Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00491
 Material Information
Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: February 23, 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: VID00491
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
lccn - sn 96027193
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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I 4 Cruisers, 6 Torpedo Boats, 23 SUNDAYWAS MINISTER

Submarines, 3 Gunboats, OUTING 'I -

and 18 Coast Vesselson Carranza Will Make Objectionto WALKER'S HOME BURNED SENATE NAVAL COMMITI



CALAIS BOMBARDED Authority CELEBRATED WASHING Building Formerly Used as Seminary

Paris, Feb. 22. The night official ACADEMYSONOFMR.ANW1P.YOWEII: TON'S BIRTHDAY and
an Old Land
| Statements : I ONE MIlLION FOR AVIATIONHouse
says Washington Feb. .-The failureof Mark, Destroyed by
"A Zeppelin bombarded Calais this ,

_morning, launched ten projectiles ,;| Carranza to reply to SecretaryBryan.s ADDRESSES FRO? EACH STATEWas Incendiary

killing five persons among the civil i, inquiries and protests relat- Appropriation $300,000for

population and causing a property ing to the arrest by Carranza's mili- "Woburn N. H. Feb. 22, 1915.
Loss Felt Severely at Col- Aviation Corps Is In-
Event and
"The Sentinel Orlando, Fla.
linage. chiefs of about
tary 200 priests in

"Our batteries destroyed heavy ar- I I lege Where He Was Very the federal district has caused the Much Credit Is Due to "The famous landmark, the Girls' creased Over Three

Seminary was burned by a fire bug Times
tflery pieces near Lombartzyde.f Popular-Funeral
i i I state department today to send additional Officers of theAssociation today. The owner is Dr. Walker, of
"Between Lys and Aisne our artillery I

directed highly efficacious upon II j, Today inquiry on the subject to the Orlando Florida. I Washington, Feb. 22.-The senate

an assemblage of troops and convoys The entire shocked Brazilian minister at Mexico City 'International News Service." I naval committee today decided to enlarge -
!I community was I The New England Association celebrated The above telegram was receivedat
of them.
disposing who represents the United States the
|, Sunday when the news came from submarine defense of the
"The enemy bombarded Rheims vio- '' there. I Washington's birthday yesterday the Sentinel office early last eening -

etntly during the night of February Atlanta that Richard Yowell oldest The by holding a picnic at Russell's r and a systematic search was at nation.
inquiry of the Brazilian minis- I
of Mr.
son and Mrs. N. P. of
-22. and during the day of the 22nd. Yowell ter is expected to be met with objection Point, on Lake Ivanhoe, instead of once begun to locate Dr. Walker. Calling up the army appropriation
Orlando,had passed at 1 o'clock. I
|"At the front from Eouain to Beau- away as Carranza has announced that President C. P. Dow's camp on Lake After more than an hour's inquiry, bill Senator Chamberlain declared in
Only a few hours before his death j i i i Conway. It was stated by Mr. Dow the Sentinel went to the home of Dr.
hrs we realized further he doesn't wish favor of moderate of
progress any foreign or confi- a army from
news had been received which indi- |>I
at the last minute the automobile A. T. Walker 706 East Jackson
..rried line of trenches and two
one two cated that he had a chance to recover. dential and diplomatic agents to deal i|: drivers raised the price from 50 cents street, who with his wife spend their 85.000 to 125,000 men, and said that
floods, completely repulsed especially The countless friends and the with any other authority than him- |I' further reorganization of the
taking many for the round trip to $1 and accordingly winters in Orlando and their sum- i j i any
violent counter attacks self.
many prisoners. and inflicting heavylosses relatives were not prepared for the I!:;. the change in prgoram was mers in Woburn, Mass j j army must go over to the next con-

[ the sad message announcing the demiseof made necessary to curtail expenses.It The doctor informed us that he gress. a
to enemy. a beloved man who had TWO PECKSFUL OF SPOONS I The naval committee increased' the 1
"In Argonnes our artillery and infantry young was a genuine picnic and nearly was just in receipt of a message say- 'j I
been born and raised in Orlando and I number of submarines of the sea-
200 attended. Mayor Sperry deliv- ing that his home which was on a 1
| obtained Aux advantage 'especiallyear ,and Marie (! who had endeared himself to all Two peck measures filled with silver ered an address. Each state was rep- large estate and which at one time j Charges -
Fontaine whom he had met. Death was due to spoons in the window of T. II. I house to five and the cost exclusive
resented short j
by talks the follow- used
Therese as well as in Bois Bo- by was as a seminary was de- j
& Co.'s
jewelry store
'j of and will be
pneumonia.The I armament
I armor ,
| lante. Between the Argonnes and the much interest ing: Mrs. Moulton Maine; Mr. Pat- stroyed by fire Saturday night. The
yesterday. These
lleuse during the last I young man was stricken with ten, New Hampshire; Mr. Pierce Ver- ,message did not give any of the details j I 1400000. ;"
our progress spoons will be given to every lady I I
pneumonia two weeks ago at the Eleven submarines to cost not to
mont Mrs. Wilmore Conecticut Mr. but that he
; ; was expecting a
lwo in the woods has
days that attends the auction sale of Ame-
exclusive of
Georgia Military Academy at College I exceed $550,000 each
[ and consolidated." Dow Massachusetts and O. P. New- letter from his caretaker which would
been Increased i Park Ga., a short distance from lia avenue lots tomorrow Wednesday I armor and the armament as provided
ton, Rhode, Island. Much credit for give him more of the particulars. |
(Atlanta. He was taken immediately February 24. The sale will be ape the of the is ascribedto I L jby the house are to be increased to 1 1i
success outing
wireless N. I
to Sayville
-erlin, by to St. Joseph's Infirmary whereeverything ''' !: one and under the managementof i sixteen.. .
j G. II. Swasey, and Pres- I |
| secretary,
J, Feb. 22.-Among the items given that medical science could Carl Dann and Wm. Fitzsimmons. ident Dow. METHODIST CHURCH house appropriation of $300- ',

out by the semi-official news bureau j 1' There will be a public wedding and I 1000 9
do was utilized. All efforts failed and Those In attendance for the aviation corps was increased \
tpday is the following: | band concerts. The were: Two very fine audiences greetedMr.
finest residencelots j jI
.. death
i J came Sunday morning. His Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Kinsella, Grand to 1000000. i
"In Paris the newspapers quote the ever offered at auction will at- Ley yesterday at the Methodist
i parents were at his bedside.
Russian minister at Bucharest as i Rapids Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. G. W. church. This the of I
saying j tract a large crowd.A was beginning a 1
that Roumania would not side'with I I I Richard was entering upon his firsti White and Miss Eva L. Young, Pitts- series of evangelistic days which it SANFORD YOUNG MAN ACCIDENTALLY -

i year at G. M. A. A future with bril- burg Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Francis W. SHOT 1 1I
the triple entente with hostiiBulgaria WASHINGTON HATCHETA is announced will continue throughthe I
liant success was what he was work- Topliff. W. Church street Orlando;
at her back. All attemptsto Lenten season culminating with
ing for and in his engineering course C. II. Toombe, Chenevers N. Y.; Mr. I William Woodruff eldest son of
win Bulgaria over to the triple en- welcome caller at the Sentinel and Mrs. Fran Kaden, Boyne City, reception of new members on Palm
at college he displayed that interest I Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Woodruff of Sanford -
tente have failed." office yesterday was our old time Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. William Kemon, Sunday. Incident to this campaignfor .
and devotion to hard work which is and Miss Adele Young, Sanford, Me. was the victim of a painful and j
friend, Senator W. D. Gorsline all ; new members a pledge was distributed -
essential to every determined young an Mrs. C. W. Thompson Hartford, distressing accident Friday afternoon.
Naval Program for of those who
Big round good, clever fellow and citizen. Conn. J. T. Hildreth Brattleboro signatures
man with high ideals and indomitable ; While out hunting the young man I
Madrid Feb. 22.-Parliament sanc- The senator was the recipient from Vt.; Regina L. Dunn Plymouth N. woul denter active co-operation with dropped his shotgun which he was
the construction in the next courage.He H. Leo S. Terrell Seymouth, Conn. the A number j
tioned his niece, Miss Cora Davis of Boston, ; ; pastor. goodly responded -
of the carrying under his arm, and the full 1
was one popular II. M.
Mrs. Pratt Gloversville N. Y.
six years of four cruisers six torpedo Mass. of ; and will form the nucleus
a miniature, fac simile
students that ever matriculated at Mrs. C. E. Johnson, Orlando Fla.; load was discharged into his right 1
boat destroyers 28 submarines three George Washington hatchet of which Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lowell of a much larger number who have
G. M. A., and in the few months he Butters arm below the elbow. The arm was I!
gunboats eighteen coast defense ves- he was justly proud and he naturally :Mass.; Mrs. A. F. Shackley, Boston, signified their willingness to enter
was there he endeared himself to his badly shattered and as symptoms of j
sels, aside from the acquisition of a wanted his friends to see it. Mass.; E. P. Swaidmark T. B. N. II.; the covenant. The subject for

quantity of submarine mines and repairs fellow students and to the faculty. Mr. F. A. Curtis, Guilford Me.; Mrs. Wednesday night's Bible study will blood poisoning have already set in, j

He was a member of the Junior lit- IF. H. Sawdey, Norwich N. Y.; Mr. it is very much feared:, that the limb j
docks and construction worksat POSTPONEMENT OF THE DICK- Mrs. C. P. Dow and three children be "Confession. All those willing to will have to be
cadet in Com- amputated.
Serrol, Cadiz and Cartacena. The erary society a private SON-IVES CO.'s EXHIBITION Misses Carol Elinore and Marian lend their services and those signingthe j

cost will be in the neighborhood of pany B, and played'football on the OF LIVING MODELS Boston llass.Irs.. C. E. Good- pledge are urged to be present for 3 1
reserve football team. win Boston Mass.; C. W. Haley DEATH OF WINTER RESIDENTMr.
$55,000,000. 'I Wolfboro N. H.; W. II. Moore Camden special suggestions and help. .
So great was the respect and esteem N. H. Mrs. E. A. Grafton
Owing to the funeral of the late ; Potts E. R. Loveland a regular win-
held for him that when the remains Vt. Miss Helen New j
Orduna Arrives Safely Mr. Richard Yowell the exhibition of ; Ludlow Haven NEGRO ASSAULTS A WHITE
Conn. Bessie E. Shaw New ter resident died at his residence on 1
London Feb. 22.The Cunarder left College Park for Orlando ; Hampshire -
living models scheduled to take place I I ; Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Thompson WOMANAt : Lakeview avenue Saturday from a

J Orduna arrived safely at Liverpool 11 an escort of twenty picked young today has been postponed until and O. E. and Ella Thompson 'complication of diseases. lie was 66 ;
[ tonight from New York. men from the G. M. A. battalion escorted Maine: Irene Canfield Maine Mr. and
morrow morning at the Grand ; Forrest City yesterday in Sem-
the body to the depot. W. to-I Mrs. Chas. E. Butler Old Orchard years of age. j
tre from 10:30 till inole much excitement
DeLaney Way son of Mr. and Mrs.S. noon. Me.; Mrs. Fannie 'Shackley South county was The body was shipped to his old j

AUCTION SALE SET FOR THIS Y. of his Framington Mass.; Elizabeth V. Holbrook created by a negro who attempted to home in Ash tabula, Ohio Sunday
FRIDAYMr. Way was room- TWO MORE HUPMOBILES SOLD Orlando. Fla.; Mrs. Charles W. assault a white woman succeeding night where interment will take

mate and was heartbroken at his Davis Derry N. H.; Mary J. Conan- only in bruising her face and partially !
chum's death. theill Fall River, Mass. Mrs. W. S. place. The deceased is survived by a
: II. S. :Miller who about a year The enterprising firm of Rush & ; strangling her. A mob of fifty
Bateman I. Nor- wife who at his bedsideat
I Josiah Ferris Jr., son of Mr. and Newport, R. ; Pliney loving was j
ago bought a splendid ten acre grove i Holbrook has sold two Hupps one to cross, 510 Magnolia avenue Orlando; men gathered to avenge the attemptbut the time of his death and a large '
Mrs. Josiah Ferris Sr. of Orlando
of A. Nathan just outside the city to :I Mr. Stinespring of Pine Castle and Henry B. Rowe, New Haven Conn.; the negro escaped and up to a circle of friends who sincerely

the southwest has sold the same to and Roy Starbird son of Mr. and another to Mr. Fleisher, of Sanford.Mr. Ellen M. Rowe New Haven Conn.; late hour last night had not been with Mhs. sym- j
Loveland in her
Mrs. A. C. Starbird of Apopka were C. S. Brewer Hartford Conn.; Mr. pathize
the Burton Bros. Realty company, of I j Holbrook leaves for Jacksonville and Mrs. E. F. Sperry and Mrs. E. J. found. Sheriff Gordon was on the sad bereavement. j
also at G. M. A. and the three
Wilson N. C., who have established I I I' young tonight and will return tomorrow Temple, Orlando Fla.; Mrs. II. L. scene but the act did not occur in this 1
men suffered a great loss when their Pratt Gloversville, N. Y. Mrs. Lucie
headquarters in Orlando and will putthis with another Hupmobile. ; county. r

property on the market at an college mate was taken. They came Stewart, Muncie, Ind.; Mrs. James Brief Bulletins '
Thomson Orlando Fla. Mrs. EmmaJ.
''to Orlando with the remains yester- ;
auction sale Friday of this week. '!' U. S. HOLDS TRUNK NO. 1 Arnold, Briston, Conn.; Mrs. Ade- FISHING AND HUNTINGMr.

The ten acres has been cut into day afternoon accompanying the line L. Jerome New Britain, Conn.; Ticked Off Wire

grief stricken parents assisting in Mr. and Mrs. Clark Chase Bellows
twenty-two large lots with several Trunk No. 1 which .
disappearedfrom J. A. Hollenbeck and familyare
Vt. Mr. Otis P. Newton Prov-
many details. They stated that Richard Falls ; At Late HourDUE
rows of large orange trees on each I',I most beloved that the Orlando Friday afternoon sup- idence, R. I.Irs.. H. F. :Moulton sojourning for a few weeks at

lot, so that each purchaser will havea I' was a man posed to contain counterfeit money Somersville. Mass; Mrs. G. A. 'Vorthley. Winter Home enjoying the fishing

grove of his own. Also the pretty I' entire college mourned his loss and used by alleged wire tappers and DemN.. H.; Mr. and Mrs. J. and hunting. Mr. Hollenbeck and son TO AN ACCIDENT
watched with his E. Baker Mich. Mr. and
concern con- Lansing
home of :Mr. Miller with its wealth of : grave located at DeLand has been ;
now Joseph are right in their element
Mrs. H. and Mrs.
!I i dition during the uncertain days of C. Whitner Mr.
fruit will be sold at auction that day. his illness. turned over to U. S. authorities. It W. H. Chadwick. Revere, Mass.: Mr. when tempting the finny tribe or Washington Feb. 22. The White

There seems to be a demand for I has not been opened yet. and Mrs. W. F. Davis, Derry N. H.; chasing wild game and they have House department and the state 3
Richard Yowell
large lots suitable for suburban Southgate was :Mr. C. W. Davis Derry N. H.; D. J. '
born October 30, 1898 in Orlando, Demoin Burlington, V1.; Mr. and l\lrs. found this pretty region very muchto department reserved their opinions as .

homes and as yet none have been of1 1 and was the oldest son of Mr. and BACK TO INDIANA Geo. A. Wood, W. Lebanon, X. H.; their liking. to the destruction of the American

fered. Burton Brothers who have \Irs. 1. C. Rearv.-in, Angelica X. Y.; steamship Evelyn and her cotton car-
:Mrs. N. P. Yowell :Mr. Yowell beingof
become thoroughly imbued" with the the Yowell-Duckworth DepartmentStore Mrs. M. F. Brand and son and Mr.W. D.and French Mrs. Geo.Iil1er.Lincolnville. Massachusetts Mass-; Mrs. Eva Stewart arrived in Or- go at Borkum on Friday at a point I a

possibilities of Orlando are the first Company. He received his ear- daughter who have been spending the ; ; Mr. and Mrs. William Case lando Sunday evening from Ashland, within the territorial waters of Ger- J

to meet this demand and this sale winter in Orlando, will leave for their Nathan her Mr. and
education in the Orlando public Hartford. Conn.Ir. and Mrs. A. Ky., to visit parents many or the waters over which she

Friday will be watched with interest. ly home in Kokomo IndL, tomorrow. Clifton, N. J.; Adele Young, Mrs. Southgate. Mrs. Stewart has is exercising naval jurisdiction. >
schools and attended high school for
Sanford. Me Beulah McClure, Or-
When of the business ;
several years although he did notgraduate. lando. Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Post, been spending some time with her Three reports are expected before 1
foresight of Burton Brothers decideto WILL BUILD HOME sister Mrs. Drew in Baltimore who will be cleared One
He early developed a liking New Haven Conn.; Mrs. H. R. Pierce the matter up. 1

make Orlando headquarters for for mechanical things and had a Tarrevten, Conn.; Miss Bertha Hos- was operated on in that city at the of these will be from Gerrard, at Ber- ;

their extensive operations it is a decided engineering turn of mind Mr. Asa Waldo, cf| Kalamazoo kins Mrs. Alice. Alderman Hartford Haverhill Johns Hopkins .Institute for appendi- lin; another from Page, at London; t ;
Conn.Irs. N. Della Carbee -
pretty good indication of Orlando'sfuture Mich., is in the city arranging to citis. Mrs. Drew is much im- the I
which caused him to select an engi- N. H.; and many others. very and the third from commander i
growth and development. when he entered G. build a home and will next fall come proved and DID Drew left for that Walter Gherardi United States naval
here with his family for their home. CUP RACE POSTPONED city Saturday night and hopes to return attache to the American embassy at :

STORE WAS CLOSED M.Besides A. his parents he is survivedby San Francisco Feb. 22.-The Van- to Orlando some time this week Berlin. I

The Yowell-Duckworth departmentstore three sisters-Elizabeth, Virginia, TilE WEATHER derbilt cup race was postponed on account with his wife. In the absence of official reports 1 1I I

was closed all day yesterday on and Lydia and one brother Newton of rain today, and it was an- I the disposition among the officers of I i

Florida: Showers Tuesday. Fair nounced that the grand prize wouldbe Ladies' Home Journal for March. the executive department is to believe
acount of the death of Richard Yow- Pendleton Yowell Jr.; three grand- I
Wednesday and cooler in northwest; run next Saturday and the Vanderbilt -J IA beautiful number. You will be the destruction of the vessel was due ito j

elL i (Continued on page 8)) showers in peninsula. I March 6. J pleased with it. Curtis & O'Neal. an accident. i


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ROSSMORE I Although R. II. Baugh, presidentof man Bob" on to his name. According I ted National Guano Fertilizers
INNWindermere the Birmingham baseball club,may to :Mr. Jones, this monicker has stuckto
I!not come to Orlando right at the him ever since and was appropri- 206 So. Orange Ave.
start of training season for his club, ately applied, "for he is a gentleman,
This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric the Birmingham Barons, who are in every respect, in sports, in busi-
lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with scheduled to arrive here at an early ness, in social life, and in friendship,"
Lath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish- date, he has written Secretary Bob concluded Mr. Jones.

ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. Tyson of the club that he will rundown Local golfers had best get out their .. . . . . . . . . . . .iMMIiMMMiliilMllliREAL
I after the things have startedto golf sticks and tackle and shine them
-- ----- humming and stay with the boys up for when the Slagville mogul hits

The Osceola Pocono Manor Inn for a while. town he will be ready to take on a I
Jlr. Baugh is the president of the few of the boys. Even if it is a base- ESTATE
Orlando, Florida Pocono Manor, Pa Baronial outfit and can truly boast ball trip, Bob Tyson, the club secre-
that his club has the best and most tary, who is in town, stated the other
JEI"1J LE y modern ball park south of the major day that "he'll find time to play golf --
leagues. Mr. Baugh presidents for and look the baseball prospects over,
MANAGER the club and has done so for several too." I have been knowing him for
We d sell all classes
buy and kinds of Real Estate.If .
years, and as is the duty of the prexyof lo, these many years, and have never
Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round a ball club he signs all checks and seen him when he wasn't ready to hit you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call
Plan passes. the green for an hour or two of real
European Rooms
Single and en Suite The Baronial chief executive is a and talk your wishes over with us.
A M dyed-in-the-wool fan and is present at golf.Mr.. Tyson asserts that there is one
most every game played in Birmingham. thing that his associates have never The manager of this firm has had years of exper-

He is not a bulldozing presi- been able to get Baugh to do, and
ience dealing in Florida investments having sold
over a
dent, however, and never tries to that is to put on a uniform and work

II Ilii II dominate the club. He pins his faithin out with the boys. Gentry Hillman, million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last
Molesworth as manager and never a Birmingham capitalist and a warm
meddles with Moley's affairs. Of personal friend of Mr. Baugh's, dared two years.
course the pilot goes to him on important him to pull this stunt last year, but
matters, however, and Mr. when Mr. Hillman appeared in uni- I We are well posted on the values of all classes and
Baugh comes forth with the necessary form and started to sweating off a I
advice. Mr. Baugh and his manager few pounds of fat by working out kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all
THE ARCADE HOTELJ. understand each other perfectlyand with the tossers, no Baugh appeared. bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real
work in harmony season in and Hillman called him a quitter, but I

B. MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop. season out. Baugh merely repiled: "That's too I Estate Bargains.
He is a great golf devotee and hasa much like work for me and I caught I
First Class Restaurant Livery and Autosin cup stored away in his home in Bir- up with the manual labor stuff before !;

Building in Connections mingham that is emblematic of the I had reached my majority." ;,'
championship of the Magic City. We have hopes of enticing him into
Orlando, Fl ,. a uniform when he hits this town, !
Some months ago, he started in a
-------------- --- tourney at the country club in Birmingham though," said Mr. Tyson yesterday. WARING REAL L ESTATE COMPANY
and the first thing he knewhe
didn't have an opponent to play
J with. lie had eliminated all the Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST R. WARING, Manager

ORLANDO ROOFINGAND sharks in the city and was crownedthe
king of all the royal and ancientsin I Rooms 1 and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 63111l&tf

Birmingham.When Recently of New York
Orlando's citizenry sees Mr.

SHEET METAL CO. Baugh's pleasant smile and, we mightsay Over Curtis & O'Neals, Orange Ave.24d&wlm. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... . . ...
continual one, it need not won-
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der, for if any one is eligible to a
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos membership in the frternal order of MATINEES
"We Should Worries" it is Bob LUCERNE THEATRE an d NIGHT Feb. 24
and Rubber RoofingsCornices Bauph. He has won three pennantsfor

Birmingham since he has been at $1 Matinee 3 P. M.
Skylights. Heating Ventilating Metal Ceilings the head of the club, owns a pros-
perous business in Birmingham, and
is recognized as one of the powers in
Works: 14 E. Church.St. : ORLANDOdoirtr baseball in the South.
minor league
Mr. Baugh and Judge William:Mar-
maduke Kavanaugh, president of the
Southern League, are warm personal
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friends and have scouted around to- S EM SAT I IO/NAL- DFXAAVTI I C
'V ;you eir the r1ht' gether considerably. r SUCCESS OF THE CENTURY
The Magic City president is part
LYJtJmedicine forhat owner of the Birmingham Arms and

Cycle company, a large sporting
"-' cold? goods and hardware firm in Birmingham -

and his fair dealing in
Weve for if baseball is continued in his business
life. This has caused his business to
N flurish until it is recognized as head-
quarters for the sporting fraternityin

The Birmingham.ball players who have worked I I ) AI
for Mr. Baugh and company have a- I
"vrays found him ready to give a i I
srao square deal and there are few players I
who depart from Birmingham in a
disgruntled frame of mind. There ,I Ii II I
are many in the same league who are i
just: itching to hook up with the Bir- II
mingham roundings.club and its pleasant sur'I

Baugh has been associated with the i
national pastime in Birmingham ever

s- since it was a toddling infant and has I
helped to build the sport up to its ,
high standard in that city. At the
I baseball banquet held in Birminghamin 1

STOP THAT COLD! If you don't you may have pneumonia and the fall when the pennant was pre- I
were on hand. Harry Jones one of I ANP VIVID.
die. This is plain talk but you had better heed our warning. the most notable figures in the pub- II LA ,,
EWhen come to us for medicines for your cold or '
you any lic life of th etown, rose from his R AVA OF N .Y LIFE
thing else wrong with you, we sell you the best preparations
chair and paid a glowing tribute to
science and honesty can compound. REXALL COLD TABLETS. I
Mr. Baugh. He said that he had
MEROh'S PHARMACYREXALL known the club president and for

( STORE) men many to years tack and the was handle ine of of the"Gentle-first 1! PRICES.IA: NIGHT TINEE 2Sc 25c 10 10 .150$1.00 Seats t on sa I Mon. 9:30: at t Fftcs: t

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HIGH SCHOOL NOTES I school), Mrs. George Banschbach, nee

Miss Eula Smith, who for several '
Thp advertised for $1200, : By Arthur Ivey i years was instructor of English in

"Three cheers and a tiger for the I the high school, taught that class sev- H fR1 fR1
if >
witH a reduction of $400.00, rn T -3
& -
Senior German club of Orlando high eral days last week. :; = 3o -i

buyer would build, was boughtby school." Though not expressed in Mr. Dewitt instructed the fourth > S" --.. M.nlw .... iii1I
'E.s S -..... :;
just those words, this seemed to be Monday as Miss Roney was ill. P j 0 33
Mr. Samuel Brice of New O 0 00
the current of opinion among mem- We are happy to see that Miss Roneywas T cnCO c: D CJ) CD -0) 57crq ........

York. We have decided to of- bers of the Classical club as they absent only one day. I : I 3ts r... O) '1 'I 0C11 L......1
started homewards Friday night, The editor-in-chief of the Echo,] : c cr
i CD
fer another one. I after having been feted, fed, and gen- Sidney Philip Newell, has been ab- t! : O tOn CD g0 0 0 O 5.OQ .
erally made much of, by their Ger- sent most of the week :
1 past on account I .. 3d ) ; ;
cncn D .
man friends.A of illness. cr- 3 'Tj
Corner lot, well located. Side-i L -
"Stop for a minute" meeting of Saturday afternoon the seventh o :3 cD 00 """ 8sL
walks, water, lights, gas. North-!I the Echo staff was held Friday, at grade enjoyed another of those pleas- 1 ;:;'. PCD 0 a: '1 0
.which occasion the editor-in-chief advised ant social gatherings for which it is sH s 0 e eS
east. $1000.00. Will take $600if I I d DP O
his associates that the time is noted. Assembling at the home of *
buyer will build within one i:fast approaching when they will have I j their teacher, Miss Ruby Wilkins, the :3 s CD -* cr O- n ri
I;.to buckle on their harness and go''j I members set out for the country in j c year. about the preparing of the commencement search of wild violets. Of*
course COd 0 '< ""S s>> 2 trI: ,...
of the school -I
number magazine.A they found the violets and Miss Wil-

; pleasant surprise awaited the kins offered a box of candy to the .CO... tt 2 -t-a a a. en g. '< t HHO'

high school pupils Thursday morning champion flower picker. Sarah Cox S. rt- CflCD> P'c
when they assembled for chapel exer- received the prize, but happily dividedits crCO 3 : :' ::
cises. On this occasion they were addressed I contents with her companions.After o (D 3 P ::Sg K 0
CARL DANN by Mr. Spain, a gentlemanwho I an entire afternoon spent inNature's < s rc 2 CO ) 0 S tr.J
I = ) gP :
represents the book concern of flower gardens the delighted CD

Ginn & Co.. The talk was brief but I children returned home. O E; r-; s1.. C-! 3CT S ..(' z j .

entertaining.Pins WILL FIGHT UNTIL ALSACE IS o =- Q <;
REAL STATE I pins! also rings! Have we FRENCH S)? c 0 :3 CUR'
:ordered ours? We, that is the senior O 303: "'"
Paris.-Premier Rene Viviani de- "1 ::r'
:pupils, have! On Tuesday Mr. Wal- ft s::: Q.. )
clared anew in the chamber of depu- K """
0 0
ter Murphy, representing the D. L. 3r cn 0)a joI"
COMPANY Auld jewelry company, of Columbus, ties today would that the French the govern-until ; OQO CDS ; .... = --s c: ?::: C t-f
ment prosecute war .. *" -
Ohio, called on the seniors, and be-I toZ 3 CD P cn L.
victory for the allies had been fully >*
fore departing prevailed on them to I,attained. =rC rr .K' :H CD co 0 o

purchase pins from his concern. The "The is determined,"I :2 & D3 < 0 UR
class selected a seal design suitable I! s P ::r' S' Q:3:
the said, about the'' ** tr.J
premier "to bring 3 ft :
EAT FIGSThey for mounting on pin or ring as de- restoration of Belgium and to retake O COO S c... cr .... .

sired by the individual member. At Alsace and Lorraine." c... :El! 3 cn OH =: :37: "0 en
are good for health. the same time the Classical club selected -
your {
We have figs in every way. a design for their society pin. CONTRACTOR I o 3p 3 PO S" JT* III o So -3
Orders for invitations, cards, etc., eo g iv %v !
R. N. SEYMOUR is the man to see i
STUFFED FIGSSELECTED completed the purchases for the day. before letting contract, if you are going : s fP Si ......... .
Miss Barrett, a visitor. from Co- to build and want the best house 3re :3 = :3 O Q_ Pro .
FIGS IN GLASS lumbus, Ohio, spent some time Thursday possible for money invested.P. r ::; -3
O. Box 195. LPhone 478. 2-P
JARS i looking over the different depart 2-18-1moc I E' << ::r b O H P -<
ments of the Orlando schools.A < 3WOQ
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FIGS IN BULKJRESERVED senior parade occurred Thurs- CD CD =-
day morning, when the American his- i -1
FIGS tory class was piloted to the Peoples ;:;: 41:0U:
National bank to inspect the wonderful :r- 0 g- :
of coins which this in-
O '
I exhibition the late : P Q S B
I stituion had on at CO C op'gi
Don't forget we are headquarters -;fair. The pleasure of the occasionwas ,. rt 3 n
f' for Jams, Jellies and Pre-; increased by the fact that by y w O-OQ K 0 P 1
r S 0 _.
't t p ri lC - t1Q
serves. some happy stroke of providence our I 26 WEST PINE STREET U .... lr ... 0
Bill" ..r O (t>
friend "Whispering Spier ar- t: c... c o LI Z
rived at the same time as ourselves.Mr. 5 C n OQs <: cr.

Spier's pointed comments were, PHONE 122 o 'C .... rt' 'rt'ert 0 : -<
CARUTHiRS & GORE :needless to say, much appreciated by -- o P o 3o S!. o r- s CDo F.d
all present. Best Plumbing at Lowest o j CD -P-. '- < J-: -., .. .. -P-f...
I I The Classical club meeting, schedd- -cr. .. ] L ....I
+ ...... =
:uled for Tuesday, was postponed to N CD IIf
Modern PricesWe
Jew Grocery y!I Thursday, on which date the club began .. S.3 Ssr $>> Q.. "" 'I

I the reading of the Greek play, are not in the combine. ,.... cnX H

Phone 200 "Oedipus, the King." A considerable SLAUTER'S latest inventions used p... : w .r=1.. !ft 0 .
read and
portion of the play was enjoyed on all first-class
- at this meeting. .
6 and 8 East Pine St. Owing to the illness of Mrs. J. M. Plumbing Construction!
1 Brady, teacher of the sixth grade (old
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The Sale With a Reason .

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

attract the buyers who are looking for staple goods. I amrnot selling

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

Paramount Feature is to sell the goods as quicklyj.'as;: possible. The sale

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

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


you today.

FN .' Boeircimein,

106 Orange Avenue, Orlando, Fla.



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DAILY; Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Bedford were
!Mr. Tourist (iI -
South Florida SentinelMORNING nmong the arrivals on the Atlantic I Orlando Life In
Coast Line from the North. They are I

AND WEEKLY from Boston Mass., and will visit in Here's Some Real 1h
W. M. GLENN .....................Editor Orlando for the II ParagraphPOLICE
remainder of the sea-
W. C. ESSINGTON .....BusinvM ManacerEntered I
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Estate BargainsFor !
at the poetoffic* at Orlando. Florida THE MIKADO .
Second Clasa Mail Matter. Kirkland and
as George Hoffmanwere -
Thursday and Friday Evenings
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Lucerne TheatreMr. fined $5 each in police court I Sale by Us Exclusively I II 111 ,

Daily 1 Year ........................ '5.00 yesterday for getting drunk and disturbing -
6 Month. ...................... 2.50 I Modern residence -
Daily.Daisy S Month ...................... 1.25 and Mrs. J. E. Stagg and the peace; and John Hansen seven room
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .50Weekly. daughter Miss May, are in Orlandofor and Simeon Wilson were fined $10 I on Lake Minnie for

1 Year ............ '1.00 a visit. They are among the each for fighting. only $3500.

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IS many guests now making their homeat -- -
ADVANCETO Beautiful lot 75x155, dandy
the San Juan.
ADVERTISERS: VISITED SCHOOL i view of Lake& Lucerne. Act-
Superintendent McKinnon visited,
Cpy tot display and all other handMidrcrtiainr ual value $2000 Owner will
;l\Ir. and :Mrs.: Geo. H. Holden and the Lockhart school
must be handra ill at the business yesterday and
office: .f the Sentinel net later than 2 p. m. daughter, Miss Margaret, are in Or- today he will inspect the Zellwood sacrifice for only Si600.
the day before publication. This role applies We Beg Respectfully
lando from Swampcott, Mass., and
to chances for contract advertising: it iInvariable > school. The Lockhart school is Two beautiful homes
and will be strictly adhered to. are registered at the San Juan daring on
:Miss: Alma
taught by Miner of Or-
Lak .Eola. Owner m'ust sell.
Subscriber desiring? The Sentinel disrontinaed their stay in the city. lando and Miss Edith Corton of
should notify the office in writing on Price of either S6oco.
the date of expiration otherwise it will be Apopka. There are 46 pupils in the I only j to Announce
continued at the regular "The Mikado," the treat of the sea-
subscription rates school and the best
of order
until notice to stop is rec..i..ed.TeI..plao.e is main- I Several new California bungalows i
N.mb r ...................... 24 son for Orlando's theatre going peo- tained and the work is excellent. :
ple, is a good, clean, bright and highly ready to move into !
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 191:). entertaining musical comedy. No -oMARRIED : $1800 up to $3000. that Our
one can afford to miss the Mikado. I
It is not true money is the root of S. Souders and Miss Marjorie B. I' i

all eviL Lack of money is the root THE MIKADO tearden, of Kissimmee, were unitedin Cooper & Atha ;

of more evil. Thursday. and Friday Evenings marriage yesterday at the court
Lucerne Theatre house by Rev. Stagg. The witnessesto
o 114 South Orange' Are, Ground Floor
the nuptial event were :Miss Grace
Many an Orlando household gets
Mr. and :Mrs. R. C. Menzies and Phone No. 311
Nelson and :Mr. A. E. Bearden
out of tune just as the pianos that a
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Riddle, of Hickory, brother of the bride.
are banged within them.

o o the N. C.San are, arrived making Juan. in their the headquarters city yesterdayand at I I RED MEN, TAKE'NOTICE I Gr n Siiriu[ nin[.

Watchful hoping is about all thatis I VENEER CORES I II
left for us with regard to Mexico. Econlockhatchee Tribe No. 23, Improved I
:Miss Mildred Foss arrived in Or- :
Indifference is out of the question.A Order of Red Men, will con- j .
lando yesterday afternoon from $1.25
o vene in regular sleep' on the 23rd Sun, of
Worster, Ohio, and will the I ,
:Missouri man has used a penny I Snow Moon, G. S. D., 424. February Per Strand
next month with her friend, Mrs.
pencil for thirty-two years. Strange ,,23, 1915.) When the Adoption degree KPtD i
James :Magruder, on East Anderson
how small things shove some people will be conferred. All good Red FIRE-PLACE I '
into the limelight. street. I Men will be present to assist in the OAK WOOD

. ----p -- I work of the degree. Orlando Wood YardB. I MILLINERY t
Messrs. DeLaney Way, Roy Star- I
Somebody remarks that it is not .
bird, and Joe Ferris, Jr., arrived yes- I W. Kin sley, Proprietor I
to be fashionable to steal umbrellasthe FOR SALE-New Smith Premier 1
terday from College Park, Ga., on the PINE STREET AND R. R. .
coming season. Why not declareit same train which brought the body of I i typewriter, at less than half price. Telephone 344
fashionable to return some of those Address Doctor Roney, Orlando, Fla. 9-30
their friend and college chum, Rich- I I
stolen last season? 2-23-3t b
ard Yowell, who died in Atlanta, Ga., -
--- early Sunday morning. I i
Funny how touchy some people are! I

A fellow came into our office recentlyand THE MIKADO READYTOVYEARNABILIMENTS

said his doctor told him ten years Thursday and Friday Evenings
ago that if he did not stop smokingat Lucerne Theatre

once he would become feeble mind-

ed. And when we asked why he ME.VS OPEN FORUM

didn't stop, he just stalked out and I
Wednesday, 24
February at 730p.
slammed the door.-Fellsmere Tri- m. Do you want to know about
bune. the Boy Scout movement Do you I
want to see an exhibition of what
Scouts are taught to do? Come to MENS'
And now comes this bit of surpris- the meeting in the Chapter House on Lake Eola and Eola Park
ing information: "There is a theory Jefferson street. All men are wel- .
that the small stature of the French- come. This means you. 2-23-2t

man of today is due to the fact that
Napoleon used up the best blood of
France in his wars, leaving the poor- -
WANTED-Good second hand, col-
est and weakest physically to perpet-
apsible canvas boat. Phone 716.
uate the race." The decline of Rome 2-23-2t The time is now ripe for an investment in this par- "ILL TAKE PLACE WEDNESDAY

may have been due to the same cause. '

If this theory proves true what will FOR SALE-2 1-2 horse power enginefor ticular section of the xiity. Property well bought will be
be the result in Europe at the end 2-23-Gt sale. 402 Gore avenue. AND THURSDAY NEXT

of the next two generations? Every- absolutely certain of producing a profit. I have two or
body will be midgets or Lilliputians!
LOST-At picnic of New England

FORESIGHT"Two o Association a cameo brooch. Re- three offerings which I can recommend as sure MONEY-
ward. Return to Mayor Sperry.
millions given by Carnegiefor 2-23-lt FEBRUARY 24th25thPOSTPONMENT.

Peace Palace." A year ago this I MAKERS.Call .

month these werds were printed in FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story
the cottage, seven rooms and bath, and let show
Sentinel. This message was me them to you.
modern conveniences, roomy porches, I
flashed over the world and hailed with excellent condition. W. L. Tilden.

rejoicing. At that time could the future 2-23-tf

have been foretold how insignificant I

would those millions have FOR SALE-A big lot of fresh Geor- :! .

seemed as compared with the terrible gia country raised hog sausages. ;e I
Also a lot of budded pecan trees.
waste of life at the present time and Country raised meat. W. E. Powell,
the tremendous amount of money be- 217 Boone street. 2-23-St I

ing expended in prolonging the dread- I S.Y.WAYInsurance

ful conflict now raging in Europe.o WANTED woman to come to my
make dresses. ]
house to over Sew
by the day; or would give board and i

WAS SERIOUSLY ILL 216.some pay to good hand. Address 2-23-3t Box .i and Real Estate Agent .

The many friends of R. W. :Mc-: I
Swine will regret to hear of his se- OAK WOOD-On the lot cut four : PHONE 172 1111111111111.1.
feet long, in lots to suit; or the
roius illness which occurred suddenly whole lot. Price rightif taken at i

Sunday morning. Early Sunday once. Chas. F. Nason, 700 W. Amelia i On Account of the fun-
morning he was stricken with heart avenue. 2-23-61 l: I

trouble at his mother's home, 411 {! i
eral of the late Mr. RiehI
West street. Last night he was reported WANTED-We wish to obtain the i i -
services of business I
temporary a man
to be much improved. All day
of standing in Orlando. Remunerative. and Yo well the exhibition
Sunday his condition was so serious Address The Dewey Company, .. 'I I ,
that many friends gathered at the Woodward Bldg., Washington, D. C. '
home to assist in any manner possi- 1-23-lt *1'l, l!! !I I of Living Models advertis-

ble, and the skill of several physi- I -- I
cians was required. . i ed to take place this after-

Thursday Lucerne THE and MIKADO Friday Theatre Evenings I'I'I',:: $200 $ 2'25 $250 and so on 'l i until noon tomorrow has been ,postponed Wednes-

USE CARPET- SUNDAY-FOR FIRST TIME I'!:'', up to $500 or $550 day, from 10:30to 12 noon a

The new carpet has been laid in w I
the church and in :
Presbyterian was
use for the first time on Sunday last. I' Any price you want to pay for one of the choice II

It is a dark rich green in color and I I

with a long velvety finish that makes

it seem like a beautiful close trimmed I' THORNTON PARK ;i .:.za--

lawn in June. It was greatly ad- 1
mired by all who attended the ser I

vice.. CARD OF THANKS Lots. Terms easy if desired. Only reasonable re- }. J DICIcSONIYES CO.

strictions. Call at 905 E. Central Avenue, or ask ? C !

To all the kind friends who admin-

istered to my dear husband duringhis your dealer if you care to see these lots.. f: ; ARTMENT

last illness and at the time of his ;, i OlDEr STORE.

death. Also to Orlando Lod e Xo. .... . ...

20, I. O. O. F., who were so kind and ill M ORLA. DO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

deepest appreciation and heartfelt The Stare 0: true service. of neV'er.failing' -

sympathetic, I desire to extend my tesy, of fair dealing, of trust-worthy mer- .

thanks. MRS. E. R. LOVELAND. TAYLOR & THORNTON }:. I ORLANDO chandise- at- right- prices. FLORIDA j.

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Thursday The and MIKADO Friday Evenings ProprietorsTHE !

Lucerne Theatre NlljJI L

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.( @ j nrtrty THEATRE i#i U "GET IT AT ALLEN'S" U

GRANDTODAY Open 2 m. and 6:30
p. p. m.
-Edited By Miss Eliza Wright -

Office telephone No., (79.( \ Residence telephone No. 24 I Admission 5c. and lOc. i

WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDARFeb. one showered congratulations upon 11'1111111111111111111'TOD.rS Z : it
21st-27th. the happy pair. Those who were PROGRAM K r -
present were Mrs. B. S. Kelsey of ; Victor. Florence Lawrence and
Tuesday Boston; :Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E. Butler Matt. Moore in "The Counterfeiters."
All day "Sit Round" Presbyterian |and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Eaton of Old A comedy-drama in two parts.
church parlors. Sterling Comedy. Ford Sterling in"Snookee's
: Orchard Me. Mr. and Mrs. G. C.
; "
Nullos Club; Mrs. Mather Smith of Disguise.
Oakland hostess."Auctioneers I Johnson of Lawrence Mass.; Mrs. A. i
;" Mrs. T. H. Thompson F. Shackley of Boston; Mr. and Mrs. -
I sion followed in which all took
hostess. some
Wm. Kernon Maine; Mr. and Mrs. G.
Sorosis Club. part.
Florida University Glee Club Op- Koeppe, Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Gooden,
era House. Miss Lulu Chance and Miss Lizzie ? 0

Dancing Club.Wednesday Mathews and Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer The Dickson-Ives company are I You can get a reliable time piece at any price you
Sinclair. making elaborate plans for their choose to You will find this
pay. a different kind of
Wednesday Card Club; Mrs. S. II. JESSE L. LASKY a
- opening on Wednesday and Thursday watch store, where watches
AHeman, hostess. J are regarded as staple ar-
Twentieth Century Club; Mrs. T. C. Elaborate Colonial Tea afternoons. Living models will display -I ticles and sold at the close margin of staple goods. Fine
Whitman, hostess. The magnificent Westcott home on PRESENTS the latest spring creations at jewelry at moderate prices.ALLEN .
"Bachelor Girls;" Miss Jean Per- Lucerne Circle was the. scene of an the Grand theatre between the hoursof .. .... .
Meeting of Cathedral Needlework elaborate colonial tea and musicaleon four and six. & CO. iEWELERfc
Guild. Monday afternoon for the benefitof EDITH TALIAFERROIN - ,
Men's Forum Chapter House. local 'charities. The halls and the Mrs. Ethel McMakin will receive ( JB .dnI
Unity Circle. !OL I"iiii) .
drawing room were festooned with (Continued
Weekly dance, Lucerne hotel. on page 8))
Thursday red, white and blue and cherries and --
Rosalind Club afternoon Mrs.Bear-
; hatchets every decoration being sug-
dall, chairman. FOR FINISHING
of birth-
gestive Washington's
"Here and There Club;" Mrs.Jones George R i AND WAINSCOTINGWe
hostess. day. Beautiful carnations and roses
Suffrage League eta; Mrs. Mahlon were used effectively throughout the "YOUNG ROMANCE"A LucerneTODAY have the best stains and varnishes
Gore's home Lucerne Circle. entire house. Little :Miss Eleanor manufactured. Do you doubt it 7Well
era"Mikado House.;" Mendelssohn Club Op- Lewis and Master Richard Woodruff seeing is believing. And the

Friday representing :Martha and George PARAMOUNT PICTURE IN way to see it is to put it on your
"At home;" Miss Mary Guernsey, Washington, held trays to receive the doors. If you don't say it's the best
in honor of Miss Satterthwaite and material you ever used for the ,
offerings for local charity. The pa- money
Miss White."At
home;" Mrs. J. Merle McElroy. tronesses were gowned in lovely colo- FIVE PARTS POSITIVELY THE LAST APPEARANCE i well stand the expense. That's fair.isn't ,

Dinner dance Rossmore Inn. nial costumes some exquisite old \ OF , it? _

"Mikado," Opera Saturday House. time dresses being worn that are "THE SCHULTZES" it i S Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
Belgian relief card party Rosalind heirlooms in some of the families. & ,
Club; Mrs. Davis chairman. Among those who assisted Mrs. (, 205 S. Orange Avenue
Civic League meeting Chapter Westcott in receiving the guests were "SNIP"Doing
House. COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
all sorts of Funny Stunts.
:Mrs. F. F. Davis and Mrs. Tabraham,
Entro Nous Club; Mrs. Rogers,hos- .
tess. of Altamonte Springs; Mrs. Mather I
-oAll Smith, of Oakland; Mrs. Ben Buxton "MOTHER: HULDA"A
Boy Scouts and men interestedin Mrs. F. D. Carr Mrs. Harriet Miller Broncho Special Feature

the Boy Scout movement are to be Mrs. Paul McNeil, Mrs. Geo. Keller, complete in two parts.
the guests of the Men's Open Forumon Mrs. S. G. Dolive Mrs. Lewis Mrs.J. "PERCY THE MILLINER"A I
Wednesday evening; February 24. L. Giles Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles, Mrs.H. Ever hear this before? Let the Delicatessen' Man do it.
All members of the Boy Scouts will L. Beeman Mrs. J. T. Fuller Mrs. Royal Comedy. 1 I Something new Something New I
please meet at 10 Jefferson street W. R. O'Neal, Mrs. Gedge, Mrs. Try ;
ESCAPE"An Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
the deanery at 7:15 p. m., in uni Green Mrs. Cobb Mrs. Woodruff three or more
form. Miss Hart Mrs. Tremaine and Miss Essany Drama Featuring Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
-0-- Fox. The dining room, where tea and 10 Cents 20 Cents Mr. G. M. Anderson COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES
Mrs. Maud Boone Rogers returned cake were served and the punch bowl THIS BIG SHOW FOR THE POTATO

Sunday from a very pleasant visit stood was presided over by these J. R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'S
with relatives in Tampa where she prominent society women. "SAME LITTLE PRICES" 'I
Phone 26 Bakery
enjoyed Gasparilla week, and was the Misses Vida Miller Gage Firn- I I i

recipient of many social affairs. chees and Branch wore dainty colo- First Floor ________5c. and lOc.
lived in the city. After old acquaintances -
-0-- nial costumes and sold old fashioned were renewed and many new White Balcony ____5c and lOc. I-

The solos in The the Mikado Mikado to be pre- bouquets.The following. delightful' programwas one several made hours.dancing was enjoyed for Colored Balcony ____5c. and lOc I II I Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results

sented by the Mendelssohn Club at the given:
Lucerne Thursday and Friday nights Piano solo "Polonaise (McDowell), The Grand orchestra furnished delightful -
are too good to ever be forgotten. Miss Persing. music. Punch and a light

-- Come and hear again (if you were Vocal solo, (a) "Snow," (b) "LoveIs buffet lunch of coffee and dainty cakes
ever so fortunate to have heard a Bubble" Mrs. Mather Smith. .was served. It was ab rilliant social FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL

them before) the well known "Tit- Reading "Helping Rose Belle" (negro affair, many striking gowns being in

Willow" "He's Got 'Em dn the List" dialect), Miss Hibbs. evidence. .
"The Flowers That Bloom in the Vocal solo "I Know a Lovely Gar- - Established 1886

Spring and "The Three Little :Maids den" (D'Hardelot), "Little' Gray Home The Sorosis Club will hold no meeting -

From School. ;in the West," Miss Eudalia White. i today on account of the funeralof

- Reading "Georgia Washington" Richard YowelL
Double Surprise PartyA I (Italian dialect, Carloti), Mrs. Tabra- - CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE

double surprise party was givenon ham.Vocal The members of the Unitarian
Saturday evening at the home of solo, "Love's Old Sweet church will give a reception on
Miss Lizzie Mathews. A party of Song" "In the Dark, in the Dew" Wednesday evening to tourists and LOANS

friends gathered, while Mrs. Sadie (Rogers), :Mrs. Ben Buxton. friends of the congregation. No

Dix, a winter visitor from Maine, and Vocal solo, (a) "Cloud Shadows"I I I meeting of Unity Circle in the after-

Mr. Wilmer Sinclair of Texas, were (Rogers), (b) "Apple noon. REAL ESTATE RENTALS

at the picture show, to bid the former ory), Mrs. F. D. Carr. I I -
good-bye as she was supposed to Miss Branch was the able accom- The Round Table Sunday evening
leave for her northern home in few panist. .
a I I at the Unity Chapel was very inter-
days. Mr. Sinclair was helping in After the completion of the pro- esting and instructive a talk being
the surprise, and when Mrs. Dix had gram the colonial dames selected given on labor conditions among .

recovered from the astonishment of their partners for a Virginia reel .working girls told by one who does
the crowd that had slipped in, with which was an appropriate finale to ;the actual work in large factories to
refreshments and all that go to makea the perfectly appointed Washington's I be able to understand conditions from For Saul .
good time he said he had a little I birthday celebration. the workers' standpoint. A discusOSTEOPATHY-
surprise for the guests-he wished to Quite a large sum was realized to
introduce his wife Mrs. Sinclair. be used for home charity.
House eight rooms. Lot 65x167. Price
The news was a complete surprise to -0--
friends of both parties. Mrs. Dix and Brilliant ReceptionMr.
:Mr. Sinclair had mutual friends in and Mrs. Harold Bourne received -I $4500.00. A bargain.
Orlando and met soon after their arrival last evening at the San Juan
here and wer married some days hotel in the banquet hall in honor of Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
Kirksville Graduate
ago but kept the secret until his sister Mrs. Hickman, Miss Hickman, Mrs. Consultation Free I 0I
arrived who was on her way hereto ,Grasse Mrs. Wm. White and Miss Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan -
visit Mr. Sinclair. The wedding White, all of whom have many HoteL I
certificate was produced and every ,friends in Orlando, having formerly Office Phone Orlando 716; Residence Fla. 1018 I XMtMMM IMIMIIMIMMIMM "HMIMIIIIIMIMtltlli 111111I111."
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IS. 1111 r 111111 n III 111111 II 11111tt . 11'11.111 II I ; 11111 _'11.11 U+H H+O-H I I New Fisk Prices

{ At New Low Prices

Establishing; a New Standard of Tire ValuesSize

Vr have Size Plain Tread Casing Casing Tubes
e an expert repairer at our
30 X 3 ___________$9.00 $ 9.45 $2.35

3 :!i Pine street shop this week with new Z 30 x 3V& ________$11.60 12.20 2.70

33 x 4 __________$19.05 20.00 3.85

process for repairing casings at less than 34 x 4 __________$19.40 20.35 4.00

36 x 41/ ________$27.35: 28.70 5.20

half the usual vulcanizing charge. Take 37 x 5___________$32.30 33.90 6.25

him If you pay more than Fisk Prices you pay for something that does not exist.
j ; your 'ld casings.

We Have a Service Station. All

Adjustments Made Here.

I I. W. Phillips! & Son Orlando Auto Supply Co. J

San Juan Garage Company j jiiiMiiinn
i 26 East Pine St. 210 South Orange Ave d i

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CUT PRICESTO FOR for SALE-Rhode setting; fine stock Island; $1.00 Red for eggs 13. JJumber., LathS and Shingle
SENTINELWANT Mrs. Calder. Phone 708. 2-3-lmoc

Terms to Suit Purchaser v
S Good citrus and truck land, cleared,
: CASH in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots, on
brick road to be built this year, two
miles from Orlando. Phone 1021.I
rings,or white H. G. Jackson, R. F.D.
The Morning Sentinel Want No.2' Orlando, for appointment.
Directory is the Greatest Want 2-14-lmo
65 acres, Sanford and Orlando ORLANDO
I Ad Medium in Orlando.
Brick Road. : FOR SALE-On account of poor
Terms Cash in Advance. health,the undersigned hereby offers
5 Room House, close in. Easy for sale at a bargain, his desirable
Terms. RATES property located at the corner of
For One Day ______________25t<< West street and Ridgewood avenue. Cement
I Lot in Highland Grove. For Three Days ____________SOc This property is central, in a first Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Six Days ______________75e class neighborhood, and convenientto
For One Month ____________$ .50 school, business, lake and park.
2 Lots, Concord Park This rate applies on all ads of Owner will sell all, or part cash or
25 words or less. If the ad con- terms. Property consists of nice new ..
Seminole Park Lots tains more than 25 words the rate bungalow, fronting on Ridgewoodavenue
will be one cent per word for has six rooms and large
Acerage, 3 miles out, easy each additional word, for each in- ceiled basement with flue, suitable for
terms. sertion.If kitchen or laundry; lot 47x85 feet;
you can't bring your ad to house unfurnished. Price $2,100.
We will do business on any of the office telephone No. 24. Accounts Also, nearly new, two-story six- 3lUpyurounneft'nJ

the above. _. ... .. opened by telephone will be room cottage, fronting on West street
payable the following day. with shed and greenery; lot 46x117
feet; house partly furnished. Price .
Every Home-Every Business- $1,950.
Every Man has use for a Also a beautiful connecting corner
ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO., Sentinel Want Ad. lot, 70x85; feet fronting on two

streets, and graded for basement
Watkins Block PHONE 504 building. Price $1.000. For cash anda KINCAID an! SNO1PENOrlando's \ !
FOR SALE quick sale owner would dispose of
all of the above, to one party, for
, -For FineWATCH FOR SALE OR RENT-An eight $4,300. E. N. COY. 2-2-lmoc

room house, furnished, near Lake
CLOCK and Lucerne; one of the best locations; FOR RENT Largest and Cheapest
call and see it; 510 DeLaney street. ,
JEWELRY REPAIRING Also Ford auto and Mathushek piano FOR RENT Furnished room, withor
for sale. T. J. Walker. 2-21-6t without board.
404 East
call on C. VATER whois Church. Apply 2-21-St FURNITURE HOUSE
FOR SALE-70; acres high class virgin :
an at this trade timber land
expert pine ; located two FOR RENT-Small flat, modern; con-
with experience and one-half miles from Winter Parkon veniences, unfurnisLed. Jas. A.
many years paved road. 1500. J. E. Crawford -
office over McElroy Pharmacy. Knox. 11-3-tf Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
at Youngs Repair Shop 2-21-3t
Opp. Post Office; Pine StreetOSTEOPATH FORD TOURING CAR 1914 model to adults only. 409 Delaney street. t
in rfist class condition. Price $350. 10-25-tf
109 Silliman street. 2-21-3tc
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FOR SALE-Best truck farm in Pros- 1
per Colony for sale at a bargain if
; RENT-Two large furnished
sold in 60 Farm consists of 15
rooms, with bath, in private family.
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER acres of as good land as there is in
Furnished for light housekeeping
Orange county; 7 acres in cultivation; not. 205 Ruth street. 2-21-St or :
? Office corner Orange Avenue and all under fence; 6 room house, auto Eventuallv You Will Use
t Church SU Davis & McNeil Bldg., and wagon sheds feed barn stables.
ANTED-To buy or rent second
Phone 419. corn crib and poultry house; crop and
some farming tools go with place.S. hand incubator. See W. E. Powell,
J S. Bowman, Taft, Fla. 217 Boone street. 2-21-lt
Ar-.T'fED-Situation: ; practical nurs-
FOR SALE-Gentle horse Macey ing, or housekeeper. Address X,
, FOR SALE wagon, and buggy. Apply 411 care the Sentinel. 2-21-6t
West street. 2-18-61 ;

WE REQUIRE a responsible businessman GAS
FOR QUICK SALE-Will sacrifice in each locality to representus.
Four Lake Front Lots :
country store doing thousand dollars The Dewey Drainage Excavating
monthly business. Ill health company, Woodward building, Washington -
on Colonial Drive East and owner's reason for selling. Address D. C. 2-21-31
Lock Box 144, Orlando, Fla.
Broadway; 31 bearing orange -17-6t VANTED-A position as dry goods .
trees. S200 Garage. All salesman. Am familiar with all
departments. Best of references fur-
for $3000. FOR SALE-Buick touring car, fully nished. Address S., care Sentinel. FOE tI
equipped; speedometer, Presto tank, 2-20-61
PHONE 567and etc. A bargain. Act quick. Call at
Ford Garage, Church street. 2-12-tf WANTED-Respectable, middleagedwoman !
who desires home to act as
I will show you the best FOR SALE-Five room cottage, all housekeeper. Light work. Address
bargain! Orlando. modem conveniences completely Housekeeper.; ." care Sentinel. Cooking and Heating :
furnished, 307 Broadway avenue. Apply 2-17-6t
to Mrs. McDade, 312 Broadwayavenue. .
1-27-lmo WANTED-Salesman and solicitor
with auto; also two salesmen with- .
FOR SALE-A good city residence, out autos. Inquire Singer Sewing
with all modern conveniences; part Machine Co., 43 East Pine street. Because it is the most convenient most
cash. balance on time. Address 2-16-tfs ,

Owner," care Sentinel office.. and most efficient fuel known.
"DIXIE LIMITED"Between -7-lmoc LOST-35x41-2 automobile tire on cleanly
rim. Finder will please return to
FOR SALE-Five passenger touringcar J. L. Dillard Winter Garden, Fla. I
Gas User?
in A-l condition; cheap for and receive reward. 2-17-tfc Why not begin today as a i

cash, or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor,
905 East Central avenue. Phone 6964tf YOUNG COUPLE want furnished or will time labor and
J cksonrille, Chicago and St. Leuia unfurnished house; good location. You save expense.

Reestablished January 6, 1915 Can give reference. Address P. O.
FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock Box 435. 2-14-tfc i

Northbound Daily Southbound and tools best farm in county; va-

1 9:35 am Lv. Jacksonv'e Ar. 7:30 pm riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- FOR FRESH VEGETABLES and I
5:08pm Ar. Macon Lv.11:45 am to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock strawberries, phone H. C. McDaniel
8:03pm Ar. Atlanta Lv. 8:35 am Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- 708. Parties coming to the gardenfor
12:18 am Ar. Chattan'ga Lv. 4:37 am er. 1-16-tfc vegetables will be given low
4.50 am Ar. Nashville Lv.12.10 am prices. 2-20-lmo I
9:28 am Ar. Evansville Lv. 7:30pm FOR SALE-Story & Clark upright ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT COJ :
6:35 pm Ar. Chicago Lv.11:30 am grand piano won by Miss Myrtle Umbrellas recovered and repaired ..J
2:59 pm Ar. St. Louis Lv2l5 pm Weeks in the recent contest will be I"while' you wait" at Young's Repair
sold for benefit of Baptist church Shop, 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc
Solid Train building fund. Piano may be seen GAS DEPARTMENT i Il
CompartmentObservation at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E.
cars Standard Pullman cars and BUYERS AND SELLERSI
10 street.
Weeks Washington
coaches, between Jacksonville and 1-13-tfc buy, sell rent and exchange real
Chicago. Standard Pullman sleepers estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.
Jacksonville to St. Louis.DINING over 30 years. Have handled over
FOR SALE 20000000. Call and see m. Ii
75 acres suitable for citrus culture 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
CARS and truck farming, bordering on a i
pretty lake and has one-half mile TRACY & MOORE, CARPENTERSHouse

Atlantic Coast Line brick frontage road on, this the frontage Orlando being to Sanford adapted promptly- ; repairing repairs of of all leaky kinds roofs done; Pioneer Paint &Wall

for nice home sites; could be sub- screen doors and windows a specialty; Findley's PaperStore 1

Standard Railroad of the South divided into 40 building plots 60x200 sleeping porches counters, shelving i F For r Sal
feet each, leaving about 60 acres for garages, office fixtures; window and I
citrus fruits and truck farming; five door frames made to order. Get our Has always en hand a large and well selected
J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A. minutes walk to railroad station, prices. 18 East Church street. A of Wall l
stock Papers. High Grade Varnishes Paints .
stores, hotel, school and churches. postal will bring us. 1-11-lmo .. ,
Tampa, Florida. When you consider location and good ...._ Brushes, Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies. t
transportation facilities with other

advantages$1,500. It the is property's owned by a real non-resi-valueis D. K. DavidsonGOLF CONTRACTORS FOR PAINTING AND PAPER ANGING \

dent who needs money. He author- FO" gyra; .orange grove; has been
izes me to sell it for $3,000. Whoever INSTRUCTOR ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU. \
buys this property gets a bar- set out a year; select budded trees, '

gain. For further particulars call on Orlando Country Club orange and grapefruit; there are FINDLEY'S PIONEE
E. C. Young, room 10, McNeill & ,
Davis building corner Church street Telephone No. 249. 111-2 acres in the grove; located on
and Orange avenue. Orlando. PHONE 67 Corner Pin and Court 1
DR. L H. RAMSDELi 1-31-tfe Lake Jem Mary, between Lake Con-
PHONE 646 1I
OPTOMETRIST SELECTED MANATEE COUNTY way and Lake Jennie Jewel 3-4 of a
( .-r to Dr. O. P. Llkt> ) LANDSOn AUTO FOR HIRE
ORLANDO. FLORIDA the Gulf highlands of the fam- mile from Pine Castle road soon to ,;

TOC FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSES ous Sarasota Bay district. South Flor- FIRST CLASS REPAIRING- be bricked; new up to date seven room
dia. Fertile soil, heavy and late ship-
AND DO ALL KINDS OF pers of grapefruit and oranges; heavy BARNARD & SON house; good large barn and other The ::hI.1: SetOF !
OPTICAL REPAIRING and early shippers of winter vegeta-
bles; no killing frosts; healthful cli- 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla. buildings. This proposition is for
I mate; invigorating salt air from the 12-10-ira CLEANLINESS / OF QUALITY .I
Established 1870 gulf; pure water from flowing arte- quick sale on easy terms. Inquire of /

R. E. COCHRAN CO. Inc. sian wells; this proved and tested J. B. Magruder, Jr., office .Arcade; OPPOSITE pos OFFICE j
land, close to transportation, surrounded -'Dr. S. S. Jones FRESH AND SA T MEATS
132 Park Place, New York byprosperous groves and or see the owner 1 i
Wholesale Dealers and Commission farms, we offer at a low price on Kept under the best sani conditions.the .

Merchants in Florida Orangesand small payment down, balance ten I CHIROPRACTOR Everything screened away rom flies, and kept frcoh I
Grapefruit years at 6 per cent. Large acreagenow graduate Davenport College 17 and G. M. BISSELL and pare.
to Immense
pick from. leap in ,
Represented by values will follow. This special offeris 209.Yowell-Duckworth Intelligent people building everywhereare ; phone We invite inspection and rantee satisfaction. We have .

Geo. W. Tull, Orlando, Fla. who not will to speculators, but the ot those land. being restored to health by chiro- at grove l-28-lm everything in the Meat Line.
actually develop
Liberal advances practic adjustments, the scienceof
made on con- Exceptionally fine class of residents new
signments.R. coming in. amination removing free.the cause of disease. Ex- H. M. Self & Co.
Write for full 12-24-1mo
E. Cochran President.T. today information.SARASOTAVENICE

L. Turney, Treasurer. Box 609, Sarasota CO, Fla.. .I., Again we call your attention to the J PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET :

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relations existing between the new'f'

/ OLD RELIABLEDANN'S REBELLION AND I officials. and the American community -j j I Opera ::a:01.t.Se::

"They scarcely ever meet anywhere,
TRANSFERDr. 'and neither seems to care to meet WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24th*
DISORDER INPHILLIPINES the other. There is practically no
government and what little there isis 50
B. D. WIENENGA Prop in the hands of the leaders of the II A Battleship Full of THEY'RE ;

Nationalist party, notably Osmena 8 IN *

Livery, Draying and HaulingWE and"The Palma.governor general seldom Entrancing Mexican MEXICO

comes down to his office. In fact, 1-3 THIS
OUTLOOK IS NOT EXACTLY during ap eriod of five weeks I only Maidens PEDTDIE *
heard of him being in his office two i PLE a.
or three times although during all
WRITER that time the legislature was in ses-
sion." The Laugh of Your Life SEE

Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited JEFF
Even Upper Classes Are
Gold Leaf and Aluminum, on TAKE
HORSES FOR SALE Restless-Friend Writesto
Glass or Wood 'V ERA
Phone 257. Orlando, Florida : I Cloth Signs and Big Bulletinsa I CRUZ

specialtyI II I \\ITII
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New Haven, Conn., Feb. 21.-Reports -
at rebel- have Morgan with me and can I ITS THE TRIED AND TRUE SMOKELESS
of several attempts 1
give prompt service POWDER
lion in the Philippines have been min-
imized by the administration, but a I FUN FROLIC
Montgomery Route ExpressFavorite letter from a prominent man in the GEO. A. BARKER I
islands received here by William 110 West Pine St.OPERA I OF THE CENTURY EVERYTHING
all-the-jear train from Jacksonville to St. Louis. Through
drawing-room sleepers;all mats in dining: car. Two. nights and oos day. Howard Taft paints the outlook in YOU'L NEVER BE DISAPPOINTED IN NEW

Dixie Limited and Flyer South Atlantic Limited darkest colors. The armed forces A GUS HILL SHOW AND UP
Dili Limitrd.fasted and 6oett r r South Atlantic Limited.tk.quick :have indeed so far been able to put
train.....t.tbe Northwe.t;Dixie Flyer G; I and ennvroirat y t. C.a.isasti,. down the insurrectionary attempts, H USE TO TilE
f. *jrrar-rovad service t. - C'lrrrlaod. Indiao.poltsL..t.vne
ca(0.bt.Loaia and other points.Why Detroit and Central!W..ot.c.Detail; which have developed largely from Seats on at :MINUTEBest
Travel by the Land N.? lower classes. The
I the ignorant up-
Seats $1.00. Prices $1.00, Toe., 50c.
Because of fast time. rock ballasted track modern trains unexcelled per classes of Filipinos are restless,
dmiaf cars;service<< to every important terminal in the West and Northwest however, even if they are still out-
;choice of routes accommodating agents employers aad officials. c FEB. 23
:Tar(all lal.mati.a.r*...n.ti.....achcduln.etc....tt'..'phone, write or wire II wardly loyal to the United States.
H.C.BRETNEY,FWJ4.r..a.Ar.at,134 w.B.,SL(But!',! "un. J.c v...ou FU.Dwaat . Mr. Taft was first governor general
aa4 eI.r.routes to the California Espo..hos. Write fur detail. p lof the islands, several years beforehe
became president, and he has kept The University of Flat,
deepest interest in the Filipinos. lie
' AN ADDED JOY does not hesitate to state his opinion Special Priced For Special Reasons
that the present policy of putitng natives -' Glee Club
into offices for which they are IN ORDER THAT I MAY GO NORTH TO MY BUSINESS

J 'r a To the letters you re- doubtfully' fitted is ruinous. In the I A good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800
ceive if letter a trusted friend in the islands in heir Fifth Annual Tour of the full bearing Orange, Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two
they are writtenon writes to the ex-president: State. blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addition -
to making a home this property will make a yearly return on
stationery that is of "You can hardly have an idea with- Seats on sale at BUTTS, Feb. 22, the investment of from 10 to 25 per cent, according to crop and
fine and out being present upon the ground, 9 a.m., 3oc, SOc., and 75c.; market conditions, price 8500.00; also
quality correct
of the tremendous change that has My Residence Property in Winter Park, 12-room, New Modern
shape. taken place in the Philippines in one I dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front, 20 acres of
Business is utterly stagnant, DoctorsBiii'kiiiiislcr land highly improved, 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigated
HIGHLAND LINEN year. garden. Property is close in, well located, close to the new
and has been since before the war I Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough for
fills every requirementof began. No new investments have ; & Bniiiilagc the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16-
come to the islands during this ad- 500,and will give possession in 30 days.
the most exacting ministration and many of those who OSTEOPATHS To any agent that sells the above described property for me I
to will pay a commission of Five per cent, reserving the right to list
there striving unload
have are
: money
because it is"CRANE"
customer ; I may say, however, without Personal instruction under Dr. Stillat the property at will or to sell it myself.'

mTT quality.llLU1UIlliLAllJJ success. Kirksville, Mo. I ED. F. KEEZK3L
)\ "The American community have Hours, 9 to 12; 1 to 5; Evenings by
W. S. Branch been made to feel that they are appointment. BOX 33, WINTER PARK FLORIDA
aliens, who do not in any degree en- 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places.
_ J1IIJmmOO] THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE ter into the consideration of the gov- National Bank. Phone 578.



Amelia Ave Lot Sale


Public Wedding Band Concerts

Free Autos to frroimcls S Siiiiveir S Sooll ll' F Foil r Every Lady y I

America's Chesterfield Artist GAFFNEY of the Auction world will open Sale

promptly at 10 o'clock, will be all over by 12. You can't afford to miss it.

THE WEDDING MATCH is arranged, the Bride and Groom invite you to come.

34 LOTS, the Beauty Spot of Orlando's Fastest Growing Section will go to the Highest

Bidders on the following Regular Poor House Terms. One-Fourth Cash payable on

grounds at time of purchase. Balance in 4, 8 and 12 mos, legal interest. Title Perfect .

Band Concert. Orlando Concert Band Main Street 9 to 9:30, later on grounds. A multitude of Free Autos will

leave business center at 9:30. Everybody invited. Everybody expected. See for particulars--

CARL DANN, Orlando's Lot Man, or, WM. FITZ SIMMON'S, at Tremont Hotel


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JJANKYOUR HONEY parents, Mr. and :Mrs.: W. \V. South-

gate, and Mrs. S. N. Yowell; four uncles -
I' A. E. Yowell of Sanford, W. D.
BANK PAY BY CHECK Yowell and II. II. Yowell of Orlando

and Richard Southgate of Detroit;

and six aunts, Mrs. J. D. Barnes of

Orlando, Mrs. Stewart of Kentucky, .. .._....--. ..
Mrs. Joe Craig of Jacksonville, Mrs. .'.---:-: .-'
fY .4 Benj. Drew of Orlando, :Miss: Willie

Southgate and Miss Lillian Southgateof '
nrnrir- rn P
Detroit. Eight first cousins also

survive-Helen Drew, Katherine, Cal- 4
.. 'sl vin and ,Susan Barnes, and Lizzie, .. .
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,, Minnie, Mollie and Alice Yowell, all :.: __. .-j ; .. '. :.

the grief stricken parents and
send money through the mails. If to the many relatives and friends the !
is lost the contents lost and cash
the are Sentinel unites in an expression of
seldom finds its way back. sympathy.The You are invited to examine the exhibition

Think of SAFETY FIRST. funeral services will be held
today at 2:30 o'clock from the homeat of $23,000.00 in ancient and ._
Buy a Bank Draft. If the draft is lost we issue the corner of Main and Jackson
another-you don't lose a cent. Cost is little, streets. The Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, F II II II modern coins and currency dated front

-the security certain. pastor of the Presbyterian church, F I II II II 550 3. C. to 1915 and including the $: I0-
You can buy a bank draft here at will' officiate. The deceased was a

State Bank any business day. member of the Presbyterian church I II II 000.00 bill, which are displayed in our
and the Presbyterian church Sunday I

schooL director's roomback of our vaults, .
The State Bank of Orlando
The active pall bearers are DeLa-
:. .1
ney Way Josiah Ferris, Jr.. Roy .
Starbird, Robert Lewter, George Do- -_-. ..'-- ..h..
live, Orlie Lobean, J. T. Branham --. -..-. ...-: ...
and Sidney Newell. -'

The honorary pall bearers will in- -.., ''... ,

clue the Young Presbyters. --. ... ...
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Rev. :btagg ?: : : :;l;. :

Mrs. M. J. Burton, Mrs. T II. Ful- The potentiality of anything is the
LOCAL AND PERSONALMr. I ler, Mrs. Ilettie Burton, and Miss La- determining of its real value. Youthis

I vinia Fuller have gone to the fair at among the most powerful forces of ?
and Mrs. R. F. Roe, of Keenan- !Lakeland.Mr. the world because potentially the
yule, are among the Floridians visit I finest manhood tomorrow is enclosedin D J. } Oh

ing in the city today. / I Chas. H. Wright has arrivedin the youth of today. When a youth : _
is suddenly cut down we are bewil-
Orlando from Evanston, Ill., to : .
Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Lackum of i dered. We do not know how much ..
visit his mother, Mrs. Helen Wright,
Hartford, Conn., were among the arrivals -i and sister, Mrs. T. P. Warlow.Mr. power has been lost. When an old . -- .. --__ .-- ei :-. .
at the San Juan yesterday.Mr. man dies no sensible man has any . '-'- ': ; -- '
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regrets. It is in line with the natural. -

W. T. Champneys, one of the and Mrs. J. D. Kay, of Glens Force has been expended. The effectof i -- -- -
leading merchants of Apopka, transacted Falls, N. Y., are among those who are the life may have been fine, but I -
business in Orlando yesterday. spending part of the winter in Or- length of years reveals only weak- : .
(lando. They are stopping at the San ness and nature simply disencumbers

Hon. L. C. Massey has gone to Tallahassee Juan. herself of a burden. If an old man
on professional business. He comes to his end in honor and useful- I
is expected back tomorrow evening.Mr. ness no one should mum his departure. FOR A GOOD
With youth it is different. All

J. L. Dean, manager of the Or- Two Handsome serious people have a large interestin I .
lando Telephone Exchange, is in Tal- the potential value to society of

lahassee looking after business mat- Lake Front the life of a young man. ST.Ore :
ters. Richard Yowell leaves us at the age Drug

I Grove and Home of seventeen and, as John Watson j
Mrs. J. N. Vaughn, of :Montgomery, would put it in Scotch: "Every heartin
Ala., is in Orlando on a visit to her Orlando is sair today because one
sister, Mrs. E. E. Penley, 212 East PropertiesOne of her promising young men is no PHONE TWENTY :
Jackson street. more.
Trained in a good and wholesome I

Miss Mayme Thornton will be hos- home, with the old fashioned notion well Kodaks
I They stamps as as
had carry ,
school and church
tess to the Bachelor Girls Thursday of them is the pret- that Sunday
afternoon at three o'clock, at her claims on him that he ought not, and .
tiest lake front location in
I and Toilet Articles.
home, 209 East Jackson street. would not be permitted to set aside Candy
the State of Florida, with this strong, rolicking, generous, kind-
large and a most regarded by our citizensas
acreage ly youth was
Mr. Walter Drennen left last night
for New York city on business. lIe modern dwelling.The likely to make a man helpful for .... .
in public life and suchan
high things
expects to be absent from Orlandofor
other has a fine .
would give himself to righteousness
one as
the next ten days.
grove, with modern improvements in the high place.

and worthy of He is no more. We convey hereinto
:Messrs. F. L Palmer, of Hartford, the stricken father and mother and J Pharmacy
Conn., and eorge Zain, of Chicago, any further improvements family the sincerest sympathy of the Q
d sired.
are among the transients registeredat
entire community. 1
the San Juan today.Mr. .
These are high priced

properties but they ORLANDO SOCIETI'Continued 1a
Henry Dolive, one of Orlando'spopular
young gentleman who holdsa both big bargains. ( from page 5) '..

responsible position with the Amer- her friends at "Kome Inn" on East -
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ican National bank in Tampa, spent Church street, this afternoon. ----- ------- ,

Sunday with his parents, Mr. and
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Mrs. W. L. Dolive. Cards have been received for an J
S. G. Dolive & Son
< afternoon reception and dance in the I I
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Nearing, of evening at the Rosalind Club, on

Wallingford, Conn., are included in REAL ESTATENo. March 5th, given by :Mr. and Mrs. Friends: opinions
the visitors now sojourning in Orlan- Forrest Dabney Carr and Mr. and

do. They have been visiting several 3 WEST PINE STREET Mrs. Ben Buxton, in compliment to
places in the state and like this placeso Mr. and Mrs. Mather Smith, of Oakland - .
well that they will remain for sev- Second Floor and their house guests. i I
eral days. .-. '-" p"' #j-
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of efficiency in our :. "< .;!'::>" ': .. '
Mrs. Salisbury entertained quite a Convincing proof ."'_ .
Illlllllllil MM ''MIM number of her friends with a colonial _
card party on Monday afternoon at Banking service is the fact that a large ; .

Artistic SouvenirsSterling the Cornish Tea-Room.- part of our new business arises from the :' ::/' .' I

Mrs.: Warnre, of Jackson street, en- .
recommendation of present patrons. % I
tertained a few friends at cards on .,
Monday evening as a farewell partyto k .- ""' ,
1 ti
:Mrs.: Rossiter and Miss Gertrude .'fie I

Silver Spoons, Forks, Hand Rossiter, who have been wintering at Frequently new patrons tell us that they ; I

Kooter Kove Kottage, and leave on
Painted China, Crumb Trays and many Friday for their home in Indianapolis are establishing relations with this Bank .J

other useful and beautiful articles typi- Ind. ; a i
- because we have so satisfactorily

cal of Florida and Orlando that will Miss Helen' Usner Drew came down
provea from Stetson University yesterday to their friends.

attend the funeral of her cousin,,
source of great delight to your friends Richard Yowell.

"back North." We also a completeline e S Ois1,; -.
carry THE MIKADO A consultation with one of our officers j .z

F of up-to-date Jewelry. Our Repair Thursday Lucerne and Friday Theatre Evenings 1
will convince you of the superior service 1 t

Department is in charge of most compe- TOMORROWS BIG AUCTION SALE -L
we offers.- -
tent Magruder's Stables, Wedesday,
February 24, at 1 p. m., L. E. Bates
mill sell two car loads of horses and
mules. Those in need of stock shouldbe

T. H. EVANS one sizes the exchange on wanting auction and hand colors can sale to where do buy to starts.so select you at any private will Don't from.time hate sale forget before Any all or O1'lalldO' Bank & Trust t COMDy C :

the date. Sale positive, rain or shine.

JEWELERI THE MIKADO Orlando's Conservative Bank t

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