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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: January 5, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00449
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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VOLUME\ TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1915. NUMBER 280.

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FOX AND GOLIATH BOMBARD ; BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS : Gernay Is Menaced and Will
ONE SHELL MIGHT KilL
Follow Steinb 'ch's Fate-
PASSES PERKINS RESOLUTION and get more people to come and do TROOPS AT DARES I I SELECT I I

it.The SALAAM JURYMEN Result of Offensive by I
FOR PERMANENT Atlantic Coast Line spends U. S POLICYADIINISTRA I
$87,000 per annum to advertise flor- the French
FLORIDA EXHIBITA. ida with the idea of creating wealth
MANY PRISONERS ARE CAPTUREDOnly 500 NAMES WERE SELECTED
where it does not exist. To plan a TION EAGERTO Paris, Jan. 4.-Steinbach has fallen.
co-operative plan between communities. -
C. L OFAClAl ALSO SPEAKSC. This plan operated by the Southern KEEP TRADE WITHS. The Alsatian town to which the :

Pacific community with the Sun- a Few Britons Are Injured This Was Big Task of Day- French laid a violent siege a week .
set Magazine as literature has proven A. COUNTRIES ago and which they later invested and
very successful, in one instance bringing I Petrograd Statement Is New Telephones for Pine
II forced their into carried
I was
A. Maull way
Wilmington, N. C., into the territory fifty-six fam- I
Makes Address Before Or- ilies per month who actually locatedon Shelling Mexicans at Border : OptimisticCaptureSix Castle and Winter Gar- today by the French, according to an

farms. Might Disrupt Policy and Maxims den County Ileuses official statement issued at midnight.
lando Board of Trade- Florida has many advantages vast- About Sad Gernay (called Sennheim by the
ly superior to California, even in the Bring a
Germans is attackedby
Largely AttendedThe matter of climate, for the climate of Reversal Capetown, South Africa, Jan. 4. The first 1915 meeting of the Board ) being violently

California sixty-five miles from the Two British warships, the Fox and of County Commissioners was held the French. This town is three

Board of Trade held its first coast is so hot that one can fry an Washington, Jan. 4.-"One shell the Goliath, have bombarded the yesterday at the court house and miles from the fallen city of Stein-
egg on the road. bach and offensive has been
1915 meeting at the city hall council I The Board voted thanks to Mr. thrown across the border at Naco by troops occupying Dares Salaam, a much business was transacted. The a general

chamber last evening, the meeting Maull. the American forces would end the German East African port. All of first meeting of a new year is the occasion -I directed against these two points in t

being well attended. C. A. Maull, whole border trouble," said a senatorto the enemy's vessels in the harbor for much routine work and important an advance on Muelhausen, which is ,

general agent for the Atlantic Coast DR. HOOD DELIVERS FINE AD- the president and his advisers who were entirely disabled and a numberof business. onl yeight miles away.

Line, of Wilmington, N. d, and L. S. DRESS TO ROUND TABLE were consulting about the acute sit- prisoners taken. One of the most important phasesof The fall of Gernay is expected to

Perkins, of Washington, D. C, of the uation reported by Gen. Scott. "Yes, The English losses were bne killed the meeting was the choosing of follow shortly.

interior department, made interesting i At the meeting of the Round Tableat my dear senator, but don't you see and twelve wounded. 500 names of persons to serve for The French guns massed before

addresses. : Unity Chapel Sunday night Dr. the effect of that one shell might also German East Africa, of which jury work on the criminal and circuit Altkirche continue their bombard-

Mr. Perkins talked upon questionsof S. C. Hood delivered an address on be to shatter our whole South American Dares Salaam is one of the chief courts for 1915. ment of that important railway cen-
I
ter, which also is about eight miles
, interest to Orange county. lie the physical features of Florida. policy" ports, ties between British East The salary of F. K. Karel, foremanof I

discussed the feasibility of a divisionof After dwelling for a while on some I In that little dialogue reported bya Africa and the Portuguese colony of the road camp, was fixed at $80 from Muelhausen, but slightly to the

Florida into two states, North and early Spanish history of the state, senator who himself was a partici- Mosambique.No per month beginning January 1. Mr. southwest of Steinbach-Gernay,
including the tracing of a portion of t Thann and Aspach being grouped
South Florida and also
discussed the lies the Kaiel 13 an efficient man and the
pant, seemingly explanationof Change Says Petrograd
proposition of having a public park in DeLeon's route in his quest for the the administration's hesitation to Petrograd, Jan. 4.-The following boost in salary is deserving as the just northwest of Muelhausen.Thus .

Orlando with tropical plants and trees "fountain of youth," and touchingupon take decisive action to end the kill- I official statement has been issued: county has been benefited by his :Muelhausen is threatened the
that be furnished the pirates and wreckers of the from two quarters, its front on
might by the de- work.
ing and wounding of Americans and "On the left of the Vistula no essential /
southern keys, Dr. Hood proceeded to west, and its left flank on the south.
of lie
partment agriculture. talkedof injury to American property inter- change has occurred. Stubborn The $2,000 bond of Jas. A. Knox,
the advisability of having a Florida give a succinct and clear descriptionof ests by the Mexicans now besieging I fighting is proceeding in the regions as a member of the school board of On the west front the artillery
I duels continue despite the heavy-
,
the physical characteristics of the
exhibit at Washington to be Orlando B. Beachamwas
per- Naco. I of Bolimow. During the nightof was approved. .
state, describing particularly the rains. Elsewhere the allies maintained -
manent and to show the resources The business men of the United th1 third the Germans, after many surety.On the German
manner of the formation of its lakes their superiority over
and of this
products state. motion CommissionersSweat
rushed the Russian a by
States, assisted by the administration, energetic attacks,
Mr. Perkins introduced the following and sink holes. The talk was illus! batteries. ** ;
and Dillard _
telephones were
are now putting forth great effortsto trencljes, but by fierce countr attacks
resolution: trated by maps and tracings drawn ordered to be in the ;
capture the large trade which they lever erepulsed. The Russians placed county
"Whereas, the natural resources of by the speaker. houses at Pine Castle and Winter NAVAL RESERVE BOARD ENDORSED -
South American countries have here- captured six :Maxims and numerous
Florida appeal to the homeseekers, I Garden.It .
tofore done with Great Britain and prisoners.
. investors and tourists who know THE WEATHER was announced at the meeting "
Germany.It In Galicia in the Uszok Pass
region -
them Washington, Jan. 4.-The naval reserve i
; that ten convicts will work on the
Whereas, these resources need onlyto Florida: Cloudy Tuesday, proba- is important, therefore, in the J where the Russians are advanc- county roads this month. proposed by Secretary Danielswas 1
I administration view, that nothing be I ing, a report claims the capture of endorsed the
be made known in a wider circlein bly rain in south portionVednesday The meeting will continue throughout by subcommittee of i
done which will be likely to changethe I several thousand Austrians together
order to increase and maintain a cloudy. today. the house committee on naval affairs I
steady influx of new population and I friendly feeling which the Cen- ;. with much war material. On the ex- today. Secretary Daniels' plan of .

t wealth into this state; and, I tral and South American countries treme left flank the Russians have occupied throwing open the radio stations of J

Whereas, Washington, D. C., is visited RALPH YEARBY WINNERIn have for us, and the administration is Suczaw, close to the Rouma- NO PENALTY OF TAXESBut the govern men to commercial use was .

, by multitudes of people annually apprehensive that conflict on the bor- nian frontier. turned down. j

. from all over this nation and foreign der between the United States and The subcommittee decided to recommend ;

countries, and one of the most con- Exciting Golf Game at C. C.. :Mexican forces at this time would GOOD RECORD SO FAR Only for Few Days Until an increase in marine corps
spicuous this continent J
points on rendering -
it an admirable site for a rep- Yesterday Yearby Beats cause fears of our intentions. Collector Boone Posts Up of twenty commissioned and 110 noncommissioned i j

resentative, permanent exhibition of Dolive by Two Secretary Garrison describes the No drunks were in police court yes- officers, and the estab- J ;
Back Taxes Paid Some
Florida products, resources and information situation at Naco, where Maytorenahas terday. Only two have been arrested lishment of a permanent chief of operations ..l

pertaining to the state; StrokesRalph refused to come to an agree- since the bursting of the New Year Time Ago which the naval experts re- 1
Therefore, be it resolved, that it is
the sense of this meeting that the defeated ment with Gen. Scott not to fire last Friday.Mr. gard as the first step toward the es- j

Orlando Board of Trade should en- Yearby yesterday across the American line, as "un- Salisburge, arrested by Officer Several days yet remain before tablishment of a naval general staff. 9MR.
Louis Dolive two strokes in
by an exciting -
deavor in some practical manner to changed by the last report from Gen. Peel for exceeding the speed limit, taxes receive the 3 per cent. penalty.
encourage the establishment and game of golf at the Country '
maintenance of a suitable permanent j Club. Mr. Dolive gave Mr. Yearby a Scott." I was fined $10; W. C. Tangle, arrestedby This became known yesterday whenC. AND MRS. McADOO HONOR J'

exhibit and bureau of information | handicap of two, which was the indi- Offiver Carter for A. C. L. platform A. Boone, tax collector, announcedthat GUESTS AT SAN FRANCISCO
pertaining to this state at the National "DID 'T KNOW IT WAS LOADED"Escanaba I violations, was fined $1; S. Rizk, EXPOSITION
Capital I rect cause of his defeat, as Mr. Year- he had a large number of checks
;
arrested for riding abicycle without
Be it further resolved, that a copy I by won by two strokes, his handicap !' received during the past month which
of this resolution be forwarded to all he was close and exciting Mich.. Jan. 4.-Fred 'a light, was fined $1; S. Hanson, arrested San Francisco, Jan. 4.Secretaryand
game up had not been posted. The checks were
commercial organizations in this to the sixteenth hole. Thennes, nine years old, 'son of Mr. j by Officer Peel for exceeding Mrs. William G. McAdoo were

state with the request that it receive The and Mrs. Peter Thennes, farmers, j the speed limit, was fined $10; and presented with blank "amount"spaces guests of honor at a luncheon ar-
their consideration and'that they express score: to be filled in by Mr. Boone as i
their opinion relative thereto in Louis Dolive-First 9,. 44; second blew off the head of his sister, six, j J. A. Rowe, charged with profane language payment for the tax s. Mr. Boone, ranged for today by officials of the o

a communication tq this body; 9, 45; total, 89. this evening when he pointed a shot I and fighting, was discharged. Panama-Pacific exposition. Later
I because of the rush of work, has been
Be it further resolved, that a copy Yearby-First 9 43 second gun, which he believed not to be load- j In this case the witnesses for the they made a trip over the exposition
Ralph
of this resolution be forwarded to the ; unable to post these checks and con- i
her head and the trig- I prosecution were Carl Dann, Mrs. grounds.
ed, at pulled
9, 46 total, 89.
Board of Trade and Chamber of Com- ; 1 sequently until they are all posted no J
of The parents were away from Slauter and Mr. Chadwick; for the They arrived last night from San
merce Washington, D. C., with a Col. Bradshaw and A. R. Cardenasand ger. penalty will be attached to taxes.
request for such advice, informationand Frank Guernsey and Dan Bidler home. When they returned they j defendant Deputy Sheriff Bass, M. C. Diego, where the secretary represented 1
Taxes paid within the next few days
moral support as they may will divide the found the boy clutching the quiver- I Broom, Wl M. Smith, Carl Jansen, President Wilson at the opening of
choose to give this body in the prizes. will be dated back to December 31.
prem- I
ises." ing form of his sister. and J. A. Rowe. the Panama-California exposition on .

The resolution was unanimously New Year's day.
TURKS ADVANCING TOWARD LONDON S. E. OPENS
adopted. 1
Mr. C A. Maull's Address SUEZ CANAL Fire Chief Loses Nerve When
London, Jan. 4.-The London stock GARIBALDI WOULD END WAR J
Mr. C. A. Maull. of the Atlantic Paris, Jan. 4-A dispatch to hte
exchange reopened for business to-
THAT ROBBED HIM f
Coast Line railroad OF SON
immigration de-
partment made a fine address along Havas Agency from Athens says: He Tries To Kill Pet HorseW. day, after having been closed since
the line "The Turks have sent important
of
restrictions I
profitable farming; advis- July 30. Severe were Rome, Jan. 4.-Ricciotti Garibaldi, \ ,
ing more particularly diversifiedand forces commanded by German offi-
a placed trading to prevent
upon any-
son of the Italian patriot and fatherof
showed more by many intensive instances system that, came and cers, with artillery drawn by oxen M. Dean, chief of the Orlando turned his back on the trusting eyes thing approaching panic selling or the Lieut. Bruno Garibaldi who was 1 1

under his observation in California, and pontoon sections toward Suez, Fire Department for nearly three of the Spanish named horse. unloading of securities by hostile killed in the Argonne forest recently ''j$
Texas to members of the French
and according
foreign countries. W. M. Smith, chief of police, was countries. while leading a charge by Italian vol-
I The Atlantic Coast Line railroad clergy and nuns from Syria who arrived years, and connected with the depart-
has called, and with more nerve than unteers which resulted in the capture
adopted
a proved plan successfully "
here. ment in fire fighting for
a capacity
operated by the Southern Pacific Chief Dean was able to muster put PRESIDENT" ACCEPTS INVITE of two German trenches, said today

railroad to induce permanent, intelligent more than 25 years, lost his nerve I the horse to death with a well placed Chicago, Jan. President Wilson that, like many other fathers whose j

in addition immigrants.to the The railroad plan embraces advertis-, Your Pittsburg daily paper-New, Philadelphia York, Chicago, Bos-, Sunday afternoon when it became I shot through the brain. It was all has arranged to speak before the sons had fallen, he must conceal his '
ton
ing and the services of the special necessary to shoot Martina, the crip- over in a minute but Dean couldn't Irish Fellowship club on March 17, paternal grief and think only] of the
,
agricultural immigration agent. the Cincinnati, Atlanta. Washington, etc pled fire horse that has responded toa i do it. Smith could, though, for he it was announced last night. best means for ending the war. .1

publication of 20,000 agricultural Curtis & O'Neal.DIVIDENDS hundred alarms in the past four had never petted Martina, or driven

booklets, ilustrating the farming and years. behind the animal as the wheels of FIRST 1915 FIRE ALARMThe

the fruit same growing to be advantages properly distributed.of Florida, ARE SI2.50D$ I Some time ago the horse got its the heavy fire engine rolled towardsa VACATION DAYS ARE OVERPublic 1

The railroad will pay a certain portion feet crossed in its stall in the fire fire. first fire alarm for 1915 was

and asks such Florida towns as house, and fell over backwards, injuring Martina came to the Orlando department sounded yesterday morning at 7:30
will to contribute at the
of
in rate $100 its spine, and later became from the Tampa fire department o'clock. Dense smoke eminating from i 1
Yes-
per page a partnership advertis Orlando Bank and Trust Com Schools Reopened <
paralyzed, the valued horse being un- four years ago when Dean the kitchen at the Orland hotel causeda

ing.The Board of Trade agreed to divide pany Has Made Wonderful able to control its pedal movements. first entered upon his duties as fire terday Following Two fire alarm to be sent in to head-

the cost with the county com- Progress Since Organ- Martina lay for several days in a spe- chief. The animal was the most reli- Weeks Holiday quarters. The run of the depart-
missioners for a page in this book.
Mr. Maull declared that in many ization in 1906In cially constructed stall, but failed to able of the quartette, always eagerto Vacation ment was prompt but futile as the

instances farmers who have occupied show any improvement.On get out of its stall and break for smoke was soon cleared away.

the high priced lands of Californiaand this morning's issue of the Sen- Sunday Chief Dean looked at its place at the engine, and then The boys and girls and young men

ward Texas and the are now looking Florida- tinel the condensed report to the suffering Martina for some time, forge to the scene of the fire with and young women with many a heavy BACK TO HOUSE
opoprtunity is now before -
the state. The railroads are comptroller of the Orlando Bank and t strode to his office and picked up a energy and spirit. sigh Returned to schools yesterdayafter

anxious to educate the farmers alreadY Trust company is published. Since revolver, determined to put the pet "To have shot Martina," said Chief a two weeks holiday. Todaythe Washington, Jan. 4. The immigration -

in the state and induce intelligent its organization in 1906 the bank ha I I of the department out of misery. He' Dean, "would have been like shootingan Cathedral school and Rollins Col- bill containing the alien literacy ;

,favors men no to small come patch into, deferred the state. It made a wonderful progress and by its; was brave enough until he got with- old friend, and I didn't have the lege will open. There will be no rest test went back to the house today. 1i

(jnent proposition, but a plan for pay-men keynote of conservatism has won s L i'' in twenty feet of the old reliable firefighting nerve. I can fight fires with the best until school closes. The college students The measure was passed in the sen- :

with sufficient means to cultivate and substantial position in the bankin; I lovable animal, and then his of them but when it comes to taking : who have been in Orlando with ate by an overwhelming majority

fl, develop the farming lands of the world. Dividends paid up to dat j nerve faded away, he trembled and the life of my old friend, it wasn'tin their parents have also returned to The bill passed the house eleven
state. In other words, it proposes to .
l 'teach farmers to grow more per acre have amounted to 72500. shook at though he had the ague, and I me." work. months ago today.f:1' .

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APPALLING FIGURESOne vor among younger women. There is Up U, date pautmg!, papering etc, Don't wait for every one In town to
something inexpressibly couquettishabout is the kind you want. Where to get I have Entncan. the painter before
hundred and thirty days of this bit of black velvet it? That's easy, phone 636. W. 1. i' you try. Am too trasy> to Ic k you
r. Phone 636, and I will be the
war in Europe, conducted at a daily around a white throat. The ribbon is Entrican. 1-20-tf 'ico. on-20-tt
expenditure of $40,000,000, have cost tied in a pert bow under one ear, and
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rf the people of that continent about in conjunction with the small hat
I five billion dollars. This will astound tipped the Sarah Siddons neckband is r
some of_ us when we pass over an as saucy and daring a mode as has OUR NEW PENNANTS. .
article which says a few hundred been seen in many a day.Don't j
thousand men have been killed jI
dur-
M1gML 0 OM04.iC li ing the time. j I Have you noticed them in the Pine street
narrow your eyes when you
Dollars have a tendency to startleus wish to be impressive. If you draw window? They are not made of cheap cotton

when the loss of life means little. your mouth into a button and allow shoddy with the :letters pasted on. Every len-
We agree with Dr. Crane, who days deep lines to pucker between your I j
"Give me now the money ye have eyes you will acquire a habitual cross' nant we sell is of the highest grade wool 'el t'I
spent on war and on getting readyfor I'
hand
We you something new war and I will do these things:" expression. Is anything: more un- with felt letters stitched on with silk.
pleasant than an angry face with its
in the soap-makers art I will buy every foot of land on the features tide in veritable knots? 'I If there was any way to make a better
globe and present it to the people
who work; pennant we should have them. New, original
FOR SALE
Christie MacDonald the I will strike at the root of crime, "
of
designs great beauty. _
idleness vice and poverty, by givingto No. 1. One hundred acres, locatedon
famous actress, says: every worker living wages; lake front one mile from city lim- i
I will bring comfort and plenty into its; six hundred bearing fruit trees; I W. S. BRANCH,
house and
good
"Your Nyal's Face Cream Soap is perfect. every hovel; light,.liberty and joy to terms. outbuildings. $8,000;
easy
The Arcade Book and Music Store
It is one of the few soaps which I can useandthinksourstheequalofanyoftheim. every slave; No. 2. Forty acres virgin pine tim- 1
I will enable every young couple to ber land on south side of lake front ___ __ _
jorted$2 and$3 cakes which I have tried. marry without the dread of want; tion.three-fourths$1,000.No. mile from railroad sta-

I will put every child on earth to 3. Seventy-five acres, on lakefront I-
Yes-it's all too true. Nyal's Face Cream Soap school, to be suitably trained for a one-half mile from Forest City;Ii
life of competence; six acres bearing orange grove; good i The 14ar1et:
is vastly superior to all other soaps. It cleanses Instead of millions of armed eight room house. $4,500; terms.
and purifies the skin, keeping it clear, men No. 4. Twenty acres four miles
rosy marching to kill, I will organize vast from the city on lake front; twelve I OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
velvety and elastic.It armies of school teachers and there- acres bearing orange grove; orange OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
with the earth crop recently sold two thousand three I'
is fragrant and No-it will overrun ;
subtly sweet. not hundred boxes. Three hundred boxesof FRESH AND SALT MEATS
smart the most tender skin. Really-it's the pride I will have troopships of educators grapefruit now on trees. $6,500; Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
instead of
battleships ,
or destroyers
terms.
of particular people-why don't you use it? No. 5. Lot screened from the flies, and kept fresh
and have them sail to the seven seas, 70x190 feet, on brick Everything away
Of course, you value a beautiful, healthy skin to make war upon ignorance incom- 1000.street; high class neighborhood. and pure.

then-use Nyal's Face Cream Soap. It is the petence, laziness and animalism; No. 6. Thirty acres near hard sur- We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
acme of the soap-maker's art because it gives a I will build parks playgrounds, libraries face road; one mile from railroad everything in the Meat Line.
theatres and concert halls station, on lake front; four acres
soft bubbly lather and is fragrant as the flowers. i budded grove; six hundred boxes of
until every son and daughter of man fruit; one hundred and fifty thousand H. N L Self & Co.
It costs twenty-five cents the cake and well = shall be as cheered as kings; feet virgin pine timber. $3,000.J. .
-- worth it. Nyal's Face Cream Soap will improveyour i I will dress every human being as E. CRAWFORD PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
Office, Orland Hotel. I
the nobles are dressed;
complexion. Come to our store-get a 1-3-lno
I will home table with
cake today. This Is the one soap you've been jM, pile every
delectable food fill home book-
\\nr\\rtn6 for, tESTES every ,
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shelf with books and put music in
every house; I IB
PHARMACY I will endow the common people
with the luxury of lords; .
I will establish a church in

111111"'I''III'I'I'II'I""II'I'III't'I"II'III.REAL hamlet preacher, and of pay reighteousness the living; of every every B Begin Tile N W Year r III! !

. i ESTATE nish I will funds' federate for one the international nations and fur-ex- [

ecutive legislaive and military equipment -
so that international war shall
be impossible and in time forgotten.I I
will clear the way for the rapid
advance of science of art, of sound
Cook and Heat
We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If economics, of religion and of com-

you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call merce;
I will so develop the resources of

and talk your wishes over with us. the land, and so encourage invention
manufacture, and scientific distribu- WITHORLANDO
The manager of this firm has had years of exper- tion that there shall be nevermore .

any famine; .
ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a And I will brighten up this planet ,.

until it shines like the sun in its
million dqllars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last
place in the heavens, and all the stars
two shall wonder;
years.
And shall sing "still quiring to the
We are well posted on the value of all classes and young-eyed cherubim" and say: GAS'Th
"Peace be within thy walls 0 tem-
kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all pled Tellus and prosperity within thy
palaces."
bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real

DICTATES OF FASHION
Estate Bargains.


In so the fine new one lace can-0--flouncings hardly see the it.meshis ll 1o11 I Surely he Happy Y


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Light grays verging into tan are 1!
WARING REAL ESTATE COMPANY becoming season. increasingly popular this


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R. D. WARING, Manager collection of frocks is complete
without one black and white combina-
'. Rooms 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 631 tion.

1115tfMM -0-- WATER & LIGHT CO.f
Topping a blue broadcloth suit of

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color velvet brimless hat. GAS DEPARTMENT
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r Broadcloth leads as a smooth tai- J
lored suit fabric for suits and dresses.
There are some new woolens on thecamel's
llammond&Gore
hair weave, but these are seen


REAL FUNERAL VALUES DIRECTORS AND LOW E MB AIMERS.PRICES only long Short as coats yet as they on are a-not few undoubtedly--overbecoming imported are gowns., the to Th FI ri R l E mt & IllY Unmnt 1 Cot 1


many people. With many short fig-
/ COMPARE ures the three-quarter length gar- I
ment wreaks havoc, for it cuts off Capital $50,000. Folly Paid Up.

I OUR FURNITUREWe I the height disastrously.- Incorporated 10: Florida; Therefore Under Slate Control I

The wrinkled I
basque is here and
provide the quality of furniture that has long
been furniture to stay, apparently. But it shouldnot
accepted by knowing buyers as the
standard of merit. If an article is here it is good. be worn by the small woman, as
It wouldn't here were it otherwise. We ca i't make it makes her look insignificant, and
this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof as for the stout woman she should
this business and that much to not be tempted. It is not for her.
means any buyer.
invitation to ancj
I -0-- extend a cordially investors

McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK, ordered The long have coat fur borders.models as In generally some of WE Property-Holders to call at our office, to learn

Ave. and Church SI. the very new short coats the coat is and conservative methods.
I. Cor. Orange Orlando Fla. the most progressive ,
fitted just below the bust; added to

J this is a frankly ruffled peplum which To yourinterests this Company aside ot hei
does not quite reach the hips.0 protect ,

- Bank Guarantee whenever
- - financial strength, give OUt
Liberty velveteen is ideal
an mate-
THE OSCEOLASTEAM rial for rest gowns of a comparatively clients demand it. Enquiries by mail promptlygan
inexpensive order. In japonica j
pink and in all the fashionable shadesof swered.

HEAT THROUGHOUT yellow this suff is lovely. It looks '
well when combined with plaited chit HENRY BENEDICT President
Magnolia and Robinson Ave. J. W. BURLEY Manage fon and bordered with narrow bands ,
of skunk.
= :
- Office over Peoples National Bank. Phone 570 _
TRY A WANT AD. The Sarah Siddons neckband oj {

I1 narrow black velvet continues in fa. t
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THE SAME HERE OF without horse or weapons, had crept I 0

VOLUNTEERS ARE during darkness from the tent in I

We are doing a superfine line of which he slept.

printing in our job department just I I the wild- "He got safely past the German
One Thousand Unrecognized
now, and our sale bills are the talk war are those sentries. Then he reflected that it I GRANDTODAY

of the county, says the Blue Springs, ganizations Great Britain-All Are Drilling I They was a shame for a Cossack to lose his

Mo., Voice. Week before last we put ;, and are corre- horse and lance. So he crept back,
order of bills for a farmernorth Want to Enlist They have a su- facing the risk of being killed or recaptured -

II and lie recovered both horse
town and they were so at-
London, Jan. 4.There is a
tractive and nifty that he couldn'tbegin lance or their and lance and galloped away. The
feet furor for
to take care of the crowd that organizing 1 I horse was killed by a shot from an

flocked to the sale. After getting the corps throughout Great Britain, i of the Daily outpost. From his lance Tchumakoff

for animal, implementand the war office is getitng (! remarkable sto would not be parted." Paramount Pictures
top price every criticism account of the CorporationPRESENTS
on way
article on the bill, the auctioneer I horsemen, who The skill of the Cossacks in scout-
these well intentioned
treating
simply couldn't stop. The people just finds. To heir ing is responsible for most of the
forts. No less than
one '
clamored for more. The farmer, in and wilyness Russian successes, says this observer.
recognized volunteer I' drill and science They are especially notable for rapid "
the hope of driving them away, put drilling. "THE BARGAIN
his mother-in-law. She brought are mere effective flanking operations. Through an ingenious -
up The office has just I ,
war
j war. lIe says: ruse of Cossack cavalry Gen-
$160 on the hoof. Then he offered his I
that it will recognition
mortgage for sale. A lifelong friend- volunteer grant is Mi- eral Marshall von Hindenburg was in five splendid parts.
military
old !i is with the inI deceived about the line of advance of
ship between two neighbors was affiliated with the
which become
each tried outbid the I Filimonoff is a the Siberian reinforcements in the
WM.
shattered, as to tral Association Volunteer S. HARTThe
his horse first German Warsaw and
I sits advance on
knocked downto
other. It
was finally of which Lord
Corps clerk, but his largely due to this factor the Ger-
the richest man, who was promptly president, and that Lord famous Broadway f ia\orite, plajs the leadingrole
knocked down the He Wet's. On the mans had to retreat.
by poorer. ough's corps is the only one which abounds situations
In
--of a lit- demanding daring
sold the weeds along the roadside.
will other time
now, or any PANGS OF RHEUMATISMOh and
lie sold a gold brick that he boughtin official recognition.It of twenty courageous acting.
Chicago at the world's fair. He dispersed or
is argued that the home outposts or punk and painful ailment, that
sold the ruts in the road in front of
army should form part of the his the of
his place and then offered to sell the means prompt derailment com-
secret of where he had the sale bills forces of the Crown, so as to be promoted to fort and of peace! Oh, rank disease HEAR .

ognized combatants, whereas the St. George's that rustles around joints and
my
We results "
printed. can give no as
rules framed by the war office way.'c. muscles, whose tortures seldom cease!
the tall in.
returns are no They are
bidding yet. That's the kind of sale to keep them outside the pale. things since. I You rack a mortal's system, you take THAT" T ORCtlSTRA"I' (

bills we print. enemy"francstireur., it is "feared, would call up an Aus- his nerves and twist 'em, his bones

two hun- and thews you strain; you are the

THANKS It is urged that the and coal. When, condensation of all abomination, epit-
has made it so that to form
force was sur- ome of pain! You never are contented -
I wish to thank my many friends force increases the risk of a by himself div- until you have invented some nov- Remember this is the only: place in Orlando you
for the help given my sisters and me wife or daughter being
elties in take frame
pangs; you my
during this automobile contest, and racing for help. can seePARAMOUNT
although I did not get the car, I con- worse. surprising. He and bend it, and then you seem to
sider I am a winner in the warm A lot of fun is being made some of his rend it with burning, poisoned fangs. PICTURES
friendship shown, which I value far badges which the war office has Your tricks number
thereby val- no man can ; you
got
more than automobile that ha .
any ed out to volunteers.The
ever been made. Cossacks take come and murder slumber, and make
new war office "badges" the night crime until victim
1-3-2t LAURETTA CRUX. I visited the I a your
arrived. They are six inches hours that
and saw at curses the crawl like
with "G. R." in
bright red, 2Oc
having hearses along the road of time. No lOc
They are to be worn upon the favorites
A Beautiful you're playing; impartially i
They are cleverly contrived to you're flaying the monarch and th.

, gest in one effort a shoeblack, a had his left churl, the warior in armor, the writer

man, an obesity belt, and a hot told that he and the farmer, the dotard and the
the terrific bat- TOMORROWOn
PlACE CHEAP bottle cover. month ago, he girl. In palace and in attic, the sufferers -
rheumatic are shrieking in
a similar sports
BattlefieldsIn
I COTTON STA \ their woe; you laugh at pills and potions the Belgian

at liniments in oceans and none
1-4 of mile outside Signed Subscriptions to be martial induced super-to can lay you low. What are the doc- the Great European War

Amount Received by tors doing? What ghosts are the-
their horses
city limits. 11 acres mittee in Charge Cot of cases of pursuing? Why don't they strive to 'While Wciglc Took Moving Pictures"The
ton Loan Fund block that demon of diseases which in
of good bearing death to aban-
the Grand our feet and knees is, until we can only authentic European war pictures. If
New York, Jan. 4.- i
not walk-Walt Mason.
beautiful reached the satisfied of' this-your money will = I
;
grove---- amounting to $96,593,600 have you are not po c-
Cossack Nikita
received by the committee in When the children return from tively be refunded.

lake frontage. Five of the $135,000,000 cotton loan comrades into was am- school and complain of hunger, have Special matinee Commencing at 2:300'elock., I
an
hard- Signed subscriptions for prepared on the back of the stove a
later Tchuma-
room cottage, pledged by the cities of warm drink, either cereal, or some I -

San Francisco were received two bullets, one soup, or hot milk, and let each child / &. j

day. The cities of Louisville and one through have a cupful. A warm drink is much

road.$6,5OO Pittsburg have sent word that but car- more nourishing than bread and but-
Tchumakoff,
I signed subscriptions are on the ter, cold meat, pie or cake. THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S

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Colonial Hills AttractivenessIs ,

Attracting Attention. Dr. B. D. WIENENGA, Prop. '


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'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida

Pineapple Banana THE I II



Strawberry Rosalind Club HouseON

\Ve are headquarters for

extracts of all kinds and have WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPER

several of the best brands.
Ever hear this before? Let the Delicatessen' :Man do it.
I Something New !
Orange or Clover Hone)'. Something new Try it. Ask About it.

ready the table. For one, for two, for .
Vegetables Fresh Every Day. Complete Lunch put up eefor more

Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand \'
W BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES
EtA COLD MEATS
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cnoayJnuary POTATO SALADJ.


CARUTHERS & GORE I R. TRESHER 26 J. E.Bakery NICHOLSON'SPhone



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Phone 200

FIRST TIME IN ORLANDO Am Leaving Florida

l6 and 8 East Pine St. Mr. Carr will sing Alexander von Fielitz' Cycle .And:2willSpecially Price my two Properties in Winter Park _


PHONE 646 "Eliland" of ten numbersAs A good 6-room house, 7 acres-of land and a fine Grove of 800
full bearing Orange, Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two
AUTO FOR HIRE blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addition -
will make a yearly return on
this
home property
to making a
'r FIRST CLASS REPAIRING- only 250 chairs will be placed in th e Club House, only 250 Tickets will the investment of from 10 to 25 per cent, according to crop and
BARNARD & SON market conditions, price $8,500.00; also
be sold.Tickets Winter Park 12-room New Modern
in
My Residence Propertv
17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla. of
dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front, 20 acres
12-10-lm land highly improved. 1600 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigated
on sale Monday Morning at 9 a. m., at Estes'Drug garden. Property is close in, well located, close to the new
Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough for
Dr. S. S. JonesCHIROPRACTOR Store. Price $1.00 the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16-
500, and will give possession in 30 days.
*
See owner only. Write or phone me for a date and I will send
FIRST COME FIRST SERVED to show these properties.
my car to any place in Orange County you

duate Davenport College, 17 and ; J; ...' 4,.
[Yowell-Duckworth building; phoneIntelligent < I ED. F. KEEZELBOX
people everywhere
being restored to health by chiro- 33. WINTER PARK FLORIDA
Jlctic adjustments, the new science Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places.
removing the cause cf disease. Ex- I
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South Florida THE DAILY SentinelMORNING LIFE-Life is a series of getting' up in the I BAPTISTS AT LAKELAND I Here is a Bargain and .. '--- -- .-

of
morning; being pleasant at your
AND WEEKlY meals of according one-half of the' Should be
W. M. GLENN ........ .. . ........Editor ; South Florida Baptist Snappedup
W. C. ESSINGTON .. BaaincM Maaaau Morning Sentinel to Friend Wife; of Association -
-- greeting your friends on the streets Met at Lakeland in 1
Entered at the pottoffice at Orlando. Floe I by Speculators. -
ida. .. Second Claw Mail Hatter. with some show of civility and cour- Interesting Session !
SUBSCRIPTION RATES tesy of not overworking sten-
Daily. 1 Year ........................ $5.00 ; your YesterdayThe .
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2.60 ographer; giving to your competitorcredit
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1.25 for
knowing something talk-
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .60Weekly. ; ministers of the
1 Year ...................... $1.00 ing neutrality with your German Baptist Association South Florida
friends; wishing for peace in Europe; met in the First
TRUE E
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN Baptist church of Lakeland yesterdayat ECONOMY
ADVANCETO plugging and plodding for a Greater Forty-five acres in the Lake
ADVERTISERS Orlando; striving to bring more industries 10:30 a. m., with Rev. R. E. Reed,
:
of Bartow presiding. The Conway District where like
to the city; and in a thousand followingwas
c.py far display and all ether haadcetadvertising
must be hand,. in at the banneM I ways trying to be contented; the program: is from is
office at the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. and to keep the little hammer 1,000 Devotional Frank Lyons. property selling $100 securing what you
the day before Thin
publication. male applies
to chances for contract advertising: it Is feet under the ground. "The Pastor Leading His Bible to $125 per acre. This tractis the
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. o School," R. E. Reed, Bartow, Fla. want, at time you
SubecriLers desiring The Sentinel discontinued "The Pastor Training His surrounded by fine young
STORIES OF THE DAY Young
should notify the office in writing on want it and at the price
the date of expiration otherwise it will be People, M. J. Hoover, Plant City groves. Is heavily timberedand
continued at the regular subscription rates
until notice to atop is receded. "Trusts, monopolies, have had their Fla. afford
Telephone N....r ...................... 24 day. They did more harm than good. Song, Mercer University Glee Club. is very rich soil. Owneris you can to pay

TUESDAY JANUARY 5, 1915. Hence they must go. But, all the "The Pastor and :Missions," Ed. S. a non-re!:ident and has in- for it.
admire the Barnes, Fort :Meade, Fla.
- -- same, we must longhead-
"The Pastor a Soul Winner" J. A. structed us to sell this prop-
Even one enemy in Orlando is too edness of the men who created these
Davis, Lakeland; James Day, Mul-
many. vast enterprises. erty at only sixty dollars per
o The speaker was Senator La Fol- berry.
Song, Glee Club. acre.
Poverty has taken many a hard fall lette. He went on:
out of ambition.A "The trust creator reminds me of Business.
o the little boy who entered the farm- Adjournment. OUR ANNUAL

pessimist's heart probably looks er's truck patch and said, touching a
like a dried apple. handsome cucumber on a vine: ADVANCE IN CRUDE OIL PRICE .
o "'How much for this?' Cooper Atha

The crookedness of a river is mere- "'Ten cents,' the farmer answered. Pittsburg, Jan. 4.-An advance of FALL WINTER\

ly a matter of course. "'I don't want to pay more than five cents a barrel in principal gradesof 114 South Orange Aye. Ground Floor
o about two cents,' said the boy. crude oil was announced here to-
But there are times when it is bet "'Well, here's one for that price; day by the West Penn Oil company. Phone No. 311

ter to leap before looking.You said the farmer, and he lifted up a --------
--
o very small cucumber that grew be- -

can't make both ends meet by side the big one. CLEARANCE SALE
stretching your imagination.Not "All right. I'll take her,' said the
D boy. 'But don't cut her off now. I'll .
all sponges are taken from the call for her in two weeks' time."- I

sea. Some are born in Orlando.A Philadelphia Bulletin.
o Is the essential aid to this
baby never talks back in the lan- Lafe Bud, who served in the "siegeof

guage its mother uses in talking to Chattanoogy" in 1898, says he LAKE EOLAHere
it. hopes he'll never have t' love another economy.

o country. Bein' all dressed up an' no

A woman is always suspicious of place t' go is bad enough, but bein'

another woman who has nothing to an ex-president an' no place t' light
say. must be th' limit.-Abe Martin.
o is an unusual offering one that I can unhesi-

Young man, the girls with eyes like LETTERS TO THE SENTINEL
tatingly recommend as a GREAT BARGAIN. The lot is
& dove may possess an appetite like Sale
Editor The Morning SentinelIn
.an ostrich.So speaking of a building for a 90x200 and the house contains seven rooms and bath.
Q "Made in Orlando" exhibit at the Sub- !
many of us imagine that we tropical Midwinter Exposition, I wishto Servants room on premises. Orange and grapefruit and
made our first mistake in the selec- say I am now making a number of
articles, such as ladies' sewing tables, peach trees shruberry and flowers and ornamental Commences next ::
tion of our parents. library tables, jewelry boxes, and Thursday j
o fancy chairs besides a number of other I
plants. Owner will sell furnished unfurnished. The
or
Anyway, the trusts are unable to articles, ornamental and useful. I!
made in Orlando and all
They are
corner the sunshine market in Orlan- from Florida timber. Now I would location is No. 215 E. Robinson avenue, on north shore of
do and Fair Florida. like to show some of these, but do
---0- I not feel able to pay the price demanded Lake Eola, and overlooking Eola Park. Listed exclu-

A year ago a Terre Haute, Ind., I II in the exposition building.I Jan1 7th 1 E 1
young man named Brown married a.I. such am a building a carpenter can and be built painter I am and will-if sively with me. The price will astonish you, it too low, .

girl named Green. The baby is said ing to donate one week's time to help but owneris determined to sell. Cash or terms. ,
build and then make free
to be a little yeller. same, space
for all Orlando-made articles. I thinkit I
o
would surprise some people to
( In the trenches of Belgium, France, know what is being made here. Let i 1 i
Galicia and Poland the soldiers of us show what is and can be made in 1i i i
many nations are getting cold feet in Orlando and from native product.F. !i
H. MANNING.
j more ways than one.
0'l S. Y. WAY i I
ITALY'S LOAN COMPLETEDRome :
l An Orlando man must die before I DRY GOODS J

; his will amounts to anything, but the I .
Jan. 4.-The loan of $200-
: will of a woman becomes effective
: immediately after marriage. 000,000 arranged by the governmentfor Insurance and Real Estate Agent
use in connection with military

Probably no woman o ever hated a preparations has been fully sub- PHONE 172 MILLINERY I
scribed for, according to all indica-
man for being in love with her, but
tions. The subscriptions<< are to be .
many a woman has hated a man be-
cause he was indifferent to her opened today.
charms.Congressmanelect. The loan is to run for 25 years and
will bear interest at 51-2 per cent.
l 0 READYTOWEARMEN'S
Sears was a recent -
visitor to Orlando, and while in CITY COUNCILThe
r that city he stated it would afford city council will meet this atI -

t him much pleasure to put in some I ternoon. -
good licks for Orlando's proposed Ii

postoffice building. Evidently Mr. i_ I

Sears understands the political game.
Now if he can get on to the Block-

for som many handshake years.-he Apalachicola will have a Times.cinch La Vallieres and Bracelet Watches FURNISHINGS :,

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GOING SOME

t You can never tell where the county -
BOOTS and :SHOES :
r newspaper goes to, says an ex- dainty enough for a fairy
; change. Some of them are like the

for editor some who advertising.wrote to a catalogue They replied house What girl can resist the charm of a dainty La Valliere, a veritable

\ that they would be glad to use his lacework of gold or platinum, set with precious or semipreciousstones :
I space but would like to know what I I

t territory his paper covered, where- The designs this year are so unusually lovely, so delicate '. i

upon from he New told York them:ot"This San paper Francisco goes, I and fine, we are sure they must have been inspired by the fairies. We.pay express charges on all I!

,. from Canada to the Gulf, and it keeps out of town purchases. { I I
E me working until two o'clock in the Bracelet Watches. A II
Especially charming, too, are our more pleasing gift i I
morning to keep it from going to
Hell." could;not be chosen, or one that combines so much beauty with [practicabilityCome

LETTERSThe o I REMEMBER THE DATE! AND.BE HERB'! I

in and look them whether intend to
j Sentinel is pleased to receive over yon pur-

letters from its readers on questionsof chase or not. We know it will be a treat to you to see

public interest. In another column these exquisite pieces of jewelry,
:' is a letter from a booster who will
.
t contribute his time and efforts to- jI I j

t wards building a structure to house OPEN EVENINGS j
the proposed "Made in Orlando" ex-
hibit at the Subtropical Midwinter
Exposition to be held in Orlando in DICKSON .IYfS CO.

February. Come on, :Mr. Booster,
write us a letter and tell us what you
will do, or what you think of the T. H. EVANSJEWELER
"Made in Orlando" exhibitWhen

'.. you are writing you might touch upon .DEPARTMENT STORE..b
the question of a division of Florida ,.
into two states, and how you favor

\ such a proposition. Letters written Orlando Orange Avenue Florida ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACID

by the friends of the Sentinel express I .
the feelings of this community; they i io i I

' reflect the innermost feelings of a II rl.:
composite city. Write today. .


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Five Big Reels Today

"The Cross in the Desert powerful Special dramatic Feature.European"Absinthe.feature" A Leak

i n four reels with King Baggot andLeah T OOK at the feed robe. IfitscnTred
Baird. '
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like the Parker-the Pen wont leak
Imp. "Jane Marries." A great The Parker Lucky Curve Feed Tube

Two Part Broncho. A Powerful Play of the Arizona Wastes. omedy cleverly acted."Absinthe" lary w.r1.Attraction.,ImiiJf tkt tmml This,drawslnk causing Capil oat
is an all-star affair. Its of feed tube,as ia picture the instant
I the best thing King Baggot ever yon Parkers turn wont pen leak.upright. That why
nacted. It is the best thing Leah Ordinary fountain pens have straight
Baird ever did. These two stars supported feed tubes in which ink Mays even
s
I when pen is point up. Air inside of
[ by a great big French com-
pen.ezpandingfro n heatof your body,
any; were directed by a star stage forces this ink out onto end of pen.
"As a Man Thinketh :director Herfert Brenon. "Absinthe" -T Standard style Parker Lucky Curve
Fens $1.50 to$250.00 according to sue
made in
was by our own company and ornamentation.N .
Paris, in the heart of the district
very r .w Parkar Jack Katf Salary Psa
infested by absinthe drinkers. cannot leak if it tries. You
ran even
Beauty. A Superb Sociological Drama. Don't miss this great feature today. carry U./d1. 4mm. Prices$2.50 up.
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holds onto your pocket
like s snapping turtle
AND and Jlf.ff..f* into its :
" " " " " " " " . shell when you want to
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I SUPREME E AUTO OILARE Money refunded. ifany 8Cd

dist minister and his family. Many Parker Pea doesn't
friends from the other congregations THE BEST FOR YOUR CAR please. We pjotect
with Dr. Stagg, Dr. Poulson, and dealer.
{@rluubu urtrty Dean Remsen and a large number of Drums for shipping and storage I pock s bcfQt'C leakless CoAi&hc.Parker Pea into year
Methodists
came to welcome them.
Mrs James L .Giles Mrs. Edna Fuller tanks kept on hand.
-Edited By Miss Eliza Wri&ht- Mrs. Joe Davis and Mrs. Joseph
Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254 Guernsey received at the door and introduced Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit El
the guests to the president :all cars. Give make of car when you .A.llen &z Co.
of the Ladies' Aid Society, Mrs. J. W. order. i.
WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDARJan. the holidays with their parents at the Simmons; president of the Ladies' ,

Methodist parsonage. Missionary Society, Mrs. J. D. Rush; JEWELERS
5th-9th. --0SmithGaskins-- Rev. J. B. Mrs.
Ley Ley and her sis-
Miss Lillie GULF REFINING COil [6.
Roux. The
WeddingMr. ter. parlorswere
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Tuesday P. H. Gaskins, of Jacksonville beautifully decorated with bamboo ,, SO]==
3 P. M.-Sorosis Club business the adopted son of Mr. Benj. Drew, red roses, and poinsettias and P. G. WALTON Agent
meeting, book review. has visited in Orlando times ferns. A of
bevy charming
many young
I Office Phone 450. , ,
Junior Matrons Card Club; Mrs and his friends here will be greatly' girls served the guests with cake and IIMMIMIMtl ell. U " ninn

DeWitt Miller, "hostess. I interested in the following clipping coffee. The congregation are very Residence Phone 269. W. S. Coleman W. R. Rhan | '
"Auctioneers; Mrs. Wm. Lege, from Sunday's Times-Union: pleased to have this consecrated pas- '
,, hostess. } An interesting society event of the I I tor and his splendid family at the THERE'S A REASON FOR
Centa Medio Dancing Club.- week will be the marriage of Miss head of their church.InterestinJt .
Wednesday Ernestine Smith, daughter of Mr. and Announcement VENEER CORES
3 P. M.-Unity Circle; Current Mrs. Windle W. Smith and Mr. P. H. Friends in Orlando have received SUN PROOF PATN'I'
.Events Mrs. Laubach. Gaskins, which will be solemnized the following marriage announcementof $1.25Per
Mendelssohn Club presents "Hia- Thursday evening at 6:30 o'clock in a member of the former firm of
watha," Rosalind Club.Thursday. the First Presbyterian church, Rev. Hamilton & Dunn. Strand ; ; Sold at gaining in popularity every day.
Dr. Julius B. French, pastor of the "Mr. Lee Dunn announces the mar- Up
Rosalind Club afternoon. church performing the ceremony.The riage of his sister. Miss Ella Jane QUALITY-THAT'S IT
I FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND
8:15 P. M.-Mercer Glee Club at bride will be given in marriageby Dunn, to Mr. Ira Willis Roberts, on
OAK WOOD We also handle a full line of Painters' A Pape
Yowell-Duckworth roof garden. her father, Mr. W. W. Smith and Tuesday the twenty-ninth of Decem-
Saturday will be attended by her sister, Miss ber, nineteen hundred and fourteen, Orlando Wood Hangers Supplies. 20OC:RollWall PapeORLANDO
3 P. M.-D. A. R. card party. Red Winifred Smith as maid of honor. Lawrence, Ind. At home after the YardB. to go at cost price.
Cross benefit; Mrs. S. A. Hudson, The only bridesmaid will be Miss twenty-fifth of January at 1427 Com W.
hostess. Ruth Drew. merce avenue, Indianapolis, Ind. PINE STR Kingsley"LT ,AND Proprietor R. R. PM AND WAIL PAPER CO.i i i
The groom will have as his best Miss Dunn has many friends in Or- ""..ephone 344 .
To Organize Card Club man, Mr. LeRoy B. Giles of Orlando, lando who will wish her much happi- 9.'tP X The Sign of the Sun Phone 261 205 So.Orange Ave.

Several of the young girls were to and Mr. Clifford S. Johnson, will act ness in her wedded life. . . . . . . . . .
have met with Miss Augusta Wrightat The No "At Home" -. . . .A. . . . . . ..
ushers will be
as groomsman. -- - - - - --------- - - - - - - - - - - -
her home on Lake Cherokee this Messrs. Floyd Knight, Frank Holt, I i I The Cathedral school faculty will --- -- --. ---- - --
afternoon to organize a card club. Howard Harkisheimer, and C. E. Gar- I not have an "at home" this first' -
Those who are invited to join are ner,Jr.Little. Tuesday, owing to the school just
Misses Guilda Happersett Elizabeth Miss Margaret Barker, opening after the holidays I
Branham, Jean Person, Lillian Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Mr. Beeman EntertainsMr. FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
Vida Miller, Alma DeLaney, Mayme Barker, will be flower girl, and the Lester Beeman entertained a
Thornton and the hostess. wedding music will be rendered by number of friends last evening at his
Red Cross SocietyThe Mrs. Charles Davies organist of the delightful home "Shore Acres" on
ladies who have been sewingfor church. Lake Sue, in honor of Mr. and Mrs Established 1886
the Red Cross Society have re- Following the ceremony, which will Harry Hoffman of New York city,
ceived from Major F. H. Lawton, be witnessed by relatives and scores and Mr. and Mrs. James Calder, of I
quartermaster corps U. S. A., an ac- of friends of the couple, there will bet New Jersey. The large porch was
knowledgment of two boxes of Red wedding reception at the home of beautifully decorated in variegated
Cross hospital garments. Two more the bride's parents, after which the colored lights. Elaborate refresh- CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE
boxes, including the results of a bride and groom will leave for New ments were served. McIntosh's or-
"sewing bee" at the Cathedral school, York city and other points in the chestra rendered music.
will be sent to New York today. The I North and East, where they will
American Relief Clearing House in I spend their honeymoon, and on their SPECIAL PERFORMANCE AT THE LOANS
Paris cabled an appeal to the New return will be at home to their GRAND i
York Times for these garments for friends after February 15 at the
the ill and'wounded, and the French Windle hotel. '
Red Cross Society cabled that their Both :Miss Smith and Mr. Gaskinsare Mac Tallman, manager of the .ZEAL ESTATE RENTALS '
. greatest need at present is these hospital well known in Jacksonville's social Grand theatre announces that the
J garments. circle and have a host of friends
Here From PennsylvaniaMr. who will extend congratulations and ministers of Orlando churches, the
and Mrs. Edward Wright, of I best wishes. city officials and the press will be .
Floradale Pa., have arrived in the Mercer Glee Club shown the European war picturesthis
city to make their home two miles The Mercer University Glee Club, morning at 11 o'clock at a spe- I
west of town on the beautiful Swind- which will sing at the roof garden on
ley grove. The couple are uncle and Thursday evening under the auspicesof cial performance. These pictures will FO4 Bungalo 5 Rooms Furnished South Main
aunt of Mr. Fred Greise, of Philadel- the Triangle Society of the local be shown at the Grand tomorrow af- ,
phia, who is well known in Orlando, churches is singing in Tampa tonightand ternoon and evening.OSTEOPATHY. Street.
being interested in the orange business Plant City on Wednesday night,
with Dr. P. Phillips. then the grand finale of their Florida .
Returns After Visit tour in Orlando at 8:15 Thursday t
Orlando.
House South
Miss Annie Whalley, the attractive night. An elaborate program will be :Seven i\oom ,
visitor of Miss Elizabeth Branham, given. Admission, fifty cents. Tickets -
leaves today for her home in Ala- on sale at Allen & Co.'s jewelry DR. J. c. HOWELL ;
bama after a most delightful visit I I store. DeLaney drug store, Curtis Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon Two New Five Room Houses, South West Orlando.
over the holidays with her former ( & O'Neal's book store, Wright Bros. Kirksville Graduate
school friend. cigar: store and Orlando pharmacy. Consultation Free
Return to College I I Reception for Dr. Ley and Family Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Joan
Misses Hallie and Esther Ley have I The ladies of the Methodist church Hotel
returned to their school duties in 'entertained with .s ta r -
a reception last Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
Tampa and Mulberry, after spending evening in honor of the new Metho Orlando Fla. " " " " " " " -'

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NOTICU have accepted for
agency
Wilson & Toomer's fertilizers in -1-Jumb'er., La"t11 and Shingles
SENTINEL Orange county and will appreciatethe
patronage of their old customers
and hope to make new friends for this
firm. Their Ideal brands are too well] I
WANTSThe known for any comment at my hands. t t
My experience as a grower of both
fruit and vegetables warrants we in
saying, as their agent, I can be of
real service to those who have grove .,...
Morning Sentinel Want trouble. I am prepared to give to
Directory is the Greatest Want my patrons not only my own experience ORLANDO
Ad Medium in Orlando. but that of the firm which cov-
ers every detail of the citrus and vej -
Terms Cash in Adrance. citrus industry. H. C. McDaniel.

Phone 708.EIGHTEEN.
RATES

For One Day __-___________23t; AND A HALF ACRESof
For Three Days ____________50c land on Lake Gatlin; sixteen in Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection LimeSUB.TROPJCAL
33i PER CENTON For Six Days _...__75c
--------- five old and
For One Month ______--___-$2.50 overlooks year four oranges lakes; in perfect grapefruit con-; ----- ----
YOUR INVESTMENTand This rate applies on all ads of dition. Price 12000. Nothing bet- Mill IHIIMimMHIfl iHMMittttttt.t IIIIIIJ..111111111111111111111111-
25 words or less. If the ad con- ter in Florida, unless it is the prop-
we can show you the tains more than 25 words the rate erty below described.
figures, and on one crop only. will be one cent per word for
each additional word for each in- TWENTY ACRES, in good neighbor-
.
STRAWBERRIESNow sertion.If hood; fine land; 10 acres in bearing EXPOSITIONMID
you can't bring your ad to trees; good lake protection; good
is the time to buy it the office telephone No. 24. Ac- crop on trees Price $10,000, with
counts opened by telephone will be
fruit; or owner will keep fruit de-
and get the benefit of the income payable the following day.
ducting $2,000 for same. Offered only -WINTER-
at once, as the berriesare for
reasons beyond owners control.
now being marketed. Every Home-Every Business See H. McDaniel for particulars.
Local market has contracted Every Man has use for a Phone 708.
Sentinel Want Ad.

until for June all the 15 berries, 1915.produced House - ROSSMORE INN OEL..8.JJDO.:: ::::: FL..8..w

and Barn on the property. FOR SALE WinderemereNew

, Only 20 minutes drive from -
and Modern. Now
t town. Tract contains 20 FOR SALE-30 acres land, 20 fenced, and ready to accommodate open FEB. 9-13 1915EDUCATIONAL
10 cleared
ready for setting trees;
t acres all fine soil also
close to depot 3 miles from Orlando. guests. ,
Cheap if sold in 30 days. Lock Box
t Young Orange Grove BearingCall No. 4, 1-3-lmo

in and will show
we
t FOR SALE-12 pairs full blooded Dr Buckmaster
you the greatest bargain in Berkshire pigs just the right size
Horticulture
, Orange County. to roast at Chas. Rock's farm. 24tf Embracing-Agriculture, Floriculture, Domestic

, Handled exclusively by us. OSTEOPATH Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry,

f ORlANDO BUILDING LAND COII FOR six cylinder SALE-One: automobile seven 1 passenger year old, Graduate of Kirksville and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports
first
class condition. Don't answer
North Orange Avenue unless interested. Address Bargain, 132 S. Orane Avenue AreoplansLectures and Entertainments of all kinds
care ot Sentinel. 11-14-tf
i PHONE 608
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL FOR SALE-Forty: acres of fine ABOVE PEOPLES BANK PHONE 578

FRED B. DALEC. hammock land; eight in grove; the -For information or premium list, address
H. BRYANT present crop of oranges will be from

DAVIS. A GILES. CounselF. 750 ready to for 1,000 setting boxes-; 500 10 acres trees in all lake told WM. R. O'NEAL, Scc'y H. H. DICKSON, Pres. jjniiioiiiiiiiiMiiiiMBiiriiiiiiiiiiiiitittittf"1'

A. PEPPERCORN. Contractor one and quarter miles from Apopka. SOMETHING NICEjTwo
a Price, $5,000. Address \V. H., Box \
178 Orlando, Fla. -23-tf .. f r f 11111111 j j i n H

Beautiful Bull ing Lois
FOR RENTFOR .
On South Orange Avenue, I a-
I Business Directory'For RENT-Nicely furnished room; Lake Lucerne
near splen-
pleasant and convenient location. .
I 202 East Robinson avenue. l-3-3t did view of the lake, only "
JJ9JImfl'/rJ
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BUSY MEN. FOR RENT-Two unfurnished rooms. 2 1-2 blocks from business #,

Apply 601 East Central avenue, or center, nice big shade trees
Who is your painter and decorator?r call phone 591. ll6tFOR shrubbery, &c., adjourning
If you are satisfied keep the one you ---
have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican RENT-Furnished for light lot to one ol the best res
Ne. 686. 1-20-tf housekeeping suite of large, sunny dences in city.-For sale by
rooms. Also two pleasant bed rooms. SPECIALSpecial
BUYERS AND SELLERSI Electric lights bath, hot and cold WALTER W. ROSE
water; private family; close in. 312
North Main street. 12316tcFOR REAL ESTATE
buy, sell rent, and exchange real
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., RENT-Large, pleasant fur Rooms I A. 3 Watkins Block of Brass IeINCAID
Sale
L over 30 years. Have handled over Phone 55 Xmas Bedsjat
r 20000000. Call and see me. nished rooms; in good location; _
10-6-3m with private family; close in. 302
F. A. LEWTER.
i North Orange avenue. 12-30-6t & SNOWDEN

FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with
! p garage; elegantly furnished; on LAKE SITEFour

"DIXlf E LlMlTfD" 8-27-tf Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. $20.00 BED SALE PRICE $9.98


SEVEN ROOM, new stucco cottage,
I Between one block from Eola park; com- miles from Orlando, one
mands fine view of city. Price $5,500. mile from Post Office, Schools Finished in either polished brass or saline finish.
II. C.
Jacksonville, Chicago and St. Louis i McDaniel, phone 708. and Churches and Packing

Reestablished January 6, 1915 FOR RENT-6 room house, with all House. On good road just one
We with all cash sales. I
Northbound-Daily --Southbound modern improvements; furnished; mile from Orlando Sandford give coupons
d $150 season 3 months. One cottage,
. 9:35 am Lv. Jacksonv'e Ar. 7:30 pm for light housekeeping, $30 a month. road.
k 5:08pmAr.8:03pmAr.. Macon Lv.11:45 am Room and board for couple of tourists Surrounded by fine Groves; Virginia -
Atlanta Lv. 8:35 am $12 per week. Inquire Cooper -
12:18 am Ar. Chattan'ga Lv. 4:37 am I & Atha. 12-13-lm Pine Timber. Excellent
4.50 am Ar. Nashville Lv.12.10 am Citrus Land with water protec-
9:28 am Ar. Evansville Lv. 7:30pm
i 635pmAr.2:59pmAr.._Chicago_ v.ll:30am FOR RENT-Rooms, with or without tion and beautiful lake frontage Kincaid & Snowden

St._Louis_Lv.2l5pm_ board; also rooms for light housekeeping -
; several apartments from 1 Sixty Acres at
1 Solid Train CompartmentObservation to 4 rooms each at very reasonable
cars. Standard Pullman cars and prices. Inquire of F. L. Anderson,
coaches between Jacksonville and 112 West Church street. Phone 459. $20 Per Acre Low Priced Furniture House.
12-6-tf I
Chicago. Standard Pullman sleepers

Jacksonville to St. Louis: FOR RENT-Large, attractive room. Cor. Mainland Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida

Inquire No. 8 West Washington St.
DINING CARS
11-8-tfc
Think of it and see
.
FOR RENT-se\-en; room house; water --- -- ---- --
Atlantic Coast Line gas electric lights, bath, etc.;
barn, stable, chicken house; lot 100 by ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. ORLANDO
,
_ Standard Railroad of the South 200 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange I e
avenue. 10-31-tf
1 Watkins Block PHONE 504

J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., FOR RENT-Small r--flat modern conveniences CO

i Tampa, Florida. unfurnished. Jas. A. PLUMBING
f Knox. ,.
11-3-tf '
GORDON'S CARRIAGEAND Y P. :

t NICE LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, 26 WEST PINE STREET
Dr. F. F.
ThompsonDENTIST to adults only. 409 Delaney street. .
10-25-tf
122

-- PHONED BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
BAGGAGE TRANSfERL
WANTED LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS

Best Plumbing at Low
115 S. Orange Ave.. over CurtisO'Nears & WANTED AUTOMOBILE-Light car HARRELL, Prop. Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
in good condition, for cash. Wm.
R. reduction -
PricesWe against any
est and guaranteed
Store Pennigton care Willola hotel. Phone Piano and Furniture 1,1915
218. 1-3-St I ISLAUTER'S during that time:
Hours 8.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. are not in the combine.

; Wednesday and Saturdays till 8 p.m116tf FOR RENT-Furnished rooms; all Moving a Specialty latest inventions used I Touring Car $555.00

modern conveniences; close in. 114 8 E. Church SI. PHONE 487 on all firstclassNumbing: 505.00
East Jackson street. 1- -3tc Runabout _

. Construction: I F. 0. B. Orlando. AD can tmttr "WPP.-
Real Estate Boughtand FOR REFurnished rooms for I
light housekeeping, on first, second l.rtfcer. we will to able t, .)tal. tile -. .!III.. .fflddrJi. ..
sad tit 1.1u e..t I. .rtkg
and third floors lacwry pre4Ktiea.
; no objection to children .r
Sold.City : ... U w. r-adI as .st nt .f
SELECT OYSTERS Quart aD. partta
BEST
over 12 or under 1 Len
year. 30 a...... can Iod_ tM ...... dates
East Concord. Phone 380. 1-2-tfc .
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TheWaldeckerFishCo A.. shsld we read this prM-t1ea. we -ne.t. pay....s..
tile MY". ........ f.- 145 t. .iS pet car 1. .r
WE HAVE NOW READY FOR retail t.Qer wile psreka.s a sew
DELIVERY
Building Lots xrM 1,115) T
$100; $1.00 cash Irish Potatoes, warranted DR. L H. RAMSOELt. FOR FISH AND OYSTERS y.rt car etwees Art 1. tilt sad Asa U tilL ..
and $1.00 per week buys a Lot free from scab or other diseases. r.r f.rtfctr ptrtiralan rcprdias tllfte tow prim" .r I
F RENTS COLLECTED. Drop me a card or phone 708 and let OPTOMETRIST Phone No. 5. 206 Boone Street ....ri. plea. art i
us talk over your requirements. I s..e..r t. Dr. <,. t'. U11s, P. :M. and W. O. COX I
I Notary Work Promptly and Neatly win make it to our mutual advan ORLANDO - FLORIDA F. G. RUSH.
i Done. tage. H. C. McDanieL 10-23-tf
WE FIT
! GLASSES. GRIND LENfcfcS Phone 226
AND DO ALL KINDS UK
Now is the time to order GRIF-

N. P. HATCHERORLANDO FING'S salesman.ROSES. W. II. Brokaw 12-16-tf OArTCAL REPAIRINGTEN NEIL McDUFFEE


,FLORIDA IF YOU ARE LOOKING for wen all cleared ACRES; fine overlooking land; good Orlando home; Contractor and Builder I Ii i I

Office at Pinehurst Park rooted orange and grapefruit buds, site. $2,000. H. C. McDanieL Phone
see II. C. McDanieL Phone 708. 708. Bungalows a Specialty
e P. O. Box 281 : TRY A WANT AD. .J

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EXTRA SPECIAL! AFTBR NEW MS' GREAT CLEARANCE SALE EXTRA SPECIAL! I


Bleached and Turkish Bath Towels I

Brown Muslin Hemmed Heavy Weight

10 yds for At THE BIG STORE He quality69c.


712cThe

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great annual event so eagerly] looked forward to by all economical women. Never in our history

have we been able to offer such remarkable bargains. After a very successful season the time has come

to reduce all our winter stock to its lowest limits. Every garment and every piece of Winter Goods in

our store must go. Here is the offer that will make clearance short, sharp and decisive.



Sale Starts Saturday January 2nd



LASTING TEN DAYS .


Hundreds of other bargains not in this advertisement
I


Second Floor Ready-To-" ear :Departr.sl.snt.:



All Ladie's Coat Suits and I All Ladies' and Chidrens' Ladies' Skirts at Half Price Clearance Sale ofLadies I

Dresses Hall Price Coats at Halt Price
Wool --- $5.00 Skirts at _______________$ 2.50 Sweaters

$6.00 Skirts at --------------$ 3.00
$10.00 Coat Suits at __________$ 5.00 $2.50 Coats at ---------------$ 1.25
$7.50 Skirts at -------------- 3.75
$12.50 Coat Suits at ----------$ 6.25 $3.00 Coats at ---- -- -- ----- 1.50 $2.50 and $2.75 Sweaters at --- 1.98
$800Skutsat ---------1----- 4.0 0
7 50 Coats at , 2.00 Sweaters
$15.00 Coat Suits at ---------- $4.00 --------------- 4.50 $3.00 at ------------ 2.25
$9.00 Skirts at
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Suits at 9.00 $5.00 Coats at 2.50 $3.50 Sweaters at 2.89
$18.00 Coat ---------- --------------- ------------
$10.00 Skirts at _.: S.00
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Suits at 10.00 I $10.00 Coats at 5.00 $4.00 Sweaters at 3 19
$20.00 Coat --------- -------------- ------------ .
I I
$12.00 Skirts at 6.00
$25.00 Coat Suits at __________, 12.50 ;:I $12.50 Coats at -------------- 6.25 -------------- $5.00 Sweaters at ------------ 3 98
$15.00 Skirts at ------------ $ 7.50
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Suits at $15.00 $15.00 Coats at 7.50 $6.00 Sweaters at Q 4.48 I
$30.00 Coat ---------- -------------- ------------y

Suits at 17.50 I $20.00 Coats at $10 00 Great RDeductiensdinS.IkEVDening Wraps, $7.50 Sweaters at j
$35.00 Coat ---------- -------------- Evening ------------ 5.48

Suits at $20 00 $25.00 Coats at ,. 12.50 $8.50 Sweaters at j
$40.00 Coat ---------- I ------ ------ Marabca Neck Pieces at Half Price ------------ 6.48

Suits at $25 00 $30.00 Coats at 15.00 We beautiful $15.00 Sweaters at 9.98
$50.00 Coat ---------- -------------- are showing a line in all -----------$

Suits at __________30 00 I $35.00 Coats at 517.50 the latest styles, they are all listed to go $18.00 Sweaters at
$60.00 Coat -------------- and go they will. -----------$ 11.50


Goods Department 2nd Floor Juvenile Department 1st Floor Men's Department D1E.''S ODD PANTS
Floor Dress
1st
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CLEARANCE SALE OF ALL WOOL CLEARANCE SUITS SALE OF BOYS ROOf GARDEN{ THEATRE{ { CLEARANCE SALE OF MEN'S $3.00 Pants at ----------_$ .
DRESS GOODS SUITS $3.50 Pants at ____$275
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$3.50 Boys Suis at $2.63 --- $.1.00 Pants at ____ .
--------- $3 5
__________$3.00. $15.00 Suits at _______$10.75
$.1.00 Boys Suits at TO NIGHT ---- $.1.50 Pants at ________$375
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inch.Wool Crepe, $1.00 9 ualit y-69e ___________
45 $4.50 Boys Suits at $3.38 $18.00 Suits at ______12.75 $5.00: Pants at ______$3.95
Stripe $1.25 quality.79c ----- -------
Crepe
42 in. ______
45 in. Gabardine, $1.50 quality___98c $5.00 Boys Suits Suits at at ---- $$3.75.1.50 Nestor Comedy $20.00 Suits at ------_________$14.75 $6.00 pants at -----------$-175
$6.00 Boys --- ------
54 in. Broadcloth,$1.75 qualityl.lO $8.00 Boys Suits at ___________$6.00 "Their and Downs" $22.50 Suits at -------____ 16.75 MEN'S-;;--HATS
38 in. Crepe and Albatros, 75c._ $8.50 Boys Suits at____________6.38 Ups __ $1.50 Hats at ------------_$1.15
44c
$25.00 Suits at $18.75
quality ----------------- ---------
Boys Suits at $7.50 $2.00 Hats at $L50
__ $10.00 -------- ------------
Wool Taffeta, 85c quality 59c: -
45 in. $12.00 Boys Suits at $9.00 Victor Drama 2 Reels $2.50 Hats at _$1.75
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OVERCOATS -------------
56 in. Beaver Cloaking $200 $3.00 Hats at ____$2.%5
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.puality ---:----:--------$1.29 BOYS HATS "The Little I Gray House" $15.00 Overcoats at ----______$10.75 $3.50 Hats at -----------__$Z.75
54 In. Camels Hair Plaids, $2.00 50c and 60c Boys Hats _________39c
quality ____________$1.29 75c Boys Hats _________________49c $16.50 Overcoats at ----------$11.15..t 00 Hats at --------------$3.2"
54 in. Lambs Wool Cloaking, $3.00 $1.00 Boys Hats ___________69c $18.00 Overcoats at ----___$12.75 MEN'S SHIRTS
quality _______________1.98 $1.50 Boys Hats ____________98c Pay a visit to our Soda Fountain and Lunch ___ $1.00 Shirts at ------_________83cOne
lot Wool Dress Goods, value $2.00 Boys Hats _____________$1.48 eonette. Admission Free until 6.30 p.m. $20.00 Overcoats at ---- $14.75 $1.50 Shirts at ---_________$L19
up to $1.50, your choice for48c $3.00 Boys Hats _____________$1.98 Admission, Nights, Children, 5c., Adults, lOc. $22.50 Overcoats at ---____$16.75 $2.00 Shirts at -------_____$1.69

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First Floor Shoe Department 3rd Floor House Furnishing Department
II
FloorLOT II
GROCERY DEPARTMENT.-lst
Money Saving Sale in Foot- Clearance Sale oi Blanketsand

wear for Men, Women and Children NO. 1 LOT NO.4

1 Can California Peaches, value______25c 3 Cans Lye Hominy, value__________40c Comforts
SHOES FOR MEN 1 Can California Apricots, value______25c 2 Cans Cindarilla Peas, _value35c
$6.00 Shoes, C. H. Aldens, sale price J4.89 1 Can California Pears, value ______30c 30c
Aldens, sale price$3.79 3 Cans Tomatoes, value -----------
C. H. -
,
$5.00 Shoes _____
$4.50 Shoes, A. W. & W., sale price3.48 1 1 Can Can California California Cherries Plums, ,value value______30c 25c 2 Cans Corn, value ________________30c $1.75 COMFORTS FOR -------$ 1.39 ::1 1
$4.00 Shoes, C. & A., sale price --- $2.98
A. sale ____$2.79 $1.33; $2.50 COMFORTS FOR 1.89 .1
$3.50 Shoes, C. & price $1.35 -------

Tan, SHOES Gun Metal FO-R-LADIES., Patent and Kid 4 Cans Montarosa LOT Corn NO.2', value _______80c 4 Ibs. Extra Fancy LOT Peaches NO. 5 value ____60c $3.25 COMFORTS FOR ------- 2.69 ;I

$6 Shoes, Wichsrt &Gardiner, sale$4.S9 4 Cans V. C. Early J. Peas, value ____60c 3 lbs.Extra Fancy Roasted Coffee, $1.05 $7.50 COMFORTS FOR 5.98
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& Gardiner, sale$3.98 -
$5 Shoes, Wichert -
$4.50 Shoes, Red Cross & Drew, sale $1.40 $1.65 $10.50 COMFORTS FOR 7.98
price ______________________$3.33 LOT NO. 3 LOT NO. 6 ------
$4 Shoes, Red Cross & Drew, sale __$3.17 5 Ibs Lump Starch, value --_________40c 1 lb. Cream Cheese, value ___________25c $1.50 BLANKETS FOR 1.29
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$3.50 Shoes, E. P. Reed, sale price$2.79 7 Bars Lenox Soap, value.-__________35c 2 pkgs. Best Macaroni, value ________30c
$3.00 Shoes, Landis, sale price _____$2,29 1 Bottle Blueing, value L-__:_______05c Oats, value _________25c $3.00 BLANKETS FOR 1.98
2 pkgs. Mothers ------
Lot Ladies Shoes and Oxfords, $1.00MISSESAND 6 packages Pearline, value __________30c
One 2 Bars Ivory Soap, value __________lOc 6 Cans V. C. Cream, small, value _____30c
2.98
SHOESOne __
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CHILDRENS 1 eel. starch, value ------__________05c 2 pkgs. Shreaded Wheat, value ______30c $4.00 BLANKETS FOR
lot :Misses Shoes, sizes 2V& to 6,
reg. $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 Shoes at$1.98 $1.25 $1.40 $5.50 BLANKETS FOR ___0___ 4.68 j jj
Shoes, sizes 11V& to 2,
One lot Childrens
' at ____________________________$1.98 Your Choice of Any Lot For $1.00 $9.00 BLANKETS FOR ______ 6.49 ;
One lot Ladies Felt Romeos and Slip
$20.00 BLANKETS FOR 16.79
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( Untrimmed Hats Th Ladles Trimmed Hats

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untrimmed shape $:t 2 OQ I trimmed store, value Hat in up the to$$5.OO _
value up to $8.50 /
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j ARTERIAL TRANSFUSION


OPERATION



R. P. FOLEY, MANAGER OF

NEW SEMINOLE HOTEL,

IS TREATED

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Delicate Operation Performedby

Dr. Crowe, of Baltimore,

Assisted by Four Local
PhysiciansR. nflIp kffi .

A THRIFTY NATION IN 1915.

P. Foley, manager of the New

Seminole hotel, Winter Park, under- Your comfort and prosperity fort
One of the great lessons that come to went an operation of arterial transfusion -

this nation out of the European struggle at the McEwan Sanitarium t

.. is a wonderful lesson in THRIFT.We Sunday afternoon, the operation being { (

have come to realize as never be- performed under the personal direction LZLL3
fore the importance of "providing for the of Dr. S. J. Crowe, of Balti-

future,"-"of being ready." more, Md., professor of diseases of depends upon yourself and your .
Having a Savings Account-depositing the nose and throat at Johns Hopkins -

often-living within one's ,means, University, assisted by Dr. JohnS. connections.

avoiding reckless spending-these are McEwan, Dr. Hal Beardall, Dr. G.H. .

worthy habits that, sooner or later, pay Edwards and Dr. McElroy, of Or- (
excellent dividends. lando. A savings or checking bank account

Opeh your Saving Account, cultivatethe Carl Rodenbaugh, of Orlando, a in this institution is a positive step

habit of THRIFT. One Dollar will physically perfect man, gave one .j II II forward. _
start you. quart of blood in the transfusion pro- :

cess that Mr. Foley's life might be

saved. Both Mr. Foley and Mr. Ro Start now!
:_
The State Bank of Orlando denbaugh were reported to be in : .

'splendid condition yesterday after-

noon. The transfusion was the first
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operation of its kind to be performedin -

Orlando, and was entirely success- ,


--- I ful.The right arms of Mr. Foley and ': : ::< t? :': _;ti-t I

LOCAL AND PERSONALMiss Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Marchand arrived Mr. Rodenbaugh were treated with
yesterday over the Atlantic : cocaine, the incisions made, then both
Coast Line from Pittsburg, Pa., and arms were bound together and the
Mildred Jamison, of Ocean will remain until spring.
transfusion of blood started. No an-
Grove, is from a
slowly recovering
severe illness. The Rev. A. S. Tatum, LL. D. of esthetics were administered. Mr. Foley .
Miami, is in Orlando to spend the. is now expected to get along in D D.

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Baldwin, of winter season with his daughter, Mrs. the finest possible manner. For some : .
Jacksonville, were in Orlando yester- A. J. Mostello, on West Central ave- time he has suffered from nasal hem-
their friends. nue. -- ,'
day greeting many orrhage.

. '_''.__ '__ _r, '_ _ _ _
: _' _
wife of ': : : : ,' -" : '_ _'_ , :_. '_ : '. ::' . '.
Prof. Henry Nehrling, of Gotha, W. H. Braneman and Har- : : ,:':: : j :,(:; ; :
was among the substantial citizens risburg, Pa., arrived in Orlando to- ATTRACTING MANY ... .
visiting the county metropolis yester- day to spend the winter and are num-
day. bered among the guests of the Arcade
hotel. Chas. P. Dow, cashier of the Peo- DRESSES at an informal reception at "The MAITLAND
National Bank, announces that I Oaks" New Year's day, from 3 to 5
Mr: and Mrs. Geo. W. Johnson have ples Drenne, Fla., Jan. 4.-Mr. and Mrs.F. -
arrived from Northeastern, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bussing, of Detroit the Christmas savings club is attract- o'clock. Those partaking of their Maitland, Fla, Jan. 4.-Among the
of N. Y.
Jlich., arrived yesterday to W. Jenning, Waverly, ,
are pleasantly domiciled at their ing three times the interest of for- hospitality were Dr. and Mrs. Rice,
home on Concord avenue. spend the season in Orlando. They called on friends here Sunday. latest arrivals at the Maitland Inn
Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Mrs. ,
All day yesterday the Livingood
have been coming to Orlando for sev- mer years. Miss Greta Frint, who passed the are General and Mrs. J. :M. K. Davis,
eral years, but missed last season. bank was filled with people eager to I Livingood, Mr. and Mrs. Frint, Mr. i
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Allen were with her resumed N. H.
holidays parents I of New London, They spent
Mrs. A. Lemmon and Mr.
and son,
the arrivals yesterday from take advantage of the club. Mr. Dow
among Mr. and Mrs. Rassa Germain, of teaching at Conway, Monday.Mrs. and Mrs. William Lemmon Miss Mar- last winter at the Inn and every one
Quitman, Pa. They came in on the had to telegraph for supplies to meet ,
Tampa Special Cincinnati, Ohio, were among the arrivals the additional demands.Get . Butler and Miss Jones, of Bir- garet Lemmon, Mr. James Treat, Mr. is pleased to see them again.
in Orlando yesterday. They; mingham, Ala., are guests of their Miss Kitty Vanderpool returned
MacMahon Mr.
in the which W. E. Tew, Mr. C. S. ,
Miss Isabella Tyson arrived yester- ame on Tampa Special aunt, Mrs. E. M. Drennen.Mr. from Apopka Monday where she has
arrived here at 1:14. McKnight, Mrs. Limegrover, Mrs. A.
day from Atlanta, and will spend the the news in the Sentinel first. friends and the
remainder of the season with friendson and Mrs. W. A. Vescar, of J. Thompson, Capt. Chas. Albertson, been visiting enjoying
South street. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Terry, who have Jacksonville, spent Sunday with the Capt. S. D. Barnum, Mrs. Howell, holiday festivities.The .
been visiting friends in the southern former's sister, Mrs. Braddock.Mr. Mrs. Gaines and daughter, Mr. O. H. engagement of Miss Hazel
part of the state, returned home yesterday and Mrs. J. W. Pace and daughter Dean Goss and Mr. Harold Elliott
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Chester, of Mar- on the afternoon train from Schneider, Mrs. S. Bradock, Mrs.
tinsburg, W. Va., were among the arrivals Tampa.Mr. Winifred, are expected here Smith. Hirsch, of Chicago, was announced
yesterday from the North. Wednesday from Alton, Va. Christmas day. Miss Goss has many

They have been touring the East and Mrs. Wm. Caswell arrived Miss Lillian Barnum, Mrs. W. E. THANKS friends here, having spent several
Coast and to here until
expect remain
April. yesterday from Los Angeles, Cal! Tew, Miss :Margaret Tew, Mrs. James Baby Lewis thanks her many seasons at the Maitland Inn. Mr.
They to remain in this friends and admirers for their kind
expect part
Treat, and Mrs. Nathan Stone, of the Hirsch is the son of Col. and Mrs.
of Florida until the spring time ar support in the Lucerne contest. The
Mr. and :Mrs. H. R. Daniels were rives. I Lake Jennie Jewel colony, entertained ; prize is a beauty. James H. Hirsch.

among the arrivals from the North ---------- '
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yesterday. They came in over the Mr. J. S. Shields' of Knoxville
Atlantic Coast Line from Milwaukee, -
Tenn., was among the arrivals in Or-
Wis., and expect to make their ren- lando yesterday. He came in on the
dezvous in this section for the next Tampa Special and was warmly
three months. greeted by many old acquaintances.Mr. .

and Mrs. C. A. Maull, of Wil- '
mington, N. C.; Mr. and Mrs. G. W
Vosburg, of Los Angeles; Mrs. W. L. The Try a
Slayton and son, of Toledo, and Mr.
FOR SALE I J. N. Watkins, of Greenville, S. C.
\ yesterday.were registered at the San Juan hotel SAN


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Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Palmer, of Holland -
Michigan, who have been spend- CHOCOLATE ICE CREAM SODA
ing their winters at Daytona, arrived JUANOur
2300 acres of unimproved yesterday on the Tampa Special and
will remain through another season.
pine land fine They have a host of friends here who
truck and fruit land, big are pleased to see them.P. Whipped Cream served with all Ice Cream

portion of it has clay Kettenring and wife, and daughter -

and marl sub'soil. Situ- Mrs. R. P. Kettenring, are stay- Cafe and Lunch Room and Hot Chocolates at
ing at 604 Magnolia avenue, and expect -
uate on County road to live in Orlando for three
months. They have been living at are run for the general
within seven miles of the Wyoming hotel since their arrival -
t Orlando. December 4, from Ohio. public. They will get the


S4.40 an acre will buy Byron Herskey and wife, and same attention as our
daughter Zara, who have been theguests
this tract and the proposition of the Arcade hotel for the house guests, so don't hes- McElroy's Pharmacy
past two weeks, left this afternoonfor
is a "cinch" as a
r Seabring to spend a few weeks, itate to corns in.Ve will
K small investment. This thence returning to Orlando to finish!
out the winter, being very much impressed -
: price is for quick sale. with this beauty spot. be as pleased to gee you in :' o20

If you want this land TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY the Quick Lunch as in the .
F
Fk
k! call onS. Cafe. A small order will -
WANTED-Middle aged woman for
house work. Box H.
Apply care ---------
careful at- ---
Sentinel. 1-5-t receive just as

r.
WANTED AUTOMOBILE-Light cain tention as a large one. We

f S S. G. Dolive & SonREAL Phone Cunningham good 218.condition, care,of for Willola cash. Wm.l-5-3t hotel.R.. will not expect you to or- BANK ORGANIZED APRIL 16, 1906

STATEMENT OF
der more than you feel
ESTATENo. POSITION WANTED-As grocery
I or clothes and shoes clerk Four BANK & TRUST COMPANYAt
that want or can af ORLANDO
Will you
t 3 WEST PINE STREET years experience start at living .
salary. Compelled to have work. Al
t Second Floor references. Would appreciate a trial.T. ford. Its up to you. close of business December 31. 1914. Condensed from report to the
L. Hammond, Gen. DeL, City.
II 1-5-lt Comptroller.
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HAVE YOU SHIPPED THAT BOX OF FRUIT BACK Loans and Discounts ________$414,569.17 Capital Stock _____________$100,000.00 .

HOME ? Overdrafts 1,102.37 and Undivided Profits 38,039.10 !
--------------- Surplus
Let us do it for you. Stocks and Bonds __________ ..6,018.33
Miniature Orange box for $1.00 prepaid. Real Estate, Furniture and Bills Payable -------------- 60,500.00

10 lb. package for $1.35 prepaid; 20 lb. package for $2.00 Fixtures _____________ 41,614.41 Due to Banks ______________ 494.43

prepaid. Cash on Hand and Due from DEPOSITS __-_________$457,228.63. 1
Banks _______________ 172,957.88 ,

Wright Seed CompanyPhone I
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$656,262.16
I $656,262.16

179 206 So. Orange Ave. I I o II I / ) I r:


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