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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 18, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00487
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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THE MORNING SENTINEL







VOLUME THREE "ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1915. NUMBER 6.


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. BRITISH REPLY TO U. S. PROTEST MADE ;







SHORTAGE OF SUPPLIES IN ENGLAND




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BISHOP AND MRS. MANN LOSE 'HUGE FORCE TOLTTLE DISEASE P PARALYZES MEXICO SIR ENGLAND EDWARD INTERFERED HAS GREY NOT SAYS








$$1,000 IN $$20,000. ROBBERY :;I CRUSH SER VIA :I CITY,: SILL1MNTOYERA CRUZ 8 OF Says 733 SHIPS England-IN PRIZE Is Suffering COURTGrey



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AT PAlM BEACH SUNDAY Orlando Life In BRYAN DECREE OBEYS-SILLIMAN CARRANZA TO crease Shipping Aim

AUSTRIANS AND GERMANS I VERA CRUZ of Great Britain

HAVE 450,000 MEN Paragraph
Washington, Feb. 17.-The British

MRS. MANN LOSES A DIAMOND GERMANS DRIVEN BACK READYGERMANYIS I APPLY FOR SIDEWALKSAs SANITARY CONDITIONS HHIL; government's reply to the American

RING VALUEDAT an evidence of the push and en- protest against British interference

$500 NOTE IS AWAITED terprising spirit of Orlando residents [with American commerce was made

STEADILY SAYS PARISDISPATCH I twenty petitioners attached their Mexico City Torn by Crippled I public tonight simultaneously at

names to a communication and pre- Water and Sewerage
ALSOMANYPKSHEIRLOOMSRobbery Washington Eager to Receive sented it to the council this week, Systems Washington and London, the British

Note From Germany I praying for new sidewalks on Hill- :Many People I reply being written by Sir Edward
and dated
Grey February 10.
crest avenue and Broadway. The. petition Suffering I
One of the Most Baffling Other News From was laid over to the next meet- i I; Grey says, in his reply, that the
A CONTINUOUS SERIES OF British government has not interferedin
That Sheriff of Palm War Front ing for further information and con- Washington, Feb. 17.-Carrying out
VICTORIES CLAIMED sideration. any way whatsoever with any ships
his intention which he declared
Beach County Has Ever BY FRENCH yesterday that sailed from the United States to
Paris, Feb. 17.-According to a -()- |
to obey the Carranza decree
any countries except Holland Den-
Dealt With Balkan news agency, the Austriansand CONCEALED WEAPONW.
''which demands that foreign "special mark, Norway, Sweden, and Italy.It .
Berlin Admits Penetration of Germans have prepared a huge II. Mixon pleaded guilty before

Bishop and Mrs. Cameron Mann, of German Lines in the Cham- force to crush the original Austrian I Judge Warlow yesterday for carryinga I i lepresentatives" shall deal with thechief" is only "through: these countries

Orlando, while visit at the home adjacent to the theatre of war that
on a
"first
enemy, Servia.It a weapon and was fined $25. personally Secretary
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Vail of pagne District by the enemy introduces supplies whichhe
,
is stated this force consists of I -0TO Bryan today sent Silliman from Mexico -
Geneva, N. Y., spending the winterat Allies 450,000 men and comprises nine army FACE CHARGES requires for the carrying on of
City to take his station at the "
war and of all ships cleared from
Palm Beach lost about in
$1,000
corps, three of which are Germans. Before Judge Martin this morning
the London, Feb. .-The Champagne Vera Cruz capitaL the United States for those countries,
when
jewelry Sunday evening
John Wright and Willie Williams,
Vail residence on Root Trail was raid- district for twenty-four hours has Germany's Reply I two negroes, will appear in court, I Secretary Bryan will also direct since the beginning of the war, only
been the scene of bloody fighting, eight out of 733 have been placed in
ed by yeggmen who secured $20,000in Berlin, via London Feb. 17.-Ger- charged with shooting with intent to that Duvall West, the latest United
sometimes hand to hand, and the Ger- the prize court.
jewelry. The residence was en- many's reply to the American protest kill John H. Holliday. A week ago States,special representative to Mexico -
man forces, according to Paris, have Grey says, "and only 45 temporarily. -
tered while the at din-
family was against the proposed regulations fora I jllolliday, who is foreman of the Over- will recognize Carranza as the .
been steadily driven back.A detained to enable particular con-
ner and the missing jewels were not naval war zone around the British street log camp, ordered the two negroes -
discovered until continuous series of victories is I diplomatic head of that country. signments of cargo to be dischargedfor
Monday noon.
Isles has been handed to Ambassador off the premises. They drew
Bishop Mann, who is in Orlando claimed in the French official state<<; West is now making observationsin the purpose of prize court pro-
Gerard and probably will be forwarded guns and fired at Holliday. Sheriff
ment and partly admitted by Berlin.To northern Mexico. ceedings."
stated last night that he did not suf- to Washington today. Gordon arrested both men. The case
fer in the robbery although Mrs. the northwest of Perthes, the is being watched with interest. Reports to the department today Grey quotes figures which he claims

Mann lost a diamond ring valued at French attacked the Germans in a series Claim Purpose Revealed - indicate that a frightful state of affairs will show the increase of American

of charges, and it is reported exists Mexico City, as disease exports in November and Decemberover
$500, and equally as much in jewelry, Rome, Tuesday, Feb. 16.-The Gior- "THREE MONTHS"Joe :
have driven them back 800 meters. is spreading because of paralysis to 1913.
heirlooms and precious trinkets thatno
nale de Italia today says: Williams, a negro, was sen- II II
money could replace.A Berlin admits the penetration of the water and sewerage systems. While again denying England is interfering -
"The German note to the United tenced yesterday by Judge Warlow to
dispatch from Palm Beach con- I the German lines in Champagne but Arredondo, Carranza's agent here, with the commerce of the
I States (regarding the war zone) does j three months on the road for carrying -
tains the following account of the declares that fighting is still in prog- I left tonight for Vera Cruz to confer United States with neutral countries
not deny the rights of the neutrals,1 a razor.DRAINAGE.
robbery: with Carranza. Grey says that the British exports as
ress.The of which the great American republic I -o-
the I well those of her allies have fallen
The sheriff's office of Palm Beach Argonnes region was scene -- as
has become the champion nor does it ORDERED
of much fighting today. Half a dozen SAILING VESSELS ALSO MAKING I off several million dollars.
is facing of the most
county one
mys- renounce the threatened reprisals. At the council meeting this week a
terious and baffling robberies that terrific attacks by the Germans west USE OF" PANAMA: CANAL Grey also says that a substantialpart
motion was made by Councilman
has been reported to them in of Bourelles were repulsed with severe 'I of this increase of American
many Buenos Ayres, Argentine, Feb. 17. Johnson that the city join the county
years. The winter home of Mr. and losses to the Germans. Berlin Washington.-Panama canal au- trade with neutral countries was in
-It is reported from creditable I I in putting down a drainage well at
denies French victory in Argonnes, thorities have been fact "intended for countries
agreeably
Mrs. Charles D. Vail, of Geneva, N. sur- enemy ,
sources that the German steamer Lake Lancaster the expense to be divided -
Y., on Root Trail, was entered Sun- declaring they have driven the French head- i I the and prised at the disposition of maritime going through neutral ports by routes
between
tlolger was sighted yesterday equally city
day evening while the family were at back steadily. ing for Buenos Ayres, and having on the county. interests to use the canal for sailing through which commerce had previ-

dinner and diamonds and jewelry to board the crews of several English - vessels. It has been assumed it would ously been unaccustomed as to ship-

the value of about $20,000 were taken. PLANS COMPLETED FOR RAILROAD derive no revenue from that source. ping facilities.
the bottom ORDEREDThe
steamers sent to by some LIENS
,_ The mysterious part of the robberyis TO BE BUILT FROM Getman warship, probably off the city council has ordered liens I Four sailing vessels already have Grey again says that Great Britain

that not an article of clothing was BEACH TO 'GLADES passed through and have demonstrated is suffering from a shortage herselfat
coast of Brazil. :to be filed on Saturday, February 20
disturbed in any of the rooms of the Time + it can be used economically by that the present time and says only
Active Some
I for all unpaid paving assessments on
house and the the class of ships, authorities seven neutral vessels are awaiting
person committing the say.
Plans for an early beginning on The Holger for some time has been (Lucerne Circle and East Central avenue -
crime evidently knew just where to It has been reckoned that using the adjusting in the prize courts of Eng-
proposed Palm Beach and Everglades identified with German activities in I if the deed propositions are not
canal vessel make the land and three in the British domin-
sailing
the It is also a may
to get jewels. am.stery
go railroad have been completed, and it the south Atlantic. She left Pernam- I completed before that date.
trip from New York to San Franciscoin ions, and every effort is being madeto
how they got into the home
is said, the stock of the company, of buco secretly early in January Pre
withoct some member of the familyor 'I. sixty days, while it would require expedite the release of ships on
which Charles II. Baker, a New Yrok sumably with supplies for German MEETING TOMORROWThe

servant detecting their presence. banker, is the head, has been sold warships. The Brazilian government New York and New Jersey As- 140 days by way of Cape Horn. bail.

Every possible clue has been fol- and all the bonds placed in connec- punished the port officials, whose I sociation will hold a meeting at the Grey says that the enemy's ships
SEVERE PUNISHMENT: FOR HUB- which have been condemned in
lowed with the greatest care but prize
up tion with the financing of the enter- negligence made this breach of neu- ,Tourist Headquarters on Friday evening -
the sheriff and his deputies are no BYS WHO DO NOT SUPPORT courts are being sold as rapidly as
A cordial invitation
prise. trality possible. at 7:30 o'clock. -
nearer the solution today than they Orders have been placed for construction I is extended to all. WIVES possible in order that they may be

were yesterday. A list of the miss- material and all rolling FIND BROKEN CONTACT: I15 -o- available for use, and England is do-

ing articles has been circulated broad- stock has been purchased, it is said. MILES OF ELECTRIC SELF EVIDENTII. Indianapolis, Ind., Feb. 17.-Indiana ing all in her power to increase the

to the and husbands who do not their volume of shipping available.
cast police departments The proposed road will extend from WIRES C. Allen advertised for an incubator support
the sheriff's offices of the cities with- wives and children would be liable to Grey argues the complaint of the
West Palm Beach to Lake Hecpachee in the classified columns ofWednesday's
in a wide radius of Palm Beach in the a maximum fine of $500 or a sixty- American government is "founded on
and will be routed along the south When the street lights went out j Sentinel, and within a

hopes that some clue may be obtainedin shore of Lake Okeechobee. It is said last night Manager Donald Cheney of few hours after the paper was in the day jail sentence under a bill passed misconception," and proceeds to argue

that way.Besides Palm Beach citizens have already I unanimously by the state senate. that the right of belligerent nationsto
that the electric department of the Orlando -!hands of the public he got what he
the Vails their guests were Wages: earned by guilty husbands on capture contraband goods on the
subscribed sufficient
to
moral?
a sum Water and Light company dispatched was after. Can you find the
also heavy losers in the robbery. construct terminals for the road. his entire working force to -oOTEY public work during their imprisonment way to the enemy was ancient, but

Bishop and Mrs. Cameron Mann of find the trouble which existed some- IS ILL would be given to their neglected that the means of exercising such

O"-lando, and their daughter, Mrs. wives and children. right necessarily changed with the
FORTIFICATIONS BILL ALMOST where in 45 miles of a maze of twist- Mr. J. C. Otey, the popular salesman -

William Fisher of New York city READY TO REPORTTO ing wires. At 11:14 o'clock last night of the Orlando Auto and Supply advent of steam power, which ren-
the Vail home the ANNOUNCE PURCHASE OF POST- ders it "as for to
who were guests at easy a belligerent
the fair the Florida Sanita-
HOUSE the trouble was located at company, is ill at
of last week had all of 'I OFFICE SITE IN CITY supply himself through in neu-
latter part i ports
grounds and the broken contact was rium, threatened with appendicitis.I
their jewelry taken and the bishop Orlando OF LAKELAND I tral contiguous countries as through
Washington, Feb. 17.-The fortifi- repaired and was again -
lost about $50 in Though the I his own."
money. bill wreathed in radiant artificial light.EPIDEMIC .
cations appropriation carrying FOURTEEN BELOW ZERO
exact amount is not known, it is be- I Washington, Feb. 17.-The treas-
approximately So.000.000.; virtually Mr. W. A. Whitcomb, of Bloomington I
lieved the losses of the bishop, his toW FEVER IS I ury department announces he pur- Steamship Line Suspends
TYPHUS
I was ready be reported to the house OF Ill., arrived in Orlando last night
wife and daughter: will amount to several chase of a site for the postoffice at London, Feb. 17.-The ExchangeTelegraph's
today. The measure is the last, but RAGING IN REGIONS I and will go over to Geneva this morn-
thousand dollars. Lakeland, Fla. The site is at the Amsterdam correspondent ,
one, of the fifteen annual supply billsto NEAR SOFIA ing where he has large property in- '
northeast of Tennessee the Batavia and Zeeland
Mrs. Charles J. Farrin Jr., of New corner ave- says
come before the house. Only the When Mr. Whitcomb left
terests.
York Mrs. Vail's sister, who is I nue and Lemon street and is 122x140 shipping lines, as well as all servO e
general deficiency bill now remainsin Paris, Feb. 17.-A Sofia dispatch to his home in Illinois the thermometer
spending the winter with them, was I feet in dimensions. The price paidis between Folkestone and Flushing,
Balkan an epidemicof I
committee. the agency says: thirteen below
also a heavy loser. It could not be typhus fever is ravaging hte regions was zero. I $7,500.' The site was bought of will be suspended for a few days

learned today which of the missing FROM INDIANAPOLIS about Sofia, Plevna and Philip- -o-- N. A. Riggins. after Thursday, February 18, the effective -

articles reported to the sheriff' were also ig prevalent. WAS PRESBI.P.STOR 1! date of Germany's proclamation -

taken from Mrs. Farrin's room in the popolis. Dysentery first broke out Ser- j Rev. W. Coleman Groves arrived place yesterday. The deceased wasa of a war zone about the British

Vail home, but it is known that her Dr. Mary A. Spink and a party of Typhus among yesterday from Memphis, Tenn., on a beloved Christian lady and was in Isles.
vian soldiers of Bulgarian nationality
thousand dol- friends arrived in Orlando yesterdayafternoon :visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. her eightieth
losses will exceed five year.
Austria and Sofia.
sent to
captured by I
from Indianapolis, Ind., and their home
i John A. Groves at on -()- SARAH BERNHARDT CONTINUESTO :

lars.The sheriff stated after a thorough will spend the remainder of the sea- !I South DeLaney street. Rev. Groves EMPIE RETURNSMr. KEEP UP CHEERFUL

investigation of the premises that in I son at Kooter Kove Kottage, on Rock DEATH OF TAFT RESIDENTTaft : 1 was formerly pastor of the Presbyterian M. G. Empie, one of the cour- COURAGE

his opinion the robbery was commit- lake. Feb. 17.-Jacob Flummerfelt, church in Orlando and has a host teous operators of the Western Union

ted by some person familiar with the an old and respected resident of Taft, i jof friends who are delighted to see Telegraph company's local office has Bordeaux, via Paris, Feb. 17.-Sarah -

house, the location of the jewels, and THE WEATHER died very suddenly at his residence ,him. returned from Jacksonville, where in Bernhardt, in a hospital here

with the movements of the family here last night at about 7 o'clock. -0I the Windsor hotel, he attended a ban- awaiting amputation of her leg be-

It is thought that some servant or Florida: Fair Thursday and prob- Heart failure is supposed to have I LEFT ON SAD MISSIONMrs. quet tendered to Western Union managers cause of an injury to the knee, con-

the friend of some servant may have I ably Friday. caused death. He has no. known relatives Smith Hardin left last night t and at which President New- tinues to maintain her strength and

been responsible. There was no evidence -, ----- in this vicinity., i.on the midnight train over the Atlantic -I I comb Carlton and other prominent officials I I cheerful courage. In answer to one

of any search having been { Diamond chain and pendant, 5,000; Coast Line for Tunkhannock, Pa., I of the company were present. of hundreds of inquiries she tele-

made for the jewels or money. I three stone diamond ring, $2,500; anda Come to us for Books, Stationery, in response to a message announcingthe It was a very enjoyable occasion, and I I I graphed that her leg would be am-

Some of the jewels and their ,value three stone diamond and sapphire! Music, School and Office Supplies, death of her mother, Mrs. S. M. Mr. Empie came back filled with new !1'putated next Monday, and after that

lost by Mr. and Mrs. Vail, were: ring, $2,500. Curtis & O'Neal, Orange Avenue. Remington, which occurred in that l ideas and other good things. j I I she should be quite happy.





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HOTELS WORTH SEEING I IK. GUANXIS BURIED 1\ MACOX .1111111.1111. . . . . . I. . . . I III. . .L. . .
: SATURDAY

';- --- Because of the interest taken in Funeral services for Dr. II"1.. I 1 Seeds Seeds Seeds ; j

this exhibit Mr. Dow wired to Mr. Grannis, whose body arrived here

THE KEYSTONE HOTELCorner Chapman, of Philadelphia, who fur- from St. Augustine, Fla., where he :

West and Church Streets nished the collection of coin, and received died Wednesday, were held today at I
NEW
Splendid *service Excellent rooms. Hot and cold water. One of the best permission to retain the col- noon from Burghard's chapel, Rev. STORE
cooks in the state. Rates .W per week and up. Special rates to parties lection a few days longer. It is arranged Loy Warlick, of Centenary Methodist
wishing table board in the directors' room at the church, officiated. Interment followedin NEW SEEDS

W. G. DUNCAN Prop bank, where visitors may inspect it Rose Hill cemetrey.Dr. .

the rest of this week. Grannis was 75 years old and

VISIT "COLLIER GROVE"-ON LAKE APOPKAFOR As you entered hung two beauti- for a number of years made his homein Sweet Corn, Field Corn, Peas, Beans, Etc. We

THE BEST FISHING ful pictures of the Independence Hall Macon. lie had friends among the guarantee our seeds to be fresh.
and the first U. S. mint at Phila- older citizens of :Macon many; of
On main country road, four miles east of Clermont and three miles west of
delphia. Inside, in glass covered, velvet whom attended the funeral this morn- Don't be disappointed, come to us for Drugs
miles west of Orlando at Bear's
Ookland; 16 Gap Station, T. & G. R. R.
lined cases, erected for that pur- ing. The active pallbearers were:
Parking place for Autos. Fine Pier and Pavilion and Picnic Grounds. Tripsto and Garden Seed.City .
pose are displayed a fine collectionof :Messrs. H. Whitehead, Geo. R. Tur-
wonderful "Boiling Springs." Steel Motor and Row Boats, well
equipped,
coins and paper money of the pin, Jack Deitz, A. B. Subers, J. II. B.
for hire. Agents for Ferro Motors and Mullin's Steel Boats.
United States from its beginningdown Wilder, and E. L Brown.-Macon.1
Oakland Office with T. Connell, Grocer. Telephone at residence, "Collier
to date, and ancient coins dating Telegraph. !i
Grove," call Monte Verde. Pavilion on pier. Can be engaged for dancing back 550 years before Christ.In The remains were accompanied to i Drug* Store"A

purposes."- the first cases on the left hand :Macon by his wife. The deceased was ;,
side are found the Oak Tree and Pine the son of the late Judge E. C. Gran- ',
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Tree shillings of the old New Eng- nis, one of the pioneer citizens of ; GOOD DRUG STORE."

TOURISTS ATTENTION! land colonies, the first paper money :Macon. I j
printed in America-a 20 shilling II J. L. DEAN: Fll.G.
We Serve the Finest\Meals\ hi Orlando note dated 1690, and being one of the I ,

Prepared by our New York Cook seven thousand pounds issued to pay Dr. S. S. Jones' 1IIIe"II'II'IIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIII'

the expense of Sir Edward Phipps'

108 Rooms Bath, Steam Heat. $1.00 unfortunate expedition into Canada. CHIROPRACTOR I

The half thaler of Frederick II., graduate Davenport College, 17 and
struck in 1776 to pay Hessian troops 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone WRIGHT SEED CO.We
Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water fighting against the Americans in the 209. Intelligent people everywhereare I .
being restored to health by chiro-
revolutionary war. practic adjustments the new science I the Largest Stock of Seed in
EMPIRE HOTEL A parchment penny, printed in of removing the cause of disease. Ex- carry

1722; currency printed by Benjamin amination free. 12-24-lmo Orange Lounty. Agents for the elebra-
I
54 Rooms Franklin odd of the colo-
Light Housekeeping ; currency
ted National Guano Fertilizers
nies including the one-sixth of a dol-
I
lar, two-thirds of a dollar, and one
ROSSMORE INNWindermere -For Fine 2O6 So. Orange Ave.
and one-third dollars; a $7 bill; 6 1-4

cents to the $1.50 bill; a set of Flor- 1 WATCH, CLOCK and I

ida notes including the only known JEWELRY REPAIRING

This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric specimen of the Florida $500 bill,

lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with which is valued at $1,000; bullet and : call on C. VATER whois PHONE 646 i[ Dr. F. Thompson

Lath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish- porcelain money from Siam; the an expert at this trade AUTO FOR HIRE I
ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. smallest piece of gold ever coined into DENTIST
FIRST CLASS UEP AIRI\G- i j
with
from ancient experience
Reginsburg
______ __ ___n_ ____ __ money ; many years I
coins dating as far back as 550 B. C. BARNARD & SON If Recently of New York
including those used in the time of ajt Youngs RepairShop ; !
THE OSCEOLASTEAM 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla. i On Curtis & O'Neals, Orange Ave
the Caesars, and many other speci- Opp. Post Office; Pine Street I
mention. Ii 12-10-im I 24d&wlmPay
mens too numerous to i
HEATJTHROUGHOUT Hung on the wall were six frames
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containing $16,763, being a completeset

Magnolia and Robinson Avc J. W. HURLEY, Manager\ of every type of currency issued

:by the United States government today -

beginning with the Peoples National -
i
Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round Bank notes, followed by the
,Federal Reserve notes; legal tender;
European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite
silver certificates from $1 up; cold Save
'certificates up to and including the Only

i$5,000: and $10,000 bills, which are

probably the only ones of this denomination

I in the state today. $2
This exhibit represented $27.000.1| $1

and it is needless to say that it was NOW I NOW

under guard during the day and safe
'. a rt0t I
) a ly locked in the vault at night.

Miss Gardner, one of the bank's

courteous employes, had charge of

the exhibit and each person visitingwas

THE ARCADE HOTELJ. name asked and address to pleace, and presented register their with $2.50 in Money is only a small part of your savingif

B. MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop. post cards of the bank and the old you buy a "White Beauty" Hoosier at once.
mint in Philadelphia. The register

First Class Restaurant Livery and Autosin shows that during the fair about I This Hoosiersaves miles of steps, saves hours of time, saves cost-
,3,000 people registered from every
Building in Connections !I state in the Union, one lady even I ly grocery supplies, saves nerves, saves health and makes your

Orlando, Fit. coming from the interior of India. kitchen up-to-date.

_ ___ ___ - ___ __n __ __ _ _ Aside from its interesting features
this exhibition is of real value froman

educational standpoint, and will "WHITE BEAUTY"-is the finest Hoosier $1 puts it in home
doubtless be visited during the week r. made. This $2.50 reduction off the low fixed your
by the pupils and teachers who have cash price is made for one week in 1000 towns If you are delighted with it pay us the
ORLANDO ROOFINGAND balance of $1.00 weekly.] This soon clears +
been especially invited by Mr. Dow. go. by the Hoosier Company to double the sales. up
the balance that is due; no extra to pay. If
The thought and patience it has r The chance may never come again. Next you're not delighted you get every penny
taken to assemble this exhibit for the week you will have to pay the regular price. back.

SHEET METAL CO. 'people of Orange county and her visitors -

the bank's truly demonstrates slogan- the truth of This Picture of "WHITE BEAUTY"gives


'It is a pleasure to serve you."
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
you an incomplete idea of its 1
convenience. You can pick out a few
and Rubber RoofingsCornices BIG SALEBig of its 40 labor-saving devices. You
get some idea of its handy arrange- :
Skylights. Healing Ventilating Metal Ceilings ment and its great capacity, but youcan't Jr
sale of Georgia and Tennessee tell its beauy of finish or its r,
horses and mules in Orlando at rigid construction. Come in right

Works: 14 E. ChurchSt.: ORLANDOdoxvt J. B. Magruder, Jr.'s, Stables, on away.it comes Let apart us show for you cleaning how ;easily how -- -
Wednesday, February 14th, at 12:30p.
is absolutely sanitary.
corner
m. L. E. Bates will arrive in the every Y
city Friday morning, the 19th with This sale is fast nearing its end.
two car loads of fine horses and. Judging from the first few days of sr
mules. The horses consist of heavy the sale, our entire allotment will . :
draft horses, farm horses, matched be gone sooner than we expected,
\v,113 you c3et the riht'medicine teams fancy drivers, saddlers, and possibly by tomorrow night. '
general purpose horses. The mules
top consist of matched
teams and single
v "V" mules weighing 1,000 to 1,300 pounds. Decide NowWHILE t
z Several of these mules are right out
*hatcold'? of hard work and are a little thin YOU CAN SAVE $2.30.
in flesh, but all good rugged workers. O
Any one wanting good stock should ANOTHER DAY WILL BE TOO d
Weve if attend this sale, where you will havea LATE.
chance to buy any kind of a horse
I or mule you want. Any one wantingto Decide whether you can afford to go -
I buy at private sale or exchangecan on wasting energy which you and
do so anv time before the auction family cannot affffbrd to spare.
your
sale starts, Wednesday, February _I.? 800.000 women already own Hoosiers.
when every remaining horse and mule '.Women in your neighborhood! are a
will be sold to the highest bidder
regardless making up their minds now. Makeup
of what they cost. Don't
rat I your mind, too.
forget the date. Sale positive, rainor
-
and look this cabinet
down
srau Come
+d3; shine. 2173twkltcMr. over before you let this opportunityslip / ,
by.; It is the chance of a life- "White Beauty"r -

and Mrs. A. L. Morgan were time.
among the New Yorkers arriving in

the city yesterday. They are hereon
their initial visit and think Or-
Oscar Hand & Son
lando a might fine place. Previous

winters have found them at other
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points in Florida, but they will return -
here early next season along

with quite a large contingent from

V I Rochester. TO THE PUBLIC: We authorize this sale limited

to .white Beauty" Hoosier cabinets at $2.50 less

STOP THAT COLD1! If you don't you may have pneumonia and Dispatches from Bordeaux late last than the fixed cash price of these cabinets this

die. This is plain talk but you had better heed our warning. night reported that Mme. Bernhardt week only. THE HOOSIER MFG CO. New Castle; Ind.h .
When you come to us for medicines for your cold or any-' underwent an operation for an affection -

thing else wrong with you, we sell you the best preparations of the knee at a hospital there.

science and honesty can compound. REXALL COLD TABLETS. The actress, it was stated, had been

:MERCK'S PITARMACYREXALL suffering severely for many months
and it was believed that an operation
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GENEVA JOTTINGS CARRIES OFF PRIZES WITH HIS
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lot advertised for $1200, Geneva, Fla., Feb. 16.-Mrs. MaudB. ,I ,

with a reduction of $400.00, if Little, of Ocala, state organizer of Exhibiting his Barred Rock poultryfor 33- "" ., fJ1 fJ1 > >1<
yv
the Epworth League, made us a visitin the first time Wm. P. Genovar = =-
buyer would build, was boughtby the interest of this department of scooped in practically everything in I .5 g T :5O H2 -i ,... -A ,
church work last week. Mrs. Little prizes at the Orlando midwinter fair ; 5 CO <: ::3 0- E: =c .
Mr. Samuel Brice of New
J j is an excellent worker, specially fit- last week. CJ) ( rtCJ) t\:)

York. We have decided to of- ted for the position she occupies. Asa I !The competition was the keenest i : ;- CJ1 00g ; tmrI-f...
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I writer, her name is among the best, and the number of fowl entered, of I : .?--.J rCJ) 0 CIQ
fer another one. I in her line. Among the number of this particular variety, was the largest I I 0 'II c-OO ( ::
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' her literary productions is a little ever known in this state. Mr. I'::" o en =-: "" .....
Corner lot, well located. Side- 'I book entitled "Literary Leaves," I Genovar won a silver medal, special tJ: en C- '" -A ..., .. jo
which is greatly recommended and prize for the best Barred Rock cock- L o 0:3: en aq n
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walks, water, lights, gas. North- highly appreciated by the social department -j erel. His cockerels also' won third -. : 0 ex tt t-

of the league; and fills a ,and fourth prizes. His pullets won 0 =.: 0 =.:
east. $1000.00.Vill take o a -" '" ...,. ....
$600if 0
long felt want, the programs, and second and third prizes and a pen of o ::::- 0'II ..... .,. ..... ..... ......- ._----. 0
o
buyer will build within one I'I suggestions affording, when carriedout three pullets and a cockerel captureda I I :; ::s C'D -A .d Q.. CD .

properly, good, wholesome amusement prize ,I|! 0 'C Cfl "' ,. '" rt/\ 1 )
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year. for our young people. We wish !! Mr. Genovar has a big flock of :) "1 : .
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her success in the great work in i Barred Rocks of prize strain, but he I': .. 3 0 OO C ...... tTJ rt h l

which she is engaged.Mr. has never before placed them in competition : c ft en 0
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I with other fowl. He is naturally ;
W. L. Whitcomb, of Bloomington s:: r'1" en
Ill., accompanied by some friends, | gratified over the success they I CD -..) :x:
a= >
I is visiting here, the guest of Mr. and 1 scored at Orlando. lie will no doubt o g" 1rt 0 ? ;
CARL DANN Mrs. M. E. Dooley. j Abe heard from in the future at poultry -j cn 0 0.1o g

Mrs. T. W. Geiger and daughter, i shows, as he has the stock and C O enoq N =- 0 s r-t-J to1

II Georgia, spent the week end in Pier- i I! knows now that they lead the state.St. .- : r; c.. CD j
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Record. Z
Augustine :
son, on account of the illness of Miss

REAL ESTATE Nellie Geiger, who is teaching there. ;;F c g.. :_ 8 :::3 g aqq ( ettz
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I Mrs. Geiger finding her much better, SHE IIAD SEEN IT BEFORE I 8 '1 CO

returned home Saturday. 08 c: c..o5 ( >
Miss Bessie Proctor is visiting her Sirs. Blank went to the picture -- en "' ::s
COMP ANY I sister, Mrs. Dann, in Orlando.Mr. show. She was one of those women I 0 CD ..... ::s c .....
Woods, who has spent most of who read every subtitle aloud (for en o ..... ::s C en 0 \.l
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-_ the winter months in our town, left the benefit perhaps of those who can I : : a. =.: '< ,.... ::S C'D en 0 0
last Thursday for his home in North not read and to the annoyance of OP '<
Georgia.Rev. 'those who can). I 2 =- = 8 ...

A Florida C. W. Gutteridge filled his appointment With the first film the inscription, I o- CO ::s 0 Q.. tr 'II ..., en L..
in the Methodist church I Iassed by the National Board of o
0D c.. =: ::3 en 0 ...., -c enO
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Sunday morning and evening. Morn- I C sorship, was flashed on the e..
Product ing text, sixtn chapter, seventh verse sci n. I ..CO CD ..... g.. ""C CD n ::s --3

of Paul's letter to the Galatians: "Be "l pshaw!" remarked Mrs. Blank, : "'" 8 fA. 0 ( ..

Grapefruit Marmalade not deceived God is not mocked; for "I've 'en this picture before; I P S! 0 (1)) 0 0 ,n ..........
! whatsoever a man soweth that shall membe. the name."Photoplay \ re-j 3 -..-.. 0 en Q. s.i ; .
Orange Marmalade ::s.
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he also reap." It is an undisputed azine. C c.. ,.... : y3
KumquatIarmalade: 'fact, as individuals, and as nations, K" CD ::r b 0 -3

we reap as we sow; therefore we What ha. become of the old fash- CD Ti

should ever ,be careful to sow good ioned three ell man that formerly i I 0 rt 0 ,..,.,.. c... n 0 =-
Did you see the display of seeds in the garden of our every day j I worked the co ty fairs, asked a man j 8 0

the Tavares Preserving Com- life. We can not expect to reap roses !at Orlando tht ther day. I don't I II L 5. == CD 87 )-..
if we sow thorns. Obedience, truth know, but I believe I saw several of ', =- 0 .. :: ::3 J
pany at the Fair ? < -& . :: en.I -
and loyalty are three great factorsin I them trying to take subscriptions for j O
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the make up of a well rounded papers that did not exist and they' r gi3 = !
Christian. We* know that troubles of suckers to II j 0 1
\Ve sell their foods. Call' I were getting plenty : .
follow disobedience."For subscribe. This is much safer than n 0 CIJ 2 C-CIQ 0' -
and see it.CAROTHERS. pain or for pleasure the old three shell game, for the city II So. s P ( -A ..... ::r
For weal or for woe, I authorities let these fellows work this :: =: Q.. = 0 ... 0 :r-O. 'II' z
The law of our beingIs t: ::::: _.
s nM
to reap as we sow. .racket all they please.-Sanford Her- ...,.. IIJIIIIf w :: ..rcTQ C a: I
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We may try to evade it, ald. O'C r r-t- p'r n 'II CDL <
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But do what we will, P 3 o. d .
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Our acts, like shadows, I <: 0 g. 0
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Will follow stilL" If you have ever troubled yourselfover =. r r-t- L ....
us the question what causes fear, '1 JIIIIIIIII ..... ::s ..., 1'w \

New Modern G Grocery y "Sowing the seed, do not do so any more. The American .. s>> Q.. "" c .J. .
By word or by deed, Journal of Psychology gives the i-h 5. :: ( enenF
Wicked or pure answer in the simplest' term. "This fDQ r-t-
Phone 200 The harvest is sure. pretensive or futurist attitude or ori- : o I
Sowing the seed,
entation toward a prejoristic state is
'Till the truth is made known
The harvest is the specific quale of the psychic con-
sure,
6 and .8 East Pine
St. 1 And we reap as we've sown." dition called fear." .

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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 |look) around. You


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


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DAILY; I "Our Village"Another meaning which might be defined as Mr. Tourist I .
South Florida SentinelMORNING ,'any self-propelled vehicle which --
I hauls passengers for a 5-cent fare.'

M. GLEXV .....AND.....WEEKLYW. ...........Edit.r touring party of 19 com- !i "The coast cities started by calling Here's Some Real
W. C. ESSINGTON .....Ousinris Manager ing to our Vill. Feb 19. We are always ; their new 5-cent auto busses 'jitney I
--- -- ---- glad to see them come. Geo. I busses,' but now they call them sim- Estate
Entered at the pmtoffice at Orlando. Florida BargainsFor i
Ade
a* Second Class Mat Matter. who is hibernating at Bellair ply 'the jitneys.'"
said at the Rotary breakfust at Bro. Gore says 4 jitney busses
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Sale by Us
Daily. 1 Year ........................ 15.00 Tampa, Tues. that Florida could get should start in the morning at the 11 Exclusively We Are Alwaysthe
Daily C Month ...................... %.50 thousands more of norherners down cor. of N. Orange ave and Centralave. Modern seven room residence -
Daily S Mont"1
Daily. 1 Month ....................... -.SO here if they'd advertise this great cli- and run east, west n & s. every I on Lake :Minnie for First
Weekly."""1 Year ...::................. 11.00 mate more extensively. George said 1-2 hour for the day-every body only $3500. to
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN he wasn't an authority: agriculture paying a jitney, giving transfers etc. t

ADVANCE and playwriting but that he sure Its a good idea and saves noise, I Beautiful lot 75x155, dandy
TO ADVERTISERS: knew real climate when he saw it. money, power & bother. When they view of Lake Lucerne. Act- 6

Copy far display and all thr hand'Mt - get the system: to going Bro. Gore ual value ;$2000 Owner will Spring"Something
advertising must be banded in at the business
C of Orlando Rifles
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. --co. our won says he wants to manage it. sacrifice for
$1600.
the clay before publication. This rat!! applies much notice at Tampa's Gasparilla. only
to chance for contract advertising; it is
Invariable and will be strictly adhered t.. ---oIs SIDELIGHTSBy Two beautilul homes on
about time the new moter fire
Lake Eola. New
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued Owner must sell.
should notify the office in writing on truck was puttin in an appearancebut ( W. S. Branch) Price of
the date of expiration otherwise it will becontinued either only $6oco.
far its failed
so to arr. Fire
at the rerular subscription rates, Cincinnati people are greatly excited
until notice to stop in recrivrd.Telephone Chief Deans on the anxious seat. Several California
tomb r ..........,........... :24 because some one left a suit case containing new bun-
-0R. : a live baby on the steps of galows ready to move into
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 191;:. W. Tyson, the genial Sec. of.. the children's home. Ohio people are $1800 up to $3000.Cooper .
j the Birmingham baseball club that : hard to please. Probably they thoughtthe |

Women say most when they are comes to our city for one mo. train- II suit case ought to contain a full
silent. I ing trip thinks we have a dandy town, grown presidential candidate. Atha
o and he knows al Ithe boys will be -- -

Girls want to become wives before pleased with it when they arr. Feb. The Minnesota prison twine plant 114 South Orange AY&. Ground Floor
they become angels. 25. Bro. Tyson gave us a cut of which manufactures binding twine Phone
o Charles Stewart, one of the Barons for the farmers of the Northwest, No. 311

who will sensationalize this community made a clear profit of ----- -- !
A girl thinks she is a first class over $43.000
we emphasize an advance exhibition of
for one month. The picture of
last Why should the Flor-
cook if she can make fudge.If I year. n9t l
Red Stewart is a true likeness of this ida convicts be making twine or pa-
o .
player. He plays right garden, hasa per of the palmetto leaves? VENEER CORES
kings were elected the brave and
batting average of .265 and fielding
heroic Albert of Belgium would receive MILLINERYAND
MARRIED YESTERDAYGeo. $1.25 M
the American vote for king of ,
W. Kennedy, of Pittsburg, and I
Europe. o I Cora Eugenia Stringer, of Orlando Per Strand Up

were married Tuesday morning at 11
I I FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND
The Cincinati man who lost his .
o'clock by Judge Martin. OAK WOOD .
mind after drinking 100 glasses of i ,
beer might enlist the services
of a I BrlandoWoodYardB.
C+ SPECIAL WINDOW DISPLAY
submarine. BEAUTIFUL SUITS. DRESSES READYTOWEARDistinctive
-- AND FINE MILLINERY, ON LIVING i i W. Kings'ey: Proprietor
I MODELS. TODAY. 10 21 12 A. PINE STREET AND R. R. III
Show us a man who has accom- I i I M J. AND 2 TO 4 P. M.. AT THE BIG I Telephone 314 I
plished anything worth while, and we I C I! STORE YOWELL-DUCKWORTH 9-30
will show you a man who makes a I ..,- i I COM I'.1 N 1'. 2-18-ltc --- I and characteristic are the new

specialty attending to his own / I 1 i Millinery shapes, and destined to be extre-

,business. I T} mely popular. Such names as the follow-
-- )- ..t'-.
l/J' ing will be household words:
Many exchanges in the North have I I 'iJ'' ,1' I .

items reading something like this: .'
"Icy streets have been the rule this { "The Tipperary" \

winter, and each icy spell seems .
worse than any before it." "Red" Stewart, Right Fielder I i

o average of .990 and is as fast as they "Chin Chin"

Mexico is said to have nine living make em. His home is at Chicago. I

ex-presidents. So the business of be- When he isnt playing b. B. he's an "Tommy Atkins"

ing president of Mexico may not be expert electric man, and if our moter Lake Eola and Eola ParkThe i !

so unhealhy as has been supposed.We ever gets out of fix we'll call him in iI

are not informed as to whether to look at it. Well be grad to see I Our Ready-to-Wear Department already -
Mexico's ex-presidents are on speak- i Red in action, and also thank Bro. iI
ing terms or not. Tyson for cut. shows characteristic individuality.All .

o - I I the new tones and half tones of

ORLANDO, THE CITY -Mac Tallman can manage riding Puttee, Sand Battleship Gray "Silent"tones
IN ORDER- hosses as well as theatres. time is now ripe for an investment in this par- I
and neutral tints are already expressed -
'I There are many ways of arrivingat - I .
a true index of what constitutes 'Test, was a gloomy day but there ticular section of the city. Property well bought will be in charming suits and dainty dres-

prosperity. How many empty resi- was lots of business going on just !
dences are there in Orlando? How the same. absolutely certain of producing a profit. I have two or ses.Look

many deserted and cobwebbed busi- - the new styles over they are edu-

ness rooms in Orlando are availableat -Our Mayor Sperry says the mor- three offerings which I can recommend as sure MONEY- cational.
the present time? How many fail- als of Orlando are certainly pickingup
ures has the city had since August some. The reason for his beliefis MAKERS.
I
1? How many banks have gone un- that )'est. and the day before their
I
der and died? How is the credit of was no police courts. Since New
Call and let show them to
( me
the city government? There has been Years there has been much order in I you.
I I
-depression throughout the country, our city. I 4
SILKS
but Orlando does not show that it has - If II f
1 shared the fate of other communities. -Even County sher. Gordon says I II

What promotes thriftiness and enter- things are unusually quiet. During I
prise Take a look at Orlando's clean I Fair week their was only 3 cases of I An extraordinary cash purchase en-

streets, her immaculate lawns, her robbery, no houses was broken into ables us to offer much below market valsues
well preserved and handsome homes, and there was less promiscous steal- t
the perfectly trimmed trees and the ing. Everything was quiet and Sherr. S.Y.WAYInsurance one of the most popular all pure Silk

general cleanliness of the entire city. Gordon is happy. Fabrics for the coming season."Cascadeux ;
Everything is in first class condition, -
Orlando is the city in order. Good -Good morning merry sunshine- I and Real Estate Agent I

economic conditions are promoted by I What, is the W. M. going to fool us
constantly shifting money and com- again? Crepe"perfectly
I
merce. The faster a currency slips -- PHONE 172
from hand to hand and the speedier -Bro. E. H. Gore came in yest. and

commerce moves the better are the handed us the following definition: ideal for,Suits, Dresses Separate

times. Orlando has no cause to com "WHAT THE WORD JITNEY Skirts, Dust Coats, etc. In a full range of Call
plain. This statement is not basedon :MEANS
a foundation of hot air, gas and "'Jitney' was originally the side- the new tones and colorings, including

wabbling facts, but it is based on show barker's slang for a nickel. In i Black- y
what the eyes: see and the ears hear.o some parts of the country it is com :
monly used in that sense today. But I 40 inches wide The Regular Selling is

MAKE THEM: STAY OUT- out West it is rapidly taking on a new i
I $2.50 yard, Our Special Price 1
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places, and those in authority should 1
see that they do not turn up here I I The Proprietors of Our! Special

again. I Price $1.75
Every :year a number of reputable
I
agricultural journals and magazines t zTHORNTON I 1Don't
send their representatives here to obtain PARK
i fail to see this exquisite Fabric.
subscriptions and to place heir I
publications before those who are engaged -

in tilling the soil. I Cordially invites to inspect their They I
There is also a group: representingother you property.

magazines, who send agents
promise not to trouble with interviewsor i
, who force themselves upon unwilling j you numerous

{' victims, accompanied by offering by a: a club fountain of magazines pen- j I I IL press you to buy. Just'let them show you these
I It
t or sum.perhaps a pocket book for a slight I beautiful near-in lots and quote prices. Shade trees,

r During the past several weeks they I fruit trees sidewalks electric lights. DICKSON YES CO.
have worked Orlando to a finish. ] I .

F They have pounced upon men, women
:
and children and tried to force them I Inquire at 905. E. Central Avenue, on the premt :

into' a purchase. The authoritieswere ises or ask your dealer. t i
informed of what was going on .DEPARTMENT STORE.
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and for several days tried to get evidence '
by which they could rid this I i ii ...

community of such leaches, but the i ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING H.AtK
"fountain pen" men had plugged their The Store of true service, of never-failing emirtesy

way, and about all the officials could I \ of fair dealing, of trust-worthy merchandise
do was to catch them with their victim TAYLOR & THORNTON I at right prices

and quietly put the unsuspecting ORLANDO Fl'011)THE \
purchaser wise.Something I
should be done. And
Proprietors
done right now. If no other way 41TH
they should be told to clear out and .
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-Edited By Miss Eliza Wright GRAND Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. 41 1

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WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR hotel for several weeks.0 z
TODAYI .
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Feb. 18th-20th. Mrs. Deming, who has been visitin C. E. ROUSSEY

Thursday her mother, Mrs. Lucretia Johnson, presents his beautiful Chautauqua
3 p. m.-"Here and There" Club production,
Mrs. Shaddick hostess. ; and her sister, Mrs. Branch, left yes- "OBERITA""the

Rosalind Club afternoon. etrday for her home in Rochester, girl in the golden frame," in her
Bridge; Miss Augusta Wright hos X. Y. 1915 Versions de Art, the balanceof :
tess; Miss Prudence Malone honoree. --0-- the week. Regular run of pic
U. D. C. meeting; Mrs. Howe, sMrs.. E. II. Giles, mother of Mrs. I tures. .

tess.Bridge; Mrs. Abberger, hostess; Frank Horton, and Mrs. John Carter, "THE GIRL AND THE 5 and lOc.
Mrs. Marsh honoree. of this city will go to Orlando tomorrow
Friday to visit with her daughter, Mrs EXPLORER" BAPTISTSMEET TONIGHT UP/TODATE oIb
hostess.3 p. m.-Bridge party; Mrs. Lege, J. T. Fuller, of that place.ArcadiaDaily The midweek service of the Baptist JEWELRY

Nullos Club. News. A Kalem special feature church will be held tonight in the ; in every form can be seen here at its best. See our wrist watches,
Bridge; Mrs. W. M. Lege, hostess. --0-- com chapel of the Presbyterian church. I bracelets,diamond rings and a hundred other adornments ando
3 Saturday ") RehearsalThe plete in two parts. The public is very cordially invited t you'll! recognize why this is the leading jewelry horse in town-
m.-Belgian Relief card '
p. party, : attend the Ask prices and you'll find still
Rosalind Club. Mendelssohn Club had a splendid service. Dr. Poulson, the another reason.
7:30 p. "Everywoman;" dra rehearsal last evening at the pastor, will be in charge of the meet
matic class, Rollins College. opera house for the "Mikado," which ing. ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.t
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will be presented Thursday and Fri
Miss Happersett Hostess day nights of next week. The chorusis
The "Bachelor Girls" were guestsof larger and better than ever. I .0Jl.: :: .
Miss Guilda Happersett Wednesday "BUTTING IN" Lucerne

afternoon. There were two visit- FREE ADMISSION TO GRAND
ing guests, Miss Malone and Miss\ THEATRE -- CHARMING EFFECTS
Washington. Salad, saltines, nuts A Lubin Comedy r
TODAY
are produced by the new wall
papers
mints, and tea were served. Miss The lady guessing nearest the correct "THE FLOWER ,- j. i i 1 i shown here exclusively. A room
Jean Person will be the hostess for OF THE 9 i I !
number of parts in a Hoosier DESERT"A papered with any of these new wall
the girls next week.
Kitchen Cabinet will be given a free t and ceiling paperings will take on a
- ticket good for one week at the Grand Domino special feature com new, brigher ar.d more refined at-*
,
Young :Matrons Card Club plete in two parts.
I theatre. Register your guess at Oscar 1 i mosphere. You'll regret it if you
The Young Matrons Card Club met Hand & Son's "LOVE VS. BUSINESS" 1 f select wall
store, where the CAUSE FOR THANKSGIVINGA I your new papers without
P with Mrs. Essington at her home onWest I Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet is being Komic Komedy. l iT seeing these. A

street yesterday afternoon. The .shown this week by F. C. List, an ex PERCIVAL" I
club members and Mrs. ClarenceRrown pert demonstrator from the Hoosier Vitagraph Drama. "THE EVOLUTION OF w Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Cow

Mrs. Forrest Carr, Mrs. I.e-I j j factory. You are welcome to inspectthe A Vitagraph Comedy
Roy B. Giles, and her house guest, cabinet as closely as you wish at 205 S. Orange Avenue 4
Miss: Marguerite Drennen FOUR REELS
Miss Ada the
store. See advertisement
in this
COLEMAN RHAN Phone 261
&
Bumby, Mrs. W. M. |
Glenn, and Miss issue, on page 2.
Fannie Robinson were, the guests. Special Vaudeville the rest of
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The guest prize was won oymss\ Ada. Mrs. 0. P. Newton and son, Mr. HEAR) THAT "ORCHESTRA" the week I
Bumby, the club prize by Mrs. Slem-
Geo. II. Newton THE
SCHULTZESAnd
are expected to arrive -
served.ons. A dainty salad course was in Orlando tomorrow from Provi- I -. Smith, the Dog that Prays. I VALENTINES AND VALENTINE POST CARDS

dence, P.. I., to join Mr. Newton, who DYNAMITERS CLASSY
--0-- preceded them several weeks ago. *,
W. C. T. U. Friday COMEDY ..rte
Mrs. Newton and
son are late in com HEAR "THAT
The W. C. T. U. will' have a Francis ing south this winter on account of ORCHESTRA" Featuring original acts copy

Willard memorial meeting on Friday the illness of Mr. Geo. Newton, who righted. All kinds and prices to suit all-
afternoon at the Methodist church at is convalescing from a severe attack SINGING, DANCING AND _

three o'clock. A special program has of typhoid fever.HOLIDAY. TALKING tastes and pocket books. Get yours
been prepared. A thank offering for Classy WardrobeNO

friends the memorial and visitors fund will invited.be taken. All NOTICE 5 cents 10 cents ADVANCE IN PRICES while theassortment] is good. :

-0Unity Monday, February 22, being a legal
Circle holiday (Washington's Birthday), the W. S. BRANCH *
The Unity Circle held a very inter- State Bank Orlando Bank and Trust TO MY FRIENDS, TilE PEOPLEOF First Floor ----____5c. and lOc ,
I
Company, and the Peoples National
esting meeting on Wednesday after Bank will be closed for business on ORLANDO White Balcony ____5c. and lOco The Arcade Book and Music Store

noon at Unity Chapel. Current events I that day. 2-18-21 Colored Balcony _,__.5c. and lOc
were given in answer to the roll call. There is a series of pictures being
Two beautiful' vocal solos were given TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY shown at the Favorite theatre this

by Mrs. Cecil Wright. Miss Emma week which I would like for every one 1-
Hainer pleased every one with a whis FOR SALE-Gentle horse Macey to see. You can feel the very presence -
tling solo. The review of Ellen Glasgow's wagon, and buggy. Apply 411 of God, as they are presented.God '
West street. 2-18-6t FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
"Virginia" by Rev. Eleanor in His beauty has given to us

Gordon was exceedingly entertaining, ESTRAYED-Long horned, part Jer the natural scenery for our uplift. I ,
after which those present discussedthe sey cow; white spot in forehead. am sure if you see them you will be Established 1886 -
book. Tea and wafers were Telephone 636, or inquire W. T. En- drawn closer to him, and it will be .
trican. t
served. 2-18-tfc also an education for you. Let your tt

- WANTED-A children see them. Teach them the
position as general
Lucerne Dancec helper in boarding house, or in a beauty of Nature. Tell them God in CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE
The Lucerne hotel dance was well family.! Address Mrs. May, care of His wisdom has given us these beautiful 1

attended last evening. Many of thyounger e Sentinel. 2-18-lt lessons in nature to draw us

set with their visitors were I SPECIAL WINDOW DISPLAY OF I close to Him. Mrs. II. F. Sanders.

among the guests. Never has Orlando BEAUTIFUL; SUITS. DRESSES LOANS 1

had so many beautiful young I I AND FINE MILLINERY ON LIV- Prof. W. C. Branham arrived in Orlando
girls visiting here at one time, and IN MODELS TOD.\Y, 10 TO 12 A. yesterday afternoon on the ,I
11.ANU2TU4i'.Il".1TTiEBU
they have added greatly to the brit STORE YOWELL-DLTCli\HHnll 1 Tampa Special' from Spring Hill, REAL ESTATE RENTALS

/. liant social season of the city at the C COMPANY. 218ltcIX Tenn., and will spend several weeks "

dances, theatres, and card parties. with his brother, Mr. A. G. Branham, A
-Oblrs. CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH JUDICIAL at his home, 404 Lucerne Circle. Mr.
CIRCUIT ORANGE COUNTY: I
: Ferris Hostess FLORIDA Branham, 'Who is one of the proprietors .

The Sans Souci club was delightfully Alma Elizabeth Clark of a large preparatory school for k
enterained yesterday afternoon v* Divorce. boys near Nashville, is just froma
up
Raymond C. Clark. FOR RENT---Bungalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main
by Mrs. Josiah Ferris at her home on Tt Raymond C. Clark: severe attack of la--ippe and comes
South Lake street. entitled It appears cause from that the the sworn defendant bill in is the a above non to the Land of Flowers to recuperate.OSTEOPATHY. Street.
-- -- resident of the State of Florida and that
his place of residence is unknown. That the
Guests From Ohio defendant n nineteen years of alre-
) You Seven Room House South Orlando.
are therefore ordered to appear to this ,
Mrs. Zell Hart Deming, the man bill on Monday the 3rd day of May. A. D.
ager of the Daily Tribune, of Warren, 1915.It is the further same ordered being a that rule this day notice of this be court.published

Ohio, and a prominent Suffrage leader South Florida for eight:Sentinel consecutive a newspaper weeks published in the DR. J. c. HOWELL Two New Five Room;Houses, South West Orlando.
in the state of Ohio, is a guest at in Orange county Florida. Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
the home of Mrs. James B. Magrn- Witness B. M. Robinson. Clerk of said I Kirksrille Graduate
Court and the seal
thereof this February Consultation Free
der, Jr., on Anderson street. Miss 17,SeaL 1915.I B. M. ROBINSON. Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan
Clerk.
Helen Hart and Miss Lamb, also of By M. A. HOWARD. D. C. HoteL -
Warren, are stopping at the Empire J. A. Rowe.. Sol for CompIL J Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
2-18-gw Orlando, Fla.
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eye cannot see---fine workmanship j jj 33 x 4 _$19.05 3-t X 41h ________$26.00

;t fine adjustment of parts and fine balance--- : : 34 x 4 _$20.50 36 x 4 -$20.50


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FOR SALE-Would you like to havea
nice winter home in Orlando, J ilI17UGII.ath&: c1I1d SI1111gIe S t
SE.NTINELWANT where could raise
you your own vege-
tables and strawberries, keep chick- 1
ens, and have orange grapefruit and .
tangerine trees? Not too far from I
S the center of town; just at the city ,
limits on a magnificent street shaded I
with all oaks, on the road to the Ii
Country Club. If so, buy this gem.
It has five large high ceilinged sun- i
The Morning Sentinel Want ny rooms and bath newly paintedand
Directory is the Greatest Want papered, facing two streets. ORLANDO
Ad Medium in Orlando. Price only $2,000. Circumstances
compel us to sell. Address "Winter 1
Terms Cash in Advance. Home" care Sentinel office, Orlando. II

RATES 2-10-tf I

For One Day ______________25t<< FOR SALE]-On account of poor
For Three Days ____________50c health,the undersigned hereby offers Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Six Days _______________73c for sale at a bargain, his desirable
THE FAIR IS OVER{ For One Month ____________$2. 0 property located at the corner of : J i _
This rate applies on all ads of West street and Ridgewood avenue.
25 words or less. If the ad con This property is central, in a first j..
tains more than 25 words the rate class neighborhood and convenientto
Now you have plenty will be one cent per word for school business lake and park.
each additional word, for each in- Owner will sell all, or part, cash or
of time to call in sertion.If terms. Property consists of nice new I
you can't bring your ad to bungalow fronting on Ridgewood $w.trJ
and let tell the office telephone No. 24. Ac- avenue has six rooms and large .1PHr
us you counts opened by telephone will be ceiled basement with flue, suitable for
payable the following day. kitchen or laundry; lot 47x85 feet;
about our SPECIALSin house unfurnished. Price 2100.
Every Home-Every Business Also nearly new, two-story six-
Real Estate. Every Man has use for a room cottage, fronting on West street
Sentinel Want Ad. with shed and greenery; lot 46x117
feet; house partly furnished. Price
$1,950. KINCAID 1111ff SNOIVBENOrlando's \
CASH will bring out FOR SALE Also a beautiful connecting corner n
lot, 70x83; feet fronting on two
FOR SALE-Leaving city; player streets, and graded for basement I
some great values.] piano and music at half price; or building. Price $1.000. For cash anda
will trade for city lots or land close
sale would
quick owner dispose of
in. Address Box 733. 2-17-31 all of the above to one party, for Largest and Cheapest
4300. E. N. COY. 2-2-lmoc
lET US SHOW YOU FOR QUICK SALE-Will sacrifice
country store doing thousand dollars ------- -
monthly business. Ill health FOR RENT FURNITURE HOUSECor.
owner's reason for selling. Address
Lock Box 144, Orlando Fla. FOR RENT-Two large rooms with
ORlANDO BUILDING & lAND CO -17-6t kitchen and bath room, in a brandnew
house; close in; furnished or un-
DO YOU WANT a nice little fruit furnished. Inquire at the office of Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
II North Orange Avenue and chicken farm, just over city Florida Real Estate and InvestmentCo.
PHONE 608 limits, at bargain price? 6 room ., above Peoples National Bank.
bungalow, furnished; 120 fruit trees; 2-13-61
1,000 pineapples bearing land -
good
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL ; ;
a nice place at a great bargain. Cash, FOR RENT-Small flat, modern con !
FRED B. DALEC. or will sell on easy terms. Owner veniences, unfurnished.: Jas. A. ,
H. BRYANT going north soon and must selL Call Knox. 11-3-tf
at 733 West Central avenue, Orlando.

DAVIS A GILES. CounselF. -17-4t NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
A. PEPPERCORN. Contracto to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
FOR SALE-Rhode Island Red eggs 10-25-tf
for setting; fine stock; $1.00 for 13. -- ---- Eventually You Will Use'
Irs. Calder. Phone 708. 2-3-lmoc WANTED


FOR SALE-35 h. p., five passenger WANTED-White waitress. Apply
auto, in good running order. Owner the Osceola, corner Robinson and
leaving city. Rare bargain at $450. Magnolia avenues. 2-17-ltc
$1000Corner Address 94 Lakeview avenue, city.
-16-6t
GOOD job and ad. compositor wants
position; steady reliable; no road- H
FOR SALE OR
EXCHANGEFortyacres ster; best of references. AddressX. GAS
near Jacksonvile Fla., for ;
lot Co- Y. Z., care Sentinel. 2-17-St
on sale or exchange; what have you?
Address, 94 Lakeview avenue, Orlando -
lonial Drive East Fla. 2-16-6t* WANTED-Respectable, middleagedwoman
who desires home to act as
FOR' SALE-One galvanized iron housekeeper. Light work. Address
tank holds about 100 gallons. Inquire "Housekeeper," care Sentinel.
and Broadway, facing at 115 East Amelia avenue. 2-17-61
-16-3t

WANTED-Salesman and solicitor FO
Park Lake.
FOR SALE-New house fine loca-
; with auto; also two salesmen with-
tion; 7 rooms bath, extra toilet; all out autos. Inquire Singer Sewing
,
modern improvements; large verandas Machine Co., 43 East Pine street.
; large lot. Also several fine, 216tfsLOST3Sd
large lots. Owner 114 East Concord
PHONE 567"DIXIE avenue, near Magnolia. 2-13-6t 1-2 automobile tire on Cooking and HeatingBecause
rim. Finder will please return to
FOR SALE My flock of choice s. c. J. L. Dillard Winter Garden Fla.,
White Leghorn hens; hatched last and receive reward. 2-17-tfc
April; Young's strain; laying heavily
now. Right price to quick buyer.V. LOOK-18! desirable
city buildinglots
\ K. Hale, R. 1, Orlando, Fla. 2-13 fine locations; prices very low, it is the most convenient, most

terms easy. Apply to W. H. Eaton
FOR SALE-Buick touring car, fully 215 South Main street,
owner oppo-
fuel known.
LIMITED"Between equipped; speedometer, Presto tank site Methodist church. Phone 99. cleanly and most efficient
etc. A bargain. Act quick. Call at 214st'YOUNG
Ford Garage, Church street. 2-12-tf -

FOR SALE-Five room cottage, all unfurnished COUPLE house want good furnished location.or Why not begin today as a Gas User? I


J cksonville, Chicago and St. Louis furnished modern, 307 conveniences Broadway,avenue.completely Apply Can Box 435.give reference. ; Address 2-14-tfc P. O. You will save time, labor and expense.

to Mrs. McDade, 312 Broadway I
Reestablished January 6, 1915 avenue. 1-27-lmo i
Ring 296 and we do' the rest, for I
Northbound Daily Southbound FOR SALE-A good city residence, lOc. Warman's Parcel Delivery Service -
9:35 am Lv. Jacksonv'eMacon Ar. 7:30 pm with all modern conveniences; part 2-5-1mo I
5:08pm Ar. Lv.11:45 am cash balance on time. Address I
8:03 pm Ar. Atlanta Lv. 8:35 am Owner," care Sentinel office. f.
12:18 am Ar. Chattan'ga Lv. 4:37 am -7-lmoc Umbrellas recovered and repaired a
4.50 am Ar. Nashville' Lv.12.10 am "while you wait" at Young's Repair CO.a
9:28 am Ar. Evansville Lv. 7:30pm> FOR SALE-Five passenger touringcar Shop, 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT
6:35pm Ar. Chicago Lv.11:30 am in A-l condition; chea for
cash, good Dr. Taylor,
or mortgage. A
2PgpmAr. St. Louis LY:2:1SpmSolid BUYERS AND SELLERSI
905 East Central Phone 696.
avenue. buy, sell rent, and exchange real
Train CompartmentObservation 1-4-tf estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla., GAS DEPARTMENT AF
Standard Pullman bver 30 years. Have handled over
and
cars cars
FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock A
Call and ,
i20,000,000. see m
coaches, between Jacksonville and
and tools, best farm in county; variety -
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
Chicago. Standard Pullman sleepers
fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up-
Jacksonville to St. Louis.DINING to-date buildings etc. Room 3, Rock TRACY & MOORE CARPENTERSHouse 1

Jldg.., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk own- repairs of all kinds done i--
CARS er. 1-16-tfc promptly; repairing of leaky roofs;
screen doors and windows a specialty;
FOR SALE-Story] & Clark upright sleeping porches, counters shelving,
Atlantic Coast Line grand piano won by Miss Myrtle garages, office fixtures; window and Pioneer Paint &Wall
Weeks in the recent contest will be door frames made to order. Get our Rndlef's PaperStore
sold for benefit of Baptist church
prices. 18 East Church street. A Fir F Sal
Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. building fund. Piano may be seen postal will bring us. 1-11-lmo r

at Weeks the home 10 Washington of Mr. and street.Mrs. M. E. -------- Has always on hand a large and well selected

G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., 1-13-tfc stock of Wall Papers. High Grade Varnishes, Paints,

Tampa Florida.DR. .Have You Noticed Brushes, Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies.
FOR SALE
Terms to Suit Purchaser A
Good citrus and truck land, cleared, i What is HappeningEast CONTRACTORS FOR PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING
in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots on has been
brick road to be built this year, two of Orlando PC r ZAOrange grove; ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU.

miles from Orlando. Phone 1024, 4 set out a year; select budded trees, ItFINDLEY'S
rings or white H. G. Jackson R. F. D.

No.2-14-lmo 2, Orlando, for appointment. Directly Out orange and grapefruit; there are PIONEER A

111-2 acres in the grove; located on
PHONE 67 Corner Pine and Court
FOR SALE
L H. RAMSDEU Central Avenue? Lake Jem Mary, between Lake Conway -
75 acres suitable for citrus culture
OPTOMETRIST and truck fanning bordering on a and Lake Jennie Jewel, 3-4 of a at -
(a.e..or U Dr. G. P. LW.-; pretty lake and has one-half mile
ORLANDO. FLORIDA frontage on the Orlando to Sanford mile from Pine Castle road soon to
brick road this frontage being adapted We offer for sale Seminole lillllltlllillllllilMMMIIMii II III . . . II II II 11111
WE FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSES date room
to seven
I for nice home sites; could be sub- Park Lots located just at the be bricked; new up
AND DO ALL KINDS OF divided into 40 building plots 60x200 limits terms. house good large barn and other
City on easy ;
0*'TTCAL REPAIRING feet each leaving about 60 acres for ii Have Your Sewer Connection
citrus fruits and truck farming; five buildings. This proposition is for ?
I minutes walk to railroad station
Established 1870 stores hotel school and churches.I Also 2V miles from the City quick sale on easy terms. Inquire of
When consider location and
good
R. E. COCHRAN CO., Inc. transportation you facilities with other limits near Lake Underhill 5 J. B. Magruder, Jr., office in Arcade; dun In.

132 Park Place, New York advantages the property's real valueis acre tracts. Standing round or see the owner. 1
Wholesale Dealers and Commission $7,500. It is owned by a non-resi- timber, good soil, surrounded by
Merchants in Florida Orangesand dent who needs money. He author- groves, and on easy terms. Price, under brick or where cut exceeds 6 feet, I
izes to sell it for 3000. Whoever
Grapefruit me buys this property gets a bargain. -- G. M. BISSELL, 20 cents per foot; cut less than 6 feet, 15 cents per

Represented by For further particulars call on foot. Card to P. O. Box No. 16 will bring our man +
E. C. Young, room 10, McNeill &.
Geo. W. Tull Orlando Fla. at 1-28-lm
grove to see .
you.F.i
Davis building, corner Church street
Liberal advances made on con and Orange avenue Orlando. ORlANDO REAL ESTATE CO., i

E.signments.R. Cochran, President.T. . 1-31-tfc Watkins! Block PHONE 504 :>. arvey' & Co.7 / i
L. Treasurer. Warman will deliver that parcel or I
Turney,
note for ten cents; just call 296. "" III.
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PROFIT IN CATTLE ON FLORIDA I SIDELIGHTS remains in the city long enough to THE WAIL OF TilE CAT Doctors

FARMS get thoroughly Cheneyized and Or-
My master's off to seek the woods
i (By W. S. Branch) landofied, he never will go back except -I My lady's on the ocean BuckiiiasliT & Bnuite
Florida has long been famous as j I The cook and butler fled last night
the land of fruit and flowers. These Judge Cheney must be some enter- long enough to setle up his busi- But where, I've no a notion.. OSTEOPATHS
ness and get his family. The tutor and the boys have skipped, A
characteristics of the state have been I I tainer. The Sidelights man asked his - I don't know where to find them: Personal instruction under Dr. Still
advertised far and wide. The fruitsof .friend and former college room mate, "Dividing"There But tell me, do they never think at Kirksville, Mo.
Of the cat they''e left behind them?
Florida have universal recognitionand I I \I r. Boyce, from Sioux Falls, S. D., is talk of dividing Texas as Hours, 9 to 12; 1 to 5; Evenings by

the fertility of the soil which I how long he was going to remain in well as Florida. If the powers would I haven't I haven't any place dinner.to sleep appointment. k

produces these semi-tropical productsis Orlando, and he replied: "Well, I get together and divide Mexico into The milkman any never comes my way: 132 S. Orange Ave., above Peoples
fully recognized. As an agricul- don't know. Mr. Cheney is makingit about 20 distinct governments and I'm daily growing thinner. Xational Bank. Phone 578.
I tural state Florida has moved stead- so pleasant for me that I don't give each one of them a president, I The butcher and the baker pass, I
p ily to the front and a large immigration know as I shall ever go back." The they might be peaceful for a few 0 There's tell me, no do they one to neer.think remind. them: SIGNS IH
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__ of northern farmers, truck grow- probabilities are that if Mr. Boyce years. I Of the cat they've left behind them?
Gold Leaf and Aluminum, on
ers and horticulturists has swept into
The dog next door has hidden bone ,
I the state during the last decade. I They're buried in the "arey:" Glass or Wood *
' But one element in the great poten- I The parrot's boarding at the zoo, Cloth Signs and Big Bulletinsa
tial productivity of Florida has received And so is the canary.
The scatter free from specialtyI
neighbors
much less attention than it deserves THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S care.There's
nothing here behind them: have Morgan with and
me can
and that is its final -
adaptability
I wonder if they never think
:" to the profitable raising of live Of the cat they've left behind them? give prompt service
:"f u stock. While the West has lost its TRANSFERDr.
U. D. C. MEETING "
:: ":, prestige as a cattle producing coun- GEO. A. BARKER
4 try, and while there has been a decrease B. D. WIENENGA, Prop, 110 West Pine St.
There will be of the
a meeting
in the whole United States of
Annie Coleman Chapter, U. D. C., on
: k "i. :3S per cent. in the supply of beef
>. during the last ten years, the impor- Livery, Draying and HaulingWE Thursday, February 18, at 3:30 p. m. ORLANDOPLUMBING
Meeting with Mrs.\ Robert Howe.
:. tance of Florida as a live stock country -
'. "'-. .,. ", !':*.: is a matter of very lively and Mary Branham, secretary. 17-2t

practical interestA GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE Get the news first in the Sentinel, I'i
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thanks are tendered the Florida AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK 26 WEST PINE STREET
MISS HELEN MACKELLAR Poultry Association for an invitation GOLF INSTRUCTOR !
to their annual banquet held at hte PHONE 122
IN "TODAY"LUCERNE
FEB. 21, :Matinee San Juan hotel Thursday evening, Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited Orlando Country Club -
February 11, when I had an opportu-
and Night. nity to participate in, and help discourse HORSES FOR SALE Telephone No. 249.OSTEOPATH. Best Plumbing at Lowest -

on "chickens" in general; also
IIIGII SCHOOL NOTESBy in plucking sundry of them and mas- Phone 257. Orlando, Florida i PricesWe

ticating blue rocks, pate de foi gras, I I I
Arthur Ivey and many other delectable poultry I are not in the combine.SLAUTEirs .
Last Friday evening the junior viands. I DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER latest inventions usedon

branch of "Der Deutsch Verein" met Apparently all partaking of the Office corner Orange Avenue and all first-class .
+ at the home of Miss Fannie Tucker, feast belonged to the "blue ribbon --- -- 'Church St., Davis & McNeil: BIdg, i

on East Jackson street, to enjoy a brigade,"therefore all were prize win- Phone 419. Plumbing Construction
pleasant social evening. An enter- I i iI
ners.Mirth :aO"US::
taining program was rendered duringthe and good nature were handin Opera ;
first of the evening. Later de- I glove with each other, and when
lightful refreshments were served;, the assembly dispersed, in the wee I WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24th I II I WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver
after which the guests engaged in small hours, to the land of Nod, it
hear this before? Let the Delicatessen Man do it.
I various games which contributed was with the hearty wish they all I 50 THEY'REIN I Something new Something New .
much to the pleasure of the occasion. may meet again. A Battleship Full of Try it. Ask Abou- it.
-0- H. EDMUND SWABEY. Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
The entertainment which has sched- Kissimmee, Feb. 15, 1915. S three or more
Entrancing Mexican MEXICO I Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
uled to come off last Friday eveningwas 1-3 COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES
postponed one week, and will The best comment we have seen on THIS POTATO SALAD
positively take place next Friday the foolish paragraph in "Life" on Maidens PEO. TIME
evening at eight o'clock. which a number of Florida newspa- PIE J. R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'S

--()- pers have wasted valuable space is I Phone 26 Bakery
The fair was much enriched Fridayby from the Lakeland Telegram. "That ,
The Laugh of Your Life SEE
the cash of school pupils. fanatical simpleton," says the Tele-
gram, "who is sending the Florida MUTT
The Florida State College for Women papers a copy of Life containing his AXD
is sending out announcements of silly effusion on the negro and hold- MUTT AND JEFF JEFF The' Ikar3set "I I
the spring review course, the datesof ing the South responsible because
which are :March 9 to June 1, also God didn't make him a white man, TAKE OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY:
the short course in home economics, with all the qualities the superiorrace 'I
1'F.R.1CRCZ I
February 22 to March 6, and the sum- is a pathetic kind of ass becausecf IN MEXICO OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
mer school, beginnig: the rniclj'.e of his; sincerity; but not the less is FRESH AND SALT ,MEATS M

June, offering all subjects that are he a presumptious ignoramus and an _ _ _ _ _ _ _ WITH Kept under the best sanitary condition.
required for state and county exami- unqualified slanderer of the people I Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
nations, the extension of unexpired who have done more to help an infe- ITS THE TRIED AND TRUE SMOKELESS. and pure.

certificates and giving credit for sat- rior race than history anywhere else I POWDERi We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We 6avr I
isfactory college and normal school records in racial relations."Miami i FUN FROLIC everything in the Meat Line.
work, tuition in all courses being Metropolis.The I

free. Hungerford .Quartette will OF THE CENTURY EVERYTHING :H. lSelf & Co.
YOU'L NEVER HE DISAPPOINTED IN NEW I
Private mail boxes no longer will give two sacred concerts, Sunday, PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
be jammed full of peddlers' samples, February 14, 1915. In the afternoonat A GUS HILL SHOW AND UP
patent medicine literature, and the 3 o'clock they will be at the coloredM. TO THEMINUTE a
election cards of political candidates. E. church, on the corner of Church I Seats on Sale at BUTTS CANDY SHOP. ----- -

Even gas bills and calling cards are and Terry streets, and in the even-
barred unless sent through the mails. ing at 8 o'clock they will appear at 1 I, Best Seats $1.00. Prices $1.00, 75c.; 50c. 4 JONES GOfS JUST THE SAME
Postmaster General Burleson extended Mt. Olive A. M. E. church, on corner
A the jurisdiction of the postal ser- of Veach and Bryant streets. j
vice to the control of all apartment
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.house, office and other private mail
boxes. Any one who places anythingin LUCERNE THEATRE :NIGHT Feb. 24 My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen
them that is not mail matter is
months has not] changed its schedule, but leaves at the
violating federal laws.A
Special $1 Matinee 3 P. M. same time it always has.

man is only as old as he feels
TIME: TABLEBus
editor has his
and even an payer mo-
ments when he doesn't feel a day
Leaving Orlando in Front of Evans, The Jeweler.WEST .
over 90.-Ohio State Journal.

They have darkened the lights of BOUND EAST BOUD
I Read Down Read Up
London, but the moon has been knownto Mr THE _ \
SENSATIONAL t 1 AMAT I Ck "
Atlanta shine there Constitution.The three nights. in a jear. I i. SUCCESS OF THE CENTUF : IA.\I.'A.\L: : r. :\1. :'A.'L i'. !\Llr. 1\1. I


Orlando I 6:30.'; ,0.I 5 3:00'; 9.30 1.301 .
DeLand News those '
Daily
says I Ocoee J : 8.3C
4:00
i 7:30; 1.15 12.30 5.00
fne brick streets in Orlando look
Winter Garden 7:45 I :3c: 4'301 8.15 4.45
mighty fine to visitors and they are t
building more. Ct' ;a +t Oakland 8:00--- 4:30': 8.00--: 4.30


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CONTRACTOR: y' -. -.e_ .
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R N" SEYMOUR is the man to see
before letting contract, if you are going I
to build and want the best house II iiammond&Qorei
possible for money invested., 'rrt1 r rs ,I frI I
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LETTERS FROM WAR ZONE United States last summer, is in

.charge. It is so systematized that If you would increase your happiness :
:they take complete care of a wounded Fla., Feb. 16.-Daniel I and prolong your life, forget >: REAL ESTATE
BY MISS NELLIE BLY man in one-half minute. Humphries[ who has been spending four neighbor's faults. Forget the :

When the wounded are brought into several months with his son, Bert slander you have heard. Forget the j I
the reception hall they are given a Humphries, and family, returned to temptations. Forget the faultfinding '
A FEATURE FOR number, which is tied to their wrist. iiis home at California, Pa., last week. and give a little thought to the I -
They are taken into another room and Rev. R. C. Anderson has returned I cause which provoked it. Forget the I
SENTINELREADERS undressed. Their clothes are put ina Montreal, N. C., after spending peculiarities of your friends, and only I I We bud: d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.
bundle and given the same numberas j several weeks here and at Orlando. remember the good points which
on their wrist. The patient goes Mrs. A. Douglass, of DeLand, wasa make you fond of them. Forget all | If you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call

to the bath room and the clothinggoes recent guest of Dr. and Mrs. J. W. personal quarrels or histories you
and talk wishes with
to a sterilizing room, and after Howell, on Lake Gatlin. may have heard by accident, and i your over us. ,

being thoroughly cleaned is stored Mr. and Mrs.\ Charles McMahon, I which, if repeated would seem a The manager of this firm has had years of exper-
with the number still attached. This Mrs. Helen McIntosh, and :Miss Lil- thousand times worse than they are.

Below follows the last of Miss Nellie hospital has four X-ray machines. lian Barnum motored to Kissimmee. Blot out, as far as possible, all the ; ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a
Ely's special correspondence from James A. Treat, of "The Pines," disagreeables of life, they will come,
Budapest, Hungary, to the Interna- ONLY A HORSE Lake Jennie Jewel, purchased some but they will grow larger when you million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last

tional News Service: of the prize winning poultry at the remember them, and the constant
Only a horse that lies dead in the fair last week to start I two years.
rais-
By Nellie Bly street, poultry thought of the acts of meanness, or,
Budapest, Nov. 10.John Quincy the ing on his recently purchased farm worse still, malice, will only tend to
Prone on,the pave, 'mid hurrying i We are well posted on the values of all classes and
Adams arrived next. He was as feet: located north of Orlando. make you more familiar with them.
hoarse as myself. He was going backto Only a horse! that, through sunshineand Mrs. Malbro Squires, who has been Obliterate everything disagreeablefrom kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all
rain "spending some time here and at Or- yesterday start out with I
the hotel to bed. Toiled for his master, and did not ; a ,
Finally, everybody had arrived and complain! lando, has returned to her home at clean sheet for today, and write uponit bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real
shaken hands and inquired anxiouslyhow \Vaverly, N. Y. for sweet memory's sake, only
each had slept. An inner door Cart him load away! he has pulled his last Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Harris son those things which are lovely and Estate Bargains.

was opened and we were ushered intoa Over the hills, through the lond wind- Paul, and daughter Flora Bell, have lo\"able.-The Trumpeter.
larger and finer room. I was sorryI ing road; returned to their home at California,
had not time to examine the fine Weary and bruised, sore and crippledand Pa.Rev. DEATH OF RAILROAD MANR.

paintings on the wall Worked to sprained-his death, but he never R. C. Anderson gave another H. Cox, a railroad man who was i
A door in the rear of the room complained. excellent address at the Lake Jennie injured February 8, on the A. C. L., I WARING( REAL L ESTATE COMPANY
Jewel Sunday school, Sunday. Al-
opened and a medium-sized man, in a died in Orlando Sunday night The
Rough is his coat, with each rib though organized only five weeks ,
ago
dark blue, double breasted coat, en- showing through: remains were prepared for burial by
tered. He greeted our Commander Scant though his food, he was faith- with an attendance of twenty-four, Undertaker Hand, the funeral occur j R. D. WARING, Manager
Harbraugh. He was then introducedto ful and true! the attendance last Sunday was ring yesterday afternoon at Winter
Beaten, abused, bearing burdens of ,eighty-nine Others have signified '
each of us by name, I coming
pain- Garden, interment being in Oakland Rooms and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 631
their intention of joining and it is
first. The commander showed good
a could not I'
Only a horse and he com- cemetrey.
memory by introducing each by name, plain! hoped the one hundred mark will soon 11.15tfAm
and stating what country he came be reached. I
from. Then, standing near us, the Cart him away, his labors burdens are o'er;he Thirty-five of the young people in Wood's Productive . . . . . . . . . . . (...' ,
Heavy for him were the
the of Lake Jennie Jewel I
mayor read his speech of welcome.We bore. vicinity II I
all thanked him, and then he Cover him up, for his ned is at- were ntertained Thursday evening by
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said he would accompany us to some tained- :Mrs.\ Nathan Beach Stone, at "The Seed Corns. A
of the hospitals. At the door we Dying in harness, he never com- Oaks." The majority of those
found six limousines and one omni- plained! ent were members of the }' pres-I We offer all the best prize-win- Florida
bus. Who shall dare say: ,-such as these I dies' class taught by Miss ning and profit-making which varieties.is Leaving
The high price at corn
At the HospitalThe have no soul,- Lemmon, and the young men's class I increased I
Nothing before them, no far away selling should encourage And w ill Special! Price my two Properties in Winter ParkA
first hospital was a fine, four- in the Lake Jennie Jewel Union Sun- acreage and the planting of improved ,
building, occupying halfa weal; balm for day school. Charades and games varieties of seed corn every-> ,
story over toil and
No meed for no
where. good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of SrX)
city block. Within the door stooda their pain, were njoved during the early part of Wood's Descriptive Catalog full bearing Orange, Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two
group of gentlemen waiting to. receive Though they are silent and never the evening and later delicious refreshments gives: full descriptions and informa- i blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addition -
us. The tallest one, in a hand- complain! were served by the hos- tion about all the best and most improved ''I'' to making a home this property will make a yearly return on
some uniform, with four gold medalson There must be surcease, and freedom tess. Plans were made for the or- ,varieties telling what to the investment of from 10 to 25 per cent, according to crop and
make and most market conditions, price $8,500.00; also
plant to largest I
his breast, was the commander of from care, ganization of a study and social clubto
for the forever some- profitable crops. My Residence Property in Winter Park, 12-room, New Modern
the hospital. He is professor of sur- "Rest weary meet fortnightly at the home of
where; We are also headquarters for I dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front, 20 acres of
gery-Dr. Jules Dollinger. His life- Some glad unwinding of earth's tan- the members. land highly improved, 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigated
long friend is Dr. Arbat Gerstach, of gled skein; The young men of the D. II. C. Millets, Sorghums, I parden. Property is close in, well located, close to the new
and Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough! for
Where Justice triumphs, none club entertained their lady
Sinai young
the Mount Dr.
MacDonald .
Beans
hospital. Cow Peas Soja
need complain! I the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16
who has witnessed some op- -F. Walter Osborne. friends at a Valentine party on Sudan & Rhodes Grass 500, and will give possession in 30 days.
erations by Professor Dollinger, says last Saturday evening at the homeof t See owner only. Write or phone me for a date and I will send
he is the most marvellous surgeon in Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Braddock.The and all Seasonable Seeds. I my car to any place in Orange County to show you these properties.
the world. He speaks English per- Items From rooms were prettily decorated Write for Catalog and prices of
RD. F. KEEZELI
seeds required.T. .
fectly and has the most charmingly with valentines and appropriategames any I
engaging manner. were njojed. The souvenirswere I BOX 35, WINTER PARK, FLORIDA
WindermereWindermere W. WOOD & SONS.
This hospital was a factory for the valentines, and the guests were Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places.
maunfacture of electrical supplies. It Greta, Martha and Maud Frint, Isa- SEEDSMEN, Richmond, Va. I

is new, fireproof, and has unsur- phene. and Mary Harris, Ono and
Mr.
Feb.
Fla. -
passed light, as it is almost all win- Elizabeth Lewis, Margaret Lemmon, -
dows. It belongs to Budapest, whose and Mrs. G. W. Shemm, of Alliance, Elizabeth Russell, Elizabeth Gaines,
authorities mean to retain 'it as a Ohio, are registered at RossmoroInn. Lila Williams, Louise Starkey, and
hospital. It is situated on the Dan- the Messrs. Braddock, Nelson and

ube and has its own boat landing and Dr. and Mrs. M. A. Albl have re- Eric Salsburgh, Lewis, McKnight,
railroad car track into its court jard. Yates, Chase, Clarence and Allen
This saves tha painful work of trans- turned to their home in Cleveland. Zeigler, :Millady.: The hosts seized Feb. l 1915 I
ferring the wounded. While here Dr. Albl purchased a lot supper. eQnesQay 4thJ

Rapid Work ter and home.has begun the erection of a win- y,

FLORIDA A HOME
Dr. Dollinger fitted up this hospitalin Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Jackson, Mrs.J. II I

twenty-one days. He has thirty-: C. Jackson, and Miss Struber, of
four surgeons and as many assist- Orlando, spent Sunday at Rossmore There are many people who have
ants. He has 120 voluntary nurses winter homes in Florida, and who

end eighteen Red Cross. They workin Inn.Mr.. and Mrs. H. S. Lyons, Mrs. J. come here very winter to get the ben-
two shifts a day. They have 1,000 C. Palmer, :Mrs. O. C. Standish, and efit of our wonderful winter climate. Amelia Avenue LotsAt
wounded men. One ward alone holds Mr. L. Lyons spent last Thursday in Some of those who have come here
350 beds. With that there is no Sanford.Mr. for winetr homes, have been inducedto

crowding and no hospital odor. If II. W. :Metcalf: of Jacksonville, stay during the summer, and establish -
the building had been designed for a entertained a party consisting of Mr. summer homes, and most of
hospital! it would not be so good. S. S. Griffin, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence those who are here all the year'round Auction

On the ground floor was a big hall Griffin, and Mr. M. R. Vaugh, at din- like the summer climate as well as I .
where the injured are received. From ner at Rossmore Inn last Thursday the winter.
this they are taken to the bathroom, night. Florida summer climate is good.
where twenty men are bathed at a Sunday school is held in the schoolhouse There are no nights that one tan' not
time. Then their hair is cut and every Sunday at 10 o'clock a. m. sleep because of the heat, as is often
beards clipped. Whether able to move Mr. Chas. A. :Mills: of Toledo, Ohio, the case in the North. There are few
or not, they are wrapped in blankets, spent several days: here last week at nights that one doesn't require cover Ball L COllUe11S PnlJli \\Veddiu[
put on astretcher and carried to the Rossmore Inn. during the nights. There is no time II (
examination room. A party of gentlemen consisting of when one can't find a cool place in
If an operation is necessary theyare C. W. Cone, Franklin, Pa.; W. F. Florida, day or night. The breezes
taken to the operating room; if Rees, Cleveland, 0.; II. T. Hopkins, that sweep the peninsula from east I
not, to the bandaging room. Both Chicago, and George Newton Cleve- to west, and wes tto east, and from
Autos and
the e large rooms are magnificently land motored up from Kissimmee the south, are all cool breezes from I Free to
fitted up. Three X-ray machines Monday and lunched at RossmoreInn. off the waetr of the Atlantic or the I
show what bullets and shrapnel'has gulf, and in any instances are cool,

done to bones. :Mrs. W. G. Geier, Mrs. II. E. Doty, refreshing and health giving.We I
Every patient is then taken to thegreat and Mrs. W. S. Brown spent Wednesday need more all-the-j ear-round I From GroundsSOUVfNIR
hall, where 350 beds are locat in Orlando shopping and enjoying residents in Florida. We need more :I
ed. This is the observation ward. i the fair. people who come here and stay all "
They are kept here five days. The many friends of Mr. II. T. the time. And we can make any of
Fear the Plague Brigham are rejoiced at his return them as comfortable in summer as in i

If an epidemic appears in this time from a seven 'weeks' stay at the hos- inter.
they are transferred to the wards applicable pital in Orlando much improved in And the man who loves the outdoor'
to their cases. If cholera or health. life-loves to swim, and fifish, and go I : SPOON fOR [VERY i lADY

other diseases appear they are takeno I Religious services will be held in motoring, or boating. There isn't anyplace i,
the quarantine barracks, which oc- the school house next Sunday at 11 better than Florida in the sum- I
upy the other part of the city block. o'clock a. m.Windermere. mer. You can catch more fish, you !i
Since the beginning of the war was well representedat ca nhave more months of weather fit ;,

2.SOO patients have been brought here. the fair in Orlando last week, for swimming, and all manner of out- ,; Finest residence lots ever offered at
Of that number only fourteen have among those attending being Dr. and door sports in Florida than anywhere ]

died. All others have recovered or Mrs. O. C. Standish, D. S. Williamsand else. I
are on the mend. wife Dr. and Mrs. II. L Older. Some of you who have tried Florida i i
The kitchen was modern to the Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Palmer, Mrs. II. in winter and have liked it, try J auction. Full particulars See
limit. Electrically driven machinesdo C. Luff, Miss Harrison, :Mr.: and Mrs. it next summer. You will be delighted. -
everything from grinding coffee to II. S. Lyons, :Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Lee. .-Florida Metropolis.
mixing bread. Airs. Ralph Kline, Mr. and Mrs. W.
We again entered our automobilesand S. Brown, Mr. and :Mrs. H. H. Williams St. Petersburg and Clearwater CARL DANN

drove to a hospital fitted up and Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Springer, should profit by the timely example
The Lot Man at
maintained by the Hungarian finan- Miss Palmer, Dr. and Mrs. J. A. which has recently been set by San- His Office or
cial houses. It was also a factory Thompson, Miss Ruth Fansing, Mr ford and Orlando. There is nothingto
building erected for the manufacturing W. G. Henshaw, and numerous guests be gained in the scurrilous abuseof .
WM. FITZSIMMONS
of telephones. It would be impossible staying at Rossmore Inn. neighboring towns on each other.
to construct a more modernor -Arcadia News.
fireproof building. It must cover As the Lenten season begins on the At tr at least a city Mock. This hospitalwas 17th of February, next Wednesday, Orlando is said to be the home of I
fitted up in twenty-five days. i several people will be on their good over four hundred autos. No won
The fittings cost 100,000 kronen. Dr. behavior for the next six weeks fol- der that town is on the move*.-Times-

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If you have a Wash Goods need, now is the time to fill it.
III We are splendidly equipped to supply your every wash goods Unrivalled in! Florida and in the South. Here is a wonderland
i need, with new spring :goods. Broad assortments and exceptionally of beatI Millinery! ; hundreds! of new and becoming
Hats, full of individuality and distinctiveness. Distinctive
IluIl low pricing.WHITE and wonderful in their beauty and for their faithful interpretation *

COTTON VOILE, a sheer fine quality, 40 in- of the Parisian models. These beauties are the crea- Q
__ches wide, specially priced at _______________________23c:> tion of well-known eastern Milliners, and embody value, va-
riety, beauty and correctness of style not obtainable elsewhereSILK
ORGANDIES, very fine !and sheer beautifulDolly at so low a cost. Double the Big Store's price would, we feel,
Varden patterns, 40 inches wide ____________GOc 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
AVILON here. _ju..-......dII o>
LENO, a dainty printed fabric, very fine and
sheer, beautiful designs, 36 inches wide ____________40c
IJELMAR: VOILES,handsome conventional designs, the Qi
kind our grandmothers use to wear, 36 inches wide___3oc; BOYS' DEPARTMENT

PRINTED VOILES, dainty colorings, in floral an-1 Jacquard -
patterns, 36 inches wide ____________ ______30c OUR BOYS CLOTHING STORE can truly be called the QI
Mother's Friend. Here she buy her boy a suit with a
CREPE PLISSE, in small neat designs, floral, stripes! .. may
and figures, light and dark colors, 32 inches wide ____._;.:)c sure guarantee of stylishness. and serviceability, and at the
same time practice economy. The new Spring Suits are natty IQI
CREPES, beautiful line in large floral and small neat and desirable, and very low priced.
patterns, dainty colorings, 32 inches wide __________19c MADE WASH
We have the Famous line of SPRAGUE
Q HINDOO CLOTH,the most beautiful silk finish, transparent SUITS AND ROMPERS. You may select from these late
fabric we have ever shown, plain white, 45 models, Oliver Twist, :Midy, Balkan and Tommy Tucker, in all
inches wide ___________________________________$1.OO the best and newest varieties of materials.
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PIQUE, in plain white, very popular this season, large
and small welts, and a splendid quality at ___________25c;

PERSIAN LAWN, a beautiful wash fabric, full 43; in-. .. ... OUR BEAUTIFUL GARMENT SOLONS
ches wide, plain white ______ ____ ____ __________23c;
: : : ARE NOW IN THEIR SPRING ARRAY
DOTTED SWISS, small neat dots, in plain white, very
Qi transparent, 30 inches wide_______________________35cJAPANESE :> revealing all the forerunners of what "IS to BE" in Suits and
Dresses.
CHINTZ CREPE, a hndsome sheer material The stunning new effects, suits with their smart short
in white, with small neat embroidered designs Gabardines, ,
36 inches wide __________________________$1.?_,) waists and widely flared skirts, in Poplins Serges
and :Mixtures.
PRINTED :MULLS, 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.

MENS' DEPARTMENT

Q Just arrived, our Spring and Summer Lines of Straw and 9 I '0
Panama Hats, in all the newest styles and braids, also our 0 1
Spring line of Neckkwear, one of the nobbiest lines ever dis- n9'x wsterjOnyx
Q played in the city at 50c. Look over our Men's Department. Q
It is complete both for young men, and men that stay young.
Let us show you.

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OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT Hose. We are showing
o a complete line in black,

o Just received a full line of Spring Footwear. Everything tans, white and fancy,
o that's good in 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
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want, in the size you need. Our prices are right.
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Mj. and Mrs. A. R. Bogue expectto
start today for Delray, where they
will remain for some time.Ir..
Bogue will look out for Chase & Com- TXv
i pany's interest on the East Coast.
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Jlr. W. E. Kay, assistant general
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counsel of the Atlantic Coast Line
railway, was ajnonj the prominent
Floridians visiting Orlando yesterday

from Jacksonville. : ,' ', ',,:
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Messrs. W. G. Wilson and W. II.
MODERN"WOMAN Lutes, of Fort :Meade: who are en-
/ \ : gaged in the lumber business in Polk rim
wACHECK
county, were among the business
BOOK NECESSITY transactors in Orlando yesterday.
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Prominent Pennsylvanianswho

have arrived at the San Juan hotelto [ ti11I ,
spend some time are :Mr.: and Mrs. :
IL II. Singer and Mr. and Mrs. II. L. }
Cox, of Epluota.Mr. I You arc invited to examine tiia exhibition ,
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AVOID RISK and Mrs. Edward E. Moore, of 1 of $2:5OQQ.OO in ancient and
I I Hamilton, Ohio, are among the recent I
modern coins
and dated from
DON'T carry a pocket-book about with arrivals in Orlando to spend the remainder currency J .

I you for the sake of paying for purchases in of the winter. They are 550 }}. C. to 1913 and including the :}10- '
pleasantly located on West Church
I cash. ., *72 street. 000.00 bill, v/liicli arc displayed in our
Think of SAFETY FIRST. J
Mr. Leland Hume, of Nashville, director's room back of our vaults, ...
Pay by Check with bank
our checks be
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Tenn., was among the arrivals in Orlando :.. \
safe, have a receipt. yesterday. Mr. Hume joinedhis :
wife and daughter, who have been -
You check
can open your account here with
in Orlando several weeks, guests at ,. ,
the State Bank business :
any day. the New Lucerne.Mr. .
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and Mrs. G. L. Sterling, and : :
THE f STATE{ BANK OF ORLANDO I G. L. Sterling, Jr., and Mrs. Ben C. '.' ,' '
Tousey, of Poughkeepsie, N. Y.f are : 1
now included among the guests at the > { 'i : ;,
San Juan. They are located there fora ,
stay of indefinite length.Mr. .


A. D. Arnold, the popular as- : ,.

.. who sistant went clerk to at Tampa the San the first Juan of hotel the Ii-tj ).lliY)1

- week for a few days of pleasure, has :i. : ; -. ..,. '., : )9 ,.5 ".- O
returned and he had the time of '
LOCAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. Rev. Beebe, of Excelsior says :
Springs, Mo., is spending some weeksin his life. He reports seeing more peo- _

Rev. Uriah Seely has gone to Orange Orlando avenue., stopping at 601 North than ple in he that ever'city beheld during before.the carnival : .,. ,.. -. .;. ., :.;: .. ,..-, -:,. ...i :.;,.'i:{;',,:.-.. \

Tampa where he will spend several

days. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Fulton, of New Mr. T. W. Lawton, Mrs. R. W. Law-
York city, are in Orlando and are ton, Miss Helen Lawton, and Miss 1 .
Mr. B. D. Iliers, well known citi-
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making the San Juan their headquarters Marie Marshall, of Oviedo, were in i
of Gainseville, yesterday in
zen spent
for the present. $ Orlando yesterday afternoon to see
the city. Mr. Carter Lawton, who passed I
through the city with the Auburn I J
Georgians making the San Juan band, which had been furnishing mu- CANDIES
hotel home for the present are Mr. Two Handsome sic for the Gasparilla festivities in
and Mrs. Chas. Lendam, of Atlanta. Tampa. Mr. Lawton is a student at I
Lake Front the Alabama Polytechnic' Instituteand
Miss Antoinette Slemons returnedto and SliawsTry
also a member of the musical or- Page
Orlando yesterday from Tampa ganization.
where she has been visiting Mrs. H. Grove and Home
S. Hampton.
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Mrs. Mary Tinklepaugh has arrived -: a Box ofBoston's
from Sodus, N. Y., and is visit
ing her son, Mr. G. II. Tinklepaugh,
409 East Church street.Col. .
of them is the pret-

Cary D. Landis, one of Flor- I tiest lake front location in Finest CandyMcUroy's I
ida's prominent and successful attor-| the State of Florida, with
neys, was in Orlando yesterday from large acreage and a most
DeLand.
modern dwelling.The .

Miss Frances E. Palmer, of Canter- other has a fine
bury, Conn., visiting at the homeof grove, with modern improvements The I
Mrs. C. E.V de, after several
and worthy of
weeks spent at Daytona Beach.
|! any further improvementsdesired. SAN I

Pharmacy
Mrs. Fred Gilbert and little son, .
Fred, who have been visiting Mrs. These are high priced : J
Jr., for ,
Jos. Bumby several days
but JUANIn
properties, they are
left yesterday for their home in Kis- :
simmee. j I both big bargains. -

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Mrs. Edwin P. Proctor, of Wash- T -
ington, D. C., is among the visitors w Ir
now visiting Orlando. She arrived I S. G. Dolive & Son the room south of t (
yesterday from the Capital City and j
is pleasantly located at the San Juan. the lobby we have opened a ='
I Friends opJ.rl.J.Orl.S: :
I REAL ESTATENo. :
Miss Francis Beeks, after a visit of Cigar and News Stand,
several weeks to Mr. and Mrs. O. S. 3 WEST PINE STREET
'I that is as complete as-
Robinson, Lake street, left yesterday I
afternoon for her home in Asheville, Second Floor anything of the kind in the I ,t l
N. C. I
state. Convincing proof of efficiency in our I f 4. : $K,
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!I A complete line of periodicals Banking service is the fact that a large ,11 /

SouvenirsSterling and magazines in part of our new business arises from the .. "

stock all the time at all recommendation of present patrons. :J F

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Silver Spoons, Forks, Hand I In the room is also loca- Frequently new patrons tell us that they g)

Painted China, Crumb Trays and many I I l ted Public Stenographer, I II establishing relations with this Bank k:tare ff.

other useful and beautiful articles typi- I Manicure and Hair Dressing I 9
because we have so satisfactorily served ,,

cal of Florida and Orlando that will prove II Booth Long Distance I their friends.A a x
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a source of great delight to your friends I
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"back North." We also I
carry a complete i I Step in and look the new consultation with one of our officers -

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

tent workmen. we offer.





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