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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 25, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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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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Volume ID: VID00493
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I THE MORNING SENTINEL ,i




VOLUME THREE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1915. NUMBER 12. !




I KAISER SENDS- -STEAMSHIP TO BOTTOM; '







ENGLAND WILL ESCORT ALL VESSELS ;







t t GERMAN 2,000 OFF TON SUBMARINE-COAST STEAMER SINKS "U. L BMAN{ [ WANT NEAR DRAINAGE LAKE NEWMAN WELL ROUMANIANSii







SIX Reassured STEAMERS by England's LEAVE N. Offer Y. SOON to IS PRES1DENT. COUNCIL EGATION HEARS OF_PROPERTY FROM DEL- i TO WAR% IN :


HOLDERSBids


Escort Boats Dispatch, ShippersWill 0.8. &T. CO. for Drainage Wells Were :F I APRIL :


Exports Awarded Other to Notes F. J.of Raehn-]


London, Feb. 24.-A dispatch to the MeetingMr. I

Daily Telegraph states the steamer SUCCEEDS M. M. SMITH AT : MINISTER ON RETURN TO '-
Harpolian has been
torpedoed off
ANNUAL MEETING OF Fishback, Dr. Green and Capt.
i
Beachy Head in the English Channel I {| ENGLAND WILL CARRY
Will mot appeared before the City I| s
Forty-one members of her STOCKHOLDERS I
crew were NEWS
Council in its regular weekly meeting iI
rescued and three dead on the vesseL I
relative to a drainage well to relieve

The off Scarborough collier Deptford, either was by sunk a mine today or SMITH ORGANIZED[ BANK IN 1906 i the conditions Willmot near Newman lake. I CANADIANS' ANGER IS AROUSED

Capt. proposed to donate the .
by a torpedo, and rae life was lost. .
necessary land for the sinking of a -

Will Now Devote Large Shareof well in that locality, and Mr. Fish- Toronto Merchant, a German,
East Bourne Feb. 24.-The
E/ig.,
steamship Roy Parana was sunk Time to Agricultural Developments I back stated that the property owners Found Guilty on Charge of
were willing to subscribe for part of }
about seven miles east of the East !
S -Nolan's I the cost of construction. The matter Conspiring to Assist
i
Bourne pier at 1:30 o'clock this after-
Report GratifyingAt was referred to the city engineer with I German Officer
noon. Her crew of 31 was rescued j
instructions to select the best location I I
by another steamer. There I
be little doubt but that the appearsto Roy the annual meeting of the stock- j for a well and to draw up an agreement j Paris, Feb. .-The Matin's Bucharest

Parana holders of the Orlando Bank and 1 between the city and property correspondent says that Nicholas -
was torpedoed by a German
submarine. She was of about 2,000 Trust company held yesterday H. L. | owners and to report tomorrow at 9 Misu, Roumanian minister to

tons burden and was laden with coal. Beeman, a director, was elected pres- o'clock. :i I ]London, soon will return to England ,.
ident, succeeding 11. M. Smith. The Bids for the sinking of a drainage 1 bearing a note assuring the British

Reassuring Note From Great Britain"New announcement that Mr. Smith had re- well on Lake Lancaster were opened j government that the Roumanian army

York, Feb. 24--Great Britain tired as head of the stable and con- I and awarded to F. Joseph Raehn. will take the field in April.

servative banking institution was a I Bids for the construction
has notified all ship owners and I or-I
matter of genuine surprise, for it was storm sewer on South street and
agents at American ports that all I Conspiracy at Toronto
not known. avenue, near the school house, |
generally ange
vessels bound to English or French I II i j Toronto Feb. 24. Emil Neerlich, a
Mr. Smith were received, and all bids turned
was instrumental in or- j
ports with foodstuffs, ammunition or prominent local wholesale fancy
ganizing the Orlando Bank and Trust over to the city engineer for compar- j
general will be ing.'S'
supplies met 200 miles
I' | goods merchant, and a German, late
company, which was founded in 1906 ison. j.
,
beyond the German j
war zone by tor- this afternoon was found guilty by a
'
J. D. A motion made Councilman'
Judge Beggs being its first was by
pedo boat destroyers and convoyed to pres- t jprp-o iSEiring to commit an indictable -
ident, remaining in such position for Johnson that the city solicitor be in- ;
their destination. This
decision hasgreatly
)) )) offenseby assisting Arthur
three years. Mr. Smith then becameits stucted to bring suit for brick as- :J'
reassured shippers here and I ] I Zirzow, a lieutenant in the German
head and filled this sessments against all
responsible of- property owners j j
before next fleet
Sunday a of six army, to leave this country a-d join
fice until who have their
not
yesterday morning. Pre- paid assess-
steamers will leave New York withholds
[the army, and by trading with the en-
ious to that time he was vicepresident. ments, six months from date of hill '
filled
with wheat.
C--T rrd :ivi"! : infcmrtii*? to tvs
Under his rendered with the
guidance and that being commencing I
of the officials and directors the bank first lien filed. j enemy.
I
Note Is Being Kept Secret The maximum penalty is seven
has won a recognized position in A petition from property owners in i
London, Feb. 24.-A note from the in prison.Immediately .
financial circles. the neighborhood of Hillcrest and i j'years
United States was submitted to the upon the announcement -
Almost simultaneously with his Broadway that sidewalks be ordered
foreign office at seven o'clock this retirement Ii of the verdict, Neerlich's coun-
from the local bank it is down on part of Hillcrest avenue and
1 evening, although the contents of the sel entered an appeal from it andNeerlich's
known that Mr. Smith also retired as on Broadway was denied.
note are being kept secret.It sentence was held in abey- .
president of the Bank of Oviedo and On motion of Councilman Johnson
is believed, according,to the Central ance until the court of appeals disposes '
News, the note contains informal the Peoples Bank of Sanford, being a Mr. Bailey, of Griffin, Ga., was or- of the case.
succeeded at Oviedo by B. G. Smith dered to lay a sidewalk in front of
the
proposals concerning British
gov- In all probability this appeal will
and at Sanford by H. R. Stevens. The I his property.
ernment's attitude towards foodstuffs
be dismissed and Neerlich will then
into passing of Mr. Smith as president of Assessments for paving were or-
,
going Germany.
be confronted with technical
a chargeof
these three banks is a cause for con- I dered made on property owners on treason. ...

Berlin, via London, Feb. 24.-Official siderable comment. West street, Lake street, Anderson

announcement was made last From now on he will devote most street, and Robinson avenue, amount-

night that the British transport No. of his time to the development of ing to $7,994.83. What Is Believed to Be German Spy
land I System Unearthed in N. Y.
192 was sunk by a German subma- having large agricultural hold- '

rine off Beachy Head at 4:45 o'clock ings. lie will not be entirely out 'I' TO SPEAK TO TOURISTS New York, Feb. 24.-Richard P.

yesterday afternoon.A of the financial field, however, for he : I Stegler, a German, was arrested by

dispatch last night from New Ha- still owns a large amount of stock in I I Rev. J. B. Ley, pastor of the Methodist federal authorities at New York today

ven, England, said 18 members of the the above institutions.Mr. I church, will speak at the Tour- charged with obtaining a pass-

crew of the Cardiff steamer Brank- Beeman, the new president of I ist Headquarters this afternoon at port as an American citizen under a

some Chine, a government collier, the Orlando Bank and Trust com- three o'clock. Mr. Ley is an earnest, false name and upon false pretense.

had landed there and announced the pany, is a sound business man who impressive speaker and the general He was committed to the Tombs.

sinking of their vessel either by a will bring prestige and increased con- public wil find his address helpfuland Gustav Cook, of Hoboken, was ar-

mine or a torpedo in the English fidence to the powerful institution I interesting. Everybody welcome. rested, charged with being implicatedin

Channel 20 mies southeast of BeachHead which he now heads. lie is proprie- the conspiracy.By .

about 2 o'clock yesterday af tor of the San Juan hotel and has HEALTH TALK thes arrests the department of

ternoon. This probably is the vesselto I other large property holdings. With I (justice believes it has established the

which the Berlin announcement re the formidable array of sterling directors Mrs. A. D. Goodwin, of Chicago existence of a _long suspected plot to

fers. and officials backing him the will give a talk on health to ladiesat equip German citizens with American

future of the Orlando Bank and Trust the home of :Mrs. George Worth- I passports and send them to England

BOY SCOUT SESSION company is easily assured. I ley, on Amelia avenue in Concord I' as spies.

The new officers are H. L. Beeman, Park, Thursday afternoon at 2:30. The facts are to be submitted to
The Boy Scouts met at the post-
president, W. :M.: Davis, first vice- - Every lady welcome. President Wilson for such diplomatic
oTice last night at 7:15 and marched
president; R. L. Hyer, second vice- 'action as he sees fit. The evidence
Of New Fashions At
tr the Episcopal church. A larger Showing
president; and Geo: E. Nolan, cashier. WILL ARRIVE TODAY obtained by the department of justice
mp fire was built and all sat around.
The directors are Jas. A. Knox, H. L, I today, combined with a mass of information -
Mr. Burden addressed the Open Fo-
Beeman, W. M. Davis, R. L. Hyer. The Grand Attracted Hundreds Manager Molesworth of the Birmingham which led to the arrest of
rum Club with a short talk on the
T. H. Evans, J. W. Jackson, E. H. baseball club (the Barons) I ia dozen others, is said to have convinced -
Scout movement.The .
McNeil, James D. Beggs, D. Lock- -- is expected to arrive in Orlando to- I the attorney general's office.

... object is to get the leading hart, E. G. Duckworth, and L. B. The Dickson-Ives Company's show and Mr. Lillard showed the men's fay and make final preparations for I If unearthed it may mean a gigantic -
business men of Orlando interested,
Long.At. ing of spring millinery, ladies' and spring suits and hats to the very best the arrival of the team who will train t conspiracy.
and to organize a local council. A
the meeting yesterday Cashier misses' advantage.Miss for one month in this city. I Affidavits and documents are raid,
committee was appointed, and the ready to wear dresses, andmen's
Nolan read his report which was very Washington and Mr. Lillard to show that fraudulent passes have
matter will be taken in the near habiliments, at the Grand thea-
up gratifying to the stockholders. It gave two of the newest dances in the I ATTENTION, REBEKAHS been obtained in great numbers by

future. showed that the bank had made great tre Wednesday morning would newest creations. In the first Miss i j i Germans and have been used by themto
Dr. Eastman, the Indian scout, also I
progress during the year. It was a have been creditable to any New York Washington wore a lovely white em- I, All Rebekahs are requested to beat travel throughout England as spiesin

gave a very interesting .talk on the most harmonious meeting and pre- city establishment. broidered net dancing frock and )Ir.1 I the Odd Fellows hall at 7:30 o'clock the guise of American businessmen.
the and ad-
Scout movement, meaning
saged a brilliant year's business. The theatre was crowded with an Lillard an imported Scotch tweed Thursday, February 25. Initiationand I' .
vantages. Dr. Eastman is a real, appreciative audience, composed of English cut. refreshments.

true Sioux Indian, and a very inter- DECEPTION FOR TOURISTSA the elite from Orlando and neighboring In the second her costume was a By order of Noble Grand. WILL HOLD LARGE STATE PICNIC -

esting talker. towns. The stage had been trans- Paris model of buttercup yellow, ac- I Mrs. M. F. Zellers. I SATURDAYAt

formed into a Japanese garden cordion plaited chiffon, black velvet ,
OF HOLES reception was tendered last even-
FULL
SHOT through which beautifully attired Jiving bodice. Mr. Lillard wore the latestin NOT TO MEET FRIDAYSt.
ing to the Orlando tourists at the : a meeting of the New York and
The negro who attempted to assault Unitarian church. A delightful social models strolled. correct evening attire. I II Cecelia's Guild will not meeton New Jersey Association, )held at the

a white woman at Forest City time was enjoyed. Fifteen states were Mrs. B. Beacham, Mrs. Fudger, The colors that seem to predominate Friday, as other arrangements Tourist Room, it was voted to holda

Monday was captured after a long represented and about 60 were in at. Miss Washington, and Miss Nora this season are battleship gray, ,i have been made for the special work basket picnic at Russell's Point Sat-

chase and shot full of holes yesterday tendance. Greetings James were most graceful and charm- sand color, and old rose. The high ,i i intended.I urday, February: 27. Pennsylvania
were given
moning at the scene of the assault. representatives of a number of states by, ing in displaying ladies' millinery, waist line is popular and much fullness I I I'I people are cordially invited to join us.

them being Iowa, Rhode and morning and afternoon frocks, is seen in all the skirts. The j northern Sonora have_ become de- Each member to furnish lunch for

Judge W, E. Martin issued 74? I Island among, Ohio and New York. Punch coat suits and evening dresses. white gowns, embroidered in pale col-j i moralized. themselves and guests. Also to fur-

hunting licenses during the season 'and cake were served. Pretty new parasols to match each ors with girdles to match are very ,j I The Yaqui Indians are reported to nish plate?: napkin and cup for coffee -

brought to a close Saturday. Last costume were also shown. Though stylish. i'have mutinied against Maytorena and which will be served on the

year 712 licenses were issued.New many hundred miles from the centerof Two models were shown at a time, killed 34 men and four officers.A grounds. Transportation will be fur-

a THE WEATHER American fashions, Orlando's two one from either side, figures corre- dispatch to the agency says that nished for those who wish it at 25

books in.that 50 cent library department stores keep in touch with sponding with those on the programs, Monclova is in the possession of the cents for the round trip, or 15 cents

edition. New lines in Crane's sta- Florida: Fair Thursday; cooler in the latest in everything. enabling the audience to read a de- ,,constitutionalists and that the VDlis- one way. Meet at the Tourist Roomat

tionery. Curtis & O'NeaL .peninsula. Friday fair. Mr Huette, Mr. Lawrence Lawton,j scription of each and the price. tas were defeated at Hermanes. 9:30 sharp.

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PERSONALS FROM: WINDER- DRENNEN NEWS NOTES 1..0. . . -IIIIIIIIII"'II"IIIIII"tMMMM''

i :MERE Drenne, Fla., Feb. .-Mr. and ''I! i Seeds Seeds Seeds ; i E i

Windermere, Fla., Feb. 23.-Mr. Mrs. Ernest Wilson, of Chanute Kas.,
and Mrs. A. Gray, Wauseon, Ohio.
recentisitors here.
were
are guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. E.
Read. Mrs. Helen Mclntoshwho has been NEW STORE .1

Mr. A. R. Callow, of Cleveland, 0., visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc- \
is registered at Rossmore Inn for sev- Mahan, returned Sunday to her homeat NEW SEEDS
eral weeks stay. Huron, Ohio.
:Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Williams are Bert Humphries, the star pitcherof
entertaining guests from Detroit, the Chicago Cubs, will lean this Sweet Corn, Field Corn, Peas, Beans, Etc. We

Mich. week for Tampa where the team will guarantee our seeds to be fresh.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Wheelock, of commence their winter training. ,

Cleveland, are at Rossmore Inn for an Jesse Bumby, one of Drennen's old Don't be disappointed, come to us for Drugs !
indefinite stay. est residents, is recovering from his
and Garden Seed.City
:Miss Elizabeth Palmer, entertained recent severe illness. .
Monday night in honor of Miss Harrison Mr. and Mrs. William Lemmon and
who returns to her home in daughter have moved into their new
Wauseon next Saturday.Mr. bungalow on the Pine Castle road.
and Mrs. Wm. R. Cunninghamand Walter Drennen left Saturday nighton Drug Store I
10 Acre Mr. C. O. Harrington motoredout a trip to Philadelphia.The .
from Orlando last Saturday for condition of Eugen Brewer, .
lunch. who has been seriously ill for several "A GOOD DRUG STORE."
Dr. J. II. Johnson, president of the weeks, is unimproved, but Mrs. Brewer -

Windermere Improvement company, who was ill last week, is some bet- J. Z,. DE.A Ph.G.
E with his wife and family, of Toledo, ter.
l are here for a six weeks stay, occupying Joseph Guernsey, of Orlando, will 1111111111.11111111111111111111111111111111111111111.All .
W. G. Henshaws cottage.Mr. speak at the Lake Jennie Jewel Sun-
Chas. P. Grisier, of Wauseon, i day school next Sunday.
ORANGE Ohio, is a guest at Rossmore Inn fora The young people of this vicinity Next Week Under
few days. will meet with Mrs. Nathan Stone
Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Howell and Mr. Friday evening to organize a reading
and Mrs. F. W. Stanley, of Orlando, circle. CanvasStarnes
spent the week-end at Rossmore Inn. Word has been received here of the
Mrs. Wm. Fink, ef Wauseon, Ohio, death of E. B. Wells, of West
is being entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Brownsville, Pa. Mr. Wells spent a '
Howard Lyon. number of weeks here recently with
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Williams, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dewar and was
i Dr. and Mrs. O. C. Standish, Mrs. one of the most prominent residentsof
Stock
GROVE Co1
a Howard Lyon, Mr. and Mrs. L. V. his home town. Death was due to
Lee, Mr. Percy Jenks, Mrs.:: H. C. heart failure and was unexpected, as
Luff, and Miss Harrison motored to the deceased dropped dead on the ,
Eustis last Saturday.Mr. street while going to Und{ the fun-
t c f and Mrs. F. Walker, Mrs. eral of a relative, who I Id also died
tc tM Wright, and Miss Wright, of Orlando, suddenly. 40 PEOPLEMONDAY
were guests at Rossmore Inn last Oscar H. Schneider, the popular
r. Close in the H. S. Miller Place, formerly Monday. owner "Maryland Villa," was givena
Among those entertaining at the birthday surprise Wednesday even-
t owned by A. Nathan located dinner dance at Rossmore Inn last ing by the members of the Lake Jennie -
just outside Friday night were Dr. and Mrs. O. C. Jewel colony. A two-course sup- 12. Pieceg B Ball n all n Orchestra r h I

I city limits, south west of City. abeth Standish Palmer, Mr. ,Percy Mr. Jenks and Mrs., Miss M.Eliz-E. per there was was served a birthday by the cake guests decorated and ..

Read, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Dorn, Mr. with the initials of the host. Auction
r J and Mrs. L. V. Lee, and Mr. and Mrs. bridge was enjoyed and before de-
H. Lyon. parting the guests gave Mr. Schneider NIGHT
There was a reunion of Wauseon a shower of fine Havanas and a I

tj- Subdivided into large lots suitable for people at the home of Mr. and Mrs. number of other gifts. Those pres-
Howard Lyon 'last Monday night, ent were Mr. and Mrs. Amasa Finch,
twenty guests being entertained witha Miss Mary Finch, Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
I residence, truck, gardening, and pot-luck supper. Tew, Miss Margaret Tew, Miss Lil-
r lian Barnum, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur The W411 of the W gons

t Poultry Raising THE MIKADO Lemmon, Miss .Margaret Lemmon, .
Thursday and Friday Evenings Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pace, Mr. and
I; Lucerne Theatre Mrs. James Treat, Capt. C. L. Albertson. -

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CONTRACTORR. 4 Act Drama
N. SEYMOUR is the man to see
THE MIKADO
before letting contract, if you are go-
ing to build and want the best house Thursday and Friday Evenings
Between Acts
3 Vaudeville Specials
ALL CITY ADVANTAGES possible for money invested.P. Lucerne Theatre
O. Box 195. LPhone 478.
2-18-lmoc REMODELING THE GOWN
: ADMISSION 10c. 20c.
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Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Malchert, of ,
WITHOUT CITY TAXES An excellent way to make over last
Lake City, Minn., are spending a dayin season's narrow skirted black satin
Orlando. They have been in the
is to veil it with accordion plaited -
gown
south end of the state for some time Band Concert 3 p. m. Monday in
black chiffon, or, better still, the ,
and are on their return trip towards
their northern home. sheer black butterfly marquisette, front of DeLaney's Drug Store. '
which is so fashionable now. Two or !II
three: flounces of the airy material
.AN IDEAL SUBURBAN HOME SITE TilE MIKADO will give the skirt requisite width,
I Thursday and Friday Evenings
Lucerne TheatreAT and the plaited marquisette may be = AN ADDED{ JOV
draped surplice fashion over a bodice E1\\ ; |

THE FRONT WITH THE PRUSSIAN veiling of chiffon, to give a soft, ,
effect. A broad sash of the
ARMY graceful To the letters you receive
black satin, tasseled with steel beads, ,
is the skele-
Sochaczef.-Sochaczef
[ Free Auto Service to and from Sale, ton of a town. The rafters and wreck- will add the final touch of chicness. if they are writtenon

age of its houses stick up from the stationery that j is of
r leaving corner Church street and ground like carrion-picked carcassesin DoctorsBiieklililsler
the desert. A month has passed fine quality and correct.

f Orange Avenue, beginning at 9.30 a.m. since the Germans were stopped at & Brnndagc shape. I
r Bzura, and during that time Sochaczef -
has been incessantly under fire. OSTEOPATHS y HIGHLAND LINEN
At first the town had suffered only !*
from the enemy's field artlilery; now Personal instruction under Dr. Still fills every requirement '
f
Sale Friday Feb. 26 it has been battered beyond all rec- at Kirksville, Mo. of the most exacting

ognition by the German siege guns. appointment.Hours, 9 to 12; 1 to 5; Evenings by customer because it. is

THE MIKADO 132 S. Orange Ave., above Peoples "CRANE" quality.
10:30 Thursday and Friday Evenings k
f a.m. TJ
Lucerne Theatre National Bank. Phone 578. MTj)
jrTUTlT W. S. Branch

l \v 1'N' doxvt-' ;you jet the riShtmedicine ]1,II : OO THE MADE BOOK AND MUSIC StORE


i A good five-room house, Stables, and v for ------ .


4 barn on one of the lots. -thatcold? Special Priced For Special Reasons I

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t IN ORDER THAT I MAY GO NORTH TO MY BUSINESS
Wece egoi- ifi'1tfriF 4
A good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800
k full Leering Oranee, Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two
1 blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addition
to r..aking a home this property will make a yearly return on
For Further the investment of frrm 10 to 25 rer cent, according to crop and
t particulars see market conditions pnce $8 .>00.00; also
My Residence Property in Winter Park, 12-room, New Modern
dwelling with e\ery city convenience. Lake front, 20 acres of
land highly improved, 15'>0 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigated
f BURTON BROS. jrardenr Property is close in, well located, close to the new
Country Club House and Golf links, a property good enough for
the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16-
500, and will! give possession in 30 days.
t REALTY CO. To any agent that sells the above described property for me I

will pay a commission of Five per cent, reserving the right to list
I the property at will or to sell it myself..
! "Standard Auction Company of
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r J4' D. F'_ KEE7ELI

America." i I BOX 3:>. WINTER PARK, FLORIDA
i Orange lountY'1I! College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places.

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I STOP THAT COLD! If you don't you may have pneumonia and Mrs. Jennie Jones and Miss Gertrude Mr. J. Claude Massey representingthe
die. This is plain talk but you had better heed our warning. Routh, of Cambridge City, Ind-, Atlanta house of the Keystone
SellingAgents: Headquarters: When you come to us for medicines for your cold or any. who have been spending several Type Foundry was in Orlando yes-
Orlando, guests at the Em- terday in the interest of his firm.
thing else wrong with you we sell you the best preparations weeks in
science, and honesty can compound. REXALL COLD TABLETS.rEJRUK'S pire hotel left yesterday to visit St. Mrs. Massey accompanied her hus-
i SAN JUAN HOTEL Petersburg. They wilt return here band on this her first trip through
u PHA.RMACY before going to their homes in the Florida and was delighted with her

I ( ZAtL STORE) Hoosier State. experiences in, this state.
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I PINE CASTLE RANDOM NOTES public improvements, could be writ

ten out, bringing out original and I
t The lot advertised for $1200,I Pine Castle, Flju: Feb. 23.-Miss helpful ideas. Of course everythingwill

with a reduction of $400.00, if Lena Harris, who has been visiting have to come up to and be printed I "' .. fJ3 fFJ >-
among friends here, has returned to under the rules governing the ;; 3
.J buyer would build, was boughtby her home in Kissimmee. press. Arrangements are being made b:; o 0 (D .."P. ,,..
Mrs. Jos. L. Sundy has had as her to have the Pine Castle news appearin I [-3 3gfD eO oII OOV C 3 0" N PC
Mr. Samuel Brice of New OCO .
guest recently her sister, :Mrs.: Cora the Sunday issues of the big CJ) t ,. CJ)
York. We have decided to of- Ross, of New Smyrna. pers of the state, which will be pa-I : ;r cn C"S t1:]
Mrs. Nancy Harris returned Satur- joyed by our friends in distant local : y cS CJ) O..ClQ
fer another one. day morning from a lengthy visit ities. Let everybody assist in this 0 0--0 CD ::s

with her aged brother, Mr. Wm. Keen and keep our town in sight. I, : .s--. en C .... 0 = : "' 000 =-:

Corner lot, well located. Sidewalks of Auburndale.Mr. !I 'tJ: en 0-- '" J.... .. ....
r Eugene Hoxner enjoyed the THE MIKADO 0 0:3: c.n t OQ """
water, lights, gas. North- trip to Gasparilla at Tampa with the Thursday and Friday ETenings Q p, *3. < OS co t' g t"'t
Orlando Rifles, Co. C, serving as Lucerne TheatreMr. 0 : 0 til P aPT
east. $1000.00.Vill take $600 'B CD O- t..iI.. P O ......
bugler. I Q 0 ...... .. 0
and Mrs. A. C. Starbird, of
if buyer will build within one Miss Katie Matchett, of Orlando &! t """'" C"'" c.. .
Apopka, were in Orlando yesterdayto 0
visited Sunday with home folks. II co" C"'" '"' ::
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year. meet their son, Mr. Roy Starbird, ncC rf =
:Mr. J. C. Stinespring and familyare ..
who arrived on the Tampa Special 'C = trI.:
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enjoying a new Hupmobile
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Mrs. Wm. Wigman entertainedwith I the Georgia Military Acad- en ft COC 3 cL o) ....
in honor of her
a family party : -t-
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cousin, Mr. Fred Kubach's birthday ..,.. CD
class mate, Mr. Richard Yowell. : OQ ca .
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CARL DANN : and :Mrs. E. D. :M. Perkins and QCD O V CD--c 'O
Mrs. A. B. Perkins were guests of :Mr. J. A. Sasser secretary and < en sn 1 C =- 0 7 0 ,... 8 Tj 1
treasurer of the Bankers' Trust com- > 2. ..,. L.
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1 friends in Winter Garden Sunday.Mr. c: Q.. 0 --c
and Mrs. Harry McMillan, of pany, Atlanta, Ga., is spending sev- On c.. -c n <. g. J 1P ...CD -2J r I\i!
b eral days in this section looking after ::
REAL ESTATE Orlando, recently visited at the homeof n = n
Mr. and :Mrs. Wm. C. Roberts, motoring business matters. He expects to remain = c ::r 0 0 oq C1Q \-I t'ij
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out for the afternoon. here until the week end when r: ::r rIc :::

The "Y's" of the W. C. T. U. held he will leave for a tour of the East OQ t ---s Oo t

COMPANY their regular meeting in Union Chapel Coast. 8a> 0 m CD rI=. .J. .... ,. :

Sunday evening. An enjoyable -c c... :: 'tn I-- 0 \.l rJ
was given. The ;.11 Ii ADO P' ... . .. .
program =.:
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Thursday and Friday Evenings I ::s eg 0 O.
Mrs. F. W. Anderson, who has been Lucerne Theatre '< 0UQ

seriously ill, is improving steadily. *-. s.o $I' ::r ?i-s IiGC

EAT FIGSThey Mrs. C. H. Hoffner is confined to her Dr. S. S. Jones I O ::s 0 Q.. tr w
home with a sprained ankle.
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are good for your health. Monday the box which was pre- CHIROPRACTOR E... = 8 ---s -3. ::n $\) cwi:.I
We have pared under the supervision of Mrs. O ---s -3
figs in every way. 17 and 0 = ::
: graduate: Davenport Colleee: 8m. tD 0
II. M. Ingham, to be sent as Pine Cas- !be.
. Yowell-Duckworth
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'& tle's gift to the Belgian relief work, 209. Intelligent people everywhere P Er OCD oC
STUFFED FIGSSELECTED was packed and left open the greater are being restored to health by chiro-j 3 S..c :s = ::3 0 en n ...c.c
FIGS IN GLASS part of the day for all who cared to practic adjustments the new scienceof PTs 5. r- :::j: txJ: : -3
view it, Jto come to the Ingham resi- removing the cause of disease. Examination t '""" 0 '< ......J
free. 12 241moORLANDO
JARS dence and see the work of Mrs. In- J__ (' -c 0 < ::s... -' ,... OOo4oS
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FIGS IN BULKPRESERVED ,.... Q.. n =
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FIGS it was sent on its journey east, Tuesday Q.. :; e: t 0 ::3 ;I ....

CALARAB CANDY FIGSDon't with many heartfelt prayers that :5TC: < 0 ,.... :: :: 3 rn J Cn
.relieve some suffering in the war o ;

stricken country of Belgium.Mr. PLUMBING CO .. 0 0 ",." 00 .. .....
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forget we headquarters ,, : oII
are E. D. M. Perkins, our obliging ,. ::s 0 c
for Jams, Jellies and Pre- postmaster, has put up a box in his : s;r g o CA3 g trClQc 0 PO ...
serves. store for the of items. -
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CARUTHERS & GORE greatly appreciated by those who pio ,=..,. 0 .... '- 0 0 ...... -iI
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THE DAILY) "Our MEETING FRIDAY EVENINC: .
Village"We'll Mr. Tourist I-
South, Florida SentinelMORNING
All patrons of husbandry are re- I
AND WEEKLYW. bet their was a good many quested to be at Tourists Here's Some Real
M. GLENN ...................o..Efitor: by Friend Husband when Headquarters "-
W, C. ESSINGTOX ......B..in.w Hal'ac.r gasps yest. Friday evening of this week at
Friend wife returned from the Fash- 7:30. Estate I
Entered at the poctofftce at Orlmmlo. Florid ion show at the Grand yest. noon.picture BargainsFor
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Second Class Mail Matter. . . . . . '" -. -
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Sale by Us Exclusively cu
Daily. I Year ........................ IS.00 S ii '.. /.
Daily. Month ...................... %.&0 $ 1 ii Two Handsome Modern seven room residence -
P "Y.l Months .........0.._......... 1-25 :
Dally. 1 Month ...........n_......... ...u i on Lake Minnie for I
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Weekly. 1 Year ..h.................. il.tr0 Lake Front only $35OO.
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN of Hubby, table & wife

ADVANCE We'll also bet there was spasmodic Grove and Home I Beautiful 75x 155, dandy
TO ADVERTISERS* clutches at purses and several ex- view of Lake Lucerne. Act-
Opy for diiplay and all ether kaad-Mt clamations. ual value $2000 Owner will
...utl.... mot be hand_ in at the bauncu PropertiesOne
*.ffiea .f the Sentinel not later than 2 pat. -- sacrifice for only Si 600.
the 4ay before p.klw U... ThU rule applie
-Auction sales is in
U ehanrea for contract adrvrtidnr it ii pop. our town Two beautiful homes
Invariable aad will be trittly adhered to. these days. Everything from Bar- on
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel dfeconrinoed bacue dinners to spoons. versatile Lake Eola. Owner must sell.
the ..dat.should of expiration notify tlw otherwise c.2e in writing it will on be R. E. dealers have we. of them is the pret- Price of either only $6oco.

continued until notice at to the regular ta rec'tvod subscription rate, -- tiest lake front location in I Several new California bun-
ojop
Telephone! Naaib r _0' .. ......... 24 -Now then the next thing will be the State of Florida
.St. Patricks day. with galows ready to move: into
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1913. .:.... .- large acreage and a most $1800 up to $3000.Cooper .

I. Their was less days ii February modern dwelling.The I a
. It is human nature to wish one well consequently their was less war
and then patronize the other fellow. talk. other has a fine Afha .

o I - grove, with modern .im-
Our next holidays-March 10 and Our Daily Worry: provements and worthy of 114 South Orange Are. Ground Floor We
Birmingham vs. Philadelphia Na- -Getting things done in 24 hrs and any further improvements Phone No. 311 Beg Respectfully
tionalsOrlando.You .
not get done! desired.
o
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can talk to practically all the Our Daily Knock: These are high priced to Announce

people in Orange county through the -Cleaner street crossings when it properties, but they are A
Sentinel and then
some.
rains.
o both big bargains. VENEER CORES
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The next session of the Florida leg- -If the A. C. L. in our village that Our
islature bids fair to be a busy one, doesnt stop their careless and maddening $1.25

for.and that is all the people can ask and switching bounding: dashing over the and yaids leaping S. G. Dolive & SonREAL Per Strand Up I

o sometody: is going to be killed and a FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND
"Smile! and while you smile, few large damage suits will be facingthe OAK WOODOrlandoWc

Another smiles, company. Yest. a switch eng. .
ESTATENo. ol I YardB.
And bye and bye there are miles ()
and several freight cars raced down t
Of smiles the track, turned into a switch, hita 3 WEST PINE STREET W. Kingsley, Pioprietor
Because you smile.o box car in front of the Hanner Second Floor PINE STREET Telephone AND 34': R R. Gr raudSriuOpening n S [ [
bldg., jarred the car about two feet 9-30 A
The Clearwater Sun wisely puts it: off the tracks and shot on down the 1
"There's as much money in the worldas track for about fifty yards. Says we I
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before the great war started-and its too durned fast. Stop it. As luck.
, there are just as many shrewd people would have it no one was in the car. i- of
looking for 'good buys' in real es -o- I'
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tate. -Grand day yest. Spring fever
o was in the air if we know spring feI I
The Tampa Times says that the ver. r I MILUNERYREADYTOYEAR
"undesirables," pickpockets, wire tap- --oThere -
pers, etc., were chased out of Tampa is too many infernal public
and that they left that city broke.
drinking cups around our village and
We can say as much, but they didn't they shoud be relegated to the ash
leave Orlando broke-too wise up this barrel Public drinking cups are a
Lake Eola and Eola ParkThe
way
menace, they spread disease, sickness
v and sometimes cause death. One spe- f S

THE DECLINE OF THE ARTS- cHic instance may be seen in the.
Do the arts make for peace! drinking fountain at the court house ;
This is a question of supreme interest where a tin dipper may always be .
) at the present moment. A had. We like water but hanged if |

short time ago-it seems as though we care' to drink from that dipper time is now ripe for an investment in this par-
yesterday we heard it-that civic art after we see some of the races and ,
had reasserted itself in England Germany classes of people that use it. j
I ticular section of the city. Property well bought will be
Austria-Hungary and France.In .
poor old France we thought and VERY SUCCESSFUL SALE I
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have absolutely certain of producing a profit. I have two or
always
so considered it that the MfNS' HABILIMENTS
quality of the arts-the fine arts- The Carl Dann Real Estate Agency
has never been allowed to fall. Were conducted a successful sale yesterday I three offerings which I can recommend as sure MONEY

$ told that when art declines the in- morning, when out of thirty-four lots, .
-ducements to peace crumble, decay between twenty and twenty-five were :I MAKERS.
and fall away; that when art flour- sold at figures ranging from $300 toI I
ishes war stands permanently re- $600 per lot. I Call and let me show them to you.
buked. The Sentinel would infer that The half bushel of small souvenir
art has declined, that Europe is retro- solid silver spoons were distributedall "
grading, that the still, small voice of too soon, thus demonstrating the !
medevialism has been allowed to fact that a very large per cent. of '
gnaw at the vitals of society and devastate ladies were in attendance.The I TAKES PLACE a
the one time satisfactory expression wedding which was advertised
that "the arts make for failed to take place and this was e
peace." probably disappointing to many. It I S.Y.WAYInsurance !

o was said that he groom, who was to
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BY WAY OF SUPPLEMENT, come from Tampa, missed his train.

TAMPA TRIBUNE I and Real Estate Agent
the of SCHOOLS YESTERDAY
"Catch Phrases" was subject VISITED
an editorial in yesterday's Tampa Tri- I

bune. It is based on an excerpt from J. F. McKinnon, county superin PHONE 172MIMMMMMMMIIMIMIIMMMIIIIIIIHMIIMItMtMMMMMMMMMMI To-day
the Philadelphia Ledger. "In recent tendent of schools, yesterday visited .
times Cleveland and Roosevelt were the Maitland school and the colored' I
by far the cleverest of presidential school at Eatonville, both schools being .
catch-word artists," says the article. in first class conditon. :Miss
By way of supplement to the Kathleen Hill' a graduate of Rollins at

worthy article the Sentinel would College, is teaching at Maitland, and !
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suggest that a catch phrase has the superintendent says the best of "- ,
played an important part in many a order prevails and that good work is I I II

warm political battle. greatly in evidence. I j -.
An excellent article commenting -
President Wilson's inability to coin a r
permanent and unique phrase appeared I
in the July International pre- i
vious to the Baltimore convention, $200 $225 $250 and so on ,
and is as follows: .1 ,
"Bryan was nominated by a meta- i ,
phor. Harrison was elected by a I
rhyme. Blaine was defeated by allit- up to $500 or $550 I .
eration. Roosevelt's phrase "Perma-
nent during my life-time," said to be
appended to a document bearing on I :
certain proposed changes in the struc- Any price you want to pay for one of the choice r ; ,

ture of the White House, offered what .
seemed a great opportunity to his op-
ponents. They hoped to have founda THORNTON PARK !
weapon that would pierce the armor i
of Baldur. But they had made their

ulary.reckoning'Three without guinea-pig Roosevelt's brain power <"ab- Lots. Terms easy if desired. Only reasonable re- DICKSONIYS[ CO. ;

flashed back from
Oyster; Bay.
The :verbal mistletoe sank from the strictions. Call at 905 E. Central Avenue, or ask I

hands of is the less political fortunate Lo at! WbodrowWilson repartee. your dealer if you care to see these lots. .DEP ARTMENT STORf. :

When the count is taken at Baltimoreit .. ..
may be discovered that he was de
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feated by a pair of satin pumps. ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE J.
Again and again, lovingly, dotingly i The Sture of true service of ne\'er-failing cour-
Mr. Hearst featured those pumps i n r tsy, cf fair dealing, of trustworthy mert A
his journals. One witty phrase woul 3 TAYLOR & THORNTON j t chandise, at right prices i

have disarmed the silent plea of thoM ORLANDO FLORIDA 1
pumps as pictured by Mr. Hearst ir ---
his appeals to the proletariat. But

no word came forth from Woodrow Proprietors. 1 1llltt [I
Wilson. His heel, like Achilles', ma Y l
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-Edited By Miss Eliza Wri&ht- GRANDTODAY. :

Office telephone No. 178. Residence telephone. 254 I Admission 5 I 1 1


WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDARFeb. tel were entertained by three of their .. . .

associates Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. TODAY'S A

25th-27th. Saunders, :Mrs. Taylor, and Mrs. Ray- 101 Bison. "Our
mond being hostesses. Six tables of with William Clifford
Thursday camp. A spectacular
Rosalind Club afternoon; Mrs.Bear bridge players and one of five hun- in three parts.If .
dall chairman. dred enjoyed the afternoon together.Mrs. you are interested :
"Here and There Club;" Mrs.Jones, Shaffer won the prize for the reel features don't fail
hostess. Five cents alL
to
Suffrage League tea; Mrs. Mahlon highest bridge score, Mrs. Hunt for
Gore's home Lucerne Circle. five hundred, and Mrs. Billingsly cut
"Mikado;" Mendelssohn Club, Opera for the consolation. Each guest has "THE PRODIGAL"A noon at five o'clock 4 I

House. been hostess at some time this win- :Miss Eudalia .
"Bachelor Girls; Miss Mayme White.0
Thornton hostess. ter, which has made the season a very Kalem Feature complete in
Friday pleasant one at this popular hotel.' COUNTRY CLUBMIDWINTER '
"At home;" Miss Mary Guernsey, Many beautiful red roses and aspara- ,two parts. DANCE.
in honor of Miss Satterthwaite and
Miss White. gus ferns were used in ornamentingthe The Country Club

"At home;" Mrs. J. Merle McElroy. roomy sun parlor where the I of a brilliant
Dinner dance Rossmore Inn. guests played. Tuesday evening for
":"Mikado" Opera House. bers and their
-0- guests.
I
Belgian relief Saturday card party, Rosalind JOINT PICNIC AT "SHE WAS THE OTHER"A tee in charge are [ )
Club; Mrs. Davis, chairman. RUSSELL'S POINT. lightful affair.
Civic League meeting, Chapter Tourists and residents from the Lubin Comedy. A scream. -0-

House. three sister states, New York, New RETURN FROM
Entro Nous Club; Mrs. Rogers hos-
Jersey and Pennsylvania, will have.a CRUISE.Mr. Store't
tess.Saturday Auction Bridge Cab; joint picnic at Russell's Point on Sat- and Mrs. James
:Miss Roumaine Clark, hostess. urday of this week. Every one wel- and Mrs. James Calder '

-0- come. Fill up your picnic basket and today from Daytona,
WAS THIRTEENTH come. As these three states are well "THE MAN THAT MIGHT cruise in the

BIRTHDAY.Mr. represented in Orlando: a large crowdis Framlin. :Mrs.
and Mrs. J. M. Freeman enter- expected. HAVE BEEN"A friends regret to 'learn

tained Tuesday evening in honor of - illness of her sister f
their son, James Marion's, thirteenth CHARMING DINNER Vitagraph Drama Philadelphia. i

birthday. Quite a number of girls PARTY. '
and boys, incuding troop No. 4 of the ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. U. Jenkins and WANTED WHITE
Boy Scouts, of which the little fellow !
waitress, with
Mr. and Mrs. H. W Winslow, of I
4 is a member, were the guests. at Mrs. Cornish's Tea
Wayne county, New York, gave a six
The house was decorated with red ange avenue. i ;
o'clock dinner at No. 7 North lIu hey
and white lanterns
Japanese hung
street to their friends of Wolcott,
from the ceiling, shedding a soft light
Y. Those Mr. and
N. present were HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA"
all. Games boxing
over were enjoyed, a !
Mrs. M. E. Cornwell, Mr. and Mrs.
match between two Scouts
causing -
Leon Parsons, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
much amusement. At ninethirtythe
Graves. The
Graves,and Miss Carolyn
dining room was opened to the occasion was enjoyed immensely. TODAY
guests showing a table laden with -0-
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"goodies. GUESTS OF
The birthday cake stood high; in
MRS. SMITH. THE
the center of the table, with thirteen 15 -
L Members of the Nullos Club were Cents 10 Cents
brightly burnig candles. Each
guest PRESENTS THE
guests of Mrs. Mather Smith, at Oak-
was given a miniature hatchet for a
souvenir. land, for their meeting this week. COMIC
The members motored out from town
Those Eleanor Rob-
present were early and returned late. A most en-
Lillian Dann Alice Hall La- "THE
inson, ,
joyable time was had. Mrs. Smith
vonda William Stewart
Caplinger mother of the hostess, assisted in en- I
Lawrence and Cecil Moore, Lloyd
tertaining the guests. A delicious
Nicholson, Ralph Daughtey, Ralph two-course luncheon was served after -- -- -

Lane, Harold Caplinger, Marcus the games. pie was brought in and each one cut Tickets 25c., 50c.,
Britil, Vivian Robinson, Lindley Bar- for a favor. Some time ago the club
low, Herbert Barlow, Johnnie Quinna SUFFRAGELEAGUE -0-- presented Mrs. Alleman with a silver Estes Drug

Rufus Tatum, Alfred Barker, Sidney TEA. pie knife in remembrance of her

Swearingen, Willie Robinson, and Main -' All those interested in the suffrage twenty-fifth wedding anniversary,and
Freeman. she promised they should cut pie withit. -
question, whether for or against it, ,
- Much merriment was caused. A
'should attend the tea this afternoon
W PLAN A delicious cream course was served. FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
I i at "Sioux Villa, the home of Mrs.
POPULAR ONE. IMahlon I Gore, on Lucerne Circle. In -0-
Today is the regular Rosalind' Club addition to the talk by Miss Safford, BEAUTIFUL
Established 1886
afternoon "at home. :Mrs.. Vivianis Dr. Clarke, the woman who has doneso LUNCHEON.A .
chairman and a pleasant afternoon much in organizing the Better Ba- beautifully appointed five course

has been arranged for the members. ,bies contests, will speak. Mrs. James luncheon was given yesterday at the
The plan to keep the club house home of Mrs. Miner Rock lake in
new Magruder, Jr., has a delightful mu- on CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE
open for members every afternoon in sical program arranged for the occa- honor of her house guest Miss Mor- .

the week, from three to six, where ,sion. The gentlemen as well as the rison, of Kansas. Lovely roses were
they can rest, write, or play cards, :ladies are invited.WEDNESDAY the center piece on the luncheon table,
and also have tea and sandwiches, is I -o- around which were seated Mesdames LOANS

proving quite popular. Mrs. Beardall CARD Spross, Chadwick W. H. Robertson,
kindly consented to be hostess for this CLUB. I Lake, S. E. Ives, Jr., McCullgugh,

week. The members should take advantage Mrs. S. H. Alleman was hostess for Kenney, Green, Whittier, S. Jones, REAL ESTATE RENTALS
,
of the use of this lovely room the Wednesday Card Club on yesterday I Tallman,LeFevre,Woodward,Wright, .
,
and make it a popular meeting place I There were five tables of guests. McKay, Raulerson, and Misses Rossi-

for friends coming down town. I.I The decorations and score cards were ter, Rappold, Mari McCullough, ,

-0-- j suggestive of George Washington's i Kenney, Alta Wright. .

GUESTS DELIGHTFULLY. (birthday, tiny hatchets and other souvenirs -I
ENTERTAINED.The (I being given to each guest. MRS. GRAY R;

guests of the New Lucerne ho- After the games a large imitation ,TO ENTERTAIN.Mrs. .
.Gray Rush will entertain a few For sa e

girls of the younger set this afterOSTEOPATHY-


WRIGHT SEED CO.We House eight rooms. Lot 65%x167. Price



carry the Largest Stock of Seed in $4500.00. A bargain.
DR. J. C. HOWELL .
Orange for the Celebrated
county. Agents Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon

National Guano Fertilizers Kirksville Consultation Graduate Free -

Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan
206 So. Orange Ave. HoteL
Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 . 1..1..1.11111111111. .
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: !; KELLY-SPRINGFIELD GUARANTEES Establishing a New Standard of Tire Values



Size Plain Tread Casing Non-Skid Casing Tubes
6,000 MILES ON 3 AND 3'/2 INCH SMOOTH: CASINGS :
: 30 x 3 ___________$9.00 $ 9.45 $2.35

7,500 MILES ON 3 AND 3'/2 INCH KANT-SLIP CASINGS : 30 x 31/2 ________$11.60 12.20 2.70

5.000IILES ON ALL OTHER SIZES SMOOTH CASINGS : 33 x 4 __________$19.05 20.00 3.85

: 34 x 4 __________$19.40 20.35 4.00 -
6,000 MILES ON ALL OTHER SIZES KANT-SLIP CASINGS.
36 x 414 ________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. x ., .'



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CUT PRICES I' FOR grand SALE-Story piano won &by Clark Miss upright Myrtle -.Jull1ber.. Lath S and Shingles
SENTINEL Weeks in the recent contest will be
I sold for benefit of Baptist church
TO GET building fund. Piano may be seen w- -t
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E.

READY CASH WANTSThe Weeks 1-13-tfc, 10 Washington street. 2tfA*


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Morning Sentinel Want Terms to Suit Purchaser

65 acres, Sanford and Orlando Directory is the Greatest Want Good citrus and truck land cleared, ORLANDO
Brick Road. Ad Medium in Orlando. in 5, 10:20 or more acre plots, on
brick road to be built this year, two
Terms Cash in Advance. miles' from Orlando. Phone 1024, 4
5 Room House, close in. Easy rings, or white H. G. Jackson, R. F.D.
RATES No.' 2, Orlando, for appointment.
Terms. For One Day _____________25c 2-14-lmo Cement '
Grove. ,For Three Day _____-_____50e Royal Agattte Plaster and Perfection Lime
1 Lot in Highland For Six Days ________-_____75c FOR SALE-On account of poor ,
Lots For One Month ____________$Z50 health,the undersigned hereby offers
Concord Park ,
2 This rate applies on all ads of for sale at a bargain, his desirable .
25 .words or less. If the ad con- property located at the corner of -
Park Lots ,
Seminole tains more than 25 words the rate West street and Ridgewood avenue.
will be one cent per word for This property is central, in a first ,
Acerage, 3 miles out, easy each additional word, for each in- class neighborhood: and convenientto
terms. sertion.If school, business, lake and park.
you can't bring your ad to Owner will sell all, or part, cash or yur" zlf6ne "frJ :
We will do business on any of the office telephone No. 24. Ac- terms. Property consists of nice new ,
the above. counts opened by telephone will be bungalow, fronting on Ridgewoodavenue
payable the following day. has six rooms and large .
ceiled basement with flue, suitable for .
Every Home-Every' Business kitchen or laundry; lot 47x85 feet;
ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Every Man has use for a house unfurnished. Price $2,100. ,
Sentinel Want Ad. Also, nearly new, two-story six-
room cottage, fronting on West street,
Watkins Block PHONE 504 with shad and greenery; lot 46x117 KINCAID an SNOVBBNOrlando's \
FOR SALE $1,950.feet; house partly. furnished. Price ;

-For Fine FOR SALE-New Smith Premier Also a beautiful connecting corner
typewriter, at less than half price. ot, 70x83: feet, fronting on two
'WATCH, CLOCK and Address Doctor Roney, Orlando, Fla. streets, and graded for basement and
Largest Cheapest
2-23-3t building. Price $1.000. For cash and ,
JEWELRY REPAIRING a quick sale owner would dispose of .
FOR SALE-2 1-2 horse power enginefor : all of the above, to one party, for "
call on C. VATER whois 2-23-6t sale. 402 Gore avenue. 4300. E. N. COY. 2-2-lmoc FURNITURE HOUSECor.

an expert at this trade FOR RENT A
FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story
with many years experience and bath, FOR RENT Furnished
cottage seven rooms room withor
modern conveniences, roomy porches, without board. Apply 404 East Main and Pine Sts. Orlando Aa
at_ Youngs RepairShopOpp. excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. Church. 2-21-3t

Post Office; Pine StreetOSTEOPATH 2-23-tf FOR RENT-Smai: flat, modern con- ..
FOR SALE-A big lot of fresh Geor- veniences, unfurnisled. Jas. A.
gia country raised hog sausages. Knox. 11-3-tf ..
Also a lot of budded pecan trees.
Country raised meat. W. E. Powell, NICE LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, (
217 Boone street. 2-23-3t to adults only. 409 Delaney street. At
10-25-tf
OAK WOOD-On the lot. cut four
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER feet long, in lots to suit; or the
Office corner Orange Avenue and 'whole lot. Price right if taken at WANTED Eventuallv You Will Use
Church St., Davis & McNeil Bids., once. Chas. F. Nason, 700 W. Amelia !
avenue. 2-23-Gt WANTED-One or two rooms for
Phone 419. -- light housekeeping, by two ladies,
FOR SALE OR RE "f-An eight within walking distance of town. .
room house, furnished, near Lake Address DeLaney Drug Co.'
Lucerne; one of the best locations; 2-24
,call and see it; 510 DeLaney street.
Also Ferd auto and Mathushek piano At-"fED-A: woman to come to my
FOR SALE for sale. T. J. Walker. 2-21-6t house to make over dresses. Sew
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by the day; or would give board and GASH'
some pay to good hand. Address Box
FOR SALE-Buick touring car, fully 216. 2-23-St
Foar Lake Front Loison equipped; speedometer, Presto tank,
etc. A bargain. Act quick. Call at
Ford Garage, Church street. 2-12-tf WANTED-Situation; practical nurs-
Colonial Drive East and
ing, or housekeeper. Address X.
,care the Sentinel. 2-21-6t
Broadway bearing orange FOR SALE-Five room cottage, all

trees. 5200 Garage. All modern conveniences completely rVANTED-A position as dry goods
for $3000. furnished, 307 Broadway avenue. Ap- salesman. Am familiar with all F'ORCooking
ply to Mrs. McDade, 312 Broadwayavenue. departments. Best of references fur- I ,
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1-27-lmo nished. Address S., care Sentinel.
PHONE 567and 2-20-6t.
FOR SALE-A good city residence,

I will show the best with all modern conveniences; part LOST-35x41-2 automobile tire on
you cash, balance time. Address and
on rim. Finder will please return to Heating
bargain in Orlando. "Owner," care Sentinel office. J. L. Dillard, Winter Garden, Fla.. ,
2-7-lmoc and receive reward. 2-17-tfc

FOR SALE-Five passenger touringcar FOR FRESH VEGETABLES and
in A-l condition; cheap for strawberries, phone II. C. McDaniel, most
cash, or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor 708.[ Parties coming to the gardenfor Because it is the most convenient
905 East Central avenue. Phone 696 vegetables will be given low ,

5 TOURIST TRAINS 5 5TO 1-4-tf prices. 2-20-lmo cleanly and most efficient fuel known.

FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock Umbrellas recovered and repaired -
and tools best farm in county; va- ,"while you wait," at Young's Repair Gas User?
riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- Shop, 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc Why not begin today as a {
to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock
Bldg.., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- I labor and
will time
er. 1-16-tfc BUYERS AND SELLERSI You save expense. .
North and West buy, sell rent, and change real ,
FOR SALE estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla, at
over 30 years. Have handled over
75 acres suitable for citrus culture
20000000. Call and ,
see me
"DIXIE FLYER" and truck farming, bordering on a
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
,- pretty lake and has one-half mile .
"DIXIE LIMITED" frontage on the Orlando to Sanford
TRACY & MOORE
CARPENTERSHouse
brick road, this frontage being adapted -
repairs of all kinds done
"SEMINOLE LIMITED""MONTGOMERY for nice home sites
could be sub-
ROUTE" divided into 40 building; plots 60x200 screen promptly doors; repairing and windows of leaky a specialty roofs;; ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
feet each
leaving about 60 acres for I
,
sleeping porches counters, shelving,
"SOUTH ATLANTIC: LIMITED" citrus fruits and truck farming; five garages, office fixtures; window and
@ minutes walk to railroad station
door frames made to order. Get our
stores, hotel, school and churches.
Pulman cars to Chicago, St. Louis, prices. 18 East Church street. A GAS DEPARTMENT
When you consider!: location and good postal will bring us. 1-11-lmo'
Indianapolis, Cleveland, Cincinnati, transportation facilities with other I
Louisville and intermediate points. advantages the property's real valueis
$7,500. It is owned by a nonresident -! SIGNS
who needs money. He author-
\ Dining Cars via izes me to sell it for $3,000. Whoever
buys this property gets a bar-
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gain. For further particulars, call' on Gold Leaf and Aluminum, on
Atlantic Coast Line E. C. Young:, room 10, McNeill & Glass or Wood


Standard. Railroad of the South and Davis 1-31-tfc Orange building avenue., corner Orlando.Church street Cloth Signs specialty and Big Bulletinsa F ForSale r FindlBjfs i y' Pioneer Paint &Wall PaperStoreHas


A. W. Fritot, D. P. A. SELECTED MANATEE COUNTY
Jacksonville, Fla.J. LANDSOn I have Morgan with me and can always en hard a large and well s eIf1cdstock

the Gulf highlands of the fam- give prompt serviceGEO.A.BARKER of Wall Papers. High Grade Varnishes, Feints} ,
G. Kirkland D. P. A.
Sarasota
ous Bay district, South Flor-
Wall Finishes and Painters
Tampa, Fla. dia. Fertile soil, heavy and late ship- Brushes, Supplies.
pers of grapefruit and oranges; heavy
and early shippers of winter vegeta- CONTRACTORS FOR PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING-
bles; no killing frosts; healthful cli- 110 West Pine St.
mate; invigorating salt air from the FC- r&XAOrange: grove; has been ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU.

gulf' ; pure water from flowing arte- set out a year; select budded trees,
sian wells; this proved and tested Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST
land close to there FINDLEY'S PIONEER
transportation, sur- orange and grapefruit; are
rounded by prosperous groves and
farms, we offer at a low price on 111-2 acres in the grove; located on
small payment down, balance ten PHONE 67 Corm Pine and Court
years at 6 per cent. Large acreagenow Recently of New York Lake Jem Mary between Lake Con-
DR. L to pick from. Immense
H. in
RAMSDEU leap
Jewel of
and Lake Jennie 3-4 a
values will follow. This special offeris Over Curtis & O'Neals, Orange Ave.. way
OPTOMETRIST not to speculators, but ot those 24d&wlmD. mile from Pine Castle road, soon to
ORLANDO, - FLORIDA who will actually develop the land.
WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES Exceptionally fine class of residents be bricked; new up to date seven room

AND OPTICAL DO ALL REPAIRINGEstablished KINDS OF coming Write in.today for full information.SARASOTAVENICE CO.. . K. Davidson house; good large barn and other The 14aIet; :

is for
Box 609, Sarasota, Fla. buildings. This proposition
2-21-lmoe GOLF INSTRUCTOR I OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
1870 I quick sale on easy terms. Inquire of

R. E. COCHRAN CO., Inc. FOR SALE-Best truck farm in Pros- Orlando Country Club J. B. Magruder, Jr., office in Arcade; I OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
per Colony for sale at a bargain if
132 Park Place, New York sold in 60 days. Farm consists of 15 Telephone No. 249. or see the owner I Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
Wholesale Dealers and Commission acres of as good land as there is in
Merchants in Florida Orangesand Orange county; 7 acres in cultivation; Everything screened away from the tiles and kept fresh
all under fence; 6 room house, auto PHONE 646 G. M. BISSELL I and
Grapefruit and wagon sheds, feed barn, stables, pyre.
Represented by corn crib and poultry house; crop and AUTO FOR HIRE We inritr inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

Geo. W. Tull, Orlando, Fla. some farming tools go with place. at grove 1-:3-1m.:: I evelythLLg in the Meat Line.
Liberal advances made on con- S. S. Bowman, Taft, Fla.219d&wklmo'. -FIRST CLASS REP AIRIXc. ,

signments.R. BARNARD & SON M I EL M. Self <& Go.

E. Cochran. President. FOR SALE-Rhode Island Red eggs I
T. L. Turney, Treasurer for setting; fine stock; $1.00 for 13. 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla. I PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
Mrs. Calder. Phone 708. 2-3-lmoc 12-10-ira
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If you have a Wash Goods need, now is the time to fill it.
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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 ;rgoods. Broad-assortments and exceptionally of beautiful Millinery; hundreds of new and becoming Q l ;
low pricing. Hats, full of individuality and distinctiveness. Distinctive 1 1
and wonderful in their beauty and for their faithful interpretation J
y Q WHITE COTTON VOILE, a sheer fine quality, 40 in- of the Parisian models. These beauties are the creation I'
__ches wide, specially priced at _______________________25c of well-known eastern Milliners, and embody value, va- J
riety,beauty and correctness of style not obtainable elsewhere
SILK ORGANDIES, very fine and sheer, beautifulDolly at low cost. Double the Store's I
so a Big price would, we feel,
Q Varden patterns, 40 inches wide ____________60c be a fair average comparison. Flowers of all kinds from tiny I
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 ;
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AVILON LENO, a dainty printed fabric, very fine and here. .
sheer, beautiful designs, 36 inches wide ____________40c
iQiiQi BELMAR VOILES,handsome conventional designs,the ti
kind our grandmothers use to wear, 36 inches wide___35c BOYS' DEPARTMENT
PRINTED VOILES, dainty colorings, in floral and Jac-
Q quard patterns, 36 inches wide ___________________30c OUR BOYS CLOTHING STORE can truly be called the
CREPE PLISSE, in small neat designs, floral, stripes...... Mother's Friend. Here she may buy her boy? a suit with a
and figures. light and dark colors, 32 inches wide ____25c sure guarantee !of stylishness and serviceability, and at the
same time practice economy. The new Spring Suits are natty
CREPES, beautiful line in large floral and small neat and desirable, and low priced.
patterns, dainty colorings, 32 inches wide __________19c very
We have the Famous line of SPRAGUE l\IADE'VASH
HINDOO CLOTH,the most beautiful silk finish! transparent SUITS AND ROMPERS. You may select from these late
fabric we have ever shown,plain white, 45 models, Oliver Twist, Balkan and Tucker, in all
,n, inches wide ___________________________________$1.00 the best and newest varieties Midy of materials.Tommy
1 PIQUE, in plain white, very popular this season, large
and small welts, and a splendid quality at ___________25c
PERSIAN LAWN, a beautiful wash fabric, full 45 in-... OUR BEAUTIFUL GARMENT SOLONS iCi
ches wide, plain white ______ ____ ____ ______"___:25c:
: : : ARE NOW IN THEIR SPRING ARRAY
DOTTED SWISS, small neat dots, in plain white, very
transparent, 30 inches wide_______________________35c revealing all the forerunners of what "IS to BE" in Suits and
JAPANESE CHINTZ CREPE, a handsome sheer ma- Dresses.
The stunning effects, with their smart shortwaists
terial, in white, with small neat embroidered designs new .SUlts
36'inches wide $1.25 and widely flared skirts, in Gabardines, Poplins, Serges.
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PRINTED MULLS, dainty designs and colorings, light The dresses are perfect little dreams of beauty, as fresh
and dark colors, 29 inches wide _________________12/c and charming as spring itself, featuring the popular shades
of Sand, Putty, Belgium Blue and other new shades. -
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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"'Hosi e ryOnyx
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.
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OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT Hose. We are showinga
0 complete line in black,

o Just received a full line of Spring Footwear. Everything tans, white and fancy,
that's good in White Canvas,Buck,Patent and Kid Pumps and the best pure thread .

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

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Capt. W. H. Swinton
expects to
J3ANK YOUR MONEY leave tomorrow for Tampa where he S .
will enjoy fife for several days. eaQ t.oJn

p Mrs. W. E. Martin returned
B'4A'X yes-

PAY BY CHECK friends terday in afternoon St. Petersburg.from a visit to :\ ,

Mr.\ and Mrs.\ Louis Muller, of Bal- i -
timore, are in Orlando for a few days, Q l td
r'i guests at the San Juan hotel.

I Mr. John T. Hammond presidentof
the State Bank of New Smyrna,
is in Orlando on a visit to relatives
t and greeting his many friends.

i # Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Steedman of ll'

k TAKE{? NO CHANCE Woodbury; are among the New Jersey -
people making the San Juan hotel
i DON'T send money through the mails. If headquarters.Miss '

t the letter is lost, the contents are lost and cash \ Edna McMichael arrived yes-

f: seldom finds its way back. terday aftenoon from Altamonte, and -O LDSr !lt

i Think of SAFETY FIRST. is the guest of Mrs. Geo. I. Edgerton -
310 Anderson street. .
Buy a Bank Draft. If the draft is lost we issue Mr. M. S. Moreman, one of Florida's
f another-you don't lose a cent. Cost is little, largest citrus growers is in Orlando .

r -the security certain. today from his home at Switzerland,
You can buy a bank draft here at the %r MEMBER FEDERA1RESERYE ,
l State Bank business day. Fla.Mrs. -
any P. W. Harter, of Utica, N. Y., SYSTEM OF BANKS
has arrived in Orlando for a visit of ,
i The State Bank of Orlando some duration and is pleasantly' located 1'
l at the San Juan. THE "FEDERAL, RESERVE" BANKING SYSTEM, OF

r Dr. Joseph Y. Porter, state health WHICH OUR BANK IS A MEMBER, IS THE BEST BANK- A

i. officer, Jacksonville, and his assist- ING SYSTEM EVER THOUGHT OUT.
ant, Dr. C. F. Young, of Plant City, THE MEMBER BANKS HAVE PUT 137 MILLIONS OF

were among the prominent Floridians GOLD INTO THE U. S. TREASURY. ON THIS GOLD THE I
j't spending yesterday in Orlando.Mr. .
j'i GOVERNMENT ISSUES MONEY.
j'f and Mrs. G. II. Brockett and
j't WE CAN GET MONEY WHEN WE WANT IT BY TAKING
f daughter, of New Haven, Conn., could
j't not resist the temptation to visit our OUR SECURITIES TO OUR DISTRICT FEDERAL RE- ,

City Beautiful on their return North SERVE BANK. S
from southern Florida. YOU CAN GET YOUR MONEN WHEN YOU WANT IT t

t KITCHEN SALE Messrs. Thos. F. Hopkins Jr., and WHEN YOU ARE DEPOSITOR IN OUR BANK.
ANOTHER CABINET Lawton Brown, of St. Augustine, IT'S A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU."
were in the city yesterday on busi-
BANK WITH US. !
ness. They were registered at the San .
It Our Hoosier kitchen cabinet Juan hoteL ,
sale
t was a big
success-last week. Mr. E. T. Entrican who has beenin The Peoples National BanK
Orlando for several months, assisting .
t This week we are going to extend you the his brother, Mr. W. T. Entrican, ,

4 opportunity to buy a Schmce cabinet on the with his painting and wall paper bus-
iness, left yesterday for his home in
; same liberal terms--- Chicago.Mrs. &

1 .Lawrence Gentile who has been I .
i $1.00 and $1.00 Each Week spending several weeks in Pittsburg. 1

Pa., having been called there on account -
F See the cabinets in our window. Come in and of the serious illness and deathof ai

let us demonstrate them for you. her sister, is expected to return to FOR A GOOD A
Orlando tomorrow, accompanied by
A regular $32.50 cabinet, in this special club her son, Master Joseph.

plan sale at only $27.50. I
Mrs. George Bryant and two chil-

dren, of Racine, Wis., who have been
c visiting Mrs. H. H. Putnam, at 624 Dr-l1g S-core:!

Orange avenue, left yesterday after-
1 noon for Tampa where they will
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spend several days. Before returning 1

Orlando.Mr.North .they will pay another visitto PHONE TWENTY


( Geo. T. Barr returned yester-

Y day afternoon from a visit to Greenville They carry stamps as well as Perfumery, Kodaks
S. c., where he had been to look ,

... after business matters. He was accompanied -
and Toilet Articles.
Candy
{ home by his brother, Mr. ;.
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L. L. Barr, who will spend some time
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Barr on r
-" Lake Dot.
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Mr. T. C. Parker, of Macon,Ga.,was .
among the business visitors in Orlando -
0 yesterday. Mr. Parker is the own- ;

er of the Jacksonville Bottling Works < Pharmacy ,
and visits the largest places in this 0

state and Georgia, and he reports
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business as improving generally
throughout these states.

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TEX ACRE ORANGE GROVE SUBDIVIDED r. -
INTO LARGE LOTS
FOR SALE AT AUCTION
FRIDAY, FEB. 26, AT '
$1.00 DOWN 10:30 A. M. FrieJ:1.cts opinions
AND $1.00 PER WEEK\
of
The II. S. Miller place southwest
the citv has been subdivided into .
Oscar Hand & Son large lots suitable for residences
truck gardens and poultry raising !
and will be sold at auction by the r'I'I
Burton Bros. Realty Company of Wil- -
-- son, N. C., Friday moning, February Convincing proof of efficiency in our I ;;';, Ji. ,t
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJ! 26, 10:30 o'clock. Free autos to and ...,.. ,, _-
from the sale will leave corner Church Banking service is the fact that a large .:.. -P-.
street and Orange avenue, beginningat ; . .-

Artistic SouvenirsSterling sale 9:30 are, and guaranteed all persons a ride attending in after the part of our new business arises from the :! !: '

the sale. PS nil cars are held at the \ ,
sale until it is over and kept running recommendation of present patrons. ". 'J I
in. The
until every one is brought
lots are very large and this is the i-I\ ,.*,
time of :your life to buy a suburban J .i... "" .

Silver Spoons, Forks, Hand i home house site.on one There of the is a lots good and five a room good Frequently new patrons tell us that they t. } .,........ I j
another of the lots .
barn and stables on .
Painted China, Crumb Trays and many to be sold which gives the person desiring are establishing relations with this Bank v ,
a place to live at once an ideal
other useful buying proposition at this sale. All
and beautiful
articles typi- T 1 t
the trees on the place are fruit bear- because we have so satisfactorily served
ing in good healthy condition,and the
cal of Florida and Orlando that will.prove fruit yield this season was very satisfactory their friends.
to the present owner. Be-
a source of great delight to friends lieving that there are a good many Ii
your
people who would like to live just out-
side the city so that the advantages
"back North. We also carry a completeline of city life as well as country life A consultation with one of our officers ( e s
could be enjoyed without the high
of up-to-date Jewelry. Our Repair cost of living in the city proper, this
acreage has been subdivided to suit will convince you of the superior service
just such buyers. There are two or I
Department is in charge of most compe- p"ore rows of trees on the lots and A. a
plenty of room in the rear of each
tent workmen. for a garden or poultry yard. The we offer. I
lots being from fifty to one hundred
and fifty feet front, and all lots are
three; hundred feet in depth. The
terms of sale are very easy, namely
one-third cash. the balance in one and
two years with six per cent. interest Oiill3Bauk
T. H. EVANS on the deferred payments. This will Trust CoBally
almost enable a purchaser to pay the t, a
balance with fruit from the lots. .
This[ is certainly a meritorious proposition -
JEWELERHiiHiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiimriiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiii and should be of interest to Orlando's Conservative Bank
many Orlando people as well as from
other places. Don't forget day and ..
,.. date, February 26, 10:30 a. m. ?



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