Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00490
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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 21, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00490
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Minister of Commerce Believes


From Russia BRINGS A PROTEST FROM I One of the principal; Enactmentsof MAY BE OPENED

South Carolina Legislative TODAY
. * t t t i * * STATE DEPARTMENTAT SessionProhibition !F Threaten Negroes in MississippiRiver

Bottoms Who Have
San Francisco Gay-All Califor- Agreed to Wage

FAILED TO RAIOO.OOO PESOS Columbia, S. c., Feb. 20.-Deter- ReductionsMemphis A
London.-A dispatch to the nia Gives Itself Up to
mined to reach a final adjournmentbefore Four Men Held by Sheriff Re-
Daily News from Copenhagen j
they slept and facing an all Enjoyment of Big Tenn., Feb. 20.-Hun- leased
says: Priests Made Prisoners, One of night session the members of both Gala Day dreds of negroes are leaving the low- Yesterday-Were

"The German people are more Whom Was an American legislative branches settled down ear- lands of the Mississippi river bottomsin Iden tified-Represen t ed
terrified by the possibility of being
starved out by England than I Ir -Other Mexican ly tonight in consideration of the con- San Francisco, Feb. 20.-The Pan- Tennessee, Kentucky and Missouri.The by Atty. Rowe <
ference committee's report on general ama-Pacific International Exposi- negroes are panic stricken following c
by the thought of final disaster
News appropriation and country supply tion threats of violence against Dark fearsome
overtaking their forces in the opened today at noon. Presi- gloomy impen-
5 field."BethmanIlollweg's. bills when the last section of whichis dent Wilson, at Washington, pressedthe both themselves and employers by etrable mystery enshrouds the trunk
Washington, Feb. 20.-The state adopted the session will be formally button, and nearly half a million night riders who threaten death to that left Orlando Friday afternoonfor
recent utterance
that England is using- department has protested to Obregon, ended. persons passed through the exposition both negroes and levee contractors DeLand which was checked
in authority at Mexico City, againsthis I The principal enactments of the emploj-ing .
barbaric methods in attempting gates today. negroes.At through by a supposed leader of a
act in seizing and holding 180 session provide for state wide com- Princeton, Kentucky, and ;;0' band'of wire tappers that operated in
to starve 70,000,000 has
had a serious effect persons on .the Catholic priests because of their fail- pulsory education; prohibition to be Button Opens Fair Linda, Missouri, opposite Hickman, Orlando during fair week. The trunk
ure to raise and turn over to' him made effective by the provisions of Kentucky, several houses have
nation." Washington, Feb. .-Standing negro was checked by a negro acting for an
500,000 pesos. The money is sup- the Webb law prohibiting the ship- been dynamited. At New Madrid,
unknown The
s s a s t s s s t s s s s a s amid a group of California's "nativesons man. unknown man
posed to be for the poor. Accordingto ment of more than one gallon per ," President Wilson pressed an Missouri, the sheriff called for the then stepped into an automobile and
a dispatch received by Secretary month of whiskey into prohibition militia to prevent violence. sped
electric button in the away.
Nakskov, Denmark, via London, exactly
Bryan, the priests were summoned to territory; and acts authorizing the Here nearly 500 negroes have left. The mystery of the trunk thickened
Feb. 20.-The Norwegian steamer center of the capitol rotunda today,
I the palace and there made prisoners.One county bond issues for road improve- No confirmation has been had of any yesterday morning when another
Bjarka struck a mine at 8 o'clock this and thus sent a telegraphic flash to
morning and sank. Her crew was Driest is an American. ment. the Golden Gate which formally bodily harm done to negroes, and the trunk was placed in an automobile di

' saved. This is the second disaster to I The election next September on the opened the Panama-Pacific Interna- trouble seems to have originated over rectly in front of a leading hotel and

Norwegian vessels since the Germansea Carranza Victorious adoption of the prohibition law was tional Exposition. land rentals and wages paid by con- with all speed the auto darted away

zone decree took effect. Agua Prieta, Mex., Feb. 20.-The authorized. Besides the president many diplo- tractors. The negroes agreed to the eluding all efforts of the police. It .,

town of IChilpa, a strategic point in matists, legislators and other promi- reduction in wages and rentals, which is supposed to have followed its mate

Food From Russia I the state of Guerrero, has been occupied MAY MARCH ON JUAREZ nent men were guests of the Californians the whites resented.TELEGRAPH to DeLand.
h by Carranza after a three days Sheriff Gordon has wired the authorities -
t Petrograd, Feb. 20.-The ministry By an ingenious plan, devised
of commerce and industry delieves I fight after which the Villistas fled Agua Prieta, Mex., Feb. 20.-An ]by Frederick Bulkeley Hyde, the head AND RAILROAD CO. at DeLand to keep an eye

that large quantities of foodstuffs are leaving many supplies behind. attack on Ciudad Puarez, opposite El 'of the Washington California bureau, IN CONTROVERSY:: on trunk No.1, and yesterday he ;

reaching Germany from Russia byway Paso, is imminent.Col. the flash which the president sent to stated that he expected to go to De- j

of Finland and Sweden. Villa Lays Plans Miguel Samaniego, with 800 the exposition at the same time lighted Pensacola.-The Western Union 1. Land today to search the contents of ;

-'- Guadalajara, Mexico, via EI Paso, Carranzista cavalrymen and six ma- up in electric flame the message: Telegraph company and the Atlanta the trunk of mystery. This mysterious j

f t t t t. t t t t i f. I Texas, Feb. 20.-Villa is preparingfor chine guns, left last evening under "The exposition is now open" in many & St. Andrews Bay railroad are in a trunk is thought to contain many 1-

FOURTEEN TIMES AS MUCH what he thinks will be the final cover of darkness for Chihuahua cities throughout the country, and controversy, which threatens to deprive thousands of dollars of counterfeit
step in his where reinforcements are awaitinghim all of the section known as the I money which was used by slippery
WAR AS PEACE IN I campaign against Car- this message was also sent to all the j
HISTORY ranza in the taking of Tampico, Vera at Colonia Morales and Casas territories and possessions of the Bay country of telegraph service. I wire tappers who operated in this j

I. Cruz, and ultimately Mexico City. Grandes. United States, including Alaska, the The telegraph company has commenced i city during fair week and purloined j

Paris. The Temps commenting - From this city he will go north Immediately upon the assemblingof Philippines, Porto Rico, Hawaii, Samoa tearing down the wires and several hundred dollars from E. S. J

on the action of the recent soon to assume active charge of the his brigade he will move to attack Guam, and the Panama Canal removing poles from along the tracksof Walton, a New Yorker who should j j

t. Socialist Congress in London operations against Tampico, and already Juarez. Zone. the railroad, of which Ben W. have kept away from the game. j

warns people against the idea his followers have approached Official advices from Carranza to Franklin K. Lane, secretary of the Steele, of Dothan, is general manager -, The opening of the trunk at De- i

that war can be abolished. It within 18 miles of Tampico, thoughno the war office here from Nogales I interior, is in San Francisco at the and the latter has appealed to Land and the apprehension of the i

, says: serious fighting has occurred. state that Villa's authorities in the opening ceremonies today as the personal hte Florida railroad commission. The mysterious stranger is awaited with j

"Statistics show that from 1496 Every resource of Villa's military towns of Alamos and Guaymas have I j I representative of the president. commision has wired the telegraph interest. All Orlando has been set ]

;* B. C. to 1861 A. D. there were 227 power will be used in the attack on ; fled to Nogales. i The choice of Mr. Lane is a happyone company to cease its work of demolishing agog by the mystifying case. j
General Iturbe is reported alreadyto the line and to have one of its The four men that Sheriff Gordon 1
years of peace and 3,130 years Tampico.An since he is a Californian by adoption -
of than have captured the cities of Alamos representatives present at a meetingin held on a telegram from the sheriffat a
of war, that is, one year of pea army more 50,000 men if not by birth, and is popularon
-to fourteen of war." and 200 guns will be employed on and Navajo. the Coast. Tallahassee on February 24, when Fort Myers, alleged (o have been ;

t - 1 t i - t . - f the Carranza garrison there, said to Maytorena's officials at Nogales the railroad will be represented, and wire tappers, were released yesterday

. number about 20,000. When the port openly confess the situation throughout San Francisco Gay an effort toadjust the matter so as to I afternoon. They were released when 1 1

falls Vilal intends to proceed to Vera the entire state of Sonora is as- not deprive a large section of the evidence was presented that identi- 1
KING OF BAVARIA SEES FINAL San Francisco, Feb. 20.-A flash
VICTORY Cruz, from which city he expects to suming a serious aspect which is be- from President Wilson in Washington country of telegraph service. fied the men to be peaceful citizens.

I drive the Carranzistas toward Mexico ing daily increased by reports of I today formally opened the Panama- The men arrested by the sheriff were i
City. A decisive battle is expected to widespread activity of Caranza forcesin Pacific the ANOTHER PRETTY BUNGALOWFOR ably represented by Attorney J. A.
London.-The Daily News says the I Exposition, greatestworld's
take the south. Rowe, of Orlando. .
place at or near the national
fair of all time.
king of Bavaria recently spent three I i
days at the Krupp steel works and at capital. Not only the magnificent two and
which has
Villa expects Zapata to hold the GERMANS USE 1,800 DOGS TO 1 half mile stretch of the Anderson street, just recently -
a banquet delivered a speech which is a exposition i been paved, is coming in for its' Brief Bulletins 1
Cranza forces at Mexico from SEARCH FOR WOUNDED
grounds along the bay, but the wholeof
thus reported in the Koenische Zei- i in the
the south and west while he will share of prosperity buildingline
tung: "I have just come from the San Francisco is gay with flags which this time is not Ticked Off Wire
close in the north and the Morning
on east. London.-A dispatch to and other elaborate decorations, while
seat of war and can assure you thatin
A series of small engagements occurred Post from Basel, Switzerland, fined to any particular locality in Or-
spite of the long struggle the spirit in the vicinity of the crowds in the streets are unprece- lando. At Late Hour
Guadalajaraand says:
of is of the best.
our troops
southern Coahuila in which Villa of about beds in the Mr. E. A. Hovey. who spends his
"Out 30,000
All California is giving itself toa
"It is the same among those who up t
in Glens Falls, N. Y.. and
I according to advices received at military military hospitals of Berlin, 24,000are gala day. Throughout the state summers ARTILLERY DUELS
are at the front as among those who his winters in Orlando, has the foun- a
headquarters, has been This does not take into J
are at home--people throughout the generally occupied. great enthusiasm is manifest. If the Paris Feb. 20.Artillery duels
dation laid and with a force of skilled
German Empire are resolved not to I successful. account the numbers of convalescent feeling of the Coast proves conta- were fought all along 'the whole bat- ,:')
will work Monday
conclude peace until their enemies Villa's troops are besieging Manza- soldiers in their own homes or in private gious to the rest of the country the mechanics commence tle front today, according to the
which will be
nillo, Colima, and practically all of houses. on a bungalow an
success of California's big undertak- French war office statement issued
have and
been thrown to the ground
I the of West and
ornament to
northern Mexico, except a strip of "In connection with the German corner I
sue us for peace. Then we shall be i ing is assured. tonight. Rifle firing also was indulged -
Coahuila near the frontier which i is Red Cross work there 1,800 Anderson streets.
are now
able to dictate such a peace as will There are elaborate ceremonies to- in at several places, but no
Mr. Hovey is the son of Mr. C. A.
again secure for us tranquility for already in his possession.GO specially trained ambulance dogs employed I day in honor of the opening of the engagement of great importance is ..
several of the
Hovey, who owns large
I each in of
decades.!* being charge an I exposition. These include much mentioned.
many A i
business houses in Orlando as well
TO APOPKA TUESDAYA ambulance man who understands the speech making and several large ban-
management of the dogs.. Altogether as some of the prettiest residences. 1
big auction sale of town lots $250,000 was spent in training and Visitors to the exposition grounds I BILL it i

Word has just been received that I will be held Tuesday, February 23, at breeding these dogs, and the German who had seen several other world's I BALL SWEEPSTAKESThe Washington, Feb. 20.-The sundry J

Christian Wahl died very suddenly at 10 o'clock, at Apopka, under the man- military authorities say they could fairs were unanimous in praising the ball sweepstakes at the Coun- civil appropriation bill carrying $126- j

his home in Lakeland last Tuesdayand I agement of that high class, honest use thousands more, for one dog will efforts of the promoters. Never be- ,try Club yesterday were won by J. B. 000,000, and the legislative bill carping i

was buried in that city on and reliable Smith Realty company, sometimes find eight wounded in a fore has a great exposition opened Rahm.G. $38,000,000, have been concluded, 1

Wednesday. He was the eldest son ;! of Springfield, Tenn. There will be a night." with so few details of the complete R. Champlain __________1011091S. and the army bill with its appropriation -

i free barbecue dinner fine music Y. ________________ 991881A.
of Mrs Jacob Wahl, of Maitland, and : $40 whole still awaiting the hand of the Way of upward of $90,000,000 was be- j'

was a good, honest, straightforward !i in gold and two lots given away. 11 MORE GENERALS RETIRED i!carpenter and the decorator.As R. Wrenn _____________ 95-18-77 gun in the senate today. The appro-

young man. lIe was a baker by trade i Other features will make this sale a BY JOFFRE to the effect of the war on the S. Cunningham withdrew.L. priation of $2,256,000 for an agricultural -
and had worked for some time for the ':notable affair. Take the train to fair, it will be felt only slightly in H. Gedge ______________ 93885 census was rejected.

Rock bakery, and later went to Lake- I, Apopka Tuesday and don't miss the Paris. Fourteen generals of brigade the direction of diminished European G. W. Porter __________-__ 93-16-77 1

land and engaged in business for him- ;J opportunity of buying a fine lot in have been transferred to the re- attendance and European exhibits. ''I Dr. Williams _____________ 961878J. THE ST. HELENA IS READY TO A

self. lie leaves a wife with several ; prosperous and rapidly growing serve list by Gen. Joffre, in additionto But these will be more than compensated -J M. Beyer ______________ 98-18-80 SAIL MONDAY j

children, his mother, two sisters, a i! Apopka. Read the Smith Realty the nine generals of division whose for by the increased attendance I J. N. Bradshaw ___________1223092A. Charleston, S. C, Feb. .-The 1 1

brother, and many friends to mourn company's advertisement on another transfer was announced yesterday.The from the Western World. The great I D. Mallory ____________ 901080J. steamer St. Helena, loaded with sup-

his lossCONDITION page in this morning's Sentinel. vacancies in brigade commandswill army of tourists which every sum- J B. Rahm _______________ 82676 plies and foodstuffs for the Belgians,

be filled by younger men. Among mer pours across the Atlantic, Cali- !: contributed by citizens of South CarA J

IMPROVED MEETING TUESDAYNext those promoted is Count Edouard de fornians know, will march this year NEW ENGLAND, NOTICE olina, North Carolina and Georgia, .

A telegram received in this city MacMahon, son of the former presi- to the Golden Gate for its holidays. 1! Owing to the increased: number was finished tonight and prepared to

yesterday afternoon announced the Tuesday evening at 7:30 dent of France, who has been a colonel I I that wish to attend the association sail Monday.

fact that Mr. Richard 'Yowell, who o'clock, there will be a meeting of of infantry. THE WEATHER picnic, Monday, February 22, it will 1

was quite ill in Atlanta, Ga., had rallied the New York and New Jersey Socie- be necessary to begin starting the PASSED BILL

and was holding his own, and ty at Tourist Headquarters to trans- Ladies' Home Journal for March.A Florida: Partly cloudy Sunday; autos from Tourist Headquarters at Washington Feb. 20,- The house A

relatives and friends in Orlando are act important business. By order of beautiful number. You will be probably showers in northwest. Monday -I 9 a. m., and they will continue unit late today passed the diplomatic and 1

feeling very much encouraged. j the committee. pleased with it. Curtis & O'NeaL cloudy. 9:30 a. m. consular appropriation bilL A'L


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HOTELSTHE At The ChurchesFIRST 1'PORTUGAL WANTS PEACE!" " " " ; " " " " " " "

METHODIST CHURCH j f Seeds Seeds Seeds ;

Lisbon, Feb. 5. -
Corner :Main and :
KEYSTONE HOTELCorner ( Jackson Sts.)
York.-Dozens of times dispatches
John B. Ley, pastor. I
West and Church Streets have been sent out through Englishor
Bible school, 9:45. Orchestra. Fine NEW STORE
;Splendid service Excellent looms. Hot and cold water. One of the best spirited song service. C. E. Howard, French forces representing Portu- A I
cooks in the siate. Rates* $1.&) per reek and up. (Special: rates to parties gal as about to plunge into the great '

wishing table board. superintendent. war on the side of the allies. Amer- NEW SEEDS
Preaching, 11 a. m and 7:30 p. m.,
Prop icans may well have wondered why
by the pastor. Subject of morning
this much heralded event failed to
sermon, "The Church in Poetry." At Sweet Corn, Field Corn, Peas, Beans, Etc. We: .
"COLLIER happen.The
night, "The Diagnosis and the Doc
British wish is father to the guarantee our seeds to be fresh.Don't .
tor. An interesting musical programfor
main country road, four miles east of Clermont and three miles west of each service.At thought. There is a war party here
but the mass of the intelligent Portu- be disappointed, come to us for Drugs.
Ookland; 16 miles west of Orlando, at Bear's Gap Station, T. & G. R. R. night Miss Mary A. Clarke, of
realize clearly the folly of em-
Parking place for Autos. Fine Pier and Pavilion and Picnic Grounds. Tripsto New Castle, Pa., whose splendid so- guese and Garden Seed.City .
hostilities if the
barking on peace can
wonderful "Boiling Springs." Steel Motor and Row Boats, well equipped, prano voice captivated the great _A
possibly be kept. As in the case of
for hire. Agents for Ferro Motors and Mullin's Steel Boats. crewdo last Sunday night, will sing
Italy, sentiment for has been
Oakland Office with T. Connell, Grocer. Telephone at residence, "Collier again in an offertory, "The Lord Is peace
augmented steadily by the recurrent
Grove," call Monte Verde. Pavilion on pier. Can be engaged for dancing My Shepherd." object lessons of misery caused by Drug* Store'"A
This is "Go to Church" Sunday with
purposes. the war from Belgium, France, Poland -
the Methodist folks, and the pastor
and Servia.
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--------- -- -- will be pleased to greet his people. GOOD DRUG STORE."
The war question has caused a
Friends and visitors equally and cordially -
grave political crisis in the Portu-

welcome. guese republic, now fi'eears old. J. :L. DAN Ph.G.
We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando -- ,
SCIENCE The country is now under a military

Prepared by our New York Cook CHRISTIAN government. The new cabinet is a 1111111111111111111111111111111111111.1111111111111111
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. \
war cabinet, but it found the opposi-
Services at 11 a. m.; subject,
Bath Steam Heat.
100 Rooms $1.00 "Mind." tion to its policy far greater than

anticipated. One month after the war

Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water Wednesday Third floor,evening corner service South at Orange 7:45. cabinet took office the president sus- WRIGHT SEED CO.We .

pended it and called General Pimentade
avenue and Church street. Entrance

EMPIRE HOTEL on Church street.UNITARIAN. I ernment Castro which to form now the rules.military gov- carry the Largest Stock of Seed in

- The cabinet had put the control of Orange County. Agents for :1 i elebra-
54 Rooms
Light Housekeeping
the government into the hands of a
(Corner Central Ave. and West St.) secret revolutionary party called the ted National Guano Fertilizers
Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister.
INN"Windermere "White Ants." The cabinet found its
-ROSSMORE Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. stumbling block in the army itself 206 So. Orange Ave.
Church service at 11 o'clock; sub-
for the Portuguese officers are opposed -
ject of sermon, "Character and Cul-
to joining an expedition to Eng-
This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric ture."

lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with At the Round Table at 7:30 p. m. land.The anti-war newspapers were severely i

Lath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish- there will be a discussion of "The suppressed, but nevertheless' JONtS GOfS sJustJkrME

ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. Problems." of the Florida WorkingGirl. the insurrection against the war cab-

inet became so alarming that on January -
-- On Wednesday evening there will
20 sixty-four officers were arrested -
The Osceola PoconoJManor Inn be a reception for visiting friends at in Lisbon. Several officers retired -
All who interestedin
Unity Chapel. are when they learned they mightbe My bus line which has been serving for fourteen
Orlando, Florida Pocono Manor\ Pa the success of the Unitarian churchare Great Britain. you
ordered to
cordially invited to be present. months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the
The arrest of these leaders only
J. VV.IJU: LEY1IANAGER - added to the discontentment, and same time it always has.
when it was seen that the movementwas
(At the Grand) TIME TABLE
gaining power the military gov-
Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D,
ernment was installed, ostensibly to
Bus Leaving Orlando in Front ol Evans The Jeweler.WEST .
pastor. from the ,
Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round take the government away
:Mr. Samuel A. Newell, superintendent -
it into the
factions and
European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite of the Sunday school. Mr. Geo. hinds of the people. As Gen. Castrois BOUND EAST BOUD

W. Phillips, director of the choir. Read Down Read Up
) opposed to sending troops to Eng-
3, '" Mr. Wm. S. Branch, Jr., organist.
-=--. -- -g-- .... Sunday school, 9:45 to 10:45 a. m. land until' Portugal is threatened it is IA.M.tA.M.: : P. M.'A.M.'; P. X11. P. 1\1.
not likely that the war enthusiastswill I i I

x r Public worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30p. have much to do with the new re Orlando 6:30.0.15: 3:00 I 9.30 1.30': 6.00
m. Morning sermon, "The Powerof
gime. Ocoee 4:001 8.3C :
a Positive Life. Evening sub- 7:30111.15 12.30 5.00

ject, "When Religion Is on a Paying ISSUING BAD CHECKS DANGEROUS Winter Garden .- 7:45111:3c 4:301 i 8.15 12. 151, $.45

Basis." PRACTICE Oakland 8:00---: : 4:301: 8.00.-1 .30

B. Y. P. U. meeting at 6:30 p. m.

- -.M'U'------': '" Mr. Eugene Reid, president.This Persons who are in the habit of --
church extends cordial invitation -
a making! checks on their accounts in
the to attend all
to public
the banks, where there is no moneyto
THE ARCADE HOTELJ. services. Attentive ushers. All seats ;
their credit, are liable to get into THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S

B. MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop. free.The serious trouble with Uncle Sam. A
will be glad to serve
recent ruling by the treasury depart-

First Class Restaurant Livery and Autosin you as friend and minister-make .ment at Washington makes a checkon TRANSFERDr.
known to him.
yourself a bank without money the same asa
Building in Connections Note:-The men's Baraca class will promissory note, and as such it B. D. WIENENGA Prop, j

Orlando, Fla. meet tomorrow morning in the new must be stamped accordingly.

Baraca hall in the basement of the Upon this decision a check in ex and *
-------- -------- Livery Draying Hauling
new church. All men (not in other cess of the amount of money you ,

schools) are heartily invited to at- have in the bank is commonly knownas

tend this first meeting in the new .
an overdraft, and must be stamped.The
quarters. The main entrance is from fact that collateral has been left WE GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE j
ORLANDO ROOFINGAND Main: street. In the absence of Mr. with the bank to secure the overdraftdoes

Tenny, Miss DeLaney, assistant prin- not cut off the stamp act, and

cipal of the high school, will presentthe makes you liable for the penalty un-

SHEET METAL CO. lesson. Let every member of the der the law, which is a fine not to AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK

class bring a friend.0. exceed $200.NOVEL .

FRIENDS Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited f
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos Members of the Society of Friends
invited to
and others are cordially Whitney Wright has rented the Ar-

and Rubber RoofingsCornices attend divine worship at 420 South cade window of Branch's book and

Orange avenue at 11 a. m., Sunday.CATHOLIC music store and fitted it up for a Phone 257. Orlando, Florida

Skylights Healing, Ventilating, Metal\ Ceilings ---0- cigar and news stand and will open it

CHURCH I to the public as soon as the paint and

Works: 14 E. Church"St. y ORLANDO First Sunday in Lent. I finish will admit. Mr. Branch will -
Mass, 6:30 a. m. I discontinue the news business in his

Mass and sermon, 10 a. m. store and devote the entire energy of

Rosary and Benediction, 7:30 p. m. the establishment to selling the other

Tuesdays and Thursdays in Lent, lines of goods carried in his place of WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver

:Mass, 7:30 a. m. Edith Rambo will
\'Wl dorit c et the ri ittr and Fridays in Lent, business. Miss and hear this before? Let the Delicatessen' Man do it. A
you Wednesdays have charge of the sale of "Good Something new Something New I

devotional exercises, 7:30 p. m. Bad Cigars" for Mr. Wright. Try it. Ask About it.

,t medicine 'ortiiatcoldl All welcome to all services. Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
)) --0- BENEFIT AT CONWAYThe three or more A
"- \ ? ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRALThe BELGIAN Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
Very Rev. II. R. Remsen, dean. Woman's Christian Temperance POTATO SALAD

Wc"c .got" tt- First Sunday in Lent. Union of the Baptist church, at
Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m. Conway, held a silver medal contest J. R. TRESIIER J. E. NICHOLSON'S'Phone

Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. for the Belgian sufferers, Friday I 26 Bakrry'

:Morning prayer and sermon, 11a. night, at which a neat sum was real-

m. ized for the needy in that war stricken -

Evening prayer and sermon, 7:30p. : countryMiss .

m. Margaret Hill won the medalon

--0- reading "The Presummissionists'sStory. Special Priced For Special ReasonsIN
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THE KNOCKER For my part I was busted whenI But go 'way with only the memoryof 'tage of to their fullest extent. The ITS COMING I much concerned with woman's clothes
came." the knocking.A. first scene is laid at Annapolis Naval and in keeping with the character and
I"That's frank," I said, and then resumed - N. HOWELL.
Academy, when a probable war is an- With notable spirit of the play the latest Parisian
I met him on inquiry, "did he like the a question mild and a cast of theatrical
state or not?" couched, "MUTT AXD JEFF IN MEXICO"True nounced with Mexico. A battleship favorites, "Today" plays an 'gowns will be displayed.The .
He said some thousand words or "Have not great crowds of others its i about to sail for Vera Cruz under engagement company assembled for the
more to tell come the same? sealed orders. "Mutt and Jeff" disguised in this city February 24, at the presentation of "Today" includes
Of how he said folks lied and joked to his promise, Gus Hill offers
service succeedin Lucerne theatre.
as man Helen McKeller
George MacQuarrie
and told a lot of rot I. "But have you fared as well, almost,
and make it a new vehicle each successive season obtaining to Vera Cruz. the Helen Judson Amelia
To boost the state though poor you may have passage 'Today" enjoys enviable dis- Mayborm, May
great and sell."There II I I been, II for Bud Fisher's eccentric character Once on board the battleship the fun tinction of having been the drama Herbert, Charles Greene, Jane Wallace -
I As maybe you" might yet have faredAway conceptions, "Mutt and Jeff." One j begins and continues unabated for longest on the boards in New York and Frank Kimball. I
is absolutely nothing in the ? I three hours, of
nearly interrupted during th etheatrical 1913-14,
lying claims they make," I asked him this as both of us stood can not imagine the arduous labor attached year
basking in the wind I. course, by some tuneful chorus num- was written by George Broadhurstand
Said he, "I seen a lot of things and SOME QUEER THINGS
to the task of furnishing a
heard. I. Which winter-timed blew by us as bers, songs, dances and tango maneu- Abraham Schomer, and is described -
And on this plain assertion my last_I of :May. new book for the ludicrous frolics of vers or specialty features. as oen of the most profoundand
dime I would stake :I those two ill-mated comics, for the For the coming season Mr. Hill of- striking of human dramas in thatit Cayenne pepper doesn't come froma
There's er's not word.the truth in any boost- His eyes: took on the twinkle of the reason that the pace set by the original fers the most capable company of discusses one of the prevalent prob- pepper plant, nor Burgundy pitch
pessimist at bay-
I I "'Tis fine," he said, "the climate's production is a hard one to fol performers he has ever been able to lems of married life. from Burgundy. Jerusalem artichokesdo
"They have skinned and skinned the good and dandy is the weather; low. There must be a laugh to every gather together. Those two comics, That the love of luxury and per- not come from Jerusalem, nor tur-
Yankees and unloaded lots of I reckon by all rule of truth I always line of "Mutt and Jeff" dialogue, a ; "Mutt and Jeff," with their entire sonal adornment forms the basis of keys from Turkey. Camel's-hair
sand; j That must needs beat say it, taken all scream to every situation, the audi- official family will come to the opera ne of the greatest problems American brushes are made from the tail of a
none can .
boosted until values
They are strained." now I I together." ence looks for it and it must be forth- house next Wednesday, February 24. life is confronted with; that idle- :squirrel. German silver is not silver,
And he knocked and knocked unmer- coming. New ones, mind you, not old I Past experience with Gus Hill's ness among women has reached the :'and it was invented in China. Cork
cifully Florida by the strand, It cheered me some to hear him time-worn "gags." However, Mr. Hill "standing room only sign, should pernicious stage; that the craze for 'legs are not made of cork, neither do
Until, from sheer reflection, he re- praise, for I had heard it all, :has succeeded admirably in keeping have taught you to secure. seats in vulgar display and outdoing one's!they come from Cork, Ireland. Prus-
frained. I I I But went some away.who heard his knocking ,faith with his patrons and has offered advance and avoid disappointment. neighbor has developed into a nation-I sian blue does not come from Prussia.

"Suppose you left great wealth be- He never may undo the harm which I a suitable and satisfactory book for al disease; that the Irish stew is not an Irish but an Eng-
hind, or sacrificed to come, I in time may befall the past four years. "Mutt and Jeff great wealth has its disadvantages; lish dish. Cleopatra's needle was set
And ," I said, "I you've The grand state of the. winter like II before
now guess athousand that lady
the in Mexico" bids fair to prove the that the cultivation of the intellect is up years
lost it all? I May.
"No, no," he flushed, "your sympthjr I most successful of all former productions N. SEYMOUR is the man to see more soul-satisfying than the mania was born. Chamois leather is not the
I own subdues me some; I IIt I would be wise to have a care the I under the title, which alone sug- before letting contract, if you are go- and effectively brought out in "To- hide of achamois, but the flesh side
I meant not I had money, great or the words your lips let fall; :gests humor even to the layman's ing to build and want the best house for acquiring things; all are forcibly of sheepskins.-Brooklyn Junior Ea
small. I'I I Old Florida suffering false effect is I mind. Wonderful opportunities are II possible for money invested.P. day. gle.
shocking! 'offered for scenic display and light 0. Box 195. LPhone 478. In the unfolding of its gripping
ci'Tis only that I hear they lose that And if you play the double role some I'
makes me do the grouch; may not hear it all, effects, which have been taken advan 2-18-1moc J story of New York life, "Today" is Get the news first in the SentineL



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AERIAL TRAIL BREAKING. I room, filling it completely. Loubeque I softly opened the door. peering; out She lunged toward the first sound and sari site safe from any danger? wider with bewilderment abe looked 4

swiftly glanced about at the anxious over the sleeping city tbat the rebel entered the tonueau A dark figure; -ne not .Hreu tu danger; before? Upon sucb Mime a> Ue laid uver been f

and Endurance of the faces then nodded.. chieftain had Huns: up at a mere com leaned from the scat and drew her beside -. fit the trs'in. And the reason was before in his life.

Amazing Wild Speed Swan In Flight.It I' "The tunnel be cried s-harplv. mand. Immediately betore her own I' him. Lucille! clung to the man. ; -" use Ttiotii| soii knew she held the i The proprittor'he wbispvi -fl

has Suddenly Lucille became awaie that abode she made out the I less pretentious sobbing; from nervous reaction even as r.iliy necklace. Tiioiui>son was one tube Lucille f"II"'o'Cl l tlw direction .! his
I Is imM,ssile] for one who seen'i I
| the room was shooting>> ; \vn\\-itd like the international feared and rvsiHtwl.. fiugifcon of
shack 'f spy. the car shot through:: the night; j pointed the! verge hurst!
only the common lIIut.:10.. floating, a giant elevator. She !glaue about A dim lizht fmni the partially ojiened The whine of a bullet sounded overhead I I Softly she slipped'( ; down the vestlbuled I tog into !I11btl'r; at t1t'! ,.banirv in his
about In the artirtn.il I lake of city her sick with apprehension UIH'II the from the darkness.Far aisle. She bad asMud out the !
I door cut a segment [ another and yet again another. demedtlor."it II adihil! unfidrm-e the
parks to Imagine the Kf udeur of a faces so close to her the narrow Thompson had Lou I
wtin of slumber than answer. escaped
Inure significant; She dared n"t look back. Tbe lepers | pushed open tae! ;gre'.iud 1 glass dour.
flock of the great whistler> lu their confines. A breath .' rank rool complete darkness was that lightA warmed through the flesh against beque arid foiled!! in hU attempt Ugain upon which was marked a caution for
wild tate luVII<1 Life and tbeCalUern" air fanned her cheek from, out the sound the necklace was stilt. in the
the tiny droning reached her I which they (pressed, warmed through pursuit all outsiders to !keep out.A .
Air. A. It Ougmore says darkness. Loubeque's hand was upon ears. By main force piercing the thick her body and to h'r"ery heart itself. keen eyed little man turned upon
sight is one of the most Impressive In her wrist his voice softly advising her I Swiftly she stepped down the aisle
veil <>f night; Lucille made out theshadowy I But Hugo; I.oul eque knew the method her abruptly his lips half open for a ,.,
nature. As the huge bin!" ri-e Into the to follow him. Far in the distance a outlines of a lean motorcardimly of knew through car after car. until she halted
I her departure what she earned protest against the Intrusion. when hw
air It seems as If m aeri.it regatta little speck of light reached out toward I silhouetted against; a pile of with her. And already she knew abruptly and moved back again for. eyes fell the mtllace she carried

were being sailed overhead tpr? swans them. lava dust. Something shapeless and lingo I Ixmbeque was working to overtake dozing; against a pillow in the tourist loosely in upon her ha nd-
each with a wing i spread of MX or seven For what seemed an endless! distanceshe dark and furtive of movement crept her. ear a long; gash over his eye renderIng "
feet moving like yacnts under full was led by the spy. with always I across the space that intervened between Low In the seat beside the driver him a bit villainous looking; was "I wished some reatfy money. I.n
Cille bliLsbin at her
quickly explained.
sail. that rush of feet liehinJ. The light I it and tbe light! cleavage ofluuheelue's crouched Lucille with the precious pampers the butler-thief.
One the svran are fairly under way was growing broader brighter. Lou quarters.Lucille could not and rubies in the waiting; automobile Lucille sought her compartment, her own temerity as she pla-det,':.:m the pre-
cious necklace: tbe : .
tbeir speed it amazing nearly a bun beque released his hold upon her. She resist the impulse that forced her from : the butler bad arranged for brain awhirl. It was a three cornered upon
dred miles an hour and that. too. with could see him reach and press harshly the door into the oi[>en. himself light; now Lnubetue to retain the papers The man drew a jewi-lcr'si ;glass from
slow wins and to protect her in her wealth his drawer and *"tu<>td to examine
uw apparent effort, for tbe against something a dour evidently Something; tugged; at her: feet fairly Suddenly she leaned forward. beatIng :
Their Thompson to gain the ruby necklace each stone his lips put-sins to tent a
motion is"t.O deceiving.: en her the light slowly lengthened and drawing her away from theene.. ; ber little fists together; urging the
whistle of and admiration
durum-e is as surprising as their speed broadened.! Daylight and foreign and revenge himself upon his master. awe
a ; Then a strange wave of pity for tbeunsu"I'I'.Un Mexican: : chauffeur to accelerate bisspeed.
but she' -Lucille only sought the every few moment
for are said to travel a Utnusund street: pa-
;: one against whom this The man smiled down at ber. "Where .
did this mitcklaee.miss
> you get
Nothing else counted
l ers. as against
miles without alighting.; A !bitter sob broke from her lips as furtive attack was being; made urged shaking his head to signify i he did not ? I yoii realize something
that And Ixnilieque beld the presume
The flovk: are usually led by an old' she looked at Loubeque and realized papers.
her forward. AH the dark figure; slipped understand the words even as be of Its valueT
and experienced: swan, and it Is said how Infinitely far away she was from through: the door Lucille thrust stepped on the clutch and shot the car -
1 I
CHAPTER XXI. I really don'tknow exactly
that as one becometired of leading. the man she loved.Days her bead cautiously within. Upon the forward like a huge; arrow newly released '
where. It lavage i i-i
on a
Lucille Feminine Instinct. :'
Indulges a
or It might be called aerial trail breaking * i COt lay the !long; figure; of the Interna- from the bow. and behind somewhere where I was cast away-an island just
thrillf'C1"ith Ine
his place Is taken by another upon the desert-blistering days tional spy. hi< face turned toward the upon the same road there was pres- eight days out "f Manila. t
wbose strength la equal to tbe task. with merciless sunlight jwuring from I silent. motionless figure; that stood in another machine with a determinedman EJILLC delight when sue found "A savage 1.Itnll-from, Manila"A

and so they Continue until they reach the molten kettle overhead, burning; : the center of the room staring at him. in it. -\ man who had never yet .-ir once more in San Frani bit of the incredulity bad left his manner -

their destination, tbe southern feeding savagely at tbe impervious sand and The eyes were tightly closed but the allowed machine or man or even the isi-o. tine place where last she already. Once more be stooped; to
had :..ITvevtheart imagined
grounds of tbe winter or the northern cacti that alone bad resisted the fire I girl knew that the man merely feigned elements to thwart him. siren She examine the necklace. "Yes. he wut-

breeding places of tbe summer. Occasionally so many ages. slumber. Then came the dull crunching sound l.ii.1 ..'vtug tine: city. us.ng every ter..ltbt.." cutting of the stones is

they stop to rest In the region Nights of cold unwinking: stars Thompson turned toward the table from before her. The Car swerved ir.ea.ns in l h.> jw.vnr to find her She different from any I have ever encountered -
of the lakes. Not many years viciously. swung in such an abrupt knew b<* !: id led the assault uidin[
stars pitiless in their steady undeviat- upon which the lamp dimly burned. -old Asiatic undoubtedly."
while their w. north a large circle she clung to the side of her seat that house, and that not even the
ago. on y In? scrutiny as the glower of sun; Lucille allowed her eyes to wander for ; Again he turned to her. How ions
number stopped! above NIgara falls nights where the desert breeze searched to avoid being; hurled out The driver secret exit made! by the occupants ago: was this, <9Yhat !1 this
hundred were by righted his machine swiftly dexterously could divert him from bis purpose of
and than a
wore out the marrow of the bones; nights story of being; cast away? I do not
some extraordinary: iniscbajv"e carried surrounded by the minions of Lou- and she started to heave a huge; finding; her. Rut she bad a far better recollect any wrt.cks"-

over the falls and killed lithe surging beque by Loubeque himself; nights of sigh of relief. chance than he with Ioubeque She "The Empress." Lucille quickly es-

waters. sleeplessness for herself, but nights; Hut only started to. for the front only caught herself hoping that the plained.

Whether tbe swans prepare in any filled with the sounds of tbe slumbersof wheels suddenly slipped seemed international spy would return to his "Well, well weir-be rubbed his

special way for their southward jour- her captors. i smoothly to Ix gliding upon a surfaceof home. hands together in frank, amazement-

ney Is nut known but before startingnorth Save Hugo Loubeque. Loubeque nothingness clawing; fur a foothoM. Not for tIlt cunning brain of such a "to think that any one escaped from

they indulge in the curious habit never slept Lucille saw he had steeled The eli-MifTetir rex.rsol hC''T"IIfouht one as the spy to go back to a place the wreck: of the Empress!** Once more "'

known as "ballastln;-that Is to say himself against her vow that never with his wheel but vainly. from which be bad been driven and his lips pursed But why have you J'

they eat great quantities of sand for again would she be able to penetrate Then the h..alvynr but balance, tilted which he bad every reason to believewould I not reached friends?" I

what purpose no one knows. his pitilessness in the pursuit of his iieaviiy and rol'ed' down. down be under surveillance Instead "I am Lucille Love." she said quietly. -

In the faraway Arctic ocean Is their previous revenge. a down of doing this he promptly took a "I cannot go back"

breeding place and it Is believed that Close at hand was the hour for him I I Lucille fet: nu f -.ir. It was all too motor to tbe St. .Francis relying upon "Lucille Love daughter of General

they mate for life. As with so manyof to strike, ready at hand were the deadly for tbat She was: only conscious the very audacity of his move to protest Love?" lIe studied her, keenly nodding -

the water birds the swans protect means. What was his object in seeking errs as her tiny hands clutchedthe him.Lucille. his head from side to side.: "\.t'S.

their eggs with a covering of down Mexico and the Constitutionalistleader l : edge of her seat" of a droning followed him quietly, almost yes: your father and 1 were quite well

scratched from their own breasts so she had no means of knowing? sound I mm behind that was growinginto : meekly. They had but little to say acquainted when he was stationed at

that when the birds leave the nest tbe That there was a great object one the rh-!hl1il. hum of a motorcar.. to each otuer. Both knew the others the Tresidio here and you will not go

two to six large yellowish eggs are which she must defeat at any and all Came a Ion, period of delicious languor thoughts; too well to waste time in back because of the disgrace that

bidden from the eyes of possible costs:: she knew.It ; of sinking much as though; she words: both knew the other's relent- caused you to leave when tbe orders

thieve and protected against any sudden was the eighth day be ran into a floated upon ether; :i harsh. crunch- lessucss i : of purpose. And more than from Washington; were stolen?"

changes of temperature.It foraging party sent out by Villa in advance ins jolt and blackness-merciful unconsciousness anything and everything else both "There was no disgrace." Lucille

N many years before tbe swans of his main army. Much as she that closed black shutters knew that the fight between them said her tones fairly cbillinz. "The

are clothed In the feather* of Immaculate knew of tbe mysterious spy Lucille across the mental vision of her and must be settled very shortly that any papers were stolen by an outsider. sir

whitl"ntbltt make them such was still surprised to mark the respectand brought a sweet smile to the lips that move must be made quickly. That was why I boarded the Empress.

conspicuous objects of beauty. Not, deference paid him by the dark bad been tightened so long Sleep Lucille slipped out of the hotel the That is why I am here. That is why

Indeed, until the fifth year does all skinned rebels. Consequently several second day undecided as to what to do I seek money: why I am still search

trace of gray disappear. Their first days later. days of tireless travel she Lucille pieced together happenings and caring little to plan or plot. For ing." .

feathers are entirely gray. Gradually was not surprised on reaching the vaguely after that: then dismissed always there was to be reckoned with "But my dear Miss Love. be smiled

they lighten becoming mottled with main body of the army to find herself them as of no account. Nothing appeared Thompson who had turned against "you must realize that there is not

White, the neck and bead remaininggray I being treated with the greatest respect, Lucille Escaping With the Paper to matter. She was comfortable his former master. Thompson was money enough in tbe establishment to

until after the body is completely 'while Loubeque was in constant consultation and partially content. She recollected the man upon whom she convinced purchase such wonderful ,necklace as
with tbe rebel leader. direction her heart intuition she the one you own. A few'stones possibly
lphltp a second in that for a fractional space of time herself with feminine
Day after day she felt the growing thudding violently at sight of the being lifted and carried away by must depend. Thompson would lay or." be added as an afterthought

helplessness of her position. Loubeque diary and papers there that she was strong i friendly, pitying arms. The open a way. And the hate of Thompson "1 might purchase an option on the
Several of the northern papers are seemed omnipotent in the opinion of fearful she would be beard. Along- memory passed immediately with the i would turn itself against the hate necklace for. say as much of a reasonable

advertising: various and sundry rem- these men upon whom be appeared to side tbe papers its facets sending outa coming of an Impression of swift travel of Loubeque and then her own great sum as you desires at present

edies to ward off lagrippe. Come to have stumbled. million flashes of reddest blood. lay in a motorcar. which. In turn. gave love would have its innings. and will" then look about for a pur-

the Land of Flowers, as a winter ton- Still she would not permit hope to tbe strand of rubies. She marked tbe way to the more sharply etched im- And in this mood for the first time chaser.
showed her relief.
ic nothing can compare with it. die. The justice of her cause tbe Involuntary flexing of the thief's pression of being wheeled aboard a since leaving Manila so abruptly in Lncille's
"1 will give $10.000 for an
growing humanity of the international bands as be tiptoed toward them. train in an invalid's chair. Then came the aeroplane of Harley her thought you option -

spy her very youth and the power of Not a sound disturbed tbe silence a vision of the lean powerful face of turned from the sweetheart she felt to"sell tbe necklace within six

her love forbade this. but something caused ber to dart a Loubeque close to her own the gentle was in tIle city to the thought of meeting months."Meanwhile the I man will continued keep it here quickly.and

Through the very eagerness and des- swift glance at the sleeper. Ills eyes whisper of his voice close to her ear : him. give you a receipt for it In order that

LUCILLELOVE peration of this feeling she slowly became were narrowed. but open; lights of calling her name over and over again She stopped short, the song upon I may show it to possible easterners."
aware of the attitude toward his amused malice in them she had never while matching the suffering In his her lips frozen there as she looked "Ten thousand dollars! Ludlle's

master of Thompson. She was aware suspected could show in mortal eyes. tones, were the deeply carved lines of down at herself. For the first time eyes were wide in wonderment It

of the subtle atmosphere of hatred lights so malignant she shuddered even :toD.upon his face. Over and over ..'- was not ten minutes later witb a mutual
which the slick scoundrel's mask of as she would have opened her lips to again the man called to her and yet promise to say nothing' of tbe

I servitude concealed so well. In lieu of cry a warning. The butler-thief drew she knew it was not to her be called transaction. that she left the hop witha

anything to do on her own account she closer to the prize he had worked so but to the mother whom she re certified check for the sum mentioned -
took to watching the wan followinghis I bard to gain. His thiefs fingers were sembled.
in her tightly; clinched fist accompanied -
The Girl of Mystery every move his every change of outstretched to grasp the necklace She felt all her sympathy going out by si clerk.
expression.: : when with a crash, tbe lamp darted such (
I I to this man who had proved a A strange shadow seemed to have
Enmity toward the master he bad i I toward him. smashing upon the floor bitter enemy, who had brought such fallen upon ber. one which took a large
'By the"MASTER served so well and who had mistreated I and leaving; utter blackness in its catastrophe: upon her and hers and part of the amusement she anticipated

him mingled with hatred for the girl wake. who would again prove so relentless I getting: from ber shopping away. She
\ PENT be bad so bitterly wronged and who Upon the heels of his startled alarm should she attempt to take advantageof I could only ascribe it to meeting with

had brought; his punishment about carte a chuckling laugh; from Loubeque. his temporary weakness to appeal : one who had known her father. who

Ceyyrigbt 1914. AH moving picture I, Consequently Lucille was surprised to a laugh that matched the evil to the letter side of him. unwittingly; showed ber what the

rights reserved by tbe Universal Film come: across a briefly scribbled note on that had ;glowed from his eyes so Undoubtedly Ix ul>eqiie was again: in judgment of the world had been In

Xanufactnriug Company which Is ; a bit of rice paper such as she had scant before. Came a gurgled oath possession of the papers.; Suddenlyshe regard to the missing orders. the necessity -

now exhibiting this production In i often noticed the butler using in rolling the heavy breathing of strong men In felt that be had conquered his for Immediately foiling Hugo

leading taeaters.: Infringements will cigarettes. It was pressed tightly combat. emotions and moved away. She slowly Loubeque.
be vigorously prosecuted. against one of the partially cut slicesof Lucille turned as though to run- opened ber eyes and looked about sry An she left the bank with the roll of

bread when Thompson served his There came a swift vision before her. She was In her own private compartment t banknotes in her hand and a warning

master and Lucille with their dinner. one tbat made her step swiftly within on the train. She was alone. from the clerk still ringing In her ears
CHAPTER XX. She detached tbe fragment of bread tbe wall of mantled darkness. Eyes Tremulously. fearful yet almost pollfive
I she thought;: no longer; of adrrningherself -
When the Owl Hoots.IT dropping it to tbe floor and securingthe met her own eyes eyes that seemed to her hands; would not encounter d l ld Ii I her shabbiness and
came even before be ex">ected. A fragment of paper as she picked it force their way through the dark In- that which she: sought she touchedher i i her fear of meeting her sweetheart

loud clanging of bells through; the I up. concealing it in tbe palm of her terior and cause her to forget every- bosom. The: feel of the necklace Her thoughts; were still upon clothes

house punctuated the silence, a hand. thing that had intervened eyes that and papers reassured her. drove away the most gorgeous; clothes. And her
clanging that pierced through the For what seemed countless hours she mirrored a message of love and faith the last mists of unreality. Where thoughts were also! upon Hugo; Lou
treble sound of the doorbell. Hugo I bravely attempted to eat the food before and hope to her as she looked down she was going she did not know nor beque. the International spy. the man

Loubeque sprang to his feet swiftly. I her. tried to endure the heartbreaking from the window of the mysterious care With the precious papers she I who stood between her and the fruition
The mask of his and bouse In San Francisco Into the eyes Simultaneouslywith :
face dropped period during which Lou could do anything. of all her hopes the man-and a
showing tbat face keen eager, a bit beque smoked silently at his cigar. It of ber lover. the man whose happiness the thought came one of terror warm flush suffused her cheeks which

5. perturbed.The I was with a sigh of relief so obvious tbe could not II e insured without those pa- Vague at first. It spread over her spirit she fought down swiftly-who was

clanging sound was augmentedby spy was obliged to smile that she made pers so short a space before her. like a veil that obliterated all light all constantly proving' himself but a mere

tbe rushing of feet She had never half hearted protest at his retirement With tbe thought; she sprang Into tbe hope. man. after all: a man susceptible to

dreamed there could be so many In II Xo sooner had his figure; ceased to room. She bounded high. clearing the As though forcing; herself against her woman's charms.

tbe house. More like a warren it was darken the doorway than she started bodies of tbe two men and landing will she closed her eyes and drew Her Hands Sought the Precious Neck Her bead was high her cheeks

than anything; eloe.'bi"pE' sounded I eagerly to examine tbe message::: squarely against the table. Groping forth the bundle and necklace. Yes. lace. sparkling as she entered tbe first fashionable -

from the halls. But she gave them "At the third hoot of the owl leave" groping; ber bands encountered the there could be. no doubting; the genuineness in months an Idea recurred to her an shop she came to; her manner

all no heed. She was swaying gentlyto I Merely that but the delphic words i cold rubies. She thrust them swiftly of the rubies. Their scintil- Mea tbat seemed to have formed a such that the crowding jostling women -

and fro her body fighting against seemed pregnant with wondrous mean- into her bodice her left hand contin- lant luster was fairly blinding.: But major jwrtion of her ideas in life before made way for her as for a queenin

the faintness that was causing her Ing.: uing the search. Papers rustled under she paid them little heed. Her fingers; that time-clothes. regal attire Instead of a young girt a

knees to refuse:; support her eyes I Hours trod upon one another's heelsso her finl'ts.n; iron hand was upon groped at the papers even as her eyes Clothes! :Obefairly blushed as she with habiliments torn and disheveled.And .

wide with delighted recognition;: and I fast they moved under the tensionof her shoulder hut she wrenched herself snapped opl.n.| Then a little cry of looked upon the beautifully dressed always, alongside tbe doors of
love and disbelief and then she fort.'bodingoI I loose and leaped back. from ber lips.
her waiting.; Vague rage and I"hariname; women upon the street Clothes! Why. all the establishments she entered
ed her lips. trying; to cry out oPt-'n-1 which she could not analyze oppressed Along the wall she moved until her The packet upon the table had evidently she looked a perfect razamuflinShe waiting-patiently waiting; furtively

the name of the man she loved the :' her despite the fires of hope tbat body encountered tbe swaying; door. been nothing but a blind. Hugo had 1-econ-e frightfully self conscious waiting rather servile appearingman

man she had worked so bard for tbe bad been kindled within her drooping Even as Lonbeque sprang at ber she Loubeque bad taken no chances with ascribing: the ;glances! of admiration bestowed stood rvswtful. quiet! ("Ontalned.Lul'ilJe's .
man who stood in the street below. I spirit There had been something slapped! the door shut. There came a | the stolen papers even while awake. her from pedestrians to

staring up at the very window at which deadly about Toom oD.s manner: under cry of pain and rage. the stumble of She had stolen a sheaf of'worthless her shabbincrn upon <*on>:*ion..Iy her return to her apartment at
she stood. But all that came from her feet backward. international the hotel was ;greeted with an appar-
'I the scrutiny of the man she: knew : waste paper. The spy necklaceShe
bands< sought the precious
lips was the faintest sound, tremulous. he hated venomously, which made Lucille fled through the night fled still held the whip hand. speeded swiftly and furtively ent arrival respect of the that flood spoke of plainly packages of she the

pitiful; the whisper:; of his name. her shudder and form a half resolution toward where she bad seen the motor- She clinched her pretty teeth tightly down the street Self reliance had become
bad ordered cPtlt Immediately that she
Before she could regain control of to acquaint Loubeque with his oar from which Thompson bad come together: even as she kept repeating; to a part of her from ber experiences I might herself for the
herself. even realize that she really servant's treachery. She had.half risento to this place. It was a chance no herself over and over again the ques- but tbe thought of obtaining prepare.
was seeing her sweetheart here In her feet. still fighting; ; against the: odds what orders the man bad been tion of why-why had be bothered to something that appalled Loubeque.It :
money was several :honrs later
flesh and blood the band of Loubequewas ludicrous impulse:; when thtwshrill bout given. pursue her when be knew how she had was that she
bad( known anything
ber never
about her waist. drawing her of an owl reached from out the mighty What commands had he been given? been misled: why had he not allowed I looked at herself In the 'ong cbeval
from the win second. She had been ber and leave him safeto of money iu her glass frank 'nlration rod wonder
gently but firmly away distances of the farreaching desert She stopped a bar to go way she bit her lips and forced
dow. But even as the casement shut waves. warned to wait for three hoots of the transact tl.e last act in his plan of tingling within her mantling ber
the doors of a Jewelry -
out her view of him she caught the And now tbe very seconds lagged. owl. and but two had been given. Impulse revenge? Why-why-why had he ber establishment way through fighting; : ber resolution cheeks with rosen tint no ruby necklaces -

lightning: flash:; of recognition: as her Every nerve every muscle flexed, for directing her. she lifted her taken to him elf so dangerous: an enemy of approaching tbebespectacled could have purchased. Tor the
to the I.ulnt ;
appeal drew Gibson's own eyes to that she knew not what. Lucille waited hands to her month. First no sound ? first time she realized that she was
window and she knew be bad seen her ear against the wall her eyes poolsof came A second time she made the ati i i She knew he was fond of ber. fond I : important looking man wonderfully Iieantiful. And even as
i t hin-1 the counter.I .
her. mirrored terror. teoipt Feeble It was at best. but the of tier in the same way her own father she stood there came a clear tapping
Ixnbeque restrained her firmly. The After what seemed an interminable startled silence took it up and burled was but who: of that? Alone with ,I! "I wish ta: selL" she murmured bash- upon tbe dOfJ With a smile' upon

clanging; ; of the bells throughout; the age came again the sound. Unable back this offender against restfulness.To tile ruby nec'ilace. she bad sufficient I I fnlly.I stared from her to the her lips she moved toward It. allow-
The salesman!
house ceased Instantlv just as.a loud this time to endure the long Intermission ber rteht l"3methf' pur of the means to do as she. pleased and be .Z- ,! necklace his growing wider and ing It to open the -lightest fraction at

hammering on the dOlor below rose.': I she was charged to undergo she motor. From behind sounded a shot fectly sate from any danger. I eyes a time.

Came a flylne rush of men within the I I

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I I Big: SaleBIG At t

lot advertised for $1200 I DAILY SPORT LETTER

with a reduction of $400.00, if AND MULES NEXTWEDNESDAY 00 - fJ:1 fJ:1 > -3

buyer would build, was boughtby The Famous BY FRANK New G.York MENKF Sporting j ts; g M o) J-poII S H-l IiIIIIL ....". IiIIIIL .
en <- .. :3
eT-o : s ... S3ta
Expert. L. E. Bates arrived in the city Pd
Mr. Samuel Brice of New I' Friday with two car loads of fine S CD O o 00 CJ) t pj rtQ)
horses and mules direct from : J J
New York, Feb. And that Georgiaand : 00T3 ,
now 5" Ol
York. We have decided to of- Tennessee; the stock were placedin u* CJ) cnC1Q
the Jack Johnson-Jess Willard affair : <
J. Mapruder,Jr.'s; stables where
fer another one. seems fairly certain of being staged, they can be seen and tried. They :; o schedule, we venture forth were pronounced by all who saw N den CD> S8BS.S- W =-: ,
as per them to be the best shipment of stock : O J.... .. .
with this prediction: shown in Orlando. Anyonewanting ...1
Corner lot, well located. Side- ever ,
Johnson will win with comparativeease to buy at private sale or exchange 1.1; O o < 5 o
eo :s t-
walks,water, lights, gas. North- if the fight is on the leveL can do so any time before the c::> x o
auction sale starts next Wednesday if. : ? ::: $>> tr1O
number of whywe PCO s I
There are a reasons horse ** P O :0
east. $1000.00. Will take $600if noon, when every remaining g C Q.. -- --
Johnson, but the most impor- O
pick and mule will positively be sold to the -
buyer will build within one tant one is that he comes of the negro highest bidder. Don't forget the date, : :3 s ,J CD ,.... CDs rto
race-of a race that can grow next Wednesday. Sale positive 2-21-ltc rainor 'C COCA er w ,.,..,
year. fold in years and yet retain its endur- ; : < tTj
0 5 rt
I ..... -4.
ance; of a race that can indulge in SELECTED MANATEE COUNTY f"'P '< I
wild dissipation and not lose much of LANDSOn c C') -
its physical the Gulf highlands of the fam- g sP
South Flor- K .'I
ous Sarasota Bay district ffip
Those who believe Willard has a dia. Fertile soil, heavy and late ship- 3jjjj e c ,
fair chance for victory come to sucha pers of grapefruit and oranges;heavy O
CARL DANN belief not because they think Wil- and early shippers of winter vegeta-I 5' f yo "l
bles killing frosts healthful cli-
; no ; :
J lard is a great fighter. They knowhe
from the
invigorating salt air
isn't a wonder, but they think that mate gulf;;pure water from flowing arte- I 0 s: e; ) lIcr! rtSD j
the negro champion has "gone back"so sian wells; this proved and tested I Id'
land, close to transportation, sur- o :
REAL ESTATE far that any ordinary fighter can
beat him. think that added rounded by prosperous groves and to I
They farms, we offer at a low price on 0., ENTCO
years and an intemperate life have small payment down, balance ten t>> s : >
reduced the once-time king of the pugilistic years at 6 per cent. Large acreagenow Q 0 CDrt IIIIpf I ICl
to pick from. Immense leap in ('t) :s c
where he will
COMPANY world to a point values will follow. This special offeris ) 8CL -c Ow
become easy prey for any type of not to speculators, but ot those .'-c :s ,J COCD
ring foe.Those. who will actually develop the land. ::2 1 : 0 CO 0
who Exceptionally fine class of residents J -1 1- P
figure thusly figure
coming in. ::2 OQ 3:
figure wrongly, in our opinion. John- Write today for full information.SARASOTAVENICE g. m : = o
A Florida son is 36 years old. There is no denying CO., = C :2.CD: en tTj. ,
that, nor is there any denyingof Box 609, Sarasota, Fla. o Q..
the fact that he has dissipated.The 2-21-1moc g g CD'a :?: hdfj rn I
Product extent of his dissipation is an en : HIS5
FORD TOURING CAR, 1914 model, ::
a >
open question, but those who are in rfist class condition. Price $350. :'. ) t c...
M Grapefruit Marmalade close to Johnson say that the reportsof 109 Silliman street. 2-21-3tc 3: O > > 1
his swimming in champagne and eo .
Marmalade FOR RENT Furnished room, with 2C 13 : ,.
Orange ,doing like stunts are gross exaggera- without-board. Apply 404 East I z.m : ; COP -3 A'I
Kumquat MarmaladeDid tions. But in our opinion the added Church.or 2-21-31 =j" ::

years and the dissipation, no matter __ .I IJ I II'I', C 3 tr.I:
how wild it has been, have not reduced i I & C :r '

you see the display of Johnson to the point where he I : Oo 3 ,
the Tavares Preserving Com- will not be able to hand Willard, the =:;. c.. : : CD : /-s
white giant, a beautiful lamming. 3 t
= < s D c/j U. ..1 8Pcc
at the Fair? ORLANDOCO
pany Johnson was 36 years old when he O ,J. P I Io
I fought Frank Moran in Paris last c gi -
June. At the time many figured that f"'t" =
\Ve sell their Call( I ,I ..., 0 PGQ
goods. !Johnson had "gone back" so far that : r O UQ ) a .
and it.CARUTHERS. 'Moran had a chance against him. P CD ,J
see ...' =
What happened s .. CD .z
t: c... ,.
I Johnson, the "physical wreck," sim- -"""'"" UQ 5 ..::. a
ply toyed with Moran during those PHONE 122 0"0 ..... "' ? -< 1
& GORE i 20 rounds. He could have knockedout g 0 ::s 0 U... 'II...- .
iI Moran in any round that he chose, (t n 0 t.r1
Best Plumbing at Low- I o 5:. \ -t- rt.
I but he elected that the white man ::s A

New Modern G Grocery should furnish stay Johnson the limit.a battle.Moran The did negro not est PricesWe .. N cr 5. ,J $>> c... = 'I

didn't have to extend himself, yet sev- are not in the combine. (to 8 = f"'P i ca H

Phone 200 eral times during those 20 rounds he SLAUTER'S latest inventions used D- ii Clt'L' c O I
r cut loose. Those who were at the on all first-class
ringside say that the old Johnson

speed, the old Johnson endurance and Construction: &
6 and 8 East Pine St. Plumbing
still there.
the old Johnson punch are










The Sale With a ReasonThe


fact that I am closing out my entire business, is sufficient reasonto

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

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

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

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

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


you today. I

F\ N.T Boetrdrr-iein,

106 Orange Avenue, Orlando, Fla. t




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South Florida DAILY'SentinelMORNING "Our Village"Their Orlando Life In [,Mr.\ Tourist r-1 -- F

AND WEEKLYW. is lots of in
prety places Here's
M. GLENN ._...................Editor Paragraph Some Real
W. C. ESSINGTON .....Bnuness Manager our village and their is lots of eye-
-- - - -- For
sores. ; instance take a look at
Entered at the pmtoffice at Orlando. Flor FROM HOOSIERLAND Estate BargainsFor
the shack that stands Church
on i
ida. M Second Class Mail M tUr.
lIon. Albert Mitchell
and Mr. Frank
1 street almost opp. the Arcade Cort.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Hoover, of Pleasant Lake, Sale by Us
Daily. 1 Year ........................ $$.00 This bldg. is in a fine state of dis I Indiana, Exclusively
Daily 6 Month ...................... 2.50 repair. It leans to the east, has a : spent yesterday in the city as the
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1.25 I guests of their old time friend, Mr. Modern seven room resi-
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .69Weekly. 000000000000 dence
J. F. Schumann. on Lake :Minnie for
1 Year ...................... $LOG 0 xx Mutt & Jeff o' 0
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN 0 tobacco xssz ; ; 0 -0- only $3500.
ADVERTISERS: I Mr. Henry Collarman, the champion 75x155, dandy
0 xxxx Sovereignxx 0 view ot Lake Lucerne.
corn of Iowa
grower is
Cpr for display and all other hand-set 0 Smoke-Chew- spend-
sdrrrtiftinr must be hand,. in at the Business 000000000000View I ing a few days; in the city. Mr. Col ual value $2000 Owner will
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m,
larman has sacrifice for
the day before publication. This rule appliesto of Bldg. lookin East spent several months in only 51600.
changes for contract advertising: it is Florida and thinks the state We Beg Respectfullyto
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. balcony running around it, and looksas I wonderful agricultural posseses Two beautiful homes on
though a good stiff breeze'd blowit possibilities.
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel diSrontinued i Lake Eola. Owner must sell.
should notify the office in writing on over. It has one thousand red, pur-
the date of j LARGE COTTON Price of either 6oco.
expiration otherwise it will be ACREAGEMr. only
ple, white, yeller, and pink
continued at the regular subscription rate.. green j Announce
until notice to ia received. D. B. SphaJer, who just recently -
atop all it. Its board Several
Telephone. Numb r ,..................... tt signs over a building returned from his cotton plantationin new California bun-
instead of asignboard. We don't know galows
ready to into
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1913. who this bldg. belongs too but we do I South Carolina, was in Orlando move c
no the bldg. should be razed to the yesterday and expressed the opinion $1800 up to $3000.Cooper that Our grauft

IMPORTANT OMISSIONS IN ground It looks fierce and promotes a : that the cotton acreage would be as I '
I I large this last.
RECENTLY PUBLISHED feelin of nausea to the esthetic inclined I year as Atha
BOARD OF TRADE its the 1st thing a comer to -0-
BOOKLET our vill. sees when he walks east on
Mr. S. J. 114 South Orange Ave.. Ground Floor
i Heign
A thirty-two page booklet has been Ch. st. from the A. C. L. depot and a prominent business -
issued by the Board of Trade. It is his eyes; sure git sore the more he man of Richmond, Va., has purchased Phone No. 311

beautifully illustrated and shows Or- looks at it. Down it should go. On valuable lot at Schumann --- ---
lando to be a city of real beauty. It top is ab roken, bent, twisted, dilapi- Heights and will erect a splendid reSidence -

is said to be the best, most elaborate, dated bicycle. You cant miss seein it. entertains, for a winter home. Mr. Heign Gr n SIJrin[ IJ nill[

and finest production ever gotten up -0- a splendid opinion of the !'
Florida and intends
orange investing VENEER CORES
by the enterprising commercial organ- -Comm. StarBird was in town I
ization that is boosting for Orlando yest. from Apop. looking fine as ever. in land for grove purposes on a large
first last and all the time. It tells --0- i i scale. lIe believes that better org-an-I $1.25

of the advantages of the city, of the I -Our city clerk Karl Jansen says ization among growers is needed to i i of
make the business I Per Strand
resources of Orlando, of the many opportunities the U. States should stop sending I profitable and that I Up i i
for the investor, and for i boats, supplies & victuals over to Eu- i each year men are coming to see this FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND !

the tourist to enjoy himself duringthe rope. "If this is done," says Jansen, i fact and are working toward that OAK WOOD i

long winter in the North. "the war will stop-they can't sup- I end. Orlando Wood YardB. I MILLINERYREADYTOWEAR
There is no mention in the booklet ply themselves say stop sending
whatsoever of the newspapers in Or- wessels over and the war will cease." i TIlE MIKADO W. Kinsrsley. Proprietor

lando, newspapers that receive daily Bro. Jansen knows what hes talking I Reserved seats go on sale Monday PINE STREET AND R. R.
telegraphic service, keeping the visitor about. He was born: and reared in i! morning 10 o'clock, at Estes, Drug Telephone 344 I
in accurate touch with the North, Copenhagen. 1 I Store. Price SOc., 75c. and $1.00. 9-30 II,I
East and West, and giving unto him --0I i
metropolitan service with a true account -I -Supt. McK. says to us yest.. that!' --- .I

of international happeningsboth I yest. was the quietest day he ever put ]'- \

afternoon and morning. Neitheris I in at the Cort hse. in eight months. ,
there any mention of the play- -

houses in our midst whereby the visitors -Dog-gone it all, why do fellers -

may enjoy musical, dramaticand I have to leave noble perfessions in or-I i I I
photoplay entertainments six der to steal. II II I

days in the week throughout the win- -0- I II I
ter season and the entire year. -There is shure a lot of speculation -

The two telegraph companies, : going on in our village concerning I
maintained at considerable cost, insuring |i the developments what might occur -j ?MfNS'
the visitor ready and immediate I in and around the English chan- I Lake Eola and Eola Park I

service with his business connec- i nel. If a German Submarine or torpedo -

tions in Chicago, Indianapolis, St. I boat sinks an American liner

Louis, New York, or any other city a wiht several hundred americans on .
great distance from Orlando, are not board what will be the result. Con-

mentioned in the most excellent book- sidering the many aspects that war .
let. might take is an unpleasant duty, and
The time is now ripe for an investment in this par- WILL TAKE PLACE OX
These are items of course which we refrain from commenting. We'd WEDNESDAYAND

may be taken for granted by our out- rather write up the local police courtor
ticular section of the city. well &
Property will be
side friends and interested readers attend the New England picnic.

: but they surely deserve as much space - THURSDAY NEXT
: as other representative interests. -Our liTle book o* facts says a absolutely certain of producing a profit. I have two or
1 0--- raVen lives to be 100 yrs. old but who

MORE, MORE wants to be a bird? three offerings which I can recommend as sure MONEY-

t More conventions to Orlando, more -
Orlando man's heart MAKERS.Call FEBRUARY 24th-25th
t tourists to Orlando; more industries -The average
r for Orlando; more baseball clubs for beats 92,160 times per day.0 .
E the training season to Orlando. - and let me show them to you.

t A big quartette indeed. RAPID DEVELOPMENTLess

t Conventions to Orlando means advertisement than fourteen months ago

f to the city, greater prestige Mahlon Gore, the ex-newspaper man, I
t and advanced standing over her began clearing the timber from a lit-I

t sister cities of Florida. tIe tract of about eight acres located
; More tourists every winter means on Lake Gem Mary. lie now has it

r more money, many investments in all cleared, and mostly set in fruits I

r local realty, and various benefits. and ornaments, and the work is still S. Y. WAY

More industries means greater com- going on. Yesterday he made a list I

!. mercial impetus, greater populationand of the varieties he has thus far AN EXHIBITION OF THE
a greater volume of diversified ed. It numbers fully ninety, start-I
Insurance and Real Estate
i business. work is still going on. This is Agent

And more baseball dubs for the some for a man who has scored sev- I
training season means a drawing interest enty-eight years, and suggests something I PHONE 172 Newest-of-the-
from a large range of territory to a few younger men who can
visitors will come to Orlando to find nothing to do.
witness live baseball games and spend

money on home merchants. REV. STAGG RETURNSRev. on Living Modelsat
Florida has eclipsed California in

bringing baseball clubs to this state J.V.. Stagg returned yester-

for the training season. There are day afternoon from Charlotte, N. C., the Grand Theatre
four major league, clubs in Florida where he had been to attend the I

the Athletics, the Cubs, the Dodgers Men's Forward convention. I -I I I
and the Phillies, at Jacksonville,Tam-

pa, Daytona, and St. Petersburg, re HM-I" " HIIIIBIIMMMIItMlllltilOlia .IIMIIIIMI Tuesday Feb. 23rdFrom
spectively. : ,
Orlando this year will shelter the

Birmingham club of the Southern r $200 $225 $250 and Hf
so on .
Association, and Lakeland will play I P. M. TO 5.30 P.MA

host to the Louisville Colonels.For I

the city net can next for easily at year least support Orlando two two clubs.should baseball This lay I'I up to $500 or $550 CORDIAL INVITATION TO ALL

clubs without any; conflict whatever. I II f No CardsDICKSOIHVES .

trade To every body man or business or group firm of men that or is I Any price you of the choice f r

another instrumental baseball in bringing club, convention to Orlando, in-I I RNTNne; II

approval dustry or of tourist the entire the community entire voice will PARK I

be bestowed them.

QUESTIONThe 0- Lots. Terms easy if desired. Only reasonable re- I! : CO.

cartoon New of York some World interest.publishes Uncle a strictions. Call at 905 E. Central Avenue, or ask J !

Samuel is leaning: against a tree; the
lapel of his coat is grasped firmly by your dealer if you care to see these lots. ; '

Kaiser William who is looking firmly ; 1 .DEPARTMENT STORE.
into the face of our Uncle. The Kai- .
ser's right arm is thrown in the di- II ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING
rection of a British Lion that has its LACE
The Store of true
servIce, of
left paw on the back of a poor lamb : of fair dealing of never-fading courtesy .

The captioned Lion, "Germany's is savagely Food growling Supply.and" I I TAYLOR & THOBNTON ii at right trust-worthy prices merchandise -

showing his teeth at the Kaiser. The I ORLANDO FLORIDA
subject of the cartoon is an express :1Ii

, sion from the Emperor to Uncle Sam: j Proprietors

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I -dited By Miss Eliza Wright --

Office telephone No. lyd. Residence telephone No. 254 I Owing to the special engage- Starting at eight I
ment of the RhieldafferSkibinsky -

WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR I Betty Fudge on Saturday afternoonat Co., :Motion Pictures will be ,- MADAME GRACE

her home on Orange avenue. The discontinued for the evening,
e Feb. 21st-2 i th. members of the club are Mesdames after eight o'clock. I J

Sunday I Fort and Rogers and :Misses: Beach- I' The usual matinee will be Recognized
by both
Usual church services in all the! am, Firnkoess, Branch, and Fudge, held. '
and the
churches. ;
public as one
who will meet each Saturday morningto I
Monday I ca's leading
9 a. .-New England Association I improve their knowledge of the I sopranos.
picnic. Camp Dow, Conway. game of "Rum." Mrs. Fort was the 3 I
3 p. m.-Colonial tea and musicale; I fortunate winner of the prize at this ALEXANDERVON
Mrs. C. G. Westcott.
Colonial card party; Mrs. Salis.I first meeting. Mrs. Rogers will entertain "THE IRONIASTER" : '
bury, hostess. the club next Saturday.
Mission Study class,Chapter House. A Biograph special feature, The noted Russian JEWELRY 1

Social; Ladies' Aid, Highland Park. I Guests of Ir.-:: Mrs. :McQuaigMiss : complete in two parts. I I I
8:30 p. m.-Reception and dance, best. See our wrist watches. 1
San Juan; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Annie Lou Martin, of Till
Bourne. Creek, Ga., and Miss Mary Shaw, of Prof Skibinsky has I II other adornments and 1
8 p. Rhieldaffer-Skibinsky Musical \ I Mulberry\ Fla., are visiting Mr. and before many I V jewelry hoi se in town. II j
the Grand. I re son.
company TuesdayAll Mrs.\ C. F. McQuaig at their home on BRONCHO BILLY'S DOUBLEAn ences, and has been ; U"

day "Sit Round," Presbyterian West Central avenue. i an artist. i iI
church parlors. --0- j' Essany Drama featuringMr. ., JEWELERS !
1 Nullos Club; Mrs. Mather Smith of Guests of :Mr.: and :Mrs.: 'esteott I HAROLD A. (
Oakland, hostess. I Ir1I
G. M. Anderson. Pianiste
"Auctioneers;" Mrs. T. II. Thompson :Mrs. Jeannie Wilkey and daughter, 01:1.. J.
hostess. :Miss Margaret, arrived last night -
Sorosis Club; open Tuesday. from New York city to be the house I Because of Mr. ,
Florida University Glee Club, Op- al musical ability he
guests of Mr. and Mrs.\ C. G. West- I
era missioned by EFFECTS
Dancing cott at their lovely home on Lucerne "HIS CHORUS GIRL WIFE"An I
Club.Wednesday welt to study the music
produced by the new wall
Circle. Mrs. Wilkey is a sister of Mr. 12)J papers
Wednesday Card Club; Mrs. S. II. Westcott. Edison Comedy.. i American Indians, for : here exclusively. A room

Alleman, hostess. I'pose of recording and j with any of these new wall
--oAt -
Twentieth Century Club Mrs. T. C.
; .their aboriginal music
Whitman, hostess. the Rosalind Club I ceiling paperings will take on a
"Bachelor Girls;" Miss Jean Per- The Belgian relief card party at lore. brigher and more refined at-
hostess. You'll it if
son I regret ;you
the Rosalind Club yesterday after-
Meeting of Cathedral Needlework I "THAT ORCHESTRA" ONE RARE TREAT your new wall papers without
Guild. noon was enjoyed by sixteen tablesof I these.
Men's Forum, Chapter House. bridge enthusiasts. Mrs. Dow and
Unity Circle, "The Right and the Mrs. Williams were the committee in ORLANDO I
Wrong Use of Sunday." Paint & Wall Paper Co
Weekly dance Lucerne hotel. charge, assisted by Misses Grace and I
Thursday Mary Holt, and Miss Cowell. Tea 5 cents 10 cents ADMISSION 50 II 205 S. Orange Avenue
Rosalind Club afternoon; Mrs.Bear- and sandwiches were served after the
---- ---- f
dall, chairman.
Phone 261
games. at I the home of Mr.\ and 1\
"Here and There Club; :Mrs.Jones, Members may have informal games ,
hostess. - Butt, Robinson
of cards, write or read, or spend the on avenue.
Suffrage League eta; Mrs. Mahlon\ Guests of Mrs.\ Wright ial couple are friends of 'J
Gore's home Lucerne Circle. Mrs. Oliver McNulty, of Cairo, Ill, time socially or otherwise. Mrs. Bear- Gordon and are the II 111111111 I II II II t
"Mikado;" Mendelssohn Club, Op- dall has kindly consented to take
and Miss Amelia Nordman, of In- ("Better Babies Contest.
era House. charge for one month. If the new 1 NGS
Friday dianapolis, Ind-, arrived yesterday to I garet Clark gave an
is successful it become
"At home;" Miss Mary Guernsey, be the guests of Mrs. Kate Wright at plan may an [last year at the first I
in honor of Miss Satterthwaite and established custom of the club. Members of orders for engraved
her home on Lake Cherokee. contest held at the
:Miss White. may bring guests on these after- represent the latest
-o- Associated with the Doctors
"At home; Mrs. J. N. McElroy.
noons. Tea and sandwiches be
I' may been accepted by re
Dinner dance, Rossmore Inn. Was Delightful AffairA I this work was Mrs. Mary
"Mikado," Opera Ho se. delightful affair on Friday even- secured for a small price. Mrs. Gas-i Audubon. They have ,i\ ,
Saturday ton Edwards Mrs. II. L. Beeman, and artistic effects with fine :
the senior German class of I
ing was I I study of all matters of
Belgian relief card party, Rosalind j Mrs. C. B. Robinson are the committee the lowest. Send for v
Club; Mrs. Davis, chairman. the Orlando high school entertaining I child life. It is to be hoped
I who were appointed by the -
president free of charge.
Civic League meeting, Chapter the senior Classical club. Assemblingat I I will become so enraptured f !
j to matters.
House. arrange CO., Wedding
the school auditorium at eight charms of the City
Entro Nous Club; Mrs. Rogers,hos- I - Whitehall St. Atlanta
tess. o'clock the young people spent several .I they will make Orlando
Originators of Better Babies Contest I
hours in pleasant idleness. About
- nent home.
r : Dr. George Hardy Clark and wife,
Washington's Birthday Occasion for ten o'clock dainty refreshments were -o- . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dr. Margaret Vaupel Clark, of Iowa, I
served. These social gatherings have Wedding Bells I.
Many Social Affairs
arrived in the city last evening for !
developed a class spirit and class ties 1
The friends of
George Washington's birthday anni- many
several weeks' visit, being domiciled I Ads For ResultsFRANK
that will never be forgotten or sev-
versary is to be celebrated gaily in i I (Continued on page ; 1
Orlando this season.' ered, even when the members of the
The New England Association have class of 1915 may be scattered to remote i

-- an all day picnic at "Dow's Camp," parts of the earth in the yearsto LucerneTOMORROW J s i

on Lake Conway. Over one hundred come.
have signified their intention of going -0llendelssohn- A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL J

The autos will leave Tourist Club Notes l

Headquarters at nine o'clock.A The "Mikado" is to be the event of I
colonial tea will be given in the the week. Though the social calendaris I Established 1886 j

afternoon at the home of :Mrs. C. G. full for the first of the week, sev- i
eral dances and receptions being The Fourth Episode of the
Westcott on Lucerne Circle, the pub-
lic invited, the proceeds to be used plannedd, everything ceases Thursdayand Greatest Serial ever made

for home charities. A musical pro- Friday nights, as every one is "RUNAWAY JUNE" CURTIS & O'NEAL

gram will be given by Mrs. Mather going to see and to hear the Mendels- -1 j
Smith, Miss Reba Hilburn, Miss Eu- sohn Club in the "Mikado," at the You simply can't afford to miss 1j j

dalia White, Mrs. F. D. Carr, Miss opera house. Mendelssohn Club con- any of these episodes. INSURANCE LOANS i
Persing, and :Miss: Roberta Branch. certs are always social events, quitea

Mrs. Salisbury will entertain witha number of box parties having already Three other splendid pictureswill I 4

colonial card party at Cornish's Tea been arranged for the performances. REAL ESTATE RENTALS 1:
be shown, includingA
Room in the afternoon.In .
the evening Mr. and Mrs. Harold On Friday night a most gratifyingand KEYSTONE KOMEDY !

Bourne will entertain thei rhosts of thorough rehearsal was held. ;
friends with ar eception at the San Everything is working beautifullyand
Juan to meet their house guests, Mrs.\ harmoniously. Those in charge SAME LITTLE PRICES I

Wm. White, Mrs. Hickman, Mrs. are pleased with the progress that is First Floor ________5c. and lOc. II I 1
Grassi, Miss\ White and Miss Hick- being made. The dress rehearsal will .
White Balcony ____5c. and lOe.I .
man. Later in the evening dancingwill be held on Tuesday evening at the For Sale i 1 i
be enjoyed in the cabaret. Elks Club, owing to the opera house Colored Balcony ____5c. and 10cOSTEOPATHY

Many Orlandoites will' motor to being engaged for that evening, and I _

Eustis, if the day is fair, to the cele- every one is requested to be at the t
House eight Lot 65j xl67. Price
bration which is an annual event in club on time, as the rehearsal starts rooms.

that city, motor boat races, automo- promptly at 7:30 p. m.0 .
bile parade, golf and other attrac- - $4500.00. A bargain. ;
tions being on the program.0 A New Feature
Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
- The Rosalind Club rooms will be Kirksville Graduate
Another Orlando Club open every afternoon in the week, be- Consultation Free ,
The latest addition to Orlando's ginning Monday, from five to six Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan -
long list of dubs is the Entre Nous o'clock this HoteL
not to conflict with the ---- - --- -- ----
Club, which was entertained by Miss regular Thursday afternoon parties. I Office Phone Orlando 716; Residence Fla. 1018 . . . . . . , . . , . . . . . . . . . .

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i it New fisk Prices :

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... ,, ,. At New Low Prices ;
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'"L \{, .; ,_.. Establishing' a New Standard of Tire Values ;


Size Plain Tread Casing Non-Skid Casing Tubes
30 x 3 _________-_$9.00 $ 9.45 $2.35

MOTOR CAR 30 x 3i/ ________$11.60 12.20 2.70

33 x 4 __________$19.05 20.00 3.85

Qualities which the eye cannot see---fine work- 34 x 4 __________$19.40 20.35 4.00 -1

manship, fine adjustment of parts and fine balance 36 x 41/2 ________$27.35; 28.70 5.20

37 x 5___________$32.30 33.90 6.25

reveal themselves in the way the car sticks to the If you pay more than Fisk Prices you pay for something that does not exist. I

road at high speed.PHILLIPS. I a

We Have a Service Station. All i

Adjustments Made Here.

GARAGES ; : ; i

; ; : I. W. Phillips & Sons Orlando Auto Supply Co.
I i 3

; ;: ; 26 East Pine St. 210 South Orange Aver j I. San Juan Garage Company

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PRICESTO Terms FOR to Suit SALE Purchaser J umbQr, Latham 111cZ SI1121 ;IeS

SENTINELWANT Good citrus and truck land cleared, k
in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots on
GETREADY brick road to be built this year two
miles from Orlando. Phone 10.J.1:
S rings, or white II. G. Jackson R. F. D.
CASH 2-14-lmo No.2, Orlando, for appointment.

FOR SALE-On account of poor
The Morning Sentinel Want health the undersigned hereby offers
65 acres Sanford and Orlando Directory is the Greatest Want for sale at a bargain his desirable ORLANDO
Ad Medium in Orlando. property located at the corner of
Brick Road.
West street and Ridgewood avenue.
--- Terms Cash in Advance. This property is central in a first
5 Room House, close in. Easy class neighborhood and convenientto
Terms. RATES school business lake and park.
For One Day ______________25t Owner will sell all, or part cash or Cement
Plaster and Perfection Lime
Grove. For Three Days ____________50c terms. Property consists of nice new Royal Agatite
I Lot in Highland For Six Days ______________75c bungalow fronting on Ridgewood
For One Month ____________$2J>0 avenue has six rooms and large
Concord Park
2 Lots This rate applies on all ads of celled basement with flue, suitable for

Seminole Park Lots 25 words or less. If the ad con- kitchen or laundry; lot 47x85 feet; -
tains more than 25 words the rate house unfurnished. Price 2100.
will be one cent per word for Also nearly new, two-story six-
Acerage 3 miles out, easy each additional word for each in- room cottage, fronting on West street,
terms. sertion. I!I with shed and greenery; lot 46x117
If you can't bring your ad to feet; house partly furnished. Price 3k 9inefl'fiJKINCAID
We will do business on any of the office telephone No. 24. Ac- $1,950. ur .dlL +

the above. :41U counts opened by telephone will be Also a beautiful connecting corner
: payable the following
lot, 70x85 feet fronting on two
streets, and graded for basement
Every Home-Every Business- building. Price $1.000. For cash anda
ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Every Man has use for a quick sale owner would dispose of
Sentinel Want Ad. all of the above to one party for
$4,300. E. N. COY. 2-2-lmoc
Wvtklns Block PHONE 504 auff SNOWDENOrlando's


-For FineWATCH LIVINGSTON GLOBE tomato plants
for sale. Apply at Central Garden FOR RENT-Small flat modern conveniences -
CLOCK 820 West Central 2-19-St unfurnished.: Jas. A.
and avenue. Knox. 11-3-tf Largest and Cheapest

JEWELRY REPAIRINGcall FOR SALE-Practically new Ford
touring car, at a bargain. Come NICE LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
on C. VATER whois quick. Ford Garage. 2-19-3t to adults only. 409 Delaney street.1025tf FURNITURE HOUSECor.

an expert at this trade
FOR SALE-Best: truck farm in Pros-
with many years experience per Colony for sale at a bargain if WANTEDWANTEDA
sold in 60 days. Farm consists of 15 and Pine Sts. Orlando
acres of as good land as there is in position as dry goods
Youngs Repair Shop
aj Orange county; 7 acres in cultivation; salesman. Am familiar with all
Opp. Post Office: Pine StreetOSTEOPATH all under fence; 6 room house auto departments. Best of references fur-
and wagon sheds feed barn, stables. nished. Address S., care Sentinel.
corn crib and poultry house; crop and 2.206t
some farming tools go with place.S. .
S. Bowman Taft Fla. WANTED-Respectable, middleagedwoman
2-19-d&wk-lmo who desires home to act as r
housekeeper. Light work. Address
FOR SALE-Gentle horse Macey "Housekee er." care Sentinel.
wagon and buggy. Apply 411 2-17-61
Office corner Orange Avenue and West street. 2-18-Gt
WANTED-Salesman Eveutuallv You Will Use
Church St. Davis & McNeil BIdg., and solicitor,
Phone 419. FOR QUICK SALE-Will sacrifice with auto; also two salesmen with
country store doing thousand dollars out autos. Inquire Singer Sewing
monthly business. Ill health :Machine Co., 43 East Pine strEet.

owner's reason for selling. Address 2-16-tfs
Lock Box 144, Orlando Fla.
2-17-6t LOST-35x41-2 automobile tire on
rim. Finder will please return to
FOR SALE FOR SALE-Rhode Island Red eggs J. L. Dillard Winter Garden Fla., 1
for setting; fine stock; $1.00 for 13. and receive reward. 2-17-tfc GAS
Mrs. Calder. Phone 708. 2-3-lmoc
Four Lake Front Lotson YOUNG COUPLE want furnished or :
FOR SALE-35 h. p., five passenger unfurnished house; good location.
auto in good running order. Owner Can give reference. Address P. O.
Colonial Drive East and leaving city. Rare bargain at $450. Box 435. 2-14-tfc .

Broadway; 31 bearing orange Address 94 Lakeview avenue, city.
trees. $200 Garage. All Strawberries, phone H. C. McDaniel.
for 53000. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGEFortyacres 708. Parties coming to the gardenfor I F'ORCooking ,
near Jacksonvile, Fla., for vegetables will be given low
PHONE 567and sale or exchange; what have you? prices. 2-20-lmo.
Address 94 Lakeview avenue Orlando t

Fla. 2-16-6t FOR RENT-Two large furnishedrooms
I will show you the best with bath, in private family. and Heating
bargain in Orlando. FOR SALE-Buick touring car, fully Furnished for light housekeeping or .
: equipped; speedometer Presto tank not. 205 Ruth street. 2-21-3t
etc. A bargain. Act quick. Call at

Ford Garage Church street. 2-12-tf FOR SALE OR RENT-An eight:!;

FOR SALE-Five room cottage all Lucerne room ;house one of furnished the best near locations Lake; Because it is the most convenient most .
modern conveniences completely call and see it; 510 DeLaney street. ,
furnished, 307 Broadway avenue. Apply Also Ford auto and Mathushek piano

"DIXIE LIMITED"Between avenue.to Mrs. McDade 312 1-27-lmo Broadway for sale. T. J. Walker. 2-21-6t cleanly and most efficient fuel known. ,

FOR SALE-70 acres high:!; class virgin -
FOR SALE-A good city residence, pine timber land; located two Why not begin today as a Gas User? ; I
with all modern conveniences; part and one-half miles from Winter Parkon
cash balance on time. Address"Owner' paved road. 1500. J. E. Crawford -
care Sentinel office. office over McElroy Pharmacy. You will save time labor and expense. '
J cksonville, Chicago and St. Louis -7-lmoc 2-21-3t ,

Reestablished January 6, 1915 t
FOR SALE-Five passenger touringcar Umbrellas recovered and repaired
Northbound Daily Southbound in A-l condition; cheap for "while you wait" at Young's Repair
ash, or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor Shop 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc
9:35 am Lv. Jacksonv'eMacon Ar. 7:30 pm \
905 East Central avenue. Phone 696.
5:08pm Ar. Lv.11:45
am ,
8:03pm Ar. Atlanta Lv. 8:35 am
buy, sell rent and exchange real
12:18 am Ar. Chattan'ga Lv. 4:37 am
4.50 am Ar. Nashville Lv.12.10 am FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla., ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO. '
9:28 am Ar. Evansville Lv. 7:30pm and tools best farm in county; variety over 30 years. Have handled over
635pm Ar. Chicago Lv.U:30am fruits 1,600 trees; elegant up- 20000000. Call and see me. s
to-date buildings etc. Room 3, Rock 10-6-3m F. A LEWTER.
Lv.215 i iI
2:59pmAr. St. Louis pm Orlando. J. Van
Bldg., Buskirk own-
Solid Train Compartment-Observa repairs of all kinds done
tion cars. Standard Pullman cars and FOR SALE-Story: & Clark upright promptly; repairing of leaky roofs;
coaches between Jacksonville and doors and windows
screen a specialty;
grand piano won by Miss Myrtle
Chicago. Standard Pullman sleepers Weeks in the recent contest will be sleeping porches counters shelling,
Jacksonville to St. Louis.DINING garages:!; :!; office fixtures; window and -.I
sold for benefit of Baptist church .
door frames made to order. Get ourprices.
building fund. Piano be seen
may 18 East Church street. A
CARS at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. I IF l
postal will bring us. 1-11-lmo
Weeks 10 Washington street.

Atlantic Coast Line 1-13-tfc FOR SALE D. K. DavidsonGOLF Ssis Findley's' Pioneer e Paint &Wall PaperStore

Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. 75 acres suitable for citrus culture Fir F r S l

and pretty truck lake farming and has bordering one-half on mile a INSTRUCTOR Has always on hand a large and well selected

G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., Frontage on the Orlando to Sanford Orlando Country Club stock of Wall Papers. High Grade Varnishes, Paints,
brick road this frontage being adapted Brushes Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies.
Tampa Florida. for nice home sites; could be sub- Telephone No. 249. ,
divided into 40 building plots 60x200
feet each leaving about 60 acres for CONTRACTORS FOR PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING

citrus minutes fruits walk and to truck railroad farming station; five Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST ri- r JUl_ Orange grove; has been ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU.FINDLEY'S ,

stores hotel school and churches. set out a year; select budded trees
When you consider location and good
., ; transportation facilities with other I orange and grapefruit; there are PIONEERPHONE
advantages the property's real value :
is $7,500. It is owned by a non-resi- Recently of New York 111-2 acres in the grove; located on 67 Corner Pine and Court
dent who needs He author-
DR. L H. RAMSDELL izes me to sell it money.for $3,000. Whoever Over Curtis & O'Neals, Orange Are. Lake Jem Mary between Lake Con-

OPTOMETRIST buys this property gets a bar- 24d&wlmPHONE way and Lake Jennie Jewel 3-4 of a ,
gain. For further call
Waaw.r' to Dr. O. P. Ukbii lCilLANDO particulars on .
E. C. Young room 10, McNeill & mile from Pine Castle road soon to
building corner Church street 646
jnC FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES and Orange avenue. Orlando. be bricked; new up to date seven room

AND DO ALL KINDS OF 1-31-tfc AUTO FOR HIRE house; good large barn and other The 1ar1et.OF

you like to havea buildings. OF
nice winter home in CLEANLINESS QUALITY
Orlando BARNARD & SON quick sale on easy terms. Inquire of
where could raise
Established 1870 you your own vegetables I OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE

R. E. COCHRAN CO.. Inc. and and have strawberries orange grapefruit keep chickens and- 17 Hughey Street :Orlando, Fla. J. B. Magruder, Jr., office in Arcade; FRESH AND SALT HEATS

132 Park Place, New York tangerine trees! Not too far from 12-10-Ain o: see the owner, 1 Kept under the best sanitary condition i
the center of town; just at the city
Wholesale Dealers and Commission limits on a magnificent street shaded Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fraah

Merchants in Florida Orangesand with all oaks on the road to the Dr. S. S. Jones G. M. BISSELL and ,ue.
Grapefruit Country Club. If so, buy this gem. i
It has five large high ceilinged sun- We inYitclnspectioa and guarantee satisfaction. We have

Represented by ny rooms and bath, newly paintedand CHIROPRACTOR 1-28-lm everything in the Meat Line t
Geo. W. Tull, Orlando, Fla. papered, facing two streets. graduate Davenport College, 17 and at grove
Liberal advances made on con- Price only $2,000. Circumstances 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone
IVdl. Self & Co. "
signments.R. compel"us to sell. Address "Winter 209. Intelligent people everywhere H.
E. Cochran. President.T. Home care Sentinel office Orlando. are being restored to health by chiro- PINE i
2-10-tf practic adjustments the new scienceof PHONE NO. 80 STREETCUT
L. Turney Treasurer! I removing the cause of disease. Examination j A
- Get the news first in the Sentinel.
\ ,I l-22-2m Don't overlook the want ads. free. 12-24-lmo

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Battleship Full of 50 TIiEI"ItEIN

Entrancing Mexican IEXICO

I Maidens 1-3 PEO TIllS TIME



- / The Laugh of Your Life MUTT SEE



__ _ __ WITH







ACT OF "TO D A\, Lucerne, Mat. and Night, Feb 24 TO TilE s
Seats on Sale at BUrr'S CANDY SII01
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SIGNS Best Seats $1.00. Prices $1.00. 75c., 50c. :

Gold Leaf and Aluminum, on
. . . . .I. . . = ). . . . .''IlilieillMMIIIMMMiREAL _
Glass or Wood
ion. The young men are all studentsof
DAY OF THE QUILL PEN. the university at Gainesville, but Cloth Signs and Big Bulletinsa FEB. 23 ESTATE

-- many of them are from other states. : specialtyI
When Writing Paper Was Poor and .
They have with them Prof. James
have .
Envelopes Were Unknown. Morgan with me and can
Madison Chapman, reader, who is ,
The .o"tlot mending required by I Igrail 1 I II give prompt service The of Hal '
well known in Orlando, as he was at University =
pen must bare proved a severe ,
trial iu the days when uo others were Rollins several years and gave several .
available, says tbe London Chronicle. I entertainments in Orlando. lie GEO. A. BARKER We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If .
Alexander I. of Russia thought it necessary alone is more than worth the priceof 110 West Pine St. Glee Clubin
to employ a man whose sole admission. Mr. Miller, the directorof you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call
t duty ,tiii,.l"ted In cutting pens lie the club, is a baritone and violin
warequired to have a supply of not soloist of note. The young men have Get the news in the Sentinel frst. their Fifth Annual Tour of the and talk your wishes over with us.
less than link quills always ready i State.
good voices and will sing a number of
This uuuilKT was by uo means excessie. The of this firm has had of
the latest productions. The "rag i Seats on sale at BUTTS, Feb. 22, manager years exper- I
for Alexander would never use ,. '
the same pen twice. Even tbe writingof time" quartette is one of the most : Washington's Birthday celebration 9 a.m., 3c.: ;)Oc.. and 7.;>c. ience dealing in Florida investments having sold over a t

a signature' spoiled a pen. in Lila pleasing features. The club is under at the Fair Grounds. 2-19-3tc
opinion for subsequent u--e. The quill the management of "Pug" Hamilton, million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last
cutter. wbo received a salary of (34U I an Orlando boy. "Pug" has devel-

a year aix-ompauled tile czar on all bl oped into one of the best clarinet soloists c O:1 0 ,. two years. '
Journeys including campaigns against in the state and will render two : r
Napoleon. or three numbers. We are well posted on the values of all classes and
Writing implements changed considerably -
for tbe better during Sir Walter Hammond &Gore kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all e
Gilbey's long spell; of life. "Tboogn Once upon a time a third grade was

.quill pens are still ID use." he remarksIn asked to write a question about July : bargains in Real Estate and we want customers for Real

.. bU"Ue **I remember the time when one set of the children wrote, "What do you Estate Bargains.
dom saw any other kind. Steel pens know about Independence day?" and
in their early days were when called upon for an answer he
ill made and few people wed them
said, "Them that was there knows
The paper we bad.Dty years ago COMPARE
more about it than me."
may nave been par to blame. It .

bad neither the subntaus"e nor the surface I ii OUR FURNITURE WARING REAL ESTATE COMPANY
BOW adays.l we take. as a matter of course PLEASE NOTICEIn I

remember when envelopes came answering an advertisementwhere We provide the quality of furniture that has long

Into use and what a boon they were no name is mentioned in the I been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the; I R. D. WAKING,1Ianager

-considered after tbe old system of closing ad. please do not ask the Sentinel for standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .

letters with wafers or wax. Before information as to the identity of the wouldn't be here were it otherwise. Weca 'l make Rooms 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115tf

envelopes were Invented letters I advertiser. Usually we do not know, this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stonesof
were always written with an eye to
and if did, we are not allowed to this business, and that means much to my bujer.McNSLL .
the position of tbe wafer or seal a I we I I e.
blank spare being left to correspond give out this information. Simply
.-. (.-$-.8..IGI11.1..D.t'D.' .dl..I.I s
with the pace where this would be write a letter and address it as per
put on tbe outside. lest the written I instructions in the ad. ,

portion should be torn in opening."- Cor. Orange Aie. and Church .. Orlando, Fla.

New York Min. I the$200 Fair in cash Grounds prizes on given Washington's away at I:- : J SPECIAL SALE !

Pins.It I 2-19-3tc < L _
seemed as if it would take a whole Birthday. .
paper of pins to mend the torn dress. I I -- -- -- -- FOR
The wearer appealed: to her car nelcb- I
bor. I

"Have you any pin*** she; asked. :4fr ri SATURDAY AND MONDAYKingan's
The woman bad none but passed they I
query ou. and In a little while every
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-edges and turning bark lapels. In all. The Attractive Way"r Best Hams, per pound20c Pettijohn Breakfast Food, per kg. 15c '
Fourteen :
sixteen pins were produced. Breakfast and Smoked Bacon Malt Breakfast Food, per pkg ____15e :

were t'ODtrihutt'by men. per pound ____20c., 23<., and 28c Post Toasties, per pkg ____ _____9c
"We never need them as much as tbeiwomen. Florida Northwest
but somehow we carry them (, to Queen City Best Creamy Butter Shredded Wheat _______________12c
and the women don't. said one of the: per lb. ____________________40c Wheatena, per pkg --___________15c I i iI
L. & X. trains service all the in the
give to leading centers *
male pa& e1ers.-\ew: lurk Post.Curious : 6r Anchor Brand Butter, per pound__35c I Sterilized Wheat Bran, per pkg15c !
I Dixie i Central '\'estand Northwest. They run from Jacksonville Kinghan's Sliced Bacon, per pound 35c Florida Cane Syrup in bulk, per t J

Legend. I Limited ? t".+ to a dozen important terminals. At these they connect Oat Meal in bulk per pound ____5c gallon ___________________60c J
At Pains*..ick churchyard a pretty I is fastest Nand 4 promptly for all the surrounding country. Chicago, Best Cream Cheese, per pound __20c Florida Cane Syrup, in galloncans J

spot between Stroud and Gloucester. finest train -' \ St. Louis, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Louisville Salt Mackerel, each ____________lOc ___________-_________55c | 1
England there are ninety-nine yew to the Northwest, } ; Fresh Country Eggs, per dozen __30c Prunes, per pound ISc., 2 Ibs. for 25c l| !
taO Nashville
hundredth dies Atlanta, Montgomery, Knoxville, ,
trees. She; always and the ?
only through > Rumford Baking Pow- Best Apple Cider Vinegar, per bot. 15c I
5-pound can
though it has been planted many"when times.A the. st rv ice out of Jacksonv illein yu4 Evansville and Grand Rapids are der _______________________$lJ5 Sweet Corn, per can ____________9c I J
local that
hundredth story; lives says after it has been the for noon. .V first-
planted tbe world will end." train fur fiisi-i lass travel. NC j\ trains dire t item Jackson\ille. Tomato Catsup, per bet, lOc and 20c Best Irish Potatoes, per peck___25c I

Dixie Fiver it the vea--round Jacksonville Pumpkin, 3-pound can, each ____lOc Best Sweet Potatoes, per peck ___30c *
Slitting a Pen. to Cliu-aco train. leaves the i\ own Atlantic Limited Apples, 3-pound cans, each ______lOc Selected Yellow skin Onions, lb4c i

Tbe center slit in a pen Is cut by a formerpular train runs l.iUy byw, vof Atlanta 3 cans ICo. 1 Van Camp Pork and Barrington Hall Coffee, lb. cans __38c .
machine which teems almost to think Chicago early! the se.-ocd moruing.Mo % aid i Knoxville to Cincmna.i. Louisville, Beans _____________________25c White House Coffee, lb. cans ___37c I
It consists of two chisels which barely -*com<*ty Route Express!- the <'lev eland,Indianapolis and intermediate 2 cans No. 2 VanCamp Pork and Maxwell House Coffee, lb. cans __38c *

pass each other when tbe slit is made. night train from Jacksonv idle for JLouis. ore points. Solid! thrmgh st 1 train out of Beans _________________________25c Crisco, per can, 24c., 48c, and__90c i
and tbe exact way in which the pen Is ... :' _______ 6 bars Octogon Soap 25c \
TLroui.li dming-cur
e. +- "sse sleeper scrv JacI sonvtiueatFl5p.m.daily'arrivSame 3 cans Van Camp Hominy 25c ------------
poised so as to tbe chisels in the
i ("mcinnaliandLouuvilieearly Sterilized Wheat Bran, 6 pkgs Washing Powder ________25c<<
proper poMtlou for cutting is one of L & II. Service Points6titfilE. E ing per
tbe marvels of peutnaklng. next evening-one night out.
-- -- Time card, and inrwrmal regarding schedules furnished on apii'i Electric lighted coachesdraw-
Shifting the Blame. calicn. T.-II!l u when y.'U plan to start on jour trp where you want to F ngroom and observation We have put on a free delivery service ,[ 1
-Have you anything to say before 1 go. andwirit loute jou prefer, We will workout the schedules for jou. i sleepers.Dining can serve

pass"Yes.t-entem-eS"your honor.* 1 would Reservations cheerfully made. Write,wire or 'phone us. When you get to tit 3 meal5.including supper and all purchases made of us will have k 1
your will that tickets ready for and assist in leaving Jacksonville
Jark>on\ille *e see your are you you
attention tu the fact that the fool lawyer i
checking baggage,etc. Owe of our representatives U at all our departing trains. Daylight attention. Telephone or
who defended
me was assigned to through George our prompt
the case by yourself."-Philadelphia Help in planning trips gladly given. If you are undecided as to routes drop ua a line r
Ledger. Perhaps we can make a suggestion that will interest you and help to a decision. We want Kentuckv an while down town call in and leave your |
to serve you in all travel matters Give us the chance and see how quickly we will respond.

"He's his own A Suggestion.worst enemy." H. C. I CRETNEY Florid Passenger Agent, Louisville & Nashville Riilroad orders for groceries.

"Then he ought to apologize to himself 134 West Bay Street (Bell 'Phone 167)),Jacksonville Honda ,;a
and start all over again.-Detlvlt !
Direct and diverse routes to the California Expositions. Write for details. '
Free .n>
:i. a"y A:I nT fb t CASH GROCERY CO. i
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It'tbuu art terrible to many then beware s R. ,
of many.-Ausonlos. Uifri'-. J ..'.0 r_ 1 *
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LOVE [ The voice was IXMIX -rntying In tieing him up for life as a married
|: Lucille slowly recalled an old Span-II j
Its bitterness its scorn l.millp turned, Mr. Dann is and
i man. en-
(Continued from page 4) |,I Ish dance she bad learned years before. [
I startled: then Involuntarily her hands
one she had danced in gineering one of the largest auction
lIngo Loubeque stepped within. Immaculate -:I private theatri-j reached out toward the man who was
in his evening clothes and cals. The cabaret dancer whispered, land sales that will be held here this
standing, tense a horrified expressionof )
bowed gravely his eyes taking her in !i to a young man in the corner who season. The drawing card for this
disgust and unbelief
upon his coun
from head to toe. frank admiration 1: took his guitar from Its case and tenance. auction sale will be a public wedding

glowing in them. 1 i thrummed lightly until Lucille nodded "Dick!; she quaiered. which will take place on the groundsthe
"You will dine with me?" His man- I i "You'll do." the girl said five minutes
of the
sale 24.
Lieutenant Gibson moved away as morning February
ner was courteous as ever yet there later then with a tinge of envy in
I her slender figure swayed! toward him. Every lady in Orlando is invited to
was a than;:e. Something already was her voice_ and eyes "dead sure youair
Her hands were upon[ his wrists Ue come out ot this sale, witness ehe
lost between them home of the strands I t after me Job rI
looked at them a !"f>("lmtl l m'i slowly and receive souvenir
which bound them together slackened. I Lucille pressed the money upon her a spoon.
to be together detached them and hinted iv. leaving The couple for the has been
dropped| apart never put I warmly assuring her over and over wedding
the leaving i V> md the
great room
again. again that such was not her intention. secured. The identity of the parties
Lucille merely nodded. Her heart I' "All right then. You're due in half woman who bad dared everjthing: for has not been disclosed.CONCERNING .

was growing larger and larger and an hour. Ill fix it with the manager him.And '
ale found herself frightened. She rested and put the orchestra leader wise to Lucille the radiant fare of a
her hand his sleeve and allowed moment before gone into a mask a II WOMEN
upon the game. The dress ain't quite the
him to escort her to the Dining stuff fer"Lucille frigid icy mask, watched him as. without .1.
room. turning be left her alone to fight Philadelphia has two women mill-
nodded gayly. Hurriedlyshe
In the dining room she gave herself scribbled MUTILATED
a note to Loubeque. reassuring
over to a mood effervescent as the ers.Female
I him as to her delay and beg I school teachers in Califor-
champagne that bubbled In the f
I grog him to wait a short time until aba: \nia are paid an average salary of
before her. Loubeque had not proven
came. Then she darted to her tiuit. $744.91 a year.
adamant against the frank admiration
fairly tearing her gown from tier in
Miss Anna Hamm has been pro-
which went the length of the room at
her haste. She did not know a hat
the appearance of Lucille. motel to sergeant of the Los Angeles
odd whimsy had induced her to purchase
Sbe was playing a part she bad never s police force.
the little coquettish Huff dreamed of playing until she caught -R Since receiving municipal suffrageover
dancing that fitted the she
gown part
sight of her beautiful reflection mirrored -
I intended 28,000 African women have registered
back at her from the long glass InI playing M perfectly.A
her I bit breatliios she returned to the in Johannesburg.
apartment. And a great shame
was upon her. even as her growing I cabaret. The girl gave her a shove New York city has 6.540 young tel- .
self disgust divided itself between 'I j forward and she found herself standing ephone operators who answer over
shame at seeing the great Loubeque '! in the big room heard. as from 2,000,000 calls daily. C" -

falling into the net she was deftly ;[ a long way off, the stringed orchestra C Women in Norway are now repre-
weaving for him. She watched him !1 brilliantly playing "1.:1 raloma. the
sented in
profession except
narrowly marking: the constantly I j "G'wan! Beat It!" It was the voice every
and .
growing boldness of his frank admiration j of the cabaret dancer. priesthood army.Unemployment

I Lucille knew then that she must go caused by the war
A rather pretty girl whirled into the 1 j through with what she had started. increases among women in London at
renter of the big dining room and with- I Taking a long breath her body swayed i i the rate of 1,000 a week.
out waiting for the faint murmur of I| to the strains. Slowly gracefully she Gov. Oswald West of Oregon has
applause that greeted her appearanceto glided into the room her face part appointed Miss Katherine Clark of
subside. began to dance. Lucille noticed I I tially concealed by the mantilla. A Glendale to be state senator to fill a
that Loubeque had so far given gasp of surprise followed her appearance -
vacancy. Miss Clark is cousin of the
himself over to the spirit of reverie men and women leaned forward
that his dishes went untouched as he I I forgetful of their dinner lured by her governor and runs a railroad hotel.
The general rules that the
watched the indifferent dancing. Inspiration infectious grace and charm. But she attorney
; came to Lucille. She saw I had eyes for but one man. the Inter- governor has no authority to make a
the weak spot in Hugo Loubeque'swell I .
national spy. Who a surprised )puzzled vacancy appointment.Mrs.
nigh perfect armor thought she I expression on his face, leaned William J. Bryan has taken a
paw a method of reaching it. Quietly I far forward In his chair, watching this r class in the Young Women's Chris- AN ADDED JOY
she excused herself and left the room. who deuced .., .
woman so wonderfully. tian Association and there
goes every
Once at the end of the her
room r
I Then suddt'nl.tllp. music changed She is said be
afternoon. to
manner changed. she ,
Swiftly turned
To the letters
I Lucille tlaMicd a glance at Loubeque.icd you receive -
taking the direction she had seen the the first cabinet woman to interest
from that moment danced to him
dancer leave and coming into a small I and him alone It was perfectly obI "My God!" said Lieutenant Gibson. herself in the work to the extent of if they are writtenon
rcomhere the entertainers sat. Sheapl'roa.hed class. She has taken
I vlou to every one In the room. The the battle for him. touched taking a
the girl drawing her to Ioubeque stationery that is of
one side."If spy sank back in bin chair a bit em her shoulder sympathetically."Poor great interest in anything that affects

I pay you \\"ell.tihe- whisperedeagprly. barrassi-d but quite aglow with de- thild. Lucille:" be murmured."It young women, especially those who fine quality and correct

"would you let me dance in light. The music was growing slower. was iibson. After all you might are wage earners.
your place the nest tim- pay you- slower and. with a trickling! laugh ot have believed of him. to have him shape.
pay you $iM iiooy : girl regarded her suspiriu..ly her mantilla and bowed mockingly to "Dick is a man." she smiled sadly. '! DoctorsBiickiiiastcr r HIGHLAND LINEN

-Five hundred dollars. Wonderment the archspy.For "Man is full of suspicion. But when ;
glinted. iu tlie eyes:: upon her. "What just a second his splendid south a woman loves she does not ask tor & fills every requirementof
do you want-to get chance at caba- gaped, then with eyes tha shot references" I j jContinard BnindiigcOSTEOPATHS ( the most exacting
ret work?" strange fires at her his palms crackled <(< in S ndar'a Sentinel) !
"No-no. I can dance but I merely vigorously together abe! led off the customer because it is"CRANE"
wish to do it once. There is a reasonI whirlwind of applause that set the-
COUPLE SECURED FOR AUCTION Personal instruction under Dr. Stillat
cannot explain now. But it means glasses and cutlery dancing. The or- 1 quality.
everything to me. Please please"- cbe-strnllpader waved his baton toward WEDDING Kirksville, Mo. J TT

Tears glistened in eyes filled to overflowing Lor Hie for an encore and from her i Hours, 9 to 12; 1 to 5; Evenings by ll Jill lNJ.lb W. S. Branch
with such honest chair opposite Lonbeque. into which
pleading that
Carl Dann, the lot man, is again appointment.
the girl quickly nodded. she had sunk, she half rose to "e-
"Let's see your work." she demanded. spond with a bow. before the public. This time Dann 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples 1TillllIJ.llj: : THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE
"What line miss?" "My trod:' plans on getting some one in bad by National Bank. Phone 578.

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U Special Display of New a a

0 Spring Merchandise


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WASH GOODS DEPARTMENT Style Show of Millinery 8 .

If you have a Wash Goods need, now is the time to fill it.
We are splendidly equipped to supply jour every wash goods Unrivalled in Florida and in the South. Here is a wonderland -
of beautiful Millinery; hundreds of new and becoming
need, with new spring ;jgoods. Broad assortments and exceptionally -
Hats, full of individuality and distinctiveness. Distinctiveand
pricing.WHITE wonderful in their beauty and for their faithful interpretation -

+ COTTON VOILE, a sheer fine quality, 40 in- of the Parisian models. These beauties are the creation .

__ches wide, specially priced at _______________________25c of well-known eastern Milliners, and embody value, va-
riety, beauty and correctness of style not obtainable elsewhere
SILK ORGANDIES, very fine and sheer, beautifulDolly at low cost. Double the Big Store's price would, feel,
so a we
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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, O"O
sheer floral designs, dainty colorings, 36 inches wide50c and lend a youthful charm. Black and all the new shades are
, AVILON LEND: a dainty printed fabric, very fine and
', lxl sheer, beautiful designs, 36 inches wide ____________40c :

4 B ELM. VOILES,handsome conventional designs,the O"LQJ"
kind our grandmothers use to wear, 36 inches wide35c BOYS' DEPARTMENT :

PRINTED VOILES, dainty colorings, in floral and
!O quard patterns, 36 inches wide ____________Jac-0
..... Mother's Friend. Here she may buy her boy a suit with a
CREPE PLISSE, in small neat designs, floral, stripes.
Qt and figures, light and dark colors, 32 inches wide ____25c: sure guarantee of stylishness and serviceability, and at the ,
same time practice economy. The new Spring Suits are natty
CREPES, beautiful line in large floral and small neat and desirable, and very low priced.
patterns, dainty colorings, 32 inches wide __________19c
We have the Famous line of SPRAGUE MADE WASH :
HINDOO CLOTH,the most beautiful silk finish transparent SUITS AND ROMPERS.: You may select from these late O
fabric we have ever shown, plain white, 45 models, Oliver Twistlid: }, Balkan and Tommy Tucker, in all
( inches wide ___________________________________$1.00 the best and newest varieties of materials. '

V PIQUE in plain white, very popular this season, large
and small welts, and a splendid quality at ___________25c: I

PERSIAN LAWN, a beautiful wash fabric, full 43: in-.. OUR BEAUTIFUL GARMENT SOLONS
ches wide, plain white ______ ____ ____ __________2oc::
DOTTED SWISS, small neat dots, in plain white, very
4 transparent, 30 inches wide_______________________35c revealing 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 short
in white with small neat embroidered de-
E1 signs,, 36 inches, wide __________________________$1.?_,_) waists and widely flared skirts, in Gabardines, Poplins, Serges >
and Mixtures. P1
PRINTED MULLS, dainty designs and colorings, light The dresses are perfect little dreams of beauty, as fresh
and dark colors, 29 inches wide _________________12'/c and charming as spring itself, featuring the popular shades
of Sand, Putty, Belgium Blue and other new shades. =

Just arrived, our Spring and Summer Lines of Straw and "*' iQ''
Panama Hats, in all the newest styles and braids, also our. "
Spring line of Neckkwear, one of the nobbiest lines ever dis- Onyx
played in the city at 50c. Look over our Men's Department. '0
It is complete both for young men, and men that stay young.

Let us show you.

the popular

OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT Hose. We are showinga
complete line in black,

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

o that's good in White Canvas, Buck, Patent and Kid Pumps and the best pure thread

Slippers, in the new strap effects. silk made at $1.00, $1.50 r
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Come in and inspect our stock. We have the style you and $2.00. !
want, in the size you need. Our prices are right.
t New Ncw 1j
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Special on Monday night with every paid admission. A dish of Hand's REX-N. W. DRAMA-2 Reels-Pauline Busch, Wm. Dowlin Ci

Pure Ice Cream will be given absolutely Free. "



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

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(Continued from page 7)will )

be interested to learn that Miss
JJANKYOUR MONEY Pauline Cliff is soon to wed Dr. P. P.

illans, of this city, and all questionsas
to his building a bungalow in the

PAY BY CHECK eastern part of the city will be satisfied -

The exact date has not been

given out, but the wedding will be avery

quiet one, taking place at the :':;:" :iI :':\..,
home of the bride's mother. Their i

many friends extend congratulationsand
best wishes.


Cupid's Darts "- .

Friends of Mr. Marcus Floyd, the .

asistant teller at the State Bank, are .- .
awaiting his return from
T *> a trip to ,
DON'T send money through the mails. If Georgia with great interest. It is rumored -

the letter is lost, the contents are lost and cash that he will not return alone .
Cupid's darts are flying thick and I
seldom finds its way back. I
fast in Orlando. You are invited to examine the exhibition -
Think of SAFETY FIRST. -

Mrs. Tabraham, one of Altamonte of $23,000.00 in ancient and
Buy a Bank Draft. If the draft is lost we issue attractive
Springs' winter residents,
another,you don't lose a cent. Cost is little, spent yesterday shopping in the city modern coins and currency dated from
-the certain.
You security can buy a bank draft here at the and greeting friends. 550 3. C. to 1915 and including the :$10-

State Bank any business day. WILL TICKLE THE SOIL
OOO.OO bill, which are displayed in our

The State Bank of Orlando Mr. A. Wichtendahl, who has been = director's room back of our vaults,
the affable and suave bookkeeper for

the Orlando Foundry and Machine

Works in this city for the past sevenor .
eight years, has tendered his resignation --

which took effect last night.
Mr. Wichtendahl is the clerk of the tA

criminal court of record, and while j i

not attending to court matters will .... :.
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put in all of his spare time at his -

place near Gotha.. which bv. the way. '" :>' '
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is one of the prettiest in Orange : : j: ,

LOCAL AND PERSONAL I Mr. Baylor Hickman arrived in Orlando county, tickling the soil. i

yesterday afternoon on the Our friend, "Wich," says he just
i likes that kind of work, it is so conducive ..
A great relay race at the Fair I Tampa Special to join his wife, to refreshing sleep, after your ;
Grounds on Washington's Birthday. !daughter and son, who arrived in Or- II day's work is done. &h [ )
2-19-3tc lando the first of the week from 0' ill) !)
Louisville, Ky. _-. \; .. [iX ..s.- .
Mr. Jas. H. Sadler, of Oakland, rep 1 I
resented West Orange in Orlando yes- Mr. and Mrs. L. Shiver and daughters ,

terday. I,i Misses Ruby and Ethel, arrived :. .: .. ,. .
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Theathletic events at the Washington ... 'u : ..
I Monday afternoon from Orlando, ...
Birthday celebration at the -
Messrs. E. A. Douglass and A. E. coming over in their car. The young I
I fair grounds tomorrow, beginning at
Yowell, of Sanford, transacted busi- 'I ladies left Tuesday morning, return-
2 p. m., promise to be of more than "
ness in Orlando yesterday. ing to Orlando, where they are stu- o _
ordinary interest. In addittion td*
dents at Cathedral school.-News and 1-
several local teams in the tug of war
Tourists registering at the San Star Cocoa.
and relay races, particularly fast
Juan yesterday include J. C. Day, I
teams from Tampa and Winter Garden \
Newark, N. J., and H. W. Haydeck, CANDIES'
are expected, while Rollins Col-
St. Louis, Mo.
Two Handsome lege will undoubtedly be strongly rep-
resnted. The Boy Scouts have en- 1
Expert casing repairs at about half
tered two teams for a one-half mile
the vulcanizing cost. New process of Lake Front I
relay race. and Shaws
repairing. I. W. Phillips & Sons. Page
The $200 in cash prizes to be given -
Grove and Home will prove an incentive for all to do .
Mr. J. C. Chase, one of the firm of
their; best.
' Chase & Company, Jacksonville,
spent yesterday in Orlando looking PropertiesOne
after business affairs. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Try a Box ofBoston's A

Mr. and :Mrs. Geo. C. Lautenschlager FURNISHED ROOMS to rent; four
blocks from postoffice; some suit-
returned yesterday afternoon of them is the pret- able for light housekeeping; reason-
from a visit to points in South Flor- able rates. 7 West Robinson avenue
tiest lake Finest
front location in
city. 2-21-lt*
ida, including Haines City.
the State of Florida, with ,
WE REQUIRE a responsible businessman
Included in yesterday's arrivals in large acreage and a most in each locality to representus.

Orlando from Jeffersonville, N. Y., modern dwelling.The The Dewey Drainage Excavating
are Mr. and :Mrs. C. E. Sparks, who t"ompany.oodward building, Washington -
other has a fine D. C.
are located on North Main street for 2-21-3t.1 1
the next two months. grove, with modern improvements -
and worthy of BABIES CONTEST:

Messrs. Jack Kerrigan and C. II. any further improvements I

Hooker, of New Haven, Conn., ar- desired. Gladys R. Berga was the highest Pharmacy

t rived in Orlando yesterday and expect girl in the recent Better Babies con-
to remain several days. Theyare These are high priced test.: She obtained 921-2 ,points and .

registered at the San Juan. properties, but they are the blue ribbon. She was also the

both big bargains. highest in Orange county. This lovely 1-
Mr. Herbert Wichtendahl arrived baby is the daughter of Mr. and

from Tampa last night where he has .... Mrs. N. L. Berga, at Fain-ilia. - --- ----- ----- -- .

been making his home for several a

years, and in the future will be found Expert casing repairs at about half I II r. -

with !his firfist loveOrlando.Mrs. SlDoheiSon I the vulcanizing cost. New process of .
I repairing. I. W. Phillips & Sons.

: Mather Smith will sirtg at the FriendsJ opinions .
Presbyterian church this morning. REAL ESTATE Mr. and Mrs. J. Mitchell Quincy,

friends of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Butler,
This evening there will be a popular
STREET arrived last night from Jacksonville,
service at which several of the Y. M.
C. A. men of Rollins College will I Second Floor to visit them at their home, 12 Gore 1 ; _

speak. avenue. r .. '"

Convincing proof of efficiency in our :; rrFr: :'
.. .. Mr. O. P. Newton is rejoicing over -- ..... . .>

the arrival of his wife and son who Banking service is the fact that a large I \ :': '. ,
reached the city Friday evening. Xh :: ".
Artistic Souvenirs son has just passed through a siegeof .
part of our new business arises from the :; . '
typhoid fever and is here to build .: "

himself up in strength so that he can recommendation of '. i!
present patrons. f t tI
r, /
again assume the active duties of his
;, of
position in a large factory in Providence -1 ,", .,-
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Sterling Silver R. I. .
Spoons Forks Hand -
Frequently new patrons tell us that they ._ I

Painted China, Crumb Trays and many Expert casing repairs at about half T".J_ _
are establishing relations with this Bank
the vulcanizing cost. New process of I _
other useful and beautiful articles typi- repairing. I. W. Phillips & Sons. '
because we have so satisfactorily 'served

cal of Florida and Orlando that will provea Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sterns, of Wa-

ter Valley, N. Y., are added to the list their friends. ; f feA'kr

source of great delight to your friends of visitors from the Empire State _

reaching Orlando jesterday. They !
"back North." We also carry a completeline have visited Orlando before but last f
A consultation: with one of our officers -
season they spent several months on
of up-to-date Jewelry. Our Repair the Pacific Slope but think this part

of the world preferable to any other will convince you of the superior service -

Department is in charge of most compe- for climate, and are here for the remainder -
of the reason.
tent workmen. wa cfTer.

i Mr. J. F. Hrr-is, oref the good II

and substantial farmers of Pine Castle Ut

was ansciig the visitors in Orlando

T. H. EVANS everything yesterday.in his section Mr. Harris as being reports in OflaildO n ill an

I a thrifty condition, and especially the

sweet potato industry. He makes a

JEWELER) specialty of growing in open field for or n Conservative
shipment plants of the celebrated

jiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiftiiifu; Nancy Hall and Porto Rico varieties.


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