Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00451
 Material Information
Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: January 7, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00451
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
lccn - sn 96027193
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Indicate That Teu- .
tons Are Weakening FAIR Many Clerks to Be Promoted- LAREDO I NI-CASE ALL NATURALIZED BRITISH

Along the Line Compensation for Sundaysin SUBJECTS BUT PLAY

Paris Jan. .-There is general WILL EMBRACE All INTERESTSEvery December Allowed May Be SIXTEEN CARS OF DYING SOLDIERS Hazed Student at Purdue Uni- TREASON II

fighting along the French front from versity Will Tell Court the

the Belgian frontier to the vicinity of One Will Be Urged to Postmaster I.IcLean has receivedthe Following Bloody Battle at Story of a Brutal ACCUSED OF AIDING GERMANS
Altkirch and from the announce following)) brief communicationfrom
ments given out by the war office the t Participate-J. F. Watkinsto Washington: Puebla Many Die-To Lay Initiation

allied forces are more than holding I Be in General I "The house has adopted the following Siege to Vera CruzIs Lafayette, Ind., Jan. 6.-Mabel Rogers Incriminating Letters Were Discovered
their own. Nowhere have any re- provisions: in Their Homes- 4
ChargeThe Report of Shoals Ind., a former Purdue
verses been reported. I I "For the promotion of 75; per cent. University "co-ed./* will tell the court Helped Fellows to the I

In Flanders the Germans are striking officers of the Subtropical Midwinter i'i'i 'of the clerks in first class offices from Laredo, Texas, Jan. 6.-Four hun- the story of how she was hazed by United States 1 1I
desperately to prevent further eleven to twelve hundred dollars and
i Fair met yesterday morningand dred wealthy Mexican from her sister students in Ladies' Hall at
refugees -
gains by the allies, as they are bomI I i from ten to eleven hundred dollars in the I I
Saltillo arrived in Neuvo Laredo : college one night last Janual"). Winnipeg Jan. 6. Three
agreed to make the civic parade i j on Germans
barding the German positions with second class offices.
1 the feature of the fair. a special train today and report all Judge Vinton, of the Tippecanoe I I all naturalized British subjects, were
the heaviest available artillery. King approaching j! "The house adopted the provision
residents at Saltillo who county superior court set a trial by I{I arrested here today two of them be-
Albert of is directing James F. Watkins :,'that time for get
Belgium personally was elected to take compensatory Sunday for March
away are fleeing in panic as a resultof jury 8, and promised one ing charged with'\ treason and may be
the return fire of the allied the initiative in for this !'! service during the month of December of the I
arranging the report that Villa is about to most sensational cases ever I I I shot. They are accused of aiding
I in be allowed dur-
artillery. i i any year may
affair and will to' tried in this state. Miss Rogers in'
i immediately start capture the town. Germans and Austrians in crossing
The cannonading is heaviest in the | ing the month of January next suc- her suit j: :
asked i
enlist the services of all manufacturers ' $10,000 damages I III j I into the United States. Incriminating -
section' about Zillebeck near Ypres. ceeding.
| The defendants
number and
business men, merchants social i! "The house the Many Dying Soldiers seven letters were found in their
Two attacks by the Germans southeast adopted provisionthat from Indiana j
are prominent and Ohio'families
'I' homes.
of St. Georges and in the region 'i, and agricultural interests in an effort postoffice clerks may be transferred Washington Jan. 6.-Many conflicting I II The complainant maintains !j

of Opens were repulsed with heavy I'I to make this year's parade the biggest 1 'with their consent' to the rail- reports have reached Washington i in her complaint that the defendants I THREE SPEEDERS FINED

loss to the attacking forces. 'I and best ever held. way mail service and hold their at- today regarding developmentsin i entered her room while she was ;>

There has been heavy fighting in I j i No effort will be spared by the tained salaries. Mexico. I 'her J
I studying tore clothing, stuck her j W. H. Wright, Bunch, and
the Argonne region where the French (. committee to make the civic parade': "Yesterday the house defeated, bya Sixteen cars of wounded and dying with pins, painted her with red ink, ;'(Conrad Hyde all Richard arrested by Officer
also their al- i 1 I vote of 67 to amendment soldiers of the Carranza I
proved superiority par excellent, and as many as will 6-1. a proposed army were I and threw her in a bath tub of cold Peel for the
i exceeding speed limit
though the troops were hampered ;t I participate are urged.to communicate i j to restore to the bill the assistant brought into Vera Cruz Monday and water. She further alleges that her j|I were fined $10 and costs in police

greatly by bad weather all the way |:' with Mr. Watkins at once. Both Mr. 1: postmasters. Today on a roll call Tuesday after a bloody battle near sight was impaired by the hazing and |court, yesterday. Carroll Robinson

from Argonne to Vosges and in these I I' Dickson president of the fair and vote the house again refused to restore Puebla. that she received injuries that will'\ j I arrested by Officer Collins and Hen-
places where the mud is too deep for Mr. O'Neal secretary as well as the them by a vote of 151 to 68. Another message said that "the cause her trouble for life.UIPROVIG. I
rapid maneuvering the opposing lines j I I other officials are anxious to open ', The proposition to re-classify the sal- city of Puebla is reported to have ry Nelson arrested by Officer Denton -

have settled down to a long drawn I I|I the fair with a monster pageant em- I I aries of postmasters went out on a been retaken by the constituionalist were discharged.

out artillery duel. bracing all interests. The secretaryhas "point of order" leaving their salaries army January 5."
Dense and heavy fogs along the received a quantity of pennants as they now are. The constitutionalists' headquarters R. P. Foley manager of the New
front add to the general discomfort which may be secured at his office. announces that General Obregon is Seminole hotel at Winter Park who Mr. and Mrs. Pead Mr. and Mrs.

but make it possible for those in the ; These may be used in decorating the FROM ELGIN ILL. marching to attack Mexico City while underwent an arterial transfusion op- i Brumley, and Miss Bell Eichner mo-

trenches to move more ase there is floats and automobiles. the official view appears to be that : eration Sunday continues to improve. tored to Orlando yesterday .in Mr.
less danger from sharpshooters. i Mrs W. W. Sherwin a veteran Villa was successful in fighting near I I Brumley's Studebaker car from Chu-
winter visitor to Orlando has I '[ luota. Miss Eichner is the guest of
returned Puebla and that his forces will follow -
LARGE AMOUNTThe and will be located at the San I I Mrs. Brumley at Chuluota Inn.
ORANGES FROM ALABAMA the Carranzistas to a siege ofVera AND THE DOG CAME BACK
Juan as usual. Mrs. Sherwin is from Cruz.Secretary. i I!
total shipments of citrus fruits Elgin III., and her many friends in Bryan said today he has I i New Florida and Orlando postcards

through the Jacksonville gateway up Dr. P. Phillips Receives Box of this city join in welcoming her back. information that General Iturbide Chauffeur Finds Dog and All (I and booklets, late magazines daily

to last Saturday was 8,640 cars, orI I I Satsuma Oranges From I She will be joined Saturday by her who saved the lives of many Ameri- Unwittingly Tries to Force j, papers. Curtis & O'Neal, Orange

about 3,000,000 boxes. I Mobile, Ala.-Are I sister Mrs. L. B. Hamlin, who for a cans and English at Mexico City dur- Sale Upon Its Origi-

; Splendid number of years resided with her ing the recent rioting is now in the I i i PROSPEROUSCONOITIONI
family at their home on the corner of United StatesThe nal Owner
PEN PUSHERS TO MEET Orange avenue and Jackson street. Mexican national conventionhas -
I It would be about the same for par- The chauffeurs of this city are telling -
t ties in Orlando to ship coal to Norfolk FROM decided to admit as members of a pretty fair story on a brother I I -
I for Dr. P. Phil- BIRMINGHAMMr. that body "all civil authorities repre- Home of Lucerne Circle and
Va. it
Sanford Will Entertain Large as was worker and an owner of a garage. It
J I lips to be the recipient of a box of senting military chiefs or governorsof New South Enjoying Brisk
Gathering of Newspaper-i and Mrs. J. W. Wettlaufer states." seems that the owner has a small
j Satsuma oranges from a friend in dog and for the past three days it has Business-Visited Dailyby
were arrivals
among from Birmingham The .
men on Friday This j Ala. war department had not up toa
. Mobile
been from its usual home the
Ala. away ManyA
tonight received
Week of the report
Mr. McDermott president
J garage. Yesterday a chauffeur while
the Atlantic Coast Line. They from
General Scott whether or not he
First National Bank of that city will be in Orlando for the remainderof had walking along Orange avenue noticeda tour through the Curry &: Smith
been able I
to settle the
On January 8, Sanford will enter- box and note neutrality
sent Dr. Phillips a a
dog following him and, after
shows that
I the month and perhaps longer. question at Naco. : cigar factory enterprising
tain the newspaper men of the Lake telling Orange county's largest grower ting the animal for a few moments j cigar factory to be in a prosperous

Region Association of the South Florida i l of citrus fruit that they had planted ', walked away. condition with all the force working
Association and the executive |' about ten thousand acres in Baldwin !DAN CUPID WAS BUSYCarrier THREE BOMBS MAKE HERO The dog evidently liked the new (and large orders awaiting shipment.Mr. .

committee of the Florida Press As- I I county, that state and expected found friend and refused to leave his { Curry believes' business for 1915

great results. presence. Taking the dog to the gar- will be astonishing and has no doubt
sociation. On account of the better I Ioffice Phillips has the oranges at his of Quill Shot Twenty- War Horror Makes Heroes i age he offered to sell it to the proprietor I I i that the prestige of the Lucerne Circle -
train connections in the afternoon the( { on Pine street. That they look and much to his discomfiture South
three Couples for Decem- : and New will be firmly established -
When Bombs Kill
South Florida Press Association will { and taste fine goes without saying. Many found that the dog belonged to the I in many new cities and.com'munities -
ber-Only Two This
hold their meetings in the evening. i German Troops-Cruel proposed buyer. in all parts of ttj? country.

The Lake Region will meet at 2 p. m. I j I ACCIDENT: IN SAN FRANCISCO MonthThe Sidelight of War The cigars have been on the chauf- j The factory is visited daily b).:. a great

if possible. The executive committee '[, San Francisco Jan. 6.-Seven persons I I feur ever since and the dog is back at many eager-eyed people who desire

will meet at 3 p. m. or later in..1 were injured probably fatally, high mark for the number of Paris, Jan. .-With three bombshe its old domicile.W. to see the process of cigar making.

the evening. At four the citizens of I and four others less seriously hurt today marriage: licenses issued by County made himself an officer of engi- I

Sanford want to take the newspapermen .(I when an elevator plunged from I Judge Martin for any single month neers of the British army has just R. C. MEETING I FORMOSA GUEST
ride the the California Pacific during the past year was reached dur- performed an exploit worthy of
a over celery fields i the eighth floor of -
and a 6 they will have dinner at one i building to the basement. The ing the month of December when chronicling. He crept up to the Ger- I
twenty-three couples applied to him man trenches and killed fifteen Germans The annual meet.ng of the Wo- Mrs Katherine Frink, of St. Louis
of the hotels the guests of the San- accident, which was the result of
for the necessary documents to make besides destroying a machine man's Relief Corps will be held at the is spending a few weeks with Mr.
ford Commercial Club. The complete : a broken cable occurred shortly after
them man and wife. There were six- home of Mrs Sperry Thursday afternoon and Mrs C. A. Dudley of Formosa ..
program has not been arranged as i 12 o'clock when the big office build- .
teen white couples and seven colored.So gun.This January 7, at 3 o'clock. Mrs Dudley being Mrs. Frink'u
yet but will be sent to the members; 'I ing was pouring out its noonday sapper was stationed at a
far this month only two have been Miss Canfield ter. sis'j
on Wednesday. crowd. I point of the battle line where the secretary. 'j
caught in Cupid's coils. -
British and German trenches are near
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BOATS ARRIVINGFive to each other. He fitted up a labora- Severe Storm Wrought Much

For Real Farmers Cast Your, car loads of boats, to be en- tory in a farm house in which he was

f'; Eyes On Orange County Men''' urday tered in of the next regatta week, arrived Friday in and Miami Sat- decided quartered ufacture to hand and test here personally.grenades.he began These to man-he Damage Yesterday AfternoonThe

I yesterday and last night and the remainder -
of A few dozen yards before the first
i will be here within
intensity of the storm last night that raged in Georgia South Carolina -
That Orlando does big things on Early next spring Mr. Sligh will begrowing the next two or three days Tuning British,line was a German trench in
I North Carolina Alabama, and other states north is shown by the
,, small noise is evidenced by the fact the big red tomato for mar- I up will begin: in earnest now, as which was posed a machine gun that Union
received the Western :
by manager
that one of the largest potato patchesin I ket by the car load again. "Baby Reliance V.," "Baby Speed De- had killed many English.The message STORM BULLETIN e
What Florida really needs is more I mon II.," "Baby Shadow" and ")IiI trench was cleverly built in .
the state lies just outside the city of the Sligh men who will producethe I ami" all of the hydroplane class are sections, so that the British could not -Manager W. U. T., Orlando Fla :-All wires down to Savannah, Atlanta -

limits on the southwest. goods instead of telling somebodyelse being unloaded today. These boats capture one point and then fire down Macon Augusta and Thomas ville. :North East and West alt off

Here on the old fair grounds S. J. to do it. are among the fastest in the world. the trench. It was like a row of old 1 from communication absolutely and we see no prospects of press tonight.

Sligh has an eighty acre potato patch Again the Reeves farm near Pine I"Baby Speed Demon II." was the winner fashioned church pews each pew say Should we recover a wire will advise you.-Traffic Chief." t

planted and it is a safe bet that he Castle is a sample of real farming.Mr. I of the gold cup and all of the six yards long with about five Ger- Similar damage befell the Postal Telegraph company bat at a late

will be shipping new potatoes north Reeves produces more of the real I I American championships during: 1914 mans in it. The machine gun was hour repairs were made on the lin es north of Jacksonville and the war

while New England and New Yorkare necessities of life on his little farm I Commodore Blackton will drive"Baby posted in a pew so situated that it news and press service was dispatch ed over the Postal lines as special

yet ice bound. than the average farmer north of the I Reliance V." and Robert Edgren win colud sweep the whole front for a courtesy to the Western Union.

Mr. Sligh is some farmer thoughhe Ohio river and keeps,his place up in handle "Speed Demon II." He was long distance. Before it was a shield The heavy and sweeping rain sotrm which assailed Orlando last evening
doesn't look it. He does not make shape while he is doing it. I I quite successful during the year 191- and a parapet. being one of the most severe of the winter season was the result of the

speeches at farmers' clubs and com- Give the farmers of Orange county' in drivign this boat and is of consid- The British officer selected a time heavy storm that swept the North and East Atlantic Sates yesterday afternoon -

mercial meetings, but he produces thegoods all the encouragement they are enti- erable prominence in this line. The when it was quite dark and crawled causing much damage in the storm belt.
and this is what counts. tled to; give them a fair home mar- other two are new and of unknown carefully to within about a dozen ------ -

< Big hay stacks like you see in the ket; secure for them a fair and rea- speed ability but information from yards of the machine gun's position. ATTEND" EPISCOPAL MEETINGCol. FROM WINTER GARDEN

hay sections of the north cribs of sonable shipping rate for their products the buliders, based on tests, assure He carried one of his home made and Mrs S. H. Alleman leave )Ir. W. L. Story one of the oldest

(1 corn and green forage crop scientif- and you will have done some that they are speedy and should give bombs in each side pocket and an- today for Miami to attend the Episcopal and most substantial citizens of Win-

ically cultivated give his place the ap- real service in the promotion of bet- l I I good accounts of themselves.Miam other in his hand. He hurled the first convention which meets tomor- ter Garden was a visitor to the coon-

pearance of a real farm. ..ter farming. J I Metropolis right in next the machine gun. row in the Magic City. t ty seat yesterday on business.

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FLORIDA ORANGES IN SEATTLEThe HEALTH AND BEAUTYThe Up to date pai.uinfc, papering, etc., Don't wait for every one in town to
is the kind you want. Where to get have Entrican the painter, before
first car load of Florida or- tall woman may lessen her I it? That's easy, phone 636. W. 1. you try. Am too busy> to look you
anges to be brought in this season height with tucks, the short woman I' Entrican. uv. Phone 636, and I will be on the
The Construction of New Air- Czar Invited Japs to Serve in' 1-20-tf j jco. 1-20-tf
were offered by Smith & Bloxom this may lengthen hers with plaits.
morning at $4, and the quality was -oTo craft Is a M-stery-\lay: Armj-Nippon Soldiers

uniformly superior, says the Post-In- remove tincture of iodine stains : Operate From Basesin Delivered Guns at
telligencer, in a recent issue. While from your skin or clothing strong I Belgium Russian Front : OUR NEW PENNANTS.

the color is not as high as that of the ammonia water is excellent. Tokio, Jan. 4.-The fact that Jap- *K.
California fruit, it was evenly distributed -oIt anese soldiers went to the Russian
London, Jan. 24.-The Chronicle's Have you noticed them in the Pine street
The pulp and the outer skin is claimed that tea boiled with frontier some time ago to deliver
correspondent at Basel, Switzerland, .
are separated by only an eighth of an water and strained is a mild astrin- telegraphs that only time can solve guns and ammunition purchased in !\ window? They are not made of cheap cotton
inch and the juices are rich. The gent lotion for lessening hair falling.
Japan and that an authorization
by j
the mystery of the giant airships of shoddy with the letters pasted on. Every n-
fruit comes principally as an experiment - Germany and their non-activity com- Emperor Nicholas for Japanese to I j p
t. but with the only competitionin Curlers of any description are none bined with the German boasts. Eachof serve in the Russian army was gazetted -'nant we sell is of the highest grade wool felt
northern California navels, it is be- too good for the hair, but the kinds recently in Harbin is advanced '
the improved air vessels costs with felt letters stitched
lieved it will be a good seller for the where the hot iron does not come in roughly $500,000. Then there must here as apossible explanation of the on with silk.If .
Christmas trade. Japanese contact with the hair itself are best.
oranges report in circulation that a Japanese
be added salaries of the
250 to 300 was any way to make a better
somewhat but Then the kid where iron
have become scarce ones no at army was on the way to Europe.
who work
men now day and night on
avenue jobbers can furnish enough to all is used is better stilL I the construction of the superZeppelins. pennant we should have them. New, original
reach for the holiday demand. Pricesare I -o- I FOR SALE

steady at 60 to 75 cents for the Fasten a piece of tape or string to The. correspondent asks why so No. 1. One hundred acres, locatedon designs of great beauty. j jW.
half lemon box. Southern navels will r the end of your scrubbing brush, so lake front one mile from city limits -
troops are quartered in Fried-
begin coming next week.ApopkaNews. that when finished with it can be many ; six hundred bearing fruit trees; S. BRANCH
richshafen to protect the Zeppelin house and outbuildings. $8,000 ,
hung up and allowed to drain, insteadof ;
sheds where the balloons are making. easy terms. The Arcade Book and Music Store
water soaking into the back
Why, he asks, are antiaeroplaneguns No. 2. Forty acres virgin pine tim-
WHITE VELVET BAGS and losening the bristles and making ber land, on south side of lake front,
mounted all the ?
upon heights
them soft. three-fourths mile from railroad sta-
So far, the correspondent says, tion. $1,000.No. .
One of the novelties in bags is a
PALACE OF PEACE none of the improved Zeppelins have 3. Seventy-five acres, on lake -
white velvet, hand painted opera bag. been used. Those that have done front one-half mile from Forest City;
The bags are about nine inches six acres bearing orange grove; good The arketOF
and the painting is of a floral Paris, Jan. 4.-A special corre- raiding and reconnoitering work in eight room house. $4,500; terms.
square spondent of Le Journal, on a tour Poland and France are of old type. No. 4. Twenty acres, four miles
design. Embroidery may be used instead through Holland, describes in that The unknown destination of these from the city, on lake front; twelve CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
of painting and may be more in acres bearing orange grove; orange I
balloons is of the OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE
paper a visit to the Palace of Peace : new part mystery.
accord with the work of the woman crop recently sold two thousand three
at The Hague, on photographs of.. There is talk of a great air base near hundred boxes. Three hundred boxesof I FRESH AND SALT MEATS
who delights in dainty needlework.
which, he says, the Dutch are now i Hamburg or Namur or Antwerp or grapefruit now on trees. $6,500; Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
lined with
When these bags are a
writing, "For sale or for rent, owingto Brussels or other towns hundreds of terms.
delicate shade of lavender, pink, blue miles No. 5. Lot 70x190 feet, on brick Everything screened away from the flies and kept fresh
or green, to suit one's individual bankruptcy. apart.W. street; high class neighborhood. and pure.
The correspondent failed to find .
taste, they are charming, and are a We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
the curator of the Peace Palace, but 6. Thirty acres near hard sur-
convenience that most women will ap was received by the latter's secretary, C. T. U. NOTES face road; one mile from railroad everything in the Meat Liner
preciate. station, on lake front; four acres
correctly dressed in evening clothes "December 22, 1914, will stand out budded grove; six hundred boxes of
and white gloves. fruit; one hundred and fifty thousand I H. jVdC. Self & Co.
in thedawn of
history a new en
Why is it that some one or some feet virgin pine timber. $3,000. '
agency seems so determined to get LUNCHEON CAKE for our beloved land has been usheredin. J. E. CRAWFORD, PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
poor old Franz Joseph out of the ." So says Mrs. Margaret Dye Office, Orland Hotel..

way? He has been reported dead Two eggs, one cup of sugar, one- Ellis, national superintendent (W. C. I 1-3- "no*

and dying a number of times, and at half cup butter, one-half cup of wa- T. U.) of legislation. The daily pressin ., --
least the majority of these reportswere ter, two cups flour, one teaspoon of staring headlines declared: "A big
without foundation.-Fort My- cream of tartar, one-half teaspoon of defeat for the dry amendment," but
ers Press. soda; flavor to taste. with songs in our hearts we could
truthfully respond: "Not a defeat,
thank God, but a glorious victory."

-.... .. I1I ... .-M-M And why do we say this? It is the .

first time in the history of our republic B Beill tile N Year Ribt

I REAL STAT' prohibition that has the been question discussed of national upon w [

the floor of either branch of con-

In view of the fact that the first

f effort showed a clean majority of i
eight, exculsive of the pairs, with the
; We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.. president and the secretary of state Cook and Heat

against us, with Mr. Underwood, the
If you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call leader of the Democratic side of the .

I house, Mr. Mann, the leader of the
talk your wishes over with us.
Republican side, and Mr. Henry,

The manager of this firm has had years of experience chairman of the rules committee, all WITH
against us, and the further fact thatno
dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a member of the present congresswas

I elected on this issue, surely was
million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last no defeat. The friends of the meas-

ure will no longer be fighting in the
two years. dark; for the first time the battle line

I We are well posted on the value of all classes and is fairly drawn. I
Voting for the amendment from GASt

kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all Clark.Florida: Caraway, Carr, Carter and

1 bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real Pairs: L'Engle (Florida) with

J Estate Bargains.I Doughton (N. C.) and Small (N. C.).
Absent and not voting: Wilson,

Ashbrook and Calder, Florida. :
t The final vote: After a few amend-
Tlieu You'll 1m
ments had been presented and voted n Sllrely Happy y .

f down, the final vote was taken, each
I WARING REAL ESTATE COMPANY man answering to his name when the
roll was called. The vote resulted in

197 in favor of the Hobson resolution,
R. D. WARING, Manager and 189 against, 41 not voting. Ten
J.t that were paired would have voted
Rooms and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115tf favorable. We shall probably go
right on with the amendment in the

... .. ..... "TtflliiililHIHIIIillilllliiiiiiiiHammond . THE RAGTIME MUSETo

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.r-LIi Understand Is to SympathizeShe GAS DEPARTMENT
t - came with bright and tender
r smile
E To meet him at the door,
And in her hands she held the while !
t ti &Gore His hands for minutes four. :=

FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBAIMERS. Into That his all eyes man's she sent being the stirs glance; Estate

i REAL VALUES LOW PRICES This was old because time flame he'd of been hers.by chanceAn Florida a Real E & Ilivestlileilt C CL

The old time flame thought it was

COMPARE But up grand her; husband got Capital $50,000. Fully Paid Up.A
And took a table leg in hand
And smote him on the spot! "
I OUR FURNITURE incorporated In Florida; Therefore Under State Control
E Upon the dead man's marble brow ,
I We provide the quality of furniture that has long He gazed and laughed in glee;

i been accepted by knowing furniture buyers: as the "These Are pleasant small domestic as can chores be." I vow, LL propositions offered by this Corporation are exclusivelylisted

standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It A time also be
with us at the same can bought through'the
wouldn't here were it otherwise. We can't make This merely shows if husbands kindA ,
this point too clear-it'is one of foundation stones milder course pursue, purchasers Agent, as we need not to secret our proposalsfor

of this business, and that means much to any buyer. How Some hard things the married they have martyrs to do! find anybody, the deal has to be closed at our office. This means

s protection for the seller as well for the buyer. With our Bank

McNHLL:& DAVIS BLOCK, GOOD IDEA Guarantee furnished to the purchaser, if requested. Having confidence -

k .1 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SI.. Orlando, Fla. Every man, says an unknown writer to all our offerings, we advance 75 per cent of the pur-
should have a graveyard of his
J six cent. interest, even on unimproved land. We
.. own. In it he should bury all of his chase price at per
B4. mean thoughts, his hatreds, his ani- hold today over one million dollars of properties in city lots, city

mosities, and evil aspirations; and and country homes orange groves and uncultivated lands. Our
bury the dmeep so that there can be
NTIC OSCEOLASTEAM no resurrection. If you hear a bit of books open to all investors, if such inducements will appeal to you

malicious gossip-bury it deep. If -take the trouble to climb up one fligh of stairs over the Peoples
you have been nursing a feeling of
\ National Bank and consult.
HEAT THROUGHOUT hatred toward somebody for years

Magnolia and Robinson Ave J. IV. BURLEY Manager bury filled it.your And graveyard when you with have the finally worst HENRY BENEDICT, PresidentOffice

that was in you-you will find the

world and all that goes to make it National Bank. Phone 570 It
over Peoples
c TRY A WANT AD. a much better place than ever before.

Modern Woodman. "

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CITRUS FRUITTrees From Taft Fla.
Uneeda Biscuit! :
__ I II Senator Works of California DCridccl GR t\ND

Taft, Fla., Jan. 5.-:\..r. I II Nourishment fla- f II! I Doctors in Speech:

that have been grown by andIrs'l : vorpurity.rispnessvtolescneness. f ASS iils Public Health
A. L. Wright who have I :

expert and experienced nurserymen lando for the past lew months, Mr. All I Service .

NPeach for 5 cents, in the TODAY
Wright having a position there as' Washington, Jan. o.-Asaiing the

, surveyor, have returned to Taft for moistureproofpackage.GRAHAM I United States public health se- 'ice as

their residence again, although Mr. an instrument of tyranny over the

Trees, Florida grown, Wright is still employed in Orlando. people, and demanding that every citizen -

budded onPASCO They have as guests Mr. Wright's be privileged to exercise' his own "Seed and the Harvest "

parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wright. belief or conscience as to the mannerof ,

PLUM STOCKWe and their granddaughter, Dorothy, I preserving his own health, Senator
I A Kalem feature
from Winchester, Ind., for the winterat Works of California defended Chris- special complete m two parts.
least. Orlando looked fairly well tian Science and derided the doctorsin

but did not quite fill the bill for them, a speech to the senate today. He

guarantee every tree we but they were so well pleased with J- quoted statistics to prove that the "Jinks and the Barber "

ship to be first-class nursery Taft that they probably will settle Y F- federal government now spends more ,

here as permanent residents. Everybody than $20,1)00,000) annually on the pub-
stock, true to name and if prop- A Lubin Comedy.
that stops here seems to have lic health service. Only one schoolof

erly set we guarantee every the same idea. With everything medicine or mode of healing, he

booming, how they think other- CRACKERSA explained tolerated.
tree to grow or to replace same can was
wise? If the state should be dividedwe Senator Works declared that the LEAH BAIRD

'. without cost. think the capital of South Florida, food for every day. bill proposing to reserve to the gov-

or whatever it is named, will be located Crisp, delicious and ernment all radium-bearing lands was and

in Taft. strengthening. Fresh in effect a governmen tendorsementof

If you are looking for first- The sad news was received here baked and fresh delivered radium as a cure for cancer, whenas WILLIAM H. UMPHREYIn

last Saturday of the death of Miss zo cents. a matter of fact the doctors them-
stock do not fail
nursery Frances E. Ellison the eldest daughter selves were far from agreed as to the Vitagraph Drama

to send for our latest catalog, of :Mr.: and Mrs. A. C. Ellison, whether radium was of any value for

who died at their residence on Tan- the treatment of cancer. He read a "
which is yours for the asking. "His Dominant Passion.
ner Lake Saturday morning. Manyof series of extracts from medical jour-

us did not know that she was ill, nals to prove that eminent medical;

The Thomas NurseriesBruen as she was sick but a few days, and authorities were abandoning the radium -

the news came as a shock to the cure theol')'. HEAR

whole community. Miss Ellison was

Webb Building 18 years of age, in apparently robust MANY CHICKENS "

health.. She was a general favorite "

TAMPA - FLORIDA with all of our people and we will There are more than 200,000,000 THAT" 1 0 RCHfSTRA.

miss her pleasant' smiles and friendly chickens 5,000,000 in the turkeys United and States.almost Thereare 10.-

greetings. Funeral services were con-

ducted by Rev. R. J. Brewer last Sun- SNAPA ((jNS 000,000 geese and ducks. Any time _
think the poultry business i"
day, at East Lake cemetery, where you
A Beautiful
rather "small potatoes" just think of
she was laid at rest. She is survivedby A delightful new biscuit -

her parents and two younger sis- with a rich and the figures, and remember that the 5c lOc
total value of all these fowls is better -
ters to mourn their great loss. The delicious cocoanut fla
than $125,000,000. You might re
PLACE CHEAP deep sympathy of the entire commu- and
vor. Crisp always
member also that a good hen that
nity goes out to the bereaved family,
fresh zo cents. makes a early profit of 75 cents ora
and may they say in their sorrow: I
dollar is doing better than anyone TOMORROW
God knows best, His will be done.
of thousands of scrub cows that are
1-4 of mile outside Last Monday evening a very pleas-
, kept at a loss.NOTICE JESSE L. LASKY PresntsH.
ant social and "camp fire" was held

city limits. 11 acres by the invitation of Mr. McKain at --

his large hall on Third street. A re- FOR PUBLICATION

of good bearing ception and welcome was given to Wherew. the Legislature of the State of B. WARNER

Mr. C. H. Wright and family, who re- Florida, for the year 1913. did create the
County of Seminole out of the northern portion -
grove----beautiful cently came from Indiana. The hall i ; of the County of Orange thereby materially -IN-

was well filled and the time passed reducing the boundaries of said County
lake Five of Orange: and.
frontage. pleasantly with music, speeches, reminiscences Where at this the regular meeting of the "The Ghost Breaker "
County Board of Public Instruction of Orange 1
Buy biscuit
singing the old war songs, by County. Florida in the month of July. 1914.it ,
room cottage, hard- etc. An amusing feature was that is desired to change the boundaries of the
NATIONAL BISCUIT County School Board Districts so as to placein A PARAMOUNT\ PRODUCTION IN FIVE PARTS. I
nearly every one called on to speak each district as nearly as practicable the
number of qualified voters, the lines of said
would preface their remarks with the COMPANY districts to be drawn BO as to place each Election -
1 1c
statement that they were not a public District wholly within one or anotherof _____ -
said County School Board Districts: J
speaker, could not make a speech, etc., Always look for that Name Now, therefore be it resolved by the Coun- 1

and then launch out in a speech that ty Board of Public Instruction of Orange
County. Florida that the boundaries of the
would make W. J. Bryan green with three County School Board Districts in Orange
County. Florida, be and they are hereby THE OLD RELIABLE
envy. Mr. McKain was given a rous- determined and fixed as follows: I

Colonial Hills Attractiveness ing vote of thanks for the entertain- lETIER DESCRIBES MISERY County School Board District N.. 1 I
Beginning at the northeast corner of section
ment, and after all joined in singing 15 township 22, south of range 30 east, and DANN'S TRANSFERDr.
Is Attracting Attention. "God be with you till we meet again," run thence west to the northwest corner of
the northeast quarter of section 15. township
all went home well pleased with an Poor French Woman at Soissons 22 south of range 29 east hence south to
the southwest corner of the southeast quarter B. D. WIENENfJA, Prop. t
evening well spent. Writes of Deadly Effectof of section 15 township 22 south of range 29 ,
Our young (and old!) people helda east, thence west to the northwest corner of i
Big Guns of the
section 19. township 22, south of range 29
New Year's dance at the McKnighthall Germans east; thence south to the southwest corner of and
CARL DANN Livery Draying HaulingWE 1
which was another enjoyable af- east section: thence 7. township east to 23 the south southeast of corner range 29 of ,

fair. It is surprising how this Flor- section 12, township 23, south of range 29
Edinburg, Scotland, Jan. 5.-A let- : east; thence north to the northeast corner of
ida air affects old people, making section 1. township 23. south of range 29
ter has just been received here froma
them east; thence east to the southeast corner of
young again. Some of our old GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
French woman whose home is in : section 34. township 22 south of range 30;
timers, 70 years of age were on the thence north to the place of beginning.
t Soissans, long one of the hotly con Containing the following Election Districts.
floor as lively and nimble as if boys I
One and Two.County
tested points on the French battle
and and all School Board District N. 2
girls again, to appear-
front. She describes to her Scotch Beginning at the northwest corner of the AUTO AUTO BUS ANDBTRUCK
Flavoring ExtractsVanilla ance about as foolish! southeast quarter of section 15 township 22. ,
friend the of the
misery inhabitantsof
Mr. C. II. Nelson and Mrs. A. I south of range 29 east; thence run north tonortb..est
the city. The Germans, it seems, corner of the northeast quarter of
Franklin were in Orlando Monday. section 10. township 22 south of range 29; Ten Solicited
were drive nout, but not beyond the thence east to the northeast corner of sec Country Driving for Eight or
John Hill, A. M. Bristol, G. K.
tion 10. township 22 south of range 29 east;
of their
big The French
Thomas and C. A. Tompkins trans- range guns. thence north to the northeast corner of sec
woman did not desert her home. She : tion 27, township 21. south of range 29 east; HORSES FOR SALE
acted business at the county seat on thence west to the northwest corner of section
Tuesday.Our says: I 30. township 21, south of range 29 east;
Lemon "We have to remain in our house, thence north to the northeast corner of sec 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
new jail is nearing completion. tion 36. township 20, south of range 28 east;
Banana for we really could not bring our- thence northeasterly along Wekiva river to
Hoboes beware! the north line of Orange County; thence west
selves to leave it and all
posses- the northwest of Orange County
Mr. J. H. Tice is on the sick list.J. to corner ;
Pineapple sions, although most of the inhab- thence south to the southwest corner of Or- -
S. Barklow, who was taken to ange County; thence east to the southeast
itants have left the town. of section south of
StrawberryWe corner 36 township 24. --
the hospital for is do- ---
an operation, --
range 28 east thence north to the north-
"For three months the bombard
for ing nicely and is expected home soon. west corner of section 19. township 22, south
are headquarters ment of the town has continued, of range 29 east thence east to the southeast
extracts of all kinds and have Recent guests at the Nelson House: sometimes for days and nights with- corner of the southwest quarter of see- WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver
J. R. Henderson Grand Mich. tin: 15, township 22, south of range 29 east:
several of the best brands. ; out ceasing, and then we hide in the thence north to the place of beginning.
W. B. Rober and wife Racine, Wis.; Containing the following Election Districts hear this before? Let the Delicatessen Man do it.
cellar-you may guess how happy we to-wit: 5. 6. T, 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. Something /
J. J. Bruce Toledo Something new
0.; R. C. Walker,
Clover County School Board District No. 3
Orange or Honey.
Ask it.
are. We simply live in dread of the Try it.
Beginning at the northwest of the
Pitttsburg Pa. S. H. Foster corner '
; shrapnel which is going to fall on our northeast quarter of section 15. township 22 Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
Vegetables Fresh Every Day. ton, Pa.; T. R. Woodruff, Ogdensburg, south of range 29 east; run thence north to three or more
N. Y.; P. W. Myers, Ogdensburg, N. house and set it on fire and bury us the northwest corner of the' northeast quarterof Always have a stock of good things to eat _ha__
section 10. township 22 south of range 29
in the ruins. BEANC ggSE OLIVES
Y.; S. G. Cooley' Sag Harbor, N. Y.; east; thence east to the northeast corner of COLD MEATS BAKED '4
"You have no idea what terrible section 10, township 22 south of range 29 POT a. LAD
A. C. Willoughby, Portsmouth, N. II. east; thence north to the northwest corner of ..- 1
CARUTIURS & GORE engines of war the Germans have. section 26. township 21. south of range 29 -' J. E. NICHOLSON'SBakery I
Seeing everything around us burn east: thence east to the northeast corner of J. R. TRESREff J..
COZY PILLOWSAt section 29. township 21. south of range 30east
and fall to pieces, we live in a sort t; thence south! to the southeast corner of Phone 26 3;

of nightmare. The house of Dubois section 32. township 21, south of range 30 ,
New Modern Groceru east:; thence east to St. Johns river; thence
this time of the thinksof
year one (next to us) is in ruins, and St. Jean southeasterly. along St. Johns river to the
T living southeast corner of Orange county: thence
room pillows-bright pillows -
des Vignes is practically heap of .
a west to the southwest corner f section 31,
cozy pillows, pillows that helpto stones-indeed, everything in our township :24. south of range 29 east: thence
I north to the northwest of section 18.
Phone 200 diffuse soft corner '
a warm glow over a
quarter is demolished. You will be township 25 south of range 29 east: thence
room. One of these is the pillow with I east to the northeast corner of section 13. FloridaAnd 1
heartbroken to see it when you. next township; n, couth of range 29 eastthence Am Leaving
6 and 8 East Pine St. the charming:, old fashioned floral come. Fortunately our house has so north to the northwest corner of section 6,
pattern of pink cosmos. They must township 23. south of range 30 east: thence :>illSpecially .Price my two Properties in Winter ParkA !
far escaped, though all the tiles are east to the northeast corner of section 3, .
not be a pale, "washed out" pink, buta smashed and the windows broken by township 23. south of range 30 cut: thence -

PHONE 646 warm, glowing shade that deepens the force of the detonations. It is north township to 22 the. south northwest of range corner 30 of east section, thence 4. good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800

toward the centers of the flowers. west to the place of beginning full bearing Orange, Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two
AUTO FOR HIRE not worth replacing them, but you Containing the following Election Districts blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addition .
are mixed with pretty feathery how comfortable towit3.. 4. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.
I may imagine we are home this property will make a yearly return on
Adopted and ordered this 7th day of July to making a
FIRST CLASS REPAIRING foliage of rather a light green, and in this cold weather, and the terrible A. D. 1914. the investment of from 10 to 25 per cent, according to crop and

BARNARD & SON buzzing about the sweet blossoms area thing is that no one can say how (SeaL) JAS. A. KNOX. Chairman. market conditions, price 8500.00; also

half dozen honey bees in brown and Attest: Residence Property in Winter Park, 12-room, New Modern
long it will last. J. F. McKINNON. Secretary. My
Orlando Fla.
17 Hughey Street dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front, 20 acres of i
J2-10-lm gold.The 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigated
cosmos are divided into two State of Florida. land highly improved,
The Metropolis is sorry that L'En- County of Orange-ss. garden. Property is close in, well located, close to the new
bunches either end of ob- I. J. F. McKinnon. secretary of the Boardof
one on an House and Golf Links, a property good enough for
gle and Wilson were too ill to be on Public Instruction in and for Orange Country Club
Dr. S. S. Jones long pillow, running the short way of County. Florida certify that the foregoing M the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16-
last Their would
duty votes
the oblong. The material used for a true and correct copy of the resolution and 500, and will give possession in 30 days.
both have been added to the prohibition order adopted by the County Board of Public See owner only. Write or phone me for a date and I will send
the pillow is a deep, dark shade of Instruction of Orange County. Florida this
CHIROPRACTOR side and Florida would have reg- 7th day of July. A. D. 1914. changing determining my car to any place in Orange County to show you these properties.
green, and may be in either silk, linenor and fixing the boundaries of the three
graduate Davenport College, 17 and istered by all her delegation as she
18 Yowell-Duckworth building phone monk's cloth or any woolen mate- County Board School District of Orange ED. F. TOSISZEL
; .
should stand for national prohibitionof County Florida.In
209. Intelligent people everywhereare rial that one happens to have os witness. whereof I have hereunto set my ,
the sale and manufacture of intox- BOX 33, WINTER PARK FLORIDA
Board of
being restored to health by chiropractic hand. The ends are fringed. The I hand and official seal of the County
adjustments, the new scienceof icatnig liquors.Miami Metropolis.Read I I Public Instruction of Orange County. Florida Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest place. 1
removing the fringe should match the material in I this 7th day of July A. D. 1914. .
cause of disease. Examination : SeaL) J- F. McKEOION.
t., free. 12.Jlmo I color. the clasified ads. 12-30--14 1-6. 13 20-15 ,...2


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Has the alleviation of pain and So far as the reports go not one of is a Bargain and I i
South Florida Sentinel
more comfortable living of the pres- the European diplomats is able to see I I
MORNING AND WEEKlY ent made people soft as so anything good United Should be Snapped I
many as
W. M. GLENN. .....................EdiUr age as a States ]I I
W. C. ESS1NCTON .... .&u aHa Manager assert? of Europe, with the old geographical I c I
-- -- -- -- -- -- Small pains are not borne as easilyas boundaries and the old prejudices I
by Speculators. -
Entered at the poBtoffice at Orlando. Florida up
as Sroond Clan Mil Matter. formerly. A previous generation largely disregarded. But doubtlesssome ',
SUBSCRIPTION RATES thought little of having teeth out, of the men in the trenches have !'II
Year ........................ $5.00 ;:! .
Ukily.Daily.. 6 J M3nth ...................... 2.60 without an anesthetic. The story is better vision. I Io TRUE ECONOMYIs
Daily. 3 Month ...................... 1.26 told of an old timer, who having a :
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .60t.u0 A
Vl eekl"yI Year ...................... $ sore foot that bothered him, went out Having neither throne or kingdom I'I -
to the barn one day and chopped one Albert of Belgium yet 'looms up as'
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN toe off with a hatchet. one of the big features of the war. i Forty-five acres in the Lake securing what you want, '

ADVERTISERS: and Nowadays ether to most have people teeth take out and gas o I I Conway District where like at the time you want it, and
f. display and all ther hand-act Though we haven't had any of it
advertiiinc Copy r...t be kaadeo In at the kaunru.. dread the commonplace experience of we are sure the federal reserve cur- property is selling from $100 at the price you are preparedto
office ef the Sentinel not later than 2 p. having teeth filled.
the day Were publication. This rale applies rency has wings like all the rest. for it.
to $125 tract pay
I. chance for contract advertising: it Uinvariable The superb courage shown in the per acre.
and will be strictly adhered to. European war suggests that when it o is surrounded fine
Siibec iiben desiring'" The Sentinel discontinued People who are thinking of buying I by young
to human nature is
comes a pinch
the office in writing on
should notify
the date of expiration. otherwise it will be much as it was in the heroic days of diamonds should lay in their stock at groves. Is heavily timberedand
continued at the regular subscription rates once. They are going to rise.
until notice to stop .is received. chivalry. The soldiers march on, line o is very rich soil. Owneris OUR ANNUAL
Telephone Numb 24 after line, to organized death. The
HOUGH WILL NOT APPEAL non-resident and has instructed
of American soldier a -
THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1915. bravery boys under -
-- ---- the murderous fire of snipers at
i us to sell this
It's coming! Vera Cruz told the same story. ThereIs Albert Hough, the convicted mur- property fALL AND YINTERCLEARANCE

r o today a growing sensitiveness to derer of his wife, who recently got a I at only sixty dollars per :

Everybody in Mexico is also in bad pain and alarm at danger. But also life sentence from the jury will not I
with somebody. in a refined age there is a keener appeal his case, but will go to state's acre.
i sense of shame and fear of ridicule. prison to serve his sentence. In the

l Imaginaion is the mother of most Perhaps life does not look good to the 1 I circuit court in Ocala Judge Bullock SHE

of our troubles. soldier, if he must gain it only by I with deep feeling' and much impres-
o wearing the pale badge of cowardice. siveness sentenced Hough and he will
The way to get a thing done is to o I soon begin his life term in one of the Cooper Atha

get out and do it. THE NIMBLE MERCHANT" I II state prison camps. Hough told the is the essential aid to this econ-
judge that he could give no good Ground Floor
o The old time merchant used to buy reason 114 & .th Orange Are
struck I why sentence should not be omy, and not only that
Another Indian summer day half a year's supply of a given articleat pro- you
I nounced. Phone No. 311
Orlando yesterday.Ever a time. He locked up all his own I i are contributing your part to
o i money and all he could borrow in his the
success of the Union
meet an Orlando girl who was goods. If he turned his whole stockin i I by
f as pretty as her own picture? a year he might be doing fairly buying articles and fabrics '
0 I.

: A misdirected search for happiness well.Today it is the ambition of live

r is the stepmother of selfishness. business men to turn their capital "Made in America"For
o oftener. A five per cent. margin on

; Harry Thaw is not given publicity i; sales under the old system was nota this is in truth a "Made in
on his own account-he is just a type. living profit. Under the modern

I t 0 system of quick sales it should' yielda LAKE EOLAHere America Sale"---so do your
to those
Contentment comes
satisfied with handsome return. part to the succes of "Supporting -
i desire but little are The one means by which this mod-

f less. ern ideal can be realized is by per- Home Industries."

0i" sistent advertising reasonably pro-
There are not many days in Or- portioned as a necessary part of reg- is an unusual offering, one that I can unhesi- - -
lando but what some speeder gets ular expenses.

pinched. The amount of business that a store tatingly recommend as GREAT. BARGAIN. The lot is Sale Commences
o does is in proportion to the persistence -
Billy Sunday is trying to reform with which it solicits business. 90x200 and the house contains seven rooms and bath.
Philadelphia. Is it wicked to sleep Consequently the store that adver- Thursday Jan. 7th
Servants room on premises. Orange and grapefruit and ,
too tises is the store that turns its cap-

o ital frequently. Such a merchant peach trees, shruberry and flowers and ornamental
Our idea of a wise man is one who ,does not need to get as much of a

is just a trifle less foolish than the profit on each sale as the slow turn- plants. Owner will sell furnished or unfurnished. The Dry Goods, Millinery, Ready-

majority. ing store does. Wherefore it pays
o the public to patronize the stores that location is No. 215 E. Robinson avenue, on north shore of to-Wear Boots and Shoes
Pickles are said to be going up in advertise because they can afford to ,
Lake Eola, and overlooking Eola Park. Listed exclu-
price. Has Peter Piper perfected a sell cheaper.
pickle pool? Furnishings, Etc.
n --0DO sively with me. The price will astonish you, it too low,
Belligerents should have resolved 3 ; you are a booster with love in but owneris determined to selL Cash or terms. -

on not ish A us he to man in can spring 1915.never feel that realizes until o dumdum he just has how attendeda chestnut fool- ing your 1915 the to heart signify do civic something and parade your possessing intention for for the Orlando a Subtropical keen of join-desire in-- Th Bi B![ S Seoia12nd i l n

winter fair. Do it now-don't

5 o'clock tea. 0 delay; give to the fair your co-opera- S. Y. WAY
tion; make the civic parade feature a Floor
A 1915 prophet says the Russian
success; decorate your automobile;
army will surprise the world. Why
and remember the
get some spirit
the future tense? fair is fast approaching. Insurance and Real Estate Agent "All STREET AND AFTERNOON COSTUMES" -

o o ---including all Wools, Silks,
And to think if Columbus had not
discovered America we might all be IDEAS- PHONE 172 and Poplins at these enormous re
Rube Allyn's idea of a guano fer-
in the trenches too. ductions.
0 tilizer factory on Pelican Island, near .

But if a man is foolish and doesn't Sarasota brain. But, is Rube worthy is of carrying his fertile the $10.00 Costumes for $ 5.00
know it, it's a sign that he has no
wife to instruct him. thing too far when he proposes to put 15.00 Costumes for. 7.50
electric lights along the island so the
o 25.00 Costumes for. 12.50
pelicans can work overtime. This is
The government is advising Amer-
like "killing the goose that laid the 35.00 Costumes for. 17.50
icans to keep out of Mexico. Why
golden egg.-Clearwater Sun. -
not add-"and jail?" .
o I-

cure Washington Backcapping for freckles doctor the and o game baldness.says of there othersa is no- La Vallieres and Bracelet aces Th Bi[ S Special i l on n II

And sometimes a word to the wifeis .

sufficient to start something, not
only in Orlando but every place. 1st Floor


The average Orlando woman never -dainty enough for a fairy 10 Yards Outing Flannel
calls it flattery when a man praises

her for qualities she knows she does What resist the 10 Yards Ginghams
girl can charm of a dainty La Valliere veritable
'-- -0 lacework of gold with I 10 Yards Cheviot
or platinum, set precious or semipreciousstones
The imperial scribe will now pass I 10 Yards Chambray
r. among the heroic survivors distribut- The designs this year are so unusually lovely, so delicate t

, ing the iron fork of the Order of Valiant and fine I Any tO Yards lor 79 Cents
Trenchermen. we are sure they must have been inspired by the fairies-

't' o Worth $1.60 and $1.25

t That St. Louis woman who shot Especially charming, too, are our Bracelet Watches. A more pleasing gift

\ twenty times at a burglar and missed could not be chosen, or one that combines so much beauty with [practicabilityCome
\him might have displayed better j Watch this daily
marksmanship had she been shootingat paper

_. a husband. in and look them over whether yon intend to purchase for "Extra Specials."

0 or not. We know it will be a treat to you to see
Whatever this nation may lack in
these exquisite pieces of jewelry
the way of a military establishment
it must not be put down as helpless.

, Do we not control the output of Mis- OPEN EVENINGS
souri mules? ,


The Miami Metropolis is one of the
livest journals in Florida. It's editorial -I
policy is one of fearlessness T. H. EVANSJEWELER

truthfulness and alertness; it's news
stories are full of pepper ginger and .DEPARTMENT STORE.

snap. When the Metropolis says anything .. ..
it has a punch to it. If the

Metropolis is a true reflector of the Orlando Orange Avenue Florida ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
business men and their ideals in that II I
thriving city there can be little doubtas

to the real reason for the growth J

t and progress of Miami.


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: :: stage door of the Lucerne yesterday."WILLIAM". 0. Sterling. "The Crash." The most I The likethe Parker rker-the Pen won't leak
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Shay and Leah Baird, in two parts. forces Standard this ink style out Parker onto end Lucky of pen.Curve

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-Edited By Miss Eliza Wright -
(No. lOOn Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit
Office telephone No. 170. Residence telephone No. 254 RESOURCES :
Loans and Discounts .............$254.875.69 all cars. Give make of car when you A.llen 8z CO.
Overdrafts secured and unsecured. 177.62 order. ,
U S. Bonds deposited to secure Z ZI
WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDARJan. artistic and music loving Orlando circulation ..................... 21,000.00Other

7th-9th. public the, who presentation were warm, which in their was praiseof de- securities..........to...secure.......circulation .......- 51935.00 GULF REFINING JE.WE.L.
COil I b.!
clared to have been the most U. S. Bonds to secure U. S. Deposits *- D
'VednesdayThursday ful ever given by the MendelssohnClub. success- ......................... 10000.00 I ,, 0 r tttt -=:

The interpretations were excellent Other Bonds......to...secure.......Postal.......Savings ....- 5.000.00 I P. G. WALTON, Agent t At
3 P. M.-Musicale, Rosalind Club. the singing beautiful, and altogether Bonds. Securities, etc. (other than Office Phone 450.
8:15 P. M. Mercer Glee Club, at the program was delightful.Part Stocks) ........................ 6,198.12Stock
... Residence Phone
I in Federal Reserve Bank. 600.00 269.
Yowell-Duckworth roof garden. I. was featured by two Amer-
Banking House. Furniture and Fix- ,
I Friday ican Indian songs by C. W. Cadman, tures .......................... 35.233.44 --- A Rare Business
3 P. M.-W. C. T. U. meeting, I "From the Land of the Sky Blue I Due from National Banks (not reserve Opportunity
Methodist church. Water," and "The Moon Drops Low," afrents) .................. 16,652.28Due
from State and Private Banks VENEER CORES
Saturday two of the well known songs among and Bankers, Trust Companies, Small growing business well located will take about .
, 3 P. M.-D. A. R. card party, Red the concert singers at the present and Savings ................... 2668.58 ,
Cross benefit Mrs. S. A. Robinson time. They beautifully renderedby Due from approved Reserve Agents $1.25 handle aboul
; $1,000 to proposition. Paying 75
Main hostess. Mrs. Forrest Carr. The ; in Central Cities ............... 16828.20 percent
street, Dabney
...._ I
Checks and other Cash Items
last one especially showed the dra- : for Clearing House .... 25.681.22Exchanges 1500.52 Per Strand Up on investment. At present address S. F. J"I
Unity Circle MeetingThe matic ability of Mrs. Carr's voice, I Notes of other National Banks.... 3.100.00 Sentinel office.
Circle had inter- and is considered Cadman's Fractional Paper Currency Nickels care
Unity a very by many and Cents ..................... 1.026.17: FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND 1
esting meeting yesterday afternoonat masterpiece. Mrs. Carr was so Lawful Money Reserve in Bank viz: OAK WOOD Don't answer if not interested.
the Unitarian Chapel on East Cen- heartily received that she responded Specie ..............23200.85 .
tral avenue. There were about twen to an encore. I Legal tender notes... 2,800.0026.000.85 Orlando Wood YardB.
ty-five ladies present. Mrs. Howes Following this Mr. Forrest Dabney Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer t
(S of
cent circulation
was the leader, current events being I Carr sang a cycle called "Eliland," by from U. S. Treasurer ........ 13.500.00 W. Kingsley, Proprietor ------
discussed. A social time was enjoyed A. Fielitz. He in PINE STREET AND R. R.
afterward. voice von and his interpretations was splendid of the Total ..........................494,677.69 Telephone 344

Notice to Meet I various parts was most aristically Capital Stock paid LIABILITIES in ............$ 50.000.00 9-30 Sentinel Want Ads Get ResultsFRANK
The Epworth Leaguers are requested given. Previous to this rendition he Surplus fund .................... 12,500.00
to meet at the Methodist church I talk Undivided Profits less Expenses
gave an introductory on the set- t
for and Taxes paid 6.164.45 -- --
at i
tonight seven-thirty sharp a It
i ting of the cycle. He also told I
song Reserved for Taxes .............. 49.27
short business and from -
meeting, something concerning;: the author of National Bank Notes outstanding. 51500.00 1
there they will go in a body to the the "Wedding Feast," which consti- Dividends unpaid ................. 2.0DO.Ofl
Mercer Glee Club concert on the tuted the second part. A large cho- Individual deposits subset to check. 246,365.85
Yowell-Duckworth roof garden. Demand certificates of deposit.... 5325.00
rus "Hiawatha's A. CURTIS
gave Wedding Time certificates of deposit payable WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
Lucerne Dance Feast. The voices of this splendid within 30 days ................. 3060.00
The second weekly dance at the chorus blended unusually well and Time deposits payable after 30 daysor

New Lucerne was very delightful last Mr. Carr, who directed them, showed longer after...notice.......of....30....days.....or.. 64.834.88 Established
of the of 1886
night. Many young people the effort that he had put forth to Certified checks .................. 31.67
the social set came in and enjoyedthe make this a finished production. Mr. Cashiers checks outstanding ...... 5.438.6
dancing with the hotel guests. E. A. Scales sang the tenor part most United States deposits ............ 10.000.00
McIntosh's orchestra furnished splen- Postal Savings deposits 1407.90
Mrs. W.
R. O'Neal
pleasingly. accompanied -
Notes and bills rediscounted 2,500.00Bills
did music. for the "Wedding Feast" payable including obligations
To Entertain M. U. Glee Club and did it admirably, while Miss Roberta -I representing money borrowed ... 43,500-04 CURTIS & O'NEAL )

The Mercre Glee Club boys will be Branch accompanied Mr. and Total ..........................494677.69
entertained in the following homes: Mrs. Carr in their selections, in an
R. L. Hyer, Jos. L. Guernsey, S. G. artistic manner. State of Florida. '
Dolive, Dr. Poulson, Geo. Phillips, the The Board of the Rosalind Club County of Orange-- s. INSURANCE LOANS
r Central hotel, and the Willola. If it were the guests of the MendelssohnClub. I. Chas. P. Dow. Cashier of the above
I named bank do solemnly that the
should be raining at the time for the I Mrs. Joe Cheney and Mrs. above statement is true to swear the best of my t
concert the Orlando opera house will Ralnh Yearby had charge of the dec- knowledge and belief.
. be used in place of the roof garden. orations. CHAS P. DOW Cashier. REAL ESTATE RENTALS
Correct Attest ,
Lovers of music should avail them- At JacksonvilleMr. M. -O. OVERSTREET.:
selves of this opportunity to hear an and Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles de- BENJ. DREW
excellent' glee club, and also to help parted yesterday for Jacksonville J. T. HENDRICKS. 1 .
the Triangle Society, under whose Directors.Subscribed .
where they will be present at the and
sworn to before me this 6th
auspices they are appearing. wedding of Miss Ernestine Smith to day of January, 1915.A. .
Motor to DaytonaMr. I P. H. Gaskins. Mr. Giles will act as N. GOODWIN Notary Public. ,
and Mrs. Seth Woodruff and best man at the wedding which prom- 1
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hoffman have ises to be one of the social featuresof Immense collars of fur are used FOR Bnngalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main
motored to Daytona for a week-end the winter society; season at Jack-
for rich limousine
visit. sonville. wraps.OSTEOPATHY. Street.
Mrs. Haden "At Home" R
Mrs. Algernon Haden on Wednes-
day received friends who calledon AT DIRECTORS MEETINGHon.
many .
Seven Room House South Orlando.
her day "at home." ,

Mendelssohn Club Concert J. N. Whitner, Sheriff Chas.M. .
Before a large and appreciative DR. J. C.
dience at the Rosalind Club last even- Hand, and Mr. Jas. Lee, of Semi- Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon Two New Five Room Houses, South West Orlando.
nole motored to Orlando from
ing the Mendelssohn Club, noted for Kirksville Graduate
its brilliant talent, presented Cole- Sanford to attend a meeting of the Consultation Free
ridge Taylor's setting of "Hiawatha's directors of the Subtropical Midwinter Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan A
Wedding Feast," and Alexander von HoteL
Fielitz' song cycle; "Eliland." I Exposition which was held at the Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 -

The audience represented the finer t San Juan hotel yesterday morning. Orlando, Fla. : " " " " , , , , , , " " " " ,

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in all sizes, and carry a stock of 50 to 75 tanks

all the time. 4


Will take in your Searchlight tank and give t, Red MILEAGEThe Tube without a

you a PREST-O-LITE in exchange at no ad- _; SUPERIORCosts No More

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W. Phillips & Sons Orlando Auto Supply Co. : : .',

26 East Pine St. 210 South Orange Ave .

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I NOTIC Wilson> &have Toomer's accepted fertilizers agency for in J...,.tim ber. Lat.l1.& Mild: S11i11.gles

SENTINEL Orange county and will appreciatethe
patronage of their old customers,
and hope to make new friends for this
firm. Their Ideal brands are too well
WANTSThe known for any comment at my hands.
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 I r
Morning Sentinel Want trouble. I am prepared to give to ,...
. '- Directory is the Greatest Want my patrons not only my own experience -'I ORLANDORoyal -
Ad Medium in Orlando. but that of the firm, which cov-
ers every detail of the citrus and veg- t
Terms Cash in Advance. citrus industry. H. C. McDaniel.
1< Phone 708.EIGHTEEN.

For One Day ______________25t AND A HALF ACRESof Cement
For Three Days ____________50c land on Lake Gatlin sixteen in Agatite Plaster and Perfection LimeSUBTROPICAL
33j; PER CENTON For Six Days _______________73c five old and;
For One Month ____________$ .50 overlooks year four oranges lakes; in perfect grapefruit con-;
YOUR INVESTMENT This rate applies on all ads of dition. Price 12000. Nothing bet- MIIIMMIIIIMtlMMMMMIiHilllMMIIIIIillllliaillMIIIMIIItllMMII tlt.
h 25 words or less. If the ad con- ter in Florida, unless it is the prop-
and 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 EXPOSITIONMIDWINTER I !
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. 4
$2,000 for same. Offered only
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 I ROSSMORE INNWinderemere ORZLt. T DO., FL-A., ..
and Barn on the property. FOR SALE

Only 30 minutes drive from New and Modern. Now 0
town. Tract contains 20 FOR SALE-30 acres land, 20 fenced, and ready to accommodate open REB.: 9-13 1915EDUCATIONAL
acres all fine soil, also 10 cleared ready for setting trees; ,
close to depot, 3 miles from Orlando. guests.
Cheap if sold in 30 days. Lock Box
Young Orange Grove Bearing No. 4, 1-3-lmo

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

Handled exclusively by us. Arts 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 unless interested. Address Bargain 732 S. Oracle Avenue AreoplansLectures and Entertainments of all kinds
care of Sentinel. 11-14-tf


FRED B. DALEC. hammock land; eight in grove; the -For Information or premium list address
H. BRYANT present crop of oranges will be from
750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told VVM. R. O'NEAL H. B. DICKSON !
DAVIS. A GILES. CounselF. ready for setting-10 acres in lake, Sec'y Pres.
A. PEPPERCORN. Contractor one and quarter miles from Apopka.
Price, $5,000. Address W. H., Box SOMETHING filmTwo I

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Beautiful Bull ing Lois

Business FOR RENT-Peace Palace at The On South Avenue
I F Directoryl Orange ,
I Hague. Will sell to Right Party. near Lake Lucerne, splen-
For Easy Payment Plan. $10 down and
did view of the lake 3k pt.He.
50c a week until the war is over. Ad- I yur
BUSY MEN. dress "Lonesome," Peace Palace, The 2 1-2 blocks from business

Who is your painter and decorator? Hague. 1-6-tfc center, nice big shade trees
If you are satisfied keep the one you shrubbery, &c., adjourning
have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican FOR RENT-Two unfurnished rooms.
Ne. 636. lots to one of the best res
1-20-tf Apply 601 East Central avenue,.or '
call phone 591. 1-1-6t dences in cit},.-For sale by SPECIAL
FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for WALTER \V. ROSE

buy, sell rent, and exchange real light housekeeping, on first, second REAL ESTATE ,

over estate.30 Have years.resided Have in Orlando handled Fla.over, and dren third over floors 12 or; no'under objection 1 year.to chil-;0 Rooms I&.3 Watkins Block Special Xmas Sale of Brass Beds at KINCAID .

20000000. Call and see me. East Concord. Phone 380. 1-2-tfc Phone 55 _
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
FOR RENT Beautiful dwelling with & SNOWDEN '
garage; elegantly furnished; on
Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. &

"DIXIE 8-27-tf LAKE SITEFour $20.00 BED SALE PRICE $9.98
LIMITED"Between SEVEN ROOM, new stucco cottage,
one block from Eola park; com-
mands fine view of city. Price $5,500:
H. C. McDaniel, phone 708.
miles from Orlando one Finished in either polished brass or satine finish.

Jacksonville Chicago and St. Louis FOR RENT-6 room house with all Schools I
modern mile from Post Office
improvements furnished
; ;
Reestablished January 6, 1915 $150 season 3 months. One cottage, and Churches and Packing ''

Nortl bound-Dai Southbound for Room light and housekeeping board for couple, $30 a of month.tour- House. On good road just one We give coupons with all cash sales. ,

9:35 am Lv. Jacksonv'e Ar. 7:30 pm ists, $12 per week. Inquire Cooper mile from Orlando Sandford 4
'. 5:08pm Ar. Macon Lv.11:45 am & Atha. 12-13-lm I road.
8:03pm Ar. Atlanta Lv. 8:35 am ,
12:18 am Ar. Chattan'ga Lv. 4:37 am Surrounded by fine Groves; Vir-

4.50 am Ar. Nashville Lv.12.10 am FOR RENT-Rooms, with or without ginia Pine Timber. Excellent
9:28 am Ar. Evansville Lv. 7:30pm board also rooms for light house-
Citrus Land with water &
protec- Kineaid Snowden
_635pm Ar. Chicago Lv.- 11:30 am keeping; several apartments from 1
2:59 pm. Ar. St. Louis Lv.2:15pmSolid to 4 rooms, each at very reasonable tion and beautiful lake frontage
I prices. Inquire of F. L. Anderson,
Train Compartment-Observa-I 112 West Church street. Phone 459.
tion cars Standard Pullman cars and 12-6-tf Sixty Acres at Low Priced Furniture House.
coaches, between Jacksonville and
Chicago. Standard Pullman sleepers FOR RENT-Large, attractive room. Acre I
Jacksonville to St. Louis.DINING CARS. 11-8-tfc Inquire No. 8 West Washington St. $20 Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida

FOR RENT-beven room house; Water ..
gas, electric lights, bath, etc.; Think of it and see -- JI
Atlantic Coast Line barn stable, chicken house; lot 100 by
200 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange ORLANDO

Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. avenue. ,--- 10-31-tf ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO., I

FOR RENT Small flat, modern con-
G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., veniences unfurnished. Jas. A. Watkins Block PHONE 504 CO1

Tampa, Florida. Knox. 11-3-tf PLUMBING '

to adults only. 409 Delaney street. '
TDr.: FHF;--Thompson 10-25-tf GORDON'S; CARRIAGEAND PHONE 122 .


t MANUFACTURE all classes of hair at Lowest
Best Plumbing -
goods prices reasonable and work
; from August 1, 1914 to August
115 S. Orange .A ve., over Curtis & first class. Call and see us at 303 I j
Garland street. 161mo'WANTED PricesWe 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduc-
O'Neal's Store
tion during that time:
\ Hours 8.30 a.m. to 5.30 pan. are not in the combine.
Piano and Furniture
Wednesday and Saturdays till 8 p.m SLAUTER'S latest inventions usedon Touring Car $555.00
Moving a Specialty all first-class
: 11-6-tf "TED-\liddle aged woman for Runabout 505.00
house work. Apply Box II., care -
Sentinel. 1-5-tf 8 E. Church SI. PHONE 487 Plumbing Construction: F. 0. B. Orl..... All can fully equipped.t .
r Real Estate Boughtand i iia
.. .
WANTED AUTOMOBILE-Light rtfcer. we will W .We t. .Main the xia cffldcBcrprMlocU. .
'Ktery ... sad the ini- coat la '
in good condition for cash. Wm. R. BEST SELECT OYSTERS, 50c. Quart parrhuuar.r a.* idea ***.rt.eatll I* w. rack sa .aioJa' .1 I
Sold.City Cunningham, care of Willola hotel il'fr. w a..... ean between tile ab.ee ..--
Phone 218. 1-5-St .;:;( Waldecker Fish Co A.. ,k..ld we rook this pr.d.etl.a, we agree t. pay w
'11'11', the Myer"e .k&n frw In .. $(' per car <- .r sb..tA.gut
WE HAVE NOW READY FOR DELIVERY U!li) .. .*." retail *.* .... Mrtk a aew
Building Lots $100; $1.00 cash Irish Potatoes, warrantedfree FOR FISH AND OYSTERS F.rd car between A.apet I. 1H4 sad A.ot I, IMC.

and $1.00 per week buys a Lot from scab or other diseases. Phone No. 5. 206 Boone StreetP. F.r farther par nlan r.gsrdi.g the Uw priMt andpaftekarlag -
1 Drop me a card or phone 708 and let DR. L H. RAMSDELLOPTOMETRIST pisa..ee
RENTS COLLECTED. us talk over your requirements. I M. and W. O. COX
Notary Work will make it to our mutual advantage. I F. G. RUSH
Promptly and Neatly
(SacccAoor to Dr. C. F. LIkL; 10-23-tf
bone. H. C. McDanieLNow
is the time to order GRIF- WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES



ORLANDO RlDA I' YOU ARE LOOKING for well Contractor and Builder

Office at Pinehur rooted orange and grapefruit buds, ACRES overlooking Orlando;
park see H. McDaniel.. Phone 708. all cleared; fine land; good home Bungalows a Specialty .
P. O. Box 281'PRONE I site. $2,000. II. C. McDaniel. Phone Arcade Building. Orlando AD. I
405 10-8-1m Get the news in the Sentinel first. 708.

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Bleached and Turkish! Bath Towels
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Brown Muslin Hemmed Heavy Weight

, 10 yds for69c. At THE I BIG STORE I 15c quality



great annual event so eagerly looked forward to by all economical women. Never in our history 4 '

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 th.e offer that will make clearance short, sharp and decisive.


Sale Starts Saturday January 2nd I


Hundreds of other bargains not in this advertisement ,

Second Floor Ready-To-':ATear Departcnent.

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

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

$6.00 Skirts at 3.00
$10.00 Coat Suits at ----------$' 5.00 $2.50 Coats at --------------- 1.25
$7.50 Skirts at --------------$ 3.75
$12.50 Coat Suits at ----------$ 6.25 $3.00 Coats at ---- -- -- ----- 1.50 $2.50 and $2.75 Sweaters at --- 1.98
$8.00 Skirts at 4.00
at __________$ 7.50 $4.00 Coats at 2.00 $3.00 Sweaters at $ 2.25
$15.00 Coat Suits ; --------------- 4.50 ------------
$9.00 Skirts at
Suits at $ 9.00 $5.00 Coats at 2.50 ; $3.50 Sweaters at 2.89
$18.00 Coat ---------- --------------- ------------
$10.00 Skirts at 00
Suits at 10.00 $10.00 Coats at 5.00 $4.00 Sweaters at $ 3 19
$20.00 Coat --------- -------------- ------------ .
$12.00 Skirts at 6.00
at __________512 50 I $12.50 Coats at - 6.25 $5.00 Sweaters at J< 3.98
$25.00 Coat Suits -------------- ------------
I $15.00 Skirts at 7.50
$30.00 Coat Suits at ----------15.00 $15.00 Coats at ______________$ 7.50 --------------$ $6.00 Sweaters at ------------5 4.48

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

$40.00 Coat Suits at ----------20 00 $25.00 Coats at -------------12.50 Maraboa Neck Pieces at Half- Price $8.50 Sweaters at ------------g 6.48 1

$50.00 Coat Suits at ----------$25 00 $30.00 Coats at --------------$15.00Ve are showing a beautiful line in all $15.00 Sweaters at -----------g 9.98
the latest styles, they are all listed to
, 30 00 $35.00 Coats at 17.50 go $18.00 Sweaters at
$60.00 Coat Suits at ---------- -------------- and go they will. -----------$ 11.50 =a

1st Floor Dress Goods Department 2nd Floor Juvenile Department 1st Floor Men's Department DIES'S ODD PANTS j
I CLEARANCE SALE OF BOYS Great Attractionat -
SUITS $3.50 Pants at _
DRESS GOODS- -------- -$2.73 1
$3.50 Boys Suis at ___________$2.63 --- $4.00 Pants at _.. .
$4.00 Boys Suits at _________$3.00 $15.00 Suits at ____________$19.751.50 Pants at -------_-___$$3.7 5_ j
45 inch Wool Crepe,, $1.00 quality69c_:79c $4.50 Boys Suits at ---------$3 8 THE[ ROOF GARDEN{ THEATRE $18.00 Suits at ""___"___$12.75 $5.00 Pants at ------____$3. 5 i
42 in. Stripe Crepe $lw5 quality $<>.00 Boys Suits at ____ ______$ .75 $6.00 pants at .$.&.75 s
Gabardine, $1.50 quabty---98c $20.00 Suits at ___$14.75 -------"---
45 in. Suits at $J-50 ----------
54 in. Broadcloth,$1.75 quality$1.10 $6.00$8:00: Boys Boys Suits at ===-===:$6.00 Thursday night 8-15 o-clock $22.50 Suits at --------____$16.75 MEN'S HATS
in. Crepe and Albatros, 75c. ___________ ____ !
38 -
6 38 $1.50 Hats at .
at .1
$850Suits $1
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.quality. Wool Taffeta_______,_85c____quality.-59c___-----44c $10.00 Boys Suits at _________$7.50 MERCER UNIVERSITY GLEE CLUBAdmission $9_".00 Suttsat ________$18.75 $2.00 Hats at ------------$1.50 J
45 ? $12.00 Boys Suits at $9.00 OVERCOATS $2.50 Hats at -----------.$1.75 j
56 in. Beaver Cloaking $2.00 $3.00 Hats at ___ ;
$2 5
puality ___ _____ -_---$1-29 BOYS HATS ________ --------
: : $15.00 Overcoats at $10.75 $3.50 Hats at __.$2.75
54 in. Camels Hair Plaids, $2.00quality 50c and 60c Boys Hats 39c .
--------- -----$1.29 7-c Boys Hats ________________49c $16.50 Overcoats at ------$11.75.$4.00 Hats at ----------.$3. 5
54 in. Lambs Wool Cloaking; $3.00 $1.00 Boys Hats _____________69c 50 cents $18.00 Overcoats at --____$12.75 MEN'S SHIRTS
quality ______________$1.98 $1.50 Boys Hats ____________98c $1.00 Shirts at ------____83cL19
One lot Wool Dress Goods, value $2.00 Boys Hats __________$1.48 "DONT MISS IT." $20.00 Overcoats a--------.j $1.50 Shirts at --------___$
up to $1.50, your choice for48c $3.00 Boys Hats _____________$1.98 $22.50 Overcoats at ----___$16.75 $2.00 Shirts at ---------._$1.69

First Floor Shoe Department 3rd Floor House Furnishing Department

Money Saving Clearance Sale of 1 Blankets

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

MEN 1 Can California Peaches, value______25c 3 Cans Lye Hominy, value__________40c and Comforts
SHOES FOR 1 Can California Apricots, value______25c 2 Cans Cindarilla Peas, _value35c
$6.00 Shoes, C. H. Aldens, sale price$4.S9 1 Can California Pears, value ______30c
3 Cans Tomatoes, value
$5.00 Shoes, C. H. Aldens, sale price$3.79 value _____
California Cherries 30c
1 Can
$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 -
$3.50 Shoes, C. & A., sale price ____$2.79 $1.35.- $1.35: $2.50 COMFORTS FOR ------- 1.89

SHOES FOR LADIES LOT NO. 2 ____ LOT Peaches NO. 5 value ____60c $3.25 COMFORTS FOR >_..__- 2.69 -, -.,.
Tan, Gun Metal, Patent and Kid 4 Cans Montarosa Corn, value ___80c 41bs. Extra Fancy -. --
$6 Shoes, Wichert &Gardiner, sale__$-L89 4 Cans V. C. Early J. Peas, value ____60c 3 lbs.Extra Fancy Roasted Coffee $1.05 $7.50 COMFORTS-FOlT 5.98
$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 98 I
$4 Shoes, Red Cross & Drew, sale --$3.17 5 Ibs Lump Starch, value ___________40c 1 Ib. Cream Cheese, value ___________25c $1.50( BLANKETS FOR ___ J 29
$3.50 Shoes, E. P. Reed sale price__$2.79 7 Bars Lenox Soap, value ___________35c 2 Best Macaroni, value ________30c --- ,
: pkgs.
$3.00 Shoes, Landis, sale price _____$2,29; 1 Bottle Blueing, value ____________05c
Ladies Shoes and Oxfords, $1.00MISSES'ANDTCHILDRENS 6 packages Pearline, value __________30c 2 pkgs. Mothers Oats, value ---------25c $3.00 BLANKETS FOR ------- 1.98
One Lot 2 Bars Ivory Soap, value ___________lOc 6 Cans V. C. Cream, small, value _____30c
SHOES 1 eel. starch, value -05c 2 pkgs. Shreaded Wheat, value ______30c $4.00 BLANKETS FOR ------ 2.98
One lot Misses Shoes, sizes 21to 6, !-r !.!1hir.l 1 .. -
$5.50 BLANKETS 4 68
reg. $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 Shoes at$1.9S $1.-10 ------ !
One lot Childrens Shoes, sizes 11 y to$1.'a
at ________-;___________________31.98: Your Choice of Any Lot For $1.00 $9.00 BLANKETS FOR ------ 6.49 :
One lot Ladies Felt Romeos and SlIp-
value$1.19 -----
pers,regular$1.50 $2.00

-4 42nd

Floor Millinery epar't 2nd Floor Millinery t 1i

mTh YOWELL DUCKWORTH CO Extraordinary Sale :

UntrImmed Hats e Your Ladies'TrimmedRatsYour choice of ... j j

untrimmed choice of shape any $$2.98 j j I trimmed store, value Hat in anY$5$ 0 0

value up to $8.50 Store Did It" I j jr
for : Orlando's Largest Quality 530. for e /

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_L IS Dickson-Ives Entering Today

Upon Immense Ten Day

Sale Featuring U. S. 1 ? I IM

1 A a 1

1 Commencing today and continuing -

Ul for ten days the Dickson-Ives .'. . : tj"

company will conduct a "Made in

l America" January clearance sale, :. mmn

which is being conducted on a very T -... : -. a
-. -j". t :r .
large scale.
,1 '
The keynote of the sale is shownin .
A THRIFTY NATION IN 1915. .- -. .
the foreword of the immense advertisement .-. .. . '.
distributed over the county .;. ,. : .-: '. .

r One of the great lessons that come to by this enterprising departmentstore. Your comfort and prosperity for tI

r this nation out of the European struggle "'Made in America,' reads

i is a wonderful lesson in THRIFT.We the foreword, "is the most talked of I ;' :
f have come to realize as never be- topic and is agitating the minds of 1915 I( E( .1:15.11 1]

e fore the importance of "providing for the all classes; it is the greatest boon : t

t future,"-"of being ready." ever formulated to make both ends
r Having a Savings Account-depositing meet in these high cost of living depends upon yourself and your ,

often-living within one's means, days.Ve as an American firm connections. '
reckless thoroughly endorse and will endeavorto
J avoiding spending-these are
worthy habits that, sooner or later, pay show preference by purchasing
excellent dividends. wherever possible, goods of American .savings or checking bank accountin

"t Open your Saving Account, cultivatethe production. Let us show you what this institution is a positive step
habit of THRIFT. One Dollar will American can produce. It will astonish i forward. .
: ;
start you. .
you. .- ;
This immense annual fall and winter .
i f sale is featured strongly by the !
The State Bank ot Orlando men's furnishings every article :: S2art now! .

made in America. The entire store

from one end to the other has been "- ..'
J . .'-. i
'. .
converted into one with a direct appeal .'

to the people who are looking :,.;... <...:..... .h.,..
t for right prices and genuine quality.

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LOCAL AND PERSONALRaymond I Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Randall, of Alta- BACK AGAIN

monte Springs, arrived in Orlando -

!yesterday afternoon for a short visit Messrs. Geo. C. Sanderson and .. .

Fuller left yesterday for J with friends.Mr. James A. Murrell two popular or- ... .. .- . :...... ............
DeLand to his studies at Stet-I '
resume -
ange buyers who make their head- .: ; ,i ,. ... 1\ ik i\ .
son University. :
I : and Mrs. B. J. Overstreet mo- quarters in Orlando, have just returned .. D. G to t D;

tored to Orlando yesterday from Win- from a three weeks visit to .. k .
Mrs. C. L. Pipkin and son, Charles,
left yesterday afternoon for Tampa i ter Garden and spent most of the day points on the West Coast and are I . .. ,
greeting friends and again at their rendezvous the San
visit Mrs. relatives. I . .. . .. ._ ..
to Pipkins' j '.. .- .' '. .
I Juan. I II : ; :. ". \ .'.<> :"::: ,:,:. :-< . .::. ::,:t.j": >;' ;. '
I' Harry Gemmill an excellent I I
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Francisco have .
young gentleman from Middletown, NEW ORLANDO CIGAR FACTORY :
to Gainesville, Fla., their old
N. Y., has arrived in Orlando for his I II
first visit and is located on North
I Jose Mernendez has opened a cigar

Mr. E. J. Battle, of Waycross, Ga., I Orange avenue. factory on South Orange avenue has E. J. Knowlton, of Manchester GIRL WANTED-For general house- A. B. Whitman, secretary of
work. 19 East Pine street.
splendid equipment, and is employ- the park commision would like
was the business transactors very
among N. II., is the visitors 1-7-6
Mrs. among prominent -
I Joseph Bumby, Sr., and daughter -
in Orlando yesterday. ing three cigar makers. Mr. Mernen much if any one having any St. Au-
I Miss Ada, left yesterday afternoon in Orlando. Mr. Knowlton is FOR RENT-A suite of rooms for :
i dez formerly worked at the Curry & gustine grass that they would donateto
Mrs. Cassius Boone, Jr., will leave !I t, for Fort Meade, to visit Mrs. Smith cigar factory and is an effi- city editor on the Manchester Mirror light housekeeping with bath hot I be planted in the park, to 'phone
and cold water a pleasant neighborhood -
J. :M. Maddox Mrs. -
today to spend six weeks with her Bumby's daughter. cient man capable of producing qual- and American, and is making a gen- ; close in; near Eola park. Call her any time between 10 and 12 this

parents in Louisville, Ky. j ity cigars. eral tour of the South. He was par- Sentinel. 1-7-6t* morning, or the same hours Friday.
I Phone number 137.
I Mr. H. C. Milton connected with ticularly impressed with this section CITY PROPERTY for sale or trade
Rossmore Inn, Windennere, will Read the clarified ads. for automobile. Five room house A
the Southern Growers' of and thinks Orlando the prettiest place
special chicken dinner Friday company for sale; will take one or more autosin FOR SALE
serve a !Jacksonville, was among the representative that he has seen thus far. There is as part pay. See Townsend Hand, ,
night followed by dancing. Phone I Floridian in Orlando a probability that he will return to 101 West Central avenue. l-7-2tc Terms to Suit Purchaser
1019. 1-7-2tc yes- Good citrus and truck land, cleared
terday.Mr. the City Beautiful at no distant day WANTED-We in 5, 10 20 ,
MALE HELP require or more acre plots on
I and cast his lot. While here he is the temporary services of a brick road to be built this year two
Mr. H. C. Schrader, of ,
and Mrs. J. D. Martin of Savannah making his headquarters at the Or- capable, responsible business man, miles from Orlando. Phone 1024 4
who frequently visits Orlando to look rings, or write H. G. Jackson, R. F. D.
I Ga., who have been spend- land hotel. The Sentinel acknowl- with good: connections. The right
after his orange interests, is at the kind of man can make good money. No. 2, Orlando, for appointment.
the ten weeks in edges an agreeable call.
San Juan. ing past Orlando, The Dewey Drainage Excavating Co., 1-7-lmo
left yesterday afternoon for Kissimmee. 741 Woodward Bldg., Washington,
Get the news in the Sentinel first. D. C. 1-7-lt Get the news in The Sentinel first.
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Perrin, of New -
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York city, have arrived in Orlandofor Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Winton, who 1 :
a visit and are located at the San
rooms at Mrs. J. H. Fuller'swent ,
Juan. I down to Tampa to visit their The .

son last Friday. They returned Mon-
Prof. Forrest Dabney Carr left on day.

the midnight train over the Atlantic SAN :

Coast Line for New York city, wherehe Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Hendricks, who Try
will remain for the next ten days. 'have been visiting friends in Orlando

Ii II on Pine street, left yesterday after-
Mr. and Mrs. R. Duffield, who have noon for their home in Somerville, JUANWe

been spending several days in this Mass. 1

section sightseeing, left yesterday afternoon -

for points farther down the Mr. J. Ralph Peebles, general man- CHOCOLATE ICE CREAM SODA
state. They will return to Orlando ina ager of the Tavares & Gulf railroad,

couple of weeks to remain until returned to his home in this city from I want to call your at-
they return to their home in Clen- Jacksonville, last night, where he had'
don, W. Va.E300. I,been on a business mission. tention again to the dance Whipped Cream served with all Ice Cream

feature in the
j Tourists located at the San Juan Cafe from
and Hot Chocolates *
I!during a visit to this section include atMcElroy's
9:30 to 11:30 every week
Mr. Geo. S. Marsh, Jr., New York;

FOR SALE I !Mr. A. A. McAllister Covington, Va.; day night. These dancesare

!Mr. Albert Johnson, Middlebrool,

g IN. Y.Mr.. informal-just drop in

Leonard F. Blanker, the popu- and either dance or. watch

h-- -- lar representative of Rouse, Hemp- Pharmacy
acres, of unimx stone & Company, gents' furnishings, others. This is somethingnew

pine land 1. fine' .Baltimore, left yesterday for Kissimmee to Orlando but has

and other points in the South in A
fruit land big
: ,
the interest of his firm. been very popular in the .
fl' of it has clay Phone 20 .

and marl sub'soil. Si*u- Mrs. B. Z. Snow den, who has been large cities for two years.

spending several months in Baltimore -I I -
uate on County road The success of these -
returned to Orlando last night. I
within seven miles of Mrs. Snowden is the estimable wife 1 - --- L-
1I dances depends on :you. ---
Orlando. of the popular proprietor of the large I I .
I furniture establishment on the corner We guarantee that strict
54.40 an acre will buy of Pine and Main streets. I BANK ORGANIZED APRIL 16, 1906 *

I order will be preserved.
this tract and the proposition STATEMENT OF
is "cinch" as a Music by Grand theatre *

small investment. This ORLANDO BANK & TRUST COMPANY 1
Geo. A. Clark and wife Beatrice orchestra.

price is for quick sale. Clark, :Mr. and :Mrs. M. F. Turney, At close of business December 31, 1914. Condensed from report to the

'. If you want this land John W. French, Long Hill, Conn.; Comptroller.

Mr. and )lr". W. II. Clark, Lake
call on JloI'Rt"ry. N. J.; Mrs. J. L. Lamb, RESOURCES LIABILITIES fc

1S. 'Honn.1 lVf, N. Y.; W. C. Harrington. and Discounts ________$414,569.17 Capital Stock ______________$100,000.00
PittiriiurK" !I'lt.; Mr. and Mrs. M.
Overdrafts --------- ----- 1,102.37 Surplus and Undivided Profits 38,039.1Loans \)
K. 'f1k'on' tanning, Mich.; J. A.
-' Stocks and Bonds ____:_____ .33
Ilurroutr> ., .."ng: Hill, Conn.; Mr. and Bills Payable 60,500.00
S. G. Dolive & Son AHx-rl I'lrkrnnon, Orange City, Real Estate, Furniture and --------------

Mrs Fixtures _____________ 41,614.41 Due to Banks ______________ 494.48
Fin.; Mls K"'"' I Dickinson' Geneva
lske W....., MJ.! .. Jessie I Osborn, Chi- Cash on Hand and Due from DEPOSITS $457,228.63
REAL ESTATENo. Banks _______________ 172,957.88 :
t'AJPo; ; M,. U. I Munson, Orange

3 WEST PINE STREET City} Mrs. If. ... Moulton, Somerville,

Mans.: J. A. KMVAnaugh, Highlands i $656,262.16 $656,262.16 .

Second tae., I K,.: A. Frank 1'otttr, Candia, N.,H.;

Mrs- James 11, lunch, Chicago. .

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