Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00455
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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 12, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00455
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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BATTLE OVER WOMAN SUFFRAGE Contained in Telegram to





Dunkirk and Paris Fearsa Excitement Is Carr, met with unbounded success in
Expectedin Beaten
Concentrated Negroes Up for Various Kindsof Commisison's Recent Inquiry in New York when he appeared before Turkish Army

Attack Offenses-Several Colorado Strike Proved the House Today-Declare Gatti Casazza, director of the Metropolitan Gets Reinforcements and

Sentences Were Rockefeller Foundation Resolution Will Grand Opera Company, and Able to Hold Line-

London. Jan. 11.-Gains of great PronouncedCriminal UndemocraticNew Be Defeated sang a number of selections. So Other War News
pleasing was his voice and so well did
military value are reported to the -
it meet with the approval of M. Ca-
Paris war office today from the bat- court convened yesterday York Jan. 11.-The federal Washington, Jan. 11.-Supporters sazza. that Mr. Carr was offered Petrograd, Jan. 11.-The fighting
tle front in and about Soissons. morning and continued its session commission on industrial relations I and opponents of women's suffrage contract for next season with this in the Caucasius continues to have

throughout the day. Most of the were arriving here today from more immediate importance than the
will i
Great bodies of troops recently Monday next to investigatethe premier grand opera company.
cases dealt with negro offenders who, features in the eastern front. The
have been rushed to aid the Frenchat Rockefeller Foundation, the Car- I I throughout the country in readiness Whether Mr. Carr will accept the
for the most part were given a sen Turkish which thor-
the Soissons region to force back negie Endowment, and other i for the battle in the house tomorrow, contract is not known, but with sucha army so
tence. The afternoon session was large oughly beaten at Sari Kamysh has
the combined armies of Generals Von ', flattering offer it is not likely that ,
when a vote will be taken the
featured by a negro,. who was defendant private foundations similar in nature. on res- received substantial reinforcements
Kluk and Von lIerringen. he will reject it. Mr. Carr is a local
in a near-illegal sale of liquor Over fifty witnesses will olution for a constitutional amend- and is now putting up a stout resist-
made appear. artist of note
Official admission was today appearing before the
case said negro being accused of ac- ment making nation ance.
woman suffrage
Chairman Walsh of the I
by a Berlin statement of an advanceof commissionsaid Orlando public on many an occasion
French in this section of the front cepting money from persons with the purpose of the hearing would wide. They will occupy seats in the I his last appearance being at the Men- It is supposed the Turks succeededin
which to buy liquor, and said negro I rallying the remnants of the ninth
where the French claim to have cap- be to find out whether or not the visitor's gallery during the debate on delssohn Club concert at the Rosalind
then disappearing with the money. prin and tenth with the of
tured two lines of the enemy's trenches I I the resolution. Club, the concert being under his di- corps support
Six or eight witnesses stated that ciples of democracy are being respected the garrison of Erzerum. In
on the front about 500 yards long. Scenes of animation rivaling those rection. any
they had given the negro sums of I and maintained in case they have gathered force of
our great a
The French statement adds the significant i during the debate and vote on the Mr. Carr is director of the choir at
note that the trenches reported money ranging from 50 cents to $1.50 basic industries, and that the commission | prohibition constitutional amendmenti the Presbyterian church and has a considerable strength and hold good
with which to buy liquor; that they their position. The battle alreadyhas
today as taken on spur 132 northeast I wished to know the attitude o i i recently, are expected. House ]leaders conservatory of music in Orlando.
had waited under arc lights for several lasted three days and is proceed-
of the town, extend east to those the men who control these industries are planning for a flood of oratory. His voice has attracted much attention -
hours for the negro. to return ing unabated.
captured by them on January 3. with the promised fire water but said I toward democratic principles. The house will meet an hour earlier but it remained for the directorof
This further victory places the than usual with the intention of voting the Metropolitan Grand Opera
I He said the
negro left them holding the sack and commission's recent inquiry i
troops of General Joffre in absolute before adjournment. Company to bestow the final touch of LECTURE ON FLORIDA INDIANS
did not return. into the
control of the whole of spur No. 112, I strike indicated j Mrs. Arthur M. Dodge, president of approval. The Sentinel unites with
The jury drawn for this term of this was not the fact and that : the local "The Florida Indians" was the sub-
which holds a commanding positionat the National Association Opposed to admirers of Mr. Carr in extending -
the northern extremity of the pla- court consists of II. A. S: reve, J. F. the Rockefeller interests at least pre- i I Woman Suffrage and other members congratulations. He is expected ject presented to the Round Table, at

teau of Vregny, on the north bank of Watkins, J. D. Blumgreen, B. L. Grif- fer paternalism or benevolent absolutism of the organization were jubilent to- to return from New York this Unity Chapel Sunday evening, by Mr.J. .
fin, T. W. Mathews, J. S. '
P. .
l to democratic interests. Walsh asserted week.
the Aisne. day. They that the resolution -
From this spur the French gun F. L. Anderson B. H. Roper, Charles said the public should know the attitude -i j I would be defeated by more than Williams spoke of the tribes
Lartigue, A. G. Branham, J. O. Lu- of these interests I 1 I supposed to have lived in Florida be-
ners are able to command a wide area toward em- two-thirds majority. Champions of ORLANDO ON THE MAP
of the open country.The cius, D. W. Part in, Frank Guernsey, ployes. I' suffrage made no claims. fore the advent of the Indians, giving
and E. H. Crux.RETURN. I the legend of the elephants which at
Berlin statement relative to Benesch & Sons have on display in

these operations says that north of I STEAMSHIP LEAVES :MOBILEWITH CARDINAL ASKED TO WRITE NO their window on Public Square and that time were supposed to have

Soissons the French who had established TO SANFORD I 10.000 BALES FOIl : LETTERS TO OFFEND North Main, four large grapefruit over-run the state.

themselves in a small part of I I ENGLAND: INVADERS which were picked by Carl Jansen, Mr. Williams recounted the life of

the German outer trenches reattackedthe Mr. and Mrs. Douglass Ellerbe and city clerk of Orlando, Florida, from the Seminole from his earliest day in

Germans, but so far had nogained t son, John Cheney, have returned to I Mobile. Ala., Jan. 11.The British Amsterdam via London, Jn. 11.- three year old trees in a grove owned Florida, down to the present time,

success and the battle continues. their home in Sanford following a de- steamer Belgian with a cargo of t t-, The Telegraaf says it learns that the by James II. Welch, of Courtright backing his statements with quota-

lightful visit with Judge and Mrs. J. j 000 bales of cotton, sailed early today papal nuncio to Belgium has written avenue, \\'iIles-Barre.--From Wilkes- tions from reports sent to Washington -

Spirited fighting at La Boisselle. M. Cheney and family. I for Liverpool. This was the largest to Cardinal Mercier, whose recent Barre <(Pa.) Times-Leader, January 5. by the soldiers in rharpe of the

northeast of Albert and north of shipment of its kind from this port'' pastoral letter created much discus- I troops here during the Indian wars, I

Perthesle, Hurlus, and west of Ver since the European war began. sion and led to reports that the car- and giving detailed account of the I
dun, was reported today, where both r dinal had been detained by the Ger- TOOK DIRT AWAY-FINED abuse and cruel treatment accorded t

sides claim success. i EXCESSIVE RAINS: HAVE DAM-0 mans, suggesting that hereafter he the Indians at the hands of the white I

Along the whole battle fron the Keystone and Empire State Residents i I AGED ALL CROPS write nothing which might offend man. The war on the Seminoles cost I

artillery combats still continue with them. Other Police Court News- the government over forty millions of !

great vigor, and this form of war Invaded Orlando j Miami Fla., Jan. 11.-The recent Fourth Drunk Case for dollars, he said, and now the state ;

fare will probably continue for sometime Yesterday for the I heavy rainfall, extending through a 1915 Was Recorded needs agriculturists and is willing to I I
to an almost utter exclusion of Winter period of several weeks, has damagedthe take the cast-off people of other nations I

infantry operations, for the weather I 'I early crops of the lower east : ('..\ IN ANNUAL SESSION YesterdayF. --after having driven out and .

conditions instead of improving are Among the new comers arriving i in coast section greatly, in some localities SOON almost exterminated very people I
I A. Lewter, arrested by Officer
growing worse.A Orlando yesterday to spend the win I I almost wiping out all growing who would, under proper conditions
Smith for digging and
Zeppeline menace is causing Par ter were Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Wolf and crops, while in other neighborhoods The date for the annual convention up carrying have furthered agricultural indus- !
dirt from Zelma street and Colonial
is much concern and the operationsof son, Walter Miss Fannie Luce, :Miss the loss has not been so great.It . of the Florida Bankers' Associationhas away tries. i I

the German airmen along the coastis A. M. Hugg, Nelson Wolf, all of Rip- is said by local commission men been set for March 26 and 27, Drive, was fined $25. It was announced that next Sunday i
W. A. Dade, arrested by Officer
creating considerable excitement. ley, N. Y.; and Mr. and Mrs. H. O. and growers that the loss to the coun- the meeting to be held in Palatka. evening Dr. Ballentone will address I

Seventeen persons all civilians, Kuhl, Mrs. Mary Addison Mrs. Emma ty at large has been about fifty per Henry G. Aird is president of the was Peel fined for exceeding$10. the speed limit the Round Table on Florida birds, an-I !

were reported killed at Dunkirk by Bingham Mrs. Sarah Bush, Mr. and rent of the total acreage.REfU'LAR Florida Bankers' Association, and Julius Sumter arrested by Officer .their habits. i I

bombs dropped from German aero Mrs. Joseph Orton and daughter.. [I George R. DesSaussure is secretaryand iI I
Broom for drunk .
being was fined $5 '
planes. Cecil, all of North East, Pa. i I ( cuxn.\;TIIVRSIJ.\ treasurer both of Jacksonville. I GREAT DEMANDThe I
in police court yesterday. This was
Among the anticipated features of !
the fourth drunk case for 1915.
"PAT HAS QUIT POLITICS DROPS 2,000 FEET TO DEATH Olivet Comandery, Knights Templar the session is the address of Fred E. : demand for furnished houses I
Edward Woods", arrested by Officer
i will hold a regular conclave onThursday Farnsworth, general secretary of the ,I and rooms has been good this season !
Peel, was fined $1 for riding bicycle
Patrick Murphy, the irrepressibleand Jacksonville. Jan. 11.-Falling !like January 14, at 8 p. m. .T. American Bankers' Association. The without light. Henry Rewener was as in previous winters. The Tampa I
indefatigable "Pat," was here a plummet from an altitude of 2,000 E. Turner will be initiated in the program which is being arranged for fined $5 for fighting. Special came into Orlando yesterday i

yesterday in the interest of ")Iur- feet from a balloon, when his parachute Temple degree, and new officers will the meeting is also said to be strongin afternoon loaded with arrivals from i

phy's Guide to Florida." Pat has quit failed to open, George W. Taylor be installed. every particular. the North. Another large crowd came i

politics. He says it is too strenuous, of Philadelphia, 21 years of age. I .- - -.. ------ CARRANZA STATEMENT in last night and the prospects are {

and the old days are rapidly pass an aeronaut performing at the Florida Orlando Far Above Other i that the real rush of the yearns one. !
t ing. Ostrich Farm, met a horrible Cities Washington, Jan. 11--The state The Sentinel published in the morning i

death yesterday afternoon. department was notified today by is the logical advertising medium '

AT THE SAME TIME sands of horrified spectators Thou'I'I But Has Not Highest ElevationOrlando Carranza, in addition to his recent in the city. If you want rooms, Mr. .'i

unfortunate aeronaut plunge order suspending operations of vast Tourist, either furnished or unfur- !

death. His body struck the groundat I oil interests in Mexico, that he was nished, consult the Sentinel. Read !
A phenomenon happened at the At I
lantic Coast Line depotesterday afternoon the northern end of Evergreen is far above the greater the elevation exceeds 300 feet. now "nullifying all illegal sales of the want columns, and if you don't !

at 3:22-both north and south cemetery, about a mile southwest of I per cent. of Florida towns and cities An explanation of the topographyof I waters, lands, and forests by local authorities see what you want insert an adver- !

bound trains came in on time. the amusement park. So terrific was in business, its class of citizenry, its Florida is found in a passage from : ," and especially as to lands tisement and then you will be sure to' :

the impact that the body was literally the booklet as follows: sold by "departments since Decem- get exactly what *you are looking for. ;
driven in the soft sand. Practicallyevery I'location, its beautiful vegetation and "Referring to the topography of ber 11, 1875."

bone in his body was broker abundance of flowers, its delightful the state as a whole it will be noted The British ambassador and the :

RAILROAD OFFICIALS HERE and when it WAS picked up it was dif homes and sparkling lakes, but it 50 that foot a belt contour of country line borders lying below the Atlantic the- j state department today were understood HERE TO SELL CITY LOTS <

. ficult to realize that it was the body I falls short by a number of feet of being and the Gulf coasts. This belt to have discussed the present

Arrived Yesterday in Private of a man so badly had it been crushed the highest point in Florida. varies in width and bends inland following trend of affairs under Carranza as .

and broken. I According to a recent booklet, "Ele- the river valleys. In Southern affecting the British railroad lands G. D. Smith of Nashville Has
Car Over A. C. L. and Florida this belt of be-
country lying .
L and oil interests.REPUBLICAN
vations in Florida, by E. H. Sellards. low the 50 foot contour widens out to Arrived-Plans to Place
:I Remain Here
Will RANDOLPH ROBINSON SPENT just issued and being an extract from include Brevard, St. Lucie Palm Many Lots on

Today SUNDAY HERE I the fifth annual report of the Florida Beach. Dade Monroe and Lee coun- TAKES OATH OF Sale

State Geological Survey, Orlando's ties, and the sorthem part of DeSoto GOVERNOR OF STATEOF :
and -
Manatee ,
counties. In
There arrived in Orlando last night :Mr. Randolph Robinson, one of Or- elevation above sea level is 111 feet. Florida elevations of from 150 peninsular to 250 01110 Mr. G. D. Smith, of Nashville, ;

: over the Atlantic Coast Line from 'lando's popular young gentlemen now Sanford, in Seminole county, less feet are found in Suwannee, Colum- Tenn., has arrived in Orlando for the

' the north, Mr. 1larkV.. Potter pres holding a responsible position with than thirty miles distant, is but six bia, Baker, Bradford, Clay. Alachua, Columbus, 0., Jan. 11.-For the purpose of putting on sale some
: very
Chase & Company, Jacksonville, feet above level Marion Citrus Hernando, Lake, Polk first time in eleven
spent sea while Apopka is years a Republican desirable
ident of the Carolina, Clinchfield & and DeSoto counties. In West Flor- city lots and is planningfor
Sunday with relatives in this city. He 151 feet above level the was inaugurated of
sea highest ida the elevation rises rather rapidly governor an auction sale on Wednesday,
Ohio railroad and Mr. A. W. Anderson is the son of Hon. B. M. Robinson, point in Orange county. from the coast to from 200 to 250 Ohio when Frank B. Willis took the January 7th. Mr. Smith is of the

general manager of the Charleston Orange county's faithful and acocm- Other points in Orange county areas feet above sea. The contours therefore oath of office today. Governor Willis firm of Smith &
i Hayes, and they
f & Western railway. modating clerk of the circuit court. follows fall dose together, indicating a from the house of
: Winter Park, 96; Winter rolling or hilly country." resigned repre- make a specialty of this kind of work. :
They are in their private car and Garden, 123; Maitland, 91; Gabriella, Other elevations in the state are sentatives last Friday. He promised The tract of land they propose plac- i

... are accompanied by their families. THE WEATHER 80; Apopka, 151; Zellwood 95, and Sonford, 6; Paola, 79; Longwood 80;. retrenchment in state affairs. ing on the market, is the north half '

They will spend all today in this sec Oakland, 119. Kissimmee, 6.3; Bartow, 115; Tavares of the Bumby place, just east of Or- (

tion and will be shown through the Florida: Rain Tuesday, except fair The highest recorded altitude in the 66; St. Augustine, 7; Tampa, 15; 500 books to select from at 10 and lando proper. No more desirable ;

orange groves and taken to points o fin extreme northwest portion. Wednesday state is at Mount Pleasant and at Miami, 16; Jacksonville, 8; and Tallahassee -I 15 cents. Curtis & O'Neal, Orange property could be found in this sec !1 '

'; interest in and around this section. fair. Hardaway, in Gadsden county, where 69. avenue. tion.

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-0- Greece is practically without home I

Looking for Good Job as President industries, and because of the outbreak I lor singing the praises of Crane's Linen Lawn Stationery. It isn't

THE WINDERMEREChoice Colonel Roosevelt interested in the of war any first class American the "just as good" the "good enough" or "very good" kind. It
unemployed problem? You bet. Isn't article of American manufacture is absolutely the finest Stationery made in America, and America
Location All Modern Conveniences he a part of it-Pittsburg Gazette- could be sold there now if properly leads the world in this class of manufactured goods. We

Excellent Table Good Water Reasonable Rates Times. .. brought to the attention of buyers. have it in all the correct sizes, shapes and tints. Your social
- There is to be a new Swedish- and business standing is judged largely by the kind of St &
f On Beautiful! Lake Lucerne, Orlando, Fla. Sounds Like Their War ReporterPetrograd's American trans-Atlantic steamship I ery you use. Furthermore, it is a real pleasure to write on the onI -

prohibition is the kind line and it is expected that the ships genuine Linen Lawn surface. You know this if you have tried
that sticks. "No arrests for drunk- will begin running 1916.Ianchuria's I it. If
by have tried
1 Home Comforts Service Finest Rooms in City you never it a new pleasure awaits you in your
enness" is the daily docket.-\lem- :\ trade is affected very letter writing.
phis Commercial Appeal.T. little by the war.
Sanitary Inspection 100 I
f --0- W. S. BRANCH
K.s Idea of Les Majeste IF YOU ARE LOOKING for well

A number of notable events seem rooted orange and grapefruit buds, I The Arcade Book and Music Store2the14ai'3et
to be happening in the world recently see M. C. :McDaniel. Phone 708. 1-

HENRY BARTLETT., Prop. without stopping to ascertain the
Who is your painter ana cecorattr?
L opinion of Coronel Theodore Roose- (f you are satisfied keep the one you
velt.-Anaconda Standard. have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican.
I :
j European Plan 15 West Pine St., -.(- Ne. 636. 120tfDon't
Rooms with Bath Orlando, Fla. Gee! But They Were Old Fogies! OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
Washington and Grant both were wait for every one In town to I
t convinced that the country should be have Entrican, the painter, before OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
you try. Am too Busy to look you
F TOURISTS ATTENTION! prepared at all times to defend itself, tlPhone 636, and I will be on the AND SALT MEATS
but there were no chautauquas in ;i-0. 1-20-tt Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

t I We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando their time.-Philadelphia Ledger. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

Prepared by our New York Cook Up ttf date painting, papering, etc., and pure.
DICTATES OF FASHION is the kind you want. Where to fret We inrite inspection and
guarantee satisfaction. We have
100 Rooms Bath, Steam Heat. $1.00 it? That's easy, phone 636. W. 1. everything in the Meat Line
I Biscuit is a favorite color in cloth Entrican. 1-20-tf

Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water for afternoon suits.-oA FOR SALE H. :NT. Self & Co.

coat with cape sleeves is seen PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
EMPIRE HOTEL among the fur novelties. Terms to Suit Purchaser
-.(- Good citrus and truck land cleared,
The in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots, on
54 Light Housekeeping Rooms flat hat with the soft, tam
brick road to be built this year, two
shaped crown is favored.0 miles from Orlando. Phone 1024 4
- rings or write H. G. Jackson, R. F. D. JONES GOES JUST THE SAME
ROSSMORE INNWindermere The finest brassieres are cut with No.2 1-7-lmo, Orlando, for appointment.
the lowest possible necks.

Another mode is the
millinery little
This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric
black velvet peaked hat.0 .
lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with
- No. 1. Forty acres virgin pine timber My bus line which has been serving for fourteen
bath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish- you
land, on south side of lake front,
Many are not content with
ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. their three-fourths mile from railroad sta- months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the
original beauty. They are now
tion. $1,000. same time it always has.
rejoicing in jumpers that add a great
charm to their form and color. Jumpers No. 2 Seventy-five acres, on lake
front one-half mile from Forest City; TIME TABLE
are so easily made that they need
THE OSCEOLASTEAM six acres bearing orange grove; good
not confound the home dressmaker.
They are cut and sewn in an houror eight room house. $4,500; terms. Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front ol Evans, The Jeweler.
No. 3. Twenty acres, four miles
HEAT THROUGHOUT so. from the city, on lake front; twelve
acres bearing orange! grove; orange WEST BOUND EAST BOUD
Magnolia and Robinson Ave, J. W. HURLEY Read Down
Manager IN RECEIVERSHIP crop recently sold two thousand three Read Up
hundred boxes. Three hundred boxesof
grapefruit now on trees. $6,500; LA.M.IA.M. P. 1\1. A.1\1. P. M. P. 1\1.
Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round The International Typesetting- terms.

European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite chine, company, makers of the inter- No. 4. Lot 70x190 feet, on brick Orlando 6:30,10.15, 3:00 I 9.30 1.30,1 6.00
type, closely the Linotype
very resembling Ocoee ,
street; high class neighborhood 7:3o t I.15 4oo 8.30
12.30 5.00
has gone into the hands of a re- $1,000. Winter Garden (
ceiver-being unable to meet its indebtedness 7:4511:30 4'30,8.1512.154.45,
=.>w No. 5. Thirty acres near hard sur- Oakland 8:00---: ; 4:30 8.00.-
on the first of January. face road; one mile from railroad : 4.30IIIII
Herman Ridder, who was at the head station, on lake front; four acres
18 of the concern, has gone away for a budded grove; six hundred boxes of
tOl IiIF needed rest.Having fruit; one hundred and fifty thousandfeet
8 virgin pine timber. $3,000.J. .

proved that they are not E. CRAWFORD, F 11111

mollycoddles, the European soldiers Office, Orland Hotel.13l.T.O u
should be sent back home to prove *
that their rulers are not destitute of 'I '

common sense. ;

B. MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop. Here are bargains direct from CLOCK and
the owner it will pay you to
Livery and Autosin look into: JEWELRY '

Building in Connections No 1 on C. VATER whois LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS

Orlando Fla. 2-acre farm just over city Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
limits, 120 fruit trees, mostly an expert at this trade 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduction .

bearing 1000 plant pinery, cov- with many years experience during that time:
IF YOU WANT A LUNCH ered, and in bearing; 6-room

*i *m **mi mmi mmm nearly new bungalow, mostly at.. Youngs Repair Shop Touring Car $555.00
furnished new stable, hen
worth the money, come to Pope's Quick Lunch Counters. Our house. Well fenced; and good soil. Opp. Post Office; Pine Streete. Runabout 505.00 -

food is not cooked in front of your eyes, where you are annoyed A dandy little fruit and poultry F. 0. B. Orlando. AH un fan! ecauippeL

with the odors and heat, but in our sanitary kitchen. Try a cup farm. Price $1500.00.No. I.rther. we will lie able to obtain tfc....sl....../r'd."'
of our Rowland Special Coffee, French Dripped. The price is 2 la oat factory anti .production.1" depart..au and the if '.ini rub-i aD ..*.' .f
only 5c. a cup. We offer you the best of service. On Lakeview avenue, one lot, ].....* can Wtw... the .*... d Ufc
100x620 40 I .. we we to pw M
; young fruit trees, : Lad rf .atI we rest thiu production
f,.. $4t.. I" per car (.a .r abort
& Co.'s $650.00. Would sub-divide into the ba.Jaare .he parebaae. a a.w
Pope Quick Lunch CountersChurch I' A.p.t I.UIS>> I. ever retail buyer
4 or 5 lots, and bring three F.r" car between A.pet I. 1511 a.tI A..t I. 1515.
Street. Open from 5 a.m. to midnightMllilMllillilllllli times this. I' OR' L H. RAMSDEU F.r farther p.rUcul.r. recardiDC these l.w prices anti prdt-
No. 3 bsrin* pia. *

4 lots in Oakwood Park OPTOMETRIST F. G. RUSH,
. '''MMMMMMMIMMUMIillllREAL (Successor to Dr. (i. P. ia1Mi)
Fenced in together, with
60 old
4-year fruit trees.
Would make a little chicken and
ESTATEWe fruit place; price $120.00 each, AND DO" ALL KINDS OF
or $400.00 for all. OPTICAL REPAIRING


1 lot, 58x150, 2 blocks fromP.

bu> d sell all classes and. kinds of Real Estate.If right trees. O.;in in well town Winter fenced., has Park.18 Will large This pay fruit 20 is Th Florida a Real H Estate & IllVeStMellt C Co. .

you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call per cent. on the investment at
and talk your wishes over with us. No.5

10 acres on lake front in Chu- Capital $50,000. Fully Paid Up.
The manager of this firm has had years of exper- luota, fine for vegetables and

ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a ables luota,, fine for fruit and veget- Incorporated In Florida; :Therefore Under State Control,

> million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last
The nicest 3-acre young grovein LL propositions offered by this Corporation are exclusivelylisted

two years. Florida, located on the new A with us, at the same time can also be bought through ,

We are well posted on the value of all classes and brick 6-room street bungalow Central with all avenue.mod- the purchasers Agent, as we need not to secret our proposalsr r

kinds of Florida We want listed ern improvements; garage, hen for anybody, the deal has to be closed at our office. This means
property. with all
house, etc. protection for the seller as well for the buyer. With our Bank
bargains in Real Estate and want customers This place is a dandy, and will
we for Real pay big interest on the investment Guarantee furnished to the purchaser, if requested. Having confidence -

Estate Bargains. at $5,000.00. to all our offerings, we advance 75 per cent of the pur-

No. 7 six cent. interest even on unimproved land. We
1 lot, 86x210 on Lake Lucerne. chase price at per ,
:30 young fruit treeh, beautiful hold today over one million dollars of properties in city lots, city

!shade. This is a beauty and a homes groves and uncultivated lands. Our
I and country orange

WARING REAL L ESTATE COMPANY bargain.These are my own, you pay no books open to all investors, if such inducements will appeal to you

no commission. I can give reas- -take the trouble to climb up one High of stairs over the Peoples
onable terms if desired. .
R. D. WARING, Manager Call and talk it over. National Bank, and consult. .

Rooms 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115tf 733 L.West H. SPENCER Central Ave. HENRY BENEDICT, PresidentOffice

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Now is the time to order GRIF- over Peoples National Bank. Phone 570 .
... . .. .... .f..IUt.e .lel.J" FING'S ROSES. W. H. Brokaw.
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CITRUS fRUIT I I "Two old salts who had spent most When my wife's mother comes

|lof their lives on fishing smacks had Uneeda Biscuit along to visit us for half a year, ex- GRAND
{ an argument one day as to which was istence is
a grand sweet song and all
i the better mathematician said Tempt appetite,
Trees that have been grown by please the taste and our worries disappear. She hustles
George C. Wiedenmayer the other
nourish the round from sun to sun, compounding
expert and experienced nurserymen. I day. "Finally the captain of their body.
Crisp,clean and fresh- doughnuts, pies and cakes; she showsus
.V.Peach. I ship proposed the following problem 5 cents in the moisture- how things should be run, points TODAY
which each would try to work out: proof package. out our errors and mistakes. She
'If a fishing crew caught 500 -
poundsof sews new buttons on my garb, and if -----
cod and brought their catch to port I have
some she
Trees Florida pains or aches always CHARLES FROHMANPRESENTS
grown and sold it at 6 cents a pound how knows
a magic garb that knocks
budded onPASCO i much would they receive for the them out in seven shakes. She gives

fish?" the house a rounding up, till every
PLUM STOCK "Well the two old fellows got to
f P' chamber knows a change; she feeds JOHN EMERSONIN
work but neither seemed able to mas- the cat and heals the pup, which suffered -
ter the intricacies of the deal in fish from a sort of mange. Beneathmy

We guarantee every tree we and were unable to get an answer. fig tree and my vines I sit and THE RECENT THEATRICAL SUCCESS
"At last old Bill turned to the cap- watch the whirl the cook indignantly
ship to be first-class merry : -
nursery "
tain and asked him to repeat the resigns, and also the assist- The
stock, true to name and if prop- problem. The captain started off: 'Ifa ant girl.Ve have endured as Conspiracy. .

erly set we guarantee every fishing crew caught 500 pounds of much," they say "as human flesh and

cod and-* Baronet BiscuitRound blood can stand, and so we go, to stay
tree to to
grow or replace same '
'Wait a moment, said Bill, 'is it away, till that fierce female has been
without cost. codfish they caught?' thin, tender canned." She makes the grocer stand
with a delightful flavorappropriate
'Yep, said the captain. for around, she makes the milkman toe
"'Darn it ail,' said Bill. Xo -
won- the mark full
luncheon, tea and ; we get measure for a
der I couldn't get an answer. Here pound, when she is of
If you are looking for first- dinner. xo cents. captain our
I've been figuring on salmon all the bark. I dread to part with that good
class stock do not fail time!"
nursery dame, I wish she might forever stay:

to send for our latest catalog, -0- 3N for life is wearisome and tame when
Congressman Ellsworth R. Bathrickof my wife's mother goes away! I',-e
which is yours for the asking.
Ohio joined in when the talk turnedto heard some married men complain of

savage dogs. lie said he was reminded their wives' mothers as a frost, But

The Thomas NurseriesBruen of a party named Smith. 1 I'm most happy I maintain, when I
Some time ago Smith and a friend am by an expert bossed.-Walt Ma

were discussing the dog question s. son.

Webb Building when the friend remarked that the

most vicious dog might be
i utterly
TAMPA - FLORIDAI i subdued merely by a person sitting ZuZuPrince

down and staring at him.
buy, sell rent and exchange real
"Right you are, old pal," was the t of appetizers! estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., r
ready response. "I know for I once Makes daily trips from over 30 years. Have handled over
tried it Ginger-Snap Land to $20,000,000. Call and see me.
on. Dog
want every man and woman was coming at me
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
waiting mouths
at the rate of a mile a minute, and every-
in Orlando to see Colonial Hills where. Say Zu Zu to
all -- --
that I -
did was to sit down and
and Colonial Park.It the grocer man,5 cents.
stare at him""I
makes no difference whether am glad to hear you say that, Dr BuckmasterOSTEOPATH In one ol Broadway's most recent dramatic

you are interested in buying responded the friend. "It is a con- triumphs A detective corned !rama. presentedwiih
firmation of what science has always the original star.A .
lots or not, all you have to do to maintained."

see these beautiful subdivisionsis "Yes old fellow," grinned Smith, Graduate of Kirksville PARAMOUNT PICTURE.

to write, phone or call at Carl "but I shauld have added that whenI

Dann's office.I sat down I chose the top limb of a 132 S. Orane"ellue -
sixty foot tree." HEAR
want every person in Orlando -0- ABOVE PEOPLES BANK PHONE 578 e

to see what can be accom- It was the custom of one of the "THAT ORCHESTRA

plished in thirty days. Colonial managers to criticise every individual -

Hills are really hills. There are performance at each new town Buy biscuit baked by THE BE>T MUSIC IN THE CITY.

five homes under construction, the company visited after the fall of SOMETHING.NICEI

and several more under contractto the curtain on the stage. One nighthe NATIONAL

be built. Colonial Hills has did not say anything to young BISCUIT lOc 20c
Loraine. He reminded the managerof Two Beautiful Bud ing Lots
water, gas and lights. We are i his omission by saying: "As you COMPANY
On South Oran
building sidewalks, and grad- did not say anything about my performance ; e Avenue
Always look for that .
Lake Lucerne
near ---- - ---
splendid -- -
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ing streets. take it it was all right.
Then came the icy reply: "I did not view of the lake only .
Lots in Colonial Hills sell from say anything about your show be- 2 1-2 blocks from business

$350.00 to $650.00. Lots in Co- cause what I have to say to you I center nice big shade trees THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S

lonial Park sell from $175.00 to must say in private." DRAFT PROTECTOR shrubbery. &c., adjourninglot"

$350, terms to suit everybody.CARL to one ol the best resu
CONCERNING WOMENIn Many doors through shrinkage of dences in city-For sale by TRANSFERDr.
wood are quite two inches from the

order to raise money to build a door, allowing dirt and draft to en- WALTER W. ROSE B. D. WIENENGA, Prop.
church Mrs. Annie Petty of Junction ter. Fold about three thicknesses of REAL ESTATE

DANN City Kas., took in washing every paper just the width of the door and Rooms I & 3 Watkins Block

;,day. about two inches deep. Cover with Phone 55 I Livery, Draying and HaulingWE
- baize or serge as near as possibleto
the color of the door. Sew
Mrs. Margaret Caldwell has been on !
appointed to a $1,200 a year clerk- three small rings one about a quar- '
ship in the New York internal reve- ter of an inch from each end, and one GORDON'S CARRIAGEAND GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE '
nue office. in the middle. Fasten into door three

BROOM SALt -0- small screw hooks, with well turnedup -

Mrs. Beatrice V. Kirkman and her ends. Hang on by the rings. This AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
perfect draft preventer thus moves
daughter will be graduated togethernext BAGGAGE TRANSFERL.T.
ALL THIS WEEK June from the Kansas state with the door keps in its place yetis
normal school. easily removed and brushed. I Country Driving for Eight -or Ten Solicited
Some of the finest made There are over 40,000 woman teachers The very best way on earth to tell Piano and Furniture HORSES FOR SALE

employed in the Japanese elementary your friends about beautiful Orlandois
BROOMS ever offered for sale in Moving a Specialty
schools at a salary of $8 to send them a copy of the Sen- 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
per month. tinel. 8 E. Church SI. PHONE 487
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Free Broom oIdei! York workhouse will X.
be set to knit- -------
ting socks, bands and mufflers for the : Opera :Souse
soldiers in Europe.
Every purchaser of a Broom -0- WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPER
during this sale will be given a Mrs. Mary Mitchell has deeded backto :, Ever hear this before? Let the Delicatessen Man do It. (,
broom holder. the government her Nebraska MATINEE AND NIGHT Something new Something New !
it. Ask About it.
farm, valued at $5,000, which she ob- Try
tained through a method : MARGARET MAYO'S MASTERPIECE : Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
now recog- three or more
nized by her as irregular and dis Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand


New Modern Groceni IN FAMOUS VERSEA I FICIP ST LEON Massive Production : Phone 26 Bakery

Cavalry Catch LLulL A Real Circus on the Stage : .

Up! for the bugles are calling. Prices Night, 75c., $1 I, $1.50. Prices Matinee 50c.. $1. : .
Saddle, to boot, and !
Phone 200 Sabers are clanking, and away lances are Children SOcanywhere in the house. Matinee 3 p, m. :
glancing Night Performance 8:30 p. m. Sale on at Butts' Thursday : I

The colonel is swearing and horsesare 9, a. m.ORLANDO. .
6 and 8 East Pine S t prancing Am Leaving FloridaAnd

Up and away! :r-w ill Specially Price ray Iwo I Properties Winter ParkA

Where are we off to, ?
PHONE 646 Saddle and boot and say good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800
With thunder away full bearing Orange Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two
AUTO FOR HIRE a of hoof in a rush
go past we ROOFINGAND blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addition -
FIRST CLASS REPAIRING- In a whirlwind of dust we are to making a home this property will make a yearly return on
as a blast- gone the investment of from 10 to 25 per cent, according to crop and
BARNARD & SON market conditions price $8,500.00; also
For we're
off with the sabers and
17 Hughey Street Orlando Fla. lances SHEET METAL CO. :My: Residence Property in Winter Park 12-room, New Modern
convenience. Lake front, 20 of
12-10-1m Off and away! dwelling with every city acres
-William 'Sharp. land highly improved 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigated
garden. Property is close in, well located close to the new
Asbestos Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough for
Metal Slate Tile
t Dr. S. S. Jones NECESSARY ATTRIBUTESFirst the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale $16-
\ 500, and will give possession in 30 days.
CHIROPRACTOR Frenchman-"Peste! One begins and Rubber Roofings See owner only. Write or phone me for a date and I will send '1
in Orange County to show these
to believe that my car to any place you
\ graduate Davenport College, 17 and one may bEl J i
1 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone ruined by these Germans." Cornices, Skylights. Heating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings ED. F. KEEZ EL t

209. Intelligent people everywhereare Second Ditto-"You have nothingto
being restored to health by chiro- BOX 3d. WINTER PARK FLORIDA
be alarmed about. You are neither ORLANDO t
Works: 14 E. Church St.
practic adjustments, the new scienceof Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places.fI .
a cathedral .nor an object of art.
removin the cause of disease. Examination .
free. 12-.l-lmo -Illustration. .

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: South Florida SentinelMORNING tramps or people in hard luck I Here is a Bargain and II II II I

are seen around your home at once ( W. S. Branch) I
AND WEEKLYW. notify the police through the tele- Should be I
M. GLENN ......................E HUr Snappedup I
W. C. ESSINGTON ... ..BasineM Manager phone office. If the strangers are "Truth crushed to earth shall rise .
-- --- ----- simply unfortunate the police will again sang the gifted poet William by Speculators. I
Entered at the poatoOicc at Orlando. Florida I IS.ALE
.. Second Class Mail Matter. see that they do not suffer and will Cullen Bryant. But William had nev-
try to help them obtain work. If theyare er been through the experiences of
Daily 1 Year ........................ $$.00 bad characters they will be dealt the American war correspondentstrying I "MADE IN AMERICA"
Dail,.. 6 Month ...................... 2.50 with.
Daily a Months ...................... 1-25 to get European news past the
Daily, 1 Month ....................... .60Weekly. There have been a number of petty censors. Otherwise he might have
1 Year ...................... $1.00> robberies lately and the police are quoted another famous writer who Forty-five acres in the Lake

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN criticised. There are less than halfa said, 'There are truths which are not
ADVANCETO dozen policemen and they can't be I.for all men, nor for all times." (I Conway District where like

ADVERTISERS: everywhere at once. Tramps and i I - 'property is selling from $100

thieves keep out of their sight if they i Jacksonville's New Union Station
CeP for display and all .tl er Baadetdvertiainc can I to $125 per acre. This tract
matt fce hand_ in at the bosineM Jacksonville could promptly get a
office the day*f before the Sentinel publication.not later ThU than rule 2 applies p. ut. Do all you can to help the police new union station on Lee street. She is surrounded by fine young The Biggest Sacrifice and Loss

.. chant.for contract adverUainf: it is and the police will do all they can to will get one when the last court orders -
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. help you.-Ocala Star. I it on Myrtle avenue.TimesUnion. groves. Is heavily timberedand takes place on WEDNESDAY!

Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued o I is very rich soil. Owner
should notify the office in writing on REVENUEThe -
the date of expiration otherwise it will be All of which proves that the real
state of Florida contributed I lis a non-resident and has in-
continued at the regular subscription rates. estate men who have bought options

f until notice Numb to stop r .is...received.Telephone ................... 24 1509908.89 to the revenues of the I Ion all the property within half a mile !structed: us to sell this prop- On That Day
government during the last fiscal
e of Myrtle avenue have more influence 4
TUESDAY JANUARY 12, 1915. year. It contributed $34,126.25 in cor- I than the railroad companies that already erty at only sixty dollars per we will sale
excise tax, in incorporation put on
poration $92,958.97
---- ---- own the Lee street site. acre.
A successful man generally starts income tax, and $108- I
-0Wilson -
his letters by giving advice. 800.43 in individual income tax. The I Sets Pace 50 COAT-SUITS
0 St. Lucie County Tribune has it fig-
I President Wilson has set the
Little Portugal seems to have onlya ured out that one or two St. Lucie pace Atha
for American youths. He told Cooper POSITIVELY ALL THIS SEASO 'S
thinking part in this war. county pineapple growers contribute ,
Blythe of the Saturday Evening Post
f 0 income tax on the largest individual PRODUCTIONS
that he liked to read detective stories 114 South Orange Are Ground Floor I
j Some men in Orlando seem to have incomes in the state-ranging from *
and attend vaudeville shows. Evidently -
: the horseless sense of horse sense. $75,000 to $100,000. If correct this Phone No. 311OSTEOPATHY
Woodrow needs to receive a Y
well for the ,
speaks pineapple
0 says
little good advice from the pastor It is the stores aggressive policy of
i In the Philippines nowadays a "re- "The State.
and session of his church.0 .
of not
carrying from
t bellion" is only a police court affair. o over one season
i o STATE DIVISION- - to another-goods intended for that

The Illinois legislature is in a dead- How does this sound-North Flor- Wholesale MurderA season's selling-hence this enor-
f lock. It has been in worse things ida and South Florida-with Jackson- I prominent and influential New Osteopathic DR. Physician J. C. HOWELL and Surgeon mous reduction.

k k than that. ville the northern capital, and Tampathe York paper says: "Storming the defenseless Kirksville Graduate
t 0 southern capital? cities on the east coast of Consultation Free
England by the German war shipswas Office Cheney Block Opp. San Juan
Our idea of a frenzied financier is Occasionally a glance through the
not war, it was wholesale mur- HoteL Smart man tailored extremely fashion-
a bank cashier who buys a pocket- columns of the exchanges that come Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
s book on credit. to the News office is noticed some der. Orlando. Fla. able Suits and made in materials of

a mention of the possibility of the State I Broadcloths
Fancy Serges Worsted Diagonals -
It's as difficult to convince a stub- being divided at the meeting of the
I' Coating Serges, French and Es-
born man as it is to fatten a windmill next session of the legislature.The .
tamene Serges Vicunas Fancy Twwds
by running corn through it. News most assuredly stands ,
--t. for state division with Apopka the etc., all silk lined.

After burning up all of the Jan- southern capital.-Apopka News.
The regular price of these splendid
uary 1st bills, many people feel thatit 0
is indeed a Happy New Year. LESSONS Suits were from $15.00 to $25.00,

o Orlando has learned the motto ON WEDNESDAY,

There are days when the official "Don't put off until tomorrow what LAKE EOLAHere Your choice for
dispatches from the war are nearlyas you can do today." If this motto had

correct as the unverified rumors. been learned ten years ago Orlando
o would be much different today.

Some children comfort their par- There wouldn't be such a great burden -

ents when old age overtakes them, I of taxation upon the people now is an unusual offering one that I can unhesi- $4:98
and some others prevent old age from if the city government had passed

overtaking them. much needed legislation a decade ago. tatingly recommend as a GREAT BARGAIN. The lot is
o "Paving Assessments Unpaid" tells a
There is a widespread feeling thatit story all by itself. 90x200 and the house contains seven rooms and bath. Positively none sold before at this price.

would be healthful for Mexico if a o Come early.
few shots could accidentally cross the AXE- Servants room on premises. Orange and grapefruit and

border from our side. Governor Trammell has recently removed -
peach trees, shruberry and flowers and ornamental
o a number of county officials a

Many people generously decide to county treasurer, two or three sheriffs plants. Owner will sell furnished or unfurnished. The '
satisfy the grocer who dunned them and a few commissioners being Men's Furnishing DePaFtment
for payment January 1, by giving him among the number that have lost location is No. 215 E. Robinson avenue, on north shore of

another order credit. their heads. The Courier the
. on regrets
0 necessity for these removals but we Lake Eola, and overlooking Eola Park. Listed exclu- HAS THE BIGGEST TILE PROPOSITION -
Prom the looks of the are pleased to have a with
new evening governor
with The will
sively me. price astonish you, it too low,
gowns in the back it would seem as the sand to use the axe when he

if the war had caused a great short- deems it necessary.-Plant City Cou- but owneris determined to sell. Cash or terms/ Har and Soft felt Hats
age of dress material in this country. rier.

0Cupid.s o
PLANT All this season's styles- I
bow and arrow were not so
effective last year as the year before. The Florida Metropolis paragrapher Regular values from $1.50 to $3.00

W'' He is almost justified in laying in a who is urging in the editorial columns -
stock of dumdum ammunition for of that estimable journal every

1916 leap year. day the planting of more hens shouldbe S. Y. WAY gOee
o sure to attend the Subtropical Mid-

The farmers in many parts of the winter Exposition here in February.He .

country are selling their horses and will see a greater poultry exhibitof
Insurance and Real Estate
Agent .
than he
mules for war purposes. An auto- greater pretentions ever

mobile is much better to go to town saw in Jacksonville.

to see the moving pictures with. o

Maybe the president came out to Russia would be satisfied to havean !
outlet to the :Mediterranean if
Indianapolis to drop a hint on the sec-
ond term because he did not have the nothing else. Russia is the largest New Arrivals A

heart to say it right in front of Wil- nation in the world and yet she hasn'ta

liam J. Bryan. Indianapolis Star. seaport of any consequence. Am- Omega Flour i
o sterdam does more business in a year

Prisoners of war are being put to than all the seaports of Russia com- I Pop Com A

work on the farms in Germany. bined.

:Maybe after a battle or two with the Cod FishHalibut &

suffragette crop the household help 'I
problem in Berlin may also be solved. I
a .

Exchanges received at this office Seed Potatoes a

last night say: "If it will just thaw The BirthstoneTHE
enough to clear the sidewalks of ice January

and snow well! ask for no greater .

boon." But in Orlando it's a differ



Some one asks what has become of RICH RUDDY GARNET j Get ready to fertilize that grove and

the girl who used to wear a woolen of 'Ye the
J garden yours. are representatives -
scarf about her neck in winter. Well

about now she is wearing a low neck Garnet Rings---Garnet Scarf Pins---Garnet I for "IAPES"
waist, and stopping in at the drug-
gist's to get some cough cure. Brooches---Garnet La Vallieres. Virginia Carolina Fertilizing Co. I

o Let us quote you prices.DICKSONIVES. I
A correspondent asks what has be- Make your selection for the JANUARY BIRTHDAY from l

come of the old fashioned boy who Our Choice Assortment of ,
used to walk three miles to school to

get an education. Well just now he GARNET JEWELRY
is sitting on a rock at the cross roads I

it waiting for the transportation wagon
< to take him half a mile to the school CO.

house. o T. H. EVANS

The chauffeur who pulls the largest i

load these days is Czar Nicholas. .DEPARTMENT STORE.
With one toot and "jump-on-ski"
.. i ioRLANDO'S
,f- nearly a half billion people forsook i .. ;

vodka and piled on the water
wagon. JEWELER i
t; One of the biggest chauffeurs in this
J' section is the "goggled-blind-pigger"

,- who uncorks a bottle and the "pop" 11 1- s

brings 'em all around. -


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I Ordinary fountain pens have straight
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when pea I.point up. Airiusideof.ezPaDdiu&'lromhe.tofyourbod7.

"CUPID AND A DRESS COAT military and a force.*this ink oat onto end of pen. .l
be prepared for Standard style Parker Lucky Curve
Pens$t JO to s=;30.00 accoidicg to sue
always prepared r andorn.mentation. ,
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I @rlau I FOR TOO SALE-Big LATE TO on and hand.storage dealer.please.any Get Parker a leakiest We Pen protect Parker doesn't Pea. into your

I n nrtrty jewel adjustable packet before tonight.

face watch twenty Greases to suit
-Edited By Miss Eliza Wright 1-12-lt Address "Watch," of car when you H

Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254

FOR SALE-Two big ..A.llen cz Co.,
and 21-4 karats; ; COil JEWELERS
Jan. 12th16th. sacrificed at once for
Mrs. John S. McRaven and daughter mond" care Sentinel. 16.L! cD
Tuesday Katherine and two sons, Charles Agent =0= S
3 P. .-Sorosis Club; current and John have arrived in Orlando WANTED hotel ..

events. from Little Rock, Ark., to spend the white northern Phone 269. ........ ...1.0..IIII.I.IIIII.I.I..lf.II..."...
Junior Matrons Card Club Mrs.
; P. O. Box 718.
Allan Weathersbee hostess. winter. For the present they are
8:30 P. M.-Auction; Miss Shep- visiting with Mrs. McRaven's brother, I,WANTED-Position
pard hostess; Cathedral school. P. P. McGraw and wife on East Rob- chauffeur in or out
Wednesday inson avenue. bad habits. Address CORES
10 A. M.-Equal Suffrage League
care of G. E. Powell
Unity Chapel. l-12-3t
3 P. M.-Wednesday Card Club; Among the happy and contented If your neighbor's house needs
Mrs. E. F. Sperry hostess. winter visitors now sojourning in Orlando painting do him a real kindness by
Poinsettia Club; Mrs. Walton hos- WANTED TO RENT Up
are Mr. and Mrs. Walter room furnished or telling him about Sun Proof Paint
tess.Twentieth Century Club; Mrs. Kol- Thompson of Virginia Cass county I tage, in suburbs with AND
and the Orlando Paint & Wall Paper
lock hostess. Illinois. Mr. Thompson is a wealthy I ground for garden;
Unity Circle; Recent Poetry Miss farmer of his state and is here to neighborhood and Company 205 South Orange avenue.
Eleanor Gordon. I J. S. McRaven, 202 Yard
Mrs. Forrest Dabney Carr "at spend the winter with his cousin,Mrs.S. .
home in honor of Mrs. R. L. Harris. D. Lindsay at 407 Long street. Proprietor
Informal afternoon party; Miss AND R. R.
ant room; bath, hot I
Margaret Robertson hostess. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Wescott, of Ab- electric lights; private 344
Thursday bington Virginia, are again in Orlando in. Phone 520. 312
3:30 P. M.-U. D. C. meeting; Mrs.B. .
G. Abernethy hostess. after an absence of three years. l-12-6t 11111111111111111111111111111111111111.11111111111.1.
8:30 P. M.GentIemen'sevening, They arrived yesterday and expect to I --- ----
Rosalind Club. 1912 ABBOTT
remain all winter. Their absence
Friday condition for sale
Nullos Card Club.Dancing. absence from Orlando is accountedfor exchange for real
by the fact that they did not leave General Delivery, city. ly.'I CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL :
Party the Old Dominion State since their
The Centa Medio Dancing Club en- last trip south. EXPERIENCED F :\ '1
joyed the latest in dancing at the San take care of orange Established 1886
use of a few acres good
Juan hotel on Saturday evening. A
Among those arriving in Orlando etables and $10
delicious supper was served and dancing yesterday afternoon on the Tampa P. C., care Sentinel.
was indulged in between courre- ; Special were Mr. and Mrs. Byron
and until a late hour. The club will I Randolph. of Detroit, Mich. This is TO NEW YORK CURTIS & O'NEAL 1
be entertained tonight at the home of their initial visit but the City Beautiful -
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. McElroy on Lu- I had been recommended them as Marion Ives, of the

cerne Circle. I an ideal al-the-year round place and Department Store LOANS
Hall-Kenyon they are her for the purpose of remaining yesterday afternoon
Miss Eloise Hall of this city and : until spring anyway.I where be will remain

Mr. Havon Kennison, of Eustis were I making extensive REAL ESTATE RENTALS .
united in marriage Sunday .
even- goods
and Mrs. Geo. A. Lippmcott of department
ing at the home of the bride's motheron I' thus the
Long Branch N. J., were among the insuring
Margaret street, the Rev. Dr. Poul-
to the minute
: arrivals at the San Juan yesterday. up
son officiating. A large of
They have been spending their winters -
friends were present and a wedding I
farther south, but had heard so WILL DELIVER
was served after the
supper cere-
much about Orlando that, they could
mony. The newlyweds will make i resist II RENT-Buaalo 5 Rooms Furnished South Main
not paying this city a visit. The Rev. Dr. Jno. W. ,
their home in Eustis.
Euchre Party I They will probably remain throughout of the Presbyterian Street.
the season. liver a short address
The young ladies of the Sodality of
I Headquarters this
St. James' church gave a euchre I DISTRIBUTING THOUSANDS o'clock. Seven Room House, South Orlando.
party last night at the Catholic
school. Quite a large crowd attended -

and cake enjoyed were served.the games. Punch and |i i distributing The ell-Duckworth thousands of company announce is FROM NEW Two New Five Room Houses, South West Orlando. .

:ments of spring fabrics and fashions Deaconess -

II SALE-Barber chair. Inquire throughout the city and county. The White of New York, I
at 107 West Central avenue. announcements feature the Globe the Summerlin. Both -
1-12-lt Tailoring of Cincinnati. and have friends
company many I'
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The Morning Sentinel Want WANTED-Salesman and collector,
Directory is the Greatest Want with team or auto, auto preferable.
Ad Medium in Orlando. Answer quick, at 43 East Pine.. street. ORLANDO

Terms Cash in Adrance.
WANTED-Good housekeeper, be- \
RATES tween 40 and 50 years of age,

For One Day -_____________25t; without children Easy work and
For Three Days ____________50c household conveniences. Telephoneto Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Six Days _______________75c D. B. Stewart, Apopka, Fla., or ,
ARE YOU ONE OF THEM ? For One Month ___________$2.50 write Box 163 Apopka, Fla. No con- .. -- -
sumptive need apply. 1-10-tfc -== = ::
This rate applies on all ads of
25 words or less. If the ad con-
There are many people who tains more than 25 words the rate GIRL WANTED-For general house- I MUllMilllilllllMySUBTROPICAL Um1*
have been in Orlando long will be one cent per word for work. Apply 19 East Pine street. :

enough to have decided tot each additional. word, for each i insertion 1-7-6

If you can't bring your ad to WANTED-Middle aged woman for
BUY A HOME the office telephone No. 24. Ac- house work. Apply Box H., care EXPOSITION]\ j
counts opened by telephone will be Sentinel. 1-5-tf
payable' the following day.
We have listed on our books a I
WANTED-To trade 1914 Ford,
few Every Home-Every Business- equipped with shock absorbers, : MID-WINTER
Every Man has use for a bumpers, electric lights, fine condition ,
GENUINE BARGAINSthat 1 Sentinel Want Ad. for larger car, to carry 6 or 7 in
party. Address Box 93, Orlando.
we would be pleased to FOR SALE OEL..A -DO. FL..AFEB.

have you see. The prices FOUND-Emergency crank for seif- ,

range in value from $1700.00to AUTO! AUTO!-Five passenger automobile starting automobile. Owner can I
and of for cash. have same by identifying; propertyand
$9500.00, every one $99.99 Call at
them will bear closest investi house back of public library. M. P. paying for this ad. Call at this 9-13 1915EDUCATIONAL
gation. Wallam, Winter Park, Fla. 1-10-31 office. 1-10-tf ,

Call in and let us take you FOR SALE-A very attractive mod- LOST-A small suit case, on road to
out, and show you what we ern home, on large lot, with private Country Club, between Rosa Cottage -
have. lake front; beautiful view of three Fair Villa. Finder return to
large lakes; also adjoining lot a beau- J. S. Eaton, mail carrier R. R. 2.

tiful building site, set with young 1-9-St Embracing-Agriculture, Horticulture, Floriculture,
trees private lake front. See the Domestic
ORLANDO BUILDING & LAND CO owner l-9-6t; at 98 Lakeview avenue. LOST, STRAYED yellow terrier OR dog STOLENAsmall on Sun- 'Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry,

day, December 27th. Return to H. A. and the of South Florida. Polo
II North Orange Avenue Lumsden and receive reward. products Racing, Sports

PHONE 608 FOR RENT-Large, pleasant fur- l-9-3t and Entertainments of all kindsFor
nished rooms; in good location; AreoplansLectures
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL with private family; close in. 302 TO THE SPIRITUALISTS and ad-
North Orange avenue. l-9-6t f
vanced thinkers of Orlando: ama
FRED B. DALEC. Psychic from the Middle West and
H. BRYANT FOR SALE-At; half price. 50 sewer want to get in touch with you. Ad- information or premium list, address
DAYIS a GILES. Counsel pipe 12 inch; 130 sewer pipe, 8 dress R. S., General Delivery, or care
inch; 270 drain tile, 6 inch; 1 sulky Sentinel. l-9-3t '
F. A. PEPPERCORN. Contractor
IVM. R. Sec'y Prcs.litiilllllllHiilllllliliiMI
plow; 1 riding cultivator. Arbor. ------ .
- -- Villa, Colonial Drive and East Cty! I TEN ACRES overlooking Orlando;
- - Limits. l-8-6t all cleared; fine land; good home
site. 2000. H. C. McDaniel. Phone
FOR SALE-At a bargain, five room 708. 4 IIIIIIIIIIIIII111111
house, two lots, small stable and
"DIXIE LIMITED"Between chicken house; grapefruit and orange Now is the time to buy your seed .
trees on place. Inquire at 722 Center Irish potatoes. Wilson & Toomer
street. 1-8-lwk have the Improved Rose No. 4 and ..
Bliss Triumph, grown specially for
FOR SALE-To those only who have them and inspected by U. S. govein-
J cksonville, Chicago and St. Louis cash capital to invest in winter ment. See H. C. McDaniel, agent.
homes; also big acreage in groves and Phone 708. 1-8-121

Reestablished- January 6, 1915 trucking Orlando. lands. Address Box 181mFOR 814 ocICIi0L.1S, NICHOLAS 3k ymr"pt ne )rJ

Northbound Daily Southbound
SALE-30 acres land, 20 fenced, MANUFACTURE all classes of hair
9:35 am Lv.5:08pmAr... Jacksonv'e Macon Ar.Lv.11:45 7:30pm am 10 cleared ready for setting trees; goods; prices reasonable and work - - -- --- __ __ h_ ..____
8:03 pm Ar. Atlanta Lv. 8:35 am close to depot,J3 miles from Orlando. first class. Call and see us at 303
12:18 am Ar. Chattan'ga Lv. 4:37 am Cheap if sold In 30 days. Lock Box Garland street. 1.6lmo'WE
4.50 am Ar. Nashville Lv.12.10 am No. 4, 1-3-lmo

_9:28 6:35 am pm Ar.Ar.Ar. Evansville Chicago Lv.Lv.11:30 7:30pm am: FOR Berkshire SALE-12 pigs, pairs just the full right blooded size LIVERY HAVE Irish NOW Potatoes READY, warrantedfree FOR DE-- KINCAID ANDOrlando's SNOWON[

2:59 St. uisLv.2:15.'p
pm m to roast, at Chas. Rock's farm. 24tf from scab or other diseases.
Drop me a card or phone 708 and let
Solid Train CompartmentObservation us talk over your requirements. I .
cars, Standard Pullman cars and FOR SALE-One seven passenger will make it to our mutual advan- and
coaches, between Jacksonville and I six cylinder automobile 1 year old, tage. H. McDaniel. Largest Cheapest
Chicago. Standard Pullman sleepers first class condition. Don't answer
Jackson Tille to St. Louis.DINING i unless interested. Address Bargain,

care of Sentinel. 11-14-tf NOTICU have accepted agency; for FURNITURE HOUSE
CARS Wilson & Toomer's fertilizers in ,
FOR SALE-Forty acres of fine Orange county and will appreciate
hammock land; eight in grove; the the patronage of their old customers,
present crop of oranges will be from and hope to make new friends for this .
Atlantic Coast Line 750 to 1,000 boxes; 500 trees all told, firm. Their Ideal brands are too well Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
ready for setting-10 acres in lake, known for any comment at my hands.
Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. one and quarter miles from Apopka. My experience as a grower of both
Price, $5,000. Address W. H., Box' fruit and vegetables warrants we in
178, Qrlando. Fla. 9-23-tf saying, as their agent, I can be of
G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., real service to those who have grove I
I Tampa, Florida. FOR RENTA '. trouble. I am prepared to give to _-
my patrons not only my own experience -
NEW SIX ROOM HOUSE for sale, but that of the firm, which covI
. with fireplace, bath room and city ers every detail of the citrus and veg-
Real Estate Boughtand water. Inquire of C. W. Rowe, Edge- citrus industry. II. C. McDaniel.
wood street Concord Park. l-10-6t Phone 708.EIGHTEEN.

Sold.City FOR RENT-Furnished or unfur- AND A HALF ACRESof
nished rooms for light housekeep- land on Lake Gatlin; sixteen in
ing. Apply to 601 East Central avenue five year old oranges and grapefruit; B i to li Tear 111
or phone 591. 1-10-Gtc overlooks four lakes; in perfect con-
Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash dition. Price 12000. Nothing bet-
and $1.00 per week buys a LotREl'"TS FOR RENT-Xew five room bungalow ter in Florida, unless:: it is the prop- a
; screened throughout; bath; erty below described.
COLLECTED. open air sleeping apartment; hot and
f Notary Work Promptly and Neatly cold water; electric lights; best resi- TWENTY ACRES, in good neighbor-
Done. dence section; six blocks from busi- hood; fine land; 10 acres in bearing -
ness center. Call Western Union office trees; good lake protection; good
1-10-6tc crop on trees Price $10,000, with Cook and Heat
1 fruit; or owner will keep fruit, de- ,
N. P. HATCHER FOR RENT-A suite of rooms for ducting $2,000 for same. Offered only
light housekeeping, with bath, hot for reasons beyond owners control.
f ORLANDO,FLORIDA and cold water; a pleasant neighbor- See H. C. McDaniel for particulars.
hood close in Eola Phone 708.LAKE.
; ; near park. Call
f, Office at Pinehurst Park 307 East Pine. 1-7-6 WITH
P. O. Box 281
6 PHONE 405 0-8-lm FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, on first, second
f and third floors; no objection to chil
dren over 12 or under 1 year. 300 ] SITE
j ORLANDOPLUMBING East Concord.. Phone 380. 1-2-tfc

SEVEN ROOM, new stucco cottage,
one block from Eola park; com GASTh
mands fine view of
city. Price $5,500.
CO H. C. McDaniel, phone 708. Four miles from Orlando, one .
,I mile from Post Office, Schools

,I FOR RENT 6 room house, with all and Churches and Packing -
26 WEST PINE STREET modern improvements; furnished;
$150 season 3 months. One cottage, House. On good road just one
PHONE 122 for tight housekeeping, $30 a month. mile from Orlando Sandfordroad.
Room and board for
couple of tour
ists, $12 per week. Inquire Cooper '

Best Plumbing at Lowest &FOR Atha.RENT-Rooms, with or 12-13-lm without Surrounded Pine Timber.by fine Groves Excellent; Virginia n y llJll SIIFe1Y lie fiayORLANDO J I

r PricesWe board; also rooms for light house Citrus Land with water protection -
keeping; several apartments from 1 and beautiful lake frontage
to 4 rooms each at very reasonable
are not in the combine.SLAUTER'S -
prices. Inquire of F. L. Anderson
: latest inventions used 112 West Church street. Phone 459. Sixty Acres at
.B aU first-clus: 12-6-tf

jlumbing Construction: FOR Inquire RENT No.-Large 8 West, attractive Washington room.St. $20 Per Acre

11-8-tfc WATER & LIGHT CO. 'I

NEIL McDUFFEE FOR RENT Seven room house; wa
ter, gas, electric lights, bath etc.; I
barn, stable, chicken house; lot 100 by Think of it and see

Contractor: and Builder avenue.200 feet. Apply at 735 North 10-31-tf Orange GAS DEPARTMENT I

Bungalows a Specialty ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. !
FOR RENT-Small flat, modern con i ir
Arcade Building. Orlando veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A. ,
Knox. 11-3-tf Watkins Block PHONE 504


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About two years ago I thought I had sold out my business and so advertised, but at the last moment

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

left, or until some one buys the stock and good-will. There will 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'poor health, and principally 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 -

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 few

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

kind for ____________________________ .18c $5.50 kind for
25c. _______$3.50
.75 kind for __________________________$1.25 --

$1.50 kind for __________________________$1.15 LADIES IIANDKEUCHIEFSCOTTON BLANKETS- .

$1.25 kind for __________________________--95c 35c. kind for -------------------__________2oc $2.75 kind for __ ______________ $.00 1.
$1.00 kind for --___*_______________________80c 25c. kind for _____________________________20c $2.50 kind for -=--------------::::::::=:$ ::85
75c. kind! for ______________________------_55c kind for
CURTAIN ? ______$1.10
GOODS$1,5. -----
60c. kind for ____________________________45c ; ------
.00 kind for
25c. kind for ______________19c > ----------------_________95c
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50c. kind for _____________________________40c .
20c. kind for 15c .
SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES- 15c. kind for -:----------------___________lOc LADIES FLANNELETTE GOWNS
10 and 121/2C kind for -----------__________08c $1.00 kind for ---------------------______80c
81x99 Sheets, 90c. k.md for_________________68c VESTS150c. 75c. kind! for _______55C
LADIES ----------------------
72x99 Sheets, 85c. kind for _______63c 60c. kind for J
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kind for 40c ------------------------
81x90 Sheets, 85c. kind --------------------63c ,- 50c. kind for ____________40cMUSLIN
35c. kind for ______________________________ac
72x90 Sheets, 80c. kind for _________________58c
25c. kind for ____________20c
----------------- UNDERWEAR, Same Reductions.LADIES .
63x90 Sheets, 70c. kind for _________________52c
The above are all 1st quality, seamless sheets, stock $3.00 kind! for __________________________$2.00
$1.50 kind for ----______________________$1.15
$2.00 kind for __________$1.50
is not I large; get them at once you want any. ---------------- $1.00 kind for ___________________________SOc
$1.50 kind for __________$1.00
45x36 Pillow Cases, 25c kind for ____________19c $1.00 kind for ____________________________80c MEN'S WORK SHIRTS- ,
45x36 Pillow Cases 22V&C. kind for _________17c
kind -----------__________.-____ .40c
42x36 Pillow Cases, 20c kind for ___________15c Many kinds of Heavy Winter Goods and Hats will

42x36 Pillow Cases, 15c. kind for ___________12c be sold at any price, no reasonable offer will be MEN'S HEAVY UNDERWEAR
refused. 50c. kind for _________________________ 40c
42x3 Pillow Cases, 12 /&c. kind for ___________lOc
OUTING FLANNEL- 121ko for 09.
In. --------------- ------------
; ; for ____________________75c
12 /&c. kind for ___________________________lOc Special Nainsook finish, 12V c. kind for _____09c -- -----

lOc. kind for __________________-'__________08c Hope Muslin, lOc.: kind for -_______________08c SILK HOSE 1
Ginghams, lOc. kind for ___________________08c $1.00 kind for -----------____________::________75c o

POPLINS- Ginghams, 12V c. kind for _________________lOc 50c. kind for --------------_______________40c

25c. and 35c. kind for ______________________19e Percales, 12V_c. kind for ___________________lOc 35c. kind for -----------__________________25c

Sale will begin Monday morning, January 11th at 7 o'clockAnd

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the bell sheep and make myself solid.I HAS DONE FOR WITH THEIR LOOT TRIP TO FLORIDA i
J. F. Schumann did. He was a tall slim man and -
The Ladies' Home Journal, whichis his name was "Longfelty Leader." By the arrest last" night of Howard W. J. Brewster, of Detroit, Mich.,

authority on everything in general While at LaGrange, Ind., the rail- I bureau of entomology of the and John Wilson, brothers, at the and Prof. Amos W. Farnham, of the

and on nothing in particular, once I road physician, a short, stubby man, "The life-taking holocaust at the U. S. department of agriculture has I union station at 9 o'clock, the police Oswego normal school, Oswego, N. Y., I
upon a time devoted considerable of I was Doctor Short. state industrial school at Marianna maintained in this state for eight believe they have rounded up the were pleasant callers at the News office .

its "valuable space" to proving or At Belleview, Ohio, A. Oxinder will never be repeated at the hospital. years an investigation for the pur- I thieves who have been stealing bicy- Monday, seeking literature and

attempting to prove, how we got our hangs his sign on the front of his ;< for the insane at Chattahoochee, if I pose of determining the best methodsfor cles here for the last month. When historical facts concerning New. <
names. meat market, and Sara Kitchen runsa I can help it, and I think I can," said' the control of insect pests on cit- [ the two young men were arrested by Smyrna and vicinity. This is Prof. ,
The writer asserted that we derivedour boarding house. I j Worth Trammell, superintendent of rus trees. It was this investigationunder Captain of Detectives Rhodes, they Farnham's first visit to Florida and J

names from that which our fath- O. Fudge is a confectioner in De- II the hospital, who is in the city on Dr. A. W. Morrill that inaugu- were attempting to check two large he and his wife are located at Or- 1

ers did or what they looked like. For troit, and Miss Molly Trimmer is a { business today. Mr. Trammell is a rated the present system of marking boxes to Pittsburg, Pa., which, when ange City for the winter. Mr. Brew 1

instance, we were told that during i j milliner in the same city. brother of Governor Trammell and tents, the present dosage table for opened at the police station later, ster is in the automobile business in .'
those first days of man upon the :!. In San Francisco we found Jake well known in all sections of the the fumigation of orange trees. Ow- were found to contain three wheels Detroit and this is the second time lie

earth when the population was so i i Palaverstine selling men's clothing, state. ing to the conditions it was not very carefully taken apart, and various has driven the same Ford car through 1

small that a census report made a i j and James Rose running a floral shop. "The Marianna affair was tragic, practicable to use fumigation in this other merchandise, including razors, from Detroit. Last winter he drove

small volume, names were not needed !|. In Indiana, Judge Coffey on the su- and could have been prevented had state, but this system is now used small plumbing supplies, tools, bicycle the machine from Detroit, ., <> "5
to distinguish one man from another; :'preme bench dealt some severe blows proper safeguards been provided," throughout the entire state of Cali- lamps and other odds and ends alleged Detroit, Fla, and he is now makingthe

but as the race multiplied it became''to' the whiskey traffic, while Senator continued Mr. Trammell. "Immedi- fornia This alon& saves that state to have been stolen from Glid- second trip to Detroit, Fla. lie

necesasry to have distinctions, and ]I i Beveridge, ot the same state-but we ately' after I took charge of the hos- thousands of dollars annually.This den's racket store and the Shea left the car here Saturday and went ;

accordingly if a man were a carpenter :|. promised to say notihng about it. pital for the insane I asked the boardof investigation also has workedout Plumbing company, the men having to Orange City, where he left his wife

by trade he became Carpenter by :. In Montana one of the largest sheep state institutions to lose no timein a spraying scheme for the con- been employed by both concerns.- with Mrs. Farnham, and Prof. Fan 1I

name; or, shoemaker by trade, Shoe- i j i ranches is owned by Adam Shepard, providing better fire protection. trol of white flies, scale insects and Tampa Tribune. ham is accompanying him on the automobile -
maker by name; or, if he had some '': and Mr. Gallop is the breeder of race Stairways were immediately changedor rust mites, which will almost entirely I trip down state. The tab:
resemblance to a bird, he would be'', horses in Texas. added, to suit the needs, and the eliminate the injury from these pests. Mr. and Mrs C. L. Bandy, Mr. gentlemen are writing facts ;

Mr. Bird; or a bear, he would be Mr. j: In fact, human names afford a most water service was bettered with little In one grove where the insects were Gregory and E. A. Gilbert, occupyingthe periences of their trip for a numbji- j

Bear (Bruno came later); and so on. ,, interesting study when taken in all of delay. We have blue print plans very abundant this scheme was fol- Bandy car, A. S. Gilbert and fam- I of northern newspapers and period- t
But I maintain that this version of ''their aspects. drawn for further improvements in lowed for two years and the results ily and J. R. Gilbert and family, all icals.

our name getting puts too much ofa i I Every color and combination of col- this line, and when this work is com- between the sprayed rows and the motored to Orlando Sunday and spenta 1

burden upon our ancestors who are I ors are represented in the individual pleted the water service will meet row left unsprayed: as a check were part of the day in that city*-Kis- STATE NEWS | i

not here to defend themselves. And, j distinctions of mankind by means of every need. My father, as is gen- marvellous. The unsprayed row now simmee Valley Gazette. 1

on account of our friends, the Jack- names. erally known, was superintendent of has about five boxes of fruit while D. H. Rabun, who resides on tb j ]
sons, the Ramseys, Buckmasters and The earth and the fullness thereof, the asylum for a long time before his the sprayed rows have from 60 to 70 Be carefully chewed up a ClOVe west side and diversifies his crops J

Staggs, we must deny the charge. ,| and even the heavens above are re- I death, and I have been acquaintedwith boxes. In another grove where the Then When he he went hftu home.quenched lie was his thirst.an! ad-. sufficiently to grow lettuce, celery

Nor can we consent to a well devel- :i fleeted in the human family names its management for twenty rust mite was a very serious pest the Vocate of safety first. big sweet potatoes, etc., came in today
oped man, rich in fruitage, being denominated -i j We have Hills and Dales, Rivers I years. I think it is in better condition sprayed grapefruit are bright and -Houston Post. with two fine clusters of graper
"Branch. i and Lakes Woods Fields' and than ever before. We have the yellow, while those on the unsprayedtrees
] and fruit that were too heavy for on*
Teast-He said be saw a snake In the i
There are many and divers objec- i j nearly all the animals from Hog to buildings heated by steam and electric immediately adjoining the road yesterday. man to lift comfortably. They were ,
tions to the Journal method of label- ,1 Horse. lighted, which lessens danger sprayed ones are brown. The sprayed Crimsonbeak-Had be been drinking.do ; the Christmas gift of the editor ant|

ing humanity,<*ind yet in our wander- i j Sun, Moon and Stars, and even Angels I from fire, but too great precautions fruit are also 33 per cent. larger you &ui>i>Obe? he hereby returns thanks for sam .
ings around over "God's Footstool," I j and Lords are found right here can not be taken in looking after the than the unsprayed fruit. It is a "Certainly not. He said he only saw As long as Mr. Rabun raises sweei
we have had to acknowledge at times 1; in Floriad. I lives and welfare of unfortunates who conservative estimate that the insects one snake."-VvnVers Statesman.Gosh potatoes and grapefruit, we expect tl

and in many cases the name fits the !i Just how far our actions, our appearance j can not care for themselves." reduce the Florida crop at least 25 it's hot our way this summer! All live.-Sanford Herald. I
man very closely. or our business is responsible Mr. Trammell stated that there are per cent. which damage can be elim- th' fr..wgs got fried nine laigs.
of I about inmates of the insane inated by a spraying scheme which An' we feed roast beef each evenln', anth' *
the 1,325
For instance, in city Chicago: for the title we wear is hard to now bens hard. b'iled .
lays aigsGaUeston CRUM NAMED A
a sign reads, "Schweitzer & Beer," I say. But that there is generally an hospital, an increase of one hun- costs about 5 cens a box. News. '

and the business is a saloon. A firm i eternal fitness to most things in this dred a year having been made duringthe --
: BABrS WEIGHTAt The fellow is of At the meeting of the board of
yonder a man
of very good lawyers in Indiana was world is most certain. An old time past two years.
I striking physique." county commissioners in Tampa Corn
"Ketchem & Skinum." The same Indian had an ugly an dsavage visage birth, average weight, 61-2 to
"Xaturalljhe's a professional box- missioner D. R. Crum, of this citjlwas
state had a prominent politician by i because his habits were ugly and sav- 71-2 pounds.At er."-Baltimore American.A elected chairman of the board.
the name of Albert Gall, while P. P. ,age. Better get in a good Supply of flour 2 months, average weight, 912to f
Bliss by his hymns carried solace to I "Pretty is as pretty does" is not a I at once. It was advance din price 10 1-2 pounds.At talent for the violin I Karl Whitaker was named as coun-
lust be a long time nursed. ty attorney to succeed Dozier A. De-
the whole world.In I fallacy. What a man feeds on mentally just forty cents a barrel during the 4 months, average weight, 1212to And so you must when you begin I Vane.
Grand Rapids, Mich., a candy I morally and physically makes night of January 4th. Wheat is soar- 13 pounds.At Play second fiddle fist
Dr. H. M. Cook elected
Puck'Bas was county
kitchen is presided over by pretty the mind body and the soul-the ma- ing up yonder toward the $1.50 mark, 6 months, average weight, 14 to I
physician.-Plant City Courier.
Miss Sweet, and in the same city a 'I chine, the engine and the engineer. and many speculators are buying to- 16 pounds.At your horse a good disposition a
Mr. Horn was a tester of band instru- day with that prospect in view. liv- 8 months, average weight, 17 to "Yep," replied Farmer CorntosseL
ments. At LaPorte, Ind., on one side I erpool quotations are holding stiff at 18 pounds.. "But be wouldn't have If I worried CIRCUS CLOWN IN ORLANDOMr.

of the street, Mr. House is in the Cyril Vivian, of Orlando, has accepted sharp advances. There are two elements At 10 months, average weight, 19 him as much as he does me."-Washington ,

furniture business, while a little fur- I a position with the Waring involved in this sudden increase to 20 pounds.At Star. H. R. Clayton one of the lead-

ther down Mr. Stall presides over a I Real Estate company and will be in in prices: first of all, naturally 1 year, average weight, 21 to AD riches are comparative ing clown with the Barnum & Bailey

livery barn. the offices in the Bishop block. Mr. comes the war, and as a secondaryone 23 pounds. As people may be sure. circus, is in Orlando for a few days
At one time while making a survey I Vivian is a valuable addition to the and hinging on the first, is the The increase in weight is slower A May nan oftentimes with plunks be to poor.Oil ten trunk I the guest of friends on North Orange

for a railroad I ran into an Amish office force and in addition to being a fact that the farmers are holding for after the first year, and the weightat avenue. Mr. Clayton, like every one
settlement and before I undertook to stenographer and bookkeeper is an "a piece of the melon" of high prices the end of the first year is not Millions hold that w'Jl not truth buy sublime.happiness.I {I else, thinks Orlando a delightful

put a railroad track in front yards experienced abstract and title man.- and are refusing to make the usual doubled until about the end of the Few folks are any richer than place. He was among the Sentinel's

and fields of those fine farms it be- Sanford Herald. shipments.-Gainesville Sun. fifth year. I An urchin with a Pittsburgh dime. Pat {I I pleasant callers yesterday.

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WASTED RESOURCES Looks More Like a World of Trouble

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1 As matters now stand Florida is Nineteen-fifteen is born to a giwj HOW TO KEEP A GARBAGE ' ..I 't .A. ....." >", '. -It: .. .",#t1". .t.'

the most prosperous state in the j I rious opportunity.-Detroit Free CAN CLEAN.All ,; tt

Union. But think what she might be Press. it ; ;:. : .. : ( > ; \" ; ; : ,

< : ..... .,.. .. w. J I +
if we produced all the pickles preserves o _.. ...-.. '" a. ...- ., -#" '" .. *1
garbage should be kept in ;- > ". 7>- .,..,. _ : -
n. ;
canned rice "But for a number of deaths in recent : :; ,
goods corn, oats : a covered galvanize (".111. When :! 7" ;: . :; .
hay eggs sugar syrup etc., that her years, we would have 1,600 insane i possible have a wooden box with n . '
people consume. What a tremendous persons on our hands" he a hinged lid to hold the receptacle '! k t

amount of money we waste every -Tampa Times. said'j f ; otherwise nuB au ordinary .: a,. 4_ .e. ri
year. Our annual bill for imported o :.r. wooden box. bottom ide. to the yA 'M t
butter, beef, booze and benzine bug- The boys who came home for' ; fence or back shed. Give it a {
coat of outside luint. It will be >
would other holidays to see the old folks could be
gies bankrupt any coun-
easier to clean and much more ;;,
try in the world.-Arcadia Enterprise. found at any time by going to their -'> sightly. 4

best girl's. As garbage breeds mosquitoes
Municipal ownership in the city of o '? and the deadly germ bearing fly ( r
Schoneberg a rich suburb of Berlin Thank goodness that the "military ; the greatest care must! be taken : i, (

Germany has been extended to include step" instead of the "slouch," is to in cleansing the pail. This 1> .. ij
::1; should be done each time the esti
be the fashion for this
the public operation and main- young women /
garbage is removed. Use weak
tenance of knitting rooms to provide year. Of all horrible fads the solutions of any coal tar prod.Y,

work for women. Orders are taken "slouch" was the worst- Ocala Ban- C' ucts. These are at once disinfectants

by the city for all kinds of knitted ner. .1 and deodorizers. Tbeyr.:

and other garments which are made o t are inexpensive and will kill not :t
in the town hall and private homes When we read that the colleges favor .) only) the flies and mosquitoes, but their egss. One. about 50
under municipal management. a shorter course does it mean a 0
cents a pint. and another about
() '
shorter course for the boat race or !;
S3 cents for a similar quantity 1
The Tampa Tribune certainly cutting down the running track t: may be obtained at anj drug 4> 1

strikes a popular keynote when it o : store. ;
says the next legislature should put It is predicted that women will In making a solution of either >

upon the statute books a law of the year extremely short skirts next ;> of the above use in the propor +
I) tion of a teaspoonful to a pint of strictest and most definite1haracter. spring, but not because they can
water, or if made in gallon :;:
to protect the people of this state thereby do housework more easily. .
quantity which may be bottled c
from common cheats and swindlers.A o I. and kept until used have the ;Z;
Some people are pert about telling proportion a quarter of a pint (:
man in New Jersey who has op- what they know but when everythingis to a gallon of water. (.' _
erated a distillery for many years celebrated summed up they don't know muchof A solution of chloride of lime 4 .
his 102nd birthday last week. anything. : one teaspoonful to a pint of wa- CONNER PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT YEARS OLD on Rough Lemon Stock
: ter, or a strong solution of water -
Making whiskey will not shorten life o
and washing soda make good
but drinking it will and well bet Arthur Green of New York was cleansers. All of these are ree- ;
none of this distiller's regular cus- I captured when an alarm clock he had

tomers will live 102 years. stolen went off as he was putting it au-
,in his pocket. kill the grass and should there-

The rudest shock some of the an- I o fore be emptied into a hydrant ;

cient dames get is seeing their chil- The girls would probably be willing drain. 4 Conner Prolific Fruit
dren doing all the knotty dances at to knit socks for the Belgians if the Keep a discarded whisk broom Grs.pe
for cleaning out the garbage can, "
boys would come around and keep
the school which was mamma's alma I for tbe hands need not come Into :
mater. them company. contact with the dirty water.
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Put the cleaned can in a tilted % .
Blowing a big horn caused the One of the most valuable things in position so that tbe sun can penN
and late
{ Compared with Mid-Season
death of a Washington musician but ,the world and at the same time one etrate tbe entire inside _;, as
these are the days when 'of the most of The box in which the garbage <
one must exasperating your possessions t
I' can is kept should be cleaned ;;. Grape Fruit Income ProducerDuring
toot his own bazoo or be left behind.It --an alarm clock. as an
two or three times a week.
o Some housewives advise putting J: A
is claimed that the United Statesis I What has become of the old fashioned freshly) cut grass or a layer of j the past five season's grapefruit shipped in straight carlots through
defenseless but anyway the army woman who could crochet em- newspaper in the bottom of the ? A
is scattered around at inaccessible' I'broider and kint and made half of the I: can to prevent tbe garbage from ; the Florida Citrus Exchange has averaged during October $2.98 per box f.o.b.; during

spots where the enemy can't get it. things the family wore? sticking to the bottom. _y
<., October and November $2.78 per box f.o.b. ; during December January and Febru-

tlMMIIIIIItlHMHMiiliM ary, (midseason), $2.34 ; during March April and May (late), $2.39; during June
and July, (very late), $2.2.J1per;: box, f.o.b., showing conclusively that.the Con-
t How to Realize the Possibilities of the
Turkish Towel. ner Prolific variety, ripening its fruit for marketing purposes and going to marketin

LUCERNE Saturday NIGHT January 23rd The Turkish! towel with its affinity October is worth 64c. per box more than midseason grapefruit and going to the
THEATRE ONLY for the wash: tub has many practical

possibilities three of which are a laun- market in October and November which is its regular season is worth 44c. per box e
dry bag for the inside of a closet door.
k The Society Event of the Theatrical Season bath slippers and a folding travelingcase. more than midseason grapefruit, 39c. per box: more than !ate grapefruit and 53c. per *

ENGLISH To! make the bag turn the bottom of box more than very late grapefruit. .
BOSTON COMPANY the towel up so that it forms a pocketLet
OPERA the top border of the towel ex- In addition to this you save loss in number of boxes by dropping from the trees,

tend about five inches above the
t E In a Master Production of the World's Favorite Opera- of the pocket. top by thorning, by growing light and punky and by other means making culls in the 0

VERDI'S BEAUTIFULILTROVATORE The plain bands in the border may fruit, a loss totaling often one-fourth on the production of a tree and by picking
f be briar stitched and the word "Laun-
i dry" worked in French knots in a pale) fruit early you save twenty-five per cent of your crop. Twenty-five per cent of the
J : : colored wash floss.

; To fasten the bag securely to the crop adds to each box a value about 75c., totaling $1.40 per picke d box for Conner" ,
inside of the door screw books can b>*
placed to fit into eight white bone Prolific grapefruit above varieties that must be shipped from January on throughthe

rings, four to be placed on top of the
Hth the Most Remarkable Cast of Stars Ever Heard in bag and four on the bottom of the season until June and July. ;,

English Opera, including pocket ___ __ __ ._ h_' _
Cute little bath slippers are quickly
AMERIC made by shaping the uppers from Turk These figures furnished by Cashier of Florida Citrus: Exchange, and may be cer-
I JOSEPH[ j f F. SHEEHAN{[ TNOrTEST ish toweling and the regulation bed- .
room slipper soles. Cut the towel in tified to by him.

the shape of an apron pocket, about
eight: inches on the straight side and A
ARTHUR DEANE six inches deep.
HENRI DeVAREE EVLINE VAN AERNAM The straight edge is hemmed or briar

ELAINE DeSELLEM CLARK HARCOURT the usual way. A perky little bow of
GRACE DOXSEE AND OTHERS wash ribbon or a simple rose or two
in French knots on the top of the upPer -
The completes a little pair of slippers O. W. CONNER ProprietorBox
Superb Boston
English Opera Chorus, which even a Uath cannot spoil.A ,

and Augmented Orchestra Under traveler's case!; to hold the usual Florida
toilet articles can be made quite attractively S Tangerine
Direction of Basil Harsfall. ) and durable if Turkish toweling -

is used in place of the usual cre-
The most finished and artistic performance of 'IlTrovatore' tonne.

ever token on Tour," is the verdict of Press and Public. The case should be made in the usual
style about 9 by 16 inches lined with

PRIORS rubber and arranged with pockets to .....
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hold) brush comb, wash cloth sponge ;;'f'ji--. I. :' -.. -, :f .
SOc. 75c. $1.00 $1.50 and soap; tooth paste. brush and a button- g' ... -- --' .4 ."'''->1;:'. '
: ; : -.y
hook. : : : : > ,
' ..,' ;".af . . ... ..- ..., of. : .
< Seats will be placed on sale at DeLaney's Drug Store, The outside cover of Turkish toweling : : "
I ; Ion day morning, January 18.M' is decorated with the initials of the l'r: : ; i'l ;:
owner in Trench knots on the back ; e+ ,
find perhaps a bonier of knots around .
l > II MMtllllMMltM I ttMHammond Jill DOlI II 110 II11I1 i the outside edge corresponding to the .

color of the w.-vh ribbon to be used to

tie the case when folded. : ;

'. )tj.; '

r How to Keep the Refrigerator Clean. ..
Cleanliness does come "next to god- .: \,

Une!'." as regards your refrigeratormore / ........ ,
&QoreFUNERAL perhaps than in any other part

of the establishment. The hou keep- 4- -i '-
er's first aim regarding; her refrigerator / 4 < kti
I DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I must! be absolute cleanliness. A -- -
few hints concerning this article maj _
be helpful to the inexperienced: ;
REAL VALUES LOW PRICES Look over the icebox daily Wash! >S"4 .>
it at least three times a week. If the
COMPARE pipe connecting; the ice chamber and
drip pan is adjustable it should be removed -
and scalded once a week for
I OUR FURNITUREWe I you will be surprised to notice the

green slime that forms an inside coat ,
provide the quality of furniture that has long ing. Do not simply empty the drip _+_ ht rf
been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the pan once or twice daily. Clean it regularly / I
standard of merit. If also. There is nothing better ,
an article is here it is good. II
It wouldn't here were it otherwise. We ca .'t make for the purpose than old fashion y 1
salsoda combined with plenty of boilIng r .ice'L
this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stones water. I
,. II
I of this! business, and that means much to any buyer. Never be guilty of putting ice In the -
I chest wrapped in newspapers. That Is I
i well enough; to keep in a box or tub y
McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK, and is good at times. It is more sani- : t f
tary to wash ice before placing it in -
Cor. Are. and Church .
I Orange St.. Orlando Fla. the ice chamber, and you avoid the
risk! of clogging the waste pipe with I

';C'L.. 1It..Ji:: ., .. **r particles of straw and sawdust. CONNER PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT, 4 YEAR OLD, ON SOUR ORANGE STOCK


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.\. Bleached and Turkish Bath Towels
Brown Muslin Hemmed Heavy Weight

10 yds for At THE I BIG I STORE I 15c quality69c. ..

712cThe .

_ _ _

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

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 1 :

Hundreds of other bargains not in this advertisement
1111 i .

Second ' oReady-To-wear Dspartr.o..en t. II

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

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

$6.00 Skirts at _$ 3.00
S 5.00 $2.50 Coats at $ 1.25
$10.00 Coat Suits at ---------- ---------------
$7.50 Skirts at -$ 3.75
$12.50 Coat .Suits at ---------- 6.25 $3.00 Coats at ---- -- -- -----$ 1.50 $2.50 and $2.75 Sweaters at ---$ 1.98
$15.00 Coat Suits at ----------$ 7.50 $4.00 Coats at ---------------$ 2.00 $8.00 Skirts at ---------------c$ 4.50 $3.00 Sweaters at ____________$ 2.25

$18.00 Coat Suits at __________ 9.00 $5.00 Coats at _______________$' 2.50 $9.00 Skirts at -$ $3.50 Sweaters at ------------$ 2.89
$10.00 Skirts at $ 5.00
$20.00 Coat Suits at _________10.00 $10.00 Coats at ______________$ 5.00' $4.00 Sweaters at ------------$ 3.J9

$25.00 Coat Suits at __________$12.50 $12.50 Coats at --------------$ 6.25 $12.00 Skirts at -$ 6.00 $a.OO Sweaters at ------------ 3.98

$30.00 Coat Suits at __________$15.00 $15.00 Coats at ______________$ _7.50 $15.00 Skirts at -$ 7.50 $6.00 Sweaters at ------------ 4.48

Coat Suits at $17 50 $20.00 Coats at $10.00 Great Reductions in Evening Wraps, $7.50 Sweaters at 5.48
$35.00 -------- -------------- Evening Dresses and Silk Dresses. ------------ .

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

Coat Suits at $25 00 $30.00 Coats at 15.00 $15.00 Sweaters at
$50.00 ---------- -------------- We are showing a beautiful line in all -----------$ 9.98

Coat Suits at $30 00 $35.00 Coats at $17 50 the latest styles, they are all listed to go $18.00 Sweaters- at 11.
$60.00 ---------- -------------- i I and go they will. ----------- 50
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1st Floor Dress Goods Department 2nd Floor Juvenile Department 1st Floor Men's Department BIEN"S ODD PANTS
SUITS Pants _____
DRESS GOODS $3.50 $2.75MEN'S
$3.50 Boys Suis at ___________$2.63 Pants at ______ .
$4.00 Boys Suits at __________$3.00 Tuesday NightVictor $15.00 Suits at- _____. ____$10.75 $4.50 Pants at _---- ____.$$375
42 45 in.inch Stripe Wool Crepe Crepe,,$1.25$1.00 quality79c quality69c $4.50 Boys Suits at __________$3.38 $18.00 Suits at ----...______$12.75 $5.00 Pants at ---_______$3.95
___ _____
$5.00 Boys Suits at $3.75 Drama Three Reels ___
45 in. Gabardine, $1.50 quaWyg8e._ $6.00 Boys Suits at ___ _____$4.50 $20.00 Suits at --________$14.75 $6.00 pants at ------- $4.75
54 in. Broadcloth,$1.75 quabt) $1.10 _________ _____
$8.00 Boys Suits at $6.00 $22.50 Suits at ---- $16.75 HATS
38 in. Crepe and Albatros, 75c. $8.50 Boys Suits at________6.38 $1.50 Hats at --__________.$1.15
_____________ "THE HILLS"And
quality Uc $25.00 Suits at _$18.75
$10.00 Boys Suits at ________ $7.50 --------- $2.00 Hats at --________$1.S0
45 in. Wool Taffeta, 85c quality 59c
$12.00 Boys Suits at $9.00 $2.50 Hats at --_________ -L75
56 in. Beaver___Cloaking_________$2.00___ OVERCOATS $3.00 Hats at -----______.$%. 5
puality $L29 BOYS HATS
One Big Extra ReelPay $15.00 Overcoats at --______$10.75 $3.50 Hats at -------______.$2.75
54 in. Camels Hair Plaids $2.00 50c and 60c Boys Hats 39c
quality ______________$1.29 75c Boys Hats _________________49c $16.50 Overcoats at --______$11.75 $4.00 Hats at -------_____.$3. 583e
54 in. Lambs Wool Cloaking, $3.00 $1.00 Boys Hats __________69c $18.00 Overcoats at _____$12.75 MEN'S SHIRTS
quality ______________$L98 $1.50 Boys Hats ___________98c a visit to our Soda Fountain and Lunch -- $1.00 Shirts at ________-
One lot Wool Dress Goods, value $2.00 Boys Hats __________$1.48 eonette. Admission Free until 6.30 p.m. $20.00 Overcoats at ----__$14.75 $1.50 Shirts at ___________$L19
up to $1.50, your choice for48e $3.00 Boys Hats _____________$1.98 i Admission, Nights, Children, 5c.* Adults, lOc.. $22.50 Overcoats at _______$16.73 $2.00 Shirts at __________$L69

First Floor Shoe Department A 3rd Floor House Famishing Department

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

SHOES FOR MEN 1 Can California Peaches, value______25c 3 Cans Lye Hominy, value__________40c Comforts
1 Can California Apricots, value______25c
Cindarilla Peas, value35c
2 Cans i
Shoes, C. H. Aldens, sale price$4.89
$6.00 1 Can California Pears, value ______30c
$5.00 Shoes, C. H. Aldens, sale price$3.79 1 Can California Cherries, value _____ 3 Cans Tomatoes, value ------------30c
$4.50 Shoes, A. W. & W., sale price__$3.48 1 Can California Plums, value ______30c 25c 2 Cans Corn, value ________________30c $1.75 COMFORTS FOR -------$ 1.39
$4.00 Shoes, C. & A., sale price ___ $2.98 ,.
$3.50 Shoes, C. & A., sale price ____$2.79 $1 35 $1.35: $2.50 COMFORTS FOR ------- 1.89
Gun Metal, Patent and Kid 4 Cans Montarosa Corn, value _______80c 41bs. Extra Fancy Peaches, value ____60c $3.25 COMFORTS FOR ------- 2.69 1
$6 Shoes, Wichert &Gardiner, sale4.89 4 Cans V. C. Early J. Peas, value ____60c 3 lbs.Extra Fancy Roasted Coffee, $1.05 $7.50 COMFORTS FOR ____ 5.98 '
$5 Shoes, Wichert & Gardiner, sale$3.98 R
$4.50 Shoes, Red Cross & Drew, sale $1.40 $1.65
price ______________________$3.33 LOT NO. 3 LOT NO. 6 $10.50 COMFORTS FOR ------ 7.98 i i
$4 Shoes, Red Cross & Drew, sale __$3.17 5 Ibs Lump Starch, value ---________40c 1. lb. Cream Cheese, value ___________25c $1.50 BLANKETS FOR 1.29
$3.50 Shoes, E. P. Reed, sale price$2.79 7 Bars Lenox Soap, value ____35c ------
------- 2 pkgs. Best Macaroni, value ________30c
$3.00 Shoes, Landis, sale price _____$2,29 1 Bottle Blueing, value --------____05c *
One Lot Ladies' hoes and Oxfords, $1.00 6 packages Pearline, value __________30c 2 pkgs. Mothers Oats, value ---------25c $3.00 BLANKETS FOR ------- 1.98
bCHILDRENS'SHOES 2 Bars Ivory Soap, value ___________lOc 6 Cans V. C. Cream, small, value _____30c
MISSES A 1 eel. starch, value ------__________Ooc 2 pkgs. Shreaded Wheat, value ______30c $4.00 BLANKETS FOR ------ 2.98 A
One lot Misses Shoes, sizes 2V to 6,
reg. $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 Shoes at1.98 $1.25- $1.40- $5.50 BLANKETS FOR ______ 4.68
One lot Childrens Shoes, sizes 11% to 2,
at One__lot____Ladies______Felt_____Romeos________and___$1.98 Slip- Your Choice of Any Lot For $1.00 $9.00 BLANKETS FOR ______ 6.49

pers,regular$1.50 and$2.00 value1.19 I = $20.00 BLANKETS FOR ----- 16.79
2nd Floor Millinery Depar't 2nd Floor Millinery DepartExtraordinary

Untrimmed Hats Th e YOWELL-DUCKWORTH, CO Ladies'Trimmed Sale Hats of

Your choice of any Your choice of any
untrimmed shape trimmed Hat In the A. .
value up to $... $2 98 store value up to$$100 1
for . . . Orlando I Largest Store, Quality Did IL $30.00 for . .


! .dx $ k
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I i'" Mr. Henry L. Parramore, a former

popular resident of this city, but now
traveling out of Jacksonville for a 'I'II'J.

wholesale drug company, spent yes-
terday in the city mingling business

with pleasure.Mr. .

and Mrs. H. B. Reynolds, of I 'i rff1iI
Boston, are among the late arrivalsat

the San Juan. They are touring "'', ... ......
: :: '
'. .
Florida and are here for several .'. ::' ."
$ lnJ
weeks. They are well acquainted

with many Orlando residents.Mr. .
G. S. Marsh, Jr., of the firm of .

Kunz, Marsh & Pendleton, wholesale .
A THRIFTY NATION IN 1915. commission merchants, New York, is ',. .
spending several days in this section. '\
While in the city he is making his : Your comfort and prosperity for
One of the great lessons that come to headquarters at the San Juan.
this nation out of the European struggleis -

a wonderful lesson in THRIFT.We Dean and Mrs. Remsen, Mrs. W. R. I uHF, 1915 ; .
have come to realize as never O'Neal, Deaconess Harriet Parkhill,
fore the importance of "providing for the
Cot and Mrs. S. H. Allerran, Mrs. M. '.
future-"of being ready." G. Stovin, composed a party from Or- 11 II It II depends upon yourself and your .:

Having a Savings Account-depositing lando, who arrived last night to at- connections. '
often,-living within one's means, tend the Episcopal convocation.-Miami II IL Ii Ii

avoiding reckless spending-these are Herald.Mr. .

worthy habits that, sooner or later, pay A savings or checking bank account

excellent dividends. R. Daetwyler, wholesale fruit
Saving Account, cultivatethe in this institution is a positive step ,
Open your and produce merchants, Philadelphia, .
habit of THRIFT. One Dollar will is spending several days in this sec- ..11. II ii I forward. .

start you. tion looking over the situation. Whilein . ,

the city he is the guest of his .
; Start .
The State Bank of Orlando nephew, Mr. Martin J. Daetwyler, at : i

his pretty home on West street, and '
who is also a member of this well! '-. -

known firm. :'.:.. ".:.-

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Cot and Mrs. S. H. Alleman and .
; the Dean and Mrs. H. R. Remsen :' .. ',:.',::::: :.
,. ,
-- - were visitors at City Point during the .':.',: .
LOCAL AND PERSONAL Mr. J. E. Merrill, one of the oldest week, the guests of Archdeacon Cres- 1
and best citizens of the northwest ,..
son. Cot Alleman, who has a winter "
portion of Orange county was a vis- home in Orlando, is a prominent at-
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wright left itor to the county metropolis yester- in Philadlephia and has for
for Eustis where 4 4
yesterday afternoon day from his home at Plymouth.Mr. -
been a close personal w
many years
they will spend several days. D ; B C t 1D.
friend of the archdeacon.-News amStar
W. M. Tupper, general passen- Cocoa. .
Mrs. Ida Barrett, of Savannah, Ga.,
ger agent of the Clyde Line, Jack- I :
is in Orlando on a visit to her cousin, sonville, and Mr. H. H. Raymond, of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wertz have I ., .., '
Hammond, of West Cen- .:" '- :- ,,: : ,'! '" "
Mrs. W. G. New York, with the same line in the taken the opportunity to return to I ,':" ::. :. :\ ,:'ij. : ::<

tral avenue. big city, spent yesterday in Orlando.Mr. Orlando, arriving over the Atlantic

Coast Line Sunday night. They were =
of Winter Gar-
Mr. Roy Roper,
Charles W. Schaadt, the traveling
able here last winter, and like all who
den, was one of West Orange's
representative of the Anderson- BeauP
transacting businessat have once resided in the City
representatives Wilson Paper company, Richmond, tiful, they are bound to come back.
the county seat yesterday.Mr. Va., spent yesterday in Orlando in They will remain until spring and are

J. D. Futch, of Baltimore, Md., the interest of his firm. pleasantly located at 411 East Church Fresh Garden Seed
the transients registeringat
was among t
Mr. Royal B. Childs, a former well
the San Juan yesterday for a cou-
known printer and linotype operatorof New Hats at sale prices. T. O.
ple of days sojourn. this city, but now residing in Lake- Brown. l-12-3t

land, was in the city yesterday hob-
I Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Law and two
nobbing with friends.Mr. Shirt Sale now on at T. O. Brown's.
children have arrived from Minneapolis
.1'. to spend the winter, and have Clarence Murphy and wife of January is Garden Planting
pleasant apartments on West Central -
Rochester, were among the arrivalsin -
t avenue. Orlando yesterday afternoon. They

have been visitors to this city for a Month.
I Mr. W. E. Dobbins, of Atlanta, who
number of years and enjoy a host of
has been coming to Orlando for the
friends here.
past eighteen years, was in the city
yesterday in the interest of the Dan- Catalogue Free.McElroy's
t Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Henson, of
iel Miller company, notions, Falti-
Kansas City, arrived in Orlando yes-

P. more. terday afternoon over the Coast Line
and will spend the season in this city.
l 4 Suit Cases at your own prices dur-
They are pleasantly located on East
; ing sae. T. O. Brown. 1-12-3t
i' Amelia avenue. The
i Big sale of Regal Shoes. T. O. Pharmacy
Brown. l-12-3t Mrs. Paul Shaffer, who is spendingthe

winter in Orlando, a guest at the
New Lucerne, expects to leave today SAN

6i' for Miami, where she will spend a

6i i week, returning to Orlando to remain Phone 20

FOR SALE' until spring.Mr. 0Ha' JUAN

and Mrs. George Seaman, of -

Lincoln, Neb., arirved in Orlando yes- I.

terday afternoon, and will linger in ----------
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2300 acres of unim these parts until the middle of March,
I when they expect to take a trip down tried the
proved pine land, fine a you
the West Coast to points of interest.
truck and fruit land, big I They have accommodations on West Quick Lunch open from 6

portion of it has clay street. I COMMUNITY PROTECTIONi
i a. m. till midnight? It is
and marl sub'soil. Situ- I
I Rev. Frank Parker, of Hamilton, I
road our aim to make this a
uate on County .
Mass., has arrived in Orlando to 1- I

within seven miles of \spend his fourth winter. He was accompanied strictly sanitary depart- The people of this comunity have now 1 -. ,0 ,
south Miss\ Alice Par- \
Orlando. by I and sure f: ,
command positive .
at their a I
ker and Miss Jennie McFarland. ment, right up to the min- '' e- '
S4.40 an acre will buy They are pleasantly located at No. 6 means of protecting papers and valuables i .: .' .,'" :
ute. .
this tract and the propo- East Church street. Mr. Parker owns against loss, the Safe Deposit Vaults of : .'

some very pretty building lots and a Everything cooked be- this institution :: ., ,;'t A

sition is "cinch" :s a house fronting on South and DeLaney Modern ingenuity has produced but one F'- ;"i;
small investment. This streets. fore your eyes, not a corn- . .
sure form of protection against theft, loss : .-- t"4.A s
is for quick sale. that cannot be .;
price I er seen. destruction, the massive steel and con- :
: Mrs. J. H. Reese, Miss Pauline or \: /
If you want this land 'Nuchoils, and Mr.\ J. C. Brossier left Don't take our word for it, crete walls and armored doors such as we

call on yesterday for Miami where they will come in and take a look. have installed for the safe keeping of the '
spend the week. Mrs. Reese willisit valued and valuable possessions of the 4 \ *

relatives and friends, Miss Nuchollswill Our prices are reasonableand members of this community. -
I visit friends and take in the
service quick. If you Neither fire nor water can reach the 1
sights of the celebration, while Mr. l
S. G G. Do live & Son Brossier, who is president of the i find anything wrong reportto contents of a Safe Deposit Box in these

Young Men's Investment company of vaults; the cleverest cracksman can never
that city, will attend a meeting of the management and we gain entrance. The annual rental is but '

REAL ESTATE the board of directors. will see about it. This is trifling, making the protection not only & :

Na. 3 WEST PINE STREET another new departure for the surest but the cheapest form of in- r
more cents and attend T. O. Brown's surance. % .
Second Floor and want to it
for Men, us we see the
Real Sale Tuesday the 12th You are cordially invited to visit
to Saturday the 16th. 1-12-tf 1.
succeed. Safe Deposit Department and inspect our i

vaults and their wonderfully interesting '
A Rare Business OpportunitySmall time-locked doors.

growing business, well located-will take about :

I ;$,000 to handle proposition, paying about 75 percent Orlaildo n Bank & Trust t C CoMpany n

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

care Sentinel office.
Orlando's Conservative Banko"
Don't answer it not interested.

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