west of Orlando, at Bear's Gap Station, T. & G. R. R. dried breadcrumbs should always be 209.18 Yowell-Duckworth Intelligent people building everywhereare ; phone A GOOD DRUG STORE"e

Parking place for Autos. Fine Pier and Pavilion and Picnic Grounds. Tripsto kept haudy. They are required everyday being restored to health by chiro-
wonderful "Boiling Springs." Steel Motor and Row Boats, well equipped, in the ("ookin;;. For oyjst purposes practic adjustments, the new scienceof J. Z DEMT Ph. '
for hire. Agents for Ferro Motors and Mullin's Steel Boats. dried breadcrumbs "e much removing the cause of disease. Examination ,. G .
better than freshly crumbled ones, and free.
12-24-lmo::
Oakland Office with T. Connell, Grocer. Telephone at residence, "Collier it saves endless time when the actual .. . . MMIM MM Mi

Grove," call Monte Verde. Pavilion on pier. Can be engaged for dancing cooking is en hand if these are always SIGNS ------------------------ -

purposes. ready.
(rated cheese is also necessary In
cooking; aril the odd pieces of cheese Gold Leaf and Aluminum, on
Home Comforts Service Finest Rooms in City should be sorted after f ach meal grated Glass or Wood WRIGHT SEED CO.We .
down and stored in wide necked
Cloth Signs and Big Bulletins I
Sanitary Inspection Rated 100 glass bottles.
the Largest Stock of
The extravagant housewife buys lard a specialtyI carry Seed in

for cooking purposes. The home cook have Morgan with me and can Orange Lounty. Agents for the elebra-
who understands practical economy
(THE NEW GRANDHENRY never permits this extravagance.It give prompt serviceGEO.A.BARKER ted National Guano Fertilizers

BARTLETT., Prop. should never be necessary to buy
fat for frying purposes if meat is 206 So. Orange Ave.y&p
properly trimmed and all the spare .
110 West Pine St.
European Plan IS;Vesl Pine SI., fat rendered down together with
dripping. and the fat taken from the
Rooms with Bath Orlando Fla. top of stock provided the latter has DoctorsBuckiiiasfel'
not been flavored with onions. To

clarify fat put all the pieces, whether &
BrundageOSTEOPATHS
TOURISTS ATTENTION! raw or cooked In an iron saucepan ? ,
with a little water enough to come to 1
about a quarter of the depth of" the
We Serve the FinestMeals] in Orlando
fat boil it quickly without the lid till Personal instruction under Dr. Still
Prepared by our New York Cook the water is evaporated and the fat at Kirksville Mo.
reduced to oil. stirring it frequentlythe
Hours, 9 to 12; 1 to 5; Evenings by .
109 Rooms Bath, Steam Heat. $1.00 while. Then strain it oft into a appointment.
clean basin.
After being used for frying; fat 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples r
Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water
National Bank. Phone 578.
should be strained at once and can BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
be used time after time whatever is .
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EMPIRE HOTEL left. If it is not burned and brown. DISAPPOINTMENT LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS .

being reclarified with the other. Properly to August
Comes to those who buy "old garden Effective from August 1, 1914
clarified fat in well for
comes ordinary
54 Light Housekeeping Rooms ; << cakes and pastry also. Many seed." Our store is new, our seeds 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduce

housewives throw away the shriveled are fresh. Don't be disappointed.Come tion during that time:

brown pieces left in the sieve after to us for pure drugs and fresh
ROSSMORE INNWindermere the fat was strained, but one home garden seed. City Drug Store, J. L. Touring Car $555.00Runabout
cook saves it. She chops and uses It
Dean. 2-3-2wksc 505.00
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instead of suet and it makes excellent]]
puddings. F. 0. B. Orl.... AH can fully .juipp This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric PHONE 646
fcrther. w. will b. able to .bt.l. tb e ..n.... efficient
lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite with CUISINE HINT. AUTO FOR HIRE |B eel factory production, and the !&!.a. CMt In ..*
Lath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish- FIRST CLASS REPAIRING- p.rchm, .nc and tale department, if .e read an ..t..., ..fJOO.IOI

ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. How to Make Sirups and Get Them BARNARD & SON car between the above dates.
t* as
And .. .14 w. reach this prediction. we agree par
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Right. Orlando the barer: *. share from tit to fCI per car' (- .r
17 Hughey Street Fla. retail buyer wb psnha.ea a new
Time and atmosphere are the two o A>r t 1.IS1S te ererr :
12-10-&IU between August 1. Ult and Aara.t 1. HIS.
THE OSCEOLASTEAM considerations to study when sirups F.r ear low and fltbarinc -
F.r' farther particular regarding the** price pr
: are being made. A clear dry air helps
plea ace
very much. The foundation sirup must
HEAT THROUGHOUT be boiled until it forms a soft ball)) ORLANDO F. G. RUSH, '
when taken up with the fingers. Chill

Magnolia and Robinson Ave. J. IV. H"RLEY, Manager the fingers in Ice water first; then the Phone 226JUST
hot sirup will not burn. Place three-
fourths of a cupful of sugar and three
PLUMBING CO1
tablespoonfuls of water in a flat bottomed
Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round dish to boil evenly after stirring .

European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite the sugar until dissolved. :
When bubbling begins sprinkle a bit 26 WEST PINE STREET
: of cream of tartar on just as you do GOS

..{ / when amount making of &!rup randy.to heat This into is the the whiteof right; PHONE 122 JONES[ [ THE[ SAM[

one egg. Beat the egg light anJ dry
and after the sirup is added heat l untilit
ll- cools and will ""t>t" when spread. Best Plumbing at Low-
The seasoning should be added while
hot. If chocolate or cocoa sprinkle' on est PricesWe My bus line which has been serving you for fOurteen
and hot will melt it.
dry the sirup months has not changed its schedule, but leaves jat the
added for
I Fruit juices may be seasoning are not in the combine.
M and the :grated; rind of an orangeor SLAUTER'S latest inventions usedon same time it always has. ,
lemon flavors and colors nicely.
all first-class
Another test for shape Is this: Boil TIME TABLEBus
THE ARCADE HOTEL one cupful of sugar and three table- Construction!
spoonfuls of water. Stir until dissolved Plumbing Leaving Orlando, in Front of Evans, The Jeweler.
J. B. MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop. and set on to heat slowly. Watch I
'
the boiling as it begins on one side of .
First Class Restaurant Livery and Autos the dish until it spreads over the sur-
-For FineWATCH WEST BOUND EAST BOUD
face and all is bubbling. At
gradually
inBuilding: in Connections Read Down Read Up
.that instant remove from the stove CLOCK and -
Orlando, FH. and pour on to the beaten egg.:; When \ A.M.IA.M. !
you are making boiled icing and you JEWELRY REPAIRING I P. 1\1. A.M. P. ?1\.IP.; big

fear that it will dry before you get it call on C. VATER whois Orlando 3:00 9.30 +ol I 6.00
IF YOU WANT A LUNCHworth spread on the cake add a little butterto 6:30110.15 I.3
The butter will not only this trade Ocoee J : 8.3C
MHBMBMi H HB the icing. an expert at 7:30 1,15 4:00 12.31 5.00
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the money, come to Pope's Quick Lunch Counters. Our prevent, but the it adds Icing to from the turning richness.to Thisis candy with manyyears experience Winter Garden - I 7:4511:3c 4:30 I 8.15 12.1'34.45' I

food is not cooked in front of your eyes, where you are anno'edwith one method of using: chocolate.A Oakland : 8:00--, 4:30 I 8.oo--s-.. 4.30

the odors and heat, but in our sanitary kitchen. Try a cup at_ Youngs RepairShop ----- -

of our Rowland Special Coffee, French Dripped. The price is NURSERY HINT. Opp. Post Office; Pine Street Subscribe For The Daily Sentinel

only 5c. a cup. We offer you the best of service. _.
How to Prevent the Baby Chewing Its ---- - --

Pope & Co.'s Quick Lunch CountersChurch Is practically Cap Strings.It impossible. to keep a I.. .. . .. .. . . .. .. .

baby's strings clean. lIe will chew '
Street. Open from 5 a.m. to midnight on them cap until they are ragged and i

dirty Ions before the cap itself is even tIle |
I Seminary Beauty
soiled. The solution of this problemIs Polly

simple. It may not be as pretty as
the ribbon or muslin bows when they
are fresh, but it is a great deal prettier .
ORLANDO ROOFINGAND than they when they are soiled. Takea BENEFIT CIVIC LEAGUE
one-third inch wide elastic and sew
it to one!side; of the cap. Then measure

off to the other side to pet the right I Seat Sale Opens Monday 9 a. m. i
SHEET METAL CO. length; and fasten with a book on the ,
elastic and an eye inside the little cap.
Be sure it is plenty long enough; so :
ESTES PHARMACY
that there will not be the slightest
Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos, choking pressure on the little ones
throat. There N no dancer of this
and Rubber Roofings elastic: coming undone. as with cap For Performance Tuesday Eve. Feb. 16th
strings and it is much more sanitary ,

Cornices, Skylights. Heating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings cleaner and daintier looking.:

How to Make Cigar Boxes Useful. Lucerne TheatreAdmission

Works: 14 E. ChurchSt.: ORLANDO Save all the old cigar boxes you may
have around the house for packing any
small breakable article to be sent by
Lower Floor $1 75c.
parcel post. They are light; in weight. ,

yet sufficiently strong to be ample protection Balcony $1 75-50c.
If the goods are carefully pack- ,

Try Sentinel Want Ads. ed in soft paper or cotton. .
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rLORIU.IS MIRACLE: S.\YSCOLLIER'S from having a lovely home in awarm had to throw dice in order to decideto : v.o Oerman wireless have ,
WEEKLY experts r ot" 'n athe contra:< are witb-
climate, where
all
nearly of the most how
The lot advertised for $1200, desirable of the fruits and flowers of \ entitled man to.puffs I wa each!' unfortunate one 01 uva.v -: -ui-eeeded n: &e idiityr messages di a.. -. to prevent the ad.jii--.io.! <."

with a reduction of $100.00, if First Vision of Florida is Unforgettable the tropics.; can be made to grow and enough to get only three purfs. through the earth from nine- l.tmi i air.

Romantic Adtenlure. : with less trouble at that, as no one feet deep and a mile and a half apart. I

buyer would build, was boughtby need exercise the same amount of STARBIRDS WELL IS FINISHED Danger is avoided in a new German f About how km? will it be before

Mr. Samuel Brice of New "Florida is a miracle-one night'!: out care that is necessary in India, L'vi tank for benzine and other explosive Provisional President Villa loops the

from New York in a Pullman car! The I ma and Ceylon.-Florida Grower. Mr. Starbird reports that his well liquids in which carbonic acid gas is loop?

York. We have decided to of- winter north, clad in snow and spark- at the
new Water Works Plant is
ling ice, is an equal marvel, but it will now ---
EXPERIENCES IN THE done and is
fer another one. TRENCHES furnishing a good supplyof
never seem to us who belong there.
One of the unforgettable romatic adventures water at a depth of C9G feet, and \' fay dorvt ycm et the riItt'
Berlin, February as soon as connections can be made
U.-Cigars and
Corner lot well located. Side- of life, on whatever conti- the I
cigarettes the city will use water from the for
are most highly valued new medicine
nent it is undertaken, is the first vision velL ,
walks, water, lights, gas. North of the South, if it be only of the articles at the front. In an interest- -Apopka News.

edge of the strange other world 'ing letter just received here, aGe' a tiled: cold?
east. $1000.00. Will take $600if man soldier tells of a trade where he BLIND WRITER OF HYMNS IS
which the tropics must always seem
will of the of the i exchanged 50 cigarettes for a whole DEAD
buyer build within one to us temperate regions if
'earth. The traveler should leave the steer. He writes: I
"Most of Fanny Crosby, the well known H
year. our boys at the front are
: north hard bound with frost under a I
inveterate smokers. writer of hymns, died at her homein
know
1 i lowering gray sky; he should arrive j I They the
value of weed. Bridgeport, Conru, Friday, in her
:towards sunset, perhaps, when it has a good Some times a \\
I good smoke will make you forget that ninetyfifthear.. Eight thousand
cleared after a soft spring shower.
'i stomach is hymns of Christian worship in .
'lie your empty."For sung '
should have just time enough to 7rJ
the last two days I have been Protestant churches throughout the I .
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catch of and
[l a glimpse roses yellow tour. I f
L CARL DANN fruit hanging among dark-green j 1| subsisting on bread and cigars. Our world are the work of Fanny Crosby. srev4id2t

field kitchen, the goulash gun, as we
!j leaves before the day puts on its I BELGIUM ,
call it COMPOSER DEAD
1 tropic night cap and the short twilight cannot come up to the battle -
j' dine, and so we must live on what we
of the south passes into a starlit
carry in our knapsack. A heavy black Chevalier Ernest de Munck, a cele- i
REAL EST A TEiCOMPANY darkness. Then against the sky he
will tide brated Belgian violin cellist and
should see slender exotic palmettoesraise cigar you over for a day: com-
when there is nothing else to chew. poser, whose death at the age of 75
their crests and
fearnery upon
I "A few has just been announced in London :
the soft southern breeze, which always days ago we were all long- ,
carries the savor of the sea and the ing for some fresh meat. There was was widely known in America, wherehe
none for miles around. Suddenly a lived for some time with his wife,1
scent of the pine woods, he should
I
Bavarian I Charlotta, sister of Adelina Patti. I
feel the sleeDincr- groves -pour a I detachment came alone-. t I'iii" ERs.
with a whole drove of cattle. First
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flood of the perfume of the
blossom, drenching the night orange in unbelieveable -I they refused to let us have any, but FRANCE HAS 6,500; OF HER SURGEONS .. II. II r j '

after some bargaining they traded a ON TIlE BATTLE
Cheese Cheese!! fragrance. I fat steer for fifty cigarettes. LINE TO DATE STOP THAT COLD! If you dcn't you may have pneumonia and

"Every soldier in our army is supplied die. This is plain talk but you had better heed our warning.

OCALO :MAN COMES TO ORLANDO with two cigars every day at Prof. Truffler, in an address be- When you come to us for medicines for your cold or any-

I present. Besides almost everybody fore the Surgical Society, stated that thing else wrong with you, we sell you the best preparations
Mr. Alfred Beck has Orlando
to
gone science and honesty can compound. REXALL COLD TABLETS.
of the
14,00 in the
receives tobaaco from home. But surgeons army,
where he has taken the posi-
I tion of manager of DeLaney & Aber- I some of the cigars we received were 6,500 were at the front. A the end MERCK'S ]PHARMACY
New York Full terrible. bad could of December, 93 had been killed 260
Cream
Cheese. nethy drugstore, one of the leading They were so we I (REXALL STORE)
not smoke them. So we threw them wounded and 440 were amond the
White :Mild Cheese. pharmacies of this Phenomenal city. i __ ___ __ ___ _
missing, while 155 had been u
over to the French, who eargerly men-
Ocala will miss Mr. Beck. He has II
Yellow Strong Cheese. I. tioned in orders for
gallant conducton
been a member of our communityever gathered them in. They were so delighted -i.

Pimento Cheese. since he was a boy in knicker- I that they gave us some cog- the field of battle. Am Leaving FloridaAnd
I i nac in exchange. This was before I
Pineapple Cheese. bockers, and has always carried his

McLaren's Imperial Cheese.McLaren's responsibilities faithfully and effi- j j(they commenced to smoke the cigars. On Tuesday evening the' Civic \\ill Specially Price mll"Properties Winter( ParkA
League will present the Semi-
ciently. He is a skilled druggist and ,After they had lighted them they got "Polly
Bu-lac-tic Cheese. I'.i highly indignant and commenced to nary Beauty," in the next great event
1 an excellent business man, and Orlando I good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800
Welsh after the I
Rarebit Cheese. fair. The caste of this
fire like ,
at us mad. en-
: lucky'to
I| is secure him for a citi full bearing Orange, Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two
McLaren's Roquefort Cheese i zen.-Ocala Star.SOUTHERN I "There were days when we had tertaining play is entirely local, except : blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addi-
Try of nothing to smoke but dried tea leaves that part taken by Miss Rogers, I tion to making a home this property will make a yearly return on
one our new Star Mops. I the investment of from 10 to 25 cent to and
i( FLORIDA HAS MANY and straw. Then again we have tobacco who is managing the performance.The per according crop
market conditions, price $8,500.00 also
but nothing to light our pipe seat sale opens Monday, 9 a. m., ;
DESIRABLE ATTRIBUTESSouthern Residence in Winter Park New
My Property 12-room, Modem
I at Estes' drug store.NEWEST .
with. We are not permitted to have
dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front, 20 acres of
CARUTHIRS & GORE Florida promises all the fire in the trenches, for the smoke land highly improved, 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigated
j! desirable attributes of the tropics would draw the enemy's fire. Matchesare IN SCIENCE garden. Property is close in, well located, close to the new '

I without the undersirable features very scarce and our electric flash- Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough for
the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16- "
' New Modern hat will always prevent the white lights give light but no fire. So one Without the aid of a man to steerit 500, and will give possession in 30 days.

G Grocery y race from developing and civilizing of my comrades has overcome this a new motor plow when it is star- See owner only. Write or phone me for a date and I will send

those parts of the earth's surface, difficulty by using a strong magnifying ed in a furrow will continue in a my car to any place in Orange County to show you these properties.

that holds so many lures in the formof glass which he found in the pocket straight line until stopped.For .

Phone 200 gorgeous flowers, delicious fruits, of a French officer killed in battle. writing in dark places there I ED. F. KEEZEL

beautiful birds and butterflies and This works all right when the sun is has been invented a tiny dry batteryfed BOX 35, WINTER PARK, FLORIDA .

immunity from frost. shining. electric lamp and reflecor to be Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places.

t 6 and 8 East Pine St.I1111111111111111111111111I. No such reason exists to deter oneiiliiillMIIIMIIItlMIIti "At times cigars were so scarce we I fastened on a pen or pencil. J -
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South Florida Inc UAILf Sentinel "Our Village"Our NOTCE I I Beautiful Lake Eola 1

Of Application for Tax Deed Under ',
MORNING AND WEEKLYW. Section 8 of Chapter 48S8 ;

M. GLENN .....................Editor paper is i receipt of the fol. Laws of Florida Residence For
W. C. ESSINGTON ......Busin_ Manager verse which we publish
---- ----- -- --- Notice is hereby given that Dinah
Entered at the poctoffice at Orlando, Florida What i Saw at the fair ]Raines, of Orlando Fla., purchaser of Sale .
aa Second Class Mail Matter. Now I wat to tell you What i seen 1 tax certificate No. 233. dated the 6th
SUBSCRIPTION RATES at the fair; i Saw a lot of funy day of July, A. D. 1908, has filed said

Daily 1 Year ........................ 15.00 things i warnt exspectin there: certificate, my office and has made i I AT A GREAT BARGAIN We Are
Daily 6 Months ...................... %.68 i Saw most every thing that was application for tax deed to issue in Always .
Daily 3 Months ...................... 1-25 made to eat or wear and the bigest accordance with law. Said certificate
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .*<> sweet Potato that was ever at a embraces the following described Location corner East Washington the '
Weekly.I 1 Year ........_ .......... '.OO fair; i property, situated in Orange county, and East Street, facing I First to
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS- PAYABLE IN i Seen Some corn and Pumpkins,some 1 Florida towit: Beginning 185 feet north. There is a beautiful view :
ADVANCETO cabbage and some greens; a box east of northwest corner of southwest
of irish tators and. some galbustin quarter of northeast quarter of south- of the Lake. Lot is 75x150'
ADVERTISERS: beans. west quarter section 26, township 22 feet. House is constructed of i '
Copy for display and all other hand-let i Saw a big red rooster that belongsto south, range 29 east, run east 46 feet, log and shingles and contains ; "Spring
advertising must be handed in at the business mr. hill, and a goose from lucky south 141 feet west 46 feet, north
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. Sanford and a Duck from tilden- 141 feet. The said land being assessed eight large rooms beautifully ;
the day before publication. This rule applies
ville the date of the finished. This'propert p belongs
to chance for contract ad..ertiqnc: it i. at issuance of :
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. I E seen the Champion gesser and he such certificate in the name of M. D. to Col. \V. P. Walton, former
----- --- took a Pop at me; some how he ]Davis. i : ..
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel di'oC"On- : owner of the Reporter Star who Something New
shot
over me and had to weigh me Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
tinued should notify the oSce in writing on
the date of expiration otherwise it will be free! according to law tax deed j occupied it about six months.I
continued at the regular aufwcription rates. i i Seen the faris Wheel and the merrygo will issue thereon on the 17th day of i Business interests compel the 0f

Telephone until notice Numb to stop r is. ..received................... Zl a round and the little man called March, A. D. 1915. \ Colonel to live in Kentucky and
Sampson: that wich just 90 Pound; Witness my official signature and
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1913.; i saw some mules and horses some seal this the 16th day of February, .i he has instructed us to sell the
cattle and some hogs, and a brindel I A. D. 1915. I I! property at a great bargain. :
bull and jackass and a lot of spot- (Seal.) B. M. ROBINSON 'I I
FROM APOPKA NEWS ed dogs; Terfc' Circ"it Court, Orange I'I FOR SALE EXCLUSIVELY IJY : F
"Thanks: After the Sentinel's i i Seen a lot of People all gathered in I County Florida. I I
a bunch; i thought theyd found the 2-16-4tw V
splendid write-up of Apopka's exhibit devil and was )lokin round for Cooper & Atha
I
at the midwinter fair it would be Punch; Former Gov. R. B. Glenn of North I .
then i rushed on to help thim and'
useless for the Xews
tq to ;
attempt just got there in time to buy a sideshow j'I 'Carolina yesterday evening at the 114 South Orange Are.. Ground Floor
say any more. Our section feels that ticket and fool away a time I Methodist church delivered one of then Phone No. 311 "
the Sentinel has given us more credit While i was in the show" i saugh my | : .ost interesting, logical and forcible On Monday we emphasize an: advance a
than we would claim for ourselves. belly full to see the texas Cowboy
j j prohibiton addresses ever heard in exhibition of
ride the
Buckskin bull !
"The fair whole is
as a a splendid
then i Seen the airship start up to I I Crlando and he had as auditors a .
exhibition of the products of the four the and nother
moon apratus they ]great throng.
banner counties of Central Called the r VENEER CORES I
Florida big baloon Gov. Glenn is known far and wideas
and all feel then i became friten and had to I
we may proud of it. ran i. MILLINERY
of the best of the
you know and i went caslam one public speakers $1.25Per :
o against the elephane of Johny I in the prohibition movement, and j
A SUGGESTION Jones Show. i in addition is an exceptionally well Strand
With the coming of the brick roads My legs begin to acke clear into the j informed man on his subject. His I Up
AND
for Orange county a greater bond of bone and i bid farewell to Pleasure FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND a
delivery was pleasing and his
and toddled off for home. t' argument -
union between neighboring cities will -.1. F.Sullivan, Winter Garden,Fla. ''I good while his phraseology i j ji OAK WOOD

be established. The good roads will -The only trouble about a Fair is j i a pleasure to all know know good 1 1I Orlando Wood Yard
bind all the communities In this sec- that y'u feel lonesum the week after. I, ]English when they hear it. I READY-TO-WEAR

tion together. There will be greater It[ was dull yest. allright. i The audience listened with interested B. W. Kingsley Proprietor
numbers of the so-called I PINE STREET AND It. R. f
traveling -The Line
soliciting at the a. C. L. J i approvals to the speaker, and frequently Telephone 344
public.In is paralyzing to ones sence of liar-i| expressed their approval in I 9-30
a few years the entire state will : mony and beauty. j j resounding applause. I Distinctive and characteristic are the new

be linked together very closely by the -Trailers attached to auto trucks Millinery shapes, and destined to be extremely .

bricked and improved highways. don't do the city pavements any good.If :t popular. Such names as the follow

Travel will be comparatively easy, they do not bring this war to ing will be household words:
and the facilities for motor propelled an end pretty soon, they all will be i I
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vehicles will be bettered to such an using the American flag as a regular I I

extent that the feasibility of the following thing says Bro. Pulitzer in the New i| .
suggestion may be realized: York World. "The Tipperary""Chin ti

"Why should not Orlando have a I

'Jitney Bus service if the Sanford "PEACE SU D.\\" OBSERVED BYUNITARIANS i Chin" ,
and Kissimmee electric line is not to

be realized? In many of the citiesof !
"Tommy Atkins"Our
the North and far West and even (Continued from page 1) 'I' Lake Eola and Eola Park
south as far as Birmingham, the '5 "It is a long road from savageryto .',

cent taxicabs'' are running the street civilization:: ; a long road from cruel- neady-to-\Vear Department already -
cars out of business. The latest cityto
ty to kindness; from oppression to
open the service Mineapolls, I shows characteristic individuality.All .
justice; from suspicion to faith; from I
Minn., where 18 automobiles were put greed and selfishness to love and good I the new tones and half tones of
into the service last
week. The own- I will. It has been a hard road for the Puttee, Sand Battleship Gray, "Silent"
er of the line announced that he had human family, for the nations, for I The time is now ripe for an investment in this par-
bought all of the cars at bargain i you and me. The Promised Land is tones and neutral tints are already expressed -

prices and most of them had been I' often in sight and then fades from ticular section of the city. Property well bought will be i in charming suits and dainty dres-
sold to him on credit as the dealers %
view. The
Crowning Day seems very
J
were anxious to close them out and ses.
and then into the
near disappears absolutely certain of producing a profit. I have two or
allow him time
to for them.
pay darkness of heartbreak and despair.We Look the new styles over they are edu-
"They are mostly good second hand seem terror'stricken and helplessin I

cars of the touring type and will be the presence of the great wrong of three offerings which I can recommend as sure MONEY- cational. ,

run on regular time schedules and the present and the forebodings for i

arry all pasengers a certain distance the future. All you and I can do is to :MAKERS.Call .

for 5 cents. This particularline be sure that our hearts are free from

will have cars runnig from Minneapolis hate and unjust suspicion. We may and let me show them to you.
to St. Paul the fare for the I
say there shall be one center of love
entire distance being 20 cents. of justice, one place where neitherwar I SILKSAn

"The Minneapolis Journal is au- of the sword nor war of the spirit -

thority for the statement that in San shall enter, and in our humble way ,

Francisco there are now over 300 sing of the good time coming when extraordinary cash purchase enables
such cars running, while Oakland. "
Pasadena war shall cease. I II us to offer, much below market values -
Los Angeles, San Diego I
Portland Ore., Seattle Wash., Houston S.Y.WAYInsurance one of the most popular all pure Silk
TOLLY, THE SEMINARY BEAUTY I i
and Galveston Tex., Des Moines,
," TONIGHT AT LUCERNE Fabrics for the coming season."Cascadeux .
la., etc. each have from one to two BENEFIT CIVIC LEAGUEThe I I

. hundred such cars in constant opera- I

tion and they are seriously curtailing ladies of the Civic League take and Real Estate Agent :
of the street Crepe"perfectly
railway
the receipts
great pleasure in presenting tonight
in all of the above places. !
companies Miss J. Pearle Rogers' production, PHONE 172 I
"This being true the question nat- II
"Polly, the Seminary Beauty, witha
urally arises if a five cent 'Jitney' car local cast of over forty of the lead- II I ideal for Suits, Dresses, Separate
service be made to in cities
can pay ing society girls and boys of the city. I Skirts, Dust Coats, etc. In a full range of
where there street railroads, why
are I
Miss Rogers will be remembered by
should they not prove even more prof- all the new tones and colorings, including
the amusement loving public as the .
itable in smaller towns where there is
producer of "Peter Pan Society Ladies' I I Black-
no street car service for competition -
Minstrels" of last season. And I
1"o the production tonight will be just as :I 40 inches wide, The Regular Selling is

beautiful and as clever as Peter Pan. -' $2.50 yard Our Special Price
"POLLY, THE SEMINARY BEAUTY -

," TONIGHT . . . . . . I I i I . . . . . 11 i M . . . . . . . . i ii .

Principals who-will take special Our Special

song parts are Misses Ruby Platt, I i The Proprietors ofTHORNTON Price $1.75
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Emily Miller, Virginia Fort, Messrs. :
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Kendrick Guernsey, Stout Lillard. |

Wilson Brooks Pete Johnson, F.1.. j .1
PARK Don't fail to see this exquisite Fabric.
Voorhis. All these )'oungpeople have I j

excellent voices and their song parts +I j

are beautiful.

Other special dance feaures will be I Cordially invites to inspect their property. They
introduced by Miss Washington and I; : you ;

Mr. Lillard, who will give a new : : not trouble with interviews !
Spanish dance. Miss Washington |I promise to you numerous : : I

will also give an interpretative" dance i \ or press you to buy. Just let them show you theseI j :
of "Spirit of Spring. Miss Rogers i

as the "College Chaperon" in the | beautiful near-in lots and quote prices. Shade trees J
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play, will sing also two or three good { IYES'

lege selections Chorus., ably" The assisted comedians by the of"Col-the I I| : : fruit trees, sidewalks, electric lights. Ijj DICKSON CO""

Pete Johnson and ;
performance
are !
Virginia Fort who with their clever i I| jj Inquire at 905 E. Central Avenue, on the prem- \ \
songs and dances will bring down the j

house.All in all the production is good 1! ; ; ises or ask your dealer.TAYLQB .DEPARTMENT STORE.

and you can only see and hear the I \
entire repertoire to enjoy a delight- ,
.ful evening.AN ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING, PLACE

INTERESTING MEETINGThe I' The Store of true service, of never-failing courtesy -

Young Presbyters held their of fair dealing, of .trust-worthy mer- ,
J chandise at right
regular meeting last night and very & THORNTON pncesORLA.DO

discussed. A FLORIDA
interesting topics were |
special meeting of the executive com-

mittee was called for Wednesday
night at seven o'clock and all mem- ;i| Proprietors -

bers of the executive committee are ,
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Office telephone No. ((79. Residence telephone No. 254' Admission; ic. and lOc. !

-- TODAY i I JUPTODATE

WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDARFeb. Delightful Valentine Party .. . . . . .
The Methodist Baraca class of
16th-20th. MONDAY AND TUESDAYC.
young men entertained the Philathea E. Roussey presents his
Tuesday class of young ladies at the home of Chautauqua production,
3 p. m.-Sorosis Club. Mrs. John T. Fuller, the teacher, on "OBERITA" I
tess.Beau-Xot Club; Mrs. Lawton, hos, Monday evening with a Valentine The singing nightingale the "
.1'I the golden frame," in her 1915
Tuesday Bridge Club; Mrs. Brad- party. The boys had decorated the
S DANIEL FROHMAN sions de Art, the most
shaw. hostess. drawing rooms with hearts and lovely
8 p. Civic League benefit, "Pol. I flowers. A most enjoyable time was production living posture staged.scenic Strictly and E

ly. the Seminary Wednseday Beauty." ,had by every one who is so fortunate presents the dainty and mag- pean. A $3,500 production, .

3 p. m.-San Souci Club Mrs. Fer as to be a member of either class. historical, picturesque and 0
; netic star art, and JEWELRY.
ris, hostess. -()- nature grace beauty.Kev. i
Twentieth Century Club; Mrs. Hud Mrs. W. C. Essington will be the I
son hostess. form can be seen here at its best. See wrist
hostess for E A. Belsham, an our watches,
"Bachelor Girls;" Miss Guilda Hap the Young Matrons Card I lets, diamond rings and a hundred other adornments and }
persett, hostess. Club on Wednesday afternoon. Christian and Missionary v i! i
recognize why this isthe leading jewelry hoi se in town. Un
Unity Circle; review of Ellen Glas'I --o-- vine, and 31 Lewis 1
r. Ulysses an
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gow's "Virginia," by Kev. EleanorGordon. Mrs. Mather Smith has invited the U ; and you'll find still another reason. i
and prominent attorney of 1
8 m. "Mikado" rehearsal, >\'ullos Club to be her guests on Feb- t
p. opera MARGUERITE Ga., are in Orlando, guests of ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
CLARKin
, hor;e.R:30. ruary 23 at her beautiful home at ,
p. m.-Weekly dance, Lucernehotel. Oakland. and Mrs. Geo. E. Macy, at their '
d]
Young :Matrons Card Clcb; Mrs. - a bewitching characterization on the corner of South and -- L- -'to r=I L- -
Esshington, hostess. Beeman Dance streets. :
Thursday Mr. Lester Beeman entertained de-
3 p. m.-"Here and There" Club; lightfully last evening at his country I WE COULD EXPLAIN
Mrs. Shaddick, hostess. FOR SALE-One galvanized
"*"..'Mrd Club afternoon. home, "Shore Acres," on Lake Sue, in tank, holds about 100 gallons. to :you the difference between
Bridge; Miss Augusta Wright, hostess compliment to his nephew, Mr. Edwin quire at 115;: East Amelia \ 10c'r; 4 variuos grades of paints. But
y
; Miss Prudence Friday Malone honoree. Beeman. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bee- 2-16-3t I II : the surest way to convince yourself -

3 p. .-Bridge party; Mrs. Lege. man assisted in receiving the guests. "WILDFLOWER"one of that difference is to try
hostess. The spacious veranda, lighted with I : rOU t our paint the next time and note
Nullos Club. many incandescent bulbs, made a won- how much smoother they are
of the
Bridge; Mrs.Saturday W. M. Lege, hostess. I derful place for dancing on such a greatest Paramount ; and how much longer they 1 1l

3 p. m.-Belgian Relief card party, balmy night. Exquisite red and white productions yet shown in l than others. You'll profit by
Rosalind Club. carnation from Jacksonville and the experiment.
-()- I white and pink Killarney roses were this city. 01 ,
Valentine Party used in decorating the lovely Beeman TODAY I LEAD Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
Mrs. A. Folke Pim Valentine '
home.
gave a Ice'cream and cake were S. Avenue
I 1 205 Orange
party Saturday afternoon to a score served during an intermission. Mc-\
or more of her friends from Eola Intosh's orchestra furnished excellent "THE MENACING & RHAN Phone 261
Cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Pim have music. A Thanhouser special

apartments at "Hilltop," the home of -()- complete in two parts.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Hill on Ridge- From Virginia FOUR SPLENDID PARTS
wood avenue. The rooms were deco- Miss Marguerite Drennen is the
I { { AND VALENTINE[ POST CARDSAll
rated with and Marechel
Killarney j attractive guest of Mr. and Mrs. Le- "GIDDY, GAY, .
Neil roses and salvia, which carried I Roy B. Giles at their home on Lucerne A Keystone komedy. Nuff
out the color scheme of the red heartson r Circle, having arrived last even-
the table. Dainty refreshments, '!'
ing over the Atlantic Coast Line from
j consisting of sandwiches, iced cakes, J Big Stone Gap, Va. Miss Drennenhas suit all
lOc. "SNAKEVILLE'S BLIND kinds arid prices to
ice cream and mints, were served. numerous friends in and around 20c.
:Miss Rachel Child poured tea. As Orlando who are delighted to see her.. An Essanay comedy. A Get
books.
and pocket yours
the guests were leaving each one was i

presented with a Valentine by the I ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH _n __ I
hostess. The party was a very de- I (Colored) FOUR SPLENDID the assortment is good.W. .

lightful ending of the gay fair week. I (Corner Terry and West Pine Sts.) SPECIALBenefit .
-()- Ash Wednesday-Evening
prayer: S. BRANCH
Former Orlando Boy :and sermon, 7:30 p. m. Performance for the First Floor ________5c. and ,
Friends of Daniel McCallister..
formerly of Orlando, will be pleasedto j,and Sunday sermon-,Morning 10:30 a. m.prayer, litany Public under auspices of White Balcony ____uc. and The Arcade Book and Music Store

hear that he stands quite high in I I Evening prayer and sermon, ',:3O MODERN W. 0 FA. Colored Balcony ____5c. and '
the Baptist Young People's work in p. m.
his present home town, Montgomery. -0-- To be given at the Lucerne
Ala. The first state B. Y. P. U. con- ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRAL Theater'VEDNESDAY -

vention ever held in Montgomery, (Main and Jefferson Sts.)
t scheduled for April 16, 17 and 18, is Lenten services: FEBRUARY 17 FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM" R. O'NEAL -II
in charge of Mr. H. L. Strickland, Ash Wednesday-The Holy Com-

state Sunday school secretary, and munion, 7 a. m.
Mr. Daniel O. McCallister, says the :Morning prayer, litany and sermon, Regular Show will also be given. Established 1886

Montgomery Advertiser. Mr. lcCal- 10:30 a. m.Evening .
lister has been married several
years prayer and sermon, 7:30p.
and is a splendid Christian citizen of m. Admission 5c. and lOc.

Alabama's capital city.Sodality Daily Monday, Tuesday, Thurs- CURTIS & O'NEAL

- day, evening prayer and brief ad-
Party dress, 5 p. m. Wednesday and Fri- CARD OF THANKS
Miss Rita Lawton was hostess day, litany and intercession for mis- INSURANCE LOANS
Monday evening at euchre for the sions, 10 a. m. Words fail us in which to expressour _
benefit of the St. James church. The thanks for the many kindnessesand

proceeds from the party are going TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY messages of sympathy sent to us REA.L ESTATE RENTALS
toward a beautiful memorial windowin in our recent bereavement in the loss

the church from the young ladiesof FOR SALE-35 h. p., five passengerauto of our son, Edward. And especiallydo .
the Sodality. Most delicious re- in good running order. Owner we wish to thank the Moose Order -
leaving city. Rare bargain $450.
freshments were served. Miss Law- for the beautiful floral offerings.
Address, 94 Lakeview avenue, city.
ton was assisted by the president of 2-16-Gt These kindnesses will ever be cher-
the Sodality, Miss Leah Mayer. ished as a mark of love and esteem.W. .
-oMrs. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-Forty G. SPIIALER and family.Get .FOR RENT---Bungalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main
Bourne Guests acres near Jacksonvile, Fla., for
sale or exchange; what have you? Street.
Mrs. Harold Bourne is entertain- Address, 94 Lakeview avenue, Orlando the news. in The.. Sentinel first.OSTEOPATHY.
ing her sister, Mrs. Baylor Ilickman, Fla. 2-16-6t ----- -

of Louisville, Ky., and Mrs. W. A. Seven Room House, South Orlando.
White, of Jersey City, N. J., at her FOUND-Pair of eye glasses, heavy
home on South Lake street. Mrs. lenses on West Central avenue.
Owner have same by calling at
I Ilickman and daughter, Miss Helen, Sentinel may and paying for this adv. DR. J. c. HOWELL Two NewJFive RoomHouses! South West Orlando.
t and son, Oscar, arrived yesterday, 2-16-lt Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
while Mrs. White and daughter, Miss Kirksville Graduate
Eudalia, have been here for several WANTED-Salesman and solicitor Consultation Free
with auto; also two salesmen with- Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan -
These ladies have friends
days. many .
out autos. Inquire Singer Sewing Hotel.
here and are receiving a warm wel- Machine Co., 43 East Pine street. Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
come. 2-16-tfs Orlando, Fla. 111111'1111111111111'

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I The Best Tire for the Least Cost

I MDTDR CAR

I 30 x 3 ___________$9-00 37 x 5 __________$32.20-(

30 x SI/?. ________$11.60 3G ,
d, Not merely few refinements, but the highest form cf refinement ; i 32" x CJll --------$13.35 x 4V& --------$27,35 :

o r' 34 ________$26.00
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|J at- every point. even to minor details. Full Floating : ; 33 x1 -_________$19.05 x
34 x1 __________$20.50 36 x 4 __________$20.50
:J Rear Axle; Timken Bearings; Electric Lights and Starter; : :: t


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

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26 East Pine St.' 210 South Orange Ave

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Terms FOR to Suit SALE PurchaserGood ; i i Jt1ITflbQr', I ttli& 111I I11Ilr; ('
SENTINELWANT citrus and truck land cleared
in n. in :20 o)' morn ac"'-e I"'" -. 011 i
>lrwk road to be built this Ver. two
miles from Orlando Phone KiM.J I Ji
S : i ring>, or white II. (;. Jackson. II. F. D.
I Xo. 2, Orlando, for appointment.
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t The Morning Sentinel Want FOR RENT
Directory is the Greatest Want
,e Ad :Medium in Orlando. FOR RENT-Two large rooms with ORLA TDO
ec kitchen and bath room, in a brand
c Terms Cash in Advance. II new house!' ; close in; furnished or un- fv
furnished. Inquire at the office of
RATES Florida Real Estate and InvestmentCo. i

\ For One Day ______________2.it; ., above Peoples National Bank.
I For Three Days ____________;50c 2-13-Gt Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime \
I j I I For Six Days _______________75c fOrlando's
THE{ FAIR IS OVER For One Month$2\ ..'>0 FOR RENT-Six room modern bungalow --:: -- --- -- -- - -- - ,
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This rate applies on all ads of : completely furnished near ,
25) words or less. If the ad con- Lake Lucerne; rent reasonable. In-
quire of W. II. Eaton. 215 South Main -
tains more than 25 words the rate
Now have street, or phone 99. 2-l.5-3t*
F you plenty will be one cent per word for
a each additional word, for each in- ,
FOR RENT: -Smai: flat modtrn
sertion.If conveniences -
of time to call in
unfurniaLeJ. Jas. A.
cant bring ad to :
you
L the office telephone No.your 24. Ac- Knox. 11-3-tI t ,ur 1t9j"myftrat" !
and let tell ?
us you counts opened by telephone will be
payable the following day. NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
about our SPECIALSin to adults only. 409 Delaney street.

Every Home-Etery Business 10-25-tf :
Real Estate. Every Man has use for a
Sentinel Want Ad. WANTED

FOR RENT-Nicely furnished room; KIN LAID SNO\VBEN\ .
CASH will bring out FOR SALE moderate pleasant rentaL and convenient 202 East Robinson location; an i

FOR SALE]-Xew house; fine loca- avenue. l-14-3t
some great values. tion; 7 rooms, bath, extra toilet; all
I
modern improvements; large verandas WANTED-At the Wyoming: hotel,
; large lot. Also several fine, one or two white waitresses. Apply Largest and Cheapest
large lots. Owner, 114 East Concord at once. 2-13-3t*
LET US SHOW YOU avenue, near Magnolia. 2-13-Gt
WANTED-At once, competent woman -
FOR SALE-My flock of choice s. c. for family of two; must be FURNITURE HOUSECor.
; White Leghorn hens; hatched last honest, reliable and know how to
April; Young's strain; laying heavilynow. cook. Soft snap for somebody who
ORLANDO BUILDING & LAND CO Right price to quick buyer. has energy. Must have at least one
\V. K. Hale, R. 1, Orlando, Fla. 2-13 reference. Call between 11 and 12
t-: and Pine Sts. Orlando
o'clock at 413 West street. 2-12-tf Main
II North Orange Avenue
FOR SALE:-Buick touring car, fully
PHONE 608 equipped; speedometer, Presto tank, WANTED-An orange ,,-ve to cultivate -
I etc. A bargain. Act quick. Call at and care for. A house on
f' OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL Ford Garage, Church street. 2-12-tf grove required. Can furnish wagon- I
t and two mules and young: man to assist -
j g FRED B. DALE FOR SALE-Rhode] Island Red eggs with work. Address ,Yo E. I*..
;. C. H. BRYANT for setting; fine stock; $1.00 for 13. Box 2GD. Orlando. 2-10-61 f.
I Mrs. Calder. Phone 708. 2-3-lmoc

'. DAVIS GILES. Counsel LOOK-18! desirable city buildinglots
[ F. A. PEPPERCORN Contracto FOR SALE-A good city residence, fine locations; prices very low,
I with all modern conveniences; part terms easy. Apply to W. II. Eaton,
I cash balance on time. Address owner, 215 South Main street, oppo- Eventuallv You Will Use
! __ "Owner," care Sentinel office. site Methodist church. Phone 99.
2-7-lmoc 2-14-H

I fOR SALE-Five] touringcar
passenger
I in A-l condition cheap for YOUNG COUPLE want furnished or
$1000 ; ;
unfurnished house
cash, Dr. ; good location.
or good mortgage. Taylor Can give reference. Address P. O.
905 East Central avenue. Phone 696. Box 435. 2-14-tfc


r d' Corner lot on Co- FOR 1-4-tf SALE-Two lots in Seminole lOc.Ring Warman's 296 and Parcel we do Delivery the rest Ser-for GAS 1 1FOE

Park for $80 each cash. AddressP. .
} O. Box 373. 2-3-2wksc -ice. 2-5-1mo
lonial Drive, East
rf f FOR SALE-Five] room cottage, all FOUND-On fair grounds, Wednes-
modem conveniences, completely day, Feb. 10. small package. Owner -
l and Broadway, facing -furnished, 307 Broadway avenue. Apply can have same by calling at 606
to Mrs. McDade, 312 Broadway Vest Central avenue (mornings) and
-
avenue. 1-27-lmo identifying package and paying for
\' Park Lake. this advertisement. 2-13-3t II

FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock
and tools best farm in county; variety LOST-Friday afternoon ladies' gold
fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- watch, size 0, Elgin movement,
to-date buildings etc. Room 3, Rock open face; lost at fair grounds. Finder -
i E PIIONE 567 er.Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk 1-16-tIc, own- receive please reward.return to Sentinel office 2-13-3tc and Cooking and HeatingBecause j


FOR SALE-Story & Clark upright Umbrellas recovered and repaired
f grand piano won by 1IissIyrtle "while you wait" at Young's Repair
Weeks in the recent contest will be 21 E. Pine St.
Shop,
t sold for benefit of Baptist church -- 2-4-lyrc it is the most convenient, most

building fund. Piano may be seen
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. SEE THE HEALTH EXHIBIT at
SPECIALTampa[ TRAIN Weeks 10 Washington street. the Fair and then have your house cleanly and most efficient fuel known.
1 1-13-tfc properly screened by Tracy & Moore
experts on screen work. 18 E.Church
i FOR SALE street. 2-ll-6t Why not begin today as a Gas User?

75 acres suitable for citrus culture

: and pretty truck lake farming and has bordering one-half on mile a BUYERS AND SELLERSI You will save time, labor and expense.

1 frontage on the Orlando to Sanford buy, sell rent and exchange real
brick road, this frontage being adapted estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla,
' for nice home sites; could be sub- over 30 years. Have handled over
Feb. 13, 15 and 16 divided into 40 building plots 60x200 20000000. Call and see me. .
feet each, leaving about 60 acres for 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
citrus fruits and truck farming; five
minutes walk to railroad station, TRACY & MOORE CARPENTERSHouse
: ., Leave Orlando 7:03 4. M. stores, hotel, school and churches. repairs of all kinds done
When you consider location and good promptly; repairing of leaky roofs; ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
Arrive Tampa 10:30 A. &I.
transportation facilities with other screen doors and windows a specialty;
advantages the property's real valueis sleeping porches counters, shelving,
and $7,500. It is owned by a non-resi- garages office fixtures; window and
dent who needs money. He authorizes door frames made to order. Get our
me to sell it for $3,000. Who- prices. 18 East Church street. A GAS DEPARTMENT
SPECIAL WILL LEAVE TAMPA ever buys this property gets a bargain. postal will bring us. 111.1mo'OSTEOPATH
For further particulars, call on .
2. C. Young, room 10, McNeill & ,
Returning Daily at 6:30 m. Davis building, corner Church street 6 i'
p.
and Orange avenue. Orlando. a \:

Excursion Tickets sold daiiy. 1-31-tIc DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER .

Limited to February 26th. FOR SALE-On] account qf poor i Office corner Orange Avenue and
health,the undersigned hereby offers Church St., Davis & McNeil Bldg., '
for property sale at located a bargain at the, his corner desirable of Phone 419.Warman. Findley's Pioneer f Paint &Wall PaperS Store

West street and Ridgewood avenue. F ForSale r
Atlantic Coast Line
This property is central, in a first will deliver that parcel or
class neighborhood and convenientto note for ten cents; just call 296. Has always on hand a large and well selected

school business, lake and park. 2-5-1mo stock of Wall Papers, High Grade Varnishes, Paints,
Standard Railroad of the South Owner will sell all, or part, cash or Wall Finishes and Painters
Supplies.
terms. Property consists of nice new Brushes,
I bungalow, fronting on Rideewood Have You Noticed
avenue, has six: -rooms and' large CONTRACTORS FOR PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING

ceiled kitchen basement or laundry with; flue lot,47x85 suitable feet for; What is HappeningEast ., f _j .orange grove; has been ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU.FINDLEY'S .

'house unfurnished. Price $2,100. set out a year; select budded trees
'I Also, nearly new two-story six-
room cottage, fronting on West street,i of Orlando orange and grapefruit; there are PIONEERPHONE
with shed and greenery; lot 46x117
feet; house partly furnished. Price 111-2 acres in the grove; located on
$1,950. Directly Out 67 Corner Pine and Court
DR. L. H. RAMSDELL
Also a beautiful connecting corner Lake Jem Mary, between Lake Conway -

OPTOMETRIST lot, 70x85 feet, fronting on two and Lake Jennie Jewel, 3-4 of a
( ....- to Dr. O. F. LIU*.} streets, and graded for basement Central Avenue? :
ORLANDO. FLORIDA building. Price 1000. For cash anda mile from Pine Castle road soon to
quick sale owner would dispose of '
WE FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSES: all of the above, to one party, for be bricked; new up to date seven room
AND DO ALL KINDS OF $4,300. E. N. COY. 2-2-lmoc We offer for sale Seminole large barn and other
house; good r'H' v u'rS r'tonnection
TTCAL BEPMIRINAEstablished Park Lots, located just at the Sewer
FOR SALE-Would you like to havea buildings. This proposition is for
limits
nice winter home in Orlando, City on easy terms. :
1870 where you could raise your own vegetables quick sale on easy terms. Inquire of
-
and strawberries keep chickens ,
R. E. COCHRAN CO., Inc. and have orange, grapefruit and J. B. Magruder, Jr., office in Arcade; Run In.
132 Park Place, New York tangerine trees? Not too far from Also 2y2 miles from the City
Wholesale Dealers and Commission the center of town; just at the city limits near Lake Underhill, 5 or see the owner t

Merchants in Florida Orangesand limits with ,all on oaks a magnificent, on the street road to shaded the acre tracts. Standing round Prioe, under brick or where cut exceeds 6 feet,

Grapefruit Country Club. If so, buy this gem. timber, good soil, surrounded bygraves G. M. BISSELL 20 cents per foot cut less than 6 feet, 15 cents per
,
Represented by It has five large and bath high, ceilinged sun- and on easy terms. foot. Card to P. O. Box No. 16 will bring our man
ny rooms newly paintedand
Geo. W. Tull, Orlando, Fla. papered, facing two streets. at grove 1.281m'Get to see you. I
Liberal advances made on con- Price only $2,000. Circumstances
compel us to sell. Address "Winter
signments. Home," care Sentinel office, Orlando. F l> & Go.iltllillllliMliminiMIIIIIMtliiliiiHiiii
R. E. Cochran President. 2-10-tf ORlANDO REAL ESTATE CO., ECarvey I

T. L. Turney, Treasurer.
r -- '-'- l-22-2m Take a slant at the want ads. Watkins Block PHONE 504 the news in the Sentinel first.J 4''' III


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i I RELIGIOUS BODIES HAVE NO than half of the aggregate for all I OAK LODGE ARRIVALS DURING I APOPKA MAN PLANTING 20
I OF WATER MELONS
ACRES
CAUSE TO FEEL DISCOURAGED denominations, with 103,000 ministersand THE FAIRC.
I, THIS YEAR
nearly 139,000 churches. These I I ,

bodies have a net increase of over t E. Layton, wife and daughter,
New York, Feb. 14.Statisticsmade \IcClu-d; ;;
ESTATE i I H. H. : sons areplanting -
I public by the Federal Council 500,000 members, or more than two- Dayton 0.; Mr. and Mrs. John I. 20 acres of watermelons, okra and

i of the Churches of Christ in America thirds of the entire increase of all (I Brown, Minneapolis, Kas.; Mr. and this Mr. McClure
bodies. Mrs. Charles L. :Moore and daughter, tomatoes spring.
show the religious bodies of the i : is noted for being the best truck gard-
There nine denominations hav- Ashland, 0.; Mrs. II. A. Johnson,
I have to be are j
United States no cause ner in Apopka, he has something
Ashland, 0. Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
million and Roman ; '
ing a upward-the
discouraged over the results of the I growing in his in1
garden day
We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If year 1914. The new communicants or Catholic, 13,794,637*; the Methodist | Schartz, Hanover, Pa.; E. E. Davisson I the the Apopka every News.
says
members added made good all the Episcopal, 3,603,265; the Southern',: and family, Clarksburg, W. Va.; I year

you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call losses by death, expulsion or withdrawal Baptist, 2,592,217; the National Bap- Chas. B. Stout and family, Clarks- ,: APOPKA -MAY-GET -AN UP-TO-

and left a surplus of nearly tist (colored), 2,018,868; the Methodist burg, W. Va.HOGS. DATE CANNING FACTORY
and talk your wishes over with us. three-quarters of a million. Episcopal, South, 2,005,707; the ,

The manager of this firm has had years of exper- That is, the total membership is Presbyterian, Northern, 1,442,498; the INOCULATED j Steps are being taken to secure an'

763,078 greater than it was in 1913. Disciples of Christ, 1,363,163; the up-to-date canning factory and an or-'

, ience dealing in Florida investments having sold over a This is an average increase of two Northern Baptist Convention' Rr. Sadler had some hogs inoculatedwith '! ange packing house in Apopka. It is'

per cent. for all bodies, great and 323, and the Protestant cholera preventative at his placeon : proposed by the Board of Trade to
1,238'-1
million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last small, Christian and non-Christian. 015,238. These seven the south side of Lake Ola near donate the site within the town with

Tables prepared by Dr. H. K. Carroll aggregate over 29,000,000 Tangerine on Wednesday, February side-tract facilities, as an inducements

two years. and issued by the council, shown I lor more than three-fourths of the entire I 9. toward securing this enterprise.

detail the gains and losses of the aggregate of the 170 religious
We are well posted on the values of all classes and bodies. II .
year. liTHE
kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all The grand total of members is now The effects on church membership I -
denominations of the European war in narrowing :
38,708,149. All the larger t
bargains in Real Estate and we want customers for Real share in the increase. Baptists the stream of immigration were prob-I I II OLD RELIABLEDANN'S

gained 122,125; Eastern Orthodox ably quiet small, as only the last five A

Estate Bargains. churches 36,500 the Roman Catholic months of the year were involved. I
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church, 136,850; the Lutherans, 56- I I The emigration of men to take partin i I TRANSFERI
the great conflict would not be a
248; the German Evangelical Synod,
S representing the state church of i i i very large factor for the same rea- Dr. B. D. WIENENGA, Prop. I

: Prussia, 29,315: ; the Methodists, 231- i''I| son. The German bodies-Lutheran, I

WARING REAL L ESTATE COMPANYR. 460; the Presbyterians, 56,019; the I, Reformed, and the representative of
Protestant: Episcopal church, 28,641. I the Prussian state church, all show f Livery, Draying and HaulingWE
unusual gains for 1914.
The Protestant Episcopal church
I The total increase of ministers was I
has crossed the million line having '
D. WARING Manager 3,212, which is unusually large, while I \
gained 86,468 since 1910, and over the total increase of churches was GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE Iw

> Rooms 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115tf 300,000 since 1900. 1,441, which is unusually small.

The Roman Cahtolic church has !

gained nearly a million and a I
I quarter
ORANGE COUjYIA SELLS AUTO AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
since 1910, and more than five anda ,
. . . ,1,8..' half millions since 1900. I 11,000 SOUR SEEDLINGS I

-- - - - -- The Methodist Episcopal church, Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited '

the second largest denomination, Leslie P. Waite reports the sale of (A

Th.e arketOF gained 187,487 in 1914, and nearly I 11,000 sour seedlings with in the HORSES FOR SALE

700,000 since 1900. past few days.Ir.. Waite is now t

CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY The thirty churches, constituting I preparing ground for the planting of 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
the Federal Council of the Churches about ten acres of selected vadieties
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
of Christ in America, report nearly lof citrus fruit and is enlarging his

FRESH AND SALT MEATS I 17,500,000 members, somewhat less; I nursery.-Apopka News. I A
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Kept under the t best sanitary conditions.
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t Begining tomorrow, for one week only. The Hoosier "WHITE BEAUTY" is the finest Hoosier made. To ,

Manufacturing Company permits us to sell the "WHITE double the saleof this one cabinet quickly, the Hoosier i

BEAUTY" at $2.50 less than the low cash price established Company authorizes this sale in 1000 picked towns. This J

by the Hoosier Company. Regular Hoosier prices are is truly the chance of a lifetime for a few women only. i

remarkably low. This reduction means an unheard-of Our allottment is strictly limited. J l

y' l ln bargain. 800,000 Hoosier Cabinets have been sold. 1

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Man Woman who ti
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Then $1.00 weekly soon pays the balance. Your Ti

"}low, if I only had a Typewriter!" money back if you're not delighted with it. No extra fees

., No interest. Just the cash price less $2.50. I
know how fast the dates: grow!: old on your ought-to-be-answered -
YOU you think of tEe labor of slowly penning the pages, it is usually SAVES MILES OF STEPS FOR YOUR TIRED FEET

of the Spanish"Manana'tomorrow.. Here is a typewriter which You must carry things from your cupboard and pan-
makes letter-answering almost as pleasant as letter-receiving. It is not a large ""e
to table and back at meal. This
try your again every
Remington business typewriter. Neither is it a temporary toy. It is durable.It .
is compact. It is easy-running. It is absolutely complete for home corres- means miles of steps. The Hoosier saves all these be-
pondence. And its price is only $50.00. Here at last is the high-class, home cause it combines everything at your fingers' ends. You

machine you have been waiting for-the Remington Junior Typewriter. can sit down in front of the Hoosier and do nearly all

Don't pen it-type it your work. You save energy by saving steps. You have

more leisure.
Ink Marathon to a type-clicking! hondred- G
EVERYPhaseofmoderulifehasltsbuSi- yard-dash. And cleanly typed paces score HAS 40 LABOR-SAVING FEATURES-17 NEW d
to be business-like. Maybe you are secretary with the"prof
of a club,lodge or society. Take the }Ministers authors and newspaper men This "WHITE BEAUTY" gives a real scientific _...._
cover off your Remington Junior. Draw find that the"right word" fairly flies to kitchen. You can put 400 articles in this new Hoosier,
tip a chair. In a Jiffy you can type the no their finger tips when they/A tm*on an ea y
ticesofmeetings records mmutes.or running typewriter like the Remington every one at your fingers' ends. I .
letters. Its clean clear typewritten work Junior.
has the"hundrr dollar"look. And do not overlook the Important business The cabinet includes the patented shaker flour sifter
If you are a committee chairman type advantage of making carbon copies -only sifter made that shakes flour through instead of I'' I
your reports on thus Kemineton Junior. of everything you write. You need never ,
Theywill race through the machine to the say "I don't remember what 1 wrote." grinding it. It also has a complete accounting system; /
merry music of the type. withnoetraeeort.theRemtngtonJuniorbtudents d
in high school and cortege can will give you neat clear-cut duplicateschange"paper"writing a cook book holder that keeps your book always open in
from the penaDdwhenever you wish. front of your eye; Mrs. Christine Frederick's Food Guide o

Something New in T"peTiterstheRetningtonJUNIO that answers the question"What shall I have for dinner"

The new all-metal bread and cake box has double capacity,

R due to improved arrangements, and the work table is ofpure ,. rr.

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Take Five Minutes to Decide NowCome

TIIIs rampart machine U not equipped with S3 00 down and the name amount each month,
lattathmenunecmanttothetKUODKeni. adding&>.UU on 1 IT Seth.part-base pnce.Here .
Ingtoa buMMva typewriter. The Kemington ac your nr* Junior U.imply a talU-equipped homeletterwriting lately irst-ffratle personal typewriter Remember-that after this sale the "WHITE BEAU-
and manuecnpttngmachine. lorthenepurport at a low pnre Write today for devcnptiTVbooklet. in tomorrow morning early-examine I these
IOU will find na everyday UK naliinited. t on't wait In_. If mu have immediate writing to do.end n* new Hoosiers carefully-then decide whether you want to
It orctipie* little pace on your de..k. It Isllaht. STi:00 i a rash,check or money order and we will Remember that the new Hoosier Club may be entirely
.\'on can eawly more it from plaietoplace. eradyoutheRewanotonJunioraonce. Thenvon buy now while you can save $_?.50. or later when you can-
villfanditaenod time.avinKinvemnientfor you ran ee for voor elf how non row learn to filled the first or second day of this sale. Come at once
ynnnalf and otfier m'mhera of roar famtlT ante rapidly I If jwn wash. tn return it after 1(1dan ( not buy below the regular set price; decide whether you
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who have writing to do.na will. find it aaexcellent tnaL TOO may da Mo will.1011011& and enroll your name.
ed orator for yrmr.child.... t..ill!_the cort of t r n.port ation. can afford to waste the energy you now spend in walking
The Kemington Jnnu>r lithe home typewriter RememberthekemtnetonJunior a Rpnv- Try the Hoosier in your kitchen. Then, if you will
yoU haven waiting for. Oar term are KHOcaah. lee dormbl hemineton ty'.nt..r.r1''lACI in your kitchen, when a single dollar will bring you theHoosier
I .or U:you prefer the Eaq Payment plan the ironclad KeminKtou Guarantee tomorrow. part with it, we will gladly refund your dollar. Come

early. Other women too are making up their minds now. 1 l
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t JACKSONVILLE 226 West Bay FLORIDA Street Oscar Hand & Son

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SIDELIGHTS OF RECENT FAIR A VALENTINE STORY We are greatly interested in the i
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By Aunt Lillian building of the brick road and rejoice ii i
By W. S. Branch A wee little lad met a wee little lass that we are to have the first .
i
Expert Testers On a sunny Saint Valentine's.Day; road.

The lady judges in the domestic: But the Sun did not shine in the wee i Mrs. Miles Simmons and family .
department tasted of 57 varieties of lassie's eyes |went to Boggy Creek on Friday to
Feb.
cake and then some more. And her smiles were all hidden away. j attend the funeral of her brother, Wednesday 4th l 1915 H

-aBeat j| Gleon Tyner, who was killed by the I
GophersThe "Pray what is the matter, my dear explosion of the Bell mill. He had }
live stock exhibit was not as little miss, 'just obtained permission to leave the I
large as they have at the Minnesota What makes you unhappy and sad? ( mill and as he turned to go the accident -I
state fair, but the citrus fruit display Come with me and join with the oth- i, occurred that caused his tragic I I
rather beat the Gophers. ers at play, ;,death.
-0- Please do" begged the wee little lad. Mr. J. A. Barber has set out a Amelia Avenue
Lots
Scored Ten Strike :'young grove of finely budded trees.
Cashier Dow of the Peoples Bank "No, thank you; I never shall play Mr. A. D. Symonds has purchased!

scored; a ten strike with his exhibitof I any more, I eight i acres of good orange land from I ,
coins and currency. More than I'd rather stay here all alone." ':\Ir. R. T. Peel, adjoining his home
two thousand people signed the regis- !"But why?" asked the boy, and she place. lIe intends building a fine'
ter and realized the truth of the slo- answered in sobs (bungalow on this place, and will At Auction
gan "It is a pleasure to serve you." Ii"I've-no-valentine-not-a-one." :i otherwise improve it.
-oHot |. :Mr. Mayers is progressing rapidly j
Dog I Now the wee little lad had a wee little in the erection of his new house
The "hot dog" man was a good dime !which will be modern in every particu-
barker and the dwarf hunch back mu- I He had saved toward a coveted ball, ''b ;

sician played everything from a snare But he quickly ran off to a valentine I; Mr. R. T. Peel has installed a gas I B
drum to the steam piano. I shop j|plant at his home and now his house' BalljCofloert ll ll S PuIJli! Wodillg[

And there he invested his all. j and porches are illuminated every ,
FIFTY MILLION DOLLARS A DAY I "night. lIe has thirteen lights.Mr. .
j'Twas a simple affair of pictures andj Peel is not contented unless he
That is some 'money. Experts at j j lace f I'is somewhat ahead of his neighbors
figures say that's what Europe is j But his kind little heart beat with ,in all modern improvements. Free Autos
to and
spending in its sanguinary disagree- I pride | Our school closed a month earlier
ments. If coined into silver dollars, j As he shly bent over the wee little than expected so we had no exercises
the monetary cost of the war would | lass 1[for the last day.
pave a roadway 12 feet wide and 6 And his offering laid by her side. I
inches deep from Orlando to Tampa, I FLORIDA HAS IT OX CALIFORNIAIN From Grounds
every thirty days, with such dollars I lIe hid round the corner to watch her'I A GREAT MANY WAYS
as road material. It would do a lot surpriseAnd Over in California the winds that

of things. Should the reader be interested scarce kept from shouting with sweep over the deserts bring sandstorms
in the discussion of "War in I glee that are extremely disagreeable -

Prophecy," or lessons for Christianityfrom j When he saw a great happiness beam and often most destructive, actually -
the present conflict, he is invited t! from her eyes, I grinding down the foliage of
to hear Mr. Ley Sunday morn- As she whispered, "Somebody lovesme. vegetation. Florida never has any SOUVENIR SPOON fOR EVERY I LADY
ing at First Methodist church. Do I ." such storms. We have electric accom-
not be afraid to come early, the Bible I paniments to summer precipation,but I
school will greet you.with a pleasant The showers were over, the lassie's they bear no comparison to a real,
welcome at 9:45. sweet face tropical electrical storm nor do these

Was bright as the heaven above; electric disturbances compare with Finest residence lots ever offered at
those of myoId home in Upper
SEASONS CITRUS CROP IS BEST The clouds had departed, all driven
Michigan,"writes editor Wright in the
t IN STATE'S' HISTORY away
j I By that little message of love. Florida Grower.
auction. Full particulars See
to and including I
Tampa, Fla.-Up BIG DAY IN TAMPA
,You need not give rich gifts to gladden -
yesterday, shipments of citrus fruits I Tampa, Fla., Feb. .-With all
from Florida this season totalled in ,i a heart trains out of New York, Chicago,
excess of 20,000 car loads. It is estimated Or drive away sorrow and pain; .
: Louisville and other points east of CARL DANN .
and 30- If you try you'll soon find that loveis
that between 25,000
the Mississippi running with extra .
the
000 car loads will have been shipped key coaches or extra sections since the The Lot Man at His Ollice or-
t' To unlock the sunshine again.
before the end of the season, or about low round trip tickets to Tampa in
8,400,000 boxes. It is the record crop. honor of the Gasparilla carnival wenton

CONWAY NEWS sale on Wednesday, the 9th, rec- WM. FITZSIMMONSAt
; UNITY _CIRCLE ord breaking crowds were broughtinto
i Everybody enjoyed Fair week and Tampa on the opening day of :Treraoot Hotel.
'e Regular meeting of Unity Circle on its many attractions.We the carnival and on Saturday. Never
; Wednesday afternoon. Rev. EleanorE. could see the lights on the sky- have such crowds been seen in the
Gordon will give a review of Ellen ,line from the fireworks Thursday city before, and all visitors are being a '
i Glasgow's "Virginia." ;night. taken care of to excellent advantage.

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ADDITIONAL LOCAL NEWS SHOOTING SCRAPE IN GEORGIA !I


-0. "'"C -en""tS """C :Mr. J. D. Mitchill, who has been Augusta, Ga., Feb. 13.Patrick J. \ SOMETHING NICE!
;: F- 0 .., 8...... (D auditing the books of the city for sev- Buckley, city fireman, shot Thomas' J

1'(1)( = 3J2 : 03j I. > eral weeks, finished his work yesterday Quinn, a printer, to death tonight. :,
rJ.J. = \S: m and left on the afternoon train The shooting was the outcome of an Two Beautiful Building Lots
cu..c
t ...., =.. for Jacksonville. old quarrel. Buckley claims self de- On South Orange Avenue
t r . -H j .2 on fense. ,
..... <3D .... ",J 0 < OS : near Lake Lucerne, splendid
0 "Scu o Messrs. T.1.. Hinkle, of Bell
r > US 0 ...... =o> Buckle, Tenn.. and Vernon Merrill, of PAVEMENT WORK view of the lake only
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T"> b CL O .z: o oCi Springfield, Ohio, are among the late 22 blocks from business
..c : bO a Co o 5TH '\S: :: 10. arrivals at the San Juan. West street is paved from Anderson center, nice big shade trees
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0 JT "rt street north to Church street, but
CDco < bD
r J.4 bO Pa 2x CJ w "oa Mr. George Armstrong, a former will not be opened to the public for 1 1I i lots to one ot the best res
m$
popular telegraph operator in the time.
some
OC 0$ 9: o a I i I dences in city.-For salt
; # Postal office in this city, but now do- I II by
t rf Q..O'WOOt-4cd' ing the "trick" for the Coast Line in WALTER W. ROSE

d8 9 co e = = oY7 > j Sanford, was in. Orlando yesterday D. K. Davidson !; REAL ESTATE
friends.Dr. ,
greeting
1 : sVI 0 CIe.: .... t-4 e coE GOLF INSTRUCTOR +! Room I A3_ Watkins. Block Phone

f 33 (CDriH CJcs .... (D .ti. O W. A. Porter and wife, and :Mr. Orlando Country Club)! 55
> > and Mrs. F. L. Martin, who are spend
SSX O j.l:< .J3 ing the winter in Orlando, left yes- Telephone No. 249. Get the news first in the Sentinel

CQ '" terday on a visit to Tampa and other
f Z a = crG points of interest in the southern part
CJ
f < g T5( 0 cd S of the state. They will return to Or-

t- < : C1S ((1) (CD _0 O 'E ': lando to remain until they start for WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPER .
r-. 13tf J-t S *- aJj 0 their home, Portland, Maine.
t = i: Ever hear this before? Let the Delicatessen Man do It.
... (H O co S Something new Something New I
r g nc: O gorf Rev. Richard A. Forrest and wife, Try it. Ask Aboir. it. t
t CO S (1).c \S: o g V) Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
of Toccoa,
c: ( cti Ga., are among the prominent three
or more
t coPHCO So bn l =5 K. ct Ju visitors now sojourning in Or- Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
: V** I lando. Rev. Forrest is the head in COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESft OLIVES
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t2 .;3 -" l the South of the Christian Alliance
O co cd (CD C: SM 5tJ ..
i-rt I and is superintendent of a large insti-
t CO NCOOLSON'SPhone
:s (CD 0O J. R. TRESHER J. E.
o; 15CD Q) tute at Toccoa. They are guests of
l5 C S coS bD r- Mrs. C. V. Rowland, on South Main 26 Bakery
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'>; < 0) 6h..c: b p s pJGO coO 15 cuOH 0 =: street. .

5S S O pJS Oa Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Spellman, who .
f ( E.-cj:' ? 0 have been visiting relatives in Orlando -
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(1)8m o b o \S.: 3 0 for the past week, left yester- I.Hammod
W eftS o pfl acti COO en 0)o day afternoon for New York city.
om ) .co o 4) Mr. and Mrs. Spellman have been & ore >

fi cd bn .., e ...c making their home in Tampa for
F== :33: ( w .... but will cast their for-
some
cd(1) years
en *5 Sco -c I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I
A "E cd : CD coto tunes in the Big City.
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t-4 REAL VALUES LOW PRICES A
r .aw :s M 00 0 E SPAIN LOOKS TO U. S. FOR .
::S M +.. y ACTION COMPARE
Vow' .., 0

.w ( 0..... ..c ':: (CD ctfCD 8 d London, Feb. 13.-A dispatch from i

O $ =. 0 ctf =. '""C ( .-- & Madrid to the Exchange Telegram I OUR FURNITUREWe :
JS O company says that "much concern is
rj
o i ex> baL4 t C coO s felt regarding the fate of the Span- provide the quality of furniture that has long

r. .... t-4 ...c Sed O o : ish colony in Mexico following the been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the ..
.. ; fltotr. :C co a : expulsion of the Spanish diplomatic standard of merit. If an article i is here it is good. i
(0 co It wouldn't here were it otherwise. We ca 'l make
c, 0 j"( 0 ,..Q (CDco 8a rtt:1 0-- ViI0 : representatives"The Spanish government by Carranza.has made this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stonesof

: .. -- ...... in 1 : application to the powers in order to I this business, and that means much to any buyer. A
: :s coCD : I
CT5 $ ((1) : obtain joint action and to end the an-
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ffl .- J i > S2 I$ 04 :: co&i c O 2 o& ]eo I archy"It is prevailing feared other in Mexico.diplomatic rep- McNOLL! & DAVIS BLOCK,

resentatives may share the afte of Cor. Orange Ate. and Church St.. Orlando. Fla.
< < ff1ff1 CH f oS 5 the Spanish Representative. Spain I
I looks especially to the United States Ja
for action." 4.______

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0 Grand Display and Opening in Store a

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I Opening Exposition of Exquisite Dress Hats ..0.8O p'C .



Q In the great numbers the Variety, Exclusiveness and Artistic Elegance pC

of the Hats assembled for this very important Event, all our previous displays >

have been far outclassed.
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FRENCH MILLINERY
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Q The most eminent artists of Paris are widely represented in types oft

Q the highest order of excellence. CI'C

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Ci Our Own Designers Kindly accept this announcement Smart Spring StylesWraps'Costumes
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Have had in view for the as a personal invitation ; ,Suits '
",, for you to attend hh, e grandest -
last several months the requirements Skirts and Waists.
of Spring Style I shown, and
of this event. which will occur on the Roof We cordially invite you to LQII
Their contributions are equally Garden Wednesday evening, call and inspect the most CI
The : elaborate! display of womens*
praisworthy. presFebruary 17th, at 8 o'clock.
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fine Ready-to-Wear Apparel
tige of this section as a style I There will be music and 4
ever shown by the Big Store
source of unequalled importance reels of pictures shown after the the recognized style store of
will be almost universally grand display of Beautiful Cos- the city and county. Grand
increased by this exhibit.tumes and New SpringMillinas has been our efforts in the
So elaborate a presentation erv, on living models. years past, we believe you
All is f.ee. Come and bring will readily conclude that this O
of fascinating modes has
Ial your friends. There will be is unquestionably the grandest -
never before been attempted seats for all. exposition of authorita-
in our city. tivestyleswehave ever shown
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TUESDAY NIGHT ROOF GARDEN THEATRE 4 REELS EACH SHOW
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Joker Comedy. FOOLS AND PAJAMAS. ''C''

Admission Free Until 6:30 p. m. Nights, Children 5c. Adults lOc. ''C''

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rt -- Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Overstreet are
t among the prominent Orlandoites :
spending the day in Tampa taking in
the sights of the Gasparilla carnival.Mr. I
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and Mrs. B. Wolff, of Birmingham -
Ala., are among the visitors now
1 sojourning in Orlando. Mr. Wolff is
the proprietor of the Imperial hotelin
1l that city. .
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dieu, of Stroudsburg, Pa., are making
t't IffA : _ MODERN their home at the San Juan while r w
WOA IAN taking in the sights of Orlando and it
t surrounding territory. N

t CHECK BOOK IS A NECESSITY Mrs. Lorenzo Hartsel and Mrs.

tr Anna Male arrived in Orlando yesterday Your comfort and prosperity for '
afternoon over the Atlantic Coast
r Line from Philadelphia, Pa., and are
i visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Benageat n<91I5
their home on Lake Dot.
1'Y

F AVOID RISK Mr. Marshall Rowland returned tIc cndsuon yourself and your
from a short trip to Tampa yesterday -
I DONT carry a fat pocket-book about with lie says that Tampa is just one t connections. ,
large carnival and that one is j
t you for the sake of paying for purchases in every
time. danced in
having a big People
A savings or checking bank accountin
cash. "_. the streets until 3 o'clock Saturday
6 I Think of SAFETY FIRST. morning. this institution is a positive step

forward.Start .
xr r Pay by Check with our bank checks, be Ex-Governor R. B. Glenn, of Win- =

4 safe, have a receipt. ston-Salem, N. C., and Rev. C. W.
Cook, of Jacksonville, arrived in Or- : : :no :i'/ '
You can open your check account here with. lando yesterday afternoon on the _: :
the State Bank any business day. Tampa Special. While in the city .
they are guests at hte New Lucerne ".,.- .'..

i THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO II hotel. -.-, ''.. ,"

Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Mjajer, of Jack- '.. ' '
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sonville, have been in the city for a : . .- : .
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f few days calling upon their former ," '-:' '
neighbors and friends. }'Ir.Io'er is
F selling the B. P. O. mixed paints, and* .
Mrs. Mojer travels with him as


t I: H'."'..", '," ",..,,,, ........, u--, 'I' _. ,I I J'chauffeur Mr. and and:Mrs.guide.--Fred- Lamoree and I [1 i ... J.it h J IDy j L:J .

little children in
I Mr. J. R. Davis left yesterday for'I two interesting are I
! LOCAL AND PERSONAL I Orlando from Salt Point, N. Y. They "U
i trip through the Carolinas in the I II .
:interest of the Lucerne Circles-Or- I have beei spending several days in 1 .. .:" "-" :, '. ':, ,,:: -:.-. ;: t
r Dr. J. N. McElroy was an Orlando |]]lando's favorite cigar. I Ocala, and before returning to their
visitor to Tampa yesterday.Mr. homes in the Empire State will make j -
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Mr. D. B. Sphaler, one of the sub- a general tour of Florida. | ,..
Geo. P. Singletary, of Kissim- stantial and enterprising citizens of ----
l mee, was among the visitors to Or- ,Taft, transacted business at the coun- Mr. and Mrs. R. McCormick, of !i 1
[f lando yesterday.Mr. ty metropolis yesterday. Trenton, N. J., who have been '
! --.---- - ing several days in the city spend-I'
\ J. M. Neel, of Cartersville, Ga., -- cinity enjoying the sights, left yesterday I OFF]? FOB THE FAIR :
t is spending today in Orlando, a guest Two Handsome for Tampa where they will i iI ,
! at the San Juan hotel. I remain during the Gasparilla carnival
and then visit other places of inter- I.
Mrs.' S. E. Clarkson, of Plainfield,\ Lake Front I est in the southern part of the state, STOP rMcElroy's <&
f N.J., is enjoying Orlando at 517 Lake returning to Orlando before going -
1 street- Grove and Home north for the summer.

, Mrs. E.; A. Warner-, from Chicago, I J'
, is a guest of her sister, Mrs. Emma j PropertiesOne Pharmacy
i Bray, at 208 Garland street. :
I
Mr. R. D. Keene is spending today :

ters.in Tampa looking after business mat- of them is the pret- and get your Kodak films. On way back

I tiest lake front location in

Mr. Allan S. Weathersbee went up i the State of Florida, with stop again and leave your films to be de
; to Jacksonville yesterday on a busi- large acreage and a most

ness mission. I i i modern dwelling.The I veloped.

? Mrs. II. B. Myers has gone to Tampa i! other has a fine The I
where she will visit her daughter grove, with modern improvements -
during the Gasparilla festivities.Mr. : and worthy of
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and Mrs. E. G. Vans Agnew, any improvementsdesired. SAN Have a
of Kissimmee, were among the welcome -i I Cream Soda
visitors to Orlando yesterday. ':
These are high priced i
I I properties, but they are JUANIn I
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Stevens, of !
Georgia, are in Orlando, guests of the : both big bargains. I

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city.
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Mrs. A. A. Ketcham and Miss M. r.
SIB Dolive & Son the room south of t
Hudulson, of New York city, are located < I
at the San Juan hotel for a the lobby we have opened a '
stay of some duration. i REAL ESTATENo. Friends opinions
II I I Cigar and News Stand,
Miss Anna M. Davis, of Bartown, 3 WEST PINE STREET
who has been visiting her friend,Miss that is as complete as
Mattie Young, at 317 North Main Second Floor -
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anything of the kind in the s
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street, returned home yesterday. I . '' : "'
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i 1 A complete line of periodicals Banking service is the fact that a large t,_ "_ ,
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stock all the time at all recommendation of present patrons. "
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Sterling Silver Spoons, Forks, Hand the room is also loca- Frequently new patrons tell us that they riE rr '

Painted China, Crumb Trays and many ted Public Stenographer, establishing relations with this Bank i E dare 1 -j -

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

cal of Florida and Orlando that will provea sing Booth, Long Distance I their friends.
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source of great delight to your friends .err.
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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 I I { 1
i general will convince you of the superior service

Department is in charge of most compe- : .

tent workmen. we offer.

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