Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00453
 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 9, 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: VID00453
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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, My Country More"Draws SIXTY MILLION S HOUSES H 0 R S E S WAR DEPT. TO TO WAIVE FIRING OBJECTION '--- ,--- -- ----' -



National Employment Bureau-Defends Watchful Waiting I LUCERNEH.
ONLY METHOD TO HELP VILLA Duke of Manchester Now on
Praises Administration and Declares It
:j Battle Front Will Not Get

Has Had Remarkable Record-Speech DESIRED BY FRENCHGOVERNMENT : I j Share of Zimmerman's L BEEMAN IS RE-ELECTED

Most Important in Years Mexico Millions

I To Park Commission-City inParadeMassey's
Indianapolis Ind., Jan. President Woodrow Wilson shied his hat R. F. Carmen Leaves for BlueGrass Juarez for Conference Cincinnati Jan. 8.-No part of the

into the ring for 1916 today. lie flung down the gauntlet to his enemiesand State to PurchaseAll With Gen. Scott I millions of the late Eugene Zimmerman Salary
made a vigorous defense of his policies in his long awaited address I Boosted-Bills Paid-
He Can will fall into the hands of his
before the Indiana Democratic club, of this, the Hoosier metropolis. I Liens Ordered ;
Discover I Washington Jan. 8.The war department son-in-law the Duke of Manchester
t He declared that the,people of the nation probably have had an oppor- announced tonight that
show whether believed his administration to be 1 I I if the provisions of the financier'swill
tunity to they a success or A committee representing Lucerne
Washington, Jan. 8.-R. F. Carmen, I there would be a conference at once
not. His audience took up his words and long cheers ending in "1916!" which are carried out. A report to this Circle property owners appeared before -
at EI Paso between Gen. Scott and
one of the best known turf men in the I
echoed through Tomlinson Hall gave prolonged approval to his challenge. country, left for Kentucky tonight Villa.It effect was verified today when counsel the city council in its regular ..
President Wilson announced himself in favor of a national employment l for the Duchess of Manchesterand meeting yesterday afternoon relativeto
with an order for sixty thousand is understood the result of this
bureau for the first time in his : the Zimmerman estate admitted
political career the brick assessments on that sec-
horses for the French government. conference will be that Villa will be
lIe staunchly defended his policy of "watchful waiting" in Mexico. lie that when the will is filed next week tion of the city.
Carmen stated that this order was allowed to atack Nato and drive the
held the to which had hada the duke will be left out in the cold.
Republican party up scorn as an organization not I Carranza forces into the United A motion was introduced by Com-
but an initial one and that he is
"new idea in thirty years" and declared that the courts of the nation must go- The duke is now with the British missioner Johnson which was unanimously -
States or to capture them in the city.
to purchase all the horses he can get I
adopt speedier methods of administering justice in the near future. I army in Belgium. adopted.The i
hold of. !There seems to be a disposition on
He called the people of the I motion was: "If the committee -
upon j I II I I i the part of the war department offi-
United States to cast their gaze upon j I { cials to waive objections against the of Lucerne Circle will procure the ;

the European war if they would be A CENTURY OF PEACE!I FRENCH STATEMENTParis i firing across the line in order that i iI MERCHANT SHIP SINKSEureka title for the city to all of the lake

satisfied with life in a free and peace- t i i i Villa. may settle the matter. fronts on Lucerne Circle the city will 1
ful republic."I !,' Jan. Tonight's midnight | Reports at the constitutionalist I release and rebate the owners of said a 1

love the Democratic party, but I : New Orleans Celebration Marks 'II official statement says: : agency here continue to indicate that I II Hits Rocks, Ten Men lake fronts from all the brick assessments i>

love my country more," he said. lie { 100 Years of Peace Between 'I "To the north of Eoissons we have | Gutierrez is a prisoner at Mexico Rescued, Fifteen Drift to now assessed against the said j
carried the German redoubt, capured I .
declared that whenever the Democrat-i properties.
English Speak- i City. His wife and family are reported Sea and May Perish as
ic party ceased to be a party that |I ing NationsNew I I two successive lines of trenches and to have fled to Laredo. Result of CrashSan The committee representing the Lu- 1
reached the third line. Three offensive 1
progress would leave it. j -I cerne property owners was composed

The president declared that the j Orleans, Jan. Celebration I I return attacks executed by the Francisco Jan. 8.-The steamer of D. C. Patterson chairman; LeRoy
Germans have failed. : Agua Preita Mex., Jan. 8.-ViHa
new currency act had been responsi- I B. Giles, and Charles Lord. .
I of the hundred years of peace be- arrived at Juarez today and will conifer Eureka of the Narrow Gauge line
"In the Argonne region violent -
ble for the first January in many decades -|i very The city of Orlando will be repre- i
in which the money stringencyhad tween English speaking nations was German attack at the heights of I with Gen. Scott probably tomorrow : ran into the rocks just outside Golden sented in the monster iCivic paradeset i

not occurred. inaugurated here today by a salute Lallaute Chevauchee was forced. At regarding the situation at Naco. i Gate at six o'clock this evening and for the opening day of the Sub- i

"The present congress has had the I' of 21 guns, marking the hundredth first we were forced back along one 'Several train loads of Villa's troops I is rapidly pounding to pieces. Twentyfie -' tropical Midwinter Fair in February. 1

most remarkable record of since kilometer of the front but we madea numberingIOC3., under General Ca- This was decided at the meeting.
any anniversary of the battle of Chal- members of the crew took to j
I attack and have bral, who have ben ordered by Villa
Louis C.
the civil war he declared The city solicitor Massey,
I mette. This conflict in which Andrew to.attack Hill's forces at Naco arrived the boats and tried to reach the shore.
The president's address was regarded .- positions. will hereafter receive a salary per
in all quarters by far the. I i Jackson triumphed over the invading at Juarez during the day. One boat containing ten men was rescued year of $800 instead of $100. This j'

most important utterance in his polit- .I British forces endedaccording NEW UNIFORMSThe I II I by the life savers but the second action \\z s.aken on a motion intro-

ical career and as a signal for all his to history-at 8:20 a. m., January !| HELP WANTED boat containing fiftpon meen, driftedout duced ,by :Mayor Sperry. _

supporters to rally to his side for his 8, 1815. The artillery salute which bell hops at the San Juan hotel to and searchers Harry L. Beeman was re-elected to
sea are now trying -
coming fight for the presidential re- opened the three days celebrationhere have been equipped with new uni- i A crippled father with three small to locate it. The Eureka which !the pack commission, which is pleasing j-
nomination.He today was timed to end at 8:20a. forms, all sparkling with gold trim- children the mother being dead, are news.
plies between San Francisco and Ventura -
left for Washington early this m. mings and six or eight brass buttons, badly in need_of clothing bedclothes, carried a cargo of merchandisebut The following paving estimateswere t
evening. the collars bearing the name of the'' towelss, cooking utensils and other I no certified for payment:

INDEBTEDNESS ONLY $313; hotel in gold letters. The blue uni- I articles. The public is urged to cooperate passengers. Alabama Paving Co.__ $2,908.03

At Indianapolis forms came yesterday and the pa- with Mrs. Topliff by leaving Copeland-Inglis Shale

Indianapolis Ind., Jan. 8.-Four Every member and friend of An- trons may now be guaranteed pre- contributed articles at the Orland ho CATHEDRAL VS. OCALA Hamilton Brick Co.Johnson_____________ 5,824.10 1,506.51

1 uy:; hours awaited President Wilson tioch Primitive Baptist church is mier service by the light footed and tel. This is a good cause and all citizens -

earnestly requested to be "hops." should The basket ball team of the Cathe- __ ____ __
today as his train bore him westwardto present on speedy help. Total __ ___$10,238.64The
address a public meeting arrangedby Sunday, January 10th. The memberswill dral school of Orlando will come to city solicitor collected delin-

to raise to cancel Ocala on Friday, the fifteenth, for a quent taxes for December amountingto
the Indiana Democratic club in
celebration of Jackson day. the indebtedness of the church which CANNOT TALK ABOUT WAR MORE BAGGAGE E HANDLEDA. game of basket ball with the "Wild- $195.44.On .

Upon his arrival about two o'clock, amounts to $315. cats" of this city. The game will be a motion by Commissioner

the president was to be met by the The past year's work has been a played on the court at the residenceof Johnson brick liens against Lucerne

members of the Democratic club and success. But of Course Other Subjects C. L. Doing Record Amountof Mr. Clarence Camp and much interest i Circle and East Central avenue prop-

escorted to the home of Senator Kern The church has been re-covered ,I May Be Discussed With Baggage Handling at is being felt in this game erty owners will be filed on January

for luncheon. Immediately after that plastered pulpit and choir stand built Impunity at TouristHeadquarters Present Time-B. M. among the basket ball enthusiasts.The 15.
Cathedral team has not yet been
choir stand furnished and interior
the president was to be taken to Tom- Very
I Busy defeated this season.-Ocala Banner. PEPPERCORN IS
linson hall to make his speech. wood work painted. The church has CONTRACTOR:

Members of the Indiana legislature been lighted by electricity. :Mr.: W. S. Branch states that on There is more baggage being han- WARIXG IS MANAGER BUSYF.
including the 47 Republicans and two Services all day Sunday. At eight
dled at the present time at the At-
and Friday afternoons at 3
o'clock m., sermon, communion and Tuesday A. Peppercorn contractor and
Progressives, arranged to attend the lantic Coast Line than before in
feet washing. I o'clock, there will be short addresses ever R. D. Waring has been appointed builder has sold to Mrs. Young the
meeting in a body. the history of the road. Mr. R. T.
Come and manager for the Remington :Motor: at the corner of North :Main:
After the speech a reception will help a worthy cause. given at the Tourists' Headquartersby Priester the accommodating property
I baggage in Florida as state agent for Mrs.
be held. Then :Mr.: Wilson and his R. A. McCloud pastor. several speakers. A taboo is to master, is certainly the right man in company street and Livingston avenue.
the Remington motor cars and acces- Young formerly lived at 303 West
party will depart about 6 o'clock on I be placed upon all discussions of the right place. He is "johnny on thespot'
I sories. is
Central aoenue.Ir. Peppercorn
their return trip to Washington. j wars, both past and present. and ever loses his nerve.
I building a five room bungalow for F.

Alights From Train T. L. Bridges recruiting officer. I GREAT PROGRESS W. Genung on Colonia Drive. He is

Columbus, 0., Jan. 8.-When Presi- came in :yesterday evening with a I i Spend $1.25 And Make Your also remodelling Charles Lloyd's resi-

dent Wilson en route to Indianapolis batch of recruits for the farm. James F. Watkins in charge of ar- dence at the corner of Concord avenue J

reached Columbus today, he alighted Among them was A. V. Hough, who I Orlando rangements for the civic parade for and Orange avenue. The bungalow .
A Real
from the train and shook hands with was convicted in Marion county of''! Pet DogizenIf the Subtropical Midwinter Fair, has for Jas. A. Knox is nearly fin-

persons on the platform.CALIFORNIA: the murder of his wife in Lake county I had pledged about 90 automobiles and ished.

two years ago. The case: was bitterly sixty business floats.ROSALIND .
1 you have a terrier or a bat-eared i clerk and the visitors issued forth

contested: having had three trials he bulldog or an English Brindle or an J from the sanctum councilorium up- I. 0.0. F. INSTALLATION'
IS NOT IN IT putting in the plea of insanity but I stairs everybody looked like they had CLUB NOTICE
he was given a life sentence.Raiford Airdale, or a poodle, or any kind of a j
j been through the mill.
Tribune. tail, i The business meeting of :
creature that has four legs a monthly
j j New Horse All Right No. l-'J:
This Section of Florida Is Far two ears and a bark, equip him witha the Rosalind Club will be held on i Seminole Encampment
I The Fire Department under the
Play croquet. Curtis & O'Neal I Monday afternoon January llth at Installs New Officers for
Better Than California fine bright and shining round brass guidance of Fire Chief Dean drove I I
have a large stock at low prices. Fouror 3:30 o'clock. I the Ensuing
Says Man Here From tag that looks like gold but isn't, I j through the main thoroughfare of the I II I
eight ball sets. ELOISE ROBINSON Secretary.
Illinois I I tears the words "1915 Dog Tax Orlando j I city :yesterday afternoon like Ben I Ii Year

No -," and costs $1.25.: There j Hur's chariot race, aH for the purpose

Dr. H. W. Dueringer and his mother "YOU HAVE SOME TOWN" j I are estimated to be 200 canines of } of testing out the new fire horse purchased ILLEGAL I SALE OF LIQUORSeveral Seminole Encampment No. 13 installed -

Mrs. Minnie Dueringer, of Elgin, !i I various breeds and sizes in Orlando j i recently to take the place of the following last night for

Ill., arrived in Orlando Thursday: ISo : and before they can become dog-izens j ::Martina who died Sunday. The new the ensuing year: W. II. Brokaw,

The doctor who will be here Quoth Ohioan Who Was in :'i'or Orlando they must wear the tags. j horse was pronounced fit. Cases of Liquor Violations chief patriarch; J. F. Schumann, high
evening. Since 1 six have
: January only tags : Tax Money I
Orlando Yesterday En i to Come Before the priest F. J. Kooney, senior warden
only a short time is enjoying the fine I been sold. i Taxes are pouring into the coffersof ; ;

climate. He is infatuated with Or- Route to ManateeRiver :I Parkway to Be Paved Tax Collector Boone. Soon all will Criminal Court Next A. W. Barlow, junior warden; F. A.

lando and made the remark that California I' The brick is there but the pavement be paid. Week Eaton, inside sentinel: H. K. Wood
f is not. That indicates the I Third Drunk Case in 1915
progress outside sentinel J. T. Dale
did not with this sec I I ; secretary -
compare :Mr.: J. B. Ramsey was among the that is being made on the new | Louis Allen a traveling man, R. S. When criminal court convenes

tion of Florida. :Mrs.: Dueringer is arrivals on the Coast Line train from I pavement between the fire house and i!JTwitchell, and J. A. Jackson all arrested Monday several important illegal sale ; F. L. Helms-treasurer.-

the mother of Mrs. D. A. Cooper and the North yesterday lie is touring the hall Three
city building. years i I by Officer Peel, were fined $10 of liquor cases will be on the docket.In .
will spend the remainder of the win- Florida and had heard so much about I ago the city council ordered the parkway in police court yesterday for exceeding W. H. Brokaw, P. B. Wicoff, J. T.
I the booze there
addition to cases
ter at the Cooper home No. 404 East the prettiest and most up to date city I to be paved. In December 1914 the speed limit. "Pinkie" Green Dale T. J. Rooney John Glendenning,
Pine street. in the state that he stopped be- the brick arrived-in the will be the Jordan case, the Lynn case !
over 1918 paving | arrested by Officer Bogarth was fined F. A. Eaton, and M. A. Zellers went

fore going to points on the :Manatee: will be nicely laid. $1 for violating ordinance at A. C. L. and several other well known .cases to Kissimmee last night to assist Kis-
THE WEATHER river. "You have SOME town here," Was a Lively Session II platform. Ed. Frazier arrested by concerning local people. Seventy-five
simmee Lodge I. Q.
was his remark when interrogated bya The city council met yesterday and | Officer Collins for being drunk, was occupation and business license cases F. in the con-

Florida: Fair Saturday and Sun- Sentinel representative. His homeis I, it was a lively session. When the I fined $2.50-the third drunk case in will probably be on the docket. Judge ferring of degtees on a number of

day. in Hamlet Ohio. 1 i commissioners the mayor, the city 1915. Warlow will preside. candidates. 1

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HOTELSTHE FULL REPORT OF will Board contriute adjourned a like to amount.1:30 p. m. WE NEVER TIREOf

Tuesday, 1:30 P. M., Jan. 5, 1915.-

Board met pursuant to adjournment, singing the praises of Crane's Linen Lawn Stationery. It isn't
WINDERMEREChoice with all members present. the "just as good" the "good enough" or "very good" kind. It
MEETING Upon motion, the Clerk was instructed is absolutely the finest Stationery made in America, and America -
Location All Modern Conveniences to ask the F. E. C. Railway leads the world in this class of manufactured goods. We

Excellent Table Good Water Reasonable Rates company to put a crossing at a point have it in all the correct sizes shapes and tints. Your social
: 5,240 feet south of the 21-mile! and business
COMMISSIONERS HELD AN poston standing is judged largely by the kind of Stationery -
On Beautiful Lake Interne, Orlando, Fla. said railroad, on the Orlando and you use. Furthermore, it is a real pleasure to write on the
IMPORTANT FIRST OF Lake Pickett road. genuine Linen Lawn surface. You know this if you ha.tried
There being no further business, it. If have never tried it
YEAR MEETING you a new pleasure awaits you rfz
Home Comforts Service Finest Rooms in City upon motion, duly made, seconded and letter writing. t

carried, the Board adjourned, subjectto t
Sanitary Inspection Rated 100 MUCH BUSINESS IS TRANSACTEDBoard the call of the Chairman. W. S. BRANCH, .


BUYERS AND SELLERSI The Arcade Book and Music Store
Has Full Program BeforeIt
BARTLETT., Prop. for 1915-l\Iuch Routien buy, sell rent, and exchange real
Business Was estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
over 30 years. Have handled over
TransactedMonday $20,000,000. Call and see ma. The 1a1t
European Plan 15 West Pine SI., 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.Don't .

. Rooms with Bath Orlando, Ha. 10 A. M., Jan. 4, 1915.- OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
" wait for every one In town to
Board met pursuant to adjournment. have Entriean, the painter, before OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

Present, M. O. Overstreet, chairman, you try. Am too r>usy to look you FRESH AND SALT MEATS f
TOURISTS ATTENTION! ,,''v Phone 636, and I will be on the Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
A. C. Starbird, J. L. Dillard, C. J. j.CO. 1-20-tl

We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando Sweet, and E. L. Brown, composingthe Everything screened away from the files, and kept fresh ,

Prepared by our New York Cook entire Board. Up L, date pai/Lung, papering etc., and pore.
is the kind you want. Where to get We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
The Board then placed 500
109 Rooms Bath Steam Heat. $1.00 names it? That's easy, phone 636. W. 1. everything in the Meat Line
of duly qualified citizens, drawn from Entrican. 1-20-tf

the body of the county, in the jury H. M. Self
& Co.
Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water box, from which the names of the FOR SALE

jurors who will serve during the year PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
EMPIRE HOTEL in respective courts will be drawn. Terms to Suit Purchaser
Minutes of previous regular and Good citrus and truck land, cleared,
in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots, on
54 Light Housekeeping Rooms special meetings read, approved and brick road to be built this year, two
signed.J. miles from Orlando. Phone 1024 4
A. Knox presented his bond of rings, or write H. G.Jackson, R. F. D. JONES GOES JUST THE SAME
No. 2, Orlando, for appointment.
: ROSSMORE INNWindermere $2,000 as member of school board. 1-7-lmo 1
Bond approved. B. Beacham, surety.
Letter from board of
county commissioners FOR SALE

New and Modern, Fine Boating, Bathing and Fishing of Hillsborough county received -
read and laid over for future i
No.1. One hundred located
< Will serve Luncheon. Club and Auto Parties reference. on lake front one mile from acres city lim- My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen

Letter from G. T. Whitfield, secre- its; six hundred bearing fruit trees; months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the
PHONE 1019 for RATES house and
tary of board of commissioners of easy good terms. outbuildings. $8,000; 'I j 1!same time it always has.

state institutions, in reference to hiring No. 2. Forty acres virgin pine tim-
state convicts by the county to ber land, on south side of lake front,
THE OSCEOLASTEAM work the public roads, received and tion.three-fourths$1,000. mile from railroad sta TABLE

read, and upon motion the Clerk was No. 3. Seventy-five acres, on lake Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front of Evans, The Jeweler.
instructed to write the commissionersof front one-half mile from Forest City;
HEAT THROUGHOUT state institutions that the countyof six acres bearing orange grove; good
eight room house. $4,500; terms. WEST BOUND EAST BaUD
Orange will take ten able bodied
Magnolia and Robinson Ave, J. W. BURLEY, Manager No. 4. Twenty acres four miles Read Down Read Up e
convicts to work the public roads.
from the
city, on lake front; twelve
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- -- Williams acres bearing orange grove; orange \\A.l\I.A.l\1.! P. At. IA.Ai. P. M. P. btu
Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round in respect to trees used on the bridgeat crop recently sold two thousand three
hundred boxes. Three hundred boxes
European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite the Little Econlockhatchie creek of grapefruit now on trees. $6,500; Orlando 6:3010.15; 3:00 9.30 1.30 6.00
received, and motion the Ocoee
upon subject terms. 7:301.15 4:00 8.3012.30 5.00Winter
matter was referred to Commissioner No. 5. Lot 70x190 feet, on brick Garden \
Brown. street; high class neighborhood. 7:45 11:30 4'30 ( 8.15 12.I5 4.45
$1,000.No. Oakland 8oo: ,;-- 4:30 8.00--I 4.30
Letter from Mrs. E. F. Gatlin as 6. hard
Thirty acres near surface
to the location of a certain road road; one mile from railroad -
through her land received. No action station, on lake front; four acres
4vt o lOB taken as the business had been already budded grove; she hundred boxes of
e jeutt fruit; one hundred and fifty thousandfeet
settled. i. virgin pine timber. $3,000.J. .
Communication from the Toso- E. CRAWFORD,
hatchee Ranch company received in Office, Orland Hotel. P
1-3-lno* t
respect to the erroneous assesmentof .
certain lands in township 24, range .
THE ARCADE HOTELJ. 34, received and read. The Clerk was
instructed to write the comptroller on -For FineWATCH

B. MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop. the subject. CLOCK and --
Upon motion, the of F. Ka-
First Class Restaurant Livery and Autosin JEWELRY REPAIRINGcall I BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS .
rel, as foreman of the road camp, is I ON FORD CARS
Building in Connections placed at $80 per month, beginning on C. VATER whois LOWER .
Orlando Fla. January, 1915. Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
an at this trade
Upon motion, Commissioners Dil- expert 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduce
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---- -- -- --- lard and Sweet are authorized to many years experience tion during that time:

IF YOU WANT A LUNCHworth have telephones put in the county
at Youngs Repair ShopOpp. Car $555.00
MMMM houses at Winter Garden and Pine Touring r

the money, come to Pope's Quick Lunch Counters. Our Castle.There being no further business, Post Office; Pine Streete" Runabout 505.00 _

food is not cooked in front of your eyes, where you are annoyed upon motion, duly seconded and car- F. 0. B. OrUndo.. All can fully 4ipp 4. .

with the odors and heat, but in our sanitary kitchen. Try a cup ried, the Board adjourned to Tues- I a rthe r. w, will .. able U .bUl the...az..!-... .fl1d..Q.
..J the eeet '" *"
of our Rowland Special Coffee, French Dripped. The price is day, 10 a. m., January 5, 1915. p"r: oar g f V t and ry .pivdaetira..1- 4eparteata If ww. rack as .. ...' .f
only 5c. a cup. We otTer you the best of service. Tuesday 10 A. M., Jan. 5 1915.- "0.18' can Mt..ft. tfc. ..... *.U..
The Board met pursuant to adjourn .' And ah..ld .e reach thin prodnctloa, we ear agree(_te..pal....a.,
Pope & Co.'s Quick Lunch CountersChurch ment. Allp.t the baler.kare 1.ltlS .. e.ry from tetail UI.te b.er per wb. ..re...ae 1I1i.. a sew
The Board proceeded to organize, F.n car between ...C. 1. 1511 cad A..t .
I l-
these Uw pike pn
Street. Open from 5 a.m. to midnight I and, upon motion unanimously carried I DR. L. H. RAMSDELLOPTOMETRIST For further partKalan regardiag
baring p1 see
M. O. Overstreet was elected .
chairman C. B. Robinson elected F. G. RUSH
IlilllllllMIMIIIIMMMIiniilMMMIMIMIIIIIIIIREAL ; (SueceMor tv Dr. O. t-. Likl..>
attorney for the Board, and W. T. .
Chapman was elected superintendentof
roads and bridges.Communication .
ESTATE from the Florida
Metal Products company received.

Upon motion, 25 per cent of the
amount of the bill was ordered paid,

We.bu d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If and peace Bond a, warrant district of S. B.was No.Self issued 3 as, sureties justice for same.of C.the F. FI ri a R al B tat & Inv tnmnt c Co.

you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call Ward and E. H. Doyle, presented and
and talk your wishes over with us. Petition of G. R. Ewing S. A. Dun-
t, away, et al., for road, received and Capital $50,000. Fully Paid Up.
i The manager of this firm has had years of experience laid[ over under the rules.
Letter from W. B. Willett as to the In Florida Therefore Under Slate Control
dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a Incorporated ;
condition of the road from Maitland

f million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last running east, received and read. offered this Corporation are exclusivelylisted
Board is not responsible for road LL propositions by

two years. ..within the corporate limits. A with us, at the same time can also be bought throughthe

We are well posted on the value of all classes and Petition, et aL,of received Dr. Lust and, Frank referred Howard to- purchasers Agent, as we need not to secret our proposalsfor

II the superintendent of roads and anybody, the deal has to be closed at our office. This means
kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all bridges and Mr. Starbird. With Bank
protection for the seller as well for the buyer. our

bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real et Petition al., to have of Joe M.Ward J. Alderman, O. P. Lock of, Guarantee furnished to the purchaser, if requested. Having con-

Estate Bargains. Taft, Florida, appointed inspector of fidence to all our offerings, we advance 75 per cent of the pur-

marks motion,and the brands Clerk, received was instructed and, upon to chase price at six per cent. interest, even on unimproved land. We

forward the petition with recommen- hold today over one million dollars of properties in city lots, city

dations of the Board that Aldermanbe homes and uncultivated lands. Our
and country orange groves

H WARING REAL L ESTATE COMPANY 15.appointed inspector of precinct No. books open to all investors, if such inducements will appeal to you

Petition of A. D. Connell, W. K. -take the trouble to climb up one fligh of stairs over the Peoples

\ Curry, et al, for the relief of Clinton National Bank and consult.
R. D. WARING, Manager Bounton, received. Action de Q

Rooms 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115tf ferred.Upon motion, the county agreed to HENRY BENEDICT, PresidentOffice

donate $50 toward paying for a page

in a book to be gotten out by the A.C. over Peoples National Bank, Phone 570 I

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CITRUS FRUIT I Pine Castle Fla., Jan. 7.-Misses
Clara and Isabelle Tyner, of Kissimmee GRANDTODAY

were guests at the homes of
Trees that have been grown by their grandfather, Mr. Jos. Johns,
expj t and experienced nursery- and their uncle, Mr.\ E. A. Johns during -
FLORIDA HAS LARGE a the holidays.

t men. AMOUNT Miss Beulah Hansel spetn Sunday

with her friend, Miss Mildred Mc

Kay, of Orlando.
Peach Trees, Florida grown, Where Shall We Get Our Fer- Mr\ Jos. L. Sunday arrived Monday -

budded onPASCO tilizers Is Large Problem at his home here after a visit of
Which Confronts the several weeks at Chattahoochee.
PLUM STOCK People Misses Frances and Billee May returned -

Saturday, having spent the A Selig special feature complete in two parts.A .

Washington, Jan. 8.-Present agri- holidays with relatives in Tampa. truly clever society drama.

We guarantee every tree we cultural practice prescribes the use of Mrs. Chas. Livengood and Mr. and

I three chemical elements as a "soil 1= Mrs. Wm. T. Livengood were guestsat I
ship to be first-class nursery !amendment a "stimulant for plant the New Year's reception at "The

stock, true to name and if prop- I growth," or a "plant food as it is Oaks," on Lake Jenny Jewel. "
guarantee !variously put. These three elements Mrs. Jos. Griffin and two children, "Their Little Drudge
erly set we e every of Kissimmee, and her mother, Mrs. ,
'\ when applied to the soil in which a
i tree to grow or to replace same crop is growing have been found by McCullom, of Georgia, who is visitingher A Biograph drama.

t 1 without cost. practice to afford an increased crop spent Wednesday with Mr. and
I \ Mrs.\ Jos. L. Sunday.Mr. .
yield. They are phosphorous, potassium -
y I and nitrogen, spoken of by the and Mrs. Lionel Homan, of -

( respective trade terms of phosphoricacid Atlantic City, N. J., are stopping at
If you are looking for first- potash, and "ammoniates." the Lake View Inn. "THE MAN HATER

class nursery stock, do not fail In the commercial fertilizers phos- The Christian Workers of Union

phoric acid is found in the form of Chapel will give a supper in their A Selig comedy.
to send for our latest catalog, work
rooms on Saturday evening,
calcium phosphate, which is bone
which is yours for the asking. phosphate, or rock phosphate, usually UneedaBiscuit January 16. The supper will be

treated with sulphuric acid to renderit served for 25 cents. All are invitedto

soluble. Potash is found as a salt attend. HEAR .
The Thomas NurseriesBruen or salts of potassium, either sulphateor Baptist services will in all proba-
Tempt the appetite, bility be. held this Sunday in Union
chloride, and the "ammoniates,
" as :
please the taste and Chapel, though it is not definitely "
salt of
inorganic ammonia, am-
Webb Building nourish the body. known. "T"4T
monium sulphate the inorganic sals ORCHESTRA
Crisp,clean and fresh.
Rev. D. Jones will his
King preach
TAMPA - FLORIDA of nitric acid, sodium nitrate and inorganic 5 cents.Baronet .
first of the the
of sermon year on reg-
compounds nitrogen, cal-
ular Methodist Sunday at Union
cium cyanid or the organic com- ,.,
which is the fourth
pounds of nitrogen, contained in ani- BiscuitRound Chapel Sundayin
the month. Mr. Jones has been
mal or vegetable refuse matter, cot-
A Beautiful ton seed meal abattoir tankage, or thin, tender- returned to this pastorate which factis
fish scrap. with a delightful flavor very acceptable to he people of 5c :

The usual commercial fertilizers -appropriate for lunch- this community.Mr. a

contain these three elements and have eon, tea and dinner. and Mrs. E. D M. Perkins extend 1

PLACE CHEAP the designation of "complete fertil- 10 cents. their thanks to all their friends I -

, izers." These are sold under various and neighbors for heir kindness and j
brand names, the various brands fre- CRAHAMCRACKERS sympathy great bereavement.Mr. 3

1-4 of mile outside quently being recommended for par- Perkins is the new postmasterfor i
ticular The this place and took over the du-
crops. proportion of the
three ties of the office on the first of Jan JOHN EMERSONIn
city limits. 11 acres essential ingredients is varied;
uary. He will make an efficient post.
as a usual thing that of the phos- Made of the finest
of good bearing phoric acid is considerably higher ingredients. Bakedto master from natural ability as wellas
service of Broadway's most recent dramatic -
than the other two, which are presentin perfection. The having seen previous in one
I about the the U. S. railway mail division. The
grove---.beautiful same proportion. Thus, national strength triumphs
mail cabinet in the office
new givesour
for food.
example a 6-2-2 mixture" con- xo cents.
lake frontage. Five tains 6 per cent. of phosphoric acid postoffice a very up to date appearance "
and the combination boxesare
P205)), 2 per cent. ammonia (NH3)), Buy biscuit baked by "The Conspiracy.
hard- and 2 lovely-to get locked out of.
room cottage, per cent. potash (K20)) Its
I selling price in the retail market is NATIONAL BISCUIT

based on its analysis. Little attention DODGE CAR SCHEDULED TO ARRIVE

; is paid to the source of these ingredients COMPANY JANUARY 15: I
i so long as the essential Always look for that Name.

I compounds are "available," or readily A telegram received yesterday by 1

may be decomposed or made soluble I. W. Phillips & Sons, of the Orlando

for the use of the plants. Auto and Supply company announces THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S

The nation's supply of these three PICTURE SHOW FOR APOPKAMr. that the much talked of Dodge car
Colonial Hills Attractiveness
common ingredients of fertilizer may had been shipped and will probably

Is Attracting Attention. be summarized as follows: Of phos- W. M. Clark and wife, of De arrive on the 15th of this month. The TRANSFERDr.

phoric acid there is an abundant sup- troit, Mich., arrived in the city one car that is now en route will be used

ply in the large deposits of phosphaterock day the past week, and after seeing!., as a demonstrating machine, with B. D. WIENENGA, Prop.
in Florida and Tennessee, and George Dolive as chief manipulator
the enormous deposits of Idaho Montana the needs of an up to date picture and sales manager at the Pine street

CARL DANN and Wyoming.Of show for Apopka, began at once the. garage. Livery Draying and HaulingWE
arrangements to establish a show second ,
potash, now obtained exclusively -
to none in the South.A .
from the German mines, there is
I little known in this country outsideof building on Central avenue ha: '
been for the and GORDON'S CARRIAGE
the dessicated residues in Searles purpose : GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
vorkmen busy it intc
Lake, Cat, and the giant kelps of the
a comfortable room with sufficient t
Pacific littoral. In the latter thereis

F1avo1iDExliacls much present more demands than enough of the to fertilizer supplythe many show.seating who capacity will enjoy to accommodate the evening'the s: BAGGAGE TRANSfER AUTO AUTO BUS AND TRUCK

trade of the United States, the pres-
ent annual consumption of potash be- Every detail is being rushed foi L T. HARRELL. Prop. Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
the opening on next Wednesday even
ing about 1,250,000 tons, of varied
Vanilla ing, at which time the management Piano and Furniture
composition. At present the kelpsare HORSES FOR SALE
will outline to his patrons in detail I
Lemon not supplying any of this, sinceit Moving a Specialty
the features to be handled. i
has not been determined by actual many f 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
Banana experimentation on a commercial Apopka News. 8 E. Church St. PHONE 487 {

scale that they can be used ecenom- E
r Pineapple 1
ically; as a source of potash. Esti- IMIIIiiilililllllllliiiiillMMIMIilllllMMMIM. Ei

StrawberryWe mates based on costs of similar operations i

are headquarters for used. indicate that they can be so Opera :Souse

extracts of all kinds and have Of WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPER f
"ammoniates" there is a large
several of the best brands. SATURDAY JAN. 16th
source in the ammonia Man do
produced as a Ever hear this before Let the Delicatessen it.
by-product in the distillation of coal MATINEE AND NIGHT Something new Something New !
Orange or Clover Honey. Ask About it.
for the production of gas or coke, or Try it.
Lunch ready for the table. For one, for two, for
Complete up
Vegetables Fresh Every Day. source partially developed three or more .
as by the methods most commonly Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand

practiced in this country this I Polly of the CircusWITH jj COLD MEATS BAKED POTATO BEANS SALAD CHEESE OLIVES

possible by-product is not recovered.

CARUTHIRS & GORE The amount of ammonia
to waste is almost large enough to : CT I Massive Production 26 Bakery
supply all of the "ammoniates" JLSIE LEON
now 31. A Real Circa on the Stage
flew\ Modern Groceru/ demanded by the fertilizer trade.

The abattoirs supply a large amountof Prices Night, 75c., $1 I, 51.50.Prices Matinee, 50c.. $1. ..
tankage and dried blood of high Children SOcanywhere in the house. Matinee 3 p. m.

Phone 200 fertilizer value; but of these possible I Night Performance 8:30 p. m. Saleon at Butts' Thurs- i

by-products there is still an enormous day 9. a. m.

loss through the lack of organizationand BBBBBBBBBBBBBIBCBaiBIBBBBBBB'.BBBBBBtBBIBBBBBORLANDO I I H?... Am Leaving FloridaAnd
6 and 8 East Pine St. co-operation in the small
scale" two Properties in Winter ParkA
slaughter of animals for food. :?w Specially Price my

good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800
PHONE 616 HEAVY SPONGE SALES full bearing Orange Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two

AUTO FOR HIRE The sponge sales in the local mar ROOFINGAND blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addi-
home this property will make a yearly return on t
FIRST CLASS REPAIRING ket since July 1, 1914, to today the tion investment to making a of from 10 to 25 per cent, according to crop and s'

BARNARD & SON amounted to about $320,000, and it is market conditions, price $8,500.00; also
roughly estimated that when the sales My Residence Property in Winter Park, 12-room, New Modem
17 Hughey Street Orlando. Fla. of the present catch are completed, SHEET METAL CO. dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front, 20 acres of
12-10-lm 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigated
land highly improved
the total will be around $400.0.0.I ,
garden. Property is close in, well located close to the new
which is one of the reasons why Tarpon Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough for
Dr. S. S. Jones I Springs is one of the liveliest lit- Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos, the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16-

tle cities in the state.-Tarpon Progresshe. 500, and will give possession in 30 days.
and Rubber RoofingsCornices See owner only. Write or phone me for a date and I will send
CHIROPRACTOR my car to any place in Orange County to show you these properties.

graduate Davenport College, 17 and Skylights. Healing Ventilating Metal Ceilings
18 Yowell-Duckworth building phone A mother never changes. When RD. F KEEZEL

209. Intelligent people everywhereare her son is 40 years old and wears
being restored to health BOX 35, WINTER PARK, FLORIDA
by chiropractic long whiskers she won't call him ORLANDO
Works 14 E. Church St.
any- : -
adjustments the new scienceof 1 Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places.HL !
thing else but "
removing the cause of disease. Examination "Willie. -Halifax i!
free. .J-lmo i Journal. -

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South Florida SentinelMORNING (By W. S. Branch) RENT-Two rooms for house- \!
AND WEEKLYW. keeping, in private family. Apply !I Should be Snappedup

M. GLEXN ...' .........EdiUr EmersonIf 512 South Lake street. 1-9-lt-1]
.. ...
Emerson had lived in the presentage
Entered at the-postotfire at Orlando* Florida he might have changed his oft FOR RENT-Large, pleasant fur- i I
a* Second Claaa Mail Matter. quoted aphorism to read, "Hitch your nished rooms; in good location; 1] I
RATES to automobile if wishto with private family; close in. 302' tors.
Dail). 1 Year SUBSCRIPTION........................ 3.00 wagon get there.an" you North Orange avenue. l-9-6t I' TRUE ECONOMY ,
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2-SO I _
3 Months ...................... 1-25 -0-
Daily.Daily 1 Month ....................... 60 BirthdaysFour LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN-A I
Weekly. 1 Year ........_.... ......... $LOO birthdays of eminent Americans small yellow terrier dog, on Sun- i Is securing what you want, 1 tat
: I to be celebrated the present day, December 27th. Return to H. A.
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IS month. Benjamin Franklin, the father Lumsden and receive reward. I Forty-five acres In the Lake the time want it andat
ADVANCE l-9-3t you
of American journalism, born January -
17, 1706; General Jackson, who [ Conway District where like I the price you are preparedto
TO ADVERTISERS: "stood like wall" that hill
a stone on I LOST-A small suit case, on road to
OPT f.r duplay and all .tfc r hand-set near Manassas, Va., born January 21, Country Club, between Rosa Cottage !property is selling from $too pay for it.
advertisinc mart be hndr in at the baiunmoffice 1824; General Robert E. Lee who was and Fair Villa. Finder return to
.f the Sentinel n.. later than 2 p. m, born on January 19, and President J. S. Eaton, mail carrier R. R. 2. |to 125 per acre This tract ____ u_ _______
the day before pubbcatron. This role applies William McKinley, who was born on 1-9-3t-
I to Invariable chance; and for will contract be strictly advertising adhered; to.it U the 29th of the mon, 1843. Becauseof i is surrounded by fine young I
his ardent love for the flower, IcKinley's OUR ANNUAL
TO TilE SPIRITUALISTS and advanced Is timbered
Subscriber desiring The Sentinel discontinued [ birthday anniversary is groves. I
.KotilJ notify the office in writing on I Ir known through the Xorth as "Carna- thinkers of Orlando: I ama '
r; the date of expiration otherwise' it will be tion Day." Psychic from the Middle West and and is very rich soil. Owner ,
f.. continued at the regular subscription rates want to get in touch with you. Ad- FALL AND WINTER
until Telephone notice Numb to stop r .is...received................... ** Patient dress R. S., General Delivery, or care : is a non-re5ident and has in- j
Mr. Glenn, who has charge of the Sentinel. l-9-3t I
SATURDAY, JANUARY 9. 1915. parcel post department of the Orlan- structed us to sell this property -i
do postoffice, has a very difficult position WANTED-To trade 1914 Ford,
-- dollars
--- -- to fill and fills it admirably.Mr. at only sixty per
equipped with shock absorbers, : i ir r
Anyone could be president of Mex Glenn could give poor old Job bumpers, electric lights, fine condition, ClEARANCE SAlE
ico. All he has to do is to resign. pointers in the game of patience and for larger car, to carry 6 or 7 in acre. ,
o then beat him. If you could stand party. Address Box 93, Orlando. r I
near the window ocacsionally and 1-9-31 I -
Carnegie made a mistake when he hear the that asked him I
questions are
{ is the essential aid to this econ-
didn't fortify his peace'palace.. you would conclude that he must I
needs be oracle. Furthermore he I FOR SALE-A very attractive mod-
-o an and not that
ern home, on large lot, with private ; omy, only you
the is a rapid, accurate and: accomodatingofficial & Atha :
The granges will now lake front beautiful Cooper
of three
with whom it is a pleasure to
are contributing to
farm population by teaching it the do business. I large lakes; also adjoining lot a beautiful your part
I building site, set with yocng the of the
-o- Union
onestep.A SkepticalSir trees; private lake front. See the 114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor ; success by

-o Oliver Lodge, president of the owner at 98 Lakeview avenue buying articles and fabrics
successful business man always 1-9-Ct( 1 Phone No. 311 I
Society of Psychic Research, claims
buys space in a newspaper to advertise that he is scientifically certain of the I
Future existence of the soul after ,
the face. --
"Made in America" ,
o death and is equally certain that he :
has conversed with friends who have :
A healthy man is a king in his own Thousands of people
right an unhealthy man is an unhappy passed will accept away.the truth of the former I I For this is in truth a "Made in
slave. statement who will be wholly skep-
-0---- tical about the latter. America Sale"so do your

The man who doesn't always do his part to the succes of "Supporting -
best isn't getting all that there is in "
Home Industries.
life for him. 0 I LAKE EOLAHere

O heart-weary sisters, once more
Mexico is the only country in the God bids us be strong for the right, 'j I
world that i is perpetually; on a prac- March bravely from shore unto shore | I
tical war foo.ing.Kleptomania And drive the rum-fiend from our j SALE NOW ON !
u sight.; I

in some form is pret- The From nation sorrow is ours and to sin redeem and despair; I is an unusual offering, one that I can unhesi- Substantial price reductions

ty well diffused. What's your favor- Let the banner of Temperance stream I make "live wires" of '
ite? Umbrella? Aloft on the pure pulsing air, tatingly recommend as a GREAT BARGAIN. The lot is rapid
Till the doors of the rum seller's den selling.
o Are closed at the stroke of a bell 90x200 and the house contains seven rooms and bath. I
ProbaMy subways will appeal more And a shout of brave women and men
to European cities henceforth than Shall echo the rum field's farewell: Servants room on premises. Orange and grapefruit and
they formerly did. "Farewell to the rum hole, farewell! Silk for
o To the whiskey saloon,' a good-bye! peach trees, shruberry and flowers and ornamental Special Saturday
Toll gladly their funeral bell,
The essence of neutrality in war In deepest dishonor they die;
material seems to be sending the stuff Xo mourners will follow their bier, plants. Owner will sell furnished or unfurnished. The 100 patterns
I Or weep that at last they have
fastest ship.It
by gone, location is No. 215 E. Robinson avenue, on north shore of
o For them there is never a tear CHENEY FOULARD SILKS
may sound paradoxical, but no When we lay them away in the Lake Eola, and overlooking Eola Park. Listed exclu-
sooner do the troops reform than dawn." 7 and 8 yds to a pattern:
they go to fighting again.It Let mothers rejoice as they hear sively with me. The price will astonish you it too low,
o Their sons may walk safely at No two alike worth $7.50 to $8
is well to remember that the war No rum shop to offer them beer, I I but owneris determined to sell. Cash or terms.
is in Europe and that nothing will be No saloon to entice and invite; I Saturday $3.98
by starting something here. Let wives sing a song on that day
gained When saloons are all dead in the I

Some of the congressmen o are at- And the land hsubands, they love and obey Th Big S Secia1
tending to their duties by sending Are hand.clean in the heart and the [ Oil n

their secretaries down to Washigtono -Ruth Raymond. S. Y. WAY

About the only thing in savagery Don't bother to do any Saturday
this war seems to lack, says the Phil- baking but go to the Woman's Ex I 2nd Floor
Insurance and Real Estate
adelphia Inquirer, is a cannibal corps. change. There you'll find Yankee Agent

0 baked beans and steamed brown I "ALL STREET AND AFTERNOON COSTUMES" ,

The girlies are now wearing boys' bread, fresh bread, rolls, cookies, pies, PHONE 172 -including all Wools, Silks,
caps and coats, but they have yet to cake and old fashioned raised dough- i
don the big lace boots with brass eye nuts. Located in the Hovey-Giles and Poplins at these enormous re

lets. o building. 1-9-ltc ductions. I

It is better to have a secure foot- FOR SALE-Family horse, harness I $10.00 Costumes for $ 5.00
ing part way up the ladder than to and carriege; horse safe and sound.
have a precarious position at the Apply Frank Ford, Lake Lurna. 15.00 Costumes for. 7.50

top. l-9-2t I -I 25.00 Costumes for. 12.50
-o Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel. Q

Some people are willing to fast ----- '-.-- _u_ ___ --- II 35.00 Costumes for. 17.50
but- they refuse to- nrav. The Lord '- ,
is always on the side of an unfortu-

nate.around whether That the hunter he tree was who or chasing whether could not the the decide bear bear La Vallieres and Bracelet Watches Th Bi B![ S Special Oil n

was chasing him around the tree may
have outlined the strategy of the cam- j
in Poland. 1st Floor
paign I
G dainty enough for a fairy II I

FOR DESPOTISMFor What girl can resist the charm of a dainty La Valliere, a veritable : 10 Yard Outing Flannel .

years we cheap teetotal cranks of with 1! 10 Yards Ginghams
lacework gold or platinum, set precious or semi-precious
. have tried to slay the Demon Rum,
Yards Cheviot
. and from our agitated ranks all sorts stones! The designs this year are so unusually lovely, so delicate I 10
of shrieks and prayers: have come. 10 Yards Chambray
Such weapons as were at commandwe and fine, we are sure they must have been inspired by the fairies. !

have employed, as best we knew, Any 10 Yards for 79 Cents

t heard and every our earnest corner howdy-do.of the land We gaina has Especially charming, too, are our Bracelet \Vatches. A more pleasing gift I Worth $1.00 and $1.25

little every year, small triumphs could not be chosen, or one that combines so much beauty with [practicability

follow every slump; a village here,
here, cuts out the booze and Watch this
a hits county the pump. But, oh, it is a weary Come in and look them over whether you intend to purchase paper daily

task, this toiling onward, stage by or not. We know it will be a treat to you to see for "Extra Specials."

stage, while Barleycorn, with jug and these exquisite pieces of jewelry,
flask, still poisons youth, and murdersage
But in this country of the free . I

we can not burn the boozing ken, or OPEN EVENINGS
lock the door and lose the key-the

\ beast must linger in its den, until the IVK ffl
law, that's halt and lame, can be persuaded DICKSON .

z of the truth, and urged to kill
: the thing of shame that battens on ,
'f the nation's youth. Enightened Russia T. H. EVANSJEWELER

with her tyrant czar; he twists
his wrist, and in a day the lid is .DEPARTMENT STORE.

\ placed on every bar. The wish is .. ..

treason. much I fear, and I am shaking -
in my shoes-I wish we had a Orlando Orange Avenue Florida ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
despot here just long enough to kill
Old Booze!-Watt Mason.

Read the want ads. .


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> WHY IS A GOAT NEARLY ? : In Because the shee/I\\ "but." Four Keel*-PROGRAM Four Keels Pen !

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: THE ACROBATIC GOAT, we might add that he is of the Sea." Produced by George Stan- i, LOOK at the feed tntw. If i iU cm-red I
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.. "In the Sowing." II you Parkers turn pen upright. That why
"FRFFIFRIP: FIMflRF": MAGICAL MONPLOGIST. Keeps the audience I i! Ordinary wont fountain teak pro*hare straiffht

: I i\LUL\lu[ LLlllUliL, in a roar with his witty remarks while FIRST VISITF. feed when tubes pen is in point which UP.ink Airincideof stays: even
I I n.eJpandinlrfrom: hut of your body
: performing some of the cleverest bits ol deception seen in this city in a long time. forces this ink out onto end of pen.
A. Fox and wife, of Washington, : A' Standard style Parker Lucky Curve
i"' AIR Pens$1.50 to$250.00 according to size
D. C., are in the city and will take and ornamentation.

: "THE BEGGAR CHILD ". Two part American. : apartments for the winter. This is 'I New Parker Jack Kiufe; Safety Pea
cannot leak if it tries. You
.. their first visit to Florida, but they I carry it .,.we Ju>.. Prices can$2.50 even up.
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: Special matinee for "Kiddies," at which both acts will

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SUPREME AUTO OIL Money refunded if
any Parker Pen doesn'tplease.
!I Among the out of town guests at .
-Vie wedding were Mr. J. N. Sherwoodof ARE THE BEST FOR YOUR CAR j deafer. We protect
I New York, grandfather of the I 1!,
urtrty hride; Mr. Clifford Johnson of St.Mary's Drums for shipping and storage pocket Get a before leakle tonight.Parker Pea into your

, Ga.; Mr. Clifford Fulmer of tanks kept hand. I
Syracuse N. Y., and Mr. and Mrs. on
-Edited By Miss Eliza Wright i LeRoy B. Giles of Orlando.Yesterday's -
Lubricating Oil and Greases suit I
I Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254 Times-Union. to
all cars. Give make of car when you I & c

order. _Et. _

January 9th.Saturday the Gaskins-Smith of presence friends of Miss WeddingIn relatives Ernestine and mystic world of red wagons GULF REFINING CO lbn JEWELERS cO i

scores Smith and Mr. Palemon Ilillsman and their contents are told of in Fred- ,,? ,a..... ras....V= :..
3 P. M. D. A. R. card party, Red | Gaskins were united in marriage last eric Thompson's original productionof p. G. WALTON; Agent j j ji
Cross benefit; Mrs. S. A. Robinson, i evening at 6:30 o'clock in the FirstI "Polly of the Circus," which beginsan Office Phone 450.
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Main street, hostess. I !
Presbyterian church, Rev. Dr. Junius I
engagement at the Opera House '
I Residence Phone 269. ,
.. B. French officiating. < 1
Was Charming Hostess | At the appointed hour the bridal January 16, matinee and night, with 1I
Mrs. Joseph Bumby, Jr., was hostess party entered to the strains of the Miss Elsie; St. Leon in the stellar rolo. ;-r I
on Friday afternoon for the bridal chorus from Lohengrin. A pretty love affair is woven intoIa'o's E
Matrons Card Club, at her I VENEER 1
Young They were met at the altar by the Margaret The _
is :
story. play
" home on Boone street. The priests bridegroom and his best man, :Mr. I C J
were the dub members, MesdamesWm. LeRoy B. Giles of Orlando, and here : in three acts and six scenes. It shows $1.25 If your neighbor's house needs 1
Davis, S. E. Ives, Jr., Phillip I lin I the of I'
the impressive ceremony was per- sequence, study the minister painting, do him a real kindness by
Slemons, Gordon Wright, Harold formed, the bridal party forming a I|I a bedroom above the study, the Per "Strand
Beardall, W. M. Glenn, W. C. Essing- semicircle before the arch under ,: KPtD telling him about Sun Proof Paint
ton and Miss Gertrude Rossiter, Mrs.J. which the couple stood. I j:1 rear garden of the parsonage, the interior I
B. Lawton, Mrs. Charles Campbell, The bride was radiant in her wedding I of the big tent and the circus FIREPLACE and the Orlando Paint & Wall Paper
Mrs. Irwin Dunn, Mrs. N. J. Merck, gown of ivory satin with trim grounds after the performance. The WOOD I 1. Company, 205 South Orange avenue.

and Mrs. A. W. Bumby. Mrs. Gordon mings of point lace, her long court story tells of the love of Polly, the Orlando Wood Yard
made the in the I I
Wright highest score train falling from her shoulders. Her I : .
Mrs. Merck and Mrs. Bumby pet of the circus, who, having suf-
games. wedding veil was held in place I B. W. Kingsley, Proprietor '
assisted the hostess in serving a deli- with a cap effect of rose point lace fered a severe injury in a fall from PINE STREET AND R. R. I :
cious salad course. In the future the and a spray of orange blossoms. Her I I I her horse, is carried into the parsonage Telephone 344 J
club will meet on Wednesdays.With I only ornament was an exquisite aqua- I adjoining the circus lot, and the 9-30 I :
Mrs. Merle
marine, set in platinum, and sur- :[
The NuHos Club met with Mrs. |I rounded with diamonds, and she carried 1 young parson into whose heart shei 4 11.111..IIIII.e.IIID..I.I..IIII.I..IIII.IIIIII.lt a
Merle McElroy yesterday afternoon, I j an arm bouquet of brideroses (i i is carried as well.
't in her beautiful home on Lucerne Cir- with a shower of lilies of the valley. I j It is a deliciously interesting story l
cle. Mrs. Giles the club I
LeRoy won Following the ceremony the bridal J
prize. Very dainty refreshmentswere and beautifully conceived. The man- .
party and wedding guests repaired to I j
served. the apartments of the bride's parentsin agement has provided a very strong FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
wGT.U. the Windle hotel, where a recep- cast and a magnificent stage investi-
The Woman's Christian Temperance tion was held.
ture. This is the
Union met in the Methodist In the receiving line with the bride only company presenting -
church parlors Friday afternoon, with and bridegroom were the parents of I I this fascinating play in this Established 1886 11
the president, Mrs. Gould, in the the bride Mr. and Mrs. Windle W. j country.
chair. There were seventy-five ladies Smith, Mrs. C. B. Smith, grandmotherof I
present among them many tourist the bride :Mr.: J. N. Sherwood of
W. C. T. U.'s from nearly every state New York, grandfather of the bride, GREATER THAN EVER
in the Union. Many notes of thanks and the members of the bridal party. CURTIS & O'NEAL 1
and kind were received Mrs.
messages LeRoy B. Giles, who also received The number of
from those who were recipients of I I with the party, was attired in tourists that are 1
the Christmas baskets of dinner given -I golf silk net over gold satin with lace now coming to Florida is .said to be 1j j

. out by this organization. The trimmings.An greater than ever before, and the INSURANCE j
: Conway Union sent in a donation to- orchestra furnished an elaborate movement of winter visitors is just LOANS
ward the expense of these baskets, program of music throughout I 1
which was appreciated. The business the evening and refreshments were setting in.

I meeting was followed by a Mothers served throughout the evening. RE\L ESTATE RENTALS 1
meeting, led by Mrs. Story. The fol- Later in the evening the bride ONE GUESS ?? ;
lowing program was rendered in honor donned her traveling suit of dark I I
of the mother of the founder of green broadcloth with fur trimmings I ,J
the W. C. T. U., Madam Willard: Vid hat and accessories to match and As the culmination of a chanced .
The national prohibition song, the left for New
paperon couple York city another meeting at 1
a society dance given in
the Life of Madam Willard
by points where they will spend 1f
Mrs. Story; poem, "Mother Can Not their honeymoon. On their returns Orlando recently, a wedding with a f
Vote," by Mrs. J. M. Pedrick. they will be at home to their friends tinge of romance will take place in
for much needed charity work are after February 15 at the Windle ho April.OSTEOPATHY. FOR Bunalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main
under consideration.Were .
Well Entertained tel.The bride, as Miss Smith has spent Street.
The boys of the Mercer Glee Club the greater part of her life in Jacksonville ,
were very enthusiastic in their praiseof and has scores of friends who
Orlando's beauty and their enter will wish for her every happiness i in Seven Room House, South Orlando.
tainment while in the city; one expressed her new life.
I it as "the dessert after a I1 The bridegroom, formerly of Geori I DR. J. C. HOWELL
bountiful dinner," and many of the i j gia, has resided in Jacksonville for Osteopathic Physician and
Surgeony Two New Five Room Houses South West Orlando.The
long to come back here to live. They a number of years and has man I Kirksville Graduate .
left on the 9:56 yesterday morning. friends in social and business circles Consultation Free
Rossmore Inn Dance I j who will extend congratulations. He Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan
The weekly dance at the RossmoreInn i i is a member of a number of Jackson- I Hotel
at Windermere last night was s j I, ville! social clubs and is a successful Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 -
largely attended, many Orlando pee- young business man. Orlando, Fla.

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LOST-Masonic: Pin. Return to N.
Wagner at 308 Central avenue and .
SENTINEL receive reward. 1-8-St*

The fragrant Uayoerry dips fart Shingle
sale at the Barlow Gift Shop, around
WANTSThe the 1-8-21 corner No 9 West Church street.

. TEN ACRES overlooking Orlando;
all cleared; fine land; good home
Morning Sentinel Want site. $2,000. H. C. McDanieL Phone
Directory ia the Greatest Want 708. f
Ad Medium in Orlando. ORLANDO

Now is the time to buy your seed
Terms Cash in Advance. Irish potatoes. Wilson & Toomer
have the Improved Rose No. 4 and
RATES Bliss Triumph, for
For One Day ______________25t them* and inspected grown by U.specially S. Cement Plaster and
For Three Days ____________50c ment. See H. C. McDaniel,govein- Royal Agatite Perfection Lime
_____________ agent.
ARE YOU ONE OF For Six Days 75c Phone 708. 1812t.I *
THEM? For One Month ____________Z50
This rate applies on all ads of I
There are many people who 25 words or less. If the ad con-
tains more than 25 words the rate .tlMIIIIIIIIMIIMIIillilMMMMIIItltltllltlltlMaMMItlBHiiniitM IIMIM
have been in Orlando long will be MANUFACTURE all classes of hair
one cent per word for
enough to have decided to each additional word, for each in goods; prices reasonable and work
sertion. 4 first class. Call and see us at 303
If you can't bring your ad to Garland street. 1-6-lmo
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- SUBTROPICAL EXPOSITION
counts opened by telephone will be WE HAVE NOW READY FOR DELIVERY .
have listed on our books a payable the following day. Irish Potatoes, warrantedfree
I I from scab or other diseases. J
Every Home-Every Business- Drop me a card or phone 708 and let MID-WINTER
fewGENUINE Every Man has use for a us talk over your requirements. 1
BARGAINSthat Sentinel Want Ad. will make it to our mutual advantage.
H. C. McDaniel.

we would be pleased to
have you see. The prices FOR SALE FING'S Now is ROSES.the time W.to order H. Brokaw GRIF- ZRZIA, sf1.a V :OO FL.A.FEB. r

range in value from $1700.00to salesman. 1216tfIF
FOR SALE-At half 50
price. sewer
$9500.00, and every one of pipe, 12 inch; ; 130 sewer pipe, 8
them will bear closest investi- inch; 270 drain tile, 6 inch; 1 sulky YOU ARE LOOKING for well 9-13 1915EDUCATIONAL
gation. plow; 1 riding cultivator. Arbor rooted orange and grapefruit buds, ,
Call in and let us take you Villa, Colonial Drive and East City see H. C. McDaniel. Phone 708.
Limits. l-8-6t
out, and show you what we Who is your painter and decorator?
have. FOR SALE-At a bargain, five room If[ you are satisfied keep the one you .
house, two lots, small stable and have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican.Me. .
chicken house grapefruit and 636. l-20-tf Horticulture Floriculture Domestic
; orange Embracing-Agriculture, ,
: ORLANDO BUILDING LAND CO trees on place. Inquire at 722 Center
street. 1-8-lwk NOTICu Wilson &have Toomer's accepted fertilizers agency for in Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry,

II North Orange Avenue FOR SALE-To those only who have Orange patronage county of and their will old customers appreciatethe and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports

PHONE 608 cash capital to invest in winter i and hope to make new friends for this AreoplansLectures and Entertainments of all kinds
homes; also big acreage in groves and
firm. Their Ideal brands too well
I are
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL trucking lands. Address Box 814,
Orlando. 1-8-lmoc known for any comment at my hands.
FRED B. DALEC. My experience as a grower of both
H. BRYANT fruit and vegetables warrants we in .
FOR SALE-30 acres land, 20 fenced, saying, as their agent, I can be of -InfOrmation or premium list address
DAVIS A GILES, CounselF. 10 cleared ready for setting trees; real service to those who have grove
A. PEPPERCORN. Contractor close to depot, 3 miles from Orlando. trouble. I am prepared to give to Wll. R. O'NEAL Sec'y U. H. DICKSON Pres. ; i iMI
Cheap if sold in 30 days. Lock Box my patrons not only my own experience ,
i iI No. 4, 1-3-lmo but that of the firm, which cov-
I ers every detail of the citrus and veg-, .
FOR SALE-12 pairs full blooded citrus industry. H. C. :McDaniel.: run. '" lrfnllll1llll..111111111111111"' n M 111111II111111111 .. .tJl I
Berkshire pigs, just the right size Phone 708.EIGHTEEN.
LIMITED" to roast, at Chas. Rock's farm. 24tf

FOR SALE-One seven passenger, land on Lake Gatlin; sixteen in
six cylinder automobile, 1 year old, five year old oranges and grapefruit; -
Between first class condition. Don't answer overlooks four lakes; in perfect con-
unless interested. Address Bargain dition. Price 12000. Nothing bet-
ter in Florida, unless it is the I
of Sentinel. prop-
Jacksonville, Chicago and St. Louis care 11-14-tf erty below described. :
3V .1f"IT. oniw. ftJ"

Reestablished January 6, 1915 FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine TWENTY ACRES, in good neighborhood .
-- hammock land; eight in grove; the ; fine land; 10 acres in bearing -
Northbound Daily Southbound present crop of oranges will be from trees; good lake protection; good
9:35 am Lv. Jacksonv'e Ar. 7:30pm 750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told, crop on trees Price $10,000 with - ---
5:08pmAr.8:03pm Macon Lv.11:45 am ready for setting-10 acres in lake, fruit; or owner will keep fruit, de- .
Ar. Atlanta Lv. 8:35 am one and quarter miles from Apopka. ducting $2,000 for same. Offered only
12:18 am Ar. Chattan'ga Lv. 4:37 am Price, $5,000. Address W. H., Box for reasons beyond owners control. .
4.50 am Ar. Nashville Lv.12.10 am 178 Orlando, Fla. 9-23-tf See H. C. McDaniel for particulars. AINOID :
9:28 am Ar. Evansville Lv. 7:30pm Phone 708. ANDOrlando's SNOWDEN\
6:35 pm Ar. Chicago -Lv.11:30 am FOR RENT

--2:59-pm Ar."St._LOuis Lv.2:15pmSolid
FOR RENT-A suite of rooms for
Train CompartmentObservation light housekeeping, with bath, hot Dr BuckmasterOSTEOPATH '
cars, Standard Pullman cars and and cold water; a pleasant neighborhood Largest and Cheapest
coaches, between Jacksonville and ; close in; near Eola park. Call
Chicago. Standard Pullman sleepers i 307 East Pine. 1-7-6
Jacksonville to St. Louis.DINING I
FOR RENT-Peace Palace at The I Graduate of Kirksville FURNITURE HOUSE :

CARS Hague. Will sell to Right Party. I
Easy Payment Plan. $10 down and 132 S. Orane Avenue

50c a week until the war is over. Ad- Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando A
I Atlantic Coast Line dress "Lonesome," Peace Palace, The ABOVE PEOPLES BANK PHONE 578
Hague. 1-6-tfc
, Standard Railroad of the South .
; FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for

f J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., light housekeeping, on first, second _
and third floors chil- ----- -- 1-
objection to
; no
i. Tampa, Florida. dren over 12 or under 1 year. 300 SOMETHING NICE!I '"
s I. East Concord. Phone 380. 1-2-tfc r.

Real Estate Bought FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with Two Beautiful Building Lots
garage; elegantly furnished; on

1 e and Sold. 8-27-tf Lake SEVEN Lucerne.ROOM,Jas.new A.stucco Knox.cottage, near On view South Lake of Orange Lucerne the lake Avenue, splendid only-, B Begill[ lie t NB w Year r RillI[ .

block from Eola blocks
i City Building Lots/ $100; $1.00 cash one park; com-. 2 1-2 from business
mands fine view of city. Price $5,500.H.
t and $1.00 per week buys a Lot C. McDaniel, phone 708. center, nice big shade trees

t RENTS COLLECTED. shrubbery, &c., adjourning f
l Notary Work Promptly and Neatly FOR RENT-6 room house, with all lot. to one of the best res
r Done. modern improvements; furnished; dences in
$150 season 3 months. One cottage, city.-For sale by
t for light housekeeping, $30 a month. WALTER W. ROSE Cook and Heat
Room and board for couple of tour- .
: N. P. HATCHER ists, $12 per week. Inquire Cooper REAL ESTATE ,
& Atha.
t 12-13-1m Room I a 3 Watkins Block

i Office at Pinehurst ParkP. FOR RENT-Rooms, with or without WITH
board; also rooms for light house-
O. Box 281 keeping; several apartments from 1
PHONE 403 !0-8-lm to 4 rooms, each at very reasonable
prices. Inquire of F. L. Anderson,
112 West Church street. Phone 439.: LAKE SITEFour

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

11-8-tfc miles from Orlando, one

mile from Post Office, Schoolsand
FOR RENT :beven: room house; wa-
ter, gas, electric lights, bath, etc.; Churches and Packing
26 WEST PINE STREET barn stable, chicken house; lot 100 by House. On good road just one ,
200 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange
PHONE 122 avenue. 10-31-tf mile from Orlando Sandfordroad.

G FOR RENT,-unfurnished.Small flat, modern" Jas.conveniences A.- Surrounded. by fine Groves; Vir y nJll' l k
Surely llapy
Best Plumbing at Lowest Knox. 11-3-tf ginia Citrus Pine Land Timber.with water Excellent protection n ] Y t

and beautiful lake I
to only. Delaney street.
i; We are not in the combine. 10-25-tf --

SLAUTER'S latest inventions usedon Sixty Acres at i
all firstclassdlumbing WANTED

Construction: GIRL W A "TED-For general house- $20 Per Acre I

1-7-6 work. Apply 19 East Pine street. ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.

McDUFFEE WANTED-:Middle: aged woman for .
house work. Apply Box H., care Think of it and see

Contractor and Builder Sentinel. 1-5-tf GAS DEPARTMENT f I It

WANTED-Position as companion; ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO.
Bungalows r
a Specialty "
reader to "
good ; no objections "

Arcade Building. Orlando eling.l-8-3t Address B, care Sentinel.trav-I I Watkins Block PHONE 504 i L \(,

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Pajama Checks, 36 inches wide, Extra Bargains on the Rear Bleached Cambrics, full yard. Duckling Flannel, Splendid line Plaid Suitings, Beautiful colors

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

Wool Dresses---Half Price Coats at Half Price Sweaters
$5.00 Skirts at _$ 2.50
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$6.00 Skirts at $ 3.00
$10.00 Coat Suits at $ 5.00 $2.50 Coats at ----$ 1.25
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$7.50 Skirts at --------------$ 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
$15.00 Coat Suits at ----------$ 7.50 $4.00 Coats at ---------------$ 2.00 $3.00 Sweaters at ____________ 2.25
$9.00 Skirts at --------------$
$18.00 Coat Suits at $ 9.00 $5.00 Coats at $ 2.50 $3.50 Sweaters at
---------- --------------- ------------ 2.89

$20.00 Coat Suits at ---------10.00 $10.00 Coats at --------------$ 5.00 $10.00 Skirts at ------------- 5.QO $4.00 Sweaters at ____________ 3.19
" $12.00 Skirts at 6.00
Coat Suits at $12.50 $12.50 Coats at $ 6.25 $5.00 Sweaters at Q
$25.00 ---------- -------------- ------------ 3.98)
$15.00 Skirts at --------------$ 7.5 0
$30.00 Coat Suits at _________15.00 $15.00 Coats at --------------$ 7.50 $6.00 Sweaters at ------------g 4.48

Coat Suits at $17.50 $20.00 Coats at $10.00 Great RDeductioDSdins.lkEvDening, $7.50 Sweaters at
$35.00 -------- -
---------- ---- Evening ------------$ 5.48

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

Coat Suits at $25 00 $30.00 Coats at $ 15.00Ve $15.00 Sweaters at O QQ
$50.00 ---------- -------------- are showing a beautiful line in all -----------$ .
the latest styles, they are all listed to go.
Suits at $30 00 $35.00 Coats at $17 50 Sweaters at It
$60.00 Coat ---------- ------------ and go they will. -----------$ .CQ

1st Floor Dress Goods Department 2nd Floor Juvenile Department 1st Floor Men's Department MEN'S\ ODD PANTS .
DRESS GOODS --- $3.50 Pants at ----------____$2.75
$3.50 Boys Suis at ___________$2.63 TO NIGHT .
Pants .
$4.00 at
__________ -------- $3 5
$4.00 Suits at $3.00 $15.00 Suits at _$10.75
Boys ----------- ___
45 inch Wool Crepe, $1.00 q ualit y_69c $4.50 Suits at ___________$3.38 Gold Seal Drama, 2 Reels"Master $18.00 Suits $4.50 Pants at -------- $375
42 in. Stripe Crepe, $1.25 quality-79c Boys at ------------$12.7$500 Pants at -----------$3.9-
45 in. Gabardine, $1.50 quality__98c $$6.00. Boys Suits Suits at at === ===--==$3.75$4.50 Key No. 2" $20.00 Suits at ----------___$14.73 $6.00 pants at -----------_$4.75

54 in. Broadcloth,$1.75 quality1.10 Suits at $6.00 $22.50 Suits at ________ -;--
$8.00 Boys
--------- $16.75 MEN'S HATS
38 in. Crepe and Albatros, 75c.quality _________ Joker Comedy
______________-____44c $8.50 Boys Suits at_________ 6.38 $25.00 Suits at $18.75 $1.50 Hats at ----__---------$1.15
: $10.00 Boys Suits at $7.50 4HowFather WonOutAnd'Nester ------------
45 in. Wool Taffeta, 85c quality59c .
$12.00 Boys Suits at $9.00 OVERCOATS$150
56 in. Beaver Cloaking $2.00
puality ______________$1.29 BOYS HATS Semi-Juvenile Drama $3.00 Hats at -----------__$2.5
54 in. Camels Hair Plaids, $2.00 50c and 60c Boys Hats _________39c $15.00 Overcoats at ----------$10.75 $3.50 Hats at ------------$2.75:>>
quality _________________$1.29 75c Boys Hats ________________49c The Boy Mayor"Pay $16.50 Overcoats at -----_____$11.75 $l.00 Hats at ----.:---_____$3.%583c

54 in. Lambs Wool Cloaking, $3.00 $1.00 Boys Hats _______________69e $18.00 Overcoats at MEN'S SHIRTS
quality _______________$L98 $1.50 Boys Hats ________?___98c a visit to our Soda Fountain and Lunch- ------ $12.75 $1.00 Shirts at ____
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
up to $1.50, your choice for__48e $3.00 Boys Hats ____________$1.98 Admission, Nights, Children, 5c., Adults, lOc. $22.50 Overcoats at ----___$16.75 $2.00 Shirts at ---------------__-?_$$1.19 L69

First Floor Shoe Department 3rd Floor House Furnishing Department

Money Saving Sale in Foot- GROCERY DEPARTMENT.-lst Floor
Clearance Sale of Blankets '
wear for Men, Women and Children

SHOES FOR MEN 1 Can California Peaches, value______25c 3 Cans Lye Hominy, value__________40c and Comforts
1 Can California Apricots, value______25c _______ I Ii
'i $6.00 Shoes, C. H. Aldens, sale price_$4.89 2 Cans Cindarilla Peas, -value 35c
1 Can California Pears, value 30c
V $5.00 Shoes, C. H. Aldens, sale price3.79 1 Can California Cherries, value-_-_--__--_30c 3 Cans Tomatoes, value I ____________30c i .It
$4.50 Shoes, A.V.. & W., sale price$3.48 1 Can California Plums, value ______25c 2 Cans Corn, value ________________30c $1.75 COMFORTS FOR -------g 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

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 Ibs.Extra Fancy Roasted Coffee, $1.05
$5 Shoes, Wichert & Gardiner, sale$3.98 $7.50 COMFORTS FOR ------ 5.98
$4.50 Shoes, Red Cross & Drew, sale $1.40 $1.65 A
price ______________________$3.33 LOT NO. 3 LOT NO.6'$10.50 COMFORTS FOR ------ 7.98
, $4 Shoes, Red Cross & Drew, sale __$3.17 5 Ibs Lump Starch, value _________40c
-- 1 lb. Cream Cheese, value ___________25c $1.50 BLANKETS FOR ______ 1.29
$3.50 Shoes, E. P. Reed, sale price$2.79 7 Bars Lenox Soap, value __________35c
_____ ________ 2 pkgs. Best Macaroni, value ________30c
$3.00 Shoes, Landis, sale price $2,29 1 Bottle Blueing, value ___ 05c
__________ 2 pkgs. Mothers Oats, value 2-C.00 BLANKETS FOR 1.98
One Lot Ladies hoesjmd Oxfords, $1.00 6 packages Pearline, value 30c --------- -------
AND CHILDRENS'SHOES 2 Bars Ivory Soap, value ___________lOc 6 Cans V. C. Cream, small, value _____30c
MISSES 1 eel. starch, value ________________05c 2 pkgs. Shreaded Wheat, value ______30c $4.00 BLANKETS FOR ------ 2.98
One 1 lot Misses Shoes, sizes 2y to 6,
reg. $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 Shoes at1.98 $5.50 BLANKETS FOR 4.68
$1.25 $1.40 ------ I
One lot Childrens Shoes, sizes 11I4 to 2,

at One__lot____Ladies__-:___Felt_____Romeos________and___$1.98 Slippers : Your Choice of Any Lot For $1.00 $9.00 BLANKETS FOR ------ 6.49 i I

,regular$1.50 and $2.00 value1.19 -: $20.00 BLANKETS FOR ---- 16. : I I

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Your choice of any Your choice of A j

{ value untrimmed to shape $$2 98 trimmed store, Hat in the$5$ On i
up $8.50 I value up :
_for . - Orlando's I Largest Store, Quality Did It. I $30.00 for ')

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Messrs. R. L. Lightfoot, of Minneapolis -
Minn., and F.1.. Taylor, of
11Th Dubuque, Iowa, arrived in the city
yesterday from the north to spend
the winter.

Mrs. Hettie Burton, of LaFayette; ,
Ala., is spending some time with her
sister, Mrs. T. H. Fuller, 307 East
Pine street. Mrs. Burton is delightedwith
Orlando and Florida and would I
like to locate here permanently.Mr. r

and Mrs. Geo. S. Williams, of
Petoskey, Mich., arrived in Orlando :'
yesterday to spend their sixth win- .
1915. -
;t ter in the City Beautiful, and are .
pleasantly located at the Arcade ho- f

One of the great lessons that come to tel. Your comfort and prosperity for
this nation out of the European struggleis
a wonderful lesson in THRIFT.We Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Pomroy, of t.t.I
have to realize Valparaiso, Ind., who have been 1913depcnus ( :(
come as never be- several I : I Ia
spending in
fore the importance of "providing for the days Orlando,left
future,"-"of being ready." ;yesterday for Tampa on a short visit. )
They will return here before going .
Having a Savings Account-depositing upon yoin'so1an1 l your ;
north for an indefinite sojourn.Mr. .
often-living within one's
means, connections.
avoiding reckless spending-these are .
J. Neff, of Valparaiso, Ind., is f.
worthy habits that, sooner or later, pay
in Orlando spending the winter and ,
excellent dividends. savinzs or C a.
out the land lcckinzl'ank accountin
spying with the view of
Open your Saving Account, cultivatethe
habit of THRIFT. One Dollar will locating. He is a guest at the Phoe- this institution is a nositivc step
nix. He was accompanied to Orlandoby forward. .
start you. __ _
his family, but they have gone to
Tampa on a short visit.

The State Bank of Orlando : . StartCHOCOLATE: no." ..,!
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Shellenberger and ..
Mrs. Mary S. Craft, of Brownsville,
Pa., passed through Orlando yester x
day afternoon en route to St. Cloud, : .
where they will visit for a while laterreturnin :...... '. ...o'.

- to Orlando. Mrs. Craft i is .' ,__. _
-- the sister-in-law of Mrs. A. A. Car- t ':. '. .. : 3:"
LOCAL AND PERSONAL Mr. J. P. Walker, one of the sterling mack. ; <
l citizens of the Lake :Mary sec-
tion, was a business transactor in
Mr. Harry P. Leu spent yesterdayin Orlando Mr. P. B. Martin was one of the ( :
Tampa on business.Mr. yesterday.Mrs. old winter residents to reach the city

D. Porter Corwin will yesterday afternoon on the Tampa o[ j [ }
C. M. Brodwater and Carl Jack- main the winter with Miss Paul,re at Special. lie has been spending the I )] ck OH

son have moved from 28 Gould streetto Eola Cottage, having arrived in our summer in Pennsylvania and expressed !
306 East Central avenue. himself
city last nightMr. as being delighted to .
get back home as he now calls Or ., ." ,
: ,
Mrs. H. F. Saunders returned lando. : . .. ':'-' .'. "
yes- C. C. Lloyd; who has been i in : .. ::: :. ':.::-:; :'' ; :: '-
terday from Arcadia, where she has
Orlando visiting his family NorthOrange '
been spending several weeks. Among the annual visitors '"
to Or -
I avenue returned ;yesterday -- - - -
: ['afternoon to New York. lando may be numbered Mr. J. C.
Mr. J. P. Holbrook left yesterday Compton, of Chicago, who arrived a a

for Jacksonville. He is expected to I I Mr. and :Mrs./LeRoy B. Giles re 3:05: this morning, registering at th
return today driving a new Ford. turned yesterday afternoon from Empire. lie left this morning for hi
Jacksonville where they attended the son's grove, where he will take a V
Messrs. R. L. Hayes; and G. E. Gaskins-Smith wedding and rece p- active part in the planting of a 9
Smith, of Springfied, Tenn., were arrivals tion. grove. Mr. Compton is proud of hi ?
in Orlando yesterday. Theyare I son's. selection of Orlando for investment. Try a :

stopping at the San Juan. Mrs. W. A. Shaw, of Enterprise,

i i Ala., and Mrs. H. II. Engram, of Valdosta -
The :Misses Julia and Helen Ga., are on a visit to their Take a slant at the wait ads-

metz, of Wekiwa Springs, were stein-I I parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Powell,
lando yesterday afternoon a on Palmetto street.
time. SODA

I I Mrs. Sandy Rhodes arrived yesterday -

Mr. M. F. Robinson, Miss Annie afternoon from Columbus, Ohio,
Robinson and Mr. Robert Lee Rowe to visit Mr. Chas. B. Falor and sis Whipped Cream served with all Ice Cream
f motored to Orlando yesterday from ter, Mrs. Alice F. Ilaerlin, at their
A t Sanford and spent the day. residence on Fern Creek avenue.
and Hot Chocolates atMcIroy'sPharmacy

Mr. George Howard, of Louisville, Mr. J. H. Mooney has just return
from a trip to his old home in
Ky., is among the visitors spending a edt
nessee. He also visited friends
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week or more in Orlando. lie arrived
yesterday over the Atlantic Coast Kentucky and reports having the The
time of his life.
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;, Mr.: and Mrs. A. P. Hermann, ofDayton I SAN I.
; Ohio, arrived ;yesterday to
Line.FOR spend a month or more. They are I

SALE' I I city.guests at one -of the hotels in the JUANHave Phone 20

I Mr. Cooper Sacks, of Toledo, Ohio,
was the arrivals
,I among yesterday on -

the train over the Atlantic Coast Line __ u_ ____ ___ _
2300 acres of unimproved 'from Jacksonville. He expects to remain -

pine land fine : in this section until spring. you tried the w

truck and fruit land, big
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Osborne, of La- Quick Lunch open from 6
portion of its has clay Crosse, Wis., arrived in Orlando yesterday COMMUNITY PROTECTION
and marl sub'SOil. Situ- on their first trip. They expect a. m. till midnight? It is .
to spend the remainder of the
uate on County road our aim to make this a
season in this section.
within seven miles of '-
strictly sanitary depart- I
Orlando. :1 Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Withmer, were The people of this comunity have now !
included in the arrivals yesterday ment, right up to the min- I at their command a positive and sure I .f: F" '
S4.40 will :
an acre buy They expect to spend a week or more ute. means of protecting papers and valuables j \ .>>_ s
this tract and the prepo- in this section and then visit points against loss, the Safe Deposit Vaults of I :- ,.. -j;.; -
sition is '"cinch" *hs farther south. Everything cooked be- I;;
a a this institution .- '.- i;
small investment. This fore your eyes, not a corner Modern ingenuity; has produced but one : : Jt ;-
Mr. II.
A.Vatkins and wife, ofI
o price is for quick sale. I Burlington, Vt., joined the winter that cannot be seen.Don't I sure form of protection against theft, ITS: y::J. ,
residents in the City Beautiful or destruction, the massive steel and concrete r- : ;
If want this land yesterday
you 1 take our word for it, C
and expect to remain until late walls and armored doors !such as xv

call on :1 in the spring. They arrived on the come in and take a look. have installed for the safe keeping of th 4-
Tampa Special yesterday in company I 4
Our valued and valuable possessions of the
j with many others seeking an ideal 1 prices are reasonable
spot to while the winter away. and service members of this community.
I I quick. If you Neither fire nor water can reach the t .

S. G. owe & Son :Mr. and :Mrs. T. II. Thompson oBrownsville. f find anything wrong report contents of a Safe Deposit Box in these j ftU

Pa., have armed to to the management and wet vaults; the cleverest cracksman can never
spend the winter and are located a gain entrance. The annual rental is but I ', .
412 South Main street. will see about it. This i is I
They both]
are trifling making the protection not only ', !- '
No.3 WEST PINE STREET ardent boosters for the welfare of another "I 4' '
new departure for the surest but the cheapest form of in 2
this section and have many friends
Second Floor here having spent a number of sea us. and we want to see it surance.
1 sons in the City; Beautiful. succeed. You are cordially invited to visit the ,= I ;

- -- -- Safe Deposit Department and inspect our
vaults and their wonderfully iatereettsg:

A Rare Business Opportunity I time-locked doors.

Small growing business, well located-will take about .

$1.000 to handle proposition, paying about 75 percent Or1allO n Bank & T1IIS1 t C ID an

on investment at present. Address S. F. J.,

care Sentinel office.

Don't answer it not interested Orlando's Conservative BankS


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