Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00488
 Material Information
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 19, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00488
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
lccn - sn 96027193
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Washington, Feb. 18.-The senate
Adriatic First to Brave Kaiser's:
LIQUOR TO STOP AT rONCEj E Democrats and Republicans today .
Edict-Great Excitement agreed to send the shipping bill as.

When the Liner Was 1 I I passed February in the 27 house, in to order conference to take until up-, COAST;i Of BRA III IS RPORT[ T

StoppedParis ..34 SHIPS FROM 1 NEW YORK VILLA IMPORTANT HAS TAKEN CITIES FOUR IN and bills dispose of pressing appropriation i I I, ---

Feb. 18.-An official note The Republican leaders stated they -

issued tonight tells of a big mutiny, ; ARE NOW 0 0l DUEIt IN THE i 10 DAYS would resume the filibuster when the OPENING NEVI CITY HALL i WILHELM PROVES DANGER-
which, it is alleged was plotted in the bill is again taken up until adjourn- OUS TO ENGLISH
Germany army. l VILLA TO Kill LIQUOR FIENDS 1 ment, which means the president will : COMMERCEEAST
i WAR ZONE have little chance of passing the bill AT APOPKA
result of the of
As the discovery I this session. It is stated at the White

Lthe I plot about 5,000 men, thirty of I Follows Czar's Example and I House tonight there will be no extra PRUSSIA FREE OF RUSSIANS
whom were officers, have, it is said ADRIATIC IN THE LIST AND session. THE EXERCISES WILL COMMENCE : -
Puts Up the Bars in All
been sent back from the front tied to- 1 MANY OTHERS FROM:\ : PROMPTLY AT
gether in pairs. i r UNITED STATES His TerritoryExcept DEATH OF FAMOUS: BANDIT 8 O'CLOCKA Statement Says Large Number

The accused men were sent back to- I City of Juarez YESTERDAY' of Czar's Troops Have
wards Brussels, alines, Antwerpand Kearney, Mo., Feb. 18.-Frank
Been Taken in East
Has Been
Seventeen Expected to Reach Pleasing Program
I I brother of Jesse' ,James, the
Namur. Santa Ana, Jalisco, Mexico, Feb. James a !
I I Area Before and Seventeen Arranged With Addressesand Prussia
18.-Couriers have brought the report famous bandit, died on his farm three
ADRIATIC ARRIVED SAFELY I i After the Decree Is I to Villa that Obregon at the head miles northeast of here-this afternoon :Musical
Liverpool, Feb. 18.The White! EffectiveNew of all the Carranza troops has been He was stricken this morning with NumbersThe Bueno Ayres, Argentina, Feb. 18.-

Mere liner Adriatic, which arrived 'I I i, driven from Mexico City by the supe- apoplexy. The German steamer Holger, which .
today, is the first big ship to York, Feb. 18.-Seventeen rior Villa forces under General Julian formal opening of the new city has arrived here, brings news that
brave the German blQ kade. steamships from New York by today I I. Medina. WOMAN'S: SUFFRAGE RESOLUTION hall at Apopka will take place tonight during January and February the
There was great excitement aboard will be within the war zone established The fall of Mexico City once more SIGNED February 19 at Apopka, and German auxiliary cruiser Crown
last night when shortly after mid- around the British Isles by in toVilla's hands is regarded as the Albany, N. Y., Feb. 18.-Secretary promises to be largely attended. The
night the liner stopped. !I Germany. 1 I most significant since Gutierrez fled of State Hugo today signed a con- exercises commence at 8 o'clock. Gen- Prince Wilhelm, operating on the
A few had gone to their berths. ,, These include the Adriatic of the ,,the capital. If the report proves true current resolution authorizing the eral George W. Tibbetts, president of northern coast of Brazil sank the
The pasengers lining the rails could White Star Line, which left this portIon i I Mexico City will be the fourth city submission of woman suffrage as a the board of trade, will act as chair- British steamer Hemisphere, the Brit- "
see the first act of the Germans in I' February 10 for Liverpool, and i of importance that has been taken by constitutional amendment this fall. man of the meeting, and Frank II. ish steamer Potaro, the sailing ship
Carrying out their threat. the Lamport & Holt liner Vestris'l'I[Villa's men in the last ten days. Davis, mayor of Apopka, will deliver Sumatra and the sailing ship Wilfred.
Shortly after the boat stopped four ''which left New York with TABLE SEN. HOBGOOD'S BILL the address of welcome. The crews of these vessels are on
'small craft were discernable throughthe Havre on February 9. 1 1I Villa Follows Czar's Example Raleigh, N. C., Feb. 18.-The senate Mrs. Alfred Eldredge will render a board the Holger.
darkness. I Three, the Suruga, for Gothenburg; I Santa Ana, Jalisco, Mexico, Feb. late today tabled Senator Hob- solo, accompanied by Miss Lillian
The Adriatic got under way again the Cushing, for Copenhagen, and the j 18.-Villa today issued an executive good's bill to amend the constitution Eldredge. An orchestra will furnish Russians Beaten
and proceeded, searching the water Kansan of the AmericanHawaiianLine ;i order prohibiting the sale of all liquor I to give the women the right to vote music and the "Star-Spangled Ban- Berlin, via London, Feb. 18.The
far and aft for the mines and sub- for London, fly the American I iin his territory with the exception of on equality with men. ner" will be given by the audience.W. president of the province of East
marines. However, none was sighted.,flag. I Juarez. This exception was made on : "- R O'Neal and Judge McGee will Prussia at Koenigsburg has received
j The Adriatic has 400 passengersand account of the number of Americanswho MO"URN DEATHS deliver addresses The committee in this telegram from Emperor William, r--
NO WORRY AT NEW YORK a valuable food cargo. The Ves- I come over the border from El Rome, Feb. 18.-Parliament reconvened -i charge is Frank S. Witherby and I who has been on the eastern battle '-
New York Feb. 18.-German's |tris is the sister ship of the Vandyck, I Paso on Sundays when the saloons this afternoon. The deaths of Wm. G. Talton. The official ushersare front:
threat to sink all the vessels: cnrin -- which: was captured by the Kar'lsI close on the American side. the thousands recently killed by the Leslie P. Waite and W. C. Fielden. "The Russians are completely benten. -
;? supplies to Great Britain has not ruhe, with a loss of $1,000,000 to the I Will Kill Drinkers earthquake were commemorated in Our beloved East Prussia is free ..
caused any dismay among the ship- i insurers of the Lamport & Holt liner. Villa says he will punish with death the presence of 300 deputies. TAMPA: DISTRICT CONFERENCETO from the enemy." ,:
ping owners and agents in this city. A fleet of seventeen other vessels I any one caught drinking or selling BE ON APRIL 13
No change has been made in any sailing I'(which have sailed from New York up I liquor. This action is said to have; KAISER TELLS MEN VICTORY IS 64,000 Prisoners
schedules either for passenger or i to the present will reach the war j I been taken by Villa as a result of the CERTAIN Manatee.The Tampa district con- Berlin, via London, Feb. 18.An
freight vessels. zone after February 18. reports which have been made to him ference of the Methodist Episcopal official statement says the Russians :
I In this list are the American liner I I ias to the splendid effects prohibition Praises His Soldiers at Ljck and Receives Church South, will convene at Sara- taken prisoners by the Germans in
Paris Statement Philadelphia, with 250 passengers; ; has had upon the Rusisan soldiers. Cheers in Return sota on Tuesday, April 13, and con- East Prussia nQw number 64,000. -
Paris, Feb. 18. Tonight's official the Orduna, sailing from here for the tinue through the following Sunday. ..
statement says: Cunard Line and the Niagara, with I Heavy Losses on Both Sides Berlin.-Emperor William in his This statement was made here yes- Explosion Damages French Factory
"February 18 has not been less fa- (passengers for Havre, of the French Washington, Feb. 18.-Villa troops latest trip to Eastern Prussia, went terday by the Rev. O. A. Thrower, Paris, Feb. 18.-An explosion yes-
.Ttfrable for us than the two pret'edingays. I Line. |under Generl Buenla defeated a large j into the town of Lyck on Feb. 14 and I presiding elder of the district. lie terday badly damaged the Chadde explosives -
\? Carranza force led by General Itur- was enthusiastically cheered by the states that the usual missionary institute factory at Albertville, where
I "From the sea to the Aisne the day FOR U. S. MOVIE CENSORS I Ii bide at Lamuralla, in the state of :German soldiers.As Sunday school and league government chemists are making experiments -
PHras marked by artillery fighting. Tepic, with heavy losses on both sides, he was leaving the emperor meta conference and the district conferencewill Several men were hurt.
"Near Roclin Court the Germans Favorable Report on Hughes Bill Is so Consul William Alger at Mazat- Pomeranian regiment grenadiers, be combined in one, certain days .
counter attacked five times in order I I i I Made to House I lin today reported to the state depart- to which he expressed his thanks and ,being given to the consideration of Destroyers to Escort Liners
to retake the trenches which we had j I I ment. appreciation. The emperor declaredthe 'these interests. New York, Feb. 18.-British and
captured from them on the seven- Washington, Feb. 18.-State or municipal men had fulfilled his expectationsand I Delegates were elected to this con- French destroyers will escort into
teenth, but they were repulsed. I'I censorship of moving picture Eat Own Wares Die shown themselves worthy of their ference from the Manatee church at port threatened steamships flyingTags
"In Champagne and the region of ;: films can not be adequate, because Austin Tex., Feb. 18.-A Mexico forefathers who in 1870, as well as the first quarterly conference, held i ( of the allies according to cable
,Soucan Pethes and Beause Jour. the I I of the character of the motion picture I City dispatch says the death of sev- 100 years ago, had protected the II on Saturday night, as follows: S. G. messages to steamship companies
enemy undertook first in the night of I industry, says a fevorable report on eral constitutionalist soldiers caused Fatherland with the same spirit. Curry, II. T. Glazier, R. H. Johnson here. Officials of British and Fren-h
the seventeenth'and then on the morning the Huhges bill for a federal motion I by the eating of poisoned ice cream He said he was convinced that the I,I and E.1.. Johnson. E. E. Johnson I'lines slid today they were confidentthat
of the eighteenth two very violent -I picture commission, filed today with led to the arrest of eighty-four ice German army would not fail to van I and P. R. Curry were chosen as al- with this precaution the German .
counter attacks along the whole the house. 'I cream venders in the city and all quish the enemy. ternates. John D. Glazier is an ex- war zone decree, effective today,
front for the purpose of retaking Five commissioners to license films were made toeat their own wares, the officio member of the conference by would! have little effect on shipping:
trenches which were lost on the six- which go into interstate commerceare .I result being that thirty-five of them CANADA ASKS U. S. TO GUARD virtue of his office as-recording stew- to and from English and French
teenth and seventeenth. proposed in the bill. Films not died of the poison. FRONTIER ard. ports The big steamship lines announced -
"These two counter attacks were so licensed could not be transportedfrom there was no intention of

I completely repulsed."On state to state nor copyrighted. Washington, Feb. 18.-The state Wants Her to Watch Approaches to MAITLAND MENTION changing roctes or sailing dates.
the heights of the Mease I[ department announced tonight that Dominion, Fearing Germans The White Star liner Adriatic from .
"-ound which we gained at Epargeson GERMANY EXPELS NEUTRAL i I as yet it has no confirmation of the Maitland, Fla. Feb. 17.-Mr. and New York with many prominent pas-
the seventeenth has been held by ALIENS report that Zapatistas took posses- Ottawa, Feb. 18.-The United Mrs. W. H. Johnston, accompanied by sengers is due at Liverpool about
us in spite of counter attacks." sion of Mexico City last night. States has been asked by the Do- their daughter and Mrs. Johnston's I noon tomorrow. Line officials say -

I Spaniards Forced to Leave Baden and minion government to place guards I father, arrived Maitland last week she undoubtedly will be convoyed by
APOPKA ITEMS: Others Sent From Alsace BANK OF ENGLAND TO ISSUE : on the American side of the interna- I; and are now occupying their home on war vessels through the war zone. .

Geneva, Switzerland, Feb. 18.-Seventeen $100,000,000 TREASURY tional boundary at highway and rail I Lake Maitland. The Minnewaska, of the Atlantic
Apopka Fla., Feb. 17.-G. Ilarod wealthy Spaniards, expelled BILLS approaches to Canada, it wa3'learned Mrs Geo. M. McKenzie and son. of Transport Line, was to leave London
and wife are spending this week attending from Lorrach, in Baden, by the German -I London. Feb. 18.-The Bank of tonight. I Atlanta, Ga., are late arrivals at the today with a few first-class and cabin
the Gasparilla in Tampa and I authorities, arrived in Geneva England, it was announced today, will The attempt upon the Canadian passengers. The White Star liner .
'will also visit datives and friends in yesterday.The 'I receive tenders for treasury bills Pacific bridge at Vanceboro by Wer- I Inn.Mr.. and Mrs. J. A. Howell are vis- Zrelander will sail Saturday from
St. Petersburg while away. Germans have expelled also I amounting to $100,000,000 on February ner Horn and reports of the feelingof iting Mrs Howell's parents, Mr. and Liverpool for Halifax and Portland,
John A. Bowman and family arrived and Austrians in Webster. Maine, with second class and steera:
several hundred Swiss, Italians and I 23. They will be dated February certain Germans :\Irs. .
here Tuesday evening from St. Hollanders from Alsace. They have 27 and will be payable one-half in six the United States have led to the re i Dr. J. Sutherland Stuart, of the passengers and freight. The French
Petersburg and will make Apopka taken them to Wurtemberg, in Baden months and the remainder in twelvemonths quest. It is believed here that the Maitland Inn, gave a dinner party liner Chicago, escorted by detroyers,
their future home. He has opened a i I honor of Mr. from Havre Saturday for
where they will be quarantined American government will accede to Wednesday evening in will depart
jewelry. watch and clock repair shop, I for fifteen days before being allowed i the request. and Mrs. East, of Norfolk Va. The New York. '
where everything in that line can be I to home. i. . . . . * . . guests were Mrs. S. Maxwell McIn- I The American liner New York will .
repaired or mended without the an- I go KING ALBERT, UNDER FIRE, . . . . . . . tyre, Mrs. M. J. Tabraham, Mr. Edw. leave Liverpool Saturday with a large
noyance of sending away. This is a :J FLORID.GOSPEL NAVY BIBLE I' FLIES OVER GERMAN NEW FRENCH DIRIGIBLE HAS Marshall, and Mr. and Mrs. Thos. I number of passengers, some of whom
very valuable addition to our town. of Altamonte Springs. berths on other liners that
The hand organ and monkey was to ON SUNDAY I. _____ PARIS | The dancing class met at the Mait fly the British flag.
be seen on the streets here Wednesday morning. Several t
Fla. Feb. 17.The fifth annual I. Amsterdam.-King Albert of. land Inn Thursday . . .
an indication that "spring has I Stuart have joined theclass . * * *
made aerial *
meeting of the Florida Gospel 1 an rceon- Paris.-A new French dirigible : Altamonte *
opened. S noissance of the German lines I I. DEAF "HEAR" WITH EYES
balloon from the big government
The Smith Realty is I Navy Bible Conference will begin ______ .
company now I. last Saturday, according to a report Pant ____ -
S in the suburbs of i
and close March 2. Theprogram factory .
busily engaged preparing their block here Sunday, S from the Belgian front. The S maneuvered for two i FRENCH MARDI GRAS SO !aRE Bombay, India, Feb. 17*-It
of lots for the big sale which is as follows:
will beheld S announced in Lahore
king spent about an hour in the has
\ the capital.
here next Tuesday. The lots are I The first two days of the confer- air. Several times he was, under hours crowds today over watched the volu- j Paris, Feb. 18.-By official: order, that a Prof. Albe of that city has .
located directly in the heart of Apop_ ence will be in charge of the "Florida Huge celebrated S "phonoscope the use '
German fire.Beautiful S the airship which has Mardi Gras was publicly invented a
ka and will be sold to the highest flying Squadron. .s. . . . . . . * S tions been named Pilatre de Rozier, nowhere in France today. In most of which enables the deaf to perceive -
bidder without reserve. A big barbe.' t I. such and
the households, the day was cele- sounds as speech
aeronaut.whodied of
WEATHER I after the famous
dinner will be served free TilE
on the
water color of less pretentiously than music, by means of the eye.
pictures but
and S t. in 1785. brated, . . . . .. .
grounds and a large crowd is ett Florida: Cloudy Friday ? Send I. . . .
'Florida scenery. one to your . t . . . . . . . usuaL I
pected. jurday. I friend. Curtis & O'Neal -


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HOTELSTHE I I Heit. of Fort Wayne. Mrs. Pope of ,' ilBMIIillii . .. II..I..L..I..

---I i DAILY SPURT LEER lucky South one Hamilton in the,number Mas.ha caught.;; :been Mr.the I' i ii Seeds Seeds Seeds j

Isgrigg/ : of Indianapolis says he will I
KEYSTONE HOTEL BY FRANK G. MENKF [have the record before he leave

The Famous New York We are glad to hear the hotel
Corner West and Church Streets I Sporting
Expert. guests say they are enjoying themselves NEW STORE
Splendid service, Excellent i ioom Hot and cold water. One of the Lot
well that wish the
so they
cooks* In the slate. Rates S7.50 per reek and up. Special rates to parties
wishing, table board. I New York, Feb. 17.-There's a was longer. The hostess has something NEW SEEDS

W. G. DUNCAN, Prop! heated debate going on just now in for every evening in the week.
baseball circles Mr. and Mrs. B. deriving
over this subject: Cooley are t

"COLLIER GROVE" ON LAKE APOPKA "Is a married ball player of more much pleasure from their fine Reo Sweet Corn, Field Corn, Peas, Beans, Etc. We
value to a club than a bachelor ballplayer car which they had shipped from Galena -
guarantee our seeds to be fresh.
? Kas. Their many friends appreciate -
On main country road, four miles east of Clermont and three miles west of One faction-the wedded faction- it, too, owing to the gener-
Don't be
Ookland; 16 miles west of Orlando, at Bear's Gap Station, T. & G. R. R. asserts loudly that the wedded pent: osity of the Cooleys. disappointed, come to us [for Drugs

Parking place for Autos. Fine Pier and Pavilion and Picnic Grounds. Tripsto is more valuable to the club; while The new arrivals at the hotel are and Garden Seed.City .

wonderful "Boiling Springs." Steel Motor and Row Boats, well equipped, another faction-the unwedded gents Wm. E. Bee and Geo. A. Bee, Detroit, --.
for hire. Agents for Ferro Motors and Mullm's Steel Boats. -take the opposite viewpoint. It Mich.; C. Moffett, Mr. and Mrs. S.II. .
Oakland Office with T. Connell, Grocer. Telephone at residence, "Collier looks like a deadlock.The . Smith, and Mrs. X. Ferguson, Indianapolis -

Grove," call Monte Verde. Pavilion on pier. Can be engaged for dancing wedded fellow says that aftera Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Store"A
purposes. ball player gets married he quits Xoel and Mr. and Mrs. T. S. : Drug

frivoling and that the less frivolingthe lame, Springfield, Mass.; :\\Iail-I

- -- better it is for the ball club as a Moore, Greenchug, Ind.; Mrs, GOOD DRUG STORE."

TOURISTS ATTENTION! whole. That faction asserts that Shoman, Galena, Kas.; Mr. and Mrs.

after a ball player gets married he II. E. Abbey, Boston, Mass J. L DEAN Ph-G.
\Ve Serve the Fincst\3Ieals\ in Orlando becomes steadier in his habits; he Congratulations are due Mr. and ,. ,

Prepared by our New York Cook doesn't stay out all night, or even i Mrs Allie Willis, for in the Better II . e I . I . . . . . . . . III III , I I' II" .
half the night. He realizes that he Babies contest at Orlando during the

100 Rooms Bath, Steam Heat. $1.00 has a family responsibility and that fair, little Robert won the blue rib-
he bon first in the division of babies
must keep working so as to hold prize -
his job and thus keep the wolf from from the country, and second WRIGHT SEED
Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water CO.We
the doorstep.. prize, the red ribbon, in the B grade, .

Ollie O'Mara, who shortstops for ages 2 to 3 years Roscoe won the

EMPIRE HOTEL the Brooklyn! Dodgers, and who is second prize in the C. grade, ages 3 carry the Largest Stock of Seed in

spokesman for the bachelor gang, has toI, years.
54 Light Housekeeping Rooms this to say: Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Giles were Orange Lounty. Agents for the elebra-

"As soon as a guy gets married he !guests of Mr. and Mrs Buxton and ted National Guano Fertilizers

begins to go back. lie loses his pep ',.I the Mather Smiths, Sunday.The .
ROSSMORE INNWindermere and he loses his nerve. He no longer trees promised by the U. S. 2O6 So. Orange Ave.
takes the chance that he did in the bureau were received and have been

past. lie doesn't try the long shotson planted in the park by :\Maurice..

This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric bases that he did before he got Mr. and Mrs. John W. Cook spent

lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with hooked up. the week end at Orlando to visit their

Lath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish- "A married fellow detracts from daughter, Hazel, and friend Miss Lee, JONES GOES JUST THE SAME"My
ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. team spirit. 'Instead of getting about of Milan, Mich., who left on Sundayfor
with the boys in the evening, he their homes.
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off some corner and writesa
letter to his wife. Then he sneaksoff HOLIDAY NOTICE ..

THE OSCEOLASTEAM to bed. The married fellow won't
Monday* February 22 being a legal. bus line which has been serving you for fourteen
get into a card game unless the limitis holiday (Washington's Birthday), the
HEAT THROUGHOUT about ten blue chips for a penny State Bank, Orlando Bank and Trust months has not changed its schedule, but leaves. at the

"A married ball player doesn't sass Company, and the Peoples National same time it always has.

Magnolia and Robinson Ave J. W. HURLEY, Manager an umpire as an umpire sometimes Bank that day.will be closed for business 2-18-2t on

needs to be sassed. Why? Oh, because TIME TABLE

the married fellow fears a fine

Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round the and shyness a later in accounting the pay envelope.to wifey for cry Men over laugh it-at at least trouble, that's and the women way Bus Leaving! Orlando, in Front of Evans, The Jeweler.

European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite "The Carried ball player plays they usually act at a wedding.PEnAHOUSE. WEST BOUND EAST BOUD

baseball all the time on the field, on Read Down Read Up
&: >: the Pullmans and in the hotel lob-
( bies. As fellow IA.\I.A.\1.: : P. :\1. A.M I'. 2\1. P M
soon as a gets mar- ,
ried he plays the game only on the I.
Orlando 6:3010.15 3:00 9.30 1.30 6.co
ball field. At all other times he plays
Ocoee 7:30.11.15 4:00 S.3c 12.30 ,.00
the love game. And baseball and I :
Winter Garden S.iSi
love don't mix. 7:45'11:30 430 2-5 4.45

--0- FEB.23 Oakland I 8:001---,, 4:30! 8.00-- 4.30

Seems to us as if Ollie-'s words are -

going to be used against him some
day. Ollie is a good looking young !
The of Hal
THE fellow. lIe is of the heroic type of University ,
HOTELJ. athlete; he is a Beau Brummel dresser THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S

B. MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop. and he's made a perfectly tre-ee-
mendous hit with the girlie fans in Glee Clubin

First Class Restaurant Livery and Autosin Brooklyn, N. Y. TRANSFERDr.

in Connections The Dodger home attendance their Fifth Annual Tour of the
Building perked up wonderfully last spring State. B. D. WIENENGA, Prop,
Orlando Fla. while Ollie was cavorting on thq
sale BUTTS Feb. 22,
Seats on at ,
green and quite a bulky portion of
-- the increased patronage came from 9 a.m., 31c.: 50c.) and 73c.: Livery, Draying and Hauling

the shy sweet maidens that blossomin
Brooklyn. Every time Ollie ambled -
) D. K. DavidsonGOLF
to the plate he was greeted with
ORLANDO lady-like plaudits and whenever he INSTRUCTOR i

nulled a sizzling play around short- !

field he got a round of applause from Orlando Country Club

SHEET METAL CO. feminine One day throats.Ollie went out and bustedhis Telephone No. 249. AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK;:

_ h ____ leg and was carted off to a hos-
pital. From that day on the feminine DoctorsBiickmasIiT Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
attendance at the Dodger park showeda
decided falling off, but the visitors & Bmiidagi1 HORSES FOR SALE
and Rubber
RoofingsCornices lists at the hospital where Ollie was

confined grew to astonishing propor- OSTEOPATHS Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
Sk}lights. Heating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings tions.

So, you see, Ollie had better be Personal instruction under Dr. Stillat
Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO careful about how he spoofs matri-
mony, because-some day. Hours, 9 to 121; to 5; Evenings by

132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
- - - - -- Briefs National Bank. Phone 578.
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'\'di doni you c e-r the rih'tr i From OaklandOakland SIGNS hear this before? Let the Delicatessen Man do it.
Something new Something New I
fOr it. Ask Aboir. it.
"\t.,. medicine Fla., Feb. 17.-Mr. and Gold Leaf and Aluminum, on Complete Lunch put Try upready for the table. For one, for two, for
Glass or Wood three or more
tl1.atcold ? Mrs. Buckmaster, of Columbus, Ohio, Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
have been visiting several days with Cloth Signs and Big Bulletins COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES

t" their mother, Mrs J. C. Robinson. a specialtyI POTATO SALAD
uc"e it-
b They left for Miami on Monday to have Morgan with me and can TRESIIER J. E. NICHOLSON'SBakery
J spend* week, when they will returnto serviceGEO.A.BARKER J.
give prompt
Oakland.Mr. I Phone 26

Jeff Waits took a trip to Wau- I
chula for several days the latter part
of the week. 110 West Pine St. I

Miss Jennie Husband is spendingthe
week visiting friends in Ocoee. ORLANDOPLUMBING I Am Leaving FloridaAnd

Mrs Palmer and
baby came aver
Properties in Winter ParkA
uillSpcciallj-Price mj
from Orlando to stay with her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cook. I -- f
Mrs. L. H. Query has as guests: for CO i good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Groyeiof 800
I full bearing Orange, Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two
several weeks her
cousins Misses
I ,I blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post .. addition -
Louise and Margaret Cooper, of Avalon ; I to making a home this property will make a yearly rerjrn on
Ga. the investment of from 10 to 25 per cent, according to crop and
The ladies of the hotel gave a card 26 WEST PINE STREET I i market conditions, price $8,500.00; also ,..

party on Saturday afternoon. The I My Residence Property in Winter Park, 12-room, New i Iodern
selections rendered by Mrs Shoman, PHONE 122 I dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front, 20 aAres of
I land highly improved, 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigated
of Galena, Kas., and Mrs Ferguson, garden. Property is close in, well located, close to the new
of Indianapolis, brought forth so Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good cnoi:: gh for
much applause that they promise to Best Plumbing at Lowest the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16-
STOP THAT COLD! If you don't you may have pneumonia and repeat again. Good music is one of 500, and will give possession in 30 days. ,.
PricesWe See owner only. Write or phone me for a date and I Will send
die. This is talk but had better heed our warning
plain you the many features of the hotel.
my car to any place in Orange County to show you these properties.
When you come to us for medicines for your cold or any- Fishing has been good the past
in the combine.SIJVUTER'S .
thing else wrong with you, we sell you the best preparations week and several big catches have are RTX F. KETCZKL *
latest inventions used
science and honesty can compound. REXALL COLD TABLETS. I been made by the tourists. The largest -
m all firstclassPlumbing j BOX 35; WINTER PARK, FLORIDA
lfE H( 'I{' P f-l.A. I{1AOY I fish landed was an eight pounder.by { = Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest "places.
S. 1[. Smith, of Indianapolis, anda Construct-on: ;
(REXALL STORE) seven and three-quarters one by C. ,

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Personal Items 'Land, will give an interesting lecture

and description of that country, interspersed I
lot advertised for $1200, From Taft, Fla.Taft I with singing and other .

with a reduction of $400.00, if 1 short speeches. It is hoped that 171 5* d2 ;J fr1 fr1 > .
there will be a large attendance to
buyer would build, was boughtby Fla., Feb. 17.-Our community I help a worthy cause.POSTMASTERS I I i o t'I) ........ n t--A . .... -& t--A !:;:iiII
was shocked last Saturday morn- t-3 3 en" < 3 ffi
Mr. Samuel Brice of New ing when the sad news was receivedof I' TO BE MUZZLEDThe ; ; CDI CD o &> OOCJ) t' ff Q) N:) .

the tragic death of Edward A. COo e: P ...
decided to of- :
York. We have Sphaler, the eldest son of W. G. Spha- postoffice department has puta : _. Ca'0 Cn 0 P"oq
fer another one. ler of this place, whose dead body muzzle on postmasters. Hereafter ro: 0 p 2.
was found under a wrecked automo- they are not to talk and are not to ciCD. oCO =-: >< 0 ::;.;
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bile on the Conway road about 6 give out any information in regardto I -S"o : c- ..., .... )'Tj
Corner lot, well located. Side- "OO N
o'clock a. m. It had evidently lain postoffice matters, even when such 0:3: OQP

walks, water, lights, gas. North- there about four hours before it was I informaion is sought for the promo r; o 0 _. *"* eni 'CD""'C pp t"'n! t-C
discovered. As he was alone at the I tion of public inetress. The muzzle u'oa rt s PD 0.!.;; 0.......... e
east. $1000.00. Will take $600if time it is only conjecture how the accident .has been put on tight and there it S"co ( dP ...... OCD ...... elo 0

buyer will build within one I happened. Ed., as he was familiarly will remain, according to department b 0)CO ) i-' cr . c...
I called, was considered a careful ,officials. o'C c-
year. I driver. He was twenty-four years For example, if the commercial v> rtW coo : us ,. 2
3 0 : '< '"1 ,., .... MSVo
I lof age. His funeral was largely attended j or chamber of commerce or -' '
I at Hand's undertaking rooms i booster organization of any city or c 8 '""'C < 3 .
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.on Sunday. He leaves, besides his i'town desires statistics of the amountof S"e: r:? eng- $i) vffi
!1 parents, four brothers and three sis- postal business done in the city cor 3 .... -
,ters to mourn their great loss. The I Ii I postoffice it will appeal to the post :3 rtCO > UQ p 0co La &
CARL DANN ;i heartfelt sympathy of all goes out to 1 master in vain. It often happens that 0fD (D) 0 (D "S *> 0. .

,the bereaved family. ;I in trying to boom a city the receipts < coO =- o 0 ..... :3p

I Mrs. Warner, of Savannah, Ga., ar- Iof\| the local postoffice are set forth 0...
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rived Monday and is the guest of her I to show that it is a live and up-and- o o pN j .

REAL brother, G. K. Thomas, on Fifth ave- ,coming community. Such informa- o =
,nue. |tion is tabooed henceforth. It might =' CD -8 1 CD t.L .
Mrs. II. P. Drake, of Boston, Mass, possibly be secured by a roundaboutand 0., ; { ENTCO
''arrived last Saturday and has pleasant laborious process of writing to ro C c $" .'Q0 CD > '
:' apartments at the Nelson House. Washington, but that means red tape 8 : s ns P 50O
COMPANY & > c ....
j Mrs. Drake has been touring Florida, galore and long delay. csOO> OQo >""'C* 3 (Dff CO r-a ,
I coming here from St. Petersburg, I I The fact that the postmasters have IIIII"z: %* Ntjj. .... g CDOQ co
I looking for a winter home. She been muzzled was brought out as the : s

I thinks Taft is the most desirable of i result of an appeal made by the cham- ::2 P < ::r 5T .=- S :IS b:'
A Florida I any place she has seen and thinks of ber of commerce of Seattle, Wash., to s>> IIIf 3 CD ..., -- CO L..
I buying or building here. She predicts j the postmaster of that city asking 0 acr .
a bright future for Taft as all j I for information as to the amount of COD aa... 8 co 0 -i.... ::::n TJC2as:
I I .
J Product do who stop here. postoffice business done at Seattle. ...... =- S *
I Among the recent guests at the The postmaster replied that he could OP :CO 3 en.( CDCD (' = > -3
Nelson House were John J. Van Order not furnish the facts sought. c.. .
Grapefruit Marmalade I and wife, of North White Lake, N. 3Q 0 (L ffg1 n .........
Orange Marmalade Y.; C. E. Wilson, Murfreesboro, NAVAL STORES TO ITALY NOT > 3o = : 1
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.Tenn.; W. F. Winshew, Pierson Fla.; TO BE HELD BY ENGLISH !i > r--o 1CD 1- coP ': caH -3
KumquatIarmalade: OOh
I 1C. D. Andrus Indiana; A. H. Back- I *'5 '""'C < s PCD ><
I reuff, Indiana; W. H. Bell, Kissim- 1----1, CDsr < 0 r* ; ::s : C7 L...... .
[mee; L. N. Reynolds Macon, Ga.; O. ,I :sS' :;. c... n
Did see the display ol I ;the secretary of state as to the naval t
you !R. Dupree and F. C. Maddox, Kissim- L3: ST3 0 : ,
: stores situation which will be of
the Tavares Preserving Company mee E. T. Heiter, Orlando. CD :
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terest to the of Florida. t ::3 .
producers :
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at the Fair? Taft was nearly deserted last week, The reply follows: -Ef) 3 = | ? & .
I as most of our people were at the I "I have the honor to acknowledge c 9> .-AO. 0 A. 0--0 .
I fair and this week they are celebrat- ,... :
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i I the receipt of your letter of the 25th I
We sell their goods. Call:ing in Tampa. So local news is rather |ulto., asking this department to re- H n CUQC l '

and see it.CARUTHIRS. I scarce. |quest the Italian government to admit o_ p r If'oc 0 ...... =-
The birthday of Abraham Lincolnwas rosin and turpentine without let orbs tI-: ."...'. ."... 0 rt.... Z
observed here on the evening of I ..Hrance. 1? -S =' o CIQ SCD ? I0o
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February 12 at the chapel in a very "! have the honor to in reply I I rt '
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appropriate manner, by recitation g- ..
& GORE I i that the department is unofficially advised PS = 0 H-
I speeches singing the "Star-Spangled ,... 0 Hcr 0
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I by the British embassy that it O o : < 2. .
j Banner," "The Red, White and Blue," is understood that shipments of rosin o 51 CD ---J.: c r1p ,....

New Modern G I"America," etc. I I to Italy may now go through without z. CD a 3 ;- =' ::s C/3
Grocery Our tourists stopping with us will I hindrance as in the case of shipments .. COrf c.. CD ---.1 +
give a tourists' entertainment at the =
to Holland."I CD : . caX -
I chapel next Thursday evening for the .
have the honor to be, sir, !
Phone 200 benefit of the church and society. A "Your obedient servant, a- 5 o I
silver offering will be taken at the
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I (Signed) "W. J. Bryan. .
I door. Mrs. Minnie B. Reynolds, who
6 and 8 East Pine
St. has traveled extensively in the Holy I Get the news first in the Sentinel.
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I The fact that I am closing out my entire business, is sufficient reason' Ii I

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

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

will stop when every article is sold. Come in and [lookl) around. Y ou' ,

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


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W. M. GLENN ' ' 'Edit.i The new residence of Mr. and :Mrs
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w. c. ESSINGTON .Bu.ine..ManazeiEntered
---- F. W. Genung, at 706 Colonial Drive, I PASTOR HERE I Estate BargainsFor
at the poatoffice at Orlando. Flor--
Ida. as Second Clara Mail Matter. was finished the early part of the I Rev. W. C. Covert, D. D., pastor of

SUBSCRIPTION RATES week and Mr. Genung and wife and the First Presbyterian: church of Chicago j t Sale by Us Exclusively We Are Always t

Daily 1 Year ........................ 15.Ol I .111., arrived in Orlando yesterday -
Daily. < Months ...................... 2.50 Mrs. A. Ruth Annable, who arrived i in 1 I Modern seven room residence -
...................... 1.25 afternoon over the Atlantic Coast
Daily.Daily. 1 3 Month Months,...................... .60 Orlando the first of October from :1 Line for a short visit to Mr. and Mrs. I *on Lake Minnie: for the First to

Weekly. 1 Year .........:.:.:...... lUJ Waverly, New York, and who have W. S. Branch. only $3500.
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN been residing with :Mr.: and Mrs. Carl: I' -xx-xx-
ADVANCETO I Beautiful 75x1 55,dandy
Jansen on the corner of Lake and< I TAFT MARSHAL VISITORMr. of Lake I
ADVERTISERS: view Lucerne. Act
Palmer streets, occupied it )"esterdayand ; I Herbert Tice, of Taft, was ual value $2000 Owner will "Spring"i
Cepy for display and all ether hand-at .
ad.rrti..inr mast he handra in at the Buoineioffice enjoyed their first meal which among the well known Orange county sacrifice for Si6co.
of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. n. citizens transacting business in the only i
the day before publirali This rale applit was dinner in their Florida home.
to rhanres for contract advertising: it i iInvariably i. j metropolis 'esterday.Ir.. Tice is the Two beautiful homes on
and will be strictly adhered to. The residence is built in the bungalow I Newwe
style is modern in efficient marshal of that prosperous Lake Eola. Owner must sell. Something
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel diomnE every respect little and while his
E tinned should notify the "if..,. in writing; on and contains six rooms besides j city, duties as one Price of either only ::6oco. I
the date of expiration. otherwise it will be of the chief custodians of the peace
continued at the rerular subscription rate reception hall, bath room and closets I
. are not arduous, he keeps an eye open Several new California bun-
j is rec"tv'I.FRIDAY
until notice to !top The walls and all the
T.Lnh... Ranh e . -..... 21 are plastered i constantly for law breakers. galows ready to move into
woodwork in natural finish.
t FEBRUARY 19, 1913. The building/ presents a strikingly; I -xx-xx- $1800 up to $3000.Cooper' .

handsome appearance and speaks well 'I GEORGIAN COTTON BUYERMr.
I make hit I It' : Geo. A. Beaden, a large cotton
When sqme men fail to a forIr. Genung's good taste in the
buyer Madison, Ga., is in Orlando & Atha
they fix the responsibility on < selection of plans. For outward
t' j visiting his brother-in-law. Geo.
and handsome
hammer. beauty finishing/ con-
I E. Nolan, cashier of the Orlando 114 South Orange Are., Ground Floor
venience and comfort the home
--pIf new <
F. you want to be well informed of Mr. and Mrs. Genung- second to : Bank and Trust Company. Mr. Bea- Phone No. 311

r take a paper. Even a paper of pins none in that popular section of Or- i' den will visit his friend, Mr.: W. G.

i will give you points. lando, which is noted for its pretty Holmes' president of the Citizens -- emphasize an advance exhibition of
k flank of Eustis, before I
returning I
i m O- homes. Contractor F. A. Peppercorn ,1 i
r It takes a man a long time to learn was the builder.Mr. : home.
I- that he can do more for himself than and Mrs. Genung/ are perfectly r -xx-xx- VENEER CORES Ii
anyone will do for him. delighted with Orlando and they will : RETURNING TO JAMAICA: I MILLINERYAND

-- not'go north until the latter part of Mr. Archibald II. Ritchie, II. M. en'l $1.25

The exploits of the submarine may June.Ir.. Genung hopes that during fomoligist to the department of a
Per Strand
! Up I
lead to the construction of a battle- his absence he can so arrange his; culture Jamaica after spending' ri-I
ship that can dive as well as swim. business affairs in New York that he week in Orlando at the U. S. entomological FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND
, When women go to voting, men the entire year. Yothers, left yesterday on his return, I Orlando Wood Yard II''
l may advertise sales to keep them !going by way of Miami and Cuba. I j READYTOWEARDistinctive

f away from the polls on election' day. GREAT THRONGS WATCHED LIVING B. W. Kingsley, Proprietor :
o MODELS YESTERDAYA A counterfeit smile is one that I' I
II III Telephone 34:
The board of trade of Tarpon I starts at the lip instead of at the 0-30 I

! Springs is making preparations to novel feature was introduced in ,heart. I and characteristic are the new

ship a car load of Florida oranges to Orlando yesterday by the Yowell 1 u u l Millinery shapes, and destined to be extremely -

the poor in New York city. That is Duckworth Company when the public '- popular. Such names as the follow
what we call doing things. viewed the living models who showednew I
ing will be household words:
o suits, dresses and fine millinery II f
t And now. with our fun making period in the big show windodw on Orange I
passed!;!; let us get down to the avenue. From 10 to 12 o'clock and I
, solid things of life, pressing for a I I "The Tipperary""Chin
<" From 2 to 4 o'clock a vast throng :
greater Tampa and a greater aspa- I
t rilla fiesta in 1916. Tampa Times. witched the young lady and yount! I I II
|t Confound these new-fangled words. gentleman as they displayed the latest -I I Chin"

t any way. "Fiesta" means headaches, fashions in ladies' and gentle-

r sore feet, tired eyes, weak backs, bent men's wearing apparel. The window I "Tommy Atkins"Our

E purses, and a dull feeling of nausea. was prettily decorated. The gowns Lake Eola !
and Eola Park
i o worn by Miss Anna Fish were exqui
: NOTE PLEASE- site, while Mr. Charles Rock, Jr., not! I
Ready-to-Wear Department already -
Beginning today the Sentinel publishes to be outdone was attired in many

j a Daily Sport Letter written of the up to the minute spring fash- shows characteristic individuality. .

r by a New York sporting expert. ions and patterns in men's suits. The All the new tones and half tones of r.
These letters will be found on page interest. displayed by the public was "Silent"I I
f Puttee, Sand, Battleship Gray,
t two. With the approach of the base- very great, many remaining for the The time is now ripe for an investment in this par-
ball season the coming of the Birmingham Full two hours' showing. tones and neutral tints are already expressed -

\ Barons to Orlando the latter ticular section of the city. Property well bought will be in charming suits and dainty dres-
part of this month for the train- LETTERS TO TilE SENTINELPoughkeepsie

and the general baseball
I, ing trip certain of I have two
absolutely producing a profit. or ses.Look
fever in the air, the letters and articles N. Y. the new styles over they are edu-
\ should prove timely. Editor South Florida Sentinel: .
o- We receive the Sentinel each week three offerings which I can recommend as sure MONEY- cational. "
It has been shown, by an unbiased and are always delighted to read the
I investigation recently made that "in news from Orlando and Orange county MAKERS.Call .

spite of the war" those retail stores in general.I .
I of the country that have been advertised am a "Florida cracker" as you and let me show them to you. y
t t "more than usual" have been fill know, and was born and raised

f doing/ "as much business as in peacetimes near Orlando.I SILKSAn

f ," and in many instances more. hope to- be back next winter, for I
: 'The same investigation revealed that the balmy sunshine is good enoughor
f the losses:: of business occurred in instances I yours truly instead of snow andre I extraordinary cash purchase en-
in the winter time. So keep the
where the merchant
ables us to offer, much below market val-
adopted a policy of retrenchment in Sentinel' coming.
newspaper advertising. These are With best wishes, I am yours truly, S. Y. WAY ues one of the most popular all pure Silk

the facts, not theories.ClearwaterSun. O. E. WOFFORD. Fabrics for the coming season."Cascadeux .

o AI'ANESE SUE CANTALOUPE I Insurance and Real Estate Agent
The Tampa Tribune is at the Tam- EXCHANGE FOR $3,468,000
pa Times again with both feet. This
Los Angeles, Cal., Feb. 17.-Twen- I
time the estimable Trib takes a pot PHONE 172
members of the Western Cantaloupe -
shot at D. B. McKay who is opposedto y-five
commission government. McKayis Exchange are defendants in ideal for Suits, Dresses, Separate

manager of the Times and mayorof a damage suit in the United States Skirts, Dust Coats, etc. In a full range of
the The Tribune concludesits district court for $3,468,000. Japanese -
biting editorial with- cantaloupe growers of the Imperial all the new tones and colorings, includingBlack

Will the Tampa Times please tell ; Valley, Cal' are plaintiffs and --
us how its own manperial form- liege that they were victims of a I a
"one-man government" if you please rust: combination. New York pro- I 40 inches wide, The Regular Selling is-
works? If there is anything wrong members of the ex- I
with it what is it And why is it? I hange.duce buyers are I $2.50 yard, Our Special Price

But Oh nevertheless, well, such is commission life in a large govern-city!J I I I M- . . . c . . . . . . . . . 1. . . .'; .-;-; ; . ; I . .'. ; -;;I . I III

ment will eventually come to Tampa, I MThe Our Special

so why not now?o ,II Proprietors ofTHORNTONPARK Price - $1.75Don't


CITIES- fail to see this exquisite Fabric.
Something weird, startling, inexplicable -i I: .

: maddening, mysterious, fren- '
zied, hydrophobiazed, baffling, paralyzing I

/ and eruptive is going on be- Cordially invites to inspect their property. They
tween W. Powell of the ClearwaterSun I you

and II. R. II. George A. McClel-Powellis promise not to trouble you with numerous interviews !
lan of the Florida Metropolis. I

beating the air and tearing his hair \ or you to buy. Just let them show you these i
in ten thousand incom- press !
and swearing
prehensible languages that Jax is the I beautiful near-in lots and quote prices. Shade trees, M

in the Manger; that the city hasa IVES

is heart selfish like; that a hunk it of tried cheese to ;murder that it I fruit trees, sidewalks, electric lights. Ii IiI :

Tampa; and all the while II. R. .II. Inquire at 905 E. Central Avenue, on the prem- !

takes Powell seriously-yes. he does;

he raves awhile tries all the satirical ises or ask your dealer.TAYLOR I .DEPARTMENT STORE.
arts of a Voltaire; gets all riled up +,
as a pool' of water stirred by an alli- ;: ...

gator's tail; says a few kind things:;: ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

then a few brilliant, subtle shafts ol The Store of true service, of never-failing courtesy

irony; laughs and gurgles and thE of fair dealing, of trust-worthy merchandise .

poor public has to stand for it. Such: 1 & THORNTON f 'I at right prices
is life in a large state, but ORLANDO FLOUIUA
won't somebody with a sense of justice

trickling through his heart pleas

tip us off and tell us what it's al Proprietors
about? It might be about a stab
know, but somebody .
for all we
fair give us the straight information. .fi.t.Ofi0i4)8'I"'I"'I" la" '. ..' = "IIIIIII"'IIIIIIIIII"I"ttll'tI. -


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-I rlmtlta nrtr y I II RAND JFAVORTE' THEATRE |i''I 11 ir "GET IT AT ALLEN'S" U

I -Edited By Miss Eliza Wright 1 O-n| 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m.

-w Office: telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254WEEKLY Admission, :3c. and lOc. *% J

SOCIAL CALENDAR charming hostess, served a delicious TODAY II II I I II II I III III I I I1111 L i

Feb. 19th20th. salad course. TODAVS PROGRAMFor
-0- the benefit of school children I .
Friday Kil Kare KlubThe I am giving a special matinee for five'
: TI
3 p. m.-Bridge party; Sirs. Lege, Kil Kare Club held its initial cents today. :Mr. C. E. Roussey will '
hostess. meeting Thursday afternoon at the present "OBERITA" in that beautiful II4g
Xullos Club. "Rock of A es" and a great many I fi \
Bridge; Mrs.V.. M. Lege, hostess. home of Mrs. F. A. Wood, No. 1 other beautiful scenes. 1
Saturday Thornton Park. Vocal and instru- Five cents to the school children at
3 p. m.-Belgian Relief card party, mental music, the crochet needles, I today's matinee. j i
Rosalind Club. and a discussion of the plans and pur- Charles Frohman presents jj
7:30 j 10
p. "Everywoman; dra-
matic class, Rollins College. poses of the club made every moment MARIE DOROin AN ANNOUNCEMENTJlr. UP/TO-DATE 0
-oWas lively and enjoyable. The roll call: I I JEWELRY .

a Pretty Party Mrs. Lida Bence, Mrs. W. Clutha her greatest stage triumph F. J. Longdon, a former pastor in eyery form can be seen here at its best. See our wrist watches,

Miss Prudence Malone was the hon- Boardman, Mrs. Naomi L. Feinberg, "THE MORALS OF :\IARCUS"IIR of the Ocoee church, will preach in I bracelets, diamond rings and oil hundred other adornments and'
Miss L. B. H2.11lrs.. F. lone
oree at a pleasant bridge party I Hook the Ocoee Christian church at eleven : V ,ou'll recognize why this lathe 'leading jewelry' hotse In 'own "u
Thursday afternoon, given by; her Wood.Mrs. F. A. R"bo1tIrs.: Frances A. o'clock, Sunday, the 21st of February, I Ij Ask prices and '00'" find still another '..son, II

hostess Miss Augusta. Wright, at her N and Mr. S. C. Brock will preach at I
home on Lake Cherokee. There were - "I night from the following subject: ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.\
four tables of enthusiastic bridge Mrs. Chas. 1*. Dow, chairman of the "What Would Peter Do With the ,

players. The highest score was made hospitality committee for the Belgian Keys of the Kingdom' if lie Were on I' IL cO
by Miss Lillian Smith, the next highest ; relief fund, announces a card party Earth Today?" All are cordially incited : I :;( 0 J::(

by Miss Happersett, and the con- for Saturday, 3 p. m., February 20. to attend these services.-B. E. ,

solation, Miss Miller, dainty prizes at the Rosalind Club. Admission 25 :Melendy pastor.

being given. Miss Wright was as- cents. CHARMING EFFECTS \
sisted in serving a salad and cream I -
are produced by the new wall papers:
course by her mother and sister and Mrs. Otto J. A. Grasse and two ( I shown here exclusively. A HK>m

little Miss Augusta Bier. The guests children arrived yesterday afternoonto LucerneTODAY papered with any of these new wall

for the afternoon were Misses Jean be the guests of Mrs. Grasse's t .and ceiling paperings will take on a

Person, Lillian Smith, Alma DeLaney, mother, :Mrs. Harold Bourne at her new, brigher and more refined' at-

Mayme Thornton, Vida Miller, Guilda home on Lake Cherokee."EVERYWOMAN. w; ') mosphere. You'll regret it if 'you

Happersett, Gage, Lucy Gage, Smith, l select] your new wall papers witHout

Elizabeth Branham, Alta Wright, : seeing these. t.
Mrs. Thomas Brodwater, and Mrs. i Big special vaudeville attraction

Gordon Wright. Presented by the Class in English i iI "THE SCHULTZES" I! Orlando Paint & Wall Pape Co

- I Drama, Rollins College, Ljman i iI and "Snip," the dog that pra's.// 205 S. Orange Avenue \
Mrs. Abberger Entertained at Five
Feb. 20
Hundred I Gymnasium I Dynamiters of classy comedy. i i t
261 I
Mrs. J. A. Abberger entertained delightfully While "Everywoman" is absolutelya i ''\i WI Direct from the Keith Circuit. I I
yesterday afternoon at her -
modern play as regards characteri- I ,
home on Liberty street at five hun-
zation, action and environments, it is uTilE LOST RECEIPT'A t
dred. The card tables were arrangedin fashioned after the model of the an- A Paramount Picture in five big Reliance feature !
special complete -
living room, was effectively VALENTINES[ { AND {
decorated. cient morality plays, those productsof parts. in two parts. I II'
the fourteenth and fifteenth centu- I
Several interesting were enjoyed
games -
ries of which "Everyman" is the best
after which scores were com- j s .
known example. "ONLY A FARMER'S DAUGH- .
pared, and the players making the

highest and lowest scores were pre- woman"While is every symbolical character of various in "Every-ab- HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA"Mr. TER" j All kinds and prices to suit a31
sented with prizes. A Keystone comedy. Null sed. i
stract virtues, vices and conditions, I
Mrs. J. B. Lawton won first prize,
Get yours
prettily embroidered linen work bag. still they are concrete types of actualmen tastes and pocket books.
and women of today. The ob- No advance in prices for this

with Miss a Sarah miniature Briggs antebellum was presented"'blackmammy" ject is to present an allegory, in the Fritz Hauer will also appearin big show. while the assortment is good.W. JI
shape of a stage play, sufficiently
as the winner of the lowest.
dramatic and soul-stirring in its story his pleasing solo
The guest prize, a handsome linen BRANCH 'a
handkerchief case, was presented to and action to form an attractive en- First Floor ________5c. and lOc. S. ,
tertainment, quite apart from its t
:Mrs. DeLoste.At psychological 'significance.For White Balcony ____5c. and lOc. The Arcade Book and Music Store
the conclusion of the the
game j'
card tables were laid with dainty coverings those who might be inclined to Colored Balcony ____5c. and lOc A
criticise, we will say that the dramais
and a salad course was served.
presented by an advanced class in -------
The hostess was assisted in serving
i the study of English, a class which lOc. 20c.A -
by her sister, Mrs. DeLoste, of Indiana .
I thoroughly understands the purpose
and Mrs. Wm. House, of Atlanta ,

Those enjoying the afternoon with i LARGE PICNIC FOR NEW ENGLAND -
Mrs. Abberger were: Mrs. S. II. Alle-
man, Mrs. Wm. House, Mrs. J. n.1 Established 1886
Lawton, Mrs. S. H. Ather, Mrs. Todd, Members of the New England As-
Mrs. O. S. Robinson, Mrs. Josiah Fer- Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Wheelock and sociation will meet at the Tourist

ris, Mrs. A. J. Nye, Mrs. DeLoste, Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Legler, of Cleveland Headquarters at 9.30 a. m. February
Miss McKee, Miss Rita Lawton, Miss 0., are registered at Rossmore 22, to take bus for picnic grounds at CURTIS & O'NEAL

Sarah Briggs.Charming. Inn, Windertnere. x x x :\Ir.V.. O. President Dow's camp on Lake Con-
-o- Jeffries and son, of Indianapolis, are way. The fare for the round trip
Guest I I spending a few days at Rossmore Inn. will not exceed 50 cents. INSURANCE LOANS

xxx Mr. A. R. Callow, Cleveland, All persons desiring to attend must
Miss Edna E. Braddner is the
0., has joined his friend, Mr. W. B. notify the secretary, C. II. Swasey,
charming: house': guest of Miss Marian
Gongwer, at Rossmore Inn. P. O. Box 89, by Saturday morning.
tMcCullough for the week, at her homeon .
At the meeting last evening fifty-
Amelia avenue. Many delightful
three signified their desire to attend.
social affairs are being given in her DESERVE FINANCIAL SUPPORTThe
Each will
person provide sufficient
food for their party, which will be
- girls of the Cathedral school
donated to the common supply; also
U. D. C. :MeetingThe basket ball team will sell candy at drinking cups for same.

U. D. C. meeting at the homeof the Grand theatre Saturday night. Each person will be supplied witha FOU RENT---Bungalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main
Those who have bought candy from
Mrs. Howe on East Central avenue badge bearing his r.me.. The party
these girls before know enough to be
yesterday afternoon was a important Street.
very will return to Orlando before dark.OSTEOPATHY.
business meeting as well as a on hand early as the supply is never *
delightful social time for the Daugh equal to the demand for these home-

ters. Mrs.. John T. Fuller, second made sweets. The girls played good Seven Room House, South Orlando.

vice-president, called the meeting to ball this year and deserve the.financial -

order in the absence of the presidentand support of the home people.
the fir vicie-president.. DR. J. C. HOWELL Two New Five Room]Houses, South West Orlando.
Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon .
The mtter of Dinner and dance
beautifying the Con- at P.ossmore Inn Kirksville Graduate
federate lot at he cemetery received Friday night. 2-19-ltc Consultation Free

much attention, and plans were made Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan -
to have walks laid and the lawn sod I Fools oftimes rush in and win while HoteL
Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
ded.Irs.. Howe, who is always 'a wise men investigate. Orlando, Fla. IIIIIIIIIIMM l" iiiitiii . .11.1.1111111.1111.

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DODGE BROTHERS,\,. 30x3 ___________$!>.oo 37 x 5 __________$32.20 _

i MOTOR CAR. 30 x 3 / _______11.60 36
x 41/ ----____?27.35; '.
32 x 3l/_ ________$13.35 I
'\ Qualities which the eye cannot see---fine work- 33 x 4 :_________$1!>.05 x 4'/2 --------$26.00

fine 34 x 4 __________$20.50 36 x 4.__________$20.50
manship, adjustment of parts and fine balance---

reveal themselves in the way the car sticks to the I
Station. All
road We Have a Service
at high speed.PHILLIPS.

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: I. W. Phillips & Sons Orlando Auto Supply Co. '
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CUT PRICESTO I FOR nice SALE-Would winter home you in like Orlando to havea --1.-.1..1 ) L;J'. Ia"tll c111C1: Sl1.iI1.g.1e:
where you could raise your own vegetables -
and strawberries, keep chickens -
GETREADY and have orange, grapefruit and
tangerine trees? Not too far from
WANTSThe the center of town; just at the city
CASH limits, on a magnificent street shaded
with all oaks, on the road to the
Country Club. If so, buy this gem.
It has five large, high ceilinged sun-
Morning Sentinel Want ny rooms, and bath, newly painted
65 acres, Sanford and Orlando Directory is the Greatest Want and papered, facing two streets. ORLANDO :
Ad Medium in Orlando. I Price only $2,000. Circumstances
Brick Road.
compel us to sell. Address "Winter
Terms Cash in Advance. Home," care Sentinel office, Orlando.
5 Room House, close in. Easy 2-10-tf

Terms. For One Day RATES_____________.23t; FOR SALE-On account of poor
Grove. For Three Days ____________SOc health,the undersigned hereby offers Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection LimeOrlando's
1 Lot in Highland For Six Days _______________75c for sale at a bargain, his desirable .
2- For One Month ---_________$2.50 property located at the corner of
Lots Concord Park ---------- -------
,. 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 ..
Seminole Park Lots tains more than 25 words the rate class neighborhood; and convenientto
will be one cent per word for school business, lake and park.
Acerage, 3 miles out, easy each additional word, for each in- Owner will sell all, or part, cash or
terms. sertion.If terms. Property consists of nice new
you can't bring your ad to bungalow, fronting on Ridgewoodavenue / re4i''tUAiu
We will do business on any of the office telephone No. 24. Ac- has six rooms and large tyeui1'fl
the above. counts opened by telephone will be ceiled basement with flue, suitable for
payable the following day. kitchen or laundry; lot 47x85 feet;
house unfurnished. Price 2100.
Every Home-Every Business- Also, nearly new, two-story six-
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

Watkins Block PHONE 504 $1,950. I all SNOBEN
FOR SALE Also a beautiful connecting corner
lot, 70x8.; feet, fronting on two
streets, and graded for basement
FOR SALE-Gentle horse, Macey
-For FineWATCH
wagon, and buggy. Apply 411 building. Price $1.000. For cash anda
CLOCK and West street. 2-18-Gt quick sale owner would dispose of
all of the above to one party, for Largest and Cheapest

JEWELRY REPAIRINGcall FOR SALE-Leaving] city; player $4,300. E. N. COY. 2-2-lmoc

piano and music at half price; or
on C. VATER whois will trade for city lots -or land closein. FOR RENT: FURNITURE HOUSECor
Address Box 733. 2-17-3t
an expert at this trade
FOR QUICK SALE-Will sacrifice FOR RENT-Two large rooms with
with many years experience country store doing thousand dollars kitchen and bath room, in a brand
monthly business. Ill health new house; close in; furnished or un Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
at Youngs Repair Shop owner's reason for selling. Address furnished. Inquire at the office of ,
Lock Box 144, Orlando, Fla. Florida Real Estate and Investment
Opp. Post Office; Pine StreetOSTEOPATH 2-17-61 Co., above Peoples National Bank.

ISO YOU WANT a nice tittle fruit
and chicken farm, just over city FOR RENT-Smal! flat modern con-
limits, at bargain price? 6 room veniences, unfurnisLed. Jas. A. (
bungalow, furnished; 120 fruit trees; Knox. 11-3-tf
1,000 pineapples bearing; good land;
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER a nice place at a great bargain. Cash, NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
or will sell on easy terms. Owner to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
Office corner Orange Avenue and goingnorth soon and must selL Call 10-25-tf

Phone Church 419.St., Davis & McNeil Bldg., at 2-17-41 733 West Central avenue, Orlando. WANTED: Eventuallv You Will Use

FOR SALE-Rhode Island Red eggs
for setting; fine stock; $1.00 for 13. GOOD job and ad. compositor wants
Mrs. Calder. Phone 708. 2-3-lmoc position; steady, reliable; no road-
ster; best of references. Address .
$1000Corner FOIL SALE-35 h. p., five passengerauto X. Y. Z., care Sentinel. 2-17-3t

. in good running order. Owner : ,
leaving city. Rare bargain at $450. GAS
Address, 94 Lakeview avenue, city. WANTED-Respectable, middle-aged H
2-16-Gt woman who desires home to act as
lot Colonial
on housekeeper. Light work. Address

FOR SALE OR EXCHANGEFortyacres "Housekee ei"," care Sentinel.
2-17-6t .
Drive East near Jacksonvile, Fla., for
sale or exchange; what have you?
Address, 94 Lakeview avenue, Orlando. WANTED-Salesman and solicitor
and Broadway facing Fla. 2-lG-6t with auto; also two salesmen with-
out autos. Inquire Singer Sewing FOE
FOR' SALE-One galvanized iron Machine Co., 43 East Pine street.
Park Lake. tank, holds about 100 gallons. In- 2-16-tfs
quire at 115 East Amelia avenue.
2-16-3t LOST-35x41-2 automobile tire on
rim. Finder will please return to
FOR' SALE-New house; fine loca- J. L. Dillard, Winter Garden Fla., and
tion; 7 rooms, bath, extra toilet; all and receive reward. 2-17-tfc Cooking HeatingBecause
PHONE 567 modern improvements; large veran-
das; large lot. Also several fine, LOOK-18! desirable city building
large lots. Owner, 114 East Concord lots, fine locations; prices very low,
avenue, near Magnolia. 2-13-Gt terms easy. Apply to W. II. Eaton,
owner, 215 South Main street, oppo-
it is the convenient
FOR SALE My flock of choice s. c. site Methodist church. Phone 99. most most
White Leghorn hens; hatched last 2-14-6t
April; Young's strain; laying heavilynow. and efficient fuel known.
"DIXIE LIMITED"Between Right price to quick buyer.W. ESTRAYED-Long horned, part Jersey cleanly most
K. Hale, R. 1, Orlando, Fla. 2,13 cow; white spot in forehead.
Telephone 636, or inquire W. T. En-
FOR SALE-Buick touring car, fully trican. 2-18-tfc Why not begin today as a Gas User?

equipped; speedometer, Presto tank,
etc. A bargain. Act quick. Call at Warman will deliver that parcel or
J cksonville. Chicago and St. Loris Ford Garage, Church street. 2-12-tf 2-5-1mo note for ten cents; just call 296. You will save time, labor and expense.

Reestablished 6 1915
January ,
FOR SALE-Five room cottage, all
modern conveniences, completely YOUNG COUPLE want furnished or
Northbound Daily Southbound furnished, 307 Broadway avenue. Apply unfurnished house; good location.
9:35 am Lv. Jacksonv'e Ar. 7:30pm to Mrs. McDade, 312 Broadwayavenue. Can give reference. Address P. O.
5:08 pm Ar. Macon Lv.11:45 am 1-27-lmo Box 435. 2-14-tfc
, 8:03pm Ar. Atlanta Lv. 8:35 am
12:18 am Ar. Chattan'ga Lv. 4:37 am FOR SALE-A good city residence,
4.50 am Ar. Nashville Lv.12.10 am with all modern conveniences; part Ring 296 and we do the rest, for
lOc Warman's Parcel Delivery Ser- ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
9:28 am Ar. Evansville Lv. 7:30piQ cash balance on time. Address
635pm Ar. Chicago Lv.11:30 am "Owner," care Sentinel office. vice. 2-5-lmo

2:59 pm Ar. St. LouiS--Lv.2:15 pm 2-7-lmoc

FOR SALE-Five passenger touringcar Umbrellas recovered and repaired GAS DEPARTMENT
Solid Train
CompartmentObservation in A-I condition; chei> for "while you wait," at Young's Repair
cars, Standard Pullman cars and cash Dr. Shop, 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc
coaches, between Jacksonville andChicago. or good mortgage. Taylor,
Standard Pullman sleepers 905 East Central avenue. Phone 696.
Jacksonville to St. Louis.DINING 1-4-tf BUYERS AND SELLERSI
buy, sell rent, and change real I
FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., ------ -----------
CARS and tools best farm in county; variety over 30 years. Have handled over
fruits 1,600 trees; elegant up- 20000000. Call and see m.!!. I
to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
Atlantic Coast Line 'I., Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk own- fin Pioneer Paint &Wall
er. 1-16-tfc TRACY & MOORE, CARPENTERSHouse lets e PaperSlofe
of all kinds done ,
repairs Fir F Sal
Standard i
Railroad of the SouthJ. FOR SALE Story & Clark upright promptly; repairing of leaky roofs; I r (

grand piano won by Miss Myrtle screen doors and windows a specialty; : Has alvrays en hand a large and well selected
G. KIRKLAND Weeks in the recent contest will be sleeping porches counters, shelving ,
D. P. A '
Grade Varnishes
I stock of Wall'Papers. High Paints
sold for benefit of Baptist church garages, office fixtures; window and ,
Tampa. Florida. building fund. Piano may be seen door frames made to order. Get our I Brushes, Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies.
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. prices. 18 East Church street. A --
Weeks. Washington street. I postal will bring us. 1-11-lmo

-: "" -" '\" FOR SALE Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST .-. y .orange grove; has been I ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU. -

Terms to Suit Purchaser set out a year; select budded trees,
Good citrus and truck land, cleared,
; in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots, on orange and grapefruit; there are i FINDLEY'S PIONEERPHONE
brick road to be built this two I
Recently of New York
the located on
miles from Orlando. Phone 1024, 4 111-2 acres in grove; I 67 Corner Pine and Court

DR. L. H. RAMSDEU rings, or white II. G. Jackson, R. F.D. Over Curtis & O'Neals, Orange Ave. Lake Jem Mary, between Lake ConI I
No. 2, Orlando, for appointment.
OPTOMETRIST 2-14-lmo 24d&wlmPHONE and Lake Jennie Jewel, 3-4 of a I .
(Saec Mor tw Dr. C. F. Li&Uo.1 way l ..- .
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ORLANDO 'LCltm FOR SALE mile from Pine Castle road soon to I
75 suitable for citrus culture 646
WE FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSESAND be bricked new to date seven room
and truck farming, bordering on a ; up i
DO ALL KINDS OF lake and has one-half mile AUTO FOR HIRE
pretty house; good large barn and other ; The 14arLtOF : :
OTTCAL REPAIRING frontage on the Orlando to Sanford
brick road this frontage being adapted FIRST CLASS REPAIRING- buildings. This proposition is for" :
for nice home sites; could be subdivided BARNARD & SON CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
Established 1870 into 40 building plots 60x200 quick sale on easy terms. Inquire of ; OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
feet each, leaving about 60 acres for
R. E. COCHRAN CO., Inc. citrus fruits and truck farming; five 17 Hughey Street Jrlando, Fla. J. B. Magruder, Jr., office in Arcade; I II I FRESH AND SALT MEATS

132 Park Place, New York minutes walk to railroad station, 12-10-iin conditions
or see owner I I Kept under the best sanitary
Wholesale Dealers and Commission stores, hotel, school and churches.
When you consider location and good !i Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
Merchants in Florida
Orangesand transportation facilities with other Dr. S. S. Jones
Grapefruit advantages the property's real valueis G. M. BISSELL, ; and pure.
We inrite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We hay
Represented by $7,500. It is owned by a non-resi-
dent who needs money. He author- CHIROPRACTOR everything in the Meat Line.
Geo. W. Tull. Orlando, Fla. at l-28-lm
izes me to sell it for $3,000. Who- graduate Davenport College, 17 and grove
Liberal advances made on con ever "buys this property gets a bargain. 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone
signments. For further particulars, call on 209. Intelligent people everywhere HL :I. Self & Oo.

R. E. Cochran, President.T. I r. O. Young room 10. McN'eill & {j I I are being restored to health by chiropractic -
Davis building Church PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
L. Turney. Treasurer. corner street I adjustments, the new science
q n<* Orange avenue Orlando. j I of removing the cause of disease. Examination -
l-22-2m 1-31-tfc I Get the news in the Sentinel first.
free. 12- -1-1mo


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(By W. S. Branch) I
Opera :ECO-u..s ;

The Xew York city municipal lodg- .

Y 3, ing house requires every man who WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24thA
wishes a free bed for the night to take :

a bath and sleep in a clean night 150 I
shirt. This is very properly consid- Battleship Full of THErHE

a ered a necessary sanitary precaution. : 8 IX
{ out the New York papers report that .
Entrancing Mexican :\mxlCoi
: even during the coldest weather there
:3i are hundreds of men who will l sty i 1-3 TilISMaidens

out on the street and suffer with the I pEe TIME
cold rather than take the warm bathin PLE

) iPj the lodging house. As cleanliness : I

i> usually accounted next to godliness]
possibly these men are afraid they The Laugh of Your Life SEE

i ILt will be considered as approaching: to MUTT
j ; j piety if they take a bath.


There may be people who are

smarter than you are, but you never I TAKE

; meet them. I IN MEXiCO 1'Ell.t

Women waste a lot of time in try-

mir to reform men that are not worth -- __ _- -- _ WITH
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Tht members of Modern Woodmen

nfnieiica of Orlando Camp No I Ij OF TilE CENTURY I EVERYTHINGTOUT.
)'::117 i wish to extend their thank :
r uid appreciation to Mr. Mac Tal'.m] :'r
r for running the reel entitled 'The I A Gl-S HILL SilO' AND l'l'
Man Who Came Back at the Lucerne I rI
I theatre on Wednesday, February 17. Seats on Sale lt nrTTS CANDY SilO I'.

---- -- J. M. BRADY, Clerk. Best Seats 51.00. Prices $1.00, 7:>c., :50c.



LIVINGSTON GLOBE tomato plantsfor -- --------- -- - - -- --- -- - -
Literature on vital statistics urging Program for silver medal contestto
Well known artists of New York sale. Apply at Central Garden.
concede that Helen] McKellervlio municipalities to pass ordinances providing be held at Conway Baptist church $20 West Central avenue. 2-19-St ) . . ....fsSEAL.. . . . . . . . . .II..III.IIII.
Friday evening, February 19, at 7:30
for the registration of births
plays Lily! Wagner in "Today, which o'clock
comes to the Lrrerne theatre Wednesday and deaths is being mailed by the : FOR SALE-Practically new Ford
t I Scripture, by lion. Geo. Crawford. touring car, at a bargain. Come t
February 24, has the most artis- state board of health to all clerks of I IMl1ii1J:1ities i Song, "A Saloonless Nation in quick. Ford Garage. 2-19-3t ESTATE.
tic hands the Those
on stage today. "
which have not this | 1920. i
hands realize every artistic deman-l FOR SALE-Best truck farm in Prosper -
law, to all women's clubs,and to all | Reading, "Tommy Brown," by :Miss if
for sale at bargain
as to size, line, grace and beauty. I 1 Colony a
Hands as dramatic as those of the' boards of trade or similar organizations : Annie Barber. sold in f.O days. Farm consists of 1,",
Heading, "The: Resubmissionist'sStory acres of as good land as there is in J
i together with a draft of tu
Bernhardt, they exercise sortl I
great a
Miss Orange county; 7 acres ir. cultivation! :
of psychic influence upon their m..ne'I j mode! state law being advocated and by Margaret all under fence: fi room house. uto We buy i seil all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If .
Duet, Berle and Mona Perkins.
generally adopted.The and shed feed barn siMe-:
Among artists Miss :McKelTer! 1 b:s wa on
come to be known as the "woman I! State Federation of V.'oir.en'a Reading, "Come and Help Us," Miss corn crib and poultry house: ; crop and you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call
Carrie May Higginbottom. some farming tools go with pl.ue
with the wonderful hands." Clubs has taken up the propositionand .
i r S. S. Bowman, Taft, Fla.219d&wk
Reading, "College]] Oil Cans," by and talk wishes over with us.
In MacDougal Aley, the home of ailed by the state board ofheallh -!moWood's your
are pushing it with determination.In i Miss Dessie McDoupal.
the sculptors, there are a number of ,
The of this firm has had of
Reading, "A Father's Story, by manager years exper-
casts of her artistic fingers. On the the circulars issued by the boardit
stage, where this woman's crt has is advised that commercial organ- ;Miss Amy Spurgeon. sold
Vocal Productive ience dealing in Florida investments, having over a
solo Miss
Orthella Lloyd.
izations should be realize the
scored with the Belasco] forces, and quick
in important roles at the then New value! in accurate statistics of health- Piano solo, Miss Aldis] Helms.] I million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last
fulness to help draw visitors and set- Cornet solo, Mr. Donald Helms. i
Theatre; and now in "Today, Miss Seed Corns.
Piano solo, Miss Jesse Pedrick.
McKeller's hands, have been called tlers to localities they are developing.: two years.
"speaking hands," and no truer trib- Valuable information is given on I Cornet solo, Mr. Charles Limpus. We offer all the best prize-win- i
ute could be paid them. various points of the proposed law Vocal solo, Miss Lois Pedrick. ning and profit-making varieties. We are well posted on the values of all classes and :
I Proceeds to be given to Belgian] relief The high price at which corn is
and collecting: of data for 1914 is
That they should appeal to the contained -
fund. selling should encourage increased kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all tI
artist whose eye is ever on the alert in the circular. It is hoped I acreage and the planting of improved -
for the beautiful is not I that by extensive: work the movementwill varieties of seed corn every- I i
surprising; I'' Mr. J. O. Breniver has returned where. ; bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real
but it is jest as impossible for the be taken up in every town in
'I f'1oric1,. home> from Orlando where he enjoyed Wood's De :c'-":*!ve Catalog; I 1
ordinary to lacai : T::: ; Estate Bargains.
eje paso: ;i. c. I a brief sojourn, the guest of gives full descriptions: and informa- .
instantly claim attention and make tion about all the best and most improved -
themselves felt. They are such capa- I NEW POSTASTEItPPOl"TED: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dann. Mr. Breniver varieties, telling what to !
went down to attend the Orange plant to make largest and most -
ble hands as well, for with them :Miss I
I county fair.-Times-Union. profitable crops.
McKeller paints, drives, hunts, sews I.
-in fact, does all the things that the I .-J. II. Pegram, postmaster We arc also headquarters for I

well rounded womanly woman woulddo I at Orange Springs, Marion BIG SALE Millets, Sorghums, WAmNG.[ REAL ESTATE[ COMPANY

county, Fla., has been separated from
so that they are not pampered I Cow Peas, Soja Beans, .J,..
hands. Instead, they denote firmness, his job by the postoffice department I
and are palpably for use in the attainment and Andrew P. Wimberly has just FEBRUARY 21 Sudan & Rhodes Grass, I R. D. WARING, Manager .
been appoined to succeed him. Big sale of Georgia and Tennessee and all Seasonable Seeds.
of ideals which their artistic
horses end mules in Orlando at
proportions bespeak for their owner. The following new postoffice appointments J. B. Magruder, Jr.'s Stables] on. Write for Catalog. and prices of i ; Rooms 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 6.'J1: I .
Cleanliness, reasonable care and also are announced: Wednesday. February lath, at 12:30p. any required.T. I | " I 11-15-tf
use is her formula, not the beauty Baldwin, Duval county, Mrs. Ruby m. L. E. Bates will arrive in the II
Morris. city Friday morning, the 19th, with W. WOOD & SONS I
aids prescribed by manicurists. two car icnds of fine horses and . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
,. When a tribute was paid to her Lone Oak, Franklin county, Her I mules. The horses consist of heavy SEEDSMEN, Richmond, Va.
wonderful hands, :Miss McKeller explained Lert L. Fo\\ler. irsft: horses, farm horses matched
Lewis K teams, fancy drivers saddlers and
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"I am naturally ,grateful if my : Reed. gene consist.1 of purpose matched horses.teams The and single mules LUCERNE THEATRE a'd:' K1?i Feb. 24
hands denote anything worth while, (II The postofTices at Lone Oak and mules weighing 1,000 to 1,300 pounds. ,
as I frankly confess that mere con- Paters are newly established offices. Several of these mules are right out
I Mrs. Morris i is the successor of I). of hard work and are a little thin -'
tour would not appeal hard tome
very Matinee 3 P. M.
in flesh, but all good rugged workers. Special $1
Parrish who the
J. resigned
Intelligent, natural enjoymentof I post- Anyone wanting good stock should' 1
the hands is absolutely] necessary mastership at Baldwin. iitend this sale] where you will have !
Thee. have bene given to us for use j j T rs. lima Gurganions has beenlwnrded i "ha"ce to buv "ny kind; j of a horse I
or mule you want. Any one wanting/ I
and without use grow to represent with a permanent appointment I to buy at private sale or exchangecan ONE SOLID YEAR IN NEW YORKTHE
thru character which is indolent: or as postmaster of Euville, HcrI do so any time before the auction

wntnnnless: vain or ignorant."To I I..ando county. obtained through a I sale starts, Wednesday, February 24.u .
she continued, 7-Ith !the 1 :hi! service examination. She is the "fn e\en' reniamirir f.o.=e and twill
be sold] to the highest bidder regardless
development of the mind and the present i i postmaster. I I of what they cost. Don't [ SE/HSATIO/NAU/ DRAMATIC I

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ROTARY-PRESS BREAKFAST IN like a resident of this state, also I r I on the floor. Ella Wheeler feels that I King Gasparilla, commanding his J. H. Humphreys Bradentown Jour | PLEASE NOTICE

TAMPA SAVORED OF THE spoke. I| way heart-throb too, when poems.she's We producing all do. We her loyal subjects and others to repair to nal; J. G. Gallemore, Polk County i i _

GRIDIRON CLUB; A General Haldeman Compliments love the dear, simple-hearted common the Lafayette street bridge to hear Record; S. J. Triplett, St. Cloud Tribune In answering an advertisementwhere I

SUCCESS Tampa peep-ul, who buy our latest night extras the ceremnioes of the day. Harry ; L E. Randall, Seffner Eagle;
General W. B. Haldeman of the I at noon, and whose sad gray Roberts, introduced by Toastmaster M. F. Hetherington, Lakeland Tele- no name i. men+,onet n ne
Feb. 17. Louisville Times, complimented the lives are lightened and refined by our ad. please do not ask! the Sentintr!
(Tampa Times ) I :Mutt and Jeff comics. It is a noble Mahoney, spoke briefly and said the gram; W. A. Allen, Largo Sentinel; :
The product of what Rube Allyn carnival, saying he had seen the New work I am doing-noble; I admit it editors would hear from him later. W. L. Straub St. Petersburg Times; I'I information as to the identity sf.'he

calls "bull" at the Press-Rotary Orleans show many times and had myself." )Mahoney had to leave and Mr. A. M. C. Russell, Palmetto News; D. I advertiser. Usually we do not 1.11"\-,

breakfast this morning was probablythe seen them give shows not so good as I Well, there you are. What could I Wall took the chair calling on Rube L. Rice National Tribune, and many : and if we did, we are not allowed to
after that? Not a word. Willie
largest ever put out in similar the one Tampa had put up this year. had say produced an alibi. And believeme i i Allyn to talk while the coffee circu- 'others. I give out this information. Simply

time in any city of the country. The He expressed the idea that there was if I had found anything yellowon ; lated. I write a letter and address it as per

scribes and the "pharisees" sat down no such winter climate in the worldas I him I should have gone straightto |! And Reuben Came to Town j CONTRACTORR. instructions in the ao.
that of the coast of Florida my friend Anthony Comstock, and
and toasted each other and west ,
together he would have marched right across | As he was hard at it, some one
roasted each other until they were and said that when there is a railroad I Park Row and slapped somebody on slipped out with a bushel of youn I N. SEYMOUR is the man to see HOGS ARE NOT..ECONOMISEi :

all happy, all joyful and all in thor- down the west coast to Key West and the wrist. Honest! But I found nothing -. alligators and slipped one on the" before letting contract, if you are going .

ough: accord with the idea that Florida Cuba Tampa will have 250,000; people I of the sort. table every ten feet. General HaldeI i, to build and want the best house I i The hog is not an eeonom-t. i C
So, gentlemen, I am here to report I
is the best state in the Union and instead of 60000. that there ain't no such animal. Yellow -I man yelled like a soldier. George possible for money invested you feed him sugar he disregard 'e

Tampa is the best city in Florida. It Telegrams were read from Presi- journalism is a myth. It doesn't Ade blushed like a hoosier girl at a I''j P. O. Box 195. LPhone 478. price' That statement conit f ".'.I,

was a grand success and will go dent Mulholland and Shelby of the exist any more than the fabled gal- '! candy pulling and immediately went j 2-lS-lmoe Eovard of Iowa. lie i is spear' _' .

down in history as one of the featuresof International Rotary club, and T. J. ell's lowampus manicure, or type-lice set. All, or editors Willis Pow- after a shoe box to take his home. t! corn belt farmers, btv hi- ani; i I" .

the carnival time. Appleyard of the Florida Press association pure hearted lofty minded souls. You are One skeery editor howled and nearly The wise wife never insists upon be adapted to any state. "I\ h. "

Jack :Mahoney called the meetingto regretting their inability to couldn't bribe one of 'em to exaggerate fell out of his chair. Rube graspedhis : having her own way. She merely hasit who doles out the feed is the <.' .

order and introduced :\Ia'orIc: be present. his circulation, or lie about the by the neck and went on with his and says nothing. mus think of econom','."
)Ir. Crosby of the New York Tobacco climate. No, no! They are sent here
Kay.President among us, as- were the prophets of speech.
:Mahoney announced thatE. who had not been in Tampafor old to the tribes of Israel sent to "Optimism is the spirit of thi
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D. Lambright: would distribute ten years, spoke of the growth of lead us on to higher, nobler lives at state," yelled Rube. "It is not tj pi- -
from one to five cents ad- j I rr
the per copy, 1I
subjects on which the editors expected fied by the slimy, cold creature I
\'ertisingrates on applicationnd
to deliver themselves for twentyto Henry B. Hoyt president of the the only yellow sheets in existenceare 1| hold in my left band, but by th

thirty minute talk Lambright: Jacksonville Rotary club, spoke on to be found in a few Tampa ho- hearts of the people of Florida." Hammond & Gore

did and they were found to weigh the matter of better relations be- : tels, where they use sulphur water in j 1 Then Rube went on to tell of the
stuff! lie tween the two cities and stuck out the
four apiece. Heavy
pounds .
the laundry.ExGoternor I
great privilege had been givento
collected them and there was discussion olive branch in most friendly fash- Gilchrist :Made: a Brief Sewell Ford in seeing William FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I

as to what should be done with ion.Ir. Hoyt is some speaker, too. Address Randolph Hearst and Ella Wheeler

them. George Ade the celebrated humorist Former Governor Gilchri1. spoke Wilcox weep on the floor. Howls of REAL VALUES LOW PRICES

"Burn them," shouted some one. who was brought over from the briefly, as did Lieutenant Commander laugher arose as Rube went on. y

"The country will be better off!" Pines of Pinellas by Peerless Powell Ancrum, the latter expressing the His was the last talk on the Ii-t. : COMPARE

Protest the Bonfire spoke briefly."I wish that he might some day be ableto The Gasparilla fife and drum :

Willis Powell objected strenuouslyto have been in many places" where bring a battleship to Tampa's ': came on and the meeting was broughtto corps BUR FURNITURE
they keep regular boarders, said he. I I
his thoughts being treated thus. great carnival. Judge Bullock of a close the guests being taken
"But folks here in Florida have II
as did Rube Allyn but it did not avail you Ocala also spoke briefly discussing awish down town by the members of the We provide the quality of furniture that has long
the in the world within
them. John Turner lugged in a fry- only country middle to hear from Rube Allyn. I Rotary club. All agreed that it had been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as tbt
48 hours of the great west
ing pan and with due solemnity all The editors were given the oppor- been one of the most successful meet- standard of merit. If an article i is here it i is pood.

the papers were burned. where the people can find respite tunity to introduce themselves in ten ings of the club ever held. It wouldn't l be here were it otherwise. \\ ec.\ 't make

Mahoney then inroduced a man from the rigors of winter. words' talk, but ten words was too No list of the editorial guests was this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stonesof

who he said was Robert E. Sharp "It is a tremendous asset. You little for most of them. A few madea made, but the following were some of : this business, and that means much to my buyer.MCNEILL _
chief inspector of the postoffice department have no idea how many people will try at it, Willis Powell finding it those present from other cities: W. 'I

and Sharp, who looked come to you with the proper urging"Sewell utterly impossible, Rube Allyn faring M. Glenn, Orlando Sentinel; Wayne

much like Fred Warde, began to talk Ford's Contribution little better. Wayne Thomas and Thomas and C. C. Woodward, Plant & DAVIS BLOCK,
Sewell Ford was the next speaker,
"shop" at once. Charley Woodward being modest, Courier Willis B. Powell Clear-
City ; ,
another of the Powell collectionof Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. Orlando
"\\ gentlemen: said he, "the being came a bit nearer tothe mark, but water Sun; Rube Allyn, SarasotaSun .
"lions." Mr. Ford spoke as follows I L ::
failed.A J
Jacksonville Times-Union claims a most of them ; Claud Johnson, Kissimmee;
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circulation of 82,000 and I happen to : proclamation was read from Henry II. Abrams, Tobacco Journal: e 0
When I asked Willis Powellof"ourse
know officially that it sells but eigh
I had to ask Powell. Over in
ty-two papers in the city of Jackson- '
I peerless, pruneless Pinellas, you --
ville every day. The Jacksonville
know he is our guide to conduct, our
Metropolis claims 17,000 and it sells mirror of fashion, our general direc- r PAYXl
sixty papers every day. And, to geta tor of social etiquette. So when I
little closer home, the Tampa Times asked Powell what sort of talk 1

claims"125,000; a day and actuallysells answered should make promptly to you: "Tell this morning'em," sayshe he Great Sale of $19,0

-- "why Rot-arians are rotten." I+
"Enough of this!" shouted Ed. But for once I am going to disregard -

Lambright.: "I know what paper he'll Powell. I don't know what will
happen to me if I do. Maybe I'll be I ONLYSAVE
name next. Why, we brought these
with Straub.
Sun-struck or confused
people here today to entertain them or sand-oil roads. But really, I can't /// / ,' '"ii r
not to expose them"Newspapermen hold forth on any such topic as that, White Beauty
not even to please Powell. I'm not
True Rotarians Says
even sure that you are-well, a bit
Perry Wall overripe. And if I thought you were,
Perry G. Wall delivered an appre- I couldn't get up here after such a
breakfast this has been and
ciation of the Florida press in his as say

best style, calling newspapermen the so.You have been good: to me. For instance Cabinets
original Rotarians.. I note that in your early an- Hoosier
"The motto of Rotary is 'Service,'" nouncements you had me down as a
war correspondent. Thank you for
said he. "The of
newspapermen this
that. I appreciate keenly the kindly
state do more than any others to feeling which prompted such a de
serve the state and they serve more scription. You knew that George
Ade was coming along with me, and
people than others
can. They
ou hesitated to link my name with
furnish amusement, instruction and his. I am much obliged. While I'veno Ends Saturday
edification for millions every day. objection to him personally, you
"The religion of a newspapermanis understand-really he isn't as bad as
he looks-it would have been a sad
and he loses his
optimism never blow to have been listed with him
religion, even in the hardest times. simply as another humorist. I shudder .
lIe preaches optimism all the time when I think of it. Associated

and the rest of us profit by his teach publicly with a man who gets his Nearly All Are Sold--
humorous effects by comic assaults on t ,
ing. the upper case. Why say, when a
Little Black :Man Finds Rube linotype man finishes setting up one End May Be To-morrow
of Ade's fables the looks
On concluding a figure in black galley proof 1
wandered into the place and an- like a custard pie in fly time. -- The great sale of "WHITE BEAUTY" Hoosier i Cabinets will
No topic which is enoughfor
a A, end Saturday at the latest tomorrow. If each of the
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nounced that he was looking "fo his the rest of you is good enough for .,
boss! man, :Misto Rube Allyn. me. You have asked me to speak on I i'L 1000 towns where the Hoosier Company has permitted this sale .
"I'se de foreman of de Sarasota "Yellow Sheets," or, as Ade, in his 1 does as well as we have here, there will be no trouble about the 4

Run," said he. "Ah wanted :\listoAII"n crude ler Sheets.Hoosier" way Why would, that say is it the, "Yel-one 1 'oL quick doubling: of "White Beauty" Sales. There is every indication ,,;: oI
to made life I that the limited number alloted to us for this sale will not last till
pay me or give me somepinto subject of which I have a ; 1 S7L1 se" '
eat. study. What is yellow journalism, R .r = Saturday night. We can obtain no more to sell at the present low

"Ah dun went out and tried to get myway? I've always wanted to a t- price. Most likely you will see these cabinets in the homes of .I ott i iI
know. As an innocent, eager eyed l : SOLD Li.t. r of nearest and dearest friends. wait until then and I
Mrs. Potter Palmer to pay me a dollar cub reporter I heard of it, and I I some your
on subscription but she said she started out to trail the saffron mon regret that you missed the opportunity that is offered to you as u o d j

was already paid up to 19-10 fo' de ster to his horrid lair, and put a freely as to them?
crimp in his slimy tail. For more
Sun and wouldn't give me a thing." 4. TOMORROW PAY ONLY S1.0O TRY THE \VIIITE BEAUTY"
than a dozen years I hunted him up i 1
In the meauwhile Rube was' mak- and down Xew York, and at last, in ti IN YOUR: OWN KITCHEN
ing desperate efforts to point out that the office of Hearst's American I :i 1 III, I., -' This chance of a lifetime to secure a real Hoosier Cabinet at a
I had struck the trail. I '1
his "colored supplement" was a liar, thought 4 $2.50 reduction from the low cash price, on easy terms of only $1.00 i > f'.4
there in of
went disguise, course.
and that he had ten dollars in his They didn't know who I was. Fact! J f. down and $1.00 weekly, may never occur again. The Hoosier Club ,

twket at the moment but every time I fooled 'em so completely that they plan of payment has proved amazingly popular with the foremost

Rube started they horned him down paid me only $8 a column, space rates. i'1- : women in this community. Some of them tell us it is the same
For a while, when Ed. Marshall was 'f. _
with a big auto horn until he gave Sunday editor, I did two-page thrillers L is :::: way that they have bought fine editions of rare books. Yet it I'
up in despair and the foreman-Nick for the magazine section. That 1 costs you nothing extra to enroll in the Hoosier Club if you come -= = i
Palaveda-rambled on, giving a monologue was getting on the inside. wasn't it? 1 Ti tomorrow. No interest. No fees of any kind.EXCLUSIVE a}
And if there had been jaundice
and a and dance that o7t I -
tinted demon lurking about the place J 1 1c
were greatly appreciated. you can bet I'd have found him. But i .i See the wonderful shaker flour sifter; the Hoosier accounting

Editor Hetherington of the Lake- there wasn't. Nary a demond. Instead 1j system, the cook book holder; the food guide; the want list; theo
I to know that loftysouled
land Telegram was assigned to give pure-minded came high-brow, Wil-- o i pencil holder; the money tray; the emergency shelf and dozens of , 4

his offhand impressions of Rotary liam Randolph Hearst. other labor saving devices, 17 of which are entirely new. a

from a newspaperman's! standpoint, In his! idle moments when he was < u nECIDEtOW SATURDAY MAY BE TOO LATE

but gave signs of talking too long not writing trying hymns to for re-elect the sporting Roosevelt page or,' '-s Other women are making up their minds today to come and ov

and Toastmaster Mahoney rapped Willie used to tell me all about it. select a Hoosier Cabinet while they can save 250. It won't take t t
him down. "You see," said he, in his modest, l v o five minutes to decide when you see it. '
Editor J. H. Humphries of the diffident way "I am the chosen leader W earth o
Come early-for when this lot is gone no power on
of the plain peep-ul; their Mose.as -.
Uradentown Journal, spoke briefly inplace it were. And the Lord knows New could get you another "White Beauty" at this price.OSCAR .
of R. J. Holly president of the York needs a Moses! I mean, one
State Press Association, who could who's not in the cloak and stit busi-

not be present.Toastmaster. ness.' That's me. I am publishingthe I
greatest paper in the world, solely -
Mahoney read a letter for their benefit. True. they are HAND & SON
from Colonel Watterson to Editor rough, ignorant folks. It is my job
Stovall expressing! his sorrow at being to educate and refine them. What .
can they know: about high society until M
unable to be present the occasion
they begin reading our divorce
being his 75th birthday by the way. scandals? They need to be informedas
"Old men can not be young men," to what is going on in this great

said he. "and I shall not try to do the city.Thaw So trials I give and'em the full barrel details murders.of the TO THE PUBLIC : We authorize this sale limited

things of youth"His Some of 'em may be color blind, so I H o o s i E to "White Beauty1 Hoosier cabinets at $2.50 less H 0 o s 1 E

was received letter was with a delightful much applause.one, and use red to and uplift green and headlines educate. Then Anything I I '::;::: than the fixed cash price of these cabinets this /unoNAt

Colonel Watterson is greatly admired beginning with Harry Thaw on the srw .Z1 week only. THE HOOSIER iFG. CO. New Castle Ind. s> vsayeltt
front page, I work 'em up to Arthur I
and respected in this state. Brisbane and Ella Wheeler Wilcox 1

General Haldeman who is associated and Dr. Parkhurst on the back. Thinkof
with him in some of his busi- that! Why, when Brisbane gets to
and who has been writing real strong about the wrongs .
ness matters coming -
j cf the common peep-ul he weeps.
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TO THE Birmingham team is now in progress. -
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A CHECK BOOK IS A NECESSITYAVOID Birmingham players in action in avery

short time. Several games have : .- J.
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DOXT carry a fat pocket-book about with luodcrn coins anti currency atml from
i you for the sake of paying for purchases in .., <' Ii 550 )}. C. to 1915 and including tile }lQ- .
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Adams, of Bos- r I III
ton, are the
among happy and con-
Jimmie Magee. Outfielder
tented now making their home at the II I . .
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Washington's Birthday celebration San Juan. The Sentinel has been furnished I : >;
at the Fair Grounds. 2-19-3tc with another engraving of one of I j. n

the Birmingham Barons who will l'I --- -
Mrs. J. N. McElroy returned Making the San Juan hotel head- '
yes- come to Orlando February 23: for a -
quarters during a stay of some lengthare
terday afternoon from Tampa where
training season of one month. T. W.
she has been spending several days. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Howell and
of the club is
Tyson secretary now
Miss Howell, of Hamilton, Canada. I
at the San Juan and it will not be
Mr. Robert Taylor, citrus fruit I long until he will be joined by the en-
agent for the Altantic Coast Line, I /tire squad consisting of about thirty-I CANDIES

orent yesterday in Orlando on busi- :I Two. Handsome I I five members. I IJ

ness. .... I J I II J The picture herewith reproduced i 15 I
# none other than that of Jimmie Ma- J JI ,
Lake Front I
Mrs. G. II. Babbitt, Misses Florence I I gee a brother of the famous Sherwood "' Page and flaws
and Virginia Babbitt, of Bellows I Magee. Jimmie started the sea- .
Falls, Vermont, were arrivals at the Grove and Home I son last year with the Birmingham
San Juan yesterday.:: s Barons but he did not show up strong

Properties and was sent to the New York state
A great relay race at the Fair league. He is again a Baron, a Try a Box ofBoston's .

Grounds on Washington's Birthday. strong outfielder, a heady player and
2193tcMr. Tyson: believes he will be the sensa-
!1 tion of the season. He is fast and
II. II. Witherington, one of the : One of them is the pret- has all the earmarks that characterize -,
leading and substantial citizens of I tiest lake front location in his speedy brother. His home is. Finest Candy

Apopka, was in Orlando yesterdayand the State of Florida, with at Clarendon, Pa. :
favored the Sentinel with a visit. I
large acreage and a most
Tonight at 7:30 o'clock work in
Hon. F. H. Davis and son, Mr. Les- modern dwelling.The rank of Esquire. Visiting Knights

lies Waite Davis were among the other has a fine welcomed. Castle Hall corner 9f> Orange -
representative citizens of Apopka and Central avenues. \
grove, with modern improvements -
transacting business in Orlando yes-
and worthy of and Miss Bertha -
terday.Mr. Mrs. A. A. Walters
any further improvementsdesired. Edmonds after a pleasant visitto e
and Mrs. W. C. Mukmson of Mrs. S. A. Johnson, on North Orange I McElroy's PharmacyIF'riend.s' i
Charlotte, N. C., arrived in Orlando avenue left yesterday afternoonto
yesterday to spend several days. These are high priced visit friends in St. Petersburg.Mrs. .
They are registered at the San Juan properties, but they are

hotel. j both big bargains. Menta Edge, and Mrs. W. E. -
Moore are enjoying a delightful tripto
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Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Clarke were Orlando, where they will be the - --- -- ----- -- -- -

among the Floridians visiting Or- guests of friends for a f 2.v days.-St.
lando yesterday. They were registered Petersburg Independent. \.
at the San Juan from Jackson- SlDoWSon
ville. I $200 in cash prizes given away at :
the Fair Grounds on Washington's OpinionsConvincing
REAL ESTATENo. 2-19-3tc
Mr. M. F. McCarty, a large wholesale Birthday.

and retail furniture dealer of 3 WEST PINE STREET
S. Trudeau of
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
Birmingham 'Ala., is in Orlando on a -
Second Floor Chicago, arrived in Orlando yester- I I
visit to his daughter, Mrs. J. Merle
McElroy. J day afternoon on the Tampa Special I !" ::. - : I
from Chicago, and are visiting Mr. proof of efficiency in our ,::r ..=i > : :; "' '"

" " " " " I and Mrs. I. W. Leach, at their homein '. '{ wa
Concord Park. Banking service is the fact that a large I i.. .:>. .

Artistic SouvenirsSterling Mr. and Mrs. Clifford L. Niles are part of our new business arises from the. ; ; :
here from Anamosa Iowa, visiting :
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. recommendation of present patrons. Y
Niles of 107 East Amelia street. I: '+ .,
They are very much pleased with Or-

Silver Spoons, Forks, Hand lando and will stay until May. Frequently new patrons tell us that they j (:.3

Painted China, Crumb Trays and many The Ladies' Aid Society of Highland are establishing relations with this Bank }
will give a Victrola concert and

other useful and beautiful articles typi- ice cream social at the home of P. E. because we have so satisfactorily served t, r
Gray, in Highland Division (opposite .
cal of Florida and Orlando that will provea Hamlm's grove), on Monday night their friends. -
February 22, 7:30 p. m. Admission
source of great delight to your friends 25 cents.

"back North." We also carry a completeline Mr. G. E. Fosmer, of Glens Falls bwr' y'
A consultation with one of our officers ,
N. Y.. who came to Orlando early in r
of up-to-date Jewelry. Our Repair the fall, left yesterday: for his homein ,JI
New York. This was Mr. Fos- will convince you of the superior service tOrlaildo

Department is in charge of most compe- mer's first visit but he was so well

pleased that he contemplates return- we offer.
tent workmen.
ing early next season and bring several -
of his friends.

T. H. EVANS left Like spending Mr.yesterday every H. several E.one Rideout for else months his who,home who in visits in has Orlando Boston.here been,, n B Bauk & Trnst t C CoMpy

Mr. Rideout will be a walking adver-
l..II : JEWELER tisement for Orange county and tell Orlando's Conservative Bank
t all whom he thinks interested about

II "_ the best inland city in the South. ..JV,7

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