Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00498
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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: March 3, 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: VID00498
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
lccn - sn 96027193
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Artillery Combats From Sea To Aisne KERN ASKING FOR RE- CONTRACT TO


Austro-Hungarian Fleet Has Become Busy and a Report Says

the Montenegrin Coast Has Been Bombarded Paris DR. ANNA SHAW MAY DISPATCH CONVEYS NEWS

Dispatch Says "Progress Continues"-Have Additional Support May Come Bills Were Paid, Routine Business OF DEFEAT OFF COASjr.

From New Members Who Discussed and Re- OF CHILE
i Captured Hundreds of Prisoners-Other I COME TOORLANOOAN

Will Don Toga After ports Were Listened ,
:. News From Bloody Front _

London March 2.-An Exchange telegram from the Hague says theAns EFFORT WILL BE MADETO

<\ \ "1 irT'T"f rman newspapers which publish a comment on the opera- Washington, March 2.-A deter- At the meeting of the Board of SECURE HER FOR

tions in the Dardanelles generally admitted it is only a question of time mined effort will be made by the County Commissioners yesterday the MARCH 13 I II Victory at Przasnysz Is Onfe of

before Constantinople will fall.Montenegrin. Democrats to establish a cloture rule Southern Paving Construction com- Most Gratifying Successes)
in the senate with the
Coast Bombarded beginning
pany, of Chattanooga assigned, with Committees Were Named Yet Obtained by i
London, March 2.-A Central News dispatch from Copenhagen states the next session.

that the Austro-Hungarian fleet has bombarded, the Montenegrin coast for Today forty-one Democratic sena- the approval of the Board, to the terda-1\lethodist Yes-j Russians .

the Albanian frontier. tors presented a petition to Caucus Southern Clay Manufacturing com- Has Been Offered for ,

Weather Calls Halt Chairman John W. Kern requestinghim I pany, of Chattanooga, its contract Meeting Place Copenhagen, March 2.-ReportJ received -

London March .-The attack of the Anglo-French fleet on the Darda- to appoint a special committee with Orange county for brick roads I in Berlin from Conception,

nelles has* been interrupted by unfavorable weather, but an Athens dispatch of five senators to revise the senate I construction work. After a discus- The executive committees of the South America, say the German auxiliary -

says that before the operations were suspended the two Turkish forts rules and report to the caucus at the I}I sion it was decided to start bricking Women's Equal Suffrage League and I cruiser, Prince Eitel Fredejich,
has sunk the
t at the narrowest part of the straits had been silenced. It is stated that : next session. I the Winter Park road next. the Men's Equal Suffrage League of English sailing vesselKi

the Turkish army massed on the peninsula for defense of Constantinople None of the Democratic membersof | The meeting was not as interesting Orlando met in joint session yester- I Dalton and the French sailing vessel -

consists of 100,000 men. I the standing rules committee will as previous meetings, and all of the day at the Cornish Tea Room and had I Jeal, after taking off the ue"'t-

be named. These men are conserva- I business was finished yesterday.
luncheon while they made plans for a
Paris tives and oppose such a change in The next meeting will be held on There are several towns nafied
Optimistic I huge suffrage rally to be held in Or-
SALOON ATTACKED BY the rules.It April 6.County. Conception in South America, but the
Paris :March 2.-Tonight's official lando, Saturday March 13, 1915. !
statement says: is believed a number of Repub- I Surveyor J. O. Fries pre- State President Miss Safford one probably meant in this disputch
"From the sea to the Oisne there lican Progressives will support these sented the map of the Christmas public sided, and stated that so many requests is on the coast of Chile. I,

have been artillery combats many of FLYING SQUADRON changes.In road which was accepted.The had come to her for a recall of

which were exceedingly violent. addition support is also expected action of Chairman M. O. Over- Dr. Anna Shaw for another addressin Russian Statement
the by some of the new senators who street in procuring transportation for Petrograd March 2.Victory I I at
"We gained an advance on Orlando that she had decided to
SPEAKERS AT MEETING will take their seats after March. Blanche Przasnysz is one of the most gratify-
whole front of the sector of Rheims Mrs. Baker and three chil- lay the matter before the local socie-
:f"this morning. LAST NIGHT TELL OF The committee named by Senator dren was confirmed.The ing successes yet attained by the Rus-
ties for their action, adding that she
Kern is unanimously for the cloture of J. S. Loveless R. II. sians. I ISo
"The enemy delivered some attacks 1 LIQUOR CURSES I petition thought it would be possible to get
,' which were easily repulsed. Between rule in some form and the personnel Kellogg and others for a public road Dr. Shaw to come here on her way to far only partial and in comparison -

Souain and Beausejour, our progress Former Governor J. Frank of the committee indicates clearly the I commencing at a point on the Orlando Miami, where she addresses a state- I with the vast armies arrayed
character of the to be made. along the whole front, small forces
continues. I Hanly of Indiana Is Down report I Clarcona and Winter Garden road, wide meeting on the 17th.
"At several points we .set foot in : one-fourth mile west of the east line After considering available dates, have been engaged.It .

some woods organized by the enemy I for an Address ANARCHISTS CAUGHT of section 35, township 21 south, it was decided to endeavor to get her is true the Germans are fleeing

and we progressed beyond the slope Today New York, March 2.-An attemptto "range 28 east, and running! north to for an address on the evening of the :to Mlaway and Dorzhell in disorder
of the summit which captured in I intersect the Orlando and Apopka I and they already have left more than
r blow up St. Patrick's Cathedral 13th, at 8 o'clock. Dr. Safford reported -
the last few days, and strong counter In his address last night Dr. Lan- and the arrest of two men by detect- clay road, the road to run through that the pastor and officialsof !ten thousand prisoners and an eirr-
drith, the Nashville Tenn., college mous amount of material and bootyin
Lakeville. The matter was taken un-
attacks have been repulsed.
ives who had been informed for the first :Methodist church had gen-
president, who is the South's only der consideration and will be the hands of the Russians while
p In the Argonne region and at Va- months of their activities, was followed a plat erously offered the use of their splen-
representative on the Flying Squadron fresh captures are being made every
quois all our gains of yesterday have by the announcement at police furnished.The did edifice for the meeting. The com-

been maintained. We have a hun- began with characteristic Southern headquarters today that the arrests semi-annual report of the mittees voted not only to accept the hour.
humor from The Przasnysz victory has undoubt-
passed quickly
dred prisoners near Pont a Mousson. gay had balked an anarchist plot to Kill county auditor was approved. kind offer but that the secretary Mrs.
to grave and closed with a fervent edly turned the latest German offen-
"The German night attack on the with bombs Andrew Carnegie, JohnI Kollick be instructed to convey the
appeal for the protection of the child, NOW IN ORLANDO sive from what was so loudly trump-
woods of Lepretre failed. Nothing Rockefeller, Jr., and other wealthymen. thanks of the united societies to this
t the school, the church, the home and eted in Berlin as a brilliant success
new on the rest of the front. The anarchists, according to people for their most welcome offer.
t the nation's life and character. E. Cliff Cohen, of Washnigton: D. into a complete fiasco.
in The committees
the police, were to inaugurate New following were appointed -
"For the individual" said he, "it is C., traveling passenger agent for the Its influence already is being felt.
York a reign of terror comparableonly to complete arrangements for
Brief Bulletins all of life and duty to be fit to live
A. C. L. will hereafter have his head-
to the days of the French revo- I the occasion: Mrs. Curtis on enter-
and fit to live with, for as man is fit
in Orlando. B.
lution. quarters George tainment Mrs. O'Neal music Mrs.
Ticked Off Wire to live here he will be abundantly fit ; ;
Wright had his headquarters here Stanley ushers; the Misses Switzer Orlando Life In
to live hereafter and if he is fit for
last season These two officials were
and Mrs. Kollick decoration Mrs. V.
At Late human beings to live with he will
in the city yesterday with J. G. Kirkland C. Starbuck literature and John F. ParagraphTRAVEL
grow fit for eternal saintly associa- County Tax Collector W. E. Mar- of Tampa. They all agreed that Schumann, on publicity.
tion. But if the saloon is permittedto tin will close the books April first. business could be better.
OF HEART DISEASE President Sperry of the men's TALK
do its work with and for him he There are still quite a number who
Laredo, Tex., March 2.-A. B. L. league, was present and stated that On Thursday afternoon, at 3 o'clock,
will be fit neither to live nor to live have not paid up and the matter DIES BROKEN NECK
Srivner, who is assistant general superintendent -I with. should be given attention if they dolt he was ready to give all the assist- I at Tourist Headquarters William J.

of the National Lines inI ance possible, and has called a meet- ; Fordney, a tourist from Lancaster,
: wish their property to be adver-
Del. :March: 2. Robert
Mexico died here today of heart dis- SUDDEN DEATH OF MR. J. E. tised as delinquent.Miss Wilmington, ing of the full membership of the Pa., who is spending the winter in
the star of
Layfield quarterback
Johns Hopkins whose neck was o'clock at the hall.
HONORED CITIZENMr. city Heathen Customs Temples Legends,
Pearl Landrum, of Louisville broken in the Hopkins-Lehigh
game It the unanimous that
VIENNA STATEMENT was opinion and the Cherry Blossoms of Japan.
Ky., who has been receiving osteopathic October 29, died at the home of his Orlando dis-
was enjoying especial
Vienna, March 2.-Following sum- J. E. Groves died this morningat -- -
treatments in Orlando of Dr. today. Layfield's case was ..
parents tinction this month in the numberof
12:30 o'clock of acute indigestion.Mr. CUPID BUSY DURING FEBRUARY
the Austrian
of developments on -
Buckmaster, will leave for her '
today recognized as practically hopeless
front was issued tonight by the Groves had just returned from distinguished people who are our County Judge Wm. Martin issued
home. She has been greatly benefited. from the first.
general staff: DeLand yesterday evening, where he guests and who come to us with mes- eighteen marriage licenses during the

"Despite repeated attacks by the had been for two days feeling as wellas I sages of eloquence on the highest and month of February. Twelve to white
usual. The family was awakenedby most absorbing topics of the times, and six to colored couples.
Russians, the battle on the Dniester DEATH BELOVED WOMAN ,ITO OPERATE BUS LINE ,
and that effort should be in
,river is resulting favorably to us. his call when a physician was no spared -.0--

The Russians have lost ground repeatedly hurriedly summoned to his bedside. i making the most out of these great SHERIFF HERE

The doctor hardly reached the home occasions.No Sheriff L. H. Ingram of Osceola
in the Carpathians especially -
Mrs. Mary E. Gibson Mother of Toledo, Ohio, Company Expectsto
in the United States
in the West Ozouk pass. The fighting when Mr. Groves passed away. woman en- county, was in Orlando yesterdayfrom
Mrs. George R. Newell, Inaugurate Delivery and joys prominence, or
gets .
is proceeding with extreme stub- Mr. Groves was an honored citizenof Kissimmee on official business.POLICE
bornness."' Orlando, having been engaged in Passed Away Yes- Carrier System for closer attention from the political and -.0--

the real estate business for many terday MorningMrs. Orlando social world than Dr. Anna Shaw, and COURT

AUSTRIANS DEFEATED years. lIe leaves a wife and four her coming to Orlando will be for His Honor had little difficulty in

Petrograd, March 2.-An official children :Miss: Minnie Miss Marian, Mary E. Gibson, mother of Messrs. II. :\Miller, V. C. Miller, good to all people. pronouncing sentence in police court

bulletin, issued tonight says the Austrians Mrs. Brown and Rev. Coleman Groves Mrs. George R. Newell, passed away and J. C. Smith of Miller-Smith-- yesterday for there was only one case,
i have been defeated in they now pastor of the Westminster Pres- early yesterday morning following an i i t t i f t . i i that of an overzealous solicitor at the
Miller Realty company, of Toledo
byterian church Memphis, Tenn., injury sustained in a recent fall. BOOST THE BARONS A. C. L. depot. In these days of so-
heavy, fighting near Stropke after six and for four years pastor of the Death occurred at the Newell resi- Ohio who have been spending the called depression he was going right

attacks. First Presbyterian church of Or- dence on Lake Cherokee where the winter in Orlando, left for their home Keep your eye on those yellow after business.

GUNBOAT BLOWN UP lando. deceased had made her home for yesterday, but will return to Orlandoin badges reading "Boost the Barons -0--

Mr. Groves was born in Kentucky.The many winters. She was a beloved I I October and will engage in an extensive - Orlando FUu, 1915." The CITY COUNCIL
Washington March 3. Dispatches
family connection is large and of woman and had won an endearing' people wearing them have purchased The city council held a session yes-
Merchants' Union
the reports that Carranza's gunboat state. The family has, for many Short services were held at the res- !I City Auto-bus line. ,. Ball Club series of games to be only. The city treasurer's report j

Progreso, in the harbor of the town years, made Orlando their home and idence yesterday afternoon and in the They are experienced men in these played in Orlando. In this: way showed a February balance of $19,-

41 .. of that name, was blown up three,oft the father will be buried here. evening the remains were taken to lines and will give the business men I- they have assisted the local committee 262.56; total receipts for February j

}te, crew killed and the rest saved by The hour for the funeral services Frederick Md, for burial. The deceased of Orlando and their patrons splendid in financing the enterpriseand $4,449.66; warrants paid, 12727.13;
American vessel off Morro
t q will be announced when Rev. Mr. was born at Frederick, Md, service.It I- also helped Orlando. Be a city clerk's report-amount of war-

Coleman Groves is heard from and July 9, 1853. She was the wife of booster and root for the Barons. rants drawn, $12,008.

TRIAL SET it is known when he can reach Or- Alexander Gibson, a prominent Balti- is their purpose to operate their J. L. Giles or H. L. Beeman will -

K j -f Albany; N.: Y., March 2.-An ap- lando from Memphis. more Methodist minister. She is sur- bus line on all the bricked and hard I. supply you with tickets. LOVING CUPST.

't. .peal by former Police, Lieutenant vived by two children, Mrs. Newell, surfaced streets of the city on a reg- t . . . 4 i . f . H. Evans, the jeweler, is showing

Becker from the second conviction for THE WEATHER of Orlando and Dr. Frank M. Gibson, ular schedule from a central station a window full of loving cups from

the murder of Rosenthal was set for 'Florida: Fair Wednesday except of Baltimore. ,The remains were accompanied the same "as street car service. The New 50c- story by an Orlando author which the Winter Park golf dub will

'argument ''March 24 by the court of rain in extreme north. Thursdayrain. to Maryland by Mrs. New- i fare will probably be ten cents any- "Mystery of Castle Green." make a large selection to be used for

appeals today. ell. i where in the city. Crrtis O'Neal Orange avenue. ,prizes and trophies.
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(By W. S. Branch) DAY'S MEETING SQUADRON OF FLYING OF i Seeds Seeds Seeds* I '

Philadelphia Ledger:
West and Church Streets The man who had failed for $13753.98 ,- "Had not the party loyalty divorce NEW STORE
Splendid service Excellent rooms. Hot and cold water. One of the best
laughed court been men'spolitics
uproariously. so separating
cooks in the state. Rates 7.50 per week and up. Special: rates to parties
wishing: table board. "Those fool papers," he cachinated, from men's religion," said NEW SEEDS

W. G. DUNCAN, Prop. "put my failure under 'Business Trou- Dr. Landrith, "the liquor problem ,
b1 es. would no longer vex us. We would

- - -- For he had managed to fail without then be all agreed that the man for Sweet Corn, Field Corn, Peas, Beans, Etc. W* .
ROSSMORE INNWindermere the slightest trouble to himself. whom the Golden Rule has no attractions '
guarantee our seeds to be fresh.
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and the
-- Decalogue no ter-
Three Per :Minute: rors, has no business in politics while Drug!
be disappointed come to for
This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric Sunday was not a very good day the man who votes as he prays and < <

lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with for automobiles but from three prays as he votes, and who both ; ; and Garden Seed.

Lath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish- : i'closk until five in the afternoon they prays and votes for the public weal -I I

ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. I passed> the corner of North Orangeand and not for private interests has no
Livingston avenues at the rate of usiness out of politics.
---- - ---- --- nearly three a minute. An accurate "The civic indolence of the uprightis
The Osceola Pocono Manor Inn count for fifteen minutes was madeat itself a capital crime of bribe taking City Drug* Store"A i

three different times during the for the man who would vote

Orlando, Florida Pocono Manor, Pa period. right if he voted at all simply sellsis I GOOD DRUG STORE." '
ballot for the price of labor
-- -- a day's -
J. w. HI :uI LEY Thanks! when he pleads that he hasn't J. :L. DEA Ph.G. L

Jacksonville has one on all Florida time to go to the polls. ,
MANAGERVISIT cities now; a sub-postoffice station. "The saloon is an unmixed evil and \
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But St. Petersburg still has the biggest unmixed evils are never necessary

"COLLIER GROVE"-ON LAKE APOPKA ; postoffice.-St. Petersburg Times. evils. Even Satan, whose it is and

FOR THE BEST FISHING And Orlando has by far the largest whom it serves, has never been fool

On main country road, four miles east of Clermont and three miles west of public lobby and the best looking and enough to call liquor selling a virtue. ,

Ookland; 16 miles west of Orlando, at Bear's Gap Station, T. & G. R. R. most accommodating postmaster. Shall the church now ground her .
Parking: place for Autos. Fine Pier and Pavilion and Picnic Grounds. Tripsto -- -- arms because the saloons have madeof .

wonderful "Boiling Springs." Steel :Motor: and Row Boats, well equipped, Mean Tampans! certain political parties so many THERE'S A REASONWHY
for hire. Agents for Ferro Motors and Mullin's Steel Boats. There are some very good men in :ities of refuge?

Oakland Office with T. Connell, Grocer. Telephone at residence, "Collier Tampa and there are some mighty "Men ought always to pray,-for

Grove," call Monte Verde. Pavilion on pier. Can be engaged for dancing mean creatures in the form of men good laws and good officers-'and not
who live down there. One of them to faint'-in their endeavor to answer
was arrested the other morning for with their resolute citizenship their ?

expectorating on the door knob of a own pious prayers.

TOURISTS ATTENTION! barber shop. The judge should sentence "Confidently expecting liquor dealers -
him to sit in that barber's chair and their partisans to resort to

We Serve the Finest Meals hi Orlando and enjoy a dry shave with a dull every method, fair or foul-mostly 1

Prepared by our New York Cook razor in the hands of an apprentice foul-to prevent and afterward to
of T no experience. After the performance discredit wholesome legislation, even

100 Rooms Bath Steam Heat. is over, the barber should be allowed the most godless part of the world is
to rub the lump of alum on amazed when professed Christian citizens { JOY

the sore spots.LETTERS do not stand together for law
Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water and order and temperance. He is his To the letters
a re-
TO THE SENTINEL party's best friend who fights its bad you
EMPIRE HOTEL aims and its wicked candidate. ceive if they are writtenon
Orlando, Fla., March 1, 1915.
"Democracy must be decent or die!
Editor Sentinel: stationery that is' of
54 "Republicanism must be
respectable -
Light Housekeeping Rooms
letter dated
Noticing a January 27,
runiner! fine and
1915, in the Sentinel signed by a Mr. or quality correct
""Progressivism must be or
R. M. Fullager in which he asserts pure shape.
Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round it is pre-ordained to perish.!"
the Italians and Jews, claiming most
European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite Italians are Jews (by mistake only, HIGHLAND LINEN
I suppose), of cornering the vegetable sfills
-4 v) )j/- .. = every requirementof
market in New York and make
Lt: Carl Dann has sold to :Miss: Kena
,- "o the public at large pay 300 per cent the most exacting
Fries three beautiful city lots. Miss
profit; he also quotes Roosevelt to
Fries' who is the daughter of the veteran customer because it: is"CRANE"
have said that they are an undesirable -
county Mr. J. O. Fries
class of citizens (which Roosevelt surveyor quality.
continues to show her faith in Orlando fi? .mrr TJ ,
may have said about individuals bat
never would have said so about a by purchasing additional property.TO l.l llliJYL llNUJV.. S. Branch

whole nation whether Italians, Jews,

Not always the illiterate foreigner
makes the poorest citizen as our emi- II. Newbury, who has so successfully -
THE ARCADE HOTELJ. grations of Germans, Hollanders and brought to a close the sale of -r-
auction lots in Orlando, departed -
Scandinavians. have proven to make yesterday
B. MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop. only good and desirable settlers, Belgians for Bartow, where on Fridayhe Special Priced For Special Reasons '
will conduct another notable auction -
First Class Restaurant and Autosin and Jews not excepted, but alsoas
Livery good citizens as in some countiesin sale.TENNESSEE. IN ORDER THAT I MAY GO NORTH TO MY BUSINESS |

Building in Connections Ohio that sold out their votes I A good 6-room house, 1 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800 &

Orlando, Fla. presume to the highest bidder, and Iam ASSEMBLY RECONVENES full bearing Orange Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two.
pretty sure they were not illiterate blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office. In .
- tion to making a home this property will make a yearly return on !
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and knew what they were doing the investment of from 10 to 25 per cent, according to crop and
Tf this Mr. R. M. Fullager lives in Nashville, Tenn., :March: 1.-The market conditions price 8500.00; also tI a

'Orlando I would like to meet him to Tennessee legislature reconvened to- My Residence Property in Winter Park 12-room, New Modern .
] rove the unjust remarks about Belgians day after a month's recess. Fifty I dwelling with e\ery city convenience. Lake front 20 acres of a
ORLANDO ROOFINGAND and Jews and other nations hemay lays of the session remain. : land highly improved 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees irrigated '
garden. Property is close in, well located close to the new fl
include aside from the mentionedraces. Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough for
The Orlando basket ball team and the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16- 4
SHEET METAL CO. HENRY BENEDICT. their chaperone Miss Zillah Shepherd 500 and will give possession in 30 days. ..
To any agent that sells the above described property for me I tI
returned to Orlando yesterday
will pay a commission of Five per cent reserving the right to list
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TIlE MODERN LENT afternoon. They had a big time in
the property at will or to sell it myself.
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos The Lent observance of today is atypical Ocala and were delighted with their
instance of the softening entertainment during their short vis- I RIX F. I EEZ RL

and Rubber Roofings down of modern times. Some would it. They were taken automobiling
all it the enervation of the present yesterday morning, and altogether ""
had most enjoyable visit.-Ocala Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places.
Cornices Skylights. Heating. Ventilating, Metal Ceilings period With many people the Lenten : a
observance is simply the trading Banner.

off of one amusement for another. If -
Works 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO -
: :Miss: Dorothy Daniel arrived yesterday -
they drop dances during the fasting '.1'111111111111.11.1".111".111..1.1"11,1. "
period they are likely to make it up afternoon from Orlando andwill ,

by> more card parties or visits to the spend the week-end with her '
theatre. parents, Dr. and Mrs. L. T- Daniel. REAL ESTATE

That Lent is a benefit to the devotees -Cocoa News.
of high society will be admitted -

even by the most bigoted antagonists -
of the churches.In aWe
The lot advertised for $1200,
these circles a daily and dizzy

output of balls and receptions teas II with a reduction of $400.00, if buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.

and cards is turned out as seriouslyas t
if this were real life. It has aU'' buyer would build, was boughtby If you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call

the: nervous strain of hard labor. It'' Samuel Brice of New
Mr. and talk your wishes over with us.
has not the tonic effect and human interest -
of any real service. No won- York. We have decided to of- '
The manager of this firm has had years of exper-
I d alt w der that the people who live this life
fer another one.
C LJ are chronic sufferers with nervous ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a j
prostration. Lent at least stops the

J 1 game for a few weeks. Corner lot, well located. Side- million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last

For people of the more intense typeof
faith, the act of fasting is felt to walks, water, lights, gas. North- two years. '

i have virtues. Life to themis
peculiar east. $1000.00.VilI take $600 We are well posted on the values of all classes and
a gross and fleshy thing, the soul -

continually hobbled by the coarse and if buyer will build within one kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all i;

carnal body, with its eating and 3
drinking, the lust of the eyes and the year. bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real
flesh. From that point of view, the i

s r atST j 11.r 11. r abstention from physical pleasure is Estate Bargains. fWARING { ;

purifying, even if bodily weakness
follows and the result' enables one to
see through this veil of sense into the
real and vital spiritual world aboutus. CARL DANN

Nothing you can buy is so important as your medicines. Your REAL ESTATE COMPANY I !
health and very life sometimes depends upon the purity and k

proper strength of the drugs you take. REPORTS CONDITIONS FAIRA.

When you get your drugs from us you get them pure and E. Lang, district commercial REAL ESTATE R. D. WARING, Manager A

fresh; our beautifiers are harmless. manager for the Western Union, was
Buy all drug store things from us all the 'round
your year in Orlando yesterday from Jacksonville -
and 6 Watkins Block
Rooms Phone
No. 631 t
and you will never go anywhere else for them. his headquarters. He reported

MERJE'S PHARMACYTHE conditions here to be most excellent.In COMPANY r 11-15-tf
the remainder of the district theyare

REXALL STORE only fair. 1..II..II..IIII..I..I..I..I.,

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NEW YORK. NEW JERSEY AND t'(Johnston, Bloomburg, Pa.; F. F. MEET IN MIAMI MARCH 2;; \'isitliami.:: .
PENNSYLVANIA PICNIC Flee, Meadville, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs.D. ,
.Lucerne Theatre.
AT RUSSELL'S POINTSATURDAY I B. Chamberlin, Lisbon, N. Dak.; The Florida Press Association will Just what the submarine strength '

Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lucas and daughter meet in :Miami\ on March 2.;>, 2G, and I of the warring nations was at the beginning i!
I Lisbon, N. Dak.; :Mr.\ and Mrs. 27, and the program is one of the of the is ONE NIGHT ONLY
war not definitely
W. D. Gorsline, New York; E. A. I H. C. Sweet, Glens Falls, N. Y.; Flor- best that has ever been arranged for known
but according to the best authority TUESDAY
Orton, Mrs. Orton, Mr. and Mrs. H.0. ence C. Bell, Glens Falls, N. Y.; Mr. the delectation of the press gang. available, England and France MARCH 9thThe

Kuhl, and Mrs. Mary Addison, Northeast R. H. Hopkinson, South Columbia, N. The following program, arranged by each had 76 submarines and sub mer- Social and Musical Event of the Season
. Pa.: Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Wolf, Y.; Mrs. J. N. Prince, Randolph, N. the executive committee and given out sibles, Russia 37, Germany 24, and The N. Y. Astor Theatre Triumph
Y.; Mr. and :Mrs. J. Dunkin, Mayfield, for publication today, will be carriedaut .Austria 6. This gave the allies a to-
Walter L. Wolf, Ripley, N. Y.; Mr. N. Y.; Mrs. Anna R. Malson, West- ; with a few changes that may ocr tal of 193, and Germany and Austriaa -
Waggoner, Ohio; Mrs. E. A. Potts chester Pa.; Mildred Smith, Lake- in the regular routine.
of 30. By this time, however
and Joseph Potts, New York; Mr.and wood, N. Y.; Mildred Gibbs; Lake- Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock the these have a
figures undoubtedly undergone
Mrs. Hufnal, Ocean Grove, N. J.; S. wood, N. Y.; Mary C. de Mutelle, association called to order by Presi- I I
a great change, as all the belligerents -
Bush Northeast Pa.; Mrs. Emma Chester, Pa.; Mrs R M. Hartzell, dent R. J. Holly, Herald, Sanford. have been and are still busilyat I
Bingham, Ripley, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs.C. Northampton, Pa.; :Mrs. W. P. Mole, Address of Welcome, by Mayor work building more and larger 'I
W. Hahn Bayonne, N. J.; Mrs. Northampton, Pa.; Mrs. Charlotte John W. Watson. submersibles.
This war is demonstrating I
Chas. Hoessnick, Jeffersonville, N. Y.; Ulie, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.; Mr. and Response, by President R. J. Holly. ]
beyond a doubt that the sub-
W, W. Konwenhoven, Brooklyn, N. Mrs. Geo. M. Mead, Glens Falls, N. Address of welcome, by president of marine is the most potent of war ,,
Y.; Cecil Orton, Northeast, Pa.; Ale- Y.; :Mr.\ and Mrs. Spencer, New York; the Board of Trade, G. Duncan Bros- vessels and in the future will be Book and Lyrics by Channing Pollock and Rennold Wolf,
tha M. Hugg, Northeast, Pa.; Rev. Lena B. Spencer, New York; Mr. and siere. more carefuly and more numerously I Authors "The Beauty Shop" "My Best Girl," "The
Edward T. Poulson, Orlando, Fla.; Mrs. Byard, Paterson, N. J.; Mrs. E. Response by C. O. Codrington, vice- provided for than any ather method Perfect Lady Etc. Music by Charles Gebest.
. Mrs. Sarah E. Thompson and Edith Rogerson, Ramsey, N. J.; Mrs. E. J. president of the Florida Press Asso- of warfare.
Thompson, Lockport, N. Y.; Mildred Palis, Ramsey, N. J.; :Mrs. Geo. M. ciation. I A Splendid Company of 50
C. Boyce, Glens Falls, N. Y.; Clifford Sweet, New Jersey; Fanny L. Finch, Friday :Morning\
I T. Worthley, Derry, N. H.; Marion Coopertown, N. Y.; U. Seely, Newark, Paper, The Value and Necessity of AMERICAN:\ DUTY I INCLUDING

F. Nye, Marion, Mass.; Ethel M. N. J; D. S. Bardo, New York; Mr. Cooperation, M. F. Hetherington, Tel- I WILLIAM PRUETTE Jr.-LIllIAN LUDLOW
Worthley, Derry, N. II.; Arthur W. and Mrs. II. M. Winslow, Miss Nor-i egram, Lakeland. We are not pro-British, pro-Slav America's
Cary, Glens Falls N. Y.; J. E. Baker, man. Carcom, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. I Discussion opened by S. J. Triplett, pro-French, pro-German or proTurk.We Foremost Ball Room Dancers
Laconny; Mrs. Wilbert B. Turner, i W. U. Jenkins, Wolcott, N. Y.; J. C. t. Cloud Tribune. are proAmerkan.e have TilE CUTEST SINGING AND DANCING CHORUS IN

East Cape May, N. J.; Mrs. John Glendening, Geneva, Ind.; W. Oberg, Paper, How Do You Do It? RayL. I abundant troubles of our own. We ALL CREATION
Harvey, Huberta Harvey, Gertrude Jameston, N. Y.; and many others Neal, superintendent Record Com- cannot fight Europe's battles. We : Entire Original Scenic and Electrical Production
Indian Harbor Ind. Mrs. owe loyalty to no foreign country. In
Harvey ; who failed to register. pany, St. Augustine.:;
PRICES: Sl. O. $1.00, 73c. and ;50c.
the settlement of our international
Belle Hipp, Michigan Mr. and Mrs.
; Discussion {
opened Thom-
by Wayne
problems, "Amerika Ueber Alles" is : Seats on sale 9 a.m. Saturday, Mar. 6 at Estes Drug Store
Richard de Mutelle, Chester ,
county WHEN A SUBSCRIBER GETS 's, Sourier, Plant City, and partici-
Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bouton, Mar- ANGRY arted in by W. A. Russell, News, Pa- the only possible motto for us.Boston -[

athon, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Carl latka; O. T. Conklin, Herald Miami, Globe. I II I
Chittenango, N. Y.; Mrs. Orie E. Monroe When a subscriber gets angry and and others. I --- -- ---- ----- - --- ---

,t Waltham, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. stops his paper he should poke his Friday Evening : CONTRACTOR: I
E. C. Gorsline, Geneva, N. Y.; Mr. finger in a bucket of water, pull it out Annual Address, by Dr. Walter Wil- R. N. SEYMOUI; is the man to see I

and Mrs. C. H. Orburn, Chittenango, again and then look for the hole. Then liams, dean of the School of Journalism ing before to letting build and contract want,the if you best are house go- I I
N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Graves, he will know how sadly he is missed University of Missouri, Colum- possible for money invested.
Carolyn Graves, Wolcott, N. Y.; Mary A man who thinks a paper cannot bia, Mo, 8 o'clock. P. O. Box 195. LPhone 478. This space belongs to
Tinklepaugh, Irvine Tinklepaugh, So- survive without his support ought togo Terse, Tart and Timely Topics of 2-18-lmoc I
dus, N. Y.; G. H. Tinklepaugh and off and stay a while. When becomes interest to Newspaper Publishers will
'J he
wife, Sodus, N. Y.; G. Lupperlund, back half his friends will not talked of by Lew B. Brown, Inde- Co-Operatiuii !Produce Fxeliangc
New York city; Carl Reshall, Emporia know he was gone and the other half i ,endent and W. L. Straub, Times, St. D. K. Davidson
Pa.; J. Cramer, Spring Lake, N. will not care a cent, while the world Petersburg; George A. McClellan, I Watch it for future announcements
J.; Sheridan E. South Bradley Beach, at large keeps no account of his Metroplis, Jacksonville, and Willie B. GOLF INSTRUCTOR
N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. H. Milton Adrit, movements. You will find things you '! Powell, Sun, Clearwater. Orlando Country Club
. Schenectady, N. Y.; Mrs. D. G. Irons, cannot endorse in every paper. Even | Saturday :Morning\ !
New Egypt, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. A. the bible is rather plain and hits some Paper, Advertising, Get Your Money Telephone No. 249. '
, Hoefs, Portage, Wis.; Alice Brady. pretty hard licks. If you were to get "{ Gilbert D. Leach, Tribune, Tampa, I'
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Spring Lake, N. J.; Bertha Lan en- mad and burn your bible the hundredsof 9 o'clock. -------

bach, Buffalo, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. A. presses would still go on printing Saturday Night Established 1870
Eaton, New Jersey; Mr. and Mrs. J. it. and when you stop your paper and I Banquet given by Miami Board of E. COCHRAN CO.,. Inc. II IIR.
S. Irving, Westfield, N. J.; Geo. L. call the editor names, the paper will "rade. 132 Park Place, New York
Shinn, New Egypt, N. J.; Nettie Car- still be published and what is still The railroads have given rates of I
Wholesale Dealers and
penter, Jamestown, N. Y.; Mrs. S. C. more youll read it on the sly. Ex. about 1 1-2 cents per mile round trip, Commission I THERE'S A REASON
Clarkson, Plainfield, N. J.; Mrs. C. S. which is one of the cheapest rates ever Merchants in Florida Orangesand
Fleek, Lakewood, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. A friend of ours writes and asksus given the association. Credit for this Grapefruit I

O. C. Nickerson, Winthrop, Mass.; if we like Florida as well as we is due J. H. Rahnor, G. P. A. Florida Represented by I

H. E. Butler, Jamestown, N. Y.; Mrs. do Kansas. We most certainly do or East Coast Railway. The rate from Geo. W. Tull, Orlando Fla.
J. M. Braly, Spring Lake, N. J.; Mrs. we'd back. We didn't steal which ,
go any each town in the state in a WHY ?
Ella Miller, Boston, Mass. Mrs. C. Liberal advances made on con-
; horses there before we came south, newspaper is published will be sent to
W. Rowe, Keeseville, N. Y.; Mrs. and we have no patience with anyone the various papers and they will be signments.R. .
+ Newlon Cornish, Wayne county Pa.; who*will stay where they are not requested to publish the same for the E. Cocnran, President.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Harris, Whitehall satisfied just to have something to information of the public, as underhe T. L. Turney, Treasurer.
N. Y.; W. G. Galpin, Stock- growl about.-Florida Chief. state law any one can take ad- 1-22-2m

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I To the. Highest: ::Bidder

t The Two Propositions as described below will be sold to the Highest Bidder on the Following Conditions

We expect parties interested in either of the two propositions to send their sealed bids to the Florida

Real Estate & Investment Co., care The State Bank of Orlando and nclose check on any bank in Or-

lando for 10 per cent of the amount of the bid. The Florida Real Estate & Investment Co. will reserve

the right to reject any bid not covering the price given in sealed envelope by the Company to The State

Bank of Orlando. The price will be very conservative as we will give purchaser the benefit of all ex-

pense of autos, gifts, brass bands, auctioneers, etc.Proposition .

Proposition No. 2

No. 1
A gem of a Five-Acre Orange Grove inside of the city limits,
which will prove to the purchaser an asset and not a liability. We
all know what assets, also what liabilities mean, especially in Orange -

The Benedict residence located on corner East Central Avenue Groves. Assets in Orange Groves mean a revenue from the
day of the purchase, a liability of grove means to put more money
and West Street, overlooking Eola Park, 75 feet by 126.. The
out on the grove for two, three or more years until the turning
house contains on first floor, four rooms, kitchen and laundry, and point comes, and sometimes this turning point never comes. The
five planted with 6 and 8 old and
acres are year Orange GrapeFruit
second floor, 4 large bed rooms, bath room and attic. All rooms
trees, which are at their best, uniform in size and remarkare -
decorated by an artist of New Haven, Conn. A well-equipped ably free from disease of any kind. The improvements are above

Garage on the premises, also Palms and Fruit trees, etc. Sewerageconnections the average. A seven-room house in Al condition, and a large
barn. This Grove is an asset grove, and will yield not less than
made, and both streets are bricked paved. 20 per cent on the investment. Possession can be given within

SO days from purchase.

Both Propositions must be investigated to appreciate the truthfulness of all statements madein

this ad and reasons given why the owners will dispose of such valuable properties at an unpre-

cedented low price. Call at our office and we will explain. ([All bids will be opened in your

presence---the time will be announced in this space.



Phone 570Incorporated Over Peoples National BankORLANDO
Total Responsibility:

$25,00.00 paid up $50,000.00

Surplus ___________$25,000.00

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AND ALL TilE TIME I I miles east of Altamonte Station; Completely Furnished '-"
South Florida SentinelMORNING about 15 acres cleared, and enough
Always just a notch ahead of the
wire on the place to fence this; some
AND WEEKLYW. other journals the Tampa Tribune fine vegetable land number of nice Home Including i
M. GLENN .....................Editor i I lakes around it. ; Price a I a
W. C. ESSINGTON ......Bannm ManacrrEntered Publishing company comes out withan $650 cash. i
I W. A. Branner, Maitland, Fla.
80-page magazine, "Semi-Tropic I 3-3-3t Fine Piano r
at the postoffice at Orlando. FlorIda I
mm Second Clmaa Mail Matter. Development Year Book, 1915," issued -..aIII -.
as a supplement to the Tampa

DaiJ 1 Year SUBSCRIPTION.............RATES........... 15.00 Morning Tribune for March 1. The Two Handsome AT A GREAT BARGAIN .,. "
Daily. < Months ...................... 2.50 magazine is a work of art, as is everything -i
lJ: ib. 3 Months ........_............. 1-2S Modern residence ol nine
Daily.: 1 Month ....................... 60 published by the Tribune. I

Weekly. 1 Tear ...................... 11.00 The cover design is in red and green, Lake Front rooms and bath. Complete
showing the peninsula bathed with

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN the sparkling waters of the Gulf and Grove and Home ly furnished. Fine locationfor

Atlantic. Three maidens, probably MEN !
ADVERTISERS: rooming house. Largelot
modernized mermaids, are in the fore-
Copy: for display: and all other hand-set PropertiesOne
advertising mast be handec in at the haiiaraajffiee ground. One of the pretty girls is 77x225. Garage and servants -
of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. resting on the substantial mainlandat
the day: before p."Ii ation. This role appliesto Beautifuloak
changes for contract adverti inrt it is a point where Orlando is located, quarters. DO YOU CONSIDER
Invariable and will be strictly: adhered to.Subaeribers and the two other bathers are swim- shade trees and some

desiring TW Sentinel discontinued ming towards her, all of which may of them is the pret-
should notify the office in writing on fruit. Owner will sacrifice at APPEARANCES?
the date of expiration: otherwise it will be be taken as an indication that Orlando tiest lake front location in I
continued at the regular suhwription rates is the mecca not only for the investor only :$7000. Terms half cash Our Men's Furnishing Department is
until notice to stop is received.Telephone the State of Florida with established -
Numb r ...................... 24 I and capitalist, but for the fair I I on high lines-lines that appealto
and balance and
sex who have an eye for the esthetic large acreage and a most i, 2 3 years.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1915. the men of discriminating tastes-to
and beautiful.We modern dwelling.The I I
can not say that the art for Business Men-to Professional \Ien-to: t
Orlando has been put back on the other has Cooper & Atha
baseball the cover design is of a premier qual- a fine men who take a pride in their personal

map. ity for this most excellent magazine. grove, with modern improvements appearance, and to men who know values
o 114 South Orange Are, Ground Floor
If you must practice exaggeration, Indeed, this is the only objection we I and worthy of and are judges, keen judges of the differ-
can see to the entire publication, whichis Phone No. 311
don't try it on your troubles. I any further improvements ence between good and indifferent material -
magnificently illustrated with
-i) I desired. and
countless scenes of Florida, showingas
King: March has not as yet donned .
words not the beauties of this These
I are high priced
his armor. Let us hope he won't.
We Stock the
o prosperous state and its manifold at- properties, but they are Only

You will find reading Sentinel want tractions.A dozen. full page art selections I both big bargains. VENEER CORES

ads. to be a most profitable
prac- embellish the magazine, including everything -i I
tice. I IN
: from sunset on Lake Toho- I

The U. S. A. holds first place, all of pekaliga to Tampa's new city hall. Strand Up believe we have the "Acme" of Tail-
Then there are a score of develop-
citizens.the time, in the hearts of all good ment articles covering with that Tri- S. G. Dolive <& $Son FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AXD ored of arts, in the well known manufacturers -

bune characteristic thoroughness all OAK WOOD
The national drug law went into effect of South Florida with its premier resources REAL ESTATENo. Orlando Wood YardB. HART SCHAFFNER AND MARX
and its brilliant future possi-
March first. Dopies of all degrees Our Spring styles are now in. The
bilities. 3 WEST PINE STREET Kingsley, Proprietor
take notice. Orlando comes in for its share of PINE STREET AND R. R. pleasure is mutual when showing this famous -

D Second Floor Telephone 344 firm's productions.
the publicity for which Stovall, Lam-
Probably not before a day or two 9-30
bright et al. are duly thanked.
prevous to the millenium will some Q
The magazine shows to an amaz-
parents cease to let their children use - ----
ing degree the thrift of Florida journalism '
revolvers for playthings. dj
----...-- i and attests that the development I 1
of the publishing business in
It is one of the far reaches of war
Florida is with other states.
on a
that the shot fired in the Dardanellesmay 1t
For deveopment the Florida Press
bring down the 6-cent loaf in
has stood in the foreground, boosting,
New York.-New York World.
o .struggling, fighting and mustering
strength to bring to this state great-,
The allied fleet is knocking at the
I er prestige, power and recognitionfrom / lDENS'
doors of
Constantinople, and as the
her neighbors. When Florida
knocking is done by the aid of 15- I

t inch hearing guns, the it.-New Sultan York has no World.difficultyin does commonwealths attain that which supremacy she has among been '. Lake Eola and Eola ParkThe i

.. seeking for many years the hat must
r t
come off to enterprising journals reflecting -
The state legislature with its many r
the fearless spirit of the :
and varied thrills will soon be upon
Morning Tribune. i
Florida and there is much local inter- I
Along with the beautiful magazine SHIRTSIn
est attached to this year's session
which promises to be noteworthy. The published by the Tribune comes the time is now ripe for an investment in this par-
Miami Herald South Florida Magazine -
stocking the "Manhattan" make
domination of railroad and liquor interests ( we
will be fought on closer lines of more than fifty pages, also ticular section of the city. Property well bought will be simply voice the exclusive haberdashersof
laden with illustrations and
heavily New York. We
than ever before. Insurance legisa- carry identically the
tion prison problems, and special articles. It is not as repre- same designs and the newest effects that
; even wo sentative a magazine as that pub- absolutely certain of producing a profit. I have two or
man's suffrage are a few of the wor- are on exhibition there are with us herein
lished the Tribune but it is a not-
by silk in Madras in
ries that will face the solons. The ,
able production and one that will goa three offerings which I can recommend as sure MONEY-
Bryan primary bill will come in for towards bringing confi- AND PRICES ARE THE SAMEYOUR
its share of the dissension. long ways I
dence to the South Florida section.In MAKERS.Call I

-o the past few months all of the
The person that tries each day to ,
in Florida, with possibly and let
do a little something that will cause newspapers me show them to you.
the exception of the northwest sectionof i
smiles to drive away tears; that will II It I
the state, have come out with state
put sunshine into sad heart that e
a ;
I and special editions. All of the newspapers i!
will in a word make associates better
i have "spread themselves" in
and and cheerful, that
happier more
: giving to the public booster editions
of God's noblest of crea-
person one .that are a credit to the state, showing -
tures and is a benefactor to all man- citi- Tar
its splendid
its resources,
kind. Smiles and cheerful words in I.
zenry, its struggling, fighting busi- S.Y.WAYInsurance
this world are worth so much. Like ness and professional men, and its "= H09
the pebble dropped into the lake, they
manufacturers and agriculturists. ;
cause the wave to go on and on and j,

on, rippling merrily, and find lodg- Don't overlook the o want ads. and Real Estate Agent

ments in hearts. They are God's best I Ii i SHOESAre

; agencies. I j PHONE 172 ;
o DoctorsBuekiuaster
TIIRTY-TWO LEGISLATURES i just as important as your dress, frequently -


r LAWS- Bnindagc I II I Our New Spring Styles are all in.Ve

Bills dealing with tuberculosis are OSTEOPATHS II specialize in the new English lasts, they

k t now being considered in 32 state leg- Personal instruction under Dr. Stillat I I are interesting.

l islatures. Kirksville, Mo. : I DRESS SHOES
t In six states-Alabama, Arizona, I
California, Iowa, Tennessee and 132 S. Orange Ave.. above Peoples I Patent Plain Toe, Button Cloth Top,
National Bank. Phone 578.
' Washington-bills are being considered -I -t Pumps I

r which call for the reporting and I _-=-= II
registration of all living cases of tu ,MMIIIIIMMIMMMIillllilMMIIIMIIIHOIIIMIilMlMIIIIMIIIIIilllMM MM
: Patent Gun Metal: and Tan Oxfords.
berculosis. Alabama, Connecticut,

l, Iowa, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, f GOLF, TENNIS OR SPORT

[ and working the for District laws which of Columbia will require are $200 $225 $250 and so on jj Tan, Black, with Rubber Soles.

t that consumptives who refuse to ob- The new \Vhite Oxfords for Palm Beach

; serve sanitary regulations and are a Suits are going to be extremely popular.We .

p menace to others may be removed and up to $500 or $550 can fit youDICKSONIVES!

t detained in hospitals. In Alabama,

f Arizona, California Illinois, Maine

t and Missouri, legislation permitting I for of the choice
r the establishment of county or local ; Any price you want to pay one

f hospitals for tuberculosis are beings r
discussed, and in California Illinois, t

, Iowa, Maine, Missouri and New THORNTON PARKI

t Hampshire state subsidies of $3 to $5 t

t per week per patient are being asked I

complete for such institutions.reorganization A of more the or state less | Lots. Terms easy if desired. Only reasonable re- { CO.

health states, especially work is sought Kansas, in Michigan several, strictions. Call at 905 E. Central Avenue, or ask i :'

Minnesota, Nebraska, Texas and Ari-
zona. In Indiana and Alabama bills : your dealer if you care to see these lots.

providing for full time county and r
city health officers are being consid-

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ered.As an aid in furthering these and

similar bills, the National Associa- ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

tion for the Study and Prevention of TAYLOR & THORNTON L The Store of true service, of never-failing cour-

Tuberculosis has issued a pamphlet tesy, of fair dealing, of trustworthy mer-

entittled "Tuberculosis Legislation," chandise, at right prices

which contains a digest of existing ORLANDO FLORIDA

laws in this field with comments and Proprietors

comparisons of some of the most inv-

portant ones. . 11'1' II 1M .1111 _ I L.... .. .. ....NII; 1.1'I...... .......1.1...... ....1.. .. .. h. -



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ODrlattfto nrtrty II FAVORTE THEATRE ll; U j "GET IT AT ALLEN'S" J.I

I. Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 ] i
By Miss Eliza Wright -

Office telephone No? {179. Residence telephone No. 254 J Admission; ; 5 CentsTODAY'S I I

WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR: bers of the Orlando Golf Club went ..1.1111.111111..11&

to Tampa to be the guests of the
March: 3rd-6th. PROGRAM
Tampa club, who were entertainedhere Victor. Florence Lawrence and iI i
Wednesday several weeks ago. Those in the Matt Moore in "Mysterious Mystery,"
in two .
3 p. m.-"Bachelor Girls;" Miss' party were :Messrs. T. P. Warlow, parts.Joker..
Jean Person, hostess. Comedy. "For the Handsof 4O
Ralph Yearby, Louis Dolive, Kendrick Jane."
son Sans, hostess.Souci Club. ; Mrs. S. A. Robin-I Guernsey, C. B. Robinson, L H.Gedge, Don't forget the midgets. This is i

'"No" Nullos Club; Mrs. Harriet Harold Johnson, Cunningham, Geo. their last night's appearance in the
Miller, hostess. I p Dow, Dave Davidson, Steel, Jackson, SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT city.Five Don't fail to see them. j I .
and ten cents.
Young Matrons Card Club; :Mrs. W. I A. D. Mallory, and Dr. Williams, and The management of the Grandis
M. Glenn, hostess.
Mr. Porter. Mrs. C. B. Robinson and I WANT A WATCH ? 0I
Circle pleased to announce the
Unity ; current events; Mrs. per- FOR
Temple. I Mrs. Jackson accompanied their husbands sonal appearance of ready.SALE-Tomato Livingston Globe.plants, $1.50 now i i i,I You can get a reliable time piece at any price you
Weekly dance, New Lucerne hotel. I and Miss Eloise Robinson was per thousand. Box 552, Orlando, Fla. I choose to pay. You will find this a different kind of a
Flying Squadron, Methodist church. I also one of the guests. HELEN GARDNERon I'I':131td&w. I 0 watch store, where watches are regarded as staple ar-
Thursday ticles and sold at the close
margin of
Rosalind Club afternoon. the stage at the evening per- I goods. Fine
"Here and There" Club; Mrs. Irving OTHER SOCIETY WANTED-Young man to share good jewelry at moderate prices.
hostess. formance. room with another and board in
3 p. m.-Travel talk, Tourist Head I NOTES. This is the first time the Or- private family; close in; home comforts ,
f1 quarters; W. J. Fordney. I Tuesday afternoon the guests of lando public has had the oppor- and conveniences, and reasonable -'' ALLEN & CO., JEWELERS.
8 p. m.-Boy Scout lecture; Indian I the New Lucerne hotel were nter- tunity of witnessing the appear- price. Address F. E. H, care' Ib
Scout, opera house. tained by Mrs. R. S. Rowland. Cards Sentinel. 3-3-3t* ellI
Friday I ance of any of the "screen ar .1 UZ !
were enjoyed. Dainty refreshments
Afternoon reception, evening dance, tists" and the fact that Miss --I
Rosalind Club :Mr. and Mrs. F. D. were served later in the afternoon.The .
; Gardner, one of the most popu-
Carr and :Mr. and Mrs. Ben Buxton, -o- lar of all the favorites has been LucerneTODAY
in compliment to Mr. and Mrs. :Math I talk by Mrs. A. L. Goodwin at FOR FINISHING: : DOORS
secured for the initial event, -
er Smith and guests. 2 AND WAINSCOTING:
Mrs. is until Fri-
Stuckey's postponed
"At home;" Mrs. W. :M. Lege. should lend unlimited enchant-
Rossmore Inn dance. day afternoon at the fame place, two- ment to the evening. i We have the best stains and varnishes
Saturday thirty o'clock. manufactured. Do you doubt it ?
tess.Entre Nous Club; Mrs. Rogers, hos- --0- Well, seeing is believing. And the

3 p. m.-Monthly D. A. R. meeting; Owing to the death of Mrs. Gibson, "CRAFT VS. LOVE"A k way to see it is to put it on your
:Mrs. Annie L. Mallory, hostess. mother of Mrs. Geo. Newell, the Ros- I doors. If you don't say it's the best
--0- alind Club will not be open again until "THE OLD FLUTE PLAYER"A I i I material you ever used for the money,
t-- ..IT ROUND." next Monday. Thanhouser special feature i we'll stand the expense. That's fair,
The Presbyterian "Sit Round" yes- --0- Vitagraph special feature complete in two parts. I isn't it?

terday at the church parlors was one Among the guests at the San Juan complete in three parts, featur-
of the largest they have ever had, this week are Mr. Nathan R. Losh, ing Charles Kent and Edith. 1 Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co

over one hundred attending. The ;.of Chicago, a prominent banker of Storey. '- ;t 205 S. Orange Avenue
bountiful dinner was in charge of that city, and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. "HOGAN'S MUSSY JOB"A
:Mrs. W. M. Slemons, Mrs. B. M. Rob- I JMahard and party of New Castle, COLEMAN & RHAN Phone 261

inson, :Mrs. Robert Hyer, and :Miss I I Pa., who are delighted with Florida Keystone Komedy. "Nuff

Canfield, assisted in serving by Misses I and particularly Orlando. "THE TALE OF A COAT"A Sed"
Marian: Groves, Ada Bumby, Sara I -0i -
Slemons, Millie Smith, Elizabeth Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Tremaine and
Branham, Leona Wells, :Mabel O'Neal, i i Mrs. S. V. Straley have returned from Lubin Comedy.NO WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver

' Claire Robinson, and Fannie Dosser. .
a few days visit to Daytona.I '
"THE ABYSS"An hear this before? Let the Delicatessen Man do it.
Nasturtiums and roses were used as I '
-- Something new 1 Something New I
center decorations for the long tables.A I' A motor party who were much Try it. Ask About it.
good time was enjoyed by all. A t I pleased with Orlando, came over from ADVANCE IN PRICES Essanay Drama. I Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
short business session was held in where of three or more
Mt. Dora on Monday, one
I Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
the afternoon. the families has a winter home. The I COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES
-0- party was composed of Mr. and Mrs. I POTATO SALAD

TUESDAY BRIDGE Tom WaddeU, Dr. and Mrs. Clements, 5 cents 10 cents I FOUR BIG REELS
CLUB. and :Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Gary,
The Tuesday Bridge Club was en-I Ross Larrabee, all of Macon, Mo. I Phone 26
tertained yesterday afternoon by Mrs.I -o- I

S. G. Dolive at her home on Jefferson The Kil Kare Klub will meet on "THE RED WIDOW""The First Floor ________5c. and lOc |
street. Many of the club members !Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Board- White Balcony ____5c. and lOc. j
I Red Widow the
were unable to be present, but sent man at her home on Lake Eola. delightful Colored Balcony ____Be. and lOc
substitutes, the guests being Mrs. musical comedy that was one of the j I i Use The Sentinel Want Ads For Results

Bradshaw, Mrs. Goodrich, Miss Rus- HELP WANTED past season's marvelous metropolitan
. sell, :Miss Fox, Miss Guernsey, :Miss. successes, is to be the attraction at the -

Bumby, and Miss Catterthwaite. A! Please send clothing and school Lucerne March 9. It comes to us
with a cast of cosmopolitan favorites
delicious cream course was served. books for first or second grades, also
\other school books. Clothing shouldbe who in the several song numbers and FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
in the dance divertisements said
BOW-KNOT CLUB.The for eight to ten year old boys. Send
to be most pleasing. All the original
Bow-KnotClub was delightfully them to the Model Cafe for Mrs. Top-
entertained on Tuesday afternoonby ,liff. Astor theatre, New York, scenic em- Established 1886

Mrs. C. C. Reichard. There were I bellishments, stage effects and sarto-
of Mrs. Lawton I rial appointments, the latter of a ..
three tables players. I FAVORITE DRAWING: CROWDSThe
and will high and pleasing order, will be
made the highest score wear
the pin this week. After the gamesa Favorite theatre is drawing unusually brought along. The company num- CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE
bers nearly three score people.J. .
dainty salad course was served. large crowds this weefl. Don't

--0- fail to see the midgets. Go early
F. McKinnon, county superin-
. CHARMING and get a good seat. LOANS
James Magruder, Jr., was them tendent of public instruction, will
for the t speak at the Lake Jennie Jewel Sun-
charming, hostess Younger I "
Matrons Card Club yesterday after- .I It Is Time day school Sunday. The following REAL ESTATE RENTALS
noon, entertaining in compliment to I I Sunday :Mr.: Joseph Guernsey will be __
her house guest Miss Foss. There present and give an address. In spiteof
were four tables of guests. :Mrs.: jTo Plant Vines inclement weather thirty were -

Brodwater won the club prize and I present Sunday and a Fanny Crosby

Mrs. Waldron the guest prize. The Bignonia memorial service was held.

hostess served a salad course, assisted -
by her sister, Miss Voorhis. Vinesta BOYS AND: GIRLS
Remember the Indian lecture Thurs- .
CHARMING VISITORS.Mrs. --0- I BougainvilleaPalms Butt's.day night is for you. Tickets 332tOSTEOPATHY at For Sale

: Wm. A. White ad daughter,I and Ferns
:Miss Eudalia, are guests of Mr. and I
Mrs. James L. Giles for the week. House eight rooms. Lot 65%x167. Price

As the charming house guests of I

Mrs. Harold Bourne, sister of Mrs. VIOLET DELL DR. J. C. HOWELL $4500.00. A bargain.
White, they have been receiving I Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
many social' attentions. Kirk ville Graduate
--0- I GARDEN Consultation Free ,
Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan
j J. M. CARUTHERSPhone HoteL
Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
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Establishing a New Standard of Tire ValuesSize

6,000 MILES ON 3 AND 3!/ INCH SMOOTH: CASINGS Plain Tread Casing Non-Skid Casing Tubes "

I 30 X 3 ___________$9.00 $ 9.45 $2.35
30 x 31/2 ________$11.60 12.20 2.70 .
5,000 MILES ON ALL OTHER SIZES SMOOTH CASINGS 33 x 4 __________$19.05 20.00 3.85 .

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

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

: We Have a Service Station. All :

PHILLIPS GARAGESI. :, Adjustments Made Here. i"


W. Phillips & Sons Orlando Auto Supply Co. ,

26 East Pine St. 210 South Orange Ave I San Juan Garage Company I ,


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CUT PRICESTO JUDICIOUS the most important FERTILIZING items in is success-one of -'.." .." ]" her" I-Ja ::h&4 ilil Sllil1.gles '-.

SENTINELWANT ful growing of fruits and vegetables.Talk ,
with II. C. McDaniel. He has
GETREADY made a success of growing both. lie
sells Wilson & Toomer's "Ideal"
S : brand. His experience is worth something -
CASH 'I 2-26-lm to you. Phone 708.

The Morning Sentinel Want LANDS i .

65 acres, Sanford and Orlando I Directory is the Greatest Want On the Gulf highlands of the fam- ORLANDO
Ad Medium in Orlando. .
Brick Road. ous Sarasota Bay district. South Flor-
dia. Fertile soil, heavy and late ship-
Terms Cash in Advance. pers of grapefruit and oranges; heavy I
5 Room House, close in. Easy and early shippers of winter vegetables -
Terms. RATES ; no killing frosts; healthful cli-
For One Day ______________25c mate; invigorating air from the Cement Plaster \
I Lot in Highland Grove. For Three Days ____________50c gulf; pure water from flowing arte- Royal Agatite jPerfection Lime
For Six Days _______________75c sian wells; this proved and tested 1
For One Month -___________$2.50 land, close to transportation, surrounded ----
2 Lots Concord Park =
,.' This rate applies on all ads of by prosperous groves and r
25 words or less. If the ad con- farms, we offer at a low price on -
Seminole Park Lots
tains more than 25 words the rate small payment down, balance ten .
will be one cent per word for years at 6 per cent. Large acreagenow c.1Pur
Acerage, 3 miles out, easy each additional word, for each in- to pick from. Immense leap in
terms. sertion.If values will fellow. This special offeris
you can't bring your ad to not to speculators, but ot those $ lJ
We will do business on any of the office telephone No. 24. Ac- who will actually develop the land. z e I .
the above. counts opened by telephone will be Exceptionally fine class of residents
payable the following day. coming in.

Write today for full information.SARASOTAVENICE ---- __ ____n___ --- --- - ;
Every Home-Every Business CO., f
Every Man has use for a Box 609, Sarasota, Fla.221lrroc \
Sentinel Want Ad.

FOR SALE Terms to Suit Purchaser 1
Good citrus and truck land, cleared,

-For FineWATCH FOR SALE-A good work horse; in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots, on
guaranteed to give satisfaction. In- brick road to be built this year, two
CLOCK and quite No. 1'J! East Pine street, at A. miles from Orlando. Phone 1021I Orlando's and i
Hanson's Shoe Shop. 3-2-lmo rings, or white II. G. Jackson, I:. F. D. Largest Cheapest
JEWELRY REPAIRINGcall No.2, Orlando. for appointment.
FOR SALE-Tomato plants, now 2-14-lmo
on VATER whois ready. Livingston Globe. $1.50 FURNITURE HOUSE '
per thousand. Box 551, Orlando, Fla. FOR SALE-On account of poor
this trade
an expert at 3-2-ltd&w health,the undersigned hereby offers
with experience for sale at a bargain, his desirable 1 .q
many years FOR SALE-2 1-2 horse enginefor
power property located at the corner of
sale. 402 Gore Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
avenue. West street and Ridgewood avenue. '
at_ Youngs Repair Shop 2-23-6t This property is central, in a first
class and convenientto
Opp. Post Office; Pine StreetOSTEOPATH FOR SALE-Nice homes and
orange school, business, lake and park. .
groves for sale. Worth the money. Owner will sell all, or part, cash or i -
Maitland, Fla. W. B. Tucker, Box 73. I
2-28-Gt terms.: Property consists of nice new - -- -- --- - .---
bungalow fronting on Ridgewoodavenue ;
has six rooms and large l
ceiled basement with flue suitable for
If :you decide to locate here, I havea -
beautiful home site overlooking kitchen or laundry; lot 47x85 feet;
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER Colonial Park, near Amelia avenue; house unfurnished. Price $2,100.

Office corner Orange Avenue and 3 large lots; $650 cash takes the Also, nearly new, two-story six- I
room cottage, fronting on West street Clearance Sale
bunch. Address Owner, Box 733.
Church St., Davis & McNeil Bldg., 2-28-Gt with shed and greenery; lot 46x117
Phone 419. feet; house partly furnished. Price

FOR SALE-Horse, wagon, harness, 1950. II.
and buggy. A bargain if taken at Also a beautiful connecting corner
once. Will sell all together or separately lot. 70x85; feet fronting on two C>F ,
streets, and graded for basement
EAT FIGSThey if desired. Inquire J. F. Watkins -
No. 2 America street. Building. Price $1.000. For cash anda ai
2-26-6tc quick sale owner would dispose of
are good for your health. all of the above, to one party, for !
FOR SALE OR RENT-Two story 1300. E. N. COY. 2-2-lmoc 1
We have figs in every way. cottage, seven rooms and bath, Ga.sHeaters I

modern conveniences, roomy porches, FOR RENT
STUFFED FIGSSELECTED excellent condition. W. L. Tilden.
2-23-tf i
FIGS IN GLASS OAK WOOD-On the lot cut four One month or longer, $40 a month. 1

feet long, in lots to suit; or the Teephone 673, or call Room No. 47, few heaters left which do wish !
JARS whole lot. Price right if taken at Watkins Bldg. 3-2- Having a we not to carry -

FIGS IN BULKPRESERVED once.avenue.Chas. F. Nason, 700 W.2-23-6t Amelia I I I FOR RENT-Small, unfurnished.flat, modtrn Jas.conveniences A.- through the coming summer we are going to close them .

FIGS Knox. 11-3-tf the month of March the
FOR SALE-Buick touring car, fully out during at following prices:

equipped; speedometer, Presto tank,
etc. A bargain. Act quick. Call at
Ford Garage, Church street. 2-12-tf adults only. 409 Delaney street.
0-25-tf Heaters for $6.80
forget we are headquarters $8.50
for Jams Jellies Pre-
and tion, nor any city lots outside of ROOMS $3.50 PER WEEKLargeveranda Heaters for 5.20
serves. the corporation, though I have some electric lights, hot and cold :
splendid building lots near Lake Eola, water bath; in best part of Orlando.St. .
and they will be priced on their mer- James' corner of West and South 4.50 Heaters for 3.60
its. See the owner and save commis- streets. 2-27-61 ,
sions. H. C. McDaniel. Phone 708.

CARUTHIRS & GORE -26-lmo WANTED 3.50 Heaters for 2.80 I

FOR SALE-A good city residence,' ANTED to rent two or three fur- 1
with all modern conveniences; part nished with bath for
rooms light
New Modern C cash balance on time. Address housekeeping or would consider !
Grocery 'Owner," care Sentinel office. small furnished cottage. Ready to BUY NOW AND SAVE 20 PER CENT. -

2-7-lmoc occupy March 10th to 15th. Will be -
here indefinitely. Address, W. C.,
Phone 200 FOR SALE Story & Clark upright care Sentinel. 3-3-lt
grand piano won by :Miss Myrtle Ia
Weeks in the recent contest will be 1\.i'"fED-Good boy, about 14 years
sold for benefit of Baptist church old, to carry paper route. Applyat I
6 and 8 East Pine St.TOURISTTRAINS building fund. Piano may be seen this office. 3-2-tf
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E.
Weeks, 10 Washington street. WANTED couple to take part ofa

1-13-tfc house furnished for housekeeping; ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO. '
temporary or permanent; very rea-
FOR SALE-Five passenger touringcar sonable. Box 21, city. 3-2-6t .
5 5 5TO in A-l condition; cheap for

cash, or good mortgage. Dr. Taylor, Al\"fED-Orphan girl, 19 years old, GAS DEPARTMENT
905 East Central avenue. Phone 696 wishes a position as companion; tt
1-4-tf willing to go anywhere. Address t
XYZ, 317 North Main St., Orlando. f

FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock Fla. 2-28-3t' ,

North and West"DIXIE and tools best farm in county; variety - I '
fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- WANTED-For. E. S. S. orchestra. -- ---- ,
to-date: buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock players-violin, clarinet, viola,bass. 1
I Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- Call on or address A. A. Patch at FOR FRESH VEGETABLES and
FLYER" Peoples Nat. Bank. 2-27-6t strawberries, phone II. McDaniel,
I. er. 1-16-tfc
708. Parties coming to the gardenfor '

"DIXIE LIMITED" FOR SALE ,TAKE TilE OCKLAWAHA RIVER I vegetables will be given 2-20-lmo low holey Pioneer Panot&WaII PaperStore \

"SE IINOLE LIMITED" 75 acres suitable for citrus culture trip on your way home. Ask Estes. prices.

and truck farming, bordering 3-2-6t
"MONTGOMERY ROUTE" pretty lake and has one-half mile -,- Umbrellas recovered and repaired Has always en hand a large end well selected: '

"SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED" frontage on the Orlando to Sanford Who has some Florida real estate to "while you wait," at Young's Repair stock of Wall Papers. High Grade Varnishes Paints
brick road, this frontage being adapted trade for equity in a wheat ranchin Shop, 21 E. Pine St. 24lyrcTRACY ,
for nice home sites; could be subdivided Southern Alberta, located one mile Brushes, Wall Finishes and Painters Supplies.
Pulman cars to Chicago, St. Louis into 40 building plots 60x200 from town on main line R. R. This is & MOORE, CARPENTERSHouse
Indianapolis Cleveland, Cincinnati, feet each, leaving about 60 acres for all steam plow land. Address A. E. repairs of all kinds done CONTRACTORS FOR PAINTING AND PAPER UANGING. ,
Louisville and intermediate points. citrus fruits and truck farming; five Sebring, Orlando, R. No. 1. 3-3-3t promptly; repairing of leaky roofs;
minutes walk to railroad station, screen doors and windows a specialty; ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE YOU ATFINLEY'S
stores, hotel, school and churches. MONEY TO LOAN-Have money to sleeping porches, counters, shelling,
Dining Cars via When you consider location and good loan on high-class real estate in garages, office fixtures; window and
transportation facilities with other sums of $1000 and up. Cooper & door frames made to order. Get our PIONEER
advantages the property's real valueis Atha. 3-3-3t prices. 18 East Church street. A
Atlantic Coast Line 7500. It is owned by a non-resi- postal will bring us. 1-11-lmo
dent who needs money. lie author- G. W. HARPER will be in Orlando, HONE 67 Corner Pine and Court

Standard Railroad of the SouthA. izes me to sell it for $3,000.Yho- I March 10 and 11 to arrange for those
ever buys this property gets a bar- who would like to join the Harper PHONE 646
gain. For further particulars, call on Tourist Parties to Washington, Phil-
W. Fritot, D. P. A, E. C. Young, room 10, McNeill & adelphia, New York and Boston, at AUTO FOR HIRE
Jacksonville, Fla. Davis building, corner Church street special rates, leaving St. Petersburg FIRST CLASS REPAIRING-
and Orange avenue. Orlando. and Orlando by private cars on March
J. G. Kirkland, D. P. A, 1-31-tfc 16, 28, April 13 and 27. Those wish- BARNARD & SON
ing to join write or see him at the The 1a1zet
Tampa, Fla. Orland Hotel leave word with A.
FOR SALE-Best truck farm in Pros- or 17 Hughey Street Jrlando, Fla.
per Colony for sale at a bargain if B. Slade, ticket agent of Seaboard; OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
sold in 60 days. Farm consists of 15 Mr. Harper will call on them. 3-3-ltc 2-10-.rD

acres of as good land as there is in OPPOSITE POST OFFIGEI!

Orange county; 7 acres in cultivation; PALMS FRESH AND SALT MEATS
all under fence; 6 room house, auto
and wagon sheds feed barn, stables, Now is the time to plant palms. Dr. S. S. Jones Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

corn crib and poultry house; crop and We have the best assortment of palmsto Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
some farming tools eo with place. be had. Also Griffing's Roses give CHIROPRACTOR
S. S. Bowman, Taft, Fla. results. W. II. Brokaw. salesman, and pore
2-19-d&wk-lmo 116 S. Orange avenue. Phone 267. graduate Davenport College, 17 and We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
2-27-12tc 18 Yowell-Duckworth building phone
DR. L. ; in the Meat
H. RAMSDELL everything Line
LOOK-18! fine city lots for sale. 209. Intelligent people everywhereare
OPTOMETRIST Also furnished or unfurnished BUYERS AND SELLERSI being restored to health by chiro- I
ORLANDO - FLORIDAWE houses for summer rental. Price and buy, sell rent, and excLange real practic adjustments, the new scienceof H. M. Self & Co.
FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES terms reasonable. W. H. Eaton, own- estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., removing the cause of disease. Examination -
AND DO ALL KINDS OF er, 215 South Main street opposite over 30 years. Have handled over free. 1224linoDon't : PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREETt
Methodist church. Call and
Phone 99. $20,000,000. see me.
OPTICAL REPAIRING 2-27-lmo 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. overlook the want ads. I

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. [cause. It should not be hard for any I ethical views, for neither philosophy instant; and it is true that it is ap- I for matter can not think nor talk nor this contention is based upon the suiv-

, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE EEC. thinker to understand that infinite In- 1 nor ethics has been founded upon the I pearing mq/e and more through thedemonstrations walk by itself when thought is ab position that persons i i.a thinker Jy

telligence is necessarily infinite Wis- i, idea of primary, infinite perfection. of Christian Science. : I means of a mind which he contain
( sent.Because
I dom and one must inevitably conelude No Hope in Old SystemsAll :, Jesus said to his disciples, when he the human body seems to Christian Science shows that Mind :

WI'TURE BY. BICKNELYOUNG j that infinite Wisdom is wise systems of education accept sentthem forth, that if those to I' have sensation it is supposed that infinite and can not be contained. The fcs

: enough to do everything in the right the evidence of the senses as toman's whom they went would not accept the there is some kind of an intelligenceinside divine Mind is the primary and onV:

way at once without any experiments being and destiny and in so i word they were to be told "Xotwithi of it giving it sensation, conse- thinker. When we learn to think with

whatsoever. This thought of God, doing tend to perpetuate the destructive i standing ye be sure of this that the quently material systems that Mind which Mrs. Eddy in Science
which is the only correct one that is conditions of human experience. Kingdom of God is come nigh unto ing only material in-estigat-j and Health declares to be the onl-

possible, does away with the old idea Ordinarily accepted religious views you." I drawing conclusions only from such Mind of man, then what we call our
of primary mistakes which have to be also coincide with such teaching, for Notwithstanding, whatever happens I observations have located mind in the I mind will be so purified and regner

subsequently corrected and entirely they inculcate the idea that when eyil to any human being; the demonstration body, and religious systems have followed I ated as to maniest the omnipotent

dissipates the notion that God incorrectly has finally overcome a human being of Christian Science little by lit- in the same line and locatel of good in healing the sick as well as

If we accept history we can almost arranged a whole lot of thingsin and destroyed him then he will be tle is bringing the Kingdom of God soul and spirit in the body; yet no I in saving the sinner.Elimination .

! believe that it is a part of our hu- the universe which man must af- immortal. None of these systems nigh because the Kingdom of God is kind of investigation has ever revealed I I of Evil
terwards correct. hold out the hope that there will ever but the kingdom of Mind the
I' :- any intelligence or spirit or
man nature to be intolerant of all The fact that God did not and could
I Enlightenment Not Belief be any present evidence of the destruction of intelligent power the kingdom soul in any human body. Really the
religions except out'own, said JudgeJ. of evil and the triumph of of omnipotent Love, and that words, Soul Intelligence Spirit, cannot not take part in any evil thing is a-
of good I necesity in Christian Science. Whether
This also a many .
disposes -
the human being but on the contraryall kingdom those who be
M. Cheney in introducing Bicknel comes nigh unto pluralized. They refer to in-
other it gives us enlightenment we are theoretically able to account :-
; in accepting the evidence of i begin in
slight to
agree even some degree finity.: They serve to express to us
Young. instead of belief; it shows that for evil or not is of no conse-
the which indicate the destruc-
senses take an interest in Christian Science the fuller meaning of the word "God,"
Inquisitions tortures persecutionsand all things exist, and that the infinite tion of man and the triumph of evil. II. even though it be but an interest suf- and when we grasp their service i in quence. Almost every system of philosophy -
banishments of world Cause has provided for their perfec- Now whatever be thought of ficient to read this and religion has striven to do
seem a part may : something, or hear respect we see that an infinite
life in all tion and maintains that perfection Christian Science from the standpointof : something, or to consider whether it Intelligence is enough intelligence for that and yet evil has gone: on in-
our past.
forever. It is not possible to even old education it has the be creasing. Christian Science offers no
true-still the
unques- Kingdom of God has everybody and that an infinite Soulor
Our fathers to God less than perfect, and I theoretical explanation of evil. It declares
pilgrim came our think of as -
tionable of
it is advantage being logical come nigh unto them and it will never Spirit is enouhg for everybody, and
new world for freedom to worship f one follows out that thought, and consistent. It shows unmistak- I forsake them, because the kingdom that it could not possibly be in anybody the obvious fact that anything
to conceive of a creationas I which is not a conceivable part of
their God, but even they wanted all not possible the ably that a human being, however of God, when it once comes nigh and that the best a human being God's creation is not conceivable
than perfect consequently a
less ; much of a sinner he be needs to never knows how to do is the
may go away. can to acquire knowl-!
those that under their to incorrect reality, though it be
came is even seems to
sway theory of fallen man an
be redeemed rather than destroyed, Now Christian Science has come edge which as his intelligence beginsto
worship as they did and were intol- I theory It has its origin not in the and that it is the proper business of to bring that Kingdom to us all and reflect the divine intelligence and real.Science The explanation that Christian
but in the gives is
erant of seretics. But a new spiritis first chapter of Genesis which human both science and religion to heal him to unite us on the basis of pure Chris- at hte same time reflects the real Soulor good from the standpoint an explanation of absolute of

abroad and today who but the narrow thought later chapters trying to in account for its ma- of his diseases and to redeem him tianity; to give not a theoretical Spirit which is God. Principle can be proved It offers no
from his sins that
so unmistakably knowledge a personal Saviour but
e all of the from God Influence of ThoughtTo further explanation of evil
will that
minded assert terial evidence turns away j jrnd than it>
both the
and the
healing redemptionshall one Christ the one Christ which Jesus -
churches of creeds are says "God created man of the recognize the nature and actionof elimination, and declares that no fur-
many many manifested which constituted his
not doing their own,work for the bettering dust of the earth." whereby Infinityis One appear.who is ill needs to be healed Mind and power and all the incentiveof thought is educational. To arouseor hter explanation is necessary, since
t. credited with having created that awaken a human being: to the necessity the disappearance of evil in .any instance -
his action and. all the rule of his
of man. could not know-the for correct thinking and the shws
which infinity now.One that here is nothing theie
who is sinner needs
a equally I life the Christ which is infinite
Within the past; few years the finite. Now Christian Science comesto power to attain it as ah abit is the to explain. Good. however goes on
to be redeemed now. What is to heal Truth revealed in the ideas which
of these be- of all true religious and phil- becoming and real. It
Church has relieve human beings object more more explains -
Christian Science come the and redeem the other if it end I
one even now are considering,
liefs which have darkened human I you osophical endeavor. For this reasonit itself for it i is the divine Mind.
into the field and in so far as it com- be not a knowledge that from the the ideas which in themselves are not
thought; it gives the true understandit. I is universally recognized that _in i The action of Truth in human consciousness -
standpoint of God there is nothing human but divine. When St. John -
bats sin and error and teaches the it. starts with the perfection of with I order to produce good moral resultsit has not been explained by
-- with the universe said "God is he said
nor love
wrong only something
children of men to seek for truth it being; as the -j.-ight standard for for from that standpoint thereis that is that is necessary that moral teaching: old systems. Christian Science alone.
thought and investigation and i1proves man true, always was should be carried on, and in accord- offers an explanation, and when this
has a mission whose greatness is only only perfection. Such an assurance true; the idea itself could not have
results that with this is not found
by unmistakable ance necessity people are explanation satisfactory
bounded its true worth and the arouses hope in the sick man. originated in St. John; he discoveredit
by when people maintain the right stand- taught to guard themselves againstevil it is because the mental nature of
It turns him from the constant
rather it that he
zeal of its disciples.It ard in their thought and I lives, they away or saw so clearly thoughts whether audible or si- pure Science has not been discerned.
thought of his diseases to the facts set it forth in
in immeasurable I a simple expression lent. Is there not the necessityto Really all science is mental.
I same purely
matters not whether you or crai- spiritually an of his real being. In the same which has been
wayit equalled.
H morally as thou- guard against the thoughts of disease We do not to schools or colleg'es
gain go
they >
accept all or any of its tenets so longas awakens the sinner not only! to the "God is Love that is onlv one
testifin immeas- ? What must then be the conclusion to acquire anything than
,ands of people an more
of salvation but to the immediate -
hope idea of what God is, but that idea is
good men and women do acce gain immeasurably to the effort made thoughts ideas. In view of the
urable degree; they attainment of it, at least in some with God it has its in God. as present or ex-
and live by them. in the true basis of health, and It and one ; origin through the press and elsewhere to perience of all educational institu- .
measure. greatly in it exists the and
: Any creed that numbers as its disciples pain through religious conviction all helps either a encourages sick man or a sinner to infinity of; God, and by to the power extent instill the belief of disease into chil- tions which deal wholly with ideas it
this which they have never been able i dren, and others by means of processes ought not to seem strange that Chris-
God- find that disease and sin have
and out
no and I entertain
intelligent and that
so many presence you ;
to attain through any other teaching that are called educational? tian Science should lay claim to being
the Christian Science origin in a divine Cause, and are not it and know it, it is God with us and that such efforts since it deals
fearing people as that they have ever known. Why? sustained natural law. If it were not obvious purely scientific wholly
by power or explains to us the divine Christ. .
Church commands our respect Because instead of relying upon belief ef are basically wrong the resultsof with the purest ideas that can ever
attentive hear- they understand; an absolute When Truth comes to us more and the last ten years prove them to l be entertained by a human being.
and is entitled to an Kingdom of Heaven Natural more through the ideas which revealit.
Principle by which they can test be t so. The advocates of such systems Their efficacy: in healing disease is
ing.I. thought and action. The world has tried for centuriesto those ideas have power, natural themselves admit that the diseases only doubted because of a lack of bet-

have the pleasure of introducing The Bible sayS that there is sucha theorize itself into happiness How power; they originated in that whichis which such so-called education I ter education on the part of general ,

Bicknel Young, a distinguished mem- thing as a Day of Judgment, and many have succeeded Look down Power: they are sustained by that was aimed tomitigate or destroy have I humanity. t
that there is and up the centuries. See how many which is Power. Is it such a strange Sirs.
Christian Science says increased enormously in that decade, Eddy's DiscoveryIf
ber of the lecturing committee of the I
then that Isaiah in ,
such a thing as a Day of Judgment, have attained; practically none. Has thnig prophesyingthe and any one who has observed care- a human being uninstrrcted by
Christian Science Church, who will bvt that it is altogether different all the success that ambitious men coming of Jesus saw that when fully the influence of thought in human Christian Science should hear of a

address us on the subject of Christian from what it has been supposed to he have known given them happiness? that clear discernment of God should history should have no difficulty; wonderful machine to which he could t

Science. -that it is not a certain time in Has all the wealth that untiring industry appear among men, it would manifest in perceiving that such results would resort at any time and hay it workin
be- and other means have enabled itself as God, it would be "God with his behalf his evil tendencies '
which all people will be brought necessarily follow such a wrong system to remove -
fore some great king in a distant people to accumulate given those peo- us, -Immanuel ? If the same ideas ; for, if one is to learn about disease and any of his diseases he
'. LECTURE ON CHRISTIAN place to be judged for what thev haveor ple happiness? Have they found hap- which constituted his mind are constituting and the constantly shifting theo- would be lost in admiration at this

p ''A SCIENCE have not done but that the Day of piness in any place or in any way yours or mine-and they do ries which characterize medical science extraordinary invention and he would ,
"Science and that was actually permanent? Have to some extent--for they are now being "What wonderful scientific
Judgment comes as in order to guard himself against exclaim a
By Bicknell Young. C. S. B., Memberof Health, with Key to the Scriptures," they seen anything like the Kingdomof born are they not God with us? disease, if one is to be forced to buildup discovery!" It goes without saying

the Board of Lectureship of the by Mary Baker Eddy, tells us, "hour- Heaven They have not, becauseit Are we to deny God because forsoothin in his own thought images of disease that no such machine has been discovered f

Mother Church the First Churchof ly and continually," and that it is is not to be attained in these ways, all these ages we have been told and germs and microbes and or will be, for the simple rea-

Christ Scientist, in Boston )Ias- right; within one's own domain of and still the Kingdom of Heaven is things about Him that we only super- bacilli through the use of charts and son that diseases and sins are too ,

sachusetts. thought. Right where one is think- just as natural as breath. Everythingthat stitiously believed or pretended to be- experiments in the laboratory and deep seated to be reached by any me-
of Judgment and he is true is natural; the only God lieve? Can we not see that the in- be chanical There was
ing is his Day other means in order to healthy, means. someI
Lecturer Explains Difference in Previously can take every thought to that there is is natural good, always at finite Mind is being revealed to men why would it not be as necessary to thing however discovered in the year
Accepted Ideas and Those which he has hand willing to save, more than willing now in Christian Science?
throne of judgment familiarize the young, and others, 1866 by a lone New England: woman
Revealed in Mrs. Eddy's Teach- erected in his own understanding always ready; the only thing that Christian Science Explains with all the vices and sins that char- whose thought was clear enough to .

ings.It through the study of Christian Sci- needs to happen to a human being is Nobody has been asked to believein acterize depravity, in order that they perceive facts far more scientific than

is an encouraging fact that however I ence and ask himself, "Is this thought to get ready himself, to understand Christian Science, and nobody ever may thereby gain in virtue and mor- any which had been revealed through

greatly our views may differ I correct? Is it according to Principle to be free, open receptive to let will be asked to believe in it, for ality? the evidence of the senses and who

upon this or that subject there is always ? Is it like the perfect divine thought explain and define the natureof Christian Science does not advocate a If it be true as experience has: i was strong enough of purpose to set
in natures and common to have and Deity and by means of thought to proselvting but explains divine .
our Cause If it were to power process proved beyond any doubt that moral forth these thoughtin snh a wy
them all, one chord which responds to action and operate universally, wouldit find that he himself is being re Principle. I should no more : education and high ideals tend to improve that thev could be discerned and practiced -

i Christian Science, and that is the universal bless all mankind There is his deemed. The first step is to get rid think of urging a person to believe in character, why is it not equally which was of far greater importance -

desire to prolong existence or, Day of Judgment; it is not a remote of the superstitious beliefs that disease Christian Science than I should thinkof true: that he inculcation of true ideasas to the human race than anY

better still to attain satisfaction and time nor is it to be postponed to an and sin are either necessary or asking him to believe in the multi- to the origin cause and law of other discovery that has ever been

be sure of its continuity. Even the uncertain place; it is now. When one natural. They are neither. A correct plication table. Neither one nor the Being tends to improve health and made. Christian SHefre -* "i-- t'

creatures beneath our feet want to begins to see these things he sees concept of God entails the rejection of other is in the realm of belief. We that contrary teaching tends to produce the world by Mary Baker Eddy is not

live, and strive to do so, so that this also that he must gain this standard all the theories which tend to perpet- are not giving Christian Science lec- disease? less scientific because it is not me-

instinct has come to be expressed in and, in order to do this he must understand uate evil by ascribing it to Deity. tures for the purpose of asking people Notwithstanding the somewhat com- chanical or material, and it has the

the axiom, "Self-preservation is the God; he must know what Sometimes it has been considered a to believe in it; we are giving mon notion that Christian Scientists advantage of healing the diseases

first law of nature." God is, otherwise he will have no Dayof dreadful thing that we should define Christian Science lectures because we sanitation and hygiene, the' considered incurable, a thing whichno
the nature of God and show that want to help mankind and we wantto
Seeking KnowledgeIt Judgment no power to judge, no some fact is that they are enthusiastic believers material or mechanical thing could
will perhaps be admitted that Principle with which to discern and one can really think upon these great help mankind because we want to in and advocates of both.

this may mean more than appears on separate between good and evil. questions: What is God? What is help ourselves and have realized that Scrupulous, cleanliness in everythingis do.One who really apprehends any-

the surface. So far as it can be an- Christian Science shows us that we Law? Where is Heaven? How can the best way to help ourselves is to I a rule among those who practice thing of Truth knows that it is men-

alyzed this instinct exists without any can gain this right way of thinking; it be attained? We have been called help others. No human being can be Christian Science. They require not I tal and that being without beginning
the of the creature natural and that presumptuous for this and not unfre- selfish and ever put off mortality.
volition on part that it is so easy only personal cleanliness but clean or end or any kind of measurement,
manifesting it, but at any rate it exists spontaneously feels thatit I quently unchristian. Now if it be unchristian For one to attain immortality, whichis
every person air, clean food clean streets clean it must be progressive in our experience. -
and in the discussion of the profoundest I is just exactly the right thing to to know something of His the natural heritage that God has water clean clothing, clean houses, The application of it can not

thoughts of philosophy and do, he only wants to know about it, law and to rest in the assurance of provided for all, we shall have to be and that everything be clean with even be formulated, and so far from
religion it serves as a common meet- who has beena its power and dominion then we are unselfish. Jesus did not voice a mere
and thus
every person which they may be associated or sur- being mechanical is it, that the per-
ing ground. It is this desire which Christian "This makes me a i unchristian, but not otherwise. We religious admonition but a scientific
says. rounded. And when all this is done, ception of today is but the stepping-
responds to religious truth. It maybe better Christian" and every person stand today a few people, compara- necessity when he gave the ride, Christian Scientists are still unsatis- stone to the greatre understanding of

likened to the soil wherein the : who has not been a Christian says, tively speaking, maintaining in human "Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thy fied, for Christian Science shows that tomorrow. The thought which con- 1
seed being finds nourishment I I must be Chris- thought and experience certain self." He also said, "Deny thysell 1
.sown, "Now I see why a little has been accomplished in the stitutes the healing process of Chris-
and springs forth as ideas which reveal tian; I can not delay since there is divine ideas which are older than the and follow me." nature o true hygiene, and very little tian Science is not less scientific because -

at once the scientific nature of nothing else to be1t"aninJr ." human race, for they are eternal, and Christians generally but not very that is worthy of the name of sanita- of its progressive nature, on

Christianity and the sacred character' :\ of "Infinite" yet they are ever new, interestingand joyfully, recognize the necessity of tion, until the human mind itself is the contrary it is more scientific on

of Science. We can begin to understand something practical. self-denial. Christian Science explainsit cleaned out and kept clean. that account since it is more sponta-
Such ideas are not transcendentalin of the meaning of the word These facts are what we have to and makes it not only- possible but Jesus stated this fact more strongly neous and original. The divine-l\lind.

the common acceptation of that "infinite" when we remember that the consider. Christian Science gives us glad. It is generally supposed to than any one else could, and Chris- as we apprehend it more and more,

word They are, however not material first great Cause the one God. must the facts, and never gives us anythingelse mean loss, whereas it means achievement tian Science; practice has proved conclusively means to us necessarily the very acme
and for this reason systems of be immeasurable and all-inclusive. and it shows us that the facts It means recognition and man-
that to the extent that the of originality. There is no limit to
education founded largely or wholly This also gives us an idea of the eter- are all that any human being needsin ifestation of the dominion which God human mind is emptied of fear mal- the possibilities of the enlightenmentwhich

upon material evidence find themselves nality of the one God, the divine, infinite order to be delivered from any gives to man. In self-denial' is ice, envy, hatred, revenge evil thinking the study and practice of Christian .
variance with Christian Sci- Intelligence, which in Christian kind of trouble it makes no difference not thinking of himself. If he were evil speaking, and all the beliefsof Science brings. For this reason :

;nce and naturally oppose it. This is Science is still better explained what it is; and it shows us fur- there would be no self-denial. He is vice and sin and disease just to no formulas are possible in the mental -

lot to be wondered at because even through the use of the words "Divine thermore that true Christianity con finding the truth of being. and in that extent is a true sanitary system processes of Christian Science

.he basic idea of Christian Science Mind. If we would be immortal we sists in apprehending and making that, peace and power and perfect being established. And furthermore, lealing.;
ducat ion is revolutionary in that it must strive to awake as the image of practical the divine facts which char- poise. Jesus expressed the acme oj Christian Science has proved in innu- All essentially religious experiences

hows that spiritual truth is demon- that one God who is eternal. Eternal acterized both the thoughts and ac-I self-denial in the" words "I and my i merable instances that when such a belong to Christian Science. Thoughwe
trable and offers unmistakable and I tions of Christ Jesus. It has Father are one. I
system of hygiene, purely mental, is have no material rites we have a
verwhelming proof of that fact.// ally been supposed there was something Self-abnegation enables one to do established all of the world's hy- baptism which is thus spoken of in

'hereas the generally accepted fering some great disaster but by understanding mysterious about our Redeemer, good and it is therefore a joyful oc cienic requirements are more than science and Health, page 241: "The 1
that there that at rate we were to be redeemed It establishes liberty whichis i
either facts cupation.
es of science deny and proving those or any
fulfilled and just in that proportionalso baptism of Spirit, washing the body <
any such thing as spiritual truth I which reveal and illustrate eternalitv- by some mysterious personality. the freedom to do good since thereis is the law of health unmistak- of all the impurities of flesh signifies 1
that there be Is this true? Jesus declared nothing but slavery in doing evil.
if admitting may: The Cause of the universe is neces- ably ando ermanently established, that the pure in heart see God J
ject the proposition that such truth I sarily the life and power of it If we that that which was to redeem man- God alone is infinite. Evil is not only both individually and collectively.Until and are approaching spiritual Life 1

so concrete as to be capable of would live we must awake more and kind always had existed and was finite but destructive. "The glorious Christian Science is under- and its demonstration," and although
of the God who is available to mankind in any age if liberty of the children of God" is to 'J
oof- the
more in image stood in some measure at least all we have no material rite of communion -
One who takes the pains to think Life. Still very often retaining the they; would but understand it. be found in this individual power to the functions of the human body are yet communion is an essential ;

eply must conclude that the failure superstitions which the word "God" The True Is Available do good. This kind of power, whichis carried on, not by a conscious knowl- I and continuous experience of a Christian 1

recognize the demonstrable nature called up because of wrong education There has never been anything the onl yreal kind, is not limited in edge of divine Principle which knowl- Scientist, for in its true meaning i

spiritual truth has been due not to we are apt to think it an impos- true: that was not available to mankind its results. It overcomes! disease this as edge characterized the mind "whichwas it; is the recognition of the unity of .q
lack of that characteristic in sible requirement when we are ad- would not have been if they well as sins and yet God. who is "
y' or also in Christ Jesus, but by that God and man and at the same time,
th itself but to the limited relig- monished to be like God. The pic- had been enough awake to perceive power has seemed so distant and unnatural conglomeration of human beliefs some present and constantly increasing -
s and scientific theories whiche ture of extraordinarily wonderful true. Truth has always to us that when one is first
some that; it was called the human mind. Thousandsof proof of that unity. Christian
erroneously insisted that the person, in the same sense that existed. told that Christian Science heals disease us may entertain the same thoughtbut science healing rests upon no other 1.

'3 of of scientific knowledge must be human beings are persons, is still What then is the Christ that is to through the power of God he is if that thought were to originatein basis than this. It does not consist

ned to the finite realm of the mal 'likely to be aroused in the imagination save us, if we are all to be saved apt todoubt it, and perhaps even discredit one's brain it would be confined of the transmission of thoughts. No

senses at the same time illog- and we are apt to exclaim, "Howcan through Christ? It is the Christ that the healing until it is provedto I there, and only one person could have Christian Science practitioner would i
admitting, as they must do, I be and as the Christ which en- him and then when the proof of will.
ly so great wpnderfbl was with Jesus I such a thought and the other person think of enlisting his human
true science is infinite. that?" But here Christian Science abled him to save others and enabledthe the healing is offered he is apt to would he obliged: to have a differentone. Christian Science teaches that there
accordance with such theories, to the fescue and shows that to others, from beieve that it is brought about in that ,t
i comes I disciples save We can see from this that even is one Mind, and that the theory
ailing systems of education ac- the naturalness of Truth is its avail- what? From something that God some other way. human experience shows the utter impossibility thoughts can be sent from one personto

and teach that both good; and ability. If we had not been misled by had afflicted them with? Materiality God and Power One of confining the mind or another is consequently false. The

are natural. Accepting the evi- wrong teaching we could easily have limitation, fears diseases, sin, It takes a great deal of instructionto intelligence within the brain or body. phenomena of the divine Mind are divine -
e of the material senses as true. discerned some truth which would death? No, it was to save them from convince the.average human being Yet so general is the belief that mind thoughts.

a systems are necessarily involved have made the word "God" more clearto that which God never gave them at that the word "God" does not mean has its source in brain cells that when Omnipotence of Divine :Mind:

nsurmountable difficulties. The us. all. That which God had given them something remote or inaccessible.Now the brain of human being is injured The most that the Christian Science
lent they endeavor to explain a In "Science and Health" we read, thye did not need to be saved from- we can think certain ideas which the mind is apt to be affected unless
great cause they are contradic- "God is natural good. If we accept that which human ignorance allottedto reveal God. We have seen that here. something greater than human belief' practitioner does for a patient is to

Attributing both the good and that statement we shall not find it so the human race is what we all needto These ideas reveal power because God or> material systems intervenes. recognize the omnipresence and omni-
in human experience to the samee hard to make some effort to be like be saved. from, and Christ comes and power are one. They are God The human body never gets ill be- potence of the of Divine that Mind Mind, in the

; they pollute their conception God for it only means that we are and ever will come in thought through: with us and therefore power with us. cause of any inherent capacity to do availability Christian
at source and the whole result- striving to be the image of good the power, through ideas that reveal God. We can think of our bodies and as a so. To put it exactly as it is, the thoughts which constitute a While
hought is not only darkened but expression of good, and if in this from those things until science prayer or treatment.
very to save us matter of fact we think of them a human body does not know enough to is mental
sed. Christian Science shows connection one should have doubt shall be more, and Christian Science healing
any those. things no great deal too much. Nevertheless suffer. Deprived of mind it never while
stakably that an infinite cause about his ability to discern good he step by step awakening; mere in the so long as that is our tendency, it suffers. In Science and Health and healing, it would not be worth associa-

1 all scientists and religionists, can ask himself whether his thought, image of good, we shall find eventu- ought not to be difficult for us to recognize her other works. Mrs Eddy has most if it were what is ordinarily is the true
)ective of form or creed, ac- if it ripened into action would be ally that we are not human but nat- that he true thought of what clearly set forth the fact that it is ted with that term. and

ledge, must necessarily be per- good for everybody, for under the urally divine; and that awakening is God is may affect our bodies, since the human or mortal sense of things mentality which Jesus taught

for any imperfection in infinity analysis of Christian Science it is salvation. Now it is to be done right; some kind of thought is doing some- that suffers. The mortal mind, so- practised. It is the Christ Science healing.is

imply infinite imperfectionis clearly shown that no experience is where we are; it is no use to put it thing to our bodies all the time. We called, is the sufferer, and she has en- To suppose that Christian absurd to

impossible proposition to good for anybody unless it is also off. We can not afford to postpone walk because of mind; and talk and abled thousands of people through anything else is of this Science anyone for he

religion or science. The factt good for everybody because good is anything at all. because there is no think and wink our eyes, because of her bobs' top rove that immortal Mind who has that proofs nothing but Omnipotence

,' a first great cause is infinite infinite and universal. Christian Science time for that. Heaven is not a locality mind and do everything else we are heals. The objection made to this is would knows be equal to the task of healing
'gence: for nothing less than In- gives us these facts and corrects remote or otherwise. It is some- doing because of mind and we do absolutely often to the ffect that you can not
ince could be the one infinite many of our old philosophical and thing that we ought to enjoy at this nothing because of matter have thoughtw ithout a thinker, and (Continued on Page 9.)


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EXTENSION RURAL DELIVERY I!' trick In tampering with the message ,' of authority that made even tbe man I:4 court of inquiry tow .t..nt.. I am wept in the depths of his emotions. I'I All night !she had he n awake tryingto !

MAIL WILL STOP of the carrier pigeon; t'rigge."Where. under orders to revt-nr" uM.-Kct of: Then the necklace I sold must baTe+ scbt'mteup some method of aiding' tim. ;

I Her right baud which bad been did she go?" papers and take thew to curt ,,,uft. together n stolen:" he finally cried his eyes II i b The palters: she had recovered i

clasping,: tbe re"ol"t'ron<<'ealed beiie.itb I; The driver passed him a grimy card. with the a 1ii.1.,\ it of Hugo; washing vindictively. I and it seemed that instead xf, heVUni '

Washington, March .-The exten- her i-v.it. IIU\"lU>-1-\1. and a ib i of The international spy turned It over Loubeque that they \\'re so.d to turn i'I "Sold-this necklace Old-wbo bot.,rbt she had 1IH"lln the bands of tbe __.-

sion of the rural delivery mail servicein obvious relief cauie from her liis| as I in his hand reading the address upon If they are in your po..es" ou. i will it?" ernment exactly what they wanted ty

Florida and other states is aboutto I sbe opened tbe door to greet young 1 I I it| and marking that it was not a block take them; if not. I :shall lie fon-ed to I "A Hugo Loubeque-never heard of a convict. She determined to appeal tu

come to a sudden stop. Not only ensign In uniform. She did not quite I I! away. On the obverse side he read turn back and find )Ir. Ioubeque"* millionaire by such a name but he bad the secretary of war. Surely there
know what she would have dour bad '
Ensign Howell's name. The chauffeur might be some chance in an appeal to
"The papers are iu nay possession. II two hundred thousand to buy it.
will routes not be
new It been Loubeque. 1! was pointing out upon the harbor. sir. They belong to iue until 1 can I the I let it go." him. And so this morning after along

.even where the inspectors have reported "Ensign HoweHr" sbe murmured. i j Loubeque looked. marked the slim turn them over to uiy father to whom Hugo Loubt'queGibson: grasped timorous glance up and down the

favorably, but there is going flushing prettily at the admiration and figure of Lucille standing upright In they were sent What be will do with the amazed man by the shoulders and long avenue she bad started for the

on a reorganization of existing routes astonishment on tbe officer's face at II I the briskly manned cutter approaching them la a matter for tbe court of inquiry fairly shook answers from him. army and navy building. .

on a new standard that win'' mean the being greeted by such a vision. "1 am the big ship. He turned away. .to decide." Dick Gibson rushed from the establishment "Miss Lucille Love-Lucille

.elimination of many routes and a reduction very sorry.** she murmured hurriedly His shoulders seemed to have slumped "That fa quite impossible." the man finally 'an idea In his head The secretary turned the card 1.oove"1 1

in thefrequency; of service on as he started to enter. "but Mr. Lou- in the-ball hour. his .face to have snapped sharply. "In'the first place. which he cursed himself for not having over in his bands while regarding ber

beque was obliged to leave hurriedly. undergone a chiseling process by the your.story 18 -quite incredible-LudUe thought of before-tbe bottle where narrowly the while. "1 have beard of

others He Jett word that he .would.surely be sculptor Suffering. but a smile crossed Lore was drowned when tbe Empress be had last seen Lucille. Might not 3 ou. Miss Love,. and of thepapers.

"Unfavorable conditions. of the national at any place-convenient after:S45.; his face. took fire." was not this mysterious Loubeque the You may rest assured your story will

finance" is the reason given for "Any place convenient The offi Once in the cutter. Lucille for the "Lucille Love is here sir. Lucille one whose band he bad seen dragging 1 I receive every attention in the conductof

bringing the aural delivery extension cer's tones weremere of surprise than first time heaved a huge sigh of relief Love was aboard the ,Em press, .flew her from the window? the trial of your father. Certainlyyou

movement to a stop with an unex- vexation."That as sbe glanced back toward the shore there with Mr. Harley, the government Breathlessly! he<< darted up to the door I know tbe nation can ill afford to

pected Jerk as well as for the reor- is. she hesitated "where It and saw" Hugo Loubeque Jump from aviator because she knew from a message and. finding tbe lock still unrepaired i f lose each a man just at this time."

ganization and curtailment of the ser- would be convenient for a cutter or the car in which he bad been pursuing sbe cot in OD.upon the telephone dashed inside and up the stairs. But you can investigate-my story
boat of tu take him to the
some [sort
her and glance hurriedly! up and down is strange unbelievable. she pleaded
that Hugo Loubeque was aboard the Suddenly he stopped. baited abruptly.
vice now going on. The prospective Terror That matter Is of such importance
tbe harbor front .
Empress and that he had tbe papers.Ever He could hear nu sound yet was positive
deficit in the postal branch of the ser- be does not"care-that Is"The -
Sbe clambered over the sides of tbe since. through Jungle desert land some one was close to him that he tffv

vice at the end of the present fiscal young man straightened himself waiting government vessel. being met and water. 1 have followed him. I was being watched.

year, June 30, was estimated in a his wounded face dignity.wearing Lucille an expression) heaved of a at tbe deck by tbe captain himself. His have seen the spy's diary. It is herewith "You wished to see me, sir?** i

speech in the senate the other day by sigh of relief. eyebrows rose In surprise as be regarded the papers-always. That will Silent and suave his great brooding ,

the slender slip of a girl facing him. show his hatred for eyes bolding a light of and '
Senator Shafroth at from $20t:)oO,000 "That is quite Mr. Loubeque's privi my father. That
and the of her eyes wet with tears. will explain. That will prove I sorrow such as the young officer had
to $30,000,000, judgment lege.,: he snapped. "I shall writ. the my
"Ensign Ilowell informed me that never witnessed before appearing as if
experts is that it will be considerablyin address ou a card where the cutter will story. I .
Mr. Loaheque"be began when
Even as tbe captain nodded. by magic and now facing him was
I lie bo there can be no further mistake. risingto
excess of the former figure. Cou- j I .
Hugo Loubeque."Loubeque" .
;_ his feet to eagerly watch the girl'sfrantic !
accepted the card neg' ciitlv.
with deficit in the "The are here I
pled a prospective vipers captain. have
search be
r through the
packet a
holding her averted that might
postal branch is the almost certaintyof not read the eyes ecstasy<< that fairly ti<....lcd them. They are safe now." little dry sob broke from her lips. I I Tbe international spy bowed gravely.

a large treasury deficit at the end them. She watched his ruler straight For a. moment be studied her meditatively. She recovered herself witb an effort I hi* eyes still fastened upon the young
She felt
an icy chill runnin I
of the fiscal shaking her bend as though to drive man before him.
year. back as it disappeared| down tbe street.
up and down her piDe."uuld he I
then clasped tbe card feverishly t.. her turn away tbe mists of faintness which this And as his eyes sought tbe carpet :
back and force
I her to return the I
| apers from
the crowning misfortune<< had delivered away the magnetic power of the t
ENGLAND HAS FOOD FOR YEARIF breast The first move bad been made. ?
At the
suggestion her face
very ; ; j her. The diary of Hugo Loubeque man. all the rage returned to the young
and she bad more than taken the uou-- I
CUT OFF BY SUBMARINES flexed in every muscle. while lire
ejes officer. This tbe
was not among the she had man was one who
ors. High hope beat in her heart be- papers re-
|I met bis coldly and steadily a pun'*>se bad taken his sweetheart. Ills
i cause of tbe little victory. Sbe snapped In their which covered. eyes
depths even the officer
ber teeth tightly shut Yes. the papers The captain nodded toward bis ensign roved the room. lighting upon a pair of
turned away from convinced that all r
Liverpool, March Following are would he taken aboard the Terror. but well who. witb a glance of sympathy broadswords crossed upon the wall. He

the stocks of breakstuffs and provis- nut by Hugo Loubeque. Neither would was And toward tbe stricken girl, scooped up caught the smile ou the spy's! face 4
now that she safe. the
ions in Liverpool: there be any affidavit witb them from reaction the papers and laid them before bis when be looked again at bim and knew y
came upon ber. In her liis had
thoughts lieeii read.
Wheat 1,578,000 centals 749 the arch spy. She was ready for any- commanding officer. .
; corn, own tiny cabin. safe finally from the "What bate t
thlnnow. Lucille turned and slowly left the you done with Lucille
000 centals; bacon, 22,900 boxes;' man she bad last seen upon tbe shore Lon.:" her cd.
Laggard time for once flew while she room. Her eyes were fastened directlyahead
hams boxes shoulders 5,000 it seemed the very air was fraught "
10,000 ; "Misx |1..0l"
waited theo long interval that was to with but she walked as one who Loubeque.

boxes; butter, 2,400 hundredweights;: elapse before the arrival of the spy toward terrors.her. horrible fears reaching journeys in slumber. unseeing be his toice> taking; on a sighing; ; note that
gibbering at her
cheese, 27,100 boxes; lard, 8,500 1 Lucille found once more the tunnel threats of perils greater even with than numbed. And ber lips repeated over fairly tortured tbe listener's t'ars- : t

tierces of prime Western steam, and I through which she bad been led. found those she had and over again: "Miss liar is on :t warship bound for
come through already. Alight "
1,940 tons of other kinds. mysterious passages and explored them tapping on the door brought her "Too cruel! Cruel! Cruel!" Washington.> I iH-iieve.
studied tbe "You I.IIOmall was:. murdered in
out position she would be
Recent advices from Liverpool estimated (to her feet heartily ashamed of tbe
in when she completed ber work witb suit-that slimwas arrested as a
the food stored there as j false terrors she had allowed to unnerve CHAPTER XXIV. hotel sneak thiefV""Miss
the who to .F
was come.A ?
enemy ;
feed the for ] her.hl" oj ened the door. and Exit Hugo Loubeque.SERGE."T .
enough: to country a yearshould step sounded overhead slow measj:: lance has been through many

German submarines shut off r need methodical. She pressed close j I j Ensign Howell entered. ; DALY plain clothes! more trying; :situations than that answered .
Lucille regarded him coldly in far
Great Britain .from outside supplies. against tbe switchboard to the house different tbe San Francisco po I Ixuilieqne slowly, "since sbe
from the
manner coquettish showed "
of tbe emanation of the i SC"'d"- pitted herself against me. H. Placed the
mystery Ivory Box In Her Hands.
I I I woman who bad him
young put ofT ati '
ly a sign of interest as be \\ asDeigned
"I'itted herself
WilY NOT BUY THEM OF HOME; mysteries. Her fingers trembled slightJ!i I J the house of Loubeque. to tbe against you! Then t

MERCHANTS ly. The feet moved up the stairs. She :, "Mlss-Miss"- stammered "why St. Francis. mysterious case at toe it was you why stole tbe papers" impulsively. "I know that But if you

waited fingers outstretched toward a : ,did send from "yiiile so" Hugo; Ijoubeque turned would only investigate you would find
me the
little ivory button. Tbe cool surface !j i i you away apposntment' Swiftly he took in the salient detailsOf upon his" heel, but the<< iron grip of the that I tell tbe truth."

While nosing around the Atlantic: kissed the finger pad tbe pad upon j i j I i ]speak with you.Tbe and captain when wishes tell him to tbe house detective. tbe discoveryof officer was upon his shoulder whirling "All details of your story have been

Coast Line the Sentinel I you a man's dead body in tbe suit <>f a him about that their "
depot yesterday so faces met Miss
which depended the honor of father J,;; ,the truth it will appear as though I"- woman who had proved Love. gravely, sadly, answered
young registered there
scribe accidentally overheard a and sweetheart, which spelled home You need have no fear." she answered under Like :a panther Gibson leaped across the cabinet minister "but there
the of Lucille Love.
name TLeu
conversation between a couple of nice life love to ber quietly. "Will you kindly con the floor. seUing,: the broadsw-ds. Ls no evidence in your father's favor.

duct be went immediately to tbe room and Easily by wrist alone. Ixiubeque I What would be the motive for HugoLoubeque"
looking ladies and a gentleman, which me to the captain? I will explaini examined tbe corpse.
played with the His
man. eye held no : -
Hugo Loubeqne moved bis :i:
slowly to everything.
follows <
ran as : Thompson had not been touched. Delay
private office on the second floor. He The captain of the Terror regarded t'xp..ion"t> that of one looking "Revenge." sbe answered qutck17."Can't .
The young lady said: "The slippers as be had been when Hugo Lou very far sad mournful distant
| shivered slightly as be went up tbe : her steadily a.s sbe was brought before away you see""If -
beque looked back at him from the door
which we saw advertised arrived all That look of indifference
only servedto
stairs. Ghosts were In the bouse. .I him. Seated at his desk in the very it could be proved"He -

right. They were $3.00, but we bought ghost memories that be was about to'';I throne of his authority. Lucille felt way. his with body twisted a bit from the madden Gibson doubly. was interrupted by tbe entranceof
struggle the his
them for $1.98. Y ou know they didn'tfit slay finally and forever. him a very much more formidable being spy right band I Furiously be lunged when suddenly a clerk witb a card. The secretary
tightly the
so we returned them by mail, and He seated himself at his desk to I j>I than when sbe met him on the mouth clinching Daly bent revolver in bis the blade of his adversary whirled frowned then listened to the whispered
over hits
now mother is out her slippers be wait wandering,: off in a day dreamof I deck. ThN man was ber enemy would little ejaculation of utteringa sending out scores of scintillating explanatlon of the man. a slight smile

memories. Luicille howber ,, surprise which lights as it danced In tbe air above upon his face.
lost in transit. pleasanter -
cause they were whetted tbe curiosity of the
here bad made the his head. He<< fell back as from a blow "Mr. Gibson-formerly Lieutenant
very presence
instantly. After a long interval I be
bis wrist numbed and deadened Gibson"-
place bearable He took tbe precious by the
to his feet
holding a soiled lice
packet of stolen papers from his pocket .r label in his hand. wrench that had carried the handle of Lucille sprang to her feet all confu

The sweet he bad longed for was !' r "Frank the heavy sword from his: grasp. Hugo sion. The last time sbe had seen ber
r Thompson he smiled quietly. Ix>nbeque bad dropped his own blade sweetheart he bad
repulsed her.
bis now and yet it was not sweet "Here is the of
name tbe tailor
LUCILLELOVE to tbe door and was studying him Gibson entered quickly halted ab
He his fist
slapped heavily upon the I who made tbe suit be wears. I
table cursing himself for a fool that ; how he ** quietly uo glimmer in bis eyes. GibsonglJJ't' ruptly at sight of the woman be loved

such thoughts should oppress him. x I ""Manila evercame to go to Manila. () over his bead. The sword wa14stili standing there. with the gentle love

I a < Frankly curious was tbe swaying; from side to side from light in her and the
What ailed the ensign that he did ra I eyes reprpach of
manager. tbe fury with which it had been driven a maid offended in ber form. Slowly
not come? It was past tbe time ap-1 i "Yes-Manila. .No wonder
that crook
pointed. That was most unusual Hei; I hasn't been active in tbe for into the low banging wooden beam very slowly he placed the little ivory

strode i states overhead. I Instinctively ills hand reached box in her hands the box which nugoLoofJt..oque
nervously and down the j
up the last of
The Girl of Mystery floor. Suddenly the floor gave way !' j| pulled couple Chicago years.Tom Wonder that far whatever to recover his weapon when Lon bad given to him. She looked -

t violently beneath him. flashed down | |I from State street" away: shoulder.lieque laid a hand of iron upon bi- i at him inquiringly and his lips

parted: '
witb lightning speed. bringing up upon I| "Then be was a crook?"*
the basement floor with sucb violence :' "It's turn to ask That will do." be cried sternly. "B r "From Hugo Lonbeque witb hopes
Ihe"MASTER my questions. tbe
"By '' a man. sir. Again that mellowed' light for forgiveness and felicitation."
that everything in tbe room was overturned t sergeant Interrupted s
I t sharply. "You drove the light of anger from his eyes With trembling fingers sbe pried
while I he himself lay half
\ PEN"fjrlht i this suit Lucille
I say was assigned to
stunned against the table. Love"- Ills lips opened and the voice of him open the delicate lid. then gave a sharp

He ) was little more than a sigh; "sucb a cry of disappointment that was ecboed
staggered finding himself -
:. A woman who arrested ,
1914. young
An was
picture Miss "
man as Lucille Love deserves. by one of mute admiration and amazement
weak and dazed
was obliged to '
rights reserved by the Universal Rim yesterday. sergeant, when she was
looked at him. startled. from the
-.r others the
clutch tbe table edge as.
; tu keep caught in
SUnufactnriof Company, _bleb U MrLoubeques suit Sheen
I aghast. Once
more Loubeqne wouldha"e box npskle down the
now exhibiting this production toppling over Something cool and r a, a. a '' I me here witb fir Loubeqne and be
x k spoken when from below stairs necklace fell upon tbe floor every blood
soft brushed bin
band then
registered: her Her '
: first
leading tbeaters. Infringement will night berej i iII
came the shrill screech of red facet
bis'I + a poU'tLmaU'14 darting a thousand threats
be rigorously prosecuted the softness grew as iron and she created a sensation by paying on Cut 'I .
II whistle followed almost instantly at them. But Lucille's eyes paid the
fingers were loosened from their clutch tbe cabaret to allow ber to dan e I
He by a rush of feet upon tbe necklace no heed. Instead they fastened -
staggered back back against the
In her
v ,, place Yesterday call came to
I fctalrs.Tbe. upon a little slip of In the
basement wall. lIe heard Lucille'svoice paper
the office from Ixnibeque's suit that
I I I spy's right; hand moved along; bottom of the<< box;
uttering little of '
a delight
cry hotel sneak thief in his
An Ensign Feels His Dignity Offense' His hands encountered tbe light switch.Instinctl"ely When the detectives arrived apartment.tbe placewas the de..k. picking; up a small' ivory box.exquisitely 1 "..age from diary of Hugo Lonbeque.

lacked but fifteen minutes to 0 ': 4-nrved. which be banded I "In a'cunt with General Snmpter
pressing. Tbe room was '" racant. lint the ,
before she found herself; upou the young woman was' t" C i ill:'>I III. Love fur dismissal from West Point
IT a flood of yellow light in the center of
caught on the fire escape" and arrestt>d.
street with the jeweler who bad and robbing ut Lucille-
which \uu will kindly give this to-Lu we
slowly retreating toward the paroled in the custody': of Mr. Roller. I
rushed to her assistance and. after cillewith "Theft committed"She -
conip'iir.ents and felicitations. i
tunnel exit from the house revolver the big jeweler. It is a case of suicide
a short conference witb tbe officer14and "
he murmured. read no farther but sobbing
pointed I'tE'ldilat him with ?"
eyes sergeant
detectives bud arranged her rlease. e Gibson stared at with the abandonment of child
him wondering at a
sighting,: ,: behind the revolver that w ere Holy shook hi.s bead. I

i ersonally) agreeing to produ harder even than the glint of metal, l "Suicide! I should rather guess not I I the lack of emotion run his face in tbi. placed the page from tbe diary in the

her when desired. moment IIr s'rid Slowly, steadily Loulieqne I bands of the secretary of
stood Lucille Love the i war.
precious packet Look at the marls gums. The was
-If you know Loubeque has the pa' "1 "
of papers iu her band forced into his month and tbe gums stepped backward. Then slid see he murmured quietly. Yoa

pers. he demanded. "why don't you Slowly without a word sbe dlsap-i "I| am Lucille Love. daughter of General badly bruised in the doing of it. Where dents a yawning panel stood beside say. Mr. Gibson. Hugo Loubeqne gave
call on a policeman to protect you and from Love." him. He t..uj': in the cavity a second this to you to band to Miss Lover
to rescue them?" peered view departed as abruptly can I find this Lucille Love or I. ube- "
l emlliug as: the door burst open. and -Yes sir.
as unexpectedly as sbe bad ?
Lucille smiled faintly at his commonplace ap-* be her until tile of que

advice pea red, making use of tbe spy'sm'- enemy question Before the manager could answer tbe Sergeant Daly followed by a squad otoWC't'I' "If you do not object. Miss Love" be
the .
realizing absoluteImposslblllty of the
possession bad been thoroughly
papers lurched into be said the
>I. t room."That's to girt with a little knowing
genuity to it
turn him
of against in this.' telephone bell tinkled. He turned to
impressing thrashed
anyone ; out. him!" Daly's shout turned smile in the direction of her
bis sweetheart
hour. For '
a moment he' the detective
with the of greatest excitedly his band nre.i-
her "Your
And ?
power enemy. D..ue. please queried thee .
into n wild yelp of terror the -I shall take this iaftnediatelybefore
as room
sbe must burry to tbe could not think or do anything; then commander ed over the phone mouthpiece."A .
mysterious shortly.
darted toward tbe tunnel. shot from antler the feet of the occupants the board of Inquiry. I ttink
staggering Lieutenant Gibson
house where Ensign Howell was to ]' Lucille felt u thrill of pride running calling ou Miss and with
they found themselves your story and the verifications
back as abite hot iron seared his Love? be explained
at sbe
5:30. thanked
even as ber through her.
J brow even as an orange spurt of flame i i Nell bun to wait." precipitated Into tbe very bowels of the I have gathered of its details, it
friend bidding him
goodby at tbe door "My name sir she said quite will
leaped out tbe darkness Richard house. not only clear your father but
at him. Gibson
of her motorcar. was!" little Inclined for
is Lucille
simply. Lo\'e-daugbter of
Hurriedly she searched the streets He could not charge that way. He General Sumpter Love. United States\ cross examination when first tbe two It was half an hour before they managed also return to the army a young lien-

for theo mysterious residence of HugoLoubeque lashed to the stairs rushIng Into the men approached bim. Shamed\ of his to b'ud their way out; half au tenant who bad been named captain at

hatles army. hour which swallowed the international the time this!" unfortnante incident occurred.
epen. dishevelled. Ac unreasoning jealousy of tbe girl beloved up
She had
<< ten minutes leeway The commander held out bis band. ."
before the ensign was due to call automobile stood before tbe door. fie' "1 aiu in receipt of orders from be had fought the battle out spy completely an though f it

directed It wildly toward the tunnel witb himself coming: to the ample opportunity if she had not forgotten Washington.: be said quietly "to meet
any details of tbe message. Tbe entrance arriving there barely in time Hugo Loubeque. who would turn over there must' be a reasonable explanation I i. though be was. the secretary expected

house to see Lucille step inside another I for her conduct Sergeant Italy f Desperately. Lucille finished her no answer for be did not even glance
was vacant just as she bad to me certain iiapers and orders which
thought it would be. for Loubeque| motorcar and dart forward like a livIng he received from General Love while regarded him steadily a moment then<< dressing and turned to look out the back at the couple who were BO forgetful

thing. told him the reason for his wishing !us.' hotel window over Pennsylvania avenue. of etiquette as to ignore bim.
would never trust himself for in
a longtime at Manila and which ben
to tbe place that bad once been Helpless hopeless yet fighting sold" know everything. Gibson whirled ripe n She was alone in "-a!
. raided. with bulldog ferocity. Lonbeque con the manager. his face livid with ran r. I When the captain of the Terror 6a about the neck of Richard Gibson and
It would suffice<< for this short "It's a He= Lucille's voice
bit of business-that was all. tinned tile chase. Times he won ld" against the sides of the cabin with fists" clinched. I IAnd spoken uf the conrt of inquiry before that young,: man was only mindful of

lose her. only to pick the you bad ber arrested- haher" d which General his burden at the moment.
She let herself easily in by the door car up againIn vibrant force you i Snmpter Love was being <<
[ the most Daly held the arm t tniwa; tried fur tAt
'unexpected place. The: | selling the papers be hadreceived
tbe smashed I lock of the raiding party 3"Yes.. a IiP"she<< repeated, quieting
; I for a fnll five minutes, along the water about to strike, soothing bl&L wit h from Washington"' she bad his desk General Sumpter txr. t
: never bavins lieen repl.iced. Swiftly l the fury which was racking her. "3 1p I
r front. >be> dl"ppt>:lrro. quieting: words. ronjnred np vision_* n( him behind bars umlled as the murmur of two voices
she rushed through the familiar row ms father did receive the papers There
IleA j hnsky. Irate chauffeur stepped be- I Gibson flung upon his heel ail lethe ft But when she realized 011 reaching tbe 'came to him. His eyes closed wearily
In the desk drawer ut
the s iras a military bull iu
spy ) lore his driver and slammed open the i II ( progress at the hotel. black hatred, suspicion! fear. sty that be<< vas at a hotel living quite and bis bead sank forward upon his
found medium sized time. He
t a automatic, tbe | gave them to ills aid. Lleu-
I and
i door a one em"tion- ;n laiD :" .be same as she herself l was allowed to chest, a victim of dreams-dreams of
silencer still fastened on it. The front tenant I Gibson fiancee,
<< my to
i "Hey. souse" he brawled Dear At tbe jeweler's b1s -taJe caused her bad the lets ago. It had been
! door tell olnnged. l angrily. i I cite safe That night ate. joy submerged almost bard giving
j they stolen
t The lastt In the<< play was about to''I "whatta" yen mean cbasin a loidy like: J i i i a servant In tbirploy were of Hugo; of the :prietor. *o almost have' << a !trolr: .i every other feeMng.! It had been four BT mother this' daughter;: whom bed

dot' apoplexy."A day. now co eeeer. aLd still she ha baa. s.oly just regained. And
r be begun. t-lIsi'FJI! flowed was at the I Loubeqne<< : sh";ien. I ttl you. not sold murdered yet-
Lonl'gtr did not answer. Insteac" j The man in ber salt whileshe I not called op efficient courage to.aee and yet-there was another Lucille.
utter i
dour unless the espy bad detected h ,, comma wled coldly. was in the station douse "
rL I|I''be put a question: snapping It in a totPr N "Year I be him. "Lucille
WDtentiAo >is
n matter'for,tbe gasped. Then she won't**- Be falrty

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this knowledgeof this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stones
It is
you the forever.impersonal Saviour or Christ of this business, and that means much to any bujer.McNHLL 9x12 Royal Kirmann Rugs, $38.00 value, $29.98 .
Truth which constitutes both the Science -
and the Christianity!' of Christian 9x12 Axminister Rugs $24.50 value for $17.98
Science. If Mrs. Eddy had stopped at & DAVIS BLOCK( ,

hundreds the discovery of thousands of Christian of do people Science,could that, v Cor. Orange Avc. and Church St.. Orlando., Fla. w 9x12 Royal Treman Rugs, $55.00 value, . $42.50
not as they now say
ence.they are The grateful wonderful for thing Christian that Sci-she I. J 9x12 Velvet Extra Special, $22.00 value, . $16.98
did for mankind was to discern the --
method of Christian Science, by 9x12 Royal Ka Shan, cheap at $100, special, $73.50
of which any person can begin -
the transforming process which 9x12 Savalan Royal Wilton $75.00 value $48.50
St- Paul speaks of, and by means of ,

which the one true demonstrates relationship in of some God and degree 9x12 Matting Rugs, extra special sale price, $ 2.49

man, by recognizing its present real-
ity and availing himself of its law. A REASON
We are apt to think of revelationas
something imposed upon man by
God, but a more consistent understanding -
of the word shows that its

meaning one understands is best its apprehended naturalness.when That ROOF GARDEN THEATRE TO-NIGHT I

Mary Baker Eddy was inspired when WHY?
she discovered and set forth the truthof
Christian Science can not be doubted I
and yet that inspiration, that rev- 4 REELS A.T EVERY SHOW 4
.P ation, required first receptivity.
It was this readiness, this ceaseless
sponsiveness to divine Mind which 1
characterized her whole career and i
made her the leader of the most far- Bison N. W. Drama. 3 Reels. William Clifford, Marie Walcamp
reaching religious and scientific move-

ment was this that same the world responsiveness has kpown.which It JONES GOES JUST THE SAME RIDGEWAY OF MONTANA."

has made Christianity a science resulting -
in such untold benefits to man-
kind that thousands of people spontaneously .
reverence and love the Discoverer L-Ko Comedy. Lehrman, Selby
and Founder of Christian Sci-
ence, Mary Baker Eddy. My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen "
has been
This state of receptivity
wonderfully exemplified in all of those months has not] changed its schedule, but leaves at the

instances where spiritual mindedness same time it always has.
characterized man. In Christ Jesus,
it was his very nature. In the en- TIME TABLE

i deavor Christ idea.to explain St. John the in birth Revelationsays of the Admission Free Until 6:30 p. m. Nights, 5c. and 1Oc. ,

: "Behold I stand at the door, Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front of Evans The Jeweler.
and knock; if any man hear my voice,
and open the door, I will come in to 1
him, and win sup with him and he WEST BOUND EAST BCUD
with me." Read Down 'Read Up
In Science and Health Mrs. Eddy Yowell-Duckwortn Co.

says trines: "Truth and time-honored, independent systems.of doc- ,\A.M.A.M.: FM.. !A.1\1. P.l\I)IP. \i. .

knocks at the portal of humanity." I
,which Orlando 6:30jI015 3:00 I 9.30 1.30 6.00
If Truth is thus ever knocking "
be given admittance it begins the Ocoee 7=30' 1.15 4:00 8.3C 12.3 5.00 Orlando's Largest Store. "Quality Did It.

perstition.awakening process It frees by us removing from the be-su Winter Garden - 7:45 t 1:3o -4:3o 8.15 12.15 4.45 ti

lief that material theories and things Oakland 8ooj--- 4:30 8.00 -- 4.30 ti
could do more for us than God could 1

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Favorite theatre has an unus- ,'
ually good program on this week. ,rte I

Mr. J. P. Stevens is spending today I
m Tampa on a combined business and
pleasure trip. att\flon itja ,

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Joseph and
daughter, Miss Lena, arrived in Orlando r untid r
yesterday from Toledo, Ohio, ,
and will spend several weeks here. .
ri' I
SAVE IN SAFETY : For cleanest clearest Kodak finishing -
go to Robinson's. 3-3-tf

Don't hide away your savings about the
Capt. W. J. Driscoll, of Jackson- ,
house waiting until you have a large amount ville, was among the well known Floridians -
spending yesterday in Orlando. -
'. Think of SAFETY FIRST. : ,. .

Whenever you have a dollar or more, bringit Mr. Walter Drennen returned yesterday fY t
in and deposit it here in The State Bank.It afternoon from New York city, tf
where he had been to look after busi-
will be secure and begins to earn 4 per ness matters. f

cent. .

Savings Acounts may be opened any busi- Studio Kodak will finishing be ready left at at 5 o'clock Robinson's the \

ness day with $1 or more. next day. 3-3-tf Hj

Mr. J. S. Loveless, a prominent horticulturist -
and trucker of the Clar- /' _ MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE .
The State Bankof \ cona section, was among the business SYSTEM OF BANKS I

( day.transactors visiting Orlando yester QeFb.r i

Orlando _ Messrs. Marvin Dillard. B. II. Roper THE fEDERAL RESERVE" BANKING SYSTEM, OF I

and G. W. Bray, of Winter Garden WHICH OUR BANK IS A MEMBER, IS THE BEST BANK-
represented that prosperous section ING SYSTEM EVER THOUGHT OUT. ,
of western Orange in Orlando

Take your Kodak films to Robinson. -
Mr. C. C. Pearce, a well known .
fruit and produce buyer, with head- ..
quarters in Columbia, S. C., is among SERVE BANK. .
the late arrivals at the San Juan CAN GET YOUR MONEY

Mr. and Mrs A. L. Riley, of To- BANK WITH US.
peka, Kas., were among the arrivals
in Orlando this week. They are very
I much elated over Orlando and will be
here for quite a period.An The Peoples National BanK

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8x10 Kodak enlargement free .
atliMIMItlimilltltliMIMIItMOHIMMtMHIMM' at Robinson's Studio. 3-3-tf "IT'S A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU."

Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Coleman, of
Quincy, Ill, were passengers over the
Atlantic Coast Line from Jacksonville -
They will be here for a month I 1
Rllgs Rugs and street.are pleasantly located on Lake .

Mr. J. II. Lockett came up from
Orlando to spend Sunday in the city,
returning today. lie has for some Films

AT COST AND weeks otherwise been decorating engaged in the painting Methodist and THERE'SA Developed.

church in that city.-Ocala Star. I

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. P. Russell and
Cents Roll
LESS Miss L. Russell, of Greenfield, Mass., 10
were among the arrivals in Orlando
testa yesterday from the North. They have
pleasant accommodations at the San A
Juan for an indefinite sojourn.Mr. Take films tofth9wp

ALL SIZES[ AND PATTERNS[ and Mrs. Fred Butter were your
: among those arriving in yesterday -
over the Atlantic Coast Line.
I They are from Niagara Falls, N. Y., !
and are registered' at the San Juan REASON J Pharma j jI

Included in this sale.Don't :I for an indefinite_sojourn.Mr. .

: J. Hopkins, who has been spending -
I the winter in Orlando. 312 East
purchase your : Church street left yesterday for his
I home in New York state. His father, I
I Mr. R. II. Hopkins, who came south \WtlV? !

Floor Coverings until :: with pire State him will for not some return time to yet.the Em- Their Kodak Department

you ,have seen our line : Transients arriving in Orlando yesterday {
I unexcelled. A complete
: and registering at the San : -
I Juan include II. C. Armstrong and \V.I .
B. Button, Louisville, Kv.; Chas.' M.

W Will SaY loll M :I ney Sheldo, Ocala, Topeka; II.,S.Kas.Bartlett; A. ,E.Atlanta Walk-; BOYS AND GIRLS i I stock of Kodaks and films '
e ll OllOYQoar ll J I Chs. A. Bray, Boston; T. B. Merrill - ii i i
:. and W. F. -Sheridan, Chicago. Remember the Indian lecture Thurs- I
is for Tickets at
day night you.
not forget the Boy Scout_ .I lecture Butt's. 3-3-21_i,_
Thursday night, 8:15 o'clock. -- --- ---

H Hand i San ..: Tickets Mr and at Butt's.Mrs.-C. II. Jones and 3-3-2t Miss I r. -

: Katherine Jones, Mr. and Mrs. II. W. I
Link and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. King motored -
in from Zellwood yesterday Friends C piiici-s ;
evening and attended the Christian
Science lecture at the Lucerne theatre \
WEST PINE last night. Mr. and Mrs. Link are
visitors at Zellwood from Dallas, Tex.
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1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Cameron, of '

-- - --- . .. -- -_. -- .- Pontiac, Mich., arrived in Orlando Convincing proof of efficiency in our : .' "
yesterday afternoon over the Atlantic
.'11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.' Coast: Line for a visit of several ,
service is the fact that a large
weeks. They have visited this section Banking .
before and have a number of \
Artistic Souvenirs friends who are glad to see themagain. part of our new business arises from the L ."''..'L..._A' :
1 ,
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.; -
recommendation of present patrons. I .
1 Messrs. Joe E. and Harry F. Phipps I,
of Tampa, were among the popular :
transportation neople visiting Orlando 1k f : iit
Silver Forks Hand : yesterday. The former representsthe \'... > I I
Sterling Spoons, Mobile & Ohio railroad, and the Frequently new patrons tell us that they I -'" '-> ,. ..
latter the Southern railway. Theyare I
Painted China, Crumb Trays and many : making a tour of South Floridain are establishing relations with this Bank ',L :
their automobile in the interests of

other useful and beautiful articles typi- their respective lines. because we have so satisfactorily served f.-fl"'J

cal of Florida and Orlando that will : Mr and Mrs.' A. L. Wine of Oma-
prove their friends.
ha, Neb., arrived in Orlando yester- ,
day and are registered at one of the
a source of great delight to your friends : local hotels. They are making their
initial visit to this city and express .
: "back North." We also themselves as being charmed with "
carry a the many nice paved streets beauti- A consultation with one of our officers %
ful lakes, excellent fruit, pretty flow- e
\ line of up-to-date Jewelry. Our Repair here.
: ers and other attractions found
will convince you of the superior service 1 !

; Department i is in chargeof] most compe- Mrs. R. G. Derby, of Southern } .

Pines, N. C-, was among the winter we offer.
: tent workmen. visitors leaving Orlando yesterday afternoon "
after having spent a most en- iOrlaildo
joyable season. While here she made
her home at the Glendale, on West
street. Mrs. D. W. Richardson whois

T.D.EVANS also to one this of city the,regular will not winter start visitors for- ll Bauk & Trust Coffipally

her late home in the in spring.Hamburg, Mich., until : I.J

JEWELER MOTHERS AND FATHERSDo Orlando's Conservative Bank
not forget the Boy Scout lec-
8:15 o'clock.
ture Thursday night
" ' " " " & > < '* . .. '".. Tickets at Butt's. 3-3-21 1 .:i" ;


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