Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00459
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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 16, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00459
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Will Refuse All Offers Of Help


Master Robert Hammond Has I WAS MORE SUCCESSFUL

Property Loss Will Run to Se'eraIHundred Millions of Dollars- :Misfortune That Will THAN ANNOUNCED
NO ACTION PROHIBITION W. H. Stinback, of Toronto. :
Seismograph Has Recorded 120 Distinct and Separate Keep Him From
_ Canada Declares FloridaIs

Shocks Since the First Big One 48 Hours Ago- I Playing- Senate Goes Into Executive Ses- Filled 'Vith'Vonders BERLIN SAYS DISASTER COMPLETE

Rescue Work Is Proceeding With Vigor 1
Robert Hammond, the eight
I sion at Six O'clock but No
by the Government old son of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Ham Eight Towns Captured Near
II Action in D. C. Prohi Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Steinback, of
mond, had the misfortune to break a Soissons Region as Resultof
REFUGEES FLEEING TO ROME 1 Question to Come Toronto, Canada, who have spent a
: small' bone in his foot Tuesday. The Raging Rattle Witnessed -
Rome, Jan. 15.-Bulletin.-Six hundred refugees from the earthquakezone 1 month in Cuba, are in the city for a

400 of whom are injured, arrived here on five trains this afternoon. i boy was playing around the yard: and Washington, Jan. .-Sudden activities -! few days. Mr. Stinback says that I by Emperor j

Nineteen died on the road. climbed upon a rather low fence and today in the state department Cuba is a great country, but that the I

citizenship of Florida is so vastly superior Berlin, via Sayville Jan. 15. To
i jumped off. The jump was only a indicate that there will be an early

Rome, Jan. 15.-Official and semi-official reports to Premier Salandra short one but his foot caught in a modification, if not reversal, of thisgovernment's to that of Cuba, and the advantages day's reports from the army head-

from twenty-four towns and a 300 mile belt stricken by the earthquake forked stick and was twisted so thata policy toward Mexico of Uncle Sam's governmentare quarters reveal the fact that the fight-

Wednesday, and subsequent tremors which wrought no little additional havoc, small bone snapped. Dr. McEwanis I I a+ outlined in the president's speechat so great that no American citizen -I ing north and east of Soissons, the
dead. Indianapolis. bent on citrus culture can afford part which was witnessed by the Kaiser -
approximately 27,800
report treating him and the boy is getting
FORTY-FOUR TOWNS YET TO HEAR FROM along well. General Eduardo Iturbide, former to pass over Florida simply because I I resulted in a much greater Ger-

Forty-four towns have not yet been heard from with reports of vasual- very governor of the province in which of the warmer winter winds of Cuba. man success than previous reports

ties. Premier Salandra counsels conservatism in saying that this number is WHAT CAUSED THE EARTHQUAKE Mexico City is located and who was After having spent several winters in indicated.The .

likely to be reduced considerably as hundreds of those buried alive and given hunted out of Mexico by the Zapa- California, Mr. Stinback says that disaster to the French was

up as dead are being rescued and semi-official estimates based on deduc- I I I I tastas, after 'talks with Secretary this trip through Florida has been a complete. According to an official

tions computed from a number found alive among the total population. By Eminent Bryan and the British ambassador, revelation to him. statement the north bank of the

MANY FLED FOLLOWING FIRST SHOCK AuthorityAs made! the startling suggestion that Aisne has been "definitely cleared" of

These figures he explains are subject to revision downward because hun- to the cause of the disaster, the the European government whose interests RETURNS FROM KEY WEST French troops upwards of 4,000 bodies -

dreds of the survivors fled from the devastated zone in the first panic fol- Petit Parisian's correspondent at are being most affected, may of whose dead have been found.

lowing the shock. Rome quotes an eminent meteorologist I.asy the United States to intervene in Mr. Harry P. Leu returned yester- upon the battle field.

Making all due allowances and taking reliable figures at hand as a''. saying: Mexico.He day afternoon from Key West wherehe The towns north and east of Sois-

basis it is officially estimated that the dead will not number more than The most likely hypothesis is that said that Great Britain and other had been on business for the Cain- sons which the Germans captured include -

20000. Since Wednesday the seismograph here has recorded 120 shocks. continuous heavy rains resulted infiltrations European governments are already O'Berry Boiler company.TO Cuffies, Crouy, Bucy-le-Long

Except for the first disturbances which were responsible for the major which former great bodies endeavoring in a diplomatic way to Missy, Sur, Aisne Vauxrot, and Val-

portion of the damage the shocks have been slight and scarcely felt. r of steam by contact with incandescent have the United States accept the re- MEET TODAY lerie

PROPERTY LOSS WILL BE ENORMOUSThe sponsibility for the conditions which
matter..This hypothesis seems confirmed ;
loss will and death of The City Council met yesterday afternoon Would Indicate That Germany Has
property amount to several hundred millions of dollars.. It by the' fact that the'spring at l tronpht injury to many
was announced today in view of the international situation in Europe the San Giuliano has almost doubled the their nationals and destruction to for a few minutes and ad- Advantage

Italian government will refuse all offers of help from foreign countries wtih- volume of its flow since yesterday. their property interests. journed until this morning at nine London, Jan. 15.-The French w<|r
out any exception. I The British ambassador made an- o'clock. office is silent regarding the claims i
-- of the German war office that thqy
other call at the state department today

Rome Details Jan.Slowly 15.-News Coming from In Italy's 4;CAPT. MILLERS BIG SALE I EARTHQUAKEBy I vital to impress importance on this existing governmentthe in the "EVEN RI VERSARERISING" of have the entirely Aisne in cleared the region the north of Soissonsof barr

I situation brought about by Carran- French troops, capturing six towns'
an Eye
earthquake-stricken districts still WitnessSome za's decrees against the British oil formerly occupied by the French anH J

comes in slowly, but enough is knownto Well Known New Jersey Man Is of the survivors at Avezzano interests. W. S. Witham Left Yesterdayfor inflicting heavy losses. _' ,> !

show that the disaster closely ap- in Orlando to Conduct ..11 have not sufficiently recovered from Secretary Bryan exhibited an un- Miami-Sa.s BusinessIs t r

proaches that which befell Messinasix Residence Lot Sale shock to tell a connected story of the usual degree of activity after the am- Excellent-Will Re- French StatementThe 1
I bassadors' visit and announced that French statement issued a! I
years ago. Estimates of the killed Next Week earthquake.One turn in Few DaysMr.
he had sent exceedingly strong repre- midnight tonight, says:
and injured vary from 25,00 Oto 50- man who was taken yesterday
sentations to the American consul at "There is nothing of importance to
000, and it probably will be days be- Capt. Norton Miller is here from from a ruin said: W. S. Witham, president of the "
Vera Cruz and to other officials in report. J
fore available. **I had a sensation as though someone chain of banks bearing his
exact figures are Trenton New Jersey, to conduct the great
Carranza's territory advising Carran- That the check suffered by thq
Avezzano, sixty miles east of Rome High Dollar sale of some of the choic- was forcing me to dance. ThenI za of the "serious consequences to name, after a two days visit to Or- French troops in the battle of Sois, :.
and Sora fifteen miles south of Avez was thrown to the ground and the I
est residence lots in Orlando. His follow" the putting into effect of his lando departed yesterday for Miami. sons is important, is admitted here'by
zano, were the worst sufferers so far roof and walLs fell upon my head. I
visit last made him decrees against the owners of oil He expects to return this way in British critics who believe the Ger-
as loss of life was concerned. About season many Even afer I was buried the earthseamed
in the Tampico district.No mans are endeavoring to relieve the'pressure
sixty towns and villages in all suffered friends and he is sure to get the to heave and grow hot. I properties about two weeks for a longer visit. in Flanders and Alsace.

either total demolition or serious -! crowds at the big sale next week- I ActionExpectedWashington When asked at the depot by a repre- The situation at the Soissons region -'

damage. INSTALLATION: OFFICERS' sentative of this paper as to the busi-
Thursday, Friday and Saturday. I Jan. 15. Bulletin.! is easily the most striking new?;
Shock Felt to Swiss Frontier He has the happy faculty of givingaway into executive ness outlook, he replied: "It's good. from the western theatre. Strong reinforcements -
Reports today say the shock was Orlando Rebekah Lodge No. 12 held The senate went ses-
valuable Even the rivers are rising in this sec- from the right and left
in sucha is
It unlikely
presents sion at six o'clock. very
felt as far as the Swiss frontier, and their installation of officers Thurs- flanks of the
that in the Alps in that region there way that the recipient is glad to day evening, the officers for the ensuing there will be any action tonight on tion." with the Germans'flood conditions center which combined j
the prohibition question for the District -
were numerous avalanches. That receive them. term being: have been
hindering the French, madeit
would make it appear that the earth- I Many homes about Orlando treasure Mrs. F. M. Zellers, noble grand; I of Columbia. EXCITING GAME YESTERDAYThe possible for the Germans' success.

quake extended throughout the entire the gifts received last year. This :Mrs.: Anderson, vice grand; Mr. Dale I
length of Italy, with the exception of secretary; Mrs. Eaton treasurer; TAKING SPRING ORDERS Tri-Mu Club basket ball team
Capt. Miller has a choice line of i HAS COMPLETED BUNGALOWMr.
the extreme southern end. year Mrs. A. H. Gauthier, warden; Mrs. L. defeated the High School team, 38 to .
The Italian government and people gifts and those attending this sale do A. Hawley, conductor; Mrs. W. Fos- I W. G. Rehkopf, of Cincinnati, a 4, yesterday afternoon. The shootingand -
not have to buy to them. J. A. Hallenbeck of the
have moved quickly to help the stricken get ter, chaplain; Mrs. Daugherty, R. S. representative of the Globe Tailoring passing of the Tri-Mu team featured one
The known I enterprising citizens of Illinois who
property Orange
people. Thousands of troops have as to N. G.; Mrs. D. L. Hawley, L. S. company was at the Yowell-Duck- in the game. The Tri-Mu team ,
Park, is located on Wpst Colonial i finds Florida climate so congenialthat
been sent to the scene, and the work to N. G.; Mrs. Flick, R. S. to V. G.; worth department store yesterday was so far ahead in the second half I
Drive the road to the he can no longer winter in his
on Country I
of rescue and relief is proceeding Mrs. Brokaw, L. S. to V. G; Mr. taking orders for spring suits and that they tried passing the ball and
Club in the fast growing section, home state, is just completing a beau-
night and day. Supplies of food, Eaton, inside guard and Mr. Anderson -, showing advanced patterns. He will did not try to shoot. The Tri-Mu
and is truly a beauty spot. Big plots I tiful bungalow outside the city limitson
clothing blankets and medicines have outside guard. remain throughout today. Club will be glad to play any other
covered with large orange trees, anda the Pine Castle road where he
been dispatched by train where possi- - -- -- -- team from the ages of 15 and 18.
chic park on Spring lake, with plots has five acres of land on which he is
ble, and by motor cars where the rail-
roads are blocked. all carefully restricted, makes Orange Baby Contest To Be FeatureOf CATHEDRAL WINSA 1 developing five acres of grove.
Park desirable for nice resi-
King Victor Emanuel is said to be i very I
dences. During the sale the Orlando FairThe MODERN ACHIEVEMENTS FORE-
tireless in his endeavors to spur on Coming Mid-Winter large crowd witnessed the basketball
Concert Band will give concerts in TOLD BY JESUS
the rescue work and in encouraging at the Armory last even-
Orange Park daily. There will be
the survivors. The king, it is stated ing when the Cathedral girls defeatedthe
lots of fun at this sale and you canget advised of their defi- Will be Dr. Poulson's subject at the
asks all to abandon unnecessary for- Baby Show at the Subtropical mothers were Rollins girls' team by a score of
these choice plots at your own Grand theatre Sunday night. At the
malities. His only wish, he says, is Midwinter Fair in February is expected i ciencies. 21 to 6.
to visit the wounded, express his sympathy price and at terms! to suit your purse. "This movement," said Mr. O'Neal, morning service his theme will be:

and ascertain what is possibleto to surpass the one held last I j: "which has been in progress for a "The Power and Need of Personal

be year. To this end the fair officials 'number of under the encour- Testimony." The public is cordially
done to relieve so much misery. years PRESIDINCELDER IS DEADRev. .
Uses All Automobiles AHEAD OF PITTSBURGH have made provision to hold the show agement of the Woman's Home Companion invited to attend both services. The

Having heard that means of trans- I in a tent on the grounds, outside of I has received most cordial support auditorium will be warm and well

portation are still lacking the king !the fine arts building where it was i from the best thinking people Bigham of Gainesville District ventilated. All seats free.
Also Every Other City in the .
has ordered that all automobiles at held last year. :wherever such a contest was held. of Methodist Church
the World-Would Like to .1 I i The entire has been to }I. & O. REPRESENTATIVE HERE
royal palace be immediately dispatched I Mrs. G. H. Edwards who so successfully -I purpose promote
for use in the stricken dis Have Winter Home i managed the Better Babies I I a higher physical development Passed Away Last

tricts. Here I contest last year assisted by several ,!for the coming generation. ThursdayThe :Mr. J. E. Phipps, the clever representative ' I

Pope Benedict is deeply grievedover I women of the Civic League, has again I I "The fair will offer awards and pre- of the Mobile & Ohio rail-*
the misfortune which has be- '''me H. Ketcham, of Pittsburg, Pa., consented to assume this year's man- !, miums for the several classes, but the Rev. Dr. Ley, pastor of the road, with headquarters in Jacksonville -

fallen the Italian people. He yesterday a prominent motion picture producer, I agement. Mr. O'Neal, secretary of !awards are not the thing desired but :Methodist church yesterday received spent yesterday in Orlando in

visited the Santa Marta hospital. is in the city for a short stay. I the fair, announced yesterday that I the uplift of the children of the com- word that the Rev. J. W. Bigham the interest of his road. .::
elder of the Gainesville district -
where 41 earthquake victims are receiving He staes that in his tour of the :Mrs. Edwards had arranged to makea I munity. Mrs. Edwards has given her I presiding t
I of the M. E. church died suddenly -
treatmentHis different stations of the state no town free xamination of babies on Monday -I time and experience to this fair feature -I THE WEATHER

holiness spoke to each of the has impressed him like Orlando, and i and Tuesday, February 1-2, at I and it should receive the hearty I I Thursday at 4 o'clock while pre- Florida: Fair Saturday and Sunday -

patients and consoled them by sayinghe he is contemplating purchasing a winter I Dr. Cassius Boone's office on Central co-operation of all mothers in the five siding over the board of district stew- to

would entrust to the clergy: the place here. I avenue where a trained nurse. will !counties participating in the fair." ards' meeting, deaeh bting due to

task of seeking their relations and I lie leaves :Monday for Jacksonville i be in charge. I I It is expected that the Baby Show acute indigestion. The deceased was We can give you Crane's stationery -

by imparting to all the apostolic ben- I to continue his journey north on his I Last year more than eighty babies will be staged on Friday of fair at one time presiding elder of the Or- in all colors at prices of cheaper

(Continued on page 6) palatial yacht "Sunnybrook." j, were examined and classified and the week. lando district goods. Curtis & O'Neal.

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Noted Organization Will Be at the Tampa, Fla., Jan. 14.-Fred Fiske, t
WINDERMEREChoice Lucerne Theatre Saturday president' of the Studebaker company GRAND;:

Evening, January 23 accompanied by his wife, and J. M. I
Location All Modern Conveniences Studebaker, son of John Studebaker, ,
The famous Boston chairman: of the board
Opera company of directors
Excellent Table Good \Vater Reasonable Rates -
long identified with the musical accompanied by his wife, passed TODAY I
On Beautiful Lake Lucerne, Orlando, Fla. :uplift of that city, early in August, through Tampa yesterday by automobile -
announces that owing to the inability from Indiana on their way to !

.of some of its artists to fulfill their Belleair, where they expect to spend
Home Comforts Service Finest Rooms in City I contracts, the season of 1914-1915: the next two or three months. While

would be suspended. in the city they visited the local
Sanitary Inspection Rated 100 Upon confirmation of that an- agency of the firm. "The Girl at the Lock "

nouncement Joseph F. Sheehan, the This is the party's first visit to the ,
foremost of American tenors and him- West Coast of Florida and all were
THE NEW GRAND self a Bostonian, combined his own very much pleased with what they A Lubin special feature complete in two parts.

i HENRY BARTLETT., Prop. splendid organization, the Sheehan, saw.Ir.. Fiske was in London dur-
Opera company, with the best avail- ing October and November, soon after

able artists already in this country, the European war started, and secured .
European Plan 15 West Pine St., and naming this aggregation of stars orders aggregating

Rooms with Bath Orlando, Fla. the Boston English Opera company, lie will speak next $15'000'000'1 UA Tonsorial
"made a production of Verdi's beautiful Rotary club.
opera "II Trovatore," which will
TOURISTS ATTENTION! go down in history as the most remarkable D. M. Bonar, of Orlando, the well I Leopard Tamer "
effort of its kind in this known: "wooden overcoat" salesman, .

[ We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando country. was in town yesterday calling on local A
Selig comedy.
[ Prepared by our New York Cook :Mr. Sheehan is generally acknowl- : undertakers. He represents the
edged the greatest exponent of this Burlington Casket company.Tampa

{ 100 Rooms Bath, Steam Heat. $1.00 country, if not in the world, of the Tribune.
role of :Manrico in "II Trovatore,"and

he set about to gather a company Dinner and dancing at RossmoreInn
Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water "
with one object in view, namely, that Windermere, Friday night. $1.50 "The First Law

each and every person must have one per couple. Dancing only, 50 cents ,

EMPIRE HOTEL particular fame in the opera of "n per couple. l-14-2tc A Biograph drama.
r i
Trovatore. The result of such a

i r 54 Light Housekeeping Rooms course was to create a cast, the like Now is the time to order GRIF- I'
of which never before appeared at FING'S ROSES. W. II. Brokaw.
one time in this opera. salesman. 12-16-tf

r ROSSMORE INNWindermere There may" have been opera compa- HEAR

nies with stars of equal magnitude, FOR SALE
but there never has been in this

[ This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric country a cast to equal it for a per- No. 1. Forty acres virgin pine tim- "

I lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with formance of "II Trovatore." ber land, on south side of lake front, THAT T ORCIIESTR A
: Lath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish- I I The same policy which was followed three-fourths mile from railroad sta
tion. 1000.
f ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. in selecting the artists was carried -
out in building the
No. 2 Se\enty-five acres, on lake
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one rare beauty. front one-half mile from Forest City; THE BEST MUSIC IN THE CITY.
eight marvels of six acres bearing good
scenesare stagecraft orange grove;
THE OSCEOLA and as very few productions eight room house. $4,500; terms. .
lend themselves so well for elaborate No. 3. Twenty acres, four miles
settings, the result is a production as from the city, on lake front; twelve .R
i STEAM HEAT THROUGHOUT pleasing[ to the eye as the beautiful acres bearing orange grove; orange
crop recently sold two thousand three
music of "11 Trovatore" is to the ear. hundred boxes. Three hundred boxesof
( Magnolia and Robinson Ave. J. W. BURLEY Manager grapefruit now on trees. $6,500; 5c lOc


Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round No. 4. Lot 70x190 feet, on brick

European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite Editor Sentinel I see in today's $1,000.No.street.; high class neighborhood. Always remember that on cold nights THE
paper a statement, over signature -
.. my GRAND is as comfortable as your home.
i t tr-" in regard to the boy preacherat 5. Thirty acres near hard sur- t
)' Ocoee face road one mile from railroad
Sunday. father askedme ;
g. ..=,."...
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-::: station, on lake front; four acres ,
;;. to make a note of the day here,,
budded grove; six hundred boxes of
and let him have it printed, which fruit; one hundred and fifty thousand I
was done, and this is the statement, feet virgin pine timber. $3,000.J. I II I-
in effect (I don't remember every
t1 ;4i word): that he had made a good impression -
Office, Orland Hotel.For i
and that he was wonderful
1-3-lno* !
of course, considering his age; but to
say the congregation was moved as I -

never before and that he was "the !E I I. .
THE ARCADE HOTEL greatest preacher we had ever heard"is FineWATCH .

not true, and was not in the state- CLOCK and !I -:
J. B. MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop. ment when it left me. I make this -
correction because I made no suchan JEWELRY REPAIRING i BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS .

First Class Restaurant Livery and Autosin exaggerated statement. I consider call on C. VATER whois I LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
Building in Connections him the best I ever heard, if you I
at this trade Effective from August 1, 1914 to August -
consider his age, but otherwise no. an expert
Orlando, Fla. against any reduc-
Mrs. B. L. GRIFFIN. with many years experience I 1,1915 and guaranteed -t
tion during that time: :

.YOU WANT A LUNCH MAITLAND MENTIONDr. at. Youngs Repair Shop I Touring Car - $555.00

BMMM B M BB Post Office Pine Street
Opp. ;
Kerr Boyce Tupper left Monday I Runabout 505.00 .
worth the money, come to Pope's Quick Lunch Counters. Our for points south. The people of I ... O. B. Orl....... All tmn fully *.ipp.4. '
food is not cooked in front of your eyes, where you are annoyed Maitland had the pleasure of hearinghim A
with the odors and heat but in sanitary kitchen. in the I rt"eI'' we will be able Ie obtain the IIIsr.m.. ,effktaerI.
our Try a cup Presbyterian church last : fsct.ry pr aetlon. and th. tai eo t I* earparcha.iag
ear . .,
of our Rowland Special Coffee, French Dripped. The price is Friday night. Dr. :Martin held ser- : aDoi "'n okpart..ta if we r-ac" e .l id A
above date
only 5c. a cup. We offer you the best of service. vices in the church Sunday. 30 .*0 absald' ear. _between iwh the this pi d.etio.. we acne .. par as A
And .....,
:Miss :McClure, of Shelbyville, Ky., the bsyers shah few $41 t. 141 per nr (.a .r

Pope & Co.'s Quick Lunch CountersChurch is the guest of Mrs. Banks. Her son, A..t ear I.U15)between t. eeerr A.....retail 1. 1111 MYel'a.d wb.A.g p.rebs.es d 1. 1515.a sewF.TA
Mr. Henry Banks, has just returned p.rtic.l.r. r.., rd .C tltae few prices sad prell"
Street. Open from 5 a.m. to midnight from Memphis Tenn., and he youngerson DR. L H. RAMSDELL sharing FUrther pia. see .

Mr. Love Banks, is attending the OPTOMETRIST '
Mississippi Agricultural College this (SueecMor to I>r. O. F. LW i)
1111111111111111111111'11111111111"11" " " year. ORLANDO. FLORIDAWE a Phone 226 ATlie

Dr. Tucker has returned to :Mait- FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSES 1

land and is ocucpying "Piney Crest AND DO ALL KINDS OF

:Mr. Lloyd Niver, who was operatedon .
> for appendicitis, is reported recov- .
ering rapidly.U. .

S. AS GUARDIAN? F1oria Real E Estate & Iny tm 11 Di.C
We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If .

you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call London, Jan. 14_That the United ,
States may be called on eventually to

and talk your wishes over with us. exercise a suzerainty over Palestine, Capital $50,000. Fully Paid Up.
if the allies win, is suggested by the
The manager of this firm has had years of experience Chronicle in an editorial. The M
says that even if a Jewish state were Incorporated; In Florida; Therefore Under State Control,
dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a
erected in
Jerusalem after the Turksare

million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last ousted, some provision would haveto propositions offered by this Corporation are exclusively
be made for a Christian guardian- with the time also be bought throughthe
two years. shipof the Holy Sepuchre and other us, at same can

sacred places.Mentioning. purchasers Agent, as we need not to secret our proposalsfor
We are well posted on the value of all classes and France, England and office. This
anybody, the deal has to be closed at our mtans

kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all the sionary United interests States,, as with possible its great guard-mis- protection for the seller as well for the buyer. With our Hank

bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real ians, the Chronicle aids: Guarantee furnished to the purchaser, if requested. Having confidence -

Estate Bargains. under"That the Palestine guardianship should of be one placed of to all our offerings, we advance 75 per cent of the purchase ? -

these powers seems fairly obvious, price at six per cent. interest, even on unimproved land. We

but the problem of its future will not hold today over one million dollars of properties in city lots, city
be an easy one to solve
and country homes, orange groves and uncultivated lands. Our

WARING( REAL ESTATE COMPANYR. : EARLY VEGETABLES books open to all investors, if such inducements will appeal to you

: Early planting means early vegetables -take the trouble to climb up one fligh of stairs over the Peoples

: ; early vegetables mean money. National Bank, and consult. *
You can't have
either without good
D. WARING, Manager
: seed. We are receiving fresh seed
daily. We have for your information, ri
Rooms 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115tf
: government reports'regarding spring

crops in Florida. Office over Peoples National Bank. Phone 570
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$1,000.00 in Beautiful Presents to be Given Away at the





of 40 Beautiful Residence PlotsIN

Orange Park TractORLANDO



Located on Colonial Drive, in the city limits, on the direct road to the Country

Club with lake frontage, the highest and most beautiful sub-division in Orlando,

carefully restricted. Big plots covered with fine orange trees. It will pay you to

look it over.CLORANGE.

PARK is not a town but a sub-division in Orlando: laid out for nice

Homes in a nice locality, carefully restricted, big lots 50and 60-ft. front by 188-ft.

long. Literally covered with full bearing Orange Trees. Just the place for bungalows and homes on the

main road to the Country Club, where values are sure to enhance. A study of avenues leading to

Country Clubs in this country will show that land along the route enhances in value faster than elsewhere.

'; We have only 40 of these plots left. You canAUCTION

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:. .!*: .:.tlZ. *3&aH.S5r I FREE AUTOS will leave State Bank comer to take you out and bring you back. To walk, 1
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n': take North Orange Avenue to Concord Street.-Concord Street to Lake Dot, only two blocks ,
It will be afternoon for ,COME OUT. '
COLONIAL DRIVE--FRONT OF ORANGE PARK from Lake Dot. a pleasant you ;
At this Sale---Capt. Norton Miller 1.;

will give away hundreds of beautiful presents such as woven tapestries,50x80,handsome imported i II r }z- j
silk velvor rugs, dainty French pearl necklaces,with solid gold attachments; wonderful hand I II }"". k = 1:
hammered brass placques;elegant imported chocolate sets, dresser sets,cake sets,berry sets and ' I 1
nut sets. Choice silverware,such as olive dishes and fork;individual salt castors;fern dishes and i
air fern; sugar and cream sets, and a lot of the daintiest night lamps made. 1 i
All these presents we give away whether you buy or not. Come out and see the fun and "
one of them.ORLANDO. I i 1

BAND will give a Band Concert at State Bank !VIi:: 1.

Corner, between 1.30 and 2.30 each day of the sale. Ii: -z

There is nothing better for investment or homes in Orlando. We have location-qualitv'-restrictions !:
.-elevation and good soil. Go out and see it. It won't cost you anything and you are 'x g L__
welcome whether you buy or not. The Colonial Land Co. (owners of this property),have a record : ' "-t
or success and square dealing for many years,and are open for investigation. i WATSON STREET, ORANGE PARK

Colonial Laaad Co.OfficeWatkins .

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I ENGLAND'S ATTITUDE IS RESENTED tral countries are importing large --->
Personal Items .
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From Taft Fla.Taft : quantities United States of for contraband re-export from to Ger-the 1 .. ...;-;[;''- 11: \

Stockholm, Jan. 14.-The Dagblad, many are misleading, and concludesby :.. . ii :
sw1- .
declaring that the Swedish . : -i'
the leading Swedish conservative people I. $' ..'i : .:'", .
Fla, Jan. 13.-We learn that newspaper, expresses great dissatis- will never submit to Great Britain'sassumption ,.-' + ,-.. : -

Rev. W. E. Murphy has received an faction over Great Britain's note con- that she has the right to ,- c; ;: : :if ; ';

unanimous call from the Baptist cerning delays to commerce, declar- dictate just how much of any partic- . , ' ; :.

church at Port Tampa to settle as ing that it indicates a determinationto ular goods Sweden requires for her '

their regular pastor. While we wish own consumption, or how much of '
adhere to what it terms the harass- !

Brother Murphy success, we secretly to ing policy of interfering with and restricting such goods!: she will be permitted to .. ., c. ; : _ ..: I
hope something may transpire pre- the of import. -
legitimate commerce s '
vent his leaving us. neutrals. ;; 4I-- 9; 4 tt e ;. .:' I

Josie Collins is on the sick list.J. The Dagblad maintains that the fig- Some people who get up before ..

II. Tice is recovering from his daylight to see a circus come to town .I.II .II .II .II
ures quoted by Sir Edward Grey in
illness so as to be out a little. do not see anything unless they get
support of the contention that neu-
C. H. Nelson, S. B. Vaughn, Mrs. inside the big tent and pay the price

II. Tice, and Mrs. A. J. Richardson --- ---

wandered to the county seat Wednesday -I X- .,, -t.Ul:_ --tli: ;- ...-;.4* **. 1 I

looking for bargains. !

At a caucus at the town hall on I I

last Thursday evening the following i J I

officers were nominated on the "pro- I

hibition" ticket: For major A.1.. ..." Iqrntpmrtt S.v

Bristol; alderman (one year), R. K. y

Harriman two aldermen (two years
each), C. A. Tompkins and A. J.I

Richardson; clerk and assessor, J. F.I
t, ,
Harrington; marshal and collector, C. t7

R. Sphaler; treasurer, J. 0 Collins.

Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hayes, of Eldo- .

rado, Kas., arrived Wednesday to 1 mss: ,

spend the winter with their son and -- hs
wife, Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Brickley; 4 *

and also looking for a place for a

home. Taft looks good to them and n n .. .

in al probability they will purchasehere CONNER PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT:
I YEARS OLD on Rough Lemon Stock
and become permanent residents.

Among our representatives in Or-
lando Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. G.

H. Brickley, Mr. and Mrs. John Hill, the Man or Woman who says,

Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nelson, Geo. K. "AW if I only had tl TYOU )pewtiterl"
Thomas, L. Bradford, A. J. Richardson -

J. F. Harrington, Will Harrington know how fast the dates grow old\ on your ought-to-be-answered letters. Prolific Gr Fruitas
you think of the labor of slonly |'enrurg the paves, it is usually a Dnner
II. C. Hammond, W. G. Sphaler, of the Spanish ullanana"tomorrow.. Here is a typewriter which pe

J. H. Estes, J. O. Collins, W. A. Levis, make letter-answering almost as |>!'ca: mt as letter-receiving. It is not a large

C. A. Tompkins, R. K. Harriman, A. Remington business typewriter. Neither is it a temporary toy. It is durable.
It is compact. It is easy-running. It is absolutely complete for home corres-
Hanselman A. E. D. B.
H. Boyce,
pondence. And its price is only 5000. Here at last is the high-class, home
Sphaler, H. H. Child, and A. M. BristoL machine you have been waiting for-the Remington Junior Typewriter.Don't Compared with Mid-Season and late

The unusual overflow was on

account of the election of three super- pen it-type it Fruit

visors to conduct the affairs of the EVERY phase. of modern life has its bnst- Marathon to a type-click.ng hnodred- Grape as an Income ProducerDuring
Inwriting.especiailyttpays yard-dasb. And cleanly typed pages score
new drainage canals association, who to be business-like. Maybe yOU are secretary '- with the"prof"
of a club,lodge or society. Take thelinisters.,authors and newspaper men
will soon commence the canals. The cover off year Remington Junior. Draw find that the"nR'ht woid" fairly flies to the past five season's grapefruit shipped in straight carlots through!
op a chair. In a jiffy you can type the notices their finger when they tk m t on an easy-
election was held at the court housein of meeting records of minutesor running typewriter the Remington
Orlando, but why an election for letters. Its clean clear typewritten work Junior. the Florida Citrus Exchange has averaged during October $2.98 per box f.o.b.; during
bas the"hundreddollar"look.
And do not overlook the Important business
the Taft district should be called and If you are a committee chairman type advantage of making carbon copies.. October and November $2.78 per box f.o.b. during December January and February
your reports on the Remington Junior. of everything you write. You need never ; -
held in Orlando is a mystery. We They will race through the machine to the nay. "1 don't remember what I wrote."
merry music of the type. With no extra effort.the Remington Junior (midseason), $2.34 ; during March, April and May (late) $2.39 during June
are old enough, have ability enough, Students in high school and college can will give you neat clear-cnt duplicates ;
change"paper"writing from the penaudWbeDever you wish.
i to conduct a little election at home. and July, (very late), $2.241per box, f.o.b., showing conclusively that the Con-
Possibly there is an Ethiopian in the Something New in Typewriters-the

woodpile.Mr. ner Prolific variety, ripening its fruit for marketing purposes and going to marketin

and Mrs. W. N. Gartman, who
some weeks ago moved out to Boggy RetningtonJUNIO October is worth 64c. per box more than midseason grapefruit, and going to the

Creek, where Mr. Gartman runs a market in October and November, which is its regular season, is worth 44c. per box
saw mill, have moved back into town

and occupy the Miller cottage on T"UI3 compact machine i.act equipped with !510.'' n and the eame amount each -tla. more than midseason grapefruit, 39c. per box more than late grapefruit and 53c. per
M. theattacameua.noceoiarT lot he Shady)Uem. addiaa 1..W.nle J to the parchaae pnae'
< Pine street. ingtonMsane..iy '""' ntrr.'Ihel'.emingt.w Here..y"arfirtoppcrtunat.0.ha.amahas.Janiori.omplya box than late
grapefruit.In .
The newly elected officers of Taft IUIPshom..I..r. lately.,first-grade. personal, t1 1.ewriler. more very
.nuDe&D.lllUlln..nl.'ialfm..h'n.* t..rt"I. pn.n" today for -npu"parr
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)m .IU had tia e.eryday awn bo..kkoL 1'0' .n I.w-t.eate
; Post No. 37 G. A. R., Department of Imutf'd. If yea have. immediate wnunu to do.wad us addition to this you save loss in number of boxes by dropping from the trees,
It oorapien little cpare on your desk It is S-tlO 18"a h..h..k or money ender and we will
f Florida, were installed last Thursdayby liuht.V".a..a.ql.mo.-.itfrom place toplacroa wmdynathekeminRt..nJenioraton.e.7hea
\ will hnditatcxd time-oavmn tnTe>rtmn yucanw.for..urelfhowwsntyealearnt" by thorning, by growing light and punky, and by other means making culls in the
Mustering Officer C. A. Tompkins. forynorwlfandnthermemhrnofmoor famitrwho write.. raptdly1t'.nal+htnreturn itafter 15
have writing to drrm will bud it an da 1 trial y..a m"dn. WI'wiil rrlmnd youres.ell.etMarau.rfory.mrrh.ld..a
The new officers P. C. R. K. s:,;tI..L'wthec..t.., tra..n..tk. fruit loss often
t are: 1helemingu.nJanioristhehnmetypewr1tmr kememher.thelemtngtonJnniorL.aRPna- a totaling one-fourth on the production of a tree, and by picking
Harriman S. V. C., J. A. Simms yon hare been.itiDetnr. tturt"nn+are -4tO I..... durable emiivfon upewnt.r-rarrjruic
; ; cash,or if you prefer the Ea 71'D.meat plan. the iron-clad Ilernmctoii Oustrantee
J. V. C., J. H. Estes; Adjt., C. A. fruit early you save twenty-five per cent of your crop. Twenty-five per cent of the

t Tompkins; Q. :M., J. S. Barklow; Remington Typewriter Companylaowponvd crop adds to each box a value about 75c., totaling $1.40 per picke d box for Conner

Chap., J. H. Tice; Sergt., Jno. Hill; 226 West [ ]
: Bay Street Prolific grapefruit, above varieties that must be shipped from January on throughthe
O. D., Geo. K. Thomas; O. G., S. B. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

i a Vaughn; Pat. Inst., W. H. Phillips; t fill in the attached coupon. a all-cl acldte*- season: until June and July.

i Sergt. Maj., C. H. Nelson; delegatesto !laiJ t Ja.,. mad dsn JOar a'mj1Kt .
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> Estes; alternate, C. H. Nelson. pIlDY .-e"" .ay'.el....a rot IelnngtpATYpe' .t bOt' These figures furnished by Cashier of Florida Citrus Exchange, and may be certified -
..dt of totocdina&1 > ; .illlle
1 Officers of the Taft W. R. C. No. G b4..ilh s:> "rgetpt...odef ..,.,..ipl....d tl>an < -

t- will be installed today as follows: 01' jonioeA7 ".wjteLriIten -:::l ita chane"-II ad
President, Minnie Riley; senior vice- IDch.na Ithe x.00.pica;acre\0 pal h. for
president, Helen J. Dennis; junior .stood t panthlJ n the:'IDenta of sr-: = tleaeripuOaarnd of the 1kmimeamja --- -
Minnie Nelson so.UI.; efdaaDDD --
vice-president, ; chaplain booklet -
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Sarah Barklow; treasurer A. o t' _p"r. = --- ---=
Hill; conductor, Ola Richardson; .

guard, Lura Bristol; secretary, Fran j

i ces G. Nelson. Other appointive of- I
O. W. CONNER ProprietorBox
fices to be filled later. ,
t The long looked for and much
S Tangerine FloridaCONNER
needed improvements at the A. C. L. ,

t depot and street crossings are under

way, and will be a decided improve-

ment for the railroad company, the j

i town, and the public generally. Let

the We good have work received go on.notice from -' "' . :": ': .:;;'-; -i-: '--.. - :> : .: ., :'=-' ., : :: tiP'--
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eral people from Binghamton, N. Y., I : .. ;..-, . .. :' .."iFifP"'-:" ,'-. J :" ,
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and other northern points, that theyare .
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on their way south and expect to . J", -"- ,

be in Taft the 'last of this week. I " -.f't. .:-... .J. : 1")1.. .. ;}t.,.. :
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Guests at the Nelson House the ... \ ,... .. i!'
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past week: M. Calamaras, Tarpon 4 .... :(" -
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Springs; Brady Scofield, Laddonia, . ,,7'- QJi: r
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Mo. J. R. Williams Chillicothe 0. I ..... ..-. t.? L .. ;-
; : C. E. Thomas Nurseries "'" _,;; : ::1--JI\" ... .. ;".. .
R. W. Whitman, Grand Rapids, Mich.; I -...- _., --I:: : .. fJ:5 .. .

W. B. Fuller, Racine, Wis.; J. D. Can give immediate delivery on all sizes of I >. '- .. r"r: r ": .' j! il: ..It: : .J.' .

Crompton, Minenapolis, Minn.; S. H Grapefruit and Orange Trees. Our trees have I >..,.... ; .a r ...,. '"" :,
Scudder Auburn Me. T. B. 7 been budded from selected fruit I A:'. ..... "' z.-v....... -; = "'" ;; ".. .4
; English, bearing :r. ,x- . .A: 'iS ...
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Boston Mass. S. H. Whitmore Catskill trees. -
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N. Y."Keystone. I We guarantee every tree we ship to be first- -_.... '- ... .A 4. :.wi. : .....

t class nursery stock, true to name, and, if I 15 ": -Ii' ;2.s': + fi ... -,. ... .;j" .r.?i 1'_.T' _\ ;,"
set tot "_ .:z illV'Q ", "7! tftt ,
tree .
properly we guarantee
Sam" Cole and Jack every ''::_'' oZ. iI .
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Conoley, two newsboys hailing from grow or to replace same without cost. '"- .. 'lit!' ,! r. "ai r-, ., : --.

around If you are looking for first-class nursery ( wi JIII d' .I<: .r ...
New York city and on a tour : qS 4: r #

the world, are in Lakeland today. stock, do not fail to send for our latest cat- 4 d \

They came in last night from Tampa alogue, which is yours for the asking. ;tt II 1 : ..-'

and have letters from newspaper men Ii1" r"j '''' + ... :'; 2
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and of that and .;. IIrj
prominent people city 7 .. 7
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other points. They are to receive 4'" :J. n j .loII'6! '
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$1,500 from a prominent magazine r ;)

if they succeed in making their tour ..-," t .r 4s.!. : ;p .J' III. ""-.....
successfully, complying: with certain : ... ;"t"l. -
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conditions. They make their livingen "1:1'': : ,
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route by selling newspapers, post : r :.. lto ysw 1 II I. iI 1.-r' 9
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cards Lakeland -
Telegram.IF NURSEfflSSE z .J. ..,- r.1; ::i'.r.: : "' ti fil' '' _
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YOU ARE LOOKING ;:!:'{ '_; 11 . ,. j
rooted orange and jrrapefnnt buds. w Tamp '''J : ..l.. ...-'. .. ... . .'.r
see II. C. McDaniel. Phone 708.

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Uneeda Biscuit
BY MISS NELLIE BLYA I Episcopalians Will Hold Nest I

Beautiful Built lug: [olsOn I Nourishment-fine fla Annual Meeting at Tampain I i

South Orange Avenue, FEATURE FOR vorpuritycrispnesswholesomeness. .I 1916, and Not in
Lake Lucerne All
near splen- I I Orlando My bus line which has been for
for in the serving you fourteen
did view of the lake, only 5 cents, II

2 I-. blocks from business SENTINELREADERS moisture-proofpackage. I Miami, Fla., Jan. 24.-In closingthe months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the

center, nice big shade trees annual session of the convocationof same time it always has.

shrubbery, &c.. adjourning the Episcopal jurisdiction of Southern -
Florida, yesterday morning, Bish- I TIME TABLEBus
lot to one ol the best res
op Mann took occasion to congratulate -
dences in city.-For sale by the assembled clergymen and I Leaving Orlando, in Front of Evans, The Jeweler.

WALTER W. ROSE Wednesday, Nov. 4.-Three soldiers laymen on the harmonious action of II

REAL ESTATE died in Prince Croy's train last night. the convocation on all subjects I WEST BOUND EAST BOUD
brought before it. The convocationwas Read Down
Rooms 18 3 Watkins Block Once the thought of three deaths onone's I Read_ UpfA.MJA.M.
one of the best attended in the -
Phone train in one night would have I I '
55 been appalling, but here where deathis history of the jurisdiction and the : P. 1. 'A.\1.: P. MI'' 1\1.

everywhere, where the sight of bishop and his faithful clergy were
much Orlando | 6:3010.15; 3:00 9.30 1.30' 6.00
dead and dying men is as familiar to encouraged by the showing +
Dr. BuckmasterOSTEOPATH one as sparrows in New York one made during the last year and which Ocoee : 7:30111.15too, : !: 8.3C 12.30'' 5.00

gets hopeless, not heartless. It is GRAHAM CRACKERSA was faithfully recorded in the many Winter Garden :-1-5:1; 1:30t'30 : S.15 1.15: 4-,45

like the reports submitted. Oakland 8.00--- 8000-- .
a scourge sweeping world. food for -}:3o }.So
every day.
Having received an invitation from
One stands dumb despairing, dry-
Graduate of Kirksville eyed before the vastness of the mis- Crisp, delicious and Tampa to hold the next convocationin -- --
strengthening. Fresh that city, the convocation acceptedthe -

132 S. Orane Avenue ery.Prince Croy fed us twice again baked and fresh delivered invitation and the next annual The 1 :arket
from his splendid kitchen. Without zo cents.A session will be held with St. Andrews

ABOVE PEOPLES BANK B PHONE 578OSTEOPATH him we should have had to exist on the parish bishop of that determine.city at such time as 01 CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

our biscuits. We stop continually, may
but not where we can obtain food.
Indeed, the small, lime covered stations -I Newsy Briefs FRESH AND SALT MEATS
we have passed are not invit- Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER ing.repeats There yesterday.is nothing new. The day !i From Oakland I Everything and pure.screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

Office corner Orange Avenue and Thursday Nov. 5.-I took shoes ir invite
my We inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We ha**
Church St. Davis & McNeil Bldg. off last night. My right shoe would I Oakland, Fla., Jan. ij.-Mrs. Cow- everything in the Meat Line.
Phone 419.I not behave. With malicious deviltryit | ley, of Ocoee, was the guest of Mr.

pinched my foot until in desperation -a I Thomas Smallboner last Tuesday.Mrs. .
H. L.
. Self & Go.
I took both shoes off. I had my f; A. Gore, of Brunswick

want man and womanin face washed this morning. The en- county, N. C., arrived Thursday to PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
every gine is the willing pump for the SN P O@NS> make an extended visit with her
Orlando to see Colonial Hills whole crowd. Colonel John broughtme daughter Mrs. A. II. Hewitt, and

and Colonial Park.It his rubber basin and showed me delightful new bis- I family.

makes no difference whether how to lift off the cushion and place cuit, with a rich and Leland Sadler returned from Canon, WE NEVER TIRE .
the basin on the seat. The soap felt delicious cocoanut Ba- Ga., last week. ;
you are interested in buying Mrs. Baxter Brock
delicious.We entertained a
vor. Crisp and always
lots or not, all you have to do to few of her friends Wednesday of Of singing the praises of Crane's Linen Lawn Stationery. It isn't

see these beautiful subdivisionsis lot of breakfasted officers who in a station with a fresh zo cents. last week. Those present were Mes- the "just as good" the "good enough" or "very good" kind. It

to write, phone or call at CarlDann's interest. We had tea watched with us with rollsor dames C. B. Collier. C. C. Collier, is absolutely the finest Stationery made in America, and America -
rum, or r Vick, Briley, Michael and Maurice. leads the world in this class of manufactured goods. We
office.I light bread the first I have seen I They spent a most delightful day. have it in all the correct sizes, shapes and tints. Your social

want every person in Orlando in Europe, and two boiled eggs. One :Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cook, of Orlando and business standing is judged largely by the kind of Stationery .

to see what can be accom- of luck mine others was better.fresh. Prince Some had worse I are now located in Mr. Robin- you use. Furthermore, it is a real pleasure to write on the
Croy lost son's apartments. genuine Linen Lawn surface. You know this if you have tried .
plished in thirty days. Colonial two soldiers death
more by last night.
Grace park has been nicely remem- it. If you have never tried it a new pleasure awaits you in your .
Hills are really hills. There are That is five out of 130.
bered during the last few weeks. A letter writing. ", .
five homes under construction, Remarkable Recoveries"I
pretty Florida cedar was donated by
and several more under contract have" had soldiers frightfully Prof. Nehrling, of Gotha; some choice %v. S. BRANCH
I wounded, Prince Croy told me "who ,
to be built. Colonial Hills has have made Buy biscuit baked by plants by Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Small- J
extraordinary recoveries.One bones; some Australian oaks by Mr. The Arcade Book and Music Store
and We
water, gas lights. are man had three shots. One en- NATIONAL .Jj
BISCUIT Ilenschen; and some ornamental .Ji j
building sidewalks, and grad- tered his forehead and came out at
Mr. Maurice.
streets. the back of his head. One entered
The following guests were regis-
the base of the head at the back and
Lots in Colonial Hills, sell from I I lA: 'cot'f&r t1 Name tered at the Oakland hotel the past
'came out on the opposite side at the
$350.00 to $650.00. Lots in Colonial temple, and one shot went throughhis ---- H week: Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Wagner THE OLD RELIABLE j jDANN'S
: I cf Southampton, L. I.; Mr. and Mrs.L. .
Park sell from $175.00; to legs. Five weeks after, when I
B. Lord, of Burlington, Vt.; II. C.
:ment to see him he jumped to his I
$350, terms to suit everybody. :feet and saluted. said, "or Rive back her chickens." Bulmer, New York city; W. II. Cooper TRANSFER!" j

"She's had enough" he said, goingon Philadelphia; F. W. Wilson, Jack-
-- - -- I "I had another more horrible," he
with his butchering. sonville; Misses II. Anderson and Dr. II. D.: WIENENGA, Prop.
I continued. "A had his entire
man "It is not right or fair," I urged. Anna Grinliss of Boston.
i lower jaw torn off with a shrapnel. "If you don't give her the right Several hugh catches of fish have

CARL DANN I His tongue hung out on his neck and amount, now you have killed her been made this past week by Mr. and Livery, Draying and [Hauling
chest. He had been five days in the
I chickens, I shall pay her." Mrs. Wagner, who say Lake Apopka}
trenches after receiving his wounds "Give her another kronen," several fishing is the best in the state. Mrs.

before the firing ceased long enoughto other men advised. He would not, Wagner has the distinction of beatingher I
let him be carried He WE GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
away. was
but his friend did. The woman kissed husband as a fisherman. After a
famished. We inserted tube in his !
a my hand. Several of the men threw hard fight she landed an eight pound
throat. He fought vigorously, as he !pebbles at her and shooed her away. trout.

BROOM SAl[ thought and it would hurt.into But him.we The insisted i Down the valley side she went, a for- The hotel has several fishing par- AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
poured soup lorn, barefooted figure in a ragged, ties booked for the season which will
moment he felt the soup in his stom- faded shawl. make it a very lively place.
ach he made frantic motions for I Work has Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
ALL THIS WEEK The men had a great feast of commenced on the side-
more. He was wild for food. We I chicken and rice. I made my dinner walks. They will extend from the

could not feed him enough. Now on five biscuits, postage stamp size.I bank to the corner of the Buxton HORSES FOR SALE 1
they are making a new jaw in the '
could on y eat chicken under some property; from the stores to the cor-
Some of the finest made hospital and he is recovering." conditions. This was not one of them. ner of the Ilenschen property. Thisis 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
BROOMS offered for sale in When Prince Croy was told how
ever At any; rate, I was not invited to a long needed improvement and
Orlando. eagerly the poor fellows demandedmore will add greatly to the value of the

food, he laughed delightedly, eat.We have no light. It is dark at property.The .

showing how happy he felt to be ableto five. It gives me time to try to patch W. C. T. U. extends a cordial .
Free Broom oder! give some comfort to the suffering. 'out a night's rest on the slippery invitation to everybody to attend the -- -- - - ----
Great strings of wild float- '
geese edge of my compartment seat. lecture given by Miss Robbins, of national -
ing like worms in the sky mingle (To be continued tomorrow) fame at the church Monday
with the white clouds in the blue WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver
Every purchaser of a Broom night at seven o'clock, January 18.
during this sale will be given a above us. Aeroplanes whose whiz- GUNWOMAN ON TRIAL hear this before Let the Delicatessen Man do It.
zing motors warn us of their approach Something new Something New !
broom holder. long before they are visible, Try it. Ask Abou: it.
come and go. We are left to specu- Chicago, Jan. 14.-Mrs. Elizabeth Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
Porter who shot Mrs. Kansas Mo. Jan. 14. Hear three or more
City ,
late whether they are friend or foe. Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
The strongest glass does not disclose Spring a beauty specialist, becauseshe ing will begin here today of the application COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES
their identity. believed the latter had stolen her of the Kansas City Southernand POTATO SALADJ.
Many of the men carry alcohol husband and slandered her baby will the Kansas City Terminal rail-
lamps. They are always "cookingtea" be given a hearing in the Desplaines way for an injunction to prevent the R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'SBakery

New Modern G as they express it. Some of Street court today. She is charged Ksw: Valley Drainage Board from Phone 26
Grocery them seem to be eternally Beating. At with assault with a deadly weapon forcing the two railroads to rebuild

one place we stopped a ragged barefooted with intent to kill. Mrs. Spring has two bridges across the Kaw river.

;t woman, v.ith'an old shawl recovered from her wounds and is ex- Litigation over these bridges has been

Phone 200 I wrapped around her head, stood pected to testify against her supposed j I in the courts for three years, and

watching our waiting train. Some of rival. j I reaches the supreme court today.

6 and 8 East Pine St our party talked to her and finally Am Leaving FloridaAnd
persuaded her to go to the cluster of IIICIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.I .

houses in the valley way below and I will Specially Price my two Properties in Winter ParkA
get them some chickens. She returned Opera Souse
PHONE 616 after the long trip with four
I good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800
AUTO FOR HIRE young broilers-pullets. She said SATURDAY JAN. 16th full bearing Orange Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two
they cost five kronen-one dollar. A blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addi-
FIRST CLASS REPAIRING man laid four kronen on the ground MATINEE AND NIGHT tion to making a home this property will make a yearly return on
BARNARD & SON and grabbed the chickens. The wo- the investment of from 10 to 25 per cent, according to crop and
market conditions, price $8,500.00; also
17 Hughey Street Orlando. Fla. man protested Either give back her MARGARET MAYO'S MASTERPIECE
:My: Residence Property in Winter Park 12-room New Modern
12.10-1m chickens or give her five kronen. The dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front, 20 acres of
I man left her crying took the chickens I Polly of the CircusWITH p land highly improved, 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigated
to the other side of the train and garden. Property is close in, well located close to the new
I Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough for
Dr. S. S. Jones killed them. the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16-
Championed the Woman CT I Massive\ Production 500 and will give possession in 30 days.
I ELSIE LEON I See only. Write or phone me for date and I will send !
I The woman covered her face with owner a
CHIROPRACTOR 01. A Real l Circus on the Stage
in show these
her ragged shawl, crying. I had my car te any place Orange County to you properties.

18 graduate Yowell-Duckworth Davenport College building, 17 phone and maintained a very careful attitude up Prices Night, 75c., $1 I, $1.50. Prices Matinee 50c., $I. ED. F. KEEZEL

209. Intelligent people everywhere I to this moment, but here my sense of Children anywhere in the house. Matinee 3 p, m. II III ; ; j I
are being restored to health by chiro- justice prevented my being silent. I I Night Performance 8:30 p. m. Sale on at Butts' Thursday ; I BOX 33; WINTER PARK, FLORIDA

practic removing<< adjustments the cause the of disease.new scienceof Examination i I went to the man protesting. "Either 9, a. m. Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places.

free. 1?.t-lmo give the woman what she asks," I 1111' i II I Q I J r II IIIIII I I h a I C III C i Ie. Mil Ii'tC"l; MfS ;
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South Florida SentinelMORNING
(Continued from page 1) God gave Adam a good many

AND WEEKLYW. ediction. things; fruitful orchards splendid i Should be Snapped I
M. GLENN .EditorW. Page Expresses U. S.'s forests, mountains and hills and I THELAST
'. C. ESSINGTON .. n.. .-. Manager Sympathy j I
American Ambassador Page calledat plains were all his. There were no 1 I

ida.Entered as Second at tb aaea* ixjetoffice Mail Matter.at Orlando Flor: the ministry of the interior yes- "Monroe doctrines," nor political as- up by Speculators. -

terday to express America's sympa- pirants, nor powerful potentates, nor .

Daily. 1 Year SUBSCRIPTION-.RATES JS.OO thy. He intimated a desire to send sneaking submarines, nor bristling .

Daily. C Montha 2.50 members of the embassy staff to the bayonets to dispute his rights or deny
Daily. 3 Months 1.2 DAY
Daily. 1 Month ..: earthquake district to give such aid his sovereignty. He could have said ,.

.... .. as they could and informed that had it been worth while to speak,
Weekly. f Year :.:.. :.. ... . $1.00 was Forty-five acres in the Lake
the would
government appreciatesuch
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS "I am monarch of all I
ADVANCE sympathetic initiative. The am- survey, Conway District where like
My right there is none to
------ I dispute,
TO ADVERTISERS: bassador dispatched an automobile i From the center, all round to the sea property is selling from $100 Of our Made-in-America Saleis
with Second Secretary Norval Rich- I I am lord of the chickens and
for duplay aaj all ether handactdvertiiiinc [ brute." to $125 This
Copy ardson Lieut. Commander per acre tractis
mast b* n .dr. in at the ...*..... Saturday
office .t th* Sentinel not later than Z p. .. Train, the naval attache, and Private But with all his of surrounded by fine
the before publication. Thia role applies pomp power young
.. chance. f.r contract adrcrUiinc: it U Secretaries John Harrison and Ma- Adam was a gloomy failure-a busi- : Xo-a sale by any other name wouldn't be a: big

bs.arfable and will he strictly adhered to. rion Sims Wyeth. They started for j'II ness failure, a literary failure, a fam- groves. Is heavily timberedand because it couldn't--and-at any other time it \*ouldn'tbe

Subscribers desiring The Sentinel diScon-/ the Avezzano district with supplies I, ily failure. The good Lord, who made is very rich soil. Owneris as timely-because Saturday and TilE day for shop-

tinned should notify the office in writing on which they will distribute. The party him, was quick to observe this fact. ping always comes together. There's something about
of otherwise it will be I
date expiration
continued the at the regular subscription rates. expects to return to Rome by Friday He did not have any clothes to wear, a non-resident and has instructed the data and the occasion which appeals to keenwitted
Telephone until notice Numb to stop r .is received. 24 night. nor any wife to mend them if he had I! us to sell this prop- and sharp sighted people-probably the price cuts end the

Relief Commitiee may We Appointed 'I had; nor any place to go where I splendid offerings. Anyway we would like to see you

SATURDAY, JANUARY. 16, 1915. Ambassador Page is ready to appoint clothes counted. In short, he was erty at only sixty dollars per here. You'll enjoy the coming and you will find plenty of

---- -- - --- --- an American relief committee, lonesome. Standing on the rim of the aere. good things at every turn, for

Some quake! while Mrs. Page will name a committee i I world, he might have said: EVERYTHING IS REDUCED, AND SATURDAY IS
of'women if necessary to aid in t REDUCTIONS. .
How is business-and collections? the relief work. i j "0 Solitude where are thy charms!"

o Avezzano, chief sufferer from the j\ Cooper Atha Here's a few Specials worth noticing-
Wonder if Orange Ade is any kin So observing: "It is not good for
earthquake of wreck 1
presents a scene
be alone
man to the Lord made him
to George
and desolation.
o Practically every :, an helpmeet, a "Wo-man." Soon af- 114 South Orange Are, Ground Floor 100 dozen full size, heavy close weave, full honeycomb
building in the town is said to be in :
Orlando real estate is so valuable ter coming upon the scene of ani- Phone No. 311OSTEOPATHY mesh, honestly worth 12 Vfcc. eachSaturday
ruins, and nearly all of its people are |
that fined $25 few days mated existence, his "helpmeet" 83c.: dor.
a man was a dead or injured. Many still are alive per
for taking a little dirt out of the helped him to an apple. This episodeput - ---- - ----- -
ago buried under the debris, and the res-
street.-Tampa Tribune. | Adam and his wife out of moral PURE LINEN CRASHIrish
cuers are working night and day try-i
a ing to reach them. commission and sent them hiding ina manufacture unbleached, close weave heavy make, a
I "
The Orlando Sentinel complains of I jungle of the "Garden. quality that will not thin after washing. Special
All Officials Perished DR. J. c. HOWELL
Tomorrow night Mr. Ley will speakto
the decollete effect of evening gowns value for 12} c.
I Late advices say about 500 bodies Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
Don't brother I the women of Orlando on the text: for
this season. forget, Kirksville Graduate Saturday 10 yards 85c.
have been recovered and that hun-
that those who wear evening gownsgo "The woman Thou gav'st me; or, Consultation Free A

out "to see and be seen"-Florida dreds of injured have been taken from "Woman with the Apple, the Ballot, Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan A SENSATION IN SILK *
the ruins. Nearly all the civil offi- the Paddle and the Bible." Of course HoteL

Metropolis. cials of Avezzano, including the mayor men are invited. Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 We've certainly given some rare SILK VALUES lately
o perished. Orlando Fla. just note these two as a wind-up. They're made in
Similar conditions exist in towns
would appear from history jottings around Avezzano. Magliano and Pes- 500 YARDS Plain and Jacquard Colored Silks Silk Ra-

since August 1 that poor Europe Ottoman Silks worth from
t cina are practically in ruins. Amongthe tines 35c. to 75c. SOn
f is doomed. War and then a terrible Saturday 19c.
missing is Monsignor Pagnon,
L destructive earthquake and
the bishop of Pescina. 500 YARDS Striped Messalines, colored hair line stripeson
r more war is a fearful calamity for a
Cold and snow are adding to the solid grounds. Regular value 75c.
i country. As the days pass the United
survivors' sufferings. The lamenta- On Saturday 39c.
t States should be more grateful to
tions of the people according to the -
t that sailor lad and fanatic of Genoa
correspondents who have passed 36 INCH BLEACHED SHEETING .
f who believed the Earth to be round, LAKE EOLAHere
r and eventually discovered America. through the district, are pitiful and A splendid quality, soft Longcloth finish, almost free from
they are begging to be taken to You've
dressing- paid 12c. for inferior,
r This is the most blessed of all nations. *
places where it is possible to care for On Saturday 10 yards for 79c

I"r 0f them.
r King Victor Emanuel returned to CHILDREN'S BATH ROBESJust

f STATE DIVISIONThe Rome last night. lIe confirmed the is an unusual offering, one that I can unhesi-
Tampa Times of Thursday devotes what the kiddies are asking for-what they need, and
gravity of the disaster and expressed
l an editorial, "An Attractive admiration for the efficient work of tatingly recommend as a GREAT BARGAIN. The lot is what they should have on these cold mornings. A

z! Proposition," and a letter from D. W. fine range of colorings, well-made and of good qual-

Clark, of Apopka to the question of the Italian soldiers. More troops 90x200 and the house contains seven rooms and bath. ity Eiderdown. Regular price. $1.25
have been ordered into the
[ a division of Florida into two states. Saturday 89c.
t The letter from Mr. Clark is similar quake zone.Minister. earth-I Servants room on premises. Orange and grapefruit and .

t l several to the one weeks published ago. The in Times the Sentinel edito- at Avezzano of, where Public he Works has organizedthe i peach trees, shruberry and flowers and ornamental I READYTONEARj

rial follows rescue work. When the king was
plants. Owner will sell furnished or unfurnished. The i 85
in Avezzano yesterday he was inde-

AN ATTRACTIVE PROPOSITIONIn fatigable in efforts to encourage and location is No. 215 E. Robinson avenue, on north shore of i LADIES' COAT SUITS
another column this
on page a help his people. He climbed over the Were you down town Wednesday? Almost

I communication from D. W. Clark, of ruins and praised the rescuers. lie i Lake Eola, and overlooking Eola Park. Listed exclu- everybody was. Here's 3 prices that will bring
Apopka, in which that gentleman sets urged the people to the crowds out again-and-please-please bear
forth in rather enticing and convinc- repress anything' sively with me. The price will astonish it too low in mind there's nothing old about these garments
like an ovation for himself. lie prom- you, positively all this season's manufacture.
ing style the desirability of dividing ised the wounded assistance. lIe wit- II
p Florida into two states-North Florida but owneris determined to sell. Cash or terms. Styles copied from the daintest of French
o nessed the extrication of a girl, gave II |
and South Florida. Models and carried out in high quality materials
I directions for her succor and the next of Chiffon Broadcloth, Repps and Bengaline
The Times has always been opposedto
moment was sending directions for Cords, Poplins, etc.. etc..
division of the state, but is com-
the dispatch of more help and pro- For the mere convenience in selecting and buy-
pelled to acknowledge the truth of
visions to Avezzano. ing, we have made three lots and priced
many of Mr. Clark's statements in .
connection with the subject in hand Regular value $30 to $35 for12.48

and that his general idea is appeal- Returns to Rome S. Y. WAY Regular value $40 to $50 for16.48

Paris Jan. 15. Victor Emanuel
ing.Mr. arrived -King Regular value $58 to $65 for______$23.48
Clark urges division of the i in Rome from Avezzanolast

state. He would divide it at or about night, says the Rome correspondent -
the point where the twenty-ninth degree of the Havas Agency. In three I .Insurance and Real Estate Agent LADIES' SHOE DEPARTMENT SPECIALS
of north latitude bisects the pe
ninsula. Roughly, it strikes a line cars attached to his special train were Womens High Shoes

from New Smyrna on the east coast forty badly injured persons. Three $2.50 SATURDAY --___________________________$1.93

across the state to Cedar Key on the died on the journey. PHONE 172The $.300 SATUDRAY _____________________________$2.48

Gulf coast. As our correspondentvery The Havas correspondent at Avez- I $3.50 SATURDAY ____________________________$2.89

above truthfully that line are states more, the suited counties to the zano wires that Deputies Bissolati, j $4.00 SATURDAY ____________________________$3.44

pursuit of general farming than thoseto Chiaraviglio, Federmeoti and Celli $5.00 SATURDAY ____________________________$3.88

the south of it, and those to the have arrived there to examine the situation !'
south of the line more suited to fruit MEN'S FURNISHING DEPARTMENTHere's
found that all
and truck growing than the other
counties. Thus, argues our corre- streets had been blotted out and that the biggest drawing card yet-it's some card too!

spondent "tropical Florida" would beembraced the principal square alone was dis 50 MEN'S SUITSIn
in the state of South Flor- I -
ida, while North Florida would em- tinguishable. fine qualities of Serges and Fancy Worsteds. Broken

brace all of the counties in the northern lots worth $17.00, $20.00 $22.50-most of them

and western division of the state "Hart Schaffner and Marx" make.
and come down the peninsula far -
enough to take in Volusia, Alachuaand On Saturday for $9.98
Marion counties. It might be

more attractive if Marion and Volu- MEN'S SHOES, High Top
sia were retained in such proposed
South Florida.To January BirthstoneIS REGULAR $3.50, SATURDAY ------------______$2. 8

proceed with Mr. Clark. lie REGULAR $4.00, SATURDAY --_______________$3. 8
points out that the state of Florida REGULAR $5.00. SATURDAY __$3.88
has an area of 58,630> square miles,
$6.00, $4.99REGULAR
which is slightly more than the New THE
England states combined. That if $6.50. SATURDAY ---________________$3.44
the state were divided into a numberof

states equalling the New England RICH RUDDY GARNET I BOY'S SHOES, High Tops
states there would still be enough left
to make another state the size of REGULAR $2.50 $1.98

Maryland.As I REGULAR $3.00 -------------------------------_$2.48
also Garnet Rings---Garnet Scarf Pins Gamet ,
our correspondent pointsout --- REGULAR $350 $2. 8
that Florida's -
present representation
and that in congress division is of but the six state members would Brooches---Garnet] La Vallieres.Make I REGULAR $4.00 -------------------------------$3. 8

afford us two more United States sen-
ators with the added prestige they your selection for the JANUARY BIRTHDAY from I
would give. He also paints an attractive -
picture so far as the two Our Choice Assortment of :

chief cities of the state are concernedby I II I DICKSONIVES CO

stating that Jacksonville would be GARNET JEWLRY;
the logical capital city for North I
Florida and Tampa for South Florida. .
Such division of the state would !

give 512,139 North and South Florida Florida a population 240480. as of .DEPARTMENT STORE.

based on the census of 1910. The
are would be, South Florida 31,000 T. H. EVANS !i .. ..
square miles; North Florida: 27,000 I

Yes. it does sound nice. And it I
would settle many political questions' The Store of true service, of never-failing courtesy -

that arise from time to time becauseof of fair dealing, of trust-worthy mer-
the widely divergent interests of JEWELER
9 chandise, at right prices
the extreme north and extreme south
portions of the state. But it is un- .1 ORLANDO FLORIDA
likely that state division will be anything -

,. more than a dream for a gen-
eraucn at least. -

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NEWS Drama. Bob Leonard Ella Won't LeakT
Hall and Edna Maison in "When Fate
OOK at the feed tube. IfUsiui'ttU-
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News Pictorial Are All
They Talking _-Nestor. Eddie Lyons in "His Crazy The Parker Lucky Curve Feed Tate
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Sterling. Comedy. "Billy's Vaca- of feed tube,a*ia picture the iutaat
tion." The celebrated Sterling tots. you turn pen upright.
Parkers won'tkak.Ordinuy == '
"ANOTHER CHANCE, "The Strength 0' Ten fountain vena
Among the tourists arriving in Orlando feed tubes in which ink Mays em
when pen is point up. Air inside of
Majnestic. American. yesterday were 1lessrs.I.. K. pen.npaDdlll from beat of yourbodjr
forces this ink out onto end of pen.
Williams and James Gaffney, of Chi- Standard style Parker Lucky Cone
cago, and F. H. Plummer, of Petersburg and Pens ornamentation.$l"SO to J2SO.OO according to sin

Va. They are making their N.w Parker Jack Knife Safety Pasi
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I Same: : Little Prices I Parker Dis.pp.ariae CEp

holds onto your pocket .
like a snapping turtle
and irr*n into its

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Money refunded if
THE BEST FOR YOUR CAR any Parker Pea doesn'tplease.
We protect .
Drums for shipping and storage
Get a VakJeas Parker Pen into year
tanks kept on hand. pocket before tonight '
(Manic Snrtit RENT-A
suite of rooms for
light housekeeping, with bath, hot
: and cold water; a pleasant neighbor- Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit
-Edited By Miss Eliza' Wright hood; close in; near Eola park. Call all cars. Give make of car when you 0

Office telephone No. Ij9. Residence telephone No. 2$4 307 East Pine. l-16-6t order. .All en Co., .

WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDARJan. Country Club's new club house re-I and tools best farm in county; va- GULF REfiNING GO
cently completed. This event riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- ((6. JEWEL. .d)
16th. to-date buildings,
mark the opening of Winter Park'ssocial etc. Room 3, Rock : . = J
Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, owner P. G. WALTON, Agent
Mrs. C. H. Morris .
season. ,
SaturdaySilver I 1-16-tfc Phone 450.
tea, Chapter House St. Ce- chairman of the reception committee, .
cilia's Guild. ; assisted by society leaders of Winter FOR SALE-A thoroughly reliable Residence Phone 269. ..Mill .. . . .. . . ... ... ...............

6 P. M. to 8 P. M.-Turkey supper, Park, will be in the receiving line. horse; good roadster; gentle and
old postoffice building; Methodist la- fine appearance. Together with
dies. buggy and harness. Apply P. O. Box
4-6 P. M.-opening of Winter Park Mcs. S. Waters Howe left yester- 119, Winter Park, Fla. VENEER
Country Club. day for Jacksonville for a short visit.A l-16-d3t-wlt CORES

Nullos Club FOR CORNS, bunions ingrowing $1.25 If your neighbor's house needs
The Nullos Club was entertained nails, see the chiropodist for men painting, do him a real kindness by
and women. L. J. Mustard, over llcElroy's Per Strand Up
yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Carl B.
Pa., Jan. 13, 1915. drug store, 117 Orange ave- telling him about Sun Proof Paint;
Robinson at her beautiful home on nue. Pedicure and manicure. FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND
and the Orlando Paint & Wall Paper
Editor Orlando Sentinel
Gore avenue. Beside the club mem- : 1-16-1mc OAK WOOD
bers the guest list included Mesdames Mrs. Cooke and myself expect to Company, 205 South Orange avenue.

Essingtcn, Glenn, Pesson, II. Johnson, start for our annual visit to the City FOR SALE-A very attractive sub- Orlando Wood YardB.
urban home, situated north bankof
A. Haden, W. H. Lewis, and Good- Beautiful on Thursday evening, Jan- Lake Concord; high on elevation; W. Kingsley, Proprietor
rich. Escalloped oysters, tomato sal- high elevation; commands view of PINE STREET AND R. R.
14th and should arrive in Or-
uary Telephone 344
ad, sandwiches, and coffee were three large lakes; in the prettiest
served. Mrs. Essington won the lando Saturday evening. We will be ,suburb of Orlando; lot size 158x1320 9-30 i

guest prize and Mrs. Robinson the accompanied by Mrs. C. A. Drake and I I and feet, fronts 158 feet private lakefront 1111"I"llllle"IIDIIII'I"II'I'I"'III'III'II" '
158 feet on Lakeview avenue; has ,
club prize. Miss Ann Elliott. These ladies have 165 young citrus trees, all varieties. "
Mrs. Fuller Hostess both visited Orlando and are familiar This is a choice piece of property. -
Will be sold low to
a quick buyer.
very -
Mrs. Edna Fuller was hostess at a with its many charms. It is now ten See the
owner at 98 Lakeview
delicious luncheon given in honor of years since Mrs. Cogke and I first avenue. 1-16-Gt FRANK A. CURTIS. WILLIAM R. O'NEAL i

Mrs. R. L. Harris, the charming house took up our winter abode at "Rose
guest of Mrs. Forrest Dabney Carr, Villa," on South street, and duringthe BEAUTY SPECIALISTMrs. i d'
on Friday. The covers were laid for remainder of the year we try to Minnie Sawyer, of Boston, Established 1886 iJ
would be
pleased to do work at
ten guests the pretty place cards .keep in touch with the affairs of the I Ii homes or hotels. Shampooing, your face J
naming Mrs. Harris, Mrs. Carr, Mrs. i community through your valuable paper and scalpt specialist; manicuring, chi- 1E E
Giles, Mrs. McElroy, Mrs. Warlow, which comes to our home every i ropody, hair dressing. Phone 680. '
Mrs. Newell, Mrs. Gedge, Mrs.I week. Yours very truly, i 10 l-15-12t West Concord avenue, Orlando. CURTIS & 1 EAL

Bourne, Mrs. Beeman, and Miss Ray. O. R. COOKE.

White carnations with asparagus I FROM BUCKEYE STATEMr. s J

fern made a beautiful center piece for I ARRIVE ,FROM ILLINOIS INSURANCE LOANS 1

the table,while pink of the same love I I and Mr-Utults and Miss 1

ly flower adorned the drawing room. Among the arrivals from Illinois Ella Walker, of Richwood, Ohio, are J
Returns After Visit i I yesterday were Mr. and Mrs. R. S. among the prominent Buckeyes now REAL: ESTATE RENTALS >

Miss Ellen Dickerson, the attract- !J McCabe, of Quincy, who have come to sojourning in Orlando. They will
ive house guest of Mr. and l\Irs.l\Ierle spend the season in Orlando. Mr.and leave some time next month, going i
McElroy, departed yesterday after- : Mrs. McCabe are here for their first across the contient to Los Angeles.

noon for her home in Birmingham, !'visit, having visited the East and They are very much pleased with Or- .

after a most delightful visit in Or- I West Coast and the Bahamas several lando and wil return early next season -

lando. times, but hearing so many splendid F OR RENT 5 Rooms Furnished South Main 1
Here From West Virginia I things said about this locality have -- Bungalo ,

Mr. J. M. Chandler, of Oakhill, W. come to the City Beautiful to spend IS DESERVING MANR. Street.
Va., is visiting his sister, Mrs. V. D. I the next two months. 1
Awre, on Magnolia avenue. B. Owen, of Nashville, is in the
Seven Room House South Orlando.
FROM MONTANAI city and expects to spend the winter 7
OPENING WINTER PARK C. C. I I season here. Some time ago he had J

Under auspicious circumstancesthis ; A. R. Jones, secretary and the misfortune to lose his right limb
Two New Five Room Houses South West Orlando.
afternoon between 4 and 6 o'clockat '!treasurer of the Florida Gold Mine in an automobile accident at Nashville I

Winter Park will occur the formal company Twin Bridge, Montana, ar- Tenn., and for the past few i
opening of the Winter Park Country rived in Orlando yesterday afternoonand years has been earning a worthy liv- a

Club. During the hours noted a reception is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. ing by selling an interesting volume 1,

and tea will be held in the E. Lartigue. called "Sabbath Readings." ,

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FOR RENT Seven room house; water }
gas, electric lights, bath, etc.; J..umber. ., La"t11.8 ci11Cl S111I1g1eSORLANDO
SENTINEL barn stable, chicken house; lot 100 by
200 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange
avenue. 10-31-tf S

WANTSThe FOR RENT-Large; attractive room.
I Inquire No. 8 West Washington St.
o 11-8-tfc

FOR RENT-Small flat, modern con-
Morning Sentinel Want
veniences, unfurnished. Jas.
Directory is the Greatest Want
Ad Medium in Orlando. Knox. 11-3-tf o

Terms Cash in Advance. NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
RATES 10-25-tf

For One Day ______________25t; Cement
For Three Days ____________50c TO RENT-Two pleasant rooms for Royal Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Six Days _______________75c light housekeeping, for adults. 510
I HAS ARRIVED. WHO? For One Month ____________$ .50 West Central. -- ----- -- -- ---- ---- --- - -- - --
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This rate applies on all ads of ,
Mr. Homseeker-He says: 25 words or less. If the ad con- WANTEDWANTEDMiddle
tains more than 25 words the rate HMtlltllillMlilM MIilMMiMiillMMIilllilillliilllililliiHllitlltSUBTROPICAL .
"I have now visited
will be one cent per word for
each additional word, for each in- aged; woman for
I WILL BUY IN ORLANDOThis sertion.If house work. Apply Box II., care
you can't bring: your ad to Sentinel. 1-5-tf
is the most uptodateand the office telephone No. 24. Ac- EXPOSITION I
counts opened by telephone will be LOST-Small hand satchel, on West
cleanest city I have seen. payable the following day. street or Church street; containedtwo
mileage books, few letters and
THE PEOPLE ARE MORE Every Home-Every Business- toilet articles. Return to P. P. Mc- MID-WINTER
Every Man has use for a Graw, Sentinel office, and receive re
PROGRESSIVEIt Sentinel Want Ad. ward. 14-3t

presents the best general .

appearance of any place I FOR SALE I BUYERS AND SELLERSI OEL.A DO. FL.A.FEB. '

have decided .
now buy, sell rent, and exchange real ,
We specialise In Orlando FOR SALE 24 acres good citrus estate. nave resided in Orlando, Fla., I
Homes will land, 4 miles from court house facing over :30 year Have handled over .
and be
City one-fourth mile on proposed brick 20000000. Call and see m,. Q-13 1915
pleased to have you call and road. $500: take it in next 30 days.P. 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. 9
and let us show you our real I O. Box 486. 1-13-61 --
values in this class of prop- TEN ACRES overlooking Orlando;
I FOR SALE Story & Clark upright; all cleared; fine land; good home EDUCATIONALEmbracingAgriculture
erty. grand piano won by Miss Myrtle site. 2000. II. McDaniel.. Phone
Weeks in the recent contest will be ';08.
sold for benefit of Baptist churchbuilding Horticulture Floriculture Domestic
fund. Piano may be seen 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, '
North Weeks, 10 Washington street. have the Improved Rose No.I and
Orange Avenue
1-13-tfc Bliss Triumph, grown specially for and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports
PHONE 608 them, and inspected by U. S. govein-
1912 ABBOTT TOURING CAR-Fine ment. See 11. McDaniel, agent. AreoplansLectures and Entertainments of all kinds
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
I -For Information or premium list, address
DAVIS A GILES, CounselF. FOR SALE-To those only who have MANUFACTURE classes of hair '
A. PEPPERCORN Contractor cash capital to invest in winter goods; prices reasonable and work VVM. R. O'NEAL Sec'y H. H. DICKSON Pres. jj jjOrlando's
homes; also big acreage in groves and first class. Call and see us at 303: ,
trucking lands. Address Box 814, Garland street. 1-6-lmo ,
Orlando. 1-8-lmoc

"DIXIE FOR SALE-30 acres land 20 fenced, Irish Potatoes warranted
LIMITED"Between 10 cleared ready for setting trees; free from scab or other diseases.
close to depot, 3 miles from Orlando. Drop me a card or phone 708 and let
Cheap if sold in 30 days. Lock Box us talk oerour requirements. I
No. 4, 1-3-lmo will make it to our mutual advan- -
tage. H. C. McDaniel.
J cksonyille, Chicago and St. Louis FOR SALE-One seven passenger,
six cylinder automobile, 1 year old, NOTICK have accepted agency for
Reestablished January 6, 1915 first class condition. Don't answer Wilson & Toomer's fertilizers in
unless interested. Address Bargain Orange county and will appreciatethe $ ,
Northbound Daily Southbound care of Sentinel. 11-14-tf patronage of their old customers, urollecineftitftetVKINCAID
9:35 am Lv. Jacksonv'e Ar. 7:30pm I and hope to make new friends for this .
5:08pmAr.8:03pmAr.. Macon Lv.11:45 am FOR RENT firm. Their Ideal brands are too well .
Atlanta Lv. 8:35am known for any comment at my hands.
12:18 am Ar. Chattan'ga Lv. 4:37 am FOR RENT-Rooms. 3:50 per week My experience as a grower of both
4.50 am Ar. Nashville Lv.12.10 am in the best part of the city; also fruit and vegetables warrants we in "
9:28 am Ar. Evansville Lv. 7:30pm housekeeping rooms. The St. James, saying, as their agent, I can be of
6:35 pm Ar._Chicago Lv.11:30 am 308: West street. 1-15-Gt real service to those who have grove all SNBDEN

: FOR RE!'>Housekeeping rooms, my patrons not only my own experi-I I
with all conveniences of Northern ence but that of the firm,
Train CompartmentObservation -I home; also use of garage. 8 East ers every detail of the citrus and ; II
cars, Standard Pullman and
coaches, between Jacksonville cars and nue.Concord avenue. just off Orange l-15-3t ave- citrus Phone 70S.EIGHTEEN industry.. H. C. .e-I I Largest and Cheapest

Chicago. Standard Pullman sleepers &
Jacksonville to St. Louis.DINING .
within two blocks of Florida Sani land on Lake Gatlin; sixteen in
CARS tarium. Terms most reasonable. Ad- five year old oranges; and grapefruit; FURNITURE
i dress Mrs. Hy. Moor Formosa. Fla. overlooks four lakes; in perfect con- HOUSEt
1-14-31 dition. Price 12000. Nothing bet
Atlantic : ter in Florida, unless it is the prop-
Coast]Line FOR RENT-At Windermere, 12 erty below described. Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
.. miles from Orlando two well fur-
Standard Railroad of the South nished, heated rooms, each! having :3 TWENTY ACRES, in good neighborhood -
large windows, in pleasant cottage on ; fine land; 10 acres in bear- A
Lake Butler. Use of bath and large ing trees good lake
; ; protection; good I -
... J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., screened porches facing lake; near crop on trees Price $10,000 with
Tampa, Florida. Rossmore Inn. Would also rent fully I fruit; or owner will keep fruit, deducting J I
equipped kitchen if desired. AddressM. I
$2,000 for same. Offered only
A. Buckley, Windemere Fla. I for reasons beyond owners control. I
1-14-lwk See H. McDaniel: for particulars. ;I
Real Estate Boughtand Phone 708.CORDON'S. I i
FOR RENT-To single adult very T
desirable furnished room with all

Sold. Apply conveniences l-13-6t 408 East, in Pine choice street.neighborhood. CARRIAGEAND B Begill II Ne w Year r lilt .

City Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash FOR RENT-Large, pleasant fur- ---- ---
and $1.00 per week buys a Lot nished rooms; in good location;
with private family; close in. 302

Notary Work Promptly and Neatly ;.
Done. FOR RENT-rurnished. large pleas-
ant room; bath, hot and cold water; l. T. HARRELL, Prop.
electric lights; private family; closein. Piano and Furniture Cook and Heat :

N. P. HATCHERORLANDO Phone 520. 312 North Main.l126t Moving a Specialty

,FLORIDA A NEW SIX ROOM HOUSE for sale, E. Church SI. PHONE 487 '

Office at Pinehurst ParkP. with fireplace, bath room and city 6
water. Inquire of C. W. Rowe, Edge- WITH
O. Box 281 wood street Concord Park. 1-10-61
PHONE 405 !0-8-lra
FOR RENT-Furnished or unfur-
nished rooms for light housekeep- LAKE 'SITE
ing. Apply to 601 East Central avenue
or phone 591. 1.10-6te

V ORLANDOCO FOR RENT-Finished rooms for GASTliell :

light housekeeping, on first, second Four miles from Orlando, one
and third floors; no objection to chil- mile from Post Office Schools
dren over 12 or under 1 year. 300
East Concord. Phone 380. 1-2-tfc and Churches and Packing

26 WEST PINE STREET House. On good road just one

PHONE 122 SEVEN ROOM new stucco cottage, mile from Orlando Sandford
I one block from Eola park; com-
mands fine view of city. Price $5,500. road. '
I11. C. McDaniel phone 708. Surrounded by fine Groves; Virginia
Best Plumbing at Lowest -I Pine Timber. Excellent ll WllORLANDO Surely be Happy y

Prices i FOR modern RENT-6 improvements room house; furnished with all; Citrus Land with water protection V

I $150 season 3 months. One cottage, and beautiful lake frontage
We are not in the combine. for light housekeeping $30 a month.
SLAUTER'S latest inventions Room and board for couple of tourists -
used Acres
Sixty at
I $12 per week. Inquire Cooper
all firstclassPlumbing
on & Atha. 12-13-1m

Construction: FOR RENT-Rooms, with or without $20 Per Acre
I board; also rooms for light housekeeping 'j I II I
I ; several apartments from 1 WATER & LIGHT CO.
to' 4 rooms, each at very reasonable
prices. Inquire of F. L. Anderson,
J 112 West Church street. Phone 459.; Think of it and see

Contractor and BuilderBungalows 12-6-tf GAS DEPARTMENT

more cents and attend T. O. Brown's ,
Arcade Bui'ding. Orlando Real Sale for Men Tuesday the 12th
.r to Saturday the 16th. 1-12-tf Watkins Block PHONE 504 -I



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

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

4- 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 cost in many instances, and that the sale will continue as long as there is a dollar's worth of goods I I

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

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

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

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

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


25c. kind for ___ _____________ ______ .18c $5.50 kind for ___
__ _________ -- -- -- ------------- $3.50
$1.75 kind for ______________ $1-23 ---------- .
$1.50 kind for __________________________$1.15 LADIES 11ANDKERCIIIEFSCOTTON BLANKETS

$1.25 kind for ____________________________95c 35c. kind for ----------------_____________25c $2.75 kind for _____________ *
$1.00 kind for ____________________________80c 25c. kind for _____________________________20c I $2.50 kind for- ----------- __$2 00 1
75c. kind! for _____________________________55c60c. $1.50 kind for ------------_------------ $1.85- i
_____________________________45c50c. CURTAIN GOODS- ------------ -------------$1.10 1
kind for $125.00 kind for __
25c. kind for ____________________________19c --------- -- -- -- ___95C
kind for _____________________________40c i.
20c. kind for 15c
SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES 15c. kind for -----------_______________lOc LADIES FLA1V'h
10 and 12/e. kind: for _____________________08c $1.00 kind ---ELETTE--------------------____goc75c. .J
81x99 Sheets, 90c. kind for_________________68c for ______55c60c
LADIES VESTS -----------------------
72x99 Sheets, 8i>e. kind for_______ __________63c kind for _______45c J'
50c. 40c ----------------------
81x90 Sheets, 85c. kind 63c kinddfor 50c. kind for ______ '
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72x90 Sheets, 80e. kind for _________________58c 35 c. ---------------------------25c !
63x90 Sheets, 70c. kind for 52c 25c. kind for _____________________________20c MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Same Reductions.MEN'S '

The above are all 1st quality, seamless sheets, stock $3.00 kind! for __________________________$2.00 ECLIPSE SHIRTS- s
$1.50 kind for __________________________
$2.00 kind for __________________________$1.50 $1.15 I
not large get them at once, if want ____ ________ __ j
IS ; you any. $1.00 kind for n ______80c
$1.50 kind for _________________$1.00 ,
45x36 Pillow Cases, 25c. kind for ____________19c $1.00 kind for ____________________________80c MEN'S WORK SHIRTS- 3
45x36 Pillow Cases, 22tc. kind for _________17c COAT SUITS AND HATS- __________ j
50c kind for ___________________40c 1
42x36 Pillow Cases, 20c kind for ____________15c Many kinds of Heavy Winter Goods and Hats will 1

42x36 Pillow Cases, 15c. kind for ___________12c be sold at any price, no reasonable offer will be l1IEN'050HEAVY UNDERWEAR 1
for _________________40c i
42x3 Pillow Cases, 12V c. kind for ___________lOc. 1

OUTING FLANNEL- 12,e. kind for ---------__________________09c l
.00 kind for
12Vfcc. kind for ___________________________lOc Special Nainsook finish, 12V&C. kind for _____09c ----------------------------75c li i

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 J
POPLINS- Ginghams, 12V c. kind for _________________lOc 50c. kind for ----_________________________40c i
25c. and 35c. kind for _______________________19c Percales, 121c, kind for ___________________lOc 35c. kind for --___________________________25c

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

And will continue as long as there is anything Celt.F '1

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OPERA HOUSEMatinee I.ries a telegraph service similar to the '
Handicapped j Star's, and is well filled with local
I know a chap-a perfect fiend- i I items. It expresses no editorial opin- ORLANDO ROOFINGAND
and Night That I should like to smother; {ion, which is to be regretted, as Chris
But he's immune because he's !Codrnigton is an independent and interesting -

Monday, Jan. 18 My best girl's-little- brother. t tGaining tI I I writer.-Ocala Star. i j SHEET METAL CO. 11

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I i Here are bargains direct from
:J": -'a-- Ooburn='s Grocer-Good morning, Mrs. Jigg- the owner it will pay you to Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
smith. How is the butter I sent you? look into: ,

GREATERuIST Mrs. Jiggsmith-Better, thank you. j No 1 and Rubber Roofings
It seems to be gaining strength every i
2-acre farm just over City 1
: ;minute. -0- j i I limits, 120 fruit trees, mostly Cornices, Sk}lights. Heating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
bearing 1000 plant pinery, covered
Help! Help!
Bigger. Better Than Ever. 30 People. Band and Ormestra.1 and in bearing; 6-room
BifTbang That is lunatic Works 14 E. Church St.
Everything New Every Season. Beautiful Scenic .. nearly new bungalow, mostly
there. j
: asylum over
I furnished new; stable, hen
"NEPTUNE'S PALACE LAND OF THE NYADS"At I Riffraf-What's queer about it? house. Well fenced and good soil. .
Biffbang-They won't take in sane
A little fruit and
dandy poultry
( the Bottom of the Sea.) Six Big Minstrel Vaudeville Acts people, I understand. I
farm. Price
including the IMPERIAL MUSICAL HUSSARS and the screaming -| -0- $1500.00.No. I. "
2 .
Farce Our Sawed-Off Sermon
I When minister has On Lakeview avenue, one lot, BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT : i
TING MEXICANNO"Featuring I a a praying
"P congregation behind him he doesn't 100x620; 40 young fruit trees, j jd
Those Merriest Men of Modern Minstrelsy CHARLEY have to lie awake at night worrying $650.00. Would sub-divide into LUCERNE NIGHT 23ri

GANO Parades and and NICODEMUS Band Concerts GLYNN Dally.The Great Big Fun Show. Street I about his back salary.- 4 times or this.5 lots, and bring three THEATRE Saturday ONLY January I :jj jjThe d i iI

Matinee 50c., Children 25c. The Limit No. 3 Event of the Theatrical Season
PRICES { I:= Society ; :
4 lots in Oakwood Park,
Night 50c., 75c, $LOo. "Last night, said the self con-
fessed humorist, "I dreamed of some fenced in together, covered with ENGLISH
jokes I had written. 60 4-year old fruit trees. COMPANY
-..- I "You have my sympathy," rejoinedthe I Would make a little chicken and BOSTON OPERA ,
11I snake editor. "I also had a night- fruit place; price $120.00 each, 1
r mare." or $400.00 for all. = In a Master Production of the World's Favorite Opera-
llammond&Gore Juvenile Philosophy 1 lot, 58x150, 2 blocks fromP. :

i "Young man," said the stern par- O. in Winter Park. This is
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBAIMERS. Ii IiREAL ent to his precocious son and heir, i right in town, has 18 large fruit :
I i,aged 7, "here is where I pay you the trees; well fenced. Will pay 20
whipping I owe you." 'I per cent. on the investment at ,
VALUES LOW PRICES : "That ain't fair, dad," protested the $500.00.
No.5 ! With the Most\ Remarkable Cast of Stars Ever Heard in :

COMPARE youngster.what you"You owe never them,pay and anybodyelse I don'tsee j 10 acres on lake front in Chu- English Opera, including ,

why you make a preferred cred- j lluota, fine for vegetables and GREATEST

I I OUR FURNITUREWe I i itor of me." - {I ables luota,, fine$600.00No.for fruit and veget- f JOSEPH I F. SHEEHAN, AMERICfri :

provide the quality i of furniture that has long The Fickle Bunch I 6 MIRTH CARMEN: LOUIS HEMMING\ \
been accepted: by knowjng furniture buyers as the Sad She-Yes, I have quite a large The nicest 3-acre ;young grove HAROLD J. GElS ARTHUR DEANE
standard of merit If au article is here it is good. number of friends in society. i! in Florida, located on the new It HENRI DeVAREE EVLINE VAN AERNAM
It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. \\.eca 't make Said He-Then you haven't been in :, brick street Central avenue. X WILLIAM HAMILTON WILLIAM\ YOUNG
this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stonesof society long, eh? i 6-room bungalow with all mod- ; ELAINE DeSELLEM CLARK HARCOURT ..
I this business, and that means much to any buyer. I i.era improvements; garage, hen GRACE DOXSEE AND OTHERS
house etc.

McNHLL? & DAVIS BLOCK I: I This place is a dandy: and will The Superb Boston English Opera Chorus,
i i I Epworth, Iowa, Jan. 1 Farmers !pay big interest on the investIment and Augmented Orchestra Under _
Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SI., Orlando Fla. for all over Dubuqce county are gath- : at $5,000.00.
: of Basil Harsfall.The
J ered here for the lectures on agricul- 1 No. 7 Direction .

.. T ... -- .tural subjects provided by the state. | 1 lot, 86x210 on Lake Lucerne, most finished and artistic performance of ''HTrovatore
- ,I I All the week there are talks and ex- 30 young fruit treeh, beautiful ever taken on Tour," is the verdict of Press and Public.
hibits by experts. The state of Iowa 1 shade. This is a beauty and a
FOR SALE I I TURKEY SUPPER I I I provides a week of instruction for bargain. h [PRICES
The ladies of the Methodist church j farmers at in each of the no .
I I I one city 99i I These are my own you pay
Good Terms citrus to and Suit truck Purchaser land, cleared.I Iwill I give a turkey supper Saturday, I i I counties, and furnishes traveling ex- no commission. I can give reasonable 50c., 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 postofficeroom. hibits as well as raveling crews of ex- terms if desired.
brick road to be built this year, two Delicious menu. Price 50 perts from the state college. Call and talk it over. Seats will be placed on sale at DeLaney's Drug Store,
miles from Orhndo. Phone 1024 4 cents. l-14-3tc L. H. SPENCER Monday morning, January 18.
rings or write H. G.Jackson, R. F. D.
No. 2, Orlando, for appointment. The DeLand Daily News is arriving -' 733 West Central \ve.
1-7-lmo Get the news in the Sentinel first. at this office, and is as bright and _' 1-1241 1 II i 111 111111111II IIIIIIII1111T111111T f T f11?

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f EDUCATING THE NEGRO I WHEAT CLIMBS UP TO $1.41 A'', try. He is rather conservative on the
[EMOEN HAD REMARKABLE PInecastle ItemsPine BUSHEL I expected rush of tourists to Florida. AN HONORARY MEMBER

New York, Jan. 15.-Steps taken to lIe thinks that there will be a good
improve facilities for the educationof Castle, Fla., Jan. 13.-Mr. and Chicago, Jan. .-May wheat sold i! many more than usual, but doesn't ,
CAREER the Negro are summarized in an Mrs. Spencer Braddock, of Drenen, at $1.41 on the Board of Trade yes- 'i II expect the state to be flooded with :The Sentinel Is Now Honorary
installment of the forthcoming report and Mrs. R. J. Hansell, of Winter I them. lIe has reason to believe, however Member of Orlando Fire
terday and closed at $1.403-4, onlyone '
of the General Education Board. Park were guests of Mr. and Mrs.C. I that we will have more gen- Dept., J. H. Bartow
WAS ONLY EQUALLED BY cent under the highest record
The report says in part: F. Johns Sunday.Mr. uine settlers than ever before. Whenit
FAMOUS CONFEDERATE "Between 1906 and 1912, seventy- J. Grady Matchett of Orlando, .since the war began. Bulls had un t comes to laborers, he thinks that Bestowing Honor

t' CRUISER ALABAMA four schools in Alabama were thus spent Sunday at the home of his father 'disputed control of the turbulent pit. we have more than enough now and I I The Orlando Fire Department

aided; toward buildings and equipment J. W. Matchett. i Competition of millers with exporters I as long as a good many of our own made The Morning Sentinel an hon
Performed Score of Daring and Mrs. G. C. Miller has as her in need it is not good policy -I
costing $54,153, the Jeanes guest 1 I appeared to be largely responsible people are i orary member. The hope is herein
Sensational Feats and fund of the General Education Board her sister Mrs. T. H. Lane, of Plant for the impetus which, since Monday I to bring in more. '' expressed that the staff.of the Senti-

Always Managed to contributed $18,888; Negro patronsof City.Mr. has whirled prices up to 71-2 -o- I nel will not have to respond to any
i the schools, $35,265; toward $17- F. W. Anderson and family I cents a barrel before the collapse I More attentiould be given to 'I fires during 1915 or in'.the years to
... Escape- 690 spent in maintenance in the year have returned from Cincinnati Ohio brought on by the sensational stories the upkeep of the roads. Expensive, I II come, but whatever assistance may
the fund to their home here. Mr. An'derson I I that the Turkish grip the Darda! hard surface roads are being ruined
1910-11, $1,068 county on be
London, Jan. 13. The Emden hada gave rendered the Sentinel will be in
boards, $9,070, and Negro patrons; will represent the Philip Carey Manufacturing nelles had been broken. I for want of a little attention. The I the forefront. Commissioner H. C.
three months career as a commerce of Cincinnati in I bonds to build roads
$7,552. I company Frozen chicken in large quantitieswas people are voting Robertson is secretary of the depart-
destroyer, only equalled by the fam- "At the present time, schools are :Florida and throughout the Southern added to the list today of food I i and in many places doing practically I ment and J. H. Barton is foremanand

ous Confederate cruiser, Alabama, fortunate if they obtain as principalsand I States, and will make his home here. being bargained for to be sent to Eu- nothing to care for those already has charge of the recruiting of
which swept American commerce teachers the graduates of one of The Christian Workers met Tues- rope. It was said that 1,500,000 built. This is waste of a very expensive the volunteers. William.Dean is fire
from the seas in the civil war. Cap- the better industrial schools for Ne- day afternoon, January 5, and in the pounds had been sold to England kind. Vitrified brick roads are chief.
groes. The General Education Board election of officers for the new year alone. Fresh eggs were retailing in all right for those that can afford ,
tain von Muller captured ships and has therefore assisted some of the the old officers were aH re-elected. i Chicago today as high as 45 cents a I them, but for most places they are SEMINOLE CIRCUIT COURT
cargoes valued at about $15,000,000, more efficient of these industrial Union Sunday school re-elected officers -I dozen. i too expensive. We are glad to note

bombarded Madras, India, and other training schools as follows: and teachers also. : I that____ the.___ sand_____ oil_n _mad___ is__ receiving, _at_ I
belated fall
Snaford Jn. 13.-The
ports, entered the harbor of Penang, Mr. E. D. M. Perkins not only is ROYAL PALM NURSERIES, J tention. For many parts of the stateit ,
Hampton Institute$138,000.00 JI of the
term circuit court of Seminole
where he blew up the Russian cruiser our new postmaster, but is also the I I bids fair to become the favorite I
Tuskegee Institute ___ 135,483.48 county started yesterday with Judge
Jemptchug and sank the French tor- new express and freight agent for The Royal Palm Nurseries at | road. What the rural districts needis
Spelman Seminary --- 196,912.88 I Perkins at the bat and there will be
pedo boat Mosquet, and finally was Other institutions ______ 85384.77 this place. It never rains but whatit Oneco, Fla.. under the management j I II a good road of first low cost easy many matters of importance to grind
caught at Cocos Island, southwest of pours-so here's to Ephandemonium -j I of Reasoner Brothers, has recently I I maintenance and comparatively dust- I
up in the toils of justice. The term
Java, by the Australian cruiser Syd- Total ________________$555,781.13 Delivering Mail Perkins. !!published a seventy-five page booklet i I Ij less. of court will be well attended and already -
Friday afternoon there will be exercises -"j descriptive of their extensile and --oWe i
ney.The "With the end in view, gifts the city is filling with
same up peo-
Sydney, a vastly superior boat at the school auditorium, by !high class new, rare and beautiful | are glad to know that some at- I
in gun fire, pounded the Emden to toward improved physical equipmenthave the school children to which the par- i trees, plants, shrubs, palms ferns, I II tention is being given to a search for : pIe who are coming either as wit-
pieces, but not before the Emden had been made to a number of secondary ents and friends of the children are I I bamboos, vines, etc. The company II j jj grasses adapted to Florida condi- l nesses, jurors or spectators. The
I criminal docket will be importantone
schools owned controlled i an
got in several good shots and dam- or invited and urged to come. j has recently installed a special "ser- j tions. There is much cheap land in
aged her enemy severely. Forty Ger- by Negroes themselves g., Waters Rev. William Funk, of Nocatee, is : vice department" by means of which i this state that is adapted to grazing. several cases coming up at this
mans landed on Cocos Island escapedin Norman Institute (Winston, N. C.); I visiting his niece, Mrs. C. J. Sweet. I the buyer can receive accurate infor- The land, if properly seeded with I' term of court to be disposed of, and
Thompson Institute (Lumberton, N. ,' the civil docket will also occupy much
The work on the new road through I that would furnish
an old schooner, captured a British I mation on the planting of all Kinds of grasses grazingfor
C.); Jeruel Academy (Athens, Ga.); I the peninsular to Conway is progress- battle would be of the time of the court.
collier, mounted machine guns on her, I varieties. the right means of plant- I very profitable. I
Americus Institute (Americus Ga.); ing nicely and will be another nice What and how to seed and
and pursued a further course of commerce ing, fruit growing, landscaping, or grasses
raiding. I Howe Institute (Memphis, Tenn.); driveway for autoists, making a com- any similar phase of horticulture.The I care for in order to get good pastur- I AT MIAMI

The wounded sailors of the Emdenare I Florida Baptist Academy (Jacksonville plete cycle of Orlando, Pine Castle contents of the new booklet or I age, and what kind of land to use are
now in the military hospitals at i Fla.), and others. and Conway. Property owners are catalog contains planting and potting problems that should be well workedout. Mrs. Joe Hugh Reese (Miss Adele

Colombo, Ceylon, while the rest are "It has been recognized that the I all busy fencing and the grading ma- suggestions, business rules, proper What we need is reliable infor- Drossier) is spending this week in
prisoners in Australia. Captain von I higher education of Negroes must chine is already at work along this distances for planting, and every- mation. :Miami as the guest of her parents
also be provided for. The reasoning Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Brossier, at their
Muller was extolled even in Londonfor I road.The thing else from tropical fruit plants --
his valor and gentlemanly con- followed in dealing with colleges and convict camp on Hoffner'st and trees to succulents and epi A. A. Whitehurst, the old reliable home on Biscayne Drive. Mrs. Reese
duct. I universities is equally valid in this i Island draws great crowds of visitorson phytes. grocer, recently made a shipment of brought with her to Miami, Miss Pau-

I seconda-ry Sundays. Quite a large numberof a case of Pinellas county syrup, line Nucholls, a young woman quite

EXHIBIT AT THE FAIRH. schools are to good people gathered there on Sunday. STATE NEWS NOTESA packed in quart cans, to parties at El popular in Orlando society. Clement
II principals, and supervisors, provisionmust when Mr. G. C. Shackleton addressedthe Reno Okla. This is an advertisementfor Brossier is also spending this week in

H. Dickson, of Orlando, presi- be made for higher education. imprisoned men and boys, givinga man at Ruskin erected a canning Largo that may bring good re- Miami with his parents having come .
dent of the Subtropical MidwinterFair "Contributions have accordingly good, bright talk that could be con- factory last spring to take care ;sults in the way of future orders for !over from Orlando especially for the
been made to colleges and universities sidered by all There delicious I week of celebration.-Miami Metrop
was a visitor in Apopka last present. was of his surplus crop of tomatoes. He our "long swf'etnin.-I.ar
Tuesday, -;and appeared before the! as follows: some god singing also. The weather has canned and sold 30,000 cans of Sentinel. I olis.

board of trade meeting, urging that Atlanta Baptist College ___$ 5,000.00 permitting, there will probably be tomatoes at good prices and has ad- -0-
body the importance of an exhibit at .Atlanta University _______ 8,000.00 services each Sunday of the camp's vance orders for all the tomatoes and St. Petersburg Independent records I CRUISER BREMEN DAMAGED

the fair. 1 Fisk University ---------- 70,000.00 remaining at this location. other vegetables that his factory can the sale of a piece of Central avenue London, Jan. 14.The German
Mr. Dickson assured his hearers Lane College ____________ 7,000.00 Mr. Frank Karel, superintendent of produce during the coming season. property with eighty-foot frontage I cruiser Bremen has arrived at Wilt -
much good comes from the workingsof Leland University ________ 2,000.00 the convict camp, is at his post again -0- recently at $45,000 or $562 a foot. helmshaven badly damaged by) mine,
the committees in charge of the Livingstone College ______ 12500.00' after a few days illness. The chief of the industrial depart- Mighty good price, and shows that St. t according to a dispatch received by
exhibits and every effort should be Miles Memorial College __. 5,000.00 ment of the Atlantic Coast Line, Wilbur Petersburg is on a good sound foun- the Evening Star from Petrograd.The .

put forth to give this section an exhibit Paine College ____________ 5,000.00 FROM MAITLANDA McCoy was recently interviewedby dation.Tampa Times. I Bremen is a small German

I equal to the one on display at Saw University __________ 18,000.00 large number of Maitland peoplewere the Ocala' Star. Mr. McCoy is reported |cruiser and was built ten years ago.
previous fairs and that they should Virginia Union University 11,600.00 in Orlando yesterday, among as saying that Florida is Orange county is making elaborate i She is 341 feet long, 431-2 feet beam
receive every encouragement and them being Mrs. S. D. Banks and standing the hard times much better preparations for its midwinter fair.- ; and has a normal displacement of

;. support. : Total ________________$144,000.0q() family. than some other places of the coun- Tampa Tribune. 1 3,250 tons.ajJIIMillltllMMIMMMMMMMM.IIIMMIIMMMUMMMV .


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Extraordinary Sale of Your choice of any ,I

Ladies' Trimmed[ Hats Untrimmed shape in .1

Your choice of any trimmed ; 4'I- the store value up to i

hat in the Store, I
$8.50 for
values to $30.00 for
. up -- -

;$5.00 THE BIG STORE $2.98 '.

1VLen.'s ? ict SHOE: :


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l on lines of Men's Shoes we are dosing. i

_4' r -iiii-- I "t out.Ve have jour size and styles in all :
leathers.Men's ;
Men's $6.00 Shoes $ .S9 ''
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: $4.50 Shoes $3.48Men's
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\ $4.00 Shoes _________--______$2.98 Men's $5.00 Shoes -------------__$3.79 .

; Men's $3.50 Shoes ________________$2.79 -
. ''r I / We heartily recommend this style to _
Ladies Shoes in New Lasts
men of fashion who desire to be dressed Up-to-Date i
with Kidney heels all sizes and widths at !
/' in the height of fashion. Just one of our the following low prices: %

f '/ many styles. Let us show you. Cut $6.00 values at __________________$-1.89 :

Prices on Suits and Overcoats. $5.00 values at __________________$3.98
$4.50 values at __________________$3.33 .
h $4.00 values at __________________$3.17 .j
t / $15.00 Suits and Overcoats at$10.7.j $3.50 values at __________________$2.79 ff f j
$18.00 Suits and Overcoats at$12.75 $3.00 values at __________________$2.29 1

4 $20.00 Suits and Overcoats atl-1.73; Odd lot Misses and Children's Shoes; j

$22.50 Suits and Overcoats at$16.75 sizes 1H/2 to 6, $2.50 values at$1.9S ,. I 1
Special care given to fitting Children's ,' ,.
$25.00 Suits and Overcoats at$18.75\
COPVRIbHT 1914TMF feet. Bring or send them to us. We are j
Feet Fitters. J
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lIa\ land China Dinner Set, daintly decorated, Beautiful Coat Suits made of the finest fabrices. in One lot Dress Goods all this season's styles, in ,
gold mat handles, 100 pieces, $39.50 quality$28.98 ap.of the late models specially priced at ONE-HALF Crepes, Serges, Wool Taffeta and Gab'rdinpc:;. j'
r ce. in all 1 the wanted shades, $1.00 and $1.25
Haviland$35.00 China quality Dinner for__Set___,_decorated________,__100___pieces_____,_$25.98 $15.00 COAT SUITS in this sale at_____________$7.50 quality ______________._____________________69c i?
$20.00 COAT SUITS in this sale at _____________$10.00 One lot Wool Dress Goods in plain and fancy
Haviland China Dinner Set of 100 pieces, beautifully _
$.d.)- 00 COAT SUITS in this sale I at $1<.)..d 0 weaves, $1.00, $1.25; and $1.50 qualities 48c
decorated with Mat Gold $85.00 set for$67.60 -------------- -------- ;
$30.00 COAT SUITS in this sale at _____________$15.00 Wool Challies and dark
Haviland China Dinner Set of 100 pieces, white Imported light 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 i
and gold perfect in shape, $55.00 set for_____$36.50 at HALF PRICE sheen, all shades, 36 inches wide, $1.50quality 1 1
_________________________ 98c
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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, $29.00 set ____________________ Silk .Crepe for Evening Dresses, a beautiful line, ;
for ____________________________________$.<..1.50 $4.00 COATS in this sale at $2.00 In plain and fancy weaves, Pink, Light Blue, 'j
$5.00 COATS in this sale I at --------------------$2.50 White, Cream, Lavendar, Yellow and
: Navy
China Dinner Set of 65 pieces white and gold, $10.00 COATS in this sale at___________________$5.00 Black, 75c. quality __________________________50c :
o$15.00 COATS in this sale at___________________$7.50 Chiffon Velvet beautiful soft finish light weight
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 S Specials ROOF GARDEN THEATRE Saturday Night S Specials

.Men's Ribbed Shirts and Drawers broken sizes, TONIGHT Ladies Outing Gowns, cut full, made of a goodquality

50c. quality ________________________________39c of Outing, $1.25 quality -----_________98c
Ladies House Dresses, good style, made of Ging-
Silks in plain and fancy Jacquard and floral de- ham and Percales $1.25 quality -------_______98cLadies
signs, values up to 50c., your choice ___________19c Gold Seal 1 Drama x- 2 Reels I Shoes and Oxfords, small sizes, values up
,, 3" to $4.00, your choice ---------------_________59c i,
bssesVhlte Wool Sweaters $3.00 and $3"JO. '"

qualities for ______________________________$1.98 Best Breakfast Bacon, per pound ---------________23c -i
Joker Comedy Best Breakfast Bacon, per pound, sliced -----______25c ,
:Mattrass full 50 pound satin finish, a number 1 AND Best Roasted Coffee, 5 Ibs. for _____$1.00 ;
"LOVE SPIRITS" -------------
felt $12.50 quality, 1 to a customer __________$9.29 Tomatoes, 12 2-lb. cans for ---------------_______90c

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Windermere was represented in Or-
I lando yesterday by the following well
II known citizens: Messrs. J. C. Palmer,
f 1 H. S. Lyon Verne Lee Henry Williams -
r I and Dr. Stafford.

Miss Lelia Laughlin arrived in Or-
lando last evening over the Coast
Line from the north and motored to

WELL Sydonie the beautiful home of her ," ." ," 'O _.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Laughlin r
Sr., at Zellwood.
The whistling and heavy blasting 1

CHECKING ACCOUNTS from the phosphate mines sounds iF .
more musical now, since resuming
work, than they used to-a case of
"we never miss the water until the
well runs dry. We trust there will Your comfort and prosperity for
be no occasion again for their shut-
ting down.-Polk County Record.An .

auto party from Orlando com- .
posed of Mrs. R. P. Cobb, Walter
At one time or another, all of us have had Cary-Elwes, Col. and Mrs. S. H. Alle- depends upon yourself anti l your '

the unpleasant experience of having expenses man, Mrs. W. R. O'Neal, Miss O'Neal, connections.
exceed the speed limit-run away. and Dean and Mrs. Henry R. Rem- .
sen, motored to Palm Beach yesterday -
And when expenses run away, you'.eprobably
and were luncheon guests at the savings or checking "bank accountin
noticed that that they always run
Breakers.-Tropical Sun, West Palm
this institution is
UP-never down. Beach. a positive step

A Checking Account at this bank and a .. forward.
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check book in your pocket is a sure curb on Harold Bourne, who has been spend ..:
expense. The stubs in your check book flasha ing the past several days in this city Start: 3io ?vTT
attending the meeting of the board of
warning when over-spending starts. Be-
directors of the Gulf & Atlantic
gin your Account today and keep expenses Steamship company, in which he is .

normal. interested and which met Mondayand : :
Tuesday of this week reutrned . ,.-. ,- .... ..'h':
The State Bank of Orlando yesterday afternoon to his home in .
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Orlando.-Fort Myers Press. \f : '
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Mr. and Mrs. John II. Mount arrived
in Orlando yesterday over the
Atlantic Coast Line train from Jack-
sonville to test the climate of this a
I section.: Notwithstanding the fact i il' 1J jlliY JW i,41

-- that the weather man is not dealingout Lw
I Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Williams of the original Florida brand they
[:Brooklyn N. Y., arrived in Orlando seemed delighted and said the con- I

':yesterday and registered at the San trast was great, compared to what i .- .:.:.. : :... .. ' .':. >: .<':, .. . .': . .. ... ...:: ..:. .:..;. .. ::.:: : : tI .
M. O. Overstreet returned yes- Juan for a visit of some weeks. they left at Jersey City N. J. They I ..
terday from Jacksonville, where he I will probably remain until spring.Mr. .
. .
had been on a business mission.Mr. Messrs. J. Hatfield and Chas. E. -- ---- -- - -- -- - - - --- -- -- -- - - -

Collier, representative citizens of and Mrs. II. A. Stewart, who
Herman A. Regener, one of the Oakland transacted business in Or- have been visiting at St. Cloud hav
leading citizens of Gotha transacted lando yesterday.Mr. come to Orlando to spend the remainder .
business at the county seat yesterday.Mrs. .
of the season. They expected
and Mrs. G. L. Griffin of Rich- go down the East Coast, but toFRESH
W. H. Brokaw and children mond, Va., are registered at the San heard so much of this city that TOMATOES, PEAS, RADDISH,
left last evening for Kissimmee to Juan hotel for a stay of some lengthin decided to pay it a visit and see for
visit Mrs. L. D. Geiger, Mrs. Bro- Orlando.
themselves. The sun was shining al]'
kaw's mother.Mr. I day yesterday in all its splendor and TURNIPS COLLARDS
:Miss Jennie Moore, of East Tennessee they were delighted with the City/ ,
J. E. Rose a successful farmer is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Beautiful and its environments.
and fruit grower of the Lockhart sec- Slemons at their home on West
tion, transacted business in Orlando Church street. ,
esterday. I I
Mr. J. E. Whiteman, the Atlanta
:Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Bryan of Columbia manager of the American Press Association SEEDS to Plant.

S. c., are among the late arrivals spent yesterday in Orlando
at the San Juan hotel for an calling on the press.

indefinite sojourn.Mr. Catalogue Request.McElroy's
Order Griffing Roses now. Lookat on .
those in Eola park. W. II. Brokaw,
J. D. Mitchill the expert accountant -
phone No. 267, 116 South Orange.
arrived in Orlando yesterday -
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over the Seaboard Air Line from I l-16-2tc

New York and will start this morningto .
Messrs. J. II. Canton and Henry F.
audit the books for the city of
Smith of St. Paul, Minn., are lookingover
Orlando. PharmacyDealers
Orange county real estate witha
view to becoming farmers in the
Cracker State. The

l F FOR SALE I It Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Marshall and in Seeds and Drugs for 35 Years. 1

mother to, Mrs.Orlando Olive yesterday A. Marshall and spent motored SAN

I the day shopping and greeting -
I friends.
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l 2300 acres of unim. I Mr. Walter Daetwiler, the popular f. -

proved pine land, fine ;representative of the Simmons Hardware
company Philadelphia, was
truck and fruit land, big among the well known traveling men FOREHANDED PEOPLEThe

t- portion of it has clay visiting Orlando yesterday.Mr. .

and marl sulvsoil. SituF serving Shell
1 It and Mrs. :Martin, of Portland,
F uate on County road Me., have arrived in Orlando to spend Oysters both in the Quick : i
E within seven miles of the winter and are pleasantly locatedat '
Orlando. 215 South Main street. They will Lunch and Cafe; have individual who can make the most + -

remain here until spring.
S4.40 an acre will buy you tried them? of the unexpected opportunity is not

this tract and the propo- Col. Cary D. Landis one of the We also serve Oysters in
sition is "cinch" as a leading. and successful attorneys in "lucky,"-he is "forehanded." Years ago + 1
Florida was in the city yesterday any style at all hours.
small investment. This from,DeLand looking after legal matters
; I Remember that the Quick the opportunity,
to anticipate
he began
price is for quick sale.If JMr. ? s z # 'x;
I' 'I Lunch is open from six in
you want this land I nd Mrs. James Cunninghamwere or emergency. And when the day came
call on among the arrivals in Orlando the morning till midnight.
'yesterday for their first visit. Theyare The Cafe open 7 a.m. till he was ready.
from Mansfield Ohio and expectto
remain for three months. They 11.30 p.m., except from a

have pleasant apartments on Orlando 2.30 to 5.00lusic 6 to
S. G. olive & SonREAL Heights. The surest way to be continually ready ,
i I 7.15 and 9.30 to 11.30 p.m. ito

ESTATENo. A Silver Tea for the benefit of St.Cecelia's Cafe closes at 8.30 Sunday meet the great financial opportunity is:
Guild will be held at the
Chapter House Saturday from 3:30 night. Music 6 to 8.
3 WEST PINE STREET to through a Savings Account.In .
to 6 p.m. Home made candy, bread, prepare L
Second Fla>' I cake and beaten biscuit on sale. t
I l-15-2t this institution your savings are absolutely '

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carry the Largest Stock of Seed in Orlan Bank & Trust t C CoMpanyOrlando's

Orange County. Agents for the Celebrated I

National Guano Fertilizers
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