Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00452
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: January 8, 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: VID00452
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Menace German Lines in Alsace $2,000 Has Been Expended on

Kaiser forcements Hurrying to Check Rein- A. C.1. RUN IN TWO SECTIONS EVENT SET FOR MARCH 12 OR 14 ONE BANDIT GOT $$40,000 WORTH New Be FeatureAdditionto Surface-Tent Will

Offensive Another Section of Six Pullmans Goethals to Give, Garrison to Investigation Brings to Light At Meeting January 21 Farrell Poultry House *

Berlin, by wireless to Sayville, L.I., Sped Through With Dele- Acept, and Wilson to Ac- and Causes Seizure Large Will Plead for Extensionof The fifth annual Subtropical Mid-

Jan. 7.-"The latest official bulletins," Behalf Amer- winter Fair will open February 9
gation Bound for cept on Amount of Gems From Our Over-Sea j
says the announcement made today with a new hard surfaced race track ,

by the imperial press bureau, "veri Haines City ican People One Man CommerceNew put in by the fair officials in 1914 ata

ties the public expectation that a fur- cost of $2,000, making it one of the
ther advance in the direction of War- Train No. 85 over the Atlantic Washington, Jan. 7.-The programfor Douglas, Ariz, Jan. 7.Thousandsof York, Jan. 7.-James A. Farrell fastest one-half mile racing tracks in

saw would be made this week. The Coast Line, due to arrive in Orlandoat the formal opening ceremonies at dollars worth of diamonds are be- president of the United States Florida. jl
the Panama canal in March was Steel Corporation, today announced
Austrian bulletin is featureless, only 6:41 p. m., was run in two sections lieved to have been located from Mex- "Instead of erecting new buildings
agreed upon this evening at a confer- plans for constructive nation wide
mentioning the efforts of the Russians last night. The first consisted of six ence at the White House just before ico City homes, being brought to the conference of business men, at the during 1914 the fair committee decided }
to continue an advance through the to expend $2,000, said H. H. Dick-
Pullmans and pasesd through Orlando the president left for Indianapolis.Those northern part of Mexico, accordingto second annual foreign trade convention -
Carpathians and heavy artillery fight son, president of the fair, yesterday A
ing on the front, north and south of without stopping. It was a home who conferred with the pres- Charles P. Hardy, collector of cus- at St. Louis, January 21 and 22- afternoon, "in improving, grading and

seekers' train and was en route to ident were Senators Overman, Hoke toms for the district of Arizona. This More effective co-operation by commercial A
the Vistula"Paris resurfacing the race track. The fair
Haines City, in Polk county. Smith and Gallinger and Representatives fact developed during an investigation and industrial, rather than committee really expended more

The other section was the "regu- Underwood, Sherley and Mann. following the arrest of Rafael financial interests, in the extension ofversea
Statement in
money in 1914 than previous years.
lar" and The principal guests of the Manzo former of the Benco is to be the -
Paris, Jan. 7.-Violent German brought a large number of govern- manager commerce guiding "No new buildings were erected, but *

counter offensive developed today in passengers, nearly all of them get- ment are to be representatives of Nacional of Nogales, Sonora, and seiz- principle of the conference. the race track improvement is one

and ting off the train when it stopped at South American governments. Thereare ure of gems valued at $40,000 which John Bassett :Moore, formerly coun-
the Argonne region about Verdun that had to be made, and while we ,
The the pasenger station. About sixty about twenty in alL were found in his possesison. senor of the state department and
, in front of Steinbach in were at it we spared no pains or
in the It is to be made an occasion to James B. of the
were party that dismountedat Forgan, president
air scouts report the arrival of important money in making it the best. The
bodies of reinforcements Orlando, all welcome additions, bring closer than ever before the governments FROM CHICAGOJ. First National bank of Chicago, and old track was full of holes and horses

many of whom it is expected will of the American continent, several other prominent business menof
the German We have
brought up to strengthen were endangered. now some-
lines in Argonne and along the Aisne. make this city their permanent resi- said Senator Smith after the con- C. Compton, of Chicago, arrived country-wide repuation, are among I thing that is a real feature." t

dence. ference. last evening over the A. C. L. for a the long list of speakers.
The Germans are evidently con- On a tour of inspection yesterday
The American fleet and the visiting ten days visit with his son, R. O.
cerned deeply at the rapid progress afternoon at the fair grounds with A
the French forces in this warships are to be reviewed by the Compton, who resides one-half mile that has been
made by Mr. Dickson progress
PRES. WILSON TO INDIANAExecutive guests. Then the canal will be form- south of Orlando. Mr. Compton has GREAT TRANSPORTATION i
section and the eastern wing of the made was disclosed. Things are be- to :
ally delivered by Col. Goethals,the with
invaders began the day with a terrific up occupied a responsible position ing placed in shape to meet the mon- ,
who built it. It will be
man acceptedby
artillery fire all along the line, the Standard Oil company for many ster crowds expected to assemble at !

concentrating on the region of Las- Will Be Guest at the Secretary Garrison. years. Orlando Twenty Years Ago Was the exposition in February. I

Hoosier Capital Today- Wilson is to formally accept the I Mere Railroad Stop With j
signy on the trenches held by the The fair committee has decided to

French at the crossing of the road First Visit to That canal from Secretary Garrison on be- CONVERTED TO BOOSTERSMr. Only! a Few Scattered I j:I place a large tent on the grounds in Ij 1 1I
half of the American people, the cere-
from LeFour de Paris to Varness,and City I Stores j which the baby show will be held' and :
monies to be held March 12 or 14. I 9
and Mrs. Wm. Case, of Hartford -
Chevauchee road and Last the
the Haute upon i lectures will be given. year

the works to the north of Verdun. Washington, Jan. Arrangements President Wilson leaves for the canal ,I Conn., who are spending their Mr. F. L. Grant and wife, of New I| fine arts building was used for thisi 1 1I
zone on the battleship between :March first winter in Orlando, muchin
These cannonades were followed at were completed today for President j are very York, are on a trip seeing Florida purpose but the throngs of people i
5 and 7. The to be taken from I I
party love with the and its surrounding
intervals by spirited infantry attacks, Wilson's trip to Indianapolis where I city and incidentally escaping the blizzard I caused so much confusion that the )
Washington will include besides the ,
but all were repulsed by the French he will address a Jackson day cele- country, and when they return weather that has been bursting water committee decided to use a tent this 1
president, his cabinet and the diplo- north in the will be boostersfor
who maintained their positions inviolate bration there under the auspices of I spring pipes and upsetting railroad schedules year. The tent will hold a largenvml'er
Elsewhere the matic corps. Among others will be Orange county and the City Beau- and will be 40x80
throughout. on the Indiana Democratic club. in the big city. of people

350 mile battle front fierce artillery The president, accompanied by Sec- .former Presidents Taft and Roose- tiful. They are pleasantly located at "Twenty years ago," said Mr. feet in dimensions.
velt and committee from I
duels were fought at a number of retary Tumulty and Dr. C. T. Grayson congress. the St. James. Grant, "I made a trip down the St. Thev poultry show this year will be j

scattered points but the weather con- will leave here at 7 o'clock to- Johns. The change in transportation on a greater scale than ever before. 1

ditions have been so bad that he operations night for Indianapolis, arriving there lOMSFIORT[ NOTICE MAY BUY HUNDRED ACRESHenry facilities from the old antiquatedboats To meet the demand and have sufficient '"

of an extensive character shortly after 1 o'clock tomorrow af- to the present floating palaces,, space for the exhibitors a long 1

have been impossible. ternoon. The party will go directlyto and the marked improvements of the 1 row of bird cages has been added to

Senator Kern's home for luncheon farm lands skirting the banks was a !!the east side of the poultry building.
Bell Presents Check at O. B. & J. Case of Virginia May
FRANK'S APPEAL BOND IS AP and call on his 14-year-old son, who pleasing surprise to me. Orlando was; This will be capable of holding many J
T. Co. With Alleged Forged Purchase Grove in the :
PROVED BY JUSTICE LAMAR was operated upon recently. then but a mere railroad stop with a :chickens.

After speaking in Tom Ai son hall, Signature-.Lands Winter Home few scattered stores. You have every |i J. H. Wendler, the poultry expert, ,

Washington, Jan. 7.Justice La- President Wilson will attend a public i in Jail District reason to be proud of your city and I I is here and reports that the coming

mar's approval of an appeal bond in I reception given by the Indiana Demo- its fine stores and beautiful resi-i.fair will see the largest collection of

the case of Leo M. Frank today completed cratic club, departing immediately afterwards I I. V. Bell, a young white man who I Henry J. Case, a large apple grower dences. No man would make a mis- fine poultry ever brought together in

the formality of the appeal to I for Washington.In :has been around the city for the past in the Piedmont district of Old take by placing his money in Orlando -I the state.

the supreme court in so far as Justice his address, the first of a purely I month, yesterday afternoon presenteda Virginia, is in the city spending a real estate." In connection with the poultry ex-

Lamar is concerned. The bond assures -. political character since he became I Mr. Grant is registered at the Em- hibit it is noted that the Florida
check at the Orlando Bank and the Mr.
payment of costs in the event president, Mr. Wilson is expected to few days looking over city. pire hotel. [branch of the American Poultry Association -

that Frank loses. defend his administration and dwell I Trust company for $45, with the name Case has become infatuated with Or- I will hold its annual meeting
The next step will!l be the docketingof : upon the necessity of the country of F. L. Anderson signed to it. ange county orange groves and says THE PRACTICE 'I on February 9 and 10 the week of the O

the appeal. That can not be doneuntil I supporting the administration pro- 'i I The paying teller said he noticed he has an ambition to own the largestand Florida: Fair Friday; warmer. 'fair. The banquet of the asosciationI

the clerk of the Georgia federal gram pending in congress. that the Saturday fair. I is to be held at the San Juan hotel
signature .
t was not genuine best grove in the county.It .
in which the habeas .II I 11. The
court corpus proceedings [Thursday evening, February
I|I and had scarcely looked at Bell is now very probable that he 1
originated, certifies a record exhibit at the fair grounds will be 1I
: before he took leg bail and lit out. will buy land and prepare a grove of
ot the supreme court. Georgia cannot FOR lWENTYFIFTH SEASON."v. I REFUSEDBut TO COMMENT(I elaborate and comprehensive. 4
.I i The officers were notified and in avery 100 acres in the Winter Home districton '
ask to have the case advanced for i | No effort has been spared by the
i: short time had arrested the Sand lake. 1
early hearing until it is docketed. I officials to place the grounds in 1
young man and placed him in jail. Mr. Case has made in the
j D. Galpin Again Returns to i, ap- Californian's Actions Speak; [an excellent condition and make all i
ple culture and is a man of unlimited
TOBACCO CROP IN CUBA COMPLETELY t- the City Beautiful to Hi- Louder Than Wortf5, necessary repairs.
means so may reasonably
TOLD Orange, Osceola, Lake, Seminole
bernate Will Remain in
.1 for Another expected that he will put the model Volusia /'
UNSEASONABLE RAINS land counties are embraced
Season A jolly party of fourteen gatheredat grove of the state in Orange county. OrlandoMr.
I i in the asosciation and will have splen-
the home of Mrs. A. W. 702
,.1 \ j did exhibits this showing their
Havana Jan. 7. Heavy unseasonable year
Mr. W. D. Galpin, one of Orlando's Broadway, for an all day, old fash- TO ATTEND EPISCOPAL MEETING W. E. Brown, of Sacramento,
rains which culminated in a torrential 1 resources and products. These exhibits -
oldest and most prominent winter residents ioned quilting bee. CaL, who is spending the winter in !'
from the various
counties will
last night
downpour completed
the destruction of the tobaCC)-I j| is again in the city for his The quilting began at ten o'clock, I Orlando is very much pleased withthis ': be held in the fine arts and horticul- ;

twenty-fifth season, looking as well ;and sewing progressed diligently un- Bishop and Mrs. Cameron Mann
section. lie the callers i tural building, as in
in almost all sections of Cuba was among i past years.
crop and jovial as he did the first day he til twelve, when the hostess called and their daughter, Mrs. Fisher, and i
The cane also was injured se- I at the Sentinel office Johnny Jones' big shows are quar- 1
sugar j landed. As usual he is his the to the dining where left yesterday
making party room a Mrs. R. P. Cobb, yesterday morning I 1
the fair
tered at grounds for the
riously. In locations it is yielding re-
many I; home at the Summerlin and is receiving luncheon was served, making us once j! over the Atlantic Coast Line for afternoon but did not offer any com- : !
only about half the normal mainder of the winter and the helpers
pro a most cordial welcome refreshed to take at'' between the Golden '
j from more our places Miami to attend the Episcopal convention parisons State all the
are getting paraphernalia in i
I many friends. the quilt. i which meets in that city to- and the Land of Flowers. He simplysaid
Many mills have suspenderinding sugar ,
As the work the .
while awaiting the drying progressed quilt j day. "I like Orlando and shall remainhere month. Much painting and repair I!.
HOLDS LABOR LAW UNCONSTI- was rolled up, making it too small I j !
: :work is being done
out of the fields. That postponementit + for some time. on wagons,swings
t I' for all to quilt, so those who could CRUISER DAMAGED
is feared, will result in a large part TUTIONAL and equipment.It
not keep at it played games, but soon I I
announced that
of the remaining unground wher 1 was yesterday
crop resumed their work to' give the others -1 Copenhagen, Jan. 7.-A, special dispatch CATHEDRAL. STETSON
the civic for the
the regular rainy season begins. I Phoenix. Ariz., Jan. 7.-The United a chance to rest. I to the National Tidende from is parade with opening day
meeting from all
States district court today held The Cathedral school basket ball success
I un- Some of Mark Twain's sketches Constantinople says the former German classes of business It is
HERE FROM KENTUCKY constitutional the Arizona "twenty girls are going to DeLand on Satur- men. expect.*
i read aloud by Mrs. Edwards were so | cruiser Goeben, which now flies ed that nearly 100 different

I per cent alien labor law. The de- amusting that even the most critical I the Turkish flag, struck two Russian day to play against the Stetson girls.A will be in interests
represented the
Misses Lillian and Willie Southgatarrived *e i" cision holds< that the law violated thee coudl not help but be pleased. !' mines in the neighborhood of the Bos- lively struggle is expected as the Mr. J. F. Watkins monsterpageant has

yesterday afternoon on thi I fourteenth amendment to the United 1 The party came to a close when it i+.I'phorus and was seriously damaged. Cathedral school bunch has not been charge of

Tampa Special from Southport, K)p., I States constitution, which guarantees grew dark all too reluctant to bid ', She has two big holes on her waterline defeated this year. ture. arrangements for this fea- _

to spend the winter. These young ladies i equal protection to aliens and citizens good-bye. I I and it will take two or three

are very popular in Orlando am:I'' of the United States Those present were Mrs. \V. A. Ed- months to repair her. TO VISIT RELATIVESMr. TO
are sisters of Mrs. B. Drew and Mrs;.1 The case is to be carried to the wards, Mrs. G. R. Ramsey, Mrs. A.I I This fact, the dispatch adds, has ON BUSINESS

N. P. Yowe1LNew United States supreme court. Under Kenrick, Mrs. O. G. Hall, Mrs. been kept secret from the people at and Mrs. M. H. Couch arrived Orlando was represented in DeLand

I I' the law which was passed at the lasts Thompson, Mrs. Dr. Thompson, I''I Constantinople. yesterday afternoon on the 'TampaSpeciaJ yesterday by Attorneys C. P. Dicken-

Florida and Orlando postcardf : election it is provided that employV F. T. Harrington, Mrs. G. M. }Mrs.I''I from Senoia, Ga., to visit son, Victor Starbuck Jos. H. Jones

f and booklets, late magazines, dail; |ers of more than five persons must Miss May Devine, Mrs. E. S. Indianapolis, Jan. 8.-The sixty- their daughter Mrs. Geo. E. Nolan,, 1 and Worthington Blackmail. They

j papers. Curtis & O'Neal, Orangiavenue. e I have at least eighty per cent. Ameri- Mrs. G. L. Cary, Mrs. Merritt , ninth legislature convened here yes- wife,of the popular cashier of the Orlando *, were called to the county seat of Vo-

a- I j can citizens on his pay roll. Mrs. G. M. Sweet. I h terday. It is Democratic. Bank and Trust company. (jlusia county on legal matters.


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HOTELSTHE Circuit of the State of Florida for Orange
C.antT-BiU in Chancery to Enforce Tax OUR NEW PENNANTS
Apoka Fla. Jan. 6.-Miss Kittie Lien. ,
City of Orlandovs. s

Vanderpool of Maitland who spent Unknown. land described as the west 51.5 feet Have you noticed them in the Pine street I
WINDERMEREChoice several days here as the guest of the of the north half of lot 1 of block: "G" of window?
Parramore Addition.To They are not made of cheap cotton I
family of H. H. All Whom It
Witherington has May Concern:
Location All Modern Conveniences Upon application to the City Solicitor. it is shoddy with the letters pasted on. Every
returned home. hereby ordered that on or before the March pen II
I Excellent Table Good Water Reasonable Rates Rule Day next being March 1. A. D. 1915. in nant we sell is of the highest grade wool felt
W. R. O'Neal
Judge and
Mr. H. H. said court you appear to and answer the bill
On Beautiful Lake lucerne Orlando of filed. and set forth the nature of your respect with felt letters stitched on with
Fla. Dickson Orlando were in Apopka Ire interests in. rights to. or liens upon real silken I
estate situate in the City of Orlando
and described If there
Tuesday and held a conference with in the bill as unknown land describedas was any way to make a better

Home Comforts Service Finest Rooms in City our board of trade relative to the I of the block west"G"51.5 of feet Parramore.of the north* Addition.half of lot pennant we should have them. New, original '

Apopka exhibit to be given at the It is further ordered that this order be published designs of
in South Florida Sentinel a newspaper beauty.
Sanitary Inspection Rated 100 Orange county fair this published in said city, once a week for
year. four successive weeks prior to said rule day.
Mr. G. E. Smith of Springfield, Witness my hand and seal of said Circuit W. S. BRANCH
t Court this 7th day of January. A. D. 1915. ,
Tenn., was a business visitor in our (Seal) B. M. ROBINSON.
i THE NEW GRAND town one day last week.P. 1-8. 15.Clerk 22. 29STEAMER Circuit Court. Orange County. The Arcade Book and Music Store

: HENRY BARTLETT., Prop. W. Sharp and fan.ily have re-

E turned home from a visit of several RETURNING -
days with relatives' in South Carolina.

European Plan 15 West Pine SI., They report a most enjoyable trip. Seattle 'Vash.-The Great Northern The'arket:

? Rooms with Bath Orlando, Fla. Hon. Royal C. Dann state railroad liner Minnesota the largest cargo OF CLEANLINESS
commissioner, was a business visitorin carrier in the Pacific and the largest OF QUALITY

Apopka a few days ago. vessel flying the American flag on OPPOSITE POST OFFICE f

TOURISTS ATTENTION! Billie Witherington will leave the any ocean will return to the Oriental FRESH AND SALT MEATS
latter part of this week to return to service immediately having been laid Kept under the beat sanitary conditions.

i E We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando Tuscaloosa, Ala., where he is attend- up since last September it was an- Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh ,
I Prepared by our New York Cook ing nounced. and pare.We .
Mr. Williams of Wilmore Ky., ar- The Minnesota: will sail for Hong !
r 100 Rooms Bath rived a few days ago to visit his sister King February 6.FOR. invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
Heat. $1.00 Mrs. Holmes, of this city whomh everything in the Meat Line.

t Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water Mrs.ehas Holmes not seen was in twenty-four delighted to years.have SALE H. M. Self & Co.

her father visit her here. Terms to Suit Purchaser
Good citrus and truck land, cleared PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
EMPIRE HOTEL Henry Sticht has purchased throughH. in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots, on
H. Witherington, of the American brick road to be built this year, two
54 Light Realty company three lots from S. miles from Orlando. Phone 1024 4
Housekeeping Rooms rings or write H. G.
Jackson R. F. D.
W. Eldredge, near the Seaboard de- No. 2, Orlando for
pot, and will begin at once to erecta 1-7-lmo appointment. JONES GOES JUST THE SAME

ROSSMORE INNWindermere business house on same. This is .

i another have.improvement that Apopkawill FOR SALE

W. B. Davis, representing the No. 1. One hundred acres, locatedon
New and Modern
Fine Boating, Bathing and Fishing Southern Growers lake front one mile from city lim-
has been
Will serve Luncheon. Club and Auto Parties in Apopka several days and lookingover its good; six house hundred and outbuildings.bearing fruit$8,000 trees;; My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen

PHONE 1019 for RATES the situation here has finally de- easy terms. months has not its
changed schedule but leaves
cided to erect a modem equipped No. 2. Forty acres virgin pine tim- at the

-- packing house to handle the fruits ber three-fourths land, on south mile from side of railroad lake front sta- same time it always has. \

and vegetables produced in and tion. $1,000.No. .
THE OSCEOLASTEAM around Apopka. If he receives the 3. Seventy-five acres, on lake TIME TABLE
proper encouragement work will start front one-half mile from Forest City;

at an early date on erecting the ,eight six acres room bearing house.orange$4,500 grove; terms.; good Das Leaving Orlando, in Front ol Evans, The Jeweler.o

HEAT THROUGHOUT building.A No. 4. Twenty acres, four miles
movement is being agitated hereto from the city on lake front; twelve WEST
Magnolia and Robinson Ave, J. W. HURLEY acres bearing BOUND EAST BOUD .
plant tomatoes this season and if orange grove; orange Read Down Read Up

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. MMMIillllllllREAL one hundred acres planted to toma- grapefruit now on trees. $6,500; I A.M.JA.M. P. Di.'A.M.! P.M.: P. 1\1.

toes this spring. terms.
No. 5. Lot 70x190 feet on brick Orlando 6.30'10; .15 3:00 9.30 1.30! 6.00
Rev. George D. Reeves, pastor of street ,
; high class neighborhood. Ocoee
ESTATE the Methodist church here, preachedhis 1000. 7:3OI1.15 4:00 8.30 12.30! 5.00 \
first sermon for the conferenceyear No. 6. Thirty acres near hard sur- Winter Garden 7:45 11:30 4-30 8.15 12.15 4-45
face road; one mile from railroad Oakland 8. !
this .00
at place last Sunday morn- I;-- 4:30 8.00!-- 4.30
station on lake front; four acres
ing from the text "Thou Art the budded grove; six hundred boxes of _
Man." The church was filled and fruit; one hundred and fifty thousand
every one was highly pleased with feet virgin pine timber. $3,000.
We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate. the able sermon.A J. E. CRAWFORD
Office Orland Hotel.
If you want to'buy or sell the earth it will men's Bible class has been or- 1-3-lrao
pay you to call ganized at the Methodist Sunday

and talk your wishes over with us. school here known as the Apopka Read the clasined ads.

Wesley Bible class. There is an en-

The manager of this firm has had years of experience : rollment of about twenty members .

and at a meeting of the members last -For FineWATCH :

dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a : Tuesday night the following officers ..-.
: were elected: J. J. Anderson, pres CLOCK and
million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last ident; Gen. Geo. W. Tibbetts vice- JEWELRY REPAIRINGcall BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS

two years. : president; C. R. Young secretary; I LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS I
: Wm. Gage treasurer; D. W. Clark on C. VATER who e
Effective from 1, 1914 to August .
We are well posted on the value of all classes and I: teacher; A. A. Clark, assistant teach is an expert at this trade I 1,1915 and guaranteed August against any reduc-
er. The following committees were .
kinds of Florida We : with many years experience tion during that time:
property. want listed with us all also appointed and confirmed: Mem

bargains in Real : bership committee B. F. Wilson W. at Youngs Repair ShopOpp. Touring Car $555.00 e
Estate, and we want customers for Real : L. Pannell Ernest Perry; social committee i ..

Estate Bargains. J. Augustus Hale William Post Office; Pine Street Runabout 505.00 .

: Gage Ernest Perry; devotional committee F. 0. Orlando.. AH cars fully equipped.

:| Matthew Hale J. F. Briggs,
arther.. we will be ablo I..btsia the asarlaam efficiency
: Henry Holtz. The class motto adopted In oar factory production and the minimum cast in ear
was "All for Christ." The class purchasing and salts departments if .. rash an outlet of
...*. cars between the abo.. dates.
will hold regular weekly meetingsand And should we reach this PrMvcti_ wo agree to pay astk.
WARING HEAL L ESTATE COMPANYR. take up the study of the Scrip- W.yer'. >li ar. from lit t. !" per ear (an or ab.itAarast

tures as well as to study the regular Ford ear I.U15 between) to every Aarut retail 1. 1114 buyer and who Aarast parchases 1. 1J1S a sew

Sunday school lessons. DR. L H. RAMSDEU For farther particular regarding these low prices and proflt-
D. WARING, Manager The Tower Hardware company have sharing plan. SM
moved into the new building where OPTOMETRIST
? Rooms 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115tf they are now ready to meet all their (Succewer U Dr. O. 1-'. Lal-: F. G. RUSH, I.

friends with that pleasant smile thatwon't ORLANDO, FLORIDA Phone 226

rub off, and where they are WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES (

ready to show bargains to customers. AND DO ALL KINDS OF
MtllllltMIMMM M. M MMMM . , . . . . . . . O 'nCAL R1 AIRING

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT of the 7th Judicial
Cir.8it .1 the State of Florida for Orange
Coanty-BUI in Chancery to Enforce Tax
_. Lien.

r Hammond ore-. is Unknown City Addition.To Upon hereby All of vm.Whom Orlando application ordered.land It described May that to on Concern the or in City before Patrick Solicitor.the Second March it Th FI ri ida a R al B mt & Iny tDmnt C Co.

Kale Day next being March 1. A. D. 1915. in I

, I f RIB[ AL DIRECTORS AND EMBAlMERS. II said filed court and set you forth appear the nature to and of answer your respective the bill-
Capital $50,000. Fully Paid
interest in. rights to. or liens upon real Up.
estate situate in the City of Orlando and described -
REAL VALUES in the bill as the southwest quarterof
LOW PRICES 0I lot S of block 1 of W. A. P.trick'cond
In Florida Therefore Under State Control
Addition to Orlando less the north 3.6 feet). Incorporated ; ,
It is further ordered that this order be
published in the South Florida Sentinel a
ne..papnpubliabed for. four successive. weeks in said prior city to once said a week role LL propositions offered by this Corporation are exclusivelylisted

I OUR FURNITUREWe day.Witness my hand and seal of said Circuit A with us, at the same time can also be bought throughthe
I Court this 7th day of January. A. D. 1915.
' provide the quality furniture that has loo* (Seat Clerk Circuit Court.B. M.: Orange ROBINSON.County. purchasers Agent, as we need not to secret our proposalsfor

! been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the 1-8. 15. 22. 29 anybody, the deal has to be closed at our office. This means

standard of merit. If an article here it is good. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT of the 7th ..J.ciiri.lCinait protection for the seller as well for the buyer. With our Bank
wouldn't'be here were it otherwise. We ca .'t make .f the State of Florida for Orange
l this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stones Lien.Coo.ntT-Bill in Chancery to Enforce Tax Guarantee furnished to the purchaser, if requested. Having confidence -

I of this business, and that means much to any buyer. I City of vs.Unknown.Orlando to all our offerings, we advance 75 per cent of the purchase -

ship 22 south land described range 29 in east.section 26. town- price at six per cent. interest, even on unimproved land. We
McNEDLL & DAVIS To AU Whom It May Concern:
BLOCK Upon application to the City Solicitor. it is hold today over one million dollars of properties in city lots, city
hereby that on or before the March
, Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SI., Orlando Fla. aid Rule court Day next you appear being March to and 1.answer A. D. 1915.the bill in and country homes, orange groves and uncultivated lands. Our

J filed and set forth the nature of your respect books to all investors if such inducements will appeal to
iv. interests! in. rights to. or liens upon real open you
= .w estate situate in the City of Orlando and described
I in the bill as: Begin 115 feet north of -take the trouble to climb up one High of stairs over the Peoples
the southeast corner of the southwest quarter
01 sag section z:.. run thence west 132 feet, National Bank, and consult. .
Up t* date paianng, papering eta, Don't north 65 feet east 132. feet, south 65 feet to
wait for every one la town to beginning. loa streets.It
is the kind you want. Where to get! have Entrican the painter before is farther ordered that this order be published HENRY BENEDICT President
it? That's easy phone 636. W. 1. you try. Am too busy to look yen pablwbed in the South in said Florida city Sentinel once a week a newspaper for ..
Entrican. 1-20-tf tut._ Phone 636, and I will be on the four successive weeks prior to said rule day.
'. 1-20-tf Witness my hand and seal of said Circuit Phone
Court this 7th day of January. A. D. 1915. Office over Peoples National Bank. 570
(Seal B. M.: ROBINSON.
.- Get the news in The Sentinel first Get the news in the Sentinel first. Clerk Circuit Court. Orange County
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Bleached and Turkish Bath Towels

Brown Muslin Hemmed Heavy Weight

I 10 yds for At THE BIG STORE 15c qnality69c.

r 1

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

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

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

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


Sale Starts Saturday January 2nd


Hundreds of other bargains not in this advertisement

. Secon.d Floor Ready-To- xrear 2JepartmeI.t. ;


All Ladle's Coat Suits and All Ladies' and Chidrens' Ladies' Skirts at Half Price Clearance Sale otLadies :

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

$6.00 Skirts at $ 3.00 ,
5.00 $2.50 Coats at $ 1.25
$10.00 Coat Suits at ---------- ---------------
$7.50 Skirts at --------------$ 3.75 -'
$12.50 Coat Suits at ---------- 6.25 $3.00 Coats at ---- -- -- -----$ 150 $2.50 and $2.75 Sweaters at ---$ 1.98
$8.00 Skirts at ---------------S.00 ''
, Coat Suits at $ 7.50 $4.00 Coats at $ 2.00 $3.00 Sweaters at $ 2.25 3
$15.00 ---------- --------------- ------------
$9.00 Skirts at $ 4.5Q '
Coat Suits at 9.00 $5.00 Coats at $ 2.50 $3.50 Sweaters at $ 2.89
$18.00 ---------- --------------- ------------
$10.00 Skirts at 00 !
Coat Suits at _________10.00 $10.00 Coats at $ 5 00 $4.00 Sweaters at 3 19 <
$20.00 -------------- : ------------ .
$12.00 Skirts at 6.00
Suits at __________$12.50 $12.50 Coats at $ 6.25 -------------- $0.00 Sweaters at 3 9g
$25.00 Coat -------------- ------------ .
$15.00 Skirts at $ J 5 Q
-------------- '
Coats at $ 7.50 $6.00 Sweaters at
at $15.00 $15.00 4.48
$30.00 Coat Suits ---------- -------------- ------------ j

- at $17 50 $20.00 Coats at $1000 Great RDeductionsdins.IkEvDening Wraps, $7.50 Sweaters at $ 5 48 1
$35.00 Coat Suits ---------- -------------- Evening ------------ ,.

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

at $25 00 $30.00 Coats at $15.00 We beautiful $15.00 Sweaters at 9.98 1
$50.00 Coat Suits ---------- -------------- are showing a line in all -----------$
the latest styles, they all listed
Suits at __________$30 00 $35.00 Coats at $17.50 are to go $18.00 Sweaters at 11 CQ
$60.00 Coat -------------- and go they will. -----------g .
I .
Goods Department 2nd Floor Juvenile Department 1st Floor Men's DepartmentCLEARANCE MEN'S ODD PANTS j
Floor Dress
CLEARANCE SALE OF ALL WOOL SUITS SALE OF MEN'S $3.00 Pants at -----______$%.>0
SUITS $3.50 Pants at _._
DRESS GOODS -- TONIGHT-First Show ------- $2.75
: ________ 7 p. m.
$3.50 Boys Suis at $2.63. --- $4.00 Pants at _____$3. 5
_________ Suits ___
at $3.00 $15.00 at $10.75
$4.00 Boys Suits Universal-Topical ------- $4.50 Pants at ___$375
45 inch Wool Crepe $1.00 quality.69c $4.50 Boys Suits at _______?3.38 $18.00 Suits at ______.$12.75 $5.00 Pants at _, ___$3.93
$1.25 quahty--7ge. --- ----- -? >>
in. Crepe
42 Stripe ____
45 in. Gabardine, $1.50 quality___98c $5.00$6.00 Boys Boys Suits Suits at at ------ _____3.75$4.50 "Animated Weekl Y. $20.00 Suits at .;--_______--_$14.75 $6.00 pants at -----------_--$4.75MEN'S

54 in. Broadcloth'Alb.t$1.75 quality$1.10. $8.00 Boys Suits at _________$6.00 Imp Drama, 2 reels $22.50 Suits at -----_16.75 -HATS
38 in. Crepe and ros, 75c.quality $8.50 Boys Suits at___________6.38 $1.50 Hats at --------__$1.15
4Je $25.00 Suits at ___. 0
--?------------- "The Mill}} Stream -------- $18.75
$10.00 Boys Suits at $7.50 $2.00 Hats at $L50L75
------ --------------
45 in. Wool Taffeta, 85c qU 2.ooy--59c $12.00 Boys Suits at $9.00 OVERCOATS $2.50 Hats at --------_______$

t 56 in.puality Beaver. ___Cloaking______$ __$L29 BOYS--HATS Sterling Comedy"Lizzie's $3.00 Hats at --------.: -$2.25
$15.00 Overcoats at $10 7- $3.50 Hats at $2.75
------- -------
54 in. Camels Hair Plaids, $2.00quality 50c and 60c Boys Hats -----39c F t une. .....,
$4.00 Hats at
. ,,_ __ ----------$3
___________$L29 75c Boys Hats ---------49 $16.50 Overcoats at ---? $11.75 -
54 in. Lambs Wool Cloaking, $3.00 $1.00 Boys Hats ___________69c $18.00 Overcoats at ____$12.75 MEN'S SHIRTS
quality _-______________$L98 $1.50 Boys Hats __________?98c Pay a visit to our Soda Fountain and Lunch- -- $1.00 Shirts at ________83c
One lot Wool Dress Goods, value $2.00 Boys Hats ________$1.48 eonette. Admission Free until 6.30 p.m. $20.00 Overcoats at ------.$14.75 $1.50 Shirts at --________$L19
up to $1.50, your choice for..48c $3.00 Boys Hats ?___?_____$1.98 Admission, Nights, Children, 5c., Adults, lOc. $22.50 Overcoats at ----__.$16.75 $2.00 Shirts at ----______$1.69

First Floor Shoe Department 3rd Floor House Famishing Department

Sale in Foot- GROCERY DEPARTMENT.-lst Floor '
Money Saving
Clearance Sale of I Blankets
wear for Men, Women and Children
FOR MEN 1 Can California Peaches, value______25c 3 Cans Lye Hominy, value__________40c and Comforts
sale C 1 Can California Apricots value______25c 2 Cans Cindarilla Peas, .value_______33c
$6.00 Shoes, C. H. Aldens, price.54.89 1 Can CaCalifornliforniiaa Pears, value
C. H. Aldens sale price3.79 3 Cans Tomatoes value
$5.00 Shoes 1 Can Cherri, value :::::
$4.50 Shoes, A. W. & W., sale price3.48 1 Can California Plums, value -_____25c 30c 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 j
Tan, Gun Metal, Patent and Kid 4 Cans Montarosa Corn value --____80c 4 Ibs. Extra Fancy Peaches value ____60c $3.25 COMFORTS FOR ------- 2.69

$6 Shoes, Wichert &Gardiner, sale$4.89 4 Cans V. C. Early J. Peas, value ____60c 3 lbs.Extra Fancy Roasted Coffee $1.05 $7.50 COMFORTS FOR ______ 5.98
$5 Shoes, Wichert & Gardiner, sale$3.98 .. \
$4.50 Shoes, Red Cross & Drew, sale $1.40. $1.65 $10.50 COMFORTS FOR
I price ______________________$3.33 LOT NO. 3 LOT NO.6.------ 1
$4 Shoes, Red Cross & Drew, sale! __$3.17 5 Ibs Lump Starch value -----______4uc 1 Ib. Cream Cheese, value ___________25c $1.50 BLANKETS FOR ----__ 1.29
$3.50 Shoes, E. P. Reed, sale price$2.79 7 Bars Lenox Soap, value -----______35c 2 pkgs. Best Macaroni, value ________30c J
$3.00 Shoes, Landis, sale price _____$2,29 1 Bottle Blueing, value ----________05c $3.00 BLANKETS FOR 1.98
2 k Mothers Oats, value 25c -------
____ ---------
6 Pearline, value
30 t
One Lot Ladies Shoes and Oxfords, $1.00 ------ c. .
2 Bars Ivory Soap, value ______lOc 6 Cans V. C. Cream, small, value _____30c
MISSES 1 cel. starch, value ________________05c 2 pkgs. Shreaded Wheat, value ______30c. BLANKETS FOR ------
sizes to 6,
One lot Misses Shoes 2V&
- reg. $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 Shoes at$1.98 $1.25 I $1.40 $5.50 BLANKETS FOR ----- 4.68
One lot Childrens Shoes, sizes 11V to 2, -
at ________-:___________________$1.98 Your Choice of Any Lot For $1.00 $9.00 BLANKETS FOR ------ 6.49
One lot Ladies Felt Romeos and Slippers
,regular$1.50 and$2.00 value$1.19 $20.00 BLANKETS FOR ----- 16.79.. I ii iiExtraordinary

I 2nd Floor Millinery Depar't _2nd_ _Floor_ _Millinery_ _ _Depar't_ _
__ __ __ _

Untrimmed Hats f i Ladies'Trimmed Hats

- Your untrimmed choice of shape any $$2 9B I Your trimmed store choice value Hat of in any the to$$5 0 n
L value to $8.50 u
for .up. . Orlando I Largest Store, Quality Did It. $30.00 for . .

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Indian Commisisoner L. A. Spencer; .

who has been spending several dayson :

his old camping ground, left yesterday -
morning for Miami.

Mr. and Mrs. Jas. A. Russell arrived -

in Orlando yesterday afternoonto

spend their second season in this

section. They are from Louisville

Ky., and are very much impressedwith
the many improvements made "" '.- > : -=.\ ,
: :
since their last visit. : :.: :;::,, : "

Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Farris are expected a

to arrive today from Danville,

.,- -. Ky., to spend the remainder of the ... .
A THRIFTY NATION IN 1915. season with their daughter, Mrs. Geo.
C. Keller. This estimable couple have .. .

many friends in Orlando who will Your comfort and prosperity for
.: One of the great lessons that come to give them a warm welcome. .

this nation out of the European struggleis -
a wonderful lesson in THRIFT.We Mr. J. W. Barker, representing the I H9H5 4
have come to realize as never be- Van Gleckland Company, of New

fore the importance of "providing for the York, manufacturers and distributorsof I
future "of being ready." acetylene plants, is in town nego- .
depends upon yourself and your'
Having a Savings Account-depositing tiating with F. J. Raehn to act as '
often-living within one's means, their local agent in Orlando and ad- connections.

avoiding reckless spending-these are joining territory.Mr. .

worthy habits that, sooner or later, pay
A savings or checking bank accountin
! excellent dividends. and Mrs. H. A. Ilildebrant, who
Open your Saving Account, cultivatethe arrived a day or so ago from New this institution is a positive step

habit of THRIFT. One Dollar will York to spend the winter have pleas- forward.
start you. ant quarters at the St. James. Theyare '
very popular among a host of acquaintances .
are very much pleased Start now!
The State Bank of Orlando } .
with the City Beautiful and will remain -

until spring. '. .
'- -

Mrs. H. B. Nashburn, who has been ; '
.' .. ... '.
\ -:
visiting her niece, Mrs. J. M. Caruthers -

.at her_. home. on South. Lake : :Yj :: : ,
-- - { ?
street, left yesterday morning for her
LOCAL AND PERSONAL Capt. B. M. Sims, one of Orangecounty's home in Birmingham Ala., stopping
, distinguished citizens, was : en route to visit friends in Valdosta,
') in the city yesterday from his homein Ga. It was her first visit to Orlando i ( M
: of Lake Weir, .. ; ;
J. G.
Mr. Spurling - "
Ocoee. but she was highly pleased with the -
is in town looking after: the interestsof J' (
city and its environments. . .
his firm. Rossmore Inn, at Windermere, will : [ r ." II. D ti "I'D"'c

York serve a special chicken dinner Friday ARRIVALS AT THE NEW GRAND : -i . ." . ..
Mr. L. A. Lingerman, of New
followed ,
night by dancing. Phone 4'
city, arrived in Orlando today and is

registered at the Empire.Mr. 1019. 1-7-2tc Fauer W. ,P.Bridgeport Loveless,, Chicago Conn.; ;Mr.Arthur and :;.,. .., .' . ....... :. ,, : .::>;::. .',: .... :. h' ",. "j ':',:" .':. : ::. ::.:A.".':(:. :.:..:'

Mrs. W. P. Pillans and little daughter Mrs. J. F. Short, Orlando, Okla.; .. .
Mayo Dade, of Arcadia, repre-
senting Chase & Company, spent a Laura, who have been visitingher Miss Clara Short, Orlando, Okla.; W. h__._____ __
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Robinson Lemington and wife, Muncie, Ind.;
couple of days here this week.
returned to Lakeland last even- B. G. Benson, West Tocoe Fla.; W. L. -

of the ing. Garrett, Tifton, Ga.; Chas. H. Buck,
:Mr. J. M. Williamson, one
substantial citizens of Gabriella, was Tampa; Fred Kiffer, Kenton, Ohio;
Mrs. S. S. Jones and children ar- S. M. Robbins, Toledo, Ohio; J. T.Gauden. .
the visitors in Orlando yester-
among rived in Orlando last night over the Birmingham, Ala.; F. N. '

day. Atlantic Coast Line from Savannah I Rafferty, Robinson, 111.; F. G. Ray- i
to join Dr. Jones, one of the leading' Robinson Kohn Buf-
Mr. and Mrs. Brokaw, who have a ner, Ill.; F. J. Try
pretty winter home on Daniels street, chiropractors in the city. I falo, N. Y.

arrived in Orlando yesterday after- "
Mr. and Mrs. John Pasco, of Mon-
Take slant at the want ads.
noon from Hightown, N. J. I a
ticello, are among the prominent
Floridians stopping at the San Juan.
Mr. D. E. Freeman, general agent .
They arrived yesterday on the train CHOCOLATE ICE CREAM SODA
of the Atlantic Coast Line in Tampa, from Jacksonville.

was among the popular transportation

men in Orlando yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Welch, of Law-
Cream served with all Ice Cream
rence Mass., were among the recent Whipped
Capt. J. A. Harris, one of the bescitizens tarrivals
in the city for a short visit.
of Orange county, was down
They expect to divide their time be-
from his home in Winter Park pester- and Hot Chocolates atMcElroy's
tween Winter Park and Maitland.Mr. .
day, looking after business matters.

and Mrs. A. N. Parrott of Dud -
Hon. T. Emmett Wilson, one o; .
d buque, Iowa, were among the arrivalsin
Sanford's distinguished citizens ana The
the city yesterday from the north.
prominent and successful attorney,
They are taking in the sights of Cen-
was a visitor to Orlando yesterday. "
tral Florida.
-- Pharmacy
Mrs. Alice F. Haerlin arrived yes-

Ohio terday, and afternoon will enjoy from a stay Columbus of some,
length with her brother, Mr. Chas. B. Phone 20

Falor avenue., at his home on Fern Creek -

F Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sadler, Mrs. Mc =
r 2300 acres of unimproved Kay, Mrs. Smith and Mr. D. Thomas =

pine land, fine I It Tees motored to Orlando from Pine- you tried the r
f ola Farm, in Lake county, and spent
t truck and fruit land, big the afternoon shopping and enjoyingthe Quick Lunch open from 6 PROTECTION

f portion of it has clay sights in Orlando. COMMUNITY I
a. m. till midnight? It is
f and marl sub'soil. Situ- I
Dr. Cecil Wright, who has been
our aim to make this a
: uate on County road visiting his sister, Mrs. P. F. Lau-

r within seven miles of bach, and other relatives, returned i J '
I strictly sanitary depart- The people of this comunity have now : r a
yesterday afternoon to his home in '
, Orlando. Richmond, Va. Mrs. Wright and son ment, right up to the min- at their command a positive and sure : .

54.40 an acre will buy will remain a while longer before returning ute. means of protecting papers and valuables .; .
this tract and the preposition to the Old Dominion State. against loss, the Safe Deposit Vaults of t"t" -

Everything cooked be- this institution
N is a "cinch" as a Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Brewer, of but
Modern ingenuity has produced one
small investment. This Cortland, N. Y., were among the passengers fore your eyes, not a corn- ,
theft lossor : .;
form of protection
price is for quick sale. arriving in the city yester- er that cannot be seen. sure . k
massive steel and con-
day on the south bound train over the destruction, the
If you want this land Atlantic Coast Line. They will spend Don't take our word for it, crete walls and armored doors such as we r .%.4 1 -I

call on several days in and around Orlando come in and take a look. have installed for the safe keeping of the s s
and then pass the remainder of the the -
of .
valued and valuable possessions r
season at Altamonte Springs. Our prices are reasonableand
members of this community.Neither t

: Mr. C. E. Kroh and family have service quick. If you fire nor water can reach the ;

'arrived in Orlando from Kansas of Safe Deposit Box in these l'I: a
S. G. Dative & Son City, find anything wrong reportto contents a '
\and for the next six months will make vaults; the cleverest cracksman can never }4 '
I their home here, having rented a very I the management and we gain entrance. The annual rental is but

REAL ESTATENo. fronting desirable Lake house Cherokee.on Palmer Mr.street Kroh, will see about it. This is trifling, making the protection not only =

3 WEST PINE STREET and Mr. F. C. Baxter are members of another new departure forus i the surest but the cheapest form of in-

the Florida Good Homes company and I surance.
and want to it
\ Second Floor have tasty and convenient offices in we see You are cordially invited to visit the -+ t

the Watkins Block. I succeed. Safe Deposit Department and inspect our .

vaults and their wonderfully interesting >s-

time-locked doors. -
A Rare Business OpportunitySmall

$1,000 growing to handle business proposition., well located Paying will aboul take 75 about percent OF1allO n Bank & Trust t C CoMpally

on investment. At present address S. F. J.,

care Sentinel office.

Don't answer ii.not interested. I .

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