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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 17, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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THREE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1915. "- NUMBER 5.

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YESTERDAY GERMAN FOUR BASES IMPORTANT ED1'ARD' GREY'S ,THE UNITED STATES WILL MEET ALL TfUTON ADVANCE m EAST






ASSAIL TRAWLERS, TRANSPORTSBritish i I I i. ANSWER' I II. DETAilS OF- THE------- CARRANZA, -DECREE WAR ZONE IS I s UNCHECKED


With the Assistance of TO DECEMBER U. S. NOTE ALL FOREIGN REPRESENTATIVES -
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Attacked German I SURPRISES \ HIM r MAKING A FINE ROADSAMFORDORE.AMDO GENERAL OFFENSIVE IS

Aerodrome Party in Special Car Arrived in I MEETING 'YITIISUCCESS


London, Feb. 16.-An official state- KAISER'S AIM TO KILL COMMERCE Orlando Atlantic Yesterday Coast Line Over CONSUL MAY NOW ACT ON CASE !

ment issued by the London press bureau RailroadA I ,(f CZERNOWITZ REPORTED RETAKEN

tonight says: I I Great Britain Feels Necessity Canada May Discuss Questions ROAD BED IS BEING WIDENED .

"The British admiralty announces aI I Making Further Econ- Gillespie and Kinsport touring With First Chief at Vera TO FORTY -
i party, occupying a special car, arrived FEET Petrograd Admits the Enemy'sSweep
continuation of aerial operations i omic Pressure on in Orlando yesterday afternoonon Cruz, if Silliman Not
Bukowina
Ostend and Zee-I Through
against Bruges,
the Atlantic Coast Line train No.
brugge. I Germany 89, and will remain here until this af There Wide Road Is Receiving Praise Continues With Great .

"Bombs were dropped on the heavy I From the Traveling Public
Washington, Feb. 16.-A new argu- ternoon. Washington, Feb. 16.-Secretary Forces
batteries of the the east
enemy on I mentative feature of Sir EdwardGrey's The party left New York and Philadelphia Bryan announced today that the -May Put Clay Along-
and west sides of Ostend harbor.
"Bombs also dropped the second reply td the United February 9, and will visit United States would comply with side Brick London, Feb. 16.-The general of-
were on
German at Middlekerkeas States note in December, protesting the principal cities on the East and Carranza's decree, which requires the fensive of the Teutonic allies along
positions
well gun the against undue interference by Great West Coasts. :Mr. T. F. Rice, who representatives of foreign govern-I I Any one travelling the road from the extended eastern front is contin-

as transport wagons Britain with the rights of American has charge of the party, is a New ments in Mexico shall deal with him this city to Orlando is struck with uing successfully, according to reports -

from which Ostend were moving to Ghistelles.along the roads commerce, is the establishment by York attorney who was for several personally upon diplomatic questions. I the great work now being put on that reaching London, but without
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"At the aviators assailed Germany of the war zones. sears with former District AttorneyWm. Secretary Bryan illustrated the rec- much travelled thoroughfare. The 'I any visible forward movement on the
Zeebrugge
Travers Jerome, and is well roadbed is widened to front toward Warsaw or in the Car
with bombs Mole, Lochs adn a num- The concluding part of Earl Grey's ognition of Carranza by saying that being forty ;
ber of other trawlers which were at reply is devoted to the war zone as known to many residents of Florida. I I Silliman who is the confidential feet from the city limits to the end I pathians. The Bucharest report, that

anchor. The number of they machines established by Germany, and claimsit The party will be entertained dur- agent, is a resident at Mexico City, of the brick road, the culverts and the Austrians have reocccupied Czet-

engaged forty. to be additional justification for the ing its stay here by Mayor Sperry !. and would go to Vera Cruz when \t other places in the road that formerly nowitz, capital of Bukowina, has not

"Eight was French aeroplanes materially detention of American vessels and the and the city commissioners.Mr. becomes necessary to discuss diplo- were dangerous are being made safe,jl been received from any other source,

assisted the machines of the Brit- enlargement of the list of absolute Rice was asked by a reporter matic questions with Carranza.If and all the fences and trees on the but Petrograd admits officially that

ish naval wing by vigorously attack- contraband and confiscation, with pay what effect Jerome's withdrawal this is not convenient, Secretary right of way are being taken out or the Austrians still are advancing in

ing an aerodrome of the nemy at therefor, of American foodstuffs.The would have on the Thaw case. He Bryan said Consul W. W. Canada, moved from the roadway. Bukowina in considerable force, and(
main and replied that public sentiment throughout I This road has the that desperate fighting marks the operations -
Ghistelles, thus preventing the Ger- points leading who is stationed at Vera Cruz, could now appearanceof
of based I the country was in favor of fine that reads I in the Carpathians where the
man aricraft from cutting off the thoughts Grey's argument discuss such questions with the first a thoroughfare one
Thaw, and it was only a question of a i Russians claim minor
British machines as results of the on the war zone development appearto chief. about as being in some of the great successes.
raid which speaking be these: In view of those who short time until he would be enabledto good ropd states north of us, but one Russian Retreat Continues .
generally was
reported to be good." read the note first made by Germany return to his home in Pittsburg. HIGH SCHOOL NOTES hardly looks for in Florida, and it In East Prussia the Russians have

!I by the setablishment of these zones remains for Seminole county and the not yet resigned their fortified lines,

.. French StatementParis I and her notice to the world of her FLORIDA BEAR PLACED IN PARK Arthur Ivey special Sanford road district to take and the German advance, while not

Feb. 16.-The following official intention to make reprisals against ZOO AS GIFT OF MISS The head Byt physician in attendanceat the lead in this great work. i checked, seems to British observers

issued British merchant shipping indicatedher MAMIE BRYCE The wide road is receiving praises I Ito, be proceeding with less speed.
statement was tonight: the bedside of that "High School
has intention to cripple the commerce from the tourists who are obliged: to Paris reports that the sole activityon
"On the. whole front the day Band, which has been suffering late-
of great Britain in so far as she can. Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 16.-A I travel this stretch going north and I the eastern lines consists in artillery -
been favorable to us. ly from a severe attack of chills and
"In Belgium there has been heavy I The second point, therefore, is that Florida bear was placed in the fever, reports that the end is apparently I south in this part of the state and engagements, in which guns
Great Britain feels the necessity of Springfield park zoo Sunday by Sid- will do much toward bringing the of the allies have silenced batteries
The band's I
artillery fighting. drawing mem-
exerting further economic pressureon ney Smith, park superintendent, the I near. state highway in this direction. It northeast of Ypres and destroyed
"South of Ypres the English army bers were first overcome by a hot
mastered a certain number of trenches Germany by extending the lists of special gift of Miss Mamie Bryce, of I fever of enthusiasm, which the physician is safe to say that at no point in trenches at Beaurains.In .
contraband which now includes food- Bryceville. A large crowd saw the is there better road than diplomatic circles Germany's replies -.
where for the last two rather Florida a
days, |I reports has been succeeded by an
has taken stuffs, such as the cargo of the Wil- animal arrive in the automobile belonging this nine foot brick road flanked on to notes of neutral powers con-
vigorous fighting place. equally marked chill; the membersare
Oisne and Aisne helmina, which has been taken into to Superintendent Smith. It if either side by 20 feet of good surface. cerning Germany's proposed marine
"Between near rapidly growing cold, and the
the prize court. was placed in a large cage near that The county commissioners shouldnow I war zone are awaited with interest.
Bailly, our artillery directed very effective dangerous symptoms are not speed-
fire of auto The whole tenor of Grey's conten- of the monkeys.The take steps to hard surface this : Great Britain's reply concerning"use
upon assemblages I ily arrested the most disastrous consequences -
and bomb throwers. tions is the claim that it is Germany's i bear was captured when a feared. part of the road with clay if possible of neutral flags is given secondary -

conveys"In the section about Rheims wey intention ot make neural countries young cub from its mother by MissBryce's I are -o- or at least plant Bermuda grass I i importance.NO .

progressed near Lourve. contiguous to her territory bases of brother. She regretted to On Monday Mr. Graham, of Pitts- I upon it and in this way give the ve- I
and if for other part with her pet but it was becom- hicles surface which to MODELS TONIGHT .
good
"In Champagne and on the front supplies, no reason I burg, visited the public schools and a upon ,
that that all Britain's ing too big for her to manage. The out and With the nine
extending from northwest of Perthes acts are justi- inspecetd the different departments.This turn pass.
' to the north of Beause Jour we cap- fied, even in international law and animal makes a splendid addition to gentleman is Jooking over the I feet of brick and a good surface on On account of the absence from the

tured about three kilometers. without reference to extraordinary the collection at the zoo. the sides of the road this stretch of city of Mr. N. P. Yowell, presidentof
state wiht a view of selecting a per-
"Approximately two miles of Ger- violaion of that law by the German manent location, one of the main re- road will give the public one of the the Yowell-Duckworth company,
government. THIRTY-FIVE STATES REPRESENTED finest thoroughfares in the state. who has been called to the bedside of
man trenches were captured and several quirements being good schools. :Mr. I
Bell deserves his son, Richard, who is seriously ill
Secretary Bryan announced today Road Supervisor
hundred prisoners taken, among Graham, who has for years been officially -
credit for his efficient in Atlanta, Ga., the grand display of
which were five officers. that the reply to Grey would be given connected with the Pittsburg supervision I
In the names registered at the Sen- I beautiful costumes and new spring
this of work
"In Argonne infantry actions have out tomorrow for publication Thurs- schools, said that he was much over important piece on I
day morning. tinel booth at the fair were representatives this road and the county commissioners millinery on living models at the Roof
from Four de Paris to
taken place pleased with the Orlando schools, the
of thirty-five states besides I are also to be commended for or- Garden, this evening, immediately after \
a point west of Boureauilles. Fight- discipline in the Orlando schools ex-
NE.tR-I-I Florida. The District of Columbia -I I dering the same.-Sanford Herald. the show, has been postponed.This .
ing continues under favorable condi- SHIPS FROM NEW YORK celling any which he had ever seen.
had one man present and only refers to the Roof Garden
IXG DANGER
tions. I LINE
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"Northwest of Portamousson we' Stuart M. Gould, director of the A SLIGHT BL.ST EVENINGLate .
sentatives. The crowds came from as grand opening at the Big
captured several German block houses New York, Feb. 16.-Of the steam- high school orchestra, reports the fol- spring
far as Tacoma, Washington, and the Store, which will take place exactly
in the woods about Lepretre." ships clearing from New York within lowing new members of his organization yesterday afternoon fire broke ,
northern part of Maine. Texas also advertised Thursday, February18th.
the past two weeks, maritime records : Donald C. Helms, trombone; !out in C. G. Magruder's room in the as ,
furnished few. New York, New
a .
STOVER SAID HE KILLED BOTH show today that twenty-seven are due Dwight Powell, alto horn; Monroe I Arcade hoteL The blaze was discovered -

MEN to be within the war zone declared by Jersey, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Patch, cornet. The orchestra is grow- I at 6:15 and by prompt work the

---r Germany on and after February 18, Connecticut, Ohio, Illinois" Indiana, II ign rapidly and is to be especially : building was saved. The damage I" A CARD OF THANKSI
Michigan and Maine all had large
Palatka, Fla., Feb. 16.-Clyde Sto- the day set to establish the zone. congratulated on the addition to its i done amounted to some thirty-five

-er.. murderer of the Gardner brothers Four of these ships are American- numbers present.OPERATION ranks of these three boys, for each i dollars. The fire started between the f take this opportunity of thankingthe

at their hunting camp, January owned and fly the American flag and I UPOSARAH BERN- I is a member of the city band, thus I walls and floor, which made it neces- managers of the Subtropical Mid-

SO( was brought to Palatka this af- five carry passengers. The four DELAYED A WEEK I having had considerable experience. sary to chop out a portion of the winter Fair, held in Orlando last
HARDT
ternoon by Sheriff Kennerly from American ships are the Surnga,which I! --0i i flooring in order to get at the flames. week; also the press and the good to

Jacksonville, where he had been sailed 'for Gothenburg February; I f t people of Orlando and vicinity, for
occurred
Paris, Feb. 15.-Arthur Meyer, editor j A senior class meeting i I
turned over to the Putnam county of- the Cushing, which sailed for Copenhagen of the Gaulois, has received a tel- last Friday, the object being to hear LAST NEW ORLEANS RACING I|I courtesies extended to me while exhibiting -
which the agricultural and horticultural -
ficer. February 6; the Kansan I
from Maurice Bernhardt, the the report of the committee appointedat
Stover talked readily of the double sailed for London, on the 8th, and the egram son of Sarah Bernhardt, the famous I Ii last meeting to select designs from New Orleans, Feb. 16.Nearly 10- I; products displayed Jby the

murder, although he gave the impres- Philadelphia, of the American line, a i actress, announcing that the opera I which the class might choose a de- i 000 persons saw the last days of rac- j i Hunter Land company, which were

sion in his recital of the crime here passenger carrying: ship, which sailed tion which his mother was to undergo sirable class emblem to have mounted ing in New Orleans at the forty-day |; grown on their farm situated at the

that he fired upon the two men after last Saturday for Liverpool.The on Saturday had been postponed at I on pins or rings. After the commit- |winter meeting here today. The meet- ; south end of Osceola county, and I
they had beaten him at their '! four other vessels carrying f closed has been feel proud I was in a position, even
camp on I the last moment for a week. His mittee had submitted its report the ing just a big suc-
the Adriatic (British), | ,, though it were in a small way, to pod .
the Ocklawaha are horsemen will
river. He said that passengers mother's condition, he wires, is excel- I[ class secretary read a letter which cess. The exodus of
he killed both men on the afternoonof of the White Star Line, which should lent. 'had been received from Mr. Walter : start immediately and a few will go I I to the success of the fair.ii.'EDMUND .

January SO. ,I r I reach Liverpool late on the 18th or Murphy, the representative of a jew- to Havana, but more will ship to Tot SWABEY.

The negro says II. C. Gardner was on the morning of the 19th; the Norwegian TO PRESENT PLAY SATURDAY !! elry concern which is located at Columbus :j Springs and :Maryland: tracks.In I I Kissimmee, Fla, Feb. 15, 1915. \

shot some distance from the camp at steamer Bergensfjord bound EVENINGThe Ohio, in which this gentleman j i i

about 1 o'clock in the afternoon, and for Bergen; the Cunarder Orduna asked permission to be allowed. the Better Babies contest held PROMINENT PITTSBURGERSMr.

that the body was left in the swamp (British), due at Liverpool about Feb- modern morality play, "Every- I to exhibit to the class, on Tuesday J"at the Subtropical Midwinter Fair in I I

about three miles from the river. ruary 25, and the French liner Niagara woman," will be presented by the I (today), a line of school emblems.1 1I Orlando*last week, the young son of j Louis B. Fulton and wife, of

Stover says II. C. Gardner had beaten which sailed Sunday for Havre. Class in English Drama of Rollins Pending this demonstration nothingwas Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bumby made the i j i Pittsburg, Pa., arrived yesterday and

him because he had not killed a hog. All the vessels were heavily laden College, under the direction of Prof.A. decided in regard to selecting highest score. Both Mr. and : I are located at the San Juan for a

Stover said he shot the white man with freight. The Philadelphia car- D. Enyart, in the Lyman gymna- pins. I Bumby have friends in this city \Irs.1 I stay of several weeks. Mr. Fultonis

>in the head from behind, firing two ried 250 passengers, the Adriatic 400, sium, on Saturday evening, February -oWe I will be interested in the above the president of the Chaplin-Fulton
barrels of a shotgun. The and the other three liners had fewer I Manufacturing of Pittsburg,
negro twentieth, at seven-thirty. were allowed an extra recess of -Ocala Star. I Ii company
claims that he feared that he wouldbe passengers aboard. nearly an hour last Wednesday in I and is widely known as a distinguished ,

killed by Alonzo Gardner, and that THE WEATHER order that we might witness the j j i The Maine people will hold a meet-j inventor and mechanical en- 1

he slipped up behind him and killed U. D. C. MEETING Florida: Partly cloudy Wednesday great auto parade. For this concession ,i i ing at Tourist Headquarters, on the I gineer. With him was associated for

him in the same manner, but at a preceded by showers in peninsular. "0 Powers That Be," we are corner of Pine and Main streets, at many years Mr. C. W. Townsend, now j

distance not far from the camp. Sto- 1 There will be a meeting of the Thursday fair. truly grateful. !i!. 7:30 o'clock this evening, to make arrangements I!I residing here, and the two old friends '

ver said he took $18 from the pocketof Annie Coleman Chapter, U. D. CX, on - for going to the New and business associates are anticipat'

the first man he killed and $22 Thursday, February 18, at 3:30 p. m. Come to us for Books, Stationery, Did we get the prizes at the spell- England picnic on :Monday, February ling I I a joyful reunion. This is th

from the pocket of the second man Meeting with Mrs. Robert Howe. Music, School and Office Supplies, ing bee last week! Did wet Ask 23. It is hoped that all will be pres- i first visit of Mr. and Mrs. Fulton to

killed. 4 :Mary: Branharn:, secretary. 17-2t Curtis & O'Neal, Orange Avenue. us. ent. j i Florida.



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HOTELSnm 1 i' . I I I IIIII I I I I I ; I I I I . I I I I I . I I I . I I I . IJ"
CONVENTION OFKOFFSWill Dr. F. F.Thompson| :

: I I DENTISTRecently Seeds Seeds Seeds j H

Be Held for Thirtieth Yearat of New York
THE KEYSTONE HOTEL
Palatka March I
10 and
Over Curtis & O'Neals, Orange Ave.
Corner West and Church Streets Interesting NEW STORE
Splendid service. Excellent rooms. Hot and cold water. One of the best 24d&w1mPHONE
cooks in the state. Rates $7.50 per week and up. Special rates to parties ProgramThe
wishing table board. 646 NEW SEEDS

W. G. DUNCAN, Prop. official program for the thir- AUTO FOR HIRE .

tieth annual convention of the grand FIRST CLASS REPAIRING- Sweet Corn, Field Corn, Peas, Beans, Etc. 'we

VISIT "COLLIER GROVE"-ON LAKE APOPKAFOR lodge of Florida, Knights of Pythias BARNARD & SON guarantee our seeds to be fresh.
> THE BEST FISHINGOn which will be held in Palatka March 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla. t

main country road, four miles east of Clermont and three miles west of 10 and 11 next, has been formulatedand 12-10-iJu Don't be disappointed, come to us 'for Drugs
Ookland; 16 miles west of Orlando, at Bear's Gap Station, T. & G. R. R. is as follows:
Parking place for Autos. Fine Pier and Pavilion and Picnic Grounds. Tripsto Tuesday, March 9: and Garden Seed. {

wonderful "Boiling Springs." Steel Motor and Row Boats, well equipped, Registration and distribution of of- Dr. S. S. Jones
for hire. Agents for Ferro Motors and Mullin's Steel Boats. ficial badges at Putnam House head-

Oakland Office with T. Connell, Grocer. Telephone at residence, "Collier quarters. CHIROPRACTOR 1
Grove," call Monte Verde. Pavilion on pier. Can be engaged for dancing Wednesday, March 10: graduate Davenport College 17 and j' City Drug* Store"A
Concert at headquarters, PalatkaMilitary 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone
purposes. :: band. 209. Intelligent people everywhere !!
------- Public ceremonies at Kalbfield's ue being restored to health by chiropractic -i "
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master o f ceremonies, lion. S. J. removing the cause of disease. Ex- '
1 European Plan 15:West Pine SL, Hilburn, P. G. C. animation free. 12- .t-lmo !i J. Z DEAN Fli.G.
Music, Palatka Military band. ,. ,
: Rooms with Bath Orlando, Fla. i
t Invocation, Rev. P. Quintius Cason. .11111'1..I..I.I..II IIIIIIIIIII.I..I..I . .-Mi
Address of Welcome on behalf of I
-For Fine I
the city of Palatka, Hon.. Samuel J.
TOURISTS ATTENTION!
\ Kennerly, mayor.Welcome WATCH, CLOCK and II

We Serve the FinestlMeals in Orlando address on behalf Pythian JEWELRY REPAIRINGcall ::1 WRIGHT SEED CO
Sisters Palmetto temple, No. 33, Mrs.H. .
Prepared by our New York Cook
t A. Ah'ater1.. E. C. on C. VATER whois
We the Largest Stock of Seed in
Response on behalf of grand temple carry
f 100 Rooms Bath Steam Heat. $1.00 an expert at this trade
i, Mrs. Linton Curry, G. C. Orange bounty. Agents for the elebra-
Short addresses, Hon. Union B. with many years experience
r Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water Hunt, president board of control, and ted National Guano Fertilizers '

Hon. Thomas J. Carling at_ Youngs Repair Shop
past supreme -
t EMPIRE HOTEL chancellor. Opp. Post Office; Pine Street 206 So. Orange Ave. .

i Music, Palatka Military band, and
Rooms adjournment to Castle hall for grand
54 Light Housekeeping
session.
I lodge .
Grand lodge session in Castle hall,

11 a. m.Grand.
i I ROSSMORE INNWindermere lodge session in Castle hall,

2p.m. 111 n
1 D. O. K. K. parade, with Palatka
This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric :Military band, 4:30 p. m.

lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with D. O. K. K. ceremonial at Athletic Jr. Let the Hoosier a
Lath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish- club, 8 p. m.Reception .
ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. at Putnam House, 9 p.m.
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Musicale at Putnam House, 9:30p. : Cabinet cut Your H'
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THE OSCEOLASTEAM Thursday m. March 11: Kitchen Work JIn ?
Military' Concert band.at headquarters, Palatka t: l r rr

HEAT THROUGHOUT Grand lodge session at Castle hall, two -

9 .
Magnolia and Robinson Ave J. W. HURLEY a. m.Grand
Manager lodge session at Castle hall :; $S'r -

1:30 p. m.Amplified. No more steps to pantry TT I r > oNo
third rank at the Castle' more steps to cupboard pLeas
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step to cellar o
hall, 8 p. m. ...,.,,:::
Grand ball at Putnam House, 9 ...... o
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In addition to the great array of /
AND superb local talent that will take partin n
the musicale at the Putnam House J
SHEET METAL CO.
during the grand lodge convention of
the Knights of Pythias Miss Elizabeth .i

M. Brown, of Connellsville, Pa.,
Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos, will sing. Miss Brown posseses a soprano SAVE $2.50 TODAY
voice of rare beauty; possiblyno I ;
and Rubber Roofings finer has been heard in Florida

this season. With our own artists, While this limited allotment lasts, this Hurry, before the new Hoosier Club is

Cornices, Skylights. Heating, Ventilating, !Metal\ Ceilings who are undoubtedly the peers of any week, you can.have the famous "WHITE filled. For remember, we are permitted
in the state the musical will be a the Hoosier Cabinet to all clijb
BEAUTY" Cabinet at a lower price than deliver

Works: 14 E. ChurchSt.: ORLANDO with topnotcher.names of The all participants entire program, will, any woman ever paid. The Hoosier Company members during this great sale for $2.30

be published within a few days. is holding this special sale in 1000 less than the low cash price, but club meiji-
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towns in order to double the sale' of bers do not have to pay cash. This is the
f --;- --- --- -- -- - - - -- -- LETTERS TO TilE SENTINELThe "WHITE BEAUTY"-the finest cabinet big advantage of enrolling in this Hoosier

\v lL3 dolt et the made. The chance may never come again. Club-it does not cost one penny extra. -
you right president and board of direc-
You must regular prices when this lot Come in now-at once-before this club *s
pay
tors of the Panama Pacific Interna- '
I ? medicine for tional Exposition beg to inform, you : is sold. filled.

: that the exposition celebrating the
thatcold? I completion of the Panama canal will

f be opened to the public with appropriate One Dollar Puts "WHITE BEAUTY]
w W c g'r itr I ceremonies Saturday, February .
20, 1915, in accordance with the act
of congress and the proclamation by Into Your Kitchen ,
the president of the United States.

Il The exposition will on that day be Then $1.00 weekly soons pays the balance. Your giving you a table space 42x39 inches. You
I! I / \ r complete in every detail including the money back promptly if you are not delighted have plenty of knee room underneath. A
participation of the nations of Europe with Hoosier.
of the Orient and of all the your Whole Kitchen at Fingers' Ends
40 Labor-Saving Features-17 New in cabinet
srau \ i : You can reach .everything your
1;- y Americas.Very cordially yours, You: save miles of steps with this new Hoosier. without a step. All of the 40 conveniences, and
CHAS. C. MOORE, President. 40 special features help you save labor- even the 400 articles which the Hoosier Cabinet will
t San Francisco, Cal. reduce the effort of reaching. Every inch of hold, are in the most handy places to save reacV '
t space is utilized. You get through quickly. ing.Everything .
is closed free from dust. The a.
up
MARSHALL P. WILDER. HUMORIST Comes Apart for CleaningThe
L t Hoosier business-like kitchen. It gives
gives you a
LEFT AN ESTATE VALUED Hoosier is the one sanitary cabinet. In
kitchen than possibly could have
I you a better you
AT $230,000 without it. two minutes you can take it entirely, apart for

New York.-The will Marshall Sit Down at Work cleaning, to let sunshine and fresh air into every

.
P. Wilder, the humorist, who died last The sliding pure aluminum table pulls out, corner.
month disclosed real estate holdingsin
i 7 New York state valued at $250,000and

STOP THAT COLD! If you don't you may y have pneumonia and $17,000 in personal filed for property. The It Only You and a Few More Women!
will has been probate.
die. This is plain talk but you had better heed our warning.

; When you come to us for medicines for your cold or any- gives almost the entire estate to his I So women are making up their minds to them are already in use. Today you can
Marshall P. Wilder Jr., and his many
,
else with sell the best son
thing wrong you, we you preparations while S2.50 that still decide whether to buy one now and save
I they can save
Isabel Wilder. The Hoosiers now
daughter, Grace get
c science and honesty can compound. REXALL COLD TABLETS.ME ,
residue is to be held in trust the income I this small allotment is going more rapidly than S2,50, or later, when the price goes up again
: [W N's HAI{'1ACY: to go to his son and daughterfor ,I we expected. Hoosier Cabinets are becoming the $2.50 is worth saving. Decide now to come down

(REXALL STORE) life. Upon reaching the age of one universal labor-saver. Over 800,000 of today and examine this cabinet.Remember .
f thirty each has power to dispose ofonehalf
f - ---- ---- of the estate by will.BACK next week will be too late.

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f' Th.e IL/dlarfeet FROM ARCHITECTS MEET Oscar Hand & SonTO

Fred A. Henderich returned Friday
OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
night from Orlando where he attended I
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE the semi-annual meeting of the

FRESH AND SALT MEATS Florida Association of Architects. He I II

under the best sanitary conditions. 1 1f. I was honored by being elected a mem-
: Kept THE PUBLIC: We authorize this sale limitedto
ber of the board of directors of the
f. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh association. The organization is com- "White Beauty" Hoosier cabinets at $2.50 less

and pore. posed of the leading reputable archi- than the fixed cash price of these cabinets this
f We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have tects of the state and is for the gen- week only. THE HOOSIER MFG. CO. New Castle Ind.

r everything in the Meat Line. eral advancement of the profession.The .

meeting was a very interestingone
H.: :jVT. Self & Co. and Mr. Henderich states that

Orlando is well filled, crowds being
NO. SO PINE STREET
PHONE
:, I there to attend the midwinter fair,
says the St. Augustine Record.


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RECOMMENDATIONS OF GOVERNOR with the penalty of removal for a
TO TilE STATE failure to comply with the law."
The lot advertised for $1200, LEGISL.TURETal1ahassee

with'r a reduction of $400.00, if DEATH OF MRS. JAMES ARGO H >
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Fla., Feb. 15.-Followinjr :: :r -3
buyer would build, was boughtby : up his announced intention to Oviedo, Feb. 14. Again on Tuesday if r rt> :: -i taHniCD -

Mr. Samuel Brice of New !make public from time to time a number morning ag loom was cast over tfiCD jfp 5> .. <:: .a SO ?: P3: ::

j I of the recommendations which he the community by the death of Mrs. n O s g, CJ) K .......
York. We have decided to of- proposes to submit to the legislature, James Argo, wife of Captain James j [ en COo JnUQ L.J
which convenes in April, Gov. Park Argo. I -.. 00 t" CJ) '< --J O .
fer another one. Trammell states that he will make Mrs. Argo was one of the oldest ; : 0 fD I 0" I r-i o :3.s
recommendations upon the following residents of this section, having come :' Co CD SO =-: O ::
Corner lot, well located. Side- subjects: here about thirtyoneears ago. At L "C oo 5- p & :S s 3? ......J
Libraries for Public Schools the time of her death she was sev- o 3 S. I CICI< rg
walks, water, lights, gas. North- "That the school youth of the state enty-two years old. The citizens of 10. : 2. s 0
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have easy access to good books and Oviedo have lost one of their best and O O C5 SI P : s
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east. $1000.00.Vill take 8
$600if proper reading matter is deemed i'most lovable Christian women. "=> S* s CD OX > o ..' ", 0

buyer will build within one I highly important. With a carefully Mrs. Argo and the Captain have 0 :; stfl:s QJ (D ,-& V n- DS"OQ- ,..... CD SO .......,
selected library in the public schools for many years owned and managed O-c Cw/) d: \oj
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year. suitable for the respective grades, the 1! the Argo House, and through their II : ? SX tT1 itI
boys and girls would be inclined to I careful and hospitable treatment i 3c ) C K 'C HHS
cultivate taste for the : have made friends of hundreds ft" ZZ? '<
a reading right i lasting I 3 t O'
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kind of literature and their attention i of guests from other towns. i iI
diverted from trashy readings, to I Her friends in Oviedo and vicinity % ........ r'- Cb --.. .'I. e> :: >
which they are too often atracted I are all who have been so fortunate as 3CO . ?
CARL DANN when the better class of books is not I to become acquaintances. Mrs. Argo o 2s y IF I a Ig
available."I I was a staunch Christian and a lifetime < en =- 0 W

would therefore recommend a I member of the Baptist church. S- C c... o
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law making it the duty of the county Interment was at the Union ceme- o .. S5
REAL ESTATE board of public instruction in each tery, Rev. William Stone officiating.The : 3
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county to provide for circulating pallbearers were: Messrs. W. IDCP
school libraries to be not less than H. Howard, T. W. Lawton J. B.Jones, '"I Q) S s 0: So0"0 ::r-
one to every ten schools, and to pro- A. McCulley, Z. Spinks and R. E.
pr
COMPANY vide for the care of the libraries and Kelsey. Mr. S. T. Hunt, undertaker, CD 0QD Cb w Q, ,:.:.s.. N53 s >-s C ,P.. :: '
en o
their exchange from one school to an- I was funeral director. I1-- -S :3 s CD P COCD o t- ,
I I other. The This of the most largely ... .
supervision of the libra- was one P":2: =.: S" !-< co o
ries and the details of the circulationof attended funerals ever held in Oviedo. 8S *
the same, and the system and rules I Besides hosts of friends, many rela- 2 DP p ::r:3:

A Florida for use thereof might very properlybe tives were in attendance.Of 5 s oLM CT-01 >-S COO W.
made the duty of the county super- the sons and daughters presentwere Os: enO c.. .
intendent of public instruction. : "0. E. Argo, of Jacksonville; H* SM 3 t0 rT :::::! hd .

ProductGrapefruit "These libraries would cost each Mrs. John Barlowe and Mrs. J. B. OE... ; ,.... > ? s'S ws
county but very little. The initial Polhill, of Sanford; from Orlando was :.. 5 C13' : 0)) >
and maintenance expense would be Mrs. O. N. Larson, a niece of the de 0 S
:Marmalade PTo ::s ) .
h o JL pW .
but a trifle compared with the great ceased. n a .
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Marmalade
Orange good which they would accomplish." Among the grandchildren were: S: s 3
Kumquat Marmalade Inheritance Tax Law Fred T. Folhill, of Tampa; Hugh -. r--o 0 p .' -3
"A very large majority of the White,. of Oviedo; W. W. White and I "- < I
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states have enacted laws providingfor wife and Miss Bessie White, of San- ) o f""tCb 513 rfl -
Did you see the display ol a reasonable tax upon inheritance.This ford.The 09 So O5' o =

the Tavares\ Preserving Company seems to be one of the most I many friends extend their sympathy 0)o. I I
equitable ways: by which to raise rev- to the grief stricken family, :- *)
at the Fair? enue. I recommend the passage of a I especially to the aged and feeble cap- ..ffCjj f
I graduated inheritance tax law which tain. g. K A s_? o
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I may apply to all estates of more than rf Pr "
We sell their goods. Call j a certain amount to be fixed by the I Charles Bennett left yesterday for 0 wjic HU
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and see i it.CARUTHERS. I law." Tampa to take in the Gasparilla car- P > rr( o & sc -
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Require Officers to Pay Over Public nival. ....- \ oB .... Z11
Funds Promptly ---- -- - - -- $30,000.00: Hcsponsib ... IpIIf 0 : s O.OQ cr .
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"All belonging to the stateor \oj .... ; i
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money Doctors .... ,.... <: .
& GORE a county when paid to an officer ::s ..... 0 JL CP N- \
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I'should be promptly paid over to the BuckmastiT> & Bnindasc S- 0 C *< no.. ...
public treasury. No officer shouldbe -. H- rt- ,. L...jz '
New Modern G allowed to hold the public funds OSTEOPATHS : CD cra 8 ::S -f r 1\
Grocery for an indefinite period. I would sug- ';; CO P P O- -J; ""
gest the enactment of a law requir- Personal instruction under Dr. Still & 5 :*s caX
ing that all officers collecting public at Kirksville Mo. ffD r+
Phone !
200
funds shall pay the same to the proper Hours, .9 to 12; 1 to 5; Evenings by En v o vJ I

officer within ten days after the I appointment. .
6 and 8 East Pine St. I first day of the month next succeed- 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
ing the month of receiving the same National Bank. Phone 578.


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


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


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


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


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

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THE DAILY REAL (ITIIE
LENTEN SEASON BEGINS .
I.Here's I.
Mr. Tourist -
ROTARY CLUB-
South Florida SentinelMORNING i TODAY IN ORLANDO
The Rotary Club of Tampa was I CHURCHES
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WEEKLYW.
M. GLENN .....................Editor host yesterday morning to the news- Some Real
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W. C. ESSINGTON Dnunru Manager
paper men of Florida at a real, gen- Special Services Will Mark the Sea
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. Flor uine, bona fide, unadulterated and son at St. Luke's Cathedral and Estate BargainsFor I
ida. a. Second Clasa Mail Matter.
typical "gridirbn" breakfast. JohnT. St. James Catholic Church

Daily t Year SUBSCRIPTION.............RATES........... $3.W, Mahoney presided in his quiet way Sale by Us Exclusively We Are Alwaysthe
Vail C Month. ..............eo...... Z.&O (he had a cold); Ed. Lambright and Today marks the beginning of Lent, Modern
Daily. S Month ...................... 1.25 the seven room residence -
Daily. 1 Month ....................... JSO Col. Iluffaker behaved like a coupleof pentecostal season of the year on Lake :Minnie for
First
which is observed in the to
Weekiy7T Year ...................... 11.00 colts; Perry G. Wall, the Demos- Roman Cath-
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN thenes of Florida, compelled "The olic and the Protestant Episcopal only $3500.

ADVANCETO Florida Press" to accept his flattering churches. This is Ash Wednesday, Beautiful lot 75x155, dandy
ADVERTISERS: adjectives; Mayor-Scribe D. B. I and services will be held at St. James, view of Lake Lucerne. Act- 6

Copy for di.play and all .tfcr hand-Mt McKay said gracious things that and St. Luke's Cathedral. At St. ual value 'Spring"Something
$2000 Owner will
advertising rust be handro in at tb* businesa made the newspaper fraternity feel I James there will be services at 7:30a.
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m, sacrifice for $1600.
m. and 7:30 m., as follows only
the day before publication. Thi. ral applies like moving right down to Tampa and p. :
U changes for contract advertising; it U Blessing and imposition of ashes
erecting a few cases of type. Two
Invariable and will be M rift IT adhered to.Subscribers I beautiful homes on
---- George Ade was one of the speakers followed by Mass and short address, Lake Eola. New '
Owner
The Sentinel must sell.
desiring discontinued -
also fire Sewdl Ford and a. m.; Way of the Cross, short
should! notify the office in writing on ; rapid 17:30
the date of expiration otherwise it will be Col. Haldeman, and Ex-Gov. Gilchrist, I address and Benediction 7:30 p. m. Price of either only $6oco.

until continued notice at to the stop regular is received.Telephone subscription. rates Henry B. Holt of Jacksonville, Rube I On Tuesday and Thursday, Mass at Several new California bun- 1t
Numb r 21 Peerless Powell A. C. i 7:30 a. m. A
Allyn, Crosbyof galows ready to move into
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 17, 191;). New York, many ten-word scribe : On Wednesday and Friday, devo-
orators, and last, but not least, a tional exercises at 7:30 p. m. $1800 up to $3000.Cooper I UJ?Y)
At St. Luke's Cathedral I ...
i services -
beautiful from the I
March winds will be. next in or- message came '
der. Nestor of American journalism, Henry I will be as follows: Atha <::
Watterson. The Holy Communion, 7 a. m.; ,

The study of newspapers in schoolis The Rotary Club of Tampa now has I morning prayer, litany and sermon, 114 South Orange' Are. Ground Floor A
favored by some educators. And the support of the press in any future 10:30 a. m.; evening prayer and ser-
why not? enterprise. I mon, 7:30 p. m. Phone No. 311 ,

Service very plainly underlies the OnIonday, Tuesday, and Thurs-
---
I day there will be evening anda we emphasize an advance exhibition of
Petrograd dispatches say that spirti of Rotarianism. To be an ideal j prayer
and R-O-T-E the and brief address at 5 p. m.
Wolaszydlowizcka is likely to fall. If perfect giving I
it does, great will be the explosion.o rendering of service are the first On Wednesday and Friday, litany VENEER CORES j
o requisites. As business is a science of and intercession for missions, 10 a. m. ,
human service must be Lent is only casually observed in MILLINERYAND
farmer now complains of the so perforce $1.25Per I
Rotarianism. the other churches of the city, and
high price of gasoline and tires instead -
; abusing the mortgage on the Tampa has a real city, a real citi- there will be no special Strand Up
eld !)!at"e. zenry, and a real Rotary Club. J cept on Palm Sunday and. Easter
o To that notable aggregation of'i Sunday. FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND .
OAK WOOD
People around here are rejoicingover boosters our hat is off and we bow I I
the excellent weather we are our thanks! Mrs. Frank Moulton, who has been Orlando ood Yard

having for truckers, and an abund- o i visiting Mr. and :Mrs. W. C. Sherman ,! B. W. Kin Proprietor READY-TO-WEAR
A WORD TO THE PUBLICThe at their home, 810 South Main street sey
ant harvest will possibly be reaped.A I PINE STREET AND R. R. j
o left :yesterday afternoon for Los Angeles I Telephone 344 f
home town paper is not unlikea auction sale to be held Feb Cal., stopping en route to visit 9-30 I
toothbrush. You should have one ruary 24th is not an ordinary auction friends in Columbia, S. C. -- I Distinctive and characteristic are the new

of your own and not ask to borrow.It sale, but is strictly a business ----- Millinery shapes, and destined to be extre-
leaves you with a better taste in man's proposition. This property was Ij -- I mely popular. Such names as the follow

your mouth. bought to be sold immediately. Thereare ing will be household words: .
o thirty-four lots to go to the high- t

Psychological explanations may be est bidder. There never has been and

many and varied but the fact remains probably never will be as high class
that the so-called "comic" valentine property sold at auction in Orlando.The "The Tipperary""Chin

with its insulting doggerel, is location is ideal, being four
fast vanishing. blocks east of the Wyoming hotel on i Chin"t

k o Amelia avenue, and two blocks northof I

It costs something like $20 to talk Lake Eola. There is no location "Tommy Atkins"Our
from Washington to San Franciscoover that offers better opportunities to the Lake Eola and Eola Park j
the new transcontinental tele- speculator or better advantages to
phone wire. Another case where silence the home builder. Lots in this vicin- Ready-to-Wear Department already -
is golden. ity have sold this year from five to
---0- ten hundred dollars, each. And you shows characteristic individuality.

According to an Italian physician, are no doubt aware of the fact that All the new tones and half tones of
love causes an intoxication of the this location is in the heart of the Puttee Sand
Battleship Gray "Silent"tones
nervous centers, producing a disease section of the town that is being improved The time is now ripe for an investment in this par- ,

that, if not cured, may lead to neuras- most rapidly. This propertyis and neutral tints are already ex-

thenia and even insanity. restricted in a moderate way, and ticular section of the city. Property well bought will be pressed in charming suits and dainty dres-
o will be sold on easy terms as desired.It .

"Newsiest newspaper in South will not be any "harumscarum"auction absolutely certain of producing a profit. I have two or ses.
Florida," said a prominent Orange sale, all that is expected of Look the new styles over they are edu-
, county man, speaking of the Daily the fair-minded buyers is for them to
three offerings which I can recommend as sure MONEY cational.
Sentinel, yesterday. And the best is pay what they actually think the lot
yet to come; mark that! is worth. This property is open for
MAKERS.Call .
o inspection and if you will call at my

The Arkansas senate passed a dry office I will be pleased to show you
bill that will make that state dry in the property. Should you care to buya and let me show them to you.

1916. Oregon also passed a bill mak- certain lot before the sale we will
SILKS
ing unlawful to sell or manufacture be glad to make you a price. As is I
intoxicants in that state. customary with every auction sale,
we will have free autos leave the business -
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Perhaps more people would buy center at 9:30 a. m. the morning An extraordinary cash purchase enables 1
of the sale. Every lady who at-
their next Christmas presents now us to offer, much below market val-
if it not tends the sale will be given a silver
and save 50 cent. were
for the fact that per they might die be- souvenir spoon of Orlando, as we: S. Y. WAY ues one of the most popular all pure Silk i ti

fore December and lose the money.A would not attempt to have an auction Fabrics for the coming season.
safe unless the ladies attended.

news dispatch o reports that the Very truly yours, I Insurance and Real Estate Agent -r
CARL DANN.
Cunard liner Thracia is drifting help- !
lessly in the North sea, carrying a City maps furnished upon applica "Cascade"lX Crepe"perfectly

$5,000,000 cargo. We've seen dere- tion. PHONE 172

licts carrying only a half-gallon X
cargo. Mr. D. G. Dodson, of Atlanta, Ga., ideal for Suits, Dresses, Separate

o arrived in Orlando yesterday after- Skirts, Dust Coats;etc. In a full range of A
Washington said "war is the noon on a-visit to his mother, who
all the new tones and colorings, including
the winter in Or-
plague of humanity; Bernhardi as- has been spending
serts that war is a "great civilizing lando guest of the New Lucerne Black-
influence." Those agreeing with hotel. Mr. Dodson is the presidentof
Bernhardi please holler. We don't the celebrated "liver tone" which 40 inches wide, The Regular Selling i3

hear an-thing-the Georges have it. bears his name. $2.50 yard, Our Special Price
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month and nothing else will be full
booze line. A man waddling down Our! Special

except the boarding houses and ho- The Proprietors ofTHORNTON r Price ct1.75

tels. Especially is this true in the I
the street full of tanglefoot is a i
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mighty rare sight o now. I PARK Don't fail to see this exquisite Fabric.

We know a number of full grown ,

men who possess all their physical I P
faculties in addition to a reasonably I Cordially invites you to inspect their property. They
good constitution who see only the
dark side of the shield. What's the !i promise not to trouble you with numerous interviews !

around use to you mope is bright while?all the world I or press you to buy. Just let them show you these i


It seems strange o that our mer- I! beautiful near-in lots and quote prices. Shade trees,

chants and business men who are i DICKSON YES CO.IIDEr
fruit trees sidewalks electric lights.
vitally: interested do not attend the I ,
meetings of the Board of Trade. .
Their presence would do more to inspire Inquire at 905 E. Central Avenue, on the prem-


would confidence to make it than o a success.anything else I ises or ask your dealer.TAYLOR ARTMENT STORt...


The road past a man's house is a
pretty good index to a man's citizen- ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
ship. A rough rutty road evidently I The Store of true service, of never-failing cour-
innocent of a road drag for a whole tesy, of fair dealing, of trust-worthy merchandise -
section is pretty good evidence of a II & THORNTON at right prices .

lack of public spirit. It is true we ORLANDO .. FLORIDA
pay taxes to build roads but it adds

much and helps gain the respect of
the people who use his stretch of Proprietors

roads if he added a little extra laborto

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I Open 2p.m.and6:30p.m.I, '
-Edited By Miss Eliza Wright II GRANDTODAY :v .

Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254 Admission, 5c. and lOc. J.MMMMMMMMMMMMt c J s


WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR ingly welL Miss Ruby Platt, as S i

FEB. 17th20th. I"Polly," was bewitching. Mr. Kendrick C. E. Roussey presents his beautiful

I Guernsey, as "Billie," was Chautauqua production,
i splendid. The "scream" of the even- "OBERITA"The
, W('dn day
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.3 p. m.-San Souci Club; Mrs. Ferris -ing was Pete Johnson, as "Bob," the singing nightingale, the "girl in
hostess. fresh country lad. Mrs. Leon Fort the golden frame," in her 1915 Version -
Twentieth Century Club Mrs. Hudson de Art, the most elaborate
;
took the part of the maid with the living scenic '
hostess. posture and singing ,
"Bachelor Girls;" Miss Guilda Hap- air of a professional. The duet be- I production staged Strictly Euro I' y 1 4
persett, hostess. tween Miss Miller and Mr. Voorhiswas pean. A $3,500 production, classic, ,
Unity Circle; review of Ellen Glas- especially attractive. The entire historical, picturesque and refining;
gow's "Virginia," by Rev. Eleanor The "THE SENATOR'S BROTHER"A art, nature, grace and beauty. 'o 0
Gordon. cast was good. specialties by ; UP/TO'DATE JEWELRY

8 p. .-"Mikado" rehearsal, opera lIissYashington and Mr. Lillard, the I
house. Spanish dance and the interpretativedance PRAYER MEETING TONIGHT i 11 in every form can be seen here at its best. See our wrist watches, "
R:'{O p. m.-Weekly dance, Lucerne -
beautiful. Little Feature
Baby Vitagraph Special
were ,
hotel. I bracelets, diamond rings and a hundred other adornments andyou'
Lewis was adorable in her fancy On account of the absence of Rev.I this 'in town. "u
Young Matrons Card ClubIrs.; recognize why isthe leading jewelry house
Essington, hostess. dances and recitation. complete in three great parts, J. W. Stagg from the city, Re.E.. T. ll Ask prices' and you'll find still another reason.k II
Thursday Poulson, pastor of the Baptist church, '
3 p. m.-"Here and There" Club; will lead the prayer meeting at thePresbterian
Mrs. Shaddirk, hostess. Misses Ethel and Ruth Worsham, featuring this ALLEN & CO. ?EWELERS0 .
Rosalind: Club afternoon. nieces of II r. and :Mrs.: P. L. Iyer, churcfi evening. An ,
Bridge Miss Augusta Wright, hos- invitation is extended to all Baptiststo ell
; ; who have been visiting them at their -
tess; Miss; Prudence Malone. honoree. home on the corner of Jackson and attend. 1 ,: -r---=-= c::: L .

3 p. m.-Bridge Friday party; Mrs. Lege, Palmetto, left yesterday for Coving- WILLIAM HUMPHREY AND -
hostess. ton, Ga., stopping at Jacksonville en' Get the news in The Sentinel first. i ij WE COULD EXPLAIN

Nullos Club. route to visit friends.Mr. LEAH BAIRDA ---j jI
Bridge; Mrs. W. M. Lege, hostess. I d crl to you the difference between
Saturday variuos grades of paints. But .
3 p. m.-Belgian Relief card party, and Mrs. Samuel Eastham, of 4 s
LucerneTODAY a the surest way to convince your-
Rosalind Club. .
-- West Condor, N. Y., who have been self of that difference is to try
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. '
Annie Coleman ChapterThe you E our paint the next time and note
Johnson at their home, 314 North
regular business meeting of how much smoother they are
Main street, left yesterday for St.
the Annie Coleman Chapter of the and how much longer they I II
Augustine, where they will spend se- feature that is truly deserving
U. D. C. will be held on Thursday I than others. You'll profit by
eral weeks before returning to the
afternoon, February 18th, at 3:30, in the experiment.
the home of Mrs. Robt. Howe. Mary Empire State. of the name Feature. "THE MENACING PAST"A 01 I vrttttt:
Branham, secretary. LEAD Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co .

-- BIG SALEBig "KIDNAPPING THE KID"__ Thanhouser special feature, 205 S. Orange Avenue
Beau-Not Club
complete in two Phone 261
Mrs. J. B. Lawton was hostess for A Lubin Comedy. A scream. parts. COLEMAN & RHAN
the Beau-Not Club on Tuesday after- sale of Georgia and Tennessee
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horses and mules in Orlando at
noon. Beside the club members, Mrs.
J. B. Magruder, Jr.'s, Stables, on
Abberger, Mrs. Florence Hudson, and Wednesday, February 14th, at 12:30p. GIDDY, GAY AND TICKLISHA
Mrs. T. O. Brown were geusts. Mrs. m. L. E. Bates will arrive in the VALENTINE{ [ POST CARDS
Will House won the prize for the city Friday morning, the 19th, with HEAR THAT "ORCHESTRA" Keystone Comedy. "Nuff VALENTINES[ [ AND
two car loads of fine horses and.
highest score; Mrs. Hoppins, the con- sed."
mules. The horses consist of heavy
solation. A sumptuous turkey luncheon draft horses, farm horses, matched
was served by Mrs. Lawton, as- teams, fancy drivers, saddlers, and "BUTTERFLY'S
WINGS"A
5 cents
10 cents
sisted by Miss Rita Lawton. general purpose horses. The mules suit all
and to.
consist of matched teams and single AllUdnds prices
-- mules weighing 1,000 to 1,300 pounds. Selig Drama.
Mrs. J. N. Bradshaw Hostess Several of these mules are right out books. Get t
and yours
The Tuesday Bridge dub was entertained of hard work and are a little thin tastes pocket
in flesh, but all good rugged workers. SOME SHOW
Mrs. J. N.
yesterday by I Any one wanting good stock should while the assortment is good.W.S.BRANCH .
Bradshaw. Miss Baker, of New York, I attend this sale, where you will have
and Miss Fox, with the club members, a chance to buy any kind of a horseor

made up the guest list. A very tempt- mule you want. Any one wantingto }
buy at private sale or exchangecan ,
ing salad course was served. I do so any time before the auction SPECIALBenefit First Floor: ________5c. and 10e.I .

-o- I I sale starts, Wednesday, February, White Balcony ____5c. and lOc. The Arcade Book and Music Store J
Mrs. Darrow, the charming houseguest when every remaining horse and mule Performance for the

of Mrs. Clarence Brown, returned will be sold of to what the they highest cost.bidder Don't regardless Public under auspices of I I Colored Balcony ____5c. and lOc I i

yesterday to her home, after a I forget the date. Sale positive, rainor
MODERN W. 0 FA.
visit in Orlando.
most delightful shine. 2173twkltcTOO
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:Mrs. J. A. Abberger' entertains at LATE TO CLASSIFY TheaterWEDNESDAY FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL I
cards on Thursday in compliment to
her sister, :Mrs. :Marsh. WANTED small incubator at FEBRUARY 17
once H. C. Allen. 2-17-ltc
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Cards have been received to meet WANTED-White waitress. Applythe
the charming guests of Mr. and Mrs. Osceola, corner Robinson and Regular Show will also be given.

Harold Bourne, at a brilliant recep- :Magnolia avenues. 2-17-ltc

tion to be given at the San Juan O'NEALINSURANCE
CURTIS &
FOR SALE-Leaving city; player I Admission 5c. and lOc.
hotel on the evening of February' piano and music at half price; or I I
22nd. The honorees are Mrs. William will trade for city lots or land closein.

Audley White, Mrs. Baylor Hickman,I Address Box 733. 2-17-3t

Mrs. Otto J. A. Grasse, Miss Hick- MISSIONARY AND CHRISTIAN LOANS !
GOOD job and ad. compositor wants
man, and Miss White.Delightful ALLIANCE
position; steady, reliable; no road-
- ster; best of references. AddressX.
Party Y. Z., care Sentinel. 2-17-31* Services this evening at 7:30 at the REAL ESTATE RENTALS

Mrs. Taylor, a winter guest at the'New Christian and Mission Alliance Hall.
WANTED-Respectable, middleagedwoman "Is This War in ?
Lucerne, entertained at cards at Subject, Prophecy
who desires home to act
the home of Mrs. Thompson, on South housekeeper. Light work. Address as Is This War Armageddon? Will the .

Main street, yesterday afternoon. "Housekeeper," care Sentinel. War Bring Deliverance to the Jews?"
2-17-6t-
Eight tables of guests enjoyed the
afternoon. The Valentine decora- LOST-35x41-2 automobile tire on Furnished South Main
5 Rooms
FOR QUICK SALE-Will sacrifice FOR Bungalo ,
rim. Finder will please return to
tions were carried out in all the score
country store doing thousand dollars -
J. L. Dillard, Winter Garden, Fla.,
and place cards, and hearts were used monthly business. Ill health and receive reward. 217tfcOSTEOPATHY Street.
in profusion. Many friends came in owner's reason for selling. Address
Lock Box 144, Orlando, Fla.
for five o'clock tea. A delicious salad
2-17-61 Seven Room House South Orlando.
and cream course was served. Mrs. ,

Chas. Campbell and Mrs. Mallon assisted DO YOU WANT a nice little fruit

Mrs. Taylor. : limits and, chicken at bargain farm,price just? over 6 room city DR. J. c. HOWELL Two New Five RoomHouses, South West Orlando. .
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bungalow, furnished; 120 fruit trees; Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
Play Was Successful 1,000 pineapples bearing; good land; Kirksville Graduate
"Polly, the Seminary Beauty," the a nice place at a great bargain. Cash, Consultation Free
Civic League benefit play, last even- or will sell on easy terms. Owner Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan -
goinsr north soon and must selL Call HoteL
ing, was a great success. Miss Rog- at 733 West Central avenue, Orlando. I I Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 '
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MOTOR CAR 30 x 31/2 ________$11.60 36 x 41/ _______$27.35; ....

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34 x 4 1/ ________$26.00
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I FOR for SALE-Rhode setting; fine stock Island; $1.00 Red for eggs 13. ./ i1Z11UeY', I. c1Il& aiicl Shiiig'le sORLANDO I
SENTINEL Mrs. Calder. Phone 708. 2-3-lmoc

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FOR SALE-Would you like to havea .
nice winter home in Orlando,

rTHE- -.-,- - .. ._% WANTSThe where you and could strawberries raise your, keep own chick-vegetables -

ens and have orange, grapefruit and
& L tangerine trees Not too far from
the center of town; just at the city
Morning Sentinel Want limits, on a magnificent street shaded
Directory is the Greatest Want with all oaks, on the road to the
Ad Medium in Orlando. Country Club. If so, buy this gem.
It has five large high ceilinged sun-
Terms Cash in Advance. ny rooms, and bath, newly paintedand .
papered facing two streets.
RATES Price only $2,000. Circumstances
For One Day ______________23t compel us to sell. Address "Winter
For Three Days ____________50c Home. care Sentinel office, Orlando. Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime

For Six Days ---____________75c 2-10-tf

FAIR IS OVER{ For One Month ------______$2. 0 - _____ u_ __ ________ ___ __ _
This rate applies on all ads of
25 words or less. If the ad con- FOR RENT
tains more than 25 words the rate -
Now have plenty FOR RENT-Two large rooms with
you will be one cent per word for
kitchen and bath
room, in a brandnew
each additional word, for each in-
house; close in; furnished or un-
of time to call in sertion.If
furnished. Inquire at the office of
yon can't bring your ad to % W4etKINCAIB
Florida Real Estate and InvestmentCo.
the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
and let us tell you counts opened by telephone will be 2-13-6t-., above Peoples National Bank. JPHr

payable the following day.
about SPECIALSin
our FOR RENT-Small flat, modern conveniences -
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Every Home-Every Business-
unfurnished.
Jas. A.
Real Estate. Every Man has use for a Knox. 11-3-tf
Sentinel Want Ad.

NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
FOR SALE to adults only. 409 Delaney street. anrr SNOWDBNOrlando's
CASH will bring out 10-25-tf

FOR SALE-35: h. p., five passengerauto
some great values.] in good running order. Owner WANTED
leaving city. Rare bargain at $450.
Address, 94 Lakeview avenue, city. WANTED-Salesman and solicitor Largest and Cheapest
-16-6t* with auto; also two salesmen with-
[LET [US SHOW YOU out autos. Inquire Singer Sewing
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Forty :Machine: Co., 43 East Pine street.216tf .
acres near Jacksonvile, Fla., for I sWANTEDAn FURNITURE HOUSECor.
sale or exchange; what have you? I .
Address, 94 Lakeview avenue, Orlando orange grove to cultivate -
ORlANDO BUILDING LAND CO Fla. 2-16-Ct and care for. A house on

FOR SALE-One galvanized iron and grove two required.mules and Can young furnish man wagon to as- Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
II North Orange Avenue tank, holds about 100 gallons. In- sist with work. Address W. E. I',
PHONE 608 2-lG-3t quire at 115 East Amelia avenue. Box 269. Orlando. 2-10-6t \

LOOK!-18 desirable city building ,
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL FOR SALE]-New louse; fine loca- lots, fine locations; prices very low
tion; 7 rooms, bath, extra toilet; all terms easy. Apply to W. II. Eaton
FRED. B. DALEC. modern improvements; large verandas owner, 215 South Main street, opposite (
H. BRYANT ; large lot. Also several fine, Methodist church. Phone 9J.
large lots. Owner, 114 East Concord 2-1-1-6t- I
DAVIS A GilES CounselF.
avenue, near Magnolia. 2-13-Gt-
A. PEPPERCORN Contracto YOUNG COUPLE want furnished or
FOR SALE-My flock of choice s. c. unfurnished house; good location Eventuallv You Will Use
White Leghorn hens; hatched last Can give reference. Address P. O.
--- -- April; Young's strain; laying heavilynow. Box 435.: 2-14-tfc
Right price to quick buyer.
W. K. Hale, R. 1, Orlando, Fla. 2-13 rest for
Ring 296 and we do ,
$1000Corner FOR SALE-Buick touring car, fully 10:. Warman's Parcel Delivery Ser-
V equipped; speedcmeter, Presto tank, vice. 2-5-1mo
etc. A bargain. Act quick. Call at
Ford Garage, Church street. 2-12-tf SIGNS GAS !

lot on Co- FOR SALE-Five room cottage, all
modern conveniences, completely Gold Leaf and Aluminum, on
furnished 307 Broadway avenue. Apply
Glass or Wood
lonial Drive East to Mrs. McDade, 812 Broadway
L. avenue. 1-27-lmo Cloth Signs and Big Bulletinsa

and Broadway facing -FOR SALE-A] good city residence, I specialtyI
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with all modern conveniences; part I have Morgan with me and can

Park Lake. cash 2-7-lmoc balance," care Sentinel on time.office.Address"Owner give prompt service (I FOE .


GEO. A. BARKER
FOR' SALE-Five touringcar
passenger
in A-l condition; cheap for 110 West Pine St.
cash, or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor, Cooking and HeatingBecause
; PUONf. 567 905-4-tf East Central avenue. Phone 696. Take a slant at the want ads.


4. Umbrellas recovered and repaired
FOR SALE OR RENT With
i- stock "while "
wait, at Young's Repair
and tools best farm in county; variety Shop, 21 you E. Pine St. the convenient
k. fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- 2-4-lyrc it is most most
to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock
Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- SEE THE HEALTH EXHIBIT at
"DIXIE LIMITED"Between er. 1-16-tfc the Fair and then have your house cleanly and most efficient fuel known.
properly screened by Tracy & Moore, ,
FOR SALE Story & Clark upright experts on screen work. 18 E.Church i
i' grand piano won by Miss Myrtle street. 2-ll-6t Why not begin today as a Gas User?
Weeks in the recent contest will be
sold for benefit of Baptist church BUYERS AND SELLERSI
a J cksonville Chicago and St. Louis building fund. Piano may be seen You will save time labor and expense.
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. ,
Reestablished January 6, 1915 buy, sell rent, and exchange real
Weeks, 10 Washington street. estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., .
Northbound Daily Southbound 1-13-tfc over 30 years. Have handled over 1 1r'
$20,000,000. Call and see m.!.
' 9:35 am Lv. Jacksonv'e Ar. 7:30 pm FOR SALE 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
f 5:08pm Ar. Macon Lv.11:45 am Terms to Suit Purchaser
f 8:03pm Ar. Atlanta Lv. 8:35 am Good citrus and truck land, cleared, TRACY & MOORE, CARPENTERS
12:18amAr. Chattan'ga Lv. 4:37 am in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots, on
House repairs of all kinds done
4.50 am Ar. Nashville Lv.12.10 am brick road to be built this year, two
promptly repairing of leaky roofs WATER & LIGHT CO
; ; ORLANDO
9:28 am Ar. Evansville Lv. 7:30pm) miles from Orlando. Phone 1024, 4 screen doors and windows a specialty
white H. G. Jackson, R. F. D. ;
635pmAr. Chicago Lv.11:30 am rings or sleeping porches, counters, shelving,
No.2 for
2:59 pm Ar. sC Louis Lv.215pm 2-14-lmo, Orlando, appointment. garages, office fixtures; window and
door frames made to order. Get our
Solid Train CompartmentObservation FOR SALE I prices. 18 East Church street. A GAS DEPARTMENT
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Standard Pullman and postal will bring us. l11lmoOSTEOPATH
cars cars 75 acres suitable for citrus culture
coaches between Jacksonville and
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and truck farming, bordering on a
Chicago. Standard Pullman sleepers pretty lake and has one-half mile
Jacksonville to St. Louis.DINING .
frontage on the Orlando to Sanford
brick road, this frontage being adapted -
CARS for nice home sites; could be sub- DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER
divided into 40 building plots 60x200

citrus feet each fruits, leaving and truck about farming 60 acres five for Church Office corner St. Davis Orange& McNeil Avenue Bid and?., '
Atlantic Coast Line ; Pioneer Paint &Wall Store
minutes walk to railroad station, Phone 419.Warman. Findley's Paper
stores, hotel, school and churches. F ForSale
Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. r
When you consider location and good will deliver that parcel or
transportation facilities with other note for ten cents; just call 296. Has always on hand a large and well selected

G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., advantages is $7,500. It the is owned property's by a real non-resi-value 2-5-lmo stock of Wall Papers. High Grade Varnishes, Paints,

Tampa, Florida. dent who needs money. He author- Brushes, Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies.
izes me to sell it fr $3,000. Who-
ever buys this property gets a bargain. Have You Noticed
For further particulars, call on CONTRACTORS FOR PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING

E. C. Young, room 10, McNeill & "1- .::J- .orange grove; has beenet ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU.
Davis building corner Church street What is HappeningEast
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; : ; select budded trees,
-<" and Orange avenue. Orlando. : out a year;

114 '. 1-31-tfc of Orlando orange and grapefruit; there are FINDLEY'S PIONEERPHONE

FOR SALE-On account of in the located on
poor 111-2 acres grove;
health the undersigned hereby offers 67 Corner Pine and CourtMMMiltlMMiaill
DR. U H. RAMSDELu for sale at a bargain, his desirable Directly Out Lake Jem :Mary between Lake Con-

OPTOMETRIST property located at the corner of and Lake Jennie Jewel, 3-4 of a
West street and Ridgewood avenue. way
Central Avenue?
(8 ec: Mor t 8 Dr. C. P. Utb.i
This is central in
property first
a mile from Pine Castle road soon to
ORLANDO FLORIDA class neighborhood, and convenientto . IMIMMMIIMIUMMI
f WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES school, business, lake and park. be bricked; new up to date seven room

r AND DO ALL KINDS OF Owner will sell all, or part, rash or We offer for sale Seminole large barn and other
terms. Property consists of nice new house; good
Ot-nCAL REPAIRINGEstablished bungalow fronting on Ridgewood Park Lots, located just at the buildings. This proposition is for I Have Your Sewer Connection?
I avenue, has six rooms and large City limits, on easy terms.
t ceiled basement with flue, suitable for quick sale on easy terms. Inquire of
1870 kitchen or laundry; lot 47x85 feet;

t R. E. COCHRAN CO., Inc. house unfurnished. Price $2,100. J. B. Magruder, Jr., office in Arcade; R.u.n In.
Also, nearly new, two-story six- Also 2Vs miles from the City
t 132 Park Place, New York room cottage, fronting on West street, o: see the owner. *
limits Lake Underhill I 5
Wholesale Dealers and Commission with shed and greenery; lot 46x117 near '
Merchants in Florida Orangesand feet; house partly furnished. Price acre tracts. Standing round Price, under brick or where cut exceeds 6 feet, !

Grapefruit $1,950. I timber, good soil, surrounded by G. M. BISSELL, ! 20 cents per foot; cut less than 6 feet, 15 cents per I !

Represented by lot Also, 70x85 a beautiful feet, fronting connecting on corner two I groves, and on easy terms. ! foot. Card to P. O. Box No. 16 will bring our man I Ii

Geo. W. Tull, Orlando, Fla. streets, and graded for basement I at grove 1-28-lm i I to see you.
building. Price $1.000. For cash and
Liberal advances made on con- I
a quick sale owner would dispose of I I
signments.R. all of the above to one party for ORlANDO REAL ESTATE CO. F, :i: Sar srey & Co.
E. Cochran, President.T. 1300. E. N. COY. 2-2-lmoc I' ;

L Turney, Treasurer. III I II nil.:
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WASH GOODS DEPARTMENT Style Show of Millinery

If you have a Wash Goods need, now is the time to fill it.

We are splendidly equipped to supply your every wash goods Unrivalled in Florida and in the South. Here is a wonderland -
need, with new spring :goods. Broad assortments and excep- of beautiful :Millinery: ; hundreds of new and becoming QIpII
tionally low pricing. Hats, full of individuality and distinctiveness. Distinctiveand
wonderful in their beauty and for their faithful interpre-
WHITE COTTON VOILE, a sheer fine quality, 40 in- tation of the Parisian models. These beauties are the creation -
__ches wide, specially priced at _______________________25c of well-known eastern Milliners, and embody value, variety -
and correctness of style not obtainable elsewhere
beauty
SILK ORGANDIES, fine and sheer, beautiful
very at so low a cost. Double the Big Store's price would, we feel,
Dolly Varden patterns, 40 inches wide GOc
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be a fair average comparison. Flowers of all kinds from tiny
TISSUE FILLET, a beautiful lace stripe fabric, very boquets to wreath effects, are extensively used for trimmings,
sheer floral designs, dainty colorings, 36 inches wide50c and lend a youthful charm. Black and all the new shades are I
AVILON LENO a dainty printed fabric, very fine and here.,
sheer, beautiful designs 36 inches wide ____________40c
BELMAR VOILES,handsome conventional designs,the 101
kind our grandmothers use to wear, 36 inches wide___33c: BOYS' DEPARTMENT
PRINTED VOILES, dainty colorings, in floral and Jac-
quard patterns, 36 inches wide ___________________30c OUR BOYS CLOTHING STORE can truly be called the 0
CREPE PLISSE, in small neat designs, floral, stripes. .. .. :Mother's Friend. Here she may buy her boy? a suit with a
'0 and figures, light and dark colors, 32 inches wide ____23c; sure guarantee of stylishness and serviceability, and at the
same time practice economy. The new Spring Suits are natty
CREPES, beautiful line in large floral? and small neat and desirable, and very low priced.
patterns, dainty colorings, 32 inches wide __________19c
Qi We have the Famous line of SPRAGUE MADE WASH
HINDOO CLOTH,the most beautiful silk finish, trans- SUITS AND ROMPERS. You may select from these late
parent fabric we have ever shown, plain white, 45 models, Oliver Twist, Midy, Balkan and Tommy Tucker, in all
inches wide ___________________________________$1.00 the best and newest varieties of materials. 0
PIQUE in plain white, very popular this season, large
and small welts, and a splendid quality at ___________25c
Qi PERSIAN LAWN, a beautiful wash fabric, full15 in-.. OUR BEAUTIFUL GARMENT SOLONS
., ches wide, plain white ______ ____ ____ __________25c
: : : ARE NOW IN THEIR SPRING ARRAY
DOTTED SWISS, small neat dots, in plain white, very
E1 transparent, 30 inches wide______________________._35c revealing all the forerunners of what "IS to BE" in Suits and
JAPANESE CHINTZ CREPE, handsome sheer Dresses.
_w a material The stunning new effects, suits with their smart short
in white, with small neat embroidered de-
signs, 36 inches wide $1.25 waists and widely flared skirts, in Gabardines, Poplins, Serges
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and Mixtures.
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PRUTEDIULLS, dainty designs and colorings, light The dresses are perfect little dreams of beauty, as fresh
and dark colors, 29 inches wide _________________12', c and charming as spring itself, featuring the popular shades .
of Sand, Putty, Belgium Blue and other new shades. 0
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Just arrived, our Spring and Summer Lines of Straw and ",- >
Panama Hats, in all the newest styles and braids, also our 0
Spring line of Neckkwear, one of the nobbiest lines ever displayed n'llx HosieryOnyx
in the city at 50c. Look over our Men's Department. J
It is complete both for young men, and men that stay young.
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Q OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT Hose. We are showinga
complete line in" black,

Just received a full line of Spring Footwear. Everything tans, white and fancy,

o that's good White Canvas, Buck, Patent and Kid Pumps and the best pure thread,
Slippers, in the new strap effects. silk made at $1.00, $1.50

'Come in and inspect our stock. We have the style you. and $2.00. -L I
want, in the size you need. Our prices are right.
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:Motor: tourists in Orlando yesterday J-I VIli
from Daytona included Mrs. Ruth
, IftlMTO Krammer, T. F. and L. P. Williams,
f and :Misses: Dora and Norma Wil-
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ff liams. While in the city they were
f guests at the San Juan.
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Mrs. J. W. Brown, of Boston,:Mass.: ,
t >% nd Mrs. J. II. Hickey, of Sackville,
N. B., arrived in Orlando yesterday
fetrnoon on a visit to their brother,
} THEMODERN Capt. J. W. Wilmott, the genial proprietor -
t of the Tremont hotel.

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secretry of the board of church extension -

A CHECK BOOK IS A NECESSITY! Church, of South the, with:Methodist: headquarters Episcopal in

Louisville, Ky., spent yesterday in
11 Orlando. ,
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Mrs. J. M. Cheney has returned to
her home in Orlando, after enjoyinga \ You are invited to examine the exhibition -

stay of some length in Jacksonville,
AVOID RISK the guest of Miss Annie Locke, at : of $2aOOO.oO in ancient and .

her home on West Ashley street.-
modern coins and currency dated from
DONT carry a fat pocket-book about with : Times-Union.
you for the sake of paying for purchases in 550 )}. C. to 1915 and including the :$]0-
Mrs. R. M. Clarke arrived in Orlando -
cash. ,, r_ yesterday afternoon on the 000.00 Lull, v/lricli arc displayed in ourdirector's
Tampa Special from Vineyard Haven,
Think of SAFETY FIRST.
Mass., and will spend the remainderof room back of our vaults,
Pay by Check with our bank checks, be the season at her home, "The

safe, have a receipt. Moorings," No. 9 East Ligingstonavenue. :

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You can open your check account here with :. -,
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the State Bank any business day. Among the transients registeringat '

the San Juan yesterday were W. J. .- '; ',.
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Murphy, Columbus, Ohio; C. F.Snead .-,- "- . .
THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO Enterprise; O. C. Etheridge, Norfolk, '.- ,. - --. -'..- -'- -' ;.:
Va.; Lewis V. Lewis, Chicago; R. R. .- . -
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:McKinne, Evanston 111.; F. W. Pat- : ss?\i;:-.: j> ; : ; :, ,<.
terson, Cleveland; G. II. and R. II.
Smith, New York city. s\\
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for Tampa and will be absent -
'01< ,, r IflL, r. I from Orlando for the next week. .- .0'D:
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Prominent ladies from New York I
LOCAL AND PERSONALMrs. in that city for kidney of the stom-
now stopping at the San Juan include I ,
Mrs. J. G. Love and Mrs. R. N. ach, and the doctor will remain with -: '-- -- :- -:-. -:-- :-- '--,: .:-,:., -, -_.;.-- -. ," .- -- .>:,::>::-:; .-": -.-- .
W. E. Martin left yesterday Youngblood. the patient until after. all complica- ... ... -- .
afternoon for St. Petersburg, where tions have passed.

she will visit friends. Among the Tennesseans registered
at the San Juan hotel are Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Kimmell, who -
3 Mr. G. Huppel, one of Kissimmee's Mrs. M. Christenson, and E. K. and arrived here the first of the year
largest and successful buyers and A. M. Christenson, of Memphis. from Chattanooga, Tenn., left yester-
shippers of citrus fruit, spent yes- day for St. Augustine after a thor-
terday in Orlando. oughly enjoyable visit to Orlando. CANDIES
They were well pleased with every-
Owing to illness in the family of Two Handsome thing in this section and will return '
the hostess, the regular meeting of early next season with several othersin
the Twentieth Century Club is post- Lake Front the Volunteer State who have been
and Snaws .
poned until next week. contemplating spending a winter in Page
Florida.
Grove and Home
Orlando made a fine showing in
Tampa yesterday. Many of the best?
citizens of the "Phenomenal City" I PropertiesOne
Box of
joined in the festivities of the "Queen I Try a ,

City." I

Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Evans, of I
Knoxville, Tenn., arrived in Orlando of them is the pret- .
yesterday afternoon: to spend the re- II) tiest lake front location in Boston's Finest CandyIF'riend.s'

mainder of the winter. They are located I the State of Florida, with

on North Main street. large acreage and a most

I modern dwelling.The .
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Bejers, of
Paul, Minn., after enjoying a St.1 other has a fine The
I
in this section of Florida, left yester- grove, with modern improvements -
day to spend several weeks in St. and worthy of I

Petersburg. any further improvements SAN I Jw
desired. I McElroy's Pharmacy
Mme Stuart-Richings was among
the notable persons who departed this These are high priced

morning. She goes from here to properties, but they are JUANIn
Tampa, and later to Winter Park and
both big bargains. -
DeLand, where she will close the sea-

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and Mrs. II. C. Dozier and their
cousin, Mrs. Woodward, of Valdosta, S. G. Dative & SonREAL the room south of !
Ga., returned yesterday from an over-
night visit to Orlando. They were the lobby we have opened a opinions :
accompanied home in their car by Dr. ESTATENo.
and Mrs. Silvan McElroy and youngson. Cigar and News Stand,

Dr. McElroy returned to Orlando 3 WEST PINE STREET
that is as complete
last night, leaving his wife and as --5---; i

son for a visit to her parents, :Mr: and Second Floor anything of the kind in the :})f. --.f. .- I
Mrs. John Dozier.-Ocala Star. . >
state. Convincing proof of efficiency in our s ; il

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stock all the time at all recommendation of present patrons. > _
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hours.In I .
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Painted China, Crumb Trays and many i Public Stenographer, are establishing relations with this Bank J' f

other useful and beautiful articles typi- \ Manicure and Hair Dressing I because we have so satisfactorily served f ? ,,

cal of Florida and Orlando that will provea Booth, Long Distance
1 their friends. ,
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source of great delight to your friends
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"back North." We also i ; i -
carry a completeline Step in and look the new A consultation with one of our officers f f

of up-to-date Jewelry. Our Repair i Ii room over, it is for the gen-
will convince you of the superior service
Department is in charge of most compe- I crab public.

tent workmen. \\e offer.





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