Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00457
 Material Information
Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: January 14, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00457
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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_.t 14.060<<, May Be Dead as Result I ENGLAND j FOR FAIR i FOR 1915

of Destroyed Fearful Quake Homes That !I I fAIR r PARADE



I I: $6,000 MOTOR


I i Him and the Kaiser Are !TO BE DEUVERED IN
BUILDINGS HOUSING WORKS OF Maintains She Has a Right to !Speedy Harness Horses From j Mrs. Cameron Mann Is President -I Responsible for His FEBRUARY

RARE ART ARE REPORTED Seize Contraband When | of ResignationBerlin I -
I, Jacksonville Will He on j General MissionarySociety
GONE AND IN RUINSAS i I: Equipment of New Car Will lie
Justified by Strong ,j the Turf Early Next i I of Episcopal : via Sayville. Jan. 13.-Official -
RESULT Up to Specifications in All
SuspicionWashington Week !I Church 1915 i I announcement was made today

that County Leopold von Berchtold. Details-Good Invest
i I
People in Panic as Earthquake Rages t
Jan. 13.-Great Brit :Mr.: David Lockhart, who has been j I Miami, Jan. 13.-At the meeting the Austrian minister of foreign af- ,:j ment for Cityi
i.! Rome-Many Relatives Lost ain's second note to the United Stateson : spending several days in the metropolis I yesterday morning at 10 o'clock of i i fairs has resigned and the emperorhas i -

Cause Reign 'of Terror in the ship and shipping controver- I of the state, where he had beento the Woman's Auxiliary the General appointed Baron Stephan Burian i J i Santa Claus was a trifle late, but

Damaged City sies will be devoted almost exclusively enlist the owners of some of the Missionary Society of the Episcopal von Ragecz to succeed him. Impor- :' yesterday at 11 o'clock disguised as

to answering the state department (I best and finest horses in the South to church, Bishop Cameron Mann of Orlando tant personal reasons were given as the Orlando City Council he pur. 1

Rome Jan. 13.-Bulletin.-It was declaration that Great Britain's acts bring them to the Subtropical Midwinter I read the appointments for the the cause of Count Berchtold's resip- chased a combination hose and Chemical 1

officially announced that Avezzano, of seizures and detentions were contrary I j: Exposition which begins in coming year which are as follows: natino. fire truck from the American La i i iI
"to the principles of interna-I this returned ) President Mrs. Cameron Mann vice- I The resignation of Count Berchtold ''France
n miles east of Rome, was almost t j i city next month yester- ; Fire Engine company, inc., of ;
totally destroyed by today's earth- tional law." ':
quake. The dead are estimated at This information came to the de- when the gates at the fair grounds Mrs. W. R. O'Neal; treasurer anounced in Berlin are the strongest i( equipped delivery to be made if pos-
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14,000. Under Secretary of Public<< : partment today from an authority in I i swing open on February 9 there will Mrs. Sarah Brownleigh, St. Peters- .. evidence that has yet come out of''' sible in time to participate in Orlan-
Works Viseccho has left Rome for 1 London who also says that Earl Grey 1 have gathered for the racing card I burg; United Offering treasurer, Mrs.E. Germany or Austria of the truth of I do's monster civic parade set for the i

Avezzano. I practically disposed of the statistical :some of the best and fastest steppersever W. Shaw Tampa; education secretary ( the reports that a strong anti-war opening day of the Subtropical Mid- l

parts of the general argument in his < in Orange county. Mrs. E. LaRue Bliss Orlando; party is making itself felt in Austro- winter Fair, February 9 to 13.

Rome Jan. 13.-A terrific earthquake first note. The second note will en- Among those who will arrive early correspondent church periodical club, I Hungary. So far as it appears on j J The order placed for the motor fire

the strongest ever felt in deavor to maintain and justify these next 1 week are Mr. Geo. H. Sprague, I;Mrs. Walter Bull Dunedin; Juniors- the surface. Count Berchtold, more truck is an achievement of the pres- !
Rome, occurred early today. It last two British contentions: :: \three harness horses and Messrs. j i President, Miss Marion Cary-Elwes ,than any other man in Europe, is re- ent administration and particularly

ed several seconds and caused a seri First, that Great Britain was right Jake and Dave Croissant, three harness Orlando; secretary. Miss Bertha Daw- sponsible for the present world war. I for Commissioner H. Clarke Robertson -

ous panic, people everywhere rushing' under international law to seize and :. i horses, Jacksonville. son; treasurer Miss Marion Cary-i who since January 1914 has

from their houses in terror. Many detain American cargoes suspected of ;, There were also two or three oth- Elwes Orlando; president of "Little i J LIQUOR CASE IN COURT been an ardent advocate for a motor

buildings were damaged by the shock. containing contraband because of the i ers with racing horses, whose names Helpers" Miss Walker, Sanford. i( fire truck to adequately protect the
So far as could be learned one hour fact that the enemies of Great Brit- i j: Mr. Lockhart could not remember The opening of the session was Criminal court continued to grindits city's interests. It was Mr. Roberti -

after the quake no lives were lost. ain were not conducting their war- >!when seen last evening, that will also marked by the reading of the minutesof wheels yesterday. A verdict of''i i son who drafted the specifications

Nor was it possible to reach any defi- fare according<< to international law. I I I
nite idea of the degree of the dam Second, that Great Britain does not ;': R. L. Lockhart, one. the ;ipresident, Mrs. Cameron Mann, the case of Walter Jordan. The i'assured of a truck that will stand up

age suffered by the city. admit the American contention that i j I Mr. R. L. Brooks Griffin, Ga., two followed. Mrs. W. R. O'Neal gave day was featured by the case of S. 1!to any emergency. It is a real inI .

There was confusion throughoutthe she must rely for protection solely :i,I trotters and pacers. the secretary's report and Miss Ma- .K. Calloway charged with dealing in I,vestment for Orlando.

whole of Rome. In some cases it upon her ability to prevent reexportof : Dr. W. S. Brooks, Campbellton.jFla rion*Cary-Elwes presented the reportof liquor. The case-was continued to to The truck cost $6,000, $2,000 in

amounted to terror .and bordered on ..contraband from neutral countries,i i .. two harness horses the treasurer. Other reports included day. In the case of Eric Lynn Tuesday !'cash, with a discount of 5 per cenU..
a panic. Th"e telephone wasisorted in the vicinity of the army but asserts I t i Mr. P. F. Hamlin has a string of those of the educational secretary the prosecution was conductedby and two notes of $2,000 each. <&iej

to by great numbers of people at vir- she has the right to seize contraband 1 1 I eight horses now in training at the United Offering treasurer W. L. Tilden county solicitor as- j I December 31, 1915 and December 31,
tually the same time in endeavors to wherever she finds it when I'! race track for the big event. church periodical correspondent Jun- sisted by J. C. Jones. I 1916, each deferred payment carrying -

ascertain the safety of relatives and she has good grounds of suspicion i i i i Mr. Chas. M. Hand of Sanford has iors and Little Helpers. The Palm !! interest at the rate of 5 per ceft.

friends, and then to learn the extentof that its ultimate destination is to be :!,: three there now and may add to the Branch report also proved interest- I DISTRICT MANAGER HERE per annum. No hardship will be

the damage to the city. The tele- to enemies of the country. number. ing.It I placed upon the city government to
phone girls did their best to meet the The British ambassador at the state Mr. David Lockhart has a numberof was agreed to apportion the ex- A. E. Lang of Jacksonville, district meet this indebtedness. //l
emergency. A system of gatheringand department today talked over with good ones at the grounds, and in pense fund assessment according to commercial manager for the I The specifications have been lived

giving information was hurriedly Secretary Bryan the status of several all there will be about fifty at the the size of the various auxiliaries Western Union Telegraph company up to by the
inaugurated. It was learned earlyin ships now in the prize court, and dis- meet. the largest being expected to give was in Orlando yesterday shaking I ular. The truck will have an engine

the day that among the old buildings cussed generally!: plans for the clear- $5, those not quite so large $3 and hands with his many friends and attending of six cylinders cast in pairs, capab c
damaged were the Palazzo Chigi. ance of ships now about to sail. No I''GERMANS I HAVE BEST OF FIGHT the smaller ones $1 each. Mrs. Mann to business matters at the of developing 100 horse power; the

as well as the famous column of Mar definite arrangements were made. i NEAR SOISSONS emphasized the need of the women to cal office. 10-1 III weight will be nearly 7.000 pounds.

CUB Aurelius. help along the missionary work t I The wheel base measures 156 inches

The last serious earthquake in the j Jan. among women of their own district.It : from hub to hub; the axles are of
Rome district occurred July 19, 1899. :NEW JERSEY CAPITALISTS: parently London are having 13.-The ah Germans the best ap-of I was suggested as their is no regular ANNUAL MEETING OF THE !i Krupp nickel steel; the wheels are of

Rome, Frascati, Marino and other I <: the terrific battle now raging northeast auxiliary here to have auxiliary the artillery type, the spokes beinU I
towns on the Alban hills felt the I MAY BUILD of Soissons. Reports from the meetings by the guild during the Len- BAPTISHHURCH 3-16 inches in diameter; the tires i iw

shock and many buildings were damaged i 1!I; Berlin and Paris war offices agree ten season. It was decided that guild front will be single and the tires in

but there was no loss of life. that the French are giving ground officers should all receive copies of rear will be dual-all airless.

Further south in Italy and in Sicily ABlLI-W; LARGE !'before the terrific onslaughts of the the annual report. This morning's SESSION FEATURED BY REPORTS The truck is steel throughout firmly -*
earthquakes are frequent and very Kaiser's forces. offering of $11.56 will be added to the ] riveted; the driver's seat will hold
Great loss of life and United Offering.Mrs. will be side
severe. heavy I I This stubborn resistance is Ger- two men; steps on both
damage to property have occurred in I ORLANDO REPORT i many's first answer to the new R. P. Cobb gave a report of SOCIETIESThe and in the rear; it will be in English

these regions. t! i i French plan to invade upper Alsace. the Cathedral school at Orlando and coach colors; electric headlights; all

Historic buildings on the Piazza II j East Orange, N. J., Men May *}!While the French armies further east the Church Home and Hospital at Sentinel Prints Full List of electric lighting controlled from driv-,

Colonna in the center of Rome also {, Decide Upon This City as !' are presumably preparing to sweep. Orlando was also touched upon at the Officers and Committees er's seat; will have locomotive type '

were damaged, as was the famous I| Site for a Large I Ii towards Metz German strategy seems : meeting members being urged to Elected at Meeting for bell and electric siren horn; will have

Farnese palace<< occupied by the j i i Hotel j. to be to hurl such an avalanche of i send preserves clothing and what- Ensuing Year the Westinghouse ignition system; 1
French embassy. There a piece of I j men at the center that the need of reinforcements ever else they could to aid in the and other equipment.And .
the stone cornice had fallen. { cause. this is what the new truck will
.! :Messrs. J. Q. Olds. Andrew Johnston j. from both ends of the The annual business meeting of the I
The belfry of the church of St. Andrea f I Mrs. Mann expressed a desire that be able to carry: 7 men comfortably;
line be
and H. P. Mills of East Orange J must great enough to halt the First Baptist church was held last
is in danger of falling and the i the auxiliary start an endowmentfund 12 in an .merg..ncy-all the men that
N. J.. are in the city looking over J Alsatian march. evening at 7:30 o'clock in the Chris
building has been surrounded for clergymen's daughters af cling to it 1200 feet of
by can ; twoladdersone
police ;
real estate. These gentlemen who !} Of the fighting to the east of Crouy tian Aliance hall, a large attendance ,
to prevent from 1 the Cathedral school. Thirty dollars extension and one roof
persons approaching are hotel men in that country are : the French official statement tonightsa's being in evidence. As the church is .
it.RUSSIAN. was pledged by women at the meet- ladder with folding hooks one pike
looking for a location for a tourist !i iJ : "Our troops have given way." an incorporation there was an elec- ; a
ing. four standard I
J hotel in Florida. On account of the i The French apparently have fallen tion of officers committees were pole; lanterns; two nozzles

STATEMENT !!i location of Orlando inland, its eleva- back on their positions in the villagesof I named for the ensuing year, and various : shut off type; all necessary tools.
| BERLIN STATEMENTBerlin pickaxes etc.; one forty gallon chemical
its Crouy St. Margueriite and Missy of societies and
i tion prosperous surrounding country reports organ- ,
Petrograd Jan. 13.-The fo1lowingofficial | these gentlemen are impressed Sur Aisne. izations were given. The year closed tank; one hose basket-200 feethose
report has been issued by the j! with the locality being suitable for a They are also in possesion of the via Sayville Jan. 13.-The has beer very gratifying.The capacity; one chemical hose 4

general staff: I tourist hotel touching the quarter ,iI j village of Mefcel but it is on the I.following was issued today by the official I officers elected and the com- ply; one hose chemical special; hand ,

"During the night of aJnuary 12th I million mark. !i' edge of this position that they admit press bureau: mittees named follow: extinguishers; acid receptacles; and
"According to the latest Austrian Fire Chief Dean;-also a speedometer
and there has been
today artilleryand It is having given way, while the Germans
that they have a j Trustees-A. B. Johnson Geo. W. ,
that the
bulletin, the Russians have renewed so speed limit will not be
rifle fire along the whole front. ten day option on a fine piece of propj j; are holding: them so confined at Crouy Phillips and W. P. :Miller. exceeded.The .
The Rusian detachment advancing in in the south of | that they have been unable to debouch their efforts to force a passage over
erty part the city, and j Deacons-M. E. Weeks S. A. Newell -
truck is
I the river Nida. The Russians ad- guaranteed for "inper-
East Prussia eastward of has
Kosog i from the ,
their return from village.
upon a trip to other Charles Phillips, J. H. Tucker "
repulsed the enemy's cavalry and occupied I On the other end of the I vanced a strong force during a heavy petuity.
cities in Florida, will make final decision. i line around I A. W. Barlow, Geo. W. Phillips Eu- ,
several villages, one of which j I II Sain tlihie]. where the French have artillery fire, but the attack was Reid W. P. Miller, C. M. Tichenor -
was taken by the bayonet. I I Like most I been reported trying to recapture the speedily repulsed by the Austrian ar- gene Capt. B. N. B. Miller and daughter.
who theirS
I people make j A. B. Johnson A. J. Mosteller, ,
I' I tillery. The left hundred Miss Edyth May and Mr. Ed-
"Southwestward of Mlawa the Rus- first trip to Florida they want to investigate I ruined forts which the Germans now enemy a Lloyd S. Tenney O. N. Larson, W. E. son,
killed and wounded before the Aus- win G. Miller returned yesterday 1
sians have in
progressed successfully Berlin
hold all
; and as a rule this worksto says the French at- Stevenson B. J. Lord Frank Rogero.
the direction of Badzonowo. On the the advantage of Orlando. t I{ tacks have been thrown back with I trian position. The artillery fighting from Hartford Conn.. and are pleas j
continued to the south of the Vistula Church Clerk-Robert J. Stevenson. antly located at the Wyoming.
Koslow Sukha line the Germans afteran j heavy losses. I I Capt. f
It is
to build !
artillery cannonade attacked the purpose a splen-ji j j I with some success for the Austriansbut Miller is one of the most enthusiasticand
did hotel of modern type have ground j Treasurer H. Gore.
bad weather hinders the successful land that
front in the southern district but I opera- promoters 1
were repulsed by the Rusisan fire." enough for small golf links, tennis ALLEGED THIEF tions in the Carpathians. The Rus- Financial Secretary-Thomas Phil ever visited the South and is busy ,
I courts and croquet grounds, and have sians in the upper Ung valley have lips. now getitng things in shape for the (

I their own orange trees and tropical James Smith colored was broughtto withdrawn towards the Uzsck pass. Director of Choir-Geo. W. Phil Largest sale of desirable lots ever ,. i
THE shrubs that will interest people and Orlando yesterday by N. W. Green lips. held in this section. !

at the same time be away from the from Lakeland Mr. Green being special OUT OF CITY ON BUSINESSMr. Auditing Committee O. Spinks,
Florida: Fair Thursday. Friday noise of the city. agent for the A. C. L. Smith E. H. Allen Kramer Van Duzor. Mrs. A. Y. Fuller Mrs. W. E. Stevenson ,

fair; warmer in east portion. The men are all capitalists and experienced was lodged in the jail. Smith is alleged Jas. A. Murrell the well Lookout Committee Mrs. M. O. Mrs. Belton Long. .
I in this line of business and to have stolen a suit case con- Holbrook Mrs. Ordinance Committee-M.
known orange buyer and shipper who Overstreet, Mrs. J. P. E.Weeks
500 books to select from at 10 and[ when once they reach a recision they taining clothes from the A. C. L. Chas. Mrs. J. \
W. Phillips H.
II makes his headquarters at the San Sellards/Irs. F. Topliff. Tucker,Mrs. s
15 cents. Curtis & O.Neal. Orange act promptly. If they decide in favor waiting room here some time ago valued Juan has gone to McIntosh for a few Relief Committee-Mrs. Chas. Phillips B. J. Lord.
avenue. i of Orlando it means a hotel that will at $33.Coming j
days. Mrs. J. A. Dunaway, Mrs. M. E. r.lusic-Geo. W. Phillips. .
attract people of wealth and leisure. Limerick. 1 1H

Coming Nellie Ely's War Stories. Coming. Nellie Ely's War Stories. Nellie Ely's War Stories. Coming. Nellie Ely's War Stories. Visitation of the Sick Committee- Coming Nellie Ely' War Stories.

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(Press Service State Health Board) Jpportunity .I i
Thus I beheld, or dreamed it in t
"Render unto Caesar the things dream: Of singing the praises of Crane's Linen Lawn Stationery. It isn't
THE WINDERMEREChoice that are Caesar's." There spread a cloud of dust along a the "just as good" the "good enough" or "very good" kind. It

Every American possesses the inalienable And underneath plain; the is absolutely the finest Stationery made in America and America -
Location All Modern Conveniences cloud or in it, leads the world in this class of manufactured
right (or he thinks it is his) ragedA goods. We
Excellent Table Good Water Reasonable Rates to cast his ballot as he chooses, to furious battle and men yelled and have it in all the correct sizes shapes and tints. Your social

Beautiful Lake Lucerne spend his Sundays as the mood Shocked swords and business standing is judged largely by the kind of Station-
On Orlando
Fla. upon swords and shields. Aprince's
ery you use. Furthermore it is
a real pleasure to write.
strikes him, and to criticise his neigh- banner I the
bors. The average American citizen Wavered, then staggered backward genuine Linen Lawn surface. You know this if you have tried
Home Comforts Service Finest Rooms in City -and that means you and mehasa hemmed by foes.A it. If you have never tried it a new pleasure awaits you in yonr
craven hung along the battle's letter writing.
ready opinion on every subject and edge
Sanitary Inspection Rated too no fear of lese majeste penalties de- And thought: "Had I a sword of W.
% ters him from expressing itHe steel- ,
That true blade that the King's son
THE NEW GRAND feels himself fully qualified at a moment's bears-but this The Arcade Book and Music Store
warning, and without previous Blunt thing!" lie snapped and flung
I HENRY BARTLETT., Prop. preparation, knowledge or consid- it from his hand
eration, to tear to pieces the minis- And lowering, crept away and left
the field.
ter's sermon or his theology the pres- Then came the King's son, wounded .The
European Plan 15 West Pine St., ident's Mexican policy or the way the sore beset I 1i1t
woman next door is bringing her And weaponless and saw the broken
Rooms with Bath Orlando, Fla. up sword OF CLEANLINESS OF
children. He finds fault with the I QUALITY
Hilt buried in the dry and trodden
weather bureau man because the pre sand. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

TOURISTS dictedlocal showers" fail to arrive And ran and snatched it, and with FRESH ANO SALT MEATS .
and a bright sun shines .out instead. battle shout Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
Lifted afresh he hewed his
We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando lie complains to the postman becausethe down, enemy Everything screened away from the flies and kept fresh
mail train was two hours late and And saved a great cause that heroic and
Prepared by our New York Cook pore. .
he kicks the dog because he himself day.
We invite inspection and guarantee satIRfaetlon
-Edward Rowland Sill. We have
109 Rooms Bath, Steam Heat. $1.00 for has him.eaten more dinner than was good everything in the Meat Line.

"The war sent me down here" saida
Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water ican And rightly yet this expects same and average demands Amer-all recent arrival at St. Petersburg."I IT. A--I.: Self & Go.

due respect for his own worth-while am from Dakota; had a big crop PHONE NO. SO
EMPIRE HOTEL accomplishment. Criticismknocking of wheat and on account of the war, PINE STREET

is the other word for it-is a hab- got a big price, for it. Am here to

54 Light Housekeeping Rooms it rather common among us, and it'sa I spend a part of my surplus cash."

habit that is demoralizing both to
the possessor and to him whom it Now is the time to order GRIF- JONES GOES JUST THE

ROSSMORE INNWindermere hits.habit Criticism of finding here fault is limited with persons to the salesman.FING'S ROSES. W. H. Brokaw.12-16-tf I! SAME

and things that you don't know' I
enongh about to qualify yourself as
This new hotel is thoroughly modern I
throughout, having heat, electric
their critic. It's a habit that growson
lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite with him who indulges in it. It leads No. 1. Forty acres virgin pine tim I My bus line which has been
bath. Located Lake serving for fourteen
on Butler which furnishes fine you
boating, bathing and fish
him to question the man whom and ber land on south side of lake front I
ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. whose motives, he trusts. It fostersa three-fourths mile from railroad sta-I months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the

tearing down without adequate, or tion. 1000. same time it always has.

any, reason, worthy and beneficial No. 2 Seventy-five acres, on lake
accomplishment. It attacks without front one-half mile from Forest City; TIME TABLE
1 THE six acres bearing good
OSCEOLA orange grove;
the his
cause man and work that are house.
eight room $4,500; terms.
f above and beyond the carping of such Bos Leaving Orlando, in Front of Evans, The Jeweler.WEST .
fl No. 3. Twenty acres, four miles
but it
incompetent critics hurts and
from the city, on lake front; twelve
1 discourages. Big men rise above it,
bearing BOUND
acres orange grove; orange EAST BOUD
Magnolia and Robinson Ave J. W. HURLEY, Manager\ but it embitters them. crop recently sold two thousand three Read Down Read Ups
f Every man who is worth the space hundred boxes. Three hundred boxesof --

[ Electric he occupies in the world earns his grapefruit now on trees. $6,500; IA.M.JA.M.: P. M. ;A. I*. !MJP.! i.
Lights, Open the Year Round terms. i
right to it by doing something worth
European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite while, something to make the world No. 4. Lot 70x190 feet on brick Orlando I 6:30;' io.i5 3:00' Ii- 1.301' 6.00
street; high class neighborhood. Ocoee ; .
better. lie is 1"7:30.11.154:00
an expert or a specialist 12.30 5.00
ft f in some direction who wins his $1,000.No. Winter Garden I 7:45111:30 430 S.i 12.15 4-45
right to credit by some real accom- 5. Thirty acres near hard sur- Oakland : _
face road mile from railroad 4.30
ff ; one -I Soo----- 4-3t-
He is Caesar
plishment. a to
station, on lake front; four acres --- --- .
f his fellows owe some tribute of budded grove; six hundred boxes of -- ---
\ praise. fruit; one hundred and fifty thousandfeet
The man or the organization that virgin pine timber. $3,000.J. .

has written a record of things doneis E. CRAWFORD

entitled to public confiderce. It Office, Orland hotel.For I
has the right to expect that its acts 1-3-!.-0.
shall be accepted as proper without
announcing in advance the reasons .
THE ARCADE HOTELJ. for them. The record is the guaran- FineWATCH ;

tee on which is based the right to I
B. MAGRUDER, Jr., Prop. riuulic confidence.It CLOCK and __

First Class Restaurant Livery and Autosin is on its record covering the last JEWELRY REPAIRING I BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS

quarter of a century or more, tha. LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS '
Building in Connections .ue tate Board of Health bases its call on C. VATER whois e

Orlando, Fla. right to the confidence of the peopleof an expert aj this trade I Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
Florida. It has accomplished tan- 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduction ,
gible results that the whole world with many years experience during that time: I

IF YOU WANT A LUNCH knows and praises. It has made Flor-
_BO_>_____M _- B W _n__ ida a better place to live in. It has at. Youngs Repair Shop Touring Car $555.00

worth the money, come to Pope's Quick Lunch Counters. Our built up barriers against disease Opp. Post Office; Pine Street I Runabout 505.0L' I

food is not cooked in front of your eyes, where you are annoyed from other lands. It has waged suc- I f. O. B. Orlando All ran fully j.lppJ- .
cessful war against the ills that start
with the odors and heat, but in our sanitary kitchen. Try a cup Briber.. .e win be able t. .btml. the o.LOa. rflrir.fTi.
nearer home. It has won the confi- Slid th. .iR'... cat: i. ..w
of our Rowland Special Coffee, French Dripped. The price is dence of Florida's people, even of 1r. i..r purchasing factory a nd Kin, department.: .if..we r- ch BB .l.mt ..tqeee .
only 5c. a cup. We offer you the best of service. those who unreasoningly criticise it. c.n: betwcrn: 'H *bo e d te
w.. And Iotulli we reach: this production we we to par as
It is waging a campaign to educate '. share fr._ *4t t. ICO per cur <- .r aa b.BtT"l. I

Pope & Co.'s Quick Lunch CountersChurch these same people how to ward off "It'W o r'.r J prat: between>' t. "A.pd", reu.ll 1. Mil M and wh A.pa.P.lat,",u.sew
preventable diseases, how to lower
low" prices Bad pronW
Street. Open from 5 a.m. to midnight of DR. L. H. RAMSDELL Fer farther p.rUenlmr. retarding I
the ratios sickness and of death sharing pl... see
how to use the means within the OPTOMETRIST
. . . . , . . . . . . . " " . .3".1..1 reach of all to make Florida the most (Sueeetwor to Dr. O. F. UU-
healthful state in the Union. In this ORLANDO. . FLORIDA Phone 226
campaign nothing is done in the dark, WE HI GLASSES GRIND LENSES I

REAL ESTATEWe there is areason for every move and AND no ALL KINDS OF I I
this reason is not hidden. It may be O"TICAL RVPAIR1\r I I
known to all who will take the trou-

ble to ask, even to read the newspa-
of the state.

buy d 'sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If asks every pers And and loyal in view seeks Floridian of the its record and co-operation it the asks Board that of Th FI ri a R al E tat & Iny tm nt 'C Co.

you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call criticism shall be withheld until the

son-the why-is known. And it
and talk wishes over with
your us. leels that in this it is asking only
Capital $50,000. Fully Paid Up.
what is its due.MUSKRATS .
The manager of this firm has had years of exper-

Incorporated In Florida; Therefore Under Slate Control,
ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a ALTER DECIDING

million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last LL propositions offered by this Corporation are exclusivelylisted

two years. just Trenton plain, ,N. every J., Jan.day 12.-Muskrats muskrats,, A with us, at the same time can also be bought throughthe

We are well posted on the value of all classes and caused the overthrow of the Democrats purchasers Agent, as we need not to secret our proposalsfor

in the state senate. When the anybody, the deal has to be closed at our office. This means
kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all legislature convened here today, it
was found that the Republicans had protection for the seller as well for the buyer. With our Bank

bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real won over the deciding member now Guarantee furnished to the purchaser, if requested. Having con-

Estate Bargains. having Democratic 11 to members 10, while were last 11 year against the fidence to all our offerings, we advance 75 per cent of the pur-

10 Republicans. The trappers and native chase price at six per cent. interest, even on unimproved land. We

hunters in Salem county found hold today over one million dollars of properties in city lots, city

the game laws so distasteful that and uncultivated lands. Our
and country homes, orange groves
they vented their wrath on Senator
WARING REAL ESTATE COMPANY Smiek, and elected the Republican books open to all investors, if such inducements will appeal to you

nominee Collins B. Allen. The law -take the trouble to climb up one High of stairs over the Peoples
on muskrats caused all the trouble "

R. D. WARING, Manager and upset the party balance in the National Bank, and consult. ,
state senate.IF .

I Rooms 4 and Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115tf HENRY BENEDICT, PresidentOffice j
rooted orange and grapefruit buds,
see H. C. McDanid. Phone 70S. over Peoples National Bank. Phone 5(70(

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CITY "A bar to heaven, a door to hell- I
CITRUS F fRUIT: iVJioe\er named it, named it well! Worn to a Frazzle-
Tampa, Fla., Jan. 12.-Plant City A bar to manliness and wealth, Mexico: is very much in the condi-
. was chosen for the next meeting placeof A door to want and broken health.A tion of a country that had had half a I GRANDI
the South Florida Press Association :dozen Bull Moose Parties.-New York
Trees that have been grown by bar to honor, pride and fame.
July 9, at the meeting in Sanford A door to sin and grief and shame; i World.
xpe&and experienced nursery- last week. The South Florida A bar to hope, a bar to prayer, I -0I --
JDeII.I Press Association is a growing or- A door to darkness and despair.A I It Works Both Ways ,

ganization and likely to attain considerable bar to honored, useful life I "Golf profanity," says former President I

strength. A door to brawung, senseless strife; Taft, "is bad for one's score."
Sanford entertained the South Florida A bar to all that' .rue and brave, And a bad score is bad for one's ln j jguage. I
Peach Trees, Florida grown Press Association and the Lake A coor to every drunkard's grate .-Detroit Flee Press. "
I: The False Guardian"A
,dded onPASCO Region Pre Association, in sessionat A bar to joy that home imparts. -
the same time, and gave the"news- A door to sears ana aching hearts; Keeps Pulmotor on the Job
PLUM STOCKWe paper gang" in attendance a right A bar to heaven, a door to hell- Some one says the Progressive Ka'em Special Feature Complete 'n Two Parts
Whoever named it, named it well!" par-
royal time. Addresses: were made by ty is still alive, which may be true,
Mayor Thrasher of Sanford, Jos. H. but it's cinch it isn't
guarantee every tree we Humphries of Bradentown, C. R. COUNTY kicking as formerly. Philadelphia In- "Wife's Atheletic Mamma"A
Walker, W. B. Harris, Claude Johnson quirer.
,ship to be first-class nursery !
Harry Brown and Clarence
Capt. Chas. H. Baker, --0--
agricultural Lubin
stock true to name and if prop- Woods, and others took part in the Comedy
advisor of this county, passed through Fools Rush In. Etc.
informal discussions.The
erly set we guarantee every Apopka Monday, and stopped at the If Senator Borah is realiy a candi-
executive committee of the
News'' office for a brief call. Mr. date for the presidency he must hold
tree to or to replace same
grow Florida Press Association met at Sanford -
Baker had with him a sample of the the theory that daring is more pop- "The Mill of Life"A
without cost. at the same time to arrange a
workings of the dreaded disease of ular than discretion.-St. Louis Globe
program for the annual convention citrus canker prepared by the gov- Democrat. Vitigraph Drama Featurirg
of the F. P. A., at iiiami, on :March
ernment the selection of
by two --
25, 26, 27. The program is to be
If you are looking for first- leaves from an infected tree, that he Has a Fine Brand of Nerve "Maurice Costello"HEAR
given out at a later date.
will gladly show to those interested.
The governor of Arkansas appeal-
class nursery stock, do not fail
lie states that there are no signs of ing to four newspapers for $2.50
to send for our latest catalog, FARM FACTSBy the disease in the groves of Orange apiece to pay the expenses of print-

which is yours for the asking. county, as careful inspection has been ing his annual message is rather rub-
Peter Radford, Lecturer National made and all precaution taken from bing it in.-Wall Street Journal.

Farmers' Union receiving stock from the infected districts "

The Thomas NurseriesBruen Agriculture needs all of the great which seems principally con
men it can get. fined to Dade county.PICKPOCKETS HERE FROM ATLANTADr. III" 1 ORCtlfSTRA.

In union there is strength and in
Webb W. B. Yancey, of Atlanta Ga.,
Building co-operation there is profit. AT WORK IN
The farmer can neither help himself TAMPA is among the visitors in Orlando. The THE BEST MUSIC IN THE CITY.

TAMPA - FLORIDAI or be helped by others until he doctor is making a tour of the state
and is so favorably impressed with
organizes.The Tampa, rla., Jan. 12.-As a resultof
economic distribution of farm Orlando that he is seriously contemplating -
three cases of pocket picking in
products is today the world's greatest the last few days the police have ar- making it his home and hang- 5c lOcAlways
ing out his "shingle.
want every man and woman problem.Our rested John Wilson and Joseph Martin

in Orlando to see Colonial Hills transportation systems are the against whom he formal chargeof -_ _-

and Colonial Park.It dray carts of agriculture and can be being a suspicious character is en remember that on cold nights THE

made capable peddlers of farm pro- tered. They were arrested Saturday GRAND is as comfortable as your home.
makes no difference whether ducts. night by Captain of Detectives Leroy SOMETHING IICEI I

you are interested in buying The middleman is nothing more Rhodes and Detective Woolweaver at I

lots or not, all you have to do to than a farm hand but he is able to the union station, where they stated Two Bemtiful 1 Foil I ing LotsOn Tomorrow
see these beautiful subdivisionsis fix his own wages and to collect them' they were on their way to Cuba and
and multiply his transactions as he denied knowledge of pocket pick South Oran c Axt-nue,
write call CarlDann's
to phone or at
Lake Lucerne
pleases. ing. They are being held until the I near splendid 1
office.I Bumper crops without market facilities detective department can make an view of the lake, only PRESENTS 3

want every person in Orlando i have sent more farmers staggering investigation regarding their movements 2 1-2 blocks f from business 1
I down the back alleys of agriculture of late. MARGUR1TE CLARKIN }
to see what can be accom- I center, nice big- shade trees
than all the pests an
plished in thirty days. Colonial droughts that ever cursed a nation. TERRE HAUTE shrubbery, &c., adjourning -
Hills are really hills. There are COURT POLITICIANS IN lotto one ol the best res -

five homes under construction, WOMEN PRESENT TABLET Indianapolis, Ind., Jan. 12.-The deuces in city.-For sale by "THE CRUCIBLE." I j

and several more under contractto Terre Haute politicians, who were WALTER W. ROSE -'

be built. Colonial Hills has Springfield, Ill., Jan. 12.-A bronze rounded up and arrested on indict- REAL ESTATE A PARAMOUNNT PIGTURE. 1

water, gas and lights. We are memorial tablet to the Illinois sol- ments by the federal grand jury, sit- Rooms I & 3 WAtkins Block

building sidewalks, and grad- diers of the war of 1812 was installed ting here, are cited to appear in court Phone 55GORDON'S
today in the state house. It is the today to plead to the charges of conspiracy -
ing streets. :gift of the Daughters of 1812 of Illi- to corrupt the recent elec

Lots in Colonial Hills sell from nois, and is the work of Miss NellieV. tions. :Major Donn M. Roberts. r

$350.00 to $650.00. Lots in Colonial Walker. Governor Dunne acceptedthe George Ehrenhardt, of the board of CARRIAGE I
tablet for the state, and Presi'ent i- public works, Hilton Redman, an at- II THE OLD RELIABLE
Park sell from $175.00 to I I
( Edmund J. James of the Univer- torney and son of Circuit Justice Eli AND '
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$350, terms to suit everybody.CARL I sHy of Illinois delivered the address. II. Redman, and many other public DANN'S TRANSFERDr. !

The tablet is six by four feet, and officials, political leaders, saloon keepers BAGGAGE E TRANSffR :

shows the figure of an Illinois ranger, and gang men, are in the party to -
of the Daniel Boone type, with a line up today in the federal court lie- B. D. WIENENGA, Prop. :

DANN block fort, resembling Fort Dear- fore Judge Anderson. L T. HARRELL, Prep. I

born,bas sketched relief'contains in the this background.The inscrip-. Piano and Furniture I Livery, Draying and HaulingWE

tion Gainesville is moving in earnest fora Moving a SpecialtyE.
: state fir. Here's hoping that shem

"In memory of the patriotic and ..: e. .t. Church! SJ.: PIIOUE 7I
heroic pioneer service of Illinois soldiers -. I CUAKANTEE fJOOI!) SERVICE '
in the war of 1812, erected by

the State of Illinois at the request of I

BROOM SAlt the United States Daughtersof 1812, OPERA HOUSEMatinee
and dedicated upon the close of one AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK

hundred years of peace between Great

ALL THIS WEEK Britain and the United States, December and Night
Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
24, 1914.
"They stood between their loved
Some of the finest made ones and the war's desolation." Monday

BROOMS ever offered for sale in 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida

Orlando: ARRAY OF NOTABLES AT TAM PAIn :J": Ccb-L1rI's: : ,

ing kindness appreciation to Tampa of their and never Tampa fail- GREATER -
Free Broom Holder! --------
affairs, the Tampa Rotary Club will = STEELS:
invite the newspaper editors of South
Every purchaser of a Broom Florida to attend a typical Rotary BIgger Better Than Ever. 30 People. Band and Orchestra.

during this sale will be given a dinner, to be given while the Gas- Everything New Every Season. Beautiful Scenic Ensemble.NEPTUNE'S hear this before Let the Delicatessen Man do it.
parilla carnival, the dates of whichare Something new Something New !
broom holder. February 12 to 16, inclusive, is PALACE LAND OF THE NYADS"fit Try it. Ask About it.
Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
The Rotarians
one. are famous for
the "funny stunts" presented at their ( the Bottom of the Sea.) Six Big Minstrel Vaudeville Acts Always have a stock three of good or more things to eat on hand
weekly luncheons, and the newspapermen including the IMPERIAL MUSICAL HUSSARS and the scream- COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES

CARUTIURS & GORE will be pitted against them in ing Farce POTATO SALAD

furnishing amusement features. The "PACIFICATING MEXICANNO"Featuring J. R. TRESHER J. E. MCHCLSOVS
Rotarians intend that the dinner shal.
Hew Modern Groceni "outgrid" the Gridiron banquet given Those Merriest Men of Modern Minstrelsy, CHARLEY Phone 26 Bakery

annually by the newspaper corre- GANG and NICODEMUS GLYNN The Great Big Fun Show. Street

spondents at Washington. Col. Hen- Parades and Band Concerts Daily.

Phone 200 Watterson and Gen W. B. Haider- Matinee SOc., Children 25c.
man, of the Louisville CourierJournal PRICES ,.oo
t Night, 50c, 75c, 3 -
James Whitcomb Riley, Frank L. FloridaAnd
Am Leaving
6 and 8 East Pine S t Stanton, and Nixon Waterman, the . . I I I I I. . 'I" . y' y y J' J ( I. I t J J' I"--I' I.-. tt

poets, George Ade, the humorist, and : ;<"ill Specially Price my two Properties in Winter ParkA
other notable Floridians of the "win- Opera :Souse

PHONE 646 ter bird" variety will be invited also. good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800 I
The carnival gives promise of being SATURDAY JAN. 16th full bearing Orange Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two
AUTO FOR HIRE the best ever held in Tajnpa. and the blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addi-
tion to making a home this property will make a yearly return on
-FIRST CLASS REPAIRING dinner, although the Rotary plan of MATINEE AND NIGHT
the investment of from 10 to 25 per cent, according to crop and i
BARNARD & SON serving no drink stronger than grape market conditions, price $8,500.00; also i
juice will be observed, will be secondto MARGARET MAYO'S MASTERPIECE My Residence Property in Winter Park, 12-room, New Modern
17 Hughe Street Orlando Fla. no feature in pleasing interest. dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front, 20 acres of
12-10-lm ii Polly of the CircusWITH land highly improved, 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigated j
j garden. Property is close in, well located, close to the new
CARRANZA AT MONTEREY Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough for
Dr. S. S. Jones the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16-
Laredo, Tex., Jan. 12. General Al- : Massive Production 500, and will give possession in 30 days.
FICIF CT See owner only. Write or phone me for a date and I will send
fredo Rica, commander of the LEON
CHIROPRACTOR LLulL Ul. A Real Circus oa the Stage my car to any place in Orange County to show you these properties.
at Nuevo Laredo, this afternoon
graduate 18 Yowell-Duckworth Davenport College building 17 phone and stated that the Carranza forces still Prices Night 75c., 'I 1, $1.50. Prices Matinee, 50c. $1. ED. F. iKTSKZICL J I

209. Intelligent people everywhere occupied Monterey, but intimated they Children SOcanywhere in the house. Matinee 3 p, m. I PARK FLORIDA
BOX 33.
are being restored to health by chiro- would leave there for Matamoras in Night Performance 8:30 p. m. Sale on at Butts' Thurs
practic adjustments, the new science. 9 Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places.
a day or two and there would be no day a. m.
of cause of disease. Examination i r
free. 12-24-lmo:! I battle there with Villa. II . IIIII I I r I . 4-M- 111111'. 1II1II I I .. I . I ,..

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Here is and
a Bargain
South Florida SentinelMORNING
J. G. Kirkland, division passen- FURNISHED ROOMS for rent,
AND WEEKlY ger agent of the Atlantic Coast Line, within two blocks of Florida Sani- Should be Snapped
W. M. GLENN .... ..... ............EdlUr tarium. Terms most reasonable. Ad-
.. . with headquarters in Tampa was
W. C. ESSINGTON .BrdaeM.n.ger dress Mrs. Hy. Moor Formosa Fla.
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among popular transportationmen l-14-3t
Entered the Florida up by Speculators. -
at pwtofficc at OrUndo.
Orlando .
u Second CUM Mail Matter. visiting yesterday.Mr.
LOST-Small hand satchel, on West
Daily 1 Year ....................... 1500 and Mrs. F. J. Pelzell who street or Church street; containedtwo "MAOE IN AMER1C's
Daily C Month. .. .................... ZOO have been visiting their friends Mr. I mileage books few letters and
Daily. 3 Month ...................... 136 toilet articles. Return to P. P. Mc-
Daily. 1 Month ....................... W and Mrs. M. A. Fuller, of 105 West Graw, Sentinel office and receive re

Weekly. I Year ............::........ tLOO Pine street left yesterday for a trip ward. 14-3t Forty-five acres in the Lake !
dow nthe East Coast after which
ADVANCETO they will return to their home in FOR RENT-At Windermere 12 Conway District where like .. .
miles from Orlando, two well furnished -
ADVERTISERS Fosston, Minnesota. heated rooms each having 3 property is selling from $100to .
large windows in pleasant cottage on
Opy fw. diipUr aDd all tier. haad-Mt Miss Dorothy Rusk, of Charleston Lake Butler. Use of bath and large $125 per acre This tractis
ertid... mat b. kaadeo in at tfc aoaian*
rfnW .f the Stntiaei nt later taaa 2 p. m.la W. Va., will arrive today to visit screened porches facing lake; near surrounded fine The Biggest Sacrifice and Loss
day before ptll li .tie.. ThU ml ..pple.M Rossmore Inn. Would also rent fully by young
chance* for contract advertising: it UbiTariaUe Miss Norma Bunch at the home of equipped kitchen if desired. Phone
and wUI be strictly adhered t*. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. 1019. 1-14-lwk groves. Is heavily timberedand is now on i
Bunch. Miss Rusk will be pleasantly t is rich soil. Owneris
Subscriber desiring The Sentinel discontinued very
should notify the office in writing on remembered by friends as having TURKEY SUPPER i,
continued the date of at expiration.the regular otherwise subscription it will rates be, spent last winter in Orlando. The ladies of the Methodist church a non-resident and has in-
until notice to stop M received. I will give a turkey j \
supper Saturday,
Telephone Namb r ...................... 24 structed us to sell this prop-
Messrs. K. R. Murrell and T. R. 5:30 to 8 p. m., at the old postoffice

THURSDAY, JANUARY 14. 1915. Crowell two of Sanford's c.1 room. Delicious menu. Price 50 erty at only sixty dollars per we put on saleLadies'
--- - -- cents.
real estate agents spent yesterday l-14-3tc
Plagiarism is a charge easily Orlando. They made the trip by auto I! acre. SO

brought and easily sustained whetherthe but were compelled to remain here ,| NOTICE OF DRILL ,

defendant be guilty or not but until the midnight train owing to a I I

at the same time plagiarism is an mishap to their machine. I j Fourth troop Boy Scouts is requested Cooper Atha Coat-Suits'

offense that is committed more often I to meet at Fair Grounds Fri-

it is day afternoon at 2:30 for
than exposed. Mr. and Mrs Edward Burnett of signal drill.
o I 114 South Orange Are. Ground Floor POSITIVELY ALL THIS SEASON'S'
Lowell Mass., were among the arriv-
WELL?- als in the city for their first trip to EARLY VEGETABLES Phone No. 311OSTEOPATHY PRODUCTIONSIt
The Orlando Sentinel states that this city. All the way from their i Early planting means early vegetables -
Orlando people consume one million ; early vegetables mean money.
northern home to the Land of Flowers -
gallons of water every day down I You can't have either without good
they encountered sleet, snow and is the stores aggressive of
No wonder the Waltons seed. We
there. quit are receiving fresh seed
ice, but reaching Orlando
Orlando and'went back to Kentu'cky.San upon they I':daily. We have for your information of not carrying over from one season
found the sun shining brightly and DR. J. C. HOWELL
i government to another-goods intended for thatseason's
ord Herald. reports regarding
and I' spring
everybody happy smiling. They I Osteopathic! Physician and Surgeon
a expect to be here some time. crops in Florida. KirksTille Graduate selling-hence this enor-
WHY NOT?- I, WRIGHT SEED COMPANY, Consultation Free mous reduction. ;
Instead of the name "A. Tourist" I 1-13-tfc 206 S. Orange Ave. Office Cheney Block. Opp. San Juan
Mr. and Mrs. August Nathan and HoteL
why not change it to "A. Permanent
daughter, Miss Hester, have returnedto .Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 .
Coming Nellie War Stories.
Resident. It sounds better; it brings Orlando, Fla. Smart man tailored
extremely fashion-
this city to spend the winter and
greater stability to Florida's popula- -----
are pleasantly located at Duke Hall.I' able Ladies Suits, and made in materials
tion; it helps decrease taxation; it *
This$ estimable family have been com- of
leads to investments; more homes anda
ing to Orlando from Clifton, N. J..
greater volume of business Broadcloths, Fancy Serges, Worsted Diag-
for several years and have many
o onals, Coating Serges French
friends who are always delighted to and Es-.

ANG- see them. Mr. Nathan is a retired tamene Serges, Vicunas, Fancy Twwds,
The majority of Bull Moose news-
business man and owns considerable etc., all silk lined.
papers in the United States are
realty in and around this section.
peeved. Not only at themselves but The regular price of these splendid'Suits

at everybody in particular. It is a : LAKE EOLA .
were from $15.00 to $25.00
sad situation. They do not like to return -

to the Republican column they Your choice for
refuse to ally themselves with the Mr. G. D. Smith, of Nashville,

Democratic party, they dislike to Tenn.( has arrived in Orlando for the .

stick with the Bull Moose policies, purpose of putting on sale some very
f Here is an unusual offering that I unhesi-
one can
S desirable city lots and is planningfor
and so they gyrate in a swinging

r chair and sling angry bouquets at an auction sale Wednesday, tatingly recommend as a GREAT BARGAIN. The lot is $4:98Come
themselves. It is a sad situation! January 27th. Mr. Smith is of the

f t 0 firm of Smith & Hayes and they 90x200 and the house contains seven rooms and bath.
PROTECTION make a specialty' of this kind of .

,t Not a dissenting vote was recorded work. The tract of land they pro- Servants room on premises. Orange and grapefruit and Early !

pose placing on the market is the
yesterday when the city council ordered -
t peach trees and flowers
shruberry and ornamental
a combination hose and chemical north half of the Bumby place, just -
r motor fire truck. Such action is east of Orlando proper. No more de- plants. Owner will sell furnished or unfurnished. The
t commendable. It is an achievement sirable property could be found in '

for the present administration to this section.ST. location is No. 215 E. Robinson avenue, on north shore of Men's Furnishing[ Department

t. which future Orlando may point to
with pride and exclaim, "They had PETERSBURG MAYOR IN" Lake Eola, and overlooking Eola Park. Listed exclu- HAS THE BIGGEST TILE PROPOSI- .

foresight and consummate wisdom." ORLANDO sively with me. The price will astonish you, it too low, TION YET
t The fire truck will cost the city

$6,000, in three payments of $2,000 Mayor J. G. Bradshaw of St. Pe- but owneris determined to sell. Cash or terms.

t each. During 1915 the motor fire tersburg, who has been attending the Hard and Soft Felt HatsAll

truck by speed efficiency and its firefighting big celebration of Miami's gala week,

J capabilities may save from stopped over in Orlando last night I this season's styles-
; the ravaging flames one million dolLars for a short visit with his brother Col.J. .

,. worth of property. Then the fire N. Bradshaw. He will leave this Regular values from $1.50 to $3.00gOao

4 truck will pay for itself! afternoon for his home. Miss May

o Bradshaw accompanied her father S. Y. WAY

IS IT DEAD?- and will remain here for a visit with I

Evidently the proposition broachedin Col. and Mrs. Bradshaw at their homeon

the Sentinel some days ago advo- East Pine street.
Insurance and Real Estate Agent
cating a strictly "Made in Orlando"

exhibit at the Subtropical MidwinterFair ANNOUNCEMENTOwing

is about to expire unless con- PHONE
centrated action resuscitates the to circumstances over which

scheme. The fair directors naturallycan Dr. Stagg had no control, he could

not grant free space to such an not speak at the Tourist Headquarters New Arrivals
exhibit because it would be impartialand Tuesday but will speak there at

not just to the other cities of the 3 o'clock p. m., and hereafter there

r counties participating in the exposi- will be an address every Thursday af- Omega Flour

tion. That does not alter the case ternoon. .

however, for the fair directors will Pop Corn

give ground space and the manufac- Coming Nellie Ely's War Stories. .

turers and various industries of Or- Cod Fish

lando could provide some kind of a
satisfactory inexpensive temporary 1- HalibutSeed

structure to house such an exhibit for

1915 and plan for something perma- Potatoes

nent for 1916. The Sentinel expresses The BirthstoneIS
regret if this feature is allowedto January

"rest in peace."


an evidence of the stability of

the nation despite the paralyzing intrusion RICH RUDDY GARNET Get ready to fertilize that grove and

of the war we submit the following garden of yours. We are the representatives -

extract from a Washington for

dispatch: Garnet Rings---Garnet Scarf Pins---Garnet "MAPES"
Washington, Jan. 12.-A favorable -
trade balance of 35092. Brooches---Garnet La Vallieres.Make and Virginia Carolina Fertilizing Co.
543 on foreign merchandise trans-
Let us quote prices.DICKSON .
actions at tne thirteen principal you
customs ports in the United your selection for the JANUARY BIRTHDAY from
States was announced by the
commerce department tonight: for Our Choice Assortment of
the week ending January 9. This
was an increase of $17,294,270 GARNET JE w..illLRYT.
over the balance in favor of the
United States for the week end-
ed January 2. IYES CO.
Secretary Redfield said he considered -
the showing one of the
most remarkable ever made in
similar period. He laid the figures : H. EVANSJEWELER
before the cabinet at today's
meeting. Exports for the weekof .DEPARTMENT STORE.
January 9 amounted to q61,-
820,247. as compared to $40S48- .. ..
502 for the previous week. Im-
ports t"+aPed $26,727,794, as ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
ajrainst $23,050.831.: Exports for
the week just ended included 35-
, 1C3 bales' of cotton.

Coming, Nellie Ely's War Stories. ,

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of the Shadows Girt_-Frontier.and the Sky Comedy Pilot.,""The Ranch Won't Leak I

: Eclair. "Adventures in Diplomacy," *T*COS at the feed tube. If its coned
in three parts. The- UketheJ'arker-theha"t1eak Parker Lock Carne Feed Tab I I
Two-part Kay-Bee. The thrilling story of a he- : Don't miss this great three reel fmtkff ImtUt tin tml,caasmx CapiVtary i
,feature. No advance in prices. Attraction. This druws ink oat I
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: : Ocala, Fla., Jan. 13.-Dr. Percy forces:. this audiDcfromheatof ink out onto end roar of pew bodj.
"A Bum Mistake Standard style ParltnLDcky Carve
Pillans, of Orlando, is at Electra fora i Pens$l JO to$250.00 according to ate
aa ornamentation.
visit of ten days to his parents, Mr. < ;
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I Hillcrest avenue. Each girl brought' -- -- please. We protect
her sewing and spent the time pleas- Drums for shipping and storage dealer. Ap j

) nttrty antly. Delicious refreshments of sal- tanks kept on hand. pock Get before a leakleaa| Parker 111. Pea into]_

mon loaf, cheese sandwiches, olives,
Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit
bon bons and tea were served.
-Edited By Miss Eliza Wright To New York all cars. Give make of car when you

Office telephone No. ((79. Residence telephone No. 2$4 Miss Norma Gettier left last night order. .A.llSD. & 00. ]
for New York city to assist Mr. Ives 7

WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR meeting. in the spring buying for the ready to
Plans for booth the MidwinterFair COil
Jan. 14lh-16th. a at wear department of Dickson-Ives ,, I Ib na
discussed. A committeewas
Thursday appointed were to confer with the company. U. D. C. to Meet P. G. WALTON, Agent 0 JI i J.I! .j.jI
Office Phone 450.
3:30 P. M.-U. D. C. meeting; Mrs.B. Florida Suffrage Association for the The regular monthly meeting of
G Abernethy, hostess. purpose of selecting a room and place the Annie Coleman Chapter, U. D. (X, Residence Phone 269. minimi UlillMllilllIf
"Here and There" Needle Club; the state in Orlando. 1
headquarters will be held at 3:30 m. on Thurs-
p. 1f
Mrs. Geo. .L. Shinn, hostess. .
8:30 P. M.-.Gentlemen's evening, The annual election of 'officers was day, January 14th, at Mrs. B. G. Ab- f
Rosalind held, Mrs. Fred Stanley being re- ernethy's. All chairmen of commit-
Club.Friday elected president; Mrs. W. R. O'Neal, tees for the ball are urged to be pres- VENEER CORES I
Luncheon; Mrs. R. L. Harris, hon-
oree; Mrs. Edna Fuller, hostess. first vice-president; Mrs. Mahlon ent as reports will be expected. Mary
$1.25 neighbor's house seeds
Nullos Card Club. Gore, second vice-president; Mrs. Branham, secretray. your :
Saturday Clum, third vice-president; Mrs. A. Turkey Supper painting, do him a real kindness by: "
6 P. M. to 8 P. \ .-Turkey supper, G. Kollock, fourth vice-president Per Strand Up
; The ladies of the Methodist church telling him about Sun Proof Paint
old Methodist la-
dies.postoffice building; Mrs. Victor Starbuck, corresponding will give a turkey supper at the old FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND and the Orlando Paint & Wall Paper
secretary; and Mrs. F. A. Curtis, postoffice building on Orange avenueon OAK WOOD
Company 205 South Orange arena
'Enthusiastic Meeting of Equal Suf- treasurer.The Saturday evening from 5:30 to 8. Orlando Wood YardB.
frage League Orlando league is an enthusi- A delicious menu has been prepared. iJ

The Woman's Equal Suffrage astic one and will accomplish muchin Come and bring your friends. W. Kingsley, Proprietor
informing women on the questions "
500" and Fridge
League met yesterday morning in Telephone 3.I,:
Unity Chapel, much business coming about voting and the uplift of women The hospitality committee at the 9-30
and protection for children. Rosalind Club for this announce -
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have the photo play, "Your Girl and For Mrs. Harris I i that there will be five hun- -
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frage, shown on Wednesday morning, tained most delightfully yesterday !begin promptly at eight-thirty.
afternoon, and evening, February 3, : afternoon with a tea in honor of her Wednesday Card Club
at the Grand theatre. house guest, Mrs. R. L. Harris, of The Wednesday Card Club was en- FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL t

Miss Safford, the state president, I Jacksonville. There were about sixty tertained by Mrs. Sperry yesterday. @
saw it, while at the national conven- friends who called during the after- Three members were absent, Mrs.

tion at Nashville, Teniu, and is enthusiastic j 1 I noon. The house was beautifully dec- Stuart, Mrs.\ Dale and Mrs. Watson Established 1886
about having it shown in orated with cerise carnations and substituting for them. Escalloped

Orlando. Manager Tallman of the ferns. Individual ices, cakes, tea and I[oysters, saltines, stuffed olives and

Grand was consulted and Miss Emma coffee were served, Mrs. Carr being I II I chocolate and cake were served. CURTIS
Hainer given charge of arrangementsto I I assisted by Mrs. T. Picton Warlow, !, Buffet Luncheon

sell tickets and will appoint a committee I Mrs.\ Geo. Newell, Mrs. Edna Fuller, The "Bee-gi-woo-chee" crowd was
to assist her. Several theatre I I Mrs. Geo. Keller, Mrs. Louis Dolive, I delightfully entertained to a course
parties have already been planned I Miss\ Margaret Hart, and Miss Mollie\ : buffet luncheon last evening by Miss INSURANCE LOANS t

and the Grand will no doubt be Ray. i iI \Mary Robinson, chairmingly assistedby I

crowded at all performances.Miss I 1 I Twentieth Century Club her sister, Miss Fannie Robinson,
Safford spoke of the defeat of The Twentieth Century Club met I at the home of her father, Mr. B. M. REAL ESTATE RENTALS",

the suffrage bill in congress, as en- I I on Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. I Robinson, on East Jackson street.
couragnig since the majority who Kollock at her home on East Concord. The event vied with the New Year's t

voted against it was so small, and it The second act of Richard II. was I party at "Bee-gi-woo-chee" camp except ,.
was the first time the question had read, and current events given. Mrs. it was more dignified. It was a L.F01 .

ever been up. The next time will A. R. Bogue will be hostess for the I most pleasing social function, the

without doubt be a victory. club next week. Misses Robinson presiding with grace !
I I REVF---Bia3Io: 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main
The*suffrage tea to be held at the Review by Miss Gordon and charm.IN .

home of Mrs. Helen Wright will be Miss Eleanor Gordon gave a most I Street. ,

on January 29th, when all women, interested interesting review on "Recent Poetry"at TAMPA: ON BUSINESS

in the cause or not, are in- the Unity Circle' yesterday after I
Seven Room House South Orlando.
vited. Mrs. Kollock and Mrs. Bear- noon. Many ladies were present to Mr. Geo. C. Sanderson., who spends
dall are in charge of the program and enjoy the talk. the. season around Orlando buying ff.)

refreshments. Mrs. John Schnarr :Miss Robertson Hostess I and shipping fruit, produce, etc., has
Two New Five Room Houses South West Orlando. j
will give her paper on "Florida LaW I Miss Margaret Robertson was hostess gone to Tampa for a week, leaving jj

Regarding Children" on that date, I for the "Be Natural" Girls on yesterday afternoon on the Tampa j

owing to so much business at this Wednesday afternoon at her home onComing Special. i 1

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SENTINEL FOR 11-8-tfc Inquire RENT-Large No. 8 West, attractive Washington room.St. J-ull'1ber.: Latll einclon : 811il'1 ::1<. &

FOR RENT-Small flat, modern con-
veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A.
WANTSThe Knox. 11-3-tf

10-25-tf to adults only. 409 Delaney street. r'

Morning Sentinel Want
.' Directory is the Greatest Want TO RENT-Two pleasant rooms for : LAN* DO
Ad Medium In Orlando. light housekeeping, for adults. 510
West Central.
Terms Cash in Adranee.
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For One Day ______________25t
For Three Days ____________sOc WANTED-Position as experienced Royal Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Six Days ---____________-75e chauffeur, in or out of city. No
ARE YOU ONE OF THEM? For One Month ____________$2JO bad habits. Address "Chauffeur," --_ .- -- --
This rate applies on all ads of care of G. E. Powell, Church street. -- - --'- --
who 25 words or less. If the ad con- l-12-3t
There are many people tains more than 25 words the rate . " IMiMMIIIIiMMiMMiMllilMlilillllliiilMlilMMMMMIMiiSUBTROPICAL : ,,..,.
have been in Orlando long will be one cent per word for WANTED TO RENT-Two or three
enough to have decided to each additional word, for each in- room furnished or unfurnished cot-
sertion.If tage, in suburbs, with fruit and some
a you can't bring your ad to ground for garden; must be in good
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- neighborhood and reasonable. Mrs.J. EXPOSITION
counts opened by telephone will be S. McRaven, 202 East Robinson.
We have listed on our books a payable the following day.
A\.7ED-Good housekeeper, be-
Every Home-Every Business tween 40 and 50 years of age, MIDWINTER
fewGENUINE Every Man has use for a without children, Easy work and
BARGAINSthat Sentinel Want Ad. household conveniences. Telephoneto
D. B. Stewart, Apopka, Fla., or
write Box 163, Apopka, Fla. No con-
we would be pleased to sumptive need
apply. 1-10-tfc
have you see. The prices FOR SALE .
range in value from $1700.00to WANTED-Middle aged woman for
FOR SALE-24 acres good citrus. house work. Apply Box II., care
$9500.00, and every one of land, 4 miles from court house, facing Sentinel. 1-5-tf
them will bear closest- investigation one-fourth mile on proposed brick FEB. 9-13 1915EDUCATIONAL

x road. $500, take it in next 30 days.. LOST-j-Silver mesh bag with name 9
Call in and let us take you P. O. Box 486. 1.13.6t'FOR engraved on inside and monogramon

out, and show you what we SALE-Story & Clark upright I and outside money., containing Reward valuable for return papers of

have. grand piano won by Miss Myrtle I same. Mrs. S. W. Straley, 732 North 1-
Weeks in the recent contest will be Orange avenue. 1-13-tfc
sold for benefit of Baptist church i Embracing-Agriculture, Horticulture Floriculture, Domestic
ORLANDO BUILDING LAND COII building fund. Piano may be seen FOUND-Emergency crank for self-
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. starting automobile. Owner can Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry,
Weeks, 10 Washington street. have same by identifying
North Orange Avenue -13-tfc paying for this ad. Call propertyand at this and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo Sports

PHONE 608 912 ABBOTT TOURING-- CAR-Fine office. 1-10-tf AreoplansLectures and Entertainments of all kindsFor

OPPOSITE SAN JUAN NOTE condition, for sale cheap; or willexchange BUYERS AND SELLERSI
FRED B. DALE for real estate. C. D. Kirk,
C. H. BRYANT General Delivery, city. l-12-6t buy, sell rent, and exchange real
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., Information or premium list, address
DAVIS a GILES. Co...el FOR SALE-A very attractive mod over 30 years. Have handled over .
F. A. PEPPERCORN. Contractor ern home on large lot with private 20000000. Call and see m..!. WM. R. O'NEAL Sec'y H. H. DICKSON Pres.VYC
lake front; beautiful view of three 10- -3m F. A. LEWTER. ;
large lakes; also adjoining lot a beautiful -
building site, set with young TEN ACRES overlooking Orlando;
trees; private lake front. See the all cleared; fine land; good home
owner at 98 Lakeview avenue. site. $2,000. II. C. McDaniel. Phone
"DIXIE LIMITED"Between l-9-6t 708.

FOR SALE-At half price. 50 sewer Now is the time to buy your seed
pipe 12 inch; 130 sewer pipe, 8 Irish potatoes. Wilson & Toomer ..
inch; 270 drain tile, 6 inch; 1 sulky have the Improved Rose No. 4 and .
J ckaonville, Chicago and St. Loots plow; 1 riding cultivator. Arbor Bliss Triumph, grown specially for
Villa, Colonial Drive and East City them, and inspected by U. S. gave.n-
Reestablished January 6, 1915 Limits. l-8-6t* ment. See H. C. McDaniel, agent. $
Phone 708. l-8-12t* yur' pt9JiRIJ.
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Northbound Daily Southbound FOR SALE-At a bargain, five room
house two lots, small stable and
9:35 am Lv. Jacksonv'eMacon Ar. 7GOpm:
chicken house; grapefruit and orange
5:08 Ar. Lv.11:45
pm am
trees on place. Inquire at 722 Center :MANUFACTURE all - -
8:03pm Ar. Atlanta Lv. 8:35 am classes of hairRoods
12:18 am Ar. Chattan'ga Lv. 4:37 am street. 1-8-Iwk ; prices reasonable and work
4.50 am Ar. Nashville Lv. 12.10 am first class. Call and see us at 303
9:28 am Ar. Evansville Lv. 7:30pmLv. FOR SALE-To those only who have Garland street. 1-6-lmo
6:35 pm Ar. Chicago 11:30 am cash capital to invest in winter
homes; also big acreage in groves and KINCAID AND SNO\VOEN\
.2:59 pm Ar. St. Louis __ _L!. :15 pm trucking lands. Address Box 814, WE HAVE NOW READY FOR DELIVERY .
Orlando. ,18lmocFOR Irish Potatoes, warranted
Solid Train CompartmentObservation free from scab or other diseases.
cars, Standard Pullman cars and Drop me a card or phone 708 and let
SALE--SO land, 20 fenced.
coaches, between Jacksonville and acres us talk over jour requirements 1 Orlando's and Cheapest
10 cleared ready for setting trees Largest
Chicago. Standard Pullman sleepers will make it to our mutual) advantare. -
close to depot 3 miles from Orlando.
Jacksonville to St. Louis.DINING . II. C. McDaniel.
Cheap if sold in 30 days. Lock BoNo. '
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CARS NOTICi-I have accepted agency for FURNITURE HOUSE
Wilson & Toomer's fertilizers in
FOR SALE-One! seven passenger Orange county and will appreciate
six cylinder: automobile, 1 year old, the patronage of their old customers,
Atlantic Coast] Line first class condition. Don't answer and hope to make new friends for this Orlando
unless interested. Address Bargain, firm. Their Ideal brands are too well Cor. Main and Pine Sts.
Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. care of Sentinel. 11-14-tf known for any comment at my hands.
My experience as a grower of both

G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., ---- --FOR-RENT-- fruit saying and, as vegetables their agent warrants, I can we be of in I _____ ........... J _

Tampa, Florida. FOR RENT-To single adult, very real service to those who have grove
desirable furnished room, with all I trouble. I am prepared to give to
convenience::, in choice neighborhood. my patrons not only my own experience
Apply 408 .East Pine street.. but that of the firm, which covers r.
l-13-6t every detail of the citrus and \ejr-
Real Estate
Boughtand citrus industry. H. C. McDameL
FOR RENT-Large, pleasant furnished Phone 708.EIGHTEEN.
rooms; in good location; '
with private family; close in. 302 AND A HALF ACRES
North Orange avenue. l-9-6t* of land on Lake Gatlin; sixteen in .
five year old oranges and grapefruit; B Bell! He Nev Year Biili[

Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash FOR RENT-Furnished, large pleasant dition.overlooks four lakes; in perfect con- [ i
room; bath hot and cold water; Price $12,000. Nothing better -
and $1.00 per week buys a Lot electric lights; private family; close in Florida, unless it is the prop-
RENTS COLLECTED. in.1-12-6t Phone 520. 312 North Main. erty below described. ,

Notary Work Promptly and Neatly -- TWENTY ACRES, in good neighborhood -
Done. A NEW SIX ROOM HOUSE for sale, ; fine land; 10 acres in betty -
with fireplace, bath room and cit ing trees; good lake protection; good
water. Inquire of C. W. Rowe, Edge crop on trees Price $10,000 with Cook and Heat ,
N. P. HATCHERORLANDO wood street, Concord Park. 1-10-61 fruit; or owner will keep fruit, de-
ducting $2,000 for same. Offered only .
FOR RENT-Furnished or unfur for reasons beyond owners control. I
,FLORIDA nished rooms for light housekeep- See II. C. McDaniel for particulars.
I ing. Apply to 601 East Central avenue Phone 708.LAKE. .
Office at Pinehurst ParkP.
or phone 591. l-10-6tc WITH
O. Box 281
PHONE 405 '08In. FOR RENT-New five room bunga I
i low; screened throughout; bath;
open air sleeping apartment; hot and
cold water; electric lights; best resi SITE I
t ORLANDO dence section; six blocks from business -
center. Call Western Union o f- -

fice.FOR RENT-Furnished rooms l-10-6tc for I I GAS.Lt ;

t PLUMBING CO light housekeeping, on first, second I Four miles from Orlando, one
and dren third floors; no objection to chi I I mile from Post Office, Schoolsand
over 12 or under 1 year. 300
i East Concord. Phone 380. 1-2-tfc Churches and Packing
26 WEST PINE STREET House. On good road just one

PHONE 122 SEVEN ROOM, new stucco cottage, mile from Orlando Sandford
one block from Eola park; commands

Best Plumbing Prices at Lowest H.FOR modern C. RENT-6 McDaniel fine view improvements,of room phone city.house 708.;Price furnished with$5,500.all(; ginia road.Surrounded Citrus Pine Land Timber.with by fine water Groves: protection ; Vir t Thell n Y llJll' Sllr lJ. be IIaBDY J '" t

$150 season 3 months. One cottage, and beautiful lake
for light housekeeping, $30 a month. frontage
i We are not in the combine. -
Room and board for couple of tour
f SLAUTER'S latest inrentions used ists, $12 per week. Inquire Cooper Sixty Acres at
i .n all bratclassPlumbing & Atha. 1213lmFOR fa.

RENT-Rooms, with or without
Construction: $20 Per Acre
board; also rooms for light housekeeping

r to 4 rooms; several, each apartments at very reasonableprices. from 1 ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.

t: NEIL McDUFFEE Inquire of F. L. Anderson,
112 West Church street. Phone 45 y.
__ _df 12-6-tf Think of it and see

f Contractor and Builder FOR RENT'. seven room house; water GAS DEPARTMENTT

f: Specialtylging. gas, electric lights, bath, etc.; ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO.
Bungalows a
barn, stable, chicken house; lot 100 bj ,
;- iOO feet. Apply at 735 North Orange
\rtJde ! Orion Ltt ..
I \enue. 10-Jl-tf Watkins Block PHONE 504
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= About two years ago I thought I had sold out my business and so advertised, but at the last moment :

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

J f!j>ALE with Stock, Fixtures, Good-will and Lease of Store Room; and that a liberal reduction will be made ;

: for the entire business, and in the meantime, I will close out t he stock at cost and below cost in many instances, and that the sale will continue as long as there is a dollar's worth of goods .

_ : left, or until some one buys the stock and good.\\ill. There will be no slip this time as I am positively. going out of business. l\ly books are open to any intending purchasershowing a constantly ;

: increasing business, ALL CASH, and very lIttle slow! stock. My reason for sellIng IS partly poor health, and principally because I made up my mInd some years ago to quit the .

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


25c. kind for ____________________________ .18cSOISETTES $5.50 kind for ____$3.50
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$1.50 kind for __________________________$1.15 LADIES HANDKERCHIEFSCOTTON BLANKETS-

$1.25 kind for ________________1___________95c 35c. kind for _____________________________25c $2.75 kind for ________$2.00
$1.00 kind for ____________________________80c 25c. kind for _____________________________20c $2.50 kind for--__--_-_-_-_-_-_-__-_-_-_--_-_-__-_-________$1.35; .'.

75c. kind! for _____________________________55c CURTAIN GOODS$1. > kind for ----------------------$1.0. j jI

60c. kind for ____________________________ 45c50c.
25c. kind for ______________J.____________19c $125.00 kind for _______93c
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20c. kind for :! 15c I ;
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I SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES- 15c.I kind for _- ___________________________lOc LADIES FLANNELETTE GOWNS 2: j]
10 and 12i,{.c. kind for _____________________OSc ;$1.00!; kind for ---------------------______80ev : t l
81x99 Sheets, 90c. kind for 68c 75c. kind for __
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.. 72x99 Sheets, 85c. kind for_______ __________63c LADIES 60c. kind for _____45CoOc.
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81x90 Sheets, 85 C. kind 63c kind for __
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72x90 Sheets, 80c. kind for _________________58c
kind for ____________ _____________20c
63x90 Sheets, 70c. kind for _________________52c .
The above are all 1st quality, seamless sheets, stockis $3.00 kind for $2.00
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$1.50 kind for _________________________
$2.00 kind for __________________________$1.50 $1.15
not large; get them at once, if you want any. $1.00 kind for _________.,__________________80c 1
: $1.50 kind for _______,.__________________$1.00

45x36 Pillow Cases, 25c. kind for ____________19c $1.00 kind for ____________________________80c MEN'S WORK SHIRTS{ .

: 45x36 Pillow Cases, 22./,:. kind for _________17c I COAT SUITS AND HATS- 50c. kind for -___________________:.,.________40cMEN'S I '
: 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 HEAVY UNDERWEAR
refused. 50c. kind for ___________________--____40c
42x3 Pillow Cases, 12./_c. kind for __________=lOc

OUTING FLANNEL- 121/jC. kind for _______________ -___________09c ..
: $1.00 kind for __________________75c
12V c. kind for -__________________________lOc Special Nainsook finish, 12 / c. kind for _____09c ----------

lOc.' kind for 08c Hope Muslin, lOc. kind for _____________--_OSc SILK HOSE-
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: Ginghams, lOc. kind for ___________________OSc $1.00 kind for ________________________________75c c

: POPLINS- 45 Ginghams, 12c. kind for _________________lOc 50c. kind for ------------------___________40c35c ,

: 25c. and 35c. kind for __________ _1______19c I Percales, 12V c. kind for ___________________lOc kind for ----____________________--____25c

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

: And will continue as long as there is anything leit. :

:t -c-I- :N oard. a.n 1O6 Orange av :

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SALE OF LAMFARM/ give the Florida vegetable marketing

bureau encouragement and support

Hammond Gore sufficient to enable it to become an ORLANDO ROOFINGAND
Geo.. Mayer Has Sold 40 Acre effective ipstrument for securing bet- ..

Farm for $10,000-18 a ter marketing conditions. Get to


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REAL VALUES LOW PRICES Here are bargains direct from

I Geo. Mayer has just completed the the owner it will pay you to Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
COMPARE sale of his Lake View farm of forty look into: ,

I acres to Palmer & Carris for about No 1 and Rubber RoofingsCornices

I OUR FURNITUREWe ten thousand dollars. This is one off 2-acre farm just over city

I I r the best dairy farms in this neigh- limits, 120 fruit trees, mostly Skylights. Heating. Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
borhood and is situated just outsideof bearing 1000 plant pinery, cov-
provide the quality of furniture that has long
the southeast corner of the city ered,. and in bearing; 6-room
been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as thE Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It limits. nearly new bungalow, mostly
wouldn't Ix here were it otherwise. We ca 't make He is to be congratulated on this furnished new; stable, hen

this point too clE"'dr-it is one of the fuundai on stones:= sale as it shows his progressivenessin house. Well fenced and good soil.

of this business, and that means much to any bujer.McNffll that the bill of sale requires the A dandy little fruit and poultry ---- -- ----- ------ .-- --
I purchaser to put up a substantial farm. Price $1500.00. MMIMMIMIIMMMM .HiililllliliiilBY
house in addition to the handsome No: 2 i

& DAVIS BLOCK, I residence already on the property.Mr. On Lakeview avenue, one lot, SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT :

Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.. Orlando, Fla. Mayer and wife are old Vir- 100x620; 40 young fruit trees, 1 '
ginia farmers and have already a $650.00.Vould sub-divide into LUCERNE

J handsome bungalow in their adjoining 4 or 5 lots, and bring three Saturday B: l January 23rd t .

'. .s _c.r t grove, partially built, although times this. ThEATRE t

the sale was only made last Tuesday.Mr. No. 3
The Society Event of the Theatrical Season
I Mayer, although an elderlyman 4 lots in Oakwood Park, .

is not content to rest on his suc- I fenced in together, covered with ENGLISH

cess, but is going right ahead and has 60 4-year old fruit trees. '
employed II. \V. Fillman to assist him I Would make a little chicken and' BOSTON OPERA COMPANY

to grade and transplant orange trees : fruit place; price $120.00 each, ;

around his new home, also to clear I lor $400.00 for all. ) In a Master Production of the World's Favorite Opera-
and set out a new grove of about five No.4 VERDI'S BEAUTIFUL

acres. i 1 1 lot. 58x150, 2 blocks from'
i{ He has still many lots for sale in P. O. Winter Park. This is'
The Mango is a Delicious Tropical Fruit '
j this section. Palmer and Carris are right in town, has 18 large fruit''' III TROVATOR [
n.mango i.one of tbe mot'pulartropkal Tbere are aU.rts and varieties of manlr'M. I to be congratulated on being able to
trees well fenced. Will 20 :
fruits-is luwwm sod appet'v+np. It may be but the Crest and must popular are Malgoba, ; pay
diced like peuhea (or brc.fiaat er de.wrt, lladenCnub diana. Ra.pt+ryGordon. I.agra. !! secure such a desirable property. cent. the investment at ;
or tbb.pulp may t.e.coolxd artk..y>ooD from IkDarai,Tolafui. PaSen. UrDDrtt and 5a.dtbeerater.leavroglhe 'per on .
akin as one d....i.eat. ends Royall'atmNut-ericcatdogforiti, / ;. $500.00.
: graprineit.,maraaalades Mingo,. utaey..1, are also; pickka.used fur pry than now ready twcutydour for dtatnbutinn dddereut: kinds., describes DO less I NEW BISHOP FOR CUBANew i: No.5 ; ; With the :Most Remarkable Cast of Stars Ever Heard in i
English Opera including
A Customer Eeasoncr Broilers': Fhsts: 2nd Descro First Prize I 10 acres on lake front in Chu- ', +
( Says : : Facizrj II York, Jan. 12.-Rev. Hiram
I luota fine for vegetables and !
For upward of thirty years uCilaotniaehestwtite'IOU; A part enlarv important fea- Hulse, archdeacon of the piscopalI GREATEST
Kraioaer Brother haregiven should certainly receive Crt tcre.f Koyai ralm Nurrrtesiatttir j luota, fine for fruit and veget- = JOSEPH{ F. SHEEHAN.A&'ERICfiN[[
bat effort ia bui.Uiug up prize for packing: and el-w for tie r'lJrpartmrat.. I attirty I diocese of New York, was today consecrated 'ables: I
age.eralaurserybueoeas.emgeonncsutkatrua?andeahy:! odd yean of labor Rrabracing $600.00No.
:trop;it.i r-tropical} elanls: A.othert ay.ria.rw; caner Brothers havegarnereda i a bishop of the church, and ,; 6 MIRTH CARMEN LOUIS HEMMINGARTHUR i
rod and :rey. is errs r re ectbusiise vast store r-f tree and plant
j Albion W.
plant; all orts of ornamental tJ.iting: -X tatncethelat kn...led e. This: is DOW at tbedisposal will Bishop Knightin The nicest 3-acre young grove t HAROLD J. GEIS DEANE
... .
., as wen as "almstrub. C:rista .A.oek.n.whenaeta; i of their u..tODH'r.frl'D the missionary district of Cuba.
.vine*and bu.bs.: I..trd1..04 was a red per.oaage. through. tbe t-er\lce )rpart.i. ,. in Florida located on the new HENRI DeVAREE EVLINE VAN AERNAM
i i. the liuif Coat ronnlry. havelbadsurblelieitopemg; .-. et.ThrcerreatRoyal Palm The ceremony of consecration took brick street, Central (i
where every sio i.itic: co-dil >a e*as when the FM*fromyou C a t.!o!g contains sevenleenchapi.
i. .deal the result *f. tkeirpatutakinr arrived. Tie<:an".d p.,..- .....<.f ictrrr.Uog and.- place in the new Cathedral of St. ,. 6-room bungalow with all modern I ELAINE DeSELLEM CLARK HARCOURT I
and i teliirent lag insured tbe good condition th..uti..iufor..tio..luablert
John the Divine, Bishop David II.
a reflected ia tnljinoni- tL the plant: your adJiUon to the library of every improvements; garage, hen | GRACE DOXSEE AND OTHERS
al from counties aatisied II e O d of gmwt.q egaal y farmer and fruit grower. For Greer presiding. Assisting Bishop
customers all over lie world. assured heir quality. free copy of this book write toJ house, etc. ,

REASONER BROS., 198 Benedict Ave., Oneco, Florida The Greer presenters were Bishops were Lines the and Right Knight.Rev. I I' This place is a dandy, and will \' The.Superb Boston English Opera Chorus,
interest the invest-
pay big on :
Dr. Charles S. Burch, suffragan bish- ment at $5,000.00.i and Augmented Orchestra Under .,
op of New York, and the Right Rev. i 7 Direction of Basil Harsfall.
- -- -- Dr. Thomas J. Garland, of Pittsburg.TO 1 .
1 lot 86x210 Lake Lucerne
i SALE i The most finished and artistic performance of 'IlTrovatore'ever
Dr. BuckmasterOSTEOPATH 30 fruit treeh beautiful
young taken Tour" is the verdict of
SECURE RACE HORSES : on Press and Public. b
Terms to Suit Purchaser i shade. This is a beauty and a ;
Good citrus and truck land, cleared, bargain.
in 5, 10. 20 or more acre plots, on David Lockhart superintendent of : PRICES a
brick road to be built this year, two j These are my own, you pay no
Graduate of Kirksville miles from Orlando. Phone 1024 4 the racing committee of the Subtropical -;no commission. I can give reasonable : : 50c. 75c. $1.00-$1.50 and $2.00 ii a
rings, or write II. G. Jackson, R. F. D. :Midwinter Fair, is in Jacksonvillefor terms if desired. ,

132 S. Orane" (,IIll(" No.1-7-lmo 2, Orlando* for appointment. the purpose of securing stablesfor I I I I Call arid talk it over. Seats will be placed: on sale at DeLaney's Drug-Store. t%
fair week and to make substantial .L. H. SPENCER
! Monday morning, January 18.
mmm BANK PHONE m additions to the racing program.He I I .i 733 West Central Ave. i
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Chas H. Baker, County Agricul- :' RETIRE

tural Advisor and Demonstration

[ Ladies Aids of Methodist and Gainesville, FUu, Jan. 12.-Anticipating -

J Presbyterian Churches May Agent the receipt of commissions by

Continue Chautauqua PLOW IT their Democratic successors, lions.

MovementThe Yes, huryr and plow it, but I hope Robert W. Davis and Perry M. Col-

son, the present register and receiver
have done becausethe
you so already,
Ladies Aid societies of the time for plowing to best advan- of the United States land office, Hons. r

Presbyterian and Methodist churches tage is now quite short. For years Henry S. Chubb and Shields Warren,

have in consideration a plan from the department of agriculture, in its have been busy, aside from their offi-

Davidson continue the Chau- cial routine, in getting together their I
Mra. to efforts to help farmers and growers,

tauqua movement. has advised deep fall breaking for personal effects which have accumu-

f They will hold a meeting Thursdayto the South and has shown the need lated in the offices during their incumbency 11 0 1 at atri .}.

act upon this matter and will nof of it, greater in Florida than else and as soon as those who + h e
have recently been take
doubt come to some agreement. where; yet still one hears more objection appointed

I f- They propose an eight day program than satisfaction, and still a charge of the affairs, Col. Chubb expects -

with some of the old favorites good part of he breaking in our to leave for Princeton Dade

among them Dr. Geisall who never I county is left till the last moment, county, where he has abeautiful and 5

fails her audience and to comforably arranged home, there to I
to please ; : and is not much but scratchwork.
before the at remain for a much needed rest and recuperation I
place the tickets public PLOW IT t

very low prices. Success will be as- Yes, plow it. Plow it deep accord- from exertion due to a
long and active official and social caI I
sured from the start. : ing to your soil, so as to make a

loose ample seed bed that will hold reer. Capt. Warren, who, we are I 1.

THE DAILY NOVELETTE glad to state, will remain a citizenof
in the moisure, and with the grass

and weeds below, will produce he humus Gainesville, entering actively into I
the business of Warren & ;
Goin archi-
Cold Feet ,
The Virtue of without which you rsoil can not
the tects, will go to Apalachicola his for- :
Signor Bannani, goldvoicedtenor be productive, while you are thus

sat on the edge of a hole in the enabled to bring forward and bring mer home, for a short visit. I!

ice and let his feet dangle in he water out your corn or other crop in good j

which was at a temperature of shape without any indirect unneces- FORTORTH VOTES ON NEW !

56 degrees below zero but which be- sary work, merely by light, flat use CHARTER i!

cause of some salt water fish which of the cultivator. Think what complaint : r ig r

were moving below the surface did was heard of the drought last Fort Worth Tex., Jan. 12.-A ref

not freeze. season, what strings the erendum election on the proposed new
The world's greatest tenor was cold twisted into and what poor scanty charter for the city of Fort Worth is I I

all over but especially about the feet, stuff was often turned out. Yet there in progress today. The Young Men's

because, besides being in the water, were some crops that with only the Business League has conducted a vigorous -

they were destitute of shoes. light, shallow culture did not flag or campaign for the adoption of l

By his side reposed his shoes, as fire, and gave a reasonable if not am- the new charter. I

well as the ax with which he had ple yield. Why? Because the land I

broken the hole in the ice. had been deeply broken and properly A CORRECTION conner
I Prolific Fr r1
"Oh, ambition, thou wilt be the prepared. I can tell you more about -- I It t II Grape

death of me!" shivered Signor Ban- this any time if you would like to inquire Mention was made in the last issue

ranL about it.PLOW of the Sentinel of the arrest and con- i

Yes, he sat there until his object IT viction of 1Ir.V.. A. Dade for speed- iA

had been attained. Yes, plow it. Don't wait any longer ing. This was incorrect. Mr. Dade

II. and don't do it with only one an- was arrested charged with exceeding as Compared with Mid-Season and late

Late that afternoon he presented imal if you have two, or can get the speed limit, but when the case

himself before Maxfield Tieldmax them. By all means use two, and if came up for trial, the gentleman was Grape Fruit as an Income ProducerDuring

impsessario, who was half frantic be- for any reason you want actually to, acquitted, and the Sentinel is glad o

cause no substitute had yet been turn he surface growths way under,
the correction.
the past five season's grapefruit shipped in straight carlots
found for Ignace Google, the sick not easy work everywhere at this through

bass who was to sing "Guggenheim"that season then use a "jointer" and be NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION-- -- the Florida Citrus Exchange has averaged during October $2.98 per box f.o.b. ; during

night."I satisfied. No, not a coulter or "cut-

am now ready to sing the part ter;" that's not it; a jointer. I can Whereas. the Legislature of the State of October and November$2.78 per box f.o.b. ; during December, January and february -
the 1913. did create the
Florida for year
of "Guggenheim" in tonight's opera," tell you if you will ask me, where County of Seminole out of the northern por-
announced the world's greatest tenor. you may see the advantage of this tion of the County of Orange thereby materially (midseason), $2.34 ; during March, April and May, (late), $2.39 ; during June
reducing the boundaries of Mid Countyof
For lo, his incomparable tenor, cou- near Orlando. Two large fields side Orange; and. and July, (very late) $2.241per box, f.o.b., showing conclusively that the Con-
pled with a beautiful cold in the lar- Whereas at this the regular meeting of the
both had
by side heavy growth of County Board of Public Instruction of Orange ,
ynx, had resulted in a gorgeous bass! grass and weeds with some corn County, Florida in the month of July. 1914. ner Prolific variety, ripening its fruit for marketing purposes and going to Aiarket
it H desired to change the boundaries of the
And the next day the critics wrote stalks; they have bothbeen plowed, County School Board Districts BO as to placein '
October is worth 64c. per box more than midseason grapefruit, and going to the
themselves into ecstacies each district as nearly as practicable the
over Signor one shows the ragged remains ofgrass
number of qualified voters the lines of said
Bannani's incredible range and ver- and corn stalks and is roughall districts to be drawn so as to place each Election market in October and November, which is its regular season is worth 44c. per box
District wholly within one or another
satility. over, the other is almost as of said County School: Board District;
smooth as a lawn with hardly a stem Now therefore be it resolved, by the County more than midseason grapefruit, 39c. per box more than late grapefruit and 53c. per
Board of Public Instruction of Orange
APPROPRIATION BILL IS UP FOR appearing. It was plowed with a County, Florida that the boundaries of the box more than very late grapefruit.In .
three School Board District, in Or-
jointer and anybody can do the same.
. In my rips about I am often sur- ange County.and Florida fixed as be follows and they: are herebydetermined addition to this you save loss in number of boxes by dropping from the trees,

County School Board District :No. 1
Washington, Jan. 12.-The Districtof prised by the difference shown in the Beginning at the northeast corner of section by thorning, by growing light and punk) and by other means making culls in the
Columbia appropriation bill was plowing. I see lots of work called 15. township 22. south of range 30 east, and
thence to the northwest of
again today up for consideration in "turned under" when it is only one the ran northeast Quarter of section 16.corner township fruit, a loss totaling often one-fourth on the production of a tree, and by picking
22. south of range 29 east; hence south to
senate, and Democratic leaders cut of ground leaned up against another the southwest corner of the southeast Quarterof fruit early you save twenty-five per cent of your crop. Twenty-five per cent of the
were ready if opportunity presented, -never was "turned under" at section 15. township 22. south of range 29
thence west to the northwest of
east corner
to force a vote on the measure duringthe j all; but after all it is a simple thingto section 19. township 22 south of range 29 crop adds to each box a value about 75c., totaling $1.40 per pick d box for Conner
day. east; thence south to the southwest corner of
turn stuff under if
want to
so you section 7. township 23. south of range 29 Prolific grapefruit\ above varieties that must be shipped from January on throughthe
With the District supply measure do it use he jointer, and when you cast; thence east to the southeast corner of
section 12. township 23. south of range 29
out of the way, senate leaders, including plow it east; thence north to the northeast corner of season until June and July.

Senator Fletcher, who is piloting PLOW ITWINDERMERE section 1. township 23. south of range 29
east; thence east to the southeast corner of
the government ship purchasebill section 34, township 22, south of range 30;

through the senate, are deter- ITEMS thence Containing north to the the following place of Election beginning Districts These figures furnished by Cashier of Florida Citrus Exchange, and may be cer-

mined to press the measure for gen- to-wit. One and Two.
eral debate. County School Board District N*. J tified to by him.
Although the
shippingbill the northwest of the
Windermere Fla. Beginning corner
Jan. .--Mr.
has been before the senate sev- southeast quarter of section 16. township 22.
and Mrs. H. S. Lyon and Mr. L. Lyon south of range 29 east; thence run north to -- -- -
eral days ab! the unfinished business, northwest" corner of the northeast quarter of
the have arrived here this week for the section 10. township 22, south of range 29:
barring supply measures, but lit-
winter from Wauseon, Ohio and thence east to the northeast corner of see- I
tle progress has been made on it, the tion 10, township 22 south of range 29 east;
District brought Mrs. Lyon's brother and; thence north to the northeast corner of section OCKLA W AHA NURSERIES
appropriation bin already 27, township 21, south of range 29 east;
wife Mr. and Mrs. Vern Lee, of Mo-
having consumed three days of de thence west! to the northwest corner of section
renci, Mich., with them. 30. township 21. south of range 29 east; I
bate. thence north to the northeast corner of see-
Wednesday guests at Rossmore Inn Hon t 36. township 20. south of range 28 east; i O. W. CONNER ProprietorBox
Republican leaders the senate insist
in ,
thence northeasterly along Wekiva river to
were Mr. and Mrs. F. Walker MissR.
that the bill should not be passed, the north line of Orange County; thence west I
P. Clark, Mrs. S. A. Wright, and to the northwest. corner of Orange County; FloridaCONNER
and declared their intention of pro- thence south to the southwest corner of Orange S Tangerine
Miss C. E. Wright, of Orlando.Mr. I ,
discussion of County; thence east to the southeast j
longing the
as and Mrs. J. C. Palmer and Mr. corner of section 36, township 24. south of I I
much as possible. range 28 east thence north to the northwest j
and Mrs. H. C. Luff called on Kis- corner of section 19, township 22, south I
The fact that but little I
progress simmee friends Sunday. of range 29 east, thence east to the southI I
has thus far been made on the ad- east comer of the southwest quarter of sec- |
Mrs. Bert Johnson, daughter Olive turn 15. township 22, south of range 29 east j i|
ministration legislative program is I thence north to the place of beginning. j
and son Ted, of Cleveland Oho, are Containing the following Election Districts. ..--,,.: ; _. ."" .
causing the Democratic l leaders con- visiting Mrs. Johnson's parents, Mr. to-wit; 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12, 13. 14.County :;;;! .r73.;. ,-' 7l.i ._;t -; :, - -
I .
siderable apprehension and they were School Board District >o. 3 i ,
and Mrs. Frank Smith. Beginning at the northwest! corner of the I ,,"':' '1Ss ....:;,... '-4t'j.; -
more firm than ever today to employ : .
northeast quarter' of section 15. township 22. j : "
Miss :
Eugenia Harrison of Wau-
every possible parliamentary effort to south of range :29 east; run thence north to j : ; i \ : : .
seon, Ohio, is visiting Mr. and Mrs.J. the northwest corner of the northeast quarter .< ;_
expedite the program, even to the extent of section 10. township 22. south of range 29 !' .
C. Palmer. east, thence east to the northeast corner ofsection ... .
of -
holding night sessions if nec- ? vv
II. Williams, Jr., and wife, and 10. township 22. south of range Z9 .: -
essary. east thence north to the northwest corner ofsection
M. R. Vaughn motored to Taft Sat- 26. township 21. south of range 29 .
east : thence east to the northeast corner of
COLORADO HAS NEW GOVERNOR urday. section 29. township 21. south of range 30 .... "
Miss Lizzie Palmer spent Tuesdayin east : thence south to the southeast corner ofsection ;+. .
32. township 21. south of range 30 -
Kissimmee. east thence east to PL Johns river: thencesoutheasterly --.i .
Denver, Colo., Jan. 12.-Governor .
along St. Johns river to the .
visitors here
George A. Carlson, Republican, who Sunday from Orlando southeast corner of Orange. county thence .... f
were Mr. and Mrs. Howe, Jr. and Sr. west to the southwest corner of section 31. .... ..
was inaugurated today, has defied the township 24. south of range 29 east : thence ;
> leaders of his party and cut loose on :Mrs. White, Mrs. Foss and Miss Foss. north> to the northwest. corner of section 18,
Those attending the dinner and town hip 25. south of range 29 east, thence
his own program for the bettermentof east to the northeast corner of section 13.
dance at Rossmore Inn Friday night township, 23. south of range 29! east; tbence
conditions in the afflicted state. north to the northwest corner of section 6,
were M. Arlington Miss Bunch Eda
township 23, south of 30 east thence
As the first aid to the injured, he is range ;
Persons. Julian Harris Mr. Wichten- east to the northeast corner of section 3.
seeking to heal the wounds of the recent township %3. south of range 30 east: thence
dahl. Orlando; Arthur Haggerty, Olive north to the northwest corner of section 4.
labor troubles of the
state by Johnson S. Robinson, Ruth Pan- township 2:, south of range 30 east: thence
putting forth a platform in which the west to the place of bfjptinnTContaining .
sing, E. E. Palmer, Gladys Gifford, the t-tttrfnr F'-et: *n Dist
claims of labor are recognized. He -wit: 3. 4. 16. 16, 17. 1*. f. 2V >
M. R. Vaughn Lizzie Palmer P. R.
declares he will stand for no inter- A< >rtH and ordered this Its _/ tt t
Jenks, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Luff Mr. A. D. 1914.
ference with his policies or appointments (Seat) JAS. A. KNOX Chairman.
and Mrs. J. C. Palmer, Windermere. Attest:
from the party leaders. J. F. McklNNON. Secretary e

MIGHT BE WORSE County of Orange-ss
I. J. F. McKmnon. secretary of the Boardof
Sanford, Fla., Jan. .-Mrs. Florence Public Instruction in .and for Orange
This is not original, but it is fairly Murphy Cooley president of the County Florida, certify that the foregoing is '\
a true and correct copy of the resolution and
good. Following a conference yesterday Florida Equal Franchise League, will order adopted by the County Board Of Public

when the ruin and depressing address the convention of Instruction of Orange County. Florida, this
tomorrow ';th day of July. A. D. 1914. changing deter
weather came in for its full share of the State Federation of Labor, on invitation mining and fixing the boundaries of the three ? s e .
abuse County Board School: Districts of Orange
a genuine "cracker" spoke up of the convention. The labor County. Florida.

and said: "With the North wrappedin In witness whereof I have hereunto set my
have already adopted a suffrage
men hand and official seal of the County Board of
snow, ice and sleet; and the rest of platform. Public Instruction of Orange County, Florida, j
the world a-fighting Orlando might I this 7th day of July. A. D. 1914. I
b* vorscroa" I II' Ot! the news in The Sentinel first. 1240--14. 1-S. 1$. 20-16 j PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT, ; YEAR OLD, ON SOUR ORANGE STOCK

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Bleached and Turkish Bath Towels .

) Brown Muslin Hemmed Heavy Weight t

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

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

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

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

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


' Three More Days of the Big Sale ;

Hundreds of other bargains not in this advertisement j
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: ''Res..d.y-To-'V\7ear Departro..E.nt., :

All Ladle's Coat Suits and 1'All Ladies' and Chidrens' Ladies' Skirts at Half Price Clearance Sale ofLadies :

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

$6.00 Skirts at -------------- 3.00 '
$10.00 Coat Suits at ----------$ 5.00 $2.50 Coats at ---------------$ 1.25 .
$7.50 Skirts at 3 75 i'
$12.50 Coat Suits at ----------$ 6.25 $3.00 Coats at ---- -.: -- -----$ 1.50 $2.50 and $2.75 Sweaters at ---$ 1.98
$8.00 Skirts at --------------- 4.QQ
$15.00 Coat Suits at ----------$ 7.50 $4.00 Coats at ---------------$ 2.00 $3.00 Sweaters at ------------ 2.25 r J
4.50 _
$9.00 Skirts at --------------$ J
$18.00 Coat Suits at $ 9.00 $5.00 Coats at $ 2.SO $3.50 Sweaters at Jjjjj 2.89
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$10.00 Skirts at 5.00
$20.00 Coat Suits at .: $10.00 $10.00 Coats at $ 5.00 $4.00 Sweaters at 3.19
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$25.00 Coat Suits at __ _______512.S0 I'I $12.50 Coats at --------------$ 6.25 $12.00 Skirts at --------------$ 6.00 $">.oo Sweaters at ____________ 3.98 1
$15.00 Skirts at -------- $ 7 SO
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$30.00 Coat Suits at $15.00 $15.00 Coats at $' 7.50 $6.00 Sweaters at
---------- -------------- ------------ 4.48

Coat Suits at $17.50 : $20.00 Coats at $10.00 Great Reductions in Evening Wraps, $7.50 Sweaters at Q
$35.00 ---------- -------------- ------------ 5.48
: Evening Dresses and Silk Dresses.Maraboa 1
$40.00 Coat Suits at $20 00 i $25.00 Coats at 12.50 -- $8.50 Sweaters at
---------- ------------- Neck Pieces at Half Prlce-- ------------$ 6.48

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

$60.00 Coat Suits at $30 00 I $3:->.00 Coats at 517.50 the latest styles, they are all listed to go $18.00 Sweaters at Q t
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Floor Dress Goods Department 2nd Floor Juvenile Department 1st Floor Men's Department MEN'S ODD PANTS a
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DRESS GOODS -- SUITS $3.50 Pants at -_______________$2.75
$3.50 Boys Suis at ___________$2.63 -- Pants at _______.__
$4.00 Boys Suits at __________$3.00 Tonight $15.00 Suits at- _____-______$10.75 $4.00$4.50 Pants at --- $3.25$375
42 45 in.inch Stripe Wool Crepe Crepe, $1.25$1.00 quality79c quality69c $4.50 Boys Suits at -----------$3.38 Imp Drama $18.00 Suits at _______________$12.75 $5.00 Pants at _____________$3.95
___ $5.00 Boys Suits at ---- -----$ _____________
43: in. Gabardine, $1.50 quality 98c $6.00 Boys Suits at $ 1111.1111.0' the Gates ot Paradise"Nester $20.00 Suits at ---__________$14.75 $6.00 pants at $4.75
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54 in. Broadcloth,$1.75 qujJity$1.10, $8.00 Boys Suits at __________$6.00 !;$22.50 Suits at _______$16.75 MEN'S-_ HATS-- L
38 in. Crepe and Albatros 75c.quality $8.50 Boys Suits at_________6.38 I Comedy I $1.50 Hats at ______________$1.15
.. tic __________
------------------- Suits at $18.75
: $1.50" I 1$2.00 --
$10.00 Boys Suits at ---------- His $2.00 Hats at $1.50
45 in. Wool Taffeta, 85c quality--59c I DOD Gone LuckAnd" ---------------
$12.00 Boys Suits at $9.00 : $2.50 Hats at _____$1.75
56 in.puality Beaver___Cloaking_________$2.00____$1.29 BOYS HATS Eclair Drama OVERCOATS $3.00 Hats at _____________$2.23
$15.00 Overcoats at ---------$10.7iJ $3.50 Hats at ____$2.75
Plaids, ---------
54 in. Camels Hair $2.00 50c and 60c Boys Hats ---------39c "The Jewel oi Allah"Pay .
_________ Overcoats __ $4.00 Hats at ----------$335
quality $1.29 ________ 49c $16.50 at $11.75
---------------- 75c Boys Hats I ------- :: =
54 in. Lambs Wool Cloaking, $3.00 $1.00 Boys Hats _______________69c $18.00 Overcoats at ___ ______$12.75 HEN'S SHIRTSquahty
_______________$1.98 $1.50 Boys Hats ______________98c a"ISlt to our Soda Fountain and Lunch- I : $1.00 Shirts at _____________83c
One lot Wool Dress Goods, value _____________ $20.00 Overcoats at ------_"$14.75
.$2.00 Boys Hats $1.48 eonette. Admission Free until 6.30 p.m. I $1.50 Shirts at ___________$1.19
up to $1.50, your choice for48c I$3.00 Boys Hats --------------$1.98 Admission, Nights, Children, oc, Adults, lOc. ,j$22.50 Overcoats at ---_____$16.75 $2.00 Shirts at __________$L69

First Floor Shoe Department 3rd Fl33r Ibuse: Furnishing Department:

Money Saving Sale in FootGROCERY.. DEP ARTME\{ T.-lst Floor
Clearance Sale ol 1 Blankets
wear for Men, Women and Children
SHOES FOR MEN 1 Can California Peaches, value25c_: 3 Cans Lye Hominy, value__________40c and Comforts
$6.00 Shoes, C. H. Aldens, sale price_$- .59 1 Can California Apricots, value-----25c 2 Cans Cindarilla Peas, ..value35c

$5.00, Shoes, C. H. Aldens, sale price$3.79 1 1 Can Can California California Cherries Pears, value, value--_-_-__--_30c 30c 3 Cans Tomatoes, value I ____________SOc
$4.50 Shoes, A. W. & ., sale priceS3.48 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 ------- 1,89SHOES
Tan, Gun Metal, Patent and Kid 4 Cans Montarosa Corn, value _______80c 4 Ibs. Extra Fancy Peaches, value ____60c $3.25 COMFORTS FOR ------- 2.69
$6 Shoes, Wichert &Gardiner, sale$4.89 4 Cans V. C. Early J. Peas, value ____60c 3 Ibs.Extra Fancy Roasted Coffee, $1.05 $7.50 COMFORTS FOR 5.98 A
$5 Shoes, Wichert & Gardiner, sale$3.98
$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
$4 Shoes, Red Cross & Drew, sale __$3.17 5 Ibs Lump Starch, value -------____40c 1 lb. Cream Cheese, value ______:____25c $1.50 BLANKETS FOR 1.29
$3.50 Shoes, E. P. Reed, sale price$2.79 7 Bars Lenox: Soap, value ____35c ------
$3.00 Shoes, Landis, sale price _____$2,29 1 Bottle Blueing value -___________05c 2 pkgs. Best Macaroni, value 30c I
2 pkgs. Mothers Oats, value _________25c $3.00 BLANKETS FOR 1.98lIISSESANI5
One Lot Ladies Shoes and Oxfords, $1.00 6 packages Pearline, value ----______30c -------
2 Bars Ivory Soap, value lOc 6 Cans V. C. Cream, small, value _____SOc
1 eel. starch, value ------------____Ooc 2 pkgs. Shreaded Wheat, value ______SOc $4.00 BLANKETS FOR ------ 2.98 !
One lot Misses Shoes, sizes 2 to 6, t
reg. $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 Shoes at1.98 $5.50 BLANKETS FOR 4.68
$1.25 ------ I
One lot Childrens Shoes, sizes 11V to 2,
at ________-:___________________$1.98 Your Choice of Any Lot For $1.00 $9.00 BLANKETS FOR ------ 6.49 !i
One lot Ladies Felt Romeos and Slippers I
,regular$1.50 and $2.00 value1.19 $20.00 BLANKETS FOR ----- 16.79 i il
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1 2nd Floor Millinery Depar't 2nd Floor Millinery Depart J F

I Untrimmed Hats Th YO'ITELL\ DUCT/WORTH CO Ladies'Trimmed Extraordinary Sale Hats of I F

Your choice of Your choice of
any any !
untrimmed shape trimmed Hat in the ;
value up to $8.50 $( 98 store, value up to$$5 00
for . . ... Orlando's I Largest Store, Quality Did It." ;: $30.0O for . .

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Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Elston, of
F t Washington, D. C., arrived yesterdayto ...

spend the winter in Orlando. They
have visited here before and have

many friends who are very glad to
have them back again.

A Registering at the San Juan yes-

terday from Atlanta, Ga., were Mr.
WELL; and Mrs. James Dodson and Miss N.
r.'-:-- ::; :': ::
Caldwell. They are touring Florida : .: ,
and are here for an indefinite so
KEPT journ.

CHECKING ACCOU] Mr. H. E. Vance, of Wheeling' W. .. ". -

Va., is a late arrival at the San Juan .... : . '
.. ,
coming in yesterday over the Atlantic . .
Coast Line from Jacksonville. lie :. o .;
will remain in Florida until spring, Your comfort and prosperity for : -

the major portion of which he will I
spend in Orlando.Mr. .

and Mrs. F. N. Leonard are
listed among the New Yorkers arriving 1 .;

one time or another, all of us have had in Orlando yesterday to baskin El It Ii II I depends upon yourself and your ..

the unpleasant experience of having expenses the warmth of the sunshine which connections.
exceed the speed limit-run away. shed its rays all over the state yes-
terday. They are from Rochester .-
And when expenses run away, you've
and expect to remain until spring. A
probably noticed that that they always run savings or checking bank accountin

UP-never down.A Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Preve of Wa- this institution is a positive step

Checking Account at this bank and a terbury, Conn., were among the pleasure forward.

check book in your pocket is a sure curb on seekers arriving in Orlando yes-
The stubs in check book flasha terday. They do not as yet know "
expense. your Start
where they will be located, but they no '1
warning when over-spending starts. Be- are in love with the City Beautifuland 1 :

gin your Account today and keep expenses intend to spend the remainder of .

normal. 1., the season. .

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The State Bank of Orlando I Mrs. W. F. Mclnnis a popular win- ... .... .. .
ter visitor to this city, arrived yes- --.:::';' s.. :
terday afternoon on the Tampa Spe- ". .- -:.' .
cial from McAlister Okla., and will ; F'' '

spend the remainder of the season at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Bran-
II ham, on Lucerne Circle. Mrs. Mc-

Innis owns a large and prolific or- r )
U ange grove near Orlando. i, : ] 0

Mr. John Shaddick, a friend of Mr.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL C. G. Wescott, arrived in Orlando yes- Mr and Mrs. John Guyer arrived | Icil ..

Mr. W. H. Turner-spent yesterdayin will terday spend from several Birmingham days in these Ala.parts., and in the Coast city yesterday Line from over Jacksonville.the Atlantic -:i ;: :: : : : :" :- .-': '::. .' '::,--..::'-. ....,::\'; ......;-. ;. .... : ; .'. .......>..:...:. .'.-.' . ; ':.+:i.f'. '!:' .':::";';
Tampa on business. They are here from Martinsburg, W !
Va., and it is their first winter in this i t
:Motor out to Windermere for the II
Spend the week-end at RossmoreInn week-end. l-14-2t part of Florida. They will divide j \
Windermere. 1-14-2t their time between Orlando and Win-\\
ter Park, both being fond j
very auI
Mrs. Thompson proprietress of the I
Prof. Forrest Dabney Carr returned Rossmore hotel, Windermere, spent tomobiling and fishing. I
home last evening from New yesterday in Orlando greeting friends I
York city, where he had been on busi- I'and shopping. New Hats at sale prices.! T. O. FRESH TOMATOES PEAS RADDISH
ness. Brown.. 1-12-3t II ,

i Mr. Percy R. Jenks, of Cleveland I
Mr. W. H. Luther, one of Oviedo's Ohio who is spending the season at I' 1-12-3t Shirt Sale now on at T. O. Brown's. TURNIPS COLLARDS

best known citizens was among the Windermere, a guest at the Rossmore ,

business transactors in Orlando yes- I hotel, spent yesterday in Orlando. I Coming Nellie Ely's War Stories.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Tenny left yesterday ,
and Mrs. Harry Brown and two I afternoon for a visit to Tampaand t
children arrived in Orlando yesterday Clearwater. They will return the
afternoon from Chicago and will last of the week. SEEDS to Plant. *
spend several weeks guests of Mr.

and Mrs. F. V. Phillips' East Pine Tourists arriving in Orlando yes- .

street. terday include Mr. W. F. Bragg, of
Richmond, Va.; J. C. Honker, Dra- Catalogue on Request.McIroy's .
Suit Cases at your own prices during I per, Va.; O. C. Beck St. Paul, Minn.
I ,
sale. T. O. Brown. 1.12-3t

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Mr. J. II. Fitzgerald the traveling -- ---- -
Big sale of Regal Shoes. T. O. .
Brown. 1-12-3t representative of the Richmond Pa- 1
per company, spent yesterday in Or-
Coming Nellie Bly's War Stories.H lando in the interest of his firm.

Dinner and dancing at RossmoreInn

Windermere Friday night. $1.50 The
per couple. Dancing only 50 cents
FOR SALE I per couple. 1-14-2tc SAN Dealers in Seeds and Drugs for 35 Years. .

Mr. H. L. Snyder a popular knightof

the grip who travels out of Char- -
lotte, N. C., and who has been mak-
ing this territory for a number of JUANj
2300 acres of unimproved .
years spent yesterday in Orlando.Mr. j
pine land fine .

truck and fruit land, big and Mrs. Louis A. Koehne, who
are down from Cleveland, Ohio visit- COMMUNITY PROTECTIONThe
portion of it has clay
ing relatives and friends at their old

and marl subsoil. Situ- home, Gotha, in west Orange, spent We are serving Shell

uate on County road yesterday in Orlando.Mr. .
both in the
Oysters Quick
within miles of
seven Walter Huff, the "crack shoot- people of this comunity have now

Orlando. ist" of the South, and who repre- Lunch and Cafe; have at their command a positive and sure ; 7 : -
sents the Dupont Powder ,
S4.40 an acre will buy company you tried them? means of protecting papers and valuables 5 C.
was in Orlando yesterday from Macon r 6
this tract and the preposition Ga. against loss the Safe Deposit Vaults of
We also serve Oysters in '
I this institution c
is a 'cinch" :cs: a I I '
Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Harris were .I II any style at all hours. II Modern ingenuity has produced but one , -,
small investment. This
I among the arrivals in Orlando yes sure form of protection against theft, loss :
Remember that the Quick :
price is for quick sale. terday. They are from Westfield N. I .
I or destruction, the massive steel and concrete e :. ; '
Y.. and are pleasantly located for the I Lunch is open from six in I t
if this land
you want season at 312 North Main street. walls and armored doors such as we J

call on the morning till midnight.The I have installed for the safe keeping of the .

Mr Eli J. Cox, of Gabriella, was in Cafe open 7 a.m. till {! valued and valuable possessions of thj ,; Y
the city to meet Mrs. Cox, who had i j members of this community.
been called to Fairmont Ind., on account 11.30 p.m., except from !i
Neither fire nor water can reach the
of the illness and death of her
0 G. Dolive <& SonREAL father She arrived on the Tampa 2.30 to 5.00 Music 6 to contents of a Safe Deposit Box in these F

Special. 7.15 and 9.30 to 11.30 p.m. vaults; the cleverest cracksman can never
gain entrance. The annual rental is but
ESTATENo. TEACH YOUR DOLLARS to have Cafe closes at 8.30 Sunday trifling making the protection not only -
more cents and attend T. O. Brown's
3 WEST PINE STREET : Real Sale for Men Tuesday the 12th night Music 6 to 8. the surest but the cheapest form of in-
'to Saturday the 16th. 1-12-tf
Second Floor
Coming Nellie Ely's War Stories. You are cordially invited to visit the ;
Safe Deposit Department and inspect our N
vaults and their wonderfully interesting

WRIGHT SEED CO.We time-locked doors.

Orange National County.carry Guano the Largest Agents Fertilizers Stock for the of Celebrated Seed in- I Orlaildo n Bank & Trn t C m an

206 So. Orange Ave. Orlando's Conservative Bank


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