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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 6, 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: VID00450
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Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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THE MORNING SENTINELi i E



VOLUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1915. NUMBER 281.






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ALLIES'DARDANELLES TO FLEET FORCE ATTEMPTING THE FRENCH TAKE OFFENSIVE 30 MILES, RAILROAD IN NEW\ ASKED CROSSING TO PUT Will WITHDRAW FORCES[




FORTRESSES BLOCK PROGRESS FROM RHINE: MENACE MUELHAUSEN

COUNTY BOARD WILL INSTRUCT fROM BORDER[ IS REPORT[

I F. E. C. TO PLACE

Bombardment From Fortresses I FRENCH GAIN GROUND IN : NEW CROSSING
BEFORE AND AFTER SEEING --- ,
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Guarding Entrance Is Hin- I FIERCE FIGHTING IN 1

I Officers Re-elected-Other Business BRYAN GETS TELEGRAM I
drance to
Approachof
ALSACE ;; PUBLIC PARKS GET $$8221
Decide Transacted-Xed
Fleet See Miami and Then to THAT MAYTORENAWILL

Make Orlando Their Per- Meeting Is Set for f
WITHDRAW
Berlin, via wireless to London Jan. manent 'VinterHome BATTLE FRONT 375 MILES LONG I February 2 Report to Council Showed Com-

5.-An Athens dispatch announces missioners Had ExpendedThis

the startling news that the Franco- Battle of Guns and Fearful The first 1915 meeting of the Boardof Amount Mostlyfor YTORENA RELEASES[[ AMERICANS

English fleet, after a long rest, is at- Mr. A. M. Bristow and wife, of Al- County Commissioners came to a Eola Park
to force the Dardanelles. Duels Raging at Six Points
tempting bany, N. Y., who have been touringthe close last night after a two days ses Dispatch Says Mexican Leader

It is being blocked by heavy bom- East Coast, are in the city and Along the Line-Ger- sion. Much important and routine The city council held its first reg- Has Released Two Ameri- I
bardment of the fortresses.
ular
of 1915
meeting yesterday at the
have taken apartments at the mans Routed work was transacted. The next meet-
EOla.j city hall and transacted considerable cans-Likely DifficultyWill
I I ing of the commissioners will be heldon
Russia Denies Plan Mr. Bristow says that they
routine business, all members
I Paris, Jan.-.-The capture of an I II being Be Settled
Rome, Jan. 5.-The Russian ambassador month in Miami and that they had resolved I Tuesday, February 2. present.
important stronghold in their advance -
to Italy, M. Kroupenski, was that that was the prettiest I I!I M. O. Overstreet, chairman; C. B. Several reports were submitted.The '
Washington, Jan. 5.-W. J.
Bryan,
against Metz their second invasion
,
authorized by the city in Florida. But he said "we had I| -
Petrograd govern- Robinson, attorney for the board, and plumbing report showed $137 on secretary of state, received a tele-
ment today categorically to deny reports not seen Orlando at that time." I j I of Alsace, threatening Colmar sewer connections and $135.75 for
W. T. Chapman, superintendent of gram this afternoon from the Brazil-
attributing to Russia an inten- The4Bristows have traveled pretty I}I with new advances to the east of plumbing permits for December of ian minister at Mexico
roads and bridges, were re-elected for City convey-
tion to conclude peace. much over the United States and have I I r Steinbach, and against Cernay and last year. ing the message from the acting sec-
"Russia does not think of discussingpeace spent several winters in California, this year at the meeting yesterday.A Warrants against the city for December -
I Senneheim and operations before retary of foreign affairs in Mexico
," the ambassador said "until and they say that nowhere have they I communication was read from 1914 amounted to $6,333.24, stating that the Mexican
Muelhausen government
and Altkirch, with fur-;i I
her enemies obliged to found a city where there is such a and ordered
are accept conditions 0 the Florida Metal Products company, were paid. today (January 4)) had issued orders
which her allies consider the home spirit-a feeling of contentment ther gains to the east of Nieuport in The park commissioners have
expended -
and on motion 25 per cent. of the by wire to Gen. Maytorena to makeno
.nly guarantee of a lasting peace." and good fellowship in the com- Flanders-all these are outstanding bill was allowed. $822.37 since October 1 on I' attack and withdraw his forces

J munity, as in Orlando. So inviting1: 1 features of the French official state- !' the public parks, principally Eola from the border.
The bond of J. B. Self, as justiceof I i
for After is the to them that they : I
Viceroy England War Is prospect |.' park.
0 ment. Garrison he
Secretary also
the peace, with C. F. Ward and E. says received -
Hauptmann's Idea have decided to make Orlando their I The cost of grading Colonial Drive
I The rains continue incessant along ;, H. Doyle as sureties, was presented I a dispatch from Gen. Scott
winter home where will I i i .
London Jan. 5.-Gerhardt Haupt- I regular they was $300.The saying that Maytorena had '
and agreed
approved.
the better of the the entire front, which now measures I license I
spend ordinance .
part year. ; was adopted.The
mann, in an article in the Neue Freie I II Upon motion the county will do- not to fire across! the border.
I 375 miles being extended to the borders city treasurer's report submit-
Presse, attempting to that The main
prove nate $50 towards paying for a I point of dispute is whether -
Great Britain engineered the war, SCHOOL BOARD MET I f of Switzerland on the south and a book to be published by the pagein A. ted at the last meeting of the city I Maytorena win sign the agreement

concludes by declaring that when the to the sea in Flanders to the north. C. Ik, upon condition that the Boardof council in 1914 showed a balance of already signed by Gen. Scott, and

struggle is over Europe will retort The county school board held its I I The Belgian artillery is in operation Trade 6f Orlando will contributea 19122.30 in the treasury.GOT Gen. Hill of the Carranza forces at

by placing England under the admin- first meeting of the year yesterday I I against the Germans in Flanders like amount. Naco, agreeing to a neutral zone at

istration of a viceroy, perhaps Lord and organized. James A. Knox and I I where they have silenced the The clerk on a motion, was instructed MARRIED AND LOST JOB Naco and other dangerous points
Whi. Edwards are the veteran mem-
Curzon. German bateries, the duels of the big to ask the Florida East along the frontier.It .
bers and J. B. Redditt succeeds M. M. Jan.
Washington, 5.-L W. Higgins,
I guns being fought at six points on Coast railway to put in a crossing ata is expected that Gen. Scott will
Smith. Mr. Knox was re-elected postmaster at Dowling Park, Suwannee -
POLICE COURT YESTERDAYLouis meet Villa and Carothers
the battle front. point 5,240 feet south of the twen- of the state
chairman. Superintendent J. F. Mc- I county, Florida, got married and
department, tonight at El Paso and
An official communique issued at ty-one mile post on the raidroad on
Kinnon announced he would sign theteachers' the department announces she is out
Tyson, arrested by Officer discuss this .
i midnight records the capure by the the Orlando and Lake Pickett road. proposal.The
warrants without of office, and that Lois H. Ambrosehas
pay any
Collins for the and
I disturbing peace I I French forces of a stone quarry sit- The board then adjourned. department has a dispatch
using profane language, was fined $5 further delay. been appointed to succeed her. I from Arizona
; : uated at the fork where the road I Douglas, stating that
Fred Bell, arrested by Officer Collins I, Charles C. Lockhart and another
from St. Mihiel branches off to Rouv- CHURCH: CONVENTION AT MIAMI
for fighting, was fined $2.50; and Jim drois and Maizey. American, who were arrested by Gen.

Tyson arrested by Commissioner S. HERE FROM KOKOrf.O, IND1 The trenches in this region occu- For the first time in the historyof CHAMBERS JO PRISON I Maytorena have been released.
I II
A. Johnson for stealing and destroy i pied by the Germans were overwhelmed Miami the twenty-third annual I

ing property belonging to the public, in and the invaders driven out, convention of the diocese of Southern Sentenced to Two KISSIMMEE PREFERRED
Mrs. Brand and Family Or- Promoter
was fined $10 and cost, and sentenced I I the French occupying the quarry and Florida will be held there in Trinity .
the streets. The wit- lando for Winter-Domiciled Years in Prison and to The Orlando
to 20 days on installing in it seventy five-milimeter Episcopal church, January 9 to 12. Tourist Headquarterschess

nesses for the prosecution were Will 0 at "Schumann guns brought up for further use in Clergy and delegates will come from Pay a Fine of club wishes to challenge any

Howard, Mr. R. M. Bennett, and Mr. Heights"Mrs. the campaign to reduce Metz. the west coast, the central part of the $6,000 amateur chess club in the state, Kis- .

Barnum. On the whole front in Alsace the state and the east coast. simmee preferred.

M. F. Brand of Kokomo, Ind., French now are about 30 miles from Among those who may attend from Kansas City, Jan. 5.-Dr. E. C.

I and son, Gladstone, and daughter, the Rhine river on the extreme left, Orlando are Bishop and Mrs. Mann, Chambers, who yesterday was refuseda

ALL RECORDS SHATTERED Shirley, are in the city for the winter and in*Belgium the Franco-Belgian and their daughter, Mrs. Fisher,Dean new trial on the charge of fraudu- PASADENAJENSATION

and are domiciled at "Schumann I forces drove forward again with vigor and Mrs. Remsen, Deaconess Parkhill, lent use of the mails, was today sen-

Heights." Miss Brand wilt attend the i i through the sand dunes, aided by Col. and Mrs. Alleman, Mrs. R. P. tenced to two years in prison and a

O. W. & L. Co. Establishes New Cathedral school, and young Mr. j I the fire of the British warships which Cobb, and Mrs. W. R. O'Neal. fine of $6,000 by Federal Judge POl- 'I Mrs. Jack Cudahy's Annoyer .

Record When 60,000 Cubic Brand, who is the junior member of poured shells into the Germans from lock. Chambers was the promoter of I Reappeared at Pasadena

Feet of Gas Was Used the M. F. Brand Realty company, of their flank with deadly effect. WALK AROUND LAKE EOLA IN the Chambers Land company, organ Hotel But Was

SaturdayThe Kokomo, Ind., will look after real es- '! Several trenches were taken and a RECORD TIME ized to sell land in the Florida Ever ArrestedPasadena

tate investments for his firm. I:: number of houses were occupied and I glades. I

Orlando Water and Light Com- i used as covers. Before Ypres, the Two young ladies at Duke Hall Cal., Jan. 5M. J. Con-

pany broke all records Saturday when i indications point, there is an from Pennsylvania, on a wager, I dory, who two years ago terrorizedMrs.
60,000 cubic feet of gas was distrib- HIS 221 ANNIVERSARY l tant consolidation of German impor-I walked around Lake Eola yesterday DESTRUCTIVE MAC C H I N E I Jack Cudahy at her residence in

uted through the mains to supply the I but the reinforcements have afternoon in record time, making the Pasadena, and who was arrested and I

cooks, heat residences, furnish heat by added strength to the FrancoBritj i j, distance in 12 minutes, 431-4 sec- sent to a private sanitarium, appeared -
for bakeries and other industries. The Bishop WTm. Crane Gray Was i!! ish line at this point and the allies' I Ij ,!onds. The wager was paid by dinnersat Oxford Professor Tells of Machine I at the Hotel Maryland today ...

largest output of gas up to Saturdaywas Met at Depot by Parishioners j I position has been maintained firnily. the San Juan last evening. of Germans That Puts .and attempted to again reach the

established last winter when 55- on Departure for ': I Huge Shells in Allies' !home of the Cudahys. a

000 cubic feet was used. Mr. Joe Nashville Trenches I He was recognized as Mrs. Cuda-

Cheney, manager of the gas depart- FROM WHEELING W. VA NOTED CONTRALTO DEAD hy's former annoyer, and arrested. .

ment of the company, explained that Bishop Wm. Crane Gray left yes- London, Jan. 6.=: Sniping in the Condory was released from a private :

the increased consumption was due to terday afternoon on the north bound trenches in Flanders is murder, says asylum some time ago, and sent back

increased business and larger ser- Atlantic Coast Line for Nashville, Jesse Knott and Family Have Madame Gerville Beach Died at an Oxford University professor in a east, where he was again detained for

vice. Tenn. It was the twenty-second an- Arrived in Orlando Mr. New York Yesterday letter home which has just come into i observation. A

o niversary of his arrival in this city Knott Is an Expert From BloodPoisoning my possesion. He gives a vivid account -

and several of his old parishionerswere of the horrors of warfare in a

MISS COPE GETS TRIAL at the passenger station to say GardenerMr. pine wood where the Germans can be WANTS PROHIBITION LAW -.

good-bye to the venerable and beloved Jesse Knott and family, of New York, Jan. 5.-Madame Ger- heard sapping 30 yards in front of

:man of God.SEVENTY. Wheeling, W. Va., arrived in Orlando ville Beach, who in private life is Mrs. the British line. 1 1 ..
23 Set for Immediate Latin Idaho's New Governor in First
and
January This professor of Greek .
yesterday and have taken apartmentsfor George G. Rambaud the wife of the I
Trial of Alleged Extortionist PICTURE BRIDES the winter. Mr. Knott is an expert director of the Pasteur Institute, of has been a master of scouts since Au- Speech Before Legislature

in SensationalCase gardener and will arrange to doa New York, died late today after a gust. He writes to his junior dean Desires Enactment of

i San Francisco, Jan. 5.-Seventy winter garden business in this coun- long illness from blood poisoning.She from some place in the vicinity of Prohibition Law '

? picture brides from Japan arrived try during the winter and in his was one of the best known con- Ypres. His letter is as follows: -

i here today to meet husbands they northern country during summer. traltos in America. "The Germans have a hell of a ma- \ .
;. Chicago, Jan. 5. 3Iiss Jessie Elizabeth into Boise, Idaho, Jan. 5.-Asking for
have Until the husbands chine which has been brought
never seen. --- -- -- - -
indicted an enactment of a prohibition law to
Cope, by a federal
claim them the brides are being play against our trenches in the last
,-' grand jury on the charge of having take effect January 1, 1916, the same
housed at the United States detention Highland Grove Lad Places three days. Shot from a distance of
offered a bribe of $25,000 to federal date that Oregon and Washington be-
station.In 300 yards, a two-foot long projectile,
officials to aid her in an extortion of come dry, Governor Alexander deliv-
the of the Japanese law the which one can watch at all points in
$50,000 from Charles Alexander, a eyes Candle To Guide MotoristsA and ered his first message before the Ida-
high into the air
brides have been married. There has its flight, goes
multimillionaire, capitalist and steel ho legislature today.
at the
been an exchange of photographs, an comes down almost plumb
magnate of Providence, Rhode Island, aimed at. It is called, I believe,
approval by the heads of the two con- point
lad in The effect of this sudden
pleaded not guilty today before Fed- Highland Grove, possessed plunge of sheILA MIIIIIMMtiMIM
Minenwerfer-200 pounds
families and formal declara- a
tracting
and her with the wit of was not beneficial to the pretty hats : I
eral Judge Carptener, attor- a wag and the geniusof of line-not
tion of intention. special corner our our A "Made in Orlando" build
and dresses of the ladies who scoldedin
,
demanded immediate triaL
ney an The brides come tagged and num- an ancient artisan, put one over company section, thank God-has : ing at the fair looks good to us
uncertain terms.
The 28th of January set. no Following
was bered, are awarded to the right hus- our city officials a few nights ago. this abuse the ingenius future states- been their special aim. They put : and with the proper encouragement -

band and then taken in these infernal bombs into a circle of by the fair official,
charge by Marks street has been in a bad con- man went to work to relieve the sit- ,
HAS PURCHASED LAND radius. They smash in "Made in Orlando" lumber
the Japanese Association, which sees dition for six months and for several uation, and as a result for several thirty yards :
that they are taken to the marriage the trenches, blow men to bits and could be secured, "Made in Or- .
months small ponds spanned the en- evenings travelers were amused and
Mr. J. W. McMurtrey, who with bureau and a religious ceremony is stupefy and poison others." lando" labor could build it,and : ;
tire road at several points. At the warned by a miniature light tower at
his family has moved to Orange when finished the "Maids of
county performed.Your sudden turn in the street in front of the top of which a wax candle burned, .
f from Atlanta, Ga., was among the THE WEATHER Orlando" would decorate it not
the little store is located one of these and thus cars were guided around the <
business transactors in Orlando yes daily paper-New York Bos- only by their presence but with 1:
street ponds, and at night automobiles patience-disturbing pond.It .
\1 terday. Mr. McMnrtrey has pur- ton, Pittsburg, Philadelphia, Chicago, coming into the city plunge into does not require a philosopherto Florida: Local rains Wednesday. : their artistic skilL-W. S., ,'

chased a large tract of land near. Cincinnati, Atlanta, Washington, etc. rain in north- I I Branch.itllllllllllllillMtllt. :
mud 1
this ugly pond before they have get the benefit of the suggestionof Thursday fair except
;1 Gotha, which he will improve. Curtis & O'NeaL .It! '
time to see the thing. this lad. west portion. .'




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INSIDE STORY OF GERMAN BOMBARDMENT SUPREME
COURT OPINION
Up t- date ,
pauting papering etc.* Don't wait for every one In town to
OF ENGLISH The superme court has, I believe, is the kind you want. Where to eet Entrican, the painter, beforeou
COAST TOWNS passed on the question of the length : it? That's easy, phone 636. W. 1. % try. Am too busy to look you
of the term of office of the Seminole : Entrican. 1-20-tf 1Phone 636, and I will be on the
: c4A : London, Dec. 19.-(By mail to New county officials and has decided that 'Jcn- 1-20-tf
York.-The "inside" story of the they will hold until 1917. This being ; -
FACECR c bombardment of the east coast by the case it is up to the officials who :
German battle cruisers can get to the thought they were elected for four i j OUR NEW PENNANTS.
+
Ti' t 1! United States only through the me- years instead of two to get real nice
ti, m j dium of the British I ..
postoffice. to the voters again instead of assum- '
Have noticed them
you in the Pine street
.oo.uo.p.adre 1 a From the moment the ticker flashed, ing the haughty air of the man whois
the press bureau's official announce- in for a long term. This means i! window? They are not made of cheap cotton
ment that "the German fleet is bombarding that all of our officials will run for i I
i shoddy wi th the letters pasted on. Every
Scarborough and the Hartle- office again in two years and the,fun.i pen-:
pools" at 11:25 Wednesday morning will start sooner than expected. I nant we sell is of the highest grade wool felt
:.We hand you something until many hours later Fleet street hear that there will be many candi-I
new with felt letters stitched on with silk.If' .
London's Park Row
([ ) was probably dates for the county offices and no
in the soa -maker'sart busier and more nearly excited than man's job is safe.-Curbstone Glean-
there was any way to make a better
at any time the war began. ings, from the Sanford Herald.

Everybody, in London as well as in pennant we should have them. New, original
Christie MacDonald the the bombarded towns, is satisfied theraiders' FOR SALE
designs of great beauty.
of fire could
accuracy gun No. 1. One hundred acres, locatedon
famous actress, says: never have been possible had not lake front one mile from city lim- ,
some one aboard each enemy ship its; six hundred bearing fruit trees; \v. S. BRANCH,
"Your Nyal's Face Cream Soap is Perfect. had a carefully-and recentlymadechart good house and outbuildings. $8,000; I
terms. The Arcade Book and
easy Music Store
Its the which lean of each town in his possesion.for .
one of few soaps use No. 2. Forty acres virgin pine tim-
andthinkyours the equal of any of the imported not only were virtually all of the ber land, on south side of lake front,
$2 and$3 cakes which I have tried. public buildings struck but in a high three-fourths mile from railroad sta-
of the tion. $1,000.
percentage cases residences
No. 3. Seventy-five acres, on lake
Yes-it's all too true. Nyal's Face Cream Soap shelled had billeted soldiers in them! front one-half mile from Forest City;
The naturalized German's residencewas six acres bearing orange grove; good The Marl et
is vastly superior to all other soaps. It cleanses
razed to the ground by shell fire, eight room house. $4,500; terms.
and purifies the skin, keeping it clear, rosy, the only house to be touched in the No. 4. Twenty acres, four miles OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
from the city, on lake front; twelve
velvety and elastic.
neighborhood. At almost the same acres bearing orange grove; orange OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
moment his law offices, three miles recently sold two thousand three
It is fragrant and subtly sweet. No-it will not crop
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
hundred boxes. Three hundred boxesof
away, were also being knocked into
smart the most tender skin. Really-it's the prideof grapefruit now on trees. $6,500; Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
dust by other German shells! Had he
terms.
particular people-why don't you use it? asked for an alibi the raiding fleet No. 5. Lot 70x190 feet, on brick Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

Of course, you value a beautiful, healthy skin, could not have espoused his cause street; high class neighborhood. and pure.
more completely.The $1,000. We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
then-use Nyal's Face Cream Soap. It is the No. 6. Thirty acres near hard sur-
acme of the soap-maker's art because it gives a way the list of killed and injured face road; one mile from railroad everything in the Meat Line
in the two Hartlepools grew- station, on lake front; four acres
soft bubbly lather and is fragrant as the flowers. from the "12 killed, 30 injured" of the budded grove; six hundred boxes of BE. TOdL. Self & Co.
fruit; one hundred and fifty thousand
It costs twenty-five cents the cake and well i first official announcement to the final feet virgin pine timber. $3,000.J. .
worth it. Nyal's Face Cream Soap will improve figures-reflected conversely the atti- E. CRAWFORD, PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
tude of the villagers on the whole Office, Orland Hotel.
your complexion. Come to our store-get a ,!e 1-3-lno*
matter of the raid. the
cake today. This is the one soap you've beenlnelri..g During I
+ three-quarters of an hour of actual
frESTES, r
t the inhabitants
shelling became-
slowly and gradually to be sure, but
PHARMACY; admittedly-panic stricken and a tl tlB

greater portion of the population be- t
gan a mad dash inland. But withinan

,. Ml Ml I . . . . . . .. hour of the bombardment's cessa-

tion a change of temper set in. Within. B Beiii tile Ne YHI. lit
w [ -
REAL ESTATEWe and. 24 child hours was every declaring last man vehementlythat woman ,.

the saddest part of the whole affair -
was that the Germans hadn't
landed!

While surgeons were still pouring
into the town to help the overtaxed
Cook and Heat
buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If local staff attending the 300 injured .
citizens the military took advantageof
If you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call the situation to start a regimentalband

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| and talk your wishes over with us. at the head of two companies of
raw recruis on a "route march" all
WITH
The manager of this firm has had years of exper- over both towns. By nightfall there '
were several hundred mufti-clad citizens -
ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a trudging on behind-new members -

! million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last of Kitchener's new army.

11 two years. DONATES PARKL.

I GAS'T
We are well posted on the value of all classes and S. Perkins, of the department of
the interior, Washington, D. Cn is in
; ; kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all town looking after the Perkins prop-

erty. It ?s expected that surveys will
; ; bargains in.Real Estate, and we want customers for Real be made and the property subdivided.Mr. .

; ; Estate Bargains. Perkins tells us that the heirs,
of whom there are three, himself, E.
D.[ M. Pet kins, and Mrs. Lydia de '

Becheyet, will deed to" the town of n YoWll Sllrely be Happy J
Winter Garden five acres of land for

a public park, the only condition being -
WARING( REAL ESTATE COMPANY that the town take good care of ,

the: property, and the only string tied
to the gift being that the property (!'

; R. D. WARING, Manager shall revert to the heirs if it is neg-
> lected.

. I Rooms 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115tf The department of agriculture will
i furnish all the plants and trees neces-
LIGHT
i: sary to beautify the park.A ORLANDO WATER & CO.

meeting of the board of trade
..11111..111..1..1..1. . .
was held last evening when Mr. Per-
kins took up another matter of inter- GAS DEPARTMENT

._. est to fruit growers here, and that
r was the Home club, composed of em- I
ployes of the department of the inte-
rior, whose combined salaries are
; Hammond &Gore $225,000 a month, desire to buy fruits


r I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBAlMERS. I a and from Perkins scheck he this says would is section that sent suggest they with in car pay every that lots.spot sample order cash Mr.,, Th FI ri a R al H tat & Iny tDI nt C Co.


REAL VALUES LOW PRICES boxes be sent to the Home Club,

Washington, D. C.-Winter Garden
COMPARE News. Capital $50,000. Fully Paid Up.


I OUR FURNITUREWe I DONT MIX UPHere's Incorporated In Florida; Therefore Under State Control, 1A J

provide the quality of furniture that has long a paragraph that's worth offered this :
by Corporation are exclusivelylisted
been LL propositions
accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the thinking over: "It's all very well to
standard of merit. If an articleis here it is good. have your opinion about the war in with us, at the same time can also be bought throughthe
It wouldn'fbe here were it otherwise. We can't make Europe, but don't go around forcing need not to secret
this point too clear--it is one of the foundation stonesof purchasers Agent, as we our proposals

I this business, and that means much to any buyer. I know your opinion it is disagreeable.on persons to whom It is just you for anybody the deal has to be closed at our office. This mc*s

that lack of consideration for others protection for the seller as well for the buyer. With our Bak

: McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK, that produced the war." That is good Guarantee furnished to the purchaser, if requested. Having c lI -
advice as to opinions on any subjectand
Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.. Orlando Ha. the disposition to force them up- fidenee to all our offerings, we advance 75 per cent of the p> r-

\ J on others. Some folks seem never so I chase price at six per cent. interest, even on unimproved land. We

r .. happy other as when people forcing, and they their even opinionson go hold today over one million dollars of properties in city lots, city

about asking people what they thinkof and country homes, orange groves and uncultivated lands Our

\ this and that and then get busy books open to all investors, if such inducements will appeal] to yqu I
with them
THE OSCEOLA arguing and forcing their
i own opinions on them. They make it -take the trouble to climb up one fligh of stairs over the Peoples
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t' I their business when the opinions oth- National Bank, and consult. ,
STEAM HEAT THROUGHOUT 1 er people may hold upon a subjectare

Magnolia and Robinson Ave, J. W. BURLEY, Manager after all none of their business. HENRY BENEDICT, President
A man is never hopelessly and eternally -

t wrong if he holds an opinion Phone 570 I II
contrary to that of these positive Office over Peoples National Bank.
TRY A WANT I
AD. folks who essay to regulate opinion I t
generally.

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SIDE STORY OF GERMAN BOM- SUPREME COURT OPINIONThe .
tf. Up t date pauting, papering, etc., Don't wait for every one In town to
BARD IE T OF ENGLISH superme court has, I believe, is the kind You want. Where to get have Entrican. the painter before i
.. COAST TOWNS passed on the question of the lengthof it! That's easy, phone 636. W. 1. you try. Am too nusy to look you I!
1Phone 636, and I will be the f(
: the term of office of the Seminole' Entrican. on
London, Dec. 19.-By mail to New county officials and has decided that 1-20-tf )-o. 1-20-tf !

York.-The "inside" story of the they will hold until 1917. This being tl l
bombardment of the east coast by the case it is up to the officials who
German battle cruisers can get to the thought they were elected for four!j; OUR NEW PENNANTS.Have i
United States only through the me- years instead of two to get real nice
L nrrCa.u dium of the British postoffice. to the voters again instead of assum-I I
noticed them street
OO.oYUG you in the Pine
From the moment the ticker flashed, ing the haughty air of the man whois !
the press bureau's official announcement in for a long term. This means window? They are not made of cheap cotton 'j
r that *the German fleet is bombarding that all of our officials will run for '
.. Scarborough and the Hartle- office again in two years and the fun shoddy with the letters pasted on. Every pennant i

J pools" at 11:25 Wednesday morning will start sooner than expected. I we sell is of the highest grade wool felt !
We hand you something new until many hours later Fleet street hear that there will be many candi-I
with felt letters
(London's Park Row) was probably dates for the county offices and no stitched on with silk.
in soap-maker's art busier and more nearly excited than man's job is safe.-Curbstone Glean-
at any time the war began. ings, from the Sanford Herald. If there was any way to make a better

Everybody, in London as well as in pennant we should have them. New, original '
Christie MacDonald the the bombarded towns, is satisfied the FOR SALE
of "
designs great beauty.
raiders' accuracy of gun fire could
No.1. One hundred
acres locatedon
famous actress, says: never have been possible had not lake front one mile from city lime I
some one aboard each enemy ship its; six hundred bearing fruit trees; \y. S. BRANCH
I "Your Nyal's Face Cream Soap is perfect.It had a carefully-and recently-made good house and outbuildings. $8,000; ,
chart of each town in his easy terms. The Arcade Book and Music Store
is one of the few soaps which I can used possesion.For No. 2. Forty acres virgin pine tim-
andthinkyours the equal of any of the im. not only were virtually all of the ber land on south side of lake front,
ported and 13 cakes which I have tried." public buildings struck but in a high three-fourths. mile from railroad sta-
percentage of cases the residences tion. $1,000.No.
3. Seventy-five acres, on lake -
Yes-it's all too true. Nyal's Face Cream Soapis shelled'had billeted soldiers in them! front one-half mile from Forest City;
The naturalized German's residencewas six acres bearing orange grove; good The arketOF
vastly superior to all other soaps. It cleanses
eight room house. $4,500 terms.
razed to the ground by shell fire ;
and purifies the skin, keeping it clear, rosy, No. 4. Twenty acres, four miles
the: only house to be touched in the
CLEANLINESS OF
velvety and elastic.It from the city, on lake front; twelve QUALITY
neighborhood. At almost the
same acres bearing orange grove; orange OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
is fragrant and subtly sweet. No-it will not moment his law offices, three miles crop recently sold two thousand three
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
hundred boxes. Three hundred boxesof
were also knocked into
being
the tender skin. the away '
smart most Really-it's prideof = grapefruit now on trees. $6,500
dust by other German shells! Had he ; Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
particular people-why don't it? terms.
you use asked for an alibi the raiding fleet No.5. Lot 70x190 feet, on brick 1 Everything screened away from the flies and kept fresh
Of course, you value a beautiful, healthy skin, could not have espoused his cause street; high class neighborhood. I and pure.

then-use Nyal's Face Cream Soap. It is the more completely.The 1000.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 way the list of killed and injured face road; one mile from railroad everything in the Meat Line.
in the two Hartlepools grew station, on lake front; four acres
soft bubbly lather and is fragrant as the flowers. ;
from the "12 killed 30 injured" of the budded grove; six hundred boxes of
BE. ]ML: Self & Co.
fruit hundred and thousand .
It ; one fifty
costs twenty-five cents the cake and well first official announcement to the final
feet
virgin pine timber. 3000.
worth it. Nyal's Face Cream Soap will improve h. figures-reflected conversely the atti- J. E CRAWFORD, PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREETB
complexion. Come to tude of the villagers on the whole Office, Orland Hotel.
our
your store-get a ,;;j 13no*
cake today. This is the one soap you've been matter of the raid. During the I
three-quarters of an hour of actual
!e1!!'6 for, t=9 r
shelling the inhabitants became--
slowly and gradually to be sure, but
ESTES PHARMACY admittedly-panic stricken and a
greater portion of the population began t
a mad dash inland. But withinan

. . . . . . . hour of the bombardment's cessa-
tion a change of temper set in. Within B in th N Tie Hi '
w l
REAL ESTATE and 24 child hours was every declaring last man vehemently, woman [ .

that: the saddest part of the whole af-
fair was that the Germans hadn't
landed!
While surgeons were still pouring
into the town to help the overtaxed 0
We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate. local staff attending the 300 injured Cook and Heat

' citizens the military took advantageof
If you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call the situation to start a regimental

I and talk your wishes over with us. band at the head of two companies of
raw recruis on a "route march" all
The manager of this firm has had years of experience over both towns. By nightfall there WITH .
were several hundred mufti-clad citizens
11 dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a trudging on behind-new members

million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last of Kitchener's new army.

'
< two years. DONATES PARK

We are well posted on the value of all classes and L. S. Perkins, of the department of I GAS'Th

I the interior, Washington D. Cn is in I
kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all '. town looking after the Perkins prop-

; ; bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real I erty. It is expected that surveys will
be: made and the property subdivided.Mr. .
; ; Estate Bargains. Perkins tells us that the heirs, I
of whom there are three, himself, E.
D. M. Perkins, and Mrs. Lydia de '
Becheyet, will deed to" the town of You'll be
n Surely IJ llapy
Winter Garden five acres of land fora J
public park, the only condition being -
WARING REAL .
ESTATE COMPANYR. that the town take good care of
the property, and the only string tied
to the gift being that the property
D. WARING, Manager shall revert to the heirs if it is neg-
lected.
! Rooms 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 63111.15tf The department of agriculture will

furnish all the plants and trees neces-
ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
sary to beautify the park.A .

.. . , TfTTIirtttlttillltlltllllliiUliHammond . meeting of the board of trade
held last when
was evening Mr. Per-
kins took up another matter of inter- GAS DEPARTMENT

iu.._ _ _ est to fruit growers here, affl that
r was the Home club, composed of em-
ployes of the department of the inte- J
nor, whose combined salaries are
Gore $225,000 a month, desire to buy fruits


I REAL FUNERAL VALUES DIRECTORS AND LOW EMBAIMERS.PRICES I a and Perkins from scheck he this says would is section that sent suggest they with in car pay every that lots.Ir.spot sample order cash., Th P1oria a Real E Estate & luvestineilt t C Co.


boxes be sent to the Home Club,
Washington, D. C.-Winter Garden
COMPARE News. Capital $50,000. Folly Paid Up.


I OUR FURNITUREWe I DON'T MIX UP Incorporated In Florida; Therefore Under Slate Control, T TALL

provide the quality of furniture that has long Here's a paragraph that's worth
been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the<<: thinking over: "It's all very well to propositions offered by this Corporation are exclusively !

standard It wouldtt't'be of merit.here were If an it article otherwise.here We it ca is Vt good.make have your opinion about the war in with us, at the same time can also be bought throughthe

this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones Europe, but don't go around forcing purchasers Agent, as we need not to secret our proposalsfor

I of this business, and that means much to any buyer. I know your opinion it is disagreeable.on persons to whom It is just you anybody, the deal has to be closed at our office. This means .

that lack of consideration for others protection for the seller as well for the buyer. With our Bank
McNEttL & DAVIS BLOCK that produced the war." That is good if
advice as to opinions on any subject Guarantee furnished to the purchaser, requested. Having con-

Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando Ha. and the disposition to force them up- fidenee to all our offerings, we advance 75 per cent of the pur-

::. J on others. Some folks seem never so chase price at six per cent. interest, even on unimproved land. We
happy as when forcing their opinionson
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hold million dollars of properties in city lots,
other people, and they even go today over one
Our
about asking people what they thinkof and country homes, orange groves and uncultivated lands. y

\ this and that and then get busy all investors if such inducements will appeal to
THE OSCEOLASTEAM arguing with them and forcing their books open to you I
own opinions on them. They make it -take the trouble to climb up one High of stairs over the Peoples 1

HEAT THROUGHOUT their business when the opinions other National Bank, and consult.
people may hold upon a subjectare

Magnolia and Robinson Are J. W. HURLEY ManagerTRY after all none of their business. HENRY BENEDICT, President
0 A man is never hopelessly and eternally
wrong if he holds an opinion
A WANT contrary to that of these positive I Office over Peoples National Bank. Phone 570r I II
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theater of war in Belgium. In recogni- Presents the only authentic '
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motive in view the second party agreesto .

give the undersigned of the first partly I i 'Eur"opeanl1ar Pictures

50 per cent. of the profits realized from

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undersigned of the first party I r The W 01 Id's' Greatest Newspaper.
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the First theater PartyLe of war Delegue in Belgium.General Pres Du r! ment. whose Red Cross organization:] iccc.vt hai; cf the prccf C: Keic is jcir c rlJI:1 i :

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The majority of the members of SLIPPERS OF LINENA I'ANNUAL REUNION OF LONG- favorite, "The Inventor's Wife." INTERESTING BITS waterworks though he has met with
the house voted for prohibition, but WOOD SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION Residents of Longwood attendingwere some delay in shipments of a few
how would they have voted if the new idea in bedroom slippers is Rev. G. W. Hardaway and wife, Mining for tin under the sea is supplies. He hopes to have every-
proposition could have been carried to make them of linen. These are decidedly Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Healey Mr. and common enough in Cornwall, where thing in readiness by the middle pf
by a bare majority-Times-Union. comfortable on the feet, wear December 29, 1914, was a red letter Mrs. D. W. Clouer, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. the veins are followed for a consid- the month that Apopka can enjoy tie
- well and can be washed easily. They day to all who attended the annual Searcy, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Dinkie, erable distance under the waters of much needed improvement. .
The thermometer registered fifty- can be made from plain or embroi- reunion of the Longwood Settlers' and the Misse Olive and Jewel Din- the stern coast, but Cornwall is fairly The Messrs. Dibble and Ernest, }Jf
two degrees below zero in Vermont dered linen, just a little heavier than Association. It is safe to say the kle, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Niemeyer, Mr. equalled by Chile, which, instead of Eustis well contractors have hd .
yesterday. No state can go Repub- you would use for doilies or center- absent ones agree with the small boy and Mrs. Bistline, Mr. J. B. Clouser, producing tin, yields large quantitiesof their well machinery on the grow }
lican all its life and escape punish- pieces. Buttonhole around the top in who attended last year with his parents and Mr. Bruce Clouser.In coal. So impervious to water is the past week drilling an eight-inch
ment sooner or Jater.-Jacksonville a small scallop and make eyelets in but being unable to attend this attendance from Sanford were the overhead rock that the under- well for the water supply. They a3
Metropolis. which to run narrow ribbon. fear, said, "Papa, I'm sorry we can't Dr. C. E. Walker and wife, Miss Flo- ground workings are dry and clean. now at a depth of sixty feet and a.ve
They are very pretty made up of go this year, they do have such good ra Walker Mrs. Walter Hand, Mrs. Modern equipment is used, and electric experiencing no difficulty so far. This
hamburg four inches wide and with Will Hand, and Misses Ruth, Helen for all is
a Things to eat." power purposes sup- I firm has with them experienced hell,
A Beautiful well covered edge as well as an open After every one had partaken of I and Clarice Hand, Mrs. Anna Walker plied at a low rate. in the person of Mr. R. E. Hart and
one through which the ribbon can the bountiful spread, the president of Miss Eva Walker Miss Clara Walker. One of the most expensive woods Mr. Ben Rush.
:run. When soiled they can be removed the association Mrs. C. E. Walker.I Also present Mr. and Miss Dunbar of used regularly in an established industry Mr. Starbird is very much elate}
PlACE CHEAP from the sole, laundered and gave a pleasant and informal talk, I, Philadelphia; :Mr. and Mrs. Leterer, in the United States is boxwood i over the smoothness in which ever 1!
replaced with little trouble. It IS and the secretary, Mrs. J. S. Dinkel, of New Washington, Ohio, and Miss i the favorite material for wood I little detail is overcome, and promise J ;
well to keep a fresh pair always on read the minutes of the last meeting Lenora Barnes, of New Washington, engraving. It has been quoted atI that should no further delay in get 1
. hand. also letters from absent friends who Ohio.A censt a cubic inch, and about $1,300by ting material and supplies hinder,th :
vote of thanks was given the ladies the thousand board feet. plant will be in full .
operation
1-4 of mile outside were unable to attend, and instead ofa soon.- i
I SAVED BRITISH AIRMAN I hearty handshake their good wishes of the civic league who so kindly In the market of Lassa opium is Apopka News. ;
limits. 11 i thus gave the use of the Longwood library said to be sold for its weight in sil
city acres were expressed. The letters CURRA""I'S.I
Amsterdam Jan. 4.-A telegram read were from Rev. W. B. Y. Wilkie, I.for a meeting place, and their offer ver. CLEAN .-i
of good bearing received here from Muiden, Holland i of Dunedin, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. W. L. of the library building for the next .\
at the mouth of the Vecht, a': St. meeting was accepted to be held on RAPID PROGRESS BEING MADE A ]
says Singleton Augustine; Mrs. J. R. quick way to clean currents when j
grove----beautiful I steam trawler has landed there Flight |Tysen, Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. W.I. the third Saturday in January, 1916. WITH ELECTRIC PLANT making cakes is to put the fruit intoa j
Commander Hewlett of the British !J Fletcher, Winchinden, :Mass.: ; :Mrs.: AND WATERWORKSWork colander with a sprinkling of flour .
lake frontage. Five navy, who was one of the British air-;i Chas. DeVbe Berlin, Wia.; and Mrs. FOR A LEAKING PEN and rub around a few times with your
hard- men in the recent raid at Cuxhaven H. E. Travis, Boston, Mass. Mrs. G. If one is with a leaky is progressing very nicely, hand. It is surprising how quickly
room cottage, and who was supposed to have been S. Greenwood of Orlando, read a fountain pen trouble'cation of a lit- reports Mr. A. M. Starbird in the the stalks are separated and rome .
lost; his machine was picked up off parody on "The Song of the Patch," tle soap to the threads of the screw installing of the electric plant and through the small holes i
Heligoland. Hewlett was rescued off composed by herself and read at a will work magic. If filled and the
road.$6,5OO Heligoland soon after he fell but "poverty social" given in 1895 at the soap applied there will be no more -
I, rough weather prevented the trawler West Longwood chapel. Mrs. J. S. trouble until the pen needs filling 1
from making port before today. Dinkel gave a reading the old time :again. "
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Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited

Vanilla A % fEAST ,, HORSES FOR SALE

Lemon I.
Banana 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
AT THE
Pineapple


StrawberryWe are headquarters for Rosalind Club HouseON f

extracts of all kinds and have WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver I
several of the best brands. -
hear this before! Let the Delicatessen Man do it.
Orange or Clover Honey. Something new Something New I
Try it. Ask About it.
Fresh Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for I'
Vegetables Every Day. '
three or more ..'
Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
Eth COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES

CARUTHERS & GORE Weanesday: January POTATO SALADJ. .

R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'SBakery
Phone 26
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New Modern Graces
at 8:30 p. m.

Phone 200

FIRST TIME IN ORLANDO Am Leaving FloridaAnd

6 and 8 East Pine St. Mr. Carr will sing Alexander von Fielitz' Cycle"Eliland" ParkA
; Specially Price my two Properties in Winter
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PHONE 646 of ten numbersAs good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800 !
full bearing Orange, Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two !
HIRE
FOR
AUTO blocks of Public School close to Depot and Post Office. In addition !
FIRST CLASS REPAIRING to making a home this property will make a yearly return on !
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 be sold.Tickets market conditions, price $8,500.00; also
17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla. My Residence Property in Winter Park, 12-room, New Modern
: 12-lO.lm dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front, 20 acres of !
on sale Monday Morning at 9 a. m.,. at Estes' land highly improved 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigated I
garden. Property is close in, well located, close to the new f
I Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough for I
Dr. S. S. Jones Drug Store. Price $1.00 the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16- I.
will in 30
tOO, and give possession days.
FIRST COME I See owner only. Write or phone me for a date and I will send !
CHIROPRACTOR : FIRST
.7.T".2Z2: : SERVED .
my car to any place in Orange County to show you these properties. I
graduate Davenport College, 17 and
1209.18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone I ED. F. KHraZTtX I II
Intelligent people everywhereare
being restored to health by chiro- I BOX 33, WINTER PARK, FLORIDA I II
\practic adjustments the new science I Orange County's College City and one of FUrioVa Prettiest places. 11 11t a aL
iof removing!: the cause of disease. Examination -
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THE DAILY SIDELIGHTSBy WINDERMERE ,!
I Here is a Bargain and
South Florida SentinelMORNING ( W. S. Branch) !
Windermere Fla., Jan. 5.-Mr. .
AND WEEKLY Price Ed. and Should be Snappedup I
W. M. GLENN .....................Editor "Symposiarch"At Springer J. C. Palmer II I
W. C. ESSINGTON .... .B..i_..* Manger a recent banquet in northern spent Wednesday in Orlando. II
Ohio one of the speakers called the II I
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Entered at the pmtoffiee at Orlando Flor- toastmaster a "Symposiarch." Now purchased a new by Speculators. -
ida m* Second C1.... Mail Matter. would you feel complimented or insulted five passenger Buick this week. I
SUBSCRIPTION RATES if some one should call by Mr. Scott Robbins of Toledo Ohio
Dail,. 1 Year ........................ $5.00 that name? The word is not you in I
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2.50 any is here looking for grove land. TRUE
ECONOMY
Daily 3 Month ...................... 1.25 dictionary and was coined by the Mrs. II. H.
Williams Jr., and Miss
DUy. 1 Month ....................... .60Wkly. speaker for the occasion.
I Year ........ .-........... tl.OO - Gladys Gifford were Orlando visitors
::: MulesSt. Saturday.Mr. .
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN Louis has already shipped two I
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ADVANCETO and a half million dollars worth of Percy jenks or Cleveland, 0 Forty-five acres in the Lake securing what you want,

ADVERTISERS: mules to England and France for is spending his vacation at RossmoreInn. at the time it
war uses. It is now in order for I I Conway District where like you want and

advertising Copy for mast display be bands and all in at other the hand-Mt bauneuoffice some paragrapher to remark to the is from $100 at the price are preparedto
of die Sentinel not later than 2 p. m-. effect that Germany does not need to Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Brown, Dr.and I I property selling you
the day before publication. This rule applies import mules because-we could not Mrs. J. A. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs.H. Ito $ acre This tract pay for it.
it U 125 per
chances for contract advertising:
to it and remain neutral. H.
say Williams formed
a delightfulauto
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to.Subscribvra
-0I to Eustis. I surrounded by fine
desiring The Sentinel discontinued I Bartenders party lis young
should notify the office in writing on I bartenders held banquet Mr. and Mrs. D. T.
a
Tampa McNiel of Go-
Is timbered
the date of expiration otherwise it will be groves. heavily
continued at the regular subscription rates and one of them delivered an ad- !' tha took New Year's dinner at Ross- I

until Telephone notice Nwb-r to stop .is..received.................... 24 I there dress(is?)any on one"Brotherly subject farther Love." removed If- more Inn.Visitors. .I and is very rich soil. Owneris OUR ANNUAL

from a barkeeper's business from Orlando here ident and has instructed
Sundaywere
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1915. i a non-re:1 -
than true brotherly love we have
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Cornell :Mr.
It's coming! --- -- failed to discover-0To it.- and Mrs. J. M. Sellers' and Mrs J. R. us to sell this prop- FALL AND WINTER

o- Err Davis. I erty at only sixty dollars per
We do not know who put the "err"in
Earl Vick A. T.
Branham Miss
The man who Is Ions on vanity is Terre Haute Indiana but the acre. i
short on common sence.o grand jury and the prosecuting attor- Beth Branham and Miss Annie Whal-
-- ney manifest a disposition to take it ley were dinner guests at Rossmore

War is man's most costly luxury out. - ,IInn Sunday. ClEARANCE SALE

and he is getting tired of it. Mex Equals Jax
o We have not made an accurate census -J Mrs L. F. Steere arrived Saturday
Atha
Gossips are people who go around but from a hasty reckoning we afternoon from Cooperstown N. Y., i Cooper
in the back. are of the opinion that the numberof I and joined Mr. Steere their is
at the
stabbing reputations ex-presidents in Mexico just about winter I essential aid to this econ-
o equals the number of candidates for I home on Fairview avenue for the season : Hi Soath Orange Are. Croud Floor
Carranza in accumulating riches is municipal offices in Jacksonville at I Mr. Steere having preceded Mrs I omy, and not only that, you
not the first example of accretion by the coming primary. It would take an Steere to Daytona.-Daytona Gazette. : Phone No. 311 are contributing
nth power mathematician to calculate I your part to
inertia.
o either one. ---0- the success of the Union by

Some day next year the world may Microbitis"If I buying articles and fabrics
there onl' some to
was way
learn what is behind the mystery of
"
utilize the microbe wails the Times- !
the hidden fleets. Union philosopher. But we are hereto
---0It contend that the microbe is not an "Made in America"For
unmixed evil. Frequently a man dies
is very rude of the warring nations of microbitis who, if he had lived

to question one another's verac- might have been one of the creatures this is in truth a "Made in
ity in the reports of battles won. who sit up and rock the boat or pull
o the trigger of the gun when he LAKE EOLAHere America Sale"so do
your
"didn't know it was loaded or asks
; Somebody ought to quote to Eu- "Who's this?" at the telephone' or part to the succes of "Supporting
c rope's diplomats the excellent words: reads the picture titles aloud at the
movies. Give the microbe an oppor- Home Industries."
"Ye shall know them by their fruits.
tunity to assist the fool killer whois
----- overworked most of the time. I

A soft heart and a hard head make is an unusual offering one that I can unhesitatingly -

an excellent combination, but a hard WHAT?-
heart and a soft head-well, that'sdifferent. The editor of a Kansas paper says recommend as a GREAT BARGAIN. The lot is Sale Commences

that he picked a Winchester rifle
I up 90x200 and the house contains seven rooms and bath.
a recently and started up the street to Thursday Jan.

The thermometer gives a continuous deliver the weapon to its owner. The Servants room on premises. Orange and grapefruit and 7thr

t performance year after year and delinquent subscribers got it into
man swear first at one end of it, then their heads that he was on the war peach trees, shruberry and flowers and ornamental <

at the other. path and every one he met insistedon
o -- paying all they owed. One man plants. Owner will sell furnished or unfurnished. The Dry Goods, Millinery, Ready-

/ About all the Turk seems to have wiped ing. On out returning a debt of to ten the years office stand-he location is No. 215 E. Robinson avenue, on north shore of to-Wear, Boots and Shoes
accomplished in the war is to lay up a ,
lot of trouble for himself when the found a load of hay, fiften bushels of Lake Eola, and overlooking Eola Park. Listed exclusively -
final settlement is made. corn ten bushels of potatoes a load Mens' Furnishings, Etc.
r 0 of wood and a barrel of turnips.-La- with me. The price will astonish you, it too low

Belle Star.STATE .
( Some folks shop early an' others o but owneris determined to sell. Cash or terms. .
have t' wait till they've got th price.


I' t Th words.-Abe* th'feller weather who Martin.continues never has his t* remarks eat his TO There COME DIVISION is talk again SURE of dividing Tb BiH S Secia1 Oh n

a Florida into two good states a prop-
osition that has many things in its
FOR RENT-Peace Palace at The
favor; southern Florida is as differ- S. Y. WAY
Hague. Will sell' to Right Party. 2nd Floor"ALL
ent in its products climate and gen-
Plan. $10 down and
Payment
Easy
eral characteristics from those of the
50c a week until the war is over. Ad-
dress "Lonesome" Peace Palace, The northern northern Florida section is of from the Tennessee.The state as. Insurance and Real Estate Agent STREET AND AFTERNOON COS.TUMES'rincluding -

1-6-tfc all Wools Silks
Hague.
Metropolis believes that some :

a day the division will be made to the and Poplins at these enormous re- t
Possibly the Russian war cry is: advantage of the entire state.-Miami PHONE 172 ductions.

"We're from Bzura-you'll have to Metropolis.Hon. I ,
show usky!" or something like that.
o $10.00 Costumes for $ 5.00
But there is a Mazur territory in East
W. D. Gorsline of Miller's
Prussia, too isn't there? When Bzu- Mills has gone to Orlando Fla., 15.00 Costumes for. 7.50
ran meets Mazuran therell be a lot where he will spend the balance of
1 of showing. the winter as is his usual custom. His 25.00 Costumes for. 12.50 t
friends in this section hope he will
o have a god time and return hale and 35.00 Costumes for. 17.50
A -GRAND OLD MAN" hearty.-Utica Press, 29th. -
I
Florida mourns one of its sincerest I

patriots and most valuable citizens in
the death of General Henry W. Long -

who passed at his home at Mar- Tb S
away
BiH Special on n

reached tel a few the days age ago.of eighty-four Gen. Long years had Ld I Vallieres/ inn Bracelet e Watches

and fifty of these had been spent in
.
this state where for that long periodhe 1st Floor
had been a prominent an honest

and useful citizen.A .
a
-dainty enough for a. fairy
distinguished soldier and officerof 10 Yards Outing Flannel J

the Confederacy he was equally
valiant in the battles of peace. The What girl can resist the charm of a dainty La Valliere veritable 10 Yards Ginghams

place he leaves vacant will be hardto I 10 Yards Cheviot
fill.-Tampa Tribune. lacework of gold or platinum, set with precious or semipreciousstones
10 Yards ChambrayAny
o The designs this year are so unusually lovely, so delicate

JUDGMENT Pedestrians should exercise, judg- and fine, we are sure they must have been inspired by the fairies. 10 Yards for 79 Cents

ment in crossing Orlando streets. Worth $1.60 and $1.25

They should stop, look and listen and Especially charming, too, are our Bracelet Watches. A more pleasing gift
always keep Safety First uppermostin .
their minds. In many of the Eu- could not be chosen, or one that combines so much beauty with fpracticability ;

ropean countries a pedestrian who is Watch this paper daily
struck by an automobile is subject to
fine. In America the motorist is too Come in and look them over whether yon intend to purchase for "Extra Specials."

often subject to abuse. A striking or not. We know it will be a treat to you to see

example of what may happen to pe-
these exquisite pieces of jewelry,
destrians was shown yesterday on
Pine street by an incident which

caused a half hundred bystanders to
OPEN EVENINGST.
gasp. A young girl stepped into the

street opposite the postoffice, and
stepped directly in front of a machine DICKSON YES CO.

driven by W. R. O'Neal who was pro-

ceeding cautiously and slowly throughthe
crowded thoroughfare. Mr. H. EVANSJEWELER

O'Neal put on the brakes: instantly, .
and so suddenly did he do it that the DEPARTMENT STORE.

car skidded and might have overturned .. .
for it swerved from its course

many feet. The car slid on its wheels Orlando Orange Avenue Florida ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE'h
for six feet and grazed the young

lady, who had bounded forward. It

; was a near accident and injury was
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Joker. Comedy, "When Their towkM imtUt tkt femf.causing Capll- 1
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Powers. "The Honey Bee." of feed tube,as ia picture.the instant .
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Ordinary fountain pens ha.e straight
Mr. John Phillip Shaddick has goneto feed tubes in which ink Mays even

American. An Immigrant Drama. Majestic. A really different comedy drama. Orlando to be the guest of Mr. pen when ezpandingfroatbeatofyourbody pen is point op. Air inside of 1
Walter Drennen. During Mr. Shad- forces this ink out onto end of pen. 1
Standard style Parker Lucky Curve ,.
dick's visit in Tampa he was given a Pens$1.50 to$250.00 according to sue 'j I
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delightful little dinner at the Country N.w ornamentation.Parks*Jack Kuf.Safety.... J
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Club by Mr. Anson Squires.-Tampa cannot leak if it tries. Yon can even
Tribune. carry it.,riM*_.. Prices$Z.50 up.

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sive colonial porch and court, where any Parker Pen doesn't i
about the bronze fountain and THE BEST FOR YOUR CAR please. We protect
among
( ) the ferns the dancers enjoyed them- dealer.
selves until the small hours of the Drums for shipping and storage Get a leakless Parker Fen into TOUT
pocket before tonight.
: morning. The house was most beau- tanks kept on hand.
tiful with" its baskets and vases filled
-Edited By Mia Eliza Wright with pink and white roses and
carna-
No. Residence tions in fact, it Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit J i
Office telephone 179. telephone No. 254 ; gave one the impression -
they had found the palace of all cars. Give make of car when you .A.llen & Oo
roses, where one feels they would order.
WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDARJan. With Mrs. DeWitt Miller have to linger. ,
The Junior Matrons Card Club met Old fashioned
6th9th. with Mrs. DeWitt Miller yesterday served through the magnolia punch and chicken was REFINING JEWELERSA
evening -
afternoon. Owing to the illness of sandwiches, several kinds of cake, GULF COil [6 .CD i
.
Wednesday Mrs. James Magruder, Miss Ada and frozen pudding. McIntosh's orchestra ,, = I
3 P. M.-Unity Circle; Current Bumby substituted for her and Mrs. furnished the music. P. G. WALTON, Agent ij
Events, Mrs. Laubach. Chester Fosgate for the hostess. Mrs. Among the guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Algernon Haden, "at home." Allan Weathersbee won the prize. A .Mrs. Harry Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. Office Phone 450. j
Mendelssohn Club presents "Hia salad course was served after the James Calder, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Residence Phone 269.
watha," Rosalind Club. games. Mrs. Gordon Wright will be I Giles, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beeman,I II
Informal dance, New Lucerne hotel. the hostess for the club next week. I I Dr. and Mrs. Sylvan McElroy, Mr. I Rare Business OpportunitySmall 1
Men's Forum, Episcopal Chapter From JacksonvilleMrs. I and Mrs Seth Woodruff, Mr. and Mr .
House. R. L. Harris, of Jacksonville, I James Laughlin III., Mr. and Mrs. VENEER CORES
Thursday formerly of Orlando, is the houseguest F. D. Carr, Mr. and Mrs. David Rog growing business; well located will take about I
3 P. M.-Musicale, Rosalind Club. of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Dab- ers, Mr. and Mrs. Aldrich, Mr. and $1.25 to'handle
8:15 P. M. Mercer Glee Club, at ney Carr. Mrs. Harris arrived in Mrs. Charles Tremain, Mr. and Mrs. $1,000 proposition. Paying aboul 75 percent j

Yowell-Duckworth roof garden. time to attend the Mendelssohn Club"Hiawatha" George Keller, Dr. and Mrs. Hal Per Strand on investment. At present address S. F. J., 1
Friday concert at the Rosalind Beardall, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Up
3 P. M.-W. C. T. U. meeting, Club tonight, where Mr. Carr will Bourne, Mrs. Mary O. Beeman, Mrs. care Sentinel office. 3Don't J
FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS ANDOrlandoWood
Methodist church. give a beautiful cycle of songs. George B. Greene, Mrs. Leon Fort,
Saturday Musicale for Thursday Mrs. Braxton Beacham, Mrs. Charles OAK WOOD answer if not interested.
3 P. M.-D.A. R. card party, Red Mrs. Charles Campbell, chairmanof I Wescott, Miss Maggie Hart, Miss Er-
Cross benefit; Mrs. S. A. Hudson, the hospitality committee at the man, Miss Thornton, Messrs. James YardB.

hostess. Rosalind Club this month, announcesa Giles, Cardenas, Gus Hart, Edwin W. Kingsley, Proprietor
musicale for this Thursday after- Beeman, Billy Beardall, Shaddick,
PINE STREET AND R. R.
Sorosis Club noon at three o'clock.D. Jim DeLaney, Dr. Drennen Simon
The Sorosis Club held an important A. R. Card Party Beeman. 9-30 Telephone 344 Sentinel Want Ads Get Results j
business meeting en Tuesday after- The D. A. R. card party on Satur-
noon, many questions being brought: day will be held at the home of Mrs.S. REGISTERED AT TOURIST HEADQUARTERS
before the members. The president, A. Robinson on North Main street. -
Mrs Alton B. Whitman, read a com- Five hundred and bridge will be I I :.
munication from the president of the played. Visitors are invited. Twen-
Federation of Clubs, in behalf of the ty-five cents a player will be chargedfor The following are registered at
Belgians,: The club voted to sub- the benefit of the Red Cross fund. Tourist Headquarters: Wade Living- FRANK J
scribe twenty-five dollars to the relief Celebrating "21st" ston and wife, Muncie, Ind.; Geo. M. A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
fund for the Belgians. The book review Bruce Floyd is celebrating his
Gamble, H. N.
Berger, Ashtabula, 0.;
was taken up by Mrs. Edna twenty-first birthday today. Bruce
Fuller, who gave a very comprehensive has been "grown up" for some time, R. N. Fallagar, Catskill, N. Y.; Mrs. Established 1886
and interesting discussion of H. hut he becomes a full fledged voter Helen Walker, Plain City, 0.; Eben
G. Wells' latest work, "The Wife of from this day forth. Stubbs, Richwood, 0.; C. S. Brewer,
: !
Sir Isaac Harmon. Owing to the i
An AnnouncementIn
Hartford, Conn.; Mrs. H. S. Willard,
length of the business session the review order that the Mendelssohn Club
to have been given by Mrs T. concert will not conflict with prayer Bridgeport, Conn.; Mrs. Grace Mc- CURTIS & O'HEALi
Picton Warlow was postponed until meeting, the "Hiawatha" concert will Can, Geneva, N. Y.; H. L. Hanna,
next Monument Beach, Neb.; Chas. Mon-
at this
commence eight-thirty
week.Mrs.. Lege EntertainsThe ing. even- roe, Farrington, N. J.; Gus Momen,
Irvington, N. J. Donald
"Auctioneers" was delightfully To Visit at Fort Meade ; McDougall,
Amsterdam, N. Y. E. C. Renner, Be- INSURANCE LOANS
I entertained by Mrs. Wm. Lege; yes- Mrs. Joseph Bumby, Sr., and daughter ;
nosha, Wis. Richard Penn
terday afternoon at her home on Hill- Miss Ada, leave today for a visitto \v. ; Pin, Pa.;
M.
crest avenue. Miss Sheppard was her daughter in Fort Meade, returning Bridges, Knoxville, Tenn.;
presented with a dainty prize for home on Saturday. Fred Williams, Kansas City, Mo.; M. REAL ESTATE RENTALS .
J. McBride, Braddock, Pa.; C. H
making the highest score. The refreshments -, Tourists Entertainment Gemmell, New York. I
were unusually delicious, The tourists have arranged several
fruit salad being served in tiny bas- I, play grounds for themselves to while 0 1
kets hollowed out of grapefruit, with I away the hours pleasantly while they TO CITRUS EXCHANGE MEETING 1i
wafers and bon bons. The next meeting sojourn in Orlando. On the lot south i
will be with Miss Sheppard at of the Phillips garage on Orange ave- Messrs. A. B. Johnson and L. W.

Cathedral school. nue they pitch horse shoes before a Tilden left yesterday for Tampa to j
New Card Club large; audience; on the lot east of the FOR RENT 5 Rooms Furnished South Main
---Buagalo
attend
The "Bachelor Girls Card Club" court house is a croquet grounds a meeting of the Citrus Ex- ,

was organized yesterday afternoon at where many enjoy the games; and change.OSTEOPATHY. Street.
the home of Miss Augusta Wright on the Tourists Headquarters grows in
Lake Cherokee. Eight very congenial popularity every day. There is every- 1
young ,girls: are the fortunate mem- thing in Orlando to make the tourists
bers-Misses Guilda Happersett Jean enjoy spending the season here. Seven Room House, South Orlando.

:Person, Elizabeth Branham, Lillian Lester A. Beeman's party given for ,
Smith, Vida Miller, Mayme Thornton,.I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hoffman, of New DR. J. C. IIOWELL
Alma DeLaney, and Augusta Wright.: I York, and Mr. and Mrs. James Calder, Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon Two New Five Room Houses South West Orlando.
Chicken salad, saltines, olives, salted I of Montclair, New Jersey, was one of Kirksville Graduate ,
almonds, and coffee were served by I I the most beautiful dances ever given Consultation Free j
the hostess, assisted by her mother. I I I in Orlando. His suburban home wasa Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan 3I
The club will meet next Tuesday with blaze of electric lights: festooned HoteL 1 I
Miss Vida Miller at the Wyoming ho- through the palms, grapefruit trees, Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
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NOTICU Wilson: &have Toomer's accepted fertilizers agency for in number, Latl1.: a1.1d Sl1..iI'1gles:

SENTINEL 'I 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
WANTSThe known for any comment at my hands. .Y
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 patrons not only
my my own experience ORLANDO
Ad Medium in Orlando. but that of the firm, which cov- .
ers every detail of the citrus and veg-
Terms Cash in Advance. citrus industry. II. C. McDaniel.

Phone 708.EIGHTEEN.
RATES
For One Day ________..25c;
---- AND A HALF ACRESof Cement
For Three Days ____________50c land on Lake Gatlin sixteen in Royal Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
} 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 $12,000. Nothing bet- 11111.1111.IIIIIIIIJllllllllllllllllllllllllflll..IJI11,1, 111'.1..111.11111.
25 words or less. If the ad con- in Florida
I' ter 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 SUB-TROPICAL EXPOSITION
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, deducting
and ;
get the benefit of the income payable the following day. -
$2,000 for same. Offered only -MID-WINTER-
at once, as the berriesare for
reasons beyond owners control.
now being marketed. Every Home-Every Business- See H. C. McDaniel for particulars.
Local market has contracted Every Man has use for a Phone 708.
Sentinel Want Ad.
for all the berries produced

until June 15, 1915. House ROSSMORE INN OEL..A.. DO., .jr. T .. e.
and Barn on the property. FOR SALE WinderemereNew

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

Call in and we will show
SALE-12 pairs full blooded' Dr BuckmasterOSTEOPATH
you the greatest bargain in Berkshire pigs, just the right size
Orange County. to roast, at Chas. Rock's farm. 24tf Embracing-Agriculture, Horticulture, Floriculture, DomesticArts

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

ORlANDO BUILDING & LAND) CO 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

,II North Orange Avenue care unless of interested.SentineL Address Bargain 11-14-tf, 132'S. Orane Avenue AreoplansLectures and Entertainments of all kindsFor

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 information or premium list, address
present of will be from
H. BRYANT crop oranges
." 750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told,
DAVIS a GILES. CounselF. ready for setting-10 acres in lake WM. R. O'NEAL, See'y H. H. DICKSON, Pres. f
A. PEPPERCORN, Contractor one and quarter miles from Apopka.

I 178 Price, Orlando, $5,000., Fla.Address W. H.9-23-tf, Box [Is SOMETHING NICE I! 1.1.1111.1111.111111..IIIJDIIII.ltlll.IIIIIIIIIIIQI.111111 11111111111'111111'_


I FOR SALE-Buckboard, in first class
condition; or will trade for a good Two Beautiful Boil lug Lots
I Business ..one-horse wagon. 202 East Robinson 0
Directory..lFor avenue. l-3-3t On South Orange Avenue,

near Lake Lucerne, splen-
FOR RENT did view of the lake, only Y"r"' $w .
I
BUSY MEN.\
FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms. 2 1-2 blocks from business

Who is your painter and decorator? Apply 601 East Central avenue, or center, nice big shade trees .
If you are satisfied keep the one you I call phone 591. 116tFOR shrubbery, &c., adjourning
hare; if not, phone W. T. Entries,
No. 636. 1-20-tf RENT-Furnished for light lotto one of the best res

housekeeping, suite of large, sunny dences in city.-For sale by SPECIALSpecial
BUYERS AND SELLERSI rooms. Also two pleasant bed rooms.
Electric lights, bath, hot and cold WALTER \V. ROSE
water; private family; close in. 312
buy, sell rent, and exchange real North Main street. 12-31-6tc REAL ESTATE
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
I Rooms 18 3 Watkins Block Sale Beds at KINCAID
over 30 years. Have handled over FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for Xmas: ofJBrass _
$20,000,000. Call and see me. light housekeeping, on first, second Phone 55
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. and third floors; no objection to chil-
SNOWDEN
dren over 12 or under 1 year. 30 &
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"DIXIE LIMITED"Between 8-27-tf Lake FOR garage; RENT Lucerne.; elegantly Beautiful Jas. A.furnished dwelling Knox.; ;with on LAKE SITEFour $20.00 BED SALE PRICE $9.98Finished




SEVEN ROOM, new stucco cottage, brass satine finish.
in either polished or
one block from Eola park; com- miles from Orlando one
Jacksonville, Chicago and St. Louis mands fine view of city. Price 5500. mile from Post Office, Schools
II. C. McDaniel, phone 708.
Reestablished January 6, 1915 and Churches and Packing
We with all cash sales.Kineaid
Northbound Daily Southbound FOR RENT- -6 room house, with all House. On good road-just one give coupons ,

9:35 am Lv. Jacksonv'e Ar. 7:30 modem improvements; furnished; mile from Orlando Sandford
pm $150 season 3 months. One cottage,
5:08 pm Ar. Macon Lv.11.45 am road.
for light housekeeping $30 a month. .
8:03 pmAr. Atlanta Lv. r
12:18 am Ar. Chattan'ga Lv. 8:35 4:37 am am Room and board for couple of tour- Surrounded by fine Groves; Vir- -:::::;-
ists, $12 week.
per Inquire Cooper
4.50 am Ar. Nashville Lv.12.10am & Atha. 12-13-1m ginia Pine Timber. Excellent
9:28 am Ar. Evansville Lv.
7:30pm
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Citrus Land with water protection SnowdenLow
6:35 pm Ar. Chicago Lv.11:30 am
"
: Louis- and beautiful lake frontage
_2:5gpmAr._St. Lv.215pm FOR RENT-Rooms, with or without
board; also rooms for light house-
Solid Train CompartmentObservation keeping; several apartments from 1 Sixty Acres at
cars. Standard Pullman cars and to 4 rooms each at very reasonable Priced Furniture House.
coaches, between Jacksonville and prices. Inquire of F. L. Anderson I
Chicago. Standard Pullman sleepers 112 West Church street. Phone 459. Per Acre
Jacksonville to St. Louis.DINING 12-6-tf $20 Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida

CARS FOR RENT-Large, attractive room.
Inquire No. 8 West Washington St.

11-8-tfc Think of it and see .
Atlantic Coast Line
FOR RENT fceven room house; water ORLANDO
gas, electric lights, bath, etc.;
Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. barn, stable,chicken house; lot 100 by ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. .
200 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange ,

G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., avenue. ,--- 10-31-tf Watkins Block PHONE 504 PLUMBING CO

Tampa, Florida. FOR RENT-Small flat, modern con- ,
., veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A. i

Dr. F. F. ThompsonDENTIST Knox. 11-3-tf GORDON'S' CARRIAGEAND 26 WEST PINE STREET

NICE. LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, --
to adults only. 409 Delaney street. PHONE 122
10-25-tf BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS

PRICES ON FORD CARS
WANTED BAGGAGE TRANSFER Best Plumbing at Low- LOWER
1914 to August
115 S. Orange Ave.. over Curtis & Effective from August 1,
O'Neal's Store WANTED AUTOMOBILE-Light;' car est PricesWe 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduction T
in good condition, for cash. Wm. R. L. T. HARRELL, Prop. during that time:
Hours 8.30 a.m. to 5.30 p-m. Pennigton, tare Willola hotel. Phone are not in the combine.

".ednesdayand Saturdays till 8 pan 218. l-3-3t Piano and Furniture SLAUTER'S latest inventions usedon Touring Car $555.00

11-6-tf WANTED-Middle aged woman for Moving a Specialty all first-class Runabout 505.00 ...
house work. Apply Box H., care -
Real Estate Boughtand Sentinel. 1-5-tf 8 F.Church SI. PHONE 487 Plumbing Construction: F. 0. B. Orl..... All on fsllr 4ippe4.

will to aVU t..ltala. the raazlw.. cffictncyIm
WANTED AUTOMOBILE Lieht .rtkcr we
car ao4 the ab!... oat la .uMrthuuff
Sold.City in good condition, for cash. Wm. R. BEST SELECT- OYSTERS, 50c. QuartTheVValdeckerFishCo Mr factory mad talc vrWaetira._p rt ata if w. each mm tmtjmt .*
Cunningham;' care of Willola hotel. IM.*** or totweea the ..... date..
Phone 218. l-5-3t AM.w we reach ttt prMtactfcra. w. arre to *+T .u
the to-yer share Inm UI to fit per or (.s .r sM tA.ds.t
WE HAVE NOW READY FOR DELIVERY 1.1'15) to every retail Wyer wk. ..rc..* a MW
Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash Irish Potatoes, warrantedfree FOR FISH AND OYSTERS Pert ear totwcea Aacut 1. 1S14 sad A* wt i. nIL
and $1.00 per week buys a Lot from scab or other diseases. Phone No. 5. 206 Boone Street F.r farther particular rtr+rHmg th- Uw price a4 yr**ttharUc -
RENTS COLLECTED. Drop me a card or phone 708 and let DR. L H. RAMSOELi pUm. M4
us talk over your requirements. I OPTOMETRIST 'P. M. and W. O. COX .
Notary Work Promptly and Neatly will make it to our mutual advan- F. G. RUSH,
Done. tage. H. C. McDaniel. (SneeaMor t. Dr. G. F. :.nd..i. 10-23-tf
ORLANDO FLORIDA Phone 226

\ Now is the time to order GRIF- WE FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSES

N. P. HATCHER FING'S salesman.ROSES. W. H. Brokaw.12-16-tf AND DO ALL KINDS OF NEIL McDUFFEE

OTTCAL REPAIRINGTEN i 1-

ORLANDO,FLORIDA IF YOU ARE LOOKING for well Contractor and BuilderBungalows

\ Office at Pinehurst ParkP. rooted orange and grapefruit buds, ACRES overlooking Orlando;
O. Box 281 see H. C. McDaniel. Phone 708. all cleared; fine land; good home a Specialty TRY A WANT AD. '
I site. $2,000. H. C. McDaniel. Phone Arcade Building. Orlando
1'IIONE 105 !.081mf Get the news In the Sentinel first. 708. ;{
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EXTRA SPECIAL! AFTER NEW YEAR'S' GREAT CLEARANCE SALE EXTRA SPECIAL!


Bleached and Turkish Bath Towels
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Brown Muslin Hemmed BeavVeI bt ,, '

10 yds for At THE BIG STORE ISc quality69c.


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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. .

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Sale Starts Saturday January 2nd .


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LASTING TEN DAYS

II Hundreds of other bargains not in this advertisement I II



III Second :Floor Ready-To-'N'"ear epa trr Gnt_ ill II'w I IAll


Ladle's Coat Suits and I All Ladies' and Chidrens' Ladies' Skirts at Half Price Clearance Sale I 01Ladies j

Halt Price Coats at Half Price A
Wool Dresses- Sweaters j
$5.00 Skirts at $ 2.50
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$6.00 Skirts at $ 3.00 R J,
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$10.00 Coat Suits at ----------$ 5.00 $2.50 Coats at ---------------$ 1.25 :
$7.50 Skirts at $ 3J5 l
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$12.50 Coat Suits at ----_-----$ 6.25 $3.00 Coats at ---- -- -- -----$ 1.50 $2.50 and $2.75 Sweaters at --- 1.98 t
1
$8.00 Skirts at $ 4.00
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Coat Suits at $ 7.50 $4.00 Coats at $ 2.00 $3.00 Sweaters at $ 2.25
$15.00 ---------------
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$9.00 Skirts at $ 4.50 1
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Coat Suits at $ 9.00 $5.00 Coats at $ 2.50 $3.50 Sweaters at $J 2.89
$18.00 ---------- --------------- ------------
$10.00 Skirts at 5.00 t
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$20.00 Coat Suits at ---------$10.00 $10.00 Coats at --------_-----$ 5.00 $4.00 Sweaters at ------------$ 3.19 '
$12.00 Skirts at $ 6.00
I --------------
Coat Suits at $12.50 $12.50 Coats at $ 6.25 $5.00 Sweaters at
$25.00 ---------- -------------- ------------JJ 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
$30.00 Coat ---------- -------------- ------------$ 4.48

Suits at $17.50 $20.00 Coats at $10.00 Great Reductions in Evening Wraps, $7.50 Sweaters at
Coat --------------
$35.00 $ 5.48
--------- Evening Dresses and Silk Dresses. ------------

Suits at $20 00 $25.00 Coats at $12.50: $8.50 Sweaters at
Coat -------------
$40.00 ---------- Maraboa Neck Pieces at,Half Price ------------$ 6.48

$50.00 Coat Suits at ----------$25 00 $30.00 Coats at --------------15.00 We are showing a beautiful line in all $15.00 Sweaters at -----------$ 9.98
the latest styles, they are all listed to
Coat Suits at $30 00 $35.00 Coats at --------------$17.50 go $18.00 Sweaters at 11
$60.00 ---------- and go they will. -----------g .50

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1st Floor Dress Goods Department I 2nd Floor Juvenile Department 1st Floor Men's Department MEN'S ODD PANTS
I. CLEARANCE SALE OF BOYS
CLEARANCE SALE OF ALL WOOL: SUITS ROOF GARDEN THEATRETO CLEARANCE SALE OF MEN'S $3.00 Pants at -----------_$2.$0
DRESS GOODS SUITS $3.50 Pants at __$2.75
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$3.50 Boys Suis at _________$2.63
$4.00 Boys Suits at _________$3.00 NIGHTBison $15.00 Suits at -------____$10.75' $4.00$4.50 Pants Pants at at ----------__$3. 5
45 inch Wool Crepe $1.00 quality69c $4.50 Boys Suits at ______-__$3.38 Suits __ ---------- $375
$1.25 quality79c $18.00 at ------------- $12.75 $5.00 Pants at ----- _$3.9a
Crepe. I --
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in.Stripe --
42
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3.75
Suits at Drama
$5.00 Boys 2 Reels .
__
45 in. Gabardine $1.50 quality__ 98c $6.00 Boys Suits at ___ _____$-1.50 $20.00 Suits at ---------___$14.75 $6.00 pants at ----------$4.73
64 in. Broadcloth,$1.75 quality, $1.10 $8.00 Boys Suits at _________$6.00 "The Trail Breakers"L $22.50 Suits at ------_-_$16.75 MEN'S HATS
38 in. Crepe and Albatros 75c. _____ ___
quality ________________44c $8.50$10.00 Boys Boys Suits Suits at at ____-___$7.50 6.33 $25.00 Suits at ---------___$18.75 $1.50$2.00 Hats Hats at at-------------__$$1.15 LSQ
---
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in. Wool Taffeta 85e quality.59c
45 $12.00 Boys Suits at $9.00 $2.50 Hats at __$L75
KO OVERCOATS ----------
I 56 in. Beaver Cloaking $2.00 Comedy
puality ________________$1-29 BOYS HATS $3.00 Hats at ---------___$2. 5
$15.00 Overcoats at __$10.75. $3.50 Hats at __
"The Rural Demons"Pay ----
54 in. Camels Hair Plaids $2.00 50c and 60c Boys Hats ____-___39e -------------- $2.75
quality ________________$1-29 75c Boys Hats ___--___________49c $16.50 Overcoats at -----_*____$11.75 $4.00 Hats at -----------____$3.25
54 in. Lambs Wool Cloaking, $3.00 $1.00 Boys Hats _____________69c $18.00 Overcoats at __ MEN'S SHIRTS i
quality ____________$L93 $1.50 Boys Hats __________98e a visit to our Soda Fountain and Lunch- -- -12.75 $1.00 Shirts at _____83c
valueup ______________ $20.00 Overcoats at --_----$14.75 ------
One lot Wool Dress Goods $2.00 Boys Hats $1.48 eonette. Admission Free until 6.30 p.m. $1.50 Shirts at ____$L19
----
to $1.50, your choice for__4Sc $3.00 Boys Hats __________$1.98 Admission, Nights, Children, 5c., Adults, lOc. $22.50 Overcoats at -------_$16.75 $2.00 Shirts at --------_$L69 i


First Floor Shoe Department 3rd Floor House Furnishing Department I

Saving Sale in Foot- GROCERY DEPARTMENT.-lst FloorLOT t
Money
Clearance Sale of Blanketsand
wear for Men, Women and Children NO. 1 LOT NO.4

FOR MEN 1 Can California Peaches, value______25c 3 Cans Lye Hominy, value__________40c Comforts
SHOES 1 Can California Apricots, value______25c 2 Cans Cindarilla Peas, .value_______35c
$6.00 Shoes, C. H. Aldens, sale price$4.89 1 Can California Pears, value ______30c
$5.00 Shoes, C. H. Aldens, sale price$3.79 1 Can California Cherries, value _____30c 3 Cans Tomatoes, value ------------30c
$4.50 Shoes, A. W. & W., sale price$3.48 1 Can California Plums, value ______25c 2 Cans Corn, value.______________"__30c $1.75 COMFORTS FOR -------$ 1.39
$4.00 Shoes, C. & A., sale price --- $2.98 e ..1
$3.50 Shoes, C. & A., sale price ____$2.79 $1.35 $1.33: $2.50 COMFORTS FOR ------- 1.89
SHOES FOR LADIESTan LOT NO.2. LOT NO. 5 .11
Gun Metal, Patent and Kid 4 Cans :Montarosa Corn, value _______80c 4 lbs. Extra Fancy Peaches, value ____60c $3.25 COMFORTS FOR ------- 2.69 ..
$6 Shoes, Wichert &Gardiner, sale$4.89 4 Cans V. C. Early J. Peas, value ____60c 3 Ibs.Extra Fancy Roasted .Coffee, $1.05 $7.50 COMFORTS FOR 5,98 'I I
$5 Shoes, Wichert & Gardiner, sale$3.98 ------
$4.50 Shoes, Red Cross & Drew, sale $1.40 $1.65 $10.50 COMFORTS ...
price ______________________$3.33 LOT NO. 3 LOT NO. 6 FOR ------ 7.98
$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
$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 ---_________05c ,
value 25c $3.00 BLANKETS FOR ____ 1.98
Mothers Oats
Ladies Shoes and Oxfords, $1.00 6 packages Pearline, value __________30c 2 pkgs. --------- ---
One Lot 2 Bars Ivory Soap, value ___________10c 6 Cans V. C. Cream, small, value _____30c
{ MISSES AND CHILDRENS SHOES 1 eel. starch, value -______________-05c 2 pkgs. Shreaded Wheat, value ______30c $4.00 BLANKETS FOR ______ 2.98
One lot :Misses Shoes, sizes 2V to 6, l t
reg. $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 Shoes at1.98 $1.25- $1.40 $5.50 BLANKETS FOR ______ 4.68
One lot Childrens Shoes, sizes 11/ to 2,
at ____________________________$1.98 Your Choice of Any Lot For $1.00 $9.00 BLANKETS FOR ____ 6.49
One lot Ladies Felt Romeos and Slip-
pers,regular$1.50 and$2.00 value$1.19 : $20.00 BLANKETS FOR ----- 16.79 III



I 2nd Floor Millinery Depar't 2nd Floor Millinery al:4 f

Th YOWELL DUC.KWORTH CO Extraordinary : !

Untrimmed Hats e I :. Ladies'TrimmedBats I

Your Your choice of
choice of any
untrimmed shape 1111 '! trimmed Hat in
$$2 store value to$5.00$
value up to $8.50 up
for . . . .Orlando's I Largest Store. ,. Quality Did It. I $30.00 for . .

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l Jan.14 5.John YEAR Y r,


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year old son
one person
honored with

president of
the president

President ,-. :- ." ,.'
call upon the
soon after his lull


:. .i been a very rrIInfl .,

A THRIFTY NATION IN 1915. since they met

underwent a today.visit some a HI..i..lit! Your comfort. and prosperity forI' .

One of the great lessons that come to
this nation out of the European struggleis president has
a wonderful lesson in THRIFT.We > the boy's con-
!( I'SJ (
have come to realize as never be-
fore the importance of "providing for the :

future-"of Having a Savings being ready.Account-depositing" WINNER [1 II It Ii .1 depends upon yourself and your

often-living within one's means, most games in 1:1: [ [ I connections. I
avoiding reckless spending-these are and received

worthy habits that, sooner or later, pay Golf Expert .
excellent dividends. The contest : A savings or checking bank accountin

Open your Saving Account, cultivatethe in class A this institution is a positive step .
habit of THRIFT. One Dollar will and each play-
forward.
start you. one another. :111 11 II I I :

not play any I .

The State Bank of Orlando January October 1. I. 7.;": :-f Start now! '

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LOCAL AND PERSONAL Miss Miller Yearby, a GRAND
Ralph Yearby, has returned this evening --
Augustine to resume her over in ample ... l ..
Nicholas & Nicholas, who were in ties. to attend .,, '
.
Orlando last winter, have returned. concert at the : " Mr. A. O. Kraemer, of the D" I l' e D. __1 :

Mrs.Plant J. C.City Thompson, where she left will yesterdayfor spend Art the visitors company in, Cincinnati Orlando \ Mgr. ; : 1 : c cFROM 'i-; ."

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.
a week. .,'.;
was registered at the San =
-, Last chance to purchase Mendels- 'I' Under Section 8 ::..{:::.....:::.: ::.y-- .. :.:::.:.....::::::.:<.- :-.:.._. .. . ..... .:.: : :. _.' -' _: .::... :.-::..- .,;.::< .-::..::. : :,<:._:. ::o:_:_..: ::
Mr. O. W. Connor, the of Florida
sohn Club concert tickets at Estes'pharmacy. .
prietor of the famous Charles A. Bis-
of tax certifi- I
Nurseries at Tangerine, day of July. A. D. CONNECTICUT T. P. A. AGENT HERE SOME CHANGE:
business in Orlando yesterday.Mrs. in my office
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Stuart, of Mait- for tax deed to if 2
Said certificate
land, were in Orlando yesterday on Richard P. Marks, cribed property.sit- Included among those from Con- Mr. F. C. Brish, traveling passen- The Yowell-Duckworth r of gardenhas
a shopping expedition. been visiting her parents, .quarter to-wit,: sec: necticut arriving yesterday on the ger agent for the Chicago & North- undergone a few pleasi g changesin
range SI east-40a. Tampa Special from Bristol, were Mr. western, was among the popular the past few days. M plants
Mrs. W. M. Slemons, left
Miss Harriet Snyder, of Longwood, for her home in Jacksonville.Mr. ed at in the the date name of and Mrs. J. L. Blair and daughter, transportation people in Orlando yes- embellish the garden and ir a generalway
spent yesterday in Orlando visiting Beatrice. This is their first visit to terday. He makes his headquartersin it looks better, all o:\ which is
shall be redeemed
friends and shopping.Mrs. Orlando and they will probably re- Birmingham.
hand
V. V. Sharpe, of the will issue thereon attributed to the guiding of
1915.
A. D.
maia until spring.W. Manager Barnes. The inte or of the
Perkins & Sharpe, wholesale and seal this
W. D. Waring returned yes- the D. 1915. IMPROVING platform has been painted lack, ex-
Tampa, was among ROBINSON.
terday from a visit to relatives and Floridians spending the day Count Fla. C. T. U. MEETINGThe Miss Mildred Johnson, of Ocean cept the curtain space, whic l is painted
friends in Kissimmee. lando on business.Mr. 1.6lmo'v Grove, who has spent the last three in aluminum, thus the m> >ving pictures
first business meeting of the winters in Orlando, is slowly recov- will be concentrated and showup
Mr. C. A. Tompkins, one of the sub- and Mrs. C. II. year will be held in the ladies' parlorof ering from a serious illness. better. I
stantial citizens of Taft, was a county
rived yesterday on the the Methodist church Friday afternoon -
seat visitor yesterday.Mr. train and are guests at the January 8. All visiting BACK TO WORKL. ELK SESSIONA

for the winter. They came white ribboners in the city are cordially S. Perkins, of the interior department -
and Mrs. J. C. Palmer, were
Angeles, Cal. invited to attend. after a sojourn in Orange regular session of B. '. O. E.
in Orlando yesterday from their Win-
dermere home. I county for a few days, returned to Lodge No. 1079 will be held ursdayevening
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Subscribe for The Daily SentineL Washington, D. C., yesterday. at 7:30.
Cleveland, Ohio, wer among
.... ------- -- ---------
Mr. R. R. Murrell, one of Sanford's rivals in Orlando ,
hustling citizens, was among the bus- expect to remain in this -
iness callers in Orlando yesterday.Get til spring.


Mendelssohn Club tickets to- Mayor A. M. Bristol, of 1:
day for the concert tonight at the a county seat visitor 1T
Rosalind Club. reports things in general
Try
prosperous in Orange a \

Rhodes Messrs.returned W. E. to Beckert Orlando and yester-Carl I ern town.

day from a trip to the western part I Mr. and Mrs. W. S.
of the state. I were among the new
ing the city yesterday. SODA ,
CHOCOLATE ICE CREAM
Mr. S. J. Gore, one of the olden from Charleston, N. C., and j
citizens in eastern Orange, was ping at the San Juan. under
among the county visitors in Orlando -
yesterday. Mr. J. T. Hendricks and now run- Whipped Cream served with all Ice Creaiiand
who have been sojourning
-
- - - -
southern part of the state and we be-
past three weeks, returned Hot Chocolates at !
home in Orlando yesterday.Mr. giving as

: FOR SALE I ser-
and Mrs. Geo. C. '
rived yesterday over the in the
Coast Line from Monteagle
for their first visit to this not think
the state. They are McElroy's Pharmacy
2300 acres of unim I their stay will be indefinite.Mr. will cer

proved pine land, fine the matter. ,
and Mrs. William
truck and fruit land, big
have returned to Orlando the San
portion of it has clay spending such an enjoyable hone 20

and marl sub soi1. Situ- here last year. They did patrons. ,
north until late in the
uate on County road that the
spend their summers in
within miles of
seven N. Y. Orchestra
Orlando. !
The friends of \ 7.15 for l
many 1
54.40 an acre will buy Scruggs, one of the popular BANK ORGANIZED APRIL 16, 1906

this tract and the propo- of the Dickson-Ives 9.30 to STATEMENT OF

sition is a "cinch" as a pleased to see him at his : every

small investment. This business yesterday after ORLANDO BANK & TRUST COMPANYAt
passed through quite a Sunday
price is for quick sale. which confined him to his
close of business December 31, 1914. Condensed from report to the
Gore 8 o'clock
avenue.
If you want this land Comptroller.

call on Mr. and Mrs. Geo: A. RESOURCES LIABILITIESLoans
among the winter visitors
journing in the City Beaut and Discounts ________$414,569.17 Capital Stock _____________$100,000.00

will a little later in the Overdrafts -------------- 1,102.37 Surplus and Undivided Profits 38,039.10
a trip to Fort Myers, Stocks and Bonds _________: 26,018.33
S.G.Dolive&Son and Bills Payable -------------- 60,500.00
Furniture
points of interest in the Real Estate,
of the state. They will Fixtures _____________ 41,614.41 Due to Banks ______________ 494.43
their visit to spend the Cash on Hand and Due from DEPOSITS$457,228.63
REAL ESTATENo. the seasons.MANUFACTURE Banks _______________ 172,957.88

3 WEST PINE STREET
all classes $656,262.16 $656,262.16
Second Floor goods; prices reasonable
first class. Call and see ; .,
,I Garland street. a

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