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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 10, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00454
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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PrvT THE MORNING SENTINELVOLUME ,,






TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, JANUARY 10, 1915. J NUMBER 283.CHAR'S .

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BROTHER GRAND DUKE KILLED) I



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THE CIIAELOVITCH DUKE ALEXANDER-BATTLE KILLEDIN PRESIDENT BECOMES F IRRITATED R- D u. S. MAY BECOME BERLIN ClAIMS- t1NAd11tIAS [





WAS FORTY-FOUR-YEARS OF AGE AT TRAIN DELAY IN I N BALTIMORE B A-L 0 R E, INVOLVED IN BEEN RECAPTURED



Was Great Warrior and Had WILSON
LEAVES SPECIAL

Royal Connections-Loss INOIAN BILL IS AND TRIES TO CATCH WAR FROM -

Will Be Keenly Felt ANOTHER TRAINBUTOFFICIAISWGHTHIMBACK DRAINAGE COMMISSIONER DISPATCH STATES FRENCH


by Russia PASSED BYHOUSE CARRANZADECREE FOR TAFT CHOSEN RETREATING HEAVY LOSSES WITH /

Berlin, via wireless to Sayville,

L. I., Jan. 9.-The imperial press bureau _
TURKS HAVE OCCUPIED KUOOfr
makes the
following announce--
His
Political
Speech at Hoosier LAND OWNERS IN TAFT I
ment:
"The Austrian official bulletin issued Capital Has Caused Much DRAINAGE DISTRICT I
Russians Are Retreating North-&
from Vienna today states that Comment-Will Make MET YESTERDAY
the Grand Duke Alexander Michael- Washington, Jan. 9.-A clash be- I ward According to Imperial

ovitch, brother-in-law of the czar, CARRIES APPROPRIATIONOF NominationsWashington tween Great Britain and Holland and Sphaler, Miller and Clark Were Press-Situation Is Un-

was killed in the fighting at Mian- $8,135,000-AN IMPORTANT Carranza, which may involve the t
Elected Commis- I
dua." Jan. 9.-The presi- United States, will immediately re- Drainage changed. Says Vienna
BILL dent arrived at the White House from sult, the state officials sioners--Canal to He t
department
The grand duke, who was forty-
Indianapolis shortly after five o'clock think, from a decree from Carranza Cut Soon Berlin, via wireless to Sayville,
four beside the brotherinlawof I
,
was
the czar, also the second cousin of SHIP PURCHASE Bill IS NOW UP this afternoon.At which has suspended operation of all I I L. I., Jan. 9.-It was announced byt
Mianda (Nerhemetabad) in the Baltimore the president was delayed oil properties everywhere in Mexico. Land owners representing 30,000 j i i the imperial press bureau that a dis-

inve of Azerbaijan, Kurdistan prov-Per- twenty minutes by a break- Great Britain and Holland havegot acres of land in the Taft district met j I patch received from Basel, Switzer-
sia. On :Monday Rivers and Harbors down in the Baltimore tunnel, which large oil interests at the Tampico at the court house yesterday and I"jland, states that the Germans have ;

Appropriation Bill Will irirtated him considerably and caused district and are said to have an agree- [again fully occupied Steinbach, the
elected three
commissioners
him to leave his private car and walk ment to stand by each other's proper- drainage |j French retreating with heavy losses
EDITOR AND INVENTORMr. Come Up for a for the Taft drainage canal. There
several blocks to another train which ties in the Tampico district, and they j to Thann.
I
Hearing was leaving Washington, but he insist,that the Mexican officials must were four names voted for. D. B. 'i Steinbach, which is eight miles '

T. M. Byars formerly editor returned to his own train when the respect the properties under the old Sphaler received 26,983 votes; M. M. :j i west of Muelhausen, in Alsace was
and of the Apopka News officials caught with him and occupied by the French week
publisher Washington, Jan. 9.-The house up assured franchises and rights.Carranza's Miller 24,877, J. D. dark 24,988, and j a ago
arrived yesterday from Birmingham, late today passed the Indian appro- him that his train would leave decree was discussed by A. M. Bristol 4,106. The three first !! after a terrific bombardment and se-
Ala., for an indefinite sojourn in these priation bill carrying $8,135,000. An immediately for the capital. the state department officials today. named gentlemen were elected. The j j were hand to hand fighting in the k
Mr. Byars is looking well and \ streets. Thann, the French base, is
parts. agreement was reached to take up Their attitude tonight was that they work of cutting the canal will be let
prosperous, a great deal more so Monday the rivers and harbors appropriation Pittsburg, Jan. 9.-On board Pres- "would have to wait until a wrong on contract, and will follow the general I! three miles west of Steinbach. j A

than the average ex-newspaper man, bill. ident Wilson's train.-President Wil- had been done and that they would course of Shingle creek. i|I Turks Advance

but it all came out when it was The senate was confronted with son was returning Washington to- act only on he complaint of American Many From Taft in OrlandoJ. Berlin, via wireless to Sayville,

learned that he had perfected an invention possible night sessions to considerthe day from Indianapolis, where he had owners and operators of oil wells." F. Harrington and Will Harrington L. I., Jan. .-The imperial press bureau -

and hopes ere long to be on government ship purchase bill. made his first purely political speech The officials expect complaints within H. C. Hammond, D. B. Sphalerand tonight published the following

"Easy street." This possibility has arisen because since he assumed the presidency. a very few days. W. G. Sphaler, Mr. and Mrs. : official statement, received from Con-
little has thus far been madein Discussion was heard the ,
progress among stantinople: |
Brickley, Mr. and Mrs. John Hill, J.
ANOTHER OPERATION the consideration of the measure. president's friends over the meaning British Note Pleases All H. Estes, J. O. Collins, C. II. Nelson, "The Turks have occupied Kuour,

Although the shipping bill has been back of his statement that "there may : Washington, Jan. 9.-The printed W. A. Levis, A. J. Richardson, K. K. in Azerbeidshan, east of Lake Van. .
In another arterial transfusion operation before the senate for several days as come a time when the American peo- text of Earl Grey's reply to the Harriman, Frank Martin, C. A. Tomp- The Russians have retreated northt i

yesterday William DeLaneygave the unfinished business only two days ple will have to judge whether I know United States note on shipping seiz- kins, A. H. Hanselman, A. E. Boyce; ward. i

one and one-half pints of bloodto have been given over tothe measure, what I am talking about, or not." ures was sent to President Wilson at and H. H. Childs, all of the thrifty Vienna Statement'Vienna S 1

R. P. Foley, at the McEwan sanitarium it having been sidetracked for the Some of his friends insisted Mr. six o'clock this evening. The state and prosperous village of Taft, were via Berlin wireless to London I !

the operation being performed District of Columbia appropriationbill. Wilson was merely referring to the department officials were pleased in the city yesterday adding dollarsto Jan. 9.The following state- !

by Dr. McEwan, assisted by Drs. Ed- Administration leaders were determined fact that future generations would with th- tenor of the British reply. the coffers of the local merchants, ment was made tonight by the general J

wards and Beardall. Mr. Foley is that unless greater progresswas judge his actions, and that he did not Secretary Bryan, who was beam- greeting their many friends, havinga staff: "The situation in the main 6 i

improving and Mr. DeLaney showed made on the measure today they intend to convey the impression which ing with satisfaction when seen by happy day, and attending to legal remains unchanged. There has beenno

little effect from the loss of blood. would seriously consider holding was gained by hid, audience that he I newspaper men, refused to commenton and drainage matters at the court prolonged! engagement 4 j
f
night sessions. I might be a candidate for the presi- the note, which is not to be pub- house. Paris Statement *

FROM APOI'KA I dency. Ilished by the newspapers until Monday Paris, Jan. 9.-The French war of- 1 5
Others poinetd out that he evidently A t

Apopka was ably represented in 2 GTS; BACON, $$225 GONE realized, because of the cheering, :I[i While morning.no high official would make TWO PAPERS CONSOLIDATEKissimmee says fice in that its midnight yesterday's official progress statement northof ..t
the construction that had been placedon
Orlando yesterday by CommissionerA. I la definite statement as to the con- Soissons has been maintained. a 1
C. Starbird and Mr. Frank H. his words, and yet he did not correct tents of the note, the concensus of Another offensive return attack by **
Some Smooth Work by Negroesand the impression beyond saying, "Ididn't : J
Davis. opinion among officials is that Grey Papers Merge This the Germans in this vicinity was repulsed -
a Professional Dip I intend to start anything then." j had made fairly liberal concessions to Week-Journal to Move early this morning. 1

STETSON WON 1 Causes Local Detectives The president is returning preparedto I American sentiment. Into Valley Gazette 1 We have captured the trenches be- )
push his government ship purchase I
It is understood that he promises
Trouble tween Perthes les Hurlus and Hill
bill and will seek to send to the senate reduce Building d
behalf of Great Britain to
Stetson beat Cathedral last nightin on No. 200. There have been spirited 1
basket ball of 21 to 10. Officer Carter arrested who the nominations of the trade com- the seizures to a minimum. A statement attacks the Germans but.
by a score a negro I' Kissimmee, Fla., Jar. 9.-This weekE. counter by i
mission members
as soon as possible.
made official
j by an today says :
they have been driven back, suffering
had stolen two quarts of whiskeyfrom
of this ,
j that this government must necessa- G. Vans Agnew, city
THE WEATHER an express truck, and chased AGAIN IN CITY rily take consideration of the nervous bought the Osceola Journal from the ;'heavy losses. .J
The situation along the rest of the
another down Boone street, capturinga of the British in 1
condition warships and
Journal Publishing company the
Florida: Fair Sunday and Mon- j battle front remains unchanged,
Mr. A. 1'. Heymann, of 0., outlook for subma-
Jay. coat and a package of bacon, early; ; Dayton their constant I through a partnership formed between statement says.
yesterday morning.A a regular winter resident of Orlando, rines, disguised vessels and possible! I
Mr. Vans Agnew and W. B.
I has arrived and is again at his home, entrance to English ports by a real
Mr. A. C. Coop, of Atlanta, a No. 9, Hill street, with his family. I enemy by German trickery.PAYIN Harris, owner of the Kissimmee Val- iST. PETE MAYOR HERE
GETS $ DAMAGES
$15,000 traveling man, was the victim of a I -- -- -- -- l !ley Gazette, the two papers are to be !
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"dip" yesterday; losing $22j; he said I I II consolidated. The Journal plant will I! -

Suing for Death of Son Thomas- which is too much money to carry be moved into the Valley Gazette j lion. A. G. Bradshaw, Chief Executive -
around, and more than most people P 4 G ASSESSMENT MUST shop, and as this is the oldest and
Ga.fother: Recovers of Sunshine City,
ville have seen in a lump for some days. I best known of the two papers the |

Damages to Amountof Several suspects were jailed. name, Kissimmee Valley Gazette, will I Visited With Brother,
$15,000 continue to be carried at the mast- Col. Bradshaw ;ji

Thomasville, -Ga., Jan. 9.-Suing I,, WILL BUILD iDE PAID BY JANUARY 15T"I head. I i I Among the distinguished visitors ,

for $25,000Irs.. T. A. Jones, of Wm. Allspatch has purchased two SOLD PROPERTY I expending' today in Orlando is Mr. A. I

lots on Colonial Drive and will build I I G. Bradshaw, mayor of St. Peters-
Meigs, was awarded. $15.000 againstthe j -
i i Denison has sold his I
D.
:Mr. I I George
I immediately. Allspatch comesfrom
of Thomasville today, in the I I I IF NOT LIENS ON PROPERTY burg, who arrived yesterday after- j
city little home in Concord Park to
Bellmar, N. J., and is a welcome ATTEMPT TO CRACK SAFE pretty ;
city court, for the death of her t'On'l addition to Orlando's thrifty population. -! WILL BE MADE AND 8 I George: Sweet, of New York state, noon from the Sunshine City on a

Malcolm Jones, who died as a PER CENT. LEVIED who will make Orlando their home. I i visit to his brother Col. J. N. Brad
ATEFFORT JACKSONVilLE[ Paul, shaw. lie is welcome visitor and is
of coming in contact with overcharged I Mr. and Mrs. Denison and son I a 1
electric light wires belongingto Play croquet. Curtis & O'Neal will spend the summer at their old being given the glad hand by many ,

the Thomasville Electric Light], have a large stock at low prices. Four $$15,869 STILllffllAINS UNPAIDSince home in Indiana. friends. j J
:MADE BY HOLD
company. !I or eight ball sets.
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Oct. 28, 10,158 of Paving BANK Orlando Consumes One Million I

Recalls Numer Changes In Assessments Have Been ; I
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I Paid-Pa [;p, It Coststo I Ij I Efforts Foiled When Neighbors Gallons Of Water Every Day
From Visit In
Orlando 1883 j Pave Streets Aroused-Robbers EscapeBy --

Means of a Doubtless there are few people who about 150 gallons which average is J
It requires money to lay bricks and I Launch I twice as high as it should be, 60 to 80
W H. Harrington, of Winter building in what is now the block be- have any idea as to the quantity of
improve streets just as it takes cashor gallons' more nearly representing the ;
tween Church and Pine streets was .
Home each
was in the city yesterday water Orlando consumes twenty-
the old blue drug store, and that has credit to buy groceries. Orlando Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. 9.Threemen legitimate use and the balance waste. j
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business. Mr. Harrington four Certain it is that many
transacting .ours.
water is
wasted in
Perhaps more
been so greatly remodeled as to be needs cash to continue the work of believed to be expert safe blow-
will be surprised to learn that the than other S Sa
lived in Pennsylvania
formerly any commodity
: almost a new building in appearance.Mr. ers, attempted to rob the Bank of
the streets. Credit is i
paving city a
and made his first visit to Orlando in Harrington, after that first before 3 figures taken from the current records condition which the water companyis
South Jacksonville, shortly
good thing for any city, but some- of the local pumping station now systematically overcoming by Jj JjOrlando
1883 and spent a year here at that year, returned to his home in the ;
and after
time in the milling business. He was Keystone State, but the longing for times the credit does not and can hot o'clock this morning, two show rn average daily consumptionof sending out a competent inspector to !

head sawyer in a mill near Conway Florida was so strong that after four produce the cash. I;i distinct nitroglycerine charges had over a million gallons. cover the entire city and locate 1 ;

that sawed out the ties for the little years he returned to this state and Orlando is making improvementsin ': been exploded escaped in a launch. When it is remembered that December wastes. Where such conditions are :

old street railway that in those days; has been spending the interveningyears the city streets which is costing I'I Both attempts to explode the safe I has been a damp month one found written notices are being given A J' ;

traversed Orange avenue. The cars I in various parts of the state, money. The city is late by a numberof were unsuccessful, although the outer 'can believe that this is not a maxi- the consumers to remedy them, and ,
in starting this !I! [mum figure at alL The highest con- by following these up with a second ;
were of the ancient type and were the past six of which he has spent at years one improvement door was partially torn from the safe.
propelled by horses. i! Taft and Winter Home. Had the work been commencedten sumption so far recorded was last inspection it is expected that a large + ;
The timely awakening of two resi- when the two million mark was number of small leaks, which in the :
Mr. Harrington says; that at that I| Mr. Harrington asserts that since years ago the hardship would not :: fall
time Orlando was not as much of a '! the day of his first visit to this state have been so great as at the present J dents, living nearby, disturbed the nearly passed. This means a per cap- aggregate are wasting thousands of i

town as Winter Park is now and he i i he is sure no town has made the sub- time, when the pavements are being j i carefully laid plans of the cracksmenand ita consumption of from 125 gallonsto I'I gallons of water every day, will be i

recalls the fact that the only brick stantial progress of Orlando. (Continued on page 6) I necessitated their getaway. ,[, 225 gallons, with an average of eliminated. i

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1 HOTELS Winter Park ItemsWinter HUNGER ONLY IMAGINARY WE NEVER TIRE

A professor in the University of

t Park, Fla., Jan. .-Your Chicago now comes forth with the Of singing the praises of Crane's Linen Lawn Stationery. It isn't I

: THE WINDERMERE correspondent was away last week statement that pain as the result of the "just as good" the "good enough" or "very good" kind. It

j but things "happened" just the same, I hunger is nothing more than a fancy.He is absolutely the finest Stationery made in America, and America I
Choice Location All Modern Conveniences though it is a little late to write them asserts that he pangs of hungerare leads the world in this class of manufactured goods. We
f only imaginary to a great extent, have it in all the correct sizes
shapes and tints. Your I
Excellent Table Good Water Reasonable Rates now. It is a cause for gratitude that *social
and that if one can succeed in foolinghis and business standing is judged largely by the kind of JB ion-
On Beautiful Lake Lucerne, Orlando, Fla. Mr. Foley is steadily on the gain from somach into "believing" it is full, ery you use. Furthermore, it is a real pleasure to writenT he
his serious attack of hemorrhage, necessitating then to all practical purposes save I genuine Linen Lawn surface. You know this if you have tried
transfusion in order to that of nutrition, it is full. However, it. If you have never tried it a new pleasure awaits
Home Comforts Service Finest Rooms in his life. you in your
City save that may be, there is no gainsayingthe I letter writing.
The public school and college have fact that when the stomach is
Sanitary Inspection Rated 100 gotten into regular work again after :overloaded, there is real pain, and I W. S. BRANCH
the holiday vacation, and ,
most everyone that there are a greater number of
has returned, with a few new pu- overloaded stomachs than there are The Arcade: Book and Music Store
THE NEW GRANDHENRY pils in both the school and college. underfed stomachs, and as a conse- I

BARTLETT., Prop. The golf grounds are the scenes of quence a far greater number of
active sport these days, and are prov- stomach aches and pains than because
ing far more attractive than the old of hunger. I The' l4:
European Plan 15 West Pine St., grounds.Mr. I arket
: W. Scott unloaded his .
Way
Rooms with Bath Orlando, Fla. car Don't wait for every one In town to OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
of household goods and stock last have Entrican, the painter, before I
week, and is geting ready to build on you try. Am too rmsy to look you OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
his property between Winter Park u' Phone 636 and I will be on thejco. FRESH AND SALT MEATS
TOURISTS ATTENTION! and Maitland. 1-20-tt Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando Messrs. M. M. Smith and Arthur Up to date painting, papering, etc., Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
Schultz went to St.
over Augustine
Prepared by our New York Cook is the kind you want. Where to get and pore.We .
Tuesday on a business trip.
its That's easy, phone 636. W. 'I. invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
100 Rooms Bath, Steam Heat. $1.00 business Mr. R.the L. Betts first of went the to week.Tampa on Entrican. 1-20-tf everything in the Meat Line

The Fortnightly club met at Hooker -
Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water I Memorial last Monday night in FOR SALE H. :IVdC. Self & Co.

:"open meeting," and enjoyed a de- PHONE NO. 80 PINE

EMPIRE HOTEL lightful evening. Mrs. Berkeley Good Terms citrus to and Suit truck Purchaser land, cleared, STREET
Blackman and Miss Susan Dyer de- in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots, on
54 lighted the audience with piano and brick road to be built this year, two
Rooms
Light Housekeeping
violin selections, and Mrs. Gibbs read miles from Orlando. Phone 1024 4
; rings, or write II. G. Jackson, R. F. D.
two selections to the delight of those No. 2, Orlando, for appointment. JONES GOES JUST THE SAME
ROSSMORE INNWindermere present. Refreshments were served 1-7-lmo
by the hostesses of the evening as-
sisted by members of the club. FOR SALE
i Rev. Dr. K. B. Tupper will preachat .
New and Modern, Fine Boating, Bathing and Fishing the Congregational church next

Will serve Luncheon. Club and Auto Parties Sunday morning and begin a week's ber No.land 1. ,Forty on south acres side virgin of lake pine front tim-, My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen

PHONE 1019 for RATES church special in meetings the evening.at the Baptist three-fourths$1,000.No. mile from railroad station months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the

same time it always has.
Rev. Dr. Litch and Mrs. Litch at-
2 Seventy-five acres, on lake
tend a state conference of Episcopal
front one-half mile from Forest City;
churches at Miami the first of next six acres bearing good TIME TABLE
THE OSCEOLASTEAM orange grove;
week. eight room house. $4,500; terms. I
Dr. C. E. Coffin is in Nebraska on No. 3. Twenty acres, four miles I I Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front of Evans The Jeweler.WEST .

HEAT THROUGHOUT business and will visit relatives and from the city, on lake front; twelve
friends while there. acres bearing orange grove; orange BOUND EAST BOUD
Magnolia and Robinson Ave J. w. HURLEY, Manager The Brotherhood class of the Con- crop recently sold two thousand three _. Read Down Read Up
hundred boxes. Three hundred boxesof
gregational church.met last Tuesday grapefruit now on trees. $6,500 '
; !
IA.M.
Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round night and elected teacher and officersfor terms. IA'-I-- M. P. M. P. M.
the next six months. Mr. Walter .. I
European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite No. 4. Lot 70x190 feet, on brick Orlando 6:30110.15, I 53:00 9.30 4.3O 6.00
Schultz was elected president Mr. Jerome street; high class neighborhood. Ocoee ..
I
.. Parker vice-president, F.V.. $1,000. 7:30 II.15 4:00 8.30--30 5.00

4. ),.1' \..'...-. Shepherd secretary-treasurer, and No. 5. Thirty acres near hard sur- Oakland Winter Garden . 7:45f1\11:30 4.301 L 3. f 5 t 2. t 5 4.43

.- .. "Y ,. Rev. C. E. Enlow teacher. face road; one mile from railroad 8:00---, 4:30 S.oo--t4.30
Sir. Harper, our plumber, has pur- station, on lake front; four acres -
chased a half interest in the Daet- budded grove; six hundred boxes of
fruit; one hundred and fifty thousand
wiler building and moved his stock feet
virgin pine timber. $3,000.J. .
into the south room, vacated by Mrs.
Daetwiler. E. CRAWFORD, A

Our packing houses are running Office, Orland Hotel.l3iro r
again, though fruit is not selling as *

good as could be hoped. .
THE The Bell Telephone company has a
ARCADE HOTELJ.
crew of men working from this point -For FineWATCH

B. MAGRUDER, Jr., Prop. placing new poles along their rightof CLOCK and .
way from here to Tampa.
First Class Restaurant Livery and Autosin Dean Enyart gave the last of the JEWELRY REPAIRINGcall BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS

Thursday Assembly reviews at LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS '
Building in Connections on C. VATER whois .
Knowles Hall afternoon
Thursday
Orlando Fla. I Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
when he reviewed the book "The an expert at this trade reduction
1,1915 and guaranteed against any
Great Illusion.
with
many years experience during that time:
IF YOU WANT A LUNCH
MI KM M M HB DRENNEN NEWS at. Youngs Repair ShopOpp. Touring Car $555.00

worth the money, come to Pope's Quick Lunch Counters. Our Drennen, Flsu, Jan. 8.-Mr. and Post Office; Pine Street Runabout 505.00 _

food is not cooked in front of your eyes where you are annoyed Mrs. Preston were recent visitors at F. 0. B. Orl....... All car fully equipped.

with the odors and heat, but in our sanitary kitchen. Try a cup Kissimmee.Mrs. I Briber, we will be able U obUla the ._slma. tttMtmtji
C. L. SlacSIahon, who has factory ....wrti... and tfc. i. -.- e..t I. ur
of Rowland i .r p
our Special Coffee, French Dripped. The price is and .Jd dep.rt.eat. If w. r-.cb a. ..t..., .f
been visiting at New York, arrived rcba"" nc
only 5c. a cup. We offer you the best of service. = 300.10an between the .*... date
here Tuesday. ; And ....." w. teach tfcl p..dle. we agree .. pay sa
Mr. Slater, of Pine Castle, spent the bsyer'.bare 'rea $lt.. "I per ear :- *r abut
Pope & Co.'s Quick Lunch CountersChurch I retail barer
1.1115ts wlr I)07k7.'s
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. T. Frint. d F.r7 car between AnrJ'.t 1. lilt and . . I
Street. Mr. Brewer, who was taken ill a particular regarding thcx l.w pric a a.d pr. t.haring -
from Icrtber
Open 5 a.m. to midnight OR. L. H. RAMSDELL I Fit
few days ago at Orlando, is recover- pl... ... I
OPTOMETRIST .
. " tHMIIIM . "' ing.Mrs.. Therbold and son, of Sioux i (Successor to Dr. O. F. &...i'ia. I F. G. RUSH,

City, Iowa, were callers here Thurs- ORLANDO. FLORIDA Phone 226
day.J. WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES I

REAL ESTATEWe W. Pace arrived Wednesday from AND DO ALL KINDS OF I

Alton, Va., accompanied by SIrs. Pace O'fCAL REPAIRING
and their daughter Winifred.

Mrs. Anderson and mother, of
Montreat, N. C., will come here the


buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If tained 15th Mrs.to at Nathan spend dinner several at Beach"The months.Stone Oaks" enter-Tues- Th FI lli a R al E mt & Iny tnI nt

you want to buy or soil 1 the earth it will pay you to call day evening in honor of the birthdayof t

and talk your wishes over with us. Capt. C. L. Albertson, one of the
popular members of the Jennie Jewel Capital $50,000. Fully Paid Up.
The manager of this firm has had years of exper- colony. A five course dinner was very
daintily served and the favors given A
ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a by Nathan Stone, Jr., the eldest son Incorporated In Florida; Therefore Under Stale Control,

of the hostess. A clever original
million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the n
last entitled "A Tie Two," offered this
poem or was propositions by Corporation are exclusivelylisted
read Sirs. Stone in honor of the
by
two years. occasion. The verses were a parodyon with us, at the same time can also be bought throughthe

We are well posted on the value of all classes and Nesbitt's new poem, "A Friend or purchasers Agent, as we need not to secret our proposalsfor

Two," and were especialy appropriateas anybody, the deal has to be closed at our office. This meaps
kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all several handsome ties were pre-
for the seller well for the With BaAk
sented Mr. Albertson as souvenirs of protection as buyer. our
bargains in Real Estate and we want customers for Real the occasion. Guarantee furnished to the purchaser, if requested. Having con

Estate Bargains. DEMANDS PUNISHMENT fidence to all our offerings, we advance 75 per cent of the purchase -

price at six per cent. interest, even on unimproved land. We

Washington, Jan. 8.-The British hold today over one million dollars of properties in city lots, city

formal government note today from was the in United receipt States of a and country homes, orange groves and uncultivated lands. Our

i WARING REAL L ESTATE COMPANY government asking that the Canadian I books open to all investors, if such inducements will appeal to you
militiamen who shot and killed Walter -'
Smith and wounded Charles -take the trouble to climb up one fligh of stairs over the Peoples

R. D. WARING, Manager Dorsch, American citizens, at Fort I .National Bank, and consult.
Erie, Ont., while duck hunting in alleged -

I! Rooms and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115tf violation of the Canadian game I HENRY BENEDICT, PresidentOffice
laws, be punished.Now .

\. is the time to order GRIF- I over Peoples National Bank. Phone 5 TO

b.. .4-4449-$4--f . . ,. ... . . . .., ... . .. . . : FING'S ROSES. W. H. Brokaw. ,
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0.. '--. CONNER I THE PLACES OF WORSHIP CONCERNING WOMEN I DICTATES OF FASHION OUT OF THE MOUTHS OF BABES

W. NOW STANDS AT THE i
I First Methodist Church merchants.Chicago has over 3,000 woman J skirt.Each month brings with it a wider "Grandma," said little Edith, suf-

fering from an aching tooth, "I wishI
(Corner Main and Jackson Sts.) - The dressier the suit, the shorter
John B. Ley, pastor. '. had been born with teeth like yours,
HEAIOF SCIENTIFIC NURSERYMEN Bible school, 9:45 a. m.; C. E. Howard Over 5,000 women are engaged in the coat. 'cause then when ached I could
they
superintendent. Orchestra, fine industry in Italy. The Turkish skirt promises: .o Become -

singing, organized classes. Visitors -0-- popular. i tale: 'em out.

r welcome. Over 6,000 women in New York are Glass flowers and fruit appear on I - .
Preaching, 11 a. m., by the pastor;
PROPRIETOR OF OCKLAWAHA stantiate it, that no tree propagatedor subject, "The Life That Wins." employed as tailoresses. sporting hats. "Sacacmz, remarked small
budded from other source is Junior 2:30 I The blouses have both bolero
any League, p. m. -()- new ::
Sammie "let! play I'm
us a big pld
NURSERIES NEAR a first class tree. In order to obtain Senior League, 6:30 p. m., led by Women are being drilled for dutyas : and lorg lines. -
the tramp and to the back door and
pastor. come
TANGERINE IS EXPERT the quality you must have the start members of London's police force.0 Some fur coats have all the full
Subject of evening sermon, 7:30p.
scare so bad that give nQ'
you apiece
you
from that is the sides. j
parentage unquestioned. m., "Unavailing Tears. --- I ness at
GROWER The Conner Prolific Grapefruit, Seats free. Ushers. Special music.A Mothers of students in Pasadena, Some toques are modeled altogether of" pie and a piece of cake to .go

recommended for all sections and en- cordial welcome. Cal., high school will be taught how out of fur. 'I away! I

BUD MUST BE fROM BEARING TREE dorsed by the bureau of pomology, is l\Ionday-'Voman's THIS WEEK thank' offering to cook. I iI Hand embroidered underwear increases Litte! Margie-had()-watched a man

perfect on all classes of soil, and on servce for home missions, 3 p. m., in -()- in desirabi:ity.i !
tune the piano and told that it
both rough lemon and sour orange church parlors. In England as well as New York i I Ostrich and jet are still holding was
l\lid-\\eek-Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.; was for the purpose of improving the
Conner Knows What's What by stock. married women are prohibited from {, their own in millinery.
topic, "rowing Big Religiously. sound. One day when her infant
Reason of Many Years of To see the Ocklawaha Nursery and Question box.Saturd.lYc. becoming school teachers. | A combination of long and shon
brother was crying she said "Mamma
I groves is to believe, to be convinced, to 9 p. m., in old post - i fur is extremely smart. : -
Toil, Struggle and office bui ding, turkey by the can't I telephone for the bal,y
to know that a man with super-intel- supper Miss Eleanor De G. Cuyler is thirdon Crepe de chine is still much used

InvestigationMr. ligence, with theories that are provedby appetite Ladies' Aid far Society.the occasion.Save up a good the list of New York's personal for semi-tailored waists.A. tuner?"

years of practice, is alone in the NEXT SUNDAY property list with $1,000,000. -- -

: O. W. Conner, proprietor of the field and a leader in his line. Visitors' and Tourists' day.Catholic - I C. L. OFFICIALS HERE "Nov, Johnnie" the teacher que-
ried \rhat would do if
extensive and highly cultivated Ock- And after you have visited his -()- Mrs. Harriet C. Adams, the noted you you hada
Church that Laid golden ?"
lawaha Nurseries, near Tangerine, beautiful and extensive nursery and explorer, has crossed the Andes I goose eggs
First after
Sunday Epiphany.Mass I Mr. O. II. Paige, superintendent of "I'd set her on some of the ,"
Fla., has acquired an enviable position its environs, and listened to his 6:30 a. m. mountains four times in the saddle. eggs
I transportation, Atlantic Coast Lire
the
replied youngster, "and hatch out
and citrus takena Sunday school, 9 a. m.
growersof preachments on growing, -
among nurserymen
Jacksonville and Mr. T. W. Hansen,
,
10 j more of the kind"0
Mass and geese same
citrus fruits. This preeminencehas ride in his motor boat, partaken of sermon a. m. Miss Rose Fritz, the world's fast- I'
Rosary, instruction and Benediction assistant superintendent, Sanford -
been the merited result of yearsf his charming hospitality, been indulged 7:30 m. est typist, recently wrote 7,957) wordsin !
p. in Orlando official "
were yesterday on I "Papa, queried the minister's small
deep thinking, hard work, strug- as only a man with a master All welcome. one hour in open competition.
business. :
I t son, "is it true that we must be born
and laborious mind witnessed all -()-
gling experimentation, can indulge you, -- -
Unitarian Church J again before we can to heaven"
Like Edison hehas the of scientific inves- Government show go
amazing
and confining study. sights census figures I
(Corner Central Ave. and West St.) I When a Florida one-horse farmer I ":::;0 the scriptures teach us, my
risen to the summit of his profession tigations running through years of Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister. that there are 4,886,881 negro males "
can put forty or fifty head of beef boy, was the reply.I .
scientific inves- toil and school at 9.45 and females in i
by consistent, diligent service to educate Sunday a. m.Church 4,941,882 this coun-
tigation. and improve the citrus fruit industry, service at 11 a. m.; subjectof try. I cattle on the market anrually; he has I "Well, I don't want to be born

sermon, "The Failure of the a right to feel independent. There us again," said tie little fellow. "I'm
His success has not been spasmodicit you will leave with the one thought -()-
Church. I room for thousands cf others to do | afraid I might he born a girl the next
has been slow, steady, Arising I ringing through your brain, "No nur- The Round Table meeting at 7:30; Mrs. John Juracek, of St. Louis, likewise. time."

ear by year, until now he can pointo sery tree is first class unless it is I paper by Mr. J. P. Williams on "The can speak four different languages, ,I I

his years of struggle with pride, budded from bearing trees of a known Florida Indians." while her husband is master of four. i .
Regular meeting of Unity Circle on
nd his friends can glory in his quality and quantity or producion." .Wednesday afternoon; Miss\ Gordon --

achievements. He has not only ben- will speak of Recent Poetry. Decorations of rural school rooms

fitted himself but the entire citrus HIGH SCHOOL NOTES Story hour and games for the children in surrounding country districts is

has been betteredy on Friday afternoon; 2:15 for the club of Kins-
!rowing industry promoted by women
the older children 3 dock for the
.) his investigations and products. I By Arthur Ivey younger chlidren. ley.Kas. Hammond &Qore

Like the majority of successfulen The last vacation of the school year -()- --

and advanced thinkers, Mr. Loner is over and mid-term examinationsare First Baptist ChurchAt The Housewives' League, started
( the Lucerne) FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND 'E&IBALUERS. I
has succeeded by dint of hard approaching swiftly, much to the Rev Edward T. Poulson, D. D.. three years ago with seven women, : __ _.
ork and sacrifice. lie has attainedhe alarm of those pupils who have been pastor.All has today a membership of 750,000 I .

topmost pinnacle by rigid daily idling during the past three months. services will be held in the Lu- women dealing with the high cost of I REAL VALUES LOW PRICES j

erformance in.his chosen field of la- These pupils, however, are few in cerne. living.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; Mr. COMPARE
x>r. He never had the advantage of number and the great majority have Samuel A. Newell, superintendent. -()-

igh salaried tutors or a costly scien- nothing to fear-for the present at Classes for all ages, and teachers More than 1,000 British women are

ific university training. What he has least. with well prepared lessons. now employed in the toy waking industry II OUR FURNITURE I J
Public at 11 and 7:30p.
earned; what he has bestowed upon i, Orlando high school has received m. Morning worship subject a., m."When lIe and they are being swamped :

he fruit growers of the country; then several additions since the holidays, Thought Thereon. Subject for the with orders to take the place of Ger- We provide the quality. of furniture that has long

xx> he has given to the fruit indusry the following young people proving evening, "God's First Question." man supplies. been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as tht

has been the result of personal 'I welcome additions to their respective B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 p. m.; Mr. Eu- -()- standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.

ontact with the actual product. classes: Mr. Horace Alleman, junior; gene Reid extend, presidentWe to a cordial Women of Buffalo, N. Y., are solic- It wouldn't here were it otherwise. We ca .'t make

From a thrifty laborer thirty years Miss Frances Tiedke, sophomore; I invitation to worship you with very us. All iting monthly contributions to pro- this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stonesof

go Mr. Conner has earned a distinc- Miss Alice Tiedtke, Miss Katie Jacobs seats free. vide for making garments. for the 'I this business, and that means much to any buyer. I

ion that seldom comes to a man. Hems Miss Helen Hurd, Miss Helen - Red Cross.
First Presbyterian Church
earned it and he has deserved it : Belamey, freshmen. --0-- .
i t Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, D. D., pastor. MeNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK
ause success has come from in- 'I 1 I The Senior German club met at the Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R Margaret Shaver, of Belmont, 0., i ,

ense, unswerving loyalty to his school house Friday evening and O'Neal superintendent. has won the prize in her county for : Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SI. Orlando. Ha. A
Men's Bible class at 9:45 in the
ork. He is painstaking, thorough, an enjoyable hour in social '
spent re- church auditorium. raising the biggest crop of corn, defeating J.

bsolutely honest and conscientious laxation. This is the first time the Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. her boy competitors and winning > CST GSSESSSESS( CS E: : 3I.'t., & ,
le will not sell a solitary variety un- club has met since Christmas. All of Morning sermon, "TheV orId's a trip to Washington.

ess he knows it to be perfect i( the members were present. Every Greatest Need." Evening sermon, .
"Living in the Shadow of Others." -- ---
Ocklawaha Nursery trees stand for I j one reports a fine time. to ...
Prayer meeting at 7:45 p. m. on .
reduction. Every tree in his im- I I Several former pupils who are now Wedne day. ELSiE ST. LEON-as Polly in

ense nursery, covering many acres, attending other schools took advan- Special music. Mr. Forrest Dab-

s a quality tree of the highest type. tage of the holidays and revisited the ney Carr Branch, choir director. Miss Roberta OPERA HOUSE Matinee POLLY A CIRCUS A REAL CIRCUS t-
organist
e quality begins on the day it is high school Monday, before returningto I Strangers and visitors are most SAT. .I1'N,161h Night T ON THE STAGE

udded from the pedigreed, tested their present locations. Among i cordially invited to all services. Seats &

rove. : these visitors were DeLaney Way, free. Scat tale ore January 15 14th.PrlCCil I MATINEE SOc, JI.OO reserved. Ch.ld.cn 5Cc. NIGHT 75c. JI-OO. 11.50
morning
The Conner prolific grapefruit and Joe Ferris, Richard Yowell and Allison Christian-()-Science -

he Conner seedless orange bear the Palmer. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. *k f'V"'n 'W*Wv tPdv'%J MS'' %>-5[ 1F

ull and unchallenged endorsement of Messrs. Phillips and Branch, mem- Services" at 11 a. m.; subject, "Sac- fflS* **E-* *' *T 3(J

overnment experts who have testednd bers of the board of trustees of Or- rament.
Wednesday evening meeting, 7:45.
approved the fruit. lando sub-school district, made a tour Third floor. corner South Orange

Mr.\ Conner plants a tree; he watch- of inspection Tuesday. avenue and Church street. Entranceon

s it grow and develop as a mother i The freshmen class met Monday\ Church street.
h 1r
atches her infant child progress to 1 afternoon to consider plans for a -
St. Luke's CathedralThe
lanhood; he knows what the tree can class party. Sentiment seemed:: to be Very Rev. II. R. Remse. dean a .t S e 4.M..

roduce; he knows the quality; he j divided on this most important sub- First Sunday after Epiphany

nows its type; its flavor; its short- ject. Neither faction could gain a Sun av school, 9:45 a. m. _
The Holy Communion and
omings or its excellence. He knowss majority nothing definite was accomplished 11 sermon, '
a. m.Owing "
he watches a particular tree or setf to Dean Remsen's absencefor

trees grow and develop, exactly :t The sophomores also met on the the annual convocation. in Miami-' : bk.-

-hat their production is-what their above date. Their reason for his. there will be no early celebration o i
'the Holy Communion, and no evening I
ossibilities are. rash action remains a mystery. service.

And as he watched he came to the Title for high: school song, "The Rev. A. A. Rickert and Rev. R. P. : .

onclusion that nursery stock to pro- : days may come, he days may go, but Cobb will officiate at the mid-day I
,
service. I :
uce fruit true to type should be fire drill stays forever." -- 3 #

I added from bearing trees. Not only The Senior Classical club will hold Winter Park Baptist Church

it but he positively insists that all its first meeting for 1915 next Tuesday The Rev. Dr. Kerr Boyce Tupperwill

uds must be taken from the most afternoon. Willis Rogers, chairman preach at the Baptist church in

trolific and healthiest branches of the of the program committee,promises Winter Park Sunday evening and
every evening during the week until
sted trees. the members an interesting program Friday evening. Then he will give '

Mr. Conner is a stickler on princi- for this occasion. his famous lecture on the "Humorous ,
I Side of a Preacher's Life."
les. "Remember," said :Mr. Conner, All seats free. A cordial welcometo

[any nursery tree that is not budded FROM: THE CONSULAR REPORTS I all. --.-:, yc

om bearing trees Is not a first class The pastor, Dr. Douglass will 4 -

eeIf you expect them you may Prices for footwear are going up in preach Sunday morning.For .

pest the quality of fruit produt'ed' England and retailers find difficultyin } #
the 1915
year make somethingto
be medium in grade, uncertain as getting stocks.
eat. Plant corn, rice, sweet potatoes -
variety and large percentage of j Development in Morocco has been
a .
.
.
Irish potatoes, pumpkins, 1
(on-bearing producers." ![I generally stopped because of the war pea- .
nuts, chufus, sugar cane, oats, rye, '
"I make cut of bud wood in Europe. 5'f
no except '", I
and close attention ,
the
pay to hogs, 'T "Jit
Russia wants automobiles, motor # _
m the bearing trees, said Mr. '
chickens and
turkeys geese. Keep 1vk'l I
[onner, as he stepped from tree to ,, trucks and motorcycles. in r
'I something growing your garden
ee critically examining the fruit, Wages are not high in Vancouver.
month of the Let
every year. cottonbe
nd none from them except they are Waitresses in many cases are work-
surplus crop.-Jasper News.
your
good condition." This phrase ing on short pay, women stenographers -

liarply spoken as though he were in have been reduced 25 to 30 percent
The Jacksonville city council has sr,
e witness box is the keynote to the and in some branches of the t aJ
provided only sixty thousand dollars
nner success. He means what he lumber industry wages have been reduced -
for street lighting in the annual budget t
|iys and does what he means. His from 15 to 20 per cent. : I
The present lights cost $74,000a JS. J----:
eory is the criterion all growers Hard asphalt, known as uintahiteor ,
Unless funds
)-ear. more are provided -
fid should follow. gilsoute, has ben discovered in the t
nurserymen the board of bond trustees will "-k 5rrf
The Ocklawaha Nurseries under Philippines on the island of Leyte. -
eir system of propagation from ab- Since the war broke out the demand turn off wenty per cent or the lightsso ---
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to make the :
as cost and the budget
lutely all bearing trees and the best for nitrate has fallen off and provision meetD. 'tze r ; : I

lection of branches from those trees great hardship has followed in Chile. sa

producing orange and grapefruit M. Dowdell again has the honor x

ees that are worth more money toe LAYING SIDEWALK of shipping the first car of Florida I

grower as a start for a money celery from the state. This is the

[aking grove than anything else pos- I 1 A force of workmen have nearly third successive year that Mr. Dow- -

ble for them to obtain in Florida. completed the laying of 250 feet of dell has had this honor. The stock

|"We claim," says Mr. Conner, witht sidewalk in front of Seth Woodruff's was of fine quality in every respect.It ELSIE ST. LEON AS POLLY, and her beautiful horse "Bingo" with "Polly of the Clrcm"
Opera House. Matinee and Might Saturday,Jan. 16th. ,
forceful manner characteristic property at the corner of DeLaney will be marketed through Chase & I

a. successful man, "and can subuE. street and Lucerne Circle boulevard. Co., as heretofore.-Manatee Record.

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.< ing all grades and all varieties, have averaged over the same pe-
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dollars and cents early Grapefruit is far in the lead. .
)k.- "''<. *. 1'P' Shipments made in October and November, which is the early
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., : ;. season afforded by Conner Prolific Grapefruit, have averaged
"""" $2.78 per box for all Grapefruit shipped. Midseason to late
grapefruit has averaged $2.34 per box f.o.b., showing a balancein
favor of the Conner Prolific Grapefruit variety of 44c. per box
f.o.b., for every box shipped of early Grapefruit.

THESE ARE TilE REASONS why we advise you to plant
early Grapefruit. Nearly the entire area planted in Central and
South Florida on both the East and West Coasts for five years.
, has been planted to late varieties of Grapefruit and Oranges.
Tl is not hard to figure out what will happen to the producers of
late varieties of Grapefruit and Oranges in the future when
, their product is placed on the market in competition with can-
taloupes, strawberries and all kinds of fresh fruits that are produced -
in the north and placed on the northern markets to be sold
in competition with their shipments.

When Early! Grapefruit goes to market in October and November -
< t M fi b 4 t ripe luscious and fit to eat, as Conner Prolific varietywill
be at this season, there is nothing to compete with it. Can-
taloupes are gone, apples are not yet ripe, and it is the best fruit
obtainable. That is the reason why early Grapefruit brings a
big price. Government supervision will rule the shipment of
fruit from Florida after the season of 1914-15, and you may depend -
CONNOR PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT 4 YEARS OLD ON ROUGH STOCK LEMON
upon it that early Grapefruit will not be hampered by
__ I shipments of green, unpalatable stuff as has been the rule in
the past; therefore prices should be better than ever before, I
and we advise you with all heartiness and with all good will and
The OMAHA NURSERIES do not alone I I wishes for your prosperity to plant the Conner Prolific Grape- !
prodrce grapefruit fruit and be sure of something staple in the way of returns. Keep I
out of competition with the other fellow as much as you can. i
Far from it. All varieties that will produce Money Making Conner Prolific Grapefruit is perfect on all classes of soil and on I
both rough lemon and sour orange stock. You can produce good
crops and that will' afford fruit for the proper season of ship- color in October and November on high land with Conner Pro-
lific Grapefruit on lemon stock, and on hammock lands and flat-
ment of the highest quality are produced in the Ocklawaha woods lands in all parts of the state you can produce a fruit that
has no equal in the world on sour orange stock. Recommendedfor
Nurseries. all sections, and endorsed by the Bureau of Pomology, and
guaranteed by us to be strictly Al in every particular.r .

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anything else possible for them to obtain in Florida. ... . tQr p.t;. '.
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claim can substantiate that no tree propagated ...
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or budded from another source is a first- ; ( .. t..: I( I .. .. ,' -:rs.
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every opportunity for success to the planter of new groves. It t'.... i -- .: '111: -. i'. d ;,
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q, costs you, maybe, a hundred or maya hundred and fifty dollars III

more for a thousand trees grown in this way, but in ten years I : .. k .. L.l: : 1

the saving effected will double this sum many times, and you can "' ...._ \ .'' .Iwi 4
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\ trees than you can afford to lose the ultimate benefit that you ; ;. Wi --- i1 l {...,.5'. "-iy .
had planned to gain from your grove. Buy Ocklawaha Nursery tN '"" '
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trees produced without a parentage, a pedigree, a source and a !i1iiil' 1'0. ? .;} .

right to your every confidence, and that means that you will 1 (. -J-- :.oo(
come to the Ocklawaha Nurseries where the very best service
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confidence in the outcome of your efforts. t
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i PRES. \\i F.I F. BLACKMAN FLORIDA PRODUCTS YORK IN NEW PURCHASES TEN ACRESPalatka ..


CI: US New York, Dec. .-Owing to the "

.. BUYS 3,800 ACRES recent cold weather, many shipmentsof Man Who Is a Recent GRAND

Florida beans were frozen on arrival Buyer Will Set Out Or- 7
Trees that have been 1
and receivers have been forcedto
Trees and Build
I TRACT BORDERS ST. JOHNSRIVER ange
expert and experienced either refuse to accept them or
3: L2 MILES AND HomeMr.
sacrifice them for just enough to cov-
TOMORROW
_etJ. I WEKIWA 4 MILES :
: Beans in
er express charges. were
i F. A. Smith of Palatka has ,'"
i very heavy receipt, however, and
recently purchased from Mr. F. L.
.I Dr. Blackman Will Develop the prices lower. Strictly fancy offerings Anderson a ten acre tract of land .

Peach Trees, Florida Tract as Live Stock Farm sold at 3504.00 per basket, but three miles south of town on the Con- "On the Isle of Same .

budded onPASCO I -Son to Be Associated the average grades brought anywherefrom way road which he will set out in or- -\1

$1 to $3 per basket. trees and erect house with 't
With Him ange a
PLUM Lettuce is arriving in much better the view An Edison special I feature complete I in two ;'
of making this, the best sec- '
condition and while there are fairly parts. Wilh an all star cast '
including
The Astor Grant, which lies be- tion in the state, his home.
heavy supplies prices are generally
tween the St. Johns and Wekiwa riv-
higher. Some sales have been reported Miriam Nesbitt. Marc MacDermottand
We guarantee every ers, has been recently purchased by 200 VISITORS IN" DUNDEEC.
as high as $2.50 per basket for
to be first-class President W. F. Blackman, of Rollins
ship William West.
extra choice stock, but the average
College from its former owners E. Baxter, of the W. J. Howey
stock, true to name and if sales were made at $1@2 per basket.
Judge T. Picton Warlow, of Orlando Land company, which has been doingso
Peas have been very scarce and the
erly set we guarantee and associates. The tract comprises much in the past two years to-
few offerings that are on the market
about 3,800 acres, and borders the St. wards developing Dundee and sur-
tree to grow or to replace show very poor condition. The gen- 'Buster Brown's Education'An
Johns river for three and one-half rounding country, was in town on
eral complaint is that while the podsare
without cost. miles and the Wekiwa river for four Wednesday as a forerunner of 200
large, the itself is practically
miles. It was fenced by the late Mal- pea visitors to Dundee one solid train Edison comedy. ,
undeveloped and hardly fit for use.
colm Saunders of Maitland and dur- from the North, East and West They
Large peas sold at $2@5, small peas
If you are looking for ing recent years Mr. Frank Adams 1503.50 basket. will arrive in Dundee tonight and
Mr. Martin Doyle and others have per quite a number will visit Bartow be- "
class nursery stock, do The market on eggplants was practically "For the Love of Mike
used it as a cattle range. fore returning home. E. E. Skipperand
unchanged this week. Re- ,
to send for our latest The tract contains something like J. G. Gallemore leave this after- .
ceipts were liberal and prices steady.
1,500 acres of prairie land, 1,000 acres noon to mingle with these homeseekers A Kalem comedy. A Scream.
which is yours for the Sales were made all the way from $2
of hammock 1,000 acres of pine land for a few hours and help bid them
@3.25 per box, according to quality. i
and 400 acres of cypress swamp, lying welcome to the best section of Flor-
Tomatoes are still very scarce and I
along the Wekiwa. It is about I ida.-Polk County Record.
The Thomas in demand at $2@3.25 per box.
two miles distant from the Monroe HEARORCHESTRA.
Peppers are arriving in excellent
station and about a mile distant from FRANCE
ORDERS 30 TONS OF
condition and the market is firm at
Bruen Webb the Paola station while the brick road COCOA "
out of Sanford reaches within a half $3@4 per box.-New York Packer. "

TAMPA f mile of its border.Dr. Pittsburg, Jan. .-The French 1"41"

Blackman will probably form a THE HORSE AND THE AUTO government has placed an order witha

joint stock company for developing local firm for thirty tons of cocoa .
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the tract as a live stock farm. He already -I My good old trusty mare, named for the use of its soldiers accordingto THE BE MUSIC: IN THE CITY. J j

has a considerable number of Myrtle, which to my cart I daily an announcement made here last
and
I want
every man men and mules at work on the place hitch, was ne'er accused of turning night. Representatives of the con- _

in Orlando to see Colonial and will make experiments in growing turtle and dumping people in the cern declare the order is the largestever

and Colonial Park.It improved grasses on the prairie, ditch. She's always prompt to do given by any of the warring nations 5c

makes difference such as Bermuda, Para and Rhodes my bidding, though from a well filled for a single shipemnt of chocolate 1o
no manger torn, and I have never seen
and will out of
grass, set a large area .
er you are interested in the pine land this year in velvet her skidding because her tires were

lots not, all have to badly worn. She has a dozen daily
or you beans soy beans cowpeas corn Jap- BUYERS AND SELLERSI
uses, she's safe and sane and city I TUESDAY
see these beautiful anese cane sorghum Natal grass

is to write, phone or call beggarweed, cassava, peanuts and broke; she doesn't honk like bughouse buy, sell rent, and exchange real
other forage crops. Considerableherds gooses, or fill the air with noxious estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla.,

Dann's office.I of cattle sheep and swine will smoke. Along her stately way pro- over 30 years. Have handled over JOHN E1VIERSOConspiracy"
S20.000.000. Call and see m..:.
ceeding, she calmly hits her eight
want every person in be placed on the ranch as soon as 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
they can be purchased. Beef, mut- mile gait and nothing tempts her
do, to see what can be -IN-
ton, and pork will be grown for the into speeding; she always keeps her

plished in thirty days. market, and it is expected that there head on straight. Along the road she

Hills are really hills. will gradually be built up thoroughbred doesn't thunder with roar and shriek SOMETHING RICEiTwo The

five homes under herds of Aberdeen Angus cat- and dust and stench; as nothing

and several more under tle, of Berkshire and DurocJerseyswine breaks, I don't crawl under to fix her

and of Dr. with a monkey wrench. I take my BeuWul Lots I ANOTHER PARAMOUNT PICTURE.
to be built. Colonial Shropshire sheep. Duildino!]

water, gas and lights. \ Blackman also expects to raise..--mules I nephews and my nieces for pleasantdriveswhen II I the South Or nt c Avenue ':
is o'er all
extent day ; we come
the to
on place some 1 ,
building sidewalks, and J'i Professor Berkeley Blackman, now. home, but not In pieces, our frag- I near Lake Lucerne, spit n t

ing streets. professor of natural science at Rol ments piled upon a door. And then I did vieNv of the lake, only !

Lots in Colonial Hills lins College, will be associated with my good old hag adores me and whenI I 2 1-2 blocks from business I Ii

his father in the management of the think I'll buy a car, my busy con- i center nice.big shade trees i THE OLD RELIABLE
350.00 to $650.00. Lots
place! and :Mr. Martin Doyle, of Win- science up and scores me and gives I shrubbery &c., adjourning i }

lonial Park sell from $ ter Park who has had charge of the me quite a savage jar.-Walt :Mason. lot to one of the best res :

$350, terms to suit grant for some years, will act as fore- i clt-ntes in city.-- For sale by I II DANN'S TRANSFERDr.

SHIPPING FLOWERS NORTH I
man.Dr.. Blackman began coming to j WALTER W. ROSE : B. WIENENOA.. Prop.

Florida and purchased orange groves Violetdale, the pretty flower garden -r REAL ESTATE I

here some twenty-eight' years ago, of Mrs. J. M. Caruthers, on South I Room I A 3 Watkine; aleck !
C ARLOAN N and
Livery Draying HaulingWE
and is now in his thirtieth year as Lake street, received two very nice Phone 55 ,

president of Rollins College; he is orders from parties for some of its 1

also president of the Bank of Winter pretty and choice productions. One

Park, and of the Florida Audubon So- of the orders came from Baltimoreand '
GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
ciety for the Protection of Birds. For the other from Chicago. A ship- : CORDONS CARRIAGE I

many years he has been urging the metn of plants was also sent to ,

importance of live stock growing for Tampa. ; -AND-- I!

Flavoring Florida, and will now put hisiews AUTO AUTO BUS AND TRUCK

concerning this matter to the prac- While it is not generalyl known, it ; BAGGAGE TRANSfERL

tical test. is nevertheless a fact that Judge
for Eight Ten Solicited
Country Driving or
Seminole is becom-
county rapidly Robles is one of the champion cattle
HARRELL Prop.
ing one of the greatest cattle sections raisers of Florida. Last week after

Vanilla of the state and in line with other refusing $72 for a 690-pound steer Piano and Furniture I HORSES FOR SALE

Lemon ereat'improvements in the cattle bus- with horns like a Texas ranger he Moving a Specialty l I

iness will be a mommoth packing killed it and divided it among his 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida

Banana house and cold storage plant at San- friends.Tarpon 'Springs Leader. SE. Church SI. PHONE 487

PineappleStrawberry ford to take care of the Florida meat.
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We are ARCADIA NEW BOARD BUILDING GETS INTO ,t Opera :Souse

extracts of all kinds and WHAT WILL WE HAVE'FOR SUPPEREver

Arcadia, Fla. Jan. 7.-The board SATURDAY JAN. 16th 1t1 1t1t
best
several of the hear this before Let the Delicatessen Man do it,
of trade moved into its new building NIGHT Something new Something 1-0
Orange or Clover Monday, and is now nicely fixed up MATINEE AND Try it. Ask About it.
I ---- - -- - -- ----- for the table. For for tw
,
for business. Secretary Gardner receives Complete Lunch put up ready one
Vegetables Fresh Every MARGARET MAYO'S MASTERPIECE three or more
lette: every few days from I
Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
prospective settlers making inquiries of the Circus COLD MEATS BAKED BEAXSPOTATO : CHEESE I OLI
in regard to business conditions in Polly Ii SALAD .

Arcadia. lie now has several enter- '
CARUTIURS &. prises on the string, the parties in- WITH i J. R. TRESHER J. E. MCHCLS1

teresed investigating matters with a :: CT I Massive Produclion i Phone 26 Bakery

view to opening up in business here. ELSIE 1. LEON A Real Circus on the Stage
:
Hew r Mm / '
The board has heretofore been giving -
a monthly prize for the best kept Prices Night 75c., $1 l, $1.50. Prices Matinee, 50c., $1.
house. Matinee 3 p. m.
premises in the city, but it has now Children anywhere in the I
Night Performance 8:30 p. m. Sale on at Butts' Thurs- i
200
Phone changed this to a prize every six '
Fl
months.; The committee of the board day 9. a. m. Am Leaving '
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, a. - - - 'I t f
en soliciting new members composed ,,. . , MMMORLANDO I 'I f f 1
6 and 8 East Pine of some of the best known men in I And:?\\'ill Specially Price my two Propel

town, started Monday morning soliciting I-/
the business and I A good 6-room house, 7 acres land* Qfot
PHONE 646 among profes- i I full bearing Orange, Grapefruit and Tar; \\.Q;
sional men for new members for the ROOFINGAND blocks of Public School, close to Depot \e, a
AUTO FOR HIRE board and they state tha their suc- tion to making a home this property ff- \e ;
the investment of from 10 to 25 pV :v (I.\e s.
FIRST : cess so far has been much greater t
CLASS REP
market conditions, price $8,500.00;t.e spa 4to4e
anticipated as practcally
than they
BARNARD & SON CO. My Residence Property in K ink Jie<:Jl.
thus far has
approached METAL
every man SHEET o
17 Hughey Street dwelling with every city conve .
] signified his willingness to become a land highly improved 1500 Cgarden. ra-" ..<::.Y "c6- 1
12-10-1m members the is close V Qh
member. The more Property ihd.) e5t ..
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more money in the treasury, and also Tile Tin Asbestos I most House >,) sQrett\
Metal Slate, i the actng. and'1! ypgl -y
Dr. S. S. the more enthusiasm. Almost every !I 500 and will give po \o'\ x--- ;
business and professional man in Ar- and Rubber RoofingsCornices I See owner only. \1f 1 4off '

CHIROPRACTORgraduate cadia will be a lire, active member of I r my car to any place in ore

the board of trade before the committee Ventilating Metal Ceilings $
Davenport College, Skylights Healing, I EI
18 Yowell-Duckworth: bui gets through. :
209- .Intelligent! I BO. +
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r-o;4 South e t Florida THE DAILY Sentinel ADDRESS BY MRS. MANN NEWTON OF R. I. ARRIVES ,,1 Here is a Bargain and


MORNING AND WEEKLY Should be Snappedup
W. M. GLENN EditorW. Wife of Bishop of South Florida Well Known Winter Resident: \ I. f
C. ESS1NGTON 0'.. Easinru Manager
_---- -- ----- Speaks to Ladies of St. Arrived Yesterday From i iI | by Speculators. -
Entered at the pwtoffire at Orlando Florida -
t u Second Clans Mail Matter. Mary's: Guild on Auxiliary I Providence-Son Is I
Work
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Better .
Daily. 1 Year 15.00 I OUR"MADE
Daily.Daily. 6 S Months Month .. %1.25.50 Mrs Cameron Mann wife of the I Mr. O. P. Newton, one of 1

Dt;Ij. 1 Month .0......6a Episcopal bishop of the southern dio- oldest and prominent orlando.s'I'

Weekly. 1-Year ....._.........,:.:.: ..,_it.0o cese of Florida, was in Daytona on dents, arrived yesterday afternoon on j Forty-five acres in the Lake
1'"' ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN Wednesday and Thursday of this I the Tampa Special from Providence, Conway District where like
I IN AMERICA"S..ALE
I -- ADVANCETO week accompanied by her daughter, R. I.Ir.. Newton was late in coming 1
,-- ADVERTISERS: Mrs. William Edgar Fisher, of New down this season on account of the property is selling from 100

York. The ladies while here were serious illness of his son, George II., I This
Copy far display and all other hand-act to $125 per acre tractis
, dTtrtiftinr mutt be hand.Q in at the business guests at the Morgan hotel. with typhoid, but he is rapidly convalescing -:'
. office the day.f. before the Sentinel publication.n
to chance far contract advertising; it U lando, is visiting points along the I will arrive in about two weeks. For i iI \ Is timberedand
In.ariable and will be strictly adhered to. groves. heavily
-- East Coast on her way to Miami to the present Mr. Newton will make;'
Subscribers desiring; ---The Sentinel discontinued attend the convocation in that city I his home at the Orland. is very rich soil. Owneris
t should notify the office in writing on I.next week. i Is proving itself a winner, mainly for two A
the date of expiration. otherwise it will be a non-resident and has in-
continued at the regular: subscription rates Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Mann 4 PAVING ASSESSMENT MUST BE reasons-the first by purchasing "Madein

I Telephone until notice Numb to stop r .is...received................... 24 I addressed the ladies of St. Mary's I PAID BY JANUARY 15: structed us to sell this prop- America" goods you are supporting
church guild at the guild hall on Or-
1915. erty at only sixty dollars per Home Industries, and the second you are
SUNDAY, JANUARY 10. ange avenue on the subject of auxiliary (Continued from page 1)
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1 I work, and urged the formationof 'I laid at one time. acre. purchasing wanted goods at much under
Gay O-r-1-a-n-d-o! I Io auxiliary here. She is fluent A
an a
Since October 28, 1914 $10,138.76of
their intrinsic value. We have not considered -
and pleasant speaker but it is a question I paving asessments have been paid.
Go to church today. if the organization of an auxil- Up to last night the books of the city COSTS at all. Everything has A
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1 0 iary in Daytona will meet with much i clerk showed that $15,869.95 of the Cooper Atha 1 been priced at what we truly think it will
Even one enemy in Orlando is one favor, as the guild, in addition to its paving assessments were unpaid. Less 1I I A

too many. regular duties, also looks after the than one-half of the total paving as- 114 South Orange Are. Ground Floor I fetch.
r d missionary work and in this way j sessments for the work already done
s' Orlando is certainly 0 the automobile really covers the auxiliary function.- i remains unpaid. In some cases it i iI isI Phone No. 311 I The Sale is for 10 days duration

i city of the state. Daytona Gazette-News. I going to be a pretty stiff proposition


you When take you the want Sentinel.Let o the.news, of course, COLD IN WEST VIRGINIA 'assessments.,I BOY SCOUTS NOTICE .1 6 More !

o l j yet remains a few days of Only Selling Days

i grace in which to pay overdue assessments The Boy Scouts are requested to
boost the Subtropical -
every one I but on January 15, five days
meet at the Methodist church this af-
Midwinter Exposition.Have New Arrivals Report Cold I|distant, liens will be filed on the prop- -- - --
o Weather in W. Va., and I erties and the unpaid assessments ternoon at 2:30 o'clock to go for a
you signified your intention walk. Scoutmaster Woodnich will be
Transition 'VasDelightful |will draw 8 per cent. interest per annum I
1.J of''joining the civic parade I for one year. I in charge. Here's.a few specials

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"here is only one way to cure lazion't I
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Tetrick, who 36 inch STRIPED CORAII SILKS
get the habit.
o are numbered among the veteran winter Make splendid waists, spring dresses,
residents of Orlando, reached the
rn Uincing is mostly sitting i and men's shirts in a fine range of
afternoon the Tampa
city yesterday on j
[watcl.mg some one else do it. Special and will remain here until { stripe effects worth 59c. yard.
o
late in the spring. "It was very I Sale Price-
do led the state on the "Rest .
cold, said Mr. Tetrick, "when we left I
dea and now they're all doin' our home in \Worthington. Va.,
and while the trip down was very delightful -I LAKE EOLAHere 39 cents

o we were happy when we
v York cotton exchange seat reached Orlando." As usual they will
$9,500 the same as the last make their home at 312 North Main. 2000 YARDS LACES

They are receiving a warm welcome Valenciennes and Shadow Laces, Edges

----0- from many friends. is an unusual offering, one that I can unhesi- and Insertions, in widths from 1 inch to
It is something to live in a country
where needs tatingly recommend GREAT BARGAIN. The lot is 10 inches.
a man never a passport. RESULT OF CONFERENCEEl as a
-New York World.In Regular values up to 35c.
90x200 and the house contains seven rooms and bath.
o
Paso, Tex.. Jan. 9.-Gen. Villa Sale PriceS -
I
an address at Philadelphia, Gen. promised today he would put a stopto Servants room on premises. Orange and grapefruit and
[Nelson A. Miles said "the war has all fighting; along the :Mexican and cents

.only fairly commenced." United States border. This promisewas I peach trees, shruberry and flowers and ornamental

o made to Gen. Scott, with whom ,
Bacon is still soaring but Shake- Villa had a long and amicable confer plants. Owner will sell furnished or unfurnished. The

Jeare' mayj be had at the same old ence. The Mexican chieftain said he 1500 YARDS SWISS AND DOMESTICEMBROIDERIES
location is No. 215 E. Robinson avenue, on north shore of
price, bound in calf at that.o would order Maytorena to sign an

agreement already signed by Hill of Lake Eola, and overlooking Eola Park. Listed exclu-
As soon as a woman finds out that the Carranzista forces neutralizing': Edges, Insertions and Bandings, in

she can boss her husband she at :all the border towns, and would send sively with me. The price will astonish you, it too low, widths from iy inches to 6 inches, a

once becomes his better half. I Cabral instead to invade the interior splendid selection.
of Sonora and the west coast. but owneris determined to sell. Cash or terms.
o : Regular values up to 25c. yard

Linwood Haines, Ltd.. of America, i Sale Price-
a large mail order house of Camden, EARL COOPER WINS SAN DIEGO

N. J-, has gone into bankruptcy. II EXPOSITION AUTOMOBILE -
o RACE 8 cents .-
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Wonderful things happen in the
San Diego, CaL, Jan. 9.-Earl a
imagination of some Orlando peoplein S. Y. WAY.
certain localities, but it never happens Cooper, driving his Stutz number 8, 2500 YARDS
won the 305 mile $10,000 San Diego I
FLOUNCINGS, LACE CAMASOLES,
-i exposition race here today. Time

WHO?- o four hours forty minutes and ten sec I Insurance and Real Estate Agent AND LACESA a

The newspapers of Florida are onds. magnificient assortment, many of the

crediting an editorial under the cap- I PHONE 172Pickard designs and effects exclusive to ourselves.
tion "Starting Late in Life" to the Dr. Gourley's two acre strawberryfield Regular values from 50c. to $1.50.
Tampa Tribune. As the editorial concludes on the hard road north of town, I
with "I should say that if is coming into bearing, and the big I Sale Price-

Mistress Necessity were to use the luscious strawberries are now in the

.. sh. Thomas E. Edison could create local markets. We can testify to 29 centsGROCERY
Ifciple of new fortunes." It is cer- their fine quality, for the doctor lefta I

_that the Tribune never wrote it basket at the Times office last

d it as an original editorial. I I week-the largest and finest berrieswe
'* have seen.-Sarasota Times. -
the whole
|L gives thing away.
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will be fashionable after I

Reason: The young men I
New Arrivals
not have time for nacili-

taving and when they are : China
th fighting each will haveth { Onega Flour

[ of beard. They will all
,and much admired by the Pop Corn

dote heroes. Hence, I
on
v 11 take to wearing beards. The vigilance of the German Navyhas i t Cod Fish

iuld welcome even this if
\ i a signal that the cruel not prevented Mr. Pickard from replenishing his stock of Blanks for HalibutSeed


0- I painting this justly popular I Potatoes

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French-American TablewareTwo
in years from 1900 to 1910,
ion of Florida increased j
,t. Half of the decade consignments received within the last few days which we offer in 1J: -

.* 1920 will pass with j
sets, also in single pieces.
gill our record of i
ade! We need .
t' 1qd boost and i ICKSONTIYECr CO.

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Admission 5 centli"I.'III'II"I"I'II": How to Prove

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MONDAY'S PROGRAMFour Pen
? Reels Four Reels I
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.tDZ1JDOl.: .A. 101 Bison. Pauline Bush and M. J. i k Won't Leak
MacQuanie in "The Hopes of Blind
Alley" This is a great three-reel T OOKatthefeedtutie. IfiUicnrwd-
I ll *- like the I'ark"-UI Fen wont leak
Allan Dawn.
produced by
drama The
CrjstaL Pearl White in a riproaring ...<*.Parker. ...u.Lucky.". i.rrf Curve,causing heed Capil-Tube 1
comedy "Who Is in the Box?" lary Attraction. This draws ink out
i I of feed tube,as ia picture the instant
+ you turn pen upright. That why
Parkers wont leak. .r
:Jlr.: Geo. A. Huntchinson, of Chi- I Ordinaryfountainpenshavestraight
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iced tubes in which ink stays,
evrnwhen
e.: (+ cago, arrived in Orlando last evening I pen is point up. Air inside of -t
1h and for his pen.expandinBfromheatofrourbody.:
I the present will make I form this ink out onto end of pen.
home at the Orland. Mr. Hutchinsonowns Standard style Parker Lucky Curve
ail' Pens$1.50 to$250.00 according: to sue
considerable valuable realty in I r cod ornamentation.N .
; and around Orlando. .w Parker Jack Knif Safety P.a I
cannot leak If it tries. Yoo can even
carry it .,nJ. 4a>.. Prices $2.50 op.PEN. .



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We protect
II Drums for shipping and storage dealer.

I rlaxthn nrtrty RENT-Two pleasant rooms for tanks kept on hand. Get a leakiest Parker Pea into year
light housekeeping, for adults. 510 pock;\before( In.A.llen .

West Central. Lubricating: Oil and Greases to suit
-Edited By Miss Eliza Wright I
all cars. Give make of car when you
Office No. Residence No. WANTED-Three good rooms, or
telephone If9. telephone 25" order.
I small cottage for light housekeep-- - & CO.
ing. Address B, care Sentinel. ,
WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDARJan. I Gassman, Robinson Mrs. Irwin, Mr. 1-10-lt
Hartcorn :Mr.: John Porter Dr. G. II. GULF REFINING CO JEWELERS

10th-16th. Edwards, Dr. George Porter, Mr. Ca- A NEW SIX ROOM: HOUSE for sale, ,, nbz.

I denas Mr. Cliff. with fireplace bath room and city P. G. WALTON, Agent 11 YO lI -
Sunday Weston-Foltz I
water. Inquire of C. W. Rowe Edge-
Uusual church services. I Miss Lydia Weston and Mr. Wil- I wood street Concord Park. 1-10-61 Office Phone 430.:

Monday I liam Foltz, popular young people of Residence Phone 269. MIOilill HiMIMMMIMBMIiMliiHIBI
Rosalind Club business meeting I Oviedo, will be united in marriage on
FOR RENT Two rooms with kitchen -
8:15 P. M.-Euchre party. Catholic I Tuesday at the home of Captain
electric lights all conveniences
;
school hall. Brannon. The happy couple will I ; ;
use of garage if desired. Apply 308
Tuesday make their home in Oviedo and they i
West street. Mrs. Robinson.
3 P. M.-Sorosis Club; current have the best wishes of their many I-IO-it. VENEER CORES
event friends.
Junior Matrons Card Club; Mrs I I At Duke Hall
Allan Weathersbee hostess. Mr. and Mrs. A. Nathan and daughter .FOR: RENT-Nice 3 room cottage. $1.25 If your neighbor's house needs

8:30 P. :\ .-Auction; Miss Shep- -. Miss Hester, arrived yesterday to i' Apply at 308 Gore avenue Orlando, painting, do him a real kindness by
pard hostess; Cathedral schooL spend their ninth winter at Duke |I Fla. 1-10-lt Per Strand Up
Wednesday Hall. Prior to their arrival, friends telling him about Sun Proof Paint

10 A. M.-Equal Suffrage League, had placed beautiful flowers in their i|AUTO! AUTO-Five! passenger au- FIREPLACE CHUNKS AND and the Orlando Paint & Wall Paper
Unity Chapel. rooms and waited eagerly to welcome !, tomobile for $99.99 cash. Call at OAK WOOD
3 P. M.-Wednesday Card Club; them. The guests at the Hall are like i i house back of public library. :M.: P. Company, 205 South Orange avenue.
Mrs. E. F. Sperry hostess. one large family and some very warm i Wallam Winter Park Fla. l-10-3t Orlando Wood YardB.
Poinsettia Club; Mrs. Walton hos- friendships have been made there dur-
ing several seasons. ,V ANTED-Sal-: and collector, W. Kingsley, Proprietor
tess.Twentieth Century Club. Mrs. Branham III with team or auto, auto preferable. PINE STREET AND R. R.
Unity Circle; Recent Poetry Miss The many friends of Mrs. A. G. I Answer quick at 43 East Pine street. Telephone 344 I
Eleanor Gordon. Branham will regret to learn that she I l-10-3tc 9-30
Thursday is very ill at her home on Lucerne ,
ii* siiiieiiiiI
Circle. - - - - - - - - - - -
3:30 P. M.-U. D. C. meeting; Mrs.B. :
G. Abernethy hostess. Here for Winter FOR P.ENT-Furnished or unfur- :
.
8:30 P. M.-Gentlemen's evening, Mrs. L. B. Hamblin, of Elgin, HI. I nished rooms for light housekeeping. LI
Rosalind Club. wiht her sister Mrs. Sherwin, are I; Apply to 601 East Central ave- ,
Friday again occupying their bungalow on nue, or phone 591. 1-10-6tc
Nullos Card Club.! Lake Highland for the winter season. I FRANK A. CURTIS WILlIt R. O'NEAL
Equal Suffrage League II -
FOUND-Emergency crank for self- --
D. A. R. Card Party The Orlando Equal Suffrage League starting automobile. Owner can
The D. A. R. card party for the will hold a meeting at ten o'clock on I have same by identifying propertyand
benefit of the Belgians given :yesterday Wednesday morning at Unity Chapelon paying for this ad. Call at this Established 1886
afternoon at the home of Mrs. S. East Central and West street. I office. 1-10-tf
A. Robinson on North Main street, Subject for discussion, "Florida Laws _
was a decided success. There were Concerning Children," Mrs Schnarr, ::
t sixteen tables of players and many leader. WANTED-Good housekeeper be-
who came in for tea which was i tween 40 and 50 years jf age, CURTIS & 09NEAL
served about five o'clock. A consid- OXE LONELY SPEEDERIn I without children Easy work and I ,
erable sum was realized for the relief household conveniences. Telephoneto
fund to aid the BelgiansInformal I D. B. Stewart Apopka Fla. or
Dance police court yesterday E. A. write Box 163, Apopka, Fla. No con- INSURANCE LOANS
On Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Gresslesie, arrested by Officer Peel I I sumptive need apply. 1-10-tfc

James Laughlin III. gave an informal for exceeding the speed limit, was
dance in the grill room of the San fined $10 and costs.ROUND I FOR RENT New five room bungalow t
Juan. Between the dances sandwiches I ; screened throughout; bath; RE .ESTATE_
and punch were served. The guests open air sleeping apartment; hot and RENTALS'r
were :Mr.: and Mrs. Harry Hoffman. TABLEAt I cold water; electric lights; best residence tj
:Mr.: and Mrs. Seth Woodruff Mr. and section; six blocks from business -
:Mrs: James Calder, Mr. and :Mrs.: I center. Call Western
Union of-
Ralph Yearby Mr. and :Mrs.: Harry the meeting of the Round Table I flee. l-10-6tc
Beeman, and Messrs. Edwin and Lester Oil Sunday evening: at Unity Chapel, j

Beeman. Mr. J. P. Williams: will read a paperon I
Delightful Bridge Party "The Florida Indians." Meeting FIRST TRIP TO FLORIDA FO R E\r---Bjn'ilo 5 ROD TIS Furnished, South Main .
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Robinson enter-
begins 7:30 All in- .
tained about friends at bridge at sharp. are Street.
thirty
Among the many persons who are !
in honor of Mr. vited. ftx
on Friday evening
making their initial visit to Orlando
Hartcorn, who is their house guest
for a few days. Col. and Mrs. Brad- HAS RENTED this winter are Rev. John J. Bridges, Seven Room House South Orlando. -
shaw and Miss Gassman made the PROPERTYD. wife and three children, who arrived

high scores. The hostess served a delicious G. :McKay: a real estate man and Friday evening from Montclair N. J,

included salad Mr. and comes.Mrs.T Algernon}* r'ieet Ha-'*st fruit grower of Kissimmee, with his I They have rented :Miss Julia Chap- Two New Five Room Houses, South West Orlando.I .

den, Mr. and Mrs Sylvan .ucrilrov, family has rented of Jas. A. Knox man's residence on Grace street and
Col. and Mrs. Bradshaw Mrs. R. L. the property on the south side of will remain until April. They have

Harris Mrs. Forrest Carr. Mrs Hattie Lake Lucerne known as the Brittin been spending their winters in various I
Davis, :Mrs.: II. A. Vivian, Mrs:: C. I I
G. Wescott, Misses Sperry Kilmer property.: :\Ir.lcKay is a welcome parts of Florida a\id decided to ,
Hart Porter Washington Firnkoess. addition to Orlando's citizenship. try the City Beautiful. i iI
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SENTINELWANTS WANTED J-/uxnt>er% La1:11: aI1.d: Shingles

GIRL WANTED-For general house-
work. Apply 19 East Pine street.
1-7-6

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WANTED-Middle aged woman for
house work. Apply Box H. care ..
Sentinel. 1-5-tf

The Morning Sentinel Want' WANTED-Position
Directory is the Greatest Want as companion;
good reader no objections
; to trav-
Ad Medium in Orlando. eling. Address B, care Sentinel. ORLANDO
l-8-3t
Terms Cash in Adrance.

WANTED-To trade 1914 Ford, I

For One RATES ________ equipped with shock absorbers,
Day ------ 23t electric
,I For Three Days ____________50c for bumpers larger to lights, fine condition, Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
ARE YOU ONE OF THEM ? For Six Days ----___________75c party. Address car Box carry 93, Orlando.6 or 7 in

For One Month ---_______.$ .50 l-9-3t ---- -- -_____ _u__ ___ ___ ____ __ _
This rate applies all ads ---
on of - - ---- -- - - -
1 There are many people who 25 words or less. If the ad con- LOST-Masonic Pin. Return to N.
f have been in Orlando long will tains be more than 25 words the rate Wagner at 308 Central avenue and 11101101111111111111'.1111111111111111111111111111.11.01.. . .81111..1..1.SUB.TROPICAL *
enough to have decided one cent per word for receive reward. l-8-3t
to
,t each additional word, for each in-
sertion.If .
LOST-A small suit cage; on road to
BUY A HOMEr you can't bring your ad to Club
the office No. Country between Rosa Cot-
telephone 24. Accounts EXPOSITION I
tage and Fair Villa. Finder return to
We have listed on our books a payable opened the following by telephone day.will be J.l-9-3t S. Eaton, mail carrier R. R. 2.

r few

Every Home-Every Business- LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN-A MIDWINTER
Every Man has use for a
GENUINE BARGAINSt Sentinel Want Ad. small yellow terrier dog, on Sun-
I day, December 27th. Return to II. A.
Lumsden and receive reward.
pie would be pleased toe l-9-3t

you see. The prices FOR SALE OBL..8. DO. FL..8.
ge in value from $1700.00 TO THE SPIRITUALISTS and ad- i ..
FOR SALE-A very attractive mod vanced thinkers of Orlando: I ama
|9500.00, and every one of ern home, on large lot, with private Psychic from the Middle West and
k will bear closest investi- lake front; beautiful view of three want to get in touch with you. Address t IEHQ 9-131915
large lakes; also adjoining lot a beau: R. S., General Delivery, or care .
tiful building site, set with Sentinel. 1-9-3t-*
in and let us take you young
trees; private lake front. See the
show you what we owner at 98 Lakeview avenue. TEN ACRES overlooking Orlando;
1-9-Gt all cleared; fine land; good home I EDUCATIONAL
site. $2,000. H. McDaniel.. Phone

FOR SALE-Family horse, harness 708. I
fNDO Embracing-Agriculture Horticulture Floriculture Domestic
,
,
BUILDINGS LAND CO and carriege; horse safe and sound.
Apply Frank Ford Lake Lurna. Now is the time to buy your seed Arts and Crafts with exhibits of Stock Hogs and
1-9-2t* Irish potatoes. Wilson & Toomer I Poultry,
North Orange Avenue have the Improved Rose No.1 and
and the products of South Florida. Racing Polo Sports
PHONE: COB Bliss Triumph, grown specially for ,
FOR RENT-Large, pleasant fur them, and inspected by U. S. and
govern- AreoplansLectures Entertainments all kindsFor
POSITS SAN JUAN HOTEL nished rooms; in good location; ment. See H. C. :McDaniel, agent
with private family; close in. 302 Phone 708. 1-8-12t*
.DALE North Orange avenue. 1-9-6t*

BRYANT NICHOLAS & NICHOLAS
WIS A GILES. Counsel FOR SALE-At half price. 50 sewer information or premium list, address
A. pipe, 12 inch; 130 sewer pipe, 8 MANUFACTURE all classes of hair
i PEPPERCORN. Contractor inch; 270 drain tile, 6 inch; 1 sulky goods; prices reasonable and work WM. R. O'NEAL Sec'y H. H. D1CKSON Pres. i
plow; 1 riding cultivator. Arbor: first class. Call and see us at ;303 ,
Villa, Colonial Drive and East City Garland street. 1-6-1mo*
Limits. 1-8-6t* 'I

I ct' C.C "iel "D'IJD"I'IDIII'IIIIII.tta"'I " 8 iMMIMIHC
p FOR SALE-At a bargain, five room WE HAVE NOW READY FOR DELIVERY -
house, two lots small stable and Irish Potatoes, warranted
IE .LIMITED" I chicken house; grapefruit and orange free from scab or other diseases.
: trees on place. Inquire at 722 Center Drop me a card or phone 708 and let -
i street. 1-8-lwk* us talk over your requirements. I..r
Between will make it to our mutual advan-
FOR SALE-To those only who have tajre. H. McDaniel.
Fille, Chicago and St. Louis cash capital to invest in winter
homes; also big acreage in groves and IF YOU ARE LOOKING for well)) Jljw "t"KINCAID
established January 6, 1915 trucking lands. Address Box 814, ,, rooted orange and grapefruit buds, Or 1
Orlando. 1-8-lmoc see II. McDaniel.. Phone 708. ?
orthbound Daily Southbound
9:35 am Lv. Jacksonv'e Ar. 7:30 pm FOR SALE-30 acres land, 20 fenced, NOTICJr have accepted agency for
5:08 pm Ar. Macon Lv. 11:45 am 10 cleared ready fer setting trees; Wilson & Toomer's fertilizers in '
8:03 pm Ar. Atlanta Lv. 8:05 am close to depot, 3 miles from Orlando. Orange county and will! appreciatethe
12:18 am Ar. Chattan'ga Lv. 4:37 Cheap if sold in 30 days. Lock Box catronage of their old customers,
: am
No.4, and hOfto make. new<< friends for this
4.50 am Ar. NashvilleEvansville Lv. 12.10 am I 1-3-lmo
firm. Their Ideal brands are too well
9:28 Ar.
am Lv.
_6:35.pm Ar._Chicago _Lv. 11:30 7:30pm amLv.2:15 FOR SALE-12:: pairs full blooded :known for any comment at my hands. I AND SNOWON[
My experience
as a grower of both
Berkshire pigs, the
just
.2:59-' pm Ar. St. Louis - pm- I to roast, at Chas. Rock's farm.right 24tf size fruit and vegetables warrants we in
;- sl'incas their agent I can be of !
Solid Train Compartment-Observa real service to those who have grove
tion cars, Standard Pullman cars and I FOR SALE-One seven passenger, trouble. I am prepared to give to I Orlando's Largest and Cheapest
coaches, between Jacksonville and I six cylinder automobile, 1 year old, my patrons not only my own experience I I
L Chicago. Standard Pullman sleepers first class condition. Don't answer but that of the firm, which covers -
Jacksonville to St. Louis.DINING unless interested. Address Bargain, every detail of the citrus and \eg- Il
care of Sentinel. 11-14-tf citrus industry. 1}. C. McDaniel. I FURNITURE HOUSE
.I. CARS Phone 708.EIGHTEEN.

FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine
hammock land in AND A HALF ACRES
i ; eight the
Atlantic Coast Line present crop of oranges will grove be;from five of land old on Lake Gatlin; sixteen in Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told, year oranges and grapefruit;
ready for sE.tting-l0 acres in lake, overlooks four lakes; in perfect con l .
Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. one and quarter miles from Apopka. dition. Price 12000. Nothing bet-
i Price, $5,000. Address W. II, Pox ter in Florida, unless it is the property I I
below described.
178. Orlando. Fla. 9-23-tf I :
n. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., I..
Tanfpa. Florida. I FOR RENT TWENTY' ACRES, in good neighborhood -
; fine land: 10 acres in beir-
ing trees; good lake protection; gc-od t
FOR RENT-A suite of rooms for trees Price
on $10,000. with
..Real Estate Boughtand light housekeeping, with bath, hot crop fruit; or owner will keen fruit, deducting -
and cold water; a pleasant neighbor-- $2.000 for same. Offered only IB
hood; close in; near Eola park. Call for
reasons beyond control.
owners

Sold. I 307 FOR East RENT-Furnished Pine. rooms 1-7-6 for See Phone H.708.C. McDaniel for particulars. B Beill the N]MY1 Year r Hi[

I ,I light housekeeping, on first, second
Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash and third floors; no objection to chil- Dr Buckmaster I
4 d $1.00 per week buys a Lot dren over 12 or under 1 year. 300
East Concord. Phone 380. 1-2-tfc
> RENTS COLLECTED, OSTEOPATH t1
'.-wavy Work Promptly and Nratlj FOR RENT-Beautiful dwelling with I
Done. garage; elegantly furnished; on
Lake Lucerne. Jas. A. Knox. Graduate of Kirksville
8-27-tf I Cook and Heat

132 S. Orane.Avenue
ATCHERDO SEVEN ROOM, new stucco cottage, I
one block from Eola park; com-
ABOVE PEOPLES BANK PHONE 578
[ ,FLORIDA mands fine view of city. Price $5,500. s
H. McDaniel, phone 70S.I .
Pinehurst Park I i WITH

). Box 281 j I FOR RENT-6 room house, with all I I
!0-R-1 m modern improvements; furnished; (
$150 season 3 months. One cottage,
for light housekeeping, $30 a month. LAKE SITEFour ,.
I Room and board for couple of tour- [ !
JMDOC ists. $12 per week. Inquire Cooper
Atha. 12-13-1m I

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BING CO1 FOR RENT-Rooms, with or without miles from Orlando, one
board; also rooms for light house- mile from Post Office Schoolsand
keeping; several apartments from 1 i
t H to 4 rooms, each at very reasonable Churches and Packing

PINE STREET prices. Inquire of F. L. Anderson, House. On good road just one
112 West Church street. Phone -159.126tf .
mile from Orlando Sandford d
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ONE 122


'. I FOR Inquire RENT No.Large 8 West, attractive Washington room.St.ll8tfc Surrounded road. by fine Groves; Vir Tilell y llJll' lie

ting. "'ces at LO\V-I! ginia Citrus Pine Land Timber.with water Excellent protection n Sllrely IJ llaDYORLANDO J


FOR RENT--beven room house; wa- and beautiful lake frontage
'line.t0p. ter, gas, electric lights. bath, etc.;
I$I barn, stable, chicken house; lot 100 by I
"- 8 used I 200 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange Sixty Acres at
avenue. 10-31-tf
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1' ..*4Olt8. nJ I FOR RENT-Small fiat- modern conveniences I $20 Per Acre
ate'. yw',. unfurnished. Jas. A.I J I
'JJ. I
OJ J,....nox. 11-3-tf I WATER & LIGHT CO.

'iJ4T.:. LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
O f.f."'ults only. 409 Delaney street. Think of it and seei

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\painter and decorat? i ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. .
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About two years ago I thought I had sold out my business and so advertised, but at the last mom $nt


the purchaser backed out, and I had to continue the business. I now announce that the business is FOR


SALE with Stock, Fixtures, Good-will and Lease of Store Room ; and that a liberal reduction will be madefor


the entire business", and in the meantime, I will close out the stock at cost and below cost in many instances and that the sale will continue as long as there is a dollar's worth of goods 1

left, or until some one buys the stock and good-will. There wil be no slip this time as I am positively going out of business. My books are open to any intending purchasershowing a constantly

increasing business, ALL CASH, and very little slow stock. My reason for selling is partly I poor health, and princi pally because I made up my mind some years ago to quit ,the

mercantile business. when I was 50 years old. I failed to do this two yearS"ago for the reason above stated, but this time nothing will prevent me from going out of business. EVERYTHING -

w IN THE STORE WILL BE SOLD AT COST for the present, and as the stock gets lower the knife will be put in deeper. I will only mention a few of the prices, but these Tew

will give a general idea of the cuts made throughout the entire stock. ,

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TABLE LINEN- SOISETTES25c. WOOL BLANKETS-

kind for _____________________________18c $5.50 kind for ----- ____$3.50
$1.75 kind for __________________________$1.25 -----------------

$1.50 kind for __________________________$1.15 LADIES HANDKERCHIEFS COTTON BLANKETS-

$1.25 kind for ____________________________95c ___
35c. kind for _____ _____________________25c $2.75 kind for _____$2.00
$1.00 kind for --__________________________SOc 25c. kind for _____________________________20c $2.50 kind for---------------------- ____$1.85
75c. kind for _____________________________55c kind for ----------------------
$1.50
CURTAIN GOODS25c. ___$1.10
60c. kind for _____________________________45c ----------------------
kind for _____________________________19c $125.00 kind for -------------------______95c-
SOc kind for _____________________________40c
20c. kind for _______________-___________loc
SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES- 15c. kind for ____________________________lOc LADIES FLANNELETTE GOWNS !

10 and 121/jc. kind for _____:-______________08c $1.00 kind for ------------------------___goc |
81x99 Sheets, 90c. kind for_________________68c 75c. kind for _______55C *
LADIES VESTS- ----------------------
72x99 Sheets, 85c. kind for_______ __________63c GOc. kind for
___ ______ ---------------------- ______45c .
SOc. kind for ____ __ _____________40c -
81x90 Sheets, 85c. kind ____________________63c 50c. kind for
35c. kind for ____________________________25c --------------------------___40c
72x90 Sheets, 80c. kind for _________________58c 1
25c. kind for _____________________________20c MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Same Reductions. -
63x90 Sheets, 70c. kind for _________________52c
LADIES CORSETS .

The above are all 1st quality, seamless sheets, stockis $3.00 kind for -------___________________$2.00 MEN'S ECLIPSE SHIRTS-
$1.50 kind for ____________________ 1 '
------ $1.15
them if $2.00 kind for __________________________$1.50
not large; get at once, you want any. $1.00 kind for ____________________________SOc |
$1.50 kind for ---------_________________$1.00 I

45x36 Pillow Cases, 25c. kind for ____________19c $1.00 kind for ____________________________80c MEN'S WORK SHIRTS50c. R 1
45x36 Pillow Cases, 22l/c. kind for _________17c
COAT SUITS AND HATS-
kind for ----------_-______________40c 1 ;
42x36 Pillow Cases, 20c kind for ____________15c I Many kinds of Heavy Winter Goods and Hats will
j
; 42x36 Pillow Cases, 15c. kind for ___________12c be sold at any price, no reasonable offer will be MEN'S HEAVY UNDERWEAR50c. -
refused. kind for ----______________-________40c :
42x3 Pillow Cases, 12 /2c. kind for -----______lOcOUTING i
t FRUIT OF THE LOOM MEN'S UNION SUITS- '

FLANNEL- 122c.. kind for ___________________________09c
$1.00 kind for __ __________ __75c
121c. kind for ___________________________lOc Special Nainsook finish, 12Y_c. kind for _____09c -------- -- ----

; lOc. kind for _____________________________08c Hope Muslin, lOc. kind for ________________OSc SILK HOSE$1.00 1

Ginghams, lOc. kind for -__________________OSc kind for --------------________________--75c

POPLINS Ginghams, 12'/. kind for _________________lOc 50c. kind for ------------------___________40c I
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25c. and 35c. kind for ____-_________________19c Percales, 12V>c. kind for ___________________lOc 35c. kind for ---------------------________25c: j
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(f the vessels to enter trade in no way ; THE CALL OF FLORIDA I DICTATES OF FASHION FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT TO BE j I Ii
GREAT BRITtAN WANTS TO : 'PERFORMS OARING FEATS -
beneficial to Germany, Austria and i i, FEATURED ON ALL SEABOARD -
Turkey. |! This is the title of a very attractive Many hat crowns are made of nets I
AIR
I LINE DINING
I and interesting pamphlet issued and metallic cloths.
00 RIGHT THING Little Hand of French Soldiers CARS
WHO COMPELS YOU TO ACT by the land department of the Flag- - I

I I Were Cut Off and Per- s!i ler System, and was written by Rich- The long cassock sh The Seaboard Air Line
NOTE TO U. S. IS WHOLLY I Don't fool yourself with the idea formed Daring 1 ard H. Sdmonds, editor and proprietor tremendously becoming.0 agreed to feature Florida railway has f
that you are compelled to do or le I Acts |I of that well known and reliable ---0-- grapefruit t i
f I
CONCILIATORY; SHOWS I i 1 on all)) its dining cars, and to reduce I
the Manufacturers Record
publication,
You -
;anything. are not doing things -
veils not in fashion. The
are the price to ten cents half
PROPER SPIRITNo a portion,
i because you are compelled to, but be- I Paris, Dec. 8.-(By mail to New Baltimore, who, in this account all black veil leads. and fifteen cents a whole portion.
\cause you choose to. Because there York.-When the Germans made views Florida from an industrial, ---0-- I .
Announcement is made the
by Florida
English Disposition to Pro- j its one line of reasoning within yourself their great march through the prov- practical and romantic standpoint, as
I Opalescent sequins, which give the Growers' and Shippers' League,
test Against Purchase of hat keeps you choosing to doI inces of Luxemburg and Namur, in well as its incomparable climate and
I effect of mother of pearl, are on even- through its Orlando office, that the
German Vessels by I them. You never lift your hand unless August a little band of 150 French attractions for a winter or a perma-
Seaboard Air Line
ing has
gowns. railway accepted .
soldiers cut off. took to nent home.
Americans you choose to. You never get were They
---0-- the proposition of the
out of bed in the morning except as the woods, and performed wonderful fie gives a few statistics that showin shippers .
Children's hats of represented in the league, and will,
choose to. You could lie down feats of daring in attacks on the Ger- the of are frequently
you on a striking manner
London, Jan. 8. Great Britain's progress 'I
reply in the future, make a special featureof
the mushroom and
shape, are
to the United States note on interference the bed this moment and never move mans from their fastness. The Ger- the state since 1900. I very
I soft with velvet grapefruit in their dining car service -
with American shipping, it hand or foot again if you chose to, mans have sent large bodies of troops In 1900 the resources of the national crowns.
and will sell)) it at mice that
is said in well)) informed quarters, is and your friends, or your town, or against them, but have been unableto banks of the state amounted to ---0-- I
I| will make it possible for v traveler
ev
wholly conciliatory and shows a disposition -i somebody, or something would take find them. The romantic story of 19,642,793; these resources now i I: A very delicate lace colored to the to order this delicious Florida

to do everything within rea- {care of you. their escapades was brought here to- amount to about $60,000,000. Indi- i j j i tint of old lace in point d'Alencon I fruit.

son to avert the delay of cargoes. I Quit fooling yourself by laying the day by a messenger who succeeded in vidual deposits of the national banks ':;!weave has its design lightly outlined

England wishes to do everything in blame for your conditions, or your entering the German lines, communi- rose from $6,435,000 in 1900 to $32- ,: with gold thread. I TAFFETA LINGERIEThe

its power consistent with the proper I j feelings, or your thoughts or actions cating with the commander of the 035,000 in the latter part of 1912, 1 j i, ---0--

safeguarding of the allies interests I on to somebody else. Trace everything 150 guerillas and then returning to while the deposits in other banking Satin brocades often have gold fig- I

to facilitate world trade and stimu- j back to its root in your own Paris.! These men are all that is left I institutions rose to $3,714,000 in 1SGO. ures in them that stand out in a delightfully newest ideas in lingerie in its
real of the word
late commerce. Consequently, it is i j choke. Ask yourself why you choose of the French who for two days resisted to $28,683,000 in 1912. i I embossed fashion from the meaning are now be-
shown in
declared, there is no disposition onEngland's to do what you do, and keep on ask- I the Germans' advance beween In the last 12 years there has beena smooth sheen of the satin.I ing taffeta. When you rest,
if would rest in
the river Liesse you approved fashion,
i until know the truth. Semois and the river '
ing
to against the i you gain of over $2,000 miles of rail- -
part protest |
it must be in taffeta from head to toe.The .
purchase of German vessels by Amer- ::! Lay the blame for everything on on August 22 and 23. On the latter road. Very tight skirts are almost hidden boudoir that is exquisite and

icans where the sales are genuine and i j' your own choice; review the condi- day an order to retreat reached them, The value of factory products rose by the long redingote. The casque, new if of taffeta.cap The negligee and

the ships are not used so as to avoid ,tions and make the right choice for but it was too late, as their escape from $36,800,000 in 1900 to $90,000- half a blouse and half a coat, madeof the little mules of boudoir '
what might reasonably be called con- ]:; every step, and you will very quickly I had been cut off by the rapid advanceof 000 in 1912; farm products from $18- velvet some having elbow sleeves slippers
of the
material and
the Germans. Making: a quick decision are same are
sequences of belligerency. find yourself walking the straight and the commanders of the 150 300,00 to $43,600,000; forest products is quite pretty. The sleeves, though, trimmed with the attractive hand
narrow path that is infinite peace and from $18,000,000 to $34,000,000; mineral 'j are getting longer, almost coveringthe
Use of transferred German in i I
ships
I survivors led their men into the Ardennes made roses, lace or silk embroiderythat
; freedom. You will find your prayers output from $2,:,00,000 to $11,- knuckles.
cotton trade with probably i "
Germany have
mountains, between the townsof I we come to love in the rest
rising to the Infinite and their
wolud call forth objections from the i! an- St. Hubert and Givet, Belgium.A j 000000. i:I -o- !j hour. These sets are excellent, ideas ,
swers lilting cheerfully in
allies although cotton is not contra- !t heart.-Exchange. your own I lair was selected which would From 1900 to 1910 Florida's pop- I II Serge! and satin are now combined I( for gifts that you can make from i

band, because the allies, it is said, i give them an opportunity to harass ulation increased 42.4 per cent. and I and many a serge frock, with a long I('I' short pieces of taffeta, and if you do
would such round- farm land values during the same erge tunic, has a black satin foundation I'
regard use as a j the German lines of communicationand pe- I {I not care to give three pieces at once
about wars ef- "DOG EAT DOG" riod increased 203 cent. the value skirt and other touches of :
means of escaping j per ; t ti I make one of a set of staple color in
quickly retreat. Scouts were
fects. i i of farm buildings increased 144 i black satin. Sometimes there is a
sent to the nearby villages and the per I I taffeta and finish it on other red let-
At is If cotton down to 8 cent. farm machinery 126 cent. ,j moyenage slip of blue serge with
any rate objection not likelyto j goes cents a peasants gladly I did all they could to ; per ; I ter days. A boudoir cap that i.
come until ships are actually trans- pound, the manufacturer is glad; and help the soldiers, with food bullets the value of Florida's 12 leading ;:, black satin sleeves that reach to the I worthy of notice is in pale pink taffeta -

ferred and their prospective use is': !'I if oranges go down to 75 cents a and information. Soldiers women crops, not including citrus, increased ;: knuckles. .I and has a border of ,small pink wand
indicated. the :1 I box the fruit dealer is and if 126 cent. I
clearly It is probable glad and children collected 17,000 Debel per blue roses around the edge. These

I allies will take the position that the ,,, lumber gets dirt cheap, the contractor cartridges from the Leisse-Semois Mr. Edmonds also says that Florida One of the novelties of the hoar is I are made in the wrapped style and

i sale money shall be held until the 1: is tickled out of his wits, and it is battlefield, for the little _band. The is pre-eminently the citrus fruit i the Gladstonion collar. The high stock i I have small)) leaves of pale green taffeta -

close of the war as a guarantee that "dog eat dog." Suppose the cotton commanding officer gave the peasants center so far as the quality of the i I{ which the great politician wore, and to fill out the garland. Aroundthe

it will not be of help to belligerents. I i grower plants no cotton next year, I regular army requisition papers for fruit is concerned, that it is the mar- I which now goes by his name, comes bottom is a plaited net frill witha

An assurance that German ships i and suppose a freeze gets the orange what they did.TAFTS. ket garden of the country, and after I straight up to the chin and turns out hand embroidered garland of flow-

purchased by the United States government j j i trees, and suppose the saw mills shutdown reciting a number of its vas and varied in two points. He wore them stiff ers. S

or its citizens would engage j(I then the dog who had a mess industries and strategic location I I."and starched, but the women of today

only in the South American trade ]1 1of dog will be eaten by the other dog. COUSIN DEAD for foreign commerce, says: "And I I have them only sufficiently stiff to MUCH LETTUCEJust

probably would satisfy the allies. I i'Let's quit that sort of thing. Let's yet, notwithstanding the fact that all keep up at the neck. '
to the elevating knowledge that Rockford, III., Jan. .-Horatio of these things be true, Florida's .#
While it is pointed out that sale of ;come -- as a gentle reminder to the
German ships in New York to the I j we are more than dogs and let's get Taft, a second cousin to former Pres- greatest asset is its climate." One can get blouses to match all world at large that Sanford is the

American government or its citizens :;j in the harness together and make a ident Taft, died in a taxicab here Florida is drawing to itself thou- the new colors in tailored suits: greatest winter vegetable center in

would inevitably relieve German citizens living and help the other man get a this afternoon while on the way to a sands of the better class of American plum, negre brown, Prussian green the world it is announced that since

of heavy expenses of mainte- living.Tavares Herald.J. hospital for treatment for pneumoniaand citizens, men and women of education and deep blue-so that the effect of a the season for lettuce began in No- ,
disease.E. .
nance and insurance--undoubtedly Bright's and character, the very cream of one piece colored dress is possiblefor vember and up to the 31st of Decem ?'

consequences of war within the mean- Ben Mixson, one of Alachua population from nearly all states in those who like to have one such ber 580 refrigerator cars of lettuce

ing of international practice-still county's pioneer citizens, died at an A. Ricker has been elected chair ,the Union. corsage in thd y Most of these and 50 cars of lettuce by express

England probably would be willing to advanced age at his home in Gainesville man of the Duval county board of I are tailored j HHBttb? d of the were shipped from this section.

waive objections on that point were Monday. commissioners. Get the news i& the Sentinel first. I I morning bl Sanford Herald. .
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!: she did not realize where she was opened door would secure her from then advanced toward the I'
man just
j stood open before Lucille, the coolie A LETTER FROM THE 4OUNTYSUPERINTENDENT
stared about her perplexedly tried to I I
I sight Then the door opened an inch u he reached out t> enter his vehicle. stevedores trundling their great loads
Identify the gentle undulating motion at a time silently, I OF PUBLIC
,i cautiously while ills face was impassive as be of merchandise across the wharf and
LUCILLE of the boat the soft sweeping sound the woman slipped Inside the room, stared blankly at h
of the waters. Then her eyes met the looked at the blanket upon the couch Deration she held out the ruby to him up forever.

melancholy ones of Hugo Loubeque. where Lucille should have been then lie turned it over and over in tils I' Lucille was suddenly made consciousof As has been announced through the

LOVE The sun was beating down upon beckoned to a Blender, yellow robed fingers. His eyes wen Uriy glowing; the fact that she was! very weak. press, I have accepted the

them ferociously as though it would young Chinaman who entered even when be lifted hen. once: more and I Nervously she fingered the ruby necklace the supreme court in the dedsionf

onsuoe those hardy Intruders. Her more noiselessly ttiau the nurse had met hers, nodding: as she moved toward about her throat trying to thinkof I rant case as final and
Lead ached, when she would havespeken done. The :girl in biding shuddered at ,
the and Inside of
another the
palanquin stepped
some way precious
The she found her tongue swollen sight of the viciotix knife the I legal privilege of thirty days-m whichto
Girl of Mystery young secreting: herself under the silk stones might be made to "Clrk its magic -
her voice thick, her lips parched. Chinaman passed to the woman. The robes and burrowing to one corner influence She could buy a passage I ask for a rehearing, I have signi-

"Water please." she stammered man muttered a guttural deep in his while the owner entered. with it could bribe mai y aboard the fied my readiness to sign dhe war-

the"MASTER then glared in horror at the international throat as he crowded Evidently the Her thoughts ran riot during that boat but she must not be been by rants on presentation. I wis.i to saya

'By spy's downcast face. Loubeque revolver he carried Imtherod him. for trip. Where had the tliary of the spy Hugo; Loubeque. word, however, in regard tq the decision -
moved carefully to her side placing be placed it upon( the <-b.ir. Lucille
? fastened of
\ PEN" tome from Surely not Loubeque. Fiercely she her little teethin the court.

hi* hands upon her arm. fingers darted out closing upon the no one but Loubeque was: familiar with her lower lip. Hugo Loubeque had So far as I understand it the decision
"There Is no water," be said gently. welcome butt just as the woman leap her Possibly its had i the precious In his possessionelse -
I name. possessor papers
:
of
yrhjbt. 1914. AH the
rights reserved by the morlnj UulverMl picture Film "In their hurry they put an empty keg ed across tbedistaD.e that separatedher been a prisoner A prisoner- I he would never have smiled so court determines this

=-Dufutari. which is In the boat. It Is the test of fate, my from the couch upon( which the Wetherell or some one of his crew. serenely to himself as he boarded the particular case alone and does not
Company,
& this \ dear. Try not to think of It-try"- blanket bulged deceptively driving the They bad possession of the diary and boat She had his diary, but it could seem to fix any definite rule for the
BOW eibibitiaj production
leading theater lofriocemeoU win lie did not finish for the pity within ugly knife down with a force that sent precious i>aj>ers. Hut why confined? not be used against him now. There future guidance or direction of county

be him at her brave struggle not to show her off her balance. Lucille knew she What could it all mean? She racked would come a time when it would superintendents. 1
vigorously prosecuted.
her fear her pain. Her lips trembledas could hide no longer and stepped from her brain: for an answer, was so ab- In speaking of the county superintendent -

she tried bravely to smile then. behind the door the revolver leveled sorbed in the puzzle that she; did not in this I
t with a determined effort she sat upright upon the pair. her voice shaking de- notice the ,palanquin had halted did I case- quote from an

Her bead ached maddeningly spite herself. not notice until she heard a familiar official copy of the dl'Cision-the court

CHAPTER XI. and the son Kerned to fairly sizzle "Hands up!" she cried. voice chatting with the owner in Chi declares, "It is his minsterial duty to

In an Open Boat. down upon her. The man cringed crouched away nese. But she would have recognizedthat countersign all warrants duly ordered

great copper ball of sun "Last night when I discovered the from her but the sight of the girl voice In any quarter of the globe, and issued by the county beard; of

THE comfortably upon the keg was empty." Loubeque said reassuringly there seemed to enrage the woman would hare known it anywhere for It public instruction when there is no

rim. flattening into "I started working out our completely. Brandishing the knife I was the voi'-eof Hugo Ix>ul"e;ue.inter- fraud or other illegal action it issuing -

and surveying with tolerant reckoning. We are well within the wildly she leaped forward then lurched national l "1'." and her eneuiy. :*% such warrants."
I
contempt the tiny bobbing craft fishing zone of the coast. There Is al- from bide to side simultaneously His tunes v.eie light! hIPPY; he ap- i.i

in wblch were lingo Loubeque and ways a chance of being picked up. with the discharge of the gun. slipping I pearedti- !- cl with liiui-elf! and with : This declaration of the courtylamy -

Lucille The tiny yacht was showingIts Don't fear Lucille. wounded to the floor in a heap. I life Sl.o u,i-ked "in to find herself rte implies discretion on the -

heels in grand shape to the battle- She smiled bravely the effort only The man crouched till further away I upon a .J.; ..... .1 pretit besot docking; the county superintendent. IIIrtmay

ship and the guns (ruin the great boat making her realize that the heat was and Lucille advanced upon him there. ii, :.<...J i I:eit.s filled lIy o >lie evidently decide as to fraud abuse of

were roaring in real earnest now. as paralyzing her facial muscles. After Somehow she felt no compunction ; ble\eu'm'-. .\i.-l. "It''.'ping::: up the: gaugplauk. authority or other illegal act|>n in

it was evident that the filibuster had that she sat quite still enduring In silence now. felt no fear, only felt the necessity i u broad sui"e: upon bis face s c the issuing of school warrants before

no intention of obeying the signal to the maddening heat. the worse for immediate haste in getting i moved:; Ipso I.* ul>eque t X signing such warrants. *

haul In.The thirst At times she thought she would away. She :signaled to the fellow that I Lucille tht Ult"d.. If Hugo Loubeque

pair wbo had fought one another be unable to stand It longer, that she he should get out of his robes instantly. : I smiled he was happy. If the spy was This was the discretion that.1, as

so cordially stared at the scene until must reach into this: endless expanseof Sounds of activity came from ev- happy it was livcause he had secured county superintendent exercis/J./ i

both boats melted into tbe sun. below ocean and drink-drink; that she ery direction. She was shaking like a I the papers once more. If he stepped conceived it to be illegal to sup rt a

the sun then dropped beyond the boriEOU. must plunge over the boat's side and runaway bore- with the strain. The upon this giant boat it was because f Y ah school that was not conducted in\om-:
allow the salt water to be absorbed by fellow I the papers were in his possession. If 'axRa
declined
young was equally nervous, but pliance with the law, and to
Hugo Loubeque watching Lucille her body. the revolver at his chest they were in his possession then she .
was made him sign the warrants for such
and the but support.
Night
stars night
came : I would follow
Their hasten. Lucille ic/
narrowly. predicamentseemed forced him under the
and stars from which all kindlinesshad i But the diary? If on conduct a school contrary to
not to him. The fact blanket
worry hissing a warning in his
:;-,., fled. She knew it would be Impossible ear Her lin ers told her that this was the plain provision of the law d to
1 that the captain of tbe filibusters had which he evidently understood as it
consigned himself and his enemy to to endure the strain longer. Loubeque's ,' was emphasized by a meaning prod I no phantasy uo figment of an overwrought payout money for privileges thsA the

such a fate was of little account Life silent figure was motionless. that was more eloquent than any other brain. She held the diary and pupils did not receive is not illegal, its
In long. gilding motion she half
to him had been a succession of dangers one : language-the point of a businesslikegun. lingo Loubeque was boarding the boat. difficult to determine what ce+sti-
rose then dropped swiftly from the'. If he lionrdetl the boat it was becausehe
equally appalling: and he was still Voice tutes I Vhat
were in the hall now an illegality. adopted
boat the water encircling her, cooling j I was not yet aware of his loss.Whichever .
alive her lapping at her ears in soothing 'i Ludlle dragced the body of the woman it was she must follow still seems to me the natural and .

The papeia JIis Lucille. Loubequesaid frain that lulled her senses to a :: re'I'I under the couch and squatted in him She must be aboard the boat proper course for an official to pur

quietly. ''will: you kindly*" give me ous sleep visionless. profound. Then : the woman's place just as the door when it sailed.Through sue. As county superintendent, .endeavored -
the -
ak crreof
papers to in flash of the horrified opened and a bend was poked inside .
a sanity came i s e to have the Orlando
The Then the did school
not
papers spy She mumbled something inarticulate I
face of the man who was dragging her
know Wetherell bad the days when Lo 1bequewlh'h..1 conducted in accordance with Athe
that
Captain -
possessed gutteral. eevis.h voiced and the
back into the boat Darkness blank. i bead
himself of the precious bag before Impenetrable-slumber, goblin hauntedsun was withdrawn after the owner cast I Lucille hovering about the same law that the other schools in.the
black borderland of death in tbe house
having her placed In the open and desert with mirages of water one glance at the figure under tbe to which, he b.-d been recommended by She Shrank Away In the Shadow of a county were required to comply TJth,

boat. Instinctively her bands flew to that receded before her Ups- blankets. lie had no sooner Closed the I his subordinate, tbe governor of the Packing Casa I and in the exercise of such authorityas

her bosom the harsh feel of the ruby t e door than the girl picked the knife province to which the fishing smack prove of the utmost value but not now. the law seemed to confer I refused

necklace which she had taken from In her delirium Hugo Loubeque wa from the floor and ripped the blanket that rescued' them bore them hIs brain What could she do? to sign the warrants.

the underground cavern with her meet- constantly ministering unto her slightest into strip. securely tying: her prisoner I bad fed upon one thought The papers The rattle of muskets brought: her If this is a legal or moral offense

Ing her clutch. Rubles of untold of want soothing her with tender and gagging him. j I in the (tosses-Ion of Captain: Wetherell out of the fit of abstraction into which I[ fail to see it The supreme cart
fabulous value she had. and the words a veritable Goliath in fighting Then, after waiting a second at the I II. must I>e found. But how? she had fallen. She shrank away In

thought of grower of moneyshouldshe back the hordes of imps that would I. door, mustering her courage she stepped The day before he saw Lucille was the shadow of a packing case squeezIng having ordered that these particular

ever come safely out of this-gave have tormented her Always:' was he Into the hallway and down into I out of danger; the problem was answered herself into as small a space as possible warrants be signed by the county su-

her a sweeping sensation of elation. by her side always until W mantle of I tbe open air. t for him by a call from the govj her breath coming fast as she perintendent, I am relieved of further

"Captain Wetherell took the papers." blackness completely: reached out and j eruor of the province In whom he saw the officer who commanded the responsibility in this case.

she answered quietly studying the swathed her. soothing her to uutrou I CHAPTER XII. I recognized: a man be had been instrumental squad of soldiers march up the gangplank But the court does not relieve the

spy's' face to see what effect the announcement bled slumber a MlumlK.r1isturbed but The Mystery' of a Voice. I IIT III aiding and one who feared just as the captain: descended to county superintendent of responsibility -
once and that when Loubeque stood I
made. Again came unwilling was the sight of the ocean that him greatly. Inquire what his business was. Then in
signing warrants where there
before her looking down at her with I
a
admiration for the man's Im braced her against the chill that Instantly it was all clear to him. the tall figure of Hugo Loubeque appeared
light of mingled happiness and tri may be apparent fraud or illegality.
perturbability. i threatened to send her back. She I Here was one he need fear making noconfession beside the pair offering to
r_' umph In his f'Ie-a look that broughtdimly translate the soldier's words. lIe may withhold his signature fr\\>>m
,
"Indeed. be murmured. Then after hrugged tier shoulders! and marched I to He had found out
a long period spent in profound back to her the memory of certain steadily down the foul smelling.dirty" aboard the boat exactly where the "He is hunting an American girl I any warrant for reason and leave to ,

thought: "Well perhaps it is letter so. things yet to be accomplished but ,, little street until she glimpsed: a building j i shipment of arms was to be made. left HI in the town. It appears she the courts to determine the validity
which she bad not the strength to com I shot and wounded her and bounda
Perhaps It Is better." taller than any others surrounding He knew Wetherell might go hun- nurse of the reason.
pletely recall a look so transitory that \ Chinese soldier his '
clothes
For a full hour he did not speakan it and decorated with a gorgeousnessof dreds of miles out of his course before taking
when she fought her eyes wide open he I and making her escape." said the The county superintendent is just
hour wherein the stars sprayed elaboration which made her forget I the vengeful man of war. but he spy."Well
was gone and she was conscious of being there's no such where he was before the decision of
I themselves over tbe heavens. Then bespoke everything sni e admiration for the skill also Knew that tbe goods must be person
In a strange place a black figure I aboard" gruffly retorted the officer of the court to this
again as though to himself: rising from the corner then slumber and patie I'-e expended in such work. lauded at the designated place beforehe tbe ship. supreme except as
Yes.. child perhaps It Is better so. Before the door stood'a closed. palanquin received his pay. particular case. In this case thee

It is so much simpler to fight against once Instinct again.forced her finally from the | evidently the vehicle for a personage Leaving a sum of money with the Again Loubeque turned to th court in its decision seemed to have
soldier, but the man shook his bead
Wetberell than against you." lethargic slumber the instinct commonto of great consequence from the nurse oubeque decided that: when Lucille reference to the validity of the teach-

There was a note of pathos of long- all higher forms of animals of protesting rich silk rotes thatoverflowed the sides recovered she would be sufficiently vehemently."lie must search the er's contract with the school board
ing. In his tones that made her lips one's Her hand "Lucille!"' came a hoarse whisper. well provided for to get word to her vesseL Those
treasure.
are his orders." Interpreted the rather than to the unlawfulness of
tremble In sympathy for the man who groped at her neck. where a slight tug This time she Knew she had made no people and escape from this the last spy : '
then "you really can't blame him the daily sesion.
cap
of her adventures. He led
had KO splendidly misjudged tbe life had wakened her. Something brushed mistake. She even identified the direction a companyof tain."
that had been given him had so misused across her band when she forced her from which the voice came picked -soldiers aboard tbe fighting In some future case the illegality

the marvelous brain. Again came eyes open the figure she rememberedto But surely nolxwly save lingo Loube craft pro iile for their transport and Tbe officer nodded consent adding may be more prominent-and so de-
that he would stand for
that feminine Instinct to proselyte and have seen in the corner was still que knew her in this place, and Hugo:: sailed! toward the spot where the .delivery grimly any- termine the decision. In this case
thing that did not entail delaying the
was to l made.
>o
again did a glance at his determinedface squatting there a figure that: might LouboqueSomething- boat's sailing schedulers my judgment was overruled by the

make her desist She would fight have been Inanimate save for the burn- small and compact fell There in a tiny islet he arrived barelya the eavesdropping on girl watchedthe court, and so was that of Judge Per
and fight and die fighting at her fret and she stared: it day before the yacht put in with Its
at
: to prevent ing eyes fastened upon her. Nervously wonderingly. -
illicit The skirmish with the soldiers march the gangplank and kins, but neither of us is put out of.
him accomplishing! his aim. but. to she fumbled at her neck the feel of rediilously, recognizing; It cargo.
in
disappear different!
landing crew lasted a scant hour, but parts of the boat business thereby. Each of us. I am
save her, she could feel 1 no hatred the ruby necklace meeting her fingers: for the diary of Hugo Loubeque. the .
already the bad discovered that according: to tbe instructions given sure will continue to his
spy perform
against this who would wreck international The sound of
one and puzzling her for a moment beforeit spy the them by their superior she could
WetherelL the man wanted, not see
was
those she held most d ':tr. started a chaotic chain of recollections closing door made her hurriedly snatch with the outfit ai.d be began laying from the spy's words that be would duty as he sees it.

You still have hopes." bo murmur that finally marshaled themselvesin it from the ground and conceal it be plans for taking the yacht not delay his own departure to assist Great lawyers often differ on points
ed. anxious to bear him answer in the semblance of order. side the ruby necklace. Then she I
Captain Wetherell. impatiently waiting : her; that once more his motive of revenge of law. My contention as county superintendent -
affirmative.Iloper Out of the delirium of fever she __ I was all dominant in his
: for his men to return for a second j nature: in this case was a ques-
be laughed aloud. "Child. fought remembrance of all that had i
y. that tenderness for the daughter of
: load: had finally tired and was brtngj tion of law and should have been so
it is written in the stars;: : that I shall nappenea since Hugo ixraoeque dragged .." j! lug it ashore himself. From the shore the woman he loved would never again regarded and treated. Its determination
-
not fail cannot fail. You bare read her back In the boat recalled vividly ',| suddenly shot out the boat his mate interfere with the carrying out of his
...(
my diary. You know what I have from the subconscious brain that 1t ik : $- had taken In. but instead of the crew plans. should have been quietly left to

done to accomplish my ends. I have had attained ascendancy during that :: 't;. I he knew so well the oars were now Surely, some: power :greater: than that the courts.

overthrown nations, have thousands at harrowing period his tender nursing / 'i .< i i being manned by Chinese soldiers. In of even the: International spy was lookin The injection of the personal ele-

t my ft"et.nd all for what? That of her. his denial bis stem self mastery 'i>' ,J-. I I i a minute he found the side of hllK:1t : over nml defending! her She tow ment, the effort to work up a strong

when I struck at the man I bated when the blazing sun, the thirst ) it' I'I buttering sgainft that of the ed her tv:>-id in ra-tte gratitude hostile sentiment against the county

there should be no chance for failure. the hopelessness would otherwise have << ?f :' other with soldiers: piling recklessly she was roused:: from the mood by a

And now the l last chance has been compelled him to give up the fight; and ,' I f;,, ; -.
overthrown I faltered. Lucille. I fal- then the fishing boat the blessed relief .. "ftt t I 9.1 1 lie caught :a Hash of Loubeque laying Ladles were working madly now while intimidate him and force his action

tried when I should have put you out of water tbe breaking of the fever and .... ''' ;if. about him saw that resistance was upon the deck she saw signs of activity by misrepresenting his real conten-

t of my path forever; when I should consequent repairing of burned out if! >r, "" ..,...; f">W'tit I utterly useless. Swiftly his hand that told her the hip was aboutto tion, by threats and otherwise, was

J have made an end to your interfer- nerve tissues, the arrival in this house >: ..' 4 t. \ touch; the precious bag in which were get under way. Under the lashing unrighteous and unkind, adverse to

ence. Destiny has intervened Lucille and the spy's leave taking.A r, It>. .. the papers he had stolen from Lucille tongue of a boss the stevedores wererubbing the real interests of education, as

1 know it. feel it-In my heart" I cat and mouse game she playedfor .4..Yfr lIe drew it open hurriedly the sealed ; toward the bales behind which well as Christian morals.

She watched him. fascinated, as hecoolly two days with the silent Chinese .,: ..f.i I packet of papers-which formed the she was concealed. Lucille knew the

rose and examined the woman nursing: her. The woman had : ::' .t..i: j I. major: bulk of its contents-and the time bad come for her to act withoutany However, as county superintendentof

Ions apportioned them. rountln:pro\"Is'1 discovered the necklace and Lucille .f:': /;:"' .. \i . diary falling at his feet lie felt Lou- further figuring public instruction I shall continuemy

biscuit testing:: tbe water keg. I knew she was constantly after It beque's eye upon him caught a flash In two swift cat'ike leaps she; had efforts for the improvement of

"By stinting there Is enough for j I Short periods of time there were (\1/: i. of the spy as he sprang at him. and reached tbe yawning side of tbe boat our schools. I shall continue to inculcate -

three days.' he said quietly. "I think when the nurse world sleep lustily and ..... . 4 with a derisive laugh hurled the bag For Just a second she hesitated before the .duty of compliance with
It would be better to wait till morn- I then Lucille walked warily up and ?'=:', :' .- ,:' ;:;;*;;; "with the heavy packet overboard. the terrible! blackness that met her
law within the school and with- l
Ing." lie drew his coat off and passed down the floor gradually regaining : i Without a second's hesitation the spy yes there then with a little shrug;: room I
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It to her. frowning down her remon perfect power of locomotion. That ".: .' ; I was In the water after It Wetherell she Stepped Inside! darting about between out as well, and shall endeavor to inspire

strances at the deprivation. The necklace meant everything to her In ._ ---- fairly choked with rage as he saw the piles of merchandise leaping pupils teachers and patrons

warmth of It made her realize for the this strange country. It meant the man he hated close his hand over the further and further away from HIP with pure and high ideals in all educational -

first;; time that she had been chilled ability to travel to do anything she She Stepped Inside the Palanquin. bag. Then be was conscious of the voices that reached bat dimly to her work.

through; by the cold night air and pleased In her fight to regain the precious shrank back against the side of the diary still in the bottom of tbe boat now. hiding away at every slightest J. F. McKINNON
she flashed him a look of gratitude. papers that meant honor and liberty and. picking it up thrust' It In his shirt sound.
bouse the sallow fared Public Instruction.
eyeing portly, County Supt.
her accused
sweetheart
watching! him to falsely Wetberell scowled heavily as Hugo
: as be bent over a slip of Chinaman who and
came slowly majestically
naper after a long scrutiny of the stars.: And with the return of strengthcame toward her. Loubeque. bavinz been helped Into the (Ccntinord in Sunday" Smtiarl)

=Then she slept a terrible uneasiness a great boat brushed, against: : him. his face 1 While up north we well rememberhow
Evidently the owner of the palanquin I
!She woke to a sensation of pain In fear. IIugo Loubeque.tender though hiscare a personage of great circumstance smiling grimly as be looked down Into I I Fort Meade has begun shipping the I everything got so dull after the
Immediately
of her had been had left the
of the
her bead an though:: some giant weight:: from his dwelling and personal eyes yachtmaster. delicious strawberry. A refrigeratorbox holidays: as to money matters. It's
of and 8ht'knew
she was out danger "Very foolish! WetherelL Now 1
rested there pressing down as though I attire. she Judged Her fingers:: press- I containing eighty quarts madeup different here. Citrus fruit money is
his motive was to seek the pa think the sight of you making;: a littte
to crush the forehead. For a momentOSTEOPATHY ed against the diary and encounteredthe I in in
coming chunks.
daily
pets that Captain Wetherell had stolen.It jaunt up a hill with a swordsman behind by the various growers was great

was dawn of the third day that rubles. The touch of them gave you tndring; the cleanest place shipped north Tuesday. The cash Strawberries, English peas lettuce

the nurse slipped from the room slipped her a swift idea and she cautiously to take that head from your shoulders price for these berries was 40 cents etc., are also pulling the money this
:
drew the necklace from about herd
out with a stealthiness that some would be about al pleasant anything per quart. They were purchased by way and by the time they go out, in
neck, detaching one from the strand "
how sent a chill through the girl an I'd care to It.nkt.. will come the and other
W. E. Arthur president of the First cabbage
DR. J. C. HOWELL made her sit bolt upright In the bed and knotting the stout hair wire! soDOM Wetherell did not answer. Only even
Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon then, as the door closed; spring tows should escape because of the Btier being bound. the feel of the diary National bank who has done much trcck. Verily Florida is the al-the-

Kirksville Graduate the chair beside the d r. The soft loosening. She looked at the pigeons that bad dropped from tbe bag gave toward making of the strawberry industry year-round garden spot of Uncle

Consultation Free patter of slIpPu! MM wHi the blood a moment recalling her father's him some comfort a success. lie deserves much Sam's great country*-Bartow Rec

Office Cheney Block. Opp. San Juan without ma lth resolu contemptuous sentence regarding thee credit for what he has done and the ord.

HoteL I tion u E Lthat th corruptibility of the Chinese noble The yawning side of the great vessel greatly appreciate it--Fo-t
Office Phone 71;' P'>idence 1018 growers

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I Bleached and I Turkish Bath Towels

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

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

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

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




Three More Days of? the Big Sale




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All Ladie's Coat Suits and All Ladies' and Chidrens' Ladies' Skirts at Half Price Clearance Sale 01Ladies

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
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$10.00 Coat Suits at __________$ 5.00 $2.50 Coats at ---------------$ 1.25
$7.50 Skirts at $ 3.75
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$12.50 Coat Suits at ----------$ 6.25 $3.00 Coats at ---- -- -- -----$ 1.50 $2.50 and $2.75 Sweaters at ---$ 1.98
$8.00 Skirts at $ 4.00
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Coat Suits at $ 7.50 $4.00 Coats at $ 2.00 Sweaters
$3.00 at
$15.00 ---------- --------------- $ 2.25
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$9.00 Skirts at $ 4.50
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$18.00 Coat Suits at $ 9.00 $5.00 Coats at $ 2.50 $3.50 Sweaters at
---------- --------------- $ 2.89
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$10.00 Skirts at $ 5.00
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$20.00 Coat Suits ---------$10.00 $10.00 Coats at $ 5.00 $4.00 Sweaters at
-------------- $ 3.19
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I $12.00 Skirts at
6.00
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Coat Suits ----------$12.50 I $12.50 Coats at $ 6.25 $5.00 Sweaters at
$25.00 -------------- ------------$ 3.98
Coat Suits at 15.00 $15.00 Coats at $ 7.50 $15.00 Skirts at --------------$ ?.5t.! $6.00 Sweaters at _
$30.00 ---------- I -------------- -- --------- 4.48

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

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

$50.00 Coat Suits at ----------$25 00 $30.00 Coats at --------------$15.00 We are showing a beautiful line in all $15.00 Sweaters at -----------$ 9.98
the latest styles, they are all listed to
Coat Suits at $30 00 I $35.00 Coats at $17.50 go Sweaters at
$60.00 ---------- -------------- $18.00
and 11.50
go they will. -----------$
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1st Floor Dress Goods Department I| .2nd Floor Juvenile Department 1st Floor Men's Department MEN'S ODD PANTS:
II -CLEARANCE: SALE OF BOYS ROOf GARDEN THEATRE I --- - -- - - I
CLEARANCE SALE OF ALL WOOL I j I SUITS I CLEARANCE SALE OF MEN'S I'$3.00 Pants at ------_____$2.50 j
DRESS GOODS SUITS !$3.50 Pants at _____
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$3.50 Boys Suis at $2.63.
Monday NightVictor ;$4.00 Pants at _________$155$4X0
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$4.00 Boys Suits at $3.00 $15.00 Suits at $10.75 j
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45 inch Wool Crepe, $1.00 quality69c ___________ I Pants at ----- $375
Suits at $3.38 1
$4.50 Boys I
42 in. Stripe Crepe, $1.25 quality79c $5.00 Boys Suits at ____ ______$3.751 i Drama, Two Reels"AMBITION. $18.00 Suits at -----________$12.75 I$5.00 Pants at ----------___$3.95 1
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45 in. Gabardine, $1.50 quality 98c $6.00 pants at $4.75
_____ $20.00 Suits at _____$14.75 -------
$6.00 Boys Suits at --- --------- = ==
54 in. Broadcloth,$1.75 quality$1.10 _________$6.001 I I -
$8.00 Boys Suits at $22.50 Suits at __ ____$16.75 MEJTS lfATS i
38 in! Crepe and Albatros, 75c. ---- --
quality ____________________44c $8.50 Boys Suits at_________6.38 I $1.50 Hats at ---------___$1.15
Sterling Comedy $25.00 Suits ____
_________ at $18.75
45 in. Wool Taffeta, 85c quality_-59c $10.00 Boys Suits at $7.50 _-_--_-_------ $2.00 Hats at --_________$L50 '
$12.00 Boys Suits at $9.00 1 $2.50 Hats at ____$1.75
"The Fatal l Hansom.
56 in. Beaver Cloaking $2.00 OVERCOATS ----------
puality ________________$1.29 BOYS HATS i i $3.00 Hats at -----_______$2. 5
54 in. Camels Hair Plaids, $2.00 50c and 60c Boys Hats _________39c And One Extra ReelPay i$15.00 Overcoats at --------$10.75 $3.50 Hats at ----------____$2.75
quality _________________$1.29 75c Boys Hats _________________49c Big $16.50 Overcoats at ------__$11.73 I$4.00 Hats at ---___________$i25
54 in. Lambs Wool Cloaking, $3.00 $1.00 Boys Hats ____________69c I Overcoats I I MEN'S-- -SHIRTS
$18.00 at
quality ______________$1.98 $1.50 Boys Hats _____________98c a visit to our Soda Fountain and Lunch- j --------$12.75 $1.00 Shirts at ________83c
One lot Wool Dress Goods, valueup $2.00 Boys Hats _____________1.48 eonette. Admission Free until 6.30 p.m. $20.00 Overcoats at ------__$14.75 $1.50 Shirts at -----_______$1.19 i
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to $1.50, your choice for48c $3.00 Boys Hats ______________$1.981, Admission, Nights, Children, 5c., Adults, lOc. II$22.50 Overcoats at --------$16.75 $2.00 Shirts at ----_____$1.69 .. j t


First Floor Shoe Department 3rd Floor House Furnishing Department I I

[Money Saving Sale in Foot- GROCERY DEPARTMENT Floor
Clearance Sale of Blankets
wear for Men, Women and Children
__ __ _ LOT NO.1 LOT NO. 4
SHOES FOR MEN- 1 Can Cal.lforn.Ia Peaches, value______25c 3 Cans Lye Hominy, value__________40c and Comforts
$6.00 Shoes, C. H. Aldens, sale price$4.89 1 Can California Apricots, value------25c 2 Cans Cindarilla Peas, ..value-------35c
1 Can California l Pears, value ______
$5.00 Shoes, C. H. Aldens, sale price$3.79 1 Can California Cherries, value _____30c 30c 3 Cans Tomatoes, value ____________30c
$4.50 Shoes, A. W. & W., sale price$3.48: 1 Can California Plums, value ______25c 2 Cans Corn, value ________________30c $1.75 COMFORTS FOR -------$ 1.39
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$4.00 Shoes, C. & A., sale price $2.98 -
$3.50 Shoes, C. & A., sale price ____$2.79 $1.35- $1.35 $2.50 COMFORTS FOR ------- 1.89
SHOES FOR LADIES LOT NO. 2 LOT NO. 5
SThan, .nhl\lrteta&IGPadt nt andlKidS 4 Cans Montarosa Corn, value _______80c 4 Ibs. Extra Fancy Peaches, value ____60c $3.25 COMFORTS FOR ------- 2.69
$6 mer -1.89 4 Cans V. C. Early J. Peas, value ----60c 3 Ib s.E x t ra Fancy Roasted Coffee, $1.05 COMFORTS
$5< Shoes, Wichert & Gardiner, sale$3.98 $7.50 FOR ------ 5.98
$4.50 Shoes, Red Cross & Drew, saleprice $1.40 $1.65 "
______________________$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 ------
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$3.00 Shoes, Landis, sale price _____$2,29 1 Bottle Blueing, value ____________05c 2 pkgs. Best Macaroni, value 30c
One Lot Ladies Shoes and Oxfords, $1.00 6 packages Pearline, value __________30c 2 pkgs. Mothers Oats, value _________25c $3.00 BLANKETS FOR ------- 1.98
MISSES AND CHILDRENS SHOES 2 Bars Ivory Soap, value -----______lOc 6 Cans V. C. Cream, small, value _____30c
1 cel. starch, value ---------_______05c 2 pkgs. Shreaded Wheat, value ______30c $4.00 BLANKETS FOR ------ 2.98
One lot Misses Shoes, sizes 2i/> to 6,
reg. $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 Shoes at1.98 $5.50 BLANKETS FOR ------ 4.68
I One lot Childrens Shoes, sizes 11\'_ to 2, $1.25; $1.40
at I$1.9S $9.00 BLANKETS FOR 6.49
Your Choice of Any Lot For $1.00 ------
i! One lot Ladies Felt Romeos and Slippers
J J I regular$1.50 and $2.00 value$1.19 $20.00 BLANKETS FOR ----- 16.79 1

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untrimmed i shape I I I trimmed Hat in the I
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THANK OFFERING MEETINGA

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thank offering meeting will beheld
in the lecture room of the Methodist -

church Monday afternoon, Jan-
uary 11, at 3 o'clock, for the benefitof
the home mission work, in this
state. Every person who feels they
have anything to be thankful for is
invited to attend. Miss Switzer, who
has just returned from the Orient,
will give an informal talk about her
travels.
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CARL DANK SELLS ANOTHER ?

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A THRIFTY NATION IN 1915.
Carl Dann sold a nice lot in Colo-
nial Hills to Mrs. Helen Blood, who I

One of the great lessons that come to with her daughter is stopping at Duke Your comfort and prosperity for
this nation out of the European struggleis Hall. Mrs. Blood is from St. Louis,
Mo., and spends her winters in Or- -
wonderful lesson in THRIFT.
a
We have come to realize as never be- lando. Mrs. Blood intends to erect I I(9)lfS{ )
in the
a bungalow near future.
fore the importance of "providing for the
future-"of being ready." J .
Having a Savings Account-depositing Mrs. Cecil Wright and son, of Rich- depends upon yourself and your .
often,-living within one's means, mond, Va., who have ben visiting Mr. connections. '
avoiding reckless spending-these are and Mrs. P. F. Laubach, on Jackson

worthy habits that, sooner or later, pay street, left yesterday for Miami,
excellent dividends. where they will spend a week or so A
savings or checking bank account
Account cultivatethe and then return to this city before
Saving
Open ,
:your
habit of THRIFT. One Dollar will going home. I in this institution is a positive step
:
start you. forward.

Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Hazard are recent .

The State Bank of Orlando their arrivals first winter.in Orlando They are to spend from : Start now] ;',

I Pendleton, Ind., and have visited
I points on the East and West Coast,
but have decided to try an inland ., .,

I i I town, and came to the best there i is-- : -
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Orlando. They have <
I pleasant apart
-- ments on North Orange avenue. J . .-" ".

; LOCAL AND PERSONALMr. Miss Olive Jenkins, the popular ,-.," .: ,VI
milliner Mrs. L. B.
at the Dickson-Ives compa- Hamlin and her friend
ny's department store, has gone to Miss Selma Johnson, arrived in Orlando
N. M. Cogswell, one of the substantial -
Atlanta to study and purchase the yesterday afternoon from Elgin,
citizens of Clarcona, was litest in the hat line for the ladies. Ill., and went out to her Lake Highland
looking after business at the county grove, where she will spend the D ) >> } ) D'j
capital yesterday.Mr. I a j' ]\ ;
it itI
I I I Mr. J. E. Rose, one of the well winter. This city has been Mrs. Ham- $
Known truckers of the Lockhart sec- lin's winter home for a number of _
L. C. Newell, one of Pine Castle's l'
tion, and she has
was among the business trans- years a host of warm j
staunch and substantial citizens, .
actors at the friends who are always delighted !
county metropolis ).es- at . '.
motored to Orlando yesterday and terday.I her return. i : ,,<' .>;- :
the business.
spent day transacting
I

Miss Ella Wilheume- an attractive i 1 Stanley Hanson, of Fort Myersa Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Lowery of j i

young lady of Daytona, and well well known Floridian, was mingling Nashville, Tenn., arrived on the 6:41p.
known in Orlando, motored to this I i i business with pleasure in Orlando m. train yesterday evening and will]1
city yesterday with a. party of I I I yesterday. While here he was a guest be the guests of their friends, Mr.\ and
friends. :at the San Juan. Mrs. Jesse Allen 206 East Church

I street, for several weeks. Mr. Low Fresh
I i County Commissioner C. W. Entz- ery is quite noted as a preacher i in Garden Seed
Mr. Walter W. Hunt, the well
I'minger, of Seminole, came down fromhis his state, and is now serving his
known representative of the Cummer '
home in Longwood to look after third year as presiding elder of the ..
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Lumber company, Jacksonville, was' I
+I business matters in Orlando yester- Nashville district of the Tennessee :
among the Floridians visiting Orlan-
do yesterday. ,day. conference of the M. E. Church, :

-; I Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Stanton, of Toronto south. iI i January is Garden Planting
Among the tourists now sojourningin I Canada, have arrived in Orlando ij I I

Orlando are Earl Gillespie, Wood- i I to spend the winter and have secured j II I
haven, N. Y.; Nelson W. Green and accommodations South
on
Chas. E. Williams, of Troy, N. Y. I i street. Month. .
They are registered at the San Juan. .
I
Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Jones, of Birmingham
Mrs. M. B. Hungerford, of Lansing, I Ala., were among the arrivals Catalogue Free.
Mich., who has been visiting friendsin in Orlando yesterday afternoonon
Bradentown, arrived in Orlando the belated Tampa Special. Theyare

yesterday afternoon to spend the remainder -I touring Florida and will be here -- ,
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of the season on Gore ave- for about a week.
nue. Mrs. Hungerford and Mrs. D.I o
The
'v. Richardson, of this city, are par Mrs. F. B. Davis, of Montclair, N.
ticular friends. J., has arrived in Orlando to spend McElroy's Pharmacy
---- ---=- I her first winter. She arrived Friday
-I I night over the Atlantic' Coast Line SAN I II i

[and for the present is making her I
i home at the San Juan. ii I

FOR SALE I I i I JUAN i! Phone 20
I Mr. Albert Moyer, of the well I
known firm of J. P. Moyer & Son,

1 commission merchants, Philadelphia, I
Pa., who has been spending several 1 II -

:days in this section, left yesterday I -----
2300 acres of unimproved I
for a trip down the East Coast. I ( =
pine land, fine Have you tried the

truck and fruit land, big Mr. J. S. Hiram, of Medford, Mass., I
Quick Lunch from
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arrived open
yesterday afternoon and will
portion of it has clay I COMMUNITY PROTECTION
spend several in this
days section visiting -
a. m. till midnight? It is I
and marl sub-soil. Si'u- with friends. lie isery much
'
uate on County road pleased with Florida and its climate our aim to make this a I

within seven miles of :and is especialy pleased with the City ; .... ,.... .. --:

Orlando. Beautiful.Mr. strictly sanitary depart- I The people of this comunity have noW'i i .: ''

ment, right up to the min- at their command a positive and sure ;: t ,
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and Mrs. Geo. F. Sargent, Mrs. >
54.40 an acre will buy of and valuables 'f.J
means protecting papers ,:
Clarence D. Palmer Mr. and Mrs. J. ute. I ;
this tract and the proposition A. C. Knowlton, Mrs. Clarence fl. against loss, the Safe Deposit Vaults of 'h .
is a "cinch" as a Merrill, Mrs. Hattie Crosby, all of Everything cooked be- this institution I r ;-'"

small investment. This Manchester, N. II., are at Green Gables fore your eyes, not a corn- I Modern ingenuity has produced but one i :' ' : 1 \

is for 13 East Concord avenue for the I sure form of protection against: theft. Io*s t i
sale.
price quick winter season. They are well pleased er that cannot he seen.Don't .
with or destruction, the massive steel and concrete I ) : J .:
Orlando and
are being happily "
If you want this land take word for it, I
received by their many friends in this I our walls and armored doors such as WP -

call on section. come in and take a look. have installed for the safe keeping of th,> _

f: I valued and valuable possessions of th. T t ;
1 Our prices reasonable
are
Col. Henry May, one of Orlando's I I members of this community.

i popular winter residents has re-I and service quick. If you Neither fire nor water can reach the. i t
turned for another season and I
SlDolnreiSon make his home at the Astor house. find anything wrong report contents of a Safe Deposit Box in these ,

I The colonel is as genial and jovial as to the management and we vaults; the cleverest cracksman! can never t
REAL ESTATENo. ever and thinks Orlando the most gain entrance. The annual rental is but
j! ideal place on the face of the earth will see about it. This is trifling, making the protection not only } 1L' I

t 3 WEST PINE STREET !t to escape the Ice King. When at another new departure fore the surest but the cheapest form of in- bWt a I:
I III home at Alum Bridge, \\. Va., he '
I Second Floor keeps posted on the happenings i in and we want to see it surance. '
r l this section by reading the Sentinel. You are cordially invited to visit the t r1- 1. 1 ,

r succeed. Safe Deposit Department and inspect our t r. +

vaults and their wonderfully interesting -

f A Rare Business OpportunitySmall time-locked doors.


growing business, well located-will take about .

$1,000 to handle proposition, paying about 75 percent Orlaildo Bank & TrilEt t C Coffipany n

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

care Sentinel office.

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