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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 26, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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VOLUME THREE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1915. NUMBER 13.




"TAKE MINES FROM OPEN SEAS"," SAYS U. S.





VIOLATES SACRED RIGHTS OF NEUTRALS






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SPBMBNASTOILS. ACTION ACT ONDfCRff OF ING COUNTY WILL HIGHWAY BE STARTED PAV- i, CLUB'S"THE MIKADO"PRESENTATION HIGHLY OF

Germany Asked to Cease Attack NEXT WEEK I Bill P PASSED[ SUCCESSFUL OMOlIStl[



. on Merchant Vessels-If BRICK AND MATERIAL ARRIVINGAnd PLEASED AN IMMENSE AUDIENCELucerne
Note Fails What Will
SENATE BIG fORTS
U. S. Do?
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Is Being Unloaded as Rap- Theatre Filled Last

Washington, Feb. 25.-From an au- idly as Possible-To Rush Night at First PerformanceBy

thoritative source the International FOREIGN ENVOYS EXPECTU. Work From This Time APPROPRIATION Well Known FRANCO-BRITISH FLEETS
News Service learned tonight the pro-
S. TO SETTLE
posals which the United States made ForwardIt BILL APPROVED Club REDUCE FORTS OF

t to Great Britain and Germany in I CARRANZA BY SENATE I DARDANELLESGERMANS
notes which were prepared after a : was the belief of M. O. Over- I :I "The Mikado," as presented by the

and meeting immediately of the cabinet dispatched Friday to Am-last DECREE EFFECTIVE TODAY 6 P. M. grading street yesterday the Orange that county the highways work of .NAVAL Bill NEXT ON PROGRAM I II I'I Lucerne Mendelssohn theatre Club, scored last evening a tremendous at the SINK TWO) MORE SHIPS

bassadors Page and Gerrard. would be commenced in earnest next I j _
,Both Great Britain and Germanyare week, and barring inclement weatherthe hit. The-large audien/e which filled !
Note of Protest Forwarded by
asked definitely -WITHDRAW construction of the roads will be Warm Fight May Result-It Is every available seat was an enthusiastic British Lose Two More BoatsA -

THEIR MINES FROM THE OPEN I State Department to Car- hastened. Before the bursting of Thought There May Be I one and frequently interrupted Steamer and Coaster-

SEAS. ranza-New Heavy summer a large portion of the brick |j Extra Session of I the performers with ringing applause. Germans Have Sunk
Great Britain has been asked to Taxes road improvement will have been j So great was the interest displaced

permit an importation of foodstuffs completed. |I Congress that the play will be repeated this Total of 10

into Germany for the non-combatants Washington, Feb. 25.-The All of the paving companies are 1 evening at the Lucerne.So .
ti under the supervision of agents of the matic has become diplo-interested getting; their equipment on the respective I' Washington, Feb. 25.-The agricuI-1 excellent was the playing of the i London, Feb. 25.The forts at the
United States corps gravely roads. The Alabama Paving tural' appropriation bill entire caste that it is impossible to entrance to the Dardanelles have been
in the decree of Obregon at has received of wards of $23,500,000 was passed by reduced after an all day bombard-
Germany has been asked to cease Mexico company thirty cars give individual mention to the various
: which and
attacks on merchant vessels by sub heavy taxes City, on the imposed natives and new for- brick at Pine Castle. Under the direction the senate. The naval bill will be !members of the club. However, the ment by the Franco-British fleet, ac-
marines.In of Allan Weathersbee, who taken up tonight. I work of the "Lord High Executioner," cording to an announcement from the
eigners.
asking the two belligerent na- Individuals and .corporations and has the contract for distributing the I as presented by Judge John M. Che- admiralty' shortly after midnight.

tions to stop the practice of sowing foreign reptesentatives are looking to brick, the hauling of the brick and Extra Session Possible I ney, is deserving of much praise, as
mines in the open seas along the lines the United States to take action. A material is being made as rapidly as Washington, Feb. .-Possibilities I he was the hit of the entire evening. Germans Sink 10 Boats

established by trade routes, the note of protest to Carranza against possible. Grading machines, rollers of an extra session of the senate I His "Got 'Em. on the List" song received London, Feb. 25.The second weekof

United States declares such conductis the decree today was prepared by the and cement have been unloaded.The alone after March 4 for consideration i great applause.' The scene be- Germany's submarine campaign
a flagrant violation of internationallaw I: state and forwarded.It Southern Construction com- of treaties and nominations were be- tween him and "Katisha," which part opened today with the loss of two
and indefensible under the usage department sent immediately becausethe pany has also received several car ing discussed today among was taken so well by Mrs. Koehne, of more British ships. The Deptford, a

of civilized nations, and declares it to decree was will become effective at 6 loads of brick and the hauling has tration leaders. White adminis-I Gotha, was' one of the best in the small steamer, and the Western Coast,
grossly violative of the inherent and o'clock tomorrow commenced, starting at the Conway cials refused to talk on the show. a coaster, were sunk off the English

sacred rights of neutrals. Obregon seeks to extort from the store towards Orlando. The Hudson but it was known President Wilsonwas The "Three Little Maids From I coast by amine! or torpedo. Previ-
The opinion of the InternationalNews corporations of all kinds and nation- company has also received several giving it consideration. School" were lovely. Mrs. Carr, as+.o sly ten vesselS;"seven'of them British -
Service -informant says the cars which will be distributed on the "Yum-Yum," received warm applause j i had been sent to the bottom.
alities, in addition, a tax of three-
I United States has nicely balanced its j j I quarters of one per cent. on their capital Apopka road. DEATH OF WELL KNOWN ORLANDO after her beautiful Solo, "The Sun j Germany apparently is preparingto
propositions to the two countries. I and an additional tribute from all The Winter Park and Oakland road WOMAN EARLY and I." Mrs. Magruder, ss "rl: !. extend the field of these operations,

Each has been asked to make a I tax payers of one-third of their present -I I will not be paved until the heavy THIS MORNINGMrs. Sing," and Miss MillieSmith, as I for three submarines have been" sent
concession which the United States 1 annual tax. tourist travel is discontinued.: This i I"Peep-Bo," both acted their parts ex- I to Pola, presumably for use in the
retrards of equal importance. ,I, I plan has been made by :Mr.Overstreetso Howland Pomoroy, of East |cellently. I II i Adriatic and Mediterranean.

It is unqualifiedly asserted today Oil Refineries Cut Wages as not to interfere in any way with Jackson street, mother of Miss Julia | Mr. Donald Cheney, gas "NankiPoo -

by the state department officials that I Vera Cruz, Feb. 2:>.According to public traffic.NORWEGIAN. .: Pomoroy, assistant Orlando postmaster -[ ," never sang in better voice, and I I'' Russian Statement
the United States had not indicated advices from Tampico, the Waters- died at 12:10 o'clock this morn- I his acting was most excellent.The I Petrog&d, Feb. 25.-The Russians

to Great Britain or to Germany what Pierce and Aguila oil refineries have STEAMER PASSES ing at her home on East Jackson part of the "Mikado of Japan," now open an attack on the main foun-

this country would do if either or put all gold salaried employes on the FLOATING BRITISH street. taken by Mr. Cestia Lawton, was I dation of the Austro-German campaign -

both belligerents shall reject the Mexican currency basis, on a basis UNIFORMS I|I The funeral arrangements have not ably given and elicited considerable for the Carpathians.
proposition of the American notes. been made.One : I The to the south
I favorable comment. Mr. Geo. W. key position from
The is
,. of four to one. cut said to
j have been necessitated by the distress Berlin, via London, Feb. 25.-Dispatches !I brother and one sifter besides Phillips and Mr. Frank D. Guernseyalso Stanislawht has only a shallow area
from North the her daughter survive. I in its rear to the Roumanian border.
THE MISSION STUDY CLASS of the condition of the companies and sea ports say filled important roles. Mr. "For
Norwegian steamer Orla, when com- The Russian rear columns with-
the result of continual uprisings. rest Dabney Carr, as director, exe-
ti The Mission Study class will meet "Nevertheless most of the employes ing through the English Channel recently MANY BARONS IN ORLANDO cuted his responsible duties in his drawing from Bukowina have halted

Monday afternoon, March 1, at 3 were unwilling to accept the reduc- sighted a quantity of floating characteristic able manner. Miss\ Ro- the enemy often enough to give timeto
o'clock, in the Chapter House. These I tion. wreckage in which were British mili- It \expected that today will wit- berta Branch displayed her talent and the main Russian army to range

Q meetings will be held every Monday tary uniforms. It was supposed this ness the arrival of nearly all mem- i skill as a finished pianist. itself north of the Wyshkow pass.
afternoon during Lent, and all who clothing was from some British trans- :.bers of the Birmingham baseball club I j The "Umbrella' Girls" made a pretty The open movements of the battle
BETTER FACILITIES FOR \
are interested in mission study are MINERS port which has been sent to the bot- I|,r that opens the training season in Or- |l! scene with their dance. In fact, succeeded in separating numerically

cordially welcomed at these meetings. tom. |lando. Those who arrived yesterday jail| the girls were "stars," entirely the strongest Austrian army from its
New York Feb. 25.-The Colorado
' The program will be given as follows: 'were Danny Clark,J. T.Fitzgerald,R. j'captivating the audience. The cho- I mountain defenses and from Austro-
Fuel and Iron at the direcors'
Leader, Mrs. E. La Rue Bliss. company, SWISS ARRANGE FOR AN EXCHANGE -I'I A. McDuffie, D. T. Colwell, Jno. L. |I rus was large, splendidly trained, and German columns further west.
here
Topic, Bishop Restwick; Mrs. W. resolution meeting providing today for the, adopted construction a OF-WAR PRISONERS Courtley, B. L. Love, Fred Jacobe, brought countless exclamations of de I The developments preparatory to
R. O'NeaL SHORTLR I and David L. Roth. II light. gigantic trials of strength. in the

Topic, Work of Medical Missionaries cilities of for more the comfortable miners. housing fa- I The stage setting was a Japanese I north produce incessant changes.
in China; Deaconess Parkhill. I Berne, Switzerland, Feb. 25.The LOOT BANK OF $4,000 I garden, with arbor and pergola covered Enormous numbers are now engaged -
Although the strike by the miners
t Reading; Mrs. Remsen. arrangement recently effected by with wisteria, bright-hued Jap- from the northwest of Novoi
b on the company's properties, which of IIavana Ark. Feb.25. Two maskedmen I i Georgievsk to the center of the Ger-
Hostesses: Miss Cary-EIwes, Miss attracted world wide attention France and Germany for exchange anese lanterns hanging over all. .
Hudson, Miss Hart. I owingto prisoners of war incapacitated for future held up the bank at Havana this !I These were lighted by electricity all I man position above Prasnysz.
its severity, concluded last December
unconditionally was it was decidedto military activity, will be put into afternoon, taking all money in the I i the light effects being operated by j II This weakened the eastern army

J. C. DROSSIER VERY ILL WITH give better housing facilities operation in a few days. The Swiss bank, totaling $4,000, and forced the Caplinger. (I which is still unable to overpower a
PNEUMONIA\ on hospital trains will be made up for president to leave with them. The )small Russian force which has been
demand I
the chief of the miners which :
I transportation- invalids. president was found in the mountains I COUNTERFEIT $20 GOLD CERTIFICATE i fighting for a fortnight on all sides
j
led to the strike.SIIIP"S
eleven miles away unharmed. I DISCOVERED BY i for an outlet from the;Au gusto woI
I
It is with regret that we mention
CHIEF SMITH ILL y I forest. '
.
tl. illness of J. C. Brossier SECRET SERVICE I
e secretary
CREW IS GIVEN $1,000
NO POLICE COURT The Russian Grodno column advancing -
'aid: treasurer of the Reporter-Star, FOR SINKING GERMAN I I
chief of has westward through Lipskow
who is confined at the McEwan san- W.1. Smith, police, Washington, Feb. 23.-A new coun- |
itarium with pneumonia. lie was SUBMARINEParis been suffering from a severe case of There was no police court yester- terfeit $20 gold certificate has been j, has forced an opening.
indigestion and was unable to attendto day. Records for the month of Feb- discovered by the secret service. It i Two more regiments have come
take sick Monday. Yesterday his con- 'j
Feb. 25 French marine
,
dition was alarming as his > as- the duties of his office yesterday. ruary will be established this year. is of the series of 1906 and bears the .through.
temperature .
surance companies have turned over .
- -- --- I General Bulgakoff: with five regi-
the
work-
portrait Washington,
was 104. His parents, Mr.\ and $1,000 to Ministre of Marine Augag- ,
{ments still valiantly holds his groundi
:Mrs. F. C. Brossier, of Miami, have' Arts In :.manship of which is said to be par-i .
neur, to be given to the crew of the Frenchmen Carry Fine ticularly The number of the I i inside the forest.SPECIAL .
been notified and were to have arrived ship of the second light squadron, poor.
, last night. The Sentinel expressesthe which sank a German submarine at ': specimen in the hands of the secret j MATINEE PERFORMANCE
Their Blood Orlando Man service is D10449787.
hope that Mr. Brossier will rap- Boulogne Tuesday.The Says

idly improve. Marquis of Ornano has offereda
350,000; U. S. CHILDREN PETITION
prize of $1,000 for the next Zeppelin -
Editor of the Morning Sentinel: To be sure of that one has nothingbut FOR PEACE This afternoon Mac Tallman, manager -
STEAMER\ DACIA UNMOLESTED\ brought down in France. I'
of the Grand theatre, will give
I read your today's editorial, "The to peruse the last numbers of the
ON HER VOYAGE Decline of the Arts," and found it "Larousse Illustre" and see that I I Washington; dozen Washingtonschool ,the public an opportunity of seeing

FALL OF PRZASNYZ IS BEING very interesting. However, I feel French art never falls. Frenchmen children have presented Secre- (Margaret Clarke in "The Goose Girl"

New York, Feb. 25.-The Dacia, CLAIMED IN BERLIN that to render France justice it is of be absolutely axiomatic to admit that i tary of State Bryan with a peace petition at a special matinee performance P
which Great Britain has been expected ADVICES my duty to make the following remarks French at never falls. Frenchmen ] signed by 350,000 school chil- j I commencing at 2:30 o'clock. Go

to seize at sea because of her upon it: carry fine arts in their blood, and I dren in various sections of the coun- ;s:early and get a good seat
transfer from German to American Berlin, via London, Feb. 25.-The I agree with you entirely when you that consequently French art will exist -r try. The petition is about two and
registry, is questioned, had almost town of Przasnysz, Russian Poland, say that "art does not make for as long as Frenchmen last.I ,one-half miles long. I I CARL DANK SELLS FRANK P.
completed on February 23 her voyage yesterday was taken by storm by the peace," and that the dreadful war go- would appreciate your seriousnessvery t KNOWLES TWO LOTS

from Norfolk across the Atlantic German forces, according to official ing on at present abroad contributedto much if from now on you would I WELSH BEATS WHITE I. Mr. Frank P. Knowles, of Guilford, a

and had not been molested. Messages announcement today. The Germans the fall of art. But I object to the suppress the expression"poor France" ., has bought two lots from Carl

received here today assert that on captured 10,000 prisoners. first statement in regard to the from your vocabulary, because Franceis Milwaukee, Wis., Feb. 25.-Champion I Dann. Mr. Knowles has been spending -

that date the Dacia was 400 miles French nation-"France is an excep- not in a position to be pitied, but Freddy Welsh' clearly outclassed I the winter in Maitland, but will aI
west of Land's End, England ana CANT EVE:? TALK WAR tion to the belligerent countries." It admired. Charley White in their ten round bout build on his Orlando lots this fall, and

would proceed through the English is true that French art is not as sen- Thanking you in advance for the here tonight. I will make this city his winter home.
Channel to Rotterdam if not taken. Doc Estes prop 'etor of the drug 'sational as it was before the war, but publication of these lines, I remain.
store that bears his name, says he done!' AUTOS IN ABUNDANCEAs
should know that the sparks are Yours very truly, .,* THE WEATHER
New books in that 50 cent library has no news "nevlr have, still burning in the fire, and that at ; MAURICE S. NESSIM. I l the "Mikado" was being ren- 1

edition. New lines in Crane's sta waiting on patrons jnd filling oroers.1 the first opportunity they are goingto '210 N. Orange Ave. Florida: Fair Friday and Satur- dered last evening thirty-three auto- .

tionery. Curtis & O'NeaL call again." enlighten the world, as usuaL Orlando, Fla, Feb. 25, 1915. day. mobiles were parked in Court street.

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From Taft, Fla.Taft viding be awake places for to rent their, and interests who oughtto and i Seeds Seeds Seeds j !

KEYSTONE HOTELCorner their duty.

Fla. Feb. 2-1.-\lrs.. Miller -
and Church Streets of Boston, Mass, arrived last The NEW STORE
MIKADO
Splendid 1 service. Excellent looms. Hot and cold water. One oC the beat
Tuesday to remain for the Thursday and
balance of Friday Evenings .
cooks in the s.ate. Rates 17.60 per w tek: and up. Special:; rates to parties Lucerne
wishing table board. the season She has apartments at Theatre NEW SEEDS

W. G. DUNCAN, Prop. the Nelson House.
Mr. and Mrs. Mochett, Mrs. Emery Mrs. Helen Gardner and Mr. Jen-
.
and Miss Fieda Niehausmyer were kins Dolive who have been playing Sweet Corn, Field Corn, Peas, Beans, Etc. We
ROSSMORE INNWindermere ; ;
among our Tampa visitors last week. .' with a moving picture production
Mrs. Emma Bray, of Oshkosh, Wis, company in New York'arrived in Or- ! guarantee our seeds to be fresh.Don't ; ;

is a guest of her brother, Geo. K. lando yesterday.FORTY '
be disappointed, to for Drugs I
This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric Thomas, on Fifth avenue. come us
tights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with Mr. Geo. Dennison, a former resi- OPERA HOUSES CLOSED ; ; and Garden Seed.City .
bath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish- dent of Taft, but later of Winter IN WAR ZONE
ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. Park, has moved, with his family, Paris.-A committee is being
bask here. The same old story; after formed in Paris by patrons of music
once living in Taft no other placeis representing France, Great Britain,
The Osceola Pocono Manor Inn satisfactory.The Russia, Belgium and the United Drug Store .
funeral of Jacob Flummerfelt, States, with the object of creatingand
Orlando, Florida Pocono Manor Pa who died very suddenly last week, endowing institution for the "A GOOD DRUG STORE."
was held at the chapel on Friday. reief of distress among opera singers -
J. w. :HURLEYMANAGER Rev. Mr. Brewer officiated. Therewas choristers and musicians. J. L DEAI Ph.G.
a large attendance, and a pro- Forty opera houses in France and ,. ,

fusion of beautiful flowers. Burialat Belgium have been indefinitely closed. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .+++. . . . . . . . .-Ml
Oak Ridge cemetrey.The Otto H. Kahn, chairman of the
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VISIT "COLLIElT GROVE"-ON LAKE APOPKAFOR tourists' entertainment for the board of the Metropolitan Opera -

THE BEST FISHINGOn benefit of the chapel, last Thursday House, New York, it is understood -
main country road, four miles east of Clermont and three miles west ofI I evening, was exceptionally fine, espe- I is directing American partici- All Next Week Under
Ookland; 16 miles west of Orlando, at Bear's Gap Station, T. & G. R. R. cially the lecture of Mrs. M. B. Rey- pation in the plan. It is intended to
Parking place for Autos. Fine Pier and Pavilion and Picnic Grounds. Tripsto nolds, describing her travels and the convert one of the Parisian theatres
wonderful "Boiling Springs." Steel Motor and Row Boats, well equipped, customs of the people in Palestine, into an operatic academy, in which Canvas
for hire. Agents for Ferro Motors and Mullin's Steel Boats. Bethlehem and the Holy Land. The Jean de Reszke and Henry Russell,

Oakland Office with T. Connell, Grocer. Telephone at residence, "Collier audience listened with eager interestto director of the Boston Opera Com-

Grove," call Monte Verde. Pavilion on pier. Can be engaged for dancing every word and in imagination followed pany, will assist. .
purposes. her through that interesting
country. A neat sum was realized. CONTRACTORR.
- -- --- Mrs. M. B. Reynolds, Mrs. II. B. N. SEYMOUR is the man to see Stock Co1
TOURISTS Bristol, Mrs. Estella Dimon, Mrs. H. before letting contract, if you are go-
ATTENTION! B. Johnson, and Miss M. G. Johnsono ing to build and want the best house
possible! for money invested.P. .
We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando to Daytona Beach today for a O. Box 195. LPhone 478. ,

Prepared by our New York Cook week's outing. 2-18-1moc
Mayor A. M.\ Bristol, H. H. Child,

100 Rooms Bath Steam Heat and W. A. Levis were business call- 40 PEOPLE
$1.00 ers in Orlando Friday. The lot advertised for $1200,
Among the guests registered at the
Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water Nelson House were J. M. Flummer- with a reduction of $400.00, if

felt, New Jersey; W. J. Lyda, Tampa; buyer would build, was boughtby B
12 Piece Ballif allif Orcliestra h
EMPIRE HOTEL T. W. Smith, Washington, D. C.; A. n n
W. Whitmore, Ashtabula, 0.; J. R. Mr. Samuel Brice of New

54 Light Housekeeping Rooms Brewster, Topeka, Kas.; R. J.Wrightson York. We have decided to of-
: Pittsburg, Pa.; P. T. Jamison,
:Milwaukee, Wis. fer another one.
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Electric Baths C. H. Wright, wife and grand-
Lights, Open the Year Round I
daughter, Dorothy, who have been
European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite I spending the winter with Mr. and Corner lot, well located. Side-

'Mrs. A. L. Wright, started for their walks, water, lights, gas. North-
.-* northern home in Winchester, Ind.,

last week. east. $1000.00.Vill take $600if The : all of the W Dotts

Rain, rain, rain Cannot you stop buyer will build within one ,

Ill I lffM summer some of!it and save it up for next year.

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Thursday THE and MIKADO Friday Evenings 4 Act Drama
Lucerne Theatre

LENTEN CALENDAR FOR 1915 3 Vaudeville Specialties Between Acts

THE ARCADE HOTEL February February 17-Ash 21-First Wednesday.Sunday in CARL DANN

J. B.*MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop. Lent. ADMISSION lOc 20c. .
February 24-Ember Day-St. Ma- ,
First Class Restaurant Livery and Autosin thias. REAL ESTATE ..

Building in Connections February 26-Ember Day. Band Concert 3 p. m., Monday in
February 27-Ember Day. I
Orlando, Fla. February. 28-Second Sunday in '
Lent.March COMPANY front of DeLaney's Drug Store. '

7-Third Sunday in Lent.
March 14-Fourth Sunday in-Lent.

I March 21-Fifth Sunday in Lent. k1\II! AN ADDED .JOY
ORLANDO ROOFINGAND March 25-Annunciation.. V \ : ;:
March 28-Sunday (Palm) before ORLANDOPLUMBING

Easter. i 1 a To the letters you re-
March 29-Monday in Holy Week.
SHEET METAL CO. March 30-Tuesday in Holy Week. ceive if they are writtenon _

Week.March 31-Wednesday in Holy CO1. stationery that is of

Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos April 'Maunday Thursday. fine quality and correct
,
April 2-Good Friday. 26 WEST PINE STREET shape.
and Rubber RoofingsCornices April 3-Easter Even.
April 4-Easter Day. PHONE 122 r HIGHLAND LINEN

Skylights. Heating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings I. fills requirement
I PURCHASED FOUR LOTS AND every ,

: WILL BUILD IMMEDIATELY Best Plumbing at Low- of the most exacting
I
Works: 14 E. Church St. : ORLANDO _
Rockford. IlL Man Has Right Idea est PricesWe customer because it is

When He Invests Heavily in "CRANE"
Real Estate HoldingsMr. are not in the combine. T T m TJ )\ quality.llIJAllUI .
SLAUTER'S latest inventions used

'\'l 1 dent" you s et the ri?ht R. J. Weightman, of Rockford, on all first-class J W. S. Branch

v medicine for Ill Orlando's, is one gospel of the latest of progress converts and to Plumbing ConstructionDoctors : 1Y II mJmoo: THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE

prosperity. He has purchased a beau-
"- that cold? tiful lot on Kuhl avenue, for a home, -
and has purchased four lots in other
Wdve parts of the city and will let con- Special Priced For Special Reasons
.got" it-
Bnekiimster & Bmndagc
tracts for houses immediately.Mr. IN ORDER THAT I MAY GO NORTH TO MY BUSINESSA .
Weightman is in the hardware ;
OSTEOPATHS good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800
business in Rockford and knows of a
full bearing Orange, Grapefruit and Tangerine T'ees. Within two
certainty that building materials will Personal instruction under Dr. Still blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addi-
be very much higher in the fall than ; tion to making a home this property will make a yearly return on
at the present time and wisely does at Kirksville Mo. the investment of from 10 to 25 per cent, according to crop and
?,, Jsrau5 his building now. It is the intentionof Hours, 9 to 12; 1 to 5; Evenings by market conditions price $8,300.00; also
in Winter Park 12-room, New Modern
Mr. Weightman to sell out his appointment. My Residence Property
dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front: 20 acres of
business in Illinois and will build his 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples land highly improved, 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigated
I home on Kuhl avenue, to which he National Bank. Phone 578. pardenr: Property is close in, well located, close to the new
will' come permanently next fall. The Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough for
the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, 16f-
houses he is building as an in-
other
Dr. S. S. Jones 500, and will give p-ssession in 30 days.
i'L vestment. To any agent that sells the above described property for me II
l l When people from the outside see CHIROPRACTOR will pay a commission of Five per cent, reserving the right to list
the possibilities of this growing city the property at will or to sell it myself.
and invest freely in building it looks graduate Davenport College, 17 and '

like our home people ought to get 209.18 Yowell-Duckworth Intelligent people building everywhereare ; phone I "RfX F. EEEZEL':

trr:: busy and say "come on boys." To be being restored to health by chiropractic !
BOX 3:;, WINTER PARK, FLORIDACounty's
effective a man must practice whathe adjustments, the new science:
of disease. Ex- Orange College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places.
the
preaches, and it will have more of removing cause
amination free. 12-24-lmo I
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weight with strangers point -
STOP THAT COLD! If you don't you may have pneumonia and buildings you have constructed dur- PHONE-- 646 j
die. This is plain talk but you had better heed our warning. ing the past year than to urge themto ;
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When you come to us for medicines for your cold or any- take advantage of opportunities. AUTO FOR HIRE Dr. Thompson D. K. DavidsonGOLF
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thing else wrong with you, we sell you the best preparations Every winter- Orlando is overrun CLASS REPAIRING- DENTISTRecently
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science and honesty can compound. REXALL COLD TABLETS- with house hunters and the supply INSTRUCTOR .
BARNARD & SON .'of New York
MFRUE's PHA-RMA CY never equals the demand, and yet Orlando Country
Over Curtis & O'Neals Orange Ave.24d&wlm Club
there are men of means here who Street Orlando, Fla.
17 Hughey
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.- Property of Dr. J. C. Howell and Frances W. Ross. Music by Ragtime Band. Male Quartette.


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


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


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t S OIL YOUR RUBBERS I BREACH OF PROMISE SUIT COM- ADDITIONAL LOCALJoe Dibble & Ernest of Eustis. Mr. F. A. M. E. CONFERENCE CONVENES HAS COMPLETED NINTH RESIDENCE -
PROMISEDNew A. Kilgore accompanied Mr. Smith.- '
Before wearing your rubbers rub Kirkland, arrested by Officer Eustis Lake Region.Mr. I
them well with vaseline, lard or sweet York Feb. 24. A twenty-five Broom, was fined $5 in police court I Mr. J. F. Schumann, who is one of
oil, letting it remain on for a day or thousand dollar breach of promisesuit Wednesday for getting drunk. T. P. Howes, of Orlando, was The African Methodist Episcopal !the largest individual builders of
two. The greater part will be absorbed brought a year ago by Miss Clara in town last night. Mr. Howes is a conference convened at the Mount'dwelling houses in Orlando, has just
by the rubber and the grease Young, of Perryville, Mo., against Mrs. F. D. Day and Mr. L. E. brother of Mr. Will Howes, a popular Olive A. M. E. church yesterday. '' completed his ninth house for the-
will prevent the rubber from break "Jeff" Tesreau, one of the pitchers of Hawks, of Duluth, Minn., are among young traveling man, who once made Rev. A. W. Adair was elected sec're-season, and will construct three more
ing. The superfluous oil can be removed the New York Nationals, was compromised the visitors now enjoying the sightsin his home here, and is kindly remem tary, and the organization was completed .before summer. Mr. Schumann says
with a soft cloth. out of court today, and the I II -and around the city. They arrived bered all over this county. lie is I with the election of other offi he has received notification from ma-

terms of the agreement were kept se yesterday and are stopping at the now in Boston, attaining considerablesuccess 'cers.Bishop terial houses in Chicago and Atlanta
I I John Hurst is
THE MIKADO cret. San Juan.J. I as a cartoonist. lie has great presiding. that building materials will advance
L Thursday and Friday Evenings I natural talent in that line, and often I Today is election day for eight delegates twenty; per cent. during the next four.
Lucerne Theatre Get the news in the Sentinel first. W. Darracott of Coronet, is entertained his friends with his clever to the next general conference. months.
of his timein Ocala Star. There are many candidates for the
spending the major part pictures.- I
and near Orlando where he has (positions.
PAY TRAIN IN CITY
Montgomery Route Express some large road contracts connected NEW LIGHT PEDESTALSJas.
with the system of county brick I THE MIKADO
Favorite all-the-year train from Jacksonville to St Louis. Through .
.. roads being built in Orange county.- Thursday and Friday Evenings The pay train on the Atlantic CoastLine
drawing-room sleepers;all meals in dining car. Two nights and o day.
L. Giles has had installed sev- was in Orlando Wednesday and
Plant Courier.Mr. Lucerne Theatre
City
Dixie Limited and ,_. _. South Atlantic Limited
Flyer c., en new white cement lighting pedes- replenished the exchequers of their
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Dixie Limited fastest and finest PX 9 0traia I Sooth Atlantic Limit. .o. o. ck;
...totbe Northwest; DiieFl"' II \ I!i and coareaieat. way t.fa. Ciaoisasti.Cleveland . G. E. Smith of Springfield, tals in front of his property on Lu-' FROM PINE CASTLE employes.
.ervic. to Chi.caf i- ladiaaaaolia.Leal'Tille
year-rovad
F. ...St.Loaia and other poiats. Detroit and Ceatral"'......-ia'. Tenn., with the Smith Realty com- cerne Circle. The posts are the sameas
Why Travel by the Land N.? pany, operating at Apopka, was here those in front of H. L. Beeman's. HERE FROM MACON, GA.
Because of fast time rock ballasted track, modem trains unexcelled Monday to advertise in Lake Regionthe They are very attractive and it will Mrs. C. C. Hall and Mrs. S. Frank
dining cars;service to every important terminal in the West and Northwest big land sale going on there. See not be long until the entire Lucerne I Phillips, of Pine Castle, were in Or- '
;ckoice of routes, accommodating agents employers: and officials. Cirde is beautified by these additional lando Wednesday. Mrs. Phillips is the Mrs. J. D. McMurray and Miss Elizabeth
is boom,
.. .schedules .. wire ad. Apopka on a having a I
To lalarsistiea. reservations etc. etc: 'phone write or
H.C BRETNEY,FbrUs r....A.....IM W.Bar St.iBeD'.!heae UT; ). JxaaoanOe.Ha. new city hall, bank, electric lights, lights, making a real "white way"j Sentinel correspondent for that thriving from Macon, Ga., are visitingMrs. .
Dif eat aad. ...en....le.,.the California Expw: "'it>osa \\rile for details. railroad, and firfie well just bored by for Orlando. tow A. B. Slade.


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PROGRESSIVE ORLANDO, tion, nor any city lots outside of Mr. Tourist -
South Florida Sentinel NO. 1- the corporation, though I have some
I splendid building lots near Lake Eola
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MORNING AND WEEKLYW.
M. GLENN ......................Editor The TelegraphA and they will be priced on their nier- Here's Some Real ....\,-
W. C CSSINGTOX ......Bo.in..u Man crr man said to the Sentinel recentlythat its. See the owner and save commis
he came to Orlando sions. H. C. McDaniel. Phone 708.
Entered at the service I 9.26lmo'Two- Estate BargainsFor
as Second Claw pottoffi Mail e Matter.at Orlando. Florida could get premier telegraphic .
in this city. "I left for the .
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Sale by Us u-
ExclusivelyModern
Daily, 1 Year ........................ $5.00 reason that I knew I could receive ex- I I J n ..
Daily. 6 Months 2.6O cellent telegraphic service in Orlando.I Handsome I
(lath.= 1 Months :::::::::::::::::::::: L25Dafly. seven room residence -
1 Month ....................... .611 wanted to keep in touch with Northern on Lake Minnie for
,Weekly. 1 Year ...................... 11.00ALL markets. I had to have the best Lake Front I only $3500.;
SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN service in the state to transact my

_. ADVANCE Iowa business. I desired close and Grove and Home I Beautiful lot 75x155, dandy
TO ADVERTISERS: accurate connection with the Chicago view of Lake Lucerne. Act

Copy for diiplay ud all other handMtdTtrtininr Board of Trade. The city where I
ual value $2000 Owner will
moat be handea in at the business Properties
was spending the winter suited me in
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office .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. sacrifice for
the day before publication. This rate applies many particulars, but Orlando had only $i6co. ,
U chanres for contract adrertivnc it I.layariable .
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and will be strictly adhered to. the best telegraphic service. I knew Two beautiful homes on EXTREMELY OBLIGED
it and I came to you city. For this
Sotaeribrn' desiring, T"fc* Sentinel discontinued I Lake Eola. Owner must sell.
should notify the oJiee in writing on reason I shall come next year." !
the date of expiration. otherwise it will be I One of them is the pret- Price of either only :6oco.
Since 1850 the telegraph has developed -
continued at the regular subscription rates.
until notice to stop is received. from five miles to more than tiest lake front location in i Several new California bungalows 'Ve extend our thanks for the appreciation -
Telephone Numb r ...... ... .......2.
I twenty million miles of wire in the I the State of Florida, with i ready to move into shown us by the many hundreds who

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 26, 1915. United States alone, constituting large acreage and a most to the
I $1800 up to $3000.Cooper came Grand Theater, who saw, and
: more than 60 per cent. of the total. modern
dwelling.The .
I went away more than satisfied at the ef-
A new safe for State Treasurer I There are thousands of stations in
J. C. Luning last year cost $$2,155.II this country and while the companies other has a fine Atha forts we had made to show them in the

"Safety first," regardless of price! always endeavor to have uniform service grove, with modern improvements best possible way available what Orlando

o I this is not always the case. Some 114 South can
I and worthy of Orange Are, Ground Floor
Pure food editor of the Punta stations are better than others. It do."A
any further improvementsdesired. Phone No.
311
Gorda Herald is that Orlando has of
again bewailing the so happens two little imagination, a little
fact that the state legislature is soon the best telegraphic stations in the .
to convene.-Orlando Citizen. state of Florida. And this fact is of These observation, a little hard work,
are high priced
o such vital' interest that business men
properties but some ideas and the 'tout en-
they
are
People who can not journey to the in far away cities with the ambition !
Golden West this summer can see to get away from a hard winter and I both big bargains. VENEER CORES semble" of the whole exhibition

torn of the Panama exposition seek the Southland come to Orlando t I

through the medium of newspapercuts where an opportunity of running a j I $1.25 I without a riyal outside of New
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and the "movies." business thousands of miles distant } York."

o is easily accomplished. ,' Per Strand Up I

Old Boreas is in The manager of the Western Union :' SlDoWSon o '
busy the North FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND 'Ve feel proud of our succeswe say
Telegraph company yesterday esti- j OAK WOOD
country and fierce snow and sleet
I 'VE, meaning Orlando itself for Orlando's
storms have mated that 100,000 messages are handled j
put telegraph and rail-
ways out of commission in a large yearly in the Orlando office, 1 REAL ESTATENo. Orlando Wood Yard ;' success is our success and our success is

area. In Florida it's different.A nearly 300 messages per day flash- j 3 WEST PINE STREET B. W. Kingsley, Proprietor Orlando's success.
o ing to all corners of the world. Jlesj j PINE STREET AND R R. I'

famous agriculturist and botanist sages have been dispatched to every t I Second Floor Telephone 344 'Ve are now fairly launched for SPRING
country in Europe, China, Japan, 9-30
says that plants have the same feel- I business. Every department is complete e
Cape Colony, Egypt, Turkey, South
ings and emotions as human beings. I with the very latest idiosyncracies of ,
America, Australia, and many other I
lIe may be right, but we can't quite I
foreign nations. ':- Fashion Fancies; the latest shade-the
imagine a turnip going crazy with. The manager of the Postal Tele- '! I newest weave-the last word appertaining '
the toothache.
o graph company yesterday computed ', to men and women's wear we believe is '
that nearly 150 messages per day are f
with here for confirmation
us waiting
) your -
In its slow, subtle
steady, march handled through the Orlando office, ',
through the past century King Booze and appreciation.
making a total for the year of more I
has killed as many good men as the than 50,000 messages.
European war leaders. The only difference I i i
From the figures it will be seen thatOrlando's .
is in the time. In one case it II I
)two telegraph companies {II I PAY US AN EARLY VISIT
required 100 years, in the other four dispatch through the local offices I I

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than 150,000 Eola and Eola Park
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"COME-BACKS" O. B. & L. CO. MAKES DOUBLE .
"Jet" Bowden of Jax. SALE i t I IN MILLINERY AND READYTOWEAR -

"Joe" Cannon of HI. I
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"Gen. Joffre of I
Paris.
During the past few days the Or- {

"Bill" McKinley of 111. lando Building and Land .company The time is for investment in this ,
"W. Powell of Clearwater."J. now ripe an par-
have sold two high grade building'lots I
'Ve believe have
Villa of MeL we already achieved success -
to Mr. N. A. Boone of Illinois
-and last, but not least, who will probably build in the fall. I ticular section of the city. Property well bought will be if crowded aisles and delighted pur-

THE BILL COLLECTOR. Their latest sale' is a furnished bun- I chases are any criterian.

o low to Miss E. Van Holsen, of New absolutely certain of producing a profit. I have two or

FUGITIVES- York, who expects to make Orlandoher t MILLINERY
In J. C. Luning's annual report of home. The O. B. & L. Co. are three offerings which I.can recommend as sure MONEY-

the state treasury for 1914 $100 was very active and have a fine list of I FOR EVERY OCCASION, SOCIAL OR

paid for "expenses of arrest and rewards clients, and they confidently expect to j i MAKERS.

for fugitives from justioe." make many sales within the next few i :I OTHERWISE

Evidently the fugitives after the first weeks. Call and let me show.them to you. :
spurt decided "running away" was I READY-TO-WEAR

taking the joy out of life, so they, FINE HEAD LETTUCE
gave up and surrendered. Or it might of head let- 'I \
Jesse Sims has a patch j .
? been that only fugitive TAILORED SUITS '
rave one was of Gould and Robinson
tuce at the corner ;I i
captured by the officers and the reward -
avenue that would take the blue I i MORNING FROCKSAFTERNOON ..
was $100. ribbon in any exhibit. It is of the i i

o New York variety of head lettuce and i I DRESSES
COMPARISONBelgium is of a superb quality. Mr. Sims is.I| S. Y. WAYInsurance !

had 11,373 and the United in Mr. Goodrich's office at the court i COATS FOR .TIIE CAR .

States has 3,026,789 square miles; house. i
Belgium had 7,074,910 and the United EVENING DRESSES
and Real Estate
States has 98,781,324 population; Belgium Mrs. Gertrude E. Hammond, who i I Agent DANCE FROCKS

had 42,000 and the United has spent the winter at the home of | I

States has 97,760 peace strength, and her mother, Mrs. E. B. Terry of PHONE 172MMMIiMMMMIIIMIMMIMIMIIIIMIMinilMMIHIIIIIMMHIIMIIMllMi i LIGHT EVENING WRAPS
Belgium had 180,000 total trained war 106 East Central avenue, left 'last ii

strength and the United States has evening for California where she will i 1I

225,150 total trained war strength including visit with friends and take in the I Many of them bear the stamp of exclusiveness -
organized militia and Philip- Panama-Pacific International Exposi
pine scouts. tion. and individuality our aim. Many

o of them are models and copies from fa-

is known to mous "Ateliers" of Parisian Modistes and .
STATE TRE.SURER'SREPORT "Bob" McSwine, as he ; I

his many friends, who has been ill, is Ii i Costumiers, but all of them, without a

The report of the state treasurer, I reported to be much better. single exception, are priced so extremely
,
J. C. Lvming for the period beginning I reasonable that
- -- they are a revelation to
January 1, 1914, and ending December .
many, unaccustomed to our standard of
31, 1914 has been published in I '
a book of 317 pages. Receipts for values. .

1914 were $3,429,784.89 and disburse- I $225 $250 and so on | Our CIientale is rapidly increasing, are

ments 339068547. In 1914 $25- i .Ii you among the number? .
824J5S was the interest on deposits of


state The funds.total income from interest on I up to $500 or $550 4.i

state funds deposited in banks from .
1897 to 1914 inclusive, amounted to

$214,418.40 1-2 for each an year average of the of past$11,912.13 eighteen .-- I I Any price you want to pay for one of the choice"i i .

years that interest has been paid |

by banks on state funds more than _A'._
the entire expense of the office of the THORNTON PARKLots. |

state treasurer for the year 1914, including .
his salary and that of his entire


In clerical addition force.to the above revenue of Terms easy if desired. Only reasonable re- ; DICKSONIYrS CO.

$25,824.58 turned into the state treasury -
the department also turned into strictions. Call at 905 E. Central Avenue, or ask ,

the state treasury during the year
1914, the handsome sum of $2 8.804.- your dealer if you care to see these lots.

59, this amount being received from
.DEP ARTMENT STORE.
insurance companies doing businessin
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this sum was received on account of ORLA DO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

licenses for companies and their I The Store of true service of never.faiHng .

agents, $157,727.09 received on account I TAYLOR & THORNTON rProprietors' of fair dealing of trust.worthy mer.caur.tesJ

of premium tax from said com- chandise, at right prices

panies in this state, and 1665.00 received V
ORLANDO -
on account of fees provided by FLOIIIIA
law for filing the annual statements :

.of said companies in the office of the .i *1t 1 -

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I IGRAND THEATRE i i: "GET IT AT ALLEN'S" iJi


By Miss Eliza Wright Open 2 p. m. and 6:30'p. m. I;

Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254 I Admission 5 CentsTODAY'S


WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR party, Mrs. Vivian being the hostess. ...It.IIIIIII..IIIIIIIIII%,
Miss Grace Holt won the prize for
PROGRAM
Feb. 25th27th. .
L the highest score at bridge. Many
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Golden
TODAY Seat "Lucile Love, the Girl
Friday members dropped in later and enjoyeda of Mystery," No. 13, in two parts. .
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"At home;" Miss Mary Guernsey, social chat. Chocolate, punch, cake, Joker Comedy. "Jane and Jealousy -
in honor of Miss Satterthwaite and sandwiches, and bonbons were served ," with Max Asher, Louise Fa-
Miss White. zenda, and Bob Vernon.
"At home;" Mrs. J. Merle McElroy. the guests. Beautiful bowls.of nas- .... Fire cents to all.
Dinner dance. Rossmore Inn. turtiums adorned the mantel and ta-
"Mikado," Opera House. bles, the flame vine ,also being used -
REV. LEY DELIVERS
Saturday INTERESTING .
in decorating. The afternoon was
Belgian relief card party, Rosalind JESSE L. LASKY ADDRESS AT TOURISTHEADQUARTERS o WANT A :
Club; Mrs. Davis, chairman. spent most pleasantly. WATCH ? 0
Civic League meeting, Chapter ....0- presentsMARGUERITE You
House. I can get a reliable time piece at any price you

Entro Nous Club; Mrs. Fort, hos- BACHELOR GIRLSENTERTAINED.. CLARKIN Rev. J. B. Ley, pastor of the Methodist -I choose to pay. You: will find this a different kind of a .
watch store, where watches are regarded .
ll as staple
ar-
tess.Saturday The "Bachelor Girls" enter- church, gave a very interestingand .
were
Auction Bridge Club; ticles and sold at the close margin of staple goods. Fine
Miss Roumaine Clark, hostess. tained yesterday afternoon by Miss entertaining talk at the Tourist jewelry at moderate prices.ALLEN .

Ft --0-- Mayme Thornton most delightfully. "THE GOOSE GIRL"A Headquarters yesterday afternoon.
BARBECUE AT Beside the club members, Mrs. Gordon
He said he had thought of talking & CO. JEWELERS
v LAKE GATLIN. Wright, Mrs. Thomas Brodwater, ,
I The members of the Society of Mrs. Leon Fort, and Mrs. Lewis Do- drama of love and adventurein about George Washington and also 16 dJ
Friends had a grand barbecue Thurs- live were guests. Yellow jesamineand had considered Robert and Elizabeth = =301= =

day at Lake Gatlin, about seventy at- brilliant-hued nasturtiums were realms of romance. An ex- Browning as good subjects for an ad-

tending. After the bountiful picnic used in ornamenting the living room ceptional Paramount Picture in dress, but realized that he did not

lunch was fully appreciated, talks and hall. The dining table had an exquisite know as much about George or Rob- L FOR FINISHING DOORS

were made by Dr. Stagg and Dr. Al- bowl of roses in the center. FIVE GREAT PARTS ert as he did about Florida, so he told r -. r AND WAINSCOTING
exander C. Wood. Mrs. Christ told The guests were served a delicious the audience some very interestingfacts I N We have the best stains and varnishes
the history of old Fort Gatlin, on two-course luncheon of chicken salad, about Florida and interspersedthe I-1-t manufactured. Do you doubt it ?
which place the picnic grounds now sandwiches, oyster patties, apricotice talk with witty stories that were Well, seeing is believing. And the
are. The day was pleasant and every cake, mints, nuts, and coffee. greatly enjoyed. way to see it is to put it on your
one enjoyed the outing. --- -- doors. If you don't say it's the best
=-0- MRS. GRAY RUSHENTERTAINS. HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA" THE :MIKADO !' material you ever used for the money,

EQUAL SUFFRAGE TEA Thursday and Friday Evenings well stand the expense. That's fair,.
">SUCCESSFUL. Mrs. Gray Rush entertained charm- Lucerne Theatre isn't it?
The Equal Suffrage tea yesterday ingly on Thursday afternoon at her
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Mah- home on Lucerne Circle in honor of l N Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co
lon Gore was one of the most inter-
Miss Eudalia White, an attractive
10 cents !' 14; 205 S. Orange Avenue
esting and successful meetings the guest of Mrs. Bourne. Several of her 20 cents LucerneTODAY
Suffrage League has ever held in Or- girl friends were invited to take five COLEMAN & RIIAN Phone 261

lando. o'clock tea with the hostess and hon-
Miss Margaret Switzer talked on oree, the guest list including Misses
"Why I Am a Militant," and her sis- Gayle Davis, Jean Person, Hickman
ter, Miss Ella, told "Why the Eng I I Pollack, Thorne, Mary Robinson, Mrs. NOTE-In] order that everyone
lish Suffragists Are Militants."" The WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPER '
Otto Grasse, Mrs. LeRoy Giles, and may have an opportunity to wit-
Misses Switzer visited some promi- ;
Miss Margaret Drennen. Lovely J Ever hear this before? Let the Delicatessen' Man do
it.
I vent suffrage leaders while in Eng- sweetpeas and violets were the center ness this production, there will THE MENDELSSOHN CLUB Something new Something New I
land last summer and studied their I it. Ask About it.
decoration for the Try
: perfectly appointed
be
side of the question. I I luncheon.table, the candle radiating a a special matinee starting at PRESENTS THE BEAUTIFUL Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for .
Dr. Margaret Clarke spoke oji Child soft the faces 2.30. Owing to the immense three or more
light over many pretty Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand .
Welfare] Work, and told of the child'sbureau
around the table.
COMIC OPERA COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES
which'will be a feature df the --0-- crowds ,that attend the even- POTATO SALADJ.
world's fair at San Francisco.
KIL KARE ing performances, we urge all "THE
Miss Safford, state president, out- CLUB. R. IRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'S

lined the state work and a&ed the The Kil Kare Klub held their second those who can possibly do so to MIKADO"I Phone 26 Bakery

help of every one. Mr. Schumann j meeting at the home of Mrs. E.C. attend the matinee.TOO i ..
and Dr. Howell were representativesfrom Bence, where they had a most enjoy
the men's league, and told of I able afternoon, delightful music and Tickets 25c., 50c., 75c. and $1.00

their plans. Several delightful mu- refreshments. Among those presentwere LATE TO CLASSIFY Estes Drug Store I Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results ..
sical numbers were enjoyed, after
Mrs. F. A. Reybolt, Mrs. F.
which' punch, tea, and cakes were Boardman, Mrs. Gore, Mrs. N. Fein- i ----

served.ss berg, and Miss Lucy HalL This clubis WANTED-Position as chauffeur; -
Hainer Miss Eva references furnished. "Fiat." '
McQuarters, organized for social purposes and care
Miss Mabel O'Neal, Miss Mary Bra Sentinel. 2-26-lt
;will hold their regular meeting each
ham, Mrs. Rogers, Mrs. Berthold, and afternoon. FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
Miss Grace Calder, of Sioux City,I Thursday FOR SALE-Studebaker touring car, .
30; 1910 model; in first class order.
owa, assisted the hostess in serving f' BOY SCOUTS' REMARKABLE Address at once R. P. Pim, Sentinel Established .
the guests. A generous silver offer- 4 SHOWINGThe office. 2-26-31 1886
ing was added to the suffrage fund.

-- standing army of the United FOR SALE QUICK-Will sacrifice
PROMINENT GUESTSAT States is 78,200, which is for war de two nice lots east side, close in;
$250 for one, $450 for both; good rea- CURTIS & O'NEAL
THE OSCEOLA.
fense. The standing of the Boy Scout son for selling. Address Box 659,
Among the guests at the Osceola movement is 107,937 registered active city. 3-26-3tc

hotel are Dr. Alexander C. Wood and Boy Scouts, which is. for universal .
wife, of Riverton, N. J. Dr. Wood is peace. Which gets your support? FOR .sALE-Horse, wagon, harness, INSURANCE' LOANS
treasurer of the Mohank Peace Con. and buggy. A bargain if taken at
once. Will sell all together or -
$ ferneces. Another prominent guestis SALE separately
CAXDY
if desired. Inquire J. F. Watkins -
Mrs. Joseph Swaine, wife of the No. 2 America street. REAL_ ESTATE RENTALS
The Philathea class of the Baptist
president of Swathmore College]] of 2-26-6tc
\0 church will give a candy sale Satur-
Pennsylvania. day afternoon and evening, February
--oAT 27. at DeLaney's drug store. JUDICIOUS FERTILIZING is one of
THEROSALIND 2-26-2tc the most important items in success-
ful growing of fruits and vegetables.
CLUB. Talk with II.'C. McDaniel. He has
The Rosalind' Club was open Thurs- THE MIKADO made a success of growing both. lie
Thursday and Friday Evenings I sells Wilson & Toomer's "Ideal"brand.
day afternoon for an informal card Theatre
Lucerne '
His experience is worth some- .
2 thing 26lmo"OSTEOPATHY to you. Phone 708. For Sale

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carry the Largest Stock of Seed in I $4500.00. A bargain. .

Orange bounty. Agents for the Celebrated II Osteopathic DR. Physician J. C. HOWELL and Surgeon

National Guano Fertilizers I Kirksville Consultation Graduate Free

Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan -
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6,000 MILES ON 3 AND 3z INCH SMOOTH CASINGS Size Plain Tread Casing Non-Skid Casing Tubes

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7,500.IILES ON 3 / 30 x 3i/2 ________11.60 12.20 2.70. .

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: 6,000 MILES ON ALL OTHER SIZES KANT-SLIP CASINGS.f I 34 x 4 __________$19.40 20.35 4.00

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Good citrus and truck land cleared
in 5-- 10, 20 or more acre plots, on
TO GETREADY brick road to be built this year two
miles from Orlando. Phone 102-1, 4
S rings,or white 11.: G. Jackson, R. F. D. '-\..
CASH 2-14-lmo No. 2, Orlando, for appointment.


FOR SALE-On account of poor
The Morning Sentinel Want health the undersigned hereby offers
65 acres Sanford and Orlando Directory is the Greatest Want for sale at a bargain, his desirable ORLANDO
Ad Medium in Orlando. property located at the corner of
Brick Road.
West street and Ridgewood avenue.
Terms Cash in Advance. This property is central, in a first
5 Room House close in. Easy class neighborhood and convenientto
Terms. RATES school, business lake and park.
For One Day ____________25t Owner wilt sell all, or part, cash or Cement Lime
I Lot in Highland Grove. For Three Days ___________50c terms. Property consists of nice new Royal Agatite Plaster and Perfection
For Six Days _______________75c bungalow, fronting on Ridgewoodavenue
2 Lots Concord Park For One Month ___________$2. 0 has six rooms and large
This rate applies on all ads of celled: basement with flue suitable for
Seminole Park Lots 25 words or less. If the ad con- kitchen or laundry; lot 47x85 feet; -
tains more than 25 words the rate house unfurnished. Price $2,100.
will be one cent per word for Also, nearly new, two-story six-
Acerage, 3 miles out, easy each additional word, for each in- room cottage fronting on West street,
terms. sertion.If with shed and greenery; lot 46x117
you can't bring your ad to feet; house partly furnished. Price ftJ
We will do business on any of the office telephone No. 24. Accounts $1,950. 3lHjiyur. Jlne ;

the above. opened by telephone will be Also a beautiful connecting corner
payable' the following day. lot, 70x85 feet fronting on two
I streets, and graded for basement
Every Home-Every Business building. Price $1.000. For cash anda
ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Every Man has use for a quick sale owner would dispose of
Sentinel Want Ad. all of the above, to one party for
I 4300. E. N. COY. 2-2-lmoc
Watkins Block PHONE 504 KINCAID allif SNOWDONOrlando's :
I FOR SALE FOR RENT

-For FineWATCH FOR SALE-2 horse power engine. FOR RENT-Small flat, modern; conveniences -
for sale. 402 Gore avenue. unfurnished. Jas. A. .
CLOCK and 2-23-6t I Knox. 11-3-tf Largest and Cheapest

JEWELRY REPAIRING FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story NICE LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
cottage seven rooms and bath, to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
call on C. VATER whois modern conveniences, roomy porches, 10-25-tf FURNITURE HOUSE :
excellent condition. W. L. Tilden.
an expert at this trade 2-23-tf
WANTED

with many years experience OAK WOOD-On the lot, cut four
feet long, in lots to suit; or the WANTED WHITE WAITRESS Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
at. Youngs RepairShopOpp. whole lot. Price right if taken at waitress, with experience wantedat
once. Chas. F. Nason, 700 W. Amelia Mrs Cornish's Tea Room, 13 Or- a
Post Office; Pine StreetOSTEOPATH I avenue 2-23-6t ange avenue. 2-25-3tc
WANTED-One or two rooms for -
FOR SALE OR RENT-An eight light housekeeping, by two ladies,
room house, furnished near Lake within walking distance of town.
Lucerne; one of the best locations; Address DeLaney Drug Co. f
call and see it; 510 DeLaney street. 2-24
Also Ford auto and Mathushek piano
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER for sale. T. J. Walker. 2-21-6t I 7ED-Situation; practical nurs-
ing, or housekeeper. Address X.
Office Orange Avenue and care the Sentinel. .
corner 2-21-61 You
FOR SALE-Buick touring car, fully Eventuallv Will Use
Church St., Davis & McNeil: Bldg., equipped; speedcmeter, Presto tank,
Phone 419. etc. A bargain. Act quick. Call at I WANTED position as dry goods
Ford Garage Church street. 2-12-tf salesman. Am familiar with all
departments. Best of references fur- Jt
I nished. Address S., Sentinel.
care
FOR SALE-Five room cottage, all
2-20-6t
modern conveniences completely'urnished
307 Broadway avenue. Ap- 'I'
FOR SALE ply to Mrs. McDade 312 Broadwayavenue. LOST-35x41-2 automobile tire on
rim. Tinder ,
1-27-lmo will please return to
J. 1. Dillard, Winter Garden, Fla.. GAS. '
and receive reward. 2-17-tfc .
Four Lake Front Lots FOR SALE-A] good city residence,
with all modern conveniences; part FOR FRESH VEGETABLES and :

on Colonial Drive East and cash balance," care Sentinel on time.office.Address"Omer. strawberries, phone H. C. McDaniel,
708. Parties
coming to the gardenfor
Broadway? 31 bearing orange 2-7-lmoc vegetables will be given low

trees. S200 Garage. All prices. 2-20-lmo

for $3000. FOR SALE-Five in A-l condition passenger; cheap touringcar for Umbrellas recovered and repaired II oRCooking ,

cash, or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor, "while' you wait," at Young's Repair .
PHONE 567 905 1-4-tf East Central avenue. Phone 696 Shop, 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc


and I will show the best BUYERS
you FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock AND SELLERS and Heating
I buy, sell rent and exchange real
bargain in Orlando. and tools best farm in county; variety -
estate. Have resided in
Orlando Fla.,
. fruits 1,600 trees; elegant up- ,
to-date over 30 years. Have handled over ,.
buildings etc. Room 3, Rock
$20,000,000. Call and see m..
Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk own-
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.

er. FOR SALE 1-16-tfc TRACY & MOORE, CARPENTERS Because it is the most convenient, most

75 acres suitable for citrus culture promptly House; repairing repairs of of all leaky kinds roofs done; and most efficient fuel known.

5 TOURIST TRAINS 5 5TO and pretty truck lake farming and has bordering one-half on mile a screen doors and windows a specialty; cleanly :
sleeping porches, counters
shelving,
frontage on the Orlando to Sanford

brick for road nice this home frontage sites; could being be adapted subdivided -- door garages frames office made fixtures to order.; window Get and our Why not begin today as a Gas User? I

prices. 18 East Church
feet each into, leaving 40 building about plots 60 acres 60x200 for postal will bring us. street.1-11-lmo A You will save time labor and expense i

North and West citrus fruits and truck farming; five y
minutes walk to railroad station SIGNS
stores, hotel school and churches. .
When you consider location and good ..
"DIXIE FLYER" transportation facilities with other a
"DIXIE LIMITED" advantages the property's real valueis Gold Leaf and Aluminum, on ,.
7500. It is owned by a non-resi- Glass Wood '
dent who needs or
"SEMINOLE LIMITED""MONTGOMERY money. He author-
izes me to sell it for $3,000. Whoever Cloth Signs and Big Bulletinsa ::
ROUTE""SOUTH buys this property gets a bar- ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.;,
rain. For further particulars, call' on specialtyI .
ATLANTIC LIMITED"Pulman
E. C. Young room 10, McNeill &
Davis building, corner Church street have Morgan with me and can
cars to Chicago, St. Louis and Orange avenue. Orlando. serviceGEO.A.BARKER GAS DEPARTMENT
1-31-tfc give prompt
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Louisville and intermediate points. SELECTED MANATEE COUNTYLANDS ...

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Dining Cars via On the Gulf highlands of the fam- 110 West Pine St. ,
ous Sarasota Bay district South Flor-
dia. Fertile soil, heavy and late ship-
Atlantic Coast Line pers of grapefruit and oranges;heavy .
and early shippers of winter vegetables EAT FIGS
; no killing.frosts; healthful cli- Pioneer Paint &W II
Standard Railroad of the SouthA.
mate Findley's PaperStoreHas
; invigorating salt air from the I
They are good for health.
gulf; pure water from flowing artesian your F POPSale
W. Fritot D. P. A. wells; this proved and .tested We have figs in every way. r
Jacksonville, Fla. land rounded, close by to transportation, sur and always en hand a large and well selected

farms we offer prosperous at a low groves price on STUFFED FIGSSELECTED stock of Wall Papers. High Grade Varnishes, Paints,
J. G. Kirkland, D. P. A.
small payment down, balance ten Brushes, Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies.
Tampa, Fla. years at 6 per cent. Large acreage FIGS IN GLASS
now to pick from. Immense leap i in
values will follow. This special offeris JARS CONTRACTORS FOR PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING

not to speculators, but ot those .. j .orange grove; has been C CFINDLEY'S
who will actually develop the land. FIGS IN BULKPRESERVED : ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU.
Exceptionally fine class of residents set out a year; select budded trees, {
coming in. FIGS
9 Write today for full information.SARASOTAVENICE orange and grapefruit; there are PIONEER
CO. CALARAB CANDY FIGSDon't
Box 609 Sarasota, Fla. 111-2 acres in the grove; located on
2-21-lmoc PHONE 67 Corner Pine and Court
Lake Jem Mary between Lake Conway -
forget we are headquarters -
DR. L H. RAMSDELL FOR SALE-Best truck farm in Prosper for Jams, Jellies and Pre and Lake Jennie Jewel, 3-4 of a
OPTOMETRIST Colony for sale at a bargain if
ORLANDO, - FLORIDAWE sold in 60 days. Farm consists of 15 serves. mile from Pine Castle road sOOn to
acres of as good land as there is i in -
FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES Orange county; 7 acres in cultivation; be bricked; new up to date seven room -
AND DO ALL KINDS OF all under fence; 6 room house, auto
OPTICAL REPAIRING and wagon sheds, feed barn stables, house; good large barn and other The arl et

corn crib and poultry house; crop and CARUTHIRS & GORE buildings. This proposition is for
some farming toots KO with place.S. OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
S. Bowman Taft, Fla. of
Established 1870 quick sale on easy terms. Inquire

R. E. COCHRAN CO., Inc. 2-19-d&wk-lmo New Modern G J. B. Magruder, Jr., office in Arcade; FRESH OPPOSITE AND POST SALT OFFIGEI MEATS
132 Park Place New York FOR SALE-Rhode Island Red eggs Grocery
for setting; fine stock; $1.00 for 13. or see the owne*. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.ErerythiBX : > .
Wholesale Dealers and CommissionIerchants Mrs. Calder. Phone
708. 23lmocFOR
in Florida Orangesand screened away from> the flies, and kept trail

Grapefruit SALE-Story & Clark upright Phone; 200 G. M. BISSELL and pan. *

Represented by grand piano won by Miss Myrtle We inTitrinapecti.. and manatee satisfaction. We hire
Weeks in the recent contest will be
Geo. W. Tull Orlando, Fla. sold for benefit of Baptist church 6 and 8 East Pine St. at grove l-28-lm. everything in the Meat Line
Liberal advances made on con building fund. Piano may be seen

signments.R. at xv-the v-...home Washington of Mr. and street.Mrs. M. E. Again we call your attention to the :EIis4r.: Self t& Go.

E. Cochran President.T. 1-IS-tfc classified ads. .
I PHONE NO. 80
L. Turney Treasurer.1222m. PINE STREET

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If you have a Wash Goods need, now is the time to fill it.
We are splendidly equipped to supply jour every wash goods Unrivalled in Florida and in the South. Here is a won- a
need, with new spring ;goods. Broad. assortments and exceptionally derland of beautiful Millinery; hundreds of new and becoming
Hats, full of individuality and distinctiveness. Distinctiveand
low
pricing. wonderful in their beauty and for their faithful interpretation w*
WHITE COTTON VOILE, a sheer fine quality, 40 in- of the Parisian models. These beauties are the creation iQi '
__ches wide, specially priced at ______________________"_25c of well-known eastern Milliners, and embody value, variety .
{ ,beauty and correctness of style not obtainable elsewhere i
SILK ORGANDIES, very fine and sheer, beautiful at so low a cost. Double the Big Store's price would, we feel, 8 )
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Dolly Varden patterns, 40 inches wide : 60c be a fair average comparison. Flowers of all kinds from tiny ,,
O'o TISSUE FILLET, a beautiful lace stripe fabric, very boquets to wreath effects, are extensively used for trimmings,
t sheer floral designs, dainty colorings, 36 inches wide50c and lend a youthful charm. Black and all the new shades are 8O"

AVILON LENO, a dainty printed fabric, very fine and here. ':
sheer, beautiful designs, 36 inches wide ____________40c y
O'o BELMAR% VOILES;handsome conventional designs, the
kind our grandmothers use to wear, 36 inches wide35c BOYS' DEPARTMENTOUR
PRINTED VOILES, dainty colorings, in floral and Jac-
quard patterns, 36 inches wide ______'_____________30c BOYS CLOTHING STORE can truly be called the 1
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 .1
same time practice economy. The new Spring Suits are natty t
CREPES, beautiful line in large floral and small neat and desirable, and low priced. .
very
patterns, dainty colorings, 32 inches wide __________19c j
We have the 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 Oliver Twist, Balkan and Tucker, in all ,
inches wide _________-_________________________$1.00 the models best and newest varieties Midy of matetials.Tommy .k j
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PIQUE, in plain white, very popular this season, large '
and small welts, and a splendid quality at ___________25c i
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Cl PERSIAN LAWN, a beautiful wash fabric, full 45 in-...... OUR BEAUTIFUL GARMENT SOLONS }
ches wide, plain white ___________________________25c jJ
ARE NOW IN THEIR SPRING ARRAY
DOTTED SWISS, small neat dots, in plain white, very O'o J
transparent, 30 inches wide_______________________35c revealing all the forerunners of what "IS to BE" in Suits and i
JAPANESE CHINTZ CREPE, a handsome sheer ma- Dresses. 1
The stunning new effects, suits with their smart short
terial, in white, with small neat embroidered designs -
0 36 inches wide __________________________$1.25 waists and widely flared skirts, in Gabardines, Poplins, S"erges i P!
and Mixtures. :
'. PRINTED MULLS, dainty designs and colorings, light The dresses are perfect little dreams of beauty, as fresh
and dark colors, 29 inches wide _____.1___________12'/c and charming as spring itself, featuring the popular shades !<*, 1
of Sand, Putty, Belgium Blue and other new shades.
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Panama Hats, in all the newest styles and braids, also our "
Spring line of Neckkwear, one of the nobbiest lines ever displayed Onyx Hosiery I ll :
0 in the city at 50c. Look over our Men's Department.It .
is complete both for young men, and men that stay young. ,I'

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OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT Hose. We are showinga
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Slippers, in the new strap effects. silk made at $1.00, $1.50
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want,'in the size you need. Our prices are right.
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A. N. Goodwin transacted business ,
JjANKYOUfi MONEY yesterday at Apopka.
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; rt K PAY BY CHECK ters.yesterday attending to business mat-

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Mr. T. J. Dollins, who has been
sick for some time, is again at his of-

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j Mrs. T. H. Fuller and Miss Lavina tk
} 4 Fuller, of this city, are visiting Mrs.
E. R. Trammel.in Lakeland.Mr. ir

TAKE NO CHANCE :D4
and Mrs. J. R. Barber arrivedin
DON'T send money through the mails. If Orlando yesterday from Cleveland, .
the letter is lost, the contents are lost and cash Ohio, and expect to spend a month or
seldom finds its way back. more in this section.M. 1U
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F. McCarty, of Birmingham,
Buy a Bank Draft. If the draft is lost we issue who is visiting his daughter, Mrs.'
another-you don't lose a cent. Cost is little, Merle McElroy, is spending the day'
-the security certain. in Tampa.Mr. ( XZIJJKIJiU
You can buy a bank draft here at the [MEMBERFEDERAIRESERWSTS1EM
State Bank any business day. and Mrs. Charles Hull and :Mr.: 1 OF BANKS
W. Bishop will motor to Daytona to- '
day to spend the weekendvith .
The State Bank ol Orlando
friends. THE FEDERAL
RESERVE" BANKING SYSTEM, OF
WHICH OUR BANK IS MEMBER, IS THE BEST BANKING -
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Adams, of Racine SYSTEM EVER THOUGHT OUT.
Wis., who have been spending a THE MEMBER BANKS HAVE PUT 137 MILLIONS OF
month or so in Orlando and
Winter
I GOLD INTO THE U. S. TREASURY. ON THIS GOLD THE
Park, left
yesterday afternoon for a
GOVERNMENT ISSUES MONEY.
visit to St. Petersburg.Mr. I
WE" CAN GET MONEY WHEN WE WANT IT BY TAKING -
and Mrs. A. T. Hawkins arrived OUR SECURITIES TO OUR DISTRICT "FEDERAL RE-
in Orlando yesterday on a combined SERVE BANK. ,
business and pleasure trip. YOU CAN GET YOUR MONEN WHEN YOU WANT IT
They will be here until the middle of
WHEN YOU ARE DEPOSITOR IN OUR BANK."IT'S .
ANOTHERTCHEN CABINET SALE tona next week Beach.when they will go to Day- PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU."

BANK WITH US.
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Mrs. Katherine McKee, Mrs. II. J.
Our Hoosier kitchen cabinet sale was a big I McKee, and Miss M. S. McKee\ of .
success-last week. Chicago, are among the visitors to The Peoples National Bank '
Orlando and are pleasantly located at .
This week we are going to extend you the I 307 East Pine street. They are plan- r

opportunity to buy a Schmoe cabinet en the I ning a trip to Mt. Dora next week,
same liberal terms--- but will return here before proceeding -
north. .

$1.00 and $1.00. Each WeekSee TIlE MIKADO\ .
Thursday and Friday Evenings
the cabinets in our window. Come in and Lucerne Theatre 4 '.iI

let us demonstrate them for you. t FRIDAY AFTERNOON IN A VILLAGE FOR A GOODIDrui

A regular $32.50 cabinet, in this special club SCHOOL in

plan sale at only $27.50. For the Town Adornment Committee
fund, another play will be given
in Winter Park, on Tuesday, March g store
2, at 8:15, Lyman Gymnasium, Rol
lins College.
Every one who remembers the playof
last season, "Smith in Search of a PHONE TWENTY
Cook," by Amelia Weed Holbrook,
will want to attend the representationof

Y School"Friday," by the Afternoon same author.in a Village They carry stamps as well as Perfumery, Kodaks,

Every man who recalls his first
school days, his first composition, and Candy and Toilet Articles.! .
his nervous preparation for his ap

pearance on Friday afternoon, will I
I recognize himself and his ambitious
companions in this school of Jenkins
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Every woman who remembers hay
t3 ing her pigtail slyly yanked by the V 9F'rier1as'
boy who sat in the back row, will also .J Pharmacy 5
remember her quick resentment and
-- the face she made up in retaliation.
11 n Tickets for the play are on sale at
Curtis & O'Neal's. 75c. and 50c. L
a Mrs. Robert Dhu Macdonald is
chairman of the town adornment com -
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The red letter event of the
seasonis '
$1.00 DOWN AND $1.00 PER WEEK the series of meetings given by the apin.ion.s
Flying Squadron of America. The !
Flying Squadron is a challenge to the
Oscar Hand & Son I liquor traffic. It is an effort to unite
the people for a final attack upon the I : ---f 1
strongholds of the saloon. It has visited ; I
many and will visit many other Convincing proof of efficiency in our I} A. -:. ." W
..MIIIIMMiilMittliMtilMIIIMMIMIHMIIMIIIIIArtistic I important centers in the United .. _
r States, for a series of six meetings in Banking service is the fact that a large 3! t 1
l three days, in each city. The follow Q
SouvenirsSterling ing is the program: part of our new business arises from the -, t r .

: First Day, Group 1, March 1st. \.tf' -
: Daniel A. Poling, president Associa- recommendation of present patrons.'v i
tion Christian Endeavor movement; '"
: Dr. Chas. M. Sheldon, minister aU- ...) ; .
Silver Spoons, Forks, Hand ,: thor and lecturer; D. V. Poling, musi- Frequently new patrons tell us that they ., I
cal director; William Lowell Patton,
Painted China, Crumb Trays and many .: pianist. are establishing relations with this Bank i j4.
Second Day, Group 2, March 2nd.
other useful and beautiful articles typi- .: Dr. Ira Landith, president Ward-Bel- because we have so satisfactorily served, I4 -
mont Dr. Wilbur T.
College; Sheridan
cal of Florida and Orlando that will provea : general secretary Epworth their friends. '
:I League. Methodist church; Dr. Carolyn -
source of great delight to your friends : E. Geisel, Battle Creek Mich.,
I with Battle Creek Sanitarium Frederick
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"back North. We also carry a completeline I Butler, musical director; Mrs. A consultation with one of our officers

of up-to-date Jewelry. Our Repair Frederick Third Day Butler Group, pianist.3, March 3rd. will convince you of the superior servicewe q .

Department is in charge of most compe- nor lion.of J.Indiana Frank; Hanly lion. Oliver former W.gover-Stew ,
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tent workmen. art, former member Illinois legislature offer. b'i
; John B. Lewis, Boston, former
member Massachusetts legislature;
Mr.\ Hugh Porter, pianist; :Miss VeraK.


T. H. EVANS Publicity.Presiding Local Mullin-Committee, Mrs.soloist.Officers J. M.,Advertising Ushers Pedrick., Reception and- Orl 1G(1 ll BoU I1ll Trust t C COMpally :


t and Young People-Rev. J. B.
JEWELERniiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiMiiMHiMiiiMmiiiiiiiin. Ley, and Rev. Dr. E. T. Poulson. Orlando's Conservative Bankr .
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Woman's Organization-Mrs. A. A. .
Gould, Mrs. J. M. Pedrick. ,

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