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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 24, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
daily
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00492
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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VOLUME THREE ORLANDO FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY '
24, 1915. NUMBER 11


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TWO BOATS SUNK IN ENGLISH CHANNEL



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TACKS CHANNEL WHICH ARE SCENE BECOMING OF GERMAN: SPIRITED SUBMARINE FOLLOWING -AT- BOWDEN\' BEATS FORTIFICATIONBILL \


WAR ZONE DECREE-ONE VESSEL BRITISH ORDrR IRISH" AND\


ANOTH'ER
SUNK AND SINKING i



Torpedo Boat Narrowly Misses Large SWEARINGENi PASSEDBY NORTH CHANNELS' ClOSfDSHIPS



Passenger Boat | BY100I HOUSE



Many Civilians Aboard-Another Norwegian Steamer Goes to i i I i TO Of ALL NATIONS

: IN HOT CONTEST BOWDEN CARRIES $6,000,000 ALSO
the
Bottom
,. Making Third to Pay Toll This Week- .
I WINS MAYORALTY ARMY BILL CARRYING
Wilson Blames Captain of Evelyn for Dis- I
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aster to American Boat j NOMINATIONIT $103,000,000HOOSEPASSESFOOTIFICAINBItl: FUNERAl SERVICES ORDER BECOMES: EFFECTIVE -

4 tEVIDENTLY
TODAY

London Feb. 23.-Two more. vessels were added tonight to the list of WAS A VERY CLOSE RACE : IMPORTANCE AND OFMUCH I

ships torpedoed by German submarines.Both I i RICHARD "
were attacked in the English ChanneL 1! i

The steamer Kalibra, which makes the report states that one was attacked Until the Last Election Was in 1Not a Dissenting Voice in the FEAR GERMAN

off Fair Light on the Sussex coast. One vessel was sunk and the Doubt-Great Interest Senate Over Army Bill, ''HELD YESTERDAY DECKED

ether is sinking. ...
NOON AT THE Y '
Three trawlers were standing by. The names of the vessels attacked Was Displa"ed-No Which Was Quickly RESIDENCERev. Rigid Restrictions-Forts at thr

v'ere not stated. I I Disturbances Passed
Dardanelles Badly I Crippledby
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Passenger Boat Attacked i, Jacksonville, Feb. 23.-(Special to Wshington, Feb 23.-The house to- Jno. W.! Stag Fire From Friday's i\

London, Feb. 23.-The admiralty announces th Monday night the the Sentinel.-In one of the most I 'ay passed the $6,000,000 fortificfia- Many Beautiful Attack

hotly contested mayoralty races ever j tion bill. Offerings Were
Folkestone-Boulogne passenger boat was attacked by a German submarine.The .
torpedo passed thirty yards ahead of the ship. Ninety-two civilian passengers enacted in this city J. E. T. Bowdenwon i The senate passed without a dis- EvidenceThe London, Feb. .-The office of thee

by 700 votes over Van C. Swear- I senting vote the bill appropriating
: were aboard including many neutrals. army press bureau tonight made the fot
ingen in the mayoralty nomination e i $103,000,000. funeral services l )
lowing announcement
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election today. Until the final count I f
Richard Powell '
Southgate
Sank in 10 Minutes f "The British issuedan
1 was made it was not known positively MEXICAN admiralty has
London SAFETY OF AMERICAN SITUATION yesterday: afternoon at 2:30
Feb. 23.-The
Norwegian
who had won, although Bowden the residence of his order closing the Irish channel and
steamer Regin was sunk off Dover
this morning by either submarineor had been leading in a number of the Washington, Feb. 23.Carothersand Mrs. N. P. Yowell, 1 the North channel to shipping of all |
a
a mine. The crew of 22 was saved. SHIPS NGRAVE U. S wards. The vote was heavy. West, the latter of whom is the and Jackson streets, Rev. nationalities. j

The election was not marked by special envoy of the president, were Stagg pastor of the *
The Regin, carrying coal from the "The order takes effect today. ,
any disturbances, the best of order reported at the state department today church officiating. !
Tyne to Bordeaux, sank ten minutes. CONCERN j All traffic wishing to proceed !
j and good feeling prevailing. The to be at Gomez palace where they A great abundance of {
after she was struck. I through the North channel must .
polls opened at 8 o'clock and closedat expect to confer with Villa. flowers[ were in evidence pass
to the southward of the Rathlin |
6 o'clock this As
evening. expected West's mission concerns final set- vices were largely'
Captain Is Blamed PRES. WILSON HAS LONG ,the vote heavier island between sunrise and sunset. J
was comparatively tlement of affairs of that country. offerings from the
J Washington Feb. 23.-President } No ship will be permitted to be X
CONFERENCE WITH in the wards where there
I were coun- Secretary Bryan admitted in this Yowell-Duckworth
Wilson views the sinking of the ; within '_
four jniles of the island during
CABINET cilman races. These were the second connection that West's work would from his former high
American steamer Evelyn in the I
where J. C. Connally and Frank Owen "be all of Mexico. his that period., .
.. I parts the Young Presbyters
North sea as a tragic accident,he told
callers today, and has been unofficially Germany Charges U. S. With were the candidates,. and in the tenth, After an interview with Villa the at Georgia Military: i j' ,

'I where Max Morgenthau and J. J. special commissioner will to Mexico \ church : Forts Damaged SeverelyLondon
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informed that her captain was not Sale of Submarines to go -. Presbyterian
White were contestants. I Feb. 23. According to an 1
I City. He will conditions and from of
following a safe course laid out for Allies Serious report scores
official announcement from the -
him. lIe added that hadFr :: I there and then interview Carranza. ers and friends were press.. ,
warnings
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bureau tcnipht the o:c-silsn cf ?
Situation Carter Harrison Beaten I
'riven that mines j I He is to report finally in person to Dr. Stagg delivered a : &
were planted
allied fleet against the TVrVsh rrs- .
Chicago, Feb. 23.Robert Sweitzer President Wilson.
in the area in which the Evelyn was ; forting sermon. [tions in the Dardanelles has been in- *
sunk. i' Washington, Feb. 23.-President now serving as county clerk of I Official confirmation was received The active pall bearers

_____. !'II I Wilson discussed with his cabinet to- Cook county, is the Democratic nomi- I today of the report that Villa had I Laney Way, Joe Ferris, Jr., 'terrupted by bad weather conditions.: 4
day many questions pending and nee for of Chicago. I Strong southwesterly gales are in |
mayor defeated the Carranzistas in the battle bird Robert Lewter, .
Familiar With Calais I
Calais via Paris Feb. 23.The ;which seem to demand further representations The Sweitzer plurality over of Zayala, and that 1,500 were killed Orlie Lobren, John I progress. The outer forts have been .

Zeppelin which yesterday bombarded to Great Britain and Ger- son is practically complete, Harri-I and 1,500 prisoners taken. Villa lost ney Newell. !j seriously damaged by Friday's bombardment i

many concerning the safety of Amer- returns will probably be says the announcement.
Calais driven about 100 killed and 250 wounded.At The honorary pall ,
apparently was by pilots i i ican ships the rights of such ships to 80,000. The race for the Republican
thoroughly familiar with the vi- I Mazatlan, where the troops of.. Young Presbyters Ludolph i
:war zone use, and the misuse of the nomination 'shows Judge Harry M. :
Carranza arrived, the of dahl, Edward flyer
cinity, for it came from the sea directly presence Brief Bulletins I
to Fontinette crossing the cityat American flag. Olson leading William Hale Thompson American warships is demanded. The I Willis Rogers Joe and

its greatest width. It flew at a The German charge that subma- by a small plurality. New Orleans and Maryland reported II selwhite, James__King, Ticked Off Wire ':

rines are constructed in the United today having arrived Mazatlan Friday gruder Roy Anderson, 1
height of about 1,000 feet.
States for the allies and the indiscrim- NEGRO WHO ATTEMPTED ASSAULT last,. and the Glacier arrived at I mann and Welborn Phillips.The At Late Hour

i inate use of floating mines, one of CAPTURED; SHOT j Guaymas. members of the
Heavy Losses for Austria 1 II 5)I. f
Feb. I which may have been the cause of the IN LEG I II I Mazatlan is an important seaport the board of deacons -
Petrograd 23.-Heavy losses
I I II JOHNSON SPURNS '
I destruction of the Evelyn, and j j where there MEXICO
sustained perhaps I are many Americans anda body, as follows: W. R.
were by the Austrians in
the recent fighting, the Russian some of its crew. I, The negro who attempted to as- great deal of American property.: E. Ives, Sr., 'V.1.. Havana, Feb. 23.--Jack Johnson,

general staff, claiming says several victo- I After the cabinet meeting Secretary sault a well known white woman at Dispatches to the department say Branch S. E. Ives, Jr., B. after receiving a message from Mexico .1

ries in Galicia. In northern Poland, ,. Bryan said that this government Forest City, Seminole county was that Carasco was defeated by Villis- son, Philip Slemons, informing him that Carranza was '1

it is has not formulated any new repre- i shot in the leg Markham bridge tas at Rosario and lost 500 men, forc- Alfred Bumby. preparing to arrest and turn him over
said a successful stand has been
made :I sentations to the belligerent go\'ern-I i j Wekiwa river, early yesterday morning I ing Iturbe to fall back Mazatlan.. to the United States authorities as 1
against the Germans. Official '
ments. : and turned over to Sheriff Gor- Spanish Ambassador Rio called on Resolutions of Companions soon as he land: in :Mexico said today
communications from Berlin and Vi- ,
I t don. Gordon gave him to the c is- I Secretary Bryan today and reported mates of Richard Yowell he would not go to Juarez to
tell of
enna however Russian !
and heavy losses. reverses -!I GERMANS WANT LARGE QUANTITY tody of a Seminole county deputy j jI that Obregon had released the Spanish First Presbyterian fight; Willard. lid said if promoters 1

On the western battlefields there OF FLORID.l'1I0S- j I who will keep him away from the I priests arrested in Mexico City Richard Yowell was of
I PHATES AT ONCE j excited populace in Seminole county hy orders of Carranza. have to bring him to Havana. t
are no signs of returning activity. when we organized this
{until he can be brought to trial. lie
I First Presbyterian church
Washington.Ambassador Gerard j confessed making the attempted as- I FIRST PENNSYLVANIA ELECTROCUTION -
Paris NEW BREAD IN BERLIN EVADES we have sought to exercise
Statement I at Berlin today cabled the state de- : sault to Gordon.
Paris, Feb. 23.-The Champagne I I TICKET RULE ence for the fflorv of God. nt_.__ 'h_. _. ,
I partment' saying that there is contin- I c.OClI.vnwa., r eu.j..-me nrsi 1

region was again the scene of fighting |ued German interest in Florida phosphates -I TURKEY APOLOGIZES FOR SLUR His death we do not electrocution in Pennsylvania under
Berlin. bread and but been
today where the French took several i ir -Although flour having taught the law
and that large shipments are j new substituting the chair
TO GREECE
will not be obtainable here after Monday God works His will
ore trenches in the vicinity of desired if can be ob t for the gallows took place in the :
cargo space
London.Turkey has yielded to the except on the presentation of dren of men, we look upon
-ausejour besides maintaining gains tained. death house of the Western peniten-
I:, demand for satisfaction made by bread tickets the distribution of our Father in Heaven, and
wide the preceding days, accordingto Because of curtailed shipments tiary today. John Talap paid the ex-
Greece because of the insult offeredan which has been ended, proprietors of misgivings about it. I
a night statement from the French since the war in Europe began this treme penalty for wife murder.
war office. attache of the Greek legation *t the largest popular priced restaur- Our companion has fallen
statement from Berlin is looked -
upon Constantinople.The ants in the city with dozens of establishments the hopes we had for .
On the rest of the front comparative .,here as being not only significant but COL. L. R. McKee DIES
: director of .
general police of announce that they strength for the good and
quiet is reported except at the of great commercial importance to Montgomery, Ala., Feb. 2.3.Colo1
it is
Constantinople officially an- have succeeded in making .bread has been brought to a
Brillian Court, northwest of Verdun, Florida.At i' nel L. R. :McKee for a half century
nounced, has visited the Greek lega- containing neither wheat oats nor fluence he exerted was ever
and near the village of Stosswihr, in the state department it is believed identified with the press of Alabama,
tion in that and in the
city presenceof barley flour. This can be served to He kept the teachings
Alsace, where the Germans made un- that with this information and well known as an editorial writer
I all the members of the staff he their customers without the necessityof ceived from the cradle
successful attacks on the allies' line. !thrown out in Florida the matter of during and after reconstruction days .
formally expressed his regret at the presenting bread tickets. in God and in the
and added is dead here. He was 75 old.LAYMEVS .
shipments years
more cargo insult offered the Greek naval attache. I The ingredients used in baking Held the faith of his I
FIRE AT TRAINING SCHooL 'I' should at be taken -
(space once up by
He further that
official
promised an these loaves have been kept secret, hold which no exuberance

I the people of that state. communication to this effect would be but they are believed to be mainly could dim. MISSIONARY MEET 1

Charlie Bozarth, who is attending ;I published in the press. rice flour and potatoes. His reverence for OPENS \

Southern Training School, at Grays- I'' U. S. TO TEST HUGE GUNS i! The incident is now regarded as family and the church had Dallas Tex., Feb. 23.-The biennial

ville. Tenn., writes his OfficerJ. Laymen's Missionary Movement Con-
father I Washington.-Tests will be begun closed. DENIES LAKE COMPANY HAS straining influence with I
F. Bozarth that the vention of the Presbyterian church .
girls' depart- |j this week at. the Indian Head proving SHIPPED SUBMARINE he regarded their demands
ment building was burned to the began here today. Arrangements t
ground of ten fourteen inch for first in his life.
guns Mr. W. C. Goodall, one of the proprietors PARTS place
ground Sunday made for 2,500 visitors to the
I
morning.
the battleships Pennsylvania, Nevada of the Industrial Index, published Companionable lovable convention, which lasts three days.

I Oklahoma and Arizona, which have in Columbus,. Ga., was among Bridgeport.-Simon Lake, advisory kind,. we as a society are ,
. . . . . . . . .
just been completed at Watervliet the welcome visitors in Orlando yes- head of the Lake Torpedo Boat plantof his death. We do not . . . . . . . . .
!
'. PERU TO BUY U. S. FLOUR arsenal. terday. Mr. Goodall attended the this city, has denied that the Lake express our sorrow. We RUSSIA TO ISSUE NEW LOAN
I ,
S The guns, which cost between $650- meeting of the Florida Architectsheld company had ben asked to manufac- the all-wise God must have .

Lima.-The government has de- !!000 and $700,000, fire projectiles that in this city about two weeks ago ture any submarine parts or had and we must abide His .

S rided to import flour from the .weigh i 1,400 pounds a maximum dis- London-An imperial ukase
( and his interesting publication con- shipped any either directly or ting the light shine upon to dis-
according Petrograd
United States and sell it here at !j tahce of twelve miles. a ,
tains a splendid write-up of the proceedings through other submarine companiesin The memory of our t1h-t *" '
Telegram
'cost price to reduce. the cost of I! At 10,000 yards or more than five and Orlando comes in for a America, to England or Canada. panion and friend will company -

S bread. In an effort to meet thepresent i miles the projectiles are expected to most favorable mention. cious to us and we shall orders the-isMta of two !
s I new series of 5 per cent treasury -
financial crisis
the finance Ipierce sixteen inch armor plate. Other THE WEATHER make this organization bills. Each series
S amounts
S loan minister is seeking to arrange a guns of the same size are being Ladies' Home.:Journal for March.A Florida: Showers in peninsula; youth who may come to to $2->0.000,000 to provide. for
of
. . $1,750,000.. . . . . . . built at Watervliet to complete arma- beautiful number. You will be partly cloudy and cooler in northwest same faith in which war} expenditures .

.ment on new ships. I pleased with it. Curtis & O'NeaL portion. Thursday fair. (Continued on,page . . . . .......... . . .




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BIG AUCTION SALE OF TOWN LOTS




( FLA.Thursday, February 25 1915 AT 10 O'CLOCKFREE I Ii




i BARBECUE DINNER FINE MUSIC $40.00 IN GOLD AND TWO ; ;


LOTS GIVEN AWAY ABSOLUTE SALE NO BY-BIDDING *

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Train leaves Orlando over the Seaboard at 9 o'clock a. m., returning at 4:25 p. m.




Sale Postponed from Tuesday Until Thursday on Account of RainSPRINGFIELD !


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SMITH REALTY CO. '" TENN, I



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BRITISH GOLFERS CANCEL THE tests for 1915. This competition has MAYOR BRADSHAWS RIGHT I Mr. Curry. Her splendid voice was I
CHAMPIONSHIP EVENT HAND NEARLY CUT OFF at its best and called' forth many expressions -
been held yearly for the last twenty-
I of warm appreciation. As ANOTHER KITCHEN CABINET SAl[
nine It is to foreign
London.-The British Amateur Golf years. open Mayor J. G. Bradshaw had hiss I an impromptu at the close of the
association has announced the cancel- players, and in 1904 it was won by hand badly cut as a result of an auto morning sermon Mr.Curry sang"The
lation of the golf championship con- Walter J. Travis, of New York. mobile accident yesterday, says the 'Battle Hymn of the Republic," while 1
St. Petersburg Times. The gash wasa 'I'the great audience joined in the cho- 1I
deep one, extending across the back,rus. Next Sunday at 11 a. m. Mr. I
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of his right hand. Drs. Davis Wil- Ley will speak on "The Lenten Pe-
. rI cox and Peabody dressed the wound riod, Its Inception and It Meaning.." Our Hoosier kitchen cabinet sale was a big
i I and it was found that two leaders and Several persons applied for mem- I success-last week. \
Hammond Gore I''two small arteries were severed. It I bership at the close of the evening This week we are going to extend you the
(was necessary for them to take sev- service. '
!eral stitches before the leaders had I Ij opportunity to buy a Schmoe cabinet on the

I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL .1 j been tied together again. The opera AMPUTATION OF ACTRESS LEGA same liberal terms--- .
tion was most painful.' SUCCESS

VALUES LOW PRICES The accident occurred just behind $1.00 and $1.00 Each Weekr
the colored school, when the mayor I Bordeaux', France, Feb. 22.-The
COMPARE and the other commissioners were right leg of Madame Sarah Bern-
leaving after attending a dinner giv- I hardt, the famous tragedienne, was See the cabinets in our window. Come in and '

OUR FURNITURE en by the domestic science depart I amputated today at St. Augustine let us demonstrate them for you.
I I ment of the school to the commis- hospital at Arcachon.The .
A regular $32.50 cabinet, in this special club
made
sioners and the school board. As :\lr.1 operation necessary by
We provide the qualityof furniture that has long Bradshaw attempted to drive his car an affection of the knee which has plan sale at only $27.50.
been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the I
away he ran into a clothesline and caused much suffering for several
standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.
tore the top off his machine and broke I years, was performed by Professor de
It wouldn't here were it otherwise. We ca: 't make
the windshield. lIe succeeded in stop Luce, of the Bordeaux university. .
this point too clear-it is one of the foundai on stonesof
ping his car, although the glass from Professor Pozzi was to have con-
this business, and that means much to jny buyer.
I I the windshield nearly cut his hand ducted the operation yesterday, but
off. It will be several weeks before he was called to the colors to serve
McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK, the injury will be completely' healed. at the Val de Grace hospital in Paris
and found it impossible to leave his
Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando Tla. VICTORIA CROSS FOR A FIGHTING duties for several days. Madame
L J IRISHMAN Bernhardt refused to submit to a delay Y -
rl-4 of what she courageously called
her release from bondage.
London.-To Lance Corporal Michael -
Leary of the Irish Guards has

JONES[ GOES[ JUST THE[ SAME I been bravery Leary awarded,at according Cuinchy the Victoria to February the official Cross 1. for ac-I I FIGHT REVOLTING HINDU SOLDIERS 1d

count, formed one of astorming party Tokio, Japan.-A revolt broke out
which advanced against the German among 800 Hindu soldiers at Singa-
trenches. lie rushed to the front and pore,one of the Strait settlements belonging I I
My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen killed five Germans who were holdingthe to Great Britain, according to
first barricade, after which he at- newspaper dispatches received here
months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the tacked the second barricade, which he today.

same time it always has. captured after killing three Germansand Marines wer landed at Singaporefrom .
taking two others prisoners.AT Japanese and French warshipsand
TIME TABLEBus I some fighting took place. .
Later half of the rebels are said
TilE \1. E. CHURCH SC"D.EVE"I"G .\Y
Leaving Orlando in Front of Evans The Jeweler. to have surrendered and the revolt is I
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'subsiding. .
WEST BOUND EAST BOUD I Il ite Beauty"AO..w.I
At night the subject was a direct .,
Read Down Read Up i.1..d.
SEEK TIlE I
NOT
WILL
-- - appeal to the unsaved. The text, I. ENGLAND
.:\ .I A.M. P. 1\1. 'A.1\1. P.M.'P.M.: John, 2:1,2, formed the basis of the DAVIS CUP THIS YEAR
I :
pastor's message, which was well re- London.-The British Lawn Tennis $1.00 DOWN AND $1.00 PER WEEK
Orlando I 6:3010.15 3:00 i 9.30 1.30 6.00 ceived by an audience that filled the association has decided not to issue a
Ocoee 7:30L11.15 4:00: I 8.3C 12.30, 5.I I building. A beautiful feature of the challenge for the Davis International

Winter Garden I 7:45 11:30 4-30 8.15 4-45 evening's Clarke's rendition musical program of "The was Lord Miss Is I Tennis won cup by this an Australasian year. This team trophywas at Oscar Hand &. Son

Oakland J 8:00--- 4:30 .-- 4.30 My Shepherd," sung as a duet with Forest Hills, L. I., last summer.







Grand Auction Sale:






1V.OISr: 1V..A. p a 1st 10 a. m.

MIResicience



ONE HOUSE and a number of Choice Lots



LOCATED ON GORE AVENUE


2 Blocks from Lake Lucerne, all city conveniences -- 17 Lots on Pine Castle Road


adjoining city limits ;


Property of Dr. J. C. Howell and Frances W. Rose. Music by Ragtime Band. Male Quartette.


Valuable prizes given away. Don't fail to hear Penny Bro the World's Original[ Twin Auctioneers.


Sale conducted by AMERICAN REALTY & AUCTION CO., Greensboro, N. C.


For any information see H. P. FIELDS, Sales Manager, Tremont Hotel Phone 45.




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FINE E FOWL COLLECTION II I I MANY_VARIETIESThe ,

The lot advertised for ,
$1200
i local market is well supplied :

i with a reduction of $400.00, if 1 Wichtendahl Is Bird Fancier with fresh vegetables of all kinds. H fJ2 fJ2 > -3
The scribe in l; r 3-
buyer would build, was boughtby and Has New Chicken passing a market on I'b sr o -' ........ -
Just Arrived From Orange avenue yesterday counted =*i 3 --..... S oJCD -' !;:iiI' PC
Mr. Samuel Brice of New IndianaMr. eighteen different varieties. 1" 1. o coCO 0 3CD P oo CJ) 03 r+ Q) l\:) t-9-t

York. We have decided to of- I : ; ffi ..C11 L....
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A. Wichtendahl, who has a THE MIKADO .1. : C o" ra C
fer another one. pretty home on South Orange avenue, Thursday and Friday Evenings : ) o o i.sr : .
Lucerne Theatre d 05 Oo Q
and a large and prolific .. t:: >= ::;.
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Corner lot, well located. Side- and truck farm at Gotha, in West Or- o c- -I r ......J
ange, also has one of the largest and SIGNS L g en : cp oq o
walks North- Q .... S3o :s 00 roe .
,water lights .
gas. finest collections of fowls to be found N P,. P 0....: !? O .... o L
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east. $1000.00. Will take $600 anywhere in this section. I C & = e. O 0 = D. 0
Mr. Wichtendahl, who is a "bird Gold Leaf and Aluminum, on *
if buyer will build within one fancier" in every sense of the word, Glass or Wood S; 3CO CD .-1 cr &- "
I has recently added to his aggregation 3 W s coo : O n UQrt C" CDma =W
year. three English Long Necks, whichhe Cloth Signs and Big Bulletinsa ::3 G *< p r:: .? -HM
purchased from a party. in South specialtyI '<
Bend, Ind.Thehe have Morgan with me and can tt t/ rt pD2 i a. O5D3 5L *< t:'
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birds s
are not very large but "'S s
are noted for their beauty. Their give prompt service UR 0 -.J FEftl:: :: >
plumage is simply gorgeous and they 0n g"a i p 3
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CARL DANN are greatly admired by all who have CO 0 0
GEO. A. BARKER < CO O : '
seen them. Wichtendahl is very

I proud showing of them them to and his takes friends.pleasure in 110 West Pine St. O "> 2- C 5 o c... COI o ::!1 s P> ",.oCD> 121 ;d:

REAL ESTATE 0D .... COr' 0
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"FOUND:: SO MANY:: QUAIL THAT i I Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST == O< 0,ooC *i 2 Is.: !i uq >H P18 -
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COMP ANY MORE"-KELLER Recently of :New: York OQO (1)Cflp) t"\\ !:.s N.. 3 9 P

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S. S. Jones t::' COO
this very morning acocmpanied bya l CLi S=.* H co 0 Pr S 13 GO
Mr. Dooty and a negro cook.
are good for your health. CHIROPRACTOR .... p

We have figs in every way. down This on party the big of prairies hunters for have the been past graduate 18 Yowell-Duckworth Davenport College building, ;17 phone and O.s co :3 en.CD) si- CD) > CD O 0CL: > r-J

week and they say that there is so :p oC'D
209. Intelligent people everywhereare
STUFFED FIGSSELECTED much game there of every kind thatit being restored to health by chiro- 3S .3C = co O ajHCJ
FIGS IN GLASS ceases to be sport and becomes practic adjustments, the new scienceof ::s N:;'* W -3
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murder to kill them. They securedone removing the cause of disease. EXamination N CD
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the quail they wanted. The quail 0) -, 3=-
FIGS IN BULKPRESERVED S.S'B. & OD 5 ::
were so plentiful they refused to
FIGS shoot any more for they had all they ::;.. : < ) 0 3 s
wanted and do not believe in useless T 3O I os
CALARAB CANDY FIGSDon't slaughter.Mr. ORLANDOCO r-t- 3: s :3 s gp
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forget we are headquarters the Orlando Reporter-Star, but has ,. I ,... ::s O P :
for Jams, Jellies and Pre- left the newspaper business. We are : O 0 W n c-CIQ K POQ
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New Modern G est PricesWe C/5
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THE DAILY! "Our Village"Our SIDELIGHTS Mr. Tourist ,.

South Florida Sentinel
(By W. SI. Branch)
MORNING AND WEEKLYW. friend Kin Ilubbard says, Here's Some Real
M. GLENN ......................Edit.r "Th' feller that don't )
W. C. ESSIXC.TON .. ....r...inf-w Manager advertise may Tried to Be Funny
--- -- know his business, but else The letters the '
- ---- nobody in Saturday Even- Estate Bargains;
Entered at th* postoffie at Orlando Flor does."
ing Post describing the tours of
ida. a> Second ClaM Mail Mattrr. r
SUBSCRIPTION RATES --0-- "Larry 31. Burns" in "england" and For Sale by Us ExclusivelyModern I II

Daily. 1 Year ........................ $S.oo Our Daily Knock "Belljum," may be very humorous, i
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2.50 -Brush th' cobwebs off your break- but they fail to strike a responsive I seven room residence -
Dailj.:: 1 3 Month Months.:::::::::::::::::::::: 125Dailj. :M fust grouch and say something pleas- chord in our funny bone, and person- on Lake :Minnie for

Weekly. 1 Year ?_.._._?_._.?.... . ._11.00 I ant about the_taste of th coffee.0 ally we think five pages of that us- I only $3500.
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IS - ually interesting journal is too muchto
ADVANCETO Our Daily worry give to such an example of bad Beautiful lot 75x155, dandy
ADVERTISERS: The European war. spelling and worse rhetoric. Sir.Lardnei I view of Lake Lucerne. Act-

Copy f.r display and all ether hand-set --0-- :. the author, might use his ual value $2000 Owner will \
advertising moat be hand in at the fcntincuoffice Our daily fashion hint talent to create a variety of wit thatis
.f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. sacrifice for only $1600.
the day before publication. This vale applies -Buy that sprinG hat now and ask more concentrated. lie should recall We Beg Respectfullyto
t Invariable. chances and for will contract be strictly advertising adhered: to it is hubby whether you can have it to the words of Shakespeare, "Brev Two beautiful homes on
-- morrow. I ity is the soul of wit, and tediousnessits Lake Eola. Owner must sell.
Subscribers desiring: The Sentinel dfecon-!
tinued should notify the office in writing on --0-- I outer flourishes." Price of either only 6oco.
the date of expiration otherwise it will be Our daily SermonetteA --0- Announcethat
continued at the regular subscription rates,
until notice to stop is received. word to these is wasted.0 Several new California bun-
Telephone Numb r ...................... 21 Just Colors
-- Some members of the large:: familyof galows ready to move into
WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 24, 1915: Battle of wits Brown, are green and some of the $1800 up to $3000.Cooper .
-Yest. Sherr. Gordon and Mgr. of Blacks white OurralldS11F1uOpell1ll
numerous are while the
Speaking of rotten things there's I Opera House Geo. Barker matchedfor I.Whites are some of them numbered I
the weather yesterday.A tickets to Mutt & Jeff. If Gordon among the blacks. But Mr. Brown of I & Atha
o lost he was to pay double price for 'the clothing department of the Yow-
peck of trouble is one thing thatis tckts. If Geo. lost he was to give ell-Duckworth company is not green, 114 South Orange AYe.. Ground Floor
mighty seldom short weight. free tckts. to Frank. Frank won. but that Tipperary window of green Phone No. 311
o Both was game. neckwear proves him to be an artist
Why is it that tempting bargains --0- ,j in his line and to our mind it is one I
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always come when the cash is low? -By the looks of Oak st. it would J of-the most "catchy" windows we I II Gr n
o look as though everybody was getting I have seen in some time. I [ l] [

Great language ours. When a man ready for a battle. Both sides of st. -- I .
is all in we say he is down and out. lined with brick ten feet high, almost. Sparrows Good to Eat? I VENEER CORES
o Oak st. is going to be paved.
Some one has discovered that Eng-
However now is the time to start -()- 'lish sparrows are good eating. Here $1.25Per of

gardening, if you haven't already -Chf. Pol. Smith returned from a after when you see Chief of Police
done so. plesant day spent in Tampa. Mon. I Wm. Smith out with his trusty rifle I Strand Up

-0- night: the chief partook of a Spanish blazing away at the sparrows on the FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND ?
The reason a man is not smarter dinner in Ybor city and it most laid San Juan roof you may know that he OAK WOOD
than his wife is because she lets him him away. MILLINERYREADYTOWEAR
is simply trying to economize on his Orlando I YardB.
think he is.Probably. --0-- meat bill. o{)

o -J. p. Holbrook is drivin' back I W. Kin sley. IoprietorPINE >
the easiest thing in this from Jax. today with a new Hup. LOST-One screw pencil, 'mother of STREET AND R R. .
x world to do is to throw a newspaper -0- pearl handle, gold:: mounted. Returnto Telephone 344 j
on the floor. t I Dr. E. W. Lott and receive re 9-30 '
o Unhappy is the new hat that is ward. 2-24-lt !
under a leak in an Orange st. awn I
How much does the cost of contin- '
ing these gloomy days. -
uous investigation of the high cost of --0-- \%
living add to the latter?
-After all is said an done the old
o reliable safe and in ,
sane sport our
Some of us have a sense of humor,
vill. is
croquet.
others have a sense of impendingevil
and others, again, have no sense -oThere -
at all. is only 1 hatchet tht we
, 0 care to see above ground at all times
F Every time there is and that is G. Washingtons.
a change in 1 I
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"groundhog.the weather",Who somebody believes in mentions ground- -Our fellow Arcadder- Bro. Branchis Lake Eola and Eola ParkThe MENS' UABlLlMENTS 1 E t I

s hogs, anyway? agin entertaining the carpenters in
! --0------ his book St. this week. Bro. B. be-
r. Some men find it so difficult to save lieves in construction.

t money when they are single that they - ..
don't think: it worth while to try after -To set the hearts of many young

t they are married. ladies in town at ease, we have it time is now ripe for an investment in this par- WILL TAKE PLACE OX WEDNESDAYAND
o confidentially, that the "We" Earl
Peanuts are recommended for indi- Vick meant would return from Jacksonville
ticular section of the city. Property well bought will be
gestion and lemons: for rheumatism.It .
is a brand new "Hupmobile"and THURSDAY NEXT
has also been established that Earl will still be in the race. .
; bread, meat and potatoes are the best --0-- absolutely certain of producing a profit. I have two or

possible antidotes for starvation. -It is rumored around town that
" three offerings which I recommend MONEY
o- Spier will be the happy bridegroomat can as sure
1 The gain of so many feet each day the Auction sale wedding today. FEBRUARY 24th25thPOSTPONMENT
; Jt>y the warring nations in Europe is Wonder who the bride is? MAKERS.Call .
the way the "war" correspondentssend -
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it in. Better get some professional -The N. Eng. Assn. got there pic- and let :me show them to you.
s football the lines.
players on tures took at Jlussells Point Mon. by
0 our well known Photog. T. P. Robin- w
r SUFFERING FLORIDAThis son. I
is a period when Florida suf- ,
the annual invasion of . . . I .
fers from a : s s s. :
cheap fakers of one kind or another. : SCARCITY ; LEECHES ATTRIBUTED :.I j i

They run the entire gamut of human TO THE WAR I .

experience. They come among us to ---- J 1 S.Y.WAYInsurance
make expenses during the winter sea- British and European physicians j
son. Some are quiet in their move- S complain that the allied and t

ments, and catch the retreating dollaron German armies have ocerrun the and Real Estate
Others brazen and Agent
the sly. are '
parts of Europe that produce the I
loudly clamor for their share of the best )leeches, and there is a great I II I

spoils. S scarcity of those creatures for PHONE 172 j 11111111111111.
One of the biggest nuisances we use in medicine. To supply it !
are compelled to suffer under is the S leeches have been brought from ji
I On Account of the fun-
long haired declaimer who has some India. A writer in the London i!
pet theory to expound. He comes in Lancet recalls that when the ,
, all sorts of guises. You can find him leech was at the height of its I eral of the late Mr. Richard -

busy in almost any Florida town. lie I popularity, about 1820, the phy- I
is after the dollar. lie ought to be sicians of Paris alone used some Yowell, the exhibitionof
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suppressed.-Tampa Times. I '
;32,000,000 a year. I
o .a.aaa.a . . . . kl I Living Models advertised -

TIlE FLOnID.RCIIITECTS- .
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The proceedings of the meeting of 4 I . . . . I I . } . . . . . . I . . . . . . I I ill I I. H, II II I I J l I . . .. ......,- to take place this after-
the organization of Florida architects, I"
just held in Orlando, are told in special I i noon has been postponeduntil

correspondence published elsewhere [ $200 $225 $250 and so on f
in this issue of the Industrial I tomorrow Wednes-
Index. Holding their session amid I ,

the entertained most pleasant with the cordial hosPital-I up p to $500 or $550 day, from 10:30 12 noon

ity of one of the most delightful of'
Florida cities, the gathering of the :

architects was highly: enjoyed as well \ ,
as beneficial.The j Any price you want to pay for one of the choice

profession of the architect is ; ;

one of serious public responsibility.Since I
the buildings make the town : THORNTON PA K l
and the architect fashions the buildings -

the general appearance of the 1
, town or rather mainly of its central I I, il ICi\SON.IYrS\ CO.
! sections, is largely: the responsibilityof \i Lots. Terms easy if desired. Only reasonable re- J I
the architect. It would be wholly i I :
his if at all times he could plan buildings j I-| strictions. Call at 905 E. Central Avenue, or ask .


experience Because as his might so superior many dictate.knowledge structures and are j" :: your dealer if you care to see these lots. if: I Ii EPARTMENT STORE. 1

being erected in Florida cities and i : i .. ..
towns the Florida architect not only I: ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE '

l is a busy man, but his public respon- I : 13 01 service of i
sibility is correspondingly great. I yourof

'f Those who have seen the work of j I'I'f TAYLOR chi THORNTON :liII chandise, at right prices
: Florida architects and those who j: i : !
ORLANDO -
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I not,only but are alive fully to their equipped responsibilities to meet- I I Proprietors LI.I II.Ittt" LL J

them and do so, says the Industrial : I

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Office telephone No. Iy9. Residence telephone No. 2$4 I 3 Cents ALLEN'S"I ii iiO


WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDARFeb. are already rounding up votes in the II II I . = I I I I II I I II III II U

2Jth-27th. West and South. TODAY'S PROGRAMImp. w
Several states have indorsed Mrs. King Baggot in "A Silent
Wednesday Guernsey, and others are preparingto TODAY Valley." A melodrama in two parts.
Wednesday Card Club; Mrs. S. H. do so. Mrs. Story is campaigning Produced by Mr Baggot.
AH email, hostess. bterling. Ford Sterling in "The
Twentieth mong her congressional friends in Bogus Baron."
Century Club; Mrs. T. C.
Whitman, hostess. Washington, urging them to repair Five cents to alL

Meeting of Cathedral Needlework her fences back in the states. __ ___ u ____ _ _

Guild.Men's Forum, Chapter House. The prediction was made tonight ENJOYABLE FISHING PARTY .
that the April convention will be the
Unity Circle. "HOPE FOSTER'S MOTHER" WANT A WATCH
Weekly dance Lucerne hotel. largest ever held by the D. A. R. ? 0
Thursday The woman suffrage question will be A happy party of congenial friends You can get a reliable time piece at price .
Rosalind Club afternoon; Mrs. Bear- A vitagraph Special Feature, spent Monday at Lake Apopka, fish- any: You
dall, chairman. pressed by the suffragists, and the choose to pay. You will find this a different kind of a
ing. They succeeded in
"Here and There Club;" Mrs.Jones, leaders believe they will get an indo complete in two parts. of the deceiving watch store, where watches are regarded as staple ar-
hostess. sement this year. many finny tribe into bjting ticles and sold at the close margin of staple goods. Fine
Suffrage League tea; Mrs. MahlonGore's --0-- and landed a big catch. Those enjoy- jewelry at moderate prices. I
home Lucerne Circle. ing th<* day's Mr.
outing were and
:Mrs.: II. B. Whitman has arrived
"Mikado, ; Mendelssohn Club, Op Mrs. J. A. Sasser and Arthur
son, ,
era House. from Orlando and is the guest of Miss ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS
"Bachelor Girls;" Miss Mayme; C. H. Pillsbury at her home in River- :Mr.: and Mrs. W. II. Couch, Geo. E. 4n

Thornton, hostess. side for a stay of some length in "BEATING THE BURGLAR" Nolan and little daughter, Henrietta, b i- -. d]
Friday Geo. A. Bearden, H. W. Worthington, 0 t
Tacksonville.-Times-Union of yester- A Lubin
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"At home; Miss Mary Guernsey, Comedy."THE and Mr. Clark. _
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in honor of Miss Satterthwaite and day.
Miss White. .--0-- ..
"At home;" Mrs. J. Merle McElroy. Stork Special I FOR FINISHING DOORS
Dinner dance, Rossmore Inn. R 1 AND WAINSCOTINGWe
"Mikado," Opera House. Mrs. Charles Lartigue last evening .
Saturday received a telegram from Plant City I LucerneTODAY have the best stains and varnishes

Belgian relief card party, Rosalind announcing the arrival of a son to LION HUNTER"A sl manufactured. Do you doubt it ? O
Club Civic; Mrs. Davis, chairman. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Root. Mrs. Root sl Well, seeing is believing. And the
League meeting, Chapter *
House. was formerly Miss Addie Thompson, Selig Drama. way to see it is to put it on your
Entro Nous Club; Mrs. Rogers, sof Orlando. doors. If you don't say it's the best *
tess. i material you ever used for the money,
-0- THE DRAMATIC HIT OF THE we'll stand the expense. That's fair,
LION LOUIS DIES AT TAMPA
Mrs. Thompson Hostess
isn't it? 6
Mrs. T. II. Thompson entertainedthe CENTURYOne A Al

"Auctioneers" on Tuesday after- The Johnny J. Jones show has gone l Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co .
noon at her home on South Main to Lakeland minus its lion, "Louis,"
street. Several other guests were invited which died here yesterday after a se- Solid Year in New York 11; 205 S. Orange Avenue

to meet with the club members. vere attack of pneumonia contracted HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA" COLEMAN & KHAN Phone 261 1'

The guest prize was won by Mrs. several days ago. The animal is saidto

Sturgeon, the club prize by Mrs. Russell have been one of the finest speCi- "TODAY"A
and the "five hundred" prize by mens of the African jungle lord in
Mrs. Burden. Mrs. Thompson was captivity, and its hide is to be pre- Vital and Vivid Drama of

assisted by her daughter, Miss Ruth, served. "Louis'" trainer is Kerry New York Life WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver

serving delicious cream, cake and Wilson, who was very fond of the an-
offee. imal and feels its loss keenly.Tampa hear this before! Let the Delicatessen Man do it.
Something new Something New I
- Times. 5 Cents 10 Cents SPECIAL $1 Matinee at 3 p. m. Try it. Ask Aboxr. it. .
Miss Mary Robinson has returned I Complete Lunch put'up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
ome from an extended visit in Jack- WAGON LOAD FARM PRODUCTS I I three\>r more
sonville. i I Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
Prices 25c. 50c., 75c., $1.00 and COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES
Mr. J. F. Harris in Orlando
- was $1.50 I POTATO SALADJ.
The display of spring costumes by yesterday with a wagon load of farm
living models for the Dickson-Ives nroducts from his place near Pine R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'S

company will take place this morn- Castle, which he disposed of to the Phone 26 Bakery

ing at the Grand theatre from ten to local trade. Mr. Harris says that the MUTT \ JEFF. TO CUT CAPERS Let it be understood that this I

twelve. demand for Nancy Hall and Porto TONIGHT is the very same company that
Rico tubers for the I
states I
- planting ,
played a return date in Atlanta
This afternoon. at four o'clock a is much larger than it was last year, Undoubtedly the funniest play of
Use The Sentinel Want Ads For ResultsFRANK
ancing class for children will be or- and several of the truckers in his section the year is with us tonight, at low and Jacksonville. I

anized at the Cathedral school. Par will reap a havest. They will prices. A beautiful production of a

ents are invited to come with their I_hetrin shinning about the middle of side-splitting play is promised. Don't ...
children. I I0 March. miss this and regret it tomorrow.The -I

- funniest event since Coburn's.TOO .

An interesting program has been FUNERAL SERVICES FOR RICHARD A. CURTIS WILLIAM R: O'NEAL

arranged by Mrs. Stanley for the YOWELL LATE TO CLASSIFY

Suffrage tea on Thursday afternoon,
Established 1886 .
three o'clock, at the home of Mrs. (Continuea trom page 1)) LOST- Umbrella, crooked wooden
Mahlon Gore, on Lucerne Circle. was reared and in which he died. I handle with name on end. Finder
I return to C. Allen, 103 East Robinson
Misses Switzer will tell of their interview -
Richard
was our companion,
our avenue. Suitable reward to finder.224.1t' .
with militant- suffragists in friend, of our spirit and of our life. CURTIS
& O'NEAL
London. Miss Safford, state presi-I Now that he is no more it is vain for .
dent, will make a talk. us to try to express in words our WANTED-One or two rooms for
is invited. A silver offering will be sense>f loss. Our grief is unfeigned, light housekeeping, by two ladies,
within walking distance of
taken for the work. I and our sorrow beyond our speech.. I Address DeLaney Drug Co. town. INSURANCE LOANS .

-- The members of the society of "The 2-24

. Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Biggs, who Young Presbyters" herein express
have been spending the winter at the their profoundest sympathy for Mr. TODAY'S BIG AUCTION SALE OF REAL ESTATE RENTALS

Lake Highland Club House, at Clear- Yowell, our leader and friend, and for HORSES AND MULES .

mont, are in the city, the house guestsof his entire family, and pray for him Magruder's Stables, Wednesday, .
Mrs. Wm. Biggs on Lake Cherokee. and them that the fullness of thegrace February 2-1, at 1 p. m., L. E. Bates
--0-- of God in time of trial, of which will sell two car loads of horses and
mules. Those in need of
stock shouldbe t
The Presbyterian "Sit Round" was the Good Book speaks, may be his on hand where you will have all
postponed yesterday on account of and theirs. : sizes and colors to select from. Anyone
the Yowell funeral, until Tuesday of GEORGE DOLIVE. wanting to buy at private sale or
next week.Campaign. exchange: can do so any time before
LUDOLPH WICHTENDAHL. For Sale
the auction sale starts. Don't forget
--0-- SIDNEY NEWELL. the date. Sale positive, rain or shine.OSTEOPATHY. '
Now On for Presidency of

Washington.-D.The A. R.factions of the MEN'S: OPEN FORUM House eight rooms. Lot 65J xl67. Price

Daughters of the American Revolu- Wednesday, February 24, at 730p.
m. Do you want to know about I
tion are organizing their forces for $4500.00. A bargain.
the Boy Scout movement Do you DR. J. c. HOWELL
old time contest in April, when
an a want to .
exhibition
see an of what
Osteopathic Physician and
successor to Mrs. William Cumming Scouts are taught to do? Come to I Kirksville Graduate Surgeon
Story as president general is to be the meeting in the Chapter House on Consultation Free

elected. Jefferson come. This street.means All you.men are- wel-I( Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan -

Mrs. George T. Guernsey, of Kansas I HoteL ,

is a candidate, and her friendsillllllii Get the news in the Sentinel first. Office Phone Orlando 716;, Residence Fla. 1018 ., . . I . I I I I 11.1111 I I I I I I " , , III'

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GUARANTEES Establishing: a New Standard of Tire Values

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6,000 MILES ON 3 AND 3/2 INCH SMOOTH CASINGS / Size Plain Tread Casing Non-Skid Casing Tubes s

30 X 3 ___________$9.00 $ 9.45 $2.35 .
7,:>00. MILES ON 3 AND ;32 INCH KANT-SLIP CASINGS
30 x 3 /, ________$11.60 12.20 2.70

:3,000 MILES ON ALL OTHER SIZES SMOOTH CASINGS 33 x 4 __________$19.05 20.00 3.85 .

6.000 MILES ON ALL OTHER SIZES KANT-SLIP CASINGS. 34 x 4 __________$19.40 20.35 4.00 ,

36 x 4i/2 ________$27.35: 28.70 5.20
Why not buy XX Casings with a guarantee worth ,.
while and have an end; 37 x 5___________$32.30 33.90 6.25
to tire troubles
If you pay more than Fisk Prices you pay for something that does not exist.



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FOR SALE-Best truck farm in Pros- ciThI
CUT PRICESTO per Colony for sale at a bargain if lJumUer. La.-t11 S11i11gles
SENTINELWANTS sold in 60 days. Farm consists of 15
acres of as good land as there is in
GETREADY Orange county; 7 acres in cultivation; v
all under fence; 6 room house auto t
and wagon sheds, feed barn, stables. .
CASH corn crib and poultry house; crop and
some farming tools go with place.S. .
S. Bowman, Taft, Fla.
2-19-d&wk-lmo
The Morning Sentinel Want

65 acres, Sanford and Orlando Directory is the Greatest Want FOR SALE-Story & Clark upright ORLANDO
Ad Medium in Orlando. grand piano won by Miss Myrtle
Brick Road. Weeks in the recent contest will be
Terms Cash in Adrance. sold for benefit of Baptist church

5 Room House, close in. Easy building fund. Piano may be seen
RATES at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E.

Terms. For One Day ______________23t Weeks 10 Washington street. Cement Plaster and
For Three Days ___-_______50c 1-13-tfc Royal Agatite Perfection Lime
I Lot in Highland Grove. For Six Days ______________75c

For One Month ____________$2. 0 FOR SALE-Rhode Island Red eggs
2 Lots, Concord Park This rate applies on all ads of for setting; fine stock; $1.00 for 13.

-- 25 words or less. If the ad con- Mrs. Calder. Phone 708. 2-3-lmoc ..
Seminole Park Lots tains more than 25 words the rate

will be one cent per word for FOR SALE
Acerage, 3 miles out, easy each additional word, for each in- Terms to Suit Purchaser
terms. sertion.If Good citrus and truck land, cleared,
you can't bring your ad to in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots, on yur. 1lnefl/rJ
We will do business on any of the office telephone No. 24. Ac- brick road to be built this year two
the above. counts opened by telephone will be miles from Orlando. Phone 1024, 4
payable the following day. rings, or white II. G. Jackson, R. F. D. .
No. 2, Orlando, for appointment.
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Every Home--Every Business- 2-14-lmo'

Every Man has use for a
ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Sentinel Want Ad. FOR SALE-On account of poor
health,the undersigned hereby offers
for sale at a bargain, his desirable KINCAID ann SNOVVBENOrlando's ;
.
W tkn! Block PHONE 5O4 property located at the corner of
FOR SALE West street and Ridgewood avenue.

This property is central, in a first
-For FineWATCH FOR SALE-Kew Smith Premier class neighborhood, and convenientto
typewriter at less than half price. school, business, lake and park.
CLOCK and Address Doctor Roney, Orlando, Fla. Owner will sell all, or part, cash or Largest and Cheapest
-23-3t
REPAIRING terms. Property consists of nice new .
JEWELRY
bungalow, fronting on Ridgewoodavenue
FOR SALE-21-2 horse power enginefor has six rooms and large
call C. VATER whois sale. 402 Gore ;
on -23-6t avenue. ceiled basement with flue, suitable for FURNITURE HOUSE

an expert at this trade kitchen or laundry; lot 47x85 feet;
house unfurnished. Price $2,100.
FOR SALE OR RENT Two
story
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with many years experience Also, nearly new, two-story six- 1
cottage, seven rooms and bath,
modern conveniences, roomy porches. room cottage, fronting on West street Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
with shed and lot 46x117
at Youngs RepairShopOpp. excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. greenery; A
2-23-tf feet; house partly furnished. Price .
Post Office; Pine StreetOSTEOPATH $1,950.
FOR SALE-A] big lot of fresh Geor- Also a beautiful connecting corner
raised lot, 70\83: feet fronting on two
gia country hog sausages. II.r .
streets, and graded for basement
Also a lot of budded pecan trees.
Country raised meat. W. E. Powell, building. Price $1.000. For cash anda :
217 Boone street. 2-23-3t quick sale owner would dispose of
all of the above to one party, for Aa

OAK WOOD-On the lot cut four $4.300. E. N. COY. 2-2-lmoc
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER feet long, in lots to suit; or the

Office corner Orange Avenue and whole lot. Price right if taken at FOR RENT Eventuallv You Will Use

. Church St., Davis & McNeil BIdg., once. Chas. F.:Nason, 700 W. Amelia
avenue. 2-23-6t FOR RENT-Furnished room withor
Phone 419. without board. Apply 404 East ,

TO" FOR SALE OR RE 'rr-An eight Church. 2-21-3t
room house, furnished, near Lake "
Lucerne; one of the best locations; FOR RENT-Small flat modtrn con
call and see it; 510 DeLaney street. veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A
Also Ford auto and Mathushek piano Knox. 11-3-tf
FOR SALE for sale. T. J. Walker. 2-21-61

NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM GAS
FOR SALE-70 acres high class virgin to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
Four Lake Front Lots pine timber land; located two 10-25-tf
and one-half miles from Winter Parkon
paved road. $1,500. J. E. Crawford -
on Colonial Drive East and office over McElroy Pharmacy. WANTED

Broadway 31 bearing -21-3t
; orange WANTED-Good second hand, col-

trees. 5200 Garage. All FORD TOURING CAR, 1914 model, apsible canvas boat. Phone 716.
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for S3000. in rfist class condition. Price $350. 2-23-2t I FOE .
109 Silliman street. 2-21-3tc
WANTED woman to come to my
PHONE 567and FOR SALE-Gentle horse Macey house to make over dresses. Sew
by the day or would give board and
wagon, and buggy. Apply 411 ;
West street. 2-18-6t some pay to good hand. Address Box
I will show the best
you and
216. 2-23-31 HeatingBecause
Cooking
bargain in Orlando. FOR SALE-Buick touring car, fully

equipped; speedometer, Presto tank, FOR RENT-Two large furnished
etc. A bargain. Act quick. Call/at rooms, with bath in private family.
Ford Garage, Church street. 2=2-tf Furnished for light housekeeping or
not. 205 Ruth street. 2-21-3t -
FOR SALE-Five'room cottage, all it is the most convenient, most

modern conveniences completely WANTED-Situation; practical nurs-
furnished, 307 Broadway avenue. Apply ing, or housekeeper. Address X,
"DIXIE LIMITED"Between avenue.to Mrs. McDade, 312 1.27.1mo'FOR Broadway care the Sentinel. 2-21-6t* cleanly and most efficient fuel known.


SALE-A residence WE REQUIRE a responsible businessman Gas User? I
with all modern good conveniences city ; part, The in Dewey each locality Drainage to Excavating representus. Why not begin today as a

"Owner cash balance" Sentinel on time.office.Address company. Woodward building, Wash time labor and
care You will
I eksonville, Chicago and St. Louis -7-lmoc ington, D. C. 2-21-St save expense.


Reestablished January 6, 1915 SALE-Five WANTED position as dry goods
FOR passenger touring salesman. Am familiar with all
Northbound Daily Southbound car" in A-l condition; cheap for departments. Best of references fur- .
cash, or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor,
nished. Address S., care Sentinel.
9:35 am Lv. Jacksonv'eMacon Ar. 7:30 pm 905 East Central avenue. Phone 696. 2-20-6t-
6OSpra Ar. Lv.11:45 am 1-4-tf
8:03pm Ar. Atlanta Lv. 8:35 am
12:18 am Ar. Chattan'ga Lv. 4:37 am WANTED-Salesman and solicitor, -
4.50 am Ar. Nashville Lv.12.10 am FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock with auto; also two salesmen with ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO '
and best farm in
tools county; variety -
autos.
9:28 am Ar. Evansville Lv. 7:30pm out Inquire Singer Sewing;
6:35 pm Ar. Chicago Lv.11:30 am fruits 1,600 trees; elegant up- Machine Co., 43 East Pine street.
to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock 2-16-tfs
2:59 pm Ar. St. Louis Tv:2:1S'pmSolid : ?Idg_ Orlando. J. Van Buskirk own

er. _ 1-16-tfc I' LOST-35x41-2 automobile tire on GAS DEPARTMENT i
Train 'int-Observa-
Compartic rim. Finder will please return to
tion cars Standard Pullman cars and FOR SALE ,
'I J. L. Dillard Winter Garden, Fla.
coaches between Jacksonville and 75 acres suitable for citrus culture and receive reward. 2-17-tfc
Chicago. Standard Pullman sleepers and truck farming, bordering on a
Jacksonville to St. Louis.DINING pretty lake and has one-half mile I
FOR FRESH VEGETABLES and -
the Orlando to'Sanford
frontage on
strawberries, phone H. McDaniel,
brick road, this frontage being adapted -
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CARS 708. Parties coming to the gardenfor
for nice home sites; could be sub- vegetables will be given low 1

divided feet each into, leaving 40 building about plots 60 acres 60x200 for prices. 2-20-lmo Pioneer Paint &Wall Stre
Atlantic Coast Line Findley's Paper
citrus fruits and truck farming; five y
Umbrellas recovered and repaired
minutes walk to railroad station F Fir Sale
Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. stores, hotel, school and churches. "while you wait at Young's Repair r
When you consider location and good Shop, 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc Has always en hand a large and well selected\

G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., advantages transportation the facilities property's with real valueis other BUYERS AND SELLERS stock of Wall Papers. High Grade Varnishes, Paints,

Tampa. Florida. $7,500. It is owned by a non-resi- I buy, sell rent and exchange real Brushes, Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies.
dent who needs money. lIe author- estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., .
izes me to sell it for $3,000. Who- over 30 years. Have handled over CONTRACTORS FOR PAINTING AND PAPER "ANGlNq({
ever buys this property gets a bargain. $20,000,000. Call and see me.
For further particulars, call on 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. Jf r'JL/t .orange grove; has been ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU.
E. C. Young, room 10, McNeill & '
Davis building, corner Church street TRACY & MOORE; CARPENTERSHouse set out a year; select budded trees,

and 1-31-tfc Orange avenue. Orlando. repairs of all kinds done orange and grapefruit; there are FINDLEY'S PIONEER
promptly; repairing of leaky roofs;
screen doors and,windows a specialty; 111-2 acres in the grove; located on
SELECTED MANAtEE COUNTY sleeping porches'counters, shelving, PHONE 67 Corner Pine and Court

DR. L H. RAMSDELL LANDS garages office fixtures; window and Lake Jem Mary, between Lake Con-
On the Gulf highlands of the fam- door frames made to order. Get our
of
OPTOMETRISTS : ous Sarasota Bay district South Flor- prices. 18 East Church street. A way and Lake Jennie Jewel, 3-4 a

( ...... tw Dr. C. F. L&1-, dia. Fertile soil, heavy and late ship- postal will bring us. 1-11-lmo mile from Pine Castle road soon to
pers of grapefruit and oranges; heavy
O&LANDO. FLORIDA and early shippers of winter vegeta- be bricked; new up to date seven room
WE FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSE bles; no killing frosts; healthful cli-
AND DO ALL KINDS OF mate; invigorating salt air from the D. K. DavidsonGOLF house; good large barn and other The 14:3etOF :
gulf' ; pure water from flowing arte-
OPTICAL TOCPAIRTVCEstablished sian wells; this proved and tested INSTRUCTOR buildings. This'proposition is for ,
land close to transportation sur- CLEANLINESS OF QUALI FY
quick sale on easy terms. Inquire of
1870 rounded by prosperous groves and Orlando Country Club OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
farms, we offer at a low price on J. B. Magruder, Jr., office in Arcade; I j
R. E. COCHRAN CO.. Inc. small payment down, balance ten Telephone No. 249. FRESH AND SALT MEATS

132 Park Place, New York years to at pick 6 per from.cent.Immense Large acreagenow leap in 0: see the ownei, j I Kept under the best sanitary condition

Wholesale Dealers and Commission values will follow. This special offeris PHONE 646 Everything screened away from the files and kept fresh

Merchants in Florida Orangesand not to speculators, but ot those G. M. BISSELL I sad .
Grapefruit who will actually develop the land. AUTO FOR HIRE pnr
Exceptionally fine class of residents We inritrtMpeettoB and guarantee satisfaeti W. hveverything

Represented by coming in. FIRST CLASS REPAIRING- at 1-;8-lm- I in the Meat line
grove
Geo. W. Tull, Orlando, Fla. Write today for full information.SARASOTAVENICE .
BARNARD & SON I
Liberal advances made on con CO., .
Box 609, Sarasota, Fla. K. :M. Self S& Co.
signments.R. 2-21-lmoe 17 Hughey; Street Orlando Fla.1210la .

E. Cochran, President.T. I I L PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET

L. Turney, Treasurer. Again vre call your attention to the J
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If you have a Wash Goods need, now is the time to fill it.
We are splendidly equipped to supply your every wash goods Unrivalled in Florida and in the South. Here is a wonderland -
need, with new spring ;jgoods. Broad assortments and exceptionally of beautiful Millinery; hundreds of new and becoming
Hats, full of individuality and distinctiveness. Distinctive
III low pricing.WHITE
j and wonderful in their beauty and for their faithful interpretation *
COTTON VOILE, a sheer fine quality; 40 in- of the Parisian models. These beauties are the creation -
__ches wide, specially priced at _______________________25c of well-known eastern Milliners, and embody value, variety -
beauty and correctness of style not obtainable elsewhere
SILK ORGANDIES, very fine and sheer, beautifulDolly at low Double the Store's ,
so a cost. Big price would we feel,
Varden patterns, 40 inches wide ____________60c be a fair average comparison. Flowers of all kinds from tiny Qi
TISSUE FILLET, a beautiful lace stripe fabric, very boquets to wreath effects, are extensively used for trimmings,
sheer floral designs, dainty colorings, 36 inches wide50c and lend a youthful charm. Black and all the new shades are I

AVILON LEND a dainty printed fabric, very fine and here. O
- I' sheer, beautiful designs, 36 inches wide ____________40cBELMAR 8 I

VOILES,handsome conventional designs, the ..
kind our grandmothers use to wear, 36 inches wide35c BOYS' DEPARTMENT

PRINTED VOILES, dainty colorings, in floral and Jac- 81T
quard patterns, 36 inches wide,___________________30c OUR BOYS CtlrnU STORE.can truly be called the
.' CREPE PLISSE in small neat designs, floral, stripes...:.. Mother's Friend. Here she Hiaj._, uor boy a suit with a
Q and figures, light and dark colors, 32 inches wide ___25c sure guarantee of stylishness and ser\u --* at the
same time practice economy. The new Spring Suns Ua___ vy
h: CREPES, beautiful line in large floral and small neat and desirable and low priced.
very
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patterns, dainty colorings, 32 inches wide 19c have'the
\ We Famous line of SPRAGUE MADE WASH
\. HINDOO CLOTH,the most beautiful silk finish, trans- SUITS AND ROMPERS. You may select from these late :
parent fabric we have ever shown, plain white, 45 models, Oliver Twist, Midyt Balkan and Tommy Tucker, in all
inches wide _______________________________ ___$1.00 the best and newest varieties of materials.
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PIQUE in plain white, very popular this season, largeand _
small welts, and a splendid quality at ___________25c

c:: PERSIAN LAWN, a beautiful wash fabric, full 43 in-... OUR BEAUTIFUL GARMENT SOLONS -
ches wide plain white ______ ____ ____ __________25c;:
: : : ARE NOW IN THEIR SPRING ARRAY
DOTTED SWISS, small neat dots, in plain white, very 1t81 I
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 effects, suits with their smart short
stunning new
in white, with small neat embroidered de-
signs, 36 inches wide S1.25 waists and widely flared skirts, in Gabardines, Poplins, Serges '
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and Mixtures.
ti- PRINTED MULLS, dainty designs and colorings, light The dresses are perfect little dreams of beauty, as fresh I .
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. -
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Just arrived, our Spring and Summer Lines of Straw and
Panama Hats, in all the newest styles and braids, also our "
Spring line of Neckkwear, one of the nobbiest lines ever dis- Onyx"HosieryOnyx '
played in the city at 50c. Look over our Men's Department.
It is complete both for young men, and men that stay young.
Let us show you.

the popular

OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT Hose. We are showing 0

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o Just received a full line of Spring Footwear.f. 7*. ing tans, white and fancy,
1 o that's good in White Canvas, Buck, Patent and Kic-. ..p a and the best pure thread 0
Slippers, in the new strap effects. silk
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HOTELSTHE LOSS OF ENTIRE ARMY ATTRACTIVE HOMESTEAD I j

Seeds Seeds Seeds !

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KEYSTONE HOTELCorner CORPS BEFALLS Enterprising German Is Improving '

Five Acre Tract at j! ;
West and Church Streets South End of Kuhl NEW STORE
Splendid service Excellent joom Hot and cold "a er. Oneof the best RUSSIANS I AvenueMr.
cooks in the state. Rates t.. O per week and up. Special; i rates to parties '
wishing table board. NEW SEEDS
F. Zankin, an enterprising Ger- j ,
W. G. DUNCAN, Prop ONLY DISORGANIZED PORTIONS .
man who came from New York state I I

OF THE CORPS to Orlando about a year ago and pur- ;.( Sweet Corn, Field Corn, Peas, Beans, Etc.t'e
"COLLIER GROVE"-ON LAKE APOPKAFOR REMAIN ;
VISIT chased the B. M. Smith five acres on
THE BEST FISHING the south end of Kuhl avenue, is mak- j guarantee our seeds to be fresh. | ; |

On main country road, four miles east of Clermont and three miles west of Pope Again Trying to Arrange ing that one of the prettiest places inI Don't '
Ookland; 16 miles west of Orlando, at Bear's Gap Station T. & G. R. R. Peace, but So Far Has Met the city. He has built a pretty bun- '. be disappointed, come to us [for Dru!s >

Parking place for Autos.*'Fine Pier and Pavilion and Picnic Grounds. Tripsto With Failure-Other galow and a large department house and Garden Seed. t

wonderful "Boiling Springs." Steel Motor and Row Boats, well equipped, with storage rooms, below. i
for hire. Agents for Ferro Motors and Mullln's Steel Boats. War News Mr. Zankin is an expert gardener -t

Oakland Office with T. Connell, Grocer. Telephone at residence, "Collier and with that thoroughness characteristic -I : t
Paris, Feb. 22.-The loss of almostan
Grove," call Monte Verde. Pavilion on pier. Can be engaged for dancing 'of a German is making his
entire army corps in the recent retreat grounds the most attractive in the City Drug Store!'
purposes.
East Prussia is admittedby '
from
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city. He has recently planted one i 1
the Russian general staff in its thousand roses and an equal number |; : "A "
TOURISTS ATTENTION! version of the German victory. It is of fancy ferns, besides several varieties 1'1!j GOOD DRUG STORE. |
of the
said only disorganized portions of carnations. i i
J. L. IDBJLK Ph.G. t
We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando corps escaped. The success of the His grounds are being laid off inartistic i i ,
Germans is attributed to the overwhelming .
Prepared by our New York Cook number of their troops and manner and graded and beau- ..;.111 Ie I sa 1110 UII III U 1111111 II IIIII 1111111111 Jill.
tified by his skillful hand in real land-i i
their superior transportation facili- style. No part of the city is..
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100 Rooms Bath Steam Heat. $1.00 -
ties.Unofficial showing greater enterprise in build- ,
reports from Petrogradsay ing and beautifying than Kuhl ave I
Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water the main Russian army succeededin nue, and Gore past the II. L. Beeman WRIGHT SEED C '!
escaping from the German trap place, and Orange past the Giles' .
EMPIRE HOTEL and has in turn taken the offensive. place to Lake Lucerne. I t

This is corroborated in part by the I We carry the Largest Stock of Seed in
Russian staff which says when the retreating -
54 Light Housekeeping Rooms army reached the positions' Thursday THE and MIKADO FridaEnnings Orange Lounty. Agents for : i : elebra-

designated by the Russian commanders Lucerne Theatre I ted National Guano Fertilizers t''
ROSSMORE INNWindermere a stand was made and the Ger-
GRAY HAIR FASHIONABLE, AS
mans Germany repulsed Fly with Over heavy SwitzerlandAn losses. WAR EXCLUDES DYES I 206 So. Orange Ave.'i,'

aeroplane believed to be Ger- I j
This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric man was fired on by soldiers' while London.-One of the most surprising !! 1'i
lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, witch Swiss territory, and forced result of the war is the large' -:: .
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The government &
ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. to recently descend.made amends to Switzerlandfor fashion one now sees both in London .. . . . . . . . ..

1 violation of that country's neu- and Paris. 'l-
The truth is that the best hair
TheO eola---- -Pocono-Manor trality by aeronauts.It .
Inn have been made in Ger- j
is reported in Rome that Pope dyes hitherto I REAL ESTATE 1 i :
I Emperor many. The supply has been rut off :i'
Orlando Florida Pocono Manor Pa Benedict. again has approached i : :
William in the hope of prepar- by the war, and the women were face i i
to face with the alternative of asi i i,
I .
ing the way for peace. A Rome news- i
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that Germany while en- suming their natural color or taking ;,
paper says
he risk of producing some weird efj j
excellent military position .
MANAGER joying is feeling an more keenly the effects of feet by changing their dye. ; We bud sell all classes! and kinds of Real Estate.* ?

If you put one sort of dye on top i+i':
the and has modified its views on \
Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round the war subject of peace conditions.An of another it is said that the conlict I If you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to calls

European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite Australian mail steamer was of chemicals may produce anything j: and talk your wishes over with us. I
Com to c"m- !:
fired on by an armed merchantman in sea green spontaneous ,
the English Channel, but was not bustion. Anyhow; dyeing the haiis i: The manager of this firm has had years of experJ
from no longer smart in the circles that !, ,
struck, according to a dispatch
Plymouth. Otherwise there were no set the fashions. Gray is recognized i : fence dealing in Florida investments, having sold over aj i iI
as the most becoming hue in the circumstances :
developments in the situation grow- of the time. ,I million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last I t
ing out of the German' naval war zone :

decree. The Berlin report of the !:I two years. \
sinking of a British transport lacks HALF MILLION DOLLAR FIRE j t

confirmation. BUSINESS PART OF EAST I I:t. We are well posted on the values of all classes and
.. ST. LOUIS '! '
!: kinds of Florida property.Ve want listed with all *
TIlE :MIKADO ----- i f us i
Thursday and Friday Evenings East St. Louis, Ill.. Feb. 22.-Fire' :
THE ARCADE HOTELJ. Lucerne Theatre in the business district early today !i :'" bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real J

caused property damage estimated at i :
B. MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop. The entire brsi- Estate Bargains.
DANGERS CONFRONTING AMERICAN more than 500000. | 'I !
VESSELS ness section was thrown into dark ':
First Class Restaurant Livery and Autosin
ness by the melting of electric cables.and :

Building in ConnectionsORLANDO Washington, Feb. 22.-Sinking of panics followed in apartment i:. ,
Orlando Fla. the American steamer Evelyn, off the houses and hotels near the scene. An :' :
German coast, presumably by a mine explosion in the building of the Zeig- : :I VIARINGREALR. ESTATE COMPANY
---- -- -- although the crew was saved, brought enhein Brothers Furniture company';: ,

vividly before official Washington today started the blaze. I

the dangers to which American J D. WARING Manager j
vessels are exposed in the waters ad- CONTRACTORR. :

ROOFINGAND jacent to the belligerent coasts of N. SEYMOUR is the man to see Rooms 4 and Watkins Block Phone No. 63111.15tf 'j
Europe.The before letting contract, if you; are going
American note warning Ger- to build and want the best house "

SHEET METAL CO. many against attacks on American possible P. O. Box for 195.money LPhone invested.478. . H t lr
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vessels in the sea war zones applied 2-18-1moc t

only to submarines. Since the out- _____ L

Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos, break been mined of the by war both the North Germany sea and has LUCERNE THEATRE ::!(I K Feb. 24 !

Great Britain, and an added warningwas ,
and Rubber
Roofings
given to neutral commerce by the
German reply to the American note Special $1 Matinee 3 P. M. :
Cornices Skylights. Healing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings last week in announcing that mines I .
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would be strewn in the waters sur-

Works: 14 E. Church St. ., ORLANDO rounding Great Britain and Ireland. i ,
and in the English Channel. 8BNS SQIM YIAft IN HEWYORtfTHE i

The only message before the de )
partment early today was from
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\"ay d01.it you et the rih-' "blown reported up that," but the did Evelyn not had give been the SUCCESS OF THE CENTUR.VGEOpiE i

medicine tor cause. His cablegram stated that the it
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iL1.atcold? the crew was
N the crew had been landed in Germany ,

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London, Feb. 22.Germanys sub I
marine activities continue the c.hie'.opic .
of interest in the United Kingdom ,

although British shipping! apparently I
is moving with its usual)
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STRU , a freedom.
The Scandinavian neutrals are

showing much alarm. A great sensation ,
was caused in those countries bv .

torpedoing of the Norwegian team I.
hiD Belridge off Folkestone last
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week.Representatives of the Scandina tI

ian governments are holding anotnei s SAP I

I conference today, the outcome of ,,
I which is awaited with much interc & ABji/Vr ,
by neutral shippers. The question o>
t tt
a naval convoy, it is understood, is
I being seriously considered at the conference ,

STOP THAT COLD! If you don't you may have pneumonia and but the guarded comments of A VITAU.AND I VIVID I
die. This is plain talk but you had better heed our warning.I the newspapers show it is clearly: recognized .

When you come to us for medicines for your cold or any that such a step might eventually DRAMA OF'N.Y LIFE
thing else wrong with you, we sell you the best preparations brine the Scandinavian conn- ,
science and honesty can compound. REXALL COLD TABLETS. tries into the war. I
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ORDERS WHEAT TO BE BLOW SAFE; GET $;;,500 W. C. T. U. ANNOUNCEMENTS: I Former Governor J. Frank Hanly ,
4fT SOWN of Indiana, chairman of the executive I

Farmersburg, Ind., Feb. 22.-Robbers Daniel A. Poling, National Citizen- I committee of the squadron, and regarded -' Opera ::E3:01..J.se
blew the safe in the Citizens of its real "dread-
Venice Feb. 22.-The appeal issuedto ship superintendent of the United Sod as one ,
State bank here during the night an naughts lIon. Oliver W. Stewart, (
farmers by the Austrian ministerof cities of Christian Endeavors and ; WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 24thA
got $5,500. The robbery was not discovered Doctor Charles M. Shelddon, noted former member of the Illinois state ,
agriculture, in which he urged until this morning. The safehad author of "In His Steps" are the legislature, and noted throughout the I
them not to leave a single plot of been drilled by electricity. There speakers of the first group of the country as a prohibition worker and Battleship Full of 50 TIIEY'RE .
ground anywhere uncultivated was is no clue. Flying Squadron of America which lecturer, and lion. John B. Lewis, of
followed today by a peremptory decree will visit Orlando, on March 1, 2 and II Boston Mass, former member of the J a I
by the Austrian government or- THE MIKADO 3, according to announcements made Massachusetts legislature, and the Entrancing Mexican )IEXICO
dering land owners to sow immediately Thursday Lucerne and Friday Theatre Evenings by the local committee in charge of the man who backs up his convictionswith 1-3 TIllS

every available part of their arrangements for the coming of the his money and has contributed MaIdens PEOTIME
ground with spring wheat. Don't overlook the want ads. squadron.This $10,000 to the support of the squadron P LEThe
announcement has caused special come to make up the third groupof
interest to be manifested in the the squadron for the closing meet-
r Laugh of Your Life SEE
local Christian Endeavor societies of ings.Miss .
the various churches, and it is ex- Vera Mullin,' of Winchester, MUTT
THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S pected that large delegations will at- Ind., noted on the Chautauqua plat-
tend the meetings from these various form of the country as one of its MUTT AND JEFF \F
organizations to extend a cordial wel- leading sopranos, is the soloist for
TRANSFERDr. come to Mr. Poling, as well as to the this group. She will sing a numberof TAKE
members of the squadron accompanying selections at these two closing
B. D. WIENENGA Prop him who are engaged in the ef- meetings, which have won her many IN MEXICO 1ER.1
fort to make nation-wide prohibitionan friends in the different cities where i I CRUZWITH .
and accomplished fact. she has visited with the squadron. I
Livery Draying HaulingWE
Mr. Poling and Doctor Sheldon will Hugh B. Porter of Marion, Indiana
speak on the afternoon and eveningof regarded as one of the promising ITS THE TRIED AND TRUE SMOKELESS
the first named date in the First young pianists of the country, will POWDER
play the accompaniments and assistin
Methodist church.
GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE FUN FROLIC
Rev. Daniel V. Poling, pastor of the rendition of the musical pro

the Congregational church of The gram of the services. OF THE CENTURY EVERYTIHNGYOL"L
Dalles, Ore., and noted in the far
AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK West as a musical director and solo- ARE DOING EXCELLENT: WORK NEVER HE DISAPPOINTED IS NEW
ist of ability, will be in charge of the I' I A GUS HILL SHOW AND UP

Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited musical program of both services. I The work on the room in the Watkins TO TIlE
William L. Patton, of Portland, Ore.
block recently occupied by the ; Seats on Sale at BUrrS CANDY SIIOP.
will be the pianist of the occasion. l II UTE
postoffice is progressing nicely and j
HORSES FOR SALE The second group of the squadron Best Seats 51.00. Prices $1.00. 75c.. 50c.
will soon be ready for a local candy |
will arrive in the city on the date the
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company. The F. II. Immer & Co. i_
Phone 257. Orlando Florida members are to conduct the meeting of Jacksonville, expert moulders and I
close on the heels of the members of |I
plasterers are manufacturing some
the first group who will be conduct- unique casts that will be used in the I
ing their meetings in Tampa simulta- interior decorations. The moulds are
with those of the second group 1 .
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--------- carefully prepared, then the plaster :
here showing most conclusively, it is them, then re-inforced !'
poured over Priced For ReasonsIN
Special Special
ANADDED JOY word in
said just what the "flying" with burlap, more plaster and al- !'
the name of the squadron really lowed to set. They are then taken I ORDER THAT I MAY GO NORTH TO MY BUSINESSA

I To the letters means. from the moulds. Electric light fix- I good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800
j t you receive This group will be composed of Dr. tures, panel designs and many other f 11 full bearing Orange, Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two A
'4 if they are writtenon Ira Landrith, president of Ward-Bel- mould will be manufactured. The blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addi-
j mont college, of Nashville, Tenn., and t tion to making a home this property will make a yearly return on
I that is and
stationery that is of f of the International process is one interesting I the investment of from 10 to 25 per cent, according to crop and
leader for -
a many years considerable; attention.
I attracting market conditions price $8,500.00; also A
Y. M. C. A., Dr. Wilbur
fine quality and correct I :My Residence Property in Winter Park 12-room New Modern
"F. Sheridan, general secretary of the t
dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front 20 acres of
shape. I Epworth League of America, and Dr. land highly improved, 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees irrigated
,, Carolyn E. Geisel, of Battle Creek, DoctorsBiicknmsfcr I garden. Property is close in, well located close to the new '
HIGHLAND LINENs I Mich., with the Battle Creek San itaI Country Club House and Golf :Links, a property good enough for
F t & Bnnulaucs the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale $16-
fills every requirementof I rium.With i 500 and will give possession' in 30 days. t
: this group will come Freder- the most exacting I ick Butler, of New York and formerly will pay a commission of Five per cent, reserving the right to list '
because it is I basso with the Alice Neilson the property at will or to sell it myself.
customer : Personal instruction under Dr. Still
Opera company who was for five
"CRANE41quality.. years the leading soloist with Rev. at KirksyilIe.10.. ED. F.< B EEZELBOX

llll1/dJI/ )\ Dr. J. Wilbur Chapman, world evan- Hours 9 to 121; to 5; Evenings by 33, WINTER PARK FLORIDA

JYJV.. S. Branch gelist. Mrs. Butler will be the pian- appointment. Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places.
ist for the musical numbers of the 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples
blIJIIIIJ THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE E two services. National Bank. Phone 578.

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4 Amelia Ave Lot Sale






=THE BIG OUT-DOOR NOVELTY EVENT: .







Public Wedding Band Concepts '









Free Autos to (Grounds S Solivellir S 50011 n F For r 'Ev ry La






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 i


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


business center at 930. Everybody invited. Everybody expected. See for particulars--




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

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18 FISH WEIGH 36 POUNDS

B N Mr J. J. Riddle, stopping at the
PAY BY CHECK San Juan, took a day of fishing yesterday -

on Lake Apopka, and came in
with eighteen beauties that weigheda
little better than 36 pounds in the

aggregate They were caught with

rolling lines.POLICE .
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COURT YESTERDAYJoe -T

1" Kirkland, arrested by Officer,
Broom for getitng drunk, was fined
TAKE NO CHANCE $5! in police court yesterday; James E .

Thomas, arrested by Officer Broom

DON'T send money through the mails. If for fighting, was fined $10, and Paul t

the letter is lost, the contents are lost and cash Banks, arrested by Officer Peel for tf f .

seldom finds its way back. exceeding the speed limit, was fined
$10. You arc Invited to examine the ex-

Think of SAFETY FIRST.
t liibition of .2aQQQ.OO in ancient and
Buy a Bank Draft. If the draft is lost we issue CONCORD PARK

another-you don't Jose a cent. Cost is little, Mr.\ and Mrs. A. A. Morey, Mr. modern coins and currency dated from

-the security certain. Charles Morey\ Mr. D. S. Bardo and
550 ]). C. to 1915 and the 10-
You can buy a bank draft here at the Mr. William Burch motored to Day- including :$ t

State Bank any business day. tona Sunday.Mr. 000.00 bill]]], ivlucli are displayed in our '
Frank A. Gifford is setting out

The State Bank ot Orlando trees Carl on Dann.his lot Mr.recently Gifford purchased expects of to = director's roon&aclc of our vaults, .

build early next winter.

Mr. Kearstead of Connecticut, is
spending a few days with his familyon
Colonial Drive.

Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Osborne, of }

New York, will spend a month at
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honeymoon cottage on Lake Dot.
A pleasant surprise was given Mr. .T. T .'.''
11 m i
i' I and Mrs. John II. Hunter Friday I t

evening._ About t..ntv. Y friends visited 0 0 ::o""<.: .
them in masquerade. Games :
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Clark, who have were
LOCAL AND PERSONAL been spending several 'days in Or- played and a jolly good time reported.
New Hampshire well 0 .
was
lando with Mrs. Clark's parents, Mr repre- 0 .0' . 0-0---
0' .
You may be one of a dozen peopleto andIrs.. Jesse Allen, 206 East Church sented from Concord Park at the New , '"
whom today's classified ads. is the I England picnic Monday-Mr. and ,.; :
street, left yesterday for their homein ; ,. ... 0
most important thing printed in the Burns, Tenn. Mrs. Brown from Manchester, Mr. 0' 1 '.

city today.Mr. and Mrs. William Davis, Mr. Charles ) J
DaisIr.. and Mrs. Worthley, Mr
Mr. and :Mrs. W. C. Kuhl and little .
James Kincaid, a prominent Clifford Worthley, and Miss \Worth-i I
i daughter, and Mrs. Dillard, who have _
business of beautiful ley of Derry, and Miss Regina Brown .0 :
man Dajtona- ' 0,0: :
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been spending a couple of weeks with II o.' ' o' '
I y-lhe-sea, represented that city in i of Plj mouth. .
Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Kuhl at their '
Orlando yesterday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs: George Proll and _
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home on Gore avenue, will leave tomorrow
I daughter, of New Jersey, have rented
for Texarkana. They will be I .....
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and Mrs. Bailey, who have been D. S. Bardo's house on Colonial Drive. a. -
spending the winter in Orlando at the accompanied as far as Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Sweet are entertaining -
by Mr. Carl Kuhl. II
Oak Lodge, left yesterday for their I friends from New York. I
home in ndiana. Mrs. Harding will entertain the

I i _I auction bridge club Tuesday after FOR A GOOD

Mr. Geo. A. Speir, one of Sanford's I I .
Two Handsome noon.Mr.
leading dry goods merchants, was in King and Mr. Fisher are tHe I
Orlando yesterday to attend the obse- champion fishermen in this section.
quies of Mr. Richard Yowell. Lake Front They did not get any "king fish" but '

they got plenty of perch and bass for Dr-Llg BLare ,

Mrs. D. C. Thompson left yesterday Grove and Homes themselves and neighbors. One catch
last week was thirty big ones.
afternoon for Plant City whershe
Mr. and Mrs. Leach entertaining
are -
will look after business affairs
Properties friends from '
for the next three or four days. Chicago. PHONE TWENTY


Mr. Geo. A. Bearden, a prominent DEATH OF S. C. HAYES

cotton buyer of Madison, Ga., who Orlando friends will regret to learnof They stamps as well as Perfumery Kodaks
has been visiting his brother-in-law, One of them is the pret- the passing of Mr. Samuel Camp carry *

Mr. Geo. E. Nolan, for several days, tiest lake front location in Hayes, of Chicago, on February 20, Candy and Toilet Articles..

returned home yesterday afternoon.Mr. the State of Florida, with 1915.
Born in Harbor Creek, Erie county,
large acreage and a most .
F. L. Corwin, Florida freight modern Pa., March 24, 1834, Mr. Hayes liveda 1
agent of the Central of Georgia rail dwelling.The most useful, kindly Christian life. ,

road, with headquarters in Jacksonville other has a fine A pioneer of Chicago, his work as

spent yesterday in Orlando look grove, with modern improvements attorney at law and architect was
ing after the interests of his road. supplemented by public Service *i<|
and worthy of U. S. deputy marshal of Chicago and

any further improvementsdesired. legislator of Cook county, serving in I Pharmacyp
Tourists registering at the San
the 35th and 36th assemblies as representative. I
Juan yesterday include Mr. and Mrs. He passed df&! ,
away peace-
W. E. Stamp, Philadelphia; Mr. and These are high priced fully with loyal faith in eternal life
Mrs. C. F. Chapman, Ipswich, Mass..
properties, but they are leaving his wife, Mrs. Clara A. Hayes,
and Miss Edith Wilhelm, Beaver, Pa.
both big bargains. and daughtersIrs.. Guy R. Potter, I _
of Chicago, and Mrs. Frances A. .
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Hargis arrivedin Wood, of Thornton Park. . .
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Orlando yesterday afternoon on "For as in Adam all die even so in
the Tampa Special from Niles, Michigan "
Christ shall all be made alive. I
and are guests of Mr. and Mrs\
SlDohetSon "But thanks be to God which giv-
Ira W. Leach at their home, 405 Con- eth us the victory through our Lord I
cord avenue. Mr. Hargis is a pros- Jesus Christ." I '
perous farmer in the Wolverine State REAL ESTATENo. F'rierias': opinionsI
and he and his estimable wife like fJ
THE MIKADO
Orlando and its surroundings very WEST PINE STREET Thursday and Friday Evenings
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much, so much so in fact, that ere I Lucerne TheatreMr. -- n -
Second Floor ;
they return north they will have a'' I .

winter home here. I and Mrs. M.\ E. Wheeler of i i
: Rutland, Vermont, and Mrs.\ Leonidas Convincing proof of efficiency in our j
"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII. . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . .t Graves, Middleton Springs, Ver- I i
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mont, compose a pleasant party now Banking 3 :
in Orlando registered at the San . %
Artistic Souvenirs : Juan. part of our new business arises from the J 1 I' .


Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Cutler of Pon- recommendation of present patrons. j '

tiac, Michigan, who have been spending .
several weeks in Orlando, left

Sterling Silver Spoons, Forks, Hand yesterday afternoon for a trip to Fort Frequently new patrons tell us that thry. .
Myers and the Miakka\ country. They
Painted China, Crumb Trays and many I like this part of Florida and are com- are establishing relations with this Bank ) I

ing back this way as they start home- .
other useful and beautiful articles typi-- ward for another visit. because we have so satisfactorily served i ,


cal of Florida and Orlando that will provea I Mr. II. R. Ward, of Columbus Ohio their friends. t

is in the city for a few days and will \
source of great delight to your friends 1 become one of Orange county's citrus 1$:

Mr. Ward is the of
growers. owner
"back North. We also I
carry a completeline grove property in California, but I A consultation with one of our officers I A +, r .
thinks that Florida is bound to lead
of up-to-date Jewelry. Our Repair I _
California in the production of citrus will convince you of the superior service t :
fruits and is more accessible to the
Department is in of
charge most compe- east and middle west.

we offer. ; -
tent workmen.
Col H. C. Conrady, of Brooklyn,
N. Y., arrived in the city yesterday,
and as usual is making his home at

T. H. EVAN nel the likes San Juan Orlando hotel.and The the genial admirationis colo- filWl I r PM' ft Trust t r. a ar I

H part mutual.of Florida He and is a induced booster a for coupleof this 'U l lllu l u (X. .l ill ( l :i

l.III his friends to come with him on
: JEWELER this visit. They are Messrs. John T. Orlando's Conservative Bank J

Jinkins and John J. Mulvey, of the :

II III same city. I


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