Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00460
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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 17, 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: VID00460
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
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Coaches Left The Rails DATE OF FAIR DRAWS


Have Been Running at Rate of 57 Miles Per Hour
Special Said to : I Ii II BY TURKS
-Terrific Speed Proved by Derailment-For a Time It Was i i Noble King Lends His Effortsto '
Feared Orlando People Were on Train-No.8:>, I Helping the Tortured I
AND BEAR SIX Superintendent LocKhart 1
From i
Held for Several Hours-
I Survivors of Horrible i
j jon
PER CENT. Official-Also O'Neal. Dick-
Lakeland Passed Through OrlandoAt Quake II BY TURKS OFF STRAITSOF >

shortly after 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon the Jacksonville SpecialNo. i 0. B. & T. CO. TRTUSTEE OF ISSUE Rome, Jan. 10.-From belated reports i Others
92, leaving Orlando at :3:22 over the Atlantic Coast Line, while running, received today and corrected
it is said, at the rate of 57 miles an hour, struck a cow at DeLand Junction, figures covering the casualites in the LOSE 30,000 SOLDIERS,i Perhaps the scene of greatest activities -

the entire train of three steel coaches turning over and sejriral persons 'I Local Telephone Company Has I towns from which reports have already in Orange county today is at

being severely injured. I Incorporated Under Laws been received, the revised death Huge Death List Grows as the the fair grounds. Upon approaching
The train was speeding so fast that when the engine struck the cow it the gates one is greeted by the
I! of Florida-In Fine roll from the earthquake disaster tonight merry
was derailed, completely clearing the track, carrying with it the three I totals 40,433. Result of Disastrous Three music of hammer and saw in the

coaches, which turned turtle.A Condition Many of these figures are unoffi- Days Fighting: : at hands of a score of busy workman.
terrific panic among the passengers ensued, and for a time it was I cial, but have been received from Buildings are being repainted and
feared that had been killed but the steel this The local telephone which Soissons
many cars prevented tragedy. I company whatever source possible by Premier ; brightened up in such a clever style!
Scores of people from DeLand rushed to the scene of the wreck and aidedin 'was recently incorporated under the that they look as fresh and clean
Berlin Jan. li The French submarine :
every manner possible to calm the panic stricken passengers, some of laws of Florida as "The Orlando Telephone premier states that the figuresTare > z June morning. *
sunk shells
whom! were tendered unconscious. The shock was a severe one and the I Company," has brought out an Saphirc was by Fleet footed horses flying
I I subject to revision and this expresses the Turkish while : are
speed at which the train was running is indicated by the fact that the entire : issue of bonds known as its first from artillery try- around the race course with th &
the belief that of them
I many according
train left the rails. I mortgage, sinking fund, six percent. ingto enter the Dardanelles, -
of and the swif
gayety a peacock ,-
I may be found to be exaggerated.Of official which reached I
an report
geld bonds, and has made the Orlando I
Reports of the accident were cur- primary importance is the suc- ness of the eagle. .
rent on Orlando's streets immediately Bank and Trust Company its trustee I coring of the injured and the care of here from Constantinople. Black niggers are whitewashing

following the accident. There were EXPOSE "SNIDE" JEWELER/ !and fiscaagent.. the homeless. Disastrous to Trench fences and stables, and cleaning up.

rumors that the fireman of the enginehad i The deed of trust, which sets forth King Victor Emmanuel has returned the grounds generally.
been killed and that the the terms and conditions under which Berlin, Jan. 16.-The success of the Even the Jones
engineer I I II to the Avezzano region to resume Johnny aggrega-
a Mr. Tolar, had been fatally i Chief of Police Smith Received the bonds are to be issued, is a volum- charge of rescue work. The Germans in the recent fighting around I tion is imbued with the spirit of thl

injured. Mr. Tolar is well known in i I Notice From Chicago of inous document of twenty-five closely king states that there is a deplorable Soissons is the most important the I surroundings and in every directiot

Orlando and is a brother of Cashier I $60 Due From typewritten pages, and it has been'' insufficiency of surgical and medicalaid Germans have gained in the three their men can be seen touching uj
I in France the
Tolar of the Peoples National bank at Jeweler i filed for record in the office of the in many of the towns for the months fighting was I their property for the coming even
Sanford.For 1. I I clerk of the circuit court of Orange wounded from exposure and hunger. Statement made today by hte Tage- Great canvasses are spread

a time it was feared that D. The "snide"* jeweler or jewelers county.In Now a snow fall is feared as the blatt. greensward and men are at work eat|
E. Wilkinson, of Orlando, undertakerfor who were in the city some time be-I this deed of trust provision has weather has changed. A heavy fall I The Tageblatt! states indicates that the victory the- larging and repairing. Wagons an the firm of Hammond & Gore was been made for future extensions and of at this time mean certain of the Germans cages are being repainted and ret|
snow may
fore Christmas of last year, may have j French offensive in that vicinity has
on this train. This rumor was provedto f!improvements to the plant, and for death to practically every victim paired. Horses and ponies are
be unfounded later, for at about looked prosperous but they made I I the acquisition of other exchanges in buried beneath the wreckage and been broken. It is estimated that the groomed and even the big beinS ar.
8 o'clock he called up Mr. Hammond their get-away before the chief of j! Florida. The bonds are to be issued awaiting release. French losses in the three days fighting receiving an extra portion. Even th\

over long distance from Jacksonvilleand police received a communication from '':under the watchful eye of the trustee I ; are over 30,000. wooden dolls are having their bodies

informed him that he was safe, Chicago yesterday stating that a bill !'and upon such terms and conditions BOARD OF TRADE WILL MEET re-bedecked and their hair retrimmed!t
and not on the wrecked train. :' of $60 for novelties had not been ; as will preserve the value and safetyof :MONDAY NIGHT Heavy Artillery Battle 'I I Skillful hands are at work with the

Train No. 85 from Jacksonville, due paid. The way Chief of Police Smith ,I II the security.The Berlin, Jan. 16.Bulletin.Austrian brush spreading scenery upon canvas

in Orlando at 6:41, up to a late hour has it figured is that the Chicago bonds are in $500 denomina- Mdi-month meeting Board of Trade i I reports are that a heavy artil- and otherwise adorning the fronts

last night was unable to pass the j i' company is "out" the $60, as no trace I I tions, bearing six per cent. interest will be held in the City Hall Monday I lery battle is in progress on the Dun- walls of the big tents. Superintendent -
scene of the wreck, being held up of the parties can be found. The I I payable semi-annually, and are a first night seven-thirty. Members requested -; ajec. The Austrians succeeded in of Grounds Allen is so busy and

north of DeLand Junction. At 9:45a ; name presented by the Chicago company lien upon all the property, franchises, to attend and help the good silencing one Russian battery by exploding moves about so rapidly that you could',
wrecking train from Lakeland is not on the list of licenses II I rights and opportunities of the telephone I cause along. their ammunition magazine. play checkers on his coat tails aj he

passed through Orlando en route to i i issued during the last of December. ,, company. The law firm of Seth Woodruff president.C. I I goes flying from place to place. I

DeLand to aid in clearing away the ;, Davis & Giles prepared the articles I E. Howard, secretary. I Dave Lockhart moves about among
wreckage.It | of incorporation and deed of trust SIDEV/AlKS/ FOR ORANGE the horde of horsemen with such a
is stated that the cow which for the telephone company and Attor- LEES BIRTHDAY TUESDAY sunny smile that the whole atmos- '

caused the wreck belonged to a Mr. ney C. B. Robinson represented the I Next Tuesday being the birthday of AVENUE phere in the vicinity of the horse sta-

Dean at DeLand, and that the engineer I I Orlando Bank and Trust Company. II Robert E. Lee, the South's great bles is several degrees warmer than 1

Mr. Tolar, had been in a pre- : I| The Orlando Telephone Company is chieftain, and a general holiday the any other part of the grounds.

vious wreck, this making his second i (Continued on page 4) 'banks will not open for business. COUNCIL HELD MEETING Secretary O'Neal is so busy that
mishap. LIST OF1 HONORARY JIEU-: I his desk is piled high with letters !
which need immediate attention and
BERS GIVEN TO SENTINEL Criminal Court Clerk Benefits TIONS FOR WALKS as a consequence he has acquired, the

ROBBERS STILL AT LARGE: YESTERDAYIf art of writing with both hands while

: Mankind 8 Shirts Several Other Matters Were he answers questions plied to him by
By Donating
i List Is Accurate Indication !j Considered at Council Meeting the waiting multitude. \

Bulletin Early This Morning to i Fires in City of Orlando i -- : -Little Business President Dickson, in order to keepup

Sentinel Says Yeggs: Are I Will Be QuicklyExtinguished j i No man in 'all the realm of crim- relieve the needs of some of the' of Importance with his work, is planning to have ,

Probably Still in I i inal jurisprudence has so much opportunity "Weary Willies" who were sorely in a telephone installed in his coat pocket -

Jacksonville : I to study criminology in all need of freshly laundered shirts, and The City Council held its regular and have a portable kitchen and
I bed attached to his automobile.
!. J. II. Barton, treasurer of the Orlando its phases and note the delinquencies not wishing to offend their pride, and biweekly meeting yesterday morningand
Jacksonville, Fla., 1. A. M.-(Special Fire Department, has furnishedthe !and frailties of mankind as he who not knowing whether his plans would transacted routine business. The Treasurer Giles is having an extra
to the Sentinel.)-The robbers i Sentinel with a list of honorary records their misdeeds and makes up meet the approval of his wife, he most important act of the session was heavy leather bag made for trans-
the cash from the to
who rifled the American Trust com members of the Orlando Fire Depart- the judgment of the court in partic- ; finally hit upon a plan that worked the granting of the petition for the porting grounds

pany bank Friday afternoon at 2 ment. The list is as follows, all of ular cases. He sees suffering human- ; out charmingly and furnished eight laying of a sidewalk on North Orange the banks.
o'clock are still at large. The city is ; whom are willing fire fighters and ity in all its piteousness and hideousness. 'men with clean shirts, or one man avenue. Boarding houses and hotels are

being searched by the police, detect-j will turn out night or day to battle If he be a man whose heart is I with eight clean shirts, he is not exactly The sidewalk is to be laid on the renting every room they can find to
take of the crowd and
ives, and secret service men. flames: filled with the milk of human kind- I sure which. west side of Orange avenue from care even
leading to the arrest of the men has j I i C. A. Hovey Massey & Harlow, J. ness he is moved more or less to pity. This is the way he did it. He cod- Colonial Drive north to Marks street, piano boxes are at a premium in an-
I of the overflow.
been obtained. Several parties have ,i E. Buxton, Chas. Lord, Southern Fertilizer For these reasons it requires a man dled his good wife up to leave the and from Marks street to the end of ticipation I
Little boys and girls about the
been taken into custody but have I Co., A. L. Beck Lumber Co., of well poised mind, firm decision clothes hang out while they went to Orange avenue. When this sidewalkis go
been released, as no evidence was I I State Bank, Orlando Bank and Trust and quick of perception.The I I the "movies." She consented. They laid an improvement for North Orange streets writing on the sidewalks February
15. Men and
9 to women are
found sufficient to warrant a further I I Co., Peoples National Bank, JosephL. voters of Orange county seem went. They returned. The clothes will be the result.
frocks and furs and
buying fancy
detention. I I Guernsey, YowelI Duckworth Co., to have understood the requirementsof were still hanging out but slightly The Florida National Vault company new
foldarols because of what is going to
Every nook and corner of the state I I Dickson-Ives Co., Jos. Bumby Hardware a clerk of a criminal court when disarranged, for eight of Mr. Wich- submitted two estimates on the
has been advised of the robbery, but Co., T. J. Watkins: J. L. Giles, I Ii I they selected our genial friend, :Mr. tendahl's garments of immaculate storm sewer on Grace street amounting happen on those dates.
We all for the Big MidwinterFair.
it is thought the two yeggs are in I i Curtis & O'Neal, Orlando Water and A. Wichtendahl for clerk of the crim- I white had taken unto themselves to $1,080. are

Jacksonville in hiding. The general Light Co., Mayor E. F. Sperry, C. W. I I inal court-big hearted, whole fouled, wings and had become ministering The case of F. A. Lewter came to .
belief is that friends are shielding Goodrich, B. Drew, J. :Merle McElroy, end generous to a fault. I angels to the man who loves darkness the attention of the council but no

them within the city limits. The officials Helms Hardware Co., J. E. Nicholson, Possessing that quick perception and rather than light, because his deedsare concession was granted in his case. IS PLANTING OAK TREESStreet

of the looted bank, which lost I'I'J. C. Anno, W. K. Curry, Naif For- keen foresight characteristic of the of darkness.Mr. The communication of C. Goessweinin
about $1,500 in cash, has offered a reward age, J. F. Ange, B. Solomon, D. L. German people he has never failed to Wichtendahl takes it philo- regard to the sidewalk grade and

of $500 for any information I Hawley, T. H. Evans, Dr. V. W. note the needs and ills of mankindand sophically and remarks that it is the property line on certain streets in Superintendent BennettIs
that will lead to the arrest of the Estes, T. A. Mann, H. M. Self, B. Z. to work out a cure for these. He most rapid movement of dry goods in Smith's subdivision was referred to

desperadoes. I I Snowden, Father Fox, T. O. Brown, is a man of more than ordinary good the history of Orlando. Bat he would the city engineer with power to act. Cleaning Streets and
D. Lockhart, Reporter-Star, W. P. appearance; clean and neat in his like to see how they fit the other fellow Setting Out Many

POLICE COURT YESTERDAY Watson, II. A. Newell, The Morning dress. lie has noted with pain, manya and even offers to exchange if COMING TO ORLANDO BY AUTO Oak Trees
Sentinel. time the beggarly appearance of these are a misfit. Then sometimeshe
M. D. Wilson, arersted by Officer The officers are: Chief, Wm. Dean; many of the victims of crime who falls to ruminating and wonders :Mr. and Mrs. W. L. LaHommedieuand R. M. Bennett street superintendent '

Peel, was fined $10 and costs in police assistant chief, H. P. Leu; fireman, appeared in his court-many of them how that fellow manages to wash sister, Miss Harriet LaHommedieu has started to clean the streets !
court yesterday for exceeding the J. H. Barton; secretary, Ray Chapman poorly clad and wearing soiled linen. these self same shirts and hang them have left Stroudsburg, Pa., in and is also engaged in setting out live

speed limit. Hamilton Robertson, arrested -'' ; assistant secretary, DeWitt Mil- Now if there is any one thing more out to dry. Much as we admire Mr. their large touring car and are now oak trees in various parts of Or-
by Officer Bogarth, and Bill ler; treasurer J. H. Barton. than another that Mr. Wichtendahl Wichtendahl, his ability and his kind well on their way to Orlando, which lando. Among the places to be beautified -
Jones, arrested by Officer Denton, dislikes to see in a man's dress it is ness, we must admit that the news they hope to reach early next weekto by the live oak trees are Lake 1
charged with being drunk, were fined I TAMPA EDITOR IN ORLANDOMr. a dirty shirt. Being a firm believerin paper man's lot is even easier, for' spend the remainder of the sea- Lucerne, Lake Eola, the Cathedral *
$5 and costs. that excellent doctrine, "Let not while he is compelled to go to roost son. school Central avenue, and LakeCherokee.
Mr. Bennett 50
Edgar A. Wright, editor of the thy right hand know what thy left while his wife'launders his only shirt, will plant
Souvenir goods in orange, alligatorand Florida Grower, Tampa, was among hand doeth," and knowing how timid yet he has none of these perplexing THE WEATHER or 100 additional live oak trees in a {t
short time which have been ordered,
pictures; magazines and daily pa- the prominent visitors in Orlando some men are about asking alms, he problems to solve as does the man of Florida: Local rains Sunday. Mon
pers. Curtis & O'Neal, Orange ave. yesterday. set to work studying how he might prominence in the community. day generally fair. but which have not arrived. .

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would be pleased to do work at your
homes or hotels. Shampooing, face
and scalpt specialist: ; manicuring, chiropody -
WINDERMERE LAST YEAR hair dressing. Phone 680. GRANT)

I 10 l-15-12t West Concord. avenue Orlando.

I Choice Location All Modern Conveniences INCREASE OF 20,388; OVER
Excellent Table Good Water Reasonable Rates 1913 AND 66,869 LESS IF YOU ARE LOOKING for well TOMORROW --
rooted orange and grapefruit buds,
On Beautiful Lake Lucerne, Orlando, Ha. THAN 1907 see II. C. McDaniel. Phone 708. I
Commissioner General of Immigration EARLY VEGETABLES I .
Service Finest Rooms in I
Home Comforts City
Believes Perma- : "

Sanitary Inspection Rated 100 nent Mark Million Is One tables Early; early planting vegetables means mean early money.vege- "the Cricket On the Hearth

You can't have either without good ,

Jan. Indications seed. We are receiving fresh seed A BIOGRAPH spectal feature in
THE NEW GRANDHENRY Washington daily. We have for your information, complete
are that immigration has reached the two An
parts. exceptional production.
BARTLETT., Prop. government reports regarding spring
million mark An-
permanently says
crops in Florida.
thony Caminotti, commissioner gen- WRIGHT SEED COMPANY,
15 West Pine St. eral of immigration, in his; annual re-
European 1-13-tfc 206 S. Orange Ave. .1
port for 1914, issued today. eI
Rooms with Bath Orlando, fla.e During the last fiscal year 1,218- Now is the time to order 'ff

,_ 480 States souls, 20,588 immigrated more than to were the United shown salesman.FING'S ROSES. W. II. GRIF-I "The Heart of Sonny Ji lira I ,

TOURISTS ATTENTION! for the previous year, and only 66-
S69 less than the total shown for FOR SALE I A Vitagraph c medy."THROUGH '
the Finest Meals in Orlando
We Serve 1907, the banner year in immigration.Six .
Prepared by our New York Cook hundred and thirty-three; thou-
No.1. Forty virgin timber !
acres pine
sand, eight hundred and five left the
land, on south side of lake front,
100 Rooms Bath, Steam Heat. 51.00 United States, so that the net in- three-fourths mile from railroad sta- "

crease was 7o8,27G. It was 815,303in : tion. $1,000. EYES OF LOVE

Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water 1'JIS, and 401,863 in 1912.) No. 2 Seventy-five acres, on lake ,
Twelve thousand, four hundred and
front one-half mile from Forest City;
EMPIRE HOTEL ninety-four were denied entry and six acres bearing orange grove; good ; An Essanay drama. to
2,088 were arrested and expelled af- eight room house. $4,500; terms. I

ter entry. Among them were 1,340 No. :3. Twenty acres, four miles I
54 Light Housekeeping sexually immoral, i>12 criminals, 32 from the city on lake front; twelve'
polygamists, and four anarchists. acres bearing orange grove; orange I' to
rop recently sold two thousand three
Fifteen thousand, hundred
seven hundred boxes. Three hundred boxesof HEAR
and forty-five aliens were debarred grapefruit now on trees. $6,500;
because likely to become public terms. I

charges. Two thousand, four hun- Xo. 4. Lot 70x190 feet, on brick I "
This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout having heat electric dred and forty-seven aliens-public street; high class neighborhood.
I 1"4" T ORCUrSTR4.
lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with charges,were expelled under deportation $1,000.No. I

Lath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish- proceedings, after entry. : 5. Thirty acres near hard surface -
ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. An event of great importance during road; one mile from railroad
station, on lake front; four acres
-- ----- -. _.- the year was the decision of the budded grove six hundred boxes of THE BEST MUSIC IN THE CITY.
United States supreme court sustain- fruit; one hundred and fifty thousand ,
ing a lower court in the assessment feet virgin pine timber. $3,000.J. .

THE OSCEOLASTEAM of: a fine of $45,000 against a con- E. CRAWFORD,
struction for violating the
Office, Orland Hotel.
alien contract labor law. This
company -
attempted to supply itself with 5c lOcAlways
Magnolia and Robinson Ave J. W. IIURLEY, Manager 45 needed laborers by importing them
from Mexico. '
Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round The commissioner treats in detail I
the difficulties encountered in enforc- remember that on cold nights THE
European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite ing the laws against undesirables and 1 GRAND is as comfortable as your home.

..., smugglers due to the extreme length :
( of our borders and coast lines. After I BAGGAGE TRANSfERL

po v.... ..,' commending tile present forces, he
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states that more men are needed.. He T. HARRELU Prop. --- -- -

also "strongly urges" that part of the and Furniture -
; ; i i E increased force be organized and
Q Q e el equipped as an immigration service Moving a SpecialtyE.

signal corps, following the army signal Church St. PHONE 487 II
corps as closely as possible. ,
Many complaints have been re-

ceived charging injustice and fraud \ -
by private employment agencies doing -For FineWATCH
an interstate business. The com- I CLOCK and ,

B. MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop. missioner recommends these agencIesbe REPAIRING
placed under the supervision of the JEWELRY BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS

First Class Restaurant Livery and Autos department of labor by federal enact- call on C. VATER whois LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS I

in Building in Connections ment. at this trade to August! e I'\
lie opposes marriage of aliens at an expert Effective from August 1, 1914
Orlando, Fla. immigrant stations. with many years experience 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduction 1\

during that time: I t
Repair Shop
THE SLOGAN OF TilE BOSTON aj Youngs $555.00
IF YOU WANT A LUNCHworth ENGLISH OPERA COMPANY Opp. Post Office; Pine Street Touring Car !. .

505.00F. ...
Runabout I
the money, come to Pope's Quick Lunch Counters. Our Which comes to the Lucerne theatre 0. B. Orl n*.. All tn t.Kr WV9- Ii

food is not cooked in front of your eyes, where you are annoyed Saturday evening, January 23, is opera obtaln the oat!mu eflkk.rl !Ih i iI
able to
will M
with the odors and heat, but in our sanitary kitchen. Try a cup in the language which you can mrlher oor 'actory we' Dr.dsctioa. mad the at' -.. coat out 1..urperth.'i.e .wt .f
reach as
of our Rowland Special Coffee, French Dripped. The price is understand, at prices which you can /;;:-.. . 30'.10' can and Mt"e axlee the depart.enta above "u.-If we
We offer the best of service. afford to pay. .ff. ibis predUC-- We $tree t. ealbe
only 5c. a cup. you 4 And .b.uld we' reach .rPt.
That the American public has '1\1'II\ ".,.er'a ".r. fre_ U. I. fie per tar t.n a mewF.rd
wb' .rcu-
Pope & Co.'s Quick Lunch CountersChurch caught the fever is conclusively Ault..t 1.1,151 betweea. t.. .Aery,retail 1. I-e mad A.pat I. U15.
car .
I proven by the tremendous business For further partin'an retarding tbe.e ...prices .p nla-

Street. Open from 5 a.m. to midnight which this organization is doing. DR. L H. RAMSDELu baring pl... N'
The production of "11 Trovatore." '
given by the Boston English Opera (Socc M.r t* !h. O. P. LW.-i
MMIIIIIIilllllMIIMM. liMMItiMlliitlMlilillilREAL company, is going a long ways to- ORLANDO. FLORIDA L Phone 226
ward knocking out the idea that were WE FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSES

I dependent upon foreigners to present AND DO ALL KINDS OF
ESTATE our opera; it is proving beyond OPTICAL KEPAIRINC
argument that we have as good singers -
as there are anywhere in the .:
'I world, and what is more important, its

proving, you must that understand in order to the enjoy word opera -, Estate & 1uve1Mellt c Co.

I We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate. the music.story and the plot as well as the Th Flortifa a Real

If you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call

and talk your wishes over with us. ARCADIA INTERESTED IX A BIG Capital 50000. Fully Paid Up.
t The manager of this firm has had years of experience -
F Arcadia, Fla., Jan. 15.-A real estate Incorporated In Florida; Therefore Under Stale Control,
i dealing in Florida investments, having sold over at. deal was consummated in Arca-

t. million dollars worth of Florida.Real Estate in the last dia Tuesday which promises much for LL propositions offered by this Corporation are exclusivelylisted
this city. This was the sale of the A
time also be bought throughthe
two years. Treadwell & McConnell grove in the with us, at the same can

r city limits, containing twentysixacres purchasers Agent as we need secret our proposalsfor
We are well posted on the value of all classes and of bearing orange trees, and lying the deal closed at our offi e. This means
on the extension of Oak street anybody astwell
, kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all near Peace river. Protection for the seller for the buyer. With our Bank

The program as arranged so far includes furnished to the purchaser, if requested. Having con
bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real Guarantee
the grading of West Oak street
l Estate Bargains. : to the river, with about four side fidence to all our offerings, we advance 75 per cent of the purchase -

: streets, all to be paved, and a park price at six per cent. interest, even on unimproved land. We

: to be fixed up in the center of the million dollars of properties in city lots,
t hold today over one
: property, to include a pavilion, band uncultivated lands. Our
stand, etc. and country homes, orange groves and
: It is stated the price paid was in all investors if such inducements will appeal to you
books to ,
the immediate
: neighborhood of $30- the
M 000, although none of the parties interested -take the trouble to climb up one High of stairs over Peoples

: will give the exact figures. National Bank, and consult.
R. D. WARING, Manager : The new owners, the Carolina Development -

[ : company, state that in a cou- HENRY BENEDICT, PresidentOffice
Rooms 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115ti ple of months this property will be

one of the show places of DeSoto Phone 570.4.lfi.J
county. over Peoples National Bank. ;

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i THE PLACES OF WORSHIP STATE DIVISION writer From would a personal prefer to standpoint see Orlando the, JONES
(From Tampa Daily Times) our own beautiful county seat, become -
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Apopka, Fla., Jan. 10, 1915. the capital of the new South
I Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. To the Editor of The TimesItseems Florida, but looking at it from an unbiased -
Two Beautiful Bulking Lois Services at 11 a. m.; subject, that it makes no difference I and purely I disinterested view- "

On South Orange Avenue, "Life." what the proposition may be that car- point one must admit that Tampa is
near Lake Lucerne, splen- Wednesday evening service at 7:45. ries with it the spirit of advance- the logical point for its location.It .
did view of the lake, only Third floor, corner South Orange ment, it is sure to meet with oppo- would not be true to say that My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen

2 i-2tlocks from business avenue and Church street. Entranceon sition from a certain element of so- small states do not do well, for at months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the

center, nice big shade trees Church street. ciety that is always ready to cry least half of the New England states same time it always has. &
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH down any movement other than the mentioned above had a population) in
, shrubbery, &c., adjourning (Corner Main and Jackson Sts.) old beaten paths that they have traveled : 1910 running up into the million I II I TIME TABLE
lot to one of the best res John B. Ley, pastor. ] for the past quarter of a cen- mark, which is a. strong argument in "

dences in city.-For sale byWALTER Bible school, 9:45; a. m. Fine or- tury, unless the suggestion should favor of small states and mutual interests Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front oi Evans, The Jeweler.WEST .
chestra. visitors' class. Efficient -
W. ROSE Special happen to originate within their own producing more satisfactory
teachers. mind, they refuse to accept it but try results than can be secured by the
REAL ESTATE Preaching, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., to defeat it or cry it down and pro- large states and divided interests, Read Down BOUND EAST BOUD :.
Rooms I A 3 Watkins Block by the pastor. Subject of morning nounce it as ruinous to the country which always tend to hold back 1- - -- ------ ---- Read, Up

Phone 55 sermon, "Rest Seekers." Special service -I and dangerous to citizenship, all be- growth and development.The A.MJA.M.: : P. 1\1. A.M. P. M. P:M.
for tourists and visitors. The cause it was proposed by some one writer is not a citizen of this i
evening subject will be, "The Woman I other than themselves. great state of Florida by birth but Orlando 6:3010.15; 3:00' 9.30 1.30 6.00

Dr. BuckmasterOSTEOPATH Thou Gav'st Me." A sermon to and Only recently articles have been by choice, after reaching the age of Ocoee :30 11.15 .Joo : 8.3C I2.3o 5.00

. for women. Men welcome. written and contributed to the press accountability, and we love the state \t/interGarden I 7:45)11:30!) 4'30 8.15 12.c5 4-45
Music of the state in which "state division"has of our adoption with as earnest devotion -
Oakland 8:00---!
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The day's musical program will be been proposed and recommendedthat as we did our native state, and 4.30
of more than usual interest contain- it be divided into North and it is only a desire to see this wonderful
of Kirksville'
. Graduate ing a male quartet selection at both South Florida This suggestion, as Southland fully come into its own -

services. might be expected, brought forth a that prompts this suggestion, and we ''
132 S. Orane Avenue Young People's meetings at the us- howl from the pessimist, who is always sincerely believe that a division along The :h4arket:

ual hours. opposed to taking a step for- the line indicated above would redound -
ABOVE PEOPLES BANK PHONE 578OSTEOPATH This Week ward for fear of going wrong, and to the best interest of both CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

--- ---- Important Ladies' Aid meeting on never stops to figure the benefits to North and South Florida. Here is OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
Monday at 3 p. m. arise from the proposed division. hoping to see the proposition taken FRESH AND SALT MEATS

: Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. an addressby Florida i is indeed a great state, but up by the proper authorities and the Kept under the best sanitary condition
Col. Camp, the noted temperance a division would make of her two division brought about at an early
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER advocate of Georgia, under the aus- great states and allow her to at once date. D. W. CLARK Everything screened away from the fifes, and kept fresh

Office corner Orange Avenue and pices of the local W. C. T. U. No come into her own. There are many and pure.
charge. A free will offering at close. reasons that present themselves to We invite infection and guarantee atifacton.! << We have
Church St., Davis & .McNeil BIdg., The Hotel
Phone 419. Wednesday at 7:30 p. mid-week me why this division should be Empire everything in the Meat Line.

._ prayer; subject, "Brickbats and Ro brought about, a few only of which
--------- -- quets." Of course home folks should I will mention. SUNDAY DINNER: H. \L. Self & CO.

plan to attend. Visitors will enjoyit. Florida embraces more area in -
I want every man and womanin square miles than does the states of 50c-SP ECLI.oc; 1 PHONE NO. SO PINE STREET

Orlando to see Colonial Hills Next Sunday night the pastor will New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts Beef Broth .....

and Colonial Park.It speak to and for men. Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Mexican Salad Lettuce
GERMAN EVANGELIC LUTHERAN Jersey, Delaware and Maine com Baked Sea Trout, Tomato Sauce '
makes no difference whether CHURCH bined. Those eight New England] WE NEVER TIRE

you are interested in buying Services every first and third Sun- states ogether have a total of 56,170 1 Coiled Ham with Jelly

lots or not, all you have to do to day in the month at Seventh Day Ad- square .miles of territory while he Roast Sirloin Beef, Brown Sauce Of singing the praises of Crane's Linen Lawn Stationery. It isn't
ventist building, West Central ave- state of Florida alone embraces Roast Lamb, Mint Sauce
see these beautiful subdivisionsis 58,680 the "just as good" the "good enough" or "very good" kind. It
t. write, phone/>r call at CarlDann's nue H., at G.2 Ruehle p. ra square miles. In other words, if a Fried Young Chicken, Parsley Sauce is absolutely the finest Stationery made in America, and America ;
pastor.UNTARIAN state the size of each of the New
office. leads the world in this class of manufactured goods. We
CHURCH England states named above shouldbe Queen Fritters, Orange Sauce have it in all the correct sizes, shapes and tints. Your social i
I want every person in Orlando (Corner Central Ave. and West St.) carved out of the state of Florida and business standing is judged largely by the kind of Stationery t

<< to see what can be accom- Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister. there would yet remain 2,710 square Macaroni Italienne you use. Furthermore, it is a real pleasure to write on the
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. miles which would make another Mashed Potatoes Spiced Yams l
plished in thirty days. Colonial state genuine Linen Lawn surface. You know this if you have tried 4
Church service at 11 a. m.; subjectof larger than the state of Creamed Cauliflower
Maryland, or it. If you have never tried it a new pleasure awaits you in your J
Hills are really hills. There are sermon, "Things Worth While. two states larger than the state of Northern letter writing. .
ftre homes under construction, The Round Table will meet at 7SO:: Rhode Island. __, irwM .

and several more under contractto "The p. m.Birds Dr. of Ballantine Florida."will speak on These eight New fcnglan sates I Strawberry TurnipsA W. S. BRANCH, 1
be built. Colonial Hills has have a total combined representatIonin Apple Pie
water and lights. We Regular meeting of Unity Circleon the halls of our national congressof Pineapple Cream The Arcade Book and Music Store
gas are
Wednesday a
Paper by fifty-eight members while the Crackers Cheese
building sidewalks, and grad- Mrs. Groninger Gore; subject, "Be great state of Florida is allowed only I Tea Coffee I
ing streets. Fair to the Christian Scientist.
six members. With a state divisionwe .
Miss Gordon is at home to her
Lots in Colonial Hills sell from would gain two more United
friends on Monday afternoon at Unity ST. PETE REDUCED:
States senators at least, which would
$350.00 to $650.00. Lots in Colonial -
Chapel.FRST add two more votes' to any measure
Park sell from $175.00 to BAPTIST CHURCHAt that might be of vital interest to our St. Petersburg, Fla., Jan. 15.-New
$85t, terms to suit everybody. the Grand) Southland. rates of insurance, long promised by DANN'S TRANSFER! ,
Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., There ace not the only reasons for the underwriters, went into effect in

pastor.Al state division, or even the most im- St. Petersburg! today and the property Dr. B. D. WIENENGA, Prop.
services from now until the portant ones as we will notice. owners and agents are trying to
completion of the new church will beheld That section of our state lying figure whether or not there have been (!
CARL DANN at the Grand. A hearty invita- north of the twenty-ninth degree of any material reductions in actual pre-' Livery Draying and: HauIing
tion is extended the public to worship north latitude is almost exclusively a miums collected. St. Petersburg is ,
with 'us. In this large and attractive farming sectici.: In it corn, oats, now given a second class rating after
auditorium the people's comfort is grasses of all kinds, and vegetables ha"inghad a third class rating for
well provided for at all times. similar to those grown in the central many :jears. It i is stated by the WE GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE .
Subject of morning sermon, "The state aloe grown. The farmers and agents that the rates are considerablylower
Power and Need of Personal Testimony citizens are interested along entirely than they were and that the

BROOM SALt .." different lines. In south Florida citrus cost of improvements required by hte AUTO AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
Evening subject, "Modern Achieve- fruits, semi-tropical fruits, winter underwriers will soon be saved to the ,
ments Foretold by Jesus." vegetables, and many other thingsare property owners. The city has spent .
ALL THIS WEEK Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; Mr. cultivated that are not adaptedto $60,000 on the waterworks and fire 0 Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
Samuel A. Newell, superintendent. the northern part of the state. In departments getitng them up to the
Young People's meeting at 6:30p. south Florida the winter tourist findsa standard required by the underwriters. HORSES FOR SALE
m.; Mr.: Eugene Reid, president. paradise and haven of rest wherehe .
Some of the finest made Good music, attentive ushers. All the .
can enjoy balmy atmosphereand 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
I BROOMS ever offered for sale in seats free. It will be our joy to wel- bright sunshine in the great out- "COMMERCIAL AMBASSADOR"II. I

Orlando. come you.FIRST of-doors in this beautiful Southland.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Almost anywhere south of that proposed I. Niven a representative;; of
Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, D. D., pastor. line the temperature rarely the American Steel and Wire com-
Free Broom Holdei Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R. I drops low enough to form ice. and pany, was in the city yesterday call-
O'Neal, superintendent. in this semi-tropical climate the tourist ing on the trade. He is commonly
Men's Bible class at 9:45 in audito- spends the winter free from the referred to by his friends here as the
rium "Commercial Ambassador.
Every purchaser of a Broom of church. chilly blasts of the North.

(during this sale will be given a Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. With the present location of the hear this before? Let the Delicatessen Man do it.
i Morning sermon, "Standards." Even- state capitol at Tallahassee it is per- A GOOD RESOLUTION Something new Something New !
(broom holder. ing sermon, "People Who Are Over- haps 700 miles from Key West by the Try it. Ask About it.
Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for '
shadowed. One of the best to takeas
best route that could be traveled, very steps three or more .
'- Prayer meeting at 7:30 p. m. on which makes it very unsatisfactoryand you enter this new year is to pay Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
Wednesday. entirely too far away to be in your debts. If you can't pay all you COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES a
CARUTHERS & GORE Forrest Dabney Carr, choir direc- touch with that part of the state's owe, then pay a part on each debt, POTATO SALAD

tor. Miss Roberta Branch, organ- business affairs. So far as convenience but if you really can't pay anything, J. R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'S
ist.A for business relations are con- go and see the people you owe and explain -
lew Modern G cordial invitation to all services. cerned the capitol might as well be to them why you can't pay, and I Phone 26 Bakery
Grocery y Seats free. located at Atlanta or Chicago as to give them some assurance of your intention I
CATHOLIC CHURCH be where it is now located. to pay as soon as you can.-

Phone 200 Second Sunday after Epiphany.Mass In order to make any state pros- Chipley Banner. I
6:30 a. m. perous its interests must be mutual.
J Mass and sermon, 10 a. m. By dividing the state into two states
The Orland HotelSUNDAY
and 8 East Pine St Subject of sermon, "The Catholic by striking a line from near New Am Leaving: FloridaAnd
Church and Marriage. Smyrna on the east coast the section

Rosary, sermon and Benediction, l lying to the north of that line would JANUARY 11th ?n ill Specially Price ray Iwo'Pr.perUesln Winter ParkA
7:30p. m.Sunday. would] be of such a similar nature as 1
PHONE 646 night begins the church to make their interests in common 50 CENTSOyster 1
good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800
AUTO FOR HIRE unity octave, or eight days prayers mutual, while that section lying to full bearing Orange, Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two
for re-union of Christians.All the south of that line would also be Cocktail blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addition t
FIRST CLASS REPAIRING- welcome to all services.ST. in common mutual. Soup: to making a home this property will make a yearly return on
BARNARD & SON the investment of from 10 to 25 per cent, according to crop and f
CATHEDRALThe By locating the capitol of the new Cream of Chicken, a la Windsor also
market conditions, price $8,500.00; F
I? Hnghey Street Orlando, Fla.210.1m Very Rev. H. R. Remsen, dean. South Florida at Tampa it would be Olives Dill Pickles My Residence Property in Winter Park, 12-room, New Modern
Second Sunday after Epiphany.The accessible either by boat or rail to Brazed Fillet of Beef, Barnaise dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front: 20 acres of .
Rev. Dr. P. C. Wolcott will every part of the new state and could Brown Bermuda Potatoes land highly improved, 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigated
preach at St. Luke's Cathedral at 11 be reached within a few hours of Green Peas garden. Property is close in, well located, close to the new i
Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough for
r. S. S. Jones o'clock this morning. Dr. Wolcott is travel, which is not now possible with Cream Puffs the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16- !
from Highland Park, IlL I the present location of our state capital Roast Milk Fed Chicken, 500, and will' give possession in 30 days. ,
CHIROPRACTOR The Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m. I ; and by changing the location of with Dressing See owner only. Write or phone me for a date and I will send '
Sunday school, 9:45 a. the of North Sauce my car te any place in Orange County to show you these properties.
duate Davenport College: 17 and m. capital Florida to Jack- Fruit Salad Cranberry :.
8 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone Morning prayer and sermon, 11. sonville it would then be placed within Ma tatoes Fried Tomatoes ED. F. EZEEZEL
Intelligent people everywhere Evening prayer and sermon, 7:30. easy reach of the greater part of J Dessert:
re being restored: to health by chiro- that state and also the major part of F rry Ice Cream Cake BOX 35, WINTER PARK, FLORIDA
aractic adjustments, the new science Orange County's College City and one of Florida Prettiest places.
Find what want in the Sentinel the
n removing the cause of disease. Ex- you population, would prove to be I Coffee
imination free. 12- 4-1mo I want columns. much more satisfactory. A ere Saltines

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MORNING AND WEEKLY I (Continued from Should be Snappedup

W. H. GLENN ....... ..............Editor Germans Forced to Stop When page 1)a '
W. C. ESSINGTON . .. .Cosine'. Manager Florida corporation and its stockis AS-k
-------- -- New Creuobot Guns Were You'
owned by local and Kentucky par by Speculators. -
Entered at the i*>Bltt;-e el OrUmlo. Florida
ft. second Clara Mail Matter Brought Up and Put ties. It is strictly an independent We

SUBSCRIPTION HATES I Into Action company, and is under the control

Daily. 1 Year .........." ............. .00 and management of Mr. J. H. Dean .
Daily C Months ...................0.. %.1>0 of Orlando.In .
Daily 3 Months .... ... ". -2Dally. London Jan. 16.-Little news was .
1 Month ...0 0.0..0.000..0............ ..... .60Weekly. contained in the night statements an interview with the owners all !

.'" 1 Year .. .::. TT7._ :7.TT...... $1.00 from the French and German war of whom are at present in Orlando Forty-five acres in the Lake

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN offices. The French statement makesno stopping at the San Juan the Senti- Conway District where like +
ADVANCETO reference to the situation at Sois- nel learned that it was their desire to

ADVERTISERS: i sons, while Berlin reports quiet in maintain and develop the property as property is selling from $100to

I this region. an independent telephone plant and
Cpy f.r display and all ether hand-wt $125 acre. This tractis
advertuiar ..st M hand_ in at the fc.une s From other sources it is learned to this end they are seeking the in- per To look us up Monday, whether you are in
office ef the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. terest, assistance and of
that the German attack against Sois- co-operation surrounded by fine
the Uy before publication. This rate applies young
t. chances for contract adT.rtUin : it is sons was continued but they have the citizens of Orlando and Orange I purchasing humor or not. We feel.sure
invariable and will h strictly adhered to. Is timberedand
evidently been checked by the fire county. groves. that the visit will not only be a pleasant

Subscriber desiring The Sentinel d&con- from the new Creuosot guns which They expressed great admirationfor is very rich soil. Owneris
tinued should notify the office in writing on have been brought up to the south Orlando and confidence in its future one to yourself, but one of education in
the date of expiration otherwise it will be
continued at the regular subscription rates bank of the Aisne at this pojnt. ; and were especially pleased a non-resident and has in- Price Reductions.WE .

Telephone until notice Numb to stop .is...received.................. 24 The French gains on Perthes Beaus with the improvements and progress structed us to sell this property -
Ejour front is claimed in the mid- made under the present city adminis-.
SUNDAY, JANUARY 17, 1915. night official statement received from tration. at only sixty dollars per
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the French. i A representative of the Sentinel, in
PAT- New trenches captured from the company with some of the owners, EMPHASIZE IN PARTICULAR:

Be sure to pat the tourists on the Germans on the outskirts of Perthesles visited the exchange of the companyand _____ I

back-make them feel at home. Hurlus and a wood nearly 300 was given an insight into the intricate

o yards in front of the French line of workings of a modern telephone Cooper Si Atha OUR !{

Since we can not help the war let Beaus Ejour have been occupied by system. The switchboard is of I I

us attend strictly to helping to pro- them. Berlin states that LaBouselle, :.the common battery type-the kind I
114 South Orange Ave, Ground Floor
mote. prosperity within our own bor I northeast of Albert, has been com- used in the largest and most progressive READYTOWEARE i

ders. pletely destroyed by German shells cities-but is arranged so Phone No. 311 iI I

o and the town clear of French. Paris that the old style magneto phoneswill
i The railroads are trying so hard to denies this saying: that the Germans also operate through it. -HIGH SCHOOL :NOTESBy -- DEPARTMENT"NOTHING f i!
t that it is believed
save money some have been repulsed. Their plan is to have all subscribers -I ---
of the managers will forego the us- Arthur Ivey I I
= change to common battery service -
ual advance in salaries. I CARRIED OVER FROM
I HIGH DOLLAR SALE COMING: The Classical club held its first
as soon as possible as it greatly
0 for the of last ONE SEASON TO !
; increases the efficiency of all tele- : meeting year ANOTHER, is the

Owing to the fact that there are Many of our visitors and citizensare phones connected with the exchange.An Tuesday with Willis Rogers in chargeof Store's policy on all goods intended for one l I Iseason's
fifty-three Fridays in 1915 it would f
looking forward to the High Dollar '- efficient corps of operators were the program. The subject chosen
seem prudent to appoint a committee for this session's diversion proved to selling.We !
Sale of beautiful Orange Park on seen at work under the leadership of
; to go out and knock on wood. be article entitled
an interesting
West Colonial Drive. Capt. Norton the chief operator Miss Sanborn who

s o Miller who conducts this sale has a has recently come to Orlando from "How Not to Learn Languages." The

DONTI happy faculty of keeping the sunny New Hampshire where she has had program which was one of the best

Don't forget to bring or try to side out and making people happy by several years experience in large ex )'et. had unfortunately to be cut have several handsome Coat Suits
bring more conventions to Orlandofor short on account of an extraordinarily -
telling stories and giving hun- .
away .changes.The left over after our phenomenal season'sselling
business session. Miss Harris
dreds of beautiful and useful pres- company's exchange was moved long -

,: 0 ents. Samples of these presents are and entirely rebuilt during the past chairman of the reading committee and have placed them for quick

QUESTIONHave on exhibition in Estes' popular drug summer, and all its local and toll suggested several books to be clearance.

you broken any New Year's store window. Crowds of people' stop board equipment is new. During the read in connection with the regular .

resolutions yet or )lave you kept any and admire the dainty variety selected coming summer the company expectsto .work of the club. The decision of the

that you made and hope'to be one of the lucky do a great deal of work in mod- club was in favor of reading some

o ones at the sale. These gifts are given ernizing that portion of its outside classical play and the chairman was SEE THE

About now one gets all kinds of ad- freely and you do not have to be a system which is not yet entirely up directed to select the work which she GARl'tIENTSCO

vice as to how to treat colds except purchaser to get one. The plots to to date. thought best fitted to the needs of IPARE THE PRICES

that no one thinks to suggest going be sold are very choice and will make The plant was purchased by the I the class.

out of doors freely and inhaling the money Tor those who get them at the present owners about a year ago from YOUR INCLINATIONS WILL DO THE

fresh air.NOTHING. high bid. :Much money has been madein Mr. W. H. Reynolds of Orlando and ROUND TABLE MEETINGThe REST

o Orlando in real estate and many at that time it had more miles of
regular meeting of the Round
IN A NUMBER feel this is another fine opportunity.There underground cable than any plant in
Table at Unity Chapel on Sunday
According to the old superstition will be some fun at these sales any city of similar size in Florida or r
evening at 7:30. Dr. Ballantine will
thirteen is an unlucky number yet with the band concert and the happy the South. Since its acquisition the
i speak on the Florida Birds. All are
1914 was a more unlucky year for the auctioneer. underground system has been extended cordially invited. Regular values $30 to $35 12.48

world than 1913. In fact, any year and numerous improvementsmade I

will have to hustle with its ill luckto along the lines which had been
ARE PIONEER lOT MENSmith LOST-A pair of white kid gloves Regular values $40. to $50 for_ 16.48 l!
keep up with 1914.-Ocala Star.A planned by :Mr. Reynolds.The were lost at the Opera House last I I

o officials of the company expressed night. Owner may have same by
South Alabama man got glori- a desire to have its patronsand calling at box office and paying for Regular values $55 to $65 for $23.48 {I
& Ha'es.Vho Will Open the inspect the and this advertisement. .
public plant
ously drunk the other day and rather I
than go home and face his wife Up Bumby Property, Have to make themselves familiar with all ---- --- S

crawled into a cage containing a Been in the Business the different phases of the business. OSTEOPATHYDR. I

sleeping lion at the circus grounds.The 15 YearsThe The Sentinel is glad to note that These charming costumes are all of
the local banking institutions are !
poor chap preferred disturbingthe J. c. HOWELL
lion to arousing his wife.-Ex. I sale to be conducted by Smith alive to the opportunity of assistingin Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon this season's productions and are made .by I

I the development of Orlando's pub- Kirksville Graduate
n & Hayes on January 27 of residencelots
of the foremost manufacturers of New
and it the Consultation Free one
The Orlando Sentinel is urging the in the Bumby property will un- licutilities congratulates
Office Cheney Block: Opp. San Juan
Orlando Bank and Trust I
be :Messrs. Companyupon York and demonstrate Americas efficiency
holding of a "Made in Orlando" exhibit doubtedly a large one. HoteL -
Smith and 'lot its selection as trustee of the Phone 716 Residence 1018
as a feature of the Orange Hayes are pioneer men. Office ;
telephone company's bonds. Orland. Fk. in producing replicas of exclusive "
county fair which is to be held in They have been engaged in this line ,

February. The idea is a good one of work for fifteen years and have French models. j ja

and offers a suggestion to the good conducted sales in all parts of the -

boosters of !Miami. Miami Metropolis. country. They will not tolerate by-

.. bidding but positively sell property.

o They have enlisted the services of

G. S. Moore, a well known auctioneer.S. .
Over heroic
at a gentleman -
named Rodenbaugh has given a I II
quart of his blood to strengthen and I Sale of Men's Suits

perhaps save the life of a.man named
Society for the Prevention of TRADE OR SELL
Foley. If Foley gets well which we
to Animals will in
hope he will he will be one man of Cruelty meet How- An "Emphasis" in Price Reduction

Irish name with Teutonic blood in his ard's Studio Orange avenue Tues- _
day night seven-thirty for the elec-
veins.-Tampa Times.
o tion of officers and for any other bus- 35 MEN'S ,SUITS .

iness that may appear. This is an
open meeting and any one may at-
a Terre Haute Ind. of high Pine Land covered with heavy In fine of
year ago tend. Members especially requestedto Forty acres qualities Serges and Fancy Worsteds -
young man named Brown married a
girl named Green. The baby is said ident.come prepared to elect a new pres- growth of virgin timber enclosed with new hog proof broken lots worth $17.00, $20.00,

to be a little yeller.-Orlando Senti- C. E. HOWARD President. fence. Very comfortable dwelling in first-class condition and $22.50 most of them made by

neLThis l-17-3tc
solution of the result of the and excellent barn. Good water. Located at Fort Christ- HART SCHAFFNER AND MARXOn

mixing of colors probably accountsfor
the Sentinel's agitation for the mas. Owner purchased this place and fixed it up for Monday Your choice
Troop No. 4 of the Boy Scouts met
division of the state and the locationof
the state capital at Orlando.Arcadia at the postoffice at 4 a. m. Saturdayand hunting lodge and now wishes to sell it for cash, or will
hiked to Lake Gatlin where they
Daily News. for other No to in ad- $9.98
had breakfast of grits 'taters sand- trade property. objection putting
o I
THE FLORIDA PRESS- wiches and coffee. Games were ditional money, if your property has the value. This is
played and the hike continued to Lake

After twenty-seven years actual Conway where they had dinner; returning an opportunity for somebody.
connection with the Jacksonville Metropolis -
to town about 3:30. Scout-
that veteran newspaper man, master Loach in charge.
W. W. Douglas, has retired on account -
of ill health and advanced age. DEATH OF MRS. WILKINSONMr.
Mr. Douglas was with the Metropoliswhen
G. E. Wilkinson was called to
it was born and he has been
Jacksonville yesterday afternoon by
with it ever since. His active career
the sad news of the death of his wife
in the newspaper world covers a span S. Y. WAY
which occurred at a sanitarium in
of fifty-seven years. that city yesterday. The sympathyof DICKSON .IYrS CO.
Brown of the St. Petersburg -
I the entire community is expressed
Independent ought to lay down :
through the Sentinel to :Mr. Wilkinson Insurance and Real Estate Agent
the law to his advertising depart-
in his bereavement.HAS I
ment. It is encroaching on his editorial -

page to such an extent that it EXCELLENT PATRONAGE PHONE 172 .DEPARTMENT STORE.
has become
a Chinese puzzle to find .. ..
where an editorial begins and whereit The Rossmore Inn at Windermere
ends. In a recent issue there was is having its share of new arrivals. e !

space between ads. for only three Within the past few days a large The Store of true service, of never-failing cour-

lines in the first column of the page, number have registered bringing the tesy, of fair dealing, of trust-worthy mer.

and this is being subjected to a daily total number to fifty. Among tha I.H. I. chandise at right prices

squeeze until soon there will not be late arrivals are Edgar A. Wright, r ORLANDO FLORIDA

room even for the masthead.-Tampa editor of the Florida Grower and several -

Tribune. parties from :Michigan. miauffxS
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I 4-Reels--I
Powers. Drama. Edna Maison in Won't Leak J

"Sissy Doffins Oil Magnate.
Champion. "A Daughter of Vir- 1 OOK at the feed tube. Iflu carved- I
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the Parka-the Fen wool teak
ginia. The Parker Lucky Curve Feed Tube
Sterling Rural comedy, "Troublesome I McfcM luife iJU &..r./.causing CamlUry I IAttradJoD.
Peter." This draw ink out
of eed tube.as in picture the inatant I
Sterling. "A Rural Love Affair. you turn pen upngtu Tint wky
featuring Little Billy Jacobs. Parkers won tleak.Ordinaryfountaintxnshavestraight.
Five cents to alL
feed tubes ia which ink MAT,even
ri when pea i*point op. Air inside ot
ATTENTION!-$700 corner lot, good pen.ezpandinEfromheatofjroartxxtr.
force this ink out on to end of pen.
location two blocks north of Lake D Standard style Parker Lucky ear-
Sola. $500; must sell; would consider' Pens$JO to$250.00 according to auc
small cash part payment. E. R. T., .ornamentation.
N w Parker Jack Kaif Safety P_
Box 122. 1176t'THAT
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Money refunded if
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please. We protect
room was decorated with beautifulred - dealer.
I Drums for shipping and storage
roses and ferns. The ladies spenta Get a leakless Parker Pea into your
( nrirty very pleasant afternoon. tanks kept on hand. pocket before tonight.
- Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit
Mrs. S. Waters Howe will return 0
all Give make of when
-Edited By Miss Eliza Wright cars. car you
home today from a visit to relativesand -
". Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254 .. friends in Jacksonville. order. ..A.llen sz COL,



part of February. ,, L! .dJ
Jan. 18th23rd. -
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Mrs. C. II. McChesney arrived Friday P. G. WALTON, Agent

Sunday Were Married Tuesday evening from Amitynlle Long Office Phone 450.
Usual church services, Baptist services Mr. and Mrs. Don Peabody
spent Island, and will spend the remainderof Residence Phone 269.
held in Grand theatre. iiiiiiiii IMilllliflHli
7:30 P. M.-Meeting of the RoundTable yesterday in Orlando. On Tuesday of the winter with her daughter, Mrs.

Unity Chapel; Address on the past week Miss Malvina Bryan Frank Guernsey, 512 East Central
Florida Birds by Dr. Ballentine. and Mr. Peabody were united in mar- avenue.
. Tuesday riage by Rev. Plummer at the home VENEER CORES ,
"Auctioneers;" Miss-Sheppard, hostess of the groom's mother in Sanford,
Cathedral school. i Among the arrivals in Orlando on
Junior Matrons Card Club; Mrs. only the immediate families of the the Atlantic Coast Line train from $1.25 If your neighbor's house seeds
Gordon Wright, hostess. bride and groom being in attendance.At .
yesterday were Mr. and
do him real kindness
painting a by
Bachelor Girls; Miss Elizabeth present they will make their homein Mrs. R. H. Curtis and son, Roy, of Per Strand Up !
Branham hostess. Tavares. telling him about Son Proof Paint
Sorosis Club; discussion, "Present Philadelphia, Pa. They are locatedon FIREPLACE CHUNKS AND .
and the Orlando Paint & Wall Paper
Day Leader in Politics." - North Orange avenue for the win- OAK WOOD J
8:30 P. M.-Confederate receptionand From Atlanta ter. Company' 205 South Orange avenue.

ball, Armory. Mrs. John H. Crawford, of Atlanta, Orlando Wood YardB.

Twentieth Century Wednesday Club; Mrs. A.R. will arrive today to be the guest for Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Melchor, of W. Kingsley, Proprietor

Bourne, hostess. several weeks of her mother, Mrs. Dayton, Ohio who have been visitors PINE STREET AND R. R.

Young Matrons Card Club; Mrs. W. L. Burnett, in the Knox cottageon here for the last few weeks, were Telephone 341
Hall Beardall, hostess. Lucerne Circle. the 9-30
among departures
Unity Circle; topic, "Be Fair to the yesterday.
Christian Scientist." They will return to their northern

Weekly dance Lucerne hotel. Happy BirthdayMrs. home, stopping en route at Daytonaand
Men's Forum, Chapter House. James I. Thornton enjoyed a St. Augustine.The -

Thursday "surprise birthday party" on Friday
Rosalind Club afternoon. evening. Coming in from an auto
"Here and There" Club; Mrs. Whit-! "Stork Special" arrived early FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL i
ride early in the evening she found I
ter: hostess. yesterday morning at the home of
twenty-five of her friends gathered to
8:30 P. Rosalind reception to
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Nolan, leav-
?!Irs. Pell-Clarke. wish her "a happy birthday." Cards 1
ing a bouncing baby boy who was Established 1886
Friday were the entertainment for the even-
Nullos Club;Mrs. F. D. Carr. ing, after which the "surprise guests"' promptly named George E. Nolan,
Fortnightly Literary Club, Cathedral Jr. This was the reason for Mr. No-
served salad, sherbet, and coffee.
school. I lan's expansive and happy smile
Stetson.Basket Ball, Cathedral school vs. I Mrs. Blackman-o-EntertainsMrs. terday. CURTIS & O'NEAL

Saturday W. F. Blackman, of Winter I
Boston Grand Opera. Lucerne thea TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
tre. Park, entertained at luncheon yesterday -

- in compliment to Mrs. R. L. Harris i INSURANCE LOANS

"Mikado" to Be RepeatedThe who has been feted many times WANTED white girl for general
housework. Address
19 East Pine.
Mendelssohn Club will begin this past week. Mrs. Harris has been l-17-3t j

practice on Tuesday evening for the I visiting Mrs. Forrest Dabney Carr REAL; ESTATE RENTALSF

"Ml'kado" which has been requestedto and will be the house guest of Mrs.T. VERY DESIRABLE ROOM, with private -

be repeated. As it was so success- Picton Warlow during the coming family; all conveniences; bathelrctncity. ,

fully given last season, the cast will week. Church street.. etc; close in. 305 l-17-3t East

be practically the same as last year's. - -
Those who saw the performance last Mrs. M. Gehrens was hostess to PUTTYLESS WINDOW SASHTheowner

year said it compared favorably with eight ladies at her prety bungalow, wants to trade full right of OR RENT- Bimgalo 5 Rooms Furnished South Main
f -- ,
Florida to make and sell for Orlandoflat
any that amateurs and even profes- 500 Hughey street, at a birthday party .
centrally located. Call 407 Jackson
sionals had ever given. The costumesare given in honor of Mrs. J. S. Shra- street, evenings at 6 o'clock. Street. ...
I v
rented from a New York firm, der, of Springfield, Minn. The dining l-17-6t
and with the artistic set- 1-
same stage
Seven Room House South Orlando.
tib g that it had last year and larger ,
chorus, the coming show should sur- CHURCH

pass desires the to one meet of the last regular season.club Mr.mem-Carr 11 a.m. Visitor's Service. Two New Five Room Houses, South West Orlando. ,

7.30 Sermon to Women.
bers and all who were in the cast last p.m.

year at the Presbyterian lecture room "The Woman Thou Gavest Me."

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FOR RENT-6 room house, with all
modern improvements; furnished; Lumber. Laths grid S11inglesORLAN"DO
SENTINEL $150 season 3 months. One cottage,
for light housekeeping, $30 a month.
Room and board for couple of tour-
ists, $12 per week. Inquire Cooper
WANTSThe & Atha. 12-13-lm

FOR RENT-Rooms, with or without
board; also rooms for light house-
Morning Sentinel Want keeping; several apartments from 1
Ii Directory is the Greatest Want to 4 rooms, each at very reasonable
Ad Medium in Orlando. prices. Inquire of F. L. Anderson, 't'
112 West Church street. Phone 459.
Terms Cash in Adrance. 12-6-tf

For One Day ______________25c< more cents, and attend T. O. Brown's Cement Plaster and
For Three Days ____________50c Real Sale for Men, Tuesday the 12thto Royal Agatite Perfection Lime
: For Six Days ___-________-_75e Saturday the 16th. 1.12-tf
HE HAS ARRIVED. WHO? For One Month ____________$2. 0 ------
This rate applies on all ads of
FOR RENT Seven house
25 words less. If the room ; water -
Mr. Homeseeker says: tains more or than 25 words the ad con-rate gas, electric lights, bath, etc.; .. iiiiiMiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiitiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 111111"1"1111
"I have now decidedI will be one cent per word for barn, stable, chicken house; lot 100 by .
200 feet. Apply at 735 North
each additional word, for each in- Orange
I WILL BUY IN ORLANDOThis sertion. ."IS] avenue. 10-31-tf
If you can't bring your ad to
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- FOR RENT-Large, attractive room. SUBTROPICAL EXPOSITION
is the most
counts opened by telephone will be Inquire No. 8 West Washington St. .
and cleanest city I have seen. payable the following day. 11-8-tfc

THE PEOPLE ARE MORE Every Home-Every Business- FOR RENT-Small flat, modern: con- -MIDWINTER; -
Every Man has use for a veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A. .
PROGRESSIVEIt Sentinel Want Ad. Knox. 11-3-tf -. .

appearance have presents now visited.the of any best" place general I FOR SALE I NICE 10-25-tf to adults, LARGE only.FURNISHED 409 Delaney ROOM street., i OEL..A..J'T': DO., :FL..A.' ..

" We specialize In Orlando FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock WANTED
City Homes and will be and tools best farm in county; variety FESo 1915-
fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- -
pleased to have you call and to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock WANTED-:Middle aged woman for I Z7 A JFf}
and let us show you our real BIdg- Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- house work. Apply Box II., care
values in this class of prop- er. 1-16-tfc Sentinel. 1-5-tf

horse; good roadster; gentle and

ORLANDO BUILDING & LAND COII buggy fine appearance.and harness. Apply Together P. O.with Box buy, sell rent, and exchange real i Embracing-Agriculture, Horticulture, Floriculture, Domestic

119 l-lG-d3t-wlt, Winter Park, Fla. over estate.:CO Have years.resided Have in Orlando handled, Fla.over, i Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry,

North Orange Avenue $20,000,000.10-6-3m Call and F. A.see LEWTER.me. ; and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports
PHONE 608 FOR SALE-24 acres good citrus
land, 4 miles from court house, fac- ------ t AreoplansLectures and Entertainments all kindsFor
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL ing one-fourth mile on proposed brick TEN ACRES overlooking Orlando; .
road. $;}OO, take it in next 30 days.P. all cleared; fine land; good home .
FRED B. DALEC. O. Box 486. 1-13-Gt site. $2,000. II. C. McDaniel. Phone .
H. BRYANT 708.
FOR SALE-A very attractive sub- information or premium list, address
DAYIS a GILES. CounselF. urban home, situated on north bank Now is the time to buy seed
A. PEPPERCORN, Contractor of Lake Concord; high elevation; Irish .potatoes. Wilson &your Toomer WNL R. O'NEAL, Sec'y H. H. D1CKSON, Prcs.; iiOrlando's
high elevation; commands view of have the Improved Rose No. 4 and :
three large lakes; in the prettiest Bliss Triumph, grown specially for : : .I : : : :
suburb of Orlando; lot size 158x1320 them, and inspected by U. S. ,.aver n-
feet, fronts 158 feet private lakefront ment. See H. C. McDaniel, agent. . II I I ""I' IIU.II.II..... ,. .
"DIXIE and 158 feet on Lakeview avenue; has Phone 708. 1-8-121
LIMITED"Between 65 young citrus trees, all varieties.
This is a choice piece of property.Will .
I be sold very low to a quick buyer. bunions ingrowingnails
See the owner at 98 Lakeview see the chiropodist for men -
avenue. l-16-6t and women. L. J. Mustard, over Mc-
Elroy's drug store, 117 Orange ave-
J eksonrille, Chicago and Pedicure
St. Louis FOR SALE-Story & Clark upright nue. and manicure.

Reestablished January 6, 1915 grand piano won by Miss Myrtle 1.16-1me $W.t'
Weeks in the recent contest will be 3 #i
Northbound Daily Southbound I sold for benefit of Baptist church NICHOLAS & NICHOLAS .
building fund. Piano may be seen
9:35 am Lv. Jacksonv'e Ar. 7:30pm I at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. MANUFACTURE all classes of hair I
5.-08pmAr. Macon LT.11:45 am Weeks, 10 Washington street. goods; prices reasonable and work o
8:03 pm Ar. Atlanta Lv. 8:35 am 1-13-tfc first class. Call and see us at 303
12:18 am Ar. Chattan'ga Lv. 4:37 am Garland street. 1-6-1mo*
4.50 am Ar. Nashville Lv.12.10am
9:28 am Ar. Evansville Lv. 7:30pm 1912 ABBOTT TOURING CAR-Fine KINCAID
635pmAr. Chicago Lv.11:30 am condition for sale cheap; or will WE HAVE NOW READY FOR DELIVERY all SNOWDEN\

):59 pm Ar. St.__Louis -Lv:2r5-: p m exchange General Delivery for real, city.estate. C. D.1-12-6t Kirk*, from Irish scab Potatoes or other, warrantedfree diseases. .

. Solid Train CompartmentObsen'ation Drop me a card or phone 708 and let
- FOR SALE-To those only who have US talk over your requirements. 1
coaches cars, Standard Pullman cars and cash capital to invest in winter will make it to our mutual advan- and
Jacksonville and Cheapest
Chicago. Standard Pullman sleepers. homes; also big acreage in groves and tage. If. McDaniel..
trucking lands. Address Box 814,
Jacksonville to St. Louis.DINING I It .
Orlando. 1-8-lmoc NOTIC1?-I have Accepted agency for,
Wilson & Toomer's fertilizers in FURNITURE HOUSE
CARS- FOR SALE GO acres land, 20 fenced, Orange county and will appreciate I
t 10 cleared ready for setting trees; :the patronage of their old customers, i ,
close to depot, 3 miles from Orlando. and hope to make new friends for this
f Atlantic Coast j Line Cheap if sold in 30 days. Lock Box firm. Their Ideal brands are too well
No. 4, 1-3-lmo known for any comment at my hands. Cor. Main and Pine Sts. OrlandoBegill
; My experience as a grower of both
Standard Railroad of the South
fruit and vegetables; warrants we in
r I I FOR SALE-One seven passenger, saying, as their agent, I can be of
- six cylinder automobile, 1 year old, .
real service to those who have
J. G. KIRKLAND D. P. A grove
first class condition. Don't answer trouble. I
am prepared to give to
f Tampa, Florida. unless interested. Address Bargain, my patrons not only my own experi-
L care of Sentinel. 11-14-tf ence, but that of the firm, which cov- .
ers every detail of the citrus and veg- r
FOR SALE citrus industry. II. C McDaniel.

Real Estate Boughtand Phone 708.EIGHTEEN.
r Terms to Suit Purchaser 1
Good citrus and truck land, cleared, AND A HALF ACRESof
Sold. in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots, on land on Lake Gatlin; sixteen in
brick road to be built this year, two five year old oranges and grapefruit;
if iI f! miles from Orlando. Phone 1024 4 overlooks four lakes; in perfect con- B 111 N w Tear 111
f rings,or write II. G. Jackson, R. F. D. dition. Price $12,000. Nothing bet- [
City Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash No. 2, Orlando, for appointment. ter in Florida, unless it is the prop-
and $1.00 per week buys a Lot 1-7-lmo erty below described.

hood; fine land; 10 acres in bearing ..
Notary Work Promptly and Neatly FOR RENT-A suite of rooms for trees good lake
; protection; good
. Done. light housekeeping, with bath, hot
crop on trees Price $10,000 with
and cold water; a pleasant neighborhood fruit; or owner will keep fruit, de- Cook and Heat
; close in; near Eola park. Call ducting $2,000 for same. Offered only
307 East Pine. l-16-6t
N.P.HATCHERORLANDO for reasons beyond owners control.
See H. C. McDaniel for particulars.
FOR RENT-Rooms. 3:50 per week Phone 708.LAKE.
,FLORIDA in the best part of the city; also
housekeeping rooms. The St. James,
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Office at Pinehurst ParkP. 308 West WITH
street. l-15-6t .
O. Box 281 ---I

PHONE 405 10-8-lm FOR RENT-Housekeeping rooms,
with all conveniences of Northern
home; also use of garage. 8 East 'SITE
Concord avenue just off Orange ave-
nue. l-15-3t*

FOR RENT-At Windermere 12
ORLANDOCO miles from Orlando, two well fur GAS
nished, heated rooms, each having 3 Four miles from Orlando, one
large windows, in pleasant cottage on mile from Post Office, Schools
,. Lake Butler. Use of bath and large
screened porches facing lake; near and Churches and Packing .
Rossmore Inn. Would also rent fully House. On road
26 WEST PINE STREET good just one
equipped kitchen if desired. AddressM.
PHONE 122 A. Buckley, Windemere. 1-14-lwk Fla. mile from Orlando Sandford

Best Plumbing at low- conveniences FOR desirable RENT-To furnished in choice single room neighborhood.adult, with, very all ginia road.Surrounded Citrus Pine Land Timber.with by fine water Groves Excellent protec; Vir- TileR ll You'll' Surely bellaFy:;

est PricesWe Apply 408 East Pine street.
l-13-6t tion and beautiful lake frontage ..

are not in the eombine.SLAUTER'S .
FOR RENT-furnished, large pleas- Acres
latest inventions used Sixty at
ant room; bath hot and cold water;
on all firstclassPlumbing electric lights; private family; closein.
Phone 520. 312 North Main.
Construction: 1-12-6t $20 Per Acre

FOR RENT- -Firnished rooms for ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
light housekeeping, on first, second
NEIL McDUFFEE and third floors; no objection to chil-
L dren over 12 or under 1 year. 300 Think of it and see
East Concord. Phone 380. 1-2-tfc
Contractor and BuilderBungalows GAS [DEPARTMENT

a Specialty
one block from Eola park; com- ,
mands fine view of city. Price $5,500.
Arcade Building. H. C. McDaniel, phone 708. Watkins Block PHONE 504 J

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Extraordinary Sale of r1t !

Ladies'' Trimmed Hats 11 11i i#

Your choice of any trim- IfH
med hat in the Store, i h l l i i i

} values up to $30.00, for "J

$5.00 TIlE BIG 1 1I 1 i

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Men's $ : I i

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\ Men's
. We heartily recommend this style to $
men of fashion who desire to be dressed
In/I/ 1 in the height of fashion. Just one of our the with

1 many styles. Let us show you. Cut $6.00 SPLIT"i
Prices on Suits and Overcoats. $5.00
$4.50 : I
/ $15.00 Suits and Overcoats at10.75 $3.50
:- 'to' $18.00 Suits and Overcoats at$1275i $3.00 ;

i $20.00 Suits and Overcoats at.$14.75 Odd lot
$22.50 Suits and Overcoats at$16.75 I

COPYRIGHT ifl.TMF $25.00 Suits and Overcoats at$18.75 feet.
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Ha>iland China Dinner Set, daintly decorated, Beautiful Coat Suits, made of the F
gold mat handles, 100 pieces, $39.50 quality__$28.98 all Price.of the late models, specially

Haviland China Dinner Set, decorated, 100 pieces, .
$35.00 quality for_________________________$25.98 $15.00 COAT SUITS in this sale at _
$20.00 COAT SUITS in this sale at __
China Dinner Set of 100 pieces, beauti-
Haviland $j.OO COAT SUITS in this sale at___ E
fully decorated with Mat Gold, $85.00 set for$67.60Haviland
$30.00 COAT SUITS in this sale at __
China Dinner Set of 100 pieces, white
and gold bands, $90.00 set for ______________$69.00 LADIES'and
Austrian China Dinner Set of 100 pieces, white
and gold, perfect in shape, $55.00 set for$36.50 at HALF

English China Dinner set of 100 pieces, light blue, $2.50 COATS in this sale at ________
white and gold and green and gold $29.00 set $4.00 COATS in this sale at________
for ____________________________________$21.50 $5.00 COATS in this sale at ________ 3
China Dinner Set of 65 pieces, white and gold, $10.00 COATS in this sale at ______
$5.50 set for ______________________________$3.98 $15.00 COATS in this sale at--______

Special Discount of 10 per cent. on all China during $20.00 COATS in this sale at <
II this Sale. $25.00 COATS in this sale at _______ f F

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Second Floor, Juvenile Department ROOf F GARDEN '
$3.50 BOYS SUITS AT ________________________$2.63 F
$4.00 BOYS SUITS AT ________________________$3.00 f
$4.50 BOYS SUITS AT ________________________$3.38 MONDAY
BOYS SUITS AT ________________________$3.75
$6.00 BOYS SUITS AT ________________________$4.50 Rex 2Reels
BOYS SUITS AT ________________________$6.00 ;
$8.00 BOYS SUITS AT ________________________$6.38 "THE BIG SISTER'S '
$10.00 BOYS SUITS AT _______________________$7.50
$12.00 BOYS SUITS AT _______________________$9.00 Sterling Comedy f fE


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75c: BOYS HATS ________________________-:____49c Powers Cartoon Comedy [
$1.00 BOYS HATS ______________________________69C "IN CRAZYLAND --- I F I

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:Mr. J. W. Stineman arrived in Or-
lando last night from South Forks 2\
Pa., and will spend the remainder of
the season at his pretty winter home
"The Ripples."

Mr. E. Z. Jones, state game war-

r r den, was among the prominent Flor-
.ti idians spending yesterday in Orlando. I
lie was registered at the San Juan

from Tallahassee.Mr. .... .

: E. G. Payne, general Florida
agent of the Louisville & Nashville
CHECKING ACCOUNTRUNAWAY railroad, with headquarters in Jacksonville -

spent yesterday in Orlando .
looking after the interests of his road. . .._ .. .

Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Perrin, of Waco, 11 ii-HI:: :: Your comfort and prosperity for

Texas, were among the newcomers I
reaching Orlando yesterday from the
EXPENSES Lone Star State. They have secured I. I(9I5.(
accommodations on Jefferson street tHItIt1 : ;:!

and will spend a couple of months.Mr. .
: At one time or another, all of us have had 11 II It II i depends upon yourself antI your .:
the unpleasant experience of having J. M. Chandler has arrived
expenses connections.
from Oak Hill, Va., to visit his sisters I II II II I
exceed the speed limit-run away. : I
Mrs. D. D. Awde and Mrs. E. S.
And when run you've
expenses away
Keyes. Mr. Chandler was a visitor to
probably noticed that that they always run this city a couple of years ago and savinzs or checking Dank accountin

UP-never down.A made many friends who are glad to this institution is a positive step

Checking Account at this bank and a see him again. : forward.Stnrino. t

check book in your pocket is a sure curb on i Rev. Dr. P. C. Wolcott and wife, of
expense. The stubs in your check book flasha
Highland Park, Ill., arrived in Orlando ?; / :
warning when over-spending starts. Be-
yesterday afternoon on the Tampa
gin your Account today and keep expenses Special and are guests of Mrs. Annie << ;.
normal. Thayer and Mrs. W. R. O'Neal, at :

f 11. home, Three Pines, on Lake ....u. _..._.;4_
The State Bank of Orlando Cherokee.Mr. .
and 1lrs.Iilton Lallommedieu .>:: .. :;;i. ..i c

and Mrs. Joseph Wallace arrived in

Orlando last evening from Strouds- . '. .
burg, Pa., and are making their homeat i .
the New Lucerne. Mr. J. S. La- i .
LJ Hommedieu, from the same place is t.! J1.';,..", il':<- .'}!... .. J-, : -
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-I also a guest at the hotel. icl : J' &J :c : .
Elsie St. Leon, Geo. St. Leon Wm. -
Murray, Mr. and Mrs. J. Sanders Mr. and Mrs Walter McCorkle are
among the winter visitors now so- : : -. '" -:'.-' .,". ;. .;.. .. .. .... .. '
Miss Sallie Taylor, who has been .Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Leavett;Mr. and journing in Orlando. They are pleasantly II' : ;: .:" '. :: >:\' .: : \. 0'1'
Mrs. Wm. II.Ioxon of New York
visiting Mrs. E. L. Lesley, in Kissim- I located at 304 North Orange I .
city, of the "Polly of the Circus"
has returned home.
Mr. McCorkle is
i avenue. a promi-
company, which played at the Orlando
nent cement contractor at Ocean City
Mr. W. L. Story, of Winter Garden, Opera House last night, arrived in N. J. -
was among the business transactorsin the city yesterday morning and made
Orlando yesterday.Mr. their headquarters at the San Juan.
Prominent residents of New Castle,
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Pa., arriving in Orlando yesterdaywere
W. H. Drew, a well known and FRESH TOMATOES PEAS RADDISH
Mrs. Geo. Pearson, Alice L. Mc-
prominent contractor and builder of
Cready, Alex T. McCready, Mr. and
Tampa, spent yesterday in Orlando
i FOR SALE I II Mrs. J. C. McCready. They expectto
attending to business matters.
spend several days in this section TURNIPS COLLARDS
I and have excellent accommodations at ,
Mr. R. L. Wade ,of Sharpsville, Pa. !
the San Juan.
is a recent arrival in Orlando. lie is
prospecting and is very favorably impressed -I LETTUCE, BEANS and SEED CORN
with this section. :
2300 acres of unim"proved
Mr. W. W. Williams left yesterday I pine land, fine SEEDS to Plant.
for Cocoa on the East Coast, wherehe truck and fruit land, big
will be engaged in one of Chase
portion of it has clay
& Company's packing houses. .
and marl sub'soil. Situ- Catalogue on Request. .
Prominent residents of Dundee
uate on County roadwithin
spending yesterday in Orlando in-
seven miles of
clude Messrs. W. J. Howay and W. M. I --- --- -
Delsaver. Orlando.

S4.40 an acre will buy
Among those registering at the San
Juan last night from Pittsburg, Pa., this tract and the propo- McIroysPharmacy :

are T. D. Fisher and daughter, II. T. sition is 'cinch" as a
Niven and W. II. Ketcham. TheSAN
small investment. This .

Among the New Yorkers arrivingin price is for quick sale.
Orlando yesterday for a sojournof If you want this land Dealers in Seeds and Drugs for 35 Years.

several days were Mr. and Mrs
E. N. Raleigh, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. call on
James and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Cat. i

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Mr. Lindley J. Townsend is in Or-
lando again to enjoy a good rest and S. G. Dolive & Son

escape the severe cold which now pre-
dominates the North, and especially FOREHANDED PEOPLEThe
ESTATENo. realize the com-
Waltham, Mass, where :Mr. Townsend you

spends his summers. He owns a pret- 3 WEST PINE STREET forts of steam heat, run-
ty home on Anderson street and a
large and prolific orange grove near Sec o c t'c: ct ning hot and cold water
the city. I individual who can make the most
and telephone in your
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room. You will find all of of the unexpected opportunity is not

(i ; Europe's Armies ); room these conveniences in the San in every Juan. 'Iuck-he is "forehanded."tYears ago j .rtx t .

anticipate the opportunity,
: he began to 4S
Add to this comfortable
: recognize the convenience : Tc
parlors, halls and receptionroom or And when the day came i
of the :
with night and day
he tivasemergeeady.ncy.r .
service, and you have all t
i the up-to-date service that
The surest way to be continually readyto
you will get in the best

Officers and men are wearing hotels in the large cities. meet the great financial opportunity is

: them. We have them in Gold,
to prepare through a Savings Account.In .
: Silver and Gold Filled---both for ,

Ladies and Gentlemen. : this institution our savings are ab- '"

: Prices Always the Lowest When : solutely safe, and will earn 4 per cent. _

: Quality is Considered. : .

T. H. EVANS i.. OflafidoOrlando's & Trll t C ill W :

J JEWELERr Conservative Bank

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me. They spoke Hungarian I spoke went_ into a cobbled courtyard the I l I : ) J I
LETTERS FROM WAR ZONE Americanish. We did not make rapid guards at the entrance keeping out I ,:
progress.I the mob. I was taken into a low ceil- I

NELLIE Y YA was not in the least fearful of inged room and then uniformed men I I j I II
the crowd. The market stalls were at desks and sitting around arose as i
j the
deserted. Buying and selling had if to greet me. I smiled confidentlyat I
ceased. I was the only object of in- : each but their answering smiles I a
FEATURE FOR terest. When I caught the eye of a : faded away when my captors beganto j in
woman I would smile. An answeringand I speak. Another door was openedand I j with
SENTINELREADERS sympathetic smile would be re I was motioned to enter. My 'I lost
woman friend tried to with me, I
turned. The men smiled less quickly go
. and then in an awkward, embar- but they grabbed her roughly: and / I! any
rassed manner. Between me and loyalty thrust her outside.A iI -
little undecided. Cold HandshakeThe : I
they were a I
Only the officers and gendarmes were room was filled with men in
fierce. Grave and determined no uniforms and civilians' dress. A very j i
smile answered mine. tall man in a brown suit "got up and j -
By Nellie my :Finally they motioned for me to I'gazed at me. I held out my hand. -
Miss Nellie Ely, special correspondent I proceed, two placing themselves be-I He hesitated. I still held my hand ;
for the Evening Journal now :fore me, two behind. outstretched. lie gave me a gingerly I i j
with the Austrian army was arrested I tuoch with the stiff tips of his fingers. ; !
Woman SympathizesA
as a British spy when she happenedto I began to speak. i -
I darted from the crowd j
wander away from the hospital woman "How do you do?" I began. "It is on
train that was carrying her to Buda I to my side. She laid a s'mpathizing.1 nice of these gentlemen to bring me I the
The following is her experience -(I gentle hand on my arm. She looked I "
pest. to visit you but must hurry. :
: I at me with kind black eyes. He did not thaw. lie even frowned. I : in
Satoraljew phely, Hungary Nov. 6. I "You are American not English?" lie asked me in German where I came :
she asked I aghast."I
-I have been arrested as a British brokenly. from. I replied:
I "I am," I said .patting her trembling He j f in
"Przemysl. looked his :
spy.I had not gone ten yards into a i hand reassuringly. lief. He asked me where I unbe-I
"I knew she said, a
officer i ,
church yard until an stoppedand ing. ,i
spoke to me. I could not under- I gendarme took her by the arm "Kriegspressequartier," I replied. i'i I i
stand his words, but I inferred from i and tried to pull her away. She lIe was angry. He said in German I ,
that he wanted j:spoke to them in eager appeal. They I
his motions to see my I ,this was not the route from Przemyslto ,[, ,
papers.I listened impatiently. the press headquarters. I knew it, I II' -
. had none. They were all in my I "They say you are a British spy,"J Ji but I did not know enough German to I I,
bag at the station. Being pocketless I,i she finally said despairingly."I ." J tell him that blown-up and destroyed I'I a
. is the greatest hardship a woman has am from New York I |
bridges were the cause of our wide
to endure. I tried to make him un- I I plained. "Tell them I am with eX-1 detour.A I war
derstand where my papers were. He Kriegspresse people. Our train is at
I arrived. lie
new worea
looked suspicious. the station and our crowd is some-
uniform and seemed to be high in
Another joined him. They discussed where in this village."
my case. I did not know I Her explanation found no belief. militray authority. lie was young lA
good looking and severe.I .
whether to stand still or walk on. "They are very queer here now, ;
Two she apologized "but must insisted on shaking hands whenI ) *,
Crowds began to gather. gendarmes you go I
with naked sabres and Span- with them. I will stay by you. I was shown to him-not introduced! : J.;
ish feathers in their caps pushed lived in Cleveland once. I love Amer- I lie removed his cap and took my I T.
through to hold back the increasingmob. icans." i I hand but he did not want to.I ; .
We formed a little square in the !I tried to tell him I must go or I I *
Everybody was excited except my- midst of the mob which preceded and j!should miss my train. The big alan C.'
self. I was enjoying the new experience. followed us. Sometimes the Jen-I j in the brown suit asked me at what .
I studied the faces of the mobas darmes threatened them and they> hour. I said 1:30. He frowned ; and
the officers and gendarmes en- scattered only to forget their fears I again. He told me no trains left at ,.
deavored to obtain information from and fall in in great numbers. We I that hour. lie bade me sit down, in- 'i'A I

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

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

SALE with Stock, Fixtures, Good-will and Lease of Store Room; and that a liberal reduction will be madefor t

the entire business, and in the meantime, I will close out the stock at cost and below cost in many instances, and that the sale will continue as long as there is a dollar's worth of goods

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

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

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

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

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


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

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

$1.25 kind for ____________________________95c kind for _____________________________25c $2.75 kind for ___
$1.00 kind for ____________________________80c 25c. kind for _________________-__________20c $2.50 kind for----------------------_-.-___$2.00
75c kind for _____________________________55c ------------------- $1.85
$1.50 kind for __
60c. kind for _____________________ _______45c CURTAIN GOODS- ------------------------ $1.10
_____________________ $125.00 kind for _____________
25c. kind for ________19c ------------ 95C
50c. kind for _____________________________40c
20c. kind for ___________...,_________________15c
SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES- 15c. kind for ________________________1____lOc LADIES FLANNELETTE GOWNS
10 12 kind for _____________________08c $1.00 kind for _______SOc
and /_c. --------------------
81x99 Sheets, SOc. kind for_________________68c 75c. kind for ____55c
LADIES VESTS- -------------------------
72x99 Sheets 85c. kind for_______ __________63c
50c. kind for ____________________________40c 60c. kind for ---------- --------------_____45C
81x90 Sheets, 85c. kind ____________________63c
72x90 Sheets, 80c kind for _________________58c 35c. kind for _______________-____________25c 50c. kind for ------------------------i____40c

63x90 Sheets, 70c. kind for _________________52c 25c. kind for _____________________________20c MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, Same Reductions.

The above are all 1st quality, seamless sheets stockis $3.00 kind for __________________________$2.00 MEN'S ECLIPSE SHIRTS-
___________________ ___ __
$1.50 kind for $1.15
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kind for ________ ___ ____
not large; get them at once, if you want any. $2.00 $1.50 $1.00 kind for _______________________*____SOc
$1.50 kind for ________________$1.00
45x36 Pillow Cases, 25c. kind for ____________19c $1.00 kind for ____________________________80c MEN'S WORK SHIRTS50c. -

45x36 Pillow Cases, 22/c. kind for _________17c COAT SUITS AND HATS- kind for _____________________________40c
42x36 Pillow Cases, 20c kind for ____________15c Many kinds of Heavy Winter Goods and Hats will .
42x36 Pillow Cases, 15c. kind for ___________12c be sold at any price, no reasonable offer will be MEN'S HEAVY UNDERWEAR
refused. SOc. kind for _______________-________ ---40c
42x3 Pillow Cases, 12c. kind for _::_________lOc

OUTING FLANNEL12 12c. kind for ____________________09c
kind for ________________i___
c. kind for ___________________________lOc Special Nainsook finish, 12Vfcc. kind for _____09c $1.00 -------- 75c

lOc. kind for _____________________________08c Hope Muslin, lOc. kind for ________________08c SILK HOSE-
Ginghams, lOc. kind for ___________________08c $1.00 kind for -------------------_____________75c '
POPLINS25c. Ginghams, 12V c. kind for _________________lOc SOc kind for -----------______________ ;___40c
and 35c kind for _______________________19c Percales, 12V c. kind for ___________________lOc 35c. kind for _________________________ i___25c

Sale began Monday morning, January llth at 7 o'clock t.

And will continue as long as there is anything lett. .

t F N": :B 0c r ci :in.: a :ia ? O 1O6 R1ANDO Orange av

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RAILWAYS IN THE STRICKEN' Another of Huerta's daughters has

: OPERA HOUSEMatinee DISTRICT ARE ALL married a general, but if Huerta expects -

USELESS to be restored to power he ORLANDO ROOFING
I should get a few private soldiers into

and Night According to the Rome correspondent the family. i AND
of the Daily News, there is still i ij fc
< no news from Avezzano, which is reported - -----j SHEET METAL CO.
Monday Jan. IS Here are bargains direct from
razed to the ground.
the owner it will pay you to t.
The railways in the stricken district I -
look into
are well night useless, the Daily : Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
:TCob1.Lrn s Mail's correspondent says, as the' No 1 ,

GREATER I Ir bridges and tunnels were destroyedand 2-acre farm just over city and Rubber Roofings 1
the tracks broken and covered limits, 120 fruit trees, mostly 1

: : STEELS: I with debris. The highways are impassable bearing 1000 plant pinery, cov- Cornices, Sk}lights. Heating, Ventilating, MelM Ceilings
owing to the heavy snow- \ered, and in bearing; 6-room .
.I nearly bungalow, mostly
Bigger Better Than Ever. 30 People. Band and Orchestra. fall.The I new Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
officials in Rome make no ef- furnished new; stable, hen
Everything New Every Season. Beautiful Scenic Ensemble.
I fort to estimate the extent of the j I house. Well fenced and good soil.

"NEPTUNE'S PALACE LAND OF THE NY ADS"I I damage in the provinces, the corre- j A dandy little fruit and poultry ..
all I .
spondent says. They are bending farm. Price $1500.00.No.
(At the Bottom of the Sea.) Six Big Minstrel Vaudeville Acts'I their energies to hasten the work of 2 IMMMMMMIMMMMMBY '. .. .
including the IMPERIAL MUSICAL HUSSARS and the scream- relief. lot
On Lakeview avenue, one SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT
ing Farce The loss of life in the vicinity of 100x620; 40 young fruit trees,

"PACIFICATING MEXICANNO"Featuring Rome, it is estimated, by the Daily $650.00. Would sub-divide into
Mail's correspondent, is about 100. 4 or 5 lots, and bring three LUCERNE Saturday C NIGHT lanuarj 23id
Those Merriest Men of Modern Minstrelsy CHARLEY A dispatch from Rome to the Daily times this. THEA TR EThe ONLY J
GANO and NICODEMUS GLYNN The Great Big Fun Show. Street News give the following official No. 3

Parades and Band Concerts Daily. statement issued there regarding the 4 lots in Oakwood Park, Society Event of the Theatrical Seasoji
J Matinee SOc., Children 25c. earthquake:
PRICES fenced in together, covered with
| Night, 5cHammond., 7Sc., $1.00. "The district of Sulmona is badly 60 4-year old fruit trees.I I ENGLISH

damaged, and the victims are numer- Would make a little chicken and BOSTON OPERA COMPANY
ous. Twenty persons were killed and each
i fruit place; price $120.00 ,
.- many injured at Vilalago. Rescue ,or $400.00 for all. I In a Master Production of the World's Favorite pera-
work has been started at Popoli and No.4 I VERDI'S BEAUTIFULILTROVATORE1
r Pentina, where houses are dam-
many 2 blocks fromP.
1 lot, 58x150,
aged. O. in Winter Park. This is '
Gore "The damage is extensive at Aquila
right in town, has 18 large fruit
and Isola Delliri and other
seven I I trees; well fenced. Will pay 20
small towns in the province of Rome.I t
I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL I "The village of Sora has been razed per$500.00.cent. on the investment at'

to the ground. I No.5 With the Most Remarkable Cast of Stars Ever Heard in

VALUES LOW PRICES I. "At Sulmona church the and barracks houses, St.Dominic's I 10 acres on lake front in Chu-4 English Opera, including

COMPARE ;,collapsed, while others many threaten to Iluota luota,, fine fine for for fruit vegetables and veget-and 1 i JOSEPH F. SHAN[ AlUERIC TENOR' GREATEST

fall."Loss ables, ,
OUR FURNITUREWe I of life is feared at Chieti, $600.00No.
I I Teramo and other towns in Abruzzi. MIRTH CARMEN
I The nicest 3-acre young grove HAROLD J. GElS ARTHUR DEANE
provide the quality of furniture that has long .in Florida, located on the new HENRI DeVAREEWILLIAM EVLINE VAN AERNAM
been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
DEATH OF J. W. BINGHAM brick street, Central avenue. HAMILTON WILLIAM YOUNG
standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It I 6-room bungalow with all mod- ELAINE DeSELLEM CLARK HARCOURT
wouldn't here it otherwise. We ca 't make
were 'In the midst of life we are in ,ern improvements; garage, hen GRACE DOXSEE AND OTHERS
this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stonesof
death," is an adage that was made i house, etc.
I this business, and that means much to any buyer. I profoundly manifest here Thursday This place is a dandy, and will The Superb Boston English Opera Chorus,

I afterrnoon, when Rev. James W. Bing pay big interest on the invest- and Augmented Orchestra Under

McNEftL\ & DAVIS BLOCK, afternoon, when Rev. James W.I ment at $5,000.00.No. Direction of Basil Harsfall.The .
I Bingham, presiding elder of the 7
: I Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St. Orlando Ha. Gainesville district, Florida confer- t 1 lot, 86x210 on Lake Lucerne, most finished and artistic performance of 'IlTrovatorc'

J I ence, Methodist Episcopal church,130 young fruit treeh, beautiful ever taken on Tour," is the verdict of Press and Public.
. 1 south, was called to his reward after I shade. This is a beauty and a
I an illnes of less than two hours duration. bargain. PRICES
.-Gainesville Sun. These are my own, you pay no

no commission. I can give reas-:;: : SOc., 75c., $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00
CITY GOT $1 YESTERDAY onable terms if desired.
Get Your JOB PRINTING Call and talk it over. :'! : Seats will be placed on sale at DeLaney's Drug Store,

Aubray Kelley was fined $1 in police L. H. SPENCER i! ; Monday morning, January 18. *

THE SENTINEL court yesterday for violating "I 733 West Central Ave.

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of 40 Beautiful Residence PlotsIN


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([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 i

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 1

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

Country Clubs in this country will show that land along the route enhances in value faster than elsewhere. 1 1i

:' .1f. I'Ii' We have only 40 of these plots left. You can
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.,. i your own Price and on Terms to suit You.

",. ;"x' : . "'; {J' . ; I This is a rare opportunity and a splendid chance to make money. III

; a II FREE AUTOS will leave State Bank corner to take you out and bring you back. To walk
take North Orange Avenue to Concord Street.-Concord Street to Lake Dot, only two blocks
WATSON STREET, ORANGE PARK from Lake Dot. It will be a pleasant afternoon for you,COME OUT.

At this Sale---Capt. Norton Millerwill i

: give away hundreds of beautiful presents such as woven tapestries,50x80,handsome imported i i i ;
silk velvor rugs, dainty French pearl necklaces,with solid gold attachments; wonderful hand I'' v f :
hammered brass placques; elegant imported chocolate sets, dresser sets, cake sets,berry sets and i! #'
nut sets. Choice silverware,such as olive dishes and fork; individual salt castors;fern dishes and I. ..i.?
air fern; sugar and cream sets, and a lot of the daintiest night lamps made. I
All these presents we give away whether you buy or not.. Come out and see the fun and get I,
one of them.ORLANDO I'
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BAND will give a Band Concert at State Bank ; t

Corner, between 1.30 and 2.30 each day of the sale. j e

There is nothing better for We have location-quality-re- _
investment or homes in Orlando. ; :--F
strictions-elevation and good soil. Go out and see it. It won't cost you anything and you are '
welcome whether you buy or not. The Colonial Land Co. (owners of this property),have a record ''
or success and square dealing for many years,and are open for investigation. ; COLONIAL DRIVE-FRONT OF ORANGE PARKColon.ial

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o'clock 10 at 1915 ,27th January !date the Remember dangerous. are Delays ACT. TO TIME THE IS NOW
while short a within( value in double will it property this in Invest it. about friends your tell Come SALE. BIG this( /
toattend( ladies the to extended is INVITATION SPECIAL A proposition. the beat cannot you INVESTMENT or HOME a
payments.For deferred on cash for given, be will discount liberal A interest. legal with Months Twelve
and Six in balance Cash One-Third of Terms on by-bid or reserve without sale absolute bidder highest the to sold be will property beautiful This

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j beau- these of Many date.above the on auction public at them sell and Tracts Acreage and Lots Residence into same divide
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Plant Early Grape Fruit and Make Money I' .

Conner Prolific Grape Fruit is the Only

. Early V-SLriety I

No Nursery tree is first-class unless it is budded from bearing trees ofa known

quality and quantity of production. .

I. In Dollars and Cents EARLY GRAPEFRUIT I

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'. : five seasons, as sold by the Florida Citrus Exchange, has aver

f aged growers for all grapefruit, including culls, shipped in plain
..... 4. boxes, $2.18 per box, f.o.b. shipping point, while oranges, includ-
ing all grades and all varieties, have averaged over the same period

S. 5: Uj! ir ,,-; $1.65 per box f.o. b., a five year record.

2 In dollars and cents early Grapefruit far in the lead. ,
Shipments made in October and November, which is the early
season afforded by Conner Prolific Grapefruit have averaged
$2.78 per box for all Grapefruit shipped. Midseason: to late
t r1,5 grapefruit has averaged $2.34 per box f.o.b., showing a balancein
favor of the Conner Prolific Grapefruit variety of 44c. per box
r f.o.b., for every box shipped of early Grapefruit.

rt t THESE ARE TilE REASONS why we advise :you to plant
early Grapefruit. Nearly the entire area planted in Central and
South Florida on both the East and West Coasts for five years,
has been planted to late varieties of Grapefruit and Oranges.It .
is not hard to figure out what will happen to the producers of t
late varieties of Grapefruit and Oranges in the future when
their product is placed on the market in competition with can-
taloupes, strawberries and all kinds of fresh fruits that are pro-
J duced in the north and placed on the northern markets to be soldin .
Jt Jt T 3 competition with their shipments.

When Early Grapefruit goes to market in October and November -
t ripe. luscious and fit to eat, as Conner Prolific variety
t 41 will be at this season there is nothing to compete with it. Can-
k taloupes are gone, apples are not yet ripe, and it is the best fruit
t tr fi a obtainable. That is the reason why early Grapefruit brings a
[ ? big price. Government supervision will rule the shipment of
fruit from Florida after the season of 1914-15, and you may dePend -
f CONNOR PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT, 4 YEARS OLD, ON ROUGH LEMON STOCK upon it that early Grapefruit will not be hampered by
f -- ___ shipments of green unpalatable stuff, as has been the rule in
the past; therefore. prices should be better than ever before,
and we advise you with all heartiness and with all good will and
; wishes for your prosperity to plant the Conner Prolific Grape.
The OMAHA NURSERIES do not Produce Alone !I
Grapefruit fruit and be sure of something staple in the way of returns. Keep
out of competition with the 'other fellow as much as you can.
Far from it. All varieties that will produce Money Making Conner Prolific Grapefruit is perfect on all classes of soil and on
both rough lemon and sour orange stock. You can produce good
,R crops and that will afford fruit for the proper season of ship- color in October and November on high land with Conner Prolific .
Grapefruit on lemon stock and on hammock lands and flat-
ment of the highest quality are produced in the Ocklawaha woods lands in all parts of the state you can produce a fruit that
has no equal in the world on sour orange stock. Recommendedfor
; Nurseries. all sections, and endorsed by the Bureau of Pomology, and
guaranteed by us to be strictly Al in every particular.
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propagation from absolutely all bearing trees and : \ "*"'. ( r ". .

the best selection of branches from those treesare

producing orange and grapefruit trees that are worth more .
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money to the grower as a start for a money-making grove than I

anything else possible for them to obtain in Florida. ,

We claim and can substantiate that no tree propa- I
gated Or budded from any other source is> a first- I ,

class tree. In order to get the quality you must
have the start from parentage that is unquestionedThis wR M I

the Ocklawaha Nurseries provide and by that mean offer I
every opportunity for success to the planter of new groves. It I
costs you, maybe, a hundred, or may a hundred and fifty dollars '= : i
more for a thousand trees grown in this way, but in ten years .
the saving effected will double this sum many times, and you can ,
well afford to spend this small difference in the cost of your !
trees than you can afford to lose the ultimate benefit that you .1.r I II
had planned to gain from your grove. Buy Ocklawaha Nursery II I .
Stock and know that your trees are right. Refuse to accept any I
trees produced without a parentage, a pedigree, a source and a
right to your every confidence, and that means that you will
come to the Ocklawaha Nurseries where the very best serviceis

afforded you and after that you can cultivate your grove with CONNER PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT. 4 YEARS OLD, ON SOUR ORANGE STCCK
confidence in the outcome of your efforts.
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I another pic Lucille clasped her hands delightedly I you in the open boat. It is no quarter i saw a tail, souit-er" iiiirniiit-|'..ifif r stairway appearing to end at the second -
AWAITING FAMOUS !| her horror pop. her eyes twin stars of delight at from now on. I shall have no mercy smoking a cigar. DIM eyes taMent-U flight To ber left was a living

I poignantly the perfect working out of her dif hereafter." I will know that you are upon a squad of blu't.'oatt'polil'"w..n room into which she was ushered.

Tampa Prepares For of Manila; of ficulties. Working at night; there could only safe when you are dead. edging their way from the rear of the Again the woman pressed a bell
to death be but scant chance for Loubeque'srecognlzing throng into tbe exact ("t>nter. 'The "You will want tea and cakes. J
Of Ye Mystic lie rose and motioned to the chair, some
Gasparllla I I shipwreck; her her. if be retained his an ominousness in word and gesture wondered. she said quietly.
with every secretive habits and it was usually at which compelled obedience. Fascinated Lucille tripped: down the .:. n pl.-ink I Loci!: turned" at a suggestive clink of
with the girl nighttime that be the deck Once more the man w h., I. ut ..u--.l china. heard
Tampa Pla. Jan. pared panic strh-Keii. she obeyed while 'I She had no one enter the
the Taxied beauties and i bring back and left his rabin alollXo jMisitioo from hH KKket he drew a Ions/ loop the oath lifted his cign: Fame a quick room. yet In the shadows, she saw an ,
11 ue carried; could more adequately bare given her upheaval in the throu HIP spy stitil' attentive butler holding the tea
Southern of tine cord which be l round about her tray
ae-ttropic I ed to himself then ni"J .-vv.inl the
an opportunity to !"t'ln"1the manscabin wrists and :ankles then strapped her while tbe uystrrious' veiled woman
daythereI for tbe stolen documents and plank. lie looked dow .u HJXJ.I tJ.... tort." u: 'j The moved toward
well, the tenth annual securely in the -hair. lie stood off a 'I' poured. man her
Mystic Krewe of Gasparilla I the two in pai ers. moment regarding; his f indiwork. of men surrounding ilislip of a _irl. I moved silently swiftly surely. There

t one of the fiercest pirates \ to her that The thought of it fairly took away then moved toward the (tr..you surrounding; her so _1.\ she "as, hidden was something about his manner, his
I end of their her breath was still! all dominant ill from sight Tl.c i l'ul icemen were !i. perfection strikingly reminiscent of
history, will be held in I see I have been prepared f'jLthe, visit.
February 12 to 16. : torments she her mind while she listened to the he murmured] -1 will jn ;ie a little fighting their way to the !hip Came I i iscream I some one she had seen before.Thompsonr .
a swaying Eteward's instructions. She saw in a woman'.uit-v. l.. ut*>que I I I she gasped. "Thomp
log a host of health and while, so! don't IK worried-this time.
made her that her aboard bent forward. his knuckles showing a :'i You here! What doing
era from the "frigid mediately position| im.1 Tbe door closed IKhind him. son are you
\ strive to hide blue whiteness from the fierceness of '
little of the ;
more a jest
northern boundary line thin A scant quarter of an bour thatto hereYes.
dise of Flowers. It is The exclama master for sbe had little to do !: her was interminable and the his grip upon the liner'-! rail. I Miss Love! Thank year I am
which bit of about the saloons, and. '-Help help! Cap'- I Mr. Miss Love!
pected that all attendance I a dusting spy returned the smile still playing employed by Lonbeque
Florida events will be I that she had in the event of storms keeping tbe captain I about tbe corners of his mouth a smile The officers whirled l in the directionof Thank your: *
instinctive ef for the girl's voice. The crowd of meu And then she understood
the five-day period of on tbe bridge protracted that matched i-oorly the agate expres- gradually
the visitors will be against a bale stretches fetching him hot tea. She sion of bis cotJ eyes lie untied the jammed closer. resisting without the knew who had stolen the papers tress
among itself
bles of America and and laughed With him at her position when cords that had bound her watching her appearance of resistance the shouldersof :
a second she showed herself before him in a the law. From ouu-ide tbe jam I
curiously as she chafed tbe blood back
President Wilson is
bold was filled natty white duck suit which made her I to ber band darted a woman clad in deep mourn- I gq-.
ing urged to attend. bales top- slender fragility more apparent and "Yes." he answered her unspoken ing. Easily the throng of men gave 1
The twelve counties thundering more appealing than ever. way before her. Her arms were about _.
to their question you may go now. 1 do not 4f
Florida, owing saw plainly That very evening she found the care any more whether you heed my the neck of tbe girl who had screamed ,
sources have weathered!! popping suit international smothering her lips with kisses. .. >,.. j.
resulting from occupied by the spy. warning or not. You have chosen to S .r .
s depression Lonbeque showed himself at night not continue tbe war. I merely wish you -My poor. dear sister: she sobbed gtv
outbreak of the a box that long after tbe middle watch, his tall to know what it mean to yon. I have uncontrollably her arms about Lu-

financial regulation at for a pyra- form smothered in a long ulster the made nrnmsrmrnts that will look to Cille's waist bearing her through the : I

a magnificent manner $ nct the sailor upturned collar of which concealedmost your bviii: ar .il for in San Francisco, crowd of men. I
the general demand for and reached of his features from sight. She so the end d this trip menus nothing The captain stood' at Loubeqne's elbow -!

a "prosperity felt his noticed the bulldog grip with which beheld to yon f;.arl! nlsht. Hiss Lucille his face troubled The policemen ,
These counties appear wrists. Then the cigar between his teeth its Love. fought their way to the center of the j

tage during the month of she would glowing; end revealing tbe flame in It was si' though his mockery his group to find no woman there Their jj j

which festivities of the through that his deep set eyes. She knew the ten- gibing t<>i.e-. were plant; bands againsther leader a sergeant' stepped toward the +I

fruit and vegetable up to the deck sion under which he labored was prob chest puaiiins: her through; the door I captain. -
are at their heights and I and breathless, ably due to the disquieting news be and upon the dock "You sent a wireless. sir. regarding; ; a

greeting to the visiting whistling had received at the last moment regarding His threat" of looking after her at the young woman" .

be "Depression is an I more breath- her escape. end of the voyajie-his mockery-she i The captain turned to Loubeque, hisi

rience here." Every night at exactly the same time must appeal to strong bands now. i eyes threatening. j

rills Carnival will be over his he came out upon the deck. and for She could not imagine how. in a free "The girl." be demanded. "1V bat ha:: ji

grander scale than he scanned the two nights Lucille tried to bolster up country, be could do anything. Still i become of"- i

honor of the annual was arrayed. her courage sufficiently to enter the she knew Huso; Loubeque and the Hugo Loubeque lazily pointed his

roads and steamship made a friend stateroom but always tbe sound of knowledge terrified her. She decidedto cigar toward a black high powered

ed extremely low rates pressed her that ominous steady step on the deck rely upon her women's fragility to I motorcar leaping out into the city's
other places in South dissuaded her. On the fourth night she gain the master's sympathy. She had I street 1

points east of the you found me felt herself trembling with subconscious reached this conclusion as the astonished Tbe insane girl?" he smiled "I believe t 1J

from some points west I then as knowledge that tonight was to captain looked at her wan. miserable I saw' her step into that machine : J
More than a century no. Please be tbe time when she made her attempt face when be answered ber captain." i
and his crew held forth Consciously she was positive knocking. The sergeant waited curiously. ,

well fortified mansion \ his bead a she could not force herself to do it. but Swiftly, the words tumbling over one Knowing there was something between'

Isle which lies just IN his eyes. Lu- something from within impelled her another in the nerve racking strain of the two men. scenting the atmosphereof J
from which they sallied lost and In- feet in tbe opposite direction from that trying to convince the man of the un- hatred he waited.

of treasure ships and the next best taken by tbe spy. At the door of the believable things she had gone throughat "No use now. sergeant. sighed Thompson.her .

many of whom were to her. stateroom she halted. Loubeque was the spy's hands she poured out her Lucille'a frieml.Something .

captive. Just once did ( bring the capo moving toward her silent imperturbable whole story. Slowly under the spell told Lucille as she stoodat father's safe realized how com- 1.

ture into Tampa's bay me be- I grim a fearsome figure. Two of an obvious sincerity she saw he the ship's rail that trouble awaited pletely they bad all been fooled by this
nothing more than a bells sounded. Lucille watched the cunning servant
not ask you was convinced. her once her feet were set upon the
then-but they were aboard and- spy. IIis habits were remarkably wharf. And her hand closed about "Go awayr she muttered brokenly.

quick retreat by the her lips qutek- regular in their very irregularity. For the diary hidden in the bosom of ber "Go away! I can't bear to look at
Fort another bell be would not return to his CHAPTER XIV. you!"
son known as of avarice
dress the diary she had read so many
of stateroom.. Lucille Finds a Friend. "Yes. miss. Thank your
hardy soldiers some After
a sea times she knew it well nigh by heart
In the War of 1812 briefly and Sbe turned the knob and entered summoned a steward and dis- the diary with its tale of gigantic When she looked up he had disappeared .

Seminole Indians put i closing the door softly. It would be a HE patched him for Loubeque. de- power and unscrupulousness in the accomplishment .

flight without a battle. regret at her simple place to search, the furniture manding an answer. Evidently of one purpose the de- Swiftly she gathered herself together.

der of Fort Brook not all along that being scanty and Loubeque traveling the spy had been waiting struction of her father. What chance Such childish tricks must not be permitted .
without much luggage. some such thing for he appeared quite to shatter her for
tor followed the refrained tin did the honest simple minded captain courage even
and returned by whit explana- Swiftly she worked turning everything promptly his face worn and harried. have 'what chance did the officers ofa an Instant She slipped stealthily to

the waters being In jrecb event. upside down and carefully layIng He started violently at seeing Lucille mere municipality have when they the door through which she had enter-
back over the all signs of her search afterward. then took both her hands In his own ed the house. In the ball she looked
come change on opposed themselves to one who over
end patted' them soothingly his voice cautiously about then put her foot
out. For ten
going thought her on threw nations and their rulers by the
figures of the the cajoling one with which one soothesa upon the stairs and proceeded to move
ghostly money verified lifting of his hand?
fallen and taken child The captain's stern countenance to the first flight Midway, she was
upon that she Her steps were laggard as she marched
of .ti'i"'r. had fallen. and the good man paralyzed into inactivity by finding the
the cause peace of tbe mag- down the plank. Almost Imme-
looked rather foolish. stairs to be in motion.
not in the quest for She knew diately she felt a pressing forward in
"IF "Mr. Loubeque." he began abruptly Horror seized her. Then once more
of !
The landing be tempted the fore ranks of the crowd a pressIngCorward
almost "this youn lady has made complaintto she braced herself. Only another trick
fore become as the mar- that tended in her direction.She I
that have threatened her of Loubeque's it was. The stairs
the.children of me you
among Likewise looked about her and found aman's
landing of DeSoto. ; with death. Have you anything to seemed to fold up within themselveslike
unwise under face staring into hers from every -
during the <' say?" a miniature escalto. They grew
trayed any one direction. There was no enmityon
nival is one of the she possessed B 'f("ertainly I shall be more than those faces. They were not brutal, steady once more and tbe girl looked

cial events of the This much pleased to look after her if the poor not even evil But there was a fixed about an unfurnished room of stone
child! has escaped the surveillance of walls. But she did not see these walls
Owing to the (" the captain purposefulness about them, a grim regard -
the monster carnival ' to her, followed her relatives No friend could do less I of her that told her instinctively I' did not mark the lack of decorations
number of allegorical frowning black- the spy answered suavely and he they were the minions of Hugo Lou- or furniture in the room for a company I
touched his hand to his bead. of men formed a crescent facing
parades will twinkle in his lightly; beque. Yet not a hand was laid upon
this year, and | to discern. I The captain nodded and Lucille. see- her not a voice lifted. She tried to her, one tall figure-that of Loubeque-

marvelous beauty with murder I Ins now the maddeningly unbelievable force her wny forward but a steady I standing apart from the rest. Immovable -

:Maneuvers by board my boat quality of the story she bad told re- resistance met ber Then just as a silent

flights,. regattas day you understand pa rdinz her adventures felt hot rage heavily veiled woman pressed toward The solitary figure lifted his band.A

works displays in I ; irons and turn fairly burning her up. She sprang at I her with eyes that glittered a menace Then frozen with terror though she ,

a beautiful exhibition at Saa the captain taking his coat in her matching poorly the affectionate pose was, Lucille saw that each figure was
da products on the ya hands and shaking him fiercely. of her form. Lucille lifted her voice swathed In a black robe and that a II

and other features her, an Im "I am not Insane-it's the truth only to have her appeal smothered by plain silk mask of black covered every

for the entertainment altogether s every word"*-she sobbed then lifting the fierce embrace of the woman who face. Masks through which threatening

The carnival will She drew eyes in which the clear light of sanity continually referred to Lucille as "her eyes glared out upon her masks so

Southern Europe in (' his eyes w A glowed nnmNtakably. "Captain. I poor sister." light they flattened against the wear

in splendor, and in her own. swear to you that every word is true" I She did not know how it was worked er's features with hideous significance.

well cared for by the 't- intpnd doinG! Y The captain turned from one to the but the crowd of men opened readily Slowly the company passed ber,
retorted bold other In the very extremity of perplex. for the escort and herself-not only pausing before her to peer narrowlyinto

I j woman they ity. Finally he nodded to Loubeque opened but assisted them along their hlr! face as though impressing her

in the }w 'i r that he might leave and. with a slow way. The door of a great limousine every feature Indelibly upon their

tried to stab smile, the spy turned away. stood open before her. Swiftly sbe minds. When she regained her powersof

SUNDAY siioRY and was suspi "Young lady. the captain said "you was hustled into the car and before observation the line had passed

behind the will resume your duties for tonight her companion had closed the door tbe had paused and disappeared. look-

gun when and in the morning will see that you car shot forward gaining speed with ed about her.

Anybody would are properly clothed. I will Immediately every rod. She was alone.

same thing and send a wireless to the authoritiesin The futility of further resistance

I I would never OY San Francisco and see that you are made her sink back against the cushions (Gotin.ed in S.nday'. Sentinel)
over to those met by them at the pier. No harman sick with apprehension of what

come to you from this man. You was to come a dull apathy gradually W. C. T. U. NOTES
Disappeared. understand why I am unable to do closing about her and soothing her

\ about true." he more for you. I"- tired eyes. After all. she had known
The Woman's Christian
Ton come --_. Lucille extended ber hand grasping that Hugo Loubeque would be able to Temper
; why djdn.t his firmly and meeting the troubled I I do as he-said ance Union has the promise of lion.

me when you His Tall Form Was Ulster.Smothered In an eyes of tbe man with her own her ,. Tbe car leaped like a living thing Jos. G. Camp of Georgia, for Tues

you expect Is own eyes, in which glowed gratitudeand I I through the streets of the city and day at 7:30 p. m., at the First Methodist -
Her fear of being caught had completely confidence and truth. And In that then doubled upon its tracks so that church. We consider ourselves

The Girl of I \ because the faded before the urge of finding hand clasp the pair cemented a common II she might have no chance to place cer- very fortunate to secure Mr. Campas :;

is an the papers. From place to place careful union against any enemy. : tain sites and gain some idea thereby
he is much in demand. lion. Clark
do anything as any French detective thorough S a a a sHugo i what ber ultimate destination was.
7Jy mean nago and keen as though she had been a Loub"questood a little apart Lucille studied her captor from under Howell, of the Atlanta Constitution, t

} spoke with thief all her life. Lucille worked. As from the eager passengers gathered atI I] cover of ber heavy lashes. She could calls him "the South's most finished

\\ .they searched she went through tbe last of the spy'spersonal the rail watching the giant harbor of I see but little of the face for the heavy orator." We trust every one will

tened me so I belongings a little sob of disappointment the Golden Gate creeping about them, I mourning veil swathing it. She only hear Mr. Camp on "The Great American , I
want him and broke from I made out that she appeared apathetic.
:.,,..&-., 1914. encircling them. Challenge; A Fight to a Fnish;
\rdhe mustn't the very heart of her and halted at I disinterested now her portion of the
rights reserved To others the sight meant home but The American King."
For hand the work assigned to her bad been carriedthrough. J
Kanafactnrini ) into his face her lips. a was rattling to Loubeque it meant bitterness. galLIt I
On Tuesday afternoon at the Methodist -
knob turning It slowly slowly. It seemed a characteristic
had been ,
now exhibiting meant the country that :
leading theater tsage when we "Ah!"' murmured Loubeque silkily "! his but which had cast him forth an ,I attitude of all who worked for the church, Mrs Geo. E. Macy will i

be vigorously 'I qI thought I could not be mistaken in our unworthy son unfit to be Its citizen. man. They were but cogs In a vast hold her. first evangelistic meeting.

I vacant young little steward: Hut why. my dear Ills eyes fastened morosely upon the machine responsive to the master's Mrs. Macy is our newly elected evan I

I child did you wait so long to pay a slender, pretty slip of a girl clinging: to touch. gelistic superintendent but needs no
W"k. be a cabin visit to such an old acquaintance? Why tbe rail her lips parted as she watchedthe Only at the end of their drive. when introduction. It is expected that Mr.
Vtr she sng. such disregard for the ordinary amount dock black with eager friends and the chauffeur opened the door did the
Camp will arrive in time to address
A Pretty ashl woman speak.
*".g master of friendship relatives coming closer closer. I
the ,. bet "Any attempt to would be this meeting.Our .
AMID vent escape
gave Slowly without removing the cigar Then a slow crunching as the great
C gines the tharoUed. j down from his mouth. he moved toward her. ship swung into her moorings. Hugo quite useless" she said in a dull franchise department of W. C.

part of tbe hateful smile still upon his lips. Loubeque slowly lifted the clear from I mechanical tone of voice. "If you are T. U. is rejoicing over the "majorityvote"

I lesser one>areL ""By He seated' himself and studied her bis mouth and waved it in a deliberate wise you will not make the situation in congress last week. To the
terrible creaking : 1 any more difficult for yourself by being
gtraljrhteil carefull speculatively.Lucille. its
out circle that ended with tip pointing I foolish." popular marching song, "It's Been a
vibrations :: 11(. mf the ." be said slowly "1 saw toward the slender pirl He caught
b I As the motorcar ceased purring at Long Way to Tipperary" they are
was { bas had you on tbe deck saw you go into the her eves and smiled at the expression
under the..Jlng the curb the woman pressed the doorbelL singing "It's Been a Long Way to
they were &1y8. hold. sane you when the captain came of terror, of fear la them as he saw
in the he 8d< Came a scuffling along the Woman's Suffrage . .But We're Almost
alone here th mock to you. have watched you all the time. she had marked his gesture. I 11&11.1 I IUM ,
her yi a shadow fluttered there a second<< ,
Terror beset "Y cabin Do you know wby I did not give you Came a crowding; forward in the center i There.
scamper**! about ene> away? It wa because! I wanted to af the throng upon the deck. The door swung open. f.nciKe.: stepped iJ I The W. C. T. U. can boast of a
dreadful ." you steward :J across the threshold with her captor ]
a know exactly where yon were all the gangplank! thrust its nose out. out. until ', 'ladies': quartette recently organized;
one 1n.ret. surprised to see no one hi sight Apparently -
paper being run Oe time. because I wanted tbe feel of my it rested" the dock. Some of
Mrs. Geo. Macy Mrs. Bert 1... Blair
pass the door bad opened of its I
cf boarding.But : ructions 1 have waited for about in
finger you. the looked surprise
always duties a,. I upon passengers own volition. Before ber was a straight Mrs. Dewitt, and Mrs. Lumpus, with
this moment. You recall what I told at sound of a guttural oath. They I

Mrs. Newell pianist. 1 1rp 1I I

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President Wilson And Other Distin- i
guished Men Being Urged To
carry the Largest Stock of Seed in j

Tampa Fla.. Jan. -.-Bringing to "Country Club Car Service"LEAVES
for the Celebra-
Orange County. Agents mind the romantic days of more than a

ted National Guano Fertilizers REFUGEES FROM BELGIUMIN century ago when bloodthirsty pirates, .

NEUTRAL COUNTRY headed by such daring sea rovers as EMPIRE AND SAN JUAN 9 A.M. AND 2 PjStT
Captain Kidd LaFitte and Gasparilla

206 So. Orange Ave. SETTLING RAPIDLYOne infested the Gulf Coast of Florida and RETURN FROM: COUNTRCLUB 12.30 PJVI. and 5.30 P.M.t
the Spanish Main, the cosmopolitan

Town Newly Founded Holds people of Tampa are making elaborate Service from any Hotel in the City by calling PHONE 31.
preparations for holding the tenth annual

MM MMM MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMw'I Population of 13,000-A Gasparilla Carnival, named for ROUND TRIP $1.00. FARE ONE WAY 50c.
Burgomaster Presides one of the most daring and cruel of

I Painting and Decorating Over Each Town the pirate clan, and which rivals the -- - -- .
New Orleans Mardi Gras in magnificence
with many amusement features

Amsterdam, Jan. 15.-All over peculiar to the semi-tropics added. The

Have your house painted now and save money. southern Holland new towns are aris- dates of the Carnival are February 12
to 16, inclusive and an attendance of
Years of trying and now can paint your house and give ing. They are the homes of the clus- 100.000 people from all sections of the
ters of Belgian refugees. The larg- Union is expected. The lowest rail }
you' four years' guarantee. Leave one-third of money
est of these places boasts a popula- road rates ever offered will be in force ,
with you for that time. I put on paper that will stay on. tion of 13,000, while another has 10- from all points east of the Mississippiriver.

Work the best and prices the cheapest. Estimates free. 1 n 0 .
Address GIBBS, MAGNOLIA HOUSE'IIIIIIIIII"IIIIIIIIIII 000.I have recently taken a trip to this Monster pageants, in which floatsof
amazing beauty will be entered;
refugee village of 13,000 men women
" 'I'II'IIIIIIIIIIII'IIII' flower parades and street dancing iu
and children, and many odd sides of which thousands of children and

life are to be found there. grown-ups, including Tampa's Amen

IIIIIIIII'II'IIII'IIIIII'IIIIIIII'IIIIII'IIIIIIII' The new Belgian town is near Har- can. Spanish, Cuban Italian and German

derwijk in Gelderland. It is built on citizens, will participate, aero-

the wind-swept, heather-grown moor- plane nights. maneuvers of warships 7
TO THE PUBLICI in the barber, yacht races, day and
land. Every building is of wood and I night fireworks displays along the ce- C. E. Thomas Nurseries
the whole is enclosed by a city wall II ment-paved boulevard that traversesthe

of good strong barbed wire-to make most beautiful bay in America, ; Can give immediate delivery on all sizes of

the job of policing it easier. I balls in the ,various foreign clubs, music I :k Grapefruit and Orange Trees. Our trees have

The wooden buildings, which have by the best bands of this countryand been budded from selected fruit bearing
have the honor to offer for jour approval on been constructed by the hospitable Cuba and a Garden of Eden exhi- trees.

Dutch government, are little better bition of Florida fruits, flowers and We guarantee every tree we ship to be first- \
vegetables on the court house squarein
than sheds but they have double Tampa are among the many amuse- class nursery stock, true to name, and, if

Saturday Jan. 23rdTHE walls covered with a kind of rain- ment features to be offered the visit properly set, we guarantee every tree to
Evening, : proof asbestos and are stout and ser- ors. Everything will be absolutely p grow or to replace same without cost.

FAMOUS viceable. Two hundred and fifty per- free and preparations have already If you are looking for first-class nursery

sons lodge in each "apartment house," been made to properly care for thousands stock, do not fail to send for our latest catalogue

there being a room to each five resi- in the big hotels, boardinghouses which is yours for the asking. .
The and private homes of the city.
Coof o
English Opera dents. Huge stoves give a good heat I During the month of February win ,

and keep them warm and cosy. ter winds blow in every other state

( 45 People) The town, for better policing, is divided -. and section, but then South Florida,
o further by barbed wire into, arrayed in a garb of green, appears
three parts. Hussars guard the lines, to best advantage.
is being shipped to the Northern markets -
of wire inside and out. Not all the I
"IL TROVATORE. : early vegetables are going; out
fugitives are properly appreciative of i daily by the train load, hordes of tours -
what is done for them and disorders: ists are enjoying life in all the small

make it necessary from time to time! cities and towns and particularly r HNURSETampa :

to shut up a culprit in one of the two, along the Gulf Coast, and joy reigns
sheds "Caledonia" for the.. supreme among all classes. To entertain
No Doubt You Know prison -
these visitors Tampans have for ''"'w '
men, or "The Congo" for the women.
years held this annual carnival which
These stand in the middle of the town I has bigger and batter each sea NURSERIES AT/INTER/ N&LEE3BURGFLA.
grown ;
it is not my policy to play to road attractions, but I and have an especially formidable

learned that owing to a misunderstanding Orlando was wall of barber wire all their own. son.Since the Spanish-Amercian War

about to lose this attraction. It is Tampa has doubtless entertained a
so seldom that we The Dutch government appoints a I
larger number of famous American .
have an opportunity to get anything like this that I felt o burgomaster for each of the refugee statesmen and foreign ambassadors .: '- jt; 1 k _...I

o, towns, although there is a measure! than any Southern city and many will ,
IT WAS MY DUTY TO SECURE ITI of "home rule." Below the burgo attend the coming Carnival. President

I master are the parish priests, each I "\\'oodrowVilson is being urged to attend -

hope you will, for the sake of the enjoyment it will at the head of the flock which he the Carnival Mid to make South
his winter home in future
afford you, for the sake of our city, and for the sake of shepherded from their sacked homes. I years.
The priests constitute a kind of tow I of celebration
getting more such attractions During the five-day period -
council and choose reliable men whc the following special days will

GIVE THIS ONE THE SUPPORT IT DESERVES keep order in the various houses ant be observed:

tell the people's grievances to th Friday February 12, is designatedas
"Clear Havana Cigar Day" on account
W. burgomaster.The of the fact that Tampa is thee
burgomaster also has a quaint I
greatest center of the world for the
I custom of making the round of th<< .
manufacture of clear Havana cigars. II
Manager Lucerne Theater. town once a day when any one wh o>> The firing of salutes from the forts I
r has something to say can speak t<) near Tampa and from the warships ;I II
the harbor will announce the beginning i
N him face to face. in
. " .-M I
of the festival, and the day

I. gram.will be given over to a varied pro- I

Saturday is known as "Panama Canal
Day," being so designated because I ,.

A Real Opportunity to Make Tampa as shown is the in resolutions nearest Mainland adopted port by, A NEB OPPORTUNITY

Congress to the Panama Canal. The
I for Man or Woman who
Panama Canal Parade which occurson / says,
this day will be one of the most I u-' if I only had a Typewriter!"

Money Right Here at OrlandoThere brilliant celebration.and The unique night features hours will of the be I //1'1' dates grow old, on your otght-to-be-sniwered letters.
0' the kl
> do! !
I YOlTl.nowriWhen roof : v pennh the page it ia usually
turned over to a masked carnival on h **'anana" tomorrow. Here i:* a typewriter which
Franklin, the principal street of the i males I ttcr-al" 'most as p'ea! :an!.a* letter-receiving. It is not a large
city in which thousands of brilliantly I Remirtrton bush wnter-: Neither. IS It" a temporary toy. It i:* durable.
are today over two thousand successful Maxwell dealers scat- I and fantastically garbed people will It is compact.runnmg.. It IS absolutely complete for home corres-
tered over the United States. Two thousand live men who are making a : :dance on the thoroughfare. Many bands rond-nre Aj. ice '* only $S0.('. Here at *testis the r'2n-'a' home

good clean profit for every day of the year and building a business future win furnish the dance music. machine you ha waiting for-the Remington Junior Typewriter

for themselves, one that will be a permanently established business. Sunday will be known as "Peace >on't pen it-type it
Day and Impressive open-air services
in the VERY phaseMehasits/ bus$- ink Marathon to a type well those many
Maxwell dealer at Alta Vista. Mans. population 499, sold 6 Maxwells in as as iL ness side. Inf.especially.ltpay* yard-dash.! And cleanly typed pages SCOT*
churches, will be devoted to peace I to be businessbe.: you. are sect-e with the"prof.
tars of a dub ltsoclftr Take the Ministers,authors and newspaper met
Maxwell dealer at Chapman, Kans. population 781 sold Maxwells in I programs. cover o.-f: your Fton Draw find that the"right word" fairly flies to
Monday will be "Gasparilla Day" I cp a chair In f 011 caD type the notbefr.finirertiP.when.tbey'.i..oa&De.
'" September, 6 in November. the most spectacular of the period.On letters.hces oJ metin s cl5r I co.r5if tTpewntten tn.nnti-s.or work Junior.running typewriter like toe Remington
The Dealer at Gaylord. Kans., population 308, sold 7 Maxwells in November this day the mighty pirate king has the ]jar"ittee)<*>k.- And do not overlook the Importantbusi-

10 in October and 10 10 in September.Our Gasparilla, will land and take the city. your)tyon reports area Remm2toD. chairman J<"type"or. of ness everything advantage you write.making You carbon need copies never
dealer at Wilson Kans. being resisted by troops the war Teasels They will ra r11 .he machine to the say. "I don't remember what I wrote"
population 981, sold 12 Maxwells in November merry ninsic?ra With noetraefforttbeRewingtoJeoior
12 in October and 6 in September.The and Ye Mystic Krewe of Gaspa Student icl)00'aDd coHeee can will give yon neat, clear-cat duplicates
rilla. The Gasparilla parade will be change"par U)Z froth the Pena whenever you wish.
dealer at Attica, Kans., population 737 sold 6 Maxwells in November equal to anything of the kind ever
7 in October and 14 in September.Our seen in the South. The evening hours thing New in Typewriters-the

Dealer at Enid Okla. population 13SOO sold 8 Maxwells in Noem will be devoted to fireworks displays
her, 9 in October and 8 in September. from barges in the bay and a grand I Refington' JUNIOR

Maxwell dealer at Helena Okla., population 760 sold 3 Maxwells in November masked ball on the Bayshore Boule .

and 5 in September.The yard. :
Thursday the closing day, will be J Typewriterforjo
dealer at Kiowa Kans.. population 1520, sold 6 Maxwells in November known as "Citrus Day" being sO designated I
6 in October and 13 in September. because of South Florida's supremacy .y. arbi.e ea.rytoihsNV.aIt.m i.sot M lpn d with C ad!00 ting does 1...*and J the, tlM aam amour haw earfc month,
of citrus .. Mementos Mere t.,".rrne: pan price. .., .
in the cultivation I I. l.irepmpped opportanity to bay aa -
....., lutely first-grade personal
Hundreds of cases where Maxwell dealers in territority where popu- fruits of the highest grades. A grand I ;.rs.rrt' "tiad'aamat Ice ....hlll..<701.0)7'i.fortbe at.".'loir iMa price;t vait.Write Iat today Mti,at for'typewriter dwenptiw. ..
lation is small carnival parade representing all the 1.&ecL ......, .. baveimmHtiaMvnUBictodo.clod
very have made record sales. Here in Orlando the same on your . It I. t*00 i.ea.s.'bark or rover order sad will a*
of South Florida I liit" i lymo.witfromplaeteplare.
thing could be done. We could cite indefinitely similar cases; big sales, will diversified be a feature interests of the day. as will Yoh otla..r,, memher.of.oarfamily ttm..rriae iaw tm.at yoa ante rsdyowiMRemiattraJa.loras05R.Tbea raa rapidly we for Tonrwlf how ens leara=

big profits. A wonderful demand for a truly wonderful car. the Illumination of the Hillsboro river I .foxy who n5ta r to for do yoarVaildr-Ym; sill_sad it AD n Hay 00**s.tnal.yoa .itymwi.htotetaraisaft.le a.'t;'m. We will refaad/oar
.reJ .. ... K ta'ioa.
You can do the same thing. With a car like the Maxwell, which and grand balls In air foreign and **Thmt.e* ""for.I.be Uartrraiarer hoow typewriter ..Rememberh.liemirora.. darahl K... ....i...t..pw".r-I"IIR7UIC._JtM*.laa.....
tb Fry
American club. sa.b.Jprefer plea toe iroa-cl d Keminctoa tiaarantes.
has caused a sensation over the entire world. The car that has set a The entire period will be one ot Joy

new standard of automobile 'alue-a simplicity of operation. A full five- and brilliancy, and the attractions will emington Typewriter Company

beauty, easy riding, flexibility and new standard of power, economy, be of particular interest to residents [226 West Bay Street(1---.1
passenger car with seventeen new new features at $695. pC otter states who have never before "LSONVILLE, FLORIDAUartW

HERE IS AN OPPORTUNITY FOR YOU THAT WILL REMAIN Irldted the Mml-troptcs. __ Fi a/laclwl aapse.Q' ....aad.dd-

OPEN BUT A SHORT TIME. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, CALL, In an Arkansas hotel in one of the e ..1'..!aiP ptd
WRITE, OR PHONE. smaller towns a new, colored clerk _

stood behind the desk, says the CoG'paD7 .-IT7PCwriu B.:
'*01 :::: 1 at
Youth's Companion. A traveling man 'ltes lJaitoD 1ae-i\Ja...Clll.Cllh;aIY"P': ,sa that yo

entered and registered. ."Sam giveme o I'J J St .dWs tt'V v.dditioa. ; --01
C. E. BELOAT '" pat
a call for six o'clock" he ordered. to f: >v( I a"" =
-m =c.cs-r-. a'SJO.CIII.a.os ''-
ta'p Re
The clerk ran his eye down the call t &oI11.

t Maxwell Factory Representative sheet, and saw that all the spaces in -b &iYi"tat<< ___ _

that column were taken. "Ah is sure ao TyM ter. _

sorry, boss," he explained "but all de
No. 205 Bisbee Building. Jacksonville Fla. .
six o'clock calls done been taken. Ah

can gib you-a.fl a call for seben


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