Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00495
 Material Information
Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: February 27, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00495
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
lccn - sn 96027193
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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1 At Late Hour


Constantinople Is Greatly San Francisco, Feb. 26.-A record

entry list of 35 cars in the fifth inter- LEADERSTOe
Worried-Reported Several 'Me and the Boys Are Tickledto national Grand Prix will be run tomorrow All Trains Were Many Hours

Attacking Ships Were AT TAMPAELLENTON Death" Says Genial Manager before a crowd estimated by Late-Train Dispatcher on

Damaged of the Barons officials tonight to be 150,000. S. A. L. Killed at

Workout YesterdayThe The pick of Europe's speed automo- Tampa

London, Feb. 26.-The London Ga- biles will be piloted against the bestin

zette tonight contains an official an- MAN GETS TWO Birmingham Barons practicedat America and the drivers include Traffic over the Atlantic Coast was IN SHIP PURCHASE BATTLE
nouncement of the establishment of the fair grounds yesterday after- practically every speed star in the interrupted yesterday for several

a blockade of the coast of German YEARS IN ATLANTA noon for the first time this year. United States.TAXATION. hours and most all trains over that DEMOCRATS HOPE FOR

East Africa. The blockade becomes FEDERAL PRISON There[ was a general warming up under line were late. The delay was caused UNITED FORCE

.' effective at midnight Sunday. the eye of that grand old man of IN MEXICO LIFTED |jby a head-on collision at Enterprise
baseball. Manager C. Molesworth :Mexico City Feb. 27.-Obregon's 'Junction. No one was killed but the I

Paris, Feb. 26.The French mins- JUDGE CALL( PASSES SENTENCEWife who says the boys are showing advanced decree levying one-half of one percent I'' engineer on the north bound train was WANT] 7 "CONSPIRATORS"O BACKTo

try of marine announced today that season form and are up to the on all invested capital of all seriously injured. II I

the French torpedo boat destroyer Meets Husband Who Divorced standard. business proceeds, which will be dedicated Train Dispatcher Killed ;
Do This
Dague had struck an Austrian mine Manager Molesworth is pleased to the relief of the poor, was Mr. G. F. James, train dispatcherof Compromise. Being '

in the Adriatic February 2-1. and thir- Her in JacksonvilleReal with Orlando. "You have some town I lifted today following energetic protests the Seaboard Air Line, who is well Arranged-Conference Report -

ty-eight were drowned. Reason for Sere," said the funny and genial manager I by foreign merchants headed'by : 1 known in Orlando was killed in Tam- Will Be Made

Conviction "and we are all tickled to death |Americans in business at Mexico j! pa j early yesterday morning by beingrun .

CONSTANTINOPLE WORRIED BECAUSE with the reception accorded us. The City. over by a switch engine in the Today

OF DAMAGE TO grounds are in excellent shape already I, Immediately upon the receipt of i yards in that city, which completely
DARDANELLES FORTS Tampa, Fla., Feb. 27.-Dr. I. P. and with a little more work will" the news that business was not to be'; severed both of his legs. Mr. James Washington, Feb. 26.-1f the ad-

i Sofia Bulgaria, Feb. 26.-A mes- Hunter, of Ellenton, today was given be in admirable condition. I like the burdened with a tax American merchants spent Wednesday in Orlando leaving 'minstration ship purchase bill is to

sage from Constantinople states that two years in the Atlanta federal prison layout, the climate is bully, the cityis initiated a movement for gathering 1 here on the supply train that afterj j go down in defeat under the attacksof

yesterday's bombardment of the fortsof by Judge Call after being convicted filled with boosters and the boys voluntary contributions for the noon. the Republican filibusters the.
the Dardanelles produced stuck Orlando generally." relief of the poor. The leaders state ,
a great of white slavery charges.The are on I I
impression there.. It is evident that Secretary Tyson did not get out to they hope the benefit the poor equallyas ]FIRST SUICIDE IN WASHINGTON.MONUMENT Democratic leaders expect to have
woman who made the chargewas their forces united and present a solid .
much this method had
considerable damage was done. the fair grounds yesterday but six- by as they
his former wife, Mrs. Willie May been under the taxation plan. I party front when the death blow is .
teen players were out in uniform and
Forts Again Shelled and Three of Hunter. running over the field like a bunch of t I I Washington, D. C..-Tearing off the dealt.
She did not know that Hunter had This appears to be the best they
RUSSIAN STATEMENT clutches of several who tried
Allies' Ships Damaged colts. Fungo hitting was the main ;i women
divorced her and she met him in Jack- Feb. 26.-While the Germans !:1 to hold her, Mrs. Mae Cockrell wife !hope for and the end toward which
Berlin, via wireless to Sayville, Feb. bill of fare yesterday for the Barons Petrograd, -j ,
sonville, and claimed to have '! they are laboring. Another sessionof
continue rush reinforcementsto of W. F. Cockrell of the
to an employe
26.-It is officially announced that ten and they raced back and forth and '
pied the same room though he denied I the Praznysh and the Lomza line (Chesapeake & Ohio railroad shops at the conference committee'was held
of the enemies armed ships again around the field getting their eyes |
this at the trial. The conferees endeavoring
shelled the Dardanelles forts and that open and limbering up in good fash- j'the issue of the stubborn battle on I Covington, Ky., plunged nearly 500 tonight. are -
three of these ships have been dam- She is from Hammond, Louisiana, ,)that portion of the front still hangsin feet to her death down the elevator to reach a compromise that will
and her parents live in Macomb City Ion.The ) 'enable the seven seceding Democrats
aged. grand stand has been moved to the balance. I shaft of the Washington Monument, :|
r Mississippi. Hunter was married to j to come back into line and support .
the west, the base lines and diamond I Symptoms have been observed in Tuesday afternoon.Her i
a Florida girl shortly after the inci- I suicide is said to be the firstin i I the bill.
"' SECOND PERFORMANCE OF THE dent. are laid out in perfect form, and it other quarters which point to an ear- I I
To this it
"MIKADO"The will not be long until the Barons are I ly retirement of the nemy to a for- the Washington Monument. The accomplish compromise
cavorting around the bases and play midable stronghold in the labyrinthof I j only other tragedy in the Washington I Ij necessarily must provide that thergeasure
100 :MEN WANTED Mazurian lakes. i Monument, which was opened in 1888 be purely a temporary one,
ing real ball. The Barons look like I
night's performance of
as it is impossible to adopt the hour: ?
The conviction established in and has been visited by millions of
they have the goods with them and ; now
the "Mikado, by the MendelssohnClub '
Every man, and especially bill in the senate in its present'! rtiav'the <
every they undoubtedly will give the Orlando military circles is that the latest aggressive -;i persons happened ten years ago
was a repetition of their suc- member of the Baptist Baraca class { insurgent Democrats intimated
public their money's worth dur- move of the Germans was when a painter working in the shaft, I'
cess of Thursday night. The audiencewas 'is be I would the bill in this
urged to present next Sunday they accept
fell his death.
ing the short month of the training never seriuosly intended as an attack accidentally to
a very responsive one and all the morning at 9:30, when they meet in season. I I I in broad strategical proportions, but shape. Under the "g rttlemen'sagreement"

caste were in high spirits. Every- their own private room in the new I I actuated and AMERICAN RED CROSS PHYSICIAN entered into between the
was mainly by political -
thing went with a fine swing. "Koko"had !Baptist church. This room has been economic WITH THE SERBS Democrats and Republicans, this con-

been to Tampa during the day to finished ahead of the rest of the HIGH SCHOOL NOTES is not moves.It believed the Germans con- DIES AT NISH ference report will not be called up
attend to legal affairs and returnedin 'church and until which will be
the 27 to-
belongs to Baraca template a general attack along I Paris, Feb. 25.-Dr. James F. Don- February ,
time to take his us a' difficult part. By Arthur Ivey
class. It is be
to used
as a club room, of the American morrow.
Niembobr, a narrow line which has nelly, Red Cross mis-
The club should fee? proud of the A delightful account of travels in I of the
Weeks in
reading, writing, etc., and will be kept been barricaded with formidable de- sion sent to Servia died yesterday at Senator charge
success it has made. Each and southern Italy was the treat which
every forces announced tonight
open evenings. "Young men at work fenses and where they would be incessantly j Nish says a Havas dispatch from Sa- Republican ,
one put themselves entirely into the students of high school were given
for men" is their what the
that matter agreement
young motto. Every no
exposed to a blow on the !lonika. The body will be sent to the
show last night. The "Umbrella Friday morning. Mr. George R. Porter -
I man welcomed. Democrats reached the bill would not
flank from Warsaw. United States by of Saloniki.
Girls" received repeated applause and of Punxutawney Pa., held the Consequently I way be permitted to
'I no surprise will be felt in the next pass.
responded gracefully. attention of the school for a quarterof
I'(I few if fall back I Appropriation bills have been mov-
in the direction
The decoration of the : hour while he related of days they -
stage was CITY COUNCil MEETING G an whence ISASSISTAHRECTORJenkins { ing with such rapidity and smoothness -
charge of Mrs. Carr, and with Mrs. his experiences while traveling in the came. that the Democratic leaders may

Mather Smith and several membersof I Old World. not interrupt that procedure until
the choral assisting, it was madeto Describing Naples and its environs EUGENIC LAW LESSENS WIS-
Session of City Dads Was Unin- Dolive Former Circula- some day next week.Arrangements .
resemble closely a true Japanese the beautiful bay and surrounding CONSIN MARRIAGES BY .

garden. The beautiful water lilies teresting Contracts YesterdaySeveral Were mountains he proceeded to give an 4,000 IN YEAR tion Manager of Sentinel, I obtain action on the are Philippine under way inde-to

which of excursion Is Assistant Director
concealed the footlights the interesting account an
pendence and the water site bills andif
chrysanthemums and wisteria were AwardedThe made by himself and a party of Madison Wis.-The Wisconsin eu- Vitagraph Co. concluded put the shipping bill
all typically Japanese.The friends, to the excavated ruins of genic marriage law the first of its conference may '
until the
report over
work of Miss Branch was wonderful city council met yesterday and Pompeii and the crest of Mount Vesu- kind in the world, has now been in I Jenkins Dolive, who now claims closing hours of the session. very

and Mr. Mclntosh assisted her 'awarded a contract to the South Flor- vius. In closing his most interesting effect a little over a year and the results New York as his home by adoption, The Republicans are fearful of
aby. Mr. Carr has his chorus well ,ida Foundry company to move. the remarks Mr. Porter advised the students -I can be estimated. The state [ is in Orlando his old home town, for possible eleventh hour parliamentary

trained and is immediately going to +1 I fire hydrants around Lake Lucerne. to spend their spare time in i j, board of health has just reported that t.a week's visit. Mr. Dolive has been I tactics and are keeping their forces '
start them in a new work which has I i The work of moving the hydrants positions reading stories of the lives of great one effect is a lessening of the number -I in New York since September and has hand
constantly on to resume their
been planned, one more club concert I will cost $80. Joseph Raehn men and women, in order that by following of marriages contracted. It ap- 'i progressed rapidly in the moving picture I filibuster if to
I I necessary prevent a
being on the program for this season. I bid $96. good examples they might im- pears that about 4,000 couples less i industry being assistant director vote being taken.
I I Hamilton Johnson was awarded a prove their own lives. took the big jump in 1914 than in I ,'!of the Vitagraph company. Miss Hel- I

i contract or storm sewers on South 1913. j jen Gardner who is also one of the
POCKET PICKED FOR $ ]street and Orange avenue to cost Why is it that Senior boys congre- I In 1914, 17,245 regular ceremonials j leading stars of the company, is also "CHIP D BLOCK"

$5oi about $300.S. gate under the second oak on Jackson I II I i were reported, and 87 law marriages j in Orlando for a short visit. Mr. OFFJLD

D. Lindsay was paid $151.10 for street east of the Boone street cross- I j I were recorded. In the previous year I Dolive. who is well known to everybody I

New Arrival From Chicago posts The for white of way and street signs. I ing, at each recess? The tree seems I i j i I there had been 21,052 marriages. |, in this city, was formerly circujlation H. C. Vance, Sporting Editor of

Misses Purse Yesterday I matter providing a room for to have a peculiar attraction for up- i manager for the Sentinel. lie .
a the plumbing inspector was left to per classmen. Years ago, when the' WANT AND DISEASE ARE INCREASING stated yesterday that the Vitagraph I Birmingham News, Was

When Alighting From Commisisoner Johnson. present classmen were "freshies," the IN TURKEY I'company had just finished "The Born in Orlando-Here .

Train City Engineer Ramsey was re- staid and difiniged Senior brigade was I I I Breath of Araby," and upon his return With Barons

tained as consulting city engineer, at always to be found beneath this par- Boston.Widespread and* increas- to New York the company would ..

Mrs. Carlton, of Chicago, who is a the per diem rate for service rendered ticular tree. In the intervening years ing need due to business stagnationand i start the production, "As It Was in :Mr. H. C. Vance, sporting editor of ..

guest at the St. James had her pocket it has ever sheltered the current edition -I other war conditions throughout',I the Beginning." the Birmingham News, who is in Or-

book, which contained fifty dollars of Senior wisdom and philoso- j the Turkish Empire are reported in a I1[I lando for the purpose of supplying
and her return ticket home, stolen' by I S. A. L. OFFICIALS IN ORLANDOMr. phy. We suggest that such a faith- ,cablegram received today by the :I FUNERAL SERVICES FOR MRS. his paper with "doings" of the Barons -

some of the "light fingered gentry"which ful friend of graduating classes be 'American board of commissioners for I p POMEROY THIS MORNINGMrs. while they are in the city, was ,.

are infesting this part of the -W. A. Fulwiler, general agentof christened "The Senior Oak." foreign missions from its treasurer at among the pleasant callers at the

world at present. I the Seaboard Air Line with head- -a- I Constantinople, W. W% Peet. Typhusand I Susan Dickinson Pomeroy. Sentinel office yesterday.Mr. .

Mrs. Carlton had just alighted : quarters in Tampa, in company with Donald C. Helms, trombone artist typhoid fever are said to be widow of L. Harlan Pomeroy, motherof : Vance is the son of :Mr. H. C.

from the Atlantic Coast Line train I Mr. A. B. Slade the local agent for for the high school orchestra, is rejoicing spreading rapidly. j Julia S. Pomeroy also sister of Vance, a former newspaper man and

from the south when she missed her the same road were pleasant caller: in the possession of a new i Mrs. L. D. Stebbins, and Miss Emily :,editor of the Orlando Daily Record.

pocket book. It is thought that the i at the Sentinel office yesterday. Mr. and up to date slide trombone whichhe GERMANY OBJECTS TO INSULTS Field Dickinson of Orlando, passed I He passed away while in business and

party bles continued who relieved her of her valua- Fulwiler thinks Orlando is just one has just received from the Wur- TO FOES I I away at midnight Thursday, February II his remains were interred in the city
on his journey northward of the finest cities in the South. It
litzer company. The instrument is a 25th, after a brief illness follow- cemetery.
has to be seen to be appreciated. dandy and Donald is proud of beingits Berlin.The German government !I I ing an accident. I Young :Mr. Vance first saw the light

JUDGE PERKINS owner. has made known that it objects to the I I I Though an aged woman of eighty- ,,,in the building which stood on the

WRIT ISSUES ALTERNATE HAVE SOLD. NINE HUPMOBILES - use of expressions like the/>ft-quoted I 'eight years her strong mental powersand corner of Church and West streets,

Judge Perkins OF has MANDAMUS issued II THIS YEAR The high school has just recovered words, "God Punish England" on mail' J abiding Christian character gaveto which has since been remodeled, and 0

nate writ of an alter- from one of those regular spasms going abroad from Germany. I I her family and home a sweetness\ is now the "Keystone."
mandamus returnable Rush & Holbrook have sold nine I He is genial, talented gentleman,
: known as monthly exams. with whichit I and strength that will be long remembered I a
March 8, against Supt. J. F. McKin- '' Hupmobiles since January 1, 1915. is chronically afflicted. THE WEATHER I. by those who have been privileged a "chip off the old block," and is meet-

non. He is given until that time to "Yesterday another bright and shining i| "to know and love her. ing with many friends of the famityamong.
sign or give reasons why he will not sold to E .E. Edge of old timers. Mrs. Vance
sign the service bill Hupp was New books in that 50 cent library Florida: Cloudy Saturday; probably -i Funeral services will be held'Saturjday )the

Davis & Giles. presented by Groveland, who is connected with the edition. New lines in Crane's sta- 1 rain in extreme northwest por- 10 a. m., at her late residence, died about three years ago in Jas-
Edge-Dowling Lumber company. tionery. Curtis & O'Neal. tion. Sunday rain. i 207 East Jackson street. per, Ala.SENTINEL. }



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F Maitland, Fla., Feb. 24.-Sirs. J. . OF-UNCLE-- SAM '. : Seeds Seeds Seeds j

THE KEYSTONE HOTELCorner Sutherland Stuart returned to Mait- Mr. Henry P. Hollenbon, of
land Inn on Sunday after an absenceof + Mexico City, is in Orlando, and
and Church Streets several weeks-which were spent will look over Orange county with, NEW STORE
Splendid service Excellent rooms. Hot and cold water. One of the best
with relatives at Glens Falls '
cooks in the s.ate. Rates $7.60 per week and up. Special: rates to parties N. Y. a view to locating here. He says
,..........\ wishing table board. Mrs. Earle, of East Orange, N. J., the unstable government of Mexico NEW SEEDS
W. G. DUNCAN, Prop. who is an annual visitor at the Mait- makes it next to impossiblefor
'- land Inn, arrived on Sunday to spend a man to engage in agricul- .
- - --- the remainder of the season. ture there and he proposes to get Sweet Corn, Field Corn, Peas, Beans, Etc. We
INNWindermere Mr. and Mrs. Harder, of Utica, N. under the smile and protection of
I guarantee our seeds to be fresh.Don't .
Y., are among the late arrivals at the Uncle Sam.
Inn. They have been motoring . s..ssss.ss.s..sSAYS .

This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric through the state and think Maitlandone be disappointed, come to us for Drugs

tights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with of the most beautiful places. FIRM IN U. S. SEEKS WAR and Garden Seed.City .
Lath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish- General J. M. K. Davis, U. S. A. INSURANCE

ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. retired, and Mrs. Davis entertainedat London.-The Times declares that
dinner at the Maitland Inn Thurs-
during the last few days a large
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The Osceola Pocono Manor Inn day Mr.night.and Mrs. Hall and daughterare amount the London of insurance market has on been property placedin i Drug| Store

here from Evanston, lit, and will nf
Orlando, Florida Pocono Manor, Pa occupy their home on Lake :Maitland the United States against risks o n"A "
the remainder of the season. damage by war. GOOD DRUG STORE. .

J. w. H XI JRJL.DE Y Mr. S. G. Goss and daughter, Miss Many factories and business prem-
ises, according to the Times, have J. Iv. IDZEX&JM F Ia.G.
Hazel Goss, of Glencoe, 111., entertained ,
MANAGER been insured for six months at a
at dinner Monday night at the
rate of one-half of 1 per cent. MiiiniiMiii
- - ,laitland Inn.
VISIT "COLLIER GROVE"-ON LAKE APOPKAFOR lliss1.. Mays, of Essex: Falls, N.
THE BEST FISHING J., is the guest of the Misses Kings-

On main country road, four miles east of Clermont and three miles west of ley. The lot advertised for $1200,

Ookland; 16 miles west of Orlando, at Bear's Gap Station, T. & G. R. R. Miss Kittye Vanderpool has been with a reduction of $400.00, if WRIGHT SEED CO.We .
Parking place for Autos. Fine Pier and Pavilion and Picnic Grounds. Tripsto visiting friends at Apopka the past

wonderful "Boiling Springs." Steel Motor and Row Boats, well equipped, week. buyer would build, was boughtby the Largest Stock of
Seed in
for hire. Agents for Ferro Motors and Mullin's Steel Boats. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Brigham, of carry
Mr. Samuel Brice of New
Oakland Office with T. Connell, Grocer. Telephone at residence, "Collier Glencoe, I1L, gave a dinner party at Orange County. Agents for the Celebrated -
Grove," call Monte Verde. Pavilion on pier. Can be engaged for dancing thelaitIand> Inn 'last week. York. We have decided to of- National Guano Fertilizers
purposes. Mr. Charles Waterhouse, of New
fork, is visiting his parents. fer another one.
Mr. and Mrs. Webster celebrated 206 So. Orange Ave. -'

TOURISTS ATTENTION! their golden wedding Tuesday afternoon Corner lot, well located. Side-
with a reception at their homeon

We Serve the Finest Jleals in Orlando Maitland avenue. walks, water, lights, gas. North-

Prepared by our New York Cook A birthday party was given for east. $1000.00.Vi11 take $600if
Mr. Massingale at the home of his AN ADDED JOY

109 Rooms Bath, Steam Heat. $1.00 father-in-law night. "Five Mr. McCulloch hundred", Tuesday was- buyer will build within one

played and every one enjoyed a delightful year. J 'r t To the letters you re-

Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water evening at "Pinecroft." ceive if they are writtenon


AGRICULTURALGEiS fine quality and j

. 54 Light Housekeeping Rooms correct
About this time 'last year, and againin CARL DANN shape.

( September, the agents engaged in
Electric Baths the Florida demonstration work helda
Lights, Open the Year Round
t- European Plan Rooms session at Gainesville, when much fills every requirementof
Single and Suite
f f en useful business was transacted, and a REAL ESTATECOMPANY
>> 3,1' -, great deal of valuable information the most exacting
" given and received, while the men
customer because it is"CRANE"
. -=.---_-- :.:;...:=..:::.-"< thus engaged got a general knowledge !-

. << of each other's and of their own fl72.mrr quality.
spheres of usefulness, which vary T}. MTj)'

rf greatly with the staple products of l1 lW W. S. Branch
f N ejee t e r 5 the different counties.

t This year what are known as group Dr. F. F. bllll1II OO THE ARCADE BOOK AND MUSIC STORE 2
t- meetings are arranged to take place ThompsonDENTIST
tr R instead of the general' session. The -=
agents of certain contiguous counties

. will come together at some point, will Recently of New York
THE ARCADE HOTEL have an opportunity of learning of Over Curtis & O'Neals Orange Ave. Special Priced For Special Reasons

the work going on in thta neighborhood -
and will intermingle and ex-
First Class Restaurant Livery and Autos change facts and opinions. good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800
Such a meeting, at which the full bearing Orange, Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two
, in Building in Connections K. DavidsonGOLF blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addi-
agents for Hillsborough, DeSoto,
tion to making a home this property will make a yearly return on
i Orlando Fla. Polk, Osceola, and Orange countieswill INSTRUCTOR: the investment of from 10 to 25 per cent, according to crop and
participate, will begin at Winter market conditions, price $8,500.00; also
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u Haven on March 22, continue at Bar- Orlando Country Club My Residence Property in Winter Park 12-room, New :Modern
March dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front, 20 acres of
tow; on 23, and conclude at
Telephone No. 249. land highly improved, 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigated
E Winter Garden on March 21. garden. Property is close in, well located, close to the new "
E Leading citizens of the latter sec- Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough for
ORLANDO ROOFINGAND tion have extended a cordial invitation the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16-
500! and will give possession in 30 days. ,
to the and will aid in
group To any agent that sells the above described property for me I
showing them the of that
resources will pay a commission of Five per cent reserving the right to list
SHEET METAL CO. neighborhood, confessedly one of the ORLANDOCO the property at will or to sell it myself.
most hrifty in Florida. This will

have a good effect in making the ,i I rerx F. KTCKZ: *"L
knowledge general, and afterwardsthe
Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos, resources of the several places BOX 35, WINTER PARK, FLORIDA
visited dmay be advisedly compared, 26 WEST PINE STREET Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places.
and Rubber
Roofings and their cultural relation properly

realized and considered.Mr. PHONE 122 __n___ _ _
Cornices Skylights. Heating Ventilating Metal Ceilings Baker, the agricultural' advisorfor

our county, will leave Orlando on tll..I.tl..I.'I.II..II..III..IIIIIII.IIIII.III..
Works: 14 t E. Church;St. ORLANDO Sunday night to take part in the Best Plumbing at Low
meeting of his group, as already de-
tailed. est PricesWe .REAL ESTATE

are not in the combine.SLAUTER'S .
SOME: VERY INTERESTING FACTS latest inventions usedon

'V 1'3' dont"' you vet the ri''ht ABOUT FLORIDA PUBLISHED all firstclass'Plumbing -
medicine for RECENTLY Construction:
'&/ l'1 We bud sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate. ?
"However, deal is known
a great
\ tl1at' cold ? about Florida, and some little part of DoctorsBiickiiiaster If you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call
it may be worth setting down here.

wSre .gq1? it"I' Florida is the second largest state & and talk your wishes over with us.
east of the Mississippi. It has the Brumlage
longest coast'line of any of the states, The manager of this firm has had years of experience -

and, except for Louisiana, the lowest OSTEOPATHS
in Florida investments having sold
dealing over a
elevation above the Florida
Personal instruction under Dr. Stil
mountain tops soar to something likea at Kirksville, Mo. million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last
hundred and fifty feet; and a peakof
JJ Hours, 9 to 12; 1 to 5; Evenings by
sixty feet is notabl
or seventy <-- two years. '
sraut Mount Ararat, a pleasant hummockof appointment.

the writer's acquaintance, lifts itself 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples We are well posted on the values of all classes and

no farther than that toward the National Bank. Phone 578.
l 1r t rq clouds. The whole east coast is guarded kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all

by sand spits of varying width, behind
which lie long tidal lagoons : Dr. S. S. JonesCHIROPRACTOR i bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real

commonly called rivers, on whose
Estate Bargains.
safely sheltered waters, now joined i
by canals, it is possible to take shal graduate Davenport College, 17 and
low draft craft all the 18 Yowell-Dtxrkworth building; phone
long way from
209. Intelligent people everywhereare
Jacksonville to Key West. The west being restored to health' by chiropractic
1/ coast is more broken; it has deepwater adjustments, the new science
: harbors cutting inland, and oc )imination f removing free.the cause of disease.12-24-lmo: Ex- WARING REAL ESTATE COMPANYR.
casional beetling bluffs of thirty or .
STOP THAT COLD! If you don't you may have pneumonia and ---
die. This is talk forty feet facing the gulf. The ce nPHONE 646
plain but you had better heed our warning
tral part of the state holds at the D. WARING, Manager
When you come to us for medicines for your cold or1 anything AUTO FOR HIRE
souht the Everglades, and farthernorth
else wrong with you, we sell you the best preparations *
science and honesty can compound. REXALL COLD TABLETS_ a pretty region where literally -FIRST CLASS REPAIRING Rooms and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 63111.15tf ; ;
thousands of blue lakes dot the pine
JERU: ] ":; 1 IIAIIACY: woods. A little to the east of the center BARNARD & SON ; ;

(REXALL STORE) lies Florida's great river, the St. 17 Hughey Street ':>Orlando FL a.
John's. and its green basin." 12-10-im l'II'IIIII'III"IIIIII'IIIIIIII.g"I'' JiMIIIIIM'rHOTELS a

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Grand Auction Sale


o :LVLD :LVL.A..R. lst 10 a. m.

ONE HOUSE and a number of Choice Residence Lots


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

adjoining city limits

Property of Dr. J. C. Howell and Frances W. 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.

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

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Winter Park ItemsWinter ed with a small flag as a souvenir. Mr. G. W. Shackleford returned I inside of three months-this week, Geo. Tennent returned from Ashe- wedding, on which they jointly cele- .
The paper of the evening, by Mrs. home from the hospital last week and and collected what loose change he ville, N. C., Monday.. We are glad brated theirs and Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Louis A. Hakes, gave a very interest- is gaining nicely.; could gather in. he reports his father much improved, Maurce's wooden weddng, whose an-
Park, Fla.. Feb. 25.Rev.Dr. ing view of Washington. Refresh- The expression department of the Mr. Wallace, of Pennsylvania, is being able to be up some of the time mersary was ths month. Mr. and
Crosser, for five years pastor of ments were served and all joined in college will give "The Servant in the visiting his sisters, the Mesdames Mrs. James Hatfield and famly were
the American church in Berlin, Ger- singing "America." House" in the near future. Webster, Wagner and Bradshaw, and Mather Smiths gave a motor- also guests. A sumptuous dnner was
many, preached at the Congregational The ladies of the Congregationalchurch Rev. :Mason Noble, of Inverness, is other relatives and friends. ing party on Saturday, going to Eus- served. The table decorations were
church last Sunday morning to the gave their annual bazaar last attending a meeting of the trusteesof The amount of citrus fruit leaving tis. They had dinner and returnedthe all' in wood. Wherever possible the
delight and profit of all who heard week and netted a very substantial Rollins this week. our station each morning by express same day. courses were served on wooden trays.

Rev. Dr. Tupper preached at the I IIf addition to their treasury. Mr. Copeland, of Brook Si, N. Y., would indicate. a good business just On account of the weather the fish- The place cards were figures repre-
Baptist church; Bishop Mann at the And stil lanother club in town! All who has been spending the last two I now.Prof. ing has been rather slow the past senting each guest. The evening -
Episcopal, and Rev. Fithian at the i the ladies of the twon were invited toa months with his sister, Mrs. C. G. I Pope and the choir will give week. Mr. Wm. Bee of Detroit, passed quickly in music and conversa
Methodist church."Everyman meeting at the school muse last Tousey, returns home this week, and 'a praise service at the Congregational landed a 6 1-2 pound bass, and Mrs. tion.The
," presented by the class week, at which the interests of our we are sorry to lose such good citi 'I church next Sunday night. Isgrigg a 5 pound one. Catches have following guests arrived at the
in English drama at Rollins College, public school were discusoed and been small, but all are looking for- hotel the past week: Mr. and Mrs.
under the direction of Dean Enyart, plans laid for many needed improve- zens.Rev.. Dr Pratt preached at the Briefs war t obig success the coming week. W. D. Strobel, Jr., Springville, N. Y.;
was enjoyed by the large audience to ments. In order to accomplish their Presbyterian: church in Orlando Sun ,Newsy Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Wilson and MissS.
The past week has been a busy one
the full. Each part was rendered in purpose an organization was effectedby day night. Wilson, Kansas; T. L. Weltch,
From Oakland ,at the hotel; every table in the dining
a style to give evidence of careful the election of officers and com- The regular "mothers' meeting" of Jacksonville; Mr. Robt. Taylor, At-
filled, and by reports this
room was
study, thorough preparation and keen mittees. the W. C. T. U. was held at the Con- I I I popular house will be very busy the lanta, Ga.
interpretation, and sustained the rep- The Rollins College Glee Club and gregational parsonage Wednesday afternoon Oakland, Fla., Feb. .-Miss Neel,i I balance of the season.
utation of the English department of orchestra will give a concert at and listened to a very inter of Cartersville, Ga., is visiting her CONTRACTORR.
Rollins. Knowles Hall Friday evening of this esting program. II sister, Mrs. Gratton Hammond, and I Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bonnett leave N. SEYMOUR is the man to see
The Fortnightly Club met for its week. A rich musical treat is expected. The annual bazaar for the benefitof brother, Joe Neel, and family. on Monday for their home at New before letting contract, if you are go-
regular meeting at the home of Mrs.C. . i our public library was held at the I I Mrs. Jerroms, of Highland Park, 'Rochelle, stopping at Orange. City to ing possible to build for and money want invested.P. the best. house
G.Tousey Monday night. It being President W. F. Blackman has been library building Wednesday afternoon !I Ill, is the guest of Mrs. Mather visti friends. We will be glad to see O. Box 195. LPhone 478.
,- Washington's birthday the decora-' in New York nearly two weeks in the and the proceeds made a very sub- ::Smith this week. Mrs. Smith entertained I them back again next winter. 2-18-lmoc
tions were of a patriotic nature and I interest of Rollins College, but returned stantial gain to the library fund. 'I in her honor on Tuesday even- February 19 was the anniversaryof
each member and home Mr. and Mrs. Charles Collier's Get the news In the Sentinel first.
with tables of
guest was present- Tuesday. Silas Green visited us again-twice ing six bridge.

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The Sale With a Reason

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

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

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

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

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

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

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.. 106 Orange Avenue, Orlando, Fla. .

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Village"Th' Completely Furnished
'Thursday night at he opera houi-e.
South Florida SentinelMORNING
Benefit Orlando Boy Scouts. It is for \J
AND WEEKLYW. hard part about an easy job the Camp Fire Girls, too, because Dr. Home Including a
)L GLENN .....................EdiUr in our village is th' getting thereof. Eastman has
W. C. ESSINGTON ......B..in_ Manarcr four daughters who are
--0- Camp Fire Girls.Two .
Fine PianoAT
Entered at the pmtoffiee at Orlando Flor Our Daily
Worry: --- -
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-Salt Lake is 1400 ft. deep. '

Daily 1 Year SUBSCRIPTION.............RATES........... *S.OO --0- Handsome A GREAT BARGAIN Gflv,
Daily. 6 Month ...................... 2.50 Our Daily Knock:
DaiU. Month ...................... 1.2S
DaD,.. 1 Month ....................... .a+ -Less Knocking, please. I Modern residence of nine
weekiy;' I Ve r ..eo...'_........eo, 11.00 -- Lake Front and bath.
rooms Completely
Our Daily Health Hint:
ADVANCETO -Do not eat peas with a'knife.0 Grove and Home furnished. Fine location -
Our Financial for rooming house. Largelot SATURDAY SALE
C.PT fr display and all .ther handvetadrerticiiir Daily :
...t be hand, In at the h.iineMoffice -But the income of every marriedman PropertiesOne
.f the Sentinel net later than 2 p. B, 77x225. Garage and ser-
the day before publication. This rule applies is already taxed to the limit.
t* ehanre fer contract adrertiiins it U vants Beautiful
Invariable. and will be strictly adhrrrd to.deiirinr --0- quarters.
uhserib.r. Tf Sentinel diM-nn- Our Daily Beauty Tip oak shade trees and some NO. 47The
tinued should notify the o>Hce in writing on -Wash face carefully and gently of them is the pret-
the date of expiration otherwise it will be every morning with wet water and fruit. Owner will sacrifice at
continued at the rerular uhvenption rate*. tiest lake front location in
antU notice to stop U received. dry with blotter.
Telephone N.mb r ..._, ..,." 24 the State of Florida, with only 7000. Terms half cash
--oThe poets have sung the joys of Saturday night
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1915. Barons have arrivedmostof large acreage and a most and balance j, 2 and 3 years. -the bargain-wise are singing the praises of our '
'em-we have real nobility in our modern dwelling.. : all day Saturday Sales-and every one of them
I adds new voices to the chorus.
Public opinion is never tongue tied. vill. now. all hail King BaseBall! The other has a fine I Atha Come Saturday and you will sing with the
o ; Cooper best of them, for you will find savings to make
SIDELIGHTSBy grove with modern improvements the heart glad-golden dependable
Kissimmee is also seeing the light opportunities to get -
and worthy of 114 South Orange Ave. Ground Floor and desirable goods at tremendous re
and wants the commission form of ductions.A .
( W. S. Branch) J further Phone No. 311
government. By and by every city any improvementsdesired.

will want the same system. Tampa list of a few of the irresistables follow:
Have to
will soon be out of the mire. Laugh
0--- Life is full of pleasantries and one These are high priced Pillow Slips
of the humorous sights to a lean, ca- but
Bread seems to be going up quite properties, they are
daverous individual is watch
to a 42-36
generally to six cents a loaf, and as both big bargains. VENEER CORES
more corpulant man run to catch a Made of
the rolling pin long ago was converted good strong, heavy bleaching, a household
train or an automobile. For instance, quality that will stand a good amount of hard
into kindling wood, most of us will $1.25Per
Worth 15c. each.
there is our friend and neighbor Ben wear,
have to pay the price. Salomon. Ben is not built on the fox Saturday 23c. a pair

o hound plan and when he starts to run I Strand Up /.
The planting season is now. Farmers we just have to stop and laugh.Humorous S.HD Dolive <& Son FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND
should improve the opportunity to -0- OAK WOOD Sheets Sheets ! Sheets! !

plant heavily of corn, sweet potatoes, I Sights .
peas, sugar cane and everything else REAL ESTATE Orlando Wood YardB. Money talks now-a-days with the manufacturers,
Speaking of humorous sights, an-
just how loud is for you to judge on Saturday.We .
in the nature of food which can be other one is that of a'fresh arrival No. 3 WEST PINE STREET W. Kingsley, Proprietor bought for cash a case of splendid value in
grown on the farm. For a long timeto among the northern visitors eating an I PINE STREET"AND R. R. a well-known grade of two sizes, full bleached
come there will be a heavy demand People who have been in Second Floor Telephone 344 sheets. We will not limit the quantity to a cus-
orange. I 9-30 tomer, but we certainly advise early buying, for
the food supply of the United\
upon Florida for any length of time follow those who purchase in the morning, will be
States.-Tarpon Springs Leader. the example of the native "cracker"and back again in the afternoon for more.

o simply cut off the end of the or-I Size 72x90 worth 59c.,
SURVEYS- ange and drink the luscious Saturday 35c. each,'3 pairs for $1.00

According to the annual report of* The new arrival tears the orange in Size 81x90, worth 75c.,,d 9

the bureau of soils of the U. S. depart- pieces and attempts to suck the 'nec- Saturday 55c. each

ment, 29,984,000 acres of soils were : tar from each individual section.

surveyed during the fiscal year end- When the operation is finished the

ing June 30 last. Detalied soil sur- novice has soiled his handkerchief, Plain and Fancy Ratines ,

veys were completed or begun in 90 smeared his face, has juice running
different located in 29 different Another lot similar to what we put on sale last
areas, down his fingers and fully half of the
week, maybe just a wee bit better, but you be
states. These covered 35,721 square good of the orange has been wasted. the judge. In stripes, checks, plain colors and
miles, or 22,861,440 acres. quite a number of mixture effects, worth from .
--0Palatka -- WINTER PARK ANNOUNCEMENT ]: Lake Eola and Eola ParkThe 35c. to 75c. a yard.
Saturday 19c. a yard
is making great prepara- i
tions for the coming of the Florida At the Baptist church, Winter Park, I

Elks. The annual state conventionof Sunday morning, the pastor Rev. C. i A Clearance Lot

the Benevolent and Protective Or- T. Douglass, wil preach on the theme, t t .

der of Elks will be held in Palatka "A Vision of Tomorrow, the 1000 YARDS OF FIGURED CREPE, Embroidred -

April 6, 7 and 8, and from the pro- tion of Today." In the time is now ripe for an investment in this par- Lawns, Grass Lawns, Fancy Organdies,
gram proposed the three days will be subject will be "The Young InSPira-1 Striped Ratines, Striped Piques in a host of
charming colorings, designs and effects, worth e
pleasantly and profitably spent by the for the Times Some
or ticular section of the city. Property well bought will be from 25c. to 75c. a yard.
delegates from the Carious Elks i Would Do If I Were: a Young Wo Saturday 15c
lodges of Florida. In Palatka com- "
man. absolutely certain of producing a profit. I have two or
mittees have been appointed to look Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.

after various features of receptionand Young People's meeting at 6:15p. A Good "Spec" in Hosiery
entertainment. m. three offerings which I can recommend as sure MONEY- ,.

o A cordial welcome for all. 100 Dozen Boot Silk Hosiery in Black and White,
GOOD SHOWING MAKERS.Call i all sizes, a splendid] well-woven quality, double
reinforced both heel and toe.
Receipts of over $2,000,000 in.tolls RECEPTION UNITY CHAPEL TO Marvellous value for a quarter, .
for the first six months' operation of NIGHTAll and let me show them to you.
Saturday 23c. a pair, or 3 pairs'or 65c.
the Panama canal make a better k
than have members and friends of the .
showing might perhaps
been expected in the disturbed condition Unitrian church are cordially invited I i Turkish Towels : a +

of the world's trade, but at that to come to Unity Chapel on Saturday I
rate the tolls will not nearly pay for evening to meet Rev. Lewis Gilbert I Do you need any? If you do it will be folly on
and Wilson, of Boston, Mass. This is an i iimpoi'tant your part to miss this great bargain.
the maintenance of the waterway Large size, heavy close weave, will wear a
debt charges. To add the entire expense meeting.TRANSPORTATION splendidly.
to the cost of the military establishment to
of the United States MEN IN CITY j Only 50 DozenGood

would hardly please our bigger army !
W. M. Cole traveling freight honest value at 20c. a piece,
Mr. ,
and navy advocates, says the New Insurance and Real Estate Agent
2 for
Saturday 25c.
York World, although they regardthe agent of the Macon, Dublin & Savan- j
best nah railroad, and Mr. J. C. Spencer, j We have these in both plain white and pink, and
of their argu-
canal as one blue borders; choose. ;
of the same road, were among the
ments for larger expenditures. PHONE 172illllililllMIIMIIIIililliiHHilliililiMlllliHIMMI'
popular transportation men visiting

WANTS NO BLOOD 0---MONEY Orlando yesterday. White' Dress Goods Special A

It is interesting to note that one
United States WILL SPEAK AT UNITY CHAPELRev. 50 pieces of 35 yards each, 350 yards, that's all
steel company in the we have ofWhite
takes a stand in favor of humanita-I Lewis Gilbert Wilson, of Boston -

rianism instead of selfish commercialism. :Mass., secretary of the American Splashed Voile

Unitarian Association.'will speak at i I 1
Because of "humanitarian reasons" Unity Chapel on Sunday morning at I Identically the same fabric that is generally sold

the Electro Steel company, one of the 11 o'clock. j -, at 35c. a yard,

largest by the Pittsburg concerns in foreign Pittsburg trade, asked commission I - ;;;;I-; ;;;.-;; !I Saturday 18c. a yard ,A

to bid on a contract to (NO MAIL ORDERS) .

nish part of an order of fur-\\ "

drop forge shells, valued at $- $200 $225 $250 and so on ji Ii Have you sent that complimentary box of as- 1

000, wanted by the British government sorted Florida Fruits to your friends yet? OUR .

has declined to make an esti GROCERY DEPARTMENT will help you out if t

mate. Attached to the blue prints you haven't.

returned to the commission: by the up to $500 or $550

company was a note, which read: A

"For humanitarian reasons: this a

.i company to consider finds the itself contract.: obliged" to refuse: I Any price you want to pay for one of the choice -

The value of the particular con- 1

tract offered to the company was estimated : I
$450,000.. THORNTON PARKLots. . .

Charles E. Bryson, president and n t tDICKSON

general manager of the Electro Steel

later in the day, said: "Our company
refused to consider this contract be- Terms easy if desired. Only reasonable re- : : IVCS CO.

cause should we be don't encouraged.think warring As long nations as strictions. Call at 905 E. Central Avenue, or ask : ; ,

they are able to purchase supplies of dealer if to these lots. :
care see
this nature, the war will continue. your you

"We are looking for business; but
we would not consider the furnishingof I
ammunition o( war to any coun- ..

try that is engaged in conflict. I wishto I ORLANDO'S, FAVORITE: SHOPPING PLACE

state in making this refusal that The Store of true service, of never-failing

we are not opposed to England or her TAYLOR & THORNTON !: tssy, of fair dealing, of trust-worthy merchandise cour

allies, nor to Germany and her allies. at right prices

We don't desire to make money from ORLANDO .
instruments that are used to slaughter FLORIDA

people, and we think that other Proprietors II

companies might do well to considerthe --

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; @rlau 'nttrty II WANTED-Good boy about 14 years "GET IT AT ALLEN'S" U

old to carry papers. Apply at this
office. 2-27-tf

-Edited By Miss Eliza Wright GRANDI t .

Office telephone No. lyd. Residence telephone No. 254 I WANTED-For M. E. S. S. orchestra I
players-violin, clarinet viola bass. II
Call on or address A. A. Patch at
WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR I Conn. second. Miss Fernandez the Peoples Nat. Bank. 2-27-61

o gracious hostess of Duke Hall, served
February 27th.Saturday .
I dainty refreshments. ROOMS $3.50 PER WEEK-Large

--0-- I veranda, electric lights hot and cold
: water bath; in best part of Orlando.St. .
Belgian relief card party Rosalind RETURN TO .
James corner of West and South
Club; Mrs. Davis chairman. INDIANAPOLIS.Mrs. streets. 2-27-6t* %

Civic League meeting. Chapter I A. E. Rossiter and Miss Ger-

House.Entro Nous Club; Mrs. Fort, hos- !trude, who have spent the winter season LOOK-18! fine city lots for sale. :

I at Kooter Kove Kottage on Rock Also furnished or unfurnished

tess.Saturday Auction Bridge Club; lake, departed for their home in Indianapolis houses for summer rental. Price and .<
:Miss Roumaine Clark hostess. terms reasonable.. H. Eaton owner o WANT
-oIN Ind, yesterday afternoon "WHEN HIS SHIP CAME IN'A : 215 South Main street opposite 0

HONOR OF ATTRACTIVE I much to the regret of the many Methodist church. Phone 99. You can get a reliable time piece at any price you

VISITORS. :friends they have made while sojourn- 2-27-lmo choose to pay. You will find this a different kind of a

!ing in the City Beautiful. Selig Special Feature com- watch store, where watches are regarded
Orlando's social season has been ll as staple ar I
I PALMS tides and sold at the close
longer this year than any of the seat margin of staple goods. Fine
CARD PARTY AT plete in two parts. at moderate
jewelry prices.ALLEN .
sons for several years previous. Many Now is the time to plant palms. ,
brilliant affairs were given around DUKE HALL. tVe have the best assortment of palmsto
The house guests of Duke Hall were be had. Also Griffing's Roses give & CO. JEWELERS II
Thanksgiving time then the Christ- ,
results. W. II. ,
pleasantly entertained Thursday even- Brokaw. salesman .
mas holidays and New Year's were 116 S. Orange avenue. Phone 267. 16
ing with the favorite of "five dJ
crowded with dances receptions and game 2-27-12tc 01:1. '
hundred. The hostesses were Mrs.
parties. Many charming and beauti-
Russell of Amherst Mass. Mrs. Car-
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ful visitors have
been guests in the
bee of Haverhill N. H, and Miss "IN BRIDAL ATTIRE"A 1
homes of the society set, and this I FOR '
Ewing of Seymour Ind. From startto LucerneTODAY _____ FINISHING DOORS
week a number of delightful affairs ,. AND WAINSCOTING
finish the playing
was zealously
an- r
have been given in their honor.
imated and ended with Mrs. Head of Vitagraph Comedy. I We have the best stains and varnishes 1 1I
:Miss Mary Guernsey was "at home"yesterday
i Rockford.I1L,and Mr.Augustus Nathan I manufactured. Do you doubt it ?
afternoon in compliment to '
of New Jersey coming under the Well seeing is believing. And the ,
two of the most attractive of these
!wire neck and neck while Miss Nath- c way to see it is to put it on your
visitors Miss Eudalia White of East
and and Mr. C. S. Brewer of Hartford doors. If you don't say it's the best
Orange N. J., and Miss Lucile Satter-
Conn. were close seconds. The material you ever used for the money
thwaite of Waynesville N. C. The ladies were beautifully gowned while 'WHAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN"A l we'll stand the expense. That's fair,
guests were received by Mrs. JosephL.
the gentlemen appeared in full dress, "\ HICH HAM IS SCHNAPPS- isn't it?
Guernsey who introduced them to
all of which added charm to the even- Majestic Special Feature,
the hostess and honorees. Miss Hat- MEIER"A c Wlf Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Coal
tie Hudson Miss Antoinette Siemens ing. At eleven o'clock the guests complete in two parts.

:were regaled with delicious refresh- r1 205 S.
Miss Mary Holt and Mrs. Frank ; Orange Avenue
ments, served in Miss Fernandez's inimitable -
Guernsey served in the dining room. and when "good- Selig Comedy. COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261
Mrs. McChesney of Amityville Long manner
nights" were spoken all felt that 'A YELLOWSTONE HONEY-
Island and Mrs. S. G. Dolive pouredtea.
Duke Hall' had kept to its usual stand-
A delicious cream course was MOON"A
ard for genuinely gracious hospitality. .
served. Lovely sweet peas were used
in decorating. Thanhouser Comedy. WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver
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I COUNTRY CLUB HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA" hear this before? Let the Delicatessen' Man do it.
DANCE. Something. new t Something New I
HOME. The Country Club will be the scene Try it. Ask About it.
Mrs. J. Merle McElroy was also I "THE WAY BACK" I Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two for
of a dance Tuesday night which prom- three
or more
"at home" on Friday afternoon in
ises to be largely attended. Elegant Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
honor of her house guest Mrs. Clif-
refreshments win be served and music A Biograph Comedy. COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES
ford Payne of Jacksonville; Miss Miller
will be furnished by the Grand or-
of Tennessee attractive guest of 5 cents 10 cents
the Misses Slemons and Miss Margaret chestra. J. R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'S

Drennen:Mrs. LeRoy GileS charm NOTICEThe FOUR BIG REELS I Phone 26 Bakery

ing guest. Mrs. J. N. McElroy assist-

ed in receiving the guests. Miss Eliz- plumbing concern of Siias & I

abeth Robinson in a charming white Carmichael has been dissolved, andJ.
I D. Carmichael is continuing the FORAGE GROCERY COMPANY

the frock callers held the entered.silver card Misses tray Eda as I business at J.105 D.West CARMICHAEL.Pine street. SATURDAY SPECIALS 5 cents' 10 cents I Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results

', "TJrewer, Ada Bumby Jean Person 2-27-ltc

Wary and Fannie Robinson, and Sara Seven loaves bread ____________$ .25
'"""Siemens served the guests with a (I ROBERT HUXGERFORD SCHOOL 24 Ibs. Pillsbury flour _________ 1.15 -
WILL OBSERVE FOUND 24 lbs. good pastry flour ______ 1.05
dainty orange ice in tiny baskets I ER'S DAY 16 Ibs. sugar _________________ kOO
made of real oranges sandwiches I 10 lb. pail Snowdrift lard ______ 1.00 FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL

mints, nuts, and coffee. The pink and Founder's Day will be observed 60 lb. tub lard per Ib. _________ .09

color scheme was beautifully Thursday March 4th at the Robert Pure leaf lard, per lb. _,_______ .15
green Hungerford School Eatonville Flor- Cheese per lb. _______________ .20 Established 1886 .
carried out in the pink shaded lights ida. All friends are cordially invited.Dr. 3 lbs. pure country butter ______ 1.00

asparagus fern, and pin c carnations W. B. Kellix Sanford, will be ora- Tub butter per lb. ___________ .35
which adorned the dining table. Mesdames tor of the day. Other prominent men Oleomargarine per lb. ____n__ .20
of nearby towns will take part on 6 cans salmon (tall) ________n .65
Gray Rush Paul McNeil and program. 6 cans sardines _______________ .25 CURTIS & O'NEAL
LeRoy Giles served punch on the sun Monday evening March 1st, a Brick codfish, 2 Ibs. nnn .25

porch which was transformed into a grand concert will be given at the 6 smoked bloaters ________u_ .25
lovely bower. Odd Fellows' Stone Hall, Orlando, by Best ham per lb. nnn___ .18
the members of the Athletic associa- Boiled ham, per lb. _______u___ .35
HOTEL tion of the school. Admission: Adults Best breakfast bacon, Ib. nu_ .22 INSURANCE LOANS

i' MANY 15 cents and children 10 cents. Comeone :Minced ham lb. ______nuu_ .18
SOCIAL AFFAIRS.The come all! 2-27-2t Smoked Georgia pig sides, lb.___ .17
salt sides white lb. _ .15
Dry pig u
hotels have been unusually
gay Picnic shoulders, each _u .50 to .75 _ REAL ESTATE RENTALS
a this year too. The weekly dances at IN CIRCUIT COURT.CIRCUIT SEVENTH' JUDICIAL English brand s. shoulders, lb.__ .17

the Lucerne and Rossmore Inn have Boneless shoulders lb. ___uu 20

attracted the lovers of the dance and State .f Florida. Orange C.ounty-In Chancery Early June peas, can ___u_____ .10
3 cans best corn ______________ .25 f
the after theatre dances at the San > Robert A. Barkley
I! VB. 4 cans best tomatoes __-_--_---- .25
Juan cafe have been exceedingly Eva Bark Icy. Divorce.To 1 doz. small cream uuuuu .45

popular. Each day some of the Eva Berkley: 1 doz. tall cream nuuuu .95
I It appearing from the afTi<1ovit of--
guests at the Wyoming, the SL j-- herein filed. in which he states that Apples per peck uuunu J35 .
the defendant Eva Barkley. is a resident of See our line of smoked and white
Charles the St. James, the Tremont, I a state other than the state of Florida andthat meats the finest ever brought to For Sale
the New Lucerne, and Duke Hall and her residence is Campbellsbartc. Indiana: Orlando.
and that there is no person in the state of
others of the pleasant hotels of Or- Florida service of subpoena upon whom would Inquire of us prices on feed.OSTEOPATHY.
bind the defendant and that said defendant
lando have entertained with bridge i is over twenty-one years of age. Lot 65
House %x167. Price
eight rooms.
parties or teas. It is therefore ordered that you do appearto
the complainant's bill herein filed on or
On Thursday evening the guests at before Monday the Sth day of April. A. D.
cards 1915. the same being a rule day of said court.It "
' Duke Hall were entertained at is further ordered that this notice be $4500.00. A bargainlillllMllllliMMItlMMIMIMMtlMMMMIIIIII.
"by Mrs. Russell of Amherst Mass.; published in the South Florida Sentinel, a DR. J. c. HOWELL .
newspaper published at Orlando in the county
Mrs. Carbee of Haverhill N. II. and of Orange state of Florida once a week Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
Miss Ewing of Seymour Ind. Mrs. for four consecutive weeks. Kirksville Graduate
Witness. B. M. Robinson. Clerk of our
Head, of Rockford, 111., and Mr. Au- Circuit Court and the seal of said Court at Consultation Free -
the court house at Orlando. this 27th day of Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan
gustus Nathan of New Jersey made February. A. D. 1915. HoteL

the highest with Miss Nathan Seal B. M. ROBINSON. Clerk. Office Phone 716 Residence 1018
scores Jones &: Jones. Solicitors for Complainant. : ; MMMIMIII'' '.'
and Mr. C. S. Brewer of Hartford, 2-27-4W Orlando, Fla.

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New Low Prices

I KELLY-SPRINGFIELD GUARANTEES Establishing a New Standard of Tire Values.

Size Plain Tread Casing Xon-Skid Casing Tubes
30 X 3 ___________$9.00 $ 9.45 $2.35

7,500 MILES ON 3 AND 3/2 INCH KANT-SLIP CASINGS 30 X 3V ________$11.60 12.20 2.70

5,000 MILES 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 36 x 41/2 ________$27.35 28.70 5.20

not buy XX Casings with a guarantee worth while and have an end 37 x 5_______:___$32.30 33.90 6.25

tire troubles ; If you pay more than Fisk Prices you pay for something that does not exist. _

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Adjustments Made Here.


. I. W. Phillips & Sons Orlando Auto Supply Co. I San. Juan Garage Company ] !

i 26 East Pine St. 210 South Orange Ave t i .

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,. ''RICES I CANDY SALE I l.. umUer. Latll: 3 and Shingles

I SENTINEL The Philathea class of the Baptist .
1 church will give a c .ndy sale, Satur-
I j GET day afternoon and evening, February
27, at DeLaney's drug store.
WANTS 2-26-2tc
f' FOR SALE-A good city residence, s.
with all modern conveniences; part
cash balance on time. Address"Owner.
l The Morning Sentinel Want ," care Sentinel office.
lr Directory is the Greatest Want 2-7-lmoc
r 65 acres, Sanford and Orlando ORLANDORoyal
r Ad Medium in Orlando.
!i Brick Road. FOR SALE-Story:: & Clark upright
t Terms Cash in Advance. grand piano won by Miss Myrtle
5 Room House, close in. Easy Weeks in the recent contest will be
; Terms. RATES sold for benefit of Baptist church
For One Day ___________25t building fund. Piano may be seen Cement Plaster and
Grove. For Three Days ______-__50e at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Agatite Perfection Lime
1 Lot in Highland For Six Days __________-___75c Weeks, 10 Washington street.
For One Month ____________Z50 1-13-tfc
2 Lots, Concord Park This rate applies on all ads of
25 words or less. If the ad con- FOR SALE-Best: truck farm in Pros- -
Seminole Park Lots tains more than 25 words the rate per Colony for sale at a bargain if
will be one cent per word for sold in 60 days. Farm consists of 15
Acerage, 3 miles out, easy each additional word, for each in- acres of as good land as there is in
terms. sertion.If Orange county; 7 acres in cultivation;
! you can't bring your ad to all under fence; 6 room house, auto $ ff"Ur" W. fiiJ
: We will do business on any of the office telephone No. 24. Ac- and wagon sheds, feed barn, stables, Ph .
the above. counts opened by telephone will be corn crib and poultry house; crop and
payable' the following day. some farming tools go with place.S. .
S. Bowman, Taft, Fla. ,
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Every Home-Every Business- 2-19-d&wk-lmo
Every Man has use for a
, Terms to Suit Purchaser
i Good citrus and truck land, cleared, KINCAID ann SNOWDBNOrlando's
Wtkn! Block PHONE 504
in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots, on
FOR SALE brick road to be built this year two
miles from Orlando. Phone 1024, 4
-For FineWATCH FOR SALE-Studebaker] touring car, rings or white H. G. Jackson, R. F.D.
30; 1910 model; in first class order. No. 2, Orlando, for appointment.
CLOCK and office.Address at once R. P. Pim, 2-2G-3t Sentinel 2-14-lmo Largest and Cheapest

JEWELRY REPAIRINGcall FOR SALE-On account of poor
!' FOR SALE QUICK-\Vill sacrifice health,the undersigned hereby offers
on C. VATER who 'I two nice lots, east side close in; for sale at a bargain, his desirable FURNITURE HOUSECor.
$250 for one, $450 for both; good reason property located at the corner of
is an expert at this trade I for selling. Address Box 659, West street and Ridgewood avenue.

with many years experience city. 3-26-3tc This property is central, in a first
class neighborhood, and convenientto Main and Sts. Orlando
FOR SALE Horse harness
wagon school business, lake and park. .
Youngs RepairShopOpp. and buggy. A bargain if taken at
:. !. Owner will sell all, or part cash or
once.Vill sell all
together or separately -
consists of nice
Post Pine StreetOSTEOPATH terms. Property new
Office i if desired. Inquire J. F. Watkins -
bungalow, fronting on Ridgewoodavenue -
No. 2 America street.
-26-6tc has six rooms and large -
ceiled basement with flue, suitable for

FOR SALE-2 1-2 horse power enginefor kitchen or laundry; lot 47x85 feet; I r
, sale. 402 Gore avenue. house unfurnished. Price $2,100.
2-23-6t.: Also, nearly new, two-story six-
room cottage, fronting on West street,
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story with shad and greenery; lot 46x117

Office corner Orange Avenue and cottage, seven rooms and bath, feet; house partly furnished. Price Eventuallv You Will Use

Church St., Davis & .McNeil BIdg. modern conveniences, roomy porches, $1,950.
excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. Also a beautiful connecting corner
Phone 419. 2-23-tf lot, 70x83: feet, fronting on two
streets, and graded for basement .
OAK WOOD-On the lot, cut four I building. Price $1.000. For cash anda ,
feet long, in lots to suit; or the quick sale owner would dispose of
EAT FIGSThey whole lot. Price right if taken at all of the above, to one party, for
once. Chas. F. Nason, 700 W. Amelia $4,300. E. N. COY. 2-2-lmoc

are good for your health. avenue. 2-23-Gt FOR RENT GAS I 1

We have figs in every way. FOR SALE-Buick touring car, fully
f equipped speedcmeter, Presto tank
FOR RENT-Smai: flat, modern: con-
etc. A bargain. Act quick. Call at veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A.
STUFFED FIGSSELECTED Ford Garage, Church street. 2-12-tf Knox. 11-3-tf

nor any city outside of
JARS : the corporation, though I have some to adults only. 409. Delaney street.
I splendid building lots near Lake Eola, il 10-25-tf FOE
FIGS IN BULKPRESERVED and they will be priced on their mer- II
its. See the owner and save commis- I WANTED

FIGS sions.Z-26-lmo H.* C. McDaniel. Phone 708.

CALARAB CANDY FIGS ; WANTED waitress, WHITE with experience WAITRESS, wantedat and
FOR SALE: Five all
room cottage, Cooking HeatingBecause
modern conveniences, completely Mrs avenue.Cornish's Tea Room,2-25-3tc 13; Or-

Don't forget we are headquarters furnished, 307 Broadway avenue. Apply ange
to Mrs. McDade, 312 Broadway
for Jams, Jellies and Pre-
avenue. 1-27-lmo WANTED-One or two rooms for
light housekeeping by two ladies,
FOR SALE-Rhode Island lied eggs within walking distance of town. it is the most convenieht most
for setting; fine stock; $1.00 for 13. Address DeLaney Drug Co. ,
Irs.: Calder. Phone 708. 2-3-lmoc 2-24
cleanly and most efficient fuel known.

CARUTIHRS & GORE JUDICIOUS FERTILIZING is one of WANTED-Situation; practical nurs-
the most important items in sUccessful ing, or housekeeper. Address X,
growing with II.of C.fruits McDaniel.and vegetables.Talk He has. care the Sentinel. 2-21-6t* Why not begin today as a Gas User? I

New Modern Grocery made sells a Wilson success&of growing Toomer's both."Ideal"He LOST-35x41-2 automobile tire on You will save time labor and

brand. His experience is worth something rim. Finder will please return to expense.
to you. Phone 708. J. L. Dillard, Winter Garden, Fla.,
2-26-lmo and receive reward. 2-17-tfc
Phone 200

FOR' SALE-Five passenger touringcar FOR FRESH VEGETABLES and
in A-l condition; cheap for strawberries, phone H. C. McDaniel,
6 and 8 East Pine St. cash or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor 708. Parties coming to the garden
for vegetables will be given low
905 East Central avenue. Phone 696. 1

I 1-4-tf prices. 2-20-lmo ORLANDO WATER &: LIGHT CO

FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock Umbrellas recovered and repaired
TOURIST TRAINS and tools best farm in county; variety "while you wait," at Young's Repair
5 5 5TO fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- Shop, 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc
to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock GAS DEPARTMENT \
Sldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- I BUYERS AND SELLERSI

er. 1-16-tfc buy, sell rent, and excliange real
I Have resided in Orlando
estate. Fla.,
75 acres suitable for citrus culture over 30 years. Have handled over
North and West"DIXIE Call and r
20000000. see m.!
and truck farming, bordering on a
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
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pretty lake and has one-half mile
Frontage on the Orlando to Sanford
FLYER" brick road, this frontage being adapted TRACY & MOORE, CARPENTERS
for nice home sites; could be sub- -House repairs of all kinds done '
"DIXIE LIMITED" divided into 40 building plots 60x200 promptly; repairing of leaky roofs; Findley's Pioneer Paint &Wall PaperStoreHas
feet each leaving about 60 acres for screen doors and windows a specialty;
"SEMINOLE LIMITED""MONTGOMERY : citrus fruits and truck farming; five sleeping porches counters, shelving, F ForSale r
ROUTE" minutes walk to railroad station, garages, office fixtures; window and
stores, hotel, school and churches. door frames made to order. Get our alvrays en hand a large and well selected
"SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED": When consider location and prices. 18 East Church street. A
transportation you facilities with other good postal will bring us. 1-11-lmo stock of Wall Papers High Grade Varnishes, Paints,

advantages the property's real valueis Brushes, Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies.
Pulman to Chicago, St. Louis
$7,500. It is owned by a non-resi- Established 1870
Indianapolis, Cleveland, Cincinnati, dent who needs money. lie author- CONTRACTORS FOR PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING
Louisville and intermediate points. izes me to sell it for $3,000. Who- R. E. COCHRAN CO., Inc.
*. has been
ever buys this property gets a bar- 132 Park Place, New York .. J .orange grove; ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU.

Dining Cars'via gain. For further particulars call on Wholesale Dealers and Commission set out a year;'select budded trees,
E. C. Young, room 10, McNeill &
Davis building, corner Church street Merchants in Florida Orangesand orange and grapefruit; there are FINDLEY'S PIONEERPHONE

Atlantic Coast Line and Orange avenue Orlando. Grapefruit
1-31-tfc 111.2 acres in the grove; located on
Represented by 67 Corner Pine and Court
Geo. W. Tull, Orlando, Fla. Lake Jem Mary, between Lake Con-
Standard Railroad of the SouthA. SELECTED MANATEE COUNTY
Liberal advances made on con-
LANDS way and Lake Jennie Jev.el, 3-4 of a
On the Gulf highlands of the fam- signments.R. .
W. Fritot, D. P. A.
ous Sarasota Bay district South Flor- E. Cochran, president. mile from Pine Castle road, soon to
Jacksonville, Fla.J. ; dia. Fertile soil, heavy and late ship- T. L. Turney, Treasurer.
pers of grapefruit and oranges; heavy be bricked; new up to date seven room
G. Kirkland, D. P. A., and l-22-2m
early shippers of winter
vegetables house; good large barn, and other The 1tarIt
Tampa, Fla. ; no killing frosts; healthful cli- .
mate; invigorating salt air from the SIGNS buildings. This proposition is for
gulf; pure water from flowing arte- OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
sian wells; this proved and tested I quick sale on easy terms.! Inquire of
land, close to transportation, sur- I OPPOSITE POST OFFIGEI
rounded by prosperous groves and 3 Gold Leaf and Aluminum, on J. B. Magruder, Jr., office in Arcade; FRESH AND SALT MEATS
farms. we offer at a low price .
small payment down, balance ten Glass or Wood or see the owner. I Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

years at 6 per cent. Large acreagenow Everything screened away from the flies, and kept ir-*-'nand
to pick from. Immense leap in Cloth Signs and Big Bulletinsa
values will follow. This special offer G. M. BISSELL I pore.
is not to speculators, but ot those specialtyI We invite inspection. and guarantee satisfaction. We tune
OR. U H. RAMSDELtf who will actually develop the land. Meat
Exceptionally fine class of residents have Morgan with me and can at grove everything in the LlaeH.i1sI.Self.

ORLANDO OPTOMETRIST, - FLORIDAWE coming Write in.today for full information. give prompt service 1281m'i I & Go.


AND DO ALL KINDS OF 2-21-lmoc Box 609, Sarasota Fla. GEO. A. BARKER I r PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET

OPTICAL REPAIRING 110 West Pine St. Don't overlook the want ads. I i

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HMO' WASH GOODS DEPARTMENT Style Show of Millinery"

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II. If you have a Wash Goods need, now is the time to fill it. .
MMO We are splendidly equipped to supply your every wash goods Unrivalled i in Florida and in the South. Here is a wonderland .
\' I need, with new spring jgoods. Broad assortments and exceptionally of beautiful! Millinery; hundreds of new and becoming I,,0 I::
= Hats, full of individuality and distmctiveness. Distinctiveand .-
wonderful in their beauty and for their faithful interpretation Irlll""''IIi .
WHITE COTTON VOILE, a sheer fine quality, 40 in- of the Parisian models. These beauties are the creation 101
__ches wide, specially priced at _______________________23c of well-known eastern Milliners, and embody value, variety II.. _
beauty and correctness of style not obtainable elsewhere .... .....
SILK ORGANDIES, very fine !and sheer, beautifulDolly at so low a cost. Double the Big Store's price would, we feel,
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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 101

.... AVILON LENO, a dainty printed fabric, very fine and here. ...ii..IIIIII.
HI sheer, beautiful designs 36 inches wide ____________40c
O BELMAR VOILES,handsome conventional designs, the I o II .
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kind our grandmothers use to wear, 36 inches wide35c BOYS' DEPARTMENT
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PRINTED VOILES, dainty colorings in floral and Jac- '
.'O-,'. quard patterns, 36 inches wide ___________________30c OUR BOYS CLOTHING STORE can truly be called the I 0IriIl ,1.
CREPE PLISSE, in small neat designs floral, stripes...... Mother's Friend. Here she may buy her boy? a suit with a
I. and figures, light and dark colors, 32 inches wide ____23c: sure guarantee of stylishness and serviceability, and at the 1
same time practice economy. The new Spring Suits are natty I lO,. .
CREPES, beautiful line in large floral and small neat and desirable, and very low priced. .
patterns, dainty colorings, 32 inches wide 19c -
I We have the Famous line of SPRAGUE MADE WASH
HINDOO CLOTH,the most beautiful silk finish, transparent SUITS AND ROMPERS.: You may select from these late ILu 11III"
fabric we have ever shown plain white, 45 models, Oliver Twist, Midy, Balkan and Tucker, in all
'" inches wide ___________________________________$1.00 the best and newest varieties of materials.Tommy

,- lOll........ PIQUE, in plain white, very popular this season, large _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1101'_ .
._..... and small welts, and a splendid quality at ___________25c ..._
01 PERSIAN LAWN, a beautiful wash fabric, full 45 in-... GARMENT SOLONS .
III.... i... ches wide, plain white ______ ____ ____ ___________?:ac.t OUR BEAUTIFUL 101=
DOTTED SWISS, small neat dots, in plain white, very
101 transparent, 30 inches wide_______________________35c revealing all the forerunners of what "IS to BE in Suits and ;;;.,
JAPANESE CHINTZ CREPE, a handsome sheer material Dresses.
The effects, suits with their smart short. ._
in white, with small neat embroidered de- stunning new
I..II... I signs, 36 inches wide __________________________$1.?__ and waists Mixtures.and widely flared skirts, in Gabardines, Poplins, Serges lIO' '1 1 I

' PRINTED MULLS, dainty designs and colorings, light The dresses are :perfect little dreams of beauty, as fresh
and dark colors, 29 inches wide _________________12c and charming as spring itself, featuring the! popular shades
I I of Sand, Putty, Belgium Blue and other new shades. IJ

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O Just arrived, our Spring and Summer Lines of Straw and
Panama Hats, in all the newest styles and braids, also our "G 2 .
" I4, Spring line of Neckkwear, one of the nobbiest lines ever displayed Onyx"'HosieryOnyx J "
iQi, in the city at 50c. Look over our Men's Department. .' 11
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Let us show you. ( '
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00 Just received a full line of Spring Footwear. Everything tans, white and fancy, rAII.

IO I 00 that's good in White Canvas, Buck, Patent and Kid Pumps and the best pure thread.

ISK' i .. .. Slippers, in the new strap effects. silk made at $1.00, $1.50. -

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Mr. H. Clyde Rinaldi will arrive in = -'". .

J5ANKYOUB MONEY Orlando today from Tampa to, spend < ''.. l e.." ,. t

Sunday with relatives.Mrs. 1 yJJ% I 1iibr1ir

PAY BY CHECK S. J. Campbell is in Orlando .
from Chicago visiting her niece Mrs.E. .
k SLY G Duckworth at her home No. 6
Lake street. c--- .r -.-

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Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. Cailish and Y
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; daughter Miss Elsie are in Orlandoon 1 wk

a visit of some duration and are -e
. t pleasantly located.at the San Juan.

Mr. Walker Reid left last night; for ,
! TAKE NO CHANCE Parrish in response to a message informing -
him of the serious illness of
DON'T Send money through the mails. If his father Mr. S. B. Reid.
the letter is lost, the contents are lost and cash

te seldom finds its way back. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Edwards, of

; Think of SAFETY FIRST. Galesburg, Ill., are spending a few tI
days in Orlando and express them- 1 r
Buy a Bank Draft. If the draft is lost we issue selvse as being delighted with the /

ti -the another-you security don't certain.lose a cent. Cost is little, city and its surroundings.Mr. - (i(

You can buy a bank draft here at the and Mrs. Nat Gilbard arrived tc5i; _'/ MEMBER FEDERALRESERVE

State Bank any business day. in Orlando yesterday from Atlanta STSTEM OF BANKS .
Ga., and are registered at the San i Qa b-
Juan. They expect to spend several .
The State Bank of Orlando
days in this section.Mr. "FEDERAL
and Mrs. F. Lathrop and Mr.
and Mrs. A. II. Mayber, of Milford
Mass., are among the prominent visitors .
now sojourning in Orlando. GOLD INTO THE U. S. TREASURY. ON THIS GOLD THE

They are registered at the San Juan. GOVERNMENT ISSUES MONEY.WE .

Mrs. Preston Ayres and interestinglittle OUR SECURITIES TO OUR DISTRICT FEDERAL RESERVE t'
daughter who have been visit-
ing Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Boardman
left yesterday afternoon for their YOU CAN GET YOUR MONEY WHEN YOU WANT IT


G. P. Johns, of Orlando spent Sun-
J day in the city, a guest at the,home

Our Hoosier kitchen cabinet sale was a big of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Burnham, the The Peoples National BanR
latter of whom is his sister.PuntaGorda
success-last week. Herald.Mr. ,
we are going to extend you the I

opportunity to buy a Schmce cabinet en the and Mrs. D. R. Richardson, I
who have been visiting Mr. and MrsC.
same liberal terms--- G. Westcott at their home on Lu-
cerne Circle left yesterday for Phil-
$1.00 and 1.00 Each WeekSee adelphia. -- '.

Messrs. A. C. Banstrum and J. F.
the cabinets in'our window. Come in and
Samuel Philadelphia were among
let. us demonstrate them for you. the arrivals in Orlando yesterday FOR A GOODDrug

A regular $32.50 cabinet, in this special club They are touring Florida and will go
from here next week to St. Peters-
plan sale at only $27.50. burg. '

Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Brossier of
Miami arrived in Orlando yesterday
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being called here on account of the

illness of their son, Mr. J. C. Brossier .
who is reported to be greatly im PHONE TWENTY
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H and Mrs. F. F. Parker arrived well Kodaks
yesterday afternoon over the Tampa They carry stamps ,as as Perfumery, ,

Special for their first visit to Orlando.
and Toilet Articles.
They are from Elmira N. Y., and do Candy ..
not know where they will locate as
w yet. They will remain until the tenthof ..

Mr. and Mrs. John Spires and family -

0 who have been spending some rs
0 time in Orlando,were among those departing -
yesterday. They went to yj Pharmacy

Fort Myers where they will spend a _. r
0O week or two before going to their
home in Ithica N. Y.

Mrs. J. H. Harris who visited her
grand daughter Mrs. C. G. Brown,
311 North Orange avenue some
weeks ago returned to Orlando yes-
terday afternoon from Bradentownand r.
AawWw1 i w/1y MtNu expects to remain her until she
starts for her home in Noblesville,

$1.00 DOWN AND $1.00 PER WEEK Ind. Friends' opinions

Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Branch of 1
Utica N. Y., arrived in Orlando yes-
Oscar Hand & Son terday afternoon over the Atlantic.

Coast Line to spend the remainder of : 77 j
the season. Mr. and Mrs. Branch I
of efficiency in our .M *'
have been here before, and note that Convincing proof :"':
the growth of Orlando has been of a Banking service is the fact that a large \ ""'"" .' :
steady and substantial nature. .'
\ Apart ,
Artistic SouvenirsSterling of our new business arises from the I, .' -.gfr
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Null of San- ', dl.l':1:
ford, Me., who are wintering in Or- recommendation of present patrons. I :4 )
lando and are pleasantly located at :
the home of Mr. J. T. Hendricks, on cl: .\ : J
Silver Spoons, Forks, Hand yesterday North Main to greet street their were friends delighted, Mr. uently new patrons tell us that they '\\. "' .: tare 9Fre
.t d:
Painted China and Mrs. Orrin Moulton, who arrived J
Trays and many establishing relations with this Bank
yesterday from the Bay State

other useful and beautiful articles typi-- because we have so satisfactorily served J
Mr. J. A. McDonough and daughter -
cal of Florida and Orlando that will provea Miss Bessie who are visiting Mr. their friends. + 5
and Mrs.; F. L. Helms, 208 South Lake
source of great delight to your friends street are delighted with Orlando
and its environments. Mr. McDon-
"back North." We also carry a completeline ough is an old newspaper man and A consultation with one of our officers
showed excellent judgment when he
of up-to-date Jewelry. Our Repair left the craft some years ago to be-
will convince you of the superior service i tae
come clerk of the circuit court of
Department is in charge of most competent Henry county Georgia. f

workmen. offer. "
Mr. H. A. Swanson of Dubuque
lowa.* nd Mr. R. T. Smith of Lansing .
Mich-, who have been spending

T. H. EVANSJEWELER they terests.terday several will afternoon days They look in after will this for some visit section Arcadia Fort business left Myers where yes-in- Or1ano Bank & Trll t C m an

and return to Orlando in time to wit-
ness the big game of ball between the Orlando's Conservative Bank
Barons and the Philadelphia Nationals -
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