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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 13, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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THE MORNING SENTINELVOLUME I





TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1915. NUMBER 287.'




WOMAN S1JFIRAGE!! AMJiJMDMliJM" 1 LOSS;



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VOTE WAS 204 AYES AND I''Strawberries On To Buzz Around!'

174 NAYS-A VERY TO ORDER MOTOR FIERCE COUNTEROFFENSIVE i ORLANDO HOTElINSPECTED $

CLOSE VOTE Display In The City At Coming Fair;;,

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Henry Geirst, a thrifty German FIRE TRUCK According to W. R. O'Neal, secre- |
NEED TWO THIRDS VOTE TO CARRY i farmer from southwest of the city, !J i r rAT tary of the Subtropical Midwinter j :

Fair, to be held here in February, I i
I was exhibiting strawberries yester-i i I -
I bees will occupy a prominent part of .
Stirring Scenes Were in Evidence day morning that were so large that i> SPECIAL MEETING CITY GERMANS :\ THE the exhibitions. Edwin G. Baldwin, :MANY ARE NEARLY PER-

at Capitol All Day- eight of them filled a quart cup. Mr. I COUNCIL TODAY ACTION I' VANCED FRENCH POSITIONS AD.I of DeLand, has arranged to bring an FECT IN EVERY LIT-

Victory May Come at Geirst has about a half acre and from j MAY BE TAKEN extensive colony of bees to the fair TLE DETAIL ,

Later Date I presen tprospects will have several : I I for display purposes. The bees will
be in glass cases, entire working colonies -

Washington, Jan. 12.-The house I hundred berries dollars of worth which of Dr.these Holmes luscious -I TWO BIDS OPENED YESTERDAY i GERMAN BATTERIES OPEN ATTACK:, of them and the sight will be TEN HOTELS RECEIVE GOLD SEALS
I an interesting and novel one. By
ef representatives today defeated he
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wrote so pleasantly. I peering through the glass hives with-
amendment to submit the question of Florida strawberries are a revenue Difference in Bids of $1,000,1 j Object Is to Retake "Spur 132" out any fear of being stung the visitor According to the CommissionerFrom
woman suffrage to states for ratifi-
cation. The vote was 204 ayes, and getter and a mortgage lifter equal to : Meeting YesterdayYas i Teutons Fighting With may see for himself how honeyis Tallahassee OrlandoIs
or greater than the Kansas wheat '! made. Several other exhibits will
174 nays. The amendment required a Adjourned to Today Unprecedented Leading Hotel
fields, and the man who has land suit- ; be made of bees at the fair. The bee
two-thirds majority. able to the culture of these winter : at 11 O'clock i Energy industry in Florida is growing and City
Before the Battle ..
luxuries is sure to be located very i many people have large apiaries.
Washington, Jan. 12.-All of the near easy street in a few years. | Following a special session of the I|| Paris Jan. 12.The Germans have Orlando hotels underwent a rigid'!

feminine forces that have taken partin Florida is the only state east of the city council which was to have been j| assumed a violent counter offensive PAVEMENT: IMPROVEMENT: inspection during the past two weeks

the suffrage campaign were in evidence Mississippi that can produce strawberries held at 11 o'clock this morning, it is I I against the advanced French posi- and emerged with a record that the

at the capital today. The offi- out of doors in January and Feb- expected that action will be taken to- j I I I tions in the north and east of Sois- Yesterday afternoon witnessed the city may well be proud of, an indica- .
National American Wo-
of the
cers ruary, and yet we now and then heara wards the placing of an order for a I' sons in a desperate attempt to retrieve completion of the improvement in the tion that the comfort and welfare of
kindred
Association and
man Suffrage few people complain because the motor fire truck for Orlando. Although |I three lines of trenches more pavement on Pine street just off of tourists, transients and visitors are
organizations, and the officers of the day is wet and gloomy. it was not stated definitely'j i than a mile in length captured from Orange avenue, west. well looked after in every detail. The

National Association Opposed to Wo- last night by any members of Orlan-I(i them during the past four days of inspection was made by A. L. Messer, I
assigned places in
man Suffrage were do's official family that an order terrific fighting. of Tallahassee, state hotel commis- :

the galleries, where provision had CONSIDER BRITISH REPLYCabinet would be placed for a motor fire truck !1 i Opening with a vigorous bombardment ADVANCE IN FLANDERS sioner, and his assistant, O. H. Hus- 1
been made for record breaking crowd. I I
it is understood such action will beI shortly before midnight, the band, state hotel inspector. The third i
and anti-suffragists in the
Suffragists the result of the meeting to be held i j i German batteries shelled incessantly member of the commission, A. Z. 1

political regalia of feminine finery Meeting at WashingtonHeld this morning. I I j I the French trenches all night, and Amsterdam Report Indicates a' Brown, an inspector, is in the southern j 1

were on hand to see the first legislative to Discuss Grey's At the regular bi-weekly meeting i,i i today they followed up the cannonade Strong Advance by Allies ; part of Florida and was not in j
consideration of the question of of the council yesterday afternoon:'': with an attack against the two most Orlando. ,
in Reply to United Not Mentioned in Any .
suffrage congress. bids were opened for motor fire advanced points of the newly organized Following the investigation, which
I I I'
The anti-suffragists enthusiastic States Bulletin
were trucks, two being received. The Robinson j I French line against the plateau closed yesterday, the Sentinel was
in their predictions that the at- Fire Apparatus Manufacturing ; of Perrierres on the north bank of I furnished with a complete report of
for Washington, Jan. 12.-There was a Amsterdam Jan. 12.-Reports -
to suffrage women
tempt secure company, of St. Louis, made a bid at the Aisne, and against "spur No. reo'' the procedure. The method of scoring -
cabinet to consider' I ceived here indicate that
through federal means would fail. meeting today today a
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$5,000, and the American La France 132, rises on the extreme eastern is intricate, thorough and relia-i
They declared that the suffragists Earl Grey's reply to the United cided advance by the allies on the i I ',
Fire Engine company, of Atlanta, edge(i of the plateau of Vreginy, they ble, and no efforts were spared by Mr.
would not muster more than one- States in the controversy with Great : Flanders front which has not yell'
also submitted a bid at 6000. Fol- I i delivered important attacks. Messer or Mr. Husband in conductingtheir
third of the votes in the house, although Britain over the seizure and deten- been mentioned in any official bulletin
lowing the meeting a special after- Their object was to retake "spur inspection. Their coming was j,
two-thirds were necessary to tion of American ships and cargoes. ( I has been made. Thes advices '
meeting was held and the propositionwas 132, from which the French guns unannounced. The hotels were given
submit the amendment to the states. After the cabinet meeting it was !' state that the allies are today bombarding -
discussed. No conclusion was I I seriously menace positions, threaten- I no warning. The results, therefore,
The suffragists claimed to have abouta noted in the state department that a > Thorout, which is ten miles
i reached at this meeting and an adjournment I ing the line of railway communications are absolutely true and correct.
majority.It less optimistic feeling prevailed as to j due north of Dixmude. This state
was called for this morn- I i which have now been brought The method of scoring has proved
that the determina- the outcome of ment is little credence here in
was believed diplomatic negotia- 'i given ; .
ing at 10 o'clock.A | into range. satisfactory. A gold seal is awarded
tion of the Democratic leaders to allow tions now pending. Before the cabinet I! fact, nothing official confirming it has I J.
petition was received at the A report sent from the front to- the hotel having a score of 95 to 100;
direct vote on the suffrage meeting the president took an occasion -] been heard from source. I
a
1 '' any
council meeting yesterday, signed by'!night says tha the battle is still rag- a silver seal to the hotel with points
question would result in the adoptionof to he had not expressedany I
say E. W. Lott Nona A. Wyley, M. G. i 1 ing.I The French are holding their between 85 and 95; a red seal with a
the special rule without a record dissatisfaction over the note from j!Taylor, W. L. Lewis, A. J. Taylor and 'i own, but the Germans are attacking RETURNS TO FIRST LOVE I score of 75 to 81, and a plain seal to ,
vote. This would bring the final voteon I Grey. He made it plain that he expressed -I
| W. N. Hurd, for sidewalks in Thorn- with unprecedented energy. hotels between 60 and 74 points. Plain
the bill early tonight. no opinion, stating he had I Mrs. Geo. W. Deems has returnedto
certificates all
i i ton Park. The petition was granted.The are granted restaur- .
not yet read the note. ,, bond of the Florida Naional THE WEATHER Orlando from Washington, Pa., to ants, cafes and lunch counters reaching -

WHY NOT RAISE PIGS [ Vault company was referred to the I spend the season and is pleasantly the necessary score on all essen-

CAME FOR EXPOSITION !' city solicitor' and the city engineerfor Florida: Fair Wednesday and located for the season on the corner tial points, the total to be no less

An Indiana newspaper tells of a I settlement. Thursday. Warmer Thursday. of Main and South streets. Mrs. than 52. 0
farmer who sold seventeen pips eight Mr. and Mrs. Y. R. Bolask, of Chi-i Deems has many friends in this sec- Ten Orlando hotels received the-

months old that averaged 300 pounds cago, arrived in Orlando yesterday !j tion who will rejoice at this bit of gold seal. This is a splendid showing

each. He got $6.60 per hundred, or 'i and contemplate remaining here until LIGHT HOUSE IS WRECKED ITALY IS READY FOR WAR news as her visits are always eagerly and one that the city may point to
$331.20 for the bunch. Here is a after the "big exposition," when they looked forward to. Mrs. Deems spent I I with pride, for only two other hotels t

pointer for Florida pork farmers. A I, will visit Fort Myers and points of {I. last winter in California, but she likes j inspected so far have received the

better grade of pigs. It has been interest on the Manatee river, returning German Airship Flotilla Accom- Many Indications That Italy Is Florida best and has returned to her I[I I I gold seal score. Seventeen hotels

demonstrated that a man can producea I i this way before going back north. plishes Purpose by Wrecking Ready for Entrance Into first love. were awarded the silver seals and
pound of pork for less money in eight restaurants were granted the ,
Lighting Establishment War Taken for
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Florida than in Indiana, and yet we plain certificate.
are shipping Western! meats. at Dunkirk I Granted Following is a list of the hotels and 1
RUSSIANS LEAVE I LYNN IS GIVEN restaurants inspected.

DEATH ot'Glm:' WOMAN Berlin, by wireless via London, Jan. j Rome, Jan. 12.-Despite Turkey's Gold Seal Hotels a
12.-Official press bureau reports I complete acquiescence to every demand -
Dining .
Died, yesterday morning at the 1 TABRIZ from Rotterdam stated that "an expedition of the Italian government re- LIBERTYYOUNG Hotel. Score. R'm. &

home of her son, Mr. Win. Wright, j !I of a German airship flotilla, garding a reparation for violation of San Juan ________________ 99 97
I which left for the of
on Carter street, Mrs. Elizabeth I purpose destroying Wyoming ______________ 98 9ti
I the. consulate at Hodeidah, there
are
the military lighting establishment
Wright, aged 79 years. The interment Osceola ______ 97 9. 1
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will be in Patrick cemetery, I I HUT CZAR'S SOLDIERS ARE !1.i at Dunkirk and surroundings, I mapy indications that Italy's entrance BOY SET FREE BY New Lucerne __________ 97 96

, west of the city, at 10 o'clock this I ASSEMBLING STRONG ''I. has accomplished" the purpose com- into the war is pepted as a foregone CRIMINAL COURT JURY St. Charles ___________ 97 96

morning, Hammond & Gore having I pletely. I conclusion in some quarters. Large Duke Hall _____________ 96 95
FORCE
charge of the obseqifies. The deceased AT DJULFA t I numbers of Germans and Austrians YESTERDAYIS Windermere _____________ 95 95 A

came to Orlando from Indiana, HERE FROM CANADA I have left Rome within the past few Earl Court -----______ 97

and has many friends who will regretto I TURKS VICTORIA SAYS BERLIN I days and many others are ready to COMPlET&mONERATED New Grand ------___---- 96 ',

hear of her death. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Crook and I leave at any moment. This exodusis Astor -_________________ 96 .... A.
i family were among the prominent admitted to be due to advices received Silver Seal Hotels

BARTOW MAN PLEASED I Berlin Claims Turks Have Had : winter residents to return for another from the "home authorities." Verdict Clears Lynn of Murdering Orland _________________ 93 93

I Success Over Russians and :r i: season in the City Beautiful Monday I Marvin Wilder on Nov. Summerlin ______________ 93 93
Mr. M. E. James was in Orlando | evening. They came in over the At- LEFT BLIZZARD BEHIND: THEM The Pines -j____________ 93 92

yesterday from Bartow looking over I I Occupy Strong t lantic Coast Line from Hamilton, On- 27-Case Attracted Windsor _______________ 93

the city. Until recently Mr. James PositionsConstantinople : tario, Canada, and are again occupying Mr. Henry Neiswanger and family, Much Interest Tremont u___________ 92 93

was proprietor of one of that city's 1 their pretty home, -104 East Central who arrived from Michigan City, In- Eola Cottage ___-_____ 92 88 h

leading hotel men, but is now a gen- Jan. 12.-Official ,i avenue. diana, yesterday to take up their per- After considering ,the evidence in Empire _____u__________ 92 92

tleman of leisure. lie was most favorably reports further state that the Rus- r manent home in Orlando, say that the Lynn case for thirty minutes yes- I Lake View _____________ 91 90

impressed and said he sians have evacuated Tabriz, in Per- I TO REMAIN FOR( FAIRi they left that state in the midst of a terday afternoon the jury sitting in Willola --__--__--_____ 91 92

thought Orlando one of the prettiestand sia. The garrison has retreated I i severe blizzard and trains were all the criminal court brought in a ver- Melrose ______u____ 90 90
most up to date places in the on i i -Tourists from Eaton, Ohio, makingthe late. They were not at all discouraged dict of not guilty, completely exon- Keystone __________ 90 90

state. Djulfa (near Ispan), where the Rus- Orland hotel headquarters, are because of the rains, as they erating the sixteen year old boy, Eric Central _______u_____ 90 90

sians are assembling strong forces 1\Irs. C. H. Beckman and Mr. Henry found it much to be preferred to Lynn, of the murder of Marvin Wilder Lawrence ____________ 89 91

POLICE COURT YESTERDAYC. for the defense of the defenses over 1! C. Dillman. They are touring Florida snow and ice. Neiswanger is an eight years old on November 27. The Arcade _____________ 89

the Araxes. I but like Orlando so well that expert poultry man and it is his in- The jury was charged about 4 The Waldow _-________ 86 88

E. Stevens, arrested by Officer j I they have decided to remain until tention to engage in the poultry busi- o'clock yesterday afternoon, return- Saratoga _____________ 86 87

Peel, was fined $10 in police court Berlin Statement j I after the Subtropical Midwinter Ex- ness on a large scale, breeding most- ing with the verdict at 4:30 o'clock. Ferns _______-__________ 85 87
yesterday for violating the traffic Berlin, via wireless, Jan. 12.-The j|I I position. ly fancy stock. The case was prosecuted by W. L. Restaurants

laws by exceeding the speed limit. army headquarters from Constantinopie ,I i I Tilden, county solicitor; and Lynn Plaza CafeMetropolitan_ _____________ 87
Pete Carles was fined $1 for using refute the recent Russian claimsof was defended by Judge J. M. Cheney. _____________ 86
Vessel Is StrandedOn Fair Pennants
500
profane language.Tom success over the Turks. Duringthe I j Lynn is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Model 87
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Abernethy, arrested by Officer past two weeks the Turks have Agen. Following the accidental and Pope' _______________ 89
Peel, was fined $10 for exceeding the captured many strong Russian posi- Awaji IslandLondon Were DistributedW. tragic shooting a coroner's jury ren- Mrs. Cornish's Tea Room_ 91

speed limit. tions on the other side of the fron- dered a verdict of murder in the second Miss Holden's Dining Room 91

tier. Jan. 12.-A report to R. O'Neal, secretary of the Subtropical degree, young Lynn being incar- Field's Luncheonette _____ 89

BAPTIST MEETINGThe Lloyd's from Shimonoseki, Japan, Midwinter Fair, stated yes- cerated in the county jail since that N. Y. Quick Lunch _____.:_ 86
Not Dead I says the Pacific and Oriental time.
steamship -
I that the of 500
annual business meeting of the Petrograd, Jan. 12It is officially Nile stranded on the Awaji : terday supply pen- CHANGE RULES GRAND CIRCUIT

Baptist church will be held this even- announced here today hat the Turk- island in the Inland sea. The passengers nants had been exhausted because of BOILER MOVED

ing at 7:30 o'clock in the Christian ish report that the Grand Duke Alexander and crew have proceeded to the heavy demand for them in the Detroit, Mich., Jan. 12. --The stew-

Alliance hall. As the church is an incorporation Michaelovitch, a brotherin\law Kobe. past few days. These pennants will A force of workmen moved an old ards of the Grand Circuit held their _

all officers for the ensu- of the czar was killed in the fighting be used in the decoration of automo- boiler down Church street yesterday annual meeting here today. Drastic

ing year will be elected. in the Caucasius, is false. The duke 500 books' to select from at 10 and biles and floats participating' in the afternoon on rollers. It was a queer changes in the rules which govern 1

to Dr. E. T. Poulson, pastor of the has not been on the Caucasius frontier 15 cents. Curtis & O'Neal, Orange monster civu parade set for the open- sight and reminded spectators of a racing were presented by the rules

I Baptist church. avenue. I' ing day. submarine on wheels. ommittee.r t-



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HOTELSTHE MASTER SUNDAY SERMON ARTHUR KANSAN CAPPER TO BE FIRST INSTALLEDGOVERNOR NATIVE WE NEVER TIRE i I


Dr. Poulson Delivered Of singing the praises of Crane's Linen Lawn Station?ry. It i isn't
Inspiring
WINDERMEREChoice Topeka Kas., Jan. 12.-Arthur the "just as good" the "good enough" or "very good" kind. It I
Address Before Large Congregation Capper, of Topeka the first native is absolutely the finest Stationery made in America, and America .
Location All Modern Conveniences at Baptist Kansan to be chosen chief executiveof leads the world in this class of manufactured goods. We j
Services the state, and the first to be chosen have it in all the correct sizes
Excellent Table Good Water Reasonable Rates SundayA shapes and tints. Your social
by the suffrage of both men and women and business standing is judged
largely by the kind of: Stationery -
On Beautiful Lake Lucerne Orlando, Fla. large audience greeted the pas- was inaugurated today as the you use. Furthermore it is a real pleasure to wrfce'on the

tor of the Baptist church. Dr. E. G. twentieth governor of Kansas. Governor genuine Linen Lawn surface. You know this if you have tried

Home Comforts Service Finest Rooms in City Poulson Sunday and received with pionship Capper of national urged vigorous prohibition cham and letter it. If writing.you have never tried it a new pleasure awaits you in your I

Rated x open mind and hearts his, as usual, woman suffrage.
Sanitary Inspection 100
masterly sermon. While Dr. Poul- W. S. BRANCH
Bartow truckers have ,
son's sermons are always educative contractedfor
THE NEW GRANDHENRY they are also evangelistic. His text the delivery of seventeen thou- The Arcade Book and Music store
sand crates of cabbage at one dollara
of Sunday morning is found in Mark,
BARTLETT., Prop. 14:72: "And when he thought thereonhe crate. Good business that. Seven-
wept. These words were spokenof teen thousand dollars in cash is bet-
Simon Peter in ter than shipping on consignment and
connection with The lV.Ea1et
European Plan 15 West Pine St.
the denial of his Lord. Some of us getting a bill for the balance of

Rooms with Bath Orlando, Fla. are prone to deal harshly with Peter freight. OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

but he had much modern human nature OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
in him. Like us, at times he was Get the news in The Sentinel first.
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
TOURISTS ATTENTION! very weak. Let us notice him brieflyin
a three-fold aspect. Now is the time to order GRIF- Kept under tbe best sanitary conditions.

We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando Peter SinningThe FING'S salesman.ROSES. W. H. Brokaw 12-16-tf Everything screened away from the flies and kept fresh

Prepared by our New York Cook darkest spot on Peters life and pore.
was the denying of Jesus Christ, his IF YOU ARE LOOKING for well We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction.!! We have

100 Rooms Bath, Steam Heat. $1.00 best friend, and he did it with a pro- see rooted H. -McDaniel.orange and. grapefruit Phone 708.buds, everything in the Meat Line.
fane tongue. Strange he would have

Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water done it, you say? Yes but more FOR SALE H. :HVT. Self & Co.
strange that men will do it today!
It was sin that drove him to it, and PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
EMPIRE HOTEL Terms to Suit Purchaser
it is sin that is driving many of you
Good citrus and truck land, cleared,
along the same path. It was sin that in 5, 10, 20
or more acre plots on
54 Light Housekeeping Rooms drove our parents from paradise and brick road to be built this year, two
ruined the happiness of the first fam miles from Orlando. Phone 1024 4
ily. It was sin that made Jesus weep rings or write II. G. Jackson R. F. D. JONES GOES JUST THE SAME
ROSSMORE INNWindermere No. 2, Qrlando for appointment.
over Jerusalem; it was sin that 1-7-lmo
caused Judas to betray his Master;
it was sin that founded Gethsemaneand FOR SALE

This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric planted the Cross on Calvary;
tights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite with and it was the same old sin that made
bath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish- Peter deny his Lord. ber No.land 1.,Forty on south acres side virgin of lake pine front tim- My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen

ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. Simon Peter ThinkingBut three-fourths mile from railroad sta- months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the

after awhile he-begins to think. same time it always has.
His mind and heart are not to remain
No. 2 Seventy-five acres, on lake
unresponsive forever. He had not front one-half mile from Forest City; TIME TABLE
THE OSCEOLASTEAM thought much ere this and his great six acres bearing orange grove; good
: blunder followed by anguish of heart, eight room house. $4,500; terms. Bus Orlando
Leaving in Front of Evans, The Jeweler.WEST .
was caused by his neglect to pause No. 3. Twenty acres, four miles
HEAT THROUGHOUT and consider. O, if we could only from the city on lake front; twelve
get men to stop and think soberlyand acres bearing orange grove; orange BOUND EAST BOUD
magnolia and Robinson Ave; J. W. HURLEY, Manager crop recently sold two thousand three Read Down Read Up
seriously for only a little while,
hundred boxes. Three hundred boxesof
how many heartaches would be averted. grapefruit now on trees. $6,500; A.M. A.M. P. M. !IA.M. P. ?\t.lp. M
Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round Why are many men where theyare terms.

European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite today? Don't stop to think! No. 4. Lot 70x190 feet on brick Orlando 6:301o.15!, 3:00: / 9-30 1.30 6.00
Why are so many crushed hearts and street; high class neighborhood. Ocoee 7-30 M.15 4:00 : 8.3012.30 5.00
blighted homes? Somebody failed to $1,000.No. Winter Garden
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7:45: \11:30 4-30 8.15 12.15 4-45
think. Moses forfeited his entrance
5. hard
Thirty acres near sur- Oakland 8.00--- 8.00
into the Promised Land on the day he face road; one mile from railroad 4:30 4.30
Israel station on lake front four acres ------ -- ---
stood before and in his anger ; ------ ---- ------ -
budded six hundred boxes of
grove;
smote the rock-instead of speakingto
fruit; one hundred and fifty thousand
tt a 4 f t it. He didn't stop to think! Like feet virgin pine timber. $3,000.J. .
c-a 9 the prodigal son, many a young man
E. CRAWFORD,
didn't stop to think before leaving hisfather's
home to go out into a worldof Office Orland Hotel.
revelry and sin. Such a fellowcan 1-3-liro

not see it; nevertheless it is true .
THE ARCADE HOTEL that he is joining hands with the :
man of old who didn't stop to consider -For FineWATCH

J. B. MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop. the awful consequence of denyinghis CLOCK and r

:First Class Restaurant Livery and Autosin Lord.Simon Peter RepentingYou JEWELRY REPAIRING BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
Building in Connections know a man is not at himself call on C. VATER whois .
,: Orlando, Fla. when he is not thinking. So when Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
Peter began to think he began to an expert at this trade 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduc-

'weep and repent. When he thought with many years experience tion during that time:
IF YOU WANT A LUNCH thereon he wept and repented, and
then it was that he acted the noble aj Youngs Repair ShopOpp. Touring Car $555.00Runabout

part the manly part, for it takes
a .
Post Office Pine Street 505.00
worth the money, come to Pope's Quick Lunch Counters. Our ; -
man to stand up and confess his sins
food is not cooked in front of where F. 0. B. Orlind An cars Icily aJppe4.
your eyes, you are annoyed when he sees his mistake. This, no

with the odors and heat, but in our sanitary kitchen. Try a cup doubt, will keep many a man out of I. tltu. we will to .ble .. .bUln.tile .**..a..effidnq_.
fa
.rp.rcha.iag
Cad th mlnlmmm cdep.rt.
of our Rowland Special Coffee, French Dripped. The price is the Kingdom of Heaven because they In .r f- Ury and .ales p..dnctt.5. .U if w. rh .\"J.t .1
will not yield their stubborn hearts between the WT. d.tt .
only 5c. a cup. We offer you the best of service. ::; 1100' can .. ..,.
and repent. "Unless ye repent, ye 9'c, And should we nada this prwtaetkm. w. agree(es .r .--se,
tee
: Pope & Co.'s Quick Lunch CountersChurch shall likewise perish" is the gospel the Aac-"t.yer.I.IUS.lIare.. JS? ;suvp:; per who psrebaua 151 s$.aew
the world needs, but it is the gospel F.r car between A.... '4 Aapst 1.
<.r.i&-
Uw price a.
Street. Open from 5 a.m. to midnight that alas! so many people will not DR. L. H. RAMSDEU F.r f.rtb perticelare regarding these
hear. harinc 7155. -

Come and hear Dr. Poulson at the OPTOMETRIST F. G. RUSH, '
... .. . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . .1..11..1 Grand theatre next Sunday. (SueceMor t. Or. O. IL d-I
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ORLANDO. FLORIDA Phone 226
WE FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES
THIS DATE IN HISTORY .
REAL ESTATE January 12 AND OPTICAL DO ALL RFPATRiWC KINDS OF


1683-First regularly elected as-

sembly of Pennsylvania convened at


We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If Philadelphia.lish 1795 premier-William, urged Pitt parliament, the great that Eng-a Th Fl ri a R al R tat & Inv tnl nt Co.

you want to bfiy or set the earth it will pay you to call premium be granted by the govern-
ment to large families.

and talk your wishes over with us. 1806-Vienna evacuated by French.
1807-Explosion of 20 tons of powder Capital $50,000. Fully Paid Up.
The manager of this firm has had years of exper- on ship in Leyden Harbor Hol-

land; demolished the town and killed In Florida Therefore Under State Control
Incorporated ;
ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a 150.

million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last from 1816 France.-Bonaparte family banished LL propositions offered by this Corporation are exclusivelylisted

two years. 1828-Boundary line between the with us, at the same time can also be bought throughthe

We are well posted on the value of all classes and treaty.United States and Mexico settled by purchasers Agent, as we need not to secret our proposalsfor

1839-Iron successfully made with anybody, the deal has to be closed at our office. This means

kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all anthracite coal at Mauch Chunk Pa. protection for the seller as well for the buyer. With our Bank

bargains in Real Estate and want customers for Real 1848-Fire at theatre in Quebec; 50 if
we lives lost. Guarantee furnished to the purchaser, requested. Having con-

Estate Bargains. 1866-The Aeronautical Society of fidence to all our offerings we advance 75 per cent of the pur-
:
artificial Great Britain flying.founded, to encourage chase price at six per cent. interest, even on unimproved land. We

1905-Ariumphal entry of Japanese hold today over one million dollars of properties in city lots, city

into Port Arthur. homes and uncultivated lands. Our
and country orange groves

: 'WARING'( REAL ESTATE COMPANY gress 1911 for-President appropriation Taft to asked fortify con-the books open to all investors, if such inducements will appeal to you

Panama canaL -take the trouble to climb up one fligh of stairs over the Peoples
1914-Last rock barrier blasted
National Bank and consult.
_ R. D. WARING, Manager away in great Catskill-New York 6

aqueduct ,the modern marvel of en-
\ Rooms and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115tf gineering. HENRY BENEDICT, PresidentOffice


Organize select good leaders and over Peoples National Bank. Phone 570.0
get to work along the right lines.
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Keep everlastingly at it.


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MIMMIMIMMMMMM The big packing house at Clear-
i DISTURBANCES water is working to its full capacity
CITRUS FRUIT! ON MOTOR ROWBY filling orders. Filling orders is much
'
I EXAGGERATED more satisfactory than shipping on
consignments to any old place. GRAND'
SPARK PLUGMMIMUIMMIIHMIM
Trees that have been grown by
I SEC. GARRISON TOLD COMMITTEE Here are bargains direct from

expert end' .experienced nurserymen. I TRUE CONDITION Mr.V.. N. Hurd, of Connecticut, the owner it will pay you to ,

I IN ISLANDS living on Summerlin avenue for the look into: TODAY
winter, is a new addition to the Ford No 1

family. ..... 2-acre farm just over city
Says the United States Should -
limits 120 fruit trees
Peach Trees Florida - mostly ,
grown,
Not From the
Withdraw Cadillac Reports Big N. Y. Show bearing 1000 plant pinery, cov-
budded onPASCO Islands at This Business ered, and in bearing; 6-room

Time Previous retail sales records were nearly new bungalow, mostly "
PLUM STOCK shattered at the 1915 New York auto- furnished new; stable, hen "UIS '
UNKNOWN\% GIRL
Washington, Jan. 11.-A "petty dis mobile show, so far as the Cadillac house. Well fenced and good soil.
turbance" in the Philippine Islands Motor Car company is concerned.The I A dandy little fruit and poultry ,
We guarantee every tree we has been "exaggerated/ Secretary Cadillac "eight" was on exhibi- farm. Price $1500.00.No. .

ship to be first-class nursery Garrison told the committee on the tion and was one of the main attrac- 2 A Vitagraph special feature complete in two ,
Philippines here today. He made this tions for the show crowds as well as On Lakeview avenue, one lot,
stock, true to name and if prop- parts.
remark in the course of his commentson buyers. The Cadillac exhibit dis- 100x620; 40 young fruit trees,
erly set we guarantee every the proposed measure creating two played four styles of the new eight. $650.00.Vould sub-divide into ,

tree to grow or to replace same Filipino legislative houses, all the cylinder as follows: Seven passenger 4 or 5 lots, and bring three --- -- ---
members of which will be elected by touring car, five passenger salon, five times this. .
without cost. the people with the exception of those passenger sedan and seven passenger No. 3 "
from the non-Christian districts. This limousine. Lack of space made it impossible 4 lots in Oakwood Park, "ON
legislation, he said, he approved.Of to exhibit the entire line, fenced in together, covered with CIRCUS DAY 1

If you are looking for first- the recent disorders he said: which in addtiion to those named in- 60 4-year old fruit trees. ,
"It is particularly interesting, in cludes a coupe and a roadster. Would make a little chicken and
class nursery stock, do not fail view of the recent exaggerated accounts -0- fruit place; price $120.00 each, A Lubin comedy. ,
to send for our latest catalog, of a petty disturbance in the Auto Business Good or $400.00 for all.

which is yours for the asking. islands, to read what,Mr. Taft said The automobile industry in Orlandois No.1 ,
concerning such occurrences in his one of the substantial contributing 1 lot, 58x150, 2 blocks fromP.
time: elements towards the present and future O. in Winter Park. This is
The Thomas NurseriesBruen "'The attitude of the American upliftment and advancement of right in town, has 18 large fruit "
press and of the American merchantin the city. trees; well fenced. Will pay 20 "RAJAH'S i i
his hostility to the Filipino, and in -- per cent. on the investment at Y VACATION ,

Webb Building the consequent hostility to the civil Chicago Show $500.00. ,
government, was led into the error at Now that the New York automo- No.5
TAMPA FLORIDAI one time of emphasizing in every pos- bile show has closed, the next thingon 10 acres on lake front in Chu- A Sflig comedy
sible way, by letters and representations the motor calendar to look for- luota, fine for vegetables and .1 1
of all sorts, that the conditionof ward to is the Chicago show.State luota, fine for fruit and veget-

the country as to tranquility was -- ables, $600.00No. SOME SHOW i
want every man and womanin so bad that the whole of the islandswas Tour .
Orlando to see Colonial Hills still in a state of war. Every An automobile tour from Jackson- The nicest 3-acre young grovein i

and Colonial Park.It small ladrone fight every discomfiture ville to Tampa or vice versa would Florida, located on the new
which the constabulary suffered, create a great deal of interest. If a brick street Central avenue.
makes no difference whether was exaggerated and made the basis suitable prize were made for the winner 6-room bungalow with all mod- 1
you are interested in buying for inference that the conditions in making the distance in the least ern improvements; garage, hen HEAR

lots or not, all you have to do to the country were retrograding rather time several from Orlando would par- house, etc.
This place is a dandy, and will
than improving. Such incidentswere ticipate. "
see these beautiful subdivisionsis seized upon and made as muchof pay big interest on the invest- "

to write, phone or call at Carl as headlines and general state- NEWEST IN SCIENCEA ment at $5,000.00.No. THAT" T ORCUfS1RA. :
Dann's office.I ments could make them.'" 7
For the United States to withdraw patent has been granted for stick' 1 lot, 86x210 on Lake Lucerne,
want every person in Orlando -.. from the islands now would be a betrayal candy in which a core of peanut but- 30 young fruit treeh, beautiful
to see what can be accom- shade. This is a beauty and a
of the young Filipinos in whom ter is covered with the usual mate-
plished in thirty days. Colonial the American government has aroused bargain.

Hills are really hills. There are I high hopes, he asserted without cor- rial.For painting or oiling floors a New These are my own, you pay no

five homes under construction, responding advantage to any one. York man has invented a fountain no commission. I can give reas-
and several more under contractto The proposed bill, he said is log- brush, partially supported by small onable terms if desired. 5c lOc
ically the next and proper step in the wheels.To Call and talk it over. .
be built. Colonial Hills has I
L. H. .
experiment of allowing the Filipinos enable a person to get into a SPENCER
water, gas and lights. We are 733 West Central Ave.
gradually to secure a larger and sleeping car upper berth there has
1
building sidewalks, and grad- larger measure of self government.He been patented a ladder that folds 1-12-6t
.
ing streets. said the American people are compactly.Paris .
densely ignorant on the Filipino : has a theater with a revers-
Lots in Colonial Hills sell from Dr BuckmasterOSTEOPATH
problem. If they were well informed"it ible floor, one side being intended for
$350.00 to $650.00. Lots in Co- would require great effrontery to dancing and the other for carryingthe THE OLD RELIABLE 1 1DANN'S
lonial Park sell from $175.00 to divert them from its proper settle- seats.

$350, terms to suit everybody. ment by paltry lies and shameful mis- Of German invention for extremely
Graduate of Kirksville TRANSFER!
representation. near-sighted persons are spectaclesin .
---- The war should not affect our pol which short telescopes serve as
icy. lenses. 132 s. Oraue Avenue Dr. B. D. WIENENGA, Prop.

"It is not too strong a statementto Borax, slightly moistened and left 1
C CARL A DANN say that were very nation on on the fabric for several hours, will ABOVE PEOPLES BANK FHONE 518
earth, including our own, at war, remove chocolate stains from white I Livery, Draying and HaulingWE
there is nothing in this bill which dresses and table linen.

would make its consideration inappro- Capable of high speed is a new ,
priate on that account. sled mounted on a single runner and SOMETHING NICEi -
GOOD SERVICE
"If the knew the GUARANTEE 1
people really pro- with an auxiliary runner at one side
visions of this bill, they would discard to support it when stationary, but
BROOM SALE with scorn those newspapers which is lifted for coasting.A Two Beautiful Buil ing Lois

which term it the 'Philippine Inde- novel bumper to stop railroadcars On South Oranf e Avenue, AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
pendence Bill,' and dismiss further is made of a series of curved ele- near Lake Lucerne, splendid ,
consideration of it by the statement vations, over which the wheels .
passto
ALL THIS WEEK view of the lake
that it is premature to give independence reduce their speed, the last one be- only Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
to the Philippines." 2 1-2 blocks from business
ing high enough to halt them.
center nice big shade trees HORSES FOR SALE ,
Some of the finest made
PATRONIZE YOUR OWN LAND ARRIVALS AT ARCADE HOTEL shrubbery &c., adjourning
BROOMS ever offered for sale in lotto one of the best res 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida

Orlando. Corn is going to be very high next Mrs. Getrrude K. Butler, Utica N. dences in city.-For sale by
year. Hay will.be high hogs will be Y.; Mrs. Jessie E. Sweet, Clinton,
high and cattle will be high. Cotton N. Y.; Mr. Warren Howe and wife, WALTER W. ROSE

Free Broom Holder will not be high next year. Pollard, N. Y.; J. M. Robinson Love- REAL ESTATE ---- .

I If you are determined to raise cotton land, Fla.; T. Suckey and wife, Val- Rooms 13 3 Watkins Block

I then you had better raise enough dosta, Ga.; W. Boulton and wife, Chi- Phone 55 WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPER
Every purchaser of a Broom I hogs, corn and hay to feed yourself cago, 111.; J. L. Moore and D. Edel-
during this sale will be given a I and your stock. son, Tampa; Claud Godfrey, Chicago; Ever hear this before? Let the Delicatessen Man du it.
broom holder. I If you! are financially able to get C. D. Kirk and wife, Jacksonville Something new Something New !
I CARRlAGf Try it. Ask About it.
along without growing any cotton, Fla.; H. C. Schuster, Chicago; Chas. GORDON S Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
i there never was a better time than Conrad and H. T. Brigham, Winder- three or more t
: now to begin an investment in live mere. I -AND- i Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
stock and in that farming which will COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES

CARUTHERS- & GORE most nearly sustain you with things Luther Allred of Pickens county BAGGAGE TRANSrm ,r POTATO SALAD I

grown on the farm. Georgia, is officially reported to have I J. R. TRLSHER J. E. NICHOLSON'S
Patronize your own instead of the made 227 bushels of corn from an Ii'', I
i'i L T. HARREll Prop. Phone 26 Bakery
,
NevI Modern Groceru farm in Iowa and Illinois. Cultivate acre of land this year. This is a record 4
your own soil instead of paying some- breaker for the state of Georgia.The Piano and Furniture I
I body whom you do not know to culti- farmers of the Middle West corn Moving a Specialty ,
Phone 200i vate the soil which you have never belt will have to go some to beat this
i seen.-:Memphis Appeal. Georgia cracker. 8 E. Church St. PHONE 487 : I

16' and 8 East Pine S t LOSERS AND FINDERSA .-.i-I' mil .-It.. I . . . . I . t U I I I I I I I I ; I I I i I I I I H Am Leaving Florida
i i And illSpecially Price my two Properties in Winter ParkA

lawyer having offices in a large Opera Souse:: S

PHONE 646 office building recently lost a cuff good 6-room house, 7 acres of tend and a fine Grove of 800
link, one of a pair that he greatly SATURDAY JAN. 16th : full bearing Orange Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two
AUTO FOR HIRE blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addi.
prized. Being absolutely certain that
tion to making a home this property will make a yearly return on
FIRST CLASS REPAIRING he had dropped the link somewhere in MATINEE AND NIGHT the investment of from 10 to 25 per cent, according to crop and
BARNARD & SON the building, he posted this notice: market conditions, price $8,500.00; also
117 "Lost: A gold cuff link. The owner MARGARET MAYO'S MASTERPIECE My Residence Property in Winter Park 12-room, New Modern
Hughey Street Orlando Fla.
William Ward will deeply dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front, 20 acres of
12-10-lm I I appre- 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigated
I of the CircusWITH land highly improved
ciate its return"That Polly
; garden. Property is close in, well located, close to the for
i afternoon on passing the Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough
|Dr. S. S. Jones j i door whereon this notice was posted. the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16-
what were the feelings of the lawyerto 500, and will give possession in 30 days.
flT Massive Production : for date and I will send
I See owner only. Write or phone me a
I CHIROPRACTOR !I, these observe tines:that appended thereto wereI ELSIE 01. L LEON 1 A Real Circus on the Stage \ my car to any place in Orange County to show you these properties.

118 graduate Yowell-Duckworth Davenport College building, ;17 phone and .'' "The finder of the mising cuff link Prices Night, 75c., $1, $1.50. Prices Matinee, 50c., $1. ED. F. KTCTCZ ftL ,

209. Intelligent people everywhere would deem it a great favor if the Children 50c anywhere in the house. Matinee 3 p. m. WINTER PARK, FLORIDA
BOX 35,
Mare being restored to health by chiropractic owner would kindly lose the other Night Performance 8:30 p. m. Sale on at Butts Thurs- and of Florida's Prettiest places.
adjustments the new scienceof Orange County's College City one
removing the cause of disease. Examination link." Pittsburg Chronicle-Tele-I day 9, a. m. t
free. l2:21.lmo: i graph. II ilt II 1111 I rill. 111111111'r.eMMDCIOtO* 11111111 U H

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THE DAILY SENSELESS CUSTOM SIDELIGHTSBy

South Florida SentinelMORNING "Instead of having a drink, have a 1 Here is a Bargain and

think." This is advice given to men ( W. S. Branch)

AND WEEKLYW. who seem to regard the brass-railed Should be
M. GLENN __.. .... ..........._Editor Snappedup ,
W. C. ESSINGTON .BOMBCM. Mnarr mahogany-topped saloon counter as A Hollow Mockery
-- --- - -- --
Entered at for poetoffice at Orlando. Florida an indispensable aid to talking busi- Praying for peace as has recently by Specula
second Clue Mail MatUr. ness--advice given not by a temperance -
a* been done by the Church of England

SUBSCRIPTION RATES society or a prohibition crank, is right and commendable. But pray- tors.Fortyfive '

Oailj. 1 Year ........... ............. $5.00 but by the Cleveland Crane and Engi- ing for the success of the I "MADE IN AMERlCA'\
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2.60 English
neering of Wickliffe
nUy. 3 Months ...................... 1.25 company, Ohio. army or the German army or assur- .
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .69( This company issues a monthly mag- ing the soldiers of of the armies I

Weekly. 1 Year .. ......:.:..::.......... *1-00 azine. Its August number deals ex- that "God is with us any," or "We shall acres in the Lake

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN clusively with the "trial of the corkscrew" "
with God's
conquer help, seems to Conway District where like S.8..LE
ADVANCETO
as it affects the workingman, I
this writer to be hollow mockery and ( l
and is called the "Curse" number. The basis is selling from Sioo I
ADVERTISERS: sacrilege. only for availing property I
An artcile under the (
caption, "What'llIt
to Jehovah is
Cap f.r display and all ether hand-sct prayer Christianity and $125 acre This tract
Be, Gentlemen! points out most Ito I per
dTcrtidnr must be handta in at the buuneu the whole fabric of Christianity, no
office .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. .. truly that the conventional "Come The
I is surrounded fine Biggest Sacrifice and Loss
the day before publication. This role applies matter what it's particular sect may by young
te chanees for contract adrtrUunc: it is and have a drink" invitation is "aboutas be is clustered
around the
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. 1 silly as if it were the custom to sacrifice and service for others thought, and of I groves. Is heavily timbered takes place on WEDNESDAY?

Subscribers> desiring The Sentinel discontinued smoke a little dope or inhale laughinggas therefore antipodal to war and whole- I and is very rich soil. Owner
should notify the office in writing on or temporarily lose your head I
the date of expiration otherwise it will be sale murder. .
continued at the remilar subscription rates any way you want, before talking 0California 1 is a non-resident and has in-
until notice to stop is received. i I
Telephone Numb ...................... 24 business. Rule structed us to sell this On That Daywe
Happily the number of businessmen
Here is the California rule for fig- prop-I
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1915. who cut out the drink are increasing erty at only sixty !
-- -- daily. The industrial and uring out the hores power of an auto- will put on sale:
mobile: "Add the bore and the strokein acre.
Did your hat blow off yesterday? commercial world has learned that I i
inches. Multiply this the
sum by
o booze and business don't mix. 50 COAT-SUITS .
I Io bore in inches. Multiply this productby I
Some Orlando girls find it much I

easier to pick quarrels than husbands.At COMMERCE the number of cylinders. Multiplythis
o last product by the decimal 221. Cooper & Atha POSITIVELY ALL TIllS SEASON'S
Florida commerce is increasing and The result will be the horse power of
this stage of the game economy improving. The imports at five ports I PRODUCTIONSIt
the machine. Of course if you are 114 South Orange Ave. Groond Floor .
could win a popularity contest hands
Pensacola, Tampa, Jacksonville, Key
such a lunkhead that you do not know
down. West and :Miami, for November to- what the terms "bore" and "stroke Phone No. 311OSTEOPATHY I I

o taled $536;63; and the exports for will have is the stores
mean, you to ask John Cookor aggressive policy of
Now for a new United States
gov- the month for the
same same ports, I. W.
Phillips or L. B. Fort of not
or carrying over from one season
ernment building to house the post- including Fernandina and St. An-
i some other automobile highbrow. to
office. another-goods intended
for that
drews, amounted to $1,260,799. Chile! I!

o Cuba, West Africa, Brazil, Mexico, j' season's selling-hence this enor-
DR. J. C. HOWELL
; There are plenty of new leaves to and Nicaragua led in the importation, I' Pretty soon we may expect a few Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon mous reduction. I

t be turned over yet, don't forget that and the exportation went to Cuba, calls from book agents who will be Kirksville Graduate

t Mr. Orlandoite. Denmark, England, Italy Spain I I. selling German, French, English Belgian Consultation Free
I Russian, Servian and Austrian Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan
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France, Panama, Argentine and Bra- I
1 After people get tired of hearing a zil. I Io i histories of the European war, witha Office Hotel Phone 716; Residence 1018 Smart man tailored, extremely fashion-!
few Turkish trophies thrown in. able Suits, and made in materials
man talk, they would rather be wrong Orlando, Fla. of

than his advice. I _.
accept I - --------
A. C. L.- Broadcloths, Fancy Serges, Worsted Diag-

o We haven't heard very much about.Ii I- onals, Coating Serges, French and Es-.
tr- Air castles are built, but they soon I i i
tHe annulment of trains on the A. C.
tamene Serges Vicunas Fancy Twwds
totter and fall unless the financial ,
L. lately. When is the company going
backing is forthcoming. etc., all silk lined.
to put the two local trains backon .

o the schedule? If the two trains The regular price of these splendid
Some
people send mounted cuts to
t ever return to the tracks now the
be printed which are about as much Suits were from $15.00 to $25.00, \
time to do the trick. An official of
like the originals as night and day. the road is authority for the follow- ON WEDNESDAY,
t o LAKE EOLA
ing paragraph discovered yesterdayin Your choice for
Better be a booster than a knocker;
a Tampa newspaper: 1
but, whatever do boosting
are
I" you your
"Jack Kirkland. of the Coast Line, -
and knocking intelligently and finds the tourists are coming to the '-l.. .. --

.;, fairly. state in droves. All indications are
for the biggest tourist
crop ever $4:98
o gathered in Florida." Here is an unusual offering, one that I can unhesi-
Bowling is said to be the most pop o

ular sport, as when the pins go downit BLEASE- ,tatingly recommend as a GREAT BARGAIN. The lot is I

is your skill, and when they don't

it is all luck anyway. does Governor Blease of" South Carolina 90x200 and the house contains seven rooms and bath. Positively none sold before at this price.
as he "bleases. He turns out

o the convicts and then he turns Servants Come early. I
There are men who boast of their right room on premises. Orange and grapefruit and
around and bounces the militia. In
success in being able to avoid work "bleaaing" himself he is dis-bleasing peach trees, shruberry and flowers and ornamental
but sculptors are not kept busy carving -
a whole lot of people. If the nation
monuments ot their kind. plants. Owner will sell furnished or unfurnished. The '
had many states presided over by a I Men's '
o
Every one is urged to plant food governor like Blease anarchy would location is No. 215 E. Robinson avenue, on north shore of Furnishing Department1
reign and terror would spread its
crops this spring. Many householders
would do it if the back yard couldbe fangs into every municipality. But Lake Eola, and overlooking Eola Park. Listed exclusively HAS THE BIGGEST TILE PROPOSITION ,
Blease will soon be out of office so I YET
well shaded with
awnings. why worry? with me. The price will astonish you, it too low, f:


Many people are o unable to save WINK o but owneris determined to sell. Cash or terms. Hard and Soft Felt flats
;
money in winter because there arefuel I
The wink is a convulsive action of II
bills to pay, and they can't save
the eye caused by the eyeball revolving All this season's styles-
any in summer because no fuel i is.. I
needed then. I rapidly several times and stop- Regular values from $1.50 to $3.00
ping on dead center. Some people

o- employ the wink as a substitute fore
I
The tendency of the rainfall to de
e an introduction and are required to
,
crease does not cause one-tenth th S.Y.WAYInsurance g08
$10 and costs. If this treatment
pay
anxiety excited by the failure to re C I
were more general there would be
ceive the "wet goods" ordered from
fewer mashers in vests infest-
Jacktown, on time. green
o ing the street corners. and Real Estate Agent

o 1
"Oh, it's easy enough to be pleasantIf

nothing rouses the ire, FAIR WEEK- I PHONE 172
But the man worth whileIs Some folks' never care for any vacation GROCERY DEPARTMENT

the man who can smile or recreation other than the I I

On finding he has a flat tire. good time assured them at the annual .

o Subtropical Midwinter Fair. There New Arrivals

In connection with the president'splacing is no better opportunity for a change

his hat in the ring it is necessary from the usual routine of the homes Omega Flour

to bear in mind that his hat wa than the fair next month. It means

a silk tile and would not stand being i recreation, and meeting your friends Pop Corn i
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slammed down and jumped. .-Indianapolis and having a good time.

Star. Cod Fish

o -

The Russians are reported to have HalibutSeed

captured the composer of "The :Merry
Widow." "In the name of culture" Potatoes

says the editor of the Cincinnati The January Birthstone

Times-Star, "send him over here and

let him write operas during the rest

of the war."

0 IS THE EARTH STIMULATORS

In parts of the West where trees

are scarce, sage brush is used for RICH RUDDY GARNET Get ready to fertilize that grove and
fuel. In Nevada the large main stems
garden of yours. We are the representatives -
are trimmed by Indians at $3 a cord t

and delivered to the user at about Garnet Rings---Garnet Scarf Pins---Ganiet for
"MAPES"Virginia
$6.50. Sage brush burns brightly and

is rather dirty, but produces good Brooches---Garnet La Vallieres.Make Carolina Fertilizing Co.

heat.
Let us quote you prices.
o your selection for the JANUARY BIRTHDAY from

A spirit of optimism according to Our Choice Assortment of ,

a noted osteopath, can be created

through a gentle twist of the neck.It .
GARNET JEWELRYEVANS
would be quite easy to furnish a

distinguished list of professional

croakers needing such treatmentnor DICKSON IVES CO.

would the country care much how

hard the necks were twisted!
T. H.
o

Chicago's mayor declared that he .DEPARTMENT STORE.
must have his wife's permission before

he would run again. That is a .. .

good deal like the pastor with sev- JEWELER
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NEWS, : Sterling. "The Battle," a juvenile Won't Leak i
comedy drama in two parts featur-
ing Little Billy Jacobs. o0R at the ked loft. If itscurwdlika -
All the while it IS :
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.. news news. Universal "The New Cook." the Parkel'-the Pen wont teak: 1
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Parker Lock Curve Feed Tube
Eclair. "Contran. a Kidnapper." U trmtktt lU*ill* *..*./.causing- Cap
Get your laughing machine in or- lary AttractionThis drawsink out
"THE der and visit the Favorite today and of feed tube as ia picture the injUnt 1
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have a good laugh.At Parkers won't leak.
Ordinary fountain pen*hare ltra1 ht'j j
Two-part Majestic. The famous Gish Sisters in a splendidly :: some points in the state the feed when tubes pen Is in point which up.ink Air stays inside eats of -
ren.ezpaadingfroin heat or ,
roar body
acted and produced heart-appealing drama. :: products of the grove and farm are a force this ink oat onto end of pen. ,
:: bought and paid for in cash at the ll Fens Standard$1.50 to style$250X0 Parker according Lucky to Carte sue' '
"' station. Why not in others'? Get and ornamentation.
together and know why and how. New Parker Jack Knife Safety Pen j
:: "SHOT GUNS THAT KICK cannot leak if it tries. You can even
carry it. rY._.. prices $aso mp. '


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I tiful home on the bay. The occasionwas please. We protect
given in honor of Mr. J. P. Shad- Drums for shipping and storage dealer. ,

( dick, who gave a beautiful recital tanks kept on hand. Get a leakiest Parker Pen Into-
Uttrty poctct before.touigbt. '
during the evening. Mrs. W. H. Fer- --- I n I n'U
ris played his accompaniments in her Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit
-Edited By Miss Eliza Wright all Give make of when {
usual artistic and skillful manner and cars. car you

Office telephone No. Ij9. Residence telephone No. 2$4 also gave accompanied a violin number.Mrs. Macauley Mr. Shaddickis who order. U .A.llsn & Oo, U J JIb

WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR I' Miss Branham will be hostess for the well known in Tampa, where he
GULF REFINING JEWELERS
Jan. 13th-16th. club next week.Delightful. has sung on several occasions this COil,, ;

Dancing Party winter. He has a magnificent voice -
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P. G. WALTON tOIi. !
Agent Aim ::
Wednesday The Centa Medio Dancing Club was and has had the best of training. Mr.
10 A. M.-Equal Suffrage League, entertained informally last eveningby Shaddick will return to Orlando to- Office Phone 450.
Unity Chapel. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. McElroy at morrow. Residence Phone 269. .'.IIIII.IIIID.I..IIII..III.III..IIIIII.I.'
3 P. Wednesday Card Club; I .
Mrs. E. F. Sperry, hostess. their home on Lucerne Circle. The A dainty buffet supper was served !
Poinsettia Club; Mrs. Walton, hos- attractive living room was cleared for last evening and the rooms were dec- v-
tess.Twentieth the dancers, who danced hesitationand I I orated in carnations and ferns.0 .
Century Club; Mrs. Kol- fox trot and other new dances - VENEER CORES t I
lock, hostess.
Unity Circle; Recent Poetry, Miss with much enjoyment. Dainty refreshments Suffrage League MeetingThe I
Eleanor Gordon. were served.McCawCovert. Orlando Suffrage League will $1.25 If your neighbor's house need Ji

Mrs. Forrest Dabney Carr "at hold its regular meeting this morn- painting, do him a real kindness by
home," in honor of Mrs. R. L. Harris. Per Strand Up
Informal afternoon party; Miss Miss Grace McCaw, of Geneva, N. ing at 10 o'clock in Unity Chapel. telling him about Sun Proof Paint
:Margaret Robertson hostess. Y., who has been the house guest of Ii I There are several very important FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND and the Orlando Paint & Wall Paper 1
Thursday her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. matters of business to be discussed, OAK WOOD "
3:30 P. M.-U. D. C. meeting; Mrs.B. Lewis Conley, for several weeks, was one which Miss Safford, the state Company, 205 South Orange avenue. :
Orlando Wood YardB.
G. Abernethy, hostess.
united in marriage to Mr. Seward president, will present. There will bea } :
"Here and There" Needle Club
Mrs. Geo. L. Shinn, hostess. ; Ten Eyck Covert on Tuesday morningat paper on Florida laws concerning W. Kingsley, Proprietor
8:30 P. Gentlemen's evening, eleven o'clock, at the Presbyterian children by Mrs. Schnarr. A full at- PINE STREET AND R. R.
Rosalind Club. church, the Rev. Dr. John W. Stagg tendance is desired, all interested as 9-30 Telephone 344 1

Friday officiating. Only a few friends were ,
well as members being urged to
Luncheon; Mrs. R. L. Harris, honoree ilHIIIOMMIiillilCMMIIittlMHtllllMIMil'liMMFRANK
; Mrs. Edna Fuller, hostess. present. After the ceremony the come. ,
Nullos Card Club. bridal party motored to Winter Park I -- '*

Saturday and enjoyed luncheon at the New I FROM EMPIRE STATE 1
6 P. M. to 8 P. M.-Turkey supper, Seminole hotel. The honeymoon will

old dies.postoffice building; Methodist la- :be spent in Havana, Cuba, followedby Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ricker, of Buf- A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL

a short visit in Orlando on their falo, arrived in Orlando yesterday afternoon -
Sorosis Club MeetingThe return trip. Mr. and Mrs. Covert will on the Tampa Special and

Sorosis Club had a most inter- leave for their future home in Washington contemplate remaining in this section Established 1886 )

esting meeting yesterday afternoon. D. C. Mr. Covert holds a the remainder of the season. Theyare

At the business meeting it was decided responsible position in the govern- pleasantly domiciled on West
that those who were not on the ment printing office in the Capital Church street.

program would occupy the time knit- City. CURTIS & O'NEAL

ting mufflers and other aricles for i Another Club TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR
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the needy in the war stricken zone. |I Another club has been organized to

Mrs. Warlow gave a book review, j+I swell the long list in Orlando club- SALE-24 acres good citrus INSURANCE LOANS i
postponed from last week, "You Never -s dom. "Here and There Needlework land, 4 miles from court house, facing -
Know Your Luck," by Gilbert i I Club." The members are twenty ladies one-fourth mile on proposed brick 4
road. $500 take it in next 30 days.P. .
Parker, which was enjoyed by all, being 1 i. in the North Orlando neighborhood O. Box 486. l-13-6t REAL ESTATE RENTALS I
told in such an entertaining man ; who will bring their sewing and

ner. Current events were discussedby I.enjoy the afternoons sociably with FOR RENT-To single adult, very 4
Mrs. Ives and Mrs. Rush, the for- each other once a week. Mrs. George desirable furnished room, with all
mer's topic being Pagore's Model I.I Shinn, on Amelia avenue, is to be the conveniences. in choice neighborhood. ; 1
Apply 408 East Pine street.
School in Balpur, India, which was 1 I first hostess on Thursday afternoon. 1-13-61
instructive. The latter Baptist Church AnnouncementThe !
very explained
I I FOB RENT Bimalo Roons Furnished South Main
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the origin of the Mason and Dixon Baptist congregation will hold LOST-Silver mesh bag with name --- ,
Line, of which so many have a false I services in the Grand theatre on Pine engraved on inside and monogram Street.

impression, and gave some interacting -I I street hereafter, in place of in the on and outside money., containing Reward valuable for return papers of 1

recollections.With Lucerne as heretofore. Dr. Poulson same. Mrs. S. W. Straley, 732 North J
Miss Miller will be glad to meet all Baptists and Orange avenue. 1-13-tfc Seven Room House, South Orlando. j

The Bachelor Girls Card Club met visitors at the Grand on next Sunday
FOR SALE-Story & Clark upright
and evening.
with morning
Miss Vida
Miller on Tuesday grand piano won by Miss Myrtle Two New Five Room Houses South West Orlando.illllllMIMMMt jI j
afternoon, at the Wyoming hotel. Delightful Musical Evening Weeks in the recent contest will be ,
Miss Elizabeth Branham made the 1 Tampa, Fla., Jan. 12.-Mr. and Mrs. sold for benefit of Baptist church t
W. Green entertained several of building fund. Piano may be seen
highest score during the games, at | C.
the home of Mr.
at and Mrs. M. E.
the close of which marshmallow whip, 1 their musical friends with a delightful Weeks, Washington street. i
hot chocolate, and cake served. evening yesterday, at their beau- 1-13-tfc
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. FOR RENT-Small flat modern con-
veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A. .J.--.mber. La"tl1. slid Sliintrles
SENTINEL Knox. 11-3-tf

NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
to adults only. 409 Delaney street. Y
WANTSThe 10-25-tf l"t.

TO RENT-Two pleasant rooms for
light housekeeping for adults. 510 FtORLANDO
West Central.
Morning Sentinel Want
Directory is the Greatest Want
Ad Medium in Orlando. WANTED'

e Terms Cash in Adrance. WANTED-Position as experienced
chauffeur in or out of city. No
RATES bad habits. Address "Chauffeur"
For One Day -_____________25t care of G. E. Powell Church street.
For Three Days ____________50c l-12-3t Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Six Days _______________75c I I
ARE YOU ONE OF THEM ? For One Month ----________$%.50 WANTED TO RENT-Two or three
This rate applies on all ads of room furnished or unfurnished cot-
25 words or less. If the ad con- tage, in suburbs with fruit and some .
There are many people who tains more than 25 words the rate ground for garden; must be in good IIIIIIIIIMIMMIII .illMiniMMMMMIMMMMSMMMMMMMMMMtniMM*
have been in Orlando long will be one cent per word for neighborhood and reasonable. Mrs.J. .
enough to have decided to each additional wordKfor each in- S. McRaven 202 East Robinson
sertion.If .
you can't bring your ad to WANTED-Salesman and collector
BUY A HOMEWe the office telephone No. 24. Ac- with team or auto, auto preferable. SUB-TROPICAL EXPOSITION
counts opened by telephone will be Answer quick at 43 East Pine street.
have listed on our books a payable the following day. 1-10-3tc
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Every Business- MID-WINTER
Home-Every
WANTED Good
housekeeper, betWeen -
fewGENUINE Every Man has use for a
40 and 50 of
years age
Sentinel Want Ad.
BARGAINSthat without children Easy work and
household conveniences. Telephoneto
we would be pleased to D. B. Stewart Apopka Fla., or
FOR SALE write Box 163 Apopka Fla. No consumptive OEL..A DO. FL.A.
have you see. The prices I need apply.; 1-10-tIc .
range in value from $1700.00 ..! SALE-Barber chair. Inquireat
to $9500.00, and every one of 107 West Central avenue. GIRL WANTED-For general house-
I gation.them will bear closest investi- 1-12-lt* 1-7-6 work. Apply 19 East Pine street. REB. 9-13, 1915

1912 ABBOTT TOURING CAR-Fine
Call in and let us take you condition for sale cheap; or will Ar-"TED-\1iddle aged woman for i
out, and show you what we exchange for real estate. C. D. Kirk house work. Apply Box H., care EDUCATIONALEmbracingAgriculture
have. General Delivery, city. l-12-6f Sentinel. 1-5-tf

AUTO! AUTO-Five! passenger au- Horticulture Floriculture
tomobile for $99.99 cash. Call at FOUND-Emergency crank for self- Domestic
ORlANDO BUILDING & lAND[ COII house back of M. P. starting automobile. Owner can
Wallam Winter public Park library.Fla. l-10-3t* have same by identifying propertyand Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry,

North Orange Avenue FOR SALE-A very attractive mod- office.paying for this ad. Call at 1-10-tf this and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports k

PHONE 608 ern home, on large lot, with private AreoplansLectures and Entertainments of all kindsFor
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL lake front; beautiful view of three BUYERS AND SELLERSI
large lakes; also adjoining lot a beau- K
FRED B. DALEC. tiful building site set with young buy sell rent and exchange real
H. BRYANT trees; private lake front. See the estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla.,
owner at 98 Lakeview avenue. over 30 years. Have handled over Information or premium list, address
DAYIS A GILES. Counsel l-9-6t 20000000. Call and
F. A. PEPPERCORN. Contractor"DIXIE 10-6-3m F. A.see LEWTER.me. WM. R. O'NEAL, Sec'y H. H. DICKSON, Pres1
FOR RENT
-Large, pleasant fur-
nished rooms; in good location; TEN ACRES overlooking Orlando;
f with private family; close in. 302 all cleared; fine land; good home
North Orange avenue. l-9-6t site. $2,000. H. C. McDaniel. Phone .111111111111111111 IM9MIMIMIiHllltlillllltlH

708. .
LIMITED"Between FOR SALE-At half price. 50 sewer -
pipe 12 inch; 130 sewer pipe, 8 Now is the time to buy your seed ..
inch; 270 drain tile, 6 inch; 1 sulky Irish potatoes. Wilson & Toomer
plow; 1 riding cultivator. ArborVilla have the Improved Rose No. 4 and -
Colonial Drive and East City Bliss Triumph grown specially for A
Limits. l-8-6t them and inspected by U. S. govern
J dcaonrille, Chicago and St. LouisRaestablished ment. See II. C. }McDaniel agent
FOR SALE-At a bargain five room Phone 708. 1812t'd $ e.r :
January 6, 1915 house, two lots, small stable an 3l j ymr"'Pl .
-""" chicken house grapefruit and
Northbound ---Southbound ; orange NICHOLAS & :NICHOLAS
Daily trees on place. Inquire at 722 Center A
9:35 am Lv. Jacksonv'e Ar. 7:30pm street. 1-8-lwk
MANUFACTURE all classes of hair
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am
goods; prices reasonable and work
8:03 pm Ar. Atlanta Lv. 8:35 am FOR SALE-To those only who have first class. Cali and see us at 303 '
12:18 am Ar. Cbatlan'ga Lv. 4:37 am cash capital to invest in winter Garland street. 1-6-lmo
4.50 am Ar. Nashville Lv.12.10 am homes; also big acreage in groves and
9:23 am Ar. Evansville Lv. 7:30pmLv. trucking lands. Address Box 814, SNOWOENI
6:35 pm Ar. Chicago .11:30 am Orlando. 1-8-lmoc WE HAVE NOW READY FOR DE. ANDOrlando's
2:59: pm A.St. Louis- -Lv.2:15 pm LIVERY Irish Potatoes, warrantedfree
'FOR SALE 30 from scab or other diseases.
acres land 20 fenced,
Solid Train CompartmentObservation 10 cleared ready for setting trees; I Drop me a card or phone 708 and let
cars, Standard Pullman cars and close to depot, 3 miles from Orlando. us talk over your requirements. I and
coaches between Jacksonville and Cheap if sold in 30 days. Lock Box will make it to our mutual advan Largest Cheapest
Chicago. Standard Pullman sleepers I No.4, l-3-lmo tage. H. C. McDaniel.
Jacksonville to St. Louis.DINING .
NOTI ,.-I have Accepted agency for HOUSE
Wilson &: Toomer's fertilizers in FURNITURE i
CARS I FOR SALE-One seven passenger., Orange county and will appreciatethe
six cylinder automobile 1 year old, patronage of their old customers
first class condition. Don't answer and hope to make new friends for this i
Atlantic Coast]! Line care unless of interested.Sentinel. Address Bargain 11-14-tf firm. Their for Ideal brands are too wellknown Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
any comment at my hands.
Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. My experience as a grower of both
fruit and vegetables warrants we in
FOR RENT saying as their agent, I can be of
G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., real service to those who have grove
FOR RENT-Furnished, large pleasant trouble. I am prepared to give to
Tampa Florida.
room; bath hot and cold water; my patrons not only my own expert
electric lights; private family; close ence but that of the firm which cov
i in. Phone 520. 312 North Main. ers every detail of the citrus and ve-- c
Real Estate Bought l-12-6t citrus Phone 708.EIGHTEEN industry.. H. C. McDaniel. I

A NEW SIX ROOM HOUSE for sale,
and Sold. with fireplace bath room and city AND A HALF ACRESof
water. Inquire of C. W. Rowe Edge- land on Lake Gatlin; sixteen in

--- wood street. Concord Park. l-10-6t overlooks five year old four oranges lakes; and in perfect grapefruit con-; B Begill tile Ne w leaf r lit

City Building Lots. $100; $1.00 cash I FOR RENT-Furnished or unfur dition. Price $12,000. Nothing better -
and $1.00 per week buys a Lot nished rooms for light housekeep in Florida, unless it is the prop-
ing. Apply to 601 East Central avenue erty below described.
RENTS COLLECTED. or phone 591. l-10-6tc
t TWENTY ACRES in good neighbor-
Notary Work Promptly and Neatly
Don FOR RENT-New five room bunga hood; fine land; 10 acres in bearing .
low; screened throughout; bath; trees; good lake protection; good
open air sleeping apartment; hot and crop on trees Price $10,000 with Cook and Heat
cold water; electric lights; best residence fruit; or owner will keep fruit de-
f N.P. HATCHER section; six blocks from busi ducting $2,000 for same. Offered only .
I ness center. Call Western Union of for reasons beyond owners control.
fice. l-10-6tc See H. C. McDaniel for particulars
ORLANDO FLORIDA
Phone 70S.LAKE.

P l Office at Pinehurst Park FOR RENT-A suite of rooms for - ----- -- - WITH
P. O. Box 281 light housekeeping, with bath hot
and cold water; a pleasant neighborhood
[
PHONE 405 10-8-lm ; close in; near Eola park. Call 1
E t 307 East Pine. 1-7-6

FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for SITE !
i
i light housekeeping on first second I Ii
and third floors; no objection to chit i
ORLANDOCO dren over 12 or under 1 year. 300 I GAS
East Concord. Phone 380. 1-2-tfc
Four miles from Orlando, one ,

,. SEVEN ROOM, new stucco cottage mile from Post Office, Schoolsand
one block from Eola
park; commands Churches and
I fine view of city. Price $5,500.II. Packing
26 WEST PINE STREET C. )McDaniel phone 708. House. On good road just one l.

PHONE 122 mile from Orlando Sandford
FOR RENT-6 room house with all ,

-- I $150 modern season improvements 3 months. One; furnished cottage; Surrounded road. by fine Groves Virginia '

Best Plumbing at Lowest for Room light and housekeeping board for couple$30 a of month.tourists Pine Timber. Excellent; Tiloll n You'll SilFely IY e H .iiiy Y

Prices & Atha., $12 per week. Inquire Cooper Citrus Land with water protection
: 12-13-lm
and beautiful lake frontage
\\'c are not in the combine.' --
FOR RENT Rooms .
with or without
SLAUTEIt'S latest inventions used board; also rooms for light house Sixty Acres at
on all firstclassPlumbing keeping; several apartments from 1
to 4 rooms each at very reasonable
Construction: prices. Inquire of F. L. Anderson $20 Per AcreThink
112 West Church street. Phone 459.


NEIL McDUFFEE FOR 12-6-tf RENT-Large, attractive room. [ORLANDO WATER]; & LIGHT, CO. ::1

Inquire No. 8 West Washington St .
11-8-tfc: of it and see

Contractor and Builder FOR RENT i>even room house; water GAS DEPARTMENT ,I

SpecialtyOrlando gas, electric lights, bath etc.; ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. !
Bungalows a
barn stable chicken house; lot 100 by !
\r .de! BH! !i!f. *V> feet. Apply at 735 North Oranfro I
avenue. 10-31-tf Watkins Block' PHCfjr SC 4





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About two years ago I thought I had sold but 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 1

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 con-

stantly 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. EVERY-

THING 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.



TABLE LINEN- SOISETTES25c. WOOL BLANKETS-

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

$1.50 kind for __________________________$1.15 LADIES HANDKERCHIEFS35c. COTTON BLANKETS-

$1.25 kind for ____________________________95c kind for _____________________________25c $2.75 kind for ___ $2 00
$1.00 kind for ____________________________80c 25c. kind for _____________________________20c $2.50 kind for---------------------__-___IIL85
75c kind for _____________________________55c $1.50 kind for -------------------
CURTAIN GOODS25c. _________$1.10
kind for _____________________________45c -----------------
60c. kind for _____________________________19c $125.00 kind for ---------------_,_________g5c
50c. kind for- _____________________________40c
20c. kind for _____________________________15c

SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES- 15c. kind for _____________________________lOc LADIES FLANNELETTE GOWNS 1

10 and 12/ c. kind for _____________________08c $1.00 kind for -----------------------____gOc i
81x99 Sheets, 90c. kind for_________________68c 75c. kind for _______55C
LADIES VESTS50c. ---------------------- i
72x99 Sheets 85c. kind for_______ __________63c 60c. kind for
kind for _____________________________40c -------------------------___45C 1
81x90 Sheets 85c. kind ____________________63c 50c. kind for
35c. kind for _____________________________25c ------------------------____4Qc j
72x90 Sheets, 80c. kind for _________________58c
25c. kind for _____________________________20c MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, Same Reductions. '
63x90 Sheets, 70c. kind for _________________52c j
LADIES CORSETS
MEN'S ECLIPSE
The above are all 1st quality, seamless sheets, stockis $3.00 kind for __________________________$2.00 SHIRTS-
$2.00 kind for _________________________$1.50 $1.50 kind for ----____________________$1.15 1
not large; get them at once, if 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 SHIRTS50c. ,
45x36 Pillow Cases kind for _________17c
221Ac. COAT SUITS AND HATS- kind i for : _____40c j
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42x36 Pillow Cases, 20c kind for ____________15c I 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 UNDERWEAR50c. -
kind for ___________, 40c
refused. ----------- ----
42x3 Pillow Cases, 12 />c. kind for ___________lOc
FRUIT OF THE LOOM MEN'S UNION SUITS-

OUTING FLANNEL 12Vr.c. kind for ___________________________09c
$1.00 kind for _________75c
12c. kind for ___________________________lOc Special Nainsook finish, 12V_c. kind for _____09c -------------------

10c. kind for _____________________________OSc Hope Muslin, lOc. kind for ________________OSc SILK HOSE-
Ginghams, lOc. kind for ___________________OSc $1.00 kind for ----__________-_________________75c

I POI'-d:;: Ginghams, 121c.. kind for _________________lOc 50c. kind for -----------__________________40c

; 35c. kind for _______________________19c Percales, 12 / 7 kind for ___________________lOc 35c. kind for ----_________________________25c:




I Sale will begin Monday morning January llth at 7 o'clockAnd


will continue as long as there is anything leit.



F.. IT .. Eoardr..nart": : 1O6 ORLANDO Orange av




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THE FAILURE OF THE CHURCH' religions of the world. Mr. Lewis'

LEO. 01WIDOW'SNOME ONE GLIMPSE SUFFICIENT accusations were:

The congregation at Unity Chapelon ((1)) "That the church does not be-

SEARCHED Sunday listened to a powerful discourse lieve in a 'Beyond Christianity;' it is ORLANDO ROOFINGAND
View of Orlando From A. C. L.
as much a closed system as was ever
delivered by the Rev. Eleanor
Sufficientto
Window Proved Judaism.

Bring Residents Gordon on the subject: "The Failureof ((2) "In its present organized form SHEET
. RUSSIAN POLICE SEARCH !METAL CO.
the Church. The first
Here pastor pre- the church is a flat contradiction of
AUTHOR'S LATE HOME
i sented a brief resume of an article the spirit and principles of its

FOR DOCUMENTSBut Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Titus were Recently appearing in the "Atlantic Founder." Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
(3)) "The Christian church's despairof ,
among the arrivals in Orlando yesterday Monthly, from the pen of the Rev. 1
None Was Found-St. Petersburg -. for the winter. They were Edward T wis, on this subject, and I the world." and Rubber RoofingsCornices

Had Riots and scheduled for points farther south, then traced the reasons leading up to Despite the gloomy outlook depicted -

Troops Called for ''!but upon reaching their destination the resignation of the celebrated Con- for the church by Mr. Lewis, he Skylights. Healing Ventilating;Metal Ceilings

Protection j i were not satisfied, and having gotten I gregational minister from the Eng- stated emphatically that religion
flourished, and that at time in the
Ma I bird's eye view of the City Beautiful lish branch of that church. no
had there been Works: 14 E. Church St.
past so significantly a ORLANDO
Berlin via Sayville Jan. 11.-It is i i from the car window of the At- The cause, as stated by Mr. Lewis,
stated that I llantic Coast Line as they were pass- was that "he could not reconcile his deepening of the religious currents of
officially the Russian po- j I
'!ing through, decided to come here and desire to be a 'man of God' with his life as today. t
lice in looking for revolutionary doc- 'i I In replying to the indictment of the _
remain
I until April. They are from position as 'comfortably conditionad -
uments, have searched the home ofI I i Fort Wayne, Ind. I official' of 'organized religion.'" I Congregational minister, Rev. Gordon . .Mill . . MMMMMMIiil illlMMM
the aged widow of Leo Tolstoi, the I While the English minister resigned declared: "I care not whether you I

late author, but no incriminating THE BOY PREACHER AT OCOEE I'from the church, he did not resign I claim to be a Christian, but I do care BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTLUCERNE
,with all heart and soul to know if
documents were found.A !from the ministry, and in the future my
ji i Charles R. Turner, the boy preacher i! plans to use his splendid talents in !you are trying to be religious in the NIGHT
Sofia dispatch reports the cause deepes and truest sense of the word. Cnfnffloy
,I preached two powerful sermonsat 'wayside preaching. The London "Na- January a 23r C
of the withdrawal of !' I to take the Chris-
Russian
guards am willing name THEATRE UJ
our church, the Methodist church, tion, in commenting on the resignation ONLY
from the Warsaw battle front was j j I Sunday to the largest congregationsever of the clergyman, stated that "it tian, for I believe that Jesus, whose
is The Christ, true democrat The Society Event of the Theatrical
was a
name -
not a Christmas furlough for the SeasonENGLISH
assembled I' of
i,i in Ocoee. The great is only one of the many signs a
troops, as semi-oqfTicially I and that the real religion of I\
reported I:conjugation was moved as never be- new spiritual freedom sweeping pow- I'
but was for the protectingof I I 'Jesus-a religion we see too little of
necessary fore. We consider him the greatest erfully through the world.
St. Petersburg against threatened'preacher we ever heard. He will be j It was assumed by the English I-is a real democracy, and where you i j BOSTON OPERA COMPANY
I I fail to live to the noble ideals
1 or
riots. up
|:with us at the W. C. T. U. rally next i j minister that the church was losing
!' i i of Jesus we must plead guilty to Mr. 1 1Lewis'
I Friday night. We expect the great- j I its power, and yet admitted by him I In a Master Production of the World's Favorite Opera-
: indictment. But the Liberal
Leesburg, "the solitaire diamond in est crowd that night. We will hold that the Roman Catholic church was VERDI'S BEAUTIFUL i
the short bosom of Florida," so says this meeting in the school auditorium. : increasing in numbers both in Eu- : church in its etachings unquestionably -i:
the Leesburg board of trade "an meets the charges, for we assOciate '
or- : MRS. B. L. GRIFFIN.Get rope and America. In this apparent
ganization that is and ourselves together for the : f
up doing. contradiction he saw, however, no
Some front that. the news ir. the Sentinel first! ]lessening of the force of his argument -: study and practices of morality and TROVAJOREJ [ i
as to church loss of power. "In : religion, as interpreted by the growing : I i
; thought and the noble lives of''
times of intellectual unrest people of 4
e.-. ,.. o. :less robust mind will run for a haven humanity.THE With the :Most Remarkable Cast of Stars Ever Heard in 4

r- even if they have to turn in their English Opera, including

tracks to reach it." Many have been WHOLESALE FUNERAL

Iiammond&Gore driven to seek a refuge from the ex- I! .i ; JOSEPH F.I SHAN{{ AMERICATENOGR'S :EArESTIIRTH
cessive scientific materialism of the j! They're burying the butchered dead, : '

last century where the great myste- '! whose blood has stained a million ;:

I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMDAIMERS. 1 .ries are still taught. The mere I acres; no dirge is sung, no prayer isi]: HAROLD CARMEN J. GElS LOUIS ARTHUR HEMMING DEANE

growth of numbers, however, does 1 I said, there are no kindly undertakers.", HENRI DeVAREE ;
EVLINE VAN AERNAM:
REAL VALUES LOW PRICES ;not mean a growth of influence or I j They plant the soldier where he died, WILLIAM HAMILTON WILLIAM YOUNG
j power. Every year Roman Cathol- j forever lost to those who love him; I ELAINE DeSELLEM
j CLARK HARCOURT
COMPARE i i icism becomes less and less a part of unwashed, unshriven, staring-eyed
GRACE DOXSEE AND OTHERS
national l life in Europe and the United :lies, the red sod heaped'above him. '

I States, and it becomes very evidently No clergyman beside him stands, no ,.' ;
The
1 OUR FURNITUREWe 1 her plan to have no par tin any of coroner, with inquest holden, no Superb Boston English Opera Chorus,

I the vital thought movements of the friend to fold the tortured hands, or : and Augmented Orchestra Under
provide the of furniture that has long
been accepted by knowing quality furniture buyers as the world. In striking contrast to this, smooth the tangled ringlets golden. Direction of Basil Harsfall.
the men and women of the so-called They of :
dig a grave many versts a
standard of here it is .
is good.It
merit. If article ,
wouldn't'be an We 't make "Liberal church," although compara- trench where men are thrown like The most finished and artistic performance of 'IlTrovatore
here were it otherwise. ca tively few in numbers, exercise tre- ever taken on Tour," is the verdict of Press
this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stones a cattle while bullets whine and shrapnel and Public.

of this business, and that means much to any buyer. mendous influence in all that pertainsto bursts, and man-destroying cannon -
1
I vital thought policies and social rattle. They heap them in the :PRICRS50c. ;

reforms.Mr. shallow pit, the fallen heroes, stark
McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK, Lewis suggested three reasons and gory; oh, jingo bold, consider it : ., 75c., $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00Seats

for the decline of the church, and -this is the stuff that call '
men glory will be placed sale
on at
Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SL. Orlando Fla. DeLaney's Drug Store,
these reasons he pastor of Unity Wait Mason + Monday morning, January 18.rtMMMMMMMMMMM'.
J Chapel examined and showed" wherein 9

y 'lc . G-EY {they shondl not apply .to, the .Liberal Get the news in the.Sentinel first *+ " .

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not worry about Grapefruit. Grapefruit for the past

five seasons, as sold by the Florida Citrus Exchange, has averaged -

growers for all grapefruit, including culls, shipped in plain

boxes, $2.18 per box, f.o.b. shipping point, while oranges, includ-
ing all grades and all varieties, have averaged over the same period -

o1s $1.65 per box f.o. b., a five year record.In .
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1. I. Shipments made in October and November, which is the early

...... -r season afforded by Conner Prolific Grapefruit, have averaged
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s )' H, $2.78 per box for all Grapefruit shipped. Midseason to late
grapefruit has averaged $2.34 per box f.o.b., showing a balancein
.I favor of the Conner Prolific Grapefruit variety of 44c. per box
f.o.b., for every box shipped of early Grapefruit.

M THESE ARE THE REASONS why we advise you to plant
early Grapefruit. Nearly the entire area planted in Central and
rM South Florida on both the East and West Coasts for five years,
has been planted to late varieties of Grapefruit and Oranges. I
It is not hard to figure out what will happen to the producers of
{ late varieties of Grapefruit and Oranges in the future when
their product is placed on the market in competition with can-
taloupes, strawberries and all kinds of fresh fruits that are pro-
duced in the north and placed on the northern markets to be sold 1
in competition with their shipments.

When Early Grapefruit goes to market in October and November -
ripe, luscious and fit to eat, as Conner Prolific varietywill
be at this season, there is nothing to compete with it. Can-
:: taloupes are gone, apples are not yet ripe, and it is the best fruit
obtainable. That is the reason why early Grapefruit brings a a
0 big price. Government supervision will nile the shipment of
fruit from Florida after the season of 1914-15, and you may depend -
CONNOR PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT, 4 YEARS OLD, ON ROUGH LEMON STOCK upon it that early Grapefruit will not be hampered by

.- ----.- __. ._- shipments of green, unpalatable stuff, as has been the rule in i
the past; therefore, prices should be better than ever before,
and we advise you with all heartiness and with all good will and

OGKLAW AHA NURSERIES do wishes for your prosperity to plant the Conner Prolific Grape-
The alone t
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prodrce grapefruit P fruit and be sure of something staple in the way of returns. Keep
out of competition with the other fellow PS much as you can.
Conner Prolific Grapefruit is perfect on all classes of soil, and on I
Far from it. All varieties that will produce Money Making
both rough lemon and sour orange stock. You can produce good
color in October and November high land with Conner Prolific t
on
crops and that will afford fruit for the proper season of ship-
Grapefruit on lemon stock, and on hammock lands and flat-
ment of the highest quality are produced in the Ocklawaha woods lands in all parts of the state you can produce a fruit that
has no equal in the world on sour orange stock. Recommended I
Nurseries. for all sections, and endorsed by the Bureau of Pomology and
guaranteed by us to be strictly Al in every particular.




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come to the Ocklawaha Nurseries where the very best serviceis

afforded you and after that you can cultivate your grove with* CONNER PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT. 4 YEARS OLD, ON SOUR ORANGE STCCK

confidence in the outcome of your efforts. I I-_ _




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EXTRA SPECIAL! AFTER iiLJMh'S' GREAT CLEARANCE SALE EXTRA SPECIAL! II II


Bleached and
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Brown Muslin Hemmed Heavy Weight 1!i

10 yds for At THE BIG STORE 15c quality69C. r


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

have we been able to offer such remarkable bargains. After a very successful season the time has come 11

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

our store must go. Here is the offer that will make clearance short, sharp and decisive. ::1

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Three More Days of the Big Sale P il


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Hundreds of other bargains not in this advertisement ,-
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Second Floor Res..dyToes..r Depa.rtrrtent.: : :


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

Wool Dresses---Half Price Coats at Half Price
$5.00 Skirts at $ 2.50 Sweaters
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$6.00 Skirts at $ 3.00
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$10.00 Coat Suits at ----------$ 5.00 $2.50 Coats at ---------------$ 1.25
$7.50 Skirts at $ 3.75
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Coat Suits at $ 6.25 $3.00 Coats at $ 1.50
$12.50 -
--- $2.50 and
---------- ---- -- -- $2.75 Sweaters at :-- 1.98
$8.00 Skirts at $< 4.00
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$15.00 Coat Suits at $ 7.50 $4.00 Coats at $ 2.00
---------- --------------- $3.00 Sweaters at $ 2.25 ..
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$9.00 Skirts at $ 4.50
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$18.00 Coat Suits at $ 9.00 $5.00 Coats at $ 2.50 _
---------- --------------- $3.50 Sweaters at $ 2.89
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$10.00 Skirts at $ 5.00
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$20.00 Coat Suits at $10.00 $10.00 Coats at $ 5.00 --
--------- -------------- $4.00 Sweaters at $ 3.19
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$12.00 Skirts at 6.00
$25.00 Coat Suits 12.50: $12.50 Coats at $ 6.25 --------------
-------------- $5.00 Sweaters at $ 3.98
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$15.00 Skirts at <
--------------$ 7.50
$30.00 Coat Suits at $15.00 $15.00 Coats at $ 7.50
---------- -------------- $6.00 Sweaters at 4.48
$
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. $35.00 Coat Suits at $17.50 $20.00 Coats at $10.00 Great Reductions in Evening Wraps,
---------- -------------- $7.50 Sweaters at
------------$ 5.48
Evening Dresses and Silk Dresses.Maraboa .
$40.00 Coat Suits at $20 00 $25.00 Coats at $12.50:
---------- ------------- $8.50 Sweaters at 6.48
I II Neck Pieces at Half Price ------------$

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

$60.00 Coat Suits at $30 001st I $35.00 Coats at $17.50 1 I the latest styles they are all listed to go
---------- -------------- and go they will. $18.00 Sweaters at -----------Q 11.50
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Floor Dress Goods 0 Department 2nd Floor Juvenile Department 1st Floor Men's Department MEN'S ODD PANTS
I" CLEARANCE SALE OF BOYS ROOf GARDEN THEATRETonight I
CLEARANCE SALE OF ALL WOOL SUITS CLEARANCE SALE OF MEN'S '$3.00 Pants at -------__$2.50

DRESS GOODS ________ SUITS $3.50 Pants at --------____$2.75
$3.50 Boys Suis at $2.63 .
__________ -- $4.00 Pants at -----_____$3.25
$4.00 Boys Suits at $3.00 $15.00 Suits at _______$10.75
45 inch Wool Crepe, $1.00 quality69c ---- $4.50 Pants at ____$375
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Suits at $3.38
42 in. Stripe Crepe, $1.25 quality____79c $5.00$4.50 Boys Boys Suits at ____ _____$3.75 Rex Drama, Two Reels $18.00 Suits at --------_$12.75 $5.00 Pants at ------____$345
45 in. Gabardine $1.50 qual.ty 98c $6.00 Boys Suits at ___ ______$4.50 "A Page From Life." 20.00 Suits at --------____$14.75 $6.00 pants at ----------_.$4.75
54 in. Broadcloth.$1.75 quantyLlO,
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$8.00 Boys Suits at $6.00 $22.50 Suits at _____ 5IENS HATS
38 in. Crepe and Albatros 75c. ------ $16.75
quality _____,.-_______44c $8.50 Boys Suits at__________6.38 L-KO Comedy $1.50 Hats at ----------___-r.is
45 in. Wool Taffeta, 85e quality59c $10.00 Boys Suits at _______$7.50 "The Baron's Bear $25.00 Salts at ------------_18.75 $2.00 Hats at -----______$L50
56 in. Beaver Cloaking $2.00 $12.00 Boys Suits at $9.00 Escape. f OVERCOATS $2.50 Hats at ----------___-.-L75
puality -----------____$L29 BOYS HATS $3.00 Hats at -----------_.$%. 5
54 in. Camels Hair Plaids, $2.00 50c and 60c Boys Hats ______39c And One Big Extra ReelPay $15.00 Overcoats at --------$10.75 $3.50 Hats at --------_____$2.75 4
quality --------_____$L29 75c Boys Hats _______________49c $16.50 Overcoats at ------_$11.75 $4.00 Hats at ------------.$3.25 d
54 in. Lambs Wool Cloaking, $3.00 $1.00 Boys Hats ___________69c $18.00 Overcoats at __ MEN'S SHIRTS
I quality ---------____$L98 $1.50 Boys Hats ___________98c a visit to our Soda Fountain and Lunch- ----- $12.75 $1.00 Shirts at : __ 83cJ1.19 j
One tot Wool Dress Goods, value ___________ $20.00 Overcoats at $14.75 ------ -
$2.00 Boys Hats $1.48 eonette. Admission Free until 6.30 p.m. ------- $1.50 Shirts at ___
up to $1.50, your choice for_48c $3.00 Boys Hats _____________$1.98 Admission, Nights, Children, 5c., Adults, lOc. i $22.50 Overcoats at -----$16.75 $2.00 Shirts at -------------_- __-$L69 j


First Floor Shoe Department 3rd Floor House Furnishing Department

Money Saving Sale in Foot- GROCERY DEPARTMENT.-lst FloorLOT m 1

Clearance Sale of Blanketsand f
wear for Men, Women and Children
NO. 1 LOT NO.4

J SHOES FOR MEN 1 Can California Peaches, value______25c 3 Cans Lye Hominy, value__________40c Comforts
1 Can California value______25c
$6.00 Shoes, C. H. Aldens, sale price$4.89 Apricots 2 Cans Cindarilla Peas, _value35c
1 Can California Pears value ______30c
$5.00 Shoes C. H. Aldens, sale price$3.79 3 Cans Tomatoes, value I 30c
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1 Can California Cherries, value _____30c
$4.50 Shoes A. W. & W., sale price$3.48 1 Can California Plums, value ______25c 2 Cans Corn, value ________________30c $1.75 COMFORTS FOR -------$ 1.39
$4.00 Shoes, C. & A., sale price ___ $2.98
$3.50 Shoes C. & A., sale price? -_,.$2.79 $1 35 $1.35; $2.50 COMFORTS FOR ------- 1.89
SHOES FOR LADIESTan LOT NO.2. LOT NO.5

Gun Metal, Patent and Kid 4 Cans Montarosa Corn, value _______80c 4 Ibs. Extra Fancy Peaches, value ____60c $3.25 COMFORTS FOR ------- 2.69
$6 Shoes, Wichert &Gardiner, sale$4.89 4 Cans V. C. Early J. Peas, value ____60c 3 lbs.Extra Fancy Roasted Coffee, $1.05
$5 Shoes, Wichert & Gardiner, sale$3.98 $7.50 COMFORTS FOR ------ 5.98 t
$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 t
$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 i
$3.50 Shoes, E. P. Reed, sale price$2.79 7 Bars Lenox Soap, value --------___35c ------
$3.00 Shoes, Landis, sale price _____$2,29 1 Bottle Blueing value _____05c 2 pkgs. Best Macaroni, value --------30c 1. -
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One Lot Ladies Shoes and Oxfords, $1.00 6 packages Pearline, value ------____30c 2 pkgs. Mothers Oats, value _________25c $3.00 BLANKETS FOR -______ 1.98
MISSES AND CHILDRENS 2 Bars Ivory Soap, value --_________lOc 6 Cans V. C. Cream, small, value _____30c i
SHOES 1 cel. starch value -----------_____OociT 2 pkgs. Shreaded Wheat, value ______30c $4.00 BLANKETS FOR ___... 2.98
One lot :Misses Shoes, sizes 2V& to 6,
reg. $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 Shoes at$1.98One ,. $1.25- $1.40- $5.50 BLANKETS FOR ______ 4.68
lot Childrens Shoes, sizes 11',4 to 2,
at ------______________________$1.98 Your Choice of Any Lot For $1.00 $9.00 BLANKETS FOR ______ 6.49
One lot Ladies Felt Romeos and Slip-
pers,regular$1.50 and$2.00 value$1.19 .1 $20.00 BLANKETS FOR ----- 16.79



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Extraordinary Sale I of
Th YOWELL-DIItiKWORTH
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Untrimmed Hats e Ladies'Trimmed Hats


Your untrlmme I choice of shape any Your r ': : n'n

value up to $8.50 $$2 98 store, 3iatre$5$
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PLEASED WITH THIS SECTION u
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Mr. Mark W. Porter, president of .
the Carolina, Clinchfidd & Ohio railroad -

and Mr. A. W. Anderson, general -
manager of the Charleston &
Western railroad, who arrived in Or-
lando Monday evening in their pri

vate car, spent yesterday morning
: h.\. with their families driving over the
city and to points adjacent. They <<
left on No. 80, Coast Line, for Sanford -
KEPTCHECKING
where they made a stop to inspect -
the celery fields and trucking .. ffl
ACCOUNT industry. They were here for their : -it

first time, but upon leaving said it -
would certainly not be their last.

ANNOUNCES tu ni Your comfort and prosperity'for ;


Camp No. 16074 of Modern Wood-
RUNAWAY EXPENSESAt men of America will hold its regular I9K5[ 1.

meeting Wednesday night at I. O. O.
F.! hall, corner Orange and Central I : f. .
one time or another, all of us have had avenues, to install officers for the :I Fl depends upon yourself and your

the unpleasant experience of having expenses new year. All members are requested connections. !

exceed the speed limit,-run away. to be present as there is impor- :i i E I
tant business to be attended to.
And when expenses run away, you've All visiting members are cordially A savings or checking bank accountin
probably noticed that that they always run invited to attend this meeting.By .
UP-never down. order of the clerk.J. II II II I in this institution is a positive step

A Checking Account at this bank and a :M.: BRADY. I forward. .:

check book in your pocket is a sure curb on i ;
MOTORING FROM NEW YORK TO -
expense. The stubs in your check book flasha WINTER PARK : Start now! .

warning when over-spending starts. Be- ..
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gin your Account today and keep expenses The St. Augustine Record of yesterday _'... .
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normal. contains the following about -,. ....
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I prominent residents of Winter Park -,..-. ... .. ... "}-."
and who are well known in Orlando: -r.-
The State Bank of Orlando .,
"Mr. and Mrs. E. H.. Brewer, and -. .
chauffeur, Oliver Curley, have arrivedin \ .:. ;??fi}

the city from Cortland, N. Y., in
their machine. Mr. and Mrs. Brewer .
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have visited St. Augustine on pre-
vious occasions and are here to makea
brief stay at he Hotel Alcazar before -
-- -T: making a tour of the state." I D ; ;: j D :
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Mrs. T. J. Deming and Mrs. Lublin
LOCAL AND PERSONAL EARLY VEGETABLES I .-' .. ;
were passengers leaving Orlando yes- :

Mr. Kendrick Guernsey_ spent yesterday I terday morning en route to Miami to Early planting-means early vegetables -I! (: .: : .:. :><.:':' : :::.:;/.:::.:::': :,.,: ..:.::. .:'.:_..:_..... :: ... _ _'. '. .: ...'.....<.. .. ... :.:..-....::.. ::.: :l/: .: ,[: :\t
spend a week. : ...
in Tampa on business. ; early vegetables mean money. i
You can't have either without good :i .
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Charles E. Benter, of Orlando, wasa -- -- -
Mr. O. G. Husband, state hotel inspector business visitor to the city yester- seed. We are receiving fresh seed j I

was among: the public men in day, a guest at the Royal hotel.i .- daily. We have for your information I-
government reports regarding spring
Orlando yesterday. 1 Tampa Tribune
i crops in Florida. i b
WRIGHT SEED COMPANY
R .Bates of Nash- Mrs. E. H. Giles returned to Or- i !
ville. I 1-13-tfc 06 S. Orange Ave. FRESH TOMATOES PEAS RADDISH
lando yesterday afternoon from a de- ,
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their usual winter sojourn in the city. ,lightful visit to relatives and friends
New Hats at sale prices. T. O.
in Arcadia, her former home. Brown. l-12-3t
Mr. Chas. H. Morton is among the I TURNIPS COLLARDS
New Yorkers located at the Orland Miss Frank Smith, a very attract- i Shirt Sale now on at T- O. Brown's. ,
hotel for a stay of several days in ive young lady of Pleasureville, Ky., 1.12-3t
this city. has arrived in Orlando to spend the
LETTUCE BEANS and SEED CORN
winter with her aunt, Mrs. JI. R. I ,

Mr. Chas. Edgar, a former residentof Smith, on East street.L. I .

Orange county, but now In busi-
ness in Richmond, Va., was in Orlando C. Kavanaugh, a well known cit- SEEDS to Plant.
old izen of Orlando was a business vis-
yesterday greeting time
itor to the city yesterday on businessand
friends. Mr. Edgar owns a large and
pleasure. He was registered at
prolific orange grove near Golden Catalogue Request.McElroy's
on .
the DeSoto.Tampa Tribune.Mr. .
Rod, in this, county.

and Mrs. B. Cooley, of Galena,
Suit Cases at prices dur- -- '- --- -
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Kansas, have to Orlando to
come
ing sale. T. O. Brown. l-12-3t
spend the winter and are now pleas

... Big sale of Regal Shoes. T. O. antly located at the Orland hotel for
Brown. l-12-3t the season.
PharmacyDealers

Mrs. C. E. Hall, a former popular I
saleslady with the Dickson-Ives company The
I is in Orlando visiting friendsfor
F FOR SALE I a few days. Mrs. Hall is now liv- I in Seeds and Drugs for 35 Years.

ing at Avon, in Polk county.Dr. SAN

Pau' Burgess a former well -

known druggist, but now travelingout .
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of Tampa for a well known drug
2300 acres of unimproved .' w
firm, spent yesterday in Orlando call- r.
pine land. fine ing on the trade and greeting friends.

truck and fruit land, big
, Mr. J. T. Dale returned last even- COMMUNITY PROTECTION
portion of it has clay ,
ing from Tampa where he has been
and marl sulvsoil. Situ- .engaged for several days in connection Dances in the Cafe,

uate on County road I with official business of the
Grand Encampment of the Odd Fel- from 9.30 to 11.30 week- I f .. w3.LI
within miles of
seven of this comunity have now
lows of Florida. The people .
Orlando. day nights are becomingvery i tR r"
and
at their command a positive sure 1 r d

54.40 an acre will buy Hon. S. S. Griffin was among the popular. Come in, try means of protecting papers and valuable i '
Orlandoites going to Miami yesterday against loss, the Safe Deposit Vaults of & .
this tract and the propo- morning. Besides taking in the sightsof the floor and look over the .
sition is "cinch" cs a the big celebration now in full this institution :
small investment. This swing in the Magic City, Mr. Griffin I After Theater Card; you Modern ingenuity has produced but one ,

: will visit his sister, Mrs. Franklin will like it. sure form of protection against theft lossor
price is for quick sale. I(I Sheen. destruction the massive steel and con-

If you want this land i These dances are in- crete walls and armored doors such as we _
!1 Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Gault. of Kit-
call on ; tery, Maine have arrived here to formal. You can go to the have installed for the safe keeping of the t
and valuable possessions of the =
,'make a stay of some duration. They movies and dance after- valued
usually go down the East Coast resorts members of this community. ,- s:1
every winter, but decided to wards. Get your own little Neither fire nor water can reach the

take a look at some of the inland party together and have an contents of a Safe Deposit Box in these r t
S.S G. Dolive & Son
towns and cities and then visit pointslof
vaults; the cleverest cracksman can never
I interest on the West Coast. They I enjoyable two hour's dance. z
.are registered at one of the local ho- gain entrance. The annual rental is but

REAL ESTATENo. I i te1s.I The floor is just right for trifling making the protection not only I F

3 WEST PINE STREET j TEACH YOUR-DOLLARS to have the new dances. the surest but the cheapest form of in- }

more cents. and attend T. O. Brown's surance. -
Second Floor i i Real Sale for Men, Tuesday the 12th You are cordially invited to visit the
to Saturday the 16th. 1-12-tf
Safe Deposit Department and inspect our
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J A Rare Business Opportunity time-locked doors. -


: Small growing: business well located will take about
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ff_ $1,000 to handle proposition, paying about 75 percent Or1allo n Bank & Trn t C m any

on investment at present. Address S. F. J.| I

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

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