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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: February 20, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00489
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VOLUME THREE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1915. NUMBER 8.

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FRENCH STEAMER GOES TO BOTTOM AS-







RESULT OF GERMAN WAR ZONE DECREE




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KAISER BLOW SINCE DECREE STRIKES WAR ZONE FIRST BRITISH ARGUES THAT U. S. USED THOUSANDS Of DOllARS IN $$100,000 BRICK





- REACHED PORT AFTER DAMAGE:!' UNION JACK DURING CIVil WAR\ : COUNTERfEIT MONEY MAYBE I ROAD MONEYEXPENDED



And Crew Is Believed Safe-A
ALL FOODSTUFFS CONTRA BRAND
Norwegian Ship Hits Mine


-Zeppelins Are -- ---
I IN MYSTERIOUS TRUNK

Busy SPECIAL AGENT S.P.UJ j!I BRITISH NOTE EVADES DIRECT TO DRAW ON PAVING ASSESSMENTS -

ANSWER TO THE .
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London, Feb. 19.-Germany has -- : IN CITY

struck zone decree the first went blow into since effect.her war A 'Society Will Have Agent Who UNITED STATES Brief Bulletins MAY HAVE BEEN USED BY CLERK'S HANDS

French steamer was torpedoed in the Will Endeavor to PreventAll 4 CONFIDENCE MEN AR-
GERMANY REPLIES TO U. S. NOTE Ticked Off Wire
English Channel by a German subma- Cruelty to RESTED YESTERDAY MOST ALL PROPERTY IS DEEDED

rine. She was able to reach port, although HorsesThe At Late Hour


Berlin badly newspapers damaged., commenting on I officers of the S. P. C. A., as Germany Has No Intention ofDestroying LEADER OF GANG IS IN ORLANDO With Exception of Two Lucerne

the Gejynan reply to the American the guests of Mr. J. C. Patterson, helda Any U. S. INDICT SEVEN U. .S. CITIZENS Circle Property Deeded to

Rote, reflect the feeling that there Vessels in War Los Angeles, Cal., Feb. 19.-The
the
meeting at Mrs. Cornish Tea He Escapes Sheriff' and Chiefof the City-Order to
(nust be no departure from the position and Rest Room last evening, and United States grand jury today returned -
Zone indictments against Police Who Were Hot O. W. & L. Co.
i Germany has taken. The influ- around the delicately arranged tables seven persons -

ential Lokal Anzeiger that "we charging them with attempting
says j enjoyed the evening tea while they London, Feb. 19.-The foreign of- on His Trail-Intense
foment revolution in Lower As result of the council
Germans have resolved to fight with- to a Cal- a city
discussed and of advanc-
ways means fice transmitted to Ambassador
Pageits
( ifornia for the of ExcitementIt meeting yesterday it became known
overthrowing
out regard for the consequences"Crew j purpose -
ing interest in the movement for bet- full reply to the American
protestagainst the Carranza rule. that the $100,000 brick road moneyis
ter care of dumb animals and creating the general the British
use by
Believed Safe I Those named in the indictment are is rather difficult to believe that now expended and it becomes nec-
j a deeper interest in protectingbirds merchant vessels of American
Dieppe, France, via Paris, Feb. 19. and stimulating sentiment in favor -!: flag. tht Harry Chandler, general manager of peaceful and orderly Orlando shouldbe essary to draw on the amounts received -

-A German submarine torpedoed j! the Los Angeles Times; Balthazar invaded by a gang of smooth, slip- from the paving assessmentsand
of kindness
a greater toward all j i The note admits the Lusitania
this morning without warning the animals.It ; on Aviles, former governor of Lower pery confidence men of the most mod- in the hands of the city clerk.
her most recent from New
French steamer Dinorah, from Havre was decided to invite Dr. Caro- voyage California, said to have been the head ern and approved type; that they As this money is placed in the State
York
to Liverpool raised the Amer-
for Dunkirk, at a point 16 miles off of the revolutionary party; Charley should carry on an alleged wire tap- Bank of Orlando and the Peoples Na-
j line Geisel to address
a public meeting ican flag, but only to save the lives
Dieppe.The Suzman, a dealer in Mexican land; ping game in the quiet Empire hotel tional Bank on time certificates draw-
in Orlando early in March on this of non-combatants, and I
Dinorah did not sink but was crew passengers Francisco Ayon, said to be a memberof for several days; and that any one ing 4 per cent. interest and not be-

subject. the staff of Aviles W. had enongh money in these so-called coming due for month it
towed into Dieppe. No mention is i ; K. Bowker, a was or-
be
An will the
j agent appointed by
The note denies its is the intentionof I
[made of the loss of any of her crew. society whose business it will be toI I manager of the C & M. ranch in days of depression to venture to buck dered that the money be advanced
the British government to advise i ia
A plate on the port side of the j investigate all and Mexico; Geronimo Sandoval, repre- game that makes the methods of from the general funds to carry on
cases reported the British merchant
vessels to use I Monte Carlo seem somewhat dull and the paving contract and that the
sentative
steamer below the water line was at San Diego of General
make to the officers. It
report being American flags, but it makes clear
i
stove in by the torpedo. She managed j the aim of the society to work in cooperation the use'of foreign flags will be Villa; B. J. Viljoen, former Boer gen- listless. money will be paid back into the gen-

.to keep afloat by hard pumping. Word I| with city and county offiIcials mitted. per- eral, and assistant to Bowker. I I But it's quite true. And more than eral fund as fast as the certificates

of the occurrence was taken into { in the special work of preventing I The note, defending the practice, The men accused in the languageof i, that the chief of police and the sher- become due.

Dieppe by fishing boats and assist- i: j cruelty to horses. cites the fact that the United States the indictment, "conspired dto hire iff have just reason to believe that a The Lake Lucerne committee, con-

ane!! for the Dinorah was promptly I The officers of the society, on invitation !i I used the British flag for a like persons to go into Lower California I'I trunk laden with counterfeit bills is sisting of D. C. Patterson Charles

sent out. Her cargo will be dis- of Capt. Wilson, trainer of :I pur- with the intent to enlist and to enter !j.! lying checked in a nearby railroad Lord and Atty. LeRoy B. Giles, reported -
I l I during the civil war. i
charged here. the Johnny Jones wild animals, vis- pose into the service of the people of Lower station awaiting inspection. And that all property owners on

The presence of a German submarine j j ited the tents on last rFiday and I I All Foodstuffs Contraband California as soldiers." i j i that a suit case is carefully guardedin I Lake Lucerne had agreed to deed the

off Cape S!:ily was reported four were shown how animals are trained Chandler late today gave himself a local transfer office which also lake frontage holdings to the city on

days ago. The daily steam traffic i sand cared for both in health and in I I London, Feb. 19.-The cargo of the up and was released on bond. may contain counterfeit money and ,the conditions as passed on the: meet-

service between Dieppe and Englandhas :j sickness. I American steamer Wilhelmina will beheld The others named in the indictment fake wire tapping paraphernalia.Four ing held January 8, with the exception -

been suspended. i I by the British government pending under of Mr. Thomas and Mrs. C. A.
Those present at the evening tea I I already are arrest, being ar-I I of the alleged confidence men

were Mr. J. C. Patterson, Mrs. Hunt, a decision of the prize court. rested several days ago. are in the county bastile; the leader I Boone. Mrs. Boone proposed to deed
Mine I This announcement was made by I all her lake front and the
Ship Hits Mr. and Mrs. j Hauselt, Mr. C. A. How I I of the gang is at large and evadinga peninsularlot

Liverpool, via London Feb. 19.- ard, Mr. Hewlett and Mr. J. F. Schu- Sir Edward Grey today. FIVE COUNTER ATTACKS REPULSED score of shrewd officers; and the to the city for $300 and the release -

The Norwegian tank steamship Bel- mann. !I In a memorandum relating to the I victim who lost about $700 and the of the paving assessments on

:ridge, which sailed from New Orleans I j, controversy between Great Britain Paris Feb. 19.-The French offi- : financier who saved him from further the lake front.A .

January 28, and Newport News February -! !and the United States over foodstuffsthis cial losses motion was passed by the coun-
I statement given out at midnight are speeding to New York.
5, for Amsterdam, struck a was made clear that Great Brit- tonight contains very little news of Sheriff Gordon yesterday receiveda cil which was introduced by Commissioner -
!
ITm1PAGIRLASUICIDE ain intended to declare all foodstuffs
mine today off Dover. Johnson that Commissioner
importance of developments on the wire from the sheriff at Arcadia to
'3 be vessel was only slightly i dam- J for Germany a contraband of war. battle front in the past twentyfourhours. I arrest certain men known to be in Robertson request the Orlando Water

by the explosion and she prob- I Daughter of a Wealthy Cigar I Numerous minor engagements< bly will finish her to the I German Answer intake tank filtration plant on Lake
voyage Manufacturer Throws Herself both infantry and artillery, are men- that city and worked a confidence

itch port. Under Wheelsof I Washington, Feb. 19.-A new dip- tioned. I game. The arrest caused considerable Highland at once, and if the company

lomatic development today in the relations After mentioning the repulse of the excitement :M. A. Whitney, J. E. fails to comply with the request the

Zeppelins Active Street Car between the United States and Germans in East Ypres who attacked Eagle, M. J. Eaton, and one John Doe matter shall be referred to the city

London, Feb. .-The activity of Germany growing out of the German the allies' trenches the statement says falling into the police net. They were solicitor and request him to com-
[.Zeppelins over the North sea" continues Tampa, Fla., Feb. 19.-:Miss Isabelle mence mandamus proceedings to com-
;. reply, which was considered fully at the region of Souvain, Perthes quickly lodged in the county jail.
,- says the Star's correspondent at Arguelles, 28, daughter of F. P. pel the company to finish the intake
I the cabinet meeting, is this: Beause Jeuor, during the night of the .
Arguelles, a wealthy cigar manufacturer During: fair week a trap was laid
in of the fact that
Copenhagen, spite plant.
"As Germany admits that it is impossible eighteenth and nineteenth, the Ger-
have been lost. threw herself under a street for E. S. Walton, of Poughkeepsie,
two airships recently
I for submarines, without mans made five counter attacks in an
N. Y.
| Gaps in the fleet caused by disasterare car today and was instantly killed. I courting. their own destruction, to effort to retake the trenches which who owns an orange grove SOLDIERS MAY GUARD BRIDGES
near Avon Park. Walton was led to
being* filled by Zeppelin's drawn fully identify the nationality of mer- they Most the preceding days! but all TO CANADA
from the airship stations in western I GERMANY TO EXPEL RICH TO the rendezvous of the alleged confidence I
chantmen, as international law requires wer repulsed, the French continuing
men in the Empire hotel, led to
[ Germany. SAVE FOOD absolutely such identification to make further progress. Washington. the result of a request -
I believe that real connection by te'e- ,
before an attack, Germany must use made by the British ambassador
I and !
phone telegraph existed between
KAISER WILL APOLOGIZE FOR Copenhagen Hears 5,000,000 Ineligible i some other means which assures such BULGARIAN PORT BLOCKADED I Orlando and today it is probable that soldiers ...
leading race tracks.!
INSULT TO GERARD for Military Service knowledge required by the law of na- TO CUT OFF GERMANY'S Here will be stationed along the American
I money was displayed in quan-
Must Leave tions and the Hague conventions." FOOD SUPPLY tities that would make John D. shud- sic'e cf the Canadian boundary to pro

Berlin.-Emperor William will All the cabinet officers today spokeof Berlin.-British and French warships I der. tect bridges:: crossing the international -

ikpologize personally to James W. Copenhagen.The report is in circulation the German note as it appearedin are blockading the Bulgarian So rapidly were fortunes made line. Canadian soldiers are patroll-
and lost that Walton took a chance.He .
I Gerard, the American ambassador to here that, owing to the necessity the press dispatches as authentic, port of Dedeagatch, to prevent the I of So ing the other side of the line. The
won course. great did his
I Germany, for the hostile demonstration to restrict food consumption i i. and indicated that upon it the answerto importation through it of foodstuffs request was made as a result of the
earnings appear and so badly did he
at a Berlin theatre on February I the German government intends or- Germany might be foreshadowed.The destined for Germany and Austria, I attempt by Werner Horn to destroythe
need cash that he went to New York
19, when a German objecting to the I dering 5,000,000 Germans who pos- opinion generally held here is according to a Constantinople dispatch bridge between Vanceboro and aNew
and enlisted the aid of banker
fuse of English by the ambassador's sess independent incomes and are ineligible that the United States knows directlyor made public today by the Overseas friend. The banker a Brunswick. Fear has been expressed -
to Orlando
party delivered a diatribe against for military service to leave with satisfactory indirection that News Agency.ARRESTED with Walton to came him. by Canadian officials that
protect
the United States for selling am s toUie Germany for neutral countries and Germany had no intention of destroying other aliens operating on United
In
allies. The man was suppressed remain there until the war is over. I I a United States vessel in her war CHARGED WITH ASSASSINATION quick then order a bunco game was States teritory may attempt to dam-

|by the theatre attendants. It is planned, according to the report zone by torpedo boats or other means from apparent Arcadia, and came the four the telegram age other bridges
gangsterswere
The emperor will express his regrets that 3,000,000 of these persons "of destruction, and a conviction up- Leesburg, Ga., Feb. 19.-G. W. I arrested.
But in the excitementone
to Mr. Gerard on the occasionof shall go to the Scandinavian coun- permost in the minds of most of the Chance and Minter Kennedy were arrested IN CRITICAL CONDITION
of the
men, supposed to be the
| th eambassador's visit to his majesty tries, 1,000,000 to Holland and officials is that the purpose of Ger- at Smithville this afternoon
1.000'-1 leader, packed the mysterious trunk,
at the East Prussian fortress of 000 to Switzerland. many was to force Great Britain to charged with being connected with had it taken to the depot, paid a negro Mrs J. D. Barnes, an aunt of Richard .

|Koenigsberg. cease the misuse of neutral flags as the assassination of A. D. Oliver, a I
Yowell, who is sick at the
I the equivalent of $15, it is said very
FRENCH CABI4E 1 TO U.S. BROKEN
of from the German meteoric financier Wednesday night.
a means escape II to have the trunk checked to a nearby Georgia Military Academy, received a
ONNOC GROVE GETS PRIZESAT NOT CUT OFF SAYS navy. The sheriff arrested the prisoners this town. But instead of boarding the telegram at 7 o'clock last night which
PARIS OFFICE The of this conviction has evening and placed them in jail to "
ORLANDO FAIR cause same train with the mysterious trunk stated that the young man was in a

I'I brought questions between Great await a preliminary hearing 'the leader shrewdly eluded the efforts 'critical condition. However, the mes-

Mr. E. Connor has received word Parsi.-The French Cable company Britaint and the United States and i iI of a veritable cordon of sheriff, police sage stated that no new developmentshad
the of the midwinter said today that its cable lines between between Germany and the United MAY PROTEST TO RUSSIA FOI !
rom secretary I. and deputies and disappeared in an set in and that the best was ex-
,dr held recently in Orlando that the I France and the United States were States which will remain in the do- FOR SINKING WASHINGTON automobile: or may be in Orlando in pected. It is understood that if Rich-

nnoc groves of this place were out of use, but denied a report that main of diplomacy for an indefinite Washington.-On the strength of a.:disguise. ard passes the crisis in his sickness,

warded first prize on king oranges, I they had been cut. Interruption of period. report received from Ambassador' The trunk is at a nearby station which was to have come last night or
rst first the service was laid to a breakage Morgenthau today it is probable the
prize on pineapple oranges, i I pnd held by the sheriff of a neighboring early this morning he will be on the
prize on Indian river and such as sometimes occurs, which the CRUISER SAVES LAME LINER state department will protest to Rus-
oranges j jrst i i I county. It is believed that the road to recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Yow-

and second prizes on kumquats. !'company expects will be repaired San Francisco.-Minor damage was sian because one of its fleets destroyed trunk contains a large quantity of ell are both at College Park at the

tie ribbons designating these prizes : soon. I I suffered by the Pacific Mail liner San the partly American ov.red Counterfeit money; the great deluge bedside of their boy and friends and A

.ave already been sent here to } Jose, which put into Acapulco ;yesterday -i steamship Washington in the oorri '!and flood of money that was flashed relatives in Orlando are constantly

nnor. lr.1 NOT IN SESSION TODAY I I in tow of the United States cruiser -i bardment of Trebizond. The life cf'the : before the eyes of the gullible Walton advised of his condition.

i The secretary also states that Washington, Feb. .-The senate I I New Orleans, according to a mes- i American consul, A. G. Northrup. a

naia county carried off all the prizes : committee investigating charges of I: sage received here today. The San was endangered. With the opening of the trunk, and I THE WEATHER

it citrus fruits, except grapefruit "lobbying" against the ship bill took Jose, while at sea, broke some machinery I the suit case in Orlando, today the
vhich went to Sanford.-New Smyr- and will meet I I'* Beautiful water color pictures of*
no testimony today sent "S. O. S. calls and was mystery may be unfolded. At any I Florida: Fair Saturday and prob-
Florida Send j
a News. I'i I scenery. one to your({
j again tomorrow. picked up by the New Orleans. friend. Curtis & O'N'eaL rate the plot will not be thickened. ably Sunday.HEMORNISEIN .
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HOTELS FOOD. Fii G,3; AND FLIES. II I II I I I I I I II I I I I I I I 1111 I I I I I I II I II II I . I I :I I I II II II I


tint of tin-STORM.: Three of the Factors' Mast Active In :1 Seeds I
------- thunder I leaps a :! i Seeds Seeds
.1'.1-. ..."..r.1. Spreading .sea.e. I
THE KEYSTONE HOTEL irt.zht ,I,. S4.r14.ot.4 tuu..rue-- There arc trout |'PIWII'aiai_ '<. in

sy t... bright as ,1.1. which ili-4i-r ;':t'riii- ..litarritil Iron I j

Corner West and Church Streets Ami met within the moment person, t.. IIITMHI. ;uitl three trays way NEW STORE : 1

Splendid !service Excellent looms. Hot and cold water. One of the bestcooks cast:; their clothes be easily reiiif mitred: l>y three catch t

in the s.ate. Rates $;.tl) per week and up. especial rates to parties .\11<1 stand forth naked In abuarliu word>*-fowl. miners and Hit*.
wishing table board. ;: bruud. The most Important foods which oar NEW SEEDS

W. G. DUNCAN, Prop ry disease artthose which are eateu .
raw since;; thorough ('uu lug destroy
The storm treads on like some
disease;; germ iinl most cooked to"*!" Sweet Corn Field Corn Peas Beans Ettf. '
great booted god.I We
VISIT "COLLIER GROVE"-O's LAKE APOPKA are only duuirerouH when they dave
: wring and slaying with .its guarantee our seeds to be fresh.Don't
FOR TilE BEST FISHING been Infected in the kitchen after rook .
,
blo Hly rMs.
In;;:::. Anotg raw foods., t.>.... many. like
On main country road, four miles east of Clermont and three miles west of And turn are milled between its '
orange are sate because they' urepetled be disappointed, come to us for Drugs ,
Ookland; 16 miles west of Orlando, at Bear's Gap Station, T. & G. R. I:. awful palms- before eatm?. .

Parking place for Autos. Fine Pier and Pavilion and Picnic Grounds. Tripsto Their vaunted masteries are Of all t..t| me must dangerous arettiler and Garden Seed.City .

wonderful "Boiling Springs." Steel :Motor: and Row Boats, well equipped, blown like mists.s and in ilk, Uwau they are or

for hire. Agents for Ferro :Motors: and :Mullin's: Steel Boats. teD polluted (by sewage! in the case of

Oakland Office with T. Connell, Grocer. Telephone at residence,'"Collier We have not conquered elemental water by human (,..".I things. of milk.. t>e<-;iu>e tbey are dniut
Grove," call Monte Verde. Pavilion on pier. Can be engaged for dancing
Not chained the liffhtniriss: nor Store
; promptly without time for tbe disease Drug

purposes. controlled the skies. germs to die out and because. usually:

The storm breaks and the in the case of water and often in the
----- - - - --- world's a least I ajrain case of milk tbey are let CUOKt".. to GOOD DRUG STORE."

TOURISTS ATTENTION! Siiarlins; at bay. with terror In Tbe second;; way in which disease J"A .

its eyes. germs are commonly spread;; is bymeans Ph.G.

We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando 'New York Sun. of contact betwen IlJple them ,
selves. Fingers iu tbe catch
phrase
!
Prepared by our New York Cook which all who value tbeir health should 111111.111 I IIIII 1IIIIII I I I I I I III1 1IIII1IIII1 1111'" '

try to bear in mind stands not only

108 Rooms Bath, Steam Heat. $1.00 for the fingers themselves, but for an

PEACE. sorts of ways in which disease germsmay

IVace rules the day. where tie exchanged.In WRIGHT SEED CO.We
Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water
reason rules the mind.-Collins. measles and whooping cough ana .

scarlet fever and dipbtberia and tuberculosis

EMPIRE HOTEL Nothing can bring; you peace nnd many other diseases:; tbe Ii carry the Largest Stock of Seed in
but yourself. Nothing can bring perms: are present in tbe nose and
you Peace but the triumph of throat and are spread from person to Orange Lounty. Agents for c '12 elebra-
54 Rooms
Light Housekeeping principles.Emerson. person by the finders, which go too of
ten to the mouth anti nose by drinkIng ted National Guano Fertilizers

People are always expectingto / cup and spoons and other tbiuz"
ROSSMORE INNWindermere get i-a<-e in heaven: but you which too often are used in common 206 So. Orange Ave.

know whatever peace they get and by the tine spray thrown out troUt

there will IK mnly made. Whatever tbe mouth III couching; and sneezingIn ;

of making typhoid fever and diarrhea and similar
j eace they can
This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric
be blessed for must be on the diseases the perms' are found 111,
lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with earth here.-Kuskin. the inta."TIiial discharges; and here. too

Lath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish- soiled tinker play an Important| part JONES GOES JUST THE SAM

ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. Let the bugles sound the in the transmission of the disease.:

truce of God to the whole earth The third common way in which disease
----- - --- ------ -
- forever.-Charles Sumner. perms are spread. is: by means o!

The Osceola Pocono Manor Inn ins-ct:*. I'll.are perhaps tbe most
important inject perm carrier: in most

Orlando, Florida Pocono Manor. Pa states. They often pick ap i'nfecteO :\fy bus line which has been serving you for fourteen

WHY material on their legs and bodies and months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the,'
food and where there Is no
carry it to
J. -\T. TI (5F LEMANAGER Y Before Agrippa at the bar of goal system of sewage disposal they same time it always has. -

Home may play. part in the spread of such
Stood the Apostle Paul and diseases: if typhoid fever A certain TIME TABLE

said. kind of nmsquiio.itries malaria and

"Why does it seem Incredible this too. is itniNtrtant in certain di- Bus Leaving Orlando in Front of Evans The Jeweler.
Electric Baths the Year
Lights, Open Round To thee that God should raise tricts In iropicu) countries a whole

European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite the dead?" host of dl"t'ls- is carried by Insects.- ; WEST BOUND EAST BOUD
>ew York!: American
Read Down Read Up
P') I How \ain with the Incompetence
)'1'd

___- = ... To measure of man the eternal powerOr COWBOYS OF SPAIN. IA.M4A.M.! : P. :\1. .A.M. I'. M. P. M.j

limit the unlimited
t Splendid Horsemen, but They Use Orlando 6.00
6:3010.15
With vision of the fleeting 3:00 9.30 1.30
Spurs Without Mercy. '
hour! 0 voce 7--30'i.i5 4:00: i 8.5c 12.30 500
Tbe perfection of :Spanish horsemanship ,
Winter Garden 7:45:11:30:; 4.301 1! 8.15
is to be een among the vnquenrnaderos 12-15 4.45

Wherefore see- believe only what we >: and arrocIJkta""" by which Oakland I 8:001--- 4:30 1; S.oo -- 430

various names the mounted berdaiueu -
Accept the shadow and yet
u? the Aud.Uu.siau plains are knownIn r-
find
brief "tute bould call a cow
Denial fur the thing
; accept
boy. Every farm seems to maintain
The eye yet call the Maker !large number of these for each herd
THE ARCADE HOTELJ.
blind!
Sock or drove has"" Its own herdsman THE OLD RELIABLE

goatherd or swineherd, ns the camay ,
B. MAGRUDER. Jr., Prop. If from the utter void of nothingness tine
IuoAlug
be. The'atjut.'r are a
lot of men. Tall thin llgpt alum DANN'S TRANSFERDr.
First Class Restaurant Livery and Autos]| God willed "I.et there be life." loosely made, they look Weal horsemen

in Building in Connections why might; as. iu point of tact they are
lIe not with equal grace decree B. D. WIENENGA Prop
though their mounts are poor
Orlando, Fla. When darkness falls, 'Let The vaqueru rides very high on a

there be libU"; hupe; saddle with a Ions; stirrup ann and
----- --- ----- --- -- -- - Livery Draying Hauling
-I;
dward II. Dlake.
straight leg.; uMns: a single rein aunt ,

I a very heavy curb but be has snob

beautiful hands that although u,.um'
this barbarous hit. he iieerut> Ills

ORLANDO ROOFINGAND FRENCH SAYINGS. horde's mouth about. It Is different WE GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE

with the animals' sides however to-
Tls easy to ;go on foot when
he uses his spurs without mercy and
one has a horse by the bridle.
tbe white hur....?s-of which there area
SHEET METAL CO. lie wastes who washes his soap.It a. donkey'shead large number-all hare ominous Fro AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK

stains behind the girths
is
cry foolish to rush into
All the herdsmen who look after
-- -------- the next world when we can be
for Ten Solicited
well placed hi this. cattle carry a long lance. called a gar Country Driving. Eight or
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos roc ha. of thick and heavy wood which.
When the fox is asleep nothing -
when standing still they always I
except FOR SALE
HORSES
: ; falls into his mouth.
-ln rest" and not "at tbecarry.
and Rubber Roofings That which is called liberalityis carry
account of its
presumably on
frequently nothing more than Orlando Florida
Metal the of of which great length nod possibly Its weight Phone 257. ,
Cornices, Skj lights. Heating. Ventilating Ceilings vanity giving
With this weapon in the use of which
we are more fond than the
thing jriten.ALICE he acquires amazing dexterity. the
ORLANDO garrochista Is able to control the moM r
Works: 14 E. ChurchSt.: i -
unruly brutes In the herd not exceptIng

the savage fighting bulL-Wide

World Magazine.
WHERE ART THOU
-- -- --- --- The birds sleeping gently sweet Making- a Record.Sir WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver

"\' IW doxvt' 4>et the idw .*ht' Luna gleametb bright George Trevelyan told a curion- hear this before? Let the Delicatessen Man do ,t.
;you Her rays tinge the forest and all little anecdote regarding an Interview Something new Something New I

medicine for seems glad tonight; be had once bad with Thackeray. Tbe Try it. Ask Abom. it.

\ The wind sighing by me, coolingmy novelist was engaged at the time in Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
fever'd brow. writing The Virginians; and in the three or more
"--i that: cold/? The stream flows as ever yet middle of the conversation be commenced Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand

Alice. where art thou? to ask! each of the young men COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES
POTATO SALAD
One year back this even and in tbe company what was the greatest
Weve for if
thou wcrt by my side. length; they had ever Jumped. The
TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'SBakery
One year back this even, and greatest Jump claimed was twentytwofeet. J. R.

thou wert by my side. I Phone 26
Vowing to love me. vowing to "Well." said Thackeray ",ben 1 will

love me: make Washington! Jump twenty-four.:' I

One year past this even and i-o reputations are made- London I
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thou weft by my side Standard

SYRU Vowing e'er betide.to lore me Alice what- .I Offensively Officious. 1'! Special Priced For Special Reasons r

l You always izv home exceedingly > IX ORDER THAT I MAY GO NORTH TO MY BUSINESSA
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old J n.Yes. .
W<
early
The silver rain falling. just as It
Our neighbors are tae cause good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800
.
? falletb now.And of that." full bearing Orange, Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two
all things sleep gently yet I School close and Post Office. In addi-
Uow M>y! II i blocks of Public to Depot
Alice, where art thou? "1f I stay downtown a minute late i tion to making a home this property will make a yearly return on
I've sought thee by lakelet. I've I I they come rtebt over and condone with the investment of from 10 to 25 per cent according to crop and
sought thee on the hill. : my wife."-Louisville Coun r''otfrnal. market conditions, price $8,500.00; also i
And in the pleasant wildwood. My Residence Property in Winter Park, 12-room, New Modem

Ii/- when winds blew cold and : dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front, 20 acres of
i Y'A chill I land highly: improved, 1500; Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigatedgarden.

I've sought thee In forest. I"m100lln Doctors Property is close in, well located, close to the newS
Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough: for
:: heavenward now: the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale: |16
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I've sought thee in forest I'm Bnckmaster & Bnindasei!! : I 500, and will give possession in 30 days.

looking heavenward now; v i i To any agent that sells the above described property fog me I

STOP THAT COLD! If you don't you may have pneumonia and Oh. there mid starshine! Oh. OSTEOPATHS : will pay a commission of Five per cent, reserving the right to list

die. This is plain talk but you had better heed our warning. there mid! starhinel the property at will or .to sell it myself.TCTX .
I've sought: thee In forest. I'm Personal instruction under Dr. Still
When you come to us for medicines for your cold or any I

thing else wrong with you, we sell you the best preparations Oh looking there amid heavenward thp tarxhlne.now at Kirksville10.:: F. IiEEZIiLN : : '

science and honesty can compound. REXALL COLD TABLETS. .. ,' Hrurs, 9 to 12; 1 to 5; Evenings by
.Mi I ; "' : -t th iM'' BOX 3:;. WINTER PARK, FLORIDA

MEICh' PIT \ II\IA'Y \\ I.I;, !'met! appointment. d Orance ( ounty' College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places.
':t2 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples

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now is around 250,000, while that of '
-' The lot advertised for $1200 DAILY SPORT LETTERBY I Kansas City is about 260,000. The .

with a reduction of $400.00 if 'Feds rectified the Kansas City error 00 =r &- fJ3 fFJ > -3

buyer would build was boughtby The Famous FRANK New G.York MENKF Sporting 'recently chise. Probably by transferring in 1916 the they fran-will H cZ: :' "" o tb en"" O F ........ ...... ,..... !:;iII
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Expert. transfer the Indianapolis franchise to ;J o
Mr. Samuel Brice of New C O 0 oo l\j
g o t-P
Cleveland or Detroit. Either of those CD J a> '
York. We have decided to of- New York Feb. 19.-Those who I cities, with populations over the 600- : ? cns COo | PT ,-tn L"P.J t-rf
nco UQ ""
spoofed us a year ago when we remarked 000 mark are able to support contin- i : C cc '
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fer another one. that the Federal League was uous baseball. I i o d co C-OO ? o S.
here to spoof longer. And The other in : ::;
stay no error was placing a : I ?"' *- pa OOf ';
Corner l lot, well located. Side-:those who took exceptions to our I team in St. Louis. The Misssouri cityis i "ots o "C 0 ; C- -& ..., ..".. .....
statement that there was room-and a great baseball town but it is ::3 t : > aqI '" ( )
walks, water, lights, gas. North-:ample room-for a third major league j i doubtful if it can support three ma- : = s>> I? 00p: t" t-4
0 ::
aren't taking exceptions any longer. jor league clubs within the next five I"ps COO. P o ti: s P
east. $1000.00. Will take $600if CD QX NP 0
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with The of the
j They are beginning to agree us. years. population townis : ZPp
DS'S..
buyer will build within one I Ten years ago there wasn't room only about 700,000-a bit too. S e 3 CD H-A Q42 ro'
for three big leagues. Even five small to give baseball support to >o iCO C crG O ,.AJ
year. I years ago there wasn't. But there is three clubs. eoC: c '
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today. There is more room today for i, The Feds may decide to continue in """'
three big leagues than there was for St.Louis and let it be the survival of C/J CD" 2 3 0') O t: '
two big leagues at the time that the !(the fittest. Two good clubs can operate r+ "'C C rtUQ CflCD 0} HvM
American League horned its way into j i at a profit in St. Louis and the ; ;: C DDre XQ3 >
I the big league show. |j I Feds may take a permanent chanceOn O :3S o 0) ;Sg s O ==
CARL DANN The population of Greater New their club being one of those two. w
I I York was 3,437,202 in 1900. The pop- |I I II !1 If the Feds decided to shift the St. < COO 30o ) "" 3

I I ulation at that time was figured to be j j' Louis franchise they could take in o CD : :; Q... O 2. s>> C D j
!large enough to support three major ;i i Detroit Cleveland, Cincinnati, or Mil 3sr ",
REAL ESTATE league, clubs-Yankees, Giants and'waukee. Cincinnati with its 400,000 rop' o = g O s' IfQ t.
::s :
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I Brooklyn Dodgers. Splitting the population i i population would support continuous ,
I I three ways meant that each i t I baseball. Milwaukee, which hasn't. 0 QJcn = e c.. ENTCO ...............
club had about 1,000,000 persons to j j major league representation, is a :s .... (
LOMP ANY 'daw from. The population of Greater ,I good baseball town and probably V(1)) OQo 'c. ..... :3 s 9 CDS. 0
Dew York now is about 5,700,000 I would support a big league club. Its ; 0 :3 CD p to L
-enough to support fifive major I population is over the 400,000 marka IIII":2: : 'CDP =- :3: CD 0
league clubs, and still have than
over J population bigger Washingtonor DP Ifa
1,000,000,000 persons to draw from. Cincinati. ::2 CJQ' S- J: ..

A Florida r Chicago's population in 1902-03 was The interest in baseball is keener CO ::s 0 c:3.:": L.Tj
1700000. That means that each club than it ten and 01:1:: Q... -
today was years ago 0
had 8:>0.000 persons to draw from. the ratio of fans per 10,000 popula- :3CO s -:3: co O tooo:1: fffD ::::n s hd c3f

ProductGrapefruit The population today is about 2,400- tion is far greater today than it was o *" CD 0 :g HZJ
1 000 which split three ways would ten years ago. Those are facts that tiJ S tn. ffgi CD) f>.
leave 800,000 population for each can not be disputed. P ( c...
Marmalade :: o L
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I club. Therefore, don't you agree with us 3S s : c.P !
Orange Marmalade Baltimore's population now is .g 3 ::;
that there is room for a third big z r" | ta jjM
Kumquat MarmaladeDid around 0,00O-a> population greater league-and ample room? ::;. CD -*-> < to<:
than Washington, Cincinnati Pitts- I 8a < > H: PCD
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burg or Detroit. Baltimore certainly II I r (D) S.- n
you see the display of deserves the major league rating that -
the Feds gave to it. Buffalo is an- ORLANDO I 13P :
5. 3 .
1 Cornpang other city that the Feds gave a ma- :r- < -Efi 0 :e:3: : en.I ) (X)
jor league status. They were justi-
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fied in doing it. Buffalo's population C P S"PS
PLUMBING CO gis
is about I ,.,. '!
today 450,000 a populationfar ) : s 0
We sell their goods Call! greater than that of Cleveland, ,. -a i W C-UQ PP 0 P
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and see it.CARUTUERS. Detroit, Pittsburg, Cincinnati or ; -
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I Washington back in 1902-03.!> : 'r D-C r ono r a. z
Newark, N. J., is more justly enti- !: :: _. ::s CIQ < c-

tled to a major league franchise to- PHONE 122 .P o '= ..... ....... : <
than Detroit, Cincinnati, 00 ::s -h.. . .
& GORE j ji day were or -- -- p ,.,. O 1ug.g.
Washington back in 1902-03. New- I 2)). jj1 : tj
i Best Plumbing at Lowest r- .
ark's population today is about 375-
000 while the population of Detroitin PricesWe CDU) D: ::s
New Modern 5'
G Grocery y:! 1903 was about 300,000 Washing =' COff = =P c... CD b..1 02H

yI ton's around 290,000 and Cincinnati's are not in the combine.SLAUTER'S & 3 rt cn
335,000. latest inventions usedon D- Cenp... !
Phone 200 I I| The Feds in their first year out all first-class o >< I

made three mistakes as to granting -

6 and 8 East Pine St. franchises. Indianapolis and Kansas I I Plumbing Construction:
City are too small for major league

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


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


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


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


you today.

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DAILY' I "Our Village"Real Mr. Tourist Ij. I&
Orlando Life In
South Florida Sentinel I I

MORNING AND WEEKLYW. plutocracy' was never better :, ParagraphORLANDO i Here's Some Real !

M. GI.EXX ......................Edit.r shown than yest. in the city council I
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W. C. ESSINGTON .Barium Manager
meeting when Com. Johnson pulledout Estate BargainsFor i
FIRM GETS NICE CON
Entered at the postoffii at Orlando. Flor- a check for $100. from his pocket. .. -.;..-. .
ida. as Second Class Mail Matter. TRACTMr. I II
said he wont believe Lil]
"Boys you me Sale by Us ExclusivelyModern
SUBSCRIPTION RATES when I tell that I just found this Harry P. Leu has just returned I ': ...-
Dai17. 1 Year ........................ 15.00 you from business I \ I
Months Z-b0 check for a trip to Lakeland I seven room residence -

Daily Daily Daily! 3 1 6 Month Months.:::::::::::::::::::::: 1-25.M ssssssss ss where he had been to look after the I 1 on Lake. Minnie for ,

Weekly. 1 Year ........... .......... Il.W $100.FacSimilie s structural steel work in the gas com- i only $3500.
: pany building which the CainO'BerryBoiler
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN ,a a s t a a t a a We Beg Respectfully
ADVANCETO company, of this city, are installing Beautiful lot 75x155, dandy .
ADVERTISERS: of check I in that city. view of Lake Lucerne. Act-
to Announce
Copy for di play and all other hand-set $100. It was dated May 20, 1914, and ual value $2000 Owner will
ad..utiaine mast be hand_ in at the ".ain... sept to me on or around that date in NEW CABLE COMING sacrifice for
$l6eo.
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m, only
the day before publication. This rah appliesto history, and blamed me, if I could Manager J. II. Dean of the Or- that OurGranffS11rillO1Ielliug
chances. for contract adrcrtivinc: it it find it-I searched everywhere, and lando Telephone company stated yesterday Two beautiful homes on
Invariable and will be strictly adhered t.
--- -- - -- the other night I happened to changemy that about a mile of new cable Lake Eola. Owner must sell.

Subscribers should notify desiring the The office Sentinel in writing discontinued on suit of clothes and blamed if I 1| was coming which will be used for Price of either only 6oco.

the date of expiration otherwise it will be didnt reach my finger in my vest j telephone wires, on Pine street and ) [
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continued at the regular subscription rates.until Several California bungalows
notice to stop is received. pocket for a toothpick, and blamedif Gore avenue. new -
Telephone Numb r .......:.............. 24SATURDAYrFEBRUARY there was n't the check. It had i ready to move into
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:20, 191:). been missing for eight months, I CO. C. ELECTION ;$1800 up to :$3000.Cooper" I of

knew it was around some place and Last night Co. C., 2nd infantry I .
It's a costly experience that makesa :didnt worry and I just find it." Our 10. R.. elected Lieut. II. Ray Chapman -

man feel cheap. !Mayor: was so astonished all he could : captain; E. T. Salisbury, 1st Atha
o do an' "If that'd been MILLINERYREADYTOWEAR
was gasp say lieutenant; and Richard P. Hammond -
The Galveston News says person- me I'd I torn the whole durned house: , 2nd lieutenant. 114 South Orange Ave. Ground Floor
ally we admire a man who wins a down to find i it," and Com. Robertson Phone No. 311

decoration on field of battle, but for says, "I never seen that much money I
YEGGS AT LARGE
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our part we could be content with a I before" and of course the press nev- \
, a mail order Iron Cross.. !er did neither. i I No clue leading to the arrest or A
o |"conviction" of the yegg who raided
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It is said that some of the Ger- -Bro. Charlie Rock says The Sen- ;the Vail residence at Palm Beach I VENEER CORES

mans feel a special grievance against Bytinel was the first Orlando paper I Sunday has been made. The detectives MENS'

Bryan because he has a son-in-law in that ever spelled "imbibed too freely": 1!, seem to have been foiled. In $1.25Per IIABLIMENTSA
the English army. Bryan probably D-R-U-N-K. Yep it's a harsh word the robbery Bishop and Mrs. Mann of I

controls his action about to the degree Bro. Rock but its easier to spell than Orlando lost heavily. I Strand Up '.
that Wilhelm controls his Cousin intoxicated soused or inebriated. By i WILL TAKE PLACE OX WEDNESDAY

George. the way there was no police court I The no-spitting signs posted about FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND
OAK WOOD AND THURSDAY NEXT
yest. Third time this week. The I I the city as a warning to men who expectorate -

It is with sorrow that we record a cob webs around the Mayor's cort will I j without aiming, seem to Orlando Wood Yard A.

tremendous disappointment that re- soon be prety thick, think we. :have served their day usefulness FEBRUARY 24th-25th 1
cently occurred in the life of Editor --()- i One theory however, which has never B. W. Kingsley, Proprietor I v
PINE STREET AND R. R.
Andrews of the Estero Eagle. Brother -By the by there are some women been disproved, is that a man who I Telephone 344 i

Andrews, being in Fort Myers, and some Orlando men that act as I I spits all over the sidewalk probably 9-30 iI

thought to get a shave and went to though they had a monopoly on good- I spits on the floor at home. I

the accustomed spot. What confronted ness. I -- ----- -- - -
him? We weep brothers! It wasa -o- -
millinery shop. Tampa Times. -In our vill. satan never offers togo I AN EXHIBITION OF TIlE

o ;into partnership with; a busy man.
There is a little Kentucky girl at- -o- I
tending the Cocoanut Grove school NewestoftheNewI
-It befell to our lot to take a terrible i I ,
Ron
who is a great delight.Iother," Sherr. I I
joy ride )"est. aft. with I
she asked a day or so ago, "what is Gordon, & Chief of Pot Smith, in I Living Models
idol?" Her mother
an replied: "Whyit Sherrif G's torpedo boat F-d. The I

is something. people worship-an route was to Ocoee, Winter Garden. I
image." The child listened attentively Apopka, Lockhart and Orlando. Bud I at the Grand Theatre

and then said: "Oh, yes, I remem- Vivian went along and froze too. The 'l Lake Eola and Eola ParkThe
ber now; we have one on the piano Winter G
sherrif served papers at
down at school." That day her mother with Tuesday Feb. 23rd
and Apop. At Ocoee we met up
visited the Cocoanut Grove school ,
sss s sssses
and sure enough there on the piano = From P. l\1. TO 5.30 P.M
was a bust of James Whitcomb Riley! o--0-0-o--o--o
-Miami Metropolis.COL. sssssssss s A CORDIAL INVITATION TO ALL

0 Showing Auto in action time is now ripe for an investment in this par- No Cards

HENRY WATTERSONCol. Clyde Pounds, Mr. Martin, Oscar &
Henry Watterson, the famous Brat Sanders who killed 3 rabbits 1 ticular section of the city. Property well bought will be

Louisville editor, reached his seventy- squirrell, 37 quail, and 13 doves. The

fifth birthday anniversary Tuesday.For Sherr. got two quail but we didnt. absolutely certain of producing a profit. I have two or
a man of his years, Col. Watterson We suffered a puncture, Chief Smith

still appears to be remarkablyhale procured some cheese cracker sand- three offerings which I can recommend as sure MONEY
and vigorous, and in full possession wiches, and then to Winter G. wherewe
of the powers which years ago saw Comm. Dillard. lie showed'us '

stamped him as the foremost journalist over the town and told us lettuce MAKERS.Call .
of the South and one of the very ) had risen and everybody was happy I
foremost in the nation. and we inspected the hotel registerand I and let me show them to you. Too Late To Classify

Col. Watterson was born in Washington found 34 visitors had eaten din
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D. C., February 16, 1840. ner there, and then to Apop. where FOR SATURDAY SELLING
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From his father he inherited a love more papers were served and we got I 1500 YARDS Plain and Fancy Ra-

for journalism and politics. The elder a fine view of the new city hall some- i tines, etc. in a fine range of seas-
Watterson was a member of congress: thing Orlando hasn't but should have, I onable shades and colorings eminently -
suitable for separate skirts, waists
diplomatist and editor of the Washington then home via Lockhart and then to Coat Suits, etc. regular values 35c..
Union influential and active work. We heard more inside detective II 50c.. 65c.: and 75c. Priced forSaturday's It
councils of the Democratic Gordon' S. Y. WAY yard .
in the par- stories from Smith and I ---- ----

ty. than we ever hope to hear again outside i 100 DOZEN Turkish Towels.-Just
In consequence of defective eyesight of Sher.- Holmes and Diamond i one case but a case of remarkably
which has always troubled him.oung good ,,values large size, heavy close
sent but littleto Dick. I Insurance and Real Estate Agent weave. and quality that fills]] out after
) Watterson was -- washing i full]] bleach good value at
the public schools but received ,I -Lazy pee-pul in Orlando genrally 1 40c. per pair Saturday 12! c. each,
much careful education at home. lIe work overtime when it comes to giving -I PHONE 172II pair 25c.SNAP .

early became a musical and dramatic advice.It I FASTENERS in black and
critic also a writer of miscellaneous I white all]] sizes. This is the make
sketches and essays and a member of do that usually]] sold at 10c. a dozen, Sat-
woudl be a mean thing to urday 3 dozen for 10e.I .
the editorial staffs of the "States"and Globe but the Wash- I II
the Boston ,
the "Democratic Review" both of says !I Ii
ingto man who is suing a chorus girl
Washington. At the beginning of the I for $1,500 damages because she kissed i
civil war the first named of these who !
him, deserves to have a lawyer
publications took sides against the "will soak him for a big fee and then I
Lincoln administration and was sup- i -,
lose the case.
pressed. Young Watterson then went i

to Tennessee had lived, where and whence the family his father formerly -- i,j: 1 t I 1 +++IMieMIIIHCIQMICIIIMIMieiiI I"



Nashville son After had enlisted been a newspaper short in sent the editorial to Confederate congress.Henry career Watter-.arm'on a". I''j I"I $200 $$12'215 ::11 $250 and so on I Ii Grocery IMPORTANTThe Department will hold a


and for a time was chief of scouts., Store demonstration all day Saturday of

for General Joseph E. Johnston. to $500 or $550 the famous "RICHELIEU" line of Fancy
After the war he made his way to ,i up i Groceries.

Louisville and few later in
a years I
Ladies are especially invited to attend
association with W. D. Haldeman, I
launched the Courier-Journal. I x Any price you want to pay for one of the choice and sample these goods.DICKSONIYES.

In due time Mr. Watterson became ,
editor-in-chief of the paper and a I I

great power in journalism and poli- I THORNTON PARK
tics. In 1S72 his paper was one of ,!
the famous "Quadrilateral" promoting -I

ended the in"Liberal"the nomination movement and defeatof which I I I Lots. Terms easy if desired. Only reasonable re- }\ CO.

for the presi-
Horace Greeley
dency. strictions. Call at 905 E. Central Avenue, or ask \

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Governor In the 1876 same Tilden Mr.year Watterson for he the served presidency.In supported four. your dealer if you care to see these lots. t .DEPARTMENT S r }

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months in congress to fill a vacancy, .11.

but declined re-election. For nearly : ORLAXDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

forty years a leader in the national : The Store of true service, of never-failing cour-

councils of the Democraitc party. Col. tesy, of fair dealing, of trustworthy merchandise -
Watetrson never has sought nor accepted i TAYLOR & THOBJSTTON at right prices
public office. He has been del- '
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egate-at-large from Kentucky to halfa
dozen Democratic national conventions ,
of the St. Louis :
was president ProprietorsM I
convention in 1876, and chairman of
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committee at the conventions j
the platform of 1880 and 1888. ., 'a0 a i c t' >"* " ' '. '", i niiimmin i in HIMTHE -




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-Edited By Kiss Eliza Wright II l J Open 2p.m.and6:30p.m.Admission .

Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254 5c. and hOc TTODAY'S J


WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR Hostesses :Mrs.: Mrs. Green X
Payne .
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and :Mrs.: Ford.
February 20th.Saturday PROGRAM
All ladies are cordially invited to 4-Reels--I ,
be present. These meetings will be :Mr.: C. E. Roussey will present 1

3 p. m.-Belgian Relief card party held every Monday during Lent. "OBERITA"in
Rosalind: Club. her beautiful oil paintings. This ,
7:30 --0-- is his last appearance in the and
p. "Everywoman; dramatic city I i 9o
class Rollins College. The meeting of the Civic League if you haven't seen this beautiful i
-- which was to have been held on MonL L production don't fail to see it this I j

Mrs. Lege Hostess day February 22, has been postponedto "ROSEMARY THAT'S FOR afternoon Five and and ten night cents.at the Favorite. '

The second of a delightful series of Saturday February 27, at the REMEMBRANCE"

bridge parties was given by Mrs. W. Chapter House at 3 o'clock in the CARL DAMN SELLS LOTS TO

M. Lege yesterday afternoon at her I afternoon. NEW YORK CAPITALIST r JEWELRYin

home on Hillcrest avenue. The hall -oA I A Selig special feature complete Carl
Dann has got his second wind every form can be seen here at its best. See
was beautifully decorated with I Happy Birthday our wrist watches,
pink in two and is busy again, after whirlwind I bracelets, diamond rings and a hundred other
roses and jessamine vine the drawingroom Viola B. Rider happily celebratedher parts. adornments andyou'll
of activity in disposing of lots in his recognize why this is the leading jewelry
with red and I fifteenth birthday February 19, hot se in town.
roses green vine new subdivision Colonial Hills. Ask prices and yoj'll: find still another reason. ,
and the pink roses and jessamine vine 1915. Many games were played and Mr. Dann has sold three lots to I

were used effectively in the dining j i later refreshments were served Frank A.
Gifford of Valley Falls, ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS.
room. Five tables of guests enjoyedthe I Among those present were Dorothy N. Y. The lots are located on Lake ,

bridge. Mrs. Hamilton Johnson Seymour Evelyn Gamble Dorothy Dot, and :Mr. Gifford will build tbr v _
a WMI HBHM v
made the high score receiving a love- Chalfant, Willie Banner, Louise Han- handsome home on his purchase. Mr. ManB aia I. J Q l f I :=I 1t,
;I
ly box of stationery. Mrs. L. II. ner Camilla Berry, Charlotte Reily "HEXPECK GETS A NIGIiOFF" T Gifford is a capitalist and will
Gedge received the consolation prize :Marian: White, Janet Tresher Ula valuable citizen. provea

a deck of cards in a leather case. Helms Ann Taylor, Rolla Seymour CHARMING A
EFFECTSare
Mrs. W. H. Robertson Mrs. T. O. Philip Frye Robert Davis Robert .

Brown and :Miss: Eloise Robinson as- Saults, Dan Tinklepaugh Filddes A gll produced by the new wall paper.
Biograph
Comedy A Riot.
sisted the hostess in serving a delicious Tresher Fred Tresher, Elwin Orton, Lucerne shown here exclusively. A room

cream course. Clarence McKay, 'Toad" Magruder, papered with any of these new wall
--0-- Dewey Hand, William Lewter Lester V and ceiling paperings will take on anew

Frances Willard MemorialThe Labean, Hayes Wood, Donald Helms brigher and more refined at-
TODAY !
Orlando W. C. T. U. observedthe Donald Evans Lindly Barlow Walter I i mosphere. You'll regret it if you

birthday of the beloved Frances Wright Robert Overstreet Herman select your new wall papers without

Willard on Friday afternoon. After Ange and Francis Terry. i 1 r L seeing these.
"A SURPRISE PARTY"A THE LAST APPEARANCE OF l 1
the business meeting several talks; t
were made by ladies who had person- FOR THE LADIES "THE SCHULTZES" Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Cod
t
known Miss Willard. A j
ally reading
,
205 S.
Selig ComedyDrama.HEAR Orange Avenue
by :Miss: Donna Voorhis was very The Dickson-Ives Company will &

much enjoyed. Piano selections by hold a store demonstration all day "SNIP""THREE f : COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261

Mrs. Bellamy were delightful :Miss Saturday in the grocery departmentof A

Switzer told of the work that the the famous "Richelieu" line of

W. C. T. U. matron does Ellis
at fancy groceries. Ladies are espe- '
Island. in caring for the women immi-I cially invited to attend and sample BROTHERS
VALENTINES{ [ AND VALENTINE{ { POST CARDS'All
grants who come under her super these goods. I "THAT ORCHESTRA A Majestic Special Feature I

vision. A collection was taken complete in two parts j I
which is divided between the work on
SLIGH POTATO
PATCH
IS ATTRACTING FEATURING
MARGUERITE
Ellis Island and a similar work i in MUCH INTEREST FISCHER I
our own state at Tampa. Mrs. Ped-

rick had the program in charge and That our winter visitors are interested kinds and prices to suit all

made an interesting talk. Tea and in other than
things the
wafers were served at the close. ) ive swans and croquet grounds is sport-evi- 5 cents 10 cents "OUR MUTUAL GIRL"In tastes and pocket books. Get yours

-0Mting denced by the fact that daily small New and interesting adven

PostponedThe parties may be seen strolling out into tures. while the assortment is good.

Civic League meeting an- the country where they spend many ONE BIG :MUSICAL: TREAT
nounced or Monday is postponed un
hours
investigating Florida agriculture -
til Saturday February 27, owing to VV. S. BRANCH
and horticulture and manifest a The big musical treat of the sea First Floor ________5c. and lOc. ,
social
so many events on George I
lively interest in all that they
see.
Washington's birthday. j One of the most frequented son when the University of Florida'sGlee White Balcony ____5c. and lOc The Arcade Book and Music Store
spots Club
comes to Orlando on next
Colonial--0--Tea J nearby is the Sligh potato patch of Tuesday in their fifth annual tour of Colored Balcony ____5c. and lOc I
30 acres of as thrifty looking vines the
state. One of Orlando's old boysis
Elaborate plans have been com- as can be found usually in the Northin the
pleted for the Colonial tea and musicale manager and one of his song
July. The entire field of vines I.
are hits will be
sung by J. L. Hearin "I
for the benefit of local charities
of uniform height and are of a deep Love I
You" written Dur.
by Geo.
to be given at the Westcott home
on green indicating how well they have Hamilton better known as Pug Ham FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
Lucerne Circle
on George Washing-
been cared for and are fast approaching ilton. So &
secure your seat early as
ton's birthday. The patronesses will
the where
point the blossom will
be gowned in colonial costumes and they will go on sale at Butt's on Monday Established 1886

several young society girls will impersonate appear. morning at 9 o'clock. Prices 35c.,
50c. 75c.
,
the belles of "ye olden NOTICE

time." A delightful musical program 1

has been arranged. Every one is invited Of Application for Tax Deed Under TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE

the gentlemen as well as the Section 8 of Chapter 4888
Laws of Florida
ladies. A silver donation will be re I WANTED position as dry goods
ceived for local charities. Notice is hereby given that Over- salesman. Am familiar with all
street Crate departments. Best of references fur-
of
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nished. .
Address-
Fla., purchaser of tax certificate No. care Sentinel. A
Mrs. Harold Stevens of Gaines 2-20-61
57. dated the Jth day of June A. D
ville. Fla., and :Mr.: and Mrs. Eli Craw 1906 has filed said certificate in my

ford and son, :Mr.: Lee Crawford of office and has made application for FOR FRESH VEGETABLES and REAL ESTATE RENTALS

: Jacksonville 111are the guests of tax deed toissue in accordance 'withlaw. strawberries phone II. McDaniel: A
1 Said certificate embraces the 708. Parties coming to the garden
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Lindsay at their following described for
property situated vegetables will be given low
home on Long street. in Orange county Florida to-wit: prices. 2-20-lmo
- North half of southwest quarter of

Miss Ruth :Merrill: of Plymouth northwest quarter, section 16, town- YOUNG SINGLE MAN
ship 24 south, range 27 east. The wants board
was a visitor in the city yesterday, said': land being assessed at the date and room with private family, by
coming over to shop and visit with of the issuance of such certificate i in I month or year prefe'-red; best of ref-
friends. the name of J. A. Knight. erences. Address II. C. H., care Sen- For Sale i
tinel.
Unless said certificate shall be re 2-20-lt
--0-- deemed according to law tax deed ---
The Missionary Study class will will issue thereon on the 22nd day of

meet The at:Visionary: the Chapter Study House class on Mon will 1 ::March Witness A. D.my 1915.official signature and OSTEOPATHYDR. House eight rooms. Lot 65%x167. Price

seal this the 20th day of February
day, the 22nd of February at :3:30 A. D. 1915.
p. m., with the following program: (Seal.) B. M. ROBINSON J. C. HOWELL $4500.00. A bargain.
Leader Mrs. Remsen. Clerk Circuit Court Orange Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
County, Florida. Kirksville Graduate
Topic Bishop Roots; Mrs. Kingsley. 2-20-41 Consultation Free

Topic Type of Women in China; Office Cheney Block Opp. San Juan -

Miss Marian Cary-Elwes. I Again we call your attention to the Office HoteL
Phone 716
; Residence 1018
Leading in China; Mrs Plaisted. classified ads.
Orlando Fla. " . . " ' " " " " " " UMMIMIMMMMtMillMIMINew ..

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Qualities which the cannot.seefine 34 ________
eye work- I x 41/2 $26.00
33 x 4 _________$19.05

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


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CUT PRICESTO ,I FOR a nice SALE-Would winter home you in like Orlando to have, --.f"l11111>eJI 11:11:
SENTINEL I where you could raise your own vegetables -
and strawberries, keep chickens -
GETREADY i and have orange, grapefruit and
: I tangerine trees? Not too far from
WANTS I the center of town; just at the city .j_ -- "**' t*=' >rl-n

CASH limits, on a magnificent street shaded; iXtt&JUMnBEXt !MfA3 K&9
i with all oaks, on the road to the : "- !1
i Country Club. If so, buy this gem.
I It has five large high ceilinged sun-
The Morning Sentinel Want ny rooms, and bath, newly paintedand
65 acres, Sanford and Orlando Directory is the Greatest Want papered, facing two streets.
Brick Road. Ad Medium in Orlando. Price only $2,000. Circumstances LANDO
compel us to sell. Address "Winter
Terms Cash in Advance. Home" care Sentinel office, Orlando.
5 Room House, close in. Easy 2-10-tf
Terms. RATES
For One Day ______________25t FOR ,SALE-On account of poor
I Lot in Highland Grove. For Three Days ____________50c health,the undersigned hereby offers Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Six Days _______________75c for sale at a bargain, his desirable I
For One ________ __ located
2 Lots Concord Park Month _$ .50 property at the corner of
This rate applies on all ads of West street and Ridgewood avenue.
Seminole Park Lots 25 words or less. If the ad con- This property is central, in a first
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 wilt 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 $ a4J'tt
We will do business on any of the office telephone No. 24. Ac- has six rooms and large J1 y81Iro11
the above. counts opened by telephone will be ceiled basement with flue, suitable for
payable the following day. kitchen or laundry; lot 47x83 feet;
house' unfurnished. Price $2,100.
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Every Home-Every Business- Also, nearly new, two-story six-
ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. 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 1.350.. KIN LAID all SNOIIVBENOrlando's
FOR SALE Also a beautiful connecting corner
lot, 70x83; feet. fronting on two

-For FineWATCH LIVINGSTON GLOBE tomato plantsfor streets, and graded for basement
sale. Apply at Central Garden, building. Price $1.000. For cash anda
CLOCK and R20 West Central avenue. 2-19-3t quick sale owner would dispose of A
all of the above, to one party, for Largest and Cheapest

JEWELRY REPAIRINGcall I FOR SALE-Practically new 'Ford $4,300. E. N. COY. 2-2-lmoc

touring car, at a bargain. Come I --- -
on C. VATER whois quick. Ford Garage. 2-19-3t! FOR RENT: FURNITURE HOUSECor.

an expert at this trade FOR SALE-Best truck farm in Pros-
per Colony for sale at a bargain if FOR RENT-Small flat, modern con-
with many years experience sold in 60 days. Farm consists of 15 veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A.

acres of as good land as there is in Knox. 11-3-tf Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
at Youngs Repair Shop ,
.. Orange county; 7 acres in cultivation;
all under fence; 6 room house, auto NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
Opp. Post Office; Pine StreetOSTEOPATH and wagon sheds, feed barn, stables, to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
corn crib and poultry house; crop and 10-25-tf
some farming tools go with place.S. ---
S. Bowman, Taft, Fla. A -
WANTED)
2-19-d&\vk-lmo ;

FOR SALE-Gentle horse, Maceywagon WANTED-Respectable, middleagedwoman l -11
who
and desires home to act as
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER buggy. Apply 411 housekeeper.
Vest street. Light work. Address
Office corner Orange Avenue and 2-18-Gt "Housekeeper. care Sentinel.

Church SU Davis & .McNeil Did-, FOR QUICK SALE-Will sacrifice 2-17-6t Eventually You Will Use

Phone 419. country store doing thousand dollars -
monthly business. Ill health WANTED Salesman and solicitor
---- -- owner's reason for selling. Address with auto; also two salesmen without :
Lock Box 144, Orlando, Fla. autos. Inquire Singer Sewing *
2-17-Gt :Machine Co., 43 East Pine street.

2-16-tfs 1

DO YOU WANT a nice little fruit
FOR SALE and chicken farm, just over city LOST-35x4 1-2 automobile tire on
rim. Finder
limits, at bargain price? 6 room will please return to GAS
J. L. Dillard Winter Garden, Fla..
bungalow, furnished; 120 fruit trees;
Four Lake Front Lotson 1,000 pineapples bearing; good land; and receive reward. 2-17-tfc
:
a nice place at a great bargain. Cash,
or will sell on easy terms. Owner LOOK-18! desirable city building ._ .
Colonial Drive East and going north soon and must selL Call lots, fine locations; prices very low, po
31 at 733 West Central avenue, Orlando. terms easy. Apply to W. H. Eaton,
Broadway; bearing orange -17-4t owner 215 South Main street, opposite
trees. 5200 Garage. All Methodist church. Phone 99.

for S3000. FOR SALE-Rhode Island Red eggs 2-14-H II oRCooking
for setting; fine stock; $1.00 for 13.
Irs. Calder. Phone 708. 2-3-lmoc ESTRAY have taken up and hold
PHONE 567 at my place one long horned, part
Jersey cow, white spot in forehead.
FOR SALE-35 h. five
p. passenger
and I will show you the best auto in good running order. Owner Owner can and recover same by proving and
leaving city. Rare bargain at $150. ownership paying costs of keep HeatingBecause
bagain in Orlando.LIMITED". -16-6t Address 94 Lakeview avenue, city. and ephone advertising.66. W. T. Entrican 2-18-tfc, tel-


Wai-man will deliver that
parcel or
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-Forty
acres near Jacksonvile, Fla., for note for ten cents; just call 296.
2-5-1mo it is the most convenient most
sale or exchange; what have you? ,
Address, 94 Lakeview avenue, Orlando. -
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Fla. 2-16-Gt* YOUNG COUPLE want furnished or
efficient fuel known.
and
"DIXIE unfurnished house; good location. cleanly most
Can give reference. Address P. O.
FOR SALE-Buick touring car, fully
equipped; speedometer, Presto tank, Box 435. 21.JtfcRin not begin today Gas User?
Why
etc. A bargain. Act quick. Call at as a
Between Ford Garage, Church street. 2-12-tf 296 and we do the rest, for

lOco Warman's Parcel Delivery Ser- You will time labor and
J cksonville, Chicago and St. Louis FOR SALE-Five room cottage, all vice. 2-5-lmo save expense.

modern conveniences, completely
Reestablished January 6, 1915 furnished, 307 Broadway avenue. Ap- Umbrellas recovered and repaired
ply to Mrs. McDade, 312 Broadway "while you wait," at Young's Repair
Northbound Daily Southbound avenue. 1-27-lmo Shop, 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc
9:35 am Lv. Jacksonv'e Ar. 7:30 pm -

5OSpm Ar.8:03pmAr.. Macon Lv.11:45 am FOR SALE-A good city residence, BUYERS AND SELLERSI
Atlanta Lv. 8:35 am with all modern conveniences; part buy, sell rent, and exchange real
12:18 am Ar. Chattan'ga Lv. 4:37 am cash balance on time. Address estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
4.50 am Ar. Nashville Lv.12.10 am "Owner," care Sentinel office. over 30 years. Have handled over ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
9:28 am Ar. Evansville Lv. 7:30pm -7-lmoc 20000000. Call and see m,'.
6:35pm Ar. Chicago Lv.11:30
J am 10-6-3m F. A LEWTER.
I 2:59 pm Ar. St. LOuis-Lv.2:15 pm FOR SALE-Five passenger touring

car in A-l condition; chei> for TRACY & MOORE, CARPENTERS GAS DEPARTMENT
Solid Train Compartment-Observa cash, or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor, House repairs of all kinds done
tion cars, Standard Pullman cars and 905 East Central avenue. Phone 696 promptly; repairing of leaky roofs; .
coaches, between Jacksonville and 14tfFOR screen doors and windows a specialty;
Chicago. Standard Pullman sleepers sleeping porches, counters, shelving,
Jacksonville ,' office fixtures window and
to St. Louis.DINING SALE OR RENT With stock garages ; .IF
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door frames made to order. Get our
and tools best farm in county; variety -
prices. 18 East Church street. A
fruits, 1,600 trees elegant
CARS ; up- postal will bring us. 1-11-lmo I
to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock
Jldg, Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- I '

Atlantic Coast Line er. 1-16-tfc D. K. Davidson Findley's Pioneer Paint &Wall PaperS tore

Standard FOR SALE-Story: & Clark upright F ForSaler r S l
Railroad of the SouthJ. grand piano won by Miss Myrtle GOLF INSTRUCTOR
Weeks in the recent contest will be Has always en hand a large and well selected

G. KIRKLAND D. P. A., building sold for fund.benefit Piano of Baptist be church Orlando Country Club stock of Wall Papers High Grade Varnishes, Paints,
seen
may
Tampa. Florida. at the'home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Telephone No. 249. Brushes, Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies.
Weeks. 10 Washington street.
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FOR SALE Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST i' ,J .orange grove; has been ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU.FINDLEY'S .

Terms to Suit Purchaser set out a year; select budded trees, .
Good citrus and truck land, cleared. '
I
in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots, on orange and grapefruit; there are PIONEER
brick road to be built this year two
miles from Orlando. Phone 1024, 4 Recently of New York 111-2 acres in the grove; located on
PHONE 67 Corner Pine and Court
rings or white H. G. Jackson, R. F. D. t
DR. L H. RAMSDEU No.2, Orlando, for appointment. Over Curtis & O'Neals, Orange Ave. Lake Jem Mary, between Lake Con-

OPTOMETRIST 2-14-lmo* 24d&wlmPHONE way and Lake Jennie Jewel, 3-4 of a
(8me Mor !. Dr. O. P. LikL.)
ORLANDO. FLORIDA FOR SALE mile from Pine Castle road, soon to .
75 acres suitable for citrus culture 616
WE FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSES and truck farming, bordering on a be bricked; new up to date seven room

AND HO ALL KINDS OF pretty lake and has one-half mile AUTO FOR HIRE house; good large barn and other The she i:::.et:
OrrlrAL REPAIRINGEstablished 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 sub OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
BARNARD & SON
1870 divided into 40 building plots 60x200 I quick sale on easy terms. Inquire of OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE
feet each, leaving about 60 for ,
R. E. COCHRAN CO., Inc. citrus fruits and truck farming acres; five 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla. J. B. Magruder, Jr., office in Arcade; FRESH AND SALT MEATS

132 Park Place, New York minutes walk to railroad station,I 12-10-.im or see the owner, 1 Kept under the best sanitary condition .
Wholesale Dealers and Commissio stores, hotel, school and churches.
When you consider location and good Everything screened away from the flies and kept fresh
I
Merchants in
Florida
Grapefruit Orangesand advantages transportation the facilities property's with real valueis other Dr. S. S. Jones G. M. BISSELL, I and pore.We .

Represented by $7,500. It is owned by a non-resi- CHIROPRACTOR invite Inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

dent who needs He author- in the Meat Line.JBT. .
Geo. W. Tull Orlando, Fla. money. at grove 1-28-lm ererythinf
izes me to sell it for $3,000. Whoever graduate Davenport College, 17 and I
Liberal advances made on con buys this property gets a bargain. 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phon ,
signments.R. For further particulars, call on 209. Intelligent people everywherare M. Self e Co.
E. Cochran, President.T. E. C. Young, room 10, McNeill & are being restored to health by chiropractic I I/
Davis building, corner Church street adjustments, the new scienc PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
.
L. Treasurer. I I
Turner, and Orange avenue. Orlando.131tfe of removing the cause of disease. Examination -
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t ,: I "Today" the vital and vivid 1rnla ] O-oera ::aO"U.S ;:;;

of New York life, which cometo ;ie: I

It Gave to Germany Her Most ,. .. $"L4 I. Lucerne theatre Wednesday, February 9 WEDNESDAY Y, FEBRUARY 24th

Distinguished Regiment. 24, is from the pen of that master j| e

;- playwright, George Broadhurst, and! 50 I

Abraham Schomer. "Today" deal' A Battleship Full of TIIEY'IIE

THE DEATH'S HEAD HUSSARS. I with the congenial phases of mankind. : e IN

Love passion fear hatred, self-sac
Entrancing Mexican )IF.\iCO
rifice and all blended in
Frederick loyalty are ,
Organized Originally by I 1..3
t William of Brunswick. Napoleon's an endeavor to potray woman's frail- | TIllS

Deadly Foe. the famous Body of i.. ty and man's power. A young wife's | Maidens PED. TIME

Cavalry Fought Its Way to Renown. IL lust for gaudy tinsel and a mad dei;i PIE
sire to gratify her social ambitions''!

Tbe curt refusal Napoleon 1. to tempt her to betray the trust reposed I|
allow Frederick William duke ot in her by an unforgiving husband. In ':' The Laugh of Your Life SEEM
Brun wl1.. to bury tbe body ot bis
II an instant she is dashed to the rocks j UIT
exiled father lu bis native land inspired
of destruction. The distracted hus- ,
.
tbe organization of the Death a
band unable to her with entreaties I MUTT AND JEFF
Head bus -an-. tbe most! famous regiment ., save JEFI1ND'
in the present German army M t x'i ; destroys her. The denouement |
Deeply muted by tbe ungracious act is electrical; the audience at the crisis TAKE

of the desjioUe Napoleon Frederick being wrought to a pitch of : VEItA

William after his first paroxysm of speechless expectancy and quickening I MEXICO
Indignation and bad .,
811tnidt"Q.vowed
rage! CRUZ
pulse. "Today" is not a white slave t
eternal vengeance against tbe
play, or a red light drama, nor is it I WITH II
.
'reucbulI'llIl"rOr| and uutii the day
aw z 1 a drama of disease, unless it be that
of his deathtihh! vas June Ili., 1S15. S
on the Held ut ju-itre Hrbe was .. re3"4 N Ea mental disease that afflicts some un- I'j ITS THE TRIED AND TRUE lOKELESS.

Napuieou" most IIU 'IC'lhlc fc,e tu an fortunates-the mania for clothes no 'j, POWDER

the Geruiuifate.. .. I matter what the cost. I FUN FROLIC
(liruu .uHK t"-uti: iHirn-O t<> Him.' b\ In "Today," which is being presented i|

the .t..n..I the relentless reuehinvader under the direction of Harry Von OF THE CENTURY E\ERYTHIXG
hake I- rt..J..n.'Jlllalll
repaired
Tilzer the gowns are a noteworthy I
) to r.oiicini.i after lib fathers YOU'I.. NEVER BE DISAPPOINTED IX NEW
feature and in keeping with the policy -I
deatb lie wultbout funds, but
through the efforts ot his si-ter. then of liberality which has characterized A GUS BILL SIlO' AND UI'

princes of Wales. Cnglisb funds' found SCENE FROM "TO-DAY" AT THE LUCERNE, FEB. 24 Mr. Von Tilzer's career as a pro- TO TIlE
their way to him. and be was enabledto ducing manager. He has secured the Seats on Sale at BUTTS CANDY SIIOI'
set on foot the plans be bad formedto I'- -- finest acting cast obtainable for the! MINUTE
revenge himself upon his enemy. FEDERAL AID TO GOOD ROADS'. of a wheelbarrow and shovel with interpretation of "Today." Its ros- I Best Seats $1.00. Prices 51.00, 7;>c., ;a0c.REAL .

All Germany was then under Napo IS FAVORED I.II which they repair every defect in its ter includes such well known namesas I
leon's foot Ills armies bad swept
away incipiency.
George :MacQuarrie lIel McKel--J
all Washington, Feb. t7-SpE'Cial
opposition. Prussia Brunswick. ( to
"These men keep the roads in repair ler, Helen Judson, Amelia Mayborn, ,
,-Bavaria. Saxony all tbe states were the Sentinel.)-That public'opinion
until the harvest ---------- -- -
season begins May Herbert, Charles Greene Jane j
mere vassals of France. But though is overwhelmingly in favor of federalaid ,
and then are left free to seek more Wallace and Frank Kimball.
\l conquered or subjugated their hatred to good roads, is conclusivelyshown -** 'NI
: of the oppressor was Intense, and underneath profitable employment among the
in the final of the
the surface a fire of hatred report joint farmers of the community. A road
smoldered which the dnke helped to congressional committee which has kept in repair until that time will BIG SALE

fan into the blaze that eventually sent spent more than two years studyingthis need no attention during the harvest ESTATEWe
general subject. In 1913 Hon
Bonaparte to St. Uelena. period. The highway patrolmen I .1"
The duke announced himself as apoleon's Jonathan Bourne, Jr., chairman of FEBRUARY 21
therefore afford a constant supply of Big sale of Georgia and Tennessee
foe. his stand the
Men flocked to committee sent to a large num-
labor upon which the farmers can depend horses and mules in Orlando at
ard. lie organized; aud equipped 2.UUU ber of commercial
,
l men and in memory of his newspapers organizations for part of their harvest help. J. Magruder, Jr.'s Stables on. .
farmers' unions and grangesa Wednesday, February 24th at 12:30:
lather, clothed them in black. A silver "We believe a very similar systemof
and crossbones adorned their circular letter asking them to as- maintenance should be worked out p. m. I,. f;. Bates will arrive in the bud sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate. ;
city Friday morning the 19th with
hussar' headdress, and the silver lacekblsbins certain the concensus of opinion in "
in this two loads of fine horses
of the jackets were placed to their communities on this question. The report country.is printed as House Doc- mules.car The horses consist of heavy and I t If you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call

resemble the ribs of a skeleton. Replies representing 100,000 indi- draft horses, farm horses, matched
"The Black Brunswk-kers they were viduals came from every state in the ument 1510, Sixty-third Congress. In teams fancy drivers saddlers! and and talk your wishes over with us. .
:
called. With tbe gallant dnke at their Union, and since the its 315 pages will be found the most general purpose horses. The mules
bead they began a guerrilla warfare requests for complete data ever gathered on this consist of matched teams and single i The manager of this firm has had years of exper- I
opinions were made wihout discrimi- mules weighing 1,000 to 1,300 pounds.
tbat was a continual worry to the subject.Washington's.
French a rrn I f'S. Von Stein, Scbarn- nation, and without knowledge as to : Several of these mules are right out t ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a
of hard work and are a little thin I
* the views held the
| burst and others hive them secret en- by persons or organizations I
in flesh but all good rugged workers.
-ounigementThrough addressed the responses Birthday celebrationat I. Any one wanting good stock should I million dollars worth of Florida Real 'Estate in the last
the Fair
:tsony. Hesse and Hanover show with reasonable accuracy the Grounds. 2-19-3tc attend this sale, where you will havea
tbe troupers gobbled up and put to tbe attitude of the people throughout the chance to buy any kind of a horseor two years. '
sword French detachments. Recruits county. mule you want. Any one wantingto I I
Corked! to them. At Benieck tbe duke buy at private sale or exchangecan We are well posted on the values of all classes and
Ninety-seven cent. of the nnpn h Tinner
gave battle to the French General Ju- per replies do so any time before the auction I
favored federal aid and sale starts, 21,
Wednesday. February
three
and him. All H
not whipped' Germany
when every rema'nin<. horse *..-<'1 mn'r kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all
thrilled at the romantic accounts of per cent. were against it. iJi jjuiiliuUOJjFEB.
will be sold to the highest bidder re-
..tbe daring of the terrible "!flack Bus Importance of MaintenanceThe cardless of what they cost. Don't t bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real! f
.
f'TI'1's.A report emphasizes the impor- forget the date. Sale positive ruin
Sa uu army fins whipped at Zlttlll shine. -17-?vktic
tance of maintenance and says: or :: Estate Bargains.
and another force at Halberstadt. 23
"The permanence of an improve- .
A regiment bad grown into an army SIGNS ;
ment depends largely the character
the could upon i
only one Napoleon's troops --
not corner and whip The duchy of of maintenance. The stone or
Brunswick was invaded and the gravel surface as well as the founda- The University ot Fla Gold Leaf and Aluminum on

French ssirrKou alarmed Leipzig was tion of the highway, needs constant I Glass or Wood ; ;

suipri-.ed: ;iud captured.' attention, similar to the care given I Cloth Signs and Big Bulletins II VI/tHiNG/ COMPANY ; : i

bill the attle of Wagranthe duke the rails and roadbed of a railroad.It Glee Club !
and his hussars rode over Germany at a specialtyI
is the filling of the small rut, the
will That victory gave Napoleon more repair of the small break, tha pre- have Morgan with me and can R. D. PARING Manager
,
time to devote to them and the duke
in their Fifth Annual Tour of the
was for td to flee to England. But the vents more serious damage."In give prompt serviceGEO.A.BARKER
"Ha! <.k Hussars." with the death'sb.nIt France, road patrolmen are employed Slate. Room. 4 and Watkins Block (Phone No. 6311115tf i

on their raps, continued the war to care for certain sections of Seats on sale at BUTTS Feb. 22, i i

tare in scattered bands. They were highway.: Their tools consist chieflySPECIAL 9 a.m., 3->c_, 50c.. and 75c.; 110 West Pine St. I
.welded into .1 brigade: in 1814 and as apart y
of a division: in tile allied army"umllllIltlt'd .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

It>\ the Duke of Brunswick Get the news in the Sentinel .rst.

le into I'jiris after Napoleon's down SALEFOR ____ _n_. ___

fallThey finish:; acaln during! the hundred -
dIn The Duke of Brunswickdid LUCERNE THEATRE slid:NIGHT Feb. 24

not .lire to see Napoleon's complete
humiliation He died on the field of
Matinee 3 p.r'Jl.
battlehile trying to rally some' recruits Special $1

vi ho tartcd a stampede] at the SATURDAY AND MONDAY
first French 1 brv

The *":
such! n < "iui that the organization;: was Kingan's Best Hams. per pound-_:?lJc Pettijohn Breakfast Food per kg. In*' NIWYORK
,-vutinu.tl in the Prussian army. Today -
its. +'oUMiH is the crown prince of Breakfast and Smoked Bacon :Malt Breakfast Food, per pkg _ tic

C'ruJlny. and among Its officers are per pound ___ 20c., 23c. and 2Sc Post Toasties, per pkp __u ._ 9e-

primes of u dozen: reigning Herman Queen City Best Creamy Butter Shredded Wheat _______u___ h _12<' r
lb. ___________40c THE SEMSCTIONAL- I DF XTI I C
Til uiilie per --------- Wheatena, per pkg _____________loc
The regiment presents a splendid ap- Anchor Brand Butter per pound__3oc Sterilized Wheat Bran, per pkJ1;'. SUCCESS OF THE CENTUR.VVITAU.AND

penrance ?u parade| its picturesque Ivinjrhan's Sliced Bacon per pound cOt Florida Cane Syrup in bulk, pet

uniform of which tbe skull and cross Meal in bulk per pound ____5c gallon _uuu_____ _GOc e
Utni on the headdress are the most
sirikins attrartious. imparting to thedashthc Best Cream Cheese per pound __20c Florida Cane Syrup in gallon

,'a\airj men a sinister and Salt :Mackerel each -___________10c cans __________________ _ Sot-
Martini:; fflttuKansas City Times. Fresh Country Eggs, per dozen __COc Prunes, per pound 13c., 2 lbs for 23<'

---- 5-pound can Rumford Baking Pow- Best Apple Cider Vinegar, per bot lot-

The Walrus' Defenses. der __________________-____$1.15 Sweet Corn, per can _n__U U h 9<'
A full grown walrus will weigb as Olives per bottle each_ 9c and 23c Sweet and Sour Pickles, per bot 9r

much a* 2.1"u |x>unds. a mountainous Tomato Catsup per bot-, lOc and 20c Best Irish Potatoes per peck_ _:25<-

mace of niuie and bliiblier. He is Pumpkin, 3-pound can each ____lOc Best Sweet Potatoes per peck __ -:?0<'

armed with tusks, of !ivory sometimestwo Apples 3-pound cans each ______lOc Selected Yellow skin Onions, Ib_ 4c
# feet in length, and when from his
1 cans No. 1 Van Camp Pork and Barrington Hall Coffee lb. cans 58c-

nprearevl hulk these formidable weapon Beans -------_____________-23c; White House Coffee, lb. cans _:iTc
*? are plunged downward upon an
PIlt'IIItll...,. are ItS resistless as the 2 canbxo. 2 VanCamp Pork and Maxwell House Coffee, lb. cans _38c

drop of a' guillutltie./ Such a thick Beans _________________________25c Crisco per can, 24c., 4Sc., and_ _90c

layer <>f lilulilier lit>> under tbe skin 3 cans Van Camp Hominy uu_25c 6 bars Octogon Soap _________ __ _25c

that li.. U |pra 'tletilyfad in an armor Sterilized Wheat Bran per pkg15c 6 pkgs Washing Powder u___h _25c
inivrtions| to teeth and claws alike.

-M Mchoia-v We have put on a free delivery service

Flight of a Bullet.
The same |TOJO -tile propelled by the and all purchases made of us will have SAP
tame |niv\ei will travel farther If pro- I-
jetted vertically than it projected on
our prompt attention. Telephone or
a horizontal liue tour feet from the
ground Thus a bullet firt>vertically
witt a velocity ot. pay. 100 feet per I while down town call in and leave your

second will as-end to a height of IXWlfeet I-

while: If tired with same speed orders for groceries. IA I VIVID
horizontally four feet from the ground 1 -

fifty will strike feet-New the earth York at American.Knowest a distance. of DRAMA N .Y LI I FE

CASH GROCERY CO.

thou tile meaning of this

Jor day attempt? What to thou do.-carlyle.canst do today wiae- t 7 East Church Street PRICES. a'dANiGHT) 2 25c ac !to to $1.00.150 Seats on sale ft'I on. 9.30: at Estes t






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introduced each one to me as his News Notes pet hold of which was distributed on 'I' Really Reliable When a man does try to be good I
FROM \WAR ZONE! "dearest sweetheart." I forgot to Apopka the fair grounds at Orlando last Buffalo Express: his wife doesn't believe it

count them. At any rate, they did week. lIe did not see the entire pa- "Is your maid trustworthy*"

not understand English.' Otherwise lIon. S. S. Griffin, representativeelect per but saw enough to bring him here, "Trustworthy"Vhy.. I even give Were It not for A womiin crtt -

BY MISS NELLIE BLYA LA jealousy might jeopardize his next from Orlando, was a pleasant and after looking the field over decided her the key to the bread box:" she would be flatter proofHammond&Gore

production. visitor in Apopka Wednesday, and I that here was where he want I

while here was conferring with the ] to make his future home. Seeing is I
A FEATURE FOR Then they took us to supper. In ..OM OIU" ..
I I fruit in and invite others ,
addition, I had a beautiful bunch of citrus growers regard to a believing we to

flowers. The gipsy band played Szomory's uniform field box for fruit picking, I come and see what opportunities we j I r
which he proposes to introduce at the have here to offer to homeseekers and
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SENTINELREADERS music and "Ynkee Doodle.
session of the legislature. The home builders.
had to sit at the head of the table. coming
plan to have a law requiring all packers -
When supper was over we all sat
and purchasers who handle fruit $200 in cash prizes given away at
there. I thought the president of the
from the tree provide themselves the Fair Grounds on Washington's FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I.REAL I.
Press club would give the signal to
go. with field boxes of uniform size is a Birthday. 2-19-3tc

t good one and should meet with uni- VALUES LOW PRICES
Finally Mr. Schriner learned that
The following dispatch was sent versal approval, as it would give every PLEASE NOTICEIn
etiquette required all to sit still untilI
while Miss Nellie Ely, special corre- grower opportunity to have his COMPARE
the signal to lIe whis-
in Austria for the International gave go fruit mesured in boxes of the same answering an advertisement
spondent
News Service, was in the city pered this horrifying information to size, no matter who handled the fruit. where no name is mentioned in the
OUR FURNITURE
after I had been wondering for
of Budapest Hungary, and is a con- me That has been a great hindrance in ad. please do not ask the Sentinel for I I
hour what all waiting for.
were
we
an
have field boxes information to the identity of the
the as some as
past
her of her experi-
tinuation of story We provide the quality i of furuiture that has long
Dr. :MacDonald had just been show- much larger than others, and should advertiser. Usually we do not know,
there.
ences been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
ing me his new watch. It is gunmetal they buy fruit at the same price per and if we did, we are not allowed to
By Nellie Ely t I standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .
gold trimmed. It is six inches fruit for the this information. Simply
box they get more give out
wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We ca 't make:
Nov. 10. I turned at the :
Budapest in diameter. and the grower has fewer write a letter and address it as per
money
sound of my name to find Miholy Gel- I f I rose to my feet and held up the boxes and is thus deprived of his just instructions in the ad.CONTRACTOK. I this point too clear-it and that is one of the much foundal to on hot stonesof ....
this business means
outstretched hand and smileof my )
lert, with baby dock. They all could see that it rights. The bill is a good one, Mr. I I :
who has frequented
welcome. Every one was 1 a. m. In taxis we drove to the I Griffin, let's have it become a law.
:
restaurant and the
Haan's Winter Garden. The show keeps up I The new city hall will be formally McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK,
will recall him. He is Mr.
St. Regis until 4 a. m. It was a good show, too. opened to the public on Friday night, R. N. SEYMOUR is the man to see
Haan's nephew. He invented the before letting contract, if you are going Cor. Orange Ave. Church St.. Orlando, Fla.
The number
twenty-seventh
was on
II February 19, with an address by
build and want the best house
to
Nellie which still \
la Ely,
"Eggs a :
cards. He is the when we got there. It was a long- Mayor Davis, Judge 'V. R. O'Neal possible for money invested.P. \t ; J
appear on his menu legged' girl in white and four auto- 'and perhaps others. A program is O. Box 19;;. LPhone 478. ,
owner of this hotel. In comfort and 2-18-lmoc
matic young men in black, who sang' I being arranged and a very pleasant
design it equals any in New York.It .
and danced to a tuneful ditty, during evening is anticipated by those who - - -
is just like being in New York to
which the stage was darkened and will attend.

be here. they showed their faces with pocket thief entered the storeroom
Some sneak
All his waiters and help speak Eng-
electric lamps. Many of our mem- B. F. Wilson last Monday
lish. His bar produces real American bers who had been missing were sur- !I night of and took some on$20 or $2;-> Your Sale must close SATURDAY !

plishment cocktails, an in EuropeI almost unknown accom- boxes.prised to be found in the curtained I worth of goods consisting of cigars After that the regularcashpriceprevaIls.

tobacco, candy, and a few other items
had hot bath in the daintiest
a I I Then Turkey Trott.g together with a very small amount of .
tiled bath jim-dandy dinner, I
room a
which was left in the cash
At 4 we left for another resort, change
and then went to a coffee house where I[where they are presumed to do turkey drawer. No clue to the thief has CO.
we all lined up to meet our com- ( ) HOOSIER MFG.
The made
mander. 'I I trotting in the cleared space on been found. entrance was Signed

,the floor, while the drinkers from the by the rear door to the store room. I
We were invited to' be the guestsof boxes enjoy the sight.' I was no The ladies of the civic league are ,

a Kino show, where we saw "Billy" longer surprised': at the prejudice arranging for an entertainment to t be R v

Anderson, as "Broncho Bill," done in against the tango. given next Monday night which they I

Hungarian and converted from the have called "Martha WashingtonTea.
From here we went to Bojoro,
gay and lively life of a bandit by a (t where all-nighters go for soup before ." The proceeds will be appliedto

Christmas dinner with "the girl." I going home. It was filled with people furnishing new drop curtain for Your Last Chance

do hope the turkey was young and and smoke. the front of stage in the city hall.11r.z. I
that "Broncho Bill" did not thereafterfind II
The Astoria's splendid: beds never A. :Morris: representing

life prosy. Of course there were held a more grateful sleeper. It was Sproul, Paul & Co., of Boston, was

war pictures, but they were tame after 6 a. m. in town Wednesday looking over the "White Hoosier Cabinet
You still Beauty"
the realities I have seen. can get
I did not want to get up even at prospects for fruit and produce. He

Met "Queen of the Kinos noon, but the mayor was to receive us was well pleased with this community <

From here we were taken to the at 2. Mr. Schriner, Von Leidenfrostand and sees no reason why we should at a saving of $2.50 until tonight. But not later.

Volks theatre, where we saw "The I walked to the city hall. We not soon become large producers here.

Queen of the Kinos." Between acts were the first to arrive. An attend- J. S. Morgan, of Birmingham, Ala.. I
A Hoosier Cabinet at the regular
the amiable manager took us back ant ushered us into a room filled with was a business visitor in Apopka
price is a bargain "White Beauty"is
and introduced us to his stars. They fine furniture and splendid pictures.A Tuesday, and was so highly pleased the most complete Hoosier ever '

were extremely good looking. One map on a table showed by small here that he expects to return and I built. At $2.50 less than the cash z

girl insisted on having everybody's flags the position of the Austrian and make his permanent home here. He price, this "White Beauty" sale is literally -
autograph. Szomory kissed the I! Russian forces. One on the wall was attracted here by a small pieceof I a chance of a lifetime. And t wJ

the forehead he showed the German and French. News he happened toVJedndy
the
prettiest ones on as Apopka I
the last make ,
I II now, for time, you can
I this saving and have "White Beauty"

-i I Ii delivered to your home by -


ii i Paying Only $1The r



s Feb1 24th l iO1 lD extra balance fees. No is only interest.$1 weekly.Just the No j

cash price less $:!.50 t

ISVT THIS COMMON SENSE ? .l

If "White Beauty" will save you G I

miles of steps; if it will save :you ,,._...._
time and energy; if it will put your -

whole kitchen at your fingers' ends,
Amelia Avenue Lots and enable you to get through more I" F

quickly and keep your kitchen always s n + -

in order, isn't it common sense 0 /

to come down today and examine this

wonderful cabinet while you still can 0 ?

save $2JJO ? It won't take you five
At Auction minutes to decide. You couldn't

spend five minutes more profitably.! .


A FEW OF TIlE 17 FEATURES EXCLUSIVE YOU WANT IT BECAUSE IT IS SO LOW

IN THE HOOS1EK Xo article IN PKICE into kitchen has her
ever put a
Bann COller1S n PlllJli WCddlllg The new patented shaker flour sifter shakes hetter built than the Iloosier. More than twelve:

flour through instead of :grinding it through. It hundred parts go into every cabinet. Every Jon!
finished and braced. The outside
IS perfectly!
is the most important improvement in the entire ,
sysfiDlsh is especially made to stand kitchen we;o
Hoosier Cabinet. The simple bookkeeping
A Hoosier Cabinet will last you as long as you
tern puts an end to troubles with the market
man. The cook-book holder keeps your book live.

open at the level of your eye. The Food guide YOU WANT IT BECAUSE IT WILL LAST A
Free Autos to and answers the eternal problem, "What shall I cook LIFETIME
for dinner?" The pencil holder keeps your pen-
cil always handy. There is a special compartYou can't measure the value of an article that
ment for. string, and a sliding metal shelf for will save you miles of steps every day, but the
cake. The list might cover this page, and still present low price. of the Hoosier measurednot
complete the reasons why you want a Hoosier against any standard known, makes it the great
From Grounds Cabinet. est furniture bargain: ever sold.



i Decide Today to Save $2.50.



[ I i Monday Will Be Too Late!

SOUVENIR SPOON fOR [EVERY LADYFinest ,

I This is your last opportunity to get this "White Beautie left. Don't be surprised if they
Cabinet on these remarkable terms. Other womare an' ious to keep it, "ay only $1 a week for a
to try the 'Ioosler right at home Then, youen
who have postponed are making their decision are anxiouto keen it, pay only $1 a k'fo #J
the final day-positively thu weeks. back if not de
i now. Today 13 few more Money you are
residence lots ever offered at last. Come in early, because there are just a few lighted with it.
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auction. Full particulars See i OSCAR HAND & SONLETTERS


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The Lot Man at His Office or TO THE PUBLIC: We authorize this sale limited

to .White Beauty" Hoosier cabinets at $2.50 less

than the fixed cash price these cabinets this

WM. FITZSIMMONS week on1y. THE HOOSIER MFG. CO. New Castle Ind.


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r- I WASH GOODS DEPARTMENT Style Show of MillineryUnrivalled

If you have a Wash Goods need, now is the time to fill it.
We are splendidly equipped to supply jour every wash goods in! Florida! and in the South. Here is a wonderland -
O! need, with new spring ;rgoods. Broad assortments and exceptionally of beatI Millinery! ; hundreds! of new and becoming
Hats, full of individuality and distinctheness. Distinctiveand
low
pricing. wonderful in their beauty and for their faithful interpretation -
WHITE COTTON VOILE, a sheer fine quality, 40 in- of the Parisian models. These beauties are the creation -
__ches wide, specially priced at _______________________23c: of well-known eastern Milliners, and embody value, variety -
beauty and correctness of style not obtainable elsewhere
SILK ORGANDIES, very fine and sheer, beautifulDolly at so low a cost. Double the Big Store's price would, we feel,
c:: ____________
Varden patterns, 40 inches wide GOc be a fair average comparison. Flowers of all kinds from tiny
TISSUE FILLET, a beautiful lace stripe fabric, very boquets to wreath effects, are extensively used for trimmings,
Ci sheer floral designs, dainty colorings, 36 inches wide__50c and lend a youthful charm. Black and all the new shades are

AVILON LENO, a dainty printed fabric, very fine and here.
sheer, beautiful designs, 36 inches wide __.__________lOc
BELMAR VOILES,handsome conventional designs, the iQi
kind our grandmothers use to wear, 36 inches wide35c BOYS' DEPARTMENT

PRINTED VOILES, dainty colorings, in floral and Jac-
quard ,patterns, 36 inches wide ___________________30c OUR BOYS CLOTHING STOKE can truly be called the '0''
CREPE PLISSE, in small neat designs, floral, stripes. ..... Mother's Friend. Here she may buy her boy a suit with a
and figures, light and dark colors, 32 inches wide ____25c: sure guarantee! !of stylishness and serviceability, and at the IQI
same time practice economy. The new Spring Suits are natty
CREPES, beautiful line in large floral and small neat and desirable, and very low priced. .
patterns, dainty colorings, 32 inches wide __________19c r
We have the Famous line of SPRAGUE MADE WASH
101 HINDOO CLOTH,the most beautiful silk finish, trans- SUITS AND ROMPERS. You may select from these late
1 parent fabric we have ever shown, plain white, 45 models, Oliver Twist, Midy, Balkan and Tommy Tucker, in all
inches wide ___________________________________$1.00 the best and newest varieties of materials.
''Cl
PIQUE, In plain white, very popular this season, large
and small welts, and a splendid quality at ___________25c: .

, PERSIAN LAWN, a beautiful wash fabric, full 43: in-... .. OUR BEAUTIFUL GARMENT SOLONS '
-r ches wide, plain white ______ ____ ____ __________25c
: : : ARE NOW IN THEIR SPRING ARRAYrevealing
DOTTED SWISS, small neat dots, in plain white, very
transparent, 30 inches widei_____________________35c all the forerunners of what "IS to BE" in Suits and
JAPANESE CHINTZ CREPE, a handsome sheer material Dresses.
The stunning new effects, suits with their smart shortsigns
in white, with small neat embroidered de-
36 inches wide _____________________1____$1.25 waists and widely flared skirts, in Gabardines, Poplins, Serges

,' PRINTED MULLS, dainty designs and colorings, light and Mixtures.The dresses are perfect little dreams of beauty, as fresh
and dark colors, 29 inches wide _________________12/2C! and charming as spring itself, featuring the popular shades
of Sand, Putty, Belgium Blue and other new shades.
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MENS' DEPARTMENT

Just arrived, our Spring and Summer Lines of Straw and "!
Panama Hats, in all the newest styles and braids, also our 6 Onx HosieryOnyx '
Spring line of Neckkwear, one of the nobbiest lines ever displayed -
in the city at 50c. Look over our Men's Department.It .
is complete both for young men, and men that stay young.
Let us show you.

the popular

5 =a= Hose. 1Ve are showing
OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT '
a complete line in black,
0
Just received a full line of Spring Footwear. Everything tans, white and fancy, IT"r
o thai's good White Canvas, Buck, Patent and Kid Pumps and the best pure thread

o Slippers, in the new strap effects. silk made at $1.00, $1.50
.
Come in and inspect our stock. We have the style you and $2.00.
want, in the size you need. Our prices are right.
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solists and actors in the "Mi

JJANKYOUR MONEY kado," to be presented at the Lucerne

theatre Thursday and Friday nights,
are Orlando's best known and most

> / PAY BY CHECK skilled artists.
The solos: "A Wandering MinstrelI
," "The Flowers That Bloom in the

Spring the famous "Tit-willow," :" ':-.:-_ '->':,-:: _.: ;.;;:';: .,:.'-J":, ;
and "The Moon and I," are among

the best known numbers, and the
choruses: "Three Little Maids From Pffl

School," "He's Got 'Em on the List,"

.. and "My Object All Sublime," needno
t ." introduction to the public.
The chorus is composed of fifty
TAKE NO CHANCE young ladise and gentlemen, all of

them having well trained voices, and
DON'T send through the mails. If
money
chorus and principals are all working
the letter is lost, the contents are lost and cash
under the able director, Mr. Forrest
seldom finds its way back. Dabney Carr. I You are invited to examine the exhibition -

Think of SAFETY FIRST. The leading parts will be taken by
the following well known ladies and 11 II It II of $23,000.00 in ancient and '_

f Buy a Bank Draft. If the draft is lost we issue gentlemen: The Mikado, Mr. Cestia
i another-you don't lose a cent. Cost is little, Lawton; Nankipoo, his son, Mr. Don- ii II II II modern coins and currency dated from

r -the security certain. ald Cheney; Ko-Ko, lord high execu- LI ii ii 550 33. C. to 1915 and including the : 10-
; You can buy a bank draft here at the tioner, Mr. J. M. Cheney; Pooh Bah,

r State Bank any business day. lord high everything else, Mr.: George 000.00 bill, v/lilcb arc displayed in our

Phillips; Pish Tush, a noble lord, Mr.
t Frank D. Guernsey; the Three Little director's rocm back of our vaults,
The State Bank ol Orlando ;
t Maids: Yum Yum, Mrs. F. D. Carr; .
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Pitti Sing, Mrs. James Magruder;

Peep Bo, Miss Millie Smith; Katisha, : :
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the old maid, Mrs. Louis Koehne; ';rt"
Umbrella Man, Mr. Wilber Tilden.


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Reserved seats go on sale Monday
morning, 10 o'clock, at Estes, Drug '.. :.:' : '
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Store. Price SOc. 75c. and $1.00. ;:; :::

; Mrs. Mary Schubert and Miss Hilda 2-20-2tc
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f PERSONALi Schubert, of Ironton, O., were passengers -
i Mrs. H. B. Myers and sister, Mrs. '
IJ to Orlando this morning, leav-
A great relay race at the FairGrounds i ng on the boat by the way of Tam- Lula VanVorhis, returned yesterday .
F on Washington's Birthday. "J>a. They will spend the remainderf afternoon from Tampa where they ID rl:
; 2-19-3tc () the season there.-St. Petersburg have been spending several days and 0 ; :w';

., -- I ]:ndependent. taking in the sights.

Messrs. II. E. Swabey and P. A.I I I
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Brice, of New
Vans Agnew represented Kissimmee : Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lowther, who i'n .: .' --: : -. : -:. '. .. ,. ".' -, .... : :> .'" '. v
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in Orlando yesterday. !have been guests at the Belmont York, who are spending the winter : ; -.: '" '" .' _-,: :::: ..t.::; :: ; 'z: >
I Orlando, at 406 East Church street, I -
since the middle of December, are
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Smith, of Elk- I;lmong those recently departing. They returned yesterday afternoon from a -

hart, Ind., are among the new comers i ,went to Orlando and will be registered trip to Tampa and St. Petersburg.Mr. I -

in Orlando.Dr. 11 at the St. Charles for the rest -
I f season.-St. and Mrs. A. L. Tison, of Day-
14) Petersburg Independent. -
M J. Lunquisl and wife, of Atlanta '' 4 ton, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. C. II.

are making the San Juan headquarters Emmons, of Columbus, Ohio, left yes-
during their visit to Orlando. 'i terday for their homes in the North. CANDIES

----- I, They have spent the past six weeksin

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Maxon, of Len- Two Handsome Orlando and expect to return again I

nington, Canada, are guests at the next season.
San Juan for a stay of some length. Lake Front
I Miss Mattie Beall Magruder, who Page ailaws

Mrs. S. Waters Howe and niece, has been visiting relatives and friendsin
Grove and Home
Miss Lucile Quartermann, have returned the city during the Gasparilla cel-
from a week spent in Tampa ebration, left today at noon for Or-

with relatives and friends. PropertiesOne lando to visit friends for a few days Try a Box ofBoston's
before going to the east coast for a .

I Mr. J. R. Thornton, of Atlanta, visit. She will return to her home in

Ga., representing S. P. Richards Paper Columbus, Ga., in about two weeks.-
company, spent yesterday in Or- Tampa Times. !!
of them is the pret-
lando. Finest
tiest lake front location in :Mr. F. M. Jeffrey, who has been CandyMcElroy's

Mr. II. J. Smith and wife, of Dal- the State of Florida, with spending several days in Orlando, a

ton, Ga., are spending today in Or- large acreage and a most guest at the Astor House, left yes-
lando. They are stopping at the San modern dwelling.The terday for his home in Delphis, Ohio.
Juan. Mr. Jeffrey is very much interestedin
other has a fine this section of Florida and in order
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I Mr. J. II. Holcombe, of Tampa, grove, with modern improvements to keep posted on the happenings sub-
spent yesterday in Orlando in the in- scribed for the Sentinel before leaving -
and worthy of
terest of Lucas Bros., wholesale gro- for the North.
any further improvementsdesired. .

cers. ----- Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Henry, of PharmacyII

Rev. and Mrs. E. Lee Smith, of These ford, Conn., arrived in Orlando
are high priced
Apoka, spent yesterday in Orlando terday afternoon to' spend the lIart'I'I a
greeting friends and transacting bus- properties, but they are six weeks. They had heard

iness. both big bargains. nice things about this city i
surrounding country that they could --
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Mr. J. G. Kirkland, division passen- not afford to miss paying:; this place
ger agent of the Atlantic Coast Line, a visit. All they har'J about this w
was in Orlando yesterday from I city and more has been fully substan- (; 1 ;,

Tampa in the interest of his road. SlDoWSon G tiated, they said to a Sentinel representative -

yesterday morning. They
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Crawford, of intend remaining here until the mid- Friends opinions
REAL ESTATENo.
Jacksonville, 111., and their daughter, dle of April and will perhaps pur-
Mrs. Davis, of Gainesville, left for chase a lot and build and become
3 WEST PINE STREET
Orlando this morning after a few permanent winter residents. -' '
days' visit to their old friend, D. Second Floor I ::

'aUs.-Palm Beach Post. FORAGE GROCERY COMPANY. I ,. ;. ... ,;-- ryConvincing - ...
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, proof of efficiency in our ; :of.. :. 1;,.', # .
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"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIArtistic I. \ ";F .i\.:
: Banking service is the fact that a large " .",
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i Saturday Specials I \i !'
: 10 lb. pail lard ________________$1.00 "
Souvenirs 15 lbs. sugar ____nnnnn 1.00 part of our new business arises from the I .. ;. -iw\.f. -
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Apples, per peck nnU I ,. : I
96 lb. sack Pillsbury flour -4.40 y :
: 24 Ib sack Pillsbury flour uu uu 1.15 recommendation of present patrons. I I y t '- :. .;/; .,

12 lb. sack Pillsbury flour _uu .,,0 t y-P ., _-. '
i 96 lb. sack good pastry flour_n 4.15 -. : ;
24 lb. sack good pastry flour ___ 1.10 -
Sterling Silver Spoons, Forks, Hand 12 lb. sack good pastry flour _u .55 Frequently new patrons tell us that.they ;. '
9 Ibs. meal nnuuuU__ .25 \
Painted China, Crumb Trays and many 9 lbs. grits nnnnU___ .25 establishing relations with this Bank + A
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90 lb. sack grits and meal u 2.20 .
10 lbs. best rice --_____--_____ .70
other useful and beautiful articles typi- 12 lbs. broken rice _nUU__ .50 because we have so satisfactorily served '
6 packages: U. S. tobacco uu__ .25
cal of Florida and Orlando that will provea i 2 6 plugs pkgs. Schnapps Bull Durham tobacco tobacco uuu___ .25.25 their friends.A I

3 plugs Brown Mule tobacco___ .25
source of great delight to your friends Best bacon, per lb. uuuu .1-1!
Best breakfast bacon, per lb. _u .25
"back North." We also carry a completeline Best cheese per lb. nnu__ .20
1 12 cans 2-lb. tomatoes nu____ .75 consultation with one of our officers r
1 doz. tall Pet or Van Camp's s
of up-to-date Jewelry. Our Repair cream _____________________ .95 1 1Y
will convince of the superior servicewe
you
1 doz. "baby" Pet or Van Camp'scream
Department is in charge of most competent -. :' _____________________ .45
3 cans corn nn______________ .25 [ tff. .
workmen. : 10 Ibs. Crisco _nu____-______ .85 offer. -
All Nat. Biscuit Co.'s 5c. goods,
6 packages _________________ .25
Assorted Campbell's soups, doz. 1.00
Irish potatoes, bushel uu___ .90
Irish potatoes, sack ___________ 2.00
Sweet potatoes, per peck uuu .2C Orlaildo Bank & C
Trllst t Coffipy
T. H. EVANS j Best chicken feed. per sack_____ 23.'
Best oats, per sack ____________ 2.40
1 Best corn, per sack ________u__ 1.95
.' Best molasses feed, per sack____ 2.00
JEWELER! : Cotton seed meat, per sack n_. 1.50 Orlando's Conservative Bank
Shorts, per sack nnn___ 1.85
/. Cotton seed hulls, _____________ .65 .
," .." " " " Real molasses feed _________n 1.75




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