Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00496
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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 28, 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: VID00496
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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.v. All Prepared To Flee CapitolFor
Various Young Peoples' Church I Veterans of Last Season Are _. .

Asia Minor Societies Are Planning to BIG FRISCO 400-MILE GRIND Beginning to Report to Manager BESIDES STANDARD OIL CO.

Welcome Distinguished I WON BY FRENCH Molesworth for LARGE TOBACCO CO. IS

:' sins With Steam Up in Readiness to Convey Sultan Delegations I CAR TrainingThe ALARMED

,--onstantinople to Place of Safety-Once Through the With its slogan, "Our fiield is the latest arrivals in Orlando at
"'irrows the Turkish Fleet of 34 Vessels Remainsto United States; our dream a saloonless 'AVERAGE 571 1.2 MILES PER HOUR baseball headquarters is Coombs, sec-. JAPAN MAKES DEMANDS ON CHINA
ond baseman and outfielder combined.He
Be Disposed of Other War News land, a stainless flag, a sober people; I reached here Saturday afternoon.

to be attained through an enlightened, :I Bulletins of Race Received by Preceding him- by a few hours were I 'Big Business" in U. S. Fears

:Feb. 28.-1 A. M.-Forty British and fourteen French I an aroused and a crystallized public W. W. Wright for the '! Long Arthur Johnson, the tallest man I Interests in China MayBe

.including some of the most powerful dreadnaughts of opinion the Flying Squadron of Benefit of Orlando in the Southern League, and one of Affected by

:'f fleets, today roared and battered their way fourteen America, composed of speakers of national the tallest in baseball. With John- I
PublicSan third base- I Japanese
tie! Dardanelles, and that is one-third of the way through importance, comes to Orlando son came ,
men recently purchased'from the St.
t tic of the Hellespont. tomorrow for a series of six meetingsin Francisco, Feb. 27.-Darius Louis Browns. I Washington, Feb. 27. "Big Busi-

through the straits, and Constantinople lies less than continuation of its nation-wide Resta, of London, England, driving a The total number of ball playersnow ness" in the United States is beginning -

TJ away. campaign for a national prohibition I I Peugeot, a French car, today won the I in town working out under the to manifest interest in the demands -

*;ships are now ready to begin the bombardment of the amendment.All international Grand Prize Cup cover- management of Carleton Molesworth, I' which Japan has made on Chi-
the meetings will be held in the ing the 403.7 mile course in seven I the peer of Southern managers, is
.1 one mile wide strip Qf water which is the last big bar- : na. The Standard Oil company and
First Methodist church, at 2:30 and hours, seven minutes and 58 seconds. I twenty. Ten more men are expected
>i clear route to the Turkish capital. 7:30 o'clock on tomorrow, Tuesdayand Howard Wilcox, in a Stutz, second; Between now and Monday and this : one of the largest tobacco companies

,ady progress of the international fleet against the for- Wednesday, and the local com- Hughie Hughes, driving an Ono car, will complete the list. I. in the country are reported to have

,retofore regarded impregnable has caused a panic at mittee on arrangements, headed by third. I Friday and Saturday were spent ina made representations to the state department -

;,.. ;Inople, and with the fortresses of the capital negligible Mrs. J. M. Pedrick, is looking forwardto Of the thirty-one starters, fifteen general warming out process and : on that subject.
largely attended meetings. finished the race, run in a downpourof little real heavy work was done. i They said they fear that their in-
-t'the.Dardanelles'! passed, the city will be at the mercy of
: Daniel A. Poling, national Christian rain. Molesworth cautioned his charges and 'terests and other American interests
big guns. citizenship superintendent and presi- I In the fifth international Grand told them to hit the training trail ; in China may be seriously affected if

.,. trains are reported waiting in readiness to convey thed dent's associate of the United Societyof Prix at the Exposition Grounds, San slowly. Tossing the pill around two I Japan is permitted to assume controlfor

the members of the government to Asia Minor, and in Christian Endeavor and Dr. Chas.M. Francisco, a Peugeot car won first:hours in the morning and followingit which she is contending.

while the Russian Black sea fleet is trying to force the Sheldon, noted Congregational place in the 400-mile grind, makingthe up in the afternoon with a like dose i These corporations want to know

.s and approach Constantinople from the east.mbardmen clergyman and author of "In His distance in 7 hours, 7 minutes, 57 I is the schedule thus far. (what attitude the state department
Steps," will be the speakers of the seconds, an average of 57 1-2 miles The Barons will play their first : will maintain with respect to the demands -
\ of the forts the Asiatic side of the Bos-
on meetings tomorrow, they having as per hour. W. W. Wright of Orlando game! on March 4, when theyjourney 1 of Japan. If there is any like-
is already been started. soloist Daniel V. Poling, regarded as 'received special telegram service and to Winter Park to take on the Rollins lihood of the administration not

.'t mbardment of the narrows' fortifications is expected to one of the leading baritones of the the Orlando public was posted on the Collegians. The real big opening, standing firm for the maintenance of

!hin the next tventy-four< hours. These fortifications are Pacific slope. William Lowell Patton, ( race. I however, will be staged here in Or- the "open door"_ policy they want to

$ ickbone of the entire plan of of Oregon, will be the pianist. I!I Following are brief bulletins of the lando, when, on March 10, the Barons .be advised in advance. They fear it

::c .nelles works, He narrow I Brief race: I will tackle the Philadelphia Nationals, may mean a blight to the trade which
; Bulletins W. W. ROSE AGAIN SELLS "ALA Off 10:30 a. m. First Stutz, Cooper who are under the new manager, Pat has been built up with much pains
feeing guarded by twelve BAMA" ESTATE ; driver; second car Mercer, Ruckstell; Moran, who succeeds Red Dooin as and at great expense if this government -
,,.,' Ticked Off Wire third car DeLage. Newhouse driver;
on European side andre the Javanese
club. -
the pilot of the should acquiesce in
fourth car No. 29 Peugeot, Taylor; ,
l Asiatic side. |I At Late Hour When the "Alabama" estate, the fifth car Californian, Bragtr- program to gain for Japan a par-

:'on to them there are a long I II former home of Mr. W. C. Temple, 25th Lap-Peugeot, first; Stutz, PICNIC PARTY ENJOYS OUTING amount influence over Chinese affairs
was sold Saturday by Mr. Rose to Mr. second: Deusenberg, third; Mercer, '!
entrenchments AT RUSSELL'S POINT and policies.
i and earth- I fourth. Rain stopped but course in
$400,000 FIRE IN PEORIA Herbert Halverstadt. of
Pittsburg, I
-4th have to be taken by the I I.i
Peoria, ILL, Feb. 27.-The center of Pa., it represented the largest deal of 50th Lap-Peugeot first; Frank New York and New Jersey Associations VALUABLE PROPERTY TO BE'
rties. Once through the this city was late today destroyed by improved city property sold in this Young's Ono. second; Duesenburg, Play Hostess to Pennsylvanians I SOLD AT AUCTION
third Stutz, fourth Mercer, fifth.
jie Turkish fleet of 34 ves- fire starting in an old seven story Y. section of Florida in twenty years, 75th: ; Lap-Peugeot; first; Frank -Fine Program MONDAYThe
*ins to .be disposed of. The M. C. A. building, causing a loss estimated and as this is the second time Mr. 'I Young's Ono. second; Stutz, third; I -:....-
at $400,000. Rose has sold this property in four Maxwell, fourth; Stutz, fifth. Rain- American Realty Auction company -
ipposed to be waiting atmeads. The New York and New Jersey Association I
months, it reflects credit ing.hard, dangerous. N. C. will hold
great upon of Greensboro, ,
I I Finish-First car Peugeot, 9 Resta with members of the Penn-
SAWYER RACING BILL PASSED him as a wide-awake real estate man. I'wins; time, 7:07:57; average speed sylvania Association as invited guests, I one of the biggest auction sales of
I BY ARKANSAS SENATE Mr. Halverstadt the new purchaserof 57 1-2 miles per hour. Second car, most delightul all-day pic- i I the season here on Monday, March 1,

BULLETIN I Little Rock, Ark.. Feb. .-The this magnificent estate, had not I I, Stutz, 26 Wilcox 55 1-4; time miles, 7:14:36; average hour.i -. enjoyed nic yesterday a on the shores of Lake {when they offer for sale the valuable
: td. Feb. 27.-An official Sa'ei the least idea of investing in Florida ,, speed, per of Dr. J. C. Howell, on Gorei
racing bill, authorizing the 'I i Third car Frank Young's Ono, 28 Ivanhoe at Russell's Point. A boun- i I property
:**ued tonight states that the commission and property until he was shown the "Al- i It consists of twenty lots on
I pari mutuel betting, i.i Hughes: : time, 7:21:48; average speed tiful dinner for the large crowd in avenue.
hate recaptured Przasnjsz"Jrmans was passed today by the senate. Be- abama" by Mr. Rose, but having seen 54 1-4 miles per hour. Fourth car served and an excel- the Pine Castle road, elegantly located

are on the defensive I cause the senate added an amendment this lovely place, with its large grove I. Fifth Simplex car, ,12 Stutz Disbrow 5 Anderson; time 7:31:38.; time, lent attendance program was consisting of addressesand : for residential property of a high
the front.
J.u exempting thirty-five Bounties from of choice fruits the elegant residence!' 7:34:51. There is some doubt about talks helped in entertaining those I class. It was formerly the property
the provisions of the bill the measure completely furnished, and many other the last wo cars until final checking in the festivities. I lof Frances E. Ross, and has been cut
4 LOTS BOUGHT BY ORLANDO I I was rushed back to the house for con- I buildings, such as superintendent'scottage of races. Finished in drizzling rain. .participating The committee who had the day's 1 in lots of splendid building size. It

PEOPLE currence. servants' annex, gas plant, I 'I outing in charge included Messrs. R. j is orange grove property, and has

I refrector, garage, barns, water systems -''I CHICAGO PASTOR TO PREACH II. Hopkins, A. Eaton and N. B. Pratt. been beautified under the direction of
lith Real Estate companyale !i NO EXTRA SESSION CONGRESS I and the superb grounds cov- ; AT FIRST PRESBYTERIAN About three hundered were present. Mr. II. P. Fields, the sales manager.

of lots at Apopka, dis- j i Washington, Feb. 27.-President ered with lawns and many varietiesof I I I CHURCH TONIGHT I The following program was rendered The trees about the grounds have
1 quite a number of lots, and I! Wilson virtually has decided not Ot flowers and shrubbery, all over- i and in addition thereto Dr. E. I been whitewashed, and present a pretty -
rom the meager information 'call a special sesion of the senate to looking beautiful Lake Maitland, he ,I Rev. William C. Covert, pastor of I T. Poulson made a very pleasant talk: j appearance. The location is an
,,do gentlemen decided all have who have been the First Presbyterian church of Chi- and the lots expected
were among i consider the Colombian and Nicara- as Reading, The Organ Builder, Mrs.A. !i ideal one, are
buyers. lion. Sam S. Grif- (, guan treaties. At the White House fortunate enough to have visited it, cago, will preach at the Presbyterian I Eaton. Ito I( pass rapidly when the sale is put
:ased fourteen lots, while that he had found an earthly church this evening. Dr. Covert is I .
i! today it was said thatw hile the ques- para- Poem, Mrs. O. C. Nickson.
N. Bradshaw became the tion still was under consideration dise; and being a man of taste, means spending a short vacation in Florida I Reading, When the Boy Came !on.Valuable prizes will be given awav

five more. Mr. James A. ; there was little prospect of as pecial and business ability, was not long in and is at the Seminole Inn, Winter !Home, Mr. II. E. Butler. to every one attending the sale, anJ
_3 also the Orlandoit his mind it. Park for few Besides serv- I furnished by
among session. making up to buy : a days. Song, as sung in 1800, Mrs. Sears. ragtime music will be
it is not charged that hem Mr. Halverstadt is now in truth the ing as pastor of one of the largest Paper on New York, Miss Edith I the band. It will be made a time of

interested speculator ont ; PROMINENT POLITICIAN DIED possessor of the show place ojf this churches in the country he has writ- Thompson. pleasure as well as of business.

.ion. The sale was largely | OF PNEUMONIA' 'ertile state, and with his businessand etn several very popular books. He Music by Miss 'Mildred Bryce and
people from Ocoee, Winter financial ability, this handsome will be especially pleased to have a DATE COUNTRY CLUB DANCE.
N. c. Feb.
Raleigh, 27.-Emory R. Mr. Clifford Worthley.
Oakland, and from many | property will be further improved, large attendance of young people at CHANGED
Wotten, a speaker in the house of Poem, Mrs. P. S. Carl.A .
,its, being present. Some ofs and there is no fear of its losing the the service this evening. _____ '"'"
died this afternoon of
visited the great Wekiwa : serious reputation it now has, of being one of Because of conflicting social affairs
pneumonia, following injuries DESERVED PROMOTIONMr.
and were again enthused i sustained in an auto accident. the beauty spots of Florida, and the DEATH OF DR. TULLDr. the Country Club dance scheduled for
possibilities of a wonderful I i entire South. Mr. Halverstadt and Tull's' many friends will be Tuesday night has been changed to

that place. i KILL SUBSTITUTE CHILD LABOR family already have taken possessionand grieved to hear of his death, which M. G. Empie one of the effi- :Monday night, March 1.

: BILL they expect to make this their occurred at his home in Waynesville, cient and accommodating operatorsin

permanent home. They have as their X. C, Thursday morning at 3 o'clock, the Western"Union Telegraph officein
ER AND SUICIDE I Raleigh, N C.. Feb. 27.-The senate guests Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Andrews, February 25, after a short illness, this city has been tendered the SIGNS CHILD LABOR BILL

this afternoon killed Nash's sub- parents of Mrs. Halverstadt, and Hon.E. from pneumonia. Dr. and Mrs. Tull management of the Tampa office and
I stitute for the Wevars child labor W. Moore, Mr. Halverstadt's private spent the winter here two years ago I expects to leave for his new field the
Farmer Kills His Wifeh bill and then laid the original on the attorney, all of whom are and he had charge of the Abernethy first of next week. Mr. Fred Warde, I Alabama Governor Signs Bill
table. charmed with this made friends in 'who has been manager for the Western -
Hatchet and Then lovely spot. drug store and many Yesterday and Becomes
Mr. Rose is to be complimented Orlando. I'i Union in that city, has resigned Next
;fangs Himself in I' Effective
V1LLISTAS DEFEATED utxm his ability to successfully han- :to accept a more remunerative posi-

Louisiana Washington, Feb. 27.-The Car- dle such large propositions as this, PASSED CREDITABLE INSPECTION tion, with the Tampa Board of Trade. Year

ranza forces defeated the Villistas at and while a young man in years, his The patrons of the office in this
He, La.. Feb. 27. Mrs. A. I Ala, Feb. 27.-The
Tambuca in a decisive engagement unswerving honesty, and wonderful Capt. L. L. Gray, of the United I'i city will miss "Guy," as his many Montgomery,
bill signed
wife of a wealthy farmer, yesterday, the constitutionalist agency energy have won for him the Confidence States army, and Major H. M. Snow, :friends call him. He is one of Or- Weakley child labor was and is
d dead in bed this afternoon
near to- here announced today. and esteem of all with whomhe of the National Guard, St. Augustine, ;lando's exemplary young men, and by'the governor'
three hatchet wounds upont has had business dealings. Such arrived in Orlando Friday afternoonand I I the Sentinel commends him to the now a law. It prohibit the employ-

men help' to build up cities by bring- inspected Company C, F. S. T., I people of Tampa. ment of children under. 14 years of
was later found near theh in any gainful occupation
ing such splendid people as the Hal- better known as the Orlando Rifles. age
broken Mobile Ala., Feb. 27.-Robbers :?and the employmentof
a rope near by. en- October Jjtt5
verstadts as permanent residents.The The inspection was rigid and the com- GOV. BOYLE SIGNS BILL
tered the postoffice and the store of
elieved to be a case of mur- children under 13 in any gain-
the Gonzales Trading company early new owner of "Alabama" is to mand, under Capt. E. C. Moore, came I any
suicide but occupation before October 1, 1916.
the case is not this morning at Gonzales, Florida, be congratulated upon his possessionof out with flying colors. ': Carson City, Nev.. Feb. 27.-GOT. ful ,
known. and got $150 in stamps, over $15 in this beautiful home site in the Boyle today signed the horse racing .
little children and infant small change, and aquantity of mer- the parim utuels system
an bill under New books in that 50 cent library
eside the woman were un- chandise. The robbers wer ediscov- midst of fairy land, and the people of TIlE WEATHER recently passed by the legislature, the New lines in Crane's sta ,.
ered bya citizen but beat a hasty retreat Winter Park in securing such citi- Florida: Local rains Sunday and measure becoming effective imme- edition.
before help arrived. zens. Monday, except- fair in extreme south. diately. tionery. Curtis & O'NeaLLTHE

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KEYSTONE HOTELCorner MYSTERYJIOISES. BookButtered. ; Seeds Seeds Seeds '

Of Unknown Origin. They Sound i I
and Church Streets

Splendid service. Excellent rooms. Hot and cold water. One of the best Like Muffled Thunder. I NEW STORE
cooks in the slate Rates 7.50 per week and up. Special rates to parties Always fond of a practical joke. Lord
wishing table board. Charles Bersford tells in his "Memoirs' -
: W. G. DUNCAN, Prop. COMMON IN THE .OLD WORLD. of an occasion when he and his NEW SEEDSSweet
friend Vyner entered the grand dimns
room of one of London's swell hotels
ROSSMORE INNWindermere These Curious Boomings. That Puzzle where two men were engaged: In a Corn, Field Corn, Peas, Beans, Etc. We
Science. Times From
Heard at Aus-
heated ar'UllJentThere ; : guarantee our seeds to be fresh.Don't
tralia to Ireland Are Akin to the wa.* iu the great room a side-

"Moodus Noises" of Connecticut.It l IxKird. and a dish filled with pats of
This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric butter stood on be disappointed, come to us for Drugs

lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with is a hot and tranquil summer aft- the t'nJt it. 1 and Garden Seed.City .

Lath. Located on Lake Batler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish- enxHiu on the lelgiau coat in time of I I.jookt..t i up a pat
(I'a.e.tr.lIiu:: ;.; along: ; the shore you
jng. Rates $12.00 week and <>f butter on the
per up. Special rates to parties. Phone 101!}.
are Martled uy a uiuttied detonation end of
I ? a pencil
I that Mflujj to come troiu oiuehere .,-- and told Vyner '
I far out at sea.: Can it be thunder? that
if he
The Osceola Pocono Manor Inn There is not a cloud in the sky. and i'- came outside would 1 Drug* Store"A

you reuieiiilx that thunder is rarely would throw the ,
Orlando, Florida Pocono Manor\ Pa audible at a greater distance than l peat of butter to i
fifteen mileA man-of-war at target a surprising dis- GOOD DRUG STORE."

J.T. HUT LEYMANAGER practh-e I'rhapr-far: in the oiling At -tanoe.

this |n.mt jour Belgian friend ex "Why :po: outside J. T,. DEAN Ph.G.
plainsIt \va* the "mi>tiwn'er.| tie ?* said l he. ,

say, and a Mgu that the weather will t V 'Why not take a 1111I1III IIIIII . I . II J I III11II11II11111 0 1111111.
continue fair. shot at those two ..
GROVE"-OX LAKE APOPKA lint what it the mL-tpoeffer? If youcan fellows! whore

FOR TilE BEST FISHING answer that question you can also BEADY FOB FIGHT arsuin; so busily
On main country road, four miles east of Clermont and three miles west of e\I'Iliu the mysterious:: I'jrisal puns of over there?'
Ookland; 16 miles west of Orlando at Bear's Itidi.i iBarisal is tae name of a town -"And so I will. said I. WRIGHT
Gap Station, T. & G. R. R. SEED CO.We
Parking place for Autos. Fine Pier and Pavilion and Picnic Grounds. in the <:antes: deltawhich have puzzled The pat of butter described<< a beautiful I .
Trips scieutilH- men for half a ceutur yellow parabola at high; speed
to wonderful "Boiling Springs." Steel Motor and Row Boats, well equipped, You can explain also the strange mm and lighted; ui>on the eye of one of the the
for hire. Agents for Ferro Motors and Mullin's Steel Boats. bongs that in certain (parts of Italyeem disputants. The impact doubled him I carry Largest Stock of Seed in

Oakland Office with T. Connell, Grocer. Telephone at residence, "Collier *- to come from nowhere in par i up, and he thought that the other man Orange County. Agents for the Celebrated -
Grove," call Monte Verde. Pavilion on pier. Can be engaged for ticular and are known to the pea<: had hit him. and he was ready for
purposes. under forty or more teal names aDtI'3"I'I', fisht. Drawinz his right fist back I National Guano Fertilizers

desert sound of the Australian! very slowly and carefully he struck I
-- -- --- -- -- -- --- ness, the -water guns of Lough Xeagh I his friend full on the point of the no>e i'I 206 So. Orange Ave. I'
in Ireland I and the aerial detonationsthat The next moment they were both rolling -
ATTENTION! o.x-a ioually startle Californians on the floor fighting like cats. :My I
during the warm season. companion and 1 were laughing so
_ Hre Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando For example in September, 1800 to much that we -ouIdnt separate them,

Prepared by our New York Cook I quote the Santa Rosa Republican "a and they tinally had to gn to bed for a

tremendous explosion( presumably in week to recover: themselves: of their t:1J1TthII: [ AN ADDED JOY
100 Rooms Bath, Steam Heat. $1.00 the air occurred near Cazadero. It wounds.
was! heard by the dwellers of the

mountain region over an area of IRA The Inspiration. To the letters
Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water square miles.*' Whene'er a noble deed is wrought.Whene'er r >: you receive -
is spoken a noble thought.
All noises of this kind resembling Our hearts in glad surpriseTo if they are written
EMPIRE thunder. but not traceable to that or higher levels rise.
HOTEL on stationery that is of
any other known agency, are now geu
The tidal wave of deeper souls
erally called: in scientific literature Into our inmost being rolls -
54 Light Housekeeping Rooms brontidi a name first used by Professor And lifts us unawares quality correct I
TIt Alippi. who has made: a special Out of all meaner cares. shape.

study of these phenomena In Honor to those whose words or deeds
Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round Italy. Thus helps us in our daily needs HIGHLAND LINEN
European Plan Rooms The -Moodtm noises" familiar to old And by their overflow -i 15
Single and en Suite Raises us from what is low I ; fills
residents of Moodus and East Had -Longfellow.A every requirementof
dam. Coun..lrprubably: kindred phe I
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noinena. ant.ugh; they seem to be Doubtful Compliment. exacting

-=,;-. ,,- ..-=---,< somewhat more definitely associated London Ronald the noted musician I' customer because it is
with subterranean earth shocks<< than fells the following story about himself:

are typical hrontSdi. and the same maybe -I went into my club one day. looked I f "CRANE'quality.. '
I said of the KouETre; of Unlti. which Into the reading; room and saw a great .mrr )'

at least In some l"JSt's-ls easily recognized friend of mine talking to one of the IIJIIIILLi1A1INtW!! w S. Branch
as of subterranean origin. ugliest men I bare ever seen in my .

Although systematic investigationsof life. My friend called me over and.
brontidi are of recent date occurrences much to my regret as 1 dislike ugly l1HmJIEOO! ] THE ME BOOK AND MUSIC STORE )

of the phenomena have been recorded things; in life introduced me to the ",

front early times. Lord Bacon man in question. lie turned out to be ----- ------ --- ---- -
mentions "an extraordinary noise in quite a decent fellow and paid me the
THE ARCADE HOTELJ. the sky when there is no thunder" usual silly compliments which all professionals
and similar sounds were known to receive. 1 conversed with
Priced For Reasons
Special Special
B. MAGRUDER, Jr., Prop. numboldt and Bousgln olt. Captain him about live minutes and when 1

Sturt a pioneer explorer of Australia i had had enough he reiterated the statement IN ORDER THAT I MAY GO NORTH TO MY BUSINESS
First Class Restaurant Livery and Autosin wrote In liCU: that he was delighted to have
A good 6-room house 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800
"About 3 of Feb. 7 the I met of admirers ,
a m. (during me, being; one my greatest -
Building in Connections full bearing Orange Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two
Australian summer Mr. Hume and I and added. 'In any case, Mr.
I blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addi-
Orlando, Fla. were occupied tracing the chart upon Ronald. I was most anxious to know tion to making a home this property will make a yearly return on
the ground. The day bad been remarkably I you because' 1 am always being mis- the investment of from"10 to 25 per cent, according to crop and
-- - - tine. There was not a cloudin I taken for your '"London Globe. market conditions price 8500.00; also

the heavens nor a breath of air. to My Residence Property in Winter Park, 12-room, New Modern
r be felt. On a sudden we beard.whlt Not In His Line. dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front 20 acres of
seemed to be the report of a gun fire 1 Sir Donald Mann has no time to land highly improved, 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigated
ORLANDO ROOFINGAND at the distance of between five and MS' spare as a reporter who went to see jrarden. Property is close in, well located, close to the new
miles It W:'" not the hollow sound of him found to his cost. There was Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough for
the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale $16-
an earthly expioMon or the sharp oraokling some talk of a railroad line to run I
500 and will give possession in 30 days.
of north from Toronto to junction with
noise falling timber but in a
To anagent that sells the above described property for me I
SHEET METAL CO. every way resembled the discharge:: of I I I the Grand Trunk at North bay. After
will pay a commission of Five per cent, reserving the right to list
a heavy piece of ordnance. Sir Donald had been talking for some
-- ---- -- -- -- - -- "No one was certain whence the little time the reporter said. -By the the property at will or to sell it myself.RTX .
sodnd proceeded. Itotb Mr. Hume and bye. Sir Donald where is North bay?"

Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos, myself thought it came from the north Sir Donald looked at the newspaperman. I IP. JSTKKZ JvL
west. I sent of the tree Then he looked toward the door.
: one men up a
and Rubber RoofingsCornices but be could observe nothing unusual "I'm not here to teach reporters geog--
The country round him appeared equally I raphy" he aid.-Aron:1ut.:: Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest placestMMMtMttMMMiitM

Skylights. Heating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings flat on all sides and thickly wooded :
A Joke Offenbach.
xvnatever occasioned the report. it on
made a strong impression on all of us. Offenbach the famous opera bouffe
and to this day such sound in such composer. had an insatiable thirst for
Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO a a and fame combined with . . . . . . . . . . MM ti
situation is a matter of mystery to success a
me." vanity that occasionally played him a '
Science has not fully solved the mystery sorry trick. Once he was going down
of brontidi. but It can hardly be the Rhine on a steamer among whose REAL ESTATEs
doubted that thf'.origin:: of these sound passengers was the Duke of Nassau,
is really subterranean. From a focus a fact of which the composer was in

far underground the jar of settling blissful ignorance. As the steamer approached -

II I r,, ,ill'a tI rocks sends vibrations to the surfacenot its last stopping; place the --
I bank of the river was seen' to be covered -
at one spot but over a wide area
Then it the overlying air Is calm and by a dense throng of people who I '
: We d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate
homogeneous: it also is set In vibration were shouting:: and waving their batsA buy ;
and if the, vibrations are of the rlzLr band on the pier was playing a :
period to be audible tile result' is a march from one of'Offenbach's operas. If you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call

i booming sound of altogether: Indefinite As the boat touched the pier Offenbach
location. It is simply "in the air."- stepped to the rail and bowed and : and talk your wishes over with us.
louth's Companion. waved his hat to the peoPle in acknowledgment :
; of this flattering ovation. The manager of this firm has had years of exper-

0 V I t tj French Officers Made Thrifty. "It is glorious! to be received In a foreign :
The French army ottu-er has to be land like this!" he remarked to 'I ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a

a thrifty man to make ends meet on his companions.But :
his salary of a very few francs a day his self complacency received ai million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last,
and borrowing or running into debtis rude shock the next instant" when the

j an offense against:: military: law. An duke's adjutant appeared and said in : two years.
y b officer convicted of debt is subtendedby a rough and unfeeling manner:
the war office! for three years and "Get out of the way will you and We are well posted on the values of all classes and!
t. .r t.. '4 at tbe end of that time his reinstatement let Ms highness;: show himself*
or dismissal:, !! from tbe service is kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us alH
decided by a kind of court martial. Eager to Save.
J comprising:: five officers of his corps. There is an old north of England; bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real
? r Sii; < one of them of his own rank. miser who is very wealthy and who

(&J& .Je *$ on rare occasions will make a generous Estate Bargains. ,
I i 3 *' *jijX V a > | vj j | Antiquity of Tin. :gift: to some charity. His stock of '

We find that brass and consequently linen it is said consists of two shirts
I j1d- tin. existed in Tyre. the great seaport Ha of coarse, wears one while the : .
town of tbe Phoenicians" on the const other is being; washed. On one occasion ,
of Syria about llWIO B. C. They are be said to the laundress. think I
Nothing you can buy is so important as your medicines. Your frequently; referred to in all work: renting fonrpence i is rather too much for washing .I WARING REAL ESTATE LOMPANYR. i
health and very life sometimes depends upon the purity and : to tin or to Cornwall. The Phoenicians ; and ironing" my shirt. Can't you f :
were merchants and carried or. charge less? s'
of the take.
proper strength drugs you
an important trade from the ports of "No. sir." replied the laundress. I : J
When get your drugs from us get them and
you you
pure Tyre and Sidou. These cities rivaled "Fourpence is my charge. and. you D. WARING, Manager *
fresh; our beautifiers are harmless. each other iu magnitude fame and an see. I have a long; way to come for :

Buy all your drug store things from us all the year 'round tiquity. your shirt and then I deliver it when I Rooms! 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 631 .
and you will never go anywhere else for them.MTERLIL'S It Is washed." : :
What I want to try to do Is to judge: "Ah, to be sure: Now. how much 1115tfte' *
PHARMACYTILE my fellow Human being as kindly as I less would you charge If I changed : .
do my dog.-Gerald Stanley Lee. shirt at placer I'
REXALL STORE lay your :IMIIiiMMIHMMMMM . . . . t9 t 6.OT 917

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MQNr: v MAR: 1st 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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At The ChurchesFIRST speakers each day A three day's uni- Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. I FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev. 10:30 a. m., 1st and 3rd Sundays,
versity course for thinkers. splendid Morning prayer and sermon, 11. I Jno. W. Stagg, D. D, pastor. morning prayer, litany and sermon; Dr. S. S. Jones
music furnished by the "squadron" at Evening prayer; and sermon, 7:30.UXITATtlAX Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R. 2nd and 4th Sundays, Holy Communion -
each service. -0-- I O'Neal, superintendent.Men's and sermon.
METHODIST CIIURCII - : CHURCH Bible class at 9:45, in audito- 3 p. m., Sunday school and cate- CHIROPRACTOR
(Corner Main and Jackson Sts.) FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHAt (Corner Central Ave. and \\est Sts.) rium. chism. graduate Davenport College, 17 and
John B. Ley, pastor. ( the Grand) Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon minister. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 7:30 p. m., evening prayer and ser- 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone
Bible school, 9:45 to 10:55; C. E. Sunday school at 9:45: subject, I Morning sermon, "God and Man in mon. 209. Intelligent people everywhereare
Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D.,
Howard, superintendent. Organizedclass "The Story of the Garden of Eden." Contrast." -0CIIRlSTLX being restored to health by chiro-
work, efficient teachers. Fine pastor.Mr. Rev. Lewis G. Wilson, of Evening "Fulfillments." ALLIANCE
.Samuel;; A. Newell superintendent secretary I sermon practic adjustments, the new scienceof
music. Visitor's Bible class. Wel of the Sunday school. the American Unitarian Association, I Young People's Society at 6:30; (22 West Pine St.) removing the cause of disease. Examination -
come. will 11 o'clock. I :Mr. Blackman, D. E. Bedinger,
speak at ] Worthington presi- pastor. free. 12-24-lmo
school at 9:45 Themen's
Preaching, 11 a. m. and 7:30 m., Sunday a. m. I I!
p. Table 7:30 dent. school, 2:30
by the pastor. Baraca class will meet in the The Round at p. m. Sunday p. m. ____ __ __ __ ___ _
Unity Circle on Wednesday after- |!I I Payer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 Preaching, 3:30 and 7:30 p. m. n
new parlors in the basement of the
Subjects: morning "A Lenten Mes ,
for discussion, "The !!
noon; subject I p. m.
sage." Evening, "True Gentleness," new church. Entrance from Main -FRIENDS PHONE 646
and visitors most SOCIETY :
Best Way to Keep Sunday. ]I j Strangers cordially -
in street. All not in other schoolsare
suggested with the men
consonance observance -
welcomed. Seats .free. Members of the Society of Friendsand
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of Lincoln heartily invited to visit this class AUTO FOR HIRE
and Washington's I Mr. Forrest Carr, choir di- others cordially invited to
Dabney are
} birthdays. Public cordially invited. today. Mr. Lloyd S. Tenny is the I I .
Members of the church Reception I teacher. Sunday school at 9:45; a. m. rector; Miss Roberta Branch, organ- attend divine worship at 420 South FIRST CLASS REPAIRING-
committees, ushers expected., free seats-, Public worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30p. Services at 11 a. m.; subject "Christ I ist. Orange avenue at 11 a. m., Sunday.
Good old fashioned congregational m., with the pasotr in charge. Jesus." -0- BARNARD & SON
singing, to which is added some beau- Morning subject, "The Nature and Wednesday evening service at 7:45.; I WINTER: PARK BAPTIST CHURCH DoctorsBiichiuastcr
tiful selections by v.he choir. At the Signs of Christian Growth." Third floor corner South Orange Sunday morning the pastor Rev.C. 17 Hughey Street Orlando FIa.
evening service Miss Clarke will singas Evening sermon, "How Men Be- avenue and Church street. Entranceon T. Douglass, will preach on the 12-10-lm
an offertory, "T e Earth Is the haved While the Word's Tragedy Was Church street. theme, "A Vision of Tomorrow, the & Bniiidagc' 4
Lord's." Next Sunoay night, song Being Enacted." On Tuesday evening, March 2, at Inspiration of Today." I
recital. B. Y. P. U. meeting at 6:30 p. m.; 8 o'clock, there will be a free lecture In the evening the subject will b" OSTEOPATHS
- Mr. Eugene Reid, president. on Christian Science at the Lucerne "The Young Woman for the Times,
The Flying Squadroi Program All seats are free and the publicis !theatre by Bicknell Young, C. S. B. or Some Things I Would Do If I Werea Personal instruction under Dr. Still D. K. DavidsonGOLF
First Methodist churth. Monday, I cordially invited to worship withus. The public is cordially invited.0CATHOLICC Young Woman." at Kirksville, Mo.
-0-- Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. INSTRUCTOR _
2:30 and 7:30 m.
p. 6:45.A Hours, 9 to 12; 1 to 5; Evenings by
Young People's meeting at
2:30 ,
Tuesday p. m. Fist Presby- -- CHURCHSecond .
' terian church; 7:30 p. m., first Methodist ST. LURE'S CATHEDRALThe Sunday of Lent. cordial welcome for all. appointment. Orlando Country Club
church; Wednesday, t30 p. m. Very Rev. II. R. Remsen, dean. Sunday school at 9 a. m. -0-- 132 S. Orange Ave., above Peoples
f W.. and 7:30 p. m., First Presbyterianchurch. Second Sunday in Lent. Mass and sermon at 10 a. m. ST. JOHN'S: CIIURCII (Colored) National Bank. Phone 578. Telephone No. 249.
Change of program and Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m. No evening services. (Terry and Pine Sts.)
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The Sale With a Reason t

The tact that I am closing out my entire business, is sufficient reason i ito

attract the buyers who are looking for staple goods. .1 am not selling !

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

i 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 _I

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


you today.?

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DAILY MR CHENEY MAKES STATEMENTIt Manager Harry Driver of the Hills- Completely Furnished ..

boro hotel is seriously ill in his room
South Florida SentinelMORNING
has come to me from many in the hotel He was a very sick man
AND WEEKLY sources that it is being generally reported this morning but is reported to be Home Including a
GLENN .. ............Editor
W. M.
W. C. ESSINGTON noon.."....B..i.... Manager that I am going to contest the somewhat improved. this afternoon.- .
;assessments for brick paving made Tampa Times. Fine Piano .
Entered at the pmtofficc at Orlando. Flor I the of ,
ida. as Second CU Mail Matter. by City Orlando against my
and that of the Orlando
own property

Daily. 1 Year SUBSCRIPTION.............00..00.RATES 15.00 Water and Light company.I AT A GREAT BARGAIN '
t Daily. 6 Months .,.........00..00. 2.60 wish to deny any such intention.I Two Handsome "
S Months ... .............. 125Dally.
Daily.. 1 Month ....uu.................... .SWeekly. consider myself bound both legally Modern residence of nine

1 Year .......'::.:.:".'....... ti.0 and morally. I voted for the bonds Lake Front rooms and bath. Completely -
ALL, SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN and did all I could to get them au-
ADVANCETO thorized, knowing that such assess- furnished. Fine location
Grove and Home !
ADVERTISERS ments would be made, and I shall pay 'for rooming house. Largelot MEN: I
"C.f7 for dUplar and all other hand-oet the assessments. I have never had
_adYft'ti.l.w ">.t be .a. In at the basincu idea of them. PropertiesOne
any not paying Several and ser-
office .f the Sentinel not liter than 2 p. .. 77x225. Garage
the day before p bh*.li... This role applies parties have offered to employ me to
.. changes for contract adrertiiiiiKt it U contest their assessments and I have vants quarters. Beautifuloak
iBTariable and will be ctrirtly adhered to. DO YOU CONSIDER
refused as I consider it bad public shade trees and some a
Subscribe desirinir T"oe Sentinel discontinued -
should notify the o.Bce in writing on policy to attempt any contest that of them is the pret- APPEARANCES?
,the date of expiration otherwise it will be fruit. Owner will sacrifice at
will stand in the of our getting I
continued at the regular subscription rates way tiest lake front location in ,
until notice to stop is received. all the brick streets i Our :Men's: Furnishing Department is es-
we can.
Telephone Numb r ......... ............ tt the State of Florida, with only S/ooo. Terms half cash '
JOHN M. CHENEY. I tablished on high lines-lines that appeal J i"
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28. 1915. large acreage and a most and balance i, 2 and 3 years. to the men of discriminating tastes-to ..

NEED NO INTRODUCTIONThe modern dwelling.The I .
Business :\Ien-to: Professional :\len-to:
Next year will be Leap Year. .
-0-- Starnes Stock company, which other has a fine Cooper Atha men who take a pride in their personal

Garden making is the order'of the opens for a week's engagement on grove, with modern im- appearance, and to men who know values

day. Monday, needs no introduction to Or- provements and worthy of 114 South Orange Are. Ground Floor and are judges, keen judges of the differ-
o lando people. By past experiencethey Phone No. 311
any further improvementsdesired. ence between good and indifferent material -
The Barons are all gilt edge-no are known as one of the best
daisies, all dandies. tent shows on the road. The week's and workmanship.

-----0- showing consists of a variety of high These are high priced
attractions and will doubt We Stock Only the Best >
It is dangerous even in a ball room no properties, but they are
to train. attract a capacity house each night.
step on a moving
o The band, orchestra and vaudeville I both big bargains. VENEER CORES "

Some folks are talking about goingto features are of a high class. A full IN CLOTHING.
the World's Exposition. program-will be found in another portion $1.25 ;

a of the of band this paper concert giving and the the program I Per Strand Up I We believe we have the "Acme" of Tail- t ;
Janitor service at the state capitol programof I .
the week. S. G. Dolive & Son ored arts, in the well known manufacturers ,
in 1914 amounted o to $1,946.79. I I FIRE-PLACE OAK CHUNKS WOOD AND of A

When some people don't know which TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY I II I REAL ESTATENo. Orlando Wood YardB. HART SCHAFFNER AND MARX 1 g;

way to turn, they always turn back. I
--4'1 LOST-Hand bag containing pocket I 3 WEST PINE STREET W. Kingsley, Proprietor Our Spring styles are now in. The
Talk is cheap. If don't believeit book, money and keys, at Russell's I PINE STREET AND R. R. t pleasure is mutual when showing this fa- ,
Point, or returning from picnic. Second Floor Telephone 344 mous firm's productions.
see how much you can get for the er return to Sentinel. 9-30 1 1I
price of a shave. I i 1w
a LOST-Ladies' hunting case i ,
initials, J. D. Re- --- -- -- -------- I .I
"Little billet doux" are being sent watch, engraved _ I 44i .
turn to 420 South Orange avenue. :- ;
to property owners for "special privi- Reward. 2-28-lt* I i
leges" for paving.We I .

repeat that every dollar kept in STARNES STOCK CO. i iI .
this community, enriches just that '"
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much. Buy at home. Fred Jewell Director iI i : t

"National Lamon," Mr. Luzzi. I I II j Ii .> .,...
If you blow your neighbor's fire March, "American Director," by i i 1

don't complain if the sparks fly in Mr. Jewell. I I I t

your face is certainly a wise saw. Overture, "Sky Pilot." 1 { v4 F tDENS' !
o "Memphis Blues." Lake Eola and Eola Park .f

Orlando will soon be in the"world's March, "Triumph," by Mr. Jewell. I ..
class." Everybody is coming here to Overture, "Arcadia." r P
see the Barons and the Phillies clash. March, Selections. I i
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0 Orchestra, 8:15; P. M. i
Easter shopping is now on and bar- Remick's Hits. SHIRTSIn

gain hunters are daily scanning the Overture, "Superba" and "Choco : The time is now ripe for an investment in this par- j'
columns of the Sentinel for announce- late Soldier." I stocking the "Manhattan":: make"we

ments. Week's Program, Commencing Monday i simply voice the exclusive haberdashers -
ticular section of the city. Property well bought will be I .,
a Evening of New York. We carry identically the
An expert epicurean has recently Monday Call of the Woods." same designs and the newest effects that
absolutely certain of producing a profit. I have two or : '
discovered that it is dangerous to eat Tuesday-"La Belle Marie. are on exhibition there are with us here
fish that has been kept in cold stor- Wednesday "When Woman Loves"Thursday"The in silk, in Madras, in Percale 4 g
for three offerings which I can recommend as sure MONEYI I
age several months. We 'spec so. Stranger. AND PRICES ARE THE SAME i 1 .
o Friday-"The Man of the Honr."

Uneasy lies the head that wears Saturday-"The Cowboy and the MAKERS. it
the broken crown, says an exchange.To Lady." ...
which might be added, unhappyis Three Vaudeville Specials Between Call and let me show them to you. EcTMr !
the man with a crown with a hole Acts Every Night I t i '-!

in it. Admission, lOc and 20c I I :

1) This show will not commence until ,;
Purim, the day when the Jews 8:30. Those wishing to visit the y_ __ i '

feast, send gifts to one another, and Grand theatre will have ample timeto I

gifts to poor, falls upon February28th do so. '

today. It is generally observedby ; ;i ,5

all Jewish people. TURKEY DINNER S.Y.WAYInsurance :
-o -- 50<<<:x SUNDAY 50c. .
A new counterfeit twentydollargold i

certificate has been discoveredby Vegetable Soup and Real Estate Agent .
the secret service., If the aver- Mexican Salad Lettuce YOUR SHOESAre :
age newspaper man ever sets his op- Broiled White Fish I i _

tics on the genuine article, it will Roast Beef, Brown Gravy : PHONE 172 i j ji just as important as your dress, fre- .
remain a secret. Roast Turkey, Sage Dressing I I ji quently
more so.
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a Cranberry Sauce Giblet Gravy :
i Our New all in.Ve : -
Do not be surprised with the an- I jI Spring Styles are
nouncement when the state offers a Apple Charlotte I specialize in the new English lasts, they i 1

bonus for buzzards, some folks in Mashed Potatoes Spiced Yams I are interesting. 1 _
this section will turn hunters. But Creamed Onions Stringless Beans DRESS SHOES i
{., we've lived among 'em all these years i
and never ruffled a feather. Orange Ice Cream Cheese Patent Plain Toe, Button Cloth Top, I 1
Crackers I
y 0 Tea Coffee Pumps : .
"Bathing without a bathing! suit in I I I IIf STREET AND GENERAL WEAR : '

the waters surrounding the shores of " " " " " " " " ,, " " 11" " " " " " ., Patent Gun Metal and Tan Oxfords. ;
Brooklyn is lawful at night within ,

200 feet of a ferry public landing! or GOLF, TENNIS OR SPORT
bridge." Always held that the law $200 and
I $225
was a queer thing. Ho for Brooklyn! it so on Tan, Black, with Rubber Soles. i

I The very Eden-like innocence of the The new White Oxfords for Palm Beach ,. 1.

place commends it. And jet it has I L Suits are going to be extremely popular. .
icmanded that Billy Sunday come on to $500 or $550
up We can fit you iy j :
.. and uplift it.-New York Evening i ,: --

r MW IS THE TIME 0 I| Any price you want to pay for one of the choice -:'; ti f fI.

f Uncle Sam is waging! a relentless ,4 vr6

! war on the deadly housefly and in a THORNTON PARKLots.
late bulletin prepared by the department -
f of agriculture, valuable information -

f combating is given this deadly on the pest.best The means most of Terms easy if desired. Only reasonable re- \ \ DICKSON YES CO

,l fly effective, according way to of the exterminating bulletin, is the to strictions. 'Call at 905 E. Central Avenue, or ask i

F eradicate his breeding places. The dealer if these lots. i:
. to
breeding season of the fly begins in your you care see iXl

r :March: and continues throughout the IIIDEP ARTMENT I STORt
, spring and summer months. All dirt tlI r6
L should be removed from the prem-

. ises! stables cleaned and decaying t ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLAC

vegetables destroyed.The been called theundertaker's TAYLOR & THORNTON ; The Store of true service of never-failing cou
has rightly
I" fly traveling salesman, and I tesy, of fair dealing, of trust-worthy merit -
chandise, at right prices

:t:' in phoid addition bugs"to he his carries regular a line side of line"ty ol, i ill M ORLANDO. FLORIDirtIt ,,

tuberculosis, Asiatic cholera and other Proprietors J' l

disease germs. Now is the timE! !IIt

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t No. 119. Residence J telephone No. 2 4IAL GRANDTOMORROW T Open 2 p. m. THEATREl' _
Admission i(_< _.
: CALENDAR to Miss Ada Watson, of Cartcrsville lJ

;; 27th. 111. The ceremony was very quiet! MMilliniiiMMIillll
taking place at Gotha. The happy MONDAY'S PROGRAMRex. -J

;iAL CALENDAR couple left immediately for Tampa. "Helping Mother," with Phil-
-0- lip Smalley and Louis Weber. A page
.. ,-M arc h 6th. SATURDAY BRIDGE from life, in three parts.
Vaudeville. Albert and Rozella will brasscentral
today CLUB. ,..... *,' present for your approval their singing t-
s in all the churches. Miss Roumaine Clarke was the dancing and talking animated j
in midgets. This is from all other --
i class meets new charming hostess for the away s 1
Saturday '
acts. Don't fail to see it. -
onday Bridge Club in the parlors of the San Five and ten cents. eo fields of'0'

m Study class, Chapty Juan of hotel. There were four tables ./ 0,; WANT A WATCH ? -fame d
guests. The
; Miss Ethel' Icon jojable Mrs. Chas.games Smith were won very the en- "MARTIN CHUZZLEWIT" / of A Christian FREE LECTURE Science will on be the given subject by You can get a reliable time piece at any price you .'

Methodist church. dub prize, Mrs. Lege, the Bicknell Young, C. S. B-, member of choose to pay. You will find this a different kind of a i
guest prize, the board of lectureship of the Mother watch store where watches '
and Mrs. are regarded
jesday Thompson,"- the A ll : as staple ar>
consolation. Special Feature
St Church. First Church of Christ, Scientist -
tides and sold at the close
lound, Presbyterianis After the playing, a delicious lunch- Boston, Mass. The lecture will margin of staple goods. Fine
eon was served in the private complete: in two parts."SNAKESVILLE'S be given Tuesday evening, March 2, jewelry at moderate prices. .
Club; book review; dining at 8 o'clock in the Lucerne theatre.
I. I\es. room. Beautiful cut flowers and The public is cordially invited to at- ALLEN & CO. JEWELERS I
;e Club; Mrs. S. G. flame vine decorated the parlors. tend. 2-28-2t ,

is Card Club; Mrs. -0- Ib --- dJ
% hostess. K. E. SORORITY o= -III

idelssohn Club meet- LUNCHEON. LucerneTOMORROW

n lecture room. The Orlando members of the K. E. RISING
ce, Country Club.
'On, Methodist church. Sorority of Rollins College gave a c FOR FINISHING DOORS
dnesday luncheon at the San Juan on Satur- SONS"An AND WAINSCOTING '1 1

chelor Girls;" Miss day in compliment to three visiting We have the best stains and varnishes j

ub stess."t; Mrs. S. A. Robin-- K. E's-Mrs. Payne, of Jacksonville; Essany Comedy. A real manufactured. Do you doubt it' i i
Miss Margaret Drennen, of Big Stone : Well, seeing is believing. And the I "
Club; Mrs. Harrietis Gap, Va., and Mrs. Otto Grasse, of scream. t p way to see it is to put it on your j i

New York. Nearly the entire set who The Fifth Episode of the Great doors. If you don't say it's the best i
Card Club Mrs. W. 1
t is. ; were in the sorority the same year at material you ever used for the money, 1 i
. Rollins are in Orlando at this time Serial"RUNAWAY well stand the That's
-.. current events; Mrs. F expense. fair, ,
and a jolly reunion was held at this JUNE" isn't it?
New ,
Lucerne hotel. delightful luncheon. Beautiful pink
! -Methodist church. carnations were used on the table, !I Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co 1
- "Nuff Sed"THREE
I t. afternoon. I around which were seated Mrs. F. A. -
,..- - I p ll;! 205 S. Orange Avenue .
iere" Club; Mrs. Irv- Curtis, honorary member, Mrs. LeRoy 1
Giles, Mrs. J. Merle McElroy, Mrs. COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261!
. el Kalem Comedy.
; talk, Tourist Head-
::: Fordney. W. M. Glenn, Mrs. W. C. Essington,
Scout lecture; Indian Mrs. Gray Rush, Mrs. James Magruder OTHER SPLENDID ---- l

Friday use Mrs. Davis Fishback Misses SOME SHOW PICTURES, INCLUDINGA I
Mary and Fannie Robinson, and Miss
'eption. evening dance, I I WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Ada Bumby, and the honorees. J

and Mrs. Ben Buxton, I HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA' "KEYSTONE KOMEDY"JFIVE hear this before? Let the Delicatessen' Man do it. '
0 Mr. and Mhs. Math- CIVIC LEAGUE New I !
Something new Something
V.Mrs. I
vests MEETING.The Try it. Ask Abou it. \
. I dance.. W. M. Leg .*. I Civic League held a regular Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for 1]
three or more
;aturdaylub monthly..'ness meeting on Satur- s
Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
: ; Mrs. Rogers, hos- day afternoon at the Chapter? House. REELS FOR THE SAME COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES j I j

Rev. Remsen addressed tL&" league 5 cents 10 cents POTATO SALAD I :

i mittee relative' was to public appointed charities.to confer A- cohu with:. ...... --" f J. R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'SBakery 'j

!.. Fort was hostess on I committees from other organizationson .... Phone 26
ing to the Entre Nousme the matter. Other business was
Lake Highland I disposed of. The new year books First Floor ________5c. and lOc.
on I Mr. R. F. Beardsley is expected to
quests were invited be-i I may be had by applying to the secretary arrive in Orlando today from San White Balcony ____5c. and lOc ,

ambers, Mrs. Chester I The next meeting will be the Francisco, Cal., to join his wife and Colored. Balcony ____5c. and lOc ; Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results
I election of officers. Every member is
James Magruder, Misss I son, Master Randolph, who are visit I
urged to attend.
Vida Miller. Miss ing Mrs. Beardsley's parents, Mr. and
guest prize and Miss |i, Mrs. II. M. Fraser, at their home on i'i
Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Reynolds, of ,
ib prize, dainty boxes the corner of Church and Liberty ?
Lexington, Ky.. left yesterday after-
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fs being given each
streets They will remain here for
erved her guests to I noon for St. Petersburg and other A. .
1 week or two before going to their ..,
points down the state for visits aftera *
sandwiches, and tea.LIEF home in New York city. --.
--0- pleasant stay in Orlando with their -
brother, Mr. D. E. Fishback, at the IAT Established 1886
Tremont hotel. It is probable that Tuesday, March 2 1915 on
at 8 p. rr --ZN
relief card party at the they will return here for another visit' will be given a free lecture on Chris-
before they leave Florida. tian Science. You are cordially invited -
yable.on Several groups ............s to attend. 2-28-2t CURTIS'tiO'NEAL

yed bridge, and som, / FREE LECTURE on Christian $ciMarc An itinerant violinist furnished i
social afternoon. Mrs. ence at the Lucerne theatre, mu- {.
2, at 8 p. m. The public is invited. sic and amusement yesterday on some I
chairman, assisted INSURANCE '
vas 2-28-2t LOANS-
of the principal thoroughfares of the _
Ford. Lovely nasturs city. lie offered prizes to the laziest \
s \\ used in decoratoom. I Mr. Frank E. Chase of Jacksonville '
and the best looking man in Orlando. '
Five o'clock teaL : died I REAL ESTATE \\ RENTALS
early Friday morning Votes were sold at so much per,and asa -
nice sum was netted' I I II
illness of four weeks. lie
an was it was not convenient to get one of f
fund. (factor in Jacksonville's developmentand the principal candidates for the first .
-- -- I: was active in her politcs. HeJ hour to remain until the finish, busi- \.\
J was at one time a member of the legislature ness calling him to Sanford, Mr. A. D..

I and was a delegate to the Arnold, the irrepressible clerk at the I I
evening about forty o f |Baltimore convention. He was borni San Juan: came near going in "sure I --1.UW'-YKICES---
society set enjoyed a i at Columbus, Ga., December 9, iS6 s. footed" on the good looks proposition.
;s and dancing at them I ___ The only handicap was his Gate City For Sa1MPARE

: North Orange avis eMr.. and Mrs. W. II. Brennaman, smile and "parasol."
were Clarence Ma- I who have spent the past three monthsI URNITURE

Nilliam Lewter. Ice I in Orlando, left yesterday for their House eight rooms. Lot 653 I
ke were served, after I home in Harrisburg, Pa. They will OSTEOPATHY *c quality of furniture that has,long

ople had frolicked to i stop en route at St. Augustine and iiowing furniture buyers as the
.ntent. I Jacksonville. This was their sixth DR. J. C. HOWELL $4500.00. A bargain. If an article is here it is good.

-- seasn in this city, and :Mr. Brenna- Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon I were it otherwise We ca '1 makeit .
I I man remarked to 'a Sentinel repre .. Kirksville Graduate : is one of the foundal on stones Pi'd
sentative that they expected to return Consultation Free I that means much to my buyer.M" '
riends of Mr. Herbert early next season and erect a home Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan

til be surprised to learne and perhaps move here bag and bag- HoteL -
Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 .. . .I..I "" '' r. & DAVIS BLOCK
on Friday afternoon gage. Let 'em come. Orlando Fla. ,

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At New Low Price; I

:J LLY-SPRINGFIELD GUARANTEES. j Establishing a New Standard of JUST TElL l lY:

o 6,000 MILES ON 3 AND 3'/2 INCH SMOOTH CASINGS I Size Plain Tread Casing Non-Skid C \

30 x 3 ___________$9.00 $ 9.45 i I
i 7,500. MILES ON 3 AND 3!/2 INCH KANT-SLIP CASINGS 30 x 3V _$11.60 12.20 :has been serving you fOi

5,000 MILES ON ALL OTHER SIZES SMOOTH CASINGS I 33 x 4 ________19.03: 20.00 1 jd its schedule, but leave

6,000 MILES:ON ALL OTHER SIZES KANT-SLIP CASINGS. 34 x1 _$19.40 20.35 5.

36 x 4V& ________$27.35: 28.70 '

Vhy not buy XX Casings with a guarantee worth while and have an endo 37 x ___________$32.30 33.90 TIME,i TABLE ,

tire troubles ,. $ If you pay more than Fisk Prices you pay for something. \ !r

We Have a Service Station !!

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Phillips & Sons' Orlando Auto Supply Co. San Juan Garage CorpanY

ist Pine St.
210 Souith Orange Ave J i

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nCUTPRICES imished.me 'or -- u, Lumber, Z, tt1i and Sliinsle&
ISENTINEWANT eager HO;r summer rental. ;3illsterns"reasonable. |V|
W. H. Eaoom I*A
Soul TO GET er, 215 South Main street, :an .e
4 Methodist church. Phone 99. .

a: STEADY CASH S 2-27-lmo

----, ......--....-. FOR SALE-Best for sale truck farm in Pros-
Este1d per Colony at a bargain if
+4 MDaily. sold in 60 days. Farm consists of 15
The Morning Sentinel Want acres of as good land as there is in
35 acres, rd and Orlandc Directory is the Greatest Want Orange county; 7 acres in cultivation; ORLANDO
DaU .. Brick Road Ad Medium in Orlando. all under fence; 6 room house auto
Daily and wagon sheds feed barn stables
Daily Terms Cash in Advance. corn crib and poultry house; crop and
5 Room House, close in. Easy' some farming toots go: with place.
Terms. RATES S. S. Bowman, Taft, Fla.
ALL' For One Day ______________25t 2-19-d&wk-lmo Cement Plaster and Perfection
..ot in Highland Grove. For Three Days ____________50c Royal Agatile Lime
For Six Days _____________The FOR SALE
Lots For One Month -___-_____$2. 0 Terms to Suit Purchaser
...J !, Concord Park Thi u t'eminole 25 words or less. If the ad con- in 5, 10, 20 or more acre: plots on
Park Lots tains more than 25 words the rate brick road to be built this year two -
to* will be one cent per word for miles from Orlando. Phone 1024, 4
Acerage, 3 miles out, easy each: additional word, for each: in- rings or white H. G. Jackson. R. F.D.
terms. sertion.If No.2, Orlando, for appointment.
-- you can't bring your ad to 2-14-lmo tw e9wftfbtKINGAID ;
We will do business on any of the office telephone No. 24. Ac- yur.
; the above. counts opened by telephone will be FOR SALE-On account of poor
payable the following day. health,the undersigned hereby offers
for sale at a bargain, his desirable
Every Home-Every Business property located at the corner of
ORlANDO REAL ESTATE CO. Every Man has use for a West street and Ridgewood avenue.
Sentinel Want Ad. This property is central in a first -
class neighborhood, and convenientto
Watkins Block PHONE 504 school, business, lake and park. Ella SNOWDENOrlando's
FOR SALE Owner will sell all, or part, cash or
terms. Property consists of nice new
-For FineWATCH FOR SALE-Studebaker touring car, bungalow, fronting on Ridgewoodavenue
30; 1910 model; in first class order. has six rooms and large
CLOCK and Address at once R. P. Pim Sentinel ceiled basement with flue, suitable for Largest and Cheapest
office. 2-2G-3t kitchen or laundry; lot 47x85 feet;
JEWELRY REPAIRINGcall house unfurnished. Price $2.100.
FOR SALE QUICK-Will sacrificetwo Also, nearly new, two-story six-
on C. VATER who nice lots, east side, close in; room cottage fronting on West street. FURNITURE HOUSECor.
f $250 for one, $450 for both; good rea- with shed and greenery; lot 46x117
is an expert at this trade son for selling. Address Box 659, feet; house partly furnished. Price
city. 3-2G-3tc $1,950.
with many years experience Also a beautiful connecting corner

FOR SALE-Horse, wagon, harness lot, 70x83; feet, fronting nn two Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
at_ Youngs RepairShop and buggy. A bargain if taken at streets, and graded for basement "
once. Will sell all together or sep- building. Price $1.000. For cash anda
Opp>Fost& Office; Pine StrcctOSTEOPATH arately if desired. Inquire J. F. Wat- quick sale owner wouW dispose of
: kins, No. 2 America street. all of the above, to one party, for
2-26-6tc 4300. E. N. COY. 2-2-lmoc

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FOR SALE-2 1-2 horse power enginefor FOR RENT j r
sale. 402 Gore avenue.

2-23-Gt FOR RENT-Smai: flat modern conveniences .
DI:. JOSEPHINE HARPER anfurnisLeJ. Jas. A.
Office corner Orange Avenue and cottage, seven rooms and bath, Knox. 11 3-tf
Church SU Davis & .McNeil Bldg.. modern conveniences, roomy porches Clearance Sale.Gas'Heaters
excellent condition. W. L. Tilden. NICE. LARGE FURNISHED ROOM
Phone 419.
2-23-tf to cdults: only. 409 Delaney street
OAK WOOD-On the lot, cut far
feet long, in lots to suit; or the ROOMS $3.50 PER WEEK-Large OF
EAT FIGSThey whole lot. Price right if taken at veranda, electric lights, hot and cold .
once. Chas. F. Nason, 700 W. Amelia water bath; in best part of Orlando.St. r
avenue. 2-23-6t James, corner of West and South
are good for your health. streets. 2-27-Ct
FOR SALE-Buick touring car, fully
We have figs in every way. equipped; speedcmeter Presto tank,
etc. A bargain. Act quick. Call at WAITEDWANTEDFor

STUFFED FIGSSELECTED Ford Garage, Church street. 212tfI .
M. E. S. S. orchestra, .
FIGS IN GLASS HAVE NO LOTS TO SELL at auc- players-violin, clarinet, viola,bass. --. AI
tion, nor any city lots outside of Call on or address A. A. Patch, at I I
the corporation, though I have some Peoples Nat. Bank. 2-27-Gt
JARS left which do wish
splendid building lots near Lake Eola, Having a few heaters we not to car-

FIGS IN BULKPRESERVED and they will be priced on their mer- WANTED-Good boy about 1*- -
its.sions.See II.the C. owner McDaniel.and save Phone commis-708. old.to carry papers. Aproff'ce. "'y 'at' i'' hrs: I ry through the coming summer we are going to close them

FIGS 2-26-lmo ;" ; 2-27-tf out during the month of March at the following prices: A '"1

FOR SALE-Rhode Island Red eggs !.. -One or two rooms for
for setting; fine stock; $1.00 for 13. vithin.wusekeeping light ; by two ladies,
Don't forget we are headquarters Mrs. Calder. Phone 708. 2-3-lmoc > _Ar walking distance of tow n. $8.50 Heaters for $6.80
I _\adress DeLaney Drug Co.
for Jams, Jellies and Pre- FOR SALE-A good city resides" 2-24

serves. cash with balance all modern on conveniencnce time.c.si.p; PALMS 6.50 Heaters for 5.20

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Owner, care Sentinel !
.oil'"d'ice. Now is the time to plant palms. 4.50 Heaters for 3.60
We have the best assortment of palmsto
CARUTHIRS & GORE FOR SALESte'n & Clark upright be had. Also Griffing's Roses give
Weeks in.piano' J won by Miss Myrtle results. W. II. Brokaw, salesman, 3.50 Heaters for 2.80 I
sold for *" ne recent contest will be 116 S. Orange avenue. Phone 267.
build! &u benefit of Baptist churchat 2-27-12tc A

New Modern G Grocery ,tJ.ie ag home fund.of :Mr.Piano and may:Mrs.be M.seen E. LOST-35x41-2 automobile tire on BUY NOW AND SAVE 20 PER CENT." J.J.

l_ 'eeks, 10 Washington street. rim. Finder will please return to
13-tfc J. L. Dillard Winter Garden Fla., .
Phone 200 P']Ff": and receive reward. 2-17-tfc .
'OR SALE-Five passenger touringto
to\ in A-l condition; cheap for FOR FRESH VEGETABLES and
St ''Ash. or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor, strawberries, phone H. C. McDaniel: ,
6 and 8 East Pine 905 East Central avenue. Phone 696. 708. Parties coming to the gardenfor
...... -r -- t t 1-4-tf vegetables will be given low
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A new counterfeit twenty-dollar FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO
gold certificate has been discoveredby and tools best farm in county; va- Umbrellas recovered and repaired
If the riety fruits 1,600 trees; elegant up- \"while you wait," at Young's Repair
service. averS
the secret to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock Shop 21 E. Pine St. 2-4-lyrc
age newspaper man ever sets his op- BIdg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own GAS DEPARTMENT
tics on the genuine article, it will er. 1-16-tfc BUYERS AND SELLERSI

remain a secret. FOR SALE buy sell rent, and exchange real
o C estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
75 acres suitable for citrus culture
Do not be surprised with the an- *and truck farming, bordering on a over 30 years. Have handled over I
when the state offers a pretty lake and has one-half mile 20000000.; Call and see me. ,'i; -
nouncement 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. ___ _ n -
folks in .frontage on the Orlando to Sanford'brick
bonus for buzzards, some
road, this frontage being adapted -
this section will turn hunters. But TRACY & MOORE, CARPENTERSHouse
for nice home sites; could be subdivided -
; we've lived among 'em all these years 1 into 40 building plots 60x200 repairs of all kinds done '
. and never ruffled a feather. feet each, leaving about 60 acres for I promptly; repairing of leaky roofs; Findley's Pioneer r Paint &Wall PaperStore
"f citrus fruits and truck farming; five screen doors and windows a specialty;
.. n I minutes walk to railroad station sleeping porches, counters, shehinggarages For F r Sales
"BathinJithout a bathing suit in I stores, hotel school and churches. office fixtures; window and Has alvrays en hand a large and well selected
the waters surrounding the shores of When you consider location and good door frames made to order. Get our:
Brooklyn is lawful at night, within transportation facilities with other prices. 18 East Church street. A stock of Wall Papers High Grade Varnishes, Paints,

200 feet of a ferry public landing or \ advantages the property's real values I postal will bring us. 1-11-lmo Brushes, Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies.
: $7,500. It is owned by a nonresident -
held that the law .
bridge. Always j
who needs money. lie authorizes Established 1870
was a queer thin Ho for Brooklyn! ,: me to sell it for $3,000. Who- CONTRACTORS FOR PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING

.. The very Eden-like innocence of the I' ever buys this property gets a bargain. R. E. COCHRAN CO., Inc. f i Jt .orange grove; has been ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU.FINDLEY'S .
place commends it. And yet it has : For further particulars, call on 132 Park Place, New York
I E. C. 10, McNeill & select budded trees,
Young, room Wholesale Dealers and Commission set out a year;
iimanded that Billy Sunday come on I''
Davis building, corner Church street PIONEER
ind uplift it.-New York Evening I and Orange a-enue. Orlando. Merchants in Florida Orangesand orange and grapefruit; there are --

Telegram. 1-31-tfc: Grapefruit 111-2 acres in the grove; located on Corner Pine and Court
-. --- \ Represented by PHONE 67
NOW IS THE TIME SELECTED MANATEE LANDSOn COUNTY Geo. W. Tull, Orlando, Fla. Lake Jem :Mary. between Lake Con-

TO SWAT TilE FLY- the Gulf highlands of the fam- Liberal advances made on con- l'ay and Lake Jennie Jewel, 3-4 of a

Uncle Sam is waging\ a relentlesswar ous Sarasota Bay district South Flor- signments.
on the deadly housefly and in a dia. Fertile soil, heavy and late ship- R. E. Cochran. President.T. mile from Pine Castle road soon to
pers of grapefruit and oranges; ; heavy L. Turney, Treasurer. bricked to date seven room
late bulletin prepared by the departrment and early shippers of winter vegetables be ; new up
of agriculture, valuable' infor- ; no killing frosts; healthful cli- 1-22-2m house; good large barn and other Hi 1ar1et
on the best means of mate; invigorating salt air from the
71 "4 nest. The most gulf; pure water from flowing arte- SIGNS buildings. This proposition is for OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
sian wells; this proved and tested
.: I\ land close to transportation, sur- quick sale on easy terms. Inquire ofJ. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE:

;; rounded by prosperous groves and B. Magruder, Jr., office in Arcade; FRESH AND SALT MEATS
farms, we offer at a low price on Gold Leaf and Aluminum, on
small payment down, balance ten or see the owner Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
years at 6 per cent. Large acreage Glass or Wood
screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
now to pick: from. Immense leap in Everything
values will fellow. This special offer Cloth Signs and Big Bulletins BISSELL I and pure.
G. M.
I is not to speculators but ot thosewho and guarantee Mtisfaetion. We have
will actually develop the land. a specialty We inriU inspection
DR LH fine class of residents; in the Meat line.
Exceptionally everything
DELL coming in. I have Morgan with me and can at grove 1-28-lm:: J I

ORLA."DJ'T0",, Write today for full information.SARASOTAVENICE service
give Co.
', FIr GtASFLORID..\ CO.. H. 31.: Self &
Box 609, Sarasota Fla.
J Get the news in the Sentinel first. 110 West Pine St. Don't overlook the want ads.

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\>tANS .- with a 4' olive branv-
FLOUR /: 1' COAT LAPEL mouth on his coat lapeL The

IRTLEieI R Dr. Chas. Eastman Indian Lecturer lit.fie "Echo" s"rJ1as,- ag&... oeen tary pointed to It when questionconcerning

People Think Hungary Should Relieve hung out, and Editor Sidney Newell Washington.-Secretary Bryan ap- possible! explications foe

C. MENKFEP Food Situation-Rubber The Boy Scouts of Orlando are not is beginning to carry school magazines peared at the cabinet meeting Tues- the United States in the foreign situ-

I 4 fr*" York Sporting Confiscated satisfied merely with showing our "exchanges," everywhere he day wearing an enamel white dove of ation. I IThrough I !

(pert.Kp grown people their work during the goes; all of which merely serves to -tiJ
London.-A dispatch to Reuter's fair week and other special times but remind the pupils that the time for -

I Kb. car- Telegram company from Venice says want you to know that all the time a vacation is approaching; that in

"aflr |i*" a BBPplanted liquids as a the burgomaster of Vienna and the Scout is prepared for any and every- twelve more weeks the holiday number

8 "** |KN+r Mfaence during the meet- president of the Vienna chamber of thing. of the Echo will be off the press

la B0:* ,i&i National League magi commerce today visited the Austrian They have indebted themselves and another year of school work fin-

l jj|% i3i- prime minister and insisted that somewhat financially in bringing to ished. J

i ,,it'astonishing? measures be taken to provide suffi- Orlando on next Thursday night at - r ,

['>tewspaper gang ambled into cient grain and flour to meet the the opera house a man who can tel Dr. Pratt of Rollins, conducted l

tt tea" room in the Waldorf city's needs. more real things about a true scout chapel exercises Monday morning the Fragrant Fields of Bluegrassand

i had "They said they thought," the cor- than else. making a
liIafter the magnates any one very interseting and timely
t ,their recent meeting. Did respondent adds "that Hungary Dr. Chas. Eastman whose Indian talk to the students. the Grandeur of Southern MountainsThe i

-empty beer and champagne should be compelled' to supplement name is "Ohiyesa" a real Sioux In- -0- L. & N. is the attractive way from Florida to the central if;

'" there and everywhere? Austria's inadequate supply of grain, dian and one of the greatest and best Classical club meeting postponeduntil '"est. Its trains take the passenger across the cotton fields of '

4 f1.hey saw was a box tal4eolates and that all supplies from both coun- known lecturers in America is to deliver Tuesday next. Georgia, the magnificent mountains of Tennessee and the far-famed }

iJf. ," containing three tries should be treated as a common an address for our boys next' -0- bluegrass region of Kentucky. t

'fUoamels. stock. The prime minister assured :. Thursday night and he is to be "Where is your report card?" a Thoroughly Up-To-Date Service _1 '

1 the'-!" began the scribes them that the cabinet was perfecting dressed in his real Indian clothes ina popular phrase with the faculty. Comfortable trains on schedules speedy as consistent i

,""hen they were interrupt- a plan to relieve the situation. costume which, owing to its intrin- - with safety rock-ballasted road free from dirt and dust.

.t 11:Helen Hathaway Britton, "The people seem indignant over sic value, is more valuable than any Fine orchestra music Friday as us- Solid trains sleeping cars and coaches, all conveniences and improvements 1

\ $*t 0 IV! St. Louis Cardinals and what they style Hungary's manifest other Indian costume in this country ua'0'! accommodations for every taste and purse. Hnexcelled

r J the only big league woman magnate reluctance to share with Austria her and is highly prized by Dr. Eastman. dining service; courteous employees.The ,

4 in this wide wide world. surplus grain." Our boys can not feel that they are Joe Ferris, a former member of the South Atlantic: Limited ti

t1 "Sh! boys; remember that a lady Advices from Vienna also state of any benefit unless our older people'! junior class, attended morning exer- Leaves Jacksonville every day at 8:15 p. m., arriYiJ; Cincin

s. is present," laughed Mrs. Britton, that the military authorities there show their support and inspire our cises Friday. DeLaney Way formerly nati and Louisville early next evening, also through '1

who emerged from a corner in the have confiscated the entire supply of boys, and that is why they have ob- with the senior class, visited school Y all-steel cars for Dayton! ,Columbus, Cleveland: ,Indianapolis -
t.j j room where she and her husband had raw rubber pneumatic tubes and rub- tained Dr. Eastman, because he can Monday. Both are making good at .. and other Ohio and Indiana points. Prompt ,

!l been talking with President Tener. ber hose. Contracting teamsters have tell you how the first American boys Georgia Military Academy, College connections to Detroit Grand Kapids and Toledo. !j

V' -"Righto, Mrs. Britton" respondedthe protested against the action x>f the were brought up and trained whichis Park, Georgia. Chicago and St. Louis Trains'* .
"But these here choco- authorities in confiscating their wag- the foundation of the Boy Scout
gang. -
Three trains daily to both pliers. Dixie Limited fastest and finest train only '
lates-how the dickens did they get ons, stating that unless this action is movement. Special orchestra music Monday in through service from Jacksonville in forenoon for Chicago! and ?t- Louis.' Dixie ;
into this room-the last place in the revoked it will be impossible to sup- Tickets will be sold for 15 cents for honor of Washington's birthday. Flyer--famous year-round train-for Chicago leaves Jacksonville every evening. ;i
Montjtoimry Route Expres. alo leaving in early evening for SM. Louis
be Vienna with food and that facto- and 25 cents for adults "'
world where they might expectedto ply gen-
i 1s rite w ire "r'phone us. We will work out your schedule secure your tickets
be?" ries will be compelled suspend op eral admission, with just a few reserved WELL KNOWN IN make reservations and save you loss of time and trouble

"I brought them" was the answer."I erations.A I seats, on sale at Butt's, for ORLANDO.The H. C. FRET .'EY,Flcrida Passenger Agent, Louisville &: Nashville R. R. 4

had top ass up lunch so as to get boycott instituted by Viennese 35 cents. Those interested in your new member of the Flying 134 Rest BIT Street Bill'Phone 167),Jukscneille j Flood. 1

to this meeting on time and so I housewives against the use of pork is boy and our boys urge you to be there Squadron, Mrs Carolyn E. Geisel, Direct tad dnm routes la tile C.I.fora Exposjti, \\,.,, for details. '1 1

brought along the box of chocolatesso spreading throughout the country. next Thursday night. who is to visit Orlando on March 1, -

i that I might eat some during the Retail prices of pork have dropped The boy of today is the man of to- 2 and 3, is one known to many here, T:3THE : f 1

meeting to keep from starving. about 4 cents a pound, but the boy- morrow. Who will help make the as she was one of the most popular
"Bring a full box?" asked one intrepid cott will be continued. man? speakers at the Chautauqua.She j "

explorer for news. is a woman of great ability.

"Yes-tow pounds." AN INDIAN SCOUT TALK s t s . s a s s a s s a t s s s Horn Michigan, she graduated at

"Ah-er-did you-that is-the SHORT MEN MAKE BETTER the University Michigan, studied

two pounds-you didn't-" The leaders of the Boy Scouts in FIGHTERS in St. Petersburg, Russia, and did I

:Mrs. Britton broke into the hesi- Orlando have done a good thing in S S work at the celebrated Pasteur Institute i 1 1I.

tating question with a ripple of securing a lecture on March 4th from London.-The short man makes in Paris. .

laughter. the well known Indian scout leader, the better fighter says Dr. M. S. She holds three American medical

"Dear me no, I didn't eat the whole author and lecturer. Dr. Charles A. Pembrey, lecturer on physiology diplomas and has been connected>with

two pounds" she said. "I had help. Eastman ("Ohiyesa," the Winner), at Guy's Hospital, London, in a the Battle Creek Sanatorium since OLD RELIABLE ,.

There are the helpers" and Mrs. Brit- I who is making a lecture tour in the discussion before the Royal Sanitary i- 1895. Her special interest in the tem- 'j

ton's arm described a circle that included South.A Institute. perance cause dates back to 1897 and :

( all the magnates, Secretary Sioux of full blood, descendant of I The essential organs in the runs largely to the scientific phase. DANN'S TRANSFER

John Heydler and President Tener. great chiefs and brought up in the head and trunk are often better She gives an address on "Alcoholand i .-

"Yes they did help me eat those Canadian wilderness far from the developed in the short man thanin the Man Himself," in which she Dr. B. D. WIENENGA Prop :

chocolates" asserted Mrs. Britton, see- sight of any white man until the age the tall man the weight of discusses the pathological effects of

ing a look of incredulity on the faces of fifteen, he has since then achieveda brain being relatively greater in alcohol on the human body. Everyone Livery Draying and HaulingWE

"f the reporter folks. "And do you thorough education graduating with the short man and the reaction should hear this instructive talk.'! ,

krow that those men ate those choc- honors from Dartmouth College and time not so long. Tall men of The time for each speaker's address

olates with as much gusto as a high the medical school of the Boston Uni- full proportions are heavy and will be published later.

school girl. They just ate and ate versity. "The story of his life reads slow. GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE

and ate-and it did my heart good to like a chapter of romance," says the S i t t t . 55 t i . t . ADMIRAL URIU AT EXPOSITION

Columbus, Ohio, Press-Post. "It is a
see those great big grown men en-
San Francisco -Admiral Baron So-
ouch."Didn't far from a wigwam in the depthof *
joying candy so : cry I
HOOKSA tokichi Uriu has arrived to represent
i ., do the supply of chocolates the forest to a modern home in aNew AUTO AUTO BUS AND TRUCK I
Japan as a commissioner at the Pan- ,
| r' much good" hazarded reporter, peer- England college town." w
r the bath-
hook placed outside of ama-Pacific exposition. lIe was accompanied -
ing in to the near empty box. "Only Dr. Eastman is no less fitted by
room window is very convenient for by his wife and his per- for Ten Solicited
Eight or
about three of the chocolates left. natural powers than by exceptional Country Driving
the suspension of articles and brushes sonal staff.
What's the matter with them?" experiences to reveal the real American -
used in the bathroom.A .
"Why, nothing" answered Mrs, Indian to his white brother and HORSES FOR SALE
litlte hook placed in the frame- COMMUNICATIONThe -
Britton. to this object he has long devoted his
work of the front door affiordds a Sentinel is pleased to publish a
"How comes it that they left those great abilities as writer and speaker. the Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
convenient resting place for mailbox communication from the secretary of
three?" asked the reporter.Mrs. lie is probably the greatest living authority -
and door keys. As one leaves the Board of Trade relative to an editorial -j I
Britton looked at the reporter on Indian folk lore and tradi-
the house or apartment the key cane appearing in Sunday's Sentinel
quizzically for a moment-and then a tion. His books on "Indian Boyhood,"
>, slipped into glove or purse and commenting in good faith upon sev-
great light dawned on her. "Red Hunters and the Animal People -
when one returns it can be rehung. eral omissions that it believed should
"Oh they left those for you" she ," "Old Indian Days," etc., have
The telephone book and pad for have been represented in the beautiful -
laughed Take them, they're awfully fascinated thousands of readers, 'of ._____ .
writing memoranda numbers are Board of Trade Orlando booklet .
good. young and old, and have been trans-
in readier access if suspended near just issued.
"They are," answered the scribe, lated into French German, Italian and
the telephone.If The communication states that it is
two at one time. "Taste other foreign languages. His lectures
munching any article is always in the wayor the purpose of the committee to supplement Hammond Gore
like $1 per pound variety. under the auspices of Harvard, '
never seems tohave a place, the the already published booklet
Looking in the direction of Secre- Yale and many other universities
best way to solve the problem is to with a statistical pamphlet, in the I. 11
tary Heydler the reporter yelled' :- Chautauquas and lyceums, have held
hang it up. For instance, even those nature of an annual report, that will FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EM B AIMERS.
"Hey John is this chocolate diet jroing audiences spellbound all across the
patterns that persist in littering up contain additional information regarding -
to be a regular thing hereafter? continent. He speaks, without notes
th esewing room would be much less Orlando.
"Sure" answered Heydler. "The in the beautiful full dress costume of REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
trouble if slipped into a bag and hungon "The Morning Sentinel:
league voted in favor of it-that is, it the Sioux chief always with a native
a hook.ROBERT II "The committee of the Board of COMPARE
and dramatic eloquence that
ease are
Trade who are responsible for the
NEWEST IN'' SCIENCE magnetic. "Better than almost' any HUNGERFORD new Orlando booklet, Judge Cheney,
other man," Dr. George Bird SCHOOL I OUR FURNITUREWe
I WILL OBSERVE FOUND) 1V". R. O'Neal W. S. Branch and C. E. I I
Both the fruit, which resembles Grinnell, in "Forest and Stream." ER'S D.tYFounder's Howard, notice your editorial of Sunday -
grapes and the ffowers of a Braziliantree "Dr. Eastman is fitted to tell the sto- and feel grateful for the com- provide the quality of furniture that has long
of the Indian it should be told." Day will be observed
grow directly on the bark. ry been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
Thursday, March 4th. at the Robert mendation you give and take your
That it will prevent fatigue is the Dr. Eastman is a great friend of Hungerford School, Eatonville, Flor- criticism in good spirit, because, of standard of merit. If an article is here it is good ,

inventor's claim for a form of band- Boy Scouts, and has himself conducted ida. All friends are cordiallv invited. course, it was given in that spirit. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. "We ca 't make ,,.
age tob e strapped to the elbow. one of their summer camps, the Dr. W. B. Kellix, Sanford will l be ora- this point too clear-it is one of the foundal on stones
not informedas
lay found in one place in Englandis "Archibald Butt" camp on Chesapeakebay. tor of the day. Other prominent men "Nevertheless you are of thus business, and that means much to iny buyer. '
of nearby towns will take part onprogram. to the purpose of the committee I
The Orlando Scouts, to whomhe
so bituminous that bricks made as you might have been upon in-
from it yield oil, gas and ammonia was introduced by their enterprising Monday evening, March 1st, a
when heated in a retort.A leader, Mr. Burden, at a recent grand concert will he given at the quiry.; McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK,
Odd Fellows' Stone halt Orlando, by "The booklet was not intended to
new toothbrush made of paper camp fire will welcome his return the members of the Athletic associa- be a directory or cyclopedia of the a Cor. Orange \ and Church St. -

impregnated with cleansing and sani- from: his engagements at Tampa to tion of the school. Admission: Adults, city, because in a book of the character -'I. : :::: ,
tary drugs is intended to be used but speak in the Orlando opera house on 15 cents and children. 10 cents. Come and limited space only a few
once, then thrown March 4th. The lecture is for all one come all! 2-27-2t .
away. there being
things could be represented, 1
Compressed air is used by a Washington ages. The Boy Scouts hope for a
GOT HER NOTE 41 YEARS LATE 68 photographs and 34 letterpress ,-- ----:
inventor to force burning fluids crowded house to hear it.
topics, more than three times ,
*' into holes in stumps until they are Middletown'! N. Y.-On July 22, the amount of'matter ever before produced I

destroyed more effectively than when HE COULDA 1870, Mrs. Bridget Glassey, of Dun- in our book. JONfS GOES JUST TH[

dynamite: is used.A dee, Scotland, wrote her brother, "Also, the book had to be rushed,

red signal, to be locked into position man walked into a barber shop James Halford, of BullvSlle, near this for the time was limited after the I
on an automobile when its own- and removed his hat and coat. He received and
city, asking him to send money for subscriptions were a
er is not using it has been patentedby was evidently in a hurry. her passage to this country. The let- large part of the photographing was

a New York man to call attentionto "Can you shave me if I do not remove ter reached him a short time ago done between showers, during a long My bus line which has been serving fox
the fact that it is used
being by "
collar? he
my asked, impa- over forty-four years after it was period of rainy weather.
unauthorized months has not its schedule but leave
an changed
person. ,
tiently. written. He does not know whetherhis "You seem to think the newspapers
A London electrician has invented "Yes sir," said the obliging bar- sister is living. The cause of theletter's picture shows and telegraph offices same time it always has. V '
a safe that is unlocked by a tuning and if followedout
long delay is a mystey. should be represented,
fork, the vibratins of which cause a ber.The man took his seat in the chair, hundreds of other lines might as TIME TABLE I
wire within the safe to vibrate in and the barber for busi- that assisted
prepared PAYING $14 FOR FAT DOGS well have been,
harmony with them and the Bus Leaving Orlando in Front of Evans The Jeweler.WEST
operate ness. As he surveyed his customer largely in the cost of publishing."But .

mechanism electrically. I he noted that the hair"had all gone London.-The Daily News corre- the method of the committeeis

from the top of his head and that his spondent at Copenhagen telegraphs: to supplement the booklet with a BOUND EAST BOUD
Coming Debate at Atchison I Read Down Read
hirsute adornment was limited to a "German agents are buying dogs of statistical pamphlet in the nature of Up23.chocolate

Atchison Globe: ,I fringe of hair above the neck. Then all kinds in West Jutland from farm- an annual report, which, will containthe IA.M.A.M M.4P! '
: P. 1\1. A.M. P. ; rI
At its next meeting the Lancaster :
I the barber spoke, as le drew the ers and peasants, as much as $14 be- very information suggested by I

Literary Society will debate this sub :cloth around his custome-'s neck and ing offered for fat dogs. These, it is the Sentinel as has been done in the Orlando 3:00'' 6.o.
ject: "Which policeman is entitled to :fastened it at the back:; said are being made into sausagesfor past and which may be freshened up 6:30,10.15, 'I' 9.3 '"
the most sympathy the one in a mining I "And I think I could C your; hair human consumption." each year. Ocoee 7:3O11.15 4:00 I 8.3C 12.30 S.'?!

camp or the one in a university I II if you did not remove ur hat.- "Yours sincerely Winter Garden 7:454II:3c 4'301' 8.15 l2. t5 "

town?" Columbus Dispatch. E". Oakland 8:00-- 4:30f S._ +30
Get the news in the Sentinel first. "C. HOWARD Secretary. ,


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she' hesitated t-In- the-ball then>j nf;ran not curiosity .merely that Germl
re sae s Sunk By ; n''
boldly 'ti? the :uU of the spy lent: :Sail' ber piece her bead outside the Few Ships .. .__

upon the-d.oor. haUli dow. She beard the mocking voice
-Keep the in the pocket
s .i s Thompson. Keep it there or 1 etoatl be of Loubeque but dimly. Still it was Since Establishing War Zoi;>-
;: LotibeiUe.| master! o'f men and obliged to short and muss the. place.' Ids.voice and surcharged with menace .. -
: nliO&a; iuutH* was so great The butler-thief's upper* .lip curled "pirt bow _could she gain an entrance

course of empires halted at tua back from his teeth.. giving him tbe expression how see what was transpiring? torpedoed &*f 4 l.l
;' word of .'rnmm; 'uiic Ii... u/ud.Mv after the car- : "And you thought; to play with mer cape. Two high and wide ledges separated to demoralize British : steamer Dinorah, }Jtavre

il;;wu .lio tiaU j>U>t ul id.. t'ur Loubeque murmured wonderiu;;ty. ber from the fire escape outside kirk, sixteen miles off Dieppe. 1r
few vessels have suffered
(>ars he had bent every euery'; *. more to himself than to his captive 1 the spy's suit She dared not lookdown shipping, kept afloat by hard pumpirfe a1l

life for this day. And now that "Tbe man who knows me better than dared cot think dared do noth from her attacks since February 18, finally was towed into Dieppe. "

come somehow. the sweet bad I' any one else: thought to catch Loubeque ing save heave a sigh of relief when when the "war zone" decree went into I' Later on Friday the Norwegian;, II
J bitter upon his palate. t\ sleeping. You dared come near me she found herself safe once more out mine
struck a neat
t'' enough a tender smile side the spy's window. It bad been effect. The chronology of sea disasters steamer Nordkyn ..I
;; after the second affair. If 1 but bad
t about the corners of his bard I the time 1 should strangle; you with easy after alL She peeked within the in the subsequent three days fol- Bornholm Island, in the Baltic sea,

I as be thought of the girl upon these hands. They Itch for the feel room. strangling a little expression of lows: and sank with all on board. .J

J door with Mm. the girl who I of your throat once more. /1 have a rage and shame as Thompson's threat Early Friday morning the Norwe- f' On Saturday the Norwegian steamer =err tea

f tbe image of the Lucille of forty little favor to ask }.uu.- came to her eitrs. Breathlessly she gian tanker Belridge was struck by a ', Bjarka, bound from Leith to Nak-

ago. The thief growled something inarticulate watched the men struggling upon the German submarine torpedo near I! skov, with coal, struck a mine and
: De murmured the uame and his eyes glittered Ten floor unable to understand the hurried. was saved.
Folkestone and severely crippled. She sank. Her crew
tenderly, even as hIs fingers omonsly as be fastened them upon the retreat of both from the room. Sbeopened the British
able however to reach the Likewise on Saturday
was ,
the precious picture ot the toes of his boots. the window and slipped inside
mother from his breast pocket ... ow. Thompson. Just step to the her bosom beaving tumultuously at Downs. The Belridge sailed from I steamer Cambank was torpedoed bya

treasured- that picture above telephone and call up tbe desk dowu this opportunity to search tbe mans New Orleans on January 28 for Am- German submarine off Amwich bay 4

r possessions these forty dears, stairs." lie made a significant little suit.Tbe sterdam. Wales. The vessel sank and four ', t

now he found himself regarding gesture with the revolver iu his band. door slapped open just as she Also on Friday morning a German members of her crew were drowned.
I as the likeness of the daugh- I and the man hurriedly took down the was exploring tbe drawer of the table .

Lucille the daughter of that otb receiver bis face a pasty yellow. She felt herself seized by the wrists f

of the long ago- I "Say there is a hotel sneak thief in uttered a cry of protest and dismay "LITTLE RHODY" !I piece of the Father of His Coun\ry?

I ruse: impatiently. ashamed of the i i Mr. Loubeque's apartment waiting to and pleading only to look Into strange. Gilbert Stuart, of Rhode Island.
mood that was upon him aud ': 'xrte.
be arrested.: Mr. Loubeque has no -
Paper Read by O. P. Newton at New Among the distinguished statesmenand
across the floor. Tbe slight: | time to make charges now but will
'iog of the curtains that connected: return shortly or meet the profession: I ;{- England Picnic,( Feb. 22 jurists of this great country,
j I: the bedroom caught his eye lIe downstairs." I :i < none have excelled the work of John rvy

'' not pause did not even hesitate, I The receiver dropped clattering; from We have ony 1,085 square miles of I I. Hay, ambassador to Great Britain,

j a bard look crept into his eyes i the thiefs bund Loubeque waved the land surface, but we have the same and Charles M. Hughes, of the supreme -

; ou the door made him automatic quietly toward it and. as the depth as the larger states. court of the United States. No --t--

: impatiently tben answer It'' pitiful eyes of his former servant m..tbls Geoalogically speaking, we parallelthe men have been more loyal to their .
to had Lucille dressed for \! own. they read no pity there-nothing "-
alma mater than they, and Brown
St. Lawrence valley, the Laureutican >I
i street confronting him !I save a cold.indictie intent. The
I : the mountain won't come to : trembling hand took up the receiver or primeval rocks outcropping in : University is equally exalted by their P'

I (' Mohamet must go to tbe once more and. word for word trau 1t Cumberland, and in the beautiful val- i distinguished services to this country. *" .

I I II I I ." she quoted with a light milted tbe message. as it fell like i ie\\ ley of the Blackstone. I! Time forbids further mere mentionof -
!I a laugh that belied tbe worn i particles from the spy's lips( Then We have in Portsmouth the oldest I, Rhode Islnad's gret men. In

i 1 ... about her lips. j I Thompson whirled toward him. : : coal in the world. In other locationswe statesmanship, literature, art, military .r .
.. ujouutam certainly knew of no Turn me o'er.Till you: Well, listen achievement land and 1 1I
j : have minerals old as the creation upon sea;
i "laughed the frank to what's coming; to you when you do I
; spy pleas-j I I! she has
I and unknown elsewhere. I call your area compared, no peer. .'.
It. I know a thing or two""You r
Ms:: countenance. "Is it a walk i
plaDned-te3r"- know too much." smiled the : attention to a few only: Ankarite, ,: Born upon her rugged foundation en- -
j "That is the ..ex pegmatite gob fibrous deared by association, and with loyalty -
spy coolly. exactly reasonI i rose quartz,
t ,invitation-and wonder to luncheon if it would she rej be j am disposing;; of- I and quartose schist. to her ideals, let my last days pass dodger< Meney. Leading Mai]

"And I know about her." The thier-- I her sacred soiL Let sons' -\jCarxYai-Next Week
Rhode my
much to ask of you to see that i Island was inconceivably old upon -r ,
give me a good machine for the I band waved toward the corridor when the Florida peninsula was 200 : and their sons never forget the laud

"* I "Maybe I can't tell a thins or two to 600 feet under the sea. Historically i of their birth and her righteous prin i.|!
about you and bel'Yh:1t's she doinshcr ]
.II pbont.be resjionded. harden- I _what's the reason she got; on the she is equally conspicuous. The ciples of political and soul freedom. ORLANDO

insl.tiitly: at the shadow of dis- i, Empress and !stuck to you ever since"- Norsemen who builded the pillared

!' that crossed her face. Evi, The revolver slapped( against;: the op stone tower upon the incomparablebluff FARMERS CO-OPERATIVE DEM1 .

she wished to be rid of him : posits wall ns! Loulwque burled it at at Newport left no date for our 1 i iI

smiled to think of bow close the I I the mans,. head following;: it with h--! guidance, but has deciphered OXSTRATIOX WORK J JI lUMBING CO
no one yet -
to being finished. Some- .r.e - I I _
.I was flylns; *" ody. his frame crashing: the .
the meaning of the
be could not get any acute pleas I man to the floor his fingers; groping; Hardpan ,
: t
out of it now he looked at this' I rocks at Dighton. .
for the vile mouth that spluttered on. I
i I II ((1) This is a more or less imper '.-: 26 WEST PINE STREET
realized that As strong and enduring the eter-
and as
girl precious "I ain't saying;: as what you and me
would be the smiles that She Opened the Window and Slipped nal foundation which vious stratum composed of organic
upon I granite
know:-I'm saying as what tell I upon PHONE 122
after be bad finished. But. pshaw! and what It'll look like. What can Inside. God himself fashioned our little state, matter varying from snuff color to ;i ip

would his mind persist In think Loubeqiie turned his head suddenly. I brutal faces the faces of bouse detectives Roger Williams builded the principleof dark black. It forms at the surface -
of such things? lie bowed and I his ears fairly peaked with tbe eagerness ; I and not the sardonically friendly human equality and religious lib : of the water table in the soil. When 2 2it :st Plumbing at Lowest :

the hour of their engagement of his listening,: The rattle of the j I one of Lonbeque. is exposed to the air it disinte- .

tripped down the ball, then re elevator outside reached his ears. He "Nipped in the act!" grated one of erty.Lincoln at I grates. It disappears slowly from> Prices ,
Gettysburg not
his seat at the table. J I sprang to bis feet dragging; tbe butler I them as he dragged ber toward the was i the soil when the water table is low- \re are not in the combine. < -
ashamed to reiterate the
a drawer there he took a small after him very theory i
j I, door. "The cabaret dame too! I ered and the air admitted to it. ;II :LAUTER'S latest inventions used
; mirror which be slipped swiftly MWtmu t get out." be breathed Protesting weeping hysterical Lucille first proclaimed by our greatest
tbe flap of hit glove then placed ;' hoarsely. "We must away before they was dragged; to the elevator and priest and leader. [I Water seeps through it very slowly j ill first-class ilimbing
glove upon| his band A grim 111 III kill this" or not at all, according to how hard <
come. you-for bundled Into cab. Unable to think
When and lust of
greed c
I ; (>!':!'iull was on his face as he lean I Swiftly the pair darted through the to reason sbe only realized the full arrogance it is and how thick the layer. Construction: t il]
: back in his chair once his!! power drove, in 1776 the New England I
more i door find down the ball. Loubeque extent of her calamity when tbe The soil immediateyl under hard-, I

/ fastened upon tbe entrance to the I i I hurriedly twisted the knob to Lu<'1l1e.1O green globe before the grim police colonists to desperation, alone, '; pan is 'likely to be a white sand. This j; _

: as revealed to him In the I door. It flung; oi>en. With a gasplns station loomed before her eyes. unaided, openly, in the face of apparently is sometimes spoken of as quick- -E. F. Thompson
an automatic pistol gripped in '' sob' of relief he dragged Thompson She might have been unconscious so insurmountable obstacles, in sand. i>:

mo-ment free hand after him and slapped tbe door shut little was sbe actually aware of what I! May, nearly two months previous to ((2)) Hardpan serves a very useful r ...- LLNTtf3it'F : '

dragged upon the beel of hour maintaining; his hold meantime. was transpiring. Acute yet merely the signing of the immortal Declara- when is Recently of New York :
the head of the man I "And that I H what would i purpose sub-irrigation prac-
gray yon say-
she knew sbe defended
subconsciously so. tion of Independence July 4 1 :
: ; I upon ticed. It keeps the water from leaching e Curtis & O'Neals, Orange Ave.
from side to side. lie caught I would tellHis voice was not harsh. herself stoutly against the
1776, Little Rhode Island declared her !
abruptly. Again bis bead sank I not even Indisnant.; merely curious.That's charge of being a hotel sneak thief i downward rapidly and carrying I 24d&wlmNEW
his chest this time to remain ., what*"" Thompson straight; She feverishly cited the obvious ridiculousness independence of George III. and )prepared { off with it soluble particles in the_

Apparently Loubeque slept as cued a touch of braggadocio: about his! of Hugo Loubeque's making for the long struggle that fol- soiL

did everything; else, soundly yet 'I''I! very figure;: sucb a charge; against ber. Tbe tier lowed. i I ((3)) Hardpan is injurious when it CHEF-AND-NEW\ S1
the lean possible amount of Slowly Inexorably the fingers; of I
geant was frankly puzzled.Obviously I-have failed to find in all historyan occurs in groves of any kind; in such
j\ lingo Loubeqiierpnched out and
grasped this girl was not a thief
act so conspicuously audacious -
; places the water should be permanently
portieres swayed and I the man's: wrists. Slowly, inesora him of i
more The brilliant idea struck sum
and in its
effect its
upon larger neighbors lowered to a foot or so below The
bly. be pressed the cold metal of the
heavily. Grew the outlines of a moning tbe jeweler from whom sbe
; I I more electrifying. The wave of which should be brokenup
face against: the smooth velvet automatic! iron into the useless pales claimed to have received the money. the hardpan,
Slowly. InexoraMv. that weapon bear Also the failure to produce Lonbequt; resistance and intense patriotism by dynamite or by cutting open

,: Ing band was lifted lifted nntil it argued heavily against. the bouse deter starting in Rhode Island united and ; ditches through it. The water drained

,: ,: pressed against; the blueing lips of the tive's case. clarified public sentiment all over the from a hardpan area has been knownto Sunday Dine

I I thief tben stopped' ubeques Toi't'was I And all tbe while Lucille paced up, land, and thus 'Was born our match- I cause die-back in citrus trees located t tOur |
.5 soft purring; soothing. and down tbe floor white faced miserable less declaration of self :
righteous gov- on land free from hardpan. have served. !
"Open the teeth my old friend- ber lips moving as she muttered. ever
ernment.To I lands be advantageously -
open them or I'll knock them out! Put : ((4)) Hardpan may

;: the gun inside your mouth. It's slm "Five-thirty this afternoon Ensign; whom does the great and pros- employed for truck crops koice of two menusTUIRTY .

pie....only n secondthen a longer trip Howell calls for tbe paj>ers. Five-thir perous Southland owe its very existence : and strawberries; some farm crops

; than you've ever taken before Don't ty-O Ji>---I must be there-mu t lie- today? I answer, to Major Gen- !i 1o well ppon it; cotton is likely to be

f fight;: -it's t'1f'O-YOII! should know I must-must"- eral Nathaniel Greene of Rhode 'I" failure. It should be avoided in "Get the Pli

that. :Surely: you won't resist and And the station house lk l ;1'i1ll1t.11! Island, Washington's right bower. planting orchard trees. It will usually
make it hard for your master. Just!' wide derision. nt her its h-reds! |x>itiling; I
The soldier that the of Savannah be found cheaper in the end to
; think-If yon don't-I might; lie calleda ti",tiw-,Hr townrd the "..", of 4 great city -
I have chosen suitable land rather than
murderer-while-lf you follow Instructions Concluded delights to honor; and noon
e -I t'lO-just suicide"."- Wednesday's Daily. 'I her main thoroughfare overlookingthe 'o correct defects and doctor a sick CENTS

With every syllable: he rendered thewrhta fair valley and the ships of mnnv trove.; During favorable years young I

: of the "struggling; ; man more feeble HYPNOTIC SPELL CAST ON SOLDIERS rations loading at her wharves, herea -itrus trees do extremely well on 4j j i Imperial Chicken Soup

forced the steel l muzzle of the pun noble monument rises! heavenward hardpan soil but during periods of I RELISHESed

\ more and more harshly against; thetender I in commemoration of this great: cap'. "nfavorable weather conditions manyof Tomatoes Olives

ums.s be pronounced his The surgeons with the armies: in tain's services to the Southland. the trees will sickenGROWING SALAD S
final judgment; the judgment; be hoped
Europe describe a peculiar mental I' What of Ezek Hopkins of Providence :
| -
of the
would prove that a coroner I Chicken Salad I
muffled shot heat against the walls of condition, the "hypnosis of battle first admiral of the U. S. navy PECANS '

tbe room. Thompson writhed then which they have noticed in certain ; and of Commodore Thomas Barry, FISH I

straightened Lonbeqiie held tightlyto ; soldiers who had been fighting a short : who swept the seas of British commerce i I; Land best adapted to pecan culture llet of Trout, Mayonnaise SauceI

the wrist: until rigor: mortis !gripped time before, says the New York Medical as with a broom? |;.; is what is known as high hammock, I ENTREES
them about the Record. This lasts '
weapon. state
hypnotic And what of that young sailor who, of which there are hundreds of acres te Ribs cf Beef, au jus I II
-> I from two or three days to a week and with a handful of men, went to the in and around Apopka that can be | Roast Leg of Spring Lamb r.
As Lucille stood in the doorway of
then consciousness suddenly
Loubeque's room her eyes> always even longer, Great Lakes, builded ships drove over bought at very low prices and on easy past Loin of Pork, Apple Sauce

i keenly suspicious tit the slightest; trifle returns. I the deep waters straight, at the Bit- terms at the present time but land : Lamb Stew, a la Priitasni

when about the man. observing;: that I The victim is incapable of walking |I ish squadron, and after the terrific values are increasing very fast in our I VEGETABLES
unless pushed or led by the hand, but I
I as be talked wIth ber his eyes were combat modestly wrote these imper. section. med Cauliflower
[ fastened upon the ,gloved: band instantly I when placed on his feet stands erect I ishable words: "We have met the I have a four acre grove of the
1 Au SIMashed I
It had struck her as strange; be I and motionless, with the head bent enemy and they are ours." large paper shell pecans that I planted Spaghetti
"Keep the hand in the pocket. should wear a glove in hiss room. Then forward and the eyes half closed. He Potatoes '
'I Oh, men of New England Oh, men twelve years ago and grafted themat
she caught the reflection" of his, eyesand but is in
not be awakened not
can a '
of united third in the At third DESERTS'
our blessed Tell
: the opening came a pair of saw the mirror flashing} in that country year grove.
\ eye"!' Slowly slowly tbe face palm-the eyes of the man watching;: I state of coma. In some instances a your sons this story, and when in year from grafting they had a few wberry Shortcake Ice Cream I ,

showed lie did not the curtains: fending: to his bedcbam II condition of hallucinatory delirium Newport, go "Pth them, and standing; nuts on them and increased at the BEVERAGES

to look at the slumberer. Be ber. They"ayt.>.d slightly. Then she I appears when verbal inquiry is made uncovered before the heroic bronze, rate of from fifteen pounds fourth
; revealing himself be had made : of the patient as to his experiences in ,?c Tea Miib: :
made her :adieus for she knew Lou thank God that lIe pave for your inheritance vear to 150 pounds fififth year, and .
that bis old master slept soundly. beque was not alone i battle. .c:
the unparalleled example in this year, the ninth year from graft-
certain sure he moved beyond In her own room she paced tbe tioornervou..ly The hypnosis is met with oftenest
cnrtain public and private life set by Oliveri ing, I harvested 2,200 pounds of per- fort Orders i
What did It me-m' Someone I served at all hours.
in men from cities. Fatigue
: young i Hazzard Perry. fect nuts from ninety trees, only sev-
at time. he *i _
(closer a step a -
had entered LoiilHque << room. was
(' L The bate had left his eyes. spying. upon him. nnd the' surreptitious\ I:I and starvation are the chief predisposing I Briefly those troublous days of '61 enty of which are in bearing. As to -

there was no time for bate when presence had l tern discovered The I causes, and physical or psychic | an '65 must be touched. For the defense -; price of nuts, I have no trouble to OUR COFFE

on .business. Almost close visitor was under suneillancp. Bu violence the exciting cause.CONTRACTOR of Washington, Rhode Island's let twenty-five cents per pound. The

1J to reach out and rest a band who could that visitor be? What wa 1---- troops were rst: to answer Lincoln'sI cost of bringing the trees into bearing i

Loubeque's shoulder be wa his motive* I 1I I call, our war governor, yet living, (: can be lessened by cropping the Our
: tie halted. his month l Daily Meals
dropping 3J
Thompson-< GiU-on land between the trees. I am at at
ai* feet >fJlI: -Thwmp R. N. SEYMOUR is the run to see f William Spraijue, from his private pres-
son. Her !sweetheart ant the butl..rthlpr II if fortune entire ent setting out another grove of the
to the carpet, his lingers before letting contract you are going | !! furnijhing an batteryof _
both ml::!lit hive motives for surL to build and want the best house / I II kind which of the Frotcher chef
loin:; uncertainly his eyes fasten- artillery. By whose cunning hand same are 5V cannot be excel
That it related the .
an entry. to stolen for invested.P.
possible money
: | !' ? tn amaze at his own face as it I I have the fat ships been fashioned j,',and Teche variety.
| : : papers she had no doubt Suppose they O. Box 195. LPhone 478. #
I back at him from the tiny mir- I were taken by some other jn"'t at this 2-lS-Imoc i, that} have enabled us to keen so long JONAS LARSSON,

I! last moment? But the man behind the the Americ n cup? John B. Herre- | Piedmont,. Fla.

be recovered. hH, band darting; I curtains: bad little if any. chance Again we call your attention to the shoff, of B Istol, Rhole Island. I I
toward bU! ,,'ket. tbe sinister
l against Loubeqiie. classified ads. Who painted that priceless master- Get the news first in the Sentinel. 'Irhe

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torpedoed s F I -it --r-
|i steamer Dinorah, from Havre to DC ( W. S. Branch)
kirk, sixteen miles off
I Dieppe. SI

, kept afloat by hard pumping as I air Allusion and DelusionWe
finally was towed into Dieppe. hate to d<1 it for we promisednot Beautiful Rugs

I Later on Friday the Norwegian j n to tell, but it is too good to keep.

steamer Nordkyn struck a mine nea But we are not going to tell the name
Bornholm Island, in the Baltic sea; of the young business man of Orlando ,
and sank with all on board. i fiw who has lately become engaged to

*' On Saturday the Norwegian steami a handsome young lady and wrote as

er Bjarka 1 bound from Leith to Nak- follows to one of his Northern ",
skov, with coal, struck a mine and friends: S at Small Cost at

1 sank. Her crew was saved. Dear Fred:-We read in an East-
Likewise on Saturday the British ern paper the other day the following -
I t "Love is at first an
L I steamer Cambank
was torpedoed by illusion and then a delusion."
a German submarine off Amwich bay', We can't remember just who this '
J Wales. The vessel sank and four editor was nor in what paper quota- BIG STOREFloorCoverings
1 members of her crew were drowned. tion appeared, but well bet our Sun- '(
day go-to-meetin' boiled shirt that he
i \ walks backwards and that instead of
l 1 : ; good red blood there flows throughhis
piece of the
Father of His Country veins the sourest vinegar..
I Gilbert Stuart, of Rhode Island. -- ay Probably somewhere back in his
Among the distinguished statesmenand .. purple palliating past there was a
: aSk girl who passed him by and marriedthe
jurists of this great country, S other fellow and ever since the
none have excelled the work of John 55 carking canker of crabbedness has
Hay, ambassador to Great Britain, k been eating away and eating away at
at which once beat as his hert.
and Charles M. Hughes, of the supreme c s<
K Love a delusion!
court of the United States. No By all the golden, sunny ringletson
men have been more loyal to their ;. the brow of Cupid, by all the sweet .
alma mater than they, and Brown lips that ever puckered into a rose- that will like !
bud to receive the kiss of a lover, we you
University is equally exalted by their swear that Jove is no delu,ion.
distinguished services to this country. p' 'r Does a delusion make the world go
Time forbids further mere mentionof 'round? Is the blue sky an illusion?
Is it an illusion when our cardiac
Rhode Islnad's gret men. In pumping station goes all a-flutter at Mighty hard work to select the right kind of a
statesmanship, literature, art, military the soft whispered words of the rug
achievement, upon land and sea, sweetest girt God ever made? isn't it?
Poor the looks of
Is it an ilusion when we thrill in ones spoil any room.
her she
area compared no peer.
if tiny, soft, velvety
nerve a
Born upon her rugged foundation, en- every hand chances to linger, just for an I Then they last a long time too and if you buy some
deared by association, and with loyalty instant in ours, as we look into a pair ,

to her ideals, let my last days pass odger Meney, Leading Man Starnes Stock Co., Under of profundity eyes whose of the limpid ocean depths seem make shallowas the thing that is displeasing, you regret it for many

upon her sacred soil. Let my sons Ca zt Week, Beginning Monday. amud puddle?
I and their sons never forget the land ,, '" --- Is it an illusion when the very mar- j I years to come.
--- -- row in our spinal columns freezes if
of their birth and her righteous principles -
i iUM81NG !I LOST-By a workingman, seventeen we hear that "the" girl has a date
of political and soul freedom. IRLANDO dollars in bills, Saturday afternoon. with another fellow?
i Return to Sentinel office. 28-lt Is it an illusion when she buries her face behind the laped of our coat,
FARMERS CO-OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATION FOR SALE-Nice homes and nods her little head and an-
orange shyly We have hundreds of artistic designs and color combinations -
WORK CO1 groves for sale. Worth the money. swers ")'es" when we ask her the
Maitland, Fla. W. B. Tucker, Box 73. greatest question in the world? Is
1 2-28-Gt it? Is it? in many worthy weaves. We can assist
Hardpan We should say not!
(1) This is a more or less impervious 26 WEST PINE STREET POSITION WANTED-White woman Love is the concentrated essence of you in selecting your floor coverings the kind that
wants position as housekeeper; can goodness, sprinkled upon the tender ,
stratum composed of organic cook for small private family. Ad- petals of crystallized violet. It
1 1 PHONE 122 a
matter varying from snuff color to ] dress K. G. D., Orlando, Fla. comes sky-hooting down from the will exactly suit your tastes and requirements. We
dark black. It forms at the surface'']: 2-28-lt high heavens on a mellow moonbeam,
> >st Plumbing at Lowest entwines its silken tendrils' about feel please We know pricesare
of the water table in the soil. When I WANTED-Orphan girl 19 years old, your fluttering" heart until your sure we can you. our
it is exposed to the air it disinte-J i wishes a position as companion; breath comes in short, quick, ecstatic
grates. It disappears slowly from 1! Prices willing to go anywhere. Address rasps and your soul; just seems to lower than you can get anywhere else in town.
t XYZ, 317 North Main St., Orlando, float on a billow of seafoam to
the soil when the water table is low- ::1\>'e are not in the combine.LAUTER'S away
Fla. 2-28-3t the Island of Rosebuds and Orange You where it will to make visit.
ered and the air admitted to it. latest inventions used Blossoms. can see pay you us a

Water seeps through it very slowlyor 11 first-class NOTICE Love an illusion?
not at all, according to how hard All members of Mendelssohn: It is not. And believe us, we

f it is and how thick the layer. (limbing Construction: Club vestry are of requested the Presbyterian to: meet at church the know. -0Invest-- I I Low Prices allRugs
The soil immediateyl under hard- next Tuesday night at eight o'clock. I Special on

pan is likely to be a white sand. This j JOHN M. CHENEY, President.TO Any one who has invested one dollar -I
sometimes spoken of as quick- ,.E. F.:
is {r> Thompson TilE ORLANDO TOURIST: or one hundred dollars in the improvement -
1 sand. -.. Lk NTIO'I' If you decide to locate here, I havea of Lake Eola Park must .
((2)) Hardpan serves a very useful beautiful home site overlooking feel that it was a wise investment as in stock for week
of New Yorkr
is Recently Colonial Park, Amelia one
purpose when sub-irrigation prac- near avenue; the improvements go forward and the
the water from leaching Curtis & O'Neals, Orange Ave.24d&wlm'. 3 large lots; $650 cash takes the
ticed. It keeps become beautifuland
surroundings more
!bunch. Address Owner, Box 733.
downward rapidly and carrying 2-28-61 I useful. If you have anythingfor

off with it soluble particles in the ---- this worthy object you should at

soiL is injurious when it NEW CHEF-AND-NEW SYSTEM OF SERVICE AT once call up offer Mrs. Whitman bushes or Mayor
((3) Hardpan Sperry and some rose or SALE COMMENCES MONDAY
V occurs in groves of any kind; in such shrubs or cash or all three.
places the water should be permanently --0--
lowered to a foot or so below The Plaza"Our ParegoricPhil

f the hardpan, which should be broken Armstrong sings as follows in Below is a few of the many low prices we are offerin -
11 up by dynamite or by cutting open his always interesting column of the
d through it. The water drained Times-Union this Rug Sale
ditches : great :
e from a hardpan area has been knownto Sunday Dinner will be the beste Little drops of pareGoric -

cause die-back in citrus trees lo- Will in the a spoon darling baby 9x12 Wilton Velvet Rugs $36.50 value . $29.50
.- cated on land free from hardpan. have ever served. We will give the From stop crying for the moon. ,

(4) Hardpan lands for may truck be advantageously crops- Right you are Phil but it is the 9x12 Axminister Rugs, $28.00 value . . $23.98
;. employed loice of two menus. I deadly opium that does it and the

and strawberries; some is farm likely crops to bee wise mama will put the "go" into the 9x12 Good Quality Velvet, $22.50 value, . $18.98
lo well ppon it; cotton far her baby medi- .
Paregoric so as
failure.orchard It should trees.be It avoided will usu-in "Get the Plaza Habit" cine is concerned. 9x12 Royal Kirmann Rugs, $38.00 value, a $29.98

-tally, planting be found cheaper in rather the end than ton --- f PRESS HUMORThe 9x12 Axminister Rugs, $24.50 value, for $17.98

have'> correct chosen defects suitable and doctor a young sick THIRTY CENTS I i FORTY CENTSSOUP[ Polite Stage 9x12 Royal Treman Rugs, $55.00 value, . $42.50

favorable years
v rrove. During extremely well on Imperial Chicken Soup Louisville Courier Journal: Velvet Extra $22.00 value $16.98
e .'trus trees do periods of RELISHES Imperial Chicken Soup "What's the matter with that rum- 9x12 Special, .

.d- "nfavorable hardpan! soil weather but during conditions many I Jed Tomatoes Olives Sliced Tomatoes RELISHES Celery I my fight out ?front" there? Does he wantto 9x12 Royal Ka Shan, cheap at $100, special, $73.50

of the trees will sicken. SALAD Queen Olives "Oh, no; he hasn't reached that Wilton 75.00 value $48.50
9x12 Savalan Royal
Chicken Salad stage. Just now he is telling' the .

GROWING PECANS. let of Trout_FISH, Mayonnaise Sauce Fillet Trout, :Mayonnaise\FISH: : Sauce gang from.what a nice family he comes 9x12 Matting Rugs, extra special sale price, $ 2.49

to pecan SALAD
best adapted
Land high hammock ENTREES Chicken Saute a la Florentine
known as
what is hrndreds of |ie Ribs cf Beef, au jus ROASTS
are acreses
of which there that Roast Leg of Spring Lamb Roast Young Turkey, Oyster
e t in and around low Apopka prices and on eaSYtenns ast Loin of Pork, Apple\ Sauce Cranberry Sauce Dressingand The lot advertised for $1200, ROOf GARDEN THEATRE MONDAY NIGHT

'r bought at the very present time but land Lamb Stow, a la PrintasniereVEGETABLES Prime Ribs of Beef, au jus with a reduction of $400.00, if
: very fast in our Roast Leg of Spring Lamb
values are increasing buyer would build, was boughtby
c: med
Cauliflower VEGETABLES

-, section I have a four acre grove of thee I Au Gratin Spaghetti Mashed PotatoesAu Mr. Samuel Brice of New I 4 REELS AT EVERY SHOW 4

shell pecans that I plant- Mashed:\ Potatoes__ Gratin, Spaghetti
'rpe paper ago and grafted them Creamed Cauliflower York. We have decided to of- On Monday A7if with every Paid .Admission to Roof Garden a
twelve years thirdi DESERTS""berry
n i ed in the grove. At DESERTIce fer another one. Dish of Hand's Pure Ice Cream will be given Absolutely Free!
third year few j Shortcake /.
I grafting they had a Ice Cream Cream Strawberry Shortcake
n year from and increased at the I BEVERAGES Malaga GrapesBEVERAGES BIG-U DRAMA 2 REELS. SIDNEY AYERS I
g nuts on them pounds fourth fre Corner lot, well located. Side-
of from fifteen and Tea :Milk\ "HER BARGAIN"i
Irate fififth year
year to 150 pounds from grafting i Coffee Tea Milk walks, water, lights, gas. North-

this year, the ninth year of perfect ort I REX DRAMA. BEN WISON F. NELSON I
pounds Orders served east. Will take
2,200 at all hours. I Short Orders at all Hours $1000.00. $600if
r I ninety trees, onlyAs "THE GIRL AND THE SPY"STERLING /
nuts from to buyer 'will.. build within one

1. enty price of of which nuts,are I have in no pound.trouble The toe OUR> COFFEE IS GOOD I year. COMEDY I

wt twenty-five cents trees per into bearing "LOVE AND DOUGH"Free ,

=, cost of bringing lessened the by cropping the Our Daily Meals at 30c.
be prepared by our I
at present
can I am
Adults 10c. Children 5
I land between the trees. of the Until 6 p. m. Nights, :.
.C, out another of the FrotcherL' !v chef cannot be excelled. I

sune kind, !which .are CARL DANK

1 and Teche varietyONAS LARSSON,

J piedmont..Fla'i Co.
g : YoweU-Duckworth

first in the
the news

Get .j [ he Fla Orlando's Largest Store. "Quality Did It."


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LD.. ii Moreman and J. Av '
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# cI3ANI : t yesterday in Leesburg ,
k % nf s matters.
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PAXXJUHECK : Wood, who has been
".v.ug &-..ves and friends in Titus- f' ...,;
\' , . ville is expected home today. t "

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1r PECAN TREES, Orange Trees. ); '' ,
\ 1 W. H. Brokaw, 116 S. Orange Ave. I
J / I, .... Mr. Julian Harris, one of the Sentinel's \ IJoink

; '.. ,: valuable right hand men,: left : ', "
.- tr last night for Cordele /
Ga.,' on "busi
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'-.T4KE CHANCE '. rid +

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones, and Mr. '
DON'T send money through the mails: If and Mrs. Levi Drake, of Hartford, -S- '
the letter is-lost,*the contents are lost and cash Conn., are spending several days in d/ :pl" : r .

seldom finds its,way back. Orlando guests at the San Juan.PF.CA .
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Think of SAFETY FIRST. ;
I i N 'TREES, Orange Trees. : ;
19J /
Buy a Bank Draft. If the draft is lost.we issue W. H. Brokaw, 116 S. Orange Ave. (iL .

k another don't lose a cent. Cost is.little, __ ,
-you Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Ford, of High- .:
-the security certain. land Park, Ind, are recent arrivals i i'
You can buy a bank draft here at the at the San Juan J .- '
hotel for a stay of: 1 ; / MEMBER FEDEBAlBESERYE:
Bank business day. '
any, some duration.Mr. ri
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The State Bank of Orlando .and Mrs J. H. Porter, of Tampa -

were among the visitors to Orlando THE "FEDERAL RESERVE" BANKING SYSTEM. OF ,

yesterday.. While here they made WHICH OUR BANK IS A MEMBER, IS THE BEST_ BANK-*
i their home at the San Juan hotel.

Mrs. J. A. Droege of New Haven,
Conn., is in Orlando, visiting Mr.' and WE CAN GET MONEY WHEN WE VAIT, BY TAKING

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KiTCHEN SALE Way and Joe Ferris, Jr, ,will return '
today to College Park, Ga.. where -J' s d BANK WITH US. '
J they are students at the Georgia .Mil
f -' : '
Hoosier kitchen itary Academy. ' -, The National '
'lOur cabinet
sale was abig ,'l., .r Peoples BanK, j'
= ,
success-last week.
ROSES, Roses, Roses. Phone 267.V. "
I This week we are going toextend you the II. Brokaw.Mr. :1i" "IT'S A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU." ;,

.f opportunity to buy a Schmoe cabinet on the and Mrs. John Ire, of Canton, .
... same liberal terms Ohio, who arrived early in the season
and have apartments at 6 Gould .
street, returned yesterday from a -
$1.00 and $1.00 Each WeekS visit in St. Cloud. ----s>.zr 4ttt.

thecabinets; in our window. Come in and Mr. Baylor Hickman left yesterday

.lett. demonstrate them for you. sev-eral:

'. A regular $32.50 cabinet, in this special club ]Films Developed

*plan.sale'at s only $27.50. I of."big fish." I

..... .PALMS, Palms, Palms. Phone 267 .. '
W.H. Brokaw. S 10 Cents Roll ;. '
4 1lw .- \\ fr..'
,Mrs. II. G. Brogdon and daughter, _. _- il
-'- Miss Helen, of York:: :.JVlaoQie; tarSre -- -.-- ....---.s.- Ai' __ ; '
'" --- *p ntfmg the--remainder of the seasonin Take films to '.' -,'

the state, are in Orlando for a few your '_ S, .,
j days, guests at the San Juan hotel. "

,-i<,. W.PALMS H. Brokaw., Palms, Palms. Phone 267. J(: Phaf'mac

., Mr. Frank Myers left last night for
Tampa to bring his car which he was
1 forced to leave in that city when he.
j went down to take in the Gaspanlla
1F festivities, on account of ram. lIe : .
their Kodak
F 0 expects to return today. Department unexcelled'. .

r rr r d Col. T. J. Watkins left yesterday complete stock of Kodaks and
afternoon for Arcadia, his old home, Films./ '
t.i i n where he will look after his business .
interests. Mrs. Watkins, who has been
t.r r- : spending several days there, will re-
O turn to Orlando with the colonel. &
rt '
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Mr. C. R. Carter has returned from -
i-i / Tampa where he and a party of con- r; j ,
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117iite Beauty" jriemal friends embarked in his pleasure I r. -K .
yacht for a week. lIe reports that \
if they all seemed to enjoy the fine fish- / i ,

f $ 1.00 DOWN AND $ 1.00 PER WEEK cruise.ing and good Oysters during the Friends. : : Op1n. _cI s j:, '"

Miss Katherine Padgett,--:daughter ; I
Oscar Hand -
t & Son L of Mr. and Mrt/Geb. W. Padgett, 500 !.
.. East street;, who his been in Balti- 4
. -- -- more, Md., for some time, has just S t
"I '
Convincing t
....111 III ttlltll III IIIII U IIII finished a business)course in one of proof
the colleges' in that city, and is againat
Banking service is the fact that a large :
home to the delight of many

l Artistic Souvenirs friends.A part of our new business arises from the A I

Mrs. Cornish's Tea Room from twelve I recommendation of present patrons. t.I.. .
to two today. Reserve your plates.
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S Sterling-Silver Spoons, Forks, Hand Frequently new patrons tell us that they :
Mr. E. A. : oreno, of the Florida a

\ ; ; Painted China, Crumb Trays and many Grower staff was in Orlando yesterday I are establishing relations with this Bank I '
interviewing the government experts -
\ ; : other useful and beautiful articles typi- W. W. Yothers, J. G. Grossen- because we have so satisfactorily served i
1! bacher, S. C. Hood, and A. O. Stanley, :;
i 'cal of Florida and Orlando thatvill prove along, their line of research in their .
their friends.
several departments as relates to the r
|I a source of great delight to your friends citrus'industry.' ... \,

; "back North." We also carry a complete :Messrs. C. A. Paxson and L. A. A consultation with one of,our officers

t : ine of up-to-date Jewelry. Our Repair Hough of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, spent ,
several hours in Orlando yesterday.
will convince you of the super service ;
Department They were returning home from a tour i t
i is in charge of most -
competent of the state and had been prospectingin i.
r .
workmen. DeSoto county in and around Ar- we offer. :
cadia. They are interested in Orange
county and have certain matters
pending which if they go through,

sional will necessitate visits to this them part paying d Florida.occa-. Orlaildo Bnk' &

T. H. EVANS .,THE CHRISTIAN____SCIENCE SO-* *v, Trust CoMpally

CIETY of Orlando, Fla., will give a N ,
JEWELER free lecture on Christian Science at Orlando's Conservative Bankr
the Lucerne theatre March 2, 1915,
at 8 p. m. All are cordially welcome. ,
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