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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: January 15, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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VOLUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1915. NUMBER 28$.
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WAR ECLIPSED BY 40 SECONDS QUAKE ;






ITALY FEARS ANOTHER CATASTROPHE


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IT IS ESTIMATED THAT 50,000 PEOPLE PERISHED IN A to reports. severe in Naples, but the damage is
Relief work is already under way, alight. WATCHBSI
COUPON TAX IS KAISER (
SCORE OF CITIES AND TOWNS BLOTTED FROM THE I and it is stated that King Victor "The heaviest casualties undoubtedly -

EARTH'S SURFACE-AVEZZANO, TWICE SIZE OF Emanuel himself will visit the.most I occurred at Avezzano, where 15- \I

severely stricken districts. 000 are reported buried in
ORLANDO, RAZED TO GROUND, NINETY PER II persons ,' !
Premier Salandra has personally the ruins. ABANDONED I I COMBAT

PER CENT. OF INHABITANTS MEETINGA taken charge of relief work. Special "Troops are being rushed to the afflicted j

HORRIBLE DEATH trains, with doctors, medicines, ambu- I I districts. There si need for i t

lances and nurses have already been the quickest assistance owing ot the i

dispatched and government officials fact that snow covers the country II j PRESENT SESSION NOT TO UNDER EMPEROR'S AND

All Italy Trembles As Slight Successive have been given carte blanche to provide and blocks the roads. Communication CONSIDER PLACING OF VON KLUK'S DIRECTION*

I all necessaries to the stricken over the entire wrecked section is exceedingly j i
TAX ON COUPONS I GERMANS GAIN )
Shocks Rock EarthWhen people. difficult. j I
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i "King Victor Emanuel is leaving

Debris Is Cleared Away and Order Restored Greater Loss I DRIVER FOLLOWING DESCRIBES EARTH SCENES trict.Rome" at once for the afflicted dis- I! MAJORITY OF MEMBERS OPPOSEDIn SOISSONS NOW FREE OF RENBI&


of Life May Be Compiled-Relief Is Being Sent to Dam- QUIVERS I' Teutols
I KING QUEEN AND POPE ALL View of Present Conditionsan Report Indicates That
aged District by Go"ernment-Quake Is I Rome, Jan. 14.-A driver who left !
Avezzano shortly before the earth- EAGER TO GIVE PERSONAL Unfavorable Effect Have Made Consistent j
Worst in History AID
quake told of his experiences when Queen Helena has expressed deep Might Result to j Gains in Fighting I
he reached Rome His
early today.
TERRIBLE SCENES AT AVEZZANORome sorrow because she is obliged to remain Industries Near Aisne
intimation of trouble when
Jan. 14.-A correspondent of the Corner D'ltalia at Avezzano first his horses suddenly balked.was They I 1 I in bed, owing to the recent birthof I

wires the following: a princess, as she wanted to per- Washington, Jan. 14.-All idea of London, Jan. 14.-Disaster to the
stood and simultaneously
"The aspect of the city is beyond description. The city is nothing buta trembling I sonally give succor to the victims. legislation towards placing French arms resulted in today's fighting -
the driver heard rumbling.
heap of ruins underneath which all but about 300 of the population is a deep The Duchess of Acosta has gone to itive tax on tobacco coupons prohib-I at Aisne according to official reports -
Three minutes later the standing
buried. In walking through the debris strewn streets one still hears wails, Monteroduni where she has installed tickets redemption payment pur- from Paris and Berlin today.
walls of had
moans and desperate appeals for help. The officers listen attentively and some quarries crum- herself as ; hospital nurse for the chase, and exchange coupons as con- By a terrific counter attack under the

wherever they hear moans, they order the soldiers to undertake the workof bled.From Avezzano there came cries wounded. templated in the Underwood bill now I I eyes of Emperor William and led by

excavation. Pope Benedict" is awaiting a report pending before the ways and means I Gen. Von Kluk himself, he Germans

"Hundreds of dead line the streets awaiting identification and burial. .: of of frightened houses people.could Amid be heard the roar the from Monsignor Sagni, archbishop of committee of the house, has been asailed the heights of Vregny north-

One woman was found dead clasping her infant to her breast. : falilng Aquila, on the gravity of the situa- abandoned for the present session. east of Soissons, and entirely cleared
the saintsto
"During the night two more shocks were felt. The survivors of the voices of women calling on tion and the probable loss of life. lie The decision is said to be based on I the plateau of French forces and
them. The under
city a
district are camped around big fires in the open prairie." help was has expressed a desire to go to the a poll of the committee which showed forced the latter to fall back to the
I cloud of dust. To the driver it lookedas I
if the earth had opened to emit spot if his presence is necessary to that the majority of the memberswere I edge of the plateau.

VICTIMS NUMBER 50,000 encourage and comfort the distressed. unwilling to take up the bill in The Germans claim the victory of

Rome, Jan. 14.-The victims of the earthquake disaster according to 'i'columns of white smoke. I Anxiety concerning the province of view of the present conditions which I I the heights of Vregny as admitted byi
latest reports received here number abou t 50,000 including dead and The young man tried to drive back
Potcnza seems unnecessary as latest have had an unfavorable effect upon i i the French official statement issued
to Avezzano, but he made head-
wounded. no i reports: say that while the earthquake these industries which use prize cou |today. The communique simply says,
'way. He and his horses were blindedby
--- damaged buildings there, it caused no pons.UEREFROMl.OUISIANA. j"In front of Vregny we were obliged

AVEZZANO COMPLETELY DESTROYED the dust. Soon he saw survivors loss of life. Greatest injury occurredin -- -- ''to yield;" but where the Germans

Paris, Jan. 14.-A dispatch to- the Havas Agency from Aquila Italy I struggling!' to flee from the city. ;Many the villages around the extin- !j claim the gains at the Vregny plateail

says that later news reports recieved there confirms the report that Avez were hurt. Some were so weak they guished volcano Vulture. I the French assert they are able to

zano has been completely destroyed by the earthquake. The towns of Celaro fell by the roadside. The objectiveof Director Friedland of the International 'maintain the lines inact in severe engagements -

and Pescina, close to Avezzano are partially wrecked. There is the refugees was the railroad station I
a great
1 Institute at Kap'c.! :, says the localized in the region
number of dead, says the dispatch, and victims are buried in the ruin which was soon crowded with I:Mr. '
and
many origin of the earthquake: is geologicaland airs. :Marston and Their north of Crouy on the road leading
half frantic men, women and chil-
not volcanic, with its ericentrum I Granddaughter May Remainfor I from Soissons to Laon. ,
NEWS OF DESTRUCTION CONFIRMED dren. Ilefoie; the driver left tile vicinity I .
in the valley of_ the Garigliano river. Longer Period Than -- ----
London Jan. 14. A train has just arrived at Rome with 100. inju.d'from organized efforts were being Registration: ; t o(the earthquake at the

Avezzano and Ta liazzozzo, says a dispatch to Reuters Telegram com- made to convey the most severely. I observatory lasted for forty seconds I PlannedMr. MAY INVEST IN REALTYG.

pany from the Italian capital, who confirm the news that Avezzano has l been wounded to nearby hospitals. '(and was! so violent that the needlesbroke.
completely destroyed. and Mrs. B. W. Marston and I ".

YEZZA'IiO"mni' WIPEDOFF ; Mount Vesuvius, according to the their granddaughter Miss Caroline, I F. Beyer and Son May In'es\;

ANOTHER SHOCK FELT AT ROME MAP; 15,000 DEAD observers in that district, has shownno who arrived in Orlando the first of j in Orange County Real 1

London, Jan. 14.-A news agency dispatch from Rome that fur- the week from Shreveport La., on a I Estate Before I
says a I London Jan. 14.The Express in signs of unusual activity.
ther distinct earth shock was felt in Rome about 3 o'clock this morning. In an edition issued at 7 o'clock today fishing and frolicking trip, with the Leaving .,.

several quarters of the city the people fled from their houses into the open t estimates the dead at Avezzano, Italy POLICE COURT YESTERDAY intention of remaining a day or two I
air. I likes the place so well that he is now
as a result of the earthquake, at Mr. G. F. Beyer, a well known citizen ;
I undecided whether they will]] make it
15.000. Strange as it may seem there was I of Central Kansas, is among the
LATEST DETAILS ())-' THE GREAT one or five months. Mr. Marston is a I
QUAKE J The correspondent of the Express no police court Wednesday. Yesterday visitors now visiting Orlando. lie fe
Rome Jan. The full truth I twpical Southerner a type of the old ,
of the extent of the disaster !
wrought
by in Rome, in his story of the earthquake there were a few cases to come accompanied by his son, Mr. A. II.
the earthquake which rocked the entire width of Italy in "On; mile }belt destroying !school. They are pleasantly 1 a
says that the shocks were felt before the mayor. Mrs. S. O. Neal Beyer assistant United States ento-
Avezzano; and more than twenty other towns, causing a loss of life with varying results throughout the I was fined $1 for soliciting beyond the i I at 312 North Orange avenue. mologist, at Columbia, S. C. These

and property in a no less degree in a score or more towns tonight lies hidden whole! district between Rome and Na- restricted territory on the A. C. L. I gentlemen are touring Florida and 1

behind a tangled mass of wires and debris which clogged the highways.An ples. In Rome, he declares, it is established platform: 11. Hamel. M. Dickson and NELLIE I have been down on the East Coast for f i

official estimate from a conservative source places the approximatelosses that there was no loss of Mr. Bass were fined $10 for exceeding BLYJS I S WITH US several days. jj J Ji
) with
killed
18,000 and 20,000 injured. Premier Salandra told the associates life although many ancient works the speed limit; and I. Andersonwas i Their desire to see an up to date i

of the cabinet at a meeting today to provide relief for the inhabitantsin and buildings were severely damaged. fined $:25 and costs for fightingand I inland town brought them to the City 1;
the stricken that he feared Beginning Today Famous and
area the loss of life
reach
might 20,000 and "The serious loss of life occurred disturbing the
peace. Beautiful. The elder Mr. Beyer, in a j
the number of injured SO.OOO. j Eccentric Woman Will
Write
outside of Rome, the 'I
Express corre-
chat with a Sentinel representative, j
He said the disaster was second only to that of Messina. The official I War Letters for the
spondent continues, "especially in the FAMOUS SINGER ON HER WAY I I said he thought Orlando a very pretty
j
circles adhere generally to the setimate of about 15,000 killed and 20,000 in- mountain towns on the road to Na- TO FLORIDA i I Morning Sentinel place and in all probability would

jured. The survivors are living in terror of new earthquake shocks follow- ples. The towns entirely destroyed Chicago Jan. 14.-Madame Schu- I I invest in Orange county realty. Theyare 1 i

ing the visitation of several slight tremors felt early today which completed include Bussi" Sourcola, Capelle, Mag- man-Heink, suffering from bronchial Nellie Bly is now a member of the making; their; home at the ElmIMANYCOMfNGFROMTENN- :

the destruction of many buildings which had been severely damaged. liano and Cappadocia. The shock was pneumonia, left for Florida last night. I Sentinel family and beginning today !

Many persons were injured by recurring shocks, them --- -- -- - for
among being a -- = 1 an indefinite period the Sentinel
number of rescuers. All reports agree that yesterday's disturbance, which will publish her stories written from
lasted forty seconds and turned the Has Had Shocks :
flourishing populous stretch of country Italy 27,973 the sizzling war zones of Europe. 1

into an immense cemetery, was the worst in point of area affected of any I Nellie Bly needs no introduction to ;

ever visited upon Europe. In 50 Years U. S. Has Had 4,467In any well informed public. She circled J

,
Avezzano a city of 12,000 in the -: ----:--- -- ----'-:; ; : the globe in 1889 in record time and New Arrivals Report That Many 4

province of Aquila, was completely the entire width of the country in -- has since been a noted writer. Her Are Coming to Orlando } 1

destroyed Nine-tenths of the popu- that district. The country to the east ; the last fifty years Italy has I I province of Esmeraldas, in Ecuador, first article from the battle fields of From Aroundu.j. I f 1

lation of the city was killed and prac- and southeast of Rome suffered the been visited by 27,672 shocks not including was shaken in January, 1907, and agreat Europe is published on page 3. Readit I ChattanoogaMr. .
tically every person who was not on I tidal wave followed, drowningmany and watch for other installments. 1
the streets at the time of the earth- most, apparently, for reports of loss the one Wednesday. Japan I I
and the I !
quake lost his life, the personnel of of life and damage to property come has had 27.562; Greece, 10.S06; Mexico city of persons Esmeraldas. devastating Colombia also I and Mrs. E. L. Madras of Chat-
CRIMINAL COURT REPORT I
Tenn. have arrived for their
its entire civil and military administration -1 from all over that district. 5,586; South America, 8,081; and suffered in this disturbance, about 300 tanooga, I

with but few exceptions, was Avezzano, a town with 12,000 inhabitants the United States Pacific coast, 4,467. persons being killed.A second season in Orlando. "Thereare
I II S. K. Calloway charged with the II a number of people in my sec-
wiped out. Including the country 63 miles east of Rome, On April 18-19th, 1906, the earth- month and a half later on the "
I sale of liquor was found guilty and tion, said Mr. :'Madras, "who are
round about the losses :
in killed and seems to have been the center of the quake and great conflagration at San Island of Formosa, the village of
sentenced to four months in jail; WaIter coming to Florida this year for their
injured at Avezzo reach 15,000. Tre- disturbance and this place, with a Farncisco occurred in which 500 were Kagi and three other towns were destroyed -I
Jordan colored was given a verdict first visit, but they will not start be- .
mendous relief measures have been number of nearby towns and villages. killed and 250,000 rendered homeless with the loss of thousands of I
of j
of not fore next month. The majority :
I guilty-he was charged
into motion. The
put king has left is reported as having been destroyed. with a property loss of 300000000. lives and material damage estimatedat
with assault with intent to kill one them will visit this city. We will remain -
for the vicinity of Avezzano to lead Great loss of life occurred at Avez It fell to Italy to suffer what was $-15,000.000.Then I I''
j Will Foster; James O. Smith was given here until after the fair, then .
the recuers. Train load upon train zano and its vicinity, the dead there probably the greatest damage froman followed the San Francisco I
: one year in jail; and George Mayo I visit other points in the state, return-
load of into
injured are rolling Rome. being
placed at more than one thou- earthquake the world ever saw. disaster.A .
is still trial. to Orlando to wind our winter's -
!I on ing up
Every train arriving from the province sand. This was in December. 1897 when in few months later Valparaiso was i .

of the Abruzzi brings hundredsof Among towns in the earthquake Sicily and Celebria :::7,4persons! destroyed by earth shocks and a con- i outing.GEORGIAN ,

persons who have been wounded. district reported entirely destroyedare were killed 974,800 injured, and 156- flagration. A thousand inhabitants GIFT FROM PEOPLE'S BANK

Other towns in addition to Avez'I Bussi, Capelle, Scourcola Magli- 000 made homeless. In that disturbance were killed and a monetary loss of :t JUDGE RETURNS I

zano report heavy death tolls. Aielli, 'I ano, Cappadocia, Celano and Pesciro. )Messina Santa Teresa, Scalata I $250,000,000 resulted. Within four Four red settees were given to the

1,000 dead and injured; Arpino 150 Sora and Arpino are said to have and Caro in Sicily and Reggo Sango- days from the first earth shock, the i:i Tourist Croquet Club yesterday by the ,

known dead and scores injured; Arri- been partially wrecked. San Calico Palmi ;j Peoples National Bank. Cashier Dow Court
vanni Ufemia [ region for hundreds of miles around i Chief Justice of Supreme

cia, fifty dead and injured. Scores of Naples felt the shock severely, but Pallero and Canitello, in Calabri Valparaiso was visited by 382 quakesin i land the other officials never forget of Georgia Returns Home

other towns report death lists from suffered only slight damage. Sul- were destroyed which the town of Los Animas and|.;the bank's motto-"It is a pleasure toserve. Visit in I
After a I
one to fifty, besides tremendous prop- mona and Aquila, in the province of Up to the time of this catastrophethe Mellipi and several others were de :i .

erty losses.STRICKEN. Abruzzi and other towns in that region earthquake at Lisbon, Portugal, stroyed. Santiago Chile, lost 5,000 Orlando I

report much damage and much l in 1755 which cost 60,000 lives, persons killed and suffered $1,100,000( THE WEATHER I I'the
chief of
Judge W. H. Fish, justice
ZONE EXTENDS OVER loss of life. caused the greatest number of casual- damage, while the towns of Vini Del who

AN AREA OF THREE No one was killed in Rome, bu. ties. In 1906 was the worst period Rio Quira Lanatche and Quinto were Florida: Fair Friday and Satur- supreme court of Georgia, I :
the three
HUNDRED MILES there is considerable material dam- !day. has been spending past
for seismic disturbances. The de- destroyed with a loss of 15,000 inhab-
I 1 weeks in this section hunting and. i
The earthquake zone, apparently, age. Several historic structures were! struction of San Francisco and Val- itants. ;
with his brother Mr. Geo. S.
extends for nearly three hundred damaged but it is hoped not irredeemably paraiso and the razing of eighteens Last year Sakura, Japan was visited We can give you Crane's stationery fishing afternoon \t
Fish left Orlando yesterday .
miles, from below Naples to Ferrarain so. About 100 persons we s villages in Calabria occurred in the by an earthquake with a loss of in all colors at price of cheapergoods. Atlanta- j'
for his home in
the north and practically across killed in towns near Rome, according:t spring and summer of that year. The 7,000 people. Curtis & 'Neai.!






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HOTELSTHE The American Flag Respected I WE NEVER TIREOf


By The Turks Says Tomayan singing the praises of Crane's Linen Lawn Stationery. It isn't
WINDERMEREChoice the "just as good" the "good enough" or "very good" kind. It
is absolutely the finest Stationery made in America!and America -
Location All Modern[ Conveniences New York, Jan. 13.-Although con- while educational institutions of these leads the world in this class of manufactured "'goods. We
ditions in Constantinople have been countries were amply protected, those have it in all the correct sizes, shapes and tints. Your social
Table Good Water Reasonable Rates
Excellent chaotic for some time, the American of France and England were in a and business standing is judged largely by the kind oi ,tation-

On Beautiful Lake Lucerne, Orlando, Fla. flag has been respected in every sense measure compelled to look to the ery you use. Furthermore it is a real pleasure to write on the
of the word, according to George To- United States minister for their safety genuine Linen Lawn surface. You know this if you have tried

mayan, who arrived here today from it. If you have never tried it a new pleasure awaits frou in your
Home Comforts Service Finest Rooms in City the Turkish capital, where he had "When war was declared the Stars letter writing.

been in charge of the Armenian or- and Stripes were raised above the
Sanitary Inspection Rated 100 phan asylum.The French and British hospitals. W. S. BRANCH,

people of Constantinople are at "The situation was critical when I

the point of starvation, Mr. Homayan left Constantinople. Everything was The Arcade Book and Music Store
THE NEW GRANDHENRY said. under military control. Business was

BARTLETT., Prop. "The American ambassador, Mr. almost entirely suspended and it was
Morgenthau, supported by the Italian next to impossible to obtain suppliesof
ambassador, has been prompt in pro- any kind. All motor cars have The 1E1zqt
European Plan 15 West Pine St., viding shelter and relief for unfortu- been laid up by reason of lack of gas-

Rooms with Bath Orlando, Fla. nates," he. continued. "For many oline, every horse that can be used OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
weeks previous to the declaration of for tiding or for draft work has been OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
hostilities by the Turkish governmentthe confiscated and old men and women
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
crisis was seen to be approaching. are trying to make a scant living by
TOURISTS ATTENTION! Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
Germans were in control of the carrying loads that were formerly
We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando civil and military government and handled by horses and mules." Everything screened away from the flies and kept fresh

Prepared by our New York Cook -- and pure.
i We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We
have
CRAWFORD APPOINTED PROSECUTOR '1 Now is the time to order GRIF-

108 Rooms Bath, Steam Heat. $1.00 FOR OSCEOLA : FING'S ROSES.. W. II. Brokaw, everything in the Meat Line. *


Eleetric Elevator Hot and Cold Water Kissimmee, Fla., Jan. 13.-W. B. salesman. 12-16-tf :H. T1 L Self & Co.

Crawford, of this city, has been appointed FOR SALE I PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
prosecuting attorney for Os- I
EMPIRE HOTEL ceola county by Governor Trammell -
No. 1. Forty acres virgin pine .
upon the resignation last Saturday of tim-I'
ber land, on south side of lake
54 Light Housekeeping Rooms Attorney II. D. Geiger. Mr. Craw- three-fourths mile from railroad sta- i

ford was sworn in Tuesday morning, tion. $1,000.
JONES[ GOES JUST THE[ [
and began his work immediately, as SAME
ROSSMORE INNWindermere the January term of the county court No. 2 Seventy-five acres, on lakefront
one-half mile from Forest City;
was in session. Mr. Crawford is well six acres bearing orange grove; good
known all over the state, and every eight room house. $4,500; terms.

This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric one here feels that the appointmentwas No. 3. Twenty acres, four miles i

lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with well made. Mr. Crawford is a from the city, on lake front; twelve My bus line which has been serving for fourteen
partner in the law firm of Vans Agnew acres bearing orange grove; orange I you
bath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish- .
crop: recently sold two thousand three months has not changed its schedule but the
leaves at
& Crawford which has office
an
ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. hundred boxes. Three hundred boxesof
here and one at Jacksonville. lie is grapefruit now on trees. $6,500; same time it always has.
also grand historian of the Kappa terms.

Alpha Society, and a former editorof TIME
TABLE
No. 4. Lot 70x190 feet, on brick >
: THE OSCEOLASTEAM the Pensacola News. street; high class neighborhood.
1000. Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front oi Evans The Jeweler.WEST .
THREE PARTIES IN A BIG POLIT- .
No. 5. Thirty acres near hard surface
HEAT THROUGHOUT ICAL CLASH road; one mile from railroad BOUND EAST_OUD
I station, on lake front; four acres Read Down Read
Magnolia and Robinson Ave J. W. BURLEY Up
ManagerElectric
budded grove; six hundred boxes of -----
Salt Lake Utah Jan. 13.
City fruit; one hundred and fifty thousand :
Efforts have been in progress since feet virgin pine timber. $3,000.J. IA.l\r.fA. P. M. A.M. PM.. P. M

Lights, Baths Open the Year Round i noon today to adjust an extraordinary i
E. CRAWFORD Orlando -
European Plan Rooms Single and Suite' situation that arose from the com- 6:3910.15 3:00 I 9.30 1.30: 6.00
en
Ocoee
bination of Democratic, Republicanand Office Orland Hotel. 7:30 1.15 4:00 i 8.30*.3 5.00

": { Socialist parties appearing in the 13J:1o.OSTEOPATH* Winter Garden : \": 4"30! 8.15 I2.I5 4-45

V..I lower house, which took control of Oakland 8:001-- 4:30 :: 8.L -I 4.Jo
l
,. r n r Tt the temporary organization of the I
house. The majority of the Republicans -

were in caucus and the combination -
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER
took charge of the temporary

organization. The Republicans, in Office corner Orange Avenue and

one corner nominated R. V. Wells, of Church SU Davis & McNeil Bid?., II
San Pete, as speaker. The senate, Phone 419. I H'' -

Republican majority, organized, but __ -
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will be unable to do anything until I .

THE ARCADE HOTEL the tangle is straightened out in the -For FineWATCH I .
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house.
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J. B. MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop. CLOCK and "

JEWELRY REPAIRING BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
DIRECTORS ESCAPE STIGMA
First Class Restaurant Livery and Autos LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS

in Building in Connections call on C. VATER whois
Boston Mass., Jan. 14.-Although
Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
Orlando Fla. the directors of the National City an expert at this trade 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduction -

- -- Ban: of Cambridge, which was looted with many years experience during that time:
by a $12 a wik bank clerk, George

IF .YOU WANT A LUNCH W. Coleman, have been cleared of responsibility at.. Youngs Repair Shop Touring Car $555.00
MMnMHM M MHi H the of the
by report master Opp. Post Office Pine Street I 505.00
worth the money, come to Pope's Quick Lunch Counters. Our former Judge Robert O. Harris, Runabout _
who heard the evidence for the fed- F. 0. B. Orlando. AH tan rally equipped.
food is not cooked in front of your eyes, where you are annoyed
eral district court. The receiver of will W.able .. ...tala the ..K!.... efllde
with the odors and heat but in sanitary kitchen. .rtker. we ... ..
our Try a cup .. d.cU o.. and the .lai c t fa see
the bank, ex-Gov. John L. Bates, I.I r fact." p .* .f
of our Rowland Special Coffee, French Dripped. The price is threatens to bring the case again be- 300.000 p.rcba.ine can and Wtwet.sales tit d.part.ents..... ...if..w. readll u .t>

only 5c. a cup. We offer you the best of service. fore the federal court on exceptions.Bates '' And doe.loI we reach this pr.d.ctl.4 w. agre. .. pay as
'" .. C- Sr abut
sought to hold the directors the buyer'S share frea .U' U' per....ear..- "
A..t I.UUt t. en" tulll.aewFor
& Co.'s Lunch CountersChurch eI il1114
Pope Quick responsible for the actions of Cole- FrV ear tww. A.c1..t sad A.cu
man, who embezzled some $300,000of f.rtfc.r partk.Ian reprdiag these "w prices asd prelt.bariae "
Street. Open from 5 a.m. to midnight the bank's funds. Coleman is now OR. U H. RAMSDELu .1... see
OPTOMETRIST
doing time in jail, and his trial was F. G. RUSH,
(Sacce M>r to l>r. (,. 1-. Lik1. ;
MIMMMMIMMitlMilMMIMMIHIIMMMMMMIIIiREAL followed by the sensational trial of .
ORLANDO FLORIDAWE 226
"Big Bill" Keliher, the fake faro king, Phone
FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES
who was convicted in connection with ; t
AND DO ALL KINDS OF
ESTATE the bank looting and sent to prison
OPTICAL REPAIKINC
.
Cur: IP years.Motor


out to Windermere for the



We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If week-end.organization In union there, great is strength.results are Through 1-14-2t possi- Th Florida Real E Estate & IflVeStMellt c Co.

you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call ble. There is not a single branch of

business in which this is not true.
and talk your wishes over with us. Join the union, the exchange or what- Capital $50,000. Fully Paid Up.

ever it is that offers in ;your line.
The
manager of this firm has had years of exper-
Incorporated] In Florida; Therefore Under State Control,
ience dealing in Florida investments sold
having over a FOR SALE I

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

two years. 1913RAMBLER with us, at the same time can also] be bought throughthe

TOURINGCAR purchasers Agent, as we need not to secret our proposalsfor
We are well posted on the value of all classes and
anybody, the deal has to be closed at our office. This means

kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all In good gain condition at $550.00 a Bar- protection for the seller as well for the buyer. With our Bank

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

Estate Bargains. Orlando Auto Supply Co. fidence to all our offerings, we advance 75 per cent of the purchase -

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

Dinner and dancing at RossmoreInn hold today over one million dollars of properties in city lots, city

Windermere, Friday night. $1.50 and homes and uncultivated lands. Our
country orange groves
per couple. Dancing only 50 cents

WARING REAL ESTATE COMPANYR. per couple. l-14-2tc books open to all investors, if, such inducements will appeal to y;;u

TEACH YOUR DOLLARS to have -take the trouble to climb up one fligh of stairs over the Peoples

more cents, and attend T. O. Brown's a! National Bank, and consult.
D. WARING, Manager : Real Sale for Men Tuesday the 12thto
Saturday the 16th. 1-12-tf I HENRY BENEDICT PresidentOffice

; Rooms 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115tf IF YOU ARE LOOKING for well : ,

rooted orange and grapefruit buds,
: see H. C. McDaniel. Phone 708. i over Peoples National Bank. Phone 570

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Peach Trees, fascinating, irresistible

budded onPASCO 'II ,


PLUM Sentinel: is pub- Marguerite Clark

stories by Miss i


We guarantee ,. (Mrs. Elizabeth
ship to be first-class ) is undoubtedly the -IN-

newspaper teri
stock, true to name i she started out

erly set we I record round the "The Crucible "A&&
hero. She not
tree to or to
grow ,
fictitious feat, A
without cost. She told about
, series of
------ her name stirring on the h The stirring portrayal of an agonized -

If you are looking man America., woman and z _, i r soul's triumph through J..

class nursery stock, of Miss Ely's r
suffering over threatening evils.
her hus
to send for our She met ,

which is yours for way.conditions Sent to among Chi- Absolutely] one of the most

workers, she pleasing and fascinating
and slaved with
The Thomas
for several}


Bruen Webb Bly on had pneumonia written P PARAMOUNT T PICTURfS. ;

TAMPA story of her expe- 1. 3 r

was lying ill in a
Seaman, a New
was also confined !
EVER RELEASED :
I want every man He admired Miss I

in Orlando to see became his wife. 1

and Colonial Park.It :years later j
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two large steel ---- --- -- ;

makes no : A clique

er you are interested she from asserted her. ,She at-' Mr. FRITZ HAUER 1

lots or not, all you I
fight for her -
1
see these beautiful widespread Orlandofs Favorite. Violinist will ( in hisaMrgueii1e
is to write, phone or appear

Dann's office.I European could not war re .t CI3rk k splendid solo work.

want every I to enter active 1Oi'c1ieilr

do, to see what can ain and thus the

plished in thirty days. Service was ab.e "


and Hills five several homes are really more under hills. Bly of this bril- 1 Oc H ar "T at 20c I I Iita


was sent by
to be built. Colonial correspondent

water,. gas and lights. on the Aus-
-
building sidewalks, Przemysl, the twelve Roman figures especially CONTEMPT: OF COURT CHARGED
ing streets. .if'.r now invested by fascinating to them. Otherwise they I
: was written would not buy them. For not clockin
a
Lots: in Colonial Oakland, Cal., Jan. 14.E Attorney
of hos
Croy's all Galicia goes, not even the clocksin THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S
$350.00 to $650.00. proceeding from the stations.In George :McDonough must appear in
to show he
court today cause why
lonial Park sell from Hungary them make their clocks
should not be punished for contemptof TRANSFER
$350, terms to suit Nov. 3.-1 work. The beautiful landscape, the court in refusing to divulge the
long day, though well tilled fields, the busy, prosperous -
source of the $10,000 bond which he
D. WIENENGA
crawled our way the Dr. B. Prop.
looking people, seemingly obtained for three Alameda election
ribbon. To think roads all tell
good a different story.
officials, who were his clients. Attor-
comparison is to No longer can I tell the story of for ,
ney McDonough's hearing was set Livery Draying and Hauling
CARL a schnell-zug.
filth everywhere. Truly the railwaysare December 22, but the illness of Supe- ,
had its new inter- abominable i
but
met filled with at every stationa rior Judge B. Ogden caused a post- ]j I
large force are busy with lime and ponement. '
soldiers in new, brooms. Women in short full skirts I "WE GUARA TGoori SERVICEI(
cars decorated and h.gh boots, the type made familiar I
Hungarian col to us by Lehar's popular opera, I I
from pine trees, are doing most of the work. Cholera
Fine look- SOMETHING NICE! AUTO AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
BROOM [ splendid fel I may be people in their will midst fight, but it these every energetic inch- .

early threshold of the I
way.I Two Beautiful EuilCing Lots Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
ALL THIS forgot to say that Prince Croy'strain
their military caps is Zug Lit D. It is one of six On South Orange Avenue,
lips; with faith Lake Lucerne HORSES FOR SALE
trains fitted out and maintained by near splen-
Some of the justice of their the Knights of the Maltese Cross. did view of the lake, only
all mankind but 257. Orlando, Florida
They are independent of all other societies blocks from business 'Phone -
BROOMS ever offered first Christian's, of 2 1-2 ,
and their members maintain
Orlando. their cause, they these trains. center, nice big shade trees
the hell of battle. Pleased the Kaiser shrubbery &c.. adjourning to

I lime-splattered, "We have made such a record," said lotto one of the best res -, - ----- __ -- -
Free Broom to let us pass, Prince Croy to me, "that the German dences in city.-For sale by ----- --- ----
we went, tell the
emperor has asked us to establish a WALTER W. ROSE
branch of our society in Germany." WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver
Every purchaser of and faded, still (To be continued tomorrow) REAL ESTATE I
mud-stained caps. Room 13 Watfcina Block hear this before Let the Delicatessen Man do it.
during this sale will
New
Something !
and haunted Phone 55 Something new
I GETTING READY FOR FAIR
broom holder. the Try it. Ask About it.
I most frightful Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
I witnessed. Their DeLand, Fla., Jan. .-The teachers three or more .
l how have stock of good things to eat on hand
to smile. Always a
of the various and
grades depart-
wounds. Dr. BuckmasterOSTEOPATH COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES
: They are
ments will soon begin to make defi- POTATO SALADJ.
CARUTHIRS & the
pain of long nite plans for the exhibits at the Orlando
hts in wet, cold, midwinter fair.Ve hope to R. TRESHER E. NICHOLSON'S t

their fright': have a much more attractive display of Kirksville Phone 26 Bakery
New Modern G cholerafi I Graduate
V, hollow dys- than we had last year. The produc- !'
coughs, I
tions in wood work and water color Avenue
S. Orane
I the last cough ij2 -- -
will be especially interesting, since ; -
Phone I both of these will come from new departments 1
I and supplies there ABOVE PEOPLES BANK PHONE 518IcLe ;
Long trains bear- i Am Leaving FloridaAnd
6 and 8 East wagons, am- .-, M. Ii i-. '-1-' .,. ,-" e :.-. III . , I I' II IIIi :
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They are every- z :*illSpecialJy Price my two Properties in Winter Park' I

and roads.' When i Opera :: i '>

PHONE we were running A good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800 I
The road was SATURDAY JAN. 16th full bearing Orange, Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two
AUTO FOR I counted 500 and blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office In addition I
will make a yearly return on
to making a home this property I 1
FIRST CLASS our train finally MATINEE AND NIGHT the investment of from 10 to 25 per cent according to crop and
BARNARD & I saw, quite -- --- market conditions, price $8,500.00; also I
an end or part of MARGARET MAYO'S MASTERPIECE My Residence Property in Winter Park, 12-room, New Modern C
17 Hughey Street with convenience. Lake front, 20 acres of :
dwelling every city
12-10-1m between two I Polly of the CircusWITH I land highly improved, 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigated &.
rt I garden. Property is close in, well located close to the new t
"erjwhere; Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good: enough for ,
|Dr. S. S. i are going. I I the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16- i
500. and will give possession in 30 days.
alone that we are : tf T LEON I : Massive Production See owner only. Write or phone me for a date and I will send ;
I are clocks ev- ELSIE A Real Circus on the Stage my car te any place in Orange County to show you these properties. \ :
On the walls,
j
graduate Davenport Prices Matinee 50c.. $1. 3TTD. KTCTCZTOL, ''i
18 Yowell-Duckworth ; on buildings. .t Prices Night 75c., $1.I $1.50. I
( Children in the house. Matinee 3 p, m. 1
209. Intelligent people under my bed in SOcanywhere BOX 53. WINTER PARK, FLORIDA
:are being restored to he \- the natives i Night Performance 8:30 p. m. Sale on at Butts' Thurs- I 4
and of Florida's Prettiest places. .
of practic removing adjustments the cause, the of There must I day 9, a. m. : Orange County's- -College- City one !
white face with JD"'I".C '" }
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THE DAILY PAINT-A GREAT TRANSFORMER"The SIDELIGHTS ,
I Here is a Bargain and I
South Florida SentinelMORNING 1
White City" of the Chicago (By W. S. Branch)

AND WEEKLYW. World's Fair was referred to by architects Should be Snappedup
M. GLENN ........ .............Editor 0-:1;;;; I !
W. C. ESSINGTON . . KuunrM Manager as the city made of paint and Tons" CountyF. 1
plaster. Paint and plaster have ever
A. by Speculators. -
Eatcred at the postoflire at Orlando. Florida Hatheway, formerly superintendent 1
been the of architectural
aa Second Clara Mail Matter. means of the Orlando public schools

SUBSCRIPTION RATES adornment. and now county superintendent of

D aiJ 1 Year ........................ $5.00 Jos. L. Guernsey, understandingthis public instruction for Duval "MAUt IN MER1C"sa ,
Daily C Months ...................... 2.50 principle, has to work along county,
Daily. 3 Month ...................... 1.25 gone Florida, is managing a campaign fora
Daily. 1 Month ...... ................. .60VfeeJdy. these lines and a painter with a bucket -
million dollar bond issue for the
1 Year ....... .......... 11.00 of red paint and another of whiteis Forty-five acres in the Lake
.J.JL1. purpose of building more and better

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN transforming the frowning walls school buildings in Jacksonville and Conway District where like .- ;
ADVANCETO of the old Boone building at the cor- i .
-- other sections of the county.
ner of Church and Orange into wallsof property is selling from $100
ADVERTISERS: While "Fons" was a resident of Or-
I -- ---
and --- - -----
pleasing greatly ---- -
appearance --- -- --- ---
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lando his financial --- - - -
c.py fr display and all ther hand-Mt improving this landmark of Orlando'searly endeavors were to $125 per acre This tractis A
advertising matt be handra in at the buiineM confined to drawing his well earned
*0ke .( the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. brick structures. surrounded by fine The Biggest Sacrifice and Lossis
the day before publication Thia rate applie. but not princely salary and disburs- young
a> chanrM for MBtract advertising; it 1* There was a time when citizens it with
ing liberality for his
family
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. pointed with great pride to the Boone groves. Is heavily timberedand now on
and whatever
expenses public enter-
Subscribers' d*, iriiK The Sentinel discontinued building. It was a great building in prices he felt inclined to assist. Since is very rich soil. Owner
should notify the office in writing on its day; but five story structures with
the date of expiration otherwise it will bewatin.ed going to Jacksonville he has risen its!1 I a non-resident and has in-
electric elevators attract TOD..Awe
now more
at the regular subscription rates..ntil quite rapidly in the educational activ- |

Telephone notice Nnsnb to stop r .is...received................... 24 attention; but like mortal pioneers ities of the state and his friendshipand I structed! us to sell this property -
these old structures which have
associations with the money put on sale
FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1915. served a useful purpose in the past .at only sixty dollars per
kings of the Florida metropolis have
-- -- - ---- -
- can yet be pointed to with a degreeof given him such prestige that he tosses aere.
ONE TWO. THREE- pride because of what they have SOLadies'
that million dollar bond issue
When the Hobson amendment came been to the community.Like .
around as though he had been acus-
up for a vote and the result was revealed the old pioneer, too, these old I
tomed to it from
early childhood.
the house gasped as it never structures look well wearing the Atha CoatSuitsPOSITIVELY
Given a good brain, a strong body, an Cooper
1 gasped before the whiskey interests
; adornment of these latter days, and
honest heart and a liberal education
became convalescent and the entire point us to a lesson of building so
/ to start with and you can't stop a I 114 South Orange Are. Ground Floor ALL TIllS SEASON'S
exclaimed, "how close!
country well that we may keep step with the "
"Florida cracker. He succeeds every -
When the woman suffrage amendment march of time and serve a useful Phone No. 311 PRODUCTIONSIt
time. If you doubt it, study the I
r came up for a vote and the result was purpose in the community where we :
lives of of Orlando's
most
some
--
F revealed, the house gasped as it are found. successful -
I I1
business and profesisonal men,
before the interests -----------------1
EI gasped ; whiskey
is the stores aggressive of
l and keep your eye on Fons A. Hathe- policy
I convalesced as before and the entire
WITTY TRUTH of not from
| carrying
( country exclaimed "how close!" way. over one season

They say the third time is the charm. DR. J. C. HOWELL to another-goods intended for that
While I was .admiring for the Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
is I Good manners are made up of petty season's this
If other presented selling-hence
t some proposition undreth times Mr. Morse his beauti- Kirksville Graduate enor-
short time there sacrifices says Emerson. It's up to Consultation Free
I. to the house in a reduction.
ful for I mous
private park, am a priviligiate I t
will be explosion. us to keep right on making them and Office Cheney Block Opp. San Juan
r. an who has the favor to visit this HoteL
to see that as few are made for us as
0 charming Eden, as often as I wantto Office Phone 716; Residence 1018

k ALL STATE TEAM I heard his clever gardener say to I possible. Orlando, Fla. Smart man tailored, extremely fashionable -

r With many baseball teams coming one of the help perched on the top ofa I =- --- -- -- Ladies Suits, and made in materials

r. to Florida for the training season it century oak: "Be careful, :'olr.Morse of

y is not untimely to pick an all-state sees everything, he has the eye of an

f team of newspaper men. A game be- eagle." Then, like a flash, came the Broadcloths, Fancy Serges, Worsted Diagonals -

tween them and a selected team from quick answer from the upper branchof Coating Serges, French and rs-

t the big leagues might prove interest- the tree: "Yes and many eagles, tamene Serges Vicunas, Fancy Twwds.etc. .

ing. The Sentinel would suggest the too!" ., all silk lined.

following all-state pen pushers' team: M. L. B.

f Pitcher, Ed Lambright Tampa Tri- The regular price of these splendid

bune; catcher, Robert Bentley, Tampa CONFEDERATE BALL LAKE EOLAHere Suits were from $15.00 to $25.00, I

Times; first base, S. Bobo Dean Mia-

mi second base Willis Your choice for
Metropolis;
The committees in charge of the
Ball Times-Union third base Geo.
; Confederate ball to be held at the

A. McClellan, Florida Metropolis; Armory Tuesday evening under the

short stop, M. F. Hetherington, Lake- auspices of the Annie Coleman Chap- is an unusual offering, one that I can unhesi-

land Telegram; right field, S. A. Mc- ter of the United Daughters of the S4:98Come i
Bride, Arcadia News; center field A. tatingly recommend as a GREAT BARGAIN. The lot is
Confederacy are making great prog-
K. Taylor, The State; left field Chas.E. .
ress and anticipate a large attend- 90x200 the house
contains
Jones Dixie.Champion and seven rooms and bath.
ance. Preceding the ball, which startsat

stealer, Robert J. Holly, 8:30, a reception for the old vet- Servants room on premises. Orange and grapefruit and Early !
Sanford Herald water W. B.
; boy
erans will be held. This will be followed -

Harris, Valley Gazette, Kissimmee; by dancing. Mclntoshes or- peach trees, shruberry and flowers and ornamental --- - -- ------l
mascot, Thomas Plant
Wayne City
chestra will furnish music. Ticketsare
Courier; official scorers, C. E. How- plants. Owner will sell furnished or unfurnished. The I
being disposed of at $1.00, which '
ard, Orange County Citizen, and Joe Men's
Reese, Orlando Reporter Star; umpire includes supper.CATHEDRALROLLINS. location is No. 215 E. Robinson avenue, on north shore of I Furnishing Department

Willis Powell, Clearwater Evening
Sun.POLICE. BASKETBALL Lake Eola, and overlooking Eola Park. Listed exclu- ; HAS THE BIGGEST TILE PROPORTION -

GAME
o sively with me. The price will astonish you, it too low, YET ;


Police AND Chief AUTOISTS-Harry :Myers, of Mc- The girls' teams of Cathedral school but owneris determined to sell. Cash or terms.
and Rollins college will be matched Hard and Soft Felt Hats
Keesport, has sent a card to automo- I against each other for the second :

bilists with the sentiment, "Let us be time this the I
season at Armory to- season's
friends." He suggests pleasantly that i All this styles-
night at 8:15. The other game was
both the authorities and the automo- played at Rollins some weeks ago, Regular values from $1.50 to $3.00
bile drivers desire the same thing- s
Cathedral winning after a hard fought
the minimum of arrests for breakingthe i contest. The line-ups will be prac-
S.Y.WAYInsurance
speed limit and other laws, and I tically the same as in the former choice9SO

that this can best be secured through game. An admission of twentyfivecents I

hearty co-operation. Why should not will be charged. The girls are

everybody help in the enforcement of all excellent players and the game and Real Estate Agent .
the regulations?
promises to be very exciting.
Such an attitude is in refreshing

contrast to that of the officials of NEW GATE AT CEMETERY PHONE 172The GROCERY DEPARTMENT

eome of the communities round about.

Without attempting to defend the
A patent self opening gate has recently -
reckless motorists whose conduct New Arrivals
been installed on the east en-
tends to bring discredit upon all the
trance to the Orlando cemetrey. This
others everybody knows that there
will be of great convenience to those Omega Flour
are plenty of officials who in their
desiring to visit this sacred spot.
zeal to enforce the laws work hard-
The cemetery will now be open at all Pop Corn
ship to many non-offenders. When ,
times since the gate has been placed. .
borough finances run low "speed
Cod Fish
traps" are set to catch the unwary, :

who may be guilty of technical viola- HalibutSeed i

: tions of the law while really observ-

ing its spirit and exercising all the Potatoes

necessary precautions. Sometimes

signs containing local regulations or January BirthstoneIS

warnings are placed where they are

apt to be unnoticed by the motorist

who has not traveled that way before THE EARTH STIMULATORS I

and his natural failure to comply with

the notice is followed the inflic-
by
Get ready to fertilize that an4
grove
tion of a stiff financial penalty. Again RICH RUDDY GARNET
of We the
there are signs which have become garden yours. are representatives

blurred by the weather so as to be for i,

unreadable and they serve as verita- Garnet Rings---Garnet Scarf Pins---Garnet I "MAPES" ,

careful.ble traps for even the customarily Brooches---Garnet La Vallieres. and Virginia Carolina Fertilizing Co. jf

Let us quote prices.
While there is the usual proportionof you

black sheep among automobilists, Make your selection for the JANUARY BIRTHDAY from U

the vast majority wish to be law- Our Choice Assortment of

abiding. Regard for personal safety

and the value of their property wouldin
GARNET JEWELRY
most instances discourage recklessness -

When the police authoritiesmeet DICKSON .IYES C CO.

them half way and pursue a

policy of sincerity and fairness, trou-

ble rarely occurs. Chief Myers has .
T. H. EVANSJEWELER
the right idea. The spirit of the

square deal is infectious, and he will tUDEr ARTMENT STOR .

find that his policy pays practical div- ..
idends.-Pittsburg Gazette.

-- D ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PUCE

There are a few editors in Florida

who take themselves so seriously that I

. they would be welcome additions to

; the Russian trench digging brigade. -
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"THE HOP SMUGGLERS"RELIANCE
Golden SeaL Seventh episode of Leak
"Lucile Love, the Girl of Mystery"
in two parts. Don't miss it. T cog at the feed tut*. IflUcurwd-
*- like
the J'al'kn'-the Pen wont k
An Interest-Compelling Story of a Girl Reporter. Joker. Comedy. "Lultie's Lovers. The Parker Lucky Carve Peed Tube
Powers. "Why Granddaddy Went i < **/ r45 "*/. : CapiVUry
1 Attraction. This :-'II.f. oat
to Sea. cf feed tube.as ia picture the tuUnt
I yon turn pea vpngbu Theta why h
"A DENVER ROMANCE"THANHOUSER Mrs. J. A. Rusk and daughter Miss Farken Ordinary won foaataispeushawatraizbt t leak. : vi
Dorothy, arrived in Orlando yesterday feed tabes in which iak.ataya.cm
I when pen is point ap. Lit insid.dzpandIaafrombeatoryoarbodT.
from Charleston, V. Va., en routeto pea. .
forcea this ink oat onto end of pea.
Wherein the East Shows the West its Mettle. Pine Castle where they will spendthe D Standard style Parker Lock CarveFena
with $JO to SZSO.oo wxaniiag to slide
winter
remainder of the and ornamentation.
Messrs. C. F. and W. T. Li\engood, N.w Parka Jack Kntf Salty PaP
cannot: leak if it tries. Ton na.a
"GETTING ACQUAINTED" brothers of Mrs. Rusk. carry it .tU*HI'rica$&M...

KEYSTONE I
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A Laugh-Insister: A Grouch-Resister

. GULF GASOLINEAND [ D LUCKY LtlRVE

tIN AI PEIN.w
I Same Little Prices I Iu Parkar Dn.pp..rios a.

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like a snapping turtle
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Drums for shipping and storage Iatoyass

(@rlnu n WANTED or 5 dozen fresh eggs tanks kept on hand.
n.rirty
each week. Apply to Dr. George i
Porter, 403 Magnolia avenue. Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit =: I'
-Edited By Mia Eliza Wright 1-15-lt all cars. Give make of car when you l

Office telephone No. Ij9. Residence telephone No. 254 order. Co
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FOR RENT-Rooms. 3:50 per week, ,
in the best part of the city; also
WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDARJan. resident, season, honorary members, housekeeping rooms. The St. James, GULF REFINING COil JEWELERSa
15th-16th. and their escorts, are invited to be I 308 West street. l-15-6t ,, [ dJ
present.DR. IO=USi
FOR RENT-Housekeeping rooms, P. G. WALTON, Agent
Friday I with all conveniences of Northern Office Phone 450. -- ------- - --- -
Luncheon; Mrs. R. L. Harris, hon- J. C. HOWELL OPENS NEW home; also use of garage. 8 East Residence Phone 269.
oree; Mrs. Edna Fuller, hostess. OFFICESDr. Concord avenue just off Orange ave- ... lit 55 II 550 015 011110.00005 1151 SO lIIIIIS1111ISS
3 P. M.-Nullos Card Club; Mrs.C. nue. l-15-3t --
B. Robinsonhostess., .
Dance, Rossmore Inn, Windermere.. J. C. Howell formerly of the I WANTED-Party: to represent my I,
8:15 P. M.-Cathedral-Rollins basket staff of the Philadelphia College of business as general agent for city VENEER CORES I
ball game Armory. Osteopathy, and a post graduate of and vicinity; $10 cash required; goodsin

6 P. M. to 8 Saturday P. M.-Turkey supper, the A. S. 0., has recently moved intoa .reply demand, triflers.; fully E.demonstrated.P. McNally,Don't Gen- $1.25 If your neighbor's house coeds I
old Methodist la- suite of three offices in the
postoffice building; large eral Delivery. 1-15-lt painting, do him a real kindness by ;
dies. Cheney block recently occupied by Dr. Per Strand Up
Christ.Dr. telling him about Sun Proof Paint
BEAUTY SPECIALIST
Mrs. Shinn Hostess
HoweH's new offices are being I Mrs. Minnie Sawyer, of Boston, FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND and the Orlando Paint & Wall Paper i,
Mrs. Geo. Shinn was the first hos- would be pleased to do work at OAK WOOD
with all the I your 205 South
latest Orange avenue.
equipped ,
appli- Company
tess for the "Here and There" needle- homes or hotels. Shampooing, face
work Club, which met yesterday af- ances for diagnostic work and treat- and scalpt specialist; manicuring, chi- Orlando Wood YardB.
ment. An X-ray machine, a nitrous- ropody, hair dressing. Phone 680.
ternoon at her home on Amelia ave- .
W. Kingsley, Proprietor ,
10 West Concord avenue, Orlando. ;
nue. The ladies of the neighborhoodwere oxide gas apparatus, and various other l-15-12t PINE STREET AND R. R, i I ;
invited to bring their sewing apparatus were added to the equip- Telephone 34.: I

and spend the afternoon. The hostess ment of the office. ARRIVES FROM BOSTONMr. : 9-30

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e assisted by Mrs. Lege. ,TO LECTURE FRIDAY EVENINGDr. I and Mrs. J. C. Little, of Bos- -------- -

Plans for Confederate Ball I ton, Mass, arrived yesterday over t
The U. D. C., Annie Coleman Chapter Tupper has been preaching at the Atlantic Coast Line from Jack- :.
met in regular monthly sessionat ' the Baptist church in Winter Park sonville, and are located for a month's FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEU
the home of Mrs. B. G. Aber- every night this week to intensely sojourn on West Central avenue. Mr.

nethy on East Central avenue yester- interested audiences. He will give and Mrs. Little have many friends in j
day afternoon. There was a very his lecture on the "Humorous Side this city, having spent a number of Established 1886

large attendance, the final plans fo' !.of a Preacher's Life" Friday evening, seasons here in the past. 3J J
the Confederate ball were complete'. which will be his last service there

which is to be given at the Armor). for some time. No charge will be KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS !
Tuesday evening, January 19, 8:30 i i made for admission, but a silver offer- I CURTIS & O'NEAL

o'clock. Mrs. Robert Howe gave an I ing will be taken for the benefit of : Welcome Lodge No. 9 meets to-

interesting talk, on the Life of Gen. the building fund. i night at 7:30 o'clock in Castle Hall,

Robert E. Lee, and read an article Orange and Central avenues. Workin INSURANCE LOANS I
from the "Confederate Veteran," (. EARLY VEGETABLES I the rank of Esquire. Visiting

which was enjoyed by all. The ladies ;, Early planting means early vege- Knights welcomed.
wish to thank Mr. HoelTler for the tables; early vegetables mean money. Murry S. King, C. C. REAL ESTATE RENTALS
ice cream donated to them for the You can't have either without good 9
afternoon refreshments and the neat seed. We are receiving fresh seed AT ARCADIA 1 1I

little calendars for a souvenir. ;daily. We have for your information,
Arcadia, Fla. Jan. 14.-Col. E. A.
Rosalind Club |government reports regarding spring Thomas, of Orlando, is down for a I
The Rosalind Club entertained at crops in Florida. .
I few days mingling with his many ;
cards last evening on the regular j WRIGHT SEED COMPANY,
friends in this section, and transact- Main
South
"gentlemen's evening" for this month.I' 1-13-tfc 206 S. Orange Ave. ing business. Colonel Thomas, beingan FOR RENT-.-Bmalo 5 Rooms Furnished,

A large number of guests enjoyed the old resident of this city, always Street. ]
playing. Mrs. Charles Campbell,I i BOARD AND ROOMS I receives a cordial greeting on his visits :
Mrs. Monroe, Mrs. J. N. McElroy, here.
and Misses Mary Robinson, Grace i| The tourist season is now well under I : Seven Room House, South Orlando. t

Holt served delicious refreshments. I way, and there is aconstantly in- One of Michigan's penitentiarieshas
I
Rosalind ReceptionOn creasing demand for rooms. Thereare produced a leading short story Orlando.
Two New Five Room Houses South West
Thursday evening, January 21, doubtless many families in the I writer. The gentleman was merely ,
the Rosalind Club will entertain witha city who have rooms to rent, and the a forger when he was caught. The

reception in honor of Deaconess surest way to find good tenants is to I moral effect of prison life is very
Henrietta Pell-Clarke, the first presi- advertise in the Daily Morning Sen- commonly deplored.-Chicago Daily

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FOR RENT-Seven room house; water -
gas electric lights, bath etc.; J.1.1Illl er. La1:11: & l.11Cl shlll: ;lei
SENTINELWANT barn, stable, chicken house; lot 100 by
: 200 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange
avenue. 10-31-tI

S FOR RENT-Large, attractive room. t'
Inquire No. 8 West Washington St. vlyr

4? 11-8-tfc I .,

The Morning Sentinel Want FOR RENT-Small flat, modern conveniences 4
unfurnisLfiL Jas. A.
is
Directory the Greatest Want
ORLANDO
Ad Medium in Orlando. Knox. 11-3-tf .

Terms Cash in Advance. NICE LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,

RATES 10-25-tf to adults only. 409 Delaney street.


For One Day ____._________25t Cement Plaster and
For Three Days ____________50c TO RENT Two pleasant rooms for Royal Agatite Perfection LimeSUB.TROPICAL
For Six Days _______________75c light housekeeping for adults. 510
ARE YOU) ONE OF THEM ? For One Month ____________$2. 0 West Central. ---- u_ -- ------ -- ---------=--== --:: =-=-n -- -- - - -
This rate applies on all ads of I
25 words less. If the ad
There people who or con- WANTED
are many .
tains more than 25 words the rate M MtOMHItlHI9eJllilMMMHIMMMII8eilMMimiMiaM MIHIIItiMMMM
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have been in Orlando long
will be one cent per word for
enough to have decided to each additional word for each in- W WANTED Middle aged woman for
sertion.If house work. Apply Box H., care
you can't bring your ad to Sentinel. 1-5-tI
BUY A HOMEWe 1
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- EXPOSITION
counts opened by telephone will be LOST-Small hand satchel on West
have listed on our books a payable the following day. street or Church street; containedtwo
mileage books, few letters and
Every Home-Every Business- toilet articles. Return to P. P. McGraw MID-WINTER .
fewGENUINE Every Man has use for a Sentinel office and receive re .
BARGAINSthat Sentinel Want Ad. ward. 14-3t


we would be pleased to BUYERS AND SELLERSI

have you see. The prices FOR SALE OEL..A.. DO., F'.i..ii.M
buy, sell rent and exchange real
in value from $1700.00to %
range FOR SALE-24 acres Rood citrus estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
$9500.00 and every one of land 4 miles from court house facing over 30 years. Have handled over -
them will bear closest investi- one-fourth mile on proposed brick $20,000,000. Call and see m.. FE So 9-13 1915EDUCATIONAL
gation. road. $500, take it in next 30 days.P. 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. ,
O. Box 486. l-13-6t -- -- ----
Call in and let us take you
TEN ACRES overlooking Orland.
;
out and show you what we FOR SALE-Story & Clark upright all cleared; fine land; good home
have. grand piano won by Miss Myrtle site. 2000. H. McDaniel. Phone
Weeks in the recent contest will be 70$.
sold for benefit of Baptist church Embracing-Agriculture, Horticulture, Floriculture, Domestic-
ORLANDO BUILDING & LAND[ building fund. Piano may be seen,
COII
Now is the time to buy your seed
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Irish potatoes. Wilson & Toomer Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry, -
Weeks 10 Washington street. have the Improved Rose No. 4 and
North Orange Avenue 1.13-tfc Bliss Triumph grown specially for and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports

PHONE 608 I. them and inspected by U. S. go\ein- Entertainments of all kindsFor
1912 ABBOTT TOURING CAR-Fine ment. See II. McDaniel: agent AreoplansLectures .
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL condition for sale cheap; or will Phone 708. l-8-12t

FRED B. DALEC. exchange for real estate. C. D. Kirk
H. BRYANT General Delivery city. l-12-6t NICHOLAS & NICHOLAS
information or premium list address -
DAYIS a GILES. CounselF. FOR SALE--A very attractive mod- MANUFACTURE classes! of hairgoods

A. PEPPERCORN. Contractor ern home on large lot. with private ; prices reasonable and work VVM.' R. O'NEAL Scc'y H. H. DICKSON Pre ; ;
lake front; beautiful view of three first class. alt and see us at :m:! ,
large lakes; also adjoining lot a beau- Garland street. 1-G-lmo
tiful building site, set with young
trees; private lake front. See the IIIOIICIIIIIIIIII.I.IIIIIJII1.1.III.tll..llltt.l'
WE HAVE NOW READY FOR DE-
owner at 98 Lakeview avenue. ..
"DIXIE 11ITED"Between 1-9-6t* LIVERY Irish Potatoes, warrantedfree
< from scab or other diseases. --- -- ------------
Drop me a card or phone 708 and let
FOR SALE-To those only who have us talk over your requirements. I ..
cash capital to invest in winter will make it to our mutual advan-
homes; also big acreage in groves and tage. H. C. McDaniel.
J duonville, Chicago and St. Louis trucking lands. Address Box 814,
Orlando. 1-8-lmoc NOTICS I have for
?- Accepted agency
Reestablished January 6, 1915 Wilson & Toomer's fertilizers in Rj-U7

--- -- FOR SALE-30 acres land. 20 fenced. Orange county and will appreciatethe 3'ymr
Northbound Daily Southbound 10 cleared ready for setting trees; patronage of their old customers
9:35 am Lv. Jacksonv'e Ar. 7:30 pm close to depot;3 miles from Orlando. and hope to make new friends for this
5:08 pm Ar. Macon Lv.11:45 am Cheap if sold in 30 days. Lock Box firm. Their Ideal brands are too well
8K)3pm Ar. Atlanta Lv. 8:35 am No. 4, 1-3-lmo* known for any comment at my hands. - .
12:18 am Ar. Chattan'ga Lv. 4:37 am My experience as a grower of both
4.50 am Ar. Nashville Lv.12.10 am FOR SALE-One fruit and vegetables warrants we in
,.
seven
9:28 am Ar. Evansville Lv. 7:30pmi six cylinder automobile, 1 passenger old, saying: ;, as their agent, I can be of \
6:35 pm Ar._Chicago Lv.11:30 am first class condition. Don't year answer real service to those who have grove KINCAID aml SNOWDEN

2:69 pm Ar. St. Lo 1sL_ ::2:15-pm unless interested. Address Bargain, trouble. I am prepared to give to
care of Sentinel. 11-14-tf my patrons not only my own experience -
but that of the firm which cov-
Solid Train CompartmentObservation
detail of the citrus and
ers
every veg-
Standard Pullman and FOR RENT
cars cars
.
coaches, between Jacksonville and ----------- citrus Phone 708.EIGHTEEN industry.. H. C. McDaniel. Orlando's -Largest and Cheapest
Chicago. Standard Pullman sleepers FURNISHED ROOMS: for rent
Jacksonville to St. Louis.DINING within two blocks of Florida Sani-
AND A HALF ACRESof
tarium. Terms most reasonable. Ad-
dress Mrs. land on Lake Gatlin; sixteen infive
Hy. Moor Formosa, Fla. FURNITURE HOUSECor.
CARS 1-14-31* year old oranges and grapefruit;
overlooks four lakes; in perfect con
dition. Price $12.0OO. Nothing bet-
FOR RENT At
Windermere 12
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Atlantic Coast]Line miles from Orlando, two well furnished ter in Florida, unless it is the prop-
erty below described. and Pine Sts. Orlandoten
heated rooms, each having. 3 Main
Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. large windows, in pleasant cottage on TWENTY ACRES in I
good neighborhood -
Lake Butler. Use of bath and large
fine kind 19! in bearing
screened ; ; acres -
porches facing lake; near
G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., Rossmore Inn. Would also rent fully trees: good .lake protection; good: I -
trees Price with
on $10,000
equipped kitchen if desired. Address crop
Tampa, Florida. I M. A. Buckley Windemere. Fla. fruit; or owner will keep fruit, deducting -f
1-14-lwk $2,000 for same. Offered only,
for reasons beyond owners control.
See H. McDaniel for articulars. I
FOR RENT-To single adult, very Phone 708.CORDON'S.
Real Estate !
Bought desirable furnished room with all
conveniences in choice neighborhood.
Apply 408 East Pine street.


", and Sold. FOR l-13-6t*RENT-Large, pleasant fur- CARRIAGE B lie Hw leaf r fiidi


City Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash nished rooms; in good location;
with private family; close in. 302 ---AND---
and $1.00 per week buys a Lot North
Orange,: avenue. 1-9-61

. RENTS COLLECTED. BAGGAGE TRANSfER
Notary Work Promptly and Neatly FOR RENT-rurnished. large pleas-
Don ant room; bath, hot and cold water;
. electric lights; private family; closein. L. T. HARRELL Prop. :
---- Phone 520. 312 North Main. Cook and Heat
1-12-61 Piano and Furniture .
E N. P. HATCHER Moving
A NEW SIX ROOM HOUSE for sale, a Specialty
ORLANDO FLORIDA with fireplace bath room and city E. Church St. PHONE 487
water. Inquire of C. W. Rowe, Edge- \
: Office at Pinehurst Park wood street Concord Park. 1-10-61 WITH
-
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i P. O. Box 281 .
PHONE 405 10-8-lm FOR RENT-Furnished or unfur-
t nished rooms for light housekeep-
ing. Apply to 601 East Central avenue -
or phone 591. l-10-6tc LAKE !SITE
ORLANDOPLUMBING

FOR RENT-New five room bungalow ,: -
; screened throughout; bath;
open air sleeping apartment; hot and GASkl
CO1 cold water; electric lights; best residence Four miles from Orlando one
section; six blocks from busi-
ness center. Call Western Union of- mile from Post Office Schoolsand

fice. l-10-6tc Churches and Packing

26 WEST PINE STREET House. On good road just
FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for one
PHONE 122 light housekeeping on first, second mile from Orlando Sandfordroad.
and third floors; no objection to chil-
dren over 12 or under 1 year. 300 '
East Concord. Phone 380. 1-2-tfc Surrounded by fine Groves Virginia
;

Best Plumbing PricesWe at Lowest SEVEN one block ROOM from new Eola stucco park cottage; com-, Citrus Pine Land Timber.with water Excellent protec- Tilell n YOll'Il Surely IJ J


mands fine view of city. Price $5,500. tion and beautiful lake frontage
are not in the combine. H. C. McDaniel phone 708.;

SLA LITER'S latest uiTentions used
Sixty Acres
.a all fintclaasPlumbing FOR RENT-6 room house with all at
modern improvements; furnished;
$150 season 3 months. One cottage
Construction! $20 Per Acre
for light housekeeping $30 a month.
Room and board for couple of tourists

& Atha., $12 per week. Inquire 12-13-lm Cooper ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.

NEIL McDUFFEE

FOR RENT-Rooms, with or without Think of it and see
I board; also rooms for light housekeeping -
Contractor and Builder I ; several apartments from 1 GAS DEPARTMENT '

toI rooms each at very reasonable ORlANDO) REAL ESTATE CO. I II
Bungalows a Specialty II
of
II prices.. Inquire F. L. Anderson, ,
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I '9 vest Church street. Phone 49.:
Orlando
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12-6-tf
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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 FORt

SALE 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 the stock at cost and below coot in many instances, and that the sale will continue as long as there is a dollar's worth of goods

left, or until some one buys the stock and good-will. There will be no slip this_ time as I am positively going out of business. My books are open to any intending purchasenshowing O 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. \



TABLE LINEN- SOISETTES- WOOL BLANKETS

25c. kind: for ____________________________ 18c $5.50 kind for _----------------------___$3.50 t <
$1.75 kind for $1.25
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$1.50 kind for __________________________$1.15 LADIES HANDKERCHIEFSCOTTO BLANKETS- l : :

$1.25 kind for ____________________________95c 35c. kind for _______:._____________________25c_ $2.75 kind for ______$' 00
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$1.00 kind for ____________________________80c 25c kind for ________________________----_20c $2.50 kind for - ---------__-_____1.85 w
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75c. kind for _____________________________55c $1.50 kind for -- ___________________$1.10
CURTAIN GOODS- ---
kind for ____________________________45c
GOc. $125.00 kind for __
. __________________________19c20c. $5c
kind for --
25c. -------------------
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5Oc. kind for _____________________________40c *
kind for 15c
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SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES- 15c. kind for __________________________lOc LADIES FLANNELETTE GOWNS ,
___ __ $1.00 kind for _________goc } |
10 and 12&e. kind for _________ 08c ------------------
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81x99 Sheets, 90c. kind for_________________68c : 75c. kind for __Boc60c i-
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72x99 Sheets 85c kind for_______ 63c LADIES VESTS- kind for ____ t
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81x90 Sheets, 85c. kind 63c 50c. kind for _____________40c i
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72x90 Sheets 80c. kind for _________________58c 35c. kind for _____ 25c
63x90 Sheets, 70c. kind for _________________52c 25c. kind for _______________-_____________20c MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Same Reductions.LADIES ,

CORSETS MEN'S ECLIPSE SHIRTS- .
The above are all 1st quality, seamless sheets, stock $3.00 kind for __________________________$2.00 f fis
$1.50 kind for ___ ____________..______$1.15
kind for __________________________
$2.00 $1.50
not them at if want .
large; get once, you any. $1.00 kind for ___________________ 80c
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$1.50 kind for __________________________$1.00 I
45x36 Pillow Cases, 25c. kind for ____________19c $1.00 kind for ____________________________80c MEN'S WORK SHIRTS- ..."

45x36 Pillow Cases, 22Jhe. kind for _________17c COAT SUITS AND HATS- 50c. kind for ___________________-. _____ 40c Iiiii,
42x36 Pillow Cases, 20c kind for _-__________15c Many kinds of Heavy Winter Goods and Hats will I ,
HEAVY UNDERWEAR50c.
42x36 Pillow Cases, 15c. kind for ___________12c be sold at any price, no reasonable offer will be MEN'S -
kind for ___ ____________ : ---h.toc
42x3 POll owes, 12V/,c. kind for ___________lOc refused. h \
FRUIT OF THE LOOM- MEN'S UNION SUITS- '

OUTING FLANNEL- 12 V e. kind for _----______________________09c $1.00 kind for 75c t
12V/. kind for ___________________________lOc Special Nainsook finish, 12V c. kind for _____09c -------------------------- '

lOc. kind for _____ ____--________________08c Hope Muslin, lOc. kind for ________________08c SILK HOSE- ;
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Ginghams, lOc. kind for ___________________08c $1.00 kind for ____________________'____________75c
POPLINS- Ginghams, 12V c. kind for _________________lOc 50c. kind for ____________________________40c \ : ;
25c. and :85c kind for _________________ ____19c Percales, 12V kind for ________ _________lOc 35c. kind for ___________________----------25c
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MAP OF THE CANAL IS 50x10 LOST BOTH LEGS-DEAD
OPERA HOUSE: FEET AND LARGEST .

EVER MADE
Car Inspector Powell of the A. C. ORLANDO : ROOFING !

L., suffered the loss of both legs at
Matinee and Night Washington, Jan. 13.-Members of AND
Sanford at 9 o'clock Tuesday night
the isthmian canal commission had

Monday Jan. 18 before them for inspection today ,death resulting yesterday morning SHEET METAL CO. :

what is said to be the largest relief

::r.A.. Cob1.Lrn:7s j map Panama ever canal made.on a Representing scale of one foot the the Here owner are bargains it will pay direct you from to Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos, ,
look into: t
GREATER I Ir to a mile, the map which is fifty feet No 1 and Rubber Roofings

I by ten. was completed by George 2-acre farm just over city

: : STBELS ;Robertson of this city, to whom the limits, 120 fruit trees, mostly Cornices: Skylights Heating Ventilating. Metal\ Ceilings
bearing 1000 plant pinery, cov- --- ---- ----
contract for the work was given by I
Bigger, Better Than Ever. 30 People. Band and Orchestra.i!the commission. It will shortly be ered, and in bearing; 6-room Works: 14 E. Church St. - ORLANDO
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New Season. Beautiful Ensemble."NEPTUNE'S .
Everything Every shipped to the Panama Pacific expo- nearly new bungalow, mostly
"t I, furnished stable, hen
sition. new;
PALACE LAND OF NYADS"At I and soil.
house. Well fenced good
The map is in the natural colors of I Ii
( the Bottom of the Sea.) Six Big Minstrel Vaudeville Acts I i the canal zone, aiming to give the IA!I dandy little fruit and poultryfarm. .
including the IMPERIAL MUSICAL HUSSARS and the scream I impression one would get of it from i iI Price $1500.00.No. .' ." ..IIIIIIIMIIMIMIineiiMiillllllM

ing Farce I,I an aeroplane. Locks, buoys, range 2
"P ACIFICA TING MEXICANNO"Featuring I lights, breakwater, even the Cucu- On Lakeview avenue, one lot, BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT
J racha slide in the Culebra cut are 100x620; 40 young fruit trees,
Those Merriest Men of Modern Minstrelsy, CHARLEY I I faithfully shown., Many larger build- ;$650.00.Vould sub-divide into LUCERNE NIGHT 23nl I
GANO and NICODEMUS GLYNN The Great Big Fun Show. Street ings in the towns near by are also 4 or 5 lots, and bring three Saturday January Y YThe
THEATRE ONLY
Parades and Band Concerts Dally. ;I represented. The only thing lackingin t times this.

< Matinee 50c., Children 25c. the model is the fortifications, I No. 3 Society Event of the Theatrical Season
PRICES t Night 50c., 75c., $I.OO. I which will protect the canal, the disposition -I 4 lots in Oakwood Park,
of thes ebeing, of course, a I fenced in together, covered with ENGLISH
secret. i60 4-year old fruit trees. I
: j Would make little chicken and BOSTON COMPANY
.'' i I a I OPERA I IIn
WILL OPEN MONDAY :fruit place; price $120.00 each,
r !I 'or $400.00 for all. a Master Production of the World's Favorite Opera-

Tampa, Fla., Jan. .-After manyI j No.4 VERDI'S BEAUTIFULILTROVATORE ,
I HHammond&QoreFUNERAL I months of busy preparation, the Bay 1 lot, 58x150, 2 blocks from
i i View, Tampa's newest and tallest ho- I I|P. O. in Winter Park. This is : i

DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. 'tel, will open Monday i,right in town, has 18 large fruit
I'I'REAL
I 't, A strong personnel of experiencedhotel i trees; well fenced. Will pay 20
men will conduct the house. It I per cent. on the investment at
PRICES :
VALUES LOW will be managed E. G. Stanford, I
by 50000.
'I I With the Most Remarkable Cast of Stars Ever Heard in k
I who has had wide in the No.5
experience ,i i
COMPARE English Opera, including
+[business. Formerly he was stewardI 10 acres on lake front in Chu- I

I I at the Tampa Bay hotel, was laterI luota, fine for vegetables and AMERICA'S GREATEST

I FURNITUREWe Ii IiO :I I 11912 i supervisor, he successfully, and, in the managed summer it for of luota,, fine$600.00 for fruit and vegetables JOSEPH F. SHEEHAN[[ TENOR

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provide the quality of furniture that has long 'i H. L Coe. His reputation as an able i No. 6 MIRTH CARMEN LOUIS HEMMING
been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the ::and affable host is already well established -.f The nicest 3-acre young grovein HAROLD J. GElS ARTHUR DEAN
standard of merit. If an article is here it is good. .I in South Florida. Florida, located on the new HENRI DeVAREE EVLINE VAN AERNAM
It wouldn't here were it otherwise. We ca 't make i I I T. W. Jewett, former head auditor ,I brick street. Central avenue. WILLIAM HAMILTON WILLIAM YOUNG
this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stonesof for i the Knickerbocker hotel, New '6-room bungalow with all modern ELAINE DeSELLEM CLARK HARCOURT '
I this business, and that means much to any buyer. I i York i and for three years head book :' improvements; garage hen GRACE DOXSEE AND OTHERS
''
keeper at the Tampa Bay, will have house, etc.

?McNflLL & DAVIS BLOCK 1 I charge of the books at the Bay View. .. This place is a dandy, and will The Superb Boston English Opera Chorus, Sand
Mrs. Jewett, the invest-
| looking after the service, pay big interest on Augmented Orchestra Under
Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St.. Orlando Fla. I will have charge of a competent staff '':ment at $5,000.00. k
I lof white help. None but white ser- No.7 Direction of Basil Harsfall.The .
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vants will be employed. 1 lot, 86x210 on Lake Lucerne,
.
. most finished and artistic performance of 'IlTrovatore
f
t 30 young fruit treeh, beautiful ever taken on Tour," is the verdict of Press and Public.
- -- ---- CATHEDRAL AND ROLLINS ,,shade. This is a beauty and a
FOR SALE I TURKEY SUPPERThe bargain. PRICKS A

ladies of the Methodist church Arrangements have been perfected i ii i! These are my own,you pay no

Good Terms citrus to and Suit truck Purchaser land, cleared,j'''will give a turkey supper Saturday,bas-ket| I'no commission. I can give reasonable SOc., 75c., $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00 ,
in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots, on 5:30 to 8 p. m., at the old postoffice ,| terms if desired. "
brick road to be built this year, two f room. Delicious menu. Price 50[the young ladies of Rollins' college I I Call and talk it over. Seats 'will be placed on sale at DeLaney's Drug Store ;
miles from Phone 1024 4
rings,or write Orlando.II. G. Jackson, R. F. D. cents. 1.14-3tc ;I!and Cathedral school try conclusions |I L. H. SPENCER Monday morning January 18. tX
No. 2, Orlando, for appointment. I in the Armory, Friday evening, January ': 733 West Central Ave.
1-7-lmo Get the news in the Sentinel first. ;'i 15th. J I l-12-6t &" 111"1'1'11'1'1"1"1'1'1'1"1
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Earlyvariety j



:1 No Nursery tree is first-class unless it is budded from bearing trees of a known \


quality and quantity of production. :

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\ ".r".. ..- .' : '. :,;.:.r1;:' f1j"i'. ,'.;, '., ",# ,:"...:;J..., : ( :'(i.. r. .l'J" : . five sold by the Florida Citrus Exchange, has
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";"' ,,'."t;; .:;..... .".'..;..' >.-Z .,"tf.. '. 'I"" -'JQ.: ", ;: ..>A.. '. ,,' ...t-, '.<..fo:"'#'. .:;,'.. .JiiiJ'U growers
.:- .:s',_?" '' >(' .,<":......T'h. .- .... :" :'f. :. : ': .. ,.7::.Zf .' .: .:;'a'?x ;;;.L->.:: ; \'. boxes $2.18 per box f.o.b. shipping point while oranges, including -

I :L: '.:-; 4. . '<"-f' :\ ':t:'.,..:.: 'L:\_. -t -:-" : :; ''-':''::: :'' ';f( :':} ',: : : ,.\ all grades and all varieties, have averaged over the same period -
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, ."..' . ," 1",f. ., '. /J'Y ". ": .. - '-:- per a year
: :.3 <". ".''l<::\' ' i r, '.' y In dollars and cents early Grapefruit is far in the lead. .
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i f 3; 'J,: .': t.\, ::. ,..r ., '! 11- ''; 4; Shipments made in October and November, which is the early
I. ;.. t' :t, '. ; ; : :''I'ft reason afforded by Conner Prolific Grapefruit, have averaged ,
)0\ ];j : $2.78 per box for all Grapefruit shIpped.hdseason to late
?i : grapefruit has averaged $2.34 per box f.o.b., showing a balance
G: in favor of the Conner Prolific Grapefruit variety of 44c. per box
t f.o.b., for every box shipped of early Grapefruit.

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

J r"' When Early Grapefruit goes to market in October and November -
t i t ripe luscious and fit to eat, as Conner Prolific variety
't will be at this season there i is nothing to compete with it. Cantaloupes
_
I. + : v ;,(;nrts a are gone apples are not yet ripe and it is the best fruit

t -r- Zi..i- .-_."".,_.. - .-. obtainable. That is the reason why early Grapefruit; brings a
big price. Government supervision will rule the shipment of
fruit from Florida after the season of 1914-15, and you may depend -
CONNOR PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT, 4 YEARS OLD, ON ROUGH LEMON STOCK upon it that early Grapefruit; will not be hampered by

shipments of green. unpalatable stuff as has been the rule in
the past; therefore prices should be better than ever before
and we advise you with all heartiness and with all good will and
wishes for your prosperity to plant the Conner Prolific Grapefruit
The OCKLA1HA NURSERIES do not Produce Alone !
( Grapefruit i and be sure of something staple in the way of returns. Keep
out of competition i with the other fellow as much as you can.
Far from it. All varieties that will produce Money Making Conner Prolific Grapefruit is perfect on all classes of soil, and on
both rough; lemon and sour orange stock. You can produce good
crops and that will afford fruit for the proper season of shipment color in October and November on high land with Conner Pro-
lific Grapefruit on lemon stock and on hammock lands and flat-
of the highest quality are produced in the Ocklawaha woods lands i in all parts of the state you can produce a fruit that
has in the world stock.
no equal on sour orange Recommended )
Nurseries. for all sections and endorsed by the Bureau of Pomology and '
guaranteed by us to be strictly Al in every particular.


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OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES by their system of - 3i'
a
propagation from absolutely all bearing trees and }
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the best selection of branches from those trees ." :4 tare

producing orange and grapefruit trees that are worth more # ; .

money to the grower as a start for a money-making grove than '" lY f' '3 .
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anything else possible for them to obtain in Florida.We !
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claim and can substantiate that no tree propagated ,

or budded from any other source is a first- -c ,
.
4. I
class tree. !In order to get the quality you must I '

have the start from parentage that is unquestioned .- ,
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This the Ocklawaha Nurseries provide, and by that means offer I i I

every opportunity for success to the planter of new groves. It I :
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costs you, maybe a hundred or may a hundred and fifty dollars ; !
more for a thousand trees grown in this way: but in ten years I !

the saving effected will double this sum many times and you can I i
well afford to spend this small difference in the cost of your I
trees than you can afford to lose the ultimate benefit that you I i y I I

had planned to gain from your grove. Buy Ocklawaha Nursery- e': 1
Stock and know that your trees are right. Refuse to accept any : I

trees produced without a parentage a pedigree, a source and aright i
to your every confidence and that means that you will
come to the Ocklawaha Nurseries where the very best serviceis

afforded you and after that you can cultivate your grove with CONNER PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT 4 YEARS OLD, ON SOUR GRANGE STOCK
confidence in the outcome of your efforts. i I .
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2nd FloorTRIMMED f1'T, ' fj 2nd Floor
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Extraordinary Sale of 1 Your choice of any ;;


Ladies'' Trimmed d Hats Untrimmed shape in

Your choice of any trimmed the store value up to

hat in the Store, ''i. o
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D e t ill en t *Special offerings from the Shoe Department j;i
J/ par on lines of Men's Shoes we are closing "

f leathers.out. We have your size and styles in all' i

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Men's $4.50 Shoes ________________$3.48 Men's: $6.00 Shoes ---------------_$IS9 j
1 Men's $4.00 Shoes ________________$2.98 Men $5.00 Shoes -------------__$3.79

We heartily recommend this style to Men's $3.50 Shoes ________________$2.79 j
I t Ladies Shoes in New = ]
l'' Up-to-Date Lasts -
1 1 men of fashion who desire to be dressed
with Kidney heels all sizes and widths at -< j
/ in the height of fashion. Just one of our the following low prices: y-

many styles. Let us show you. Cut-. at __________________$4.89 :
Prices on Suits and Overcoats. $5.00 values at __________________$3.98 s 3
$4.50 values at __________________$3.33
$4.00 values at ------____________$3.17
$15.00 Suits and Overcoats at$10.75 $3.50 values at __________________$2.79
$18.00 Suits and Overcoats at$12.75 $3.00 values at __________________$2.29 .. 1

$20.00 Suits and Overcoats at$14.75 Odd lot Misses and Children's Shoes; J

$22.50 Suits and Overcoats at.$16.75 sizes 11V& to 6, $2.50 values at.$1.98Special : A I .]
care given to fitting Children EPRLL COCOPYRH
$25.00 Suits and Overcoats at$18.75
HT I.14 feet. Bring or send them to us. We are
TNI':HOUSE:Of'KYPPNNEIMER: I
Feet Fitters. I
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CtlIN.4 O PARTMfNT Rf40Y.TO.WfAR OfP'T OR SS GOODS OfP4R'T :

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3rd Floor 2nd Floor 1st Floor
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Haviland China Dinner Set, daintly decorated, Beautiful Coat Suits, made of the finest fabrices, in One lot Dress Goods all this season's styles, in 1
gold mat handles, 100 pieces, $39.50 quality__28.98 all of the late models specially priced at ONE-HALF Crepes, Serges, Wool Taffeta and Gabardines; j

Haviland$35.00 China quality Dinner for__Set__-,,,_decorated________,__100___pieces_____,_$25.98* Price.$15.00 COAT SUITS in this sale at _____________$7.50 quality in all the__wanted________shades_______$1.00______and_____$1.25_______69c J
$20.00 COAT SUITS in this sale at _____________$10.00 One lot Wool Dress Goods in plain and fancyweaves
Haviland China i
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Set of 100 pieces beautifully 1
$'>a.- 00 COAT SUITS in this sale at $1.?..0>o $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 qualities 48c
decoratedDinner with Mat Gold, -------------- -------- ,
$85.00 set for$67.60 : _________
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COAT
$30.00 SUITS in this sale at $15.00 1
Haviland China Dinner Set of 100 pieces, white Imported Wool Challies, light and dark grounds,
I and gold bands, $90.00 set for -------_______$69.00 LADIES' and CHILDRENS' COATS small neat designs, 50c and 60c. quality _______39c
Austrian China Dinner Set of 100 pieces, white Chiffon Taffeta Silk, as soft as satin, with a beautiful 1
and gold, perfect in shape, $55.00 set for$36.50 at HALF PRICE sheen, all shades, 36 inches wide,
quality ________________________ ___$1.50'J__
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English China Dinner set of 100 pieces, light blue, $2.50 COATS in this sale at ____________________$1.25 :
white and gold and green and gold, $29.00 set ___________________ Silk Crepe for Evening Dresses, a beautiful line, ;
for ____________________________________$21.50 $4.00_ COATS in this sale at- $2.00 in plain and fancy weaves, Pink, Light Blue ,
$a.00 COATS in this sea t --------------------$2.50 White, Cream, Lavendar, Yellow and
China Dinner for Set of 65 pieces_white______and_____gold___,_ $10.00 COATS in this sale at-__________________$5.00: Black, 75c. quality _______Navy___________________50c ::
$5.50 set $2.98
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$15.00 COATS in this sale at___________________$7.50 Chiffon Velvet beautiful soft finish, light weight
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Special Discount of 10 per cent. on all China during $20.00 COATS in this sale at $10.00 Russian Blue, Moravian Plum, Green and
this Sale. $25.00 COATS in this sale at __________________$12.50 Black, full yard wide, $5.00 quality __________$3.50 .




Saturday Night i S Specials ROOF GARDEN THEATRE Saturday Night S Specials :


TO-NIGHT
LadiesqualOutiity Gowns, cut full, made of '
a good .;
Men's Ribbed Shirts and Drawers, broken sizes, of Outing, $1.35: quality ______________98c .
50c. quality 39c U 1 T 1
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Ladies House Dresses, good style I made of G.Ing-
Silks, in plain and fancy Jacquard and floral deANIMATED WEEKLY ham and Percales, $1.25 quality ______________98c
signs, values up to 50c., your choice ___________19c Ladies Shoes and Oxfords, small sizes, values up .
Victor Drama<". 2 Reels to $4.00, your choice ----____________________59c j
Misses White Wool Sweaters, $3.00 and $3.50
qualities for ----------------______________$1.98 THE KING AND THE MAN Best Breakfast Bacon, per pound ------___________23c ;
St Ccmedy Best Breakfast Bacon, per pound, sliced ___________25c :
erling
Mattrass, full 50 pound satin finish a number 1 Best Roasted Coffee, 5 Ibs. for ----------________$1.00 J
felt, $12.50 quality, 1 to a customer __________$9.29 CARMEN ROMANCE Tomatoes, 12 2-lb. cans for -------_______________90c ,

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Mrs. M. J. Tabraham and Mr. and
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Mrs. J. F. Crenshaw, prominent win- tFv po

ter residents of Altamonte Springs,
motored to Orlando yesterday and /?

spent the day shopping and greeting
friends.

,
A M Among the tourists arriving in Or-
lando yesterday from the West was

WELL Mr. R. C. Bermood, of Kansas City. . .. .
He is pleasantly accommodated at the .; ,'. :." : : r
: San Juan and will remain in this sec-
KEPT
tion several days.


CHECKING ACCOURUNAWAY Mr. Geo. A. Hutchinson who has .
been in Orlando for several days look-

ing after his groves and other property -
f .
left yesterday for Chicago. He : ;-
expects to return later in the season '. Your comfort and prosperity for

and will accompanied by Mrs. .

EXPENSESAt Hutchinson.Mr. ffl 1915 :

W. S. Witham, president of the
S I
great chain of Witham banks in Flor- .

one time or another, all of us have had ida and Georgia, was among the depends upon yourself and yourM

the unpleasant experience of having expenses prominent visitors to Orlando yester- connections.A 'I!
day. Mr. Witham makes his home in
exceed the speed limit-run away. .
Atlanta, Ga.. and pays a visit to Or-
And when expenses run away, you've
lando at least once a
year.
savings or bank
probably noticed that that they always run checking accountin

UP-never down.A Mr. C. P. Molthrop and children, this institution is a positive step

Checking Account at this bank and a : Charlotte and Jean, of Chicago, who M forward. ...
have ben visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. G.
check book in your pocket is a sure curb on
Duckworth at their home on Lake
The stubs in check book flasha Start
your
expense. now
street left yesterday afternoon for :J
warning when over-spending starts. Be- Tampa. Mrs. Molthrop is the sister

normal.gin your Account today and keep expenses of Mr Duckworth.Mrs. ; }

I S. B. Ezelle, of Spartanburg .
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S. c., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. F. <
The State Bank of Orlando
Thompson at their home, 103 Robinson .:' : '
avenue. Mrs. Ezelle is the wife L }j
of one of the leading business men in
that city and is very prominent in



I I I social.Mr.W. circles.Gilkey and Mrs., of-Lansing R. A. Bailey, Mich-, ,Mrs.C. and. I; -J! ? &1) : !"

- Mrs. E. J. Gilhland. of Evanston, 111., Trl
I Mr. and Mrs Geo. of I
Wingfield; '
LOCAL AND PERSONAL I I
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N!'Athens, Ga., have arrived and will arrived noon on in the Orlando Tampa yesterday Special and after-will I ,. _ : : LEI27FRESH
live at the Orland hotel. : :
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Mr. J. S. Watson, of Minneapolis, I spend the winter with Mr. and Mrs.E. I .. . ". :. : :1{ ; : : ;:
I T. 807 East Central
Minn., is visiting his brother, Mr. J. Mr B. L. Griffin of Ocoee was Worthley at I
S. Watson 404 Osceola street. among the representative citizens of avenue. I -- -

west Orange transacting business at '
Mrs. Josiah Ferris will leave today I the county capital yesterday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Welsh were
for Tampa where she will spend a among those coming to Orlando yesterday -
I
couple of weeks with relatives. Wm. P. Blakely, Ocoee's enterprising afternoon from Plainfield, N.

merchant, was among the out J., on the Tampa Special. They are
Dr. C. W. Thompson of Syracuse, I of town business transactors at the visiting Orlando for their first time TOMATOES PEAS RADDISH,
,
N. Y., is making his home at the Or- county metropolis yesterday and expect to remain here for a
land hotel for the present. I month or longer visiting at Winter

I Mr. D. M. Me Key, the popular commercial I Park Maitland and Altamonte. TURNIPS COLLARDS ,
Spend the week-end at RossmoreInn representative of the Sea- ,

Windermere. 1-14-21 board Air Line was among the trans I Read the clasified ads.

portation men in Orlando yesterday.Mr. .
LETTUCE BEANS and SEED CORN
Mr. O. A. Talley, a prominent arch- ,
itect and builder of Tampa spent yes- I. W. Phillips left yesterday

terday in Orlando on business. afternoon for Atlanta, Ga, on busi-
ness connected with the Orlando Auto SEEDS to Plant.
Mrs. E. A. Douglass of Sanford is and Supply company.
spending several days in Orlando with

relatives and friends.Mr. Mrs. A Stanners mother of Mrs.J. .
II. Tucker, who has been visiting Catalogue on Request.McElroy's .

and Mrs. J. B. laylor and :Mrs. relatives in Tampa, returned home
A. H. Taylor and maid arrived in Or- I yesterday afternoon. &
lando yesterday afternoon from Bowling I i -
Green, Va.. and are registered at ij I j Mr L. B. Harrington a prominent
the San Juan for an indefinite length '!attorney of Richmond, Ky. is spend-
of time. ''ing several days in Orlando combining -
!' business with pleasure. Pharmacy

.
I Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Brunner and The

I'child, of Lakeland are visiting Or-
F FOR SALE It I lando and are making their home at Dealers in Seeds and Drugs for 35 Years.

I: I the Orland hotel.- -- SAN I

)Ir. L. J. Dollms who has been confined r
to his home, 728 West Central
I
avenue for the past three weeks, is JUANWe
t 2300 acres of unimproved recovering and expects to be at his =

1 pine land fine I office early next week.

truck and fruit land, big
t. Mr. C. F. Livengood, a leading citi- COMMUNITY PROTECTION
portion of it has clay zen of Pine Castle mingled business

and marl sutvsotl. Situ- with pleasure in the city yesterday. are serving Shell
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lie reports his section in a flourishing
I I uatc on County road ,
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r within seven miles of I of this comunity have now ,
The people .., i ..I!.
Orlando. I Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Banner, of Oak Lunch and Cafe; have at their command a positive and sure W. .
I Park III., are making their home at
, S4.40 an acre will buy I the San Juan hotel while on a visit you tried them? means of protecting papers and valuable- "' '. ' 1) .'f':. .

this tract and the propo- t of some length to this portion of the We also Oysters against loss, the Safe Deposit Vaults of \. t1ft .t3:' :.
serve in .*
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institution :
this a
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sition is 'cinch" as: a I state. I 1f
investment. This I any style at all hours. Modern ingenuity has produced but one ; Y'f* !i ';
small Mr J. P. Hubbard, of Washington, theft, loss i;
f against ;
I sure form o protection I 1.
Remember that the Quick !
price is for quick sale. j D. C.. is a recent arrival in OrlandoI
I or destruction, the massive steel and concrete \i -
and he expects to remain several Lunch is from six in "-' .'
If you want this land I open walls and armored doors such as we '.> 'It. S
He
:days is stopping at the San ; )1\
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call on Juan. the morning till midnight. have installed for the safe keeping of the 'r sr.:"," ,(..
w -
s valued and valuable possessions of the- k s ..,. !
The Cafe open 7 a.m. till
Among the arrivals at the San I members of this community. i \ '..iI

, Juan :yesterday from points in Florida 11.30 p.m., except from Neither fire nor water can reach :.hi- ,, .

are included Mr. and Mrs. W S 2.30 to 5.00 Music 6 to I contents of a Safe Deposit Box in these g !
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S.G.Dolive 0 & SonREAL
Woodruff, of Fort Meade, who aresight
vaults the cleverest cracksman can never
seeing in this part of the state 7.15 and 9.30 to 11.30 p.m. ;
gain entrance. The annual rental is but

ESTATENo. A Silver Tea for the benefit of St Cafe closes at 8.30 Sunday trifling, making the protection not only -

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