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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 19, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00461
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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VOLUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1915. NUMBER 292.

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OBREGON LETTER REVEALEDGUTIERREZ FFIC RURAl CREDIT[ Bill PASSED P j it


ARSENAL AT LABOISELLE BOARD OF TRADE AND'CITIZENS -, - -- .

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LETTER INDICATES LOCAL LEGAL LIGHTS AT WHEN CAUCUS HELD INSTEAD
INTENT TO OVERTHROW i NEW GOVERNOR OF SOUTH SHELL SEMINOLE FAIR FEB. 4 SHIP PURCHASE


VILLA I CAROWDAY f FEARFULBAYQNETATTACK OCCURSWest DAY IS SET f FOR DEPOT HEARINGAt SAWFORDCOuRT RURAL CREDITS BILL .


HA05flflOOTROraHENHEFlEO[ : ,I TO COMPEL SOLID PARTY VOTEBy
I RICHARD MANNING INAUGURATED of Soissons Hand to Hand B. of T. Meeting Last: Night TRIAL OF ARNOLD BAXTER

GOVERNOR Combat RagesFrenchMake --R. R. Commission to Meet I IN CIRCUIT COURT AT
Left Mexico Dealing With Pending Ship
When Gutierrez SANFORD THURSDAYOn
TODAY Gains in Direction Committee in Regard to '
City He Had Good Sized I Bill as With Tariff a Solid

Army Under Him- Henderson Will Be Placed in of Metz Union Depot :Monday Case of State vs. Party Vote May !

Letter Interesting Governor's Chair of Ala- Paris, Jan. 18.-The field arsenal at Board of Trade met in the City Currie Will Come Up for Result j

bama Today, Succeed- Laboiselle, to the northeast of Al- Hall Monday night with President Hearing-Interest in 1
Washington, Jan. 18.-The war department ing O'Neal I berta, was blown up by the burstingof Woodruff in the chair. The attend- Cases IntenseThe Washington, Jan. 18.-A surprisewas
announced today the with- a* German shell and a part of the ance was light but several importantitems sprung on the Democratic sena-
Columbia, S. C., Jan. 18.-Richard town was set afire, thus forcing the of business were transacted., second trial of the case of the. torial caucus tonight called to
con-
drawal of most of the troops at Naco
will be in- French to evacuate under a terrific Howard read invita- State versus Arnold Baxter will beheld
Irvine Manning, of Sumter, Secretary an sider the ship purchase bill when
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and of their distribution along th fire from the German batteries and tion from the Sanford fair committee at Sanford Thursday. Davis &
of South Carolina '
border. Only a small garrison was augurated as governor the quick firing guns, according to a stating that "Florida's baby: county," Giles will represent Baxter, and Jones resolution demanding action on the
left at __aco. at noon on Tuesday. The cere- | French report, which adds, however, Seminole, has set aside February 4th & Jones, of Orlando, and George A. rural credits bill was presented and
mony will take place in the hall of j( that the French troops bravely re- as Orlando day, and extending a cor- DeCottes, of Sanford, will prosecute. adopted.

Copy of Obregon- Letter 'the house of representatives or on the t assembled and immediately directeda dial invitation to members of the Arnold is under indictment for stealing This action was taken practically

Washington, Jan. .-The consti- steps of the capitol. It has been de- vigorous counter attack against the Board of Trade and citizens of Orlando cattle. without. debate. The resolution requests -
tutionalist agency tonight made pub- cided to have the new governor deliver town, recapturing their former posi- to attend in force. The secretarywas The D. W. Curry case has been set
lic a copy of the letter alleged to have his inaugural address from the tions in the village. instructed to reply that the board for Monday, January 25, at Sanford, the committee on banking and
been written by Gutierrez to General steps of the state house, but the committee Berlin claims to have reoccupiedthe will make an effort to have Orlando in the circuit court before Judge Per- currency to "report the bill providingfor
Obregon, the constitutionalist commander ;I from the general assembly has church yard of the village, driv- well represented, and the president kins. Davis & Giles and C. B. Robinson a system of rural credits," and
indicating that the former not decided where the oath will be ing the French out in a terrific bay- 'I appointed a special committee to of Orlando, will represent declares it to be the sense of he cau-
intended to try to overhrow Villa. ;i administered. A widespread demand onet attack. Renewed attacks againstthe I work up the matter, composed of II. Curry, and the prosecution will be cus "that the bill should be consideredand
The state department received a dis- has been expressed for the exercises position of the French to the west I II. Dickson, chairman, and Messrs. J. conducted by Jones & Jones, of Orlando passed at the earliest practicabledate.
patch from Special Agent Silliman at to be in the open air. of Soissons is reported. II. Reese, Josiah Ferris ar.i Col. J. N. and George A. DeCottes, of ."
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Mexico City, who reporetd that Gu- !' The inauguration will be witnessedby This morning the Germans bombarded Bradshaw.The Sanford. Curry faces an indictmentof The caucus then proceeded with a
tierrez took with him 50,000 troops a large crowd. Three special the village of St. Paul, and I secretary read a letter from murder in the first degree for the consideration of the pending ship bill.
when he fled the capital. trains have been arranged, bringing'yesterday they attempted two attacks the Florid State Railroad Commis- killing of B. F. Bryan. I t is the purpose of the caucus to

Other telegrams from Silliman report friends of the new governor to see against the French earthworks to the sion saying that the action of the deal with this measure just as the .
that grave anxiety exists at him take the oath of office. The oath east of Vic Sur Aisne, near ''Auten-I' board, asking that the railroads be 16th COMPANY OF COAST ARTILLERY ,tariff bill was considered at the con-
Mexico City and that all business will be administered by Eugene B. iche, but they were met by such a violent required to give Orlando a union depot TO BE FIRST ON rerence. Each provision will be taken
houses have been closed; that martial Gary, chief justice cf the South Caro- fire from the French batteries' would be properly brought to the CANAL up and amended if necessary, and the
law exists, and that there has been a lina supreme court. AtGov. Blease's and quick firers that they were forced' commissioners' attention. Motion by whole bill whipped into shape that
number of executions for disorders. two inaugurations the long estall- to retire. C. E. Howard that a committee be appointed Washington, Jan. .-The six- will unite the Democrats and compela
Copies of the letter from Gutierrezand lished custom of having the chief jus- Important gains were recorded by i i to secure proper date to pre- teenth company of coast artillery, at solid party vote. I
the answer said to have been tice administer the oath was departed the French in their drive against i sent before the railroad commission. Fort Moultrie, S. C., has been orderedto The leaders also hope to make such
found on three delegates sent by Gu- ;,; from on both occasions, Blease calling Metz. Several German earthworks to President named Col. J. N. Bradshaw, leave February 18 for New Yorkto amendments as will bring to the bill I
tierrez to Obregon and who had been '' in friends to perform the ceremony the northwest of Pont a Mousson, I, Judge Jno. M. Cheney, Attorney L. C. embark for the canal :zone, and two support of the Progressive Republicans. !

- 'taken prisoners last week at Puebla two magistrates acting in 1911 forming a part of the German wedge I Massey, .>Mayor E. F. Sperry, and C. months later the one hundred and sixteenth :- I
and were sent to Vera, Cruz. \i and 1913. which crosses the Meuse at St. E. Howard. U j I company of coast artillery at The night session was prolific in j
Gutierrez in the letter to Obregon I I j I i I Gov. Manning will succeed CharlesA. hiel, being captured by the Mi-I Secretary read a letter from the I Fort Screven, and the fortieth coma speeches and developed some opposi- i
said he and several of his cabinet Smith lieutenant governor until i Concerning this engagement Tampa Tribune inquiring as to Or- pany at Fort Howard, will proceed to tion to the measure as at present f I
wished Obregon to suspend his advance January 14, when Cole L. Blease resigned German satemen says the French ad- lando's present population, and his Panama by the same route. Each of framed. It may require two or three f
toward Mexico City while he and Mr. Smith became gover- I vanced as far as the German trenches I It answer thereto, which was approved, the commands numbers about 150 sessions to complete the considerationof f
and his followers worked out a plan nor. 1 and that hte battle is still raging. I II and on motion of J. H. Reese the men. The movement is in executionof the shipping bilL The evident intention I I
for the overthrow of Villa. Gutierrez I II I Board of Trade recommended that the plans for a permanent zone garrison. to include the rural credits t
told Obregon that delegates had arrived -I I Henderson Assumes Governorship I LITTLE BOY INJURED I Ij City Commissioners be requested to bill in the legislative program '
at the capital from the states of I III Montgomery, Ala., Jan. 18. Chas.i I take a thorough 'census of the city. strengthens the belief that an extra o If

Tamaulipas, Coahuila, Neuvo Leon, Henderson, of Troy, was inaugurated j An unfortunate accident occurred Bills for rent of the Tourist Head- FRANK'S HABEAS CORPUS AP. session will be unavoidable. .
San Luis Potosi, and have started governor of Alabama here today, succeeding Sunday morning when little Joe I'EAL IS DOCKETED IN
i quarters, $100, and other items for L f fI
forces which are operating in those j'I Emmitt O'Neal. The services j Windham, the five year old son of the room, were read, and the secretary SUPREME COURT SUNDAY SERVICES ,J;
states willing to support the attitude | took place on the balcony of the
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Windham, Elam I asked if they should be paid out
which Gutierrez had assumed against I capitol where Jefferson Davis was I street, was struck by an automobile. of the regular treasury fund. Or- Washington, Jan. 18.-Leo M. I Sunday services at the various Or- I
Villa and that few followers would t'I made president of the Confederate I The boy suffered a broken bone in his I dered to pay the bills and make a Frank's habeas corpus appeal was lando churches were unusually well .
second Villa's policy of brigandage, [states of America, and where it has left leg. He is reported as doing strong call upon delinquent membersto docketed today in the supreme court attended. Special tourist services at i
and that several of the honest chiefsin been customary for Alabama state p nicely since the accident. and the state of Georgia may now at the Methodist church brought forth a !
their dues at once in orderto
pay up
the northern division were also executive officers to take the oath of make these and other necessary any time move to have it advancedfor large attendance, Dr. Ley preaching: i I Ia
willing to co-operate with. Gutierrez. I office. The same Bible with which POLICE COURT YESTERDAY early hearing. Without such action splendid sermon on the subject !
Obregon replied to Gutierrez say- Jefferson Davis was sworn in, was payments.Mr. it will not be reached in the reg- 1 "Rest Seekers. Several members i
Reese introduced the idea of a
ing that he could not suspend any used. ular course for nearly 18 months. were taken into the church, presenting I
Frank Jefferson and John Swaney park and tree commission, with spe-
military operations, but that when- letters from other cities. The E
were fined $5 in police court yesterday cial powers, and recommended that a a
ever Gutierrez declared war against; J for being drunk; Henry Tolliver I I special legislative bill be prepared for Baptist services were conducted at !F
Villa and his followers, that he, Ob- lY NOT IN HUNTING PARTY was fined $1 for fighting and disturbing the purpose. On motion, adopted. WELL KNOWN MAN DEAD the Grand theatre and were largely A E!

regon, would do everything in his i the peace; Naif Forage was fined President suggested the prepara- attended Dr. Poulson having for his I
power to re-establish peace in that subject, "Power and Need of Personal ;
$2.50 for fighting, and Harry Woods tion of a bill giving the City Com-
country. > However Local and Georgian John J. McPherson, Formerly of Testimony. A splendid audience. I
was fined $5 for disturbing the peace. missioners the right to grant paving '
Hunters Depart for Few I Mansfield, Ohio, Died in heard Dr. Stagg at the Presbyterianchurch I
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TRYING TO REACH $500 MARKJ. Days Camp Southwest Orlando Yesterday Sunday morning, his sermon E
.' I I of Orlando Eleventh Visitation of Stork At MorningMr. subject being, "Standards." Other !
H. Barton treasurer of the Orlando I services in the city churches were well ;

Fire Department, is still working ;I'! Tyrus Raymond Cobb, the famous The White House Last Sunday John J. McPherson, formerlyof attended, all sermons being elevating !
to bring the donations from con- failed Mansfield, Ohio, died in Orlando and inspiring. i is!
baseball player, to arrive yes-
tributors to the department up to the yesterday morning at 6:30 o'clock at i s
mark. He is meeting with terday to join the hunting party of I MRS. GATES NEAR DEATH
$500 suc-; i A son was born at the White House 1782. While Andrew Jackson was I his home on Kuhl avenue, at the age !
It would from article local and Georgian hunters who are
an
cess. appear of The deceased
to Mrs. Francis Bowes Sayre, the president four children were born 67 years. was a
in Sunday's Sentinel, when a list now out for a few days sport. Yesterday 'I president's daughter, at 4:30 o'clock there, the sons and daughters of Major member of McLaughlin post, G. A. R-, New York, Jan. 18.-Mrs. John W.
of honorary members was published morning H. L. Beeman Edwin Sunday, January 17. The boy weighed Andrew J. Donelson, GeneralJackson's ] Mansfield, Ohio. He enlisted in i Gates, widow of the financier, and
that they must fight fires and assistin Beeman, and C.1.. Love and W. R. C. I I| seven and one-half pounds. President protege and private secre- company eight, seventeenth Pennsyl- mother of the late Charles G. Gates, :
extinguishing blazes should any Smith, of Atlanta, motored to the || Wilson made no effort to conceal tary, and Mrs. Donelson, the president's vania cavalry.Mr. is seriously ill in her suite at the .
arise. This is not the fact, and all htunting grounds and camp located j jI I: his joy when he was informed that niece. McPherson came to Florida Plaza hotel. a
those who sign for stated contribu- I thirty miles southwest of Orlando.In the child was a boy and that Mrs. During the Tyler administration, three years ago for the benefit of his
tions are not fire fighters. Nothingis the afternoon W. J. Stoddard, Dr. I Sayre was doing well. His face was I Letitia Tyler, granddaughter of the health, which improved for a time, THE WEATHER
to prevent them from assisting in Omar Elder, George Hanson, George wreathed in smiles. The baby is his president and daughter of Mr. and but was taken seriously ill a year ago
.any way possible, however, if drastic ;I Eubanks, and F. A. Pittman, all of first grandchild and the first boy in Mrs. Robert Tyler, and Robert Jones, I I last February, since which time he Florida: Partly cloudy and colder .'
, action is needed. 1: Atlanta, arrived on the A. C. L train f' his direct family. I son of Mrs. Mary Jones, daughter of I I has been a great sufferer. Tuesday. Wednesday fair.
i and joined the others at the hunting I A name has not been given the the president, was born in the White Funeral services will be held from
j camp. I child yet, but it is expected the boyI I House. the residence this afternoon at 2:30
YOTHERS MAKES ADDRESS I will be named after the president. I During the term of President o'clock. The interment will be in the PIONEER ISJ ORLANDOD.

i, DEATH OF MRS. LUCY FRANCIS The christening will be held in the Grant, a daughter, Julia, was born to soldiers' lot in the Orlando cemetery.
j I WILKERSON I White House before Mrs. Sayre returns Mrs. Frederick D. Grant, the wife ofa I
Expert Speaks Before Plymouth S. Shine, One of Founders of
I to her home in Williamstown.Mr. son of the president, on June, 1876. NELLIE BLY TOMORROW
Citrus Growers' Association Jacksonville, Jan. 18.-Mrs. Lucy I and Mrs. Sayre were married She is now Princess Cantacuzene Orlando and Former Judge

Yesterday I Francis Wilkerson, 25 years of age, 'I at the White House, November 29, i Speranskoy.On Another installment of the note-J and Postmaster, in
.. Morning | wife of George E. Wilkerson, died 1913. After a honeymoon to Europe September 9, 1893, the countrywas worthy Nellie Ely war stories the CityMr.
yesterday afternoon at the home of they made their home at Williams- delighted with the news that the morrow's Sentinel. Read it. I
Mr W. W. Yothers, in charge of her mother, Mrs. D. A. McMae, 525 (I town. Mrs. Sayre has been visiting first White House baby who could cala II I I D. S. Shine is down from Jack-
the Tropical and Subtropical Fruit I i West Monroe street. I at the White House since Christmas. president its father, had been born. improvements of streets and sidewalks I sonville spending a few days in Or-

Insects Investigations accepted an invitation I Besides her mother, Mrs. Wilkerson Ten other children, six girls and ."Baby Esther," eldest daughter of to citizens on long time pay lando. Mr. Shine was one of the
from the directors of the is survived by her husband, two I four boys, have been born at the I I the late Grover Cleveland, was the ments with interest. Motion by Mr.
founders of this city and has scores
Plymouth Citrus Growers' Associa- sons, and one sister, Mrs. H. A. Wal- White House, most of them grandsons lucky child. Them president waS said Dickson that such a bill be prepared
tion to meet with them yesterday, for lerstein. Funeral services were held ,i lor granddaughters of the president. .i'to have been annoyed that the stork I II :I: and Mr. Johnson suggested that these of friends among the old timers who
the purpose of discussing insect pestsof from the residence at 10 o'clock this John Jefferson Randolph, son of i I did not bring him a boy. matters be laid before Mr. Massey in I are extending him a warm welcome.Mr. .
citrus, insecticides, and spraying monrning. The interment was in Ev- Martha Randolph, daughter of Presi- I i With the exception of Miss Esther I I time to advertise before the meeting'; Shine was clerk of the circuit

machinery. He discussed with thema ergreen cemetery. dent Jefferson, was born during a Cleveland, who is still living and has of the state legislature. Adopted. !'court and- postmaster. He is now -
spraying scheme which if followed visit of Mrs. Randolph in the winterof : applied for a position as a Red Cross I Urged that members attend the holding a responsible position in that
will increase the yield an average of Souvenir goods in orange, alligatorand 1885-86. The term of John Quincy -.' nurse in France, none of these White closing meetings for the year and as-
25 per cent. and raise the quality and pictures; magazines and daily pa-I Adams saw a granddaughter,:Mary I House babies have made much of a''I I sist in the discussion of important city as deputy clerk of the circuit

F grade of fruit. pers. Curtis & O'Neal, Orange Louise Adams, born in February, ,mark in the world. matters. court.f1 .
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HOTELSTHE FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE WORK DEMONSTRATION Mrs.BEAUTY Minnie Sawyer SPECIALIST, of Boston,
:
would be pleased to do work at your JONES GOES JUST THE SAME
homes or hotels. Shampooing, face
Pasture Grasses and scalpt specialist; manicuring, chi
WINDERMEREChoice ropody, hair dressing. Phone 680.
Good pasture grasses for Florida 10-15-12t West Concord avenue, Orlando.

Location All Modern Conveniences I are Bermuda, Para, Rhodes, the various -

species of Paspalum and Guinea IF YOU ARE LOOKING for well bus line which has been
Excellent Table Good Water Reasonable Rates My serving you for fourteen
grass. rooted orange and grapefruit buds,
On Beautiful Lake Lucerne, Orlando Fla. Bermuda is a grass that is adaptedto see H. C. McDanieL Phone 708. months has not changed its schedule, but leave at the'

.. nearly all parts of the state and same time it always has.
- - to all kinds of soils. However, like EARLY VEGETABLES

Home Comforts Service Finest Rooms in City other crops, it makes a better growth, TIME: TABLE

Rated and therefore furnishes more pastur- Early planting means early vegetables -
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Sanitary Inspection
age, when planted on good'soils.Para ; early vegetables mean money. Bus Leaving Orlando in Front of Evans The Jeweler.WEST .
grass furnishes an abundanceof You can't have either without good

good pasturage over a large por- seed. We are receiving fresh seed -
BOUND
THE NEW GRAND EAST BOUD
tion of South Florida. It is a grass daily. We have for your information, Read Down Read
Up
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HENRY BARTLETT., Prop. better adapted to the southern por- government reports regarding spring u

tion of the state than to the northernand crops in Florida. (A.M.'A.M.: : P. \I. A.M. P. :M. P. M.

western parts, because it is injured WRIGHT SEED COMPANY,
European Plan 15 West Pine SI., more or less by hard frosts. 1-13-tfc 206 S. Orange Ave. Orlando 6:30,10.15 3:00: 9.30 1.30 ooo

Rooms with Bath Orlando Fla. Para grass will grow on almost Ocoee 7:30 'I.15 4:00: S.3c 12.305.00-
any kind of soil, but to produce the Now is the time to order GRIF- Winter Garden 7:45'11:30' : 430 SolS 12.151.45
FING'S ROSES. W. H. Brokaw,
---- maximum yield and to give the best
Oakland Soo $
salesman. 12-16-tf : ---- 4:3c ; .oc -- 4.30
TOURISTS ATTENTION! results for pasture it should be planted -
on moist land. This does not mean
FOR SALE
We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando land completely covered with water, -

Prepared by our New York Cook but land on which crops do not suf- : The 1aJet
fer from drought. Para grass makesa No.1. Forty acres virgin pine timber -
much ranker growth than does land, pn south side of lake front,
Bath Steam Heat.
100 Rooms $1.00 Bermuda. On good land it will growto three-fourths mile from railroad sta OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
tion. $1,000.No. .
a height a four or five feet. When OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE
Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water I
it makes such a big growth the stems 2 Seventy-five acres, on lakefront FRESH AND SALT MEATS
are as a rule hard and woody, henceit one-half mile from Forest City; Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
six acres bearing orange grove; good
EMPIRE HOTEL
is of much value for
not as pastureas eight room house. $4,500; terms. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
when it is kept grazed close to the
< 54 Light Housekeeping Rooms ground. No. 3. Twenty acres, four miles and pure.
Bermuda and Para from: the city, on lake front; twelve We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
grass are pro-
acres bearing orange grove; orange
---- in the Meat Line.
pagated from stem and root cuttings. crop recently sold two thousand three everything
ROSSMORE INNWindermere Bermuda may also be propagated by hundred boxes. Three hundred boxesof
sowing the seed. grapefruit now on trees. $6,500; H. e Self & Co.
terms.
Here in Florida we find a large
PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
No. 4. Lot 70x190 feet brick
on
number of of A
species Paspalum.
This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric street; high class neighborhood.
number of these furnish excellent
lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with : $1,000.
bath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish- pasturage wherever a good sod can .
No. 5. Thirty acres near hard sur-
be established.
ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. seed.They are propagatedby face road; one mile from railroad WE NEVER TIRE

___________ ._n_ ___.__ _ ___ ____ ___ Guinea sowing grass is easily injured by budded station, grove on lake; six front hundred; four boxes acres of

cold, hence is only suitable for the fruit; one hundred and fifty thousand Of singing the praises of Crane's Linen Lawn Stationery. It isn't

THE OSCEOLASTEAM southern part of the state. On good feet virgin pine timber. $3,000.J. the "just as good" the "good enough" or "very gpod" kind. It

soil it makes a rank growth and fur- E. CRAWFORD, is absolutely the finest Stationery made in America, and America -
nishes an abundance of feed. This Office, Orland Hotel. leads the world in this class of manufactured I goods.Ve
HEAT THROUGHOUT grass may be propagated by divisionof 1-3-liao have it in all the correct sizes, shapes and tints. Your social

the roots, or from seed. and business standing is judged largely by the kind of Stationery -
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and Robinson J. W. ---
6 Magnolia Ave HURLEY Manager Para grass, some species of Pas- you use. Furthermore, it is a real pleasure to write on the

palum, and Guinea grass may also G CARRIAGE genuine Linen Lawn surface. You know this if you have triedit.

: Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round be used as hay crops. Bermuda grass CQRDON1S If you have never tried it a new pleasure awaits you in your
rarely makes growth enough to war- letter writing.
European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite -AND-
rant cutting it for hay.
Rhodes grass is a good hay and \Y. S. BRANCH, '
(
BAGGAGE TRANSfER
v).....t pasture grass, and does well on mod-
The Arcade Book and Music Store
J.p'p erately good moist soilIt stands .
droughts fairly well, and will not I L. T. HARRELl Prop. .
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need reseeding for several It
years.
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i Piano and Furniture
a O is not affected by light frosts but is

injured by freezing.; The nutritive Moving a Specialty I .
value of the hay is about the same : E. Church SI. PHONE 487'
as timothy.In I a

connection with the foregoing,

Mr. Baker, our county agent, says .
THE ARCADE HOTEL that there is a firmly grounded objection -For FineWATCH :

to Bermuda grass amongstour CLOCK and A

J. B. MAGRUDER Jr., Prop. people, but where it is best adapted JEWELRY REPAIRING
to the soil and its qualities real- SHARE IN PROFITS
First Class Restaurant Livery and Autosin ized, it is a valuable grass, that takesa call on C. VATER whois BUYERS LOWER PRICES TO ON FORD CARS .

Building in Connections place hardly filled by other grassesin e
an expert at this trade 1914 to August
Orlando Fla. the South.It Effective from August 1, ,
should not be allowed to affectour with many years experience 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduction -

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IF YOU WANT A LUNCHworth grasses that have lately been offeredto at_ Youngs Repair ShopOpp. $555.00 I
Car -
our people. None of them has the Post Office; Pine Streete' Touring

same objectionable features here, and 505.00 ...
Runabout -
,
the money, come to Pope's Quick Lunch Counters. Our anybody wishing to form a pasture .
. food is not cooked in front of your eyes, where you are annoyed should do so with the idea of secur- F. 0. B. Orlud AD can fully eq1lippeL

.. with the odors and but in kitchen. ing will k. able to .bUlm Uw .asiaua effiele.n1p
heat our sanitary Try a cup something permanent as far as .rtJaer w. ... nat .. ...
of our Rowland Special Coffee, French Dripped. The price is possible, not a mere passing crop to Inset and aaJee PMIICtiOa.d P t.mb if w.. r-ada ......t..f
be the .*... "t ..
rooted .
between
out or given immediate- nn
only 5c. a-cup. We offer you the best of service. up : to Car ..
Iy. And rt..M we re th this pMadi.reo
.Ia. fi._ S4t to Sti per earA.rTt (.n .r ab.st
Pope & Co.'s Quick Lunch Counters 7.mS> to" enl'J'. retail 1514rsad AacwF.r p.n..1..1515.. .
S. P. C. A. ANNUAL MEETINGThe F.r. emr Wtwrea A c et 1.
tad praBt.pUm. -
Uw price
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further
Church Street. Open from 5 a.m. to midnight DR. L. H. RAMSDELu sharing .')
Society for the Prevention of
Cruelty to Animals will meet in How- OPTOMETRIST F. G. RUSH, 0
(SnecoMor U Dr. C. P. lAiai i
.. .UlilMIIIIIMIMIIiiMIIIHilliMillMMMMMMIIREAL ard's Studio,
Orange avenue, Tues- ORLANDO. FLORIDAWE Phone 226 .
day night, seven-thirty, for the elec- LENSES e
FIT GLASSES. GRIND
tion of officers and for any other bus-
ANp DO ALL KINDS OF
ESTATE iness that may appear. This is an
OTICAL HEPAJRINC
open meeting and any one may at-
tend. Members especially requestedto

come prepared to elect a new pres-


We buy d sell all classes--and kinds of Real Estate. '. l-17-3tc ident. C. E.' HOWARD, President. Th F1oria a Real Estate & Inv still nr C Co.J .


If you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call NEW SEMINOLE HAS MANY

and talk your wishes over with us. GUESTS
Capital $50,000. Fully Paid Up.

r The manager of this firm has had years of exper- Assistant Manager Hill of the New

. Seminole hotel at Winter Park was Incorporated] In Florida; Therefore Under State Control
ience dealing in Florida investments having sold over a in the city yesterday to call on R. P ,

million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last ill Foley at,the manager McEwan of the Sanitarium.hotel, who:Mr.is propositions offered by this Corporation are exclusively l

i two years. Hill said it was his opinion that the ALL with us, at the same time can also be bought through

Seminole was enjoying a fifty per Agent as we need not to secret our proposalsfor It I
the
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purchasers
1 We are well posted on the value of all classes and cent better business at the present ,
f time than at a corresponding perioda anybody, the deal has to be closed at our office. This means

I" kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all year ago. Seventy guests are reg- protection for the seller as well for the buyer. With our Bank I

istered at the Seminole at the
bargains in Real Estate and we want customers for Real time and many are booked who present will Guarantee furnished to the purchaser, if requested. Having con-

, Estate Bargains. arrive in a short time. fidence to all our offerings, we advance 75 per cent of the pur- I

f PREACHERS WANT THE BIBLE chase price at six per cent. interest, even on unimproved land. We (

.. TAUGHT; IN SCHOOLS hold today over one million dollars of properties in city lots city

r, and country homes, orange groves and uncultivated lands. Our

! WARING REAL L ESTATE COMPANY : nation's Chicago school, Jan. 14.system-Discussion marked of the the books open to all investors, if such inducements will appeal to you

: meeting of the Council of Church -take the trouble to climb up one fligh of stairs over the Peoples
r : Boards of Education. 1
and consult.
National Bank s
R. D. WARING, Manager "The separation of church and state (

: in America was never intended to go HENRYIBENEDICT President .. il
Rooms 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115tf : so far as to leave the children of our ,
public school without
moral instruction
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,: ," declared Dr. H. H. Sweet sec- Office over Peoples National Bank. Phone 570 .A.AI
retary of the educational board o'f the !
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1 I Apopka News Notes I I several months very pleasantly. their careful methods gave much sat
want every man and womanin | A. M. Starbird has had a crew of I isfaction. 1

Orlando to see Colonial Hills, 1 hands busily engaged this week The school children had a Christ
C. A. Kasserman of Springdale i electric wires and in few THE OLD RELIABLE
stringing a mas tree and entertainment and avery
and Colonial Park.It .
,Ark., has been here this week lookingat 'j days we will see the new plant in op- i I merry time. Mrs. Nixon and
makes no difference whether real estate, and is highly pleased j eration. I Miss Frint are taking great interest j DANN'S TRANSFER
you are interested in buying: with the outlook and may invest here J. S. Rackley, of this city, has been 1 in their school. '
before he returns home. (I doing jury service in circuit court in The Misses Crawford returned to.
lots not all have to do to
or you Dr. B. D. WIENENGA Prop.
John A. Bowman, of St. Petersburg Orlando this week. their school duties after a pleasant ,
see these beautiful subdivisionsis was here the first of the week | Newell & Ustler are enlarging their vacation at home. I I

to write, phone or call at Carl looking for a location and will return fernery and will soon have it all slat- Mr. and Mrs. Crawford had for' and
Dann's office.I here shortly with his family.Dr. ted and ready for planting, and when their house guests during the holidays I Livery, Draying HaulingWE
O. M. Chapman, of Virginia, I I completed wilt be perhaps the largest I Dr. Waggoner and Mr. White.
want every person in Orlando here the latter of last week :
came part fernery in the South. Misses Mary Lou and Sarah Martin -
to see what can be accom- and secured a residence and his family The new Biltmore Inn is rapidly spent the holidays with their sister GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
plished in thirty days. Colonial arrived Thursday evening to join I filling up with guests and every one I Mrs. C. E. Piatt. ,
Hills are really hills. There are him here. He expects to purchase a I says Mrs. Jones is as plendid hostess. :!' Mr. C. E. Piatt has almost com- '
home here and become a permanent I The show is his home
five homes under construction, new moving picture pleted new and has finished
citizen of Apopka.W. now ready to start, just as soon as setting his ten acres to grapefruitbuds. AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
and several more under contractto
L. Hall has opened a jewelry the electric plant is ready to supply I His place presents a very at-
be built. Colonial Hills has repair shop in the McLeod store. lie the juice. Mr. Clark, the manager, is tractive apearance.Mr. Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
water, gas and lights. We are just arrived here a few days ago, getting very anxious to see it start. Titus, of Lowrie City, Mo., was
building sidewalks, and grad-"coming from the state of Maine to L. P. Lane has sold his farm of I here for a visit with his old time HORSES FOR SALE '

ing streets. spend the winter. about 300 acres lying about two miles I friend and neighbor Mr. Akers. Mr.
Mrs. Ida Mullens has as her guest out on the Winter Garden road. The and Mrs. Titus are spending the win-
Lots in Colonial Hills sell from this week her daughter, who came deal was made through F. II. Davis, ;ter in.St. Cloud. lie was delighted 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida

$350.00 to $650.00. Lots in Colonial down from Cincinnati to visit her. of this city. I with this section of country and j

Park sell from $175.00 to Mrs. G. II. Mayberry visited at .If you want to locate up where the ,thinks of coming here to spend his t .,

$350, terms to suit everybody. Zellwood last Monday. i atmosphere is pure and sweet where .winters. They will go to California .. ,
T. M. Byars, formerly editor of the !health is assured, come to Apopka, ,to attend the Panama exposition when: -- ----
Apopka News, but who has been sojourning 151 feet above sea level. We standat I they leave Florida in May. I J
in Alabama during the past the top and look down upon the sur- Mr. II. C. McDaniel and Dr. Howell
summer, came in last Saturday and rounding towns. Winter Park only I were out in the Lake Conway section Am Leaving: FloridaAnd

CARL DANN will spend the remainder of the win- 96, Winter Garden 123, Zellwood 93, I looking for the festive birds. ;illSpecially Price my to Properties Winter ParkA !
ter in Apopka. His many friends and Orlando 111. Everybody is look-
,here were indeed glad to welcome him ing to Apopka.Conway i
up ,
STRAWBERRIES BEGIN TO MOVE
good 6-room house 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800
i back into midst.W. .
again our AT PLANT CITY full bearing Orange Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two '\
i B. Davis has a crew busily engaged blocks of Public' School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addition
Pick-Ups to making home this will make'a yearly return on ;
this week packing citrus fruit a property
Plant City, Jan. 16.-Despite the
I the investment of from 10 to 25 per cent, according to crop and
SOMETHING NICE! !at the packing house here. fact that weather conditions have market conditions price$8,500.00; also i
The board of trade is be- Conway, Fla., Jan. 16.-We are
I' Apopka been unfavorable for strawberries, so My Residence Property in Winter Park, 12-room, New Modern
ginnig to plan for another exhibit of progressing and growing, keeping up far this season the shipments exceed dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front, 20 acres of
Two Beautiful Building Lots I the products of this section at the with the spirit of the times. those of the corresponding period last land highly improved, 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees irrigated
midwinter fair in Orlando. garden. Property is close in, well located close to the new
, On South Orange Avenue, Mr. Mayer, of this district, sold his season. 11,880 quarts were shipped Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough for
Lake Lucerne Last Sunday was a red letter day beautiful home of forty acres highly during the first fire days last week, the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale $16,- _
near splendid for the Sunday schools of our town. the prices ranging from 25; to 35 cents 500, and will give possession in 30 days.
view of the lake, only improved with modern buildings, etc., See owner only. Write or phone me for a date and I will send
There was an attendance of 92 at per quart, or an average during the
my car to any place in Orange County to show you these properties. ..
'22 blocks from business the Methodist church and at the same for eight thousand dollars. lie is weke of :GO 2-3 cents, netting the

center, nice big shade,trees hour there was an attendance of 66 building a new residence near his grower $3,643.20 for the five days i ED. F. IiEEZ EL

shrubbery, &c., adjourning I at the Baptist church. That speaks orange grove a short distance from shipments. Saturday shipments broke I
BOX 33: WINTER PARK, FLORIDA
.lots to ol the best well for our little city. the place just sold. I the record for the amount shipped at .
one res I Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places.
dences The Apopka board of trade offers a Three new houses have been erectedin this time of the year, there being
city.-Forsale by free site with railroad facilities, and I the Atha neighborhood.Mr. 8,*84 quarts shipped that day, mak- : =

WALTER IV. ROSE also an exemption from municipaltaxes McDougal is building a good ing lit refrigerators, netting the':
REAL ESTATE for five years for the establish- I substantial home on his land adjacentto growers $2,196 cash. Present indications ,
Rooms I ment of a canning factory in Apopka. Mr. M. T. Arnold. are that this year's receipts will
& 3 Watkins Block WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver
Phone Who will be the lucky one to secure Our road supervisor has a large be the largest in the history of straw-
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II the location? force at work clearing up the county berry raising at Plant City. hear this before? Let the Delicatessen Man do it. .
There will be from 150 to 200 acres road leading south and on the Con- Something new Something New !
Try it. Ask About it.
planted here this spring in tomatoes way-Pine Castle road which has been RECENT ARRIVALS AT OAK
for for
Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, two,
-OSTEOPATHDR. if the plans are carried out as now graded and will soon near completion.Mr. I LODGE three or more
outlined. Also there will be quite an Symonds has purchased nearlyall i :Mrs. C. C. Rhode, Lafayette Ind.; Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand

JOSEPHINE HARPER acreage of watermelons planted. the oranges of this section, and' A. F. Cottnigham, Lafayette, Ind.; COLD MEATS BAKED POTATO BEANS SALADJ. CHEESE OLIVES

Keep your eye on Apopka for crops has kept his packing house running C. B. Hamrick, Atlanta, Ga.; Mr. and
Office corner Orange Avenue and this season.- constantly, notwithstanding the hard Mrs. W. S. Woodruff, Cleveland' 0.; R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'SPhone
Church Phone St., Davis & McNeil Bldg., I Miss Ada Lovell is expected to arrive times and low prices for citrus fruit. Mrs. Mary Hester Miss Hester, Clinton 26 Bakery_
419.
here next Sunday from Washington Mr. J. A. Barber, with a force of Ky.; :Mr. and :Mrs. A. M.\ Phillipsand
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Read the clasified ads. D. C., where she has spent eight men did the picking and by Miss Phillips, Dorchester, Mass.

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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


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

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

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

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

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

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

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TABLE LINEN- SOISETTES- WOOL BLANKETS- .

25c. kind for .18c $5.50 kind for __________________________$3.50 I
$1.75 kind for _$1.25 ----------------------------

$1.50 kind for __________________________$1.15 LADIES HANDKERCHIEFSCOTTON BLANKETS-

$1.25 kind! for _....__________________________95c 35c. kind for _____________________________25c $2.75 kind for ___________________________$2.00
$1.00 kind for _.._80c 25c. kind for ___________.________________._20c $2.50 kind for __________________________$1.85
75c. kind for _____________________________55c $1.50 kind for __________________________$1.10 ,
60c. kind for _____________________________45c CURTAIN GOODS- 19c $125.00 kind for __________________._______95c
50c. kind for ________________40c 25 c. kind! for ----------------------------- .
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20c. kind for _____________________________15c
SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES- 15c. kind for _____________________________10c LADIES FLANNELETTE GOWNS
$1.00 kind for 80c
08c' ---------------------------
10 12V kind for
81x99 Sheets, 90c. kind for_68c and c --------------------- 75c. kind! for _____________________________55c

72x99 Sheets, 85c. kind for_63c LADIES.VESrs-. 60c. kind for ----_-_______________________45c
50c. kind for -------------------------40c35c.
81x90 Sheets, 85c. kind _63c ---- 50c. kind for 40c
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72x90 Sheets, 80c. kind for ___ _____________58c .. kind! for -----------------------------25c
63x90sheets, 70c. kind for _- 52c 25c. kind for _____________________________20c MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, Same Reductions. *

LADIES CORSETS MEN'S ECLIPSE SHIRTS- '

The above are all 1st quality, seamless sheets, stock $3.00 kind for __________________________$2.00 $1.50 kind for __________________________$1.15
if want $2.00 kind for __________________________$1.>O ______80c
is not large; get them at once, you any. $1.00 kind for ______________________
$1.50 kind for ______________________-___$1.00
45x36 Pillow Cases, 25c. kind for ____________19c $1.00 kind for ____________________________80c MEN'S WORK SHIRTS-

45x36 Pillow Cases, 22 &e. kind for _________17c COAT SUITS AND HATS- 50c. kind for _____________________-"_______40cMEN'S .
42x36 Pillow Cases, 20c kind for ____________15c Many kinds of Heavy Winter Goods and Hats will HEAVY UNDER'VEAR' '

Cases 15c. kind for ___________12c be sold at price no reasonable offer will be
42x36 Pillow any = .
50c. kind for __________ _________________40c
42x3 Pillow Cases, 12\&c. kind for -lOc refused.FRUIT .
OF THE LOOM MEN'S UNION SUITS-

OUTING FLANNEL 12 &c. kind for ___________________________09c $1.00 kind for ____________________________75c
12V&C. kind for ----10c Special Nainsook finish, 12V c. kind for _____09c .

10c. kind for ____________________________08c Hope Muslin, lOc. kind for _______________08c SILK HOSE .
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Ginghams, lOc. kind for ___________________08c $1.00 kind for ________________________________75c
POPLIXS23c. Ginghams, 12V/e. kind for _________________lOc 50c. kind for _____________________________40c
; and 35c. kind for ______________________19c Percales, 12c. kind for _______________----lOc 35c. kind for _________________.___________25c



Sale began Monday morning, January 11th at 7 o'clock : l

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THE DAILY THE HAM WHAT AM- ] SIDEI.IGIITSI
Here is andsShould I.
Bargain
a
Just now, this scribe is feasting on
South Florida SentinelMORNING
Virginia ham, sent by a kindly Northern (By W. S. Branch)

AND WEEKLYW. friend. Readers will therefore t tf f be Snappedup

}L GLENN ...... ...........Editor
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W. C. ESSINGTON ,...:.BM .CM Manager excuse what may appear to be a superior "Tampa, the Pay Roll City, sounds *

-- - ---- air and disdainful tone.Tampa good to us, even if Powell does claim by Speculators.
Entered at the at Orlando. Florida
poetoffic -
Tribune. the slogan was borrowed from him. We
a* Second Class Mail Matter. Ask You
SUBSCRIPTION RATES You have got us muddled. Ham From the way those Tampa fellows

Daily 1 Year ........................ 15.00 made in Virginia is Southern ham. go after the thipgs they want and put .
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2.50 Did Northern friend send to Vir- the necessary funds to for
Daily. Month. ...................... 1.25 your up pay .. .. ..
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .5 0 ginia and get some ham and then them, it occurs to us that "Tampa, ...

Weekly 1 Year ...................... 11.00 send it down to you, or was he visit- the Big Wad City," would not be en- Forty-five acres in the Lake ,'\tlf?) ,.

ALL, SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN ing in Virginia and found the ham so tirely inappropriate.
Conway District where like
ADVANCETO good that he made a purchase for -()-

ADVERTISERS: your benefit? "De ham what am" The Right Idea property is selling from $100to

Copy for display and all other haadsetadTertiainc comes from Chicago, according to the The Ocean Steamship company
$125 acre. This tractis To look us up :Monday whether are in
nut b* handed in at the bauaeu advertisements. You must be enjoy- heads an advertisement in the New per you
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office f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. w
the day before publication. This rule applies ing "De ham what ain't."-W. S. B. York papers, "Florida, Now the Win- surrounded by fine, young purchasing hum$ or not. We feel sure
it U
to changes for contract advertising:
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Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. o ter resort of the World. There
Is timberedand that the visit will not
DEAD TOWNS should be plenty of Orlando bokoletson groves. heavily only be a pleasantone

Subscribers should notify desiring the The office Sentinel in writing discontinued on- When a man habitually complainsthat board this company's boats. is very rich soil. Owneris to yourself, but one of education in

the date of expiration otherwise it will be his home town is dead it may be Price Reductions.
continued at the regular subscription rates a non-resident and has in-
LETTERS TO THE SENTINEL
until notice to stop is received taken for granted that he has done
Telephone Nub r ...................... 21
his worst to make it dead, and that structed us to sell this prop-

TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1915. he is even deader than his town. A Editor Sentinel-Having completedour
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full term of office erty at only sixty dollars
- - - preacher once said at a funeral" ser- we have retired per

Running an automobile without a vice, "The late respected corpse was a from the positions of register ,aere. WE EMPHASIZE: IN PARTICULAR:

1915 license promises to be a bit riskyin member of this church for forty and receiver of the U. S. land officeat I I

Orange county. years." There are lots of towns like Gainesville, Florida. We desire to I '

o that unfortunate church in that they express to you our grateful appreciation 1 OUR

;' Did you learn to swim yesterday? have "respected. corpses" in the pop- for the many courtesies extendedto Cooper Atha

If not, why not?-you'll never havea ulation. It needs live men and not us while in office and wish for you I

better opportunity. dead men' to build up a town. continued prosperity in the years to 114 Sooth Orange Are, Ground Floor READYTOWEARDEPARTMENT
come.
o o .
Ash Wednesday falls on February LET GEORGE DO IT- Henry S. Chubb retires to "Rock Phone No. 311 I

17th this year and Easter Sunday on George Mason seems to be the most Haven," his country home and grape- i iI
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April 4th, eight days earlier than last talked of man in Jacksonville just at fruit grove at Princeton Postoffice, I I --
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Dade county, Florida, and Shields
year. present. In fact, we believe George : THAT GOOD } "NOTHING
CARRIED
.Warren continues the practice of his i OVER FROM
o could be elected mayor if he should
The be alert but profession as an architect and a mem- } ONE SEASON TO ANOTHER," is the
enough
police may make the run. But with his hotel anda

it's a good idea to keep the doors two hundred and fifty thousand ber of the firm of Warren & Goin, GULf GASOLINE Store's policy on all goods intended for oneseason's

locked and bring in the clothes from state fair on his hands he has no timeto .Gainesville, Florida. [I ,
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selling.
HENRY S. CHUBB. :
the line.
i io engage in politics or to attend to
SHIELDS WARREN.
I the duties of an office. "Let Georgedo AND .
} I IiSUPREME
Have you a grudge against any- it," is now the slogan of joyous I

body? If so take it out on the weather Jacksonville. S. B. Mrs. Waters Howe returned yesterday

man by standing in the rain for o afternoon from Jacksonville, AUTO OIL We have several handsome Coat Suits

where she had been visiting relativesand
two hours. TWO CASESA left over after our phenomenal season'sselling
friends. Miss Lucile Quarterman -I ARE THE BEST FOR YOUR CAR
o New York girl went five thou- _
an attractive young lady of and have placed them for
As the it less
war quick
progresses grows sand miles to married and Minneapolis
get a I (
!Drums for shipping and storage
and less Nashville, Tenn., a niece ofIrs..
fascinating to men
young wants divorce from clearance.
man a Howe, accompanied her home and will I tanks kept on hand. .
who can see nothing romantic in his wife who has
run away fifty-one spend some time in Orlando as her I ti I
wholesale mechanical ;
butchery. times and come back till he's tiredof guest. 'Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit

o seeing her coming. Here are two I all cars. Give make of car when you
:Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Robson, of Rich-
Neither Kipling nor Doyle nor yet cases which show that it makes a I order. SEE THE GARMENTS A
mond, Va., are in Orlando for a visit
Bernard Shaw ever wrote anythingthat
difference which end of the line
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was read as eagerly in Englandas fellow is at when seeing 'em cominghis of several days. They arrived Sun- BEING COMPARE THE PRICES
are the lists of England's slain. day over the Atlantic Coast Line GULF CO

o way. along with several others from the YOUR INCLINATIONS WILL DO TH.E

'Sing for an hour every day and o Old Dominion State, and are thus far P. G. WALTON, Agent *

you will not have indigestion," says a ADDITIONAL LOCAL delighted with the City Beautiful. Office Phone 450. REST

physician. :Most of the neighborswill They are stopping at one of the select Residence Phone 269.
Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Heeth and
boarding houses.
probably imagine you have, how- ,
daughter Miss Flora, arrived yesterday :Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Stranham are in
ever.
from Thomasville, Ga., and are Orlando on their intial trip. When

Despite the depressing o influences guests of their uncle and aunt, Mr. they left their home in Toledo, Ohio, Regular value $15.00 to $25.00 4.98

and Mrs. II. T. Butler, at their hos- the weather was disagreeableand VENEER CORES 7
of the Panama canal is already very
war the.
beginning, to pay its way. pitable home, 12 Gore avenue. they are enjoying very much the Regular values $30 to $35 for H.48

Those who allege that this government congenial warmth of the City Beautiful. $1.25 '"

can not successfully conduct Miss Jennie Moore, who has been They are touring Florida and Regular values $40. to $50 for. $15.43

great business must look for new any ar visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Siemens will tarry here until the last of next Per Strand Up

left yesterday afternoon for Bellair, month in order to take in the Sub-
FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND
guments.-Chicago Daily News. i values for. 21.48
to
Regular $55 $65
o i where she will visit for a while be- tropical! Midwinter Exposition.Mr. OAK WOOD

fore returning to her home in Ten- John Ramke leaves today for 1-
Besides the foot and mouth disease, Orlando Wood YardB.
there is the hand and back disease, nessee. Atlanta, Ga., where he will attend a
t
peculiar to householders who are required "big gathering" of all the representatives W. Kingsley, Proprietor
Mrs. O. A. DeLoste arrived in Orlando PINE STREET AND R. R.
of the Coca-Cola Oncea
to shovel the snow from their company. These charming costumes are all of
yesterday afternoon over the the who Telephone 344
men sell this famous
year
premises, remarks the Chicago Daily 9-30
News, all of which Orlando can not Tampa Special from Indianapolis, drink meet in the "Gate City" for a this season's productions, and are made by

Ind., and will spend the winter with good time, and we venture the asser- ,
the foremost manufacturers of NeW
fully appreciate, as "snow, beautiful one of <<
snow" is unknown in these parts. her daughter, Mrs. C. A. Marsh, at tion that Jthere will be none in that *

0 Clermont. Mrs. DeLoste is the sisterof multitude who will enjoy it more than Find what you want in the Sentinel York, and demonstrate Americas efficiency. -

Mr. John A. Abberger, of this city. Orlando's genial, jovial John. want columns. .
The high price of eggs is not due in producing replicas of exclusive

entirely to the European war. The
Mrs. A. L. Smith, who has been visiting - French models. |
hens industriously abstaining
are
relatives in this city for sev-
from their wonted function and the i
eral days, returned yesterday after-
effects of the "strike" are seriouslyfelt. iI
noon to her home in Jacksonville. She
At such a time the cold storage I
was accompanied by her daughter -
brand enjoys better standing thanit
a
Miss Mary, who will be absent
does at certain seasons of the I Io
year.
from Orlando for about a week.
Sale of Men's SuitsAn

The man who does his duty saves
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Green were
something each week for the protec TRADE OR SELL
among the passengers arriving in the "Emphasis" in Price Reduction
tion of his family. For the best .
city yesterday over the Atlantic Coast
thing a man can do in this world is
Line. from Elmira N. Y.
They are '
to do his entire duty to those who are
35 MEN'S SUITS
and will remain until the first of
dependent upon him. And the easiest,
March. They have accommodationson
safest and most profitable way to do -'"
.
Magnolia avenue.
this is to buy a home in Orlando or In fine qualities of Serges and Fancy Wor-j
Forty acres of high Pine Land covered with heavy .
Orange county. I
Messrs. Roy Roper, A. J. Willis and steds, broken lots, worth $17.00, $20.00
o growth of virgin timber enclosed with new hog proof
H. G. Brieley, of Winter Garden,were 1
There is a pressing demand that and $22.50, most of them made by |
in Orlando to
yesterday en route
;
people live within their means and fence. Very comfortable dwelling in first-class condition,
Jacksonville, where they will repre- i HART SCHAFFNER AND MARX
not above them, as too many do. If
made that II sent South Apopka Lodge, No. 165, at and excellent barn. Good water. Located at Fort ChristI I
anybody a new year resolve -
the Grand Lodge of :Masons which
and doubtless did, let : On Monday, Your choice -
many convenes in that city today. : mas. Owner purchased this place and fixed it up for
them hold to it at all hazards. Us-

ually it makes all the difference be- Mrs. R. M. Buckmaster arrived in hunting lodge, and now wishes' to sell it for cash, or will

tween happiness and unhappiness, $9.98:
and between comfort and misry. the city Thursday from Orlando and trade for other property. No objection to putting in ad- : .
has joined her husband Dr. Buckmaster -

o who reached Arcadia several days ditional money, if your property has the value. This is I "

The woman are forging ahead, even ago, and will make this their life

though a number of states which they time abiding place. Arcadia welcomes an opportunity for somebody. :

campaigned thoroughly failed to vote this popular family in our I

for equal suffrage. But a woman has midst.-Enterprise, Arcadia.

just been appointed assistant United

States attorney at San Francisco, and Col. and Mrs O. R. Cooke, promi- .

that is something in the way of recognition nent winter residents of Orlando,

particularly as she is the have returned from Pittsburg, Pa.,

first woman in the country to occupy where they spent the summer, and S.Y.WAYInsurance

such a position.A are again occupying their pretty win- DI.CKSON IVES CO.

o ter home, "Rose Villa," on East South

physician, known for his coolness street. Their many friends are delighted -

and skill in surgery went ta a dent- to see them again. and Real Estate Agent

ist to have a tooch extracted and oth-

er work done on his mouth. "Will it Mr. II. M. Herbert, of Newton, .DEPARTMENT STORE;

be painful?" asked the physician, Kansas, is among the new comers PHONE 172 .. .

quakingly. "Itll be just as painlessas now sojourning in Orlando. Like every M ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

one of surgical operations who visits the Beautiful
your one City a
of service of
The Store true never-failing courtesy
the dentist replied, encouragingly. he likes Orlando and thinks it a very -
of fair dealing, of trustworthy
Grabbing up his hat hurriedly, the pretty place. This is his first visit, mere
chandise, at right prices
physician remarked as he started toward but when he returns home, which will
ORLANDO *
the door: "I forgot I had an be some time the last of next month, FLORIDA

engagement in my office for this wKl: make arrangements. to return .

hour. I'll see you later, Doc." early next fall.


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Open 2 p. in. and 6:30 p. m. !

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Office: telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 2$4 Admission 5 centstllMMIIMIMIIIMIIMt 1- How to Provethat

Bosworth Inc., Presents

WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR people of Orlando this afternoon and TODAY'S PROGRAM aFountain

evening at the Methodist church; subjects PenWon't
"FALSE COLOURS" 4-Reels--I
19th23rrLTuesday "The Great American
Jan. ChallengeA "
Imp. "Joe, the Pirate.
Fight to the Finish," and "OurNation's "
Nestor. "The Old Bell Ringer, Leak
Jewels-Boys and Girls. featuring Murdock McQuarrie.
"Auctioneers;" Miss Sheppard hos- Mrs. Geo. E. Macey will have chargeof "
CrystaL "Charlie* Woos Vivian. T 001;at the feed
tnbe. If IfitsC1llWd-
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tess, Cathedral school. the afternoon meeting. A ladies'quartette Farce comedy, with Vivian Prescott 1 like the Parker-the Pen woaTak
Junior Matrons Card Club; Mrs. will sing, and other special and Charles DeForrest. The Parker Lucky Curve Feed Tub
..... .
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Gordon Wright, hostess. music will be given. Admission free. .u, tin fern/causing Capillary -
Nestor. "The Wall of Flame. A
Attraction.
Sorosis Club; discussion, "Present Every one is invited to hear this eloquent Western drama, featuring Murdock of feed tube as in This picture draws the ink instant out
Day I.eader in Politics." speaker, both afternoon and Mckuarrie. you turn pen upright. That why
8:30 P. M.-confederate receptionand % evening, who has the reputation of Parkers wont leak '

ball, Armory. being the "South's most finished.ora- CAR OF MYSTERY HERE feed ordiuaryfountatnpensbavestraizht tubes in which ink stays, even .
WednesdaySans tor." when pen is point up. Air inside of
Dodge Brothers' new car arrivedin Pen.expandinKfromheatof:your body
Souci Club Mrs. A. R. -
; Bogue, } 4 \ forces this ink out onto end of
hostess. Other Society Notes Orlando yesterday and today will I Standard style Parker Lucky gne II

Young Matrons Card Club; Mrs. Mrs. J. N. Bradshaw entertained be on display at the Orlando Auto and Pens ornamentation.$1.50 to$250.00 according to sue
Hal Beardall, hostess. informally last evening with three L
Unity Circle; topic, "Be Fair to the tables of cards in compliment to Miss and Supply company's garage for an New Parker Jack Knife Safety Pea ,
cannot leak if it tries.
indefinite time. It will doubtless attract You ran even
"
-
Christian Scientist. May Bradshaw, of St. Petersburg, carry it nfiUt 4.w.. Prices $2.50 up.
Weekly dance, Lucerne hotel. who is her house guest for a few a great deal of interest.Mr. i
Men's Forum, Chapter House. weeks. After the games dainty ,refreshments -

Thursday were served. Gilbert Lee, who has been a

Elizabeth Bachelor Branham Girls ,Card hostess.Club; Miss Mr. and Mrs.-.Ivan- O. Worth returned student at the University of Florida I I aholds

Rosalind Club afternoon. Sunday afternoon from an extended .at Gainesville, returned home yester- tucicrOURV :t tuN

tier"Here, hostess.and There" Club; Mrs. Whit- down the wedding East Coast tour of over Florida the,exten-going F day afternoon to recuperate, having ; A I PENNew

been sick since his return to that institution -
8:30 P. M.Rosalind reception to sion to Key West, and by boat to r Zt
Parker
Mrs. Pell-Clarke. Tampa thence up the West Coast. after spending the holidays Disappearing CLp !
They will be at home to their friendsat in Orlando with his Mr. and onto your pocket _
Friday parents, like a snapping turtle [JUtttna
Nullos Club; Mrs. F. D. Carr. 308 North Main street.0 ti eY Mrs. C. G. Lee. and Jlimn n into its LK T rf

Fortnightly Literary Club, Cathe- The crowd- -of shell when you want to .uq .
dral school. jully young people I write. 0 0Get
'
Basket Ball, Cathedral school vs. who picnicked at "Beegiwpoche"camp 7 J Money refunded if t
Stetson. on New Year's enjoyed a thea- ; any Parker Pen doesn't frj
tre party last evening at the Coburn LucerneTODAY please. We protect I
Saturday Minstrels, sixteen attending the per dealer. _
Boston Grand
Lucerne thea-
opera- formance. On Sunday evening they a leakless Parker Pea into]gear
tre. were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. pocket before Unucbt. ,

\ M. Glenn on South West street. W.I A powerful drama in which
Change in Hour Mr and Mrs Earl Gore are receiv- _
The Sorosis Club will meet this af- ing congratulations upon the arrivalof right triumphs 1 El
ternoon at 3:30 o'clock instead of t
.. 3 .
Sunday morning.The
Earl junior on

o'clock Stagg will as previously deliver an announced.address. Dr. along mother nicely.and little son are getting .A..llsc.: & co4,

IX D. C. Reception and Ball 1
The United. Daughters of the Con- Birthday-0-Party "THE CITY OF DARKNESS JEWELERS

federacy reception and ball, which is Miss Margaret lIcNeiUyesterday 6. ;

one of the social events of each win- celebrated her fifteenth birthday witha A Paramount Production in ": lie .CJ!
ter season, will occur tonight at the
theatre at the
pleasing party
A Broncho Special Feature
Armory building at eight-thirty. Arrangements -
Grand's matinee performance, fifteenof
have been made to enter- Five Great Parts
tain her little friends enjoying the complete in two parts. I. .
many guests. with her. 1..I. . . .II.ID..I..I..rl..I..III.I..I.
party
The deceiving line will be composedof - : t
the officers of the Annie Coleman
The Round Table
Chapter: President Miss Mary Rob- The Round Table, held at the Unity :
inson, with Mrs. A. R. Bogue, Mrs. 1
Chapel on Sunday evenings, is becom-
Edna Fuller. Miss Mary Branham, I : 1t
ing popular. Last Sunday even- t
Mrs. Seth Woodruff. Mrs. W. P. Wat- very "UMPING INTO HAPPINESS
ing there was barely room, some be- .,
Hear "THAT ORCHESTRA"
and satisfaction
son, and Mrs. B. M. Robinson. After : SUN PROOF PAINT
ing compelled to stand, for those who i
all the have arrived the
ball
guests came,to hear Dr. H. W. Ballentine '
will be opened as usual, with the : are as inseparable as
the third in the series of lectureson .
give - A Beauty Comedy Featuring
grand march, Miss Robinson with her
escort, leading Florida, Her Resources and Development : freckles and red hair. Ask the '
which the Round Tableis
The hall has been beautifully dec- 10 cents : Wall Co. t
Paint
studying this year. Dr. Ballentine'ssubject 20.centsTOO Orlando & Paper ,
orated by Mrs. Geo. R. Newell, Mrs.F. "
"Florida: Birds. The
D. Carr, Mrs. Louis Dolive, and was FischerSAME : 205 So. Orange A\enue. -
Doctor comes from East Orange N. J., Margurite .
Misses Jean Person, Rosina Jacocks,
but being a lover of birds and nature, LATE TO CLASSIFY ,
and Alma DeLaney. A delicious
sup- I he often walks in our Florida woods .
will be served by Mesdames
per and has made of the Florida I
a study .
Woodruff, S. G. Dolive Robt. Howe. I WANTED-To rent or buy a small .
feathered inhabitants. One
W. P. Watson. J. N. McElroy, B. M. thought cottage or bungalow. Address
I that he that there
: gave was are .
Robinson. Cottage, care Sentinel. 1-19-ltG
ninety different kinds of birds around LITTLE PRICES
Other committees who have helpedto _
,. .p..iiB$44I4SeOIeSSSIIIISStOIIItIIS
Orlando ducks and of
not including ,
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make this annual and ball
.
supper FOR .RENT Two
these sixty-eight are commonly seen very pleasantrooms
a brilliant success are:
in the city. Dr. Ballentine closed his with board; private family; --
Soliciting-Mesdames Chas. Camp- :205 East Robinson
address with for the avenue. l-19-3t-
bell, A. R. Bogue, D. C. Thompson, an appeal pro-
tection of the birds. make
M. Overstreet, Phillip Slemons. They
Tickets-Misses 9. Margaret Hart, Florida their winter home, as do so POSITION WANTED by chauffeur; FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL:

Willie Person, Mary Howard. many people and we should value experience of four years; am licensed -
Dressing Room and Lighst-Mrs. them as not only songsters but for chauffeur and repairman. Ad-
Edna Fullerand Mrs. LaRue Bliss. the good work they do killing the dress A. B. C., Sentinel. 1-19-31
thousands of insects that bother our Established 1886
Invitations-Mrs. B. G. Abernethy,
Misses Rita Lawton and Mary Bran- gardens and trees. The topic for I THREE LOTS and a five room house,
ham. next ,Sunday evening is "The Public I located on_ Ohio avenue in Oak-
Serving-Misses Elizabeth Bran- School System of Florida," by Mrs. ; wood Park, for sale. For further information

ham, Jean Person. Alma DeLaney, Fred Stanley.Dr. call at tent on Ohio ave- CURTIS & O'NEALINSURANCE

Fanny Robinson, May Sloan, and Mrs. nue. l-19-6t

David Rogers. H. M. Boyd, of Winter Garden, :

Renting Dishes etc.-Mrs. Barnes was in Orlando yesterday en route to FOR RENT-Suite of two rooms for
and Mrs. Chas. Lartigue. light housekeeping; modern conven-
Floor-Dr. Sylvan McElroy, chair- Sanford on professional business.Dr. iences; with private family; to adults LOANS

man; Messrs. James DeLaney, Louis Boyd is the son of Mr. and Mrs.B. only. Apply 512 South Lake street. .

Dolive, Nevin Sloan, and Dr. B. C. T. Boyd and has been out West Phone 562. 1-19-6t-

Abernethy.The for three and the that he
years news REAL ESTATE RENTALS
admission will be one dollar, SALE-Ten ;
FOR months old
make Orange his pointer
including the ball and supper. expects to county
pup; full blood and pedigreed;
.
-0At home will be gladly received by many white with liver spots. Address, or
San Juan Hotel
friends. apply at Postmaster, Maitland, Fla.
The Saturday Auction Bridge Club I I l-19-2t
was entertained by Mrs. Richert at
-
the San Juan hotel. Most interesting Mr. and Mrs. B. Cooley, of Galena,
games were enjoyed by the guests,at FOR SALE-Fresh Eggs. Fowls and .
Kansas who have been
.spending
a
the conclusion of which they were Chickens, including vegetables from FOR RENT-..Bungalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main
served to delicious refreshments at week or more in Orlando, guests at the garden, fresh and your choicein

the Cornish Tea Room. Beautiful fa- the Orland hotel, went out to Oakland oranges and grapefruit. Call at Street.

t vors were' given each guest as a souvenir where they will remain until late in 730 Center street and select your
of pleasant afternoon.0 choice. 1-19-lt
a very
the Mr. has
spring. Cooley a large

Mann-0-"At Home- touring car now en route to Orange Seven Room House, South Orlando.
FOR SALE-Six cylinder Thomas
Mrs. Cameron Mann will be "athome" county and is anxiously awaiting its
in condition four
touring car, good ;
at the Bishopstead on Wednes-
._ afternoon of this week and also arrival. new tires; an excellent motor; cost South West Orlando.
day 4,500 new; will sell cheap for cash, or Two New Five Room Houses,
on next Wednesday, January 27th.
take a good Ford touring car as part
-0-- The Sunrise Fruit Company at Vik- payment. Address P. O. Box No. 2,
W. C. T. U. Meeting
ing are preparing'to plant a consider- Formosa, Fla. 1-19-61
The Woman's Christian Temperance -
Union will have lion. Jos. G. able acerage to citrus trees this sea- -

Camp, the noted lecturer, talk to the son. Get the news.in the Sentinel first.B0B13EBROTHERS 'I'I'I'IIII I'IIII' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


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ter, gas, electric lights, bath, etc.; l..umber, Laths and shi 1esr
t SENTINEL barn, stable chicken house; lot 100 by
k 200 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange
avenue. 10-31-t

WANTS FOR RENT-Large, attractive room.
Inquire No. 8 West Washington St.

I 11-8-tfc

The Morning Sentinel Want FOR RENT-SmalJ.flat, modtrn con-
veniences, unfurnished.
Jas. A.
Directory is the Greatest Want .
Knox. .
11-3-tf ORLANDO
Ad Medium in Orlando. .

Terms Cash in Advance. NICE, LARGE FURNISHED. ROOM, 1
to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
RATES 10-25-tf

For One Day ______________25(. -
For Three Days ____________50c<<: WANTEDWANTEDA Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime '!
I For Six Days _______________75c
HEHASIIARRIVED. WHO? For One Month ____________$2.50 white girl for general
housework. Address 19 East Pine.
This rate applies on all ads of l-17-3t xWANTED
Homeseeker He 25 words or less. If the ad con-
Mr. says:
tains more than 25 words the rate 11111111111111111111.1111111111111111111111111111111111111 11111111111111111111.
"I have now decided -Middle aged woman for
will be one cent per word for
each additional word, for each in- house work. Apply Box H., care
I WILL BUY IN ORLANDO sertion. ''JtJ Sentinel. 1-5-tf
If can't bring ad to
you your
PUTTYLESS WINDOW
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- SASHTheowner I SUB-TROPICAL EXPOSITION
i This is the most up-to-date counts opened by telephone will be wants to trade full right of
and cleanest city I have seen. payable the following day. Florida to make and sell for Orlandoflat
centrally located. Call 407 Jackson -
f THE PEOPLE ARE MORE Every Home-Every Business- street, evenings at 6 o'clock. -MID-WINTER-
Every Man has use for a 11-17-6t-
f PROGRESSIVEIt Sentinel Want Ad.
BUYERS AND SELLERSI .
presents the best general buy, sell rent, and exchange real
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
of I
place -
appearance
any" FOR SALE over 30 years. Have handled over ir'T
{ have now visited. .
$20,000,000. Call and see me. ..
We In Orlando FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.TEN .

City Homes specialize and will be riety and fruits tools best 1,600 farm trees in; elegant county; up-va- ACRES overlooking Orlando; REB.:: 9-13 1915EDUCATIONAL

pleased to have you call and to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock all cleared; fine land; good home ,
and let us show you our real I Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- site. $2,000. II. C. McDaniel. Phone .

values in this class of props er. 1-16-tfc 708.
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s erty. FOR SALE-A thoroughly reliable Now is the time to buy your seed
horse; good roadster; penile and Irish potatoes. Wilson & Toomer
k fine appearance. Together with have the Improved Rose No. 4 and Embracing-Agriculture, Horticulture, Floriculture, Domestic
: ORLANDO BUILDING LAND COII buggy and harness. Apply P. O. Box Bliss Triumph, grown specially for
119 Winter Park Fla. them, and inspected by U. S. govern Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry,
l-16-d3t-wlt ment. See II. C. McDaniel, agent.
North Orange Avenue Phone 708. l-8-12t and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports
PHONE 608 FOR SALE-24 acres good citrus
land, 4 miles,from court house, fac- FOR CORNS, bunions ingrowingnails AreoplansLectures and Entertainments of all kindsFor
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL ing one-fourth mile on proposed brick see the chiropodist for men .
road. $500, take it in next 30 days.P. and women. L. J. Mustard, over Mc-
FRED. B. DALEC. O. Box 486. l-13-6t Elroy's drug store 117 Orange ave-
H. BRYANT Pedicure
nue. and manicure.
a FOR SALE-A very attractive sub- 116lmcNICHOLAS information or premium list, address
i DAVIS A GILES CounselF. urban home, situated on north bankof
A. PEPPERCORN. Contractor Lake Concord; high elevation; & NICHOLAS \VM. R. O'NEAL, Sec'y H. H. DICKSON, Pres.
view of
high elevation; commands MANUFACTURE all classes of hairgoods
three large lakes; in the prettiest ; prices reasonable and work
suburb of Orlando; lot size 158x1320 first class. Call and. see us at 303
feet, fronts 158 feet private lake front Garland street. 1-6-lmo t'lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll)111III IIItlllllllllllllllC
: "DIXIE and 158 feet on Lakeview avenue; has
LIMITED"Between 65 young citrus trees, all varieties. TTE\"TION-$700! corner lot, good
This is a choice piece of property. location two blocks north of Lake
Will be sold very low to a quick buyer. Eola, $500; must sell; would consider .
See the owner at 98 Lakeview small cash part payment. E. R. T.,
avenue. 1.166t Box 122. l-17-6t .
f J cksonville Chicago and St. Louis '
FOR SALE-Story & Clark upright WE HAVE NOW READY FOR DE. '
Reestablished January 6, 1915 grand piano won by Miss Myrtle LIVERY Irish Potatoes, warranted 3 ziw tKINCAID
Weeks in the recent contest will be free from scab or other diseases. 1f"I' -
Northbound Daily Southbound sold for benefit of Baptist church Drop me a card or phone 708 and let .
9:35: am Lv. Jacksonv'e Ar. 7:30 building fqnd. Piano may be seen us talk over your requirements. I
pm at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E.
5:08pmAr.8:03pmAr.. Macon Lv.11:45 am will make it to our mutual advan-
Atlanta Lv. 8:35 am Weeks 10 Washington street. tage. H. C. McDaniel.
1-13-tfc
12:18 am Ar. Chattan'ga Lv. 4:37 am
4.50 am Ar. Nashville Lv.12.10 am -r, NOTI -I have accepted agency for
9:28 am Ar. Evansville Lv. 7:30pm FOR SALE-To those only who Wilson & Toomer's fertilizers in .
6:35 pm Ar.2:59pmAr.. Chicago Lv.11:30 am cash capital to invest in winter Orange county and will appreciatethe an ll SNOSYBEN
St. Louis" Lv.2:15pm homes; also big acreage in groves and patronage of their old customers,
trucking lands. Address Box 814, and hope to make new friends for this
Orlando. 1-8-lmoc firm. Their Ideal brands are too well
Solid Train
CompartmentObservation known for any comment at my hands.

coaches cars, between Standard Jacksonville Pullman cars and and FOR SALE!-30 acres land, 20 fenced, My experience as a grower of both Orlando's Largest and Cheapest
fruit and vegetables warrants we in .
Chicago. Standard Pullman 10 cleared ready for setting trees; .
sleepers
Jacksonville to St. Louis.DINING close to depot, 3 miles from Orlando. saying as their agent, I can be of
Cheap if sold in 30 days. Lock Box real service to those who have grove
No. 4, 1-3-lmo trouble. I am' prepared to give to FURNITURE HOUSECor.
CARS my patrons not only my own experi-
ence, but that of the firm, which cov-
FOR SALE-One seven passenger, ers every detail of the citrus and veg-
six cylinder automobile, 1 year old, citrus industry. H. C. McDaniel.
Atlantic Coasts Line first class condition. Don't answer Phone 708.EIGHTEEN. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
unless interested. Address Bargain
Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. care of Sentinel. 11-14-tf AND A HALF ACRESof
land on Lake Gatlin; sixteen in
G.KlRKLANDD.P.A. FOR SALE five year old oranges and grapefruit;
overlooks four lakes; in perfect con-
Tampa, Florida. Terms to Suit Purchaser dition. Price $12,000. Nothing bet- -
Good citrus and truck land, cleared, I ter in Florida, unless it is the prop- .
in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots, on erty below described. I
brick road to be built this year, two
Real Estate miles from Orlando. Phone 1024 4 TWENTY ACRES, in good neighborhood .
Boughtand rings,or write H. G.Jackson, R. F. D.- ; fine land; 10 acres in bear- .' ,
No.2, Orlando, for appointment. ing trees; good lake protection; good .
Sold.City 1-7-lmo crop on trees Price $10,000, with
fruit; or owner' will keep fruit de- .

FOR RENT ducting for reasons$2,000 beyond for same.owners Offered control.only .Beaill B the N w Year Bit

Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash VERY DESIRABLE ROOM, with private See H. C. McDaniel for particulars.
all conveniences bath
family
; ; Phone 708.OSTEOPATHY. .
and $1.00 per week buys a Lot electricity etc; close in. 305 East f

RENTS COLLECTED. Church street. l-17-3t

Notary Work Promptly and Neatly FOR RENT-A suite of rooms for
Done. light housekeeping, with bath, hot
and cold water; a pleasant neighbor- DR. J. HOWELL Cook and Heat.
hood; close in; near Eola park. Call Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon

N. P. HATCHERORLANDO 307 East Pine. l-16-6t Kirksville Consultation Graduate Free

FOR RENT-Kooms. 3:50 per week, 'Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan .
,FLORIDA in the best part of the city; also HoteL I
Office at Pinehurst ParkP. housekeeping rooms. The St. James Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 WITH
308 West street. 115.6t* Orland,' Fla. ,
0. Box 281

PHONE 405 JO-8-lm FOR RENT-At Windermere, 12
miles from Orlando, two well furnished .
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heated rooms, each having 3 LAKE SITE
large windows, in pleasant cottage on
ORLANDOPLUMBING Lake Butler. Use of bath and large
screened porches facing lake; near ;
Rossmore Inn. Would also rent fully I II I GAS
quipped kitchen if desired. Address !
kl. A. Buckley, Windemere. Fla. Four miles from Orlando one .
CO 1-14-lwk
,; mile from Post Office Schools

FOR RENT-To single adult, very and Churches and Packing

26 WEST PINE STREET conveniences desirable furnished in choice room neighborhood.with all House. On good road just one ,

PHONE Apply 408 East Pine street. mile from Orlando Sandford
122

1-13-Gt FOR RENT-Fw-nished rooms for Surrounded road. by fine Groves; Vir- be : .

Best Plumbing at Low- and light third housekeeping floors; no objection on first to second chil- ginia Pine Timber. Excellent Tliell n You'll Surely llay J..

Land with water
est PricesWe dren over 12 or under 1 year. 300 Citrus protec-
.
East Concord. Phone 380. 1-2-tfc tion and beautiful lake frontage -

are not in the combine.
SEVEN ROOM, new stucco cottage,
SLAUTER'S latest inventions usedon one block from Eola park; com- Sixty Acres at _
all firat.dasaPlumbing mands fine view of city. Price $5,500.H. .
C. McDaniel, phone 708.
Construction: $20 Per Acre ;
FOR RENT Rooms, with or without
board; also rooms for light house- ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO. : E
keeping; several apartments from 1 : ,....-
NEIL McDUFFEE toI rooms, each at very reasonable 1
prices. Inquire of F. L. Anderson Think of it and see .
112 West Church street. Phone 459.
Contractor 12-6-tf GAS DEPARTMENT I
and BuilderRUllgaou.s
TEACH YOUR DOLLARS to have ; DRUM REAL ESTATE CO. j -
a Specialty '
more cents and attend T. O. Brown'sReal i I
Arcade Sale for Men Tuesday the 12th I
,
Building. Orlando
Watkins Block PHONE 504 -
to Saturday the 16th. 1-12-tf I I .
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December 19, 1913. Ambrin Island WELL KNOWN IN ORLANDOM. .
GOV. O'NEAL WON'T SIGN THE SHIP PURCHASE BILL New Hebrides, partly submerged; 500

ROOFINGAND lives lost.January. W. Rice just received a* tele-
Refuses to Take Action on StateWide Senate Will Take Action on This 19, 1914.-Sakura, Japan gram this morning from his brother
earthquake and volcanic eruption; 250 J. M. Rice at Hampden Sidney, Va.,
I Prohibition Bills for Measure
to the Exclusionof
lives lost; 700 injured; property dam- that their mother, Mrs. Elizabeth A.
SHEET METAL CO. Alabama-Leaves It All Other $2,000,000.
age, Rice, was paralyzed and to come at
to Henderson Matters March 15, 1914.-Island of Hondo, once. Mr. Rice left on the first train.
Japan; 360 killed; 200 injured (most Mrs. Rice is over 80 years of age and,
Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos Montgomery, Ala., Jan. 16.-Gov- Washington, Jan. 16.-The senate of killed miners entombed in collapseof while Mr. Rice hoped for the best, he s
.
ernor-elect Charles Henderson and Democrats in caucus this afternoon copper mine) hastened to biff mother's bedside so
and Rubber RoofingsCornices not Governor O'Neal will be com- agreed to take action this session on. May 8, 1914.-Catania. Sicily; 200 as to be 'present in case the worst
pelled to or disapprove the the ship purchase bill, although they killed; 500 or more injured; many should happen.-Tropical Sun, West
Skylights. Healing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings approve refused to endorse the administration neighboring villages destroyed. Palm Beach.
recently passed state-wide prohibition measure. They decided that the ship-: October 3, 1914.-Northern Asia The Rice family resided in Orlandofor
bills for Alabama. Governor O'Neal ping bill in some form at a very early :Minor; 2,500 killed over 5,000 injured a number of years. M. W. Rice
Works: (14 E. Church St. ORLANDOHMIIIIIMMIiillMMMIIMIIMMIIIMMMMMMtlll
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announced tonight that he would take date should be exported to the senate ; 300 square miles of territory was associated with his brothers in
!no action whatever but leave it en- and pressed for consideration to the laid waste. I I.the furniture business while Joe Rice
;!tirely to Henderson who becomes governor exclusion of even the appropriation I.i i was city editor of the Reporter.One .
4 I on Monday next. Governor| bills until its final disposition. Another Sixty-two crates of pines were one I
!i O'Neal, in refusing to sign the bill, caucus is to be held :Monday day's shipment from Punta Gorda I thousand quarts of berries left
BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT I f said it might embarrass Henderson's I night when various amendments and last week. Midway last week.
!,i administration, who was elected on a substitutes bearing upon the proposed -- -- ----
LUGRNE NIG1T 'local option platform. The prohibition sihp purchase bill will be passed
Saturday January 23rd I bills were placed before O'Neal upon.EARTIIQU.KES.
i THEATRE ONLYThe .1'for signature this afternoon. I' I WRIGHT SEED CO.We .
OF THE LAST
:i HIGH SCHOOL NOTES DECADE AND LOSS OF LIFE
Society Event of the Theatrical SeasonENGLISH ,I I.. AND PROPERTY carry the Largest Stock of Seed in

:, By Arthur Ivey. Orange County. Agents for the Celebrated -
The High School basket ball team April 18, 1906-San Francisco, CaL;
BOSTON I OPERA COMPANY :i went up against the Tri-Mus for a earthquake, followed by fire; 452 National Guano Fertilizers
:1 trial of skill Friday afternoon and killed; 1,500 injured; property dam-
:i j the Tri-Mu team had our crowd beaten age $350,000,000. 206 So. Orange Ave.
In a Master Production of the World's Favorite OperaVERDI'S -
from start to finish. August 16, 1906-Valparaiso,Chile; .
BEAUTIFUL :I I A goodly springling of High School 1,500 killed; 3,000 injured (both esti-
:'students was in evidence at the Rol- mated); property damage, $100,000000. ,- .111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.....
"IL TROVATORE : lins-Cathedral basket ball game Friday .
:I evening. Among the spectators January 14, 1907-Kingston, Jamaica and
Painting Decorating
.1{were numbers of Rollins fans who ; 1,100 killed; 2,000 injured (es-
With the Most Remarkable Cast of Stars Ever Heard in :j lost no opportunity to cheer their timated); property damage $25,000000. ,- I
English Opera, including .i side. .
:J At a class meeting of seniors, held December 28, 1908.-Sicily and Ca- Have your house painted now and save money.
I JOSEPH F. mm{[ A6lERICTEN0REATEST :I j Wednesday, January 13, the question labria; 76,483 killed; 95,470 injured; Years of trying and now can paint your house and give
I of selecting class pins was broughtup I property damage beyond all calcula- one-third of
Leave
for discussion, several members 1 tion. Towns of Messina, Faro, Santa you four years' guarantee. money
MIRTH CARMEN LOUIS HEMMING being in favor of adopting a class I Teresa, Scalleta, Reggio Gallico San with you for that time. I put on paper that will stay on. I
HAROLD J. GEIS ARTHUR DEANE emblem suitable for mounting on Giovanni Pellaro and Palmi whollyer Work the best and prices the cheapest. Estimates free.
HENRI DeVAREE EVLINE VAN AERNAM pins, while there were others who I partly destroyed. Address GIBBS, MAGNOLIA HOUSElltHTIiniqttlHtttti
WILLIAM HAMILTON WILLIAM YOUNG were equally anxious to have rings. I April 18 to May 5, 1910.Cartagoand '
ELAINE DeSELLEM CLARK HARCOURT : 11111111111 J t Ie II .lIlltu. II C JM
As Rica
no way to settle the difficulty was adjoining towns Costa ;
1 GRACE DOXSEE AND OTHERS apparent the matter was arbitratedby 1,500 killed; 5,000 injured (estimated -
the appointment of a committee ); town wrecked; property damage,
The Superb Boston English Opera Chorus, whose duty it will be to select a class $7,000,000.
and Augmented Orchestra Under emblem, said emblem being suitablefor I August 9, 1912.-Thrace and Asia I MAGRUDER'S"Country
Direction of Basil Harsfall. mounting on'either pin or ring.t Minor; 3,000 killed; 30,000 injured;
This committee was as follows: Wil- fifty villages wrecked three swal-
lis Rogers, chairman Ruth McCul- lowed up in earth. No estimate of
The most finished and artistic performance of 'IlTrovatore'ever
taken on Tour," is the verdict of Press and Public. lough Theresa Warner Bessie Quigg, property damage possible. Club Car Service"LEAVES
: and Arthur Newell. Since the meet- June 14, 1913.-Tirnova, Bulgaria;
PRICES ing, jewelry catalogues have been 250 killed; 377 injured. ; town destroyed -
much in evidence, and although the EMPIRE AND SAN JUAN 9 AJM. AND 2 P.1\1.
: SOc., 75c., $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00 committee has not yet reported a solution August, 1913.-Falcon and Hope
of the difficulty we hope for Islands, Ton go group, swallowed up RETURN FROM COUNTRY CLUB 12.30 P.M. and 5.30 P.M.
.. Seats will be placed on sale at DeLaney's Drug Store, I the best. by sea; 500 or more lives lost.
; ; Monday morning, January 18. Nov. 10, 1913.-Challhuanca, Peru; Service from any Hotel in the City by calling PHONE 31.
Vegetable shipments at Vero have 250 dead; 1,000 injured; town de FARE ONE WAY 50c.
.1111111..I..I..I..I.J I been particularly heavy last week. stroyed. ROUND TRIP $1.00.
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COLONIAL DRIVE-FRONT OF ORANGE PARK road to Country highestand j


most beautiful sub-division in Orlando, carefully restricted. Big plots covered with 1,


fine orange trees. It will pay you to look it over. Samples of presents at Estes up-to-date Drug Store


Q,Free autos will leave State Bank corner to take you out and bring you back.


ORLANDO BAND will give a Band Concert at State Bank Corner, between 1.30 and 2.00 each day of the sale.

There is nothing better for investment or homes in Orlando. We have location-quality-re-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 recorder success and square dealing for many years and are open for investigation.




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Relieved Robertas Love does good stuff for ,

the Republic in St. Louis. We hopeon i '. .

Washington, Jan. 16.-The state the side that the St. Louis one is S'-e !
an exception to the proverbial ungratefulness 4 .
department officials today heard unofficially y_ of republics.But .w

that Carranza had surren- recently Robertus took friendly ,
a :
dered to the British threat of action fall out of us in the matter of the ; %

against his decrees which would cut briefest poem possible. i scj -

off the supply of oil from the British The "briefest possible" referred to ;

navy and other interests, and for the 1C was our long lyric entitled "The Antiquity a !. ec 7.
t
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of Microbes. and the poem itself
present at least, to permit the expor- was

tation of oil from the Tampico dis- Adam

trict. Had 'em.

. The officials said they had not received Robertus speaks kindly of this epic I

any confirmation of the news and refers at much length to the unsuccessful -
efforts that have been madeto .
in Mexico but :
from their agents they r
write shorter Then
a one. In clos-
hope the report is true. The officials Ing he sums up thus I fy

hope that Villa will press on with his "Lines on the Effort to Shorten the <

soldiers, and take the oil territoryoutof Shortest Poem And his poem on that ( t.

the hands of Carranza which, they I theme is: i'

declare will relieve the situation. Try I

The Mexican national convention is
Robertus it is too easy to beat that
to remain in control of affairs in Mexico Here are the title and the poem. "Our

for the present pending which Opinion as to Whether Robertus Love

the election will be held according to Has Written a Shorter One:-

the proposition of the Zapata dele- O.
No'
gates which was conveyed to the
Uneeda -Strickland Gillilan In Indianapolis
state department. The convention Star.

will retain Gutierrez in control, but BiscuitTempt

he is subject ot removaL Don't Worry.
When things go contrary. a. often they
the appetite, do.And CONNER PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT, 4 YEARS OLD on Rough Lemon Stock

WITH FARJIEr:s AND TRUCKERSThe please the taste and fortune seems burdened with spite
Don't give way to grieving all dismal and
nourish the body. blue-

berry shipment from Plant Crisp,clean and fresh. That never set anything right-
But cheerfully face what the day may
City last week amounted to 11,880 5 cents.Baronet reveal.

quarts and netted the growers $3- Make the best of whatever befalL
Since the more that you worry the worse

643.20. -0- BiscuitRound Why you waste must time feel in worry at all? Dnner Prolific Grape Fruit

The Blue Diamond Company
We all have our troubles some more and
thin tender-
,
shipped two cars of pines and two some le!"<",
with a delightful flavor And this is the knowledge we gain
cars of mixed fruits from Jensen one -appropriate for lunch- It's work and a brave heart that lightensthe
day last wek. tress
eon, tea and dinner. Of a life* hare of sorrow and pain
with Mid-Season and late
-0- 10 cents. Then 'face with this knowledge fate'scruelest as Compared
A farmers Institute will be held at deal.
Too plucky to faint or to faIL 0
Malabar on January 14th when Since tbe more that you worry the worse Grape Fruit as an Income ProducerDuring
maintenance crops. will be the subjectof GRAHAMCRACKERS you must" feel
Is it wisdom to worry at all?
addresses.

-0It His Montenegrin Passport.A the past five season's grapefruit shipped in straight carlots throughthe

is now estimated that, with recent I journalist who wanted to go from Florida Citrus Exchange has averaged during October $2.98 per box f.o.b.; during
Made of the finest
plantings over 400 acres will be Cattaro, in Austria, to Montenegro recently -

set to tomatoes around Punta Gorda ingredients. Bakedto had no passport, but solved the October and November $2.78 per box f.o.b. ; during December, January and Febru
this perfection. The difficulty in an amusing fashion. At a
season.
national strength hotel where he was lunching the story ary, (midseason), $2.34 ; during March, April and May, (late), $2.39; during June
- food. zo cents. runs be explained his difficulty to the '
\ The packing house at Miami Gar- head waiter The latter picked up the and July, (very late), $2.24Iper box, f.o.b., showing conclusively that the Con-

dens is all in order now and the hotel menu and said: "This is the only

handling of vegetables is expected to Buy biscuit baked by passport you will need. Every time ner Prolific variety, ripening its fruit for marketing purposes and going to marketin

commence in a day or two.0 you are asked to produce it Just hand
October is worth 64c. box than midseason and to the
- NATIONAL, BISCUIT the officials a packet of tobacco." Armed per more grapefruit, going

A carload of seed potatoes was received COMPANY Paris with correspondent his menu passport of the says London the market in October and November, which is its regular season, is worth 44c. per box _

by the planters at Viking last Always look for that Name.BROOM Mail, the journalist did as he had been more than midseason grapefruit, 39c. per box more than late grapefruit and 53c. per %
week, and the work of planting is be- advised. The Montenegrin customs

ing vigorously pushed. officers gravely went through the menu. box more than very late grapefruit.In .

.--v- glancing at the traveler from time to
Beans are still steadily going for- time to see If the "description" tallied addition to this you save loss in number boxes by dropping from the trees

and then with a bow restored the
ward from Jensen, though the con- and and other culls in the
document and told him to proceed. by thorning by growing light punky, by means making a
tinued wet weather is having effect

on their selling qualities. SALE were The ,first"Calf's dishes bead on pig's the trotters hotel shoul-menu fruit, a loss totaling often one-fourth on the production of a tree, and by picking -

-- der of mutton." fruit early you save twenty-five per cent of your crop. Twenty-five per cent. of the A
The vegetable movement from Del- .

ray has been lighter for the past ALL THIS WEEK He Knew the Crowd.A crop adds to each box a value about 75c., totaling $1.40 per picke, d box for Conner
Sunday school teacher was quizzing
week
on.account of the excessive
ber class of boys on the strength Prolific grapefruit, above varieties that must be shipped from January on throughthe
t rains there being only about 800
of their desire for righteousness.AUthose
packages going out. Some of the finest made who wish to go to heaven," she season until June and July. .. _

- said "please stand." All got to their t
I The growers at Boynton and vi- BROOMS ever offered for sale in feet but one small boy. "Why,Johnny,"

cinity have met and organized the Orlando. exclaimed the shocked teacher "do you These figures furnished by Cashier of Florida Citrus Exchange, and may be certified -
mean to that don't want to
say you go
Boynton Growers and Packers Association -
to heaven?"
him.
to
< and will put out their product "No ma'am." replied Johnny promptly. by ,

t under the "B. B." brand. H. C. Free Broom UoIer "Not If that bunch Is going." I.

I Schrader will act as their broker.
f f Price of a Laugh.
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[ The fall planting of lettuce has been Every purchaser of a Broom deputy Harry public Sutphin works of Jamaica commissioner former of OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES :

r materially injured by the continued during this sale will be given a Queens borough related an anecdoteof
; wet weather Palmetto. New .
at plant-
broom holder. the late Mayor Gaynor hitherto unpublished '
s! ings, with a change for the better in : O. W. CONNER Proprietor

. .- the climatic conditions will show a "I said to Mayor Gaynor one day. '.

L good yield. about two or three months before be

r k --0- died." said Mr. Sutphin. "after be had Box S, Tangerine, Florida
complained of some of the difficulties
CARUTHERS & GORE
Celery moved out in car-lots both
of his office:
from Wimauma and .a!
1 Zephyrhills "What In the world does a man ,
making the first cars of the season worth $4,000,000 want of so trying a

; to go forward. Prices were $1.25; Hew Modern G Grocery Job as that of mayor of New York, -
y CONNER PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT, 4 YEAR OLD, ON SOUR ORANGE STOCK
l' not as good as were expected but anyway 7 ..
the market gives hope of improve- ""It's the fun I get out of It, my

ment. boy. the fun.' was his reply. 'Last ..... ,._ .0 .. .... -.. ,"..-_ ......._ ..._ .
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week I entertained .iF
some European y;.. ..... .f;t : :0-4..<' '" .:,:-"t..1', .. ;,,'- . . ; -......'. .. .. JF'.4
dignitaries, and then came along a Japanese ." '< "" - .. .... '. ,
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GOVERNOR admiral Well, sir, I tried for > : -
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SHIP WILL BE ONLY three days to make that man crack a : c . : .
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- -- -- tions of ludicrous Incidents connected ,i' :: ..: !.1f. ." < : '. : ::.;

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with my office appeared to get a rise ; .
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Columbia, S. C., Jan. 16.-Charles Dr. BuckmasterOSTEOPATH .. ..... 0- .i. 'ln :
from him. I gave him a dinner, :> : r costingme
A. Smith, former lieutenant governor, .. ...-:' -.. 4 r.;.;... .IP= fj f- """ ';. :'t!
over 2000. at which of the \. "" Tfo:' '
but yesterday elevated to the some . ,. .'. "" ..." J .;-:J"1:: , .o'0... r ...':1. :';_
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"Admiral, were you ever seasick?" .. ',. .- ..L. :. .
was formally inaugurated today be- I !( ;, .; fs ii 'it. .. .r'"
fore a joint session of the general as- S. Orane Avenue and he threw back his head and yrotyl : p;: ,t .-4.*. s Ar
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roared. That laugh cost .
me just about : ,.. .
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sembly. term of .
$2.500. but It was wen worth IL.- : I ... .- -- --- 4 ..,; '. '' .
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office will be brief. It expires Tues- ABOVE PEOPLES BANK PHONE 578, New York Times. "'31'' ,; .4. ". _. _".0:0; -:- ',..K "

day, January 19, at noon, when Richard i -....,.. ... 't .. .. ';:; ;" ,. ij It- :"' '"
S I. Manning of Sumter who defeated What Forty Poles Make. -. -

ten other candidates in the recent PHONE 646 A good story Is told about a certain i ; ;
primaries will be inaugurated. professor whose business It was to lee : ;tF: Q1liti
AUTO FOR HIRE ture to a number of students on sur '>:\ e-

.FIRST CLASS REPAIRING veying. During one of the lectures the [ 'W"" ,.... ;, 5Jt !1
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BUNGALOW NEARLY COMPLETEMr. professor said that in his opinion the ; , :-
BARNARD & SON pole was of little or no value. To the -- :.
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astonishment of those present a Polish :
F. W. of ... l
Genung Waverly, 17 Hughey Street Orlando Fla. rnro yo
gentleman arose and after
accusing the
N. Y., has his up to date bungalowon 12-10-1m t .
professor of Insulting his countrymen D f'1II! J: -'
Colonial Drive nearly completed.Mr. "'C
demanded .
an apology. .
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North and decided to Dr. S. S. Jones was .. .... -Ii '-:;..
try the milder climate of the South.In merely a term of measurement. The :. jiI HJ. t
Polish gentleman seeing hIs mistake .l .. : :'
Orlando his health has been excel- ;
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CHIROPRACTOR asked the professor to forgive his apparent .:
lent and he is so well pleased with ''L'l: .q
graduate Davenport College, 17 and rudeness. To this the professor 1
everything here that he has investedin 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone smartly replied: :...
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some real estate on Colonial Hill 209. Intelligent people everywhere "You could! not be rude, sir, even if -rr t .iJ:: ;: t t
and plans to spend his winters here are being restored to health by chiro- you tried for it takes forty poles to . _-- "'1"1.,. It-

improving and beautifying his prop- practic adjustments the new scienceof make one rood-London MaiL ;:....;:. ._ ,. I -,'" !U fJ"--. ',. '.: J E
removing the cause, of disease. Examination -
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ill \ Men's $4.00 Shoes ________________$."..98 1's $t).00 Shoes ---------------$3.79

Men's $3.50 Shoes ________________$2.79
i L.J i II We heartily recommend this style to
I Mu" men of fashion who desire to be dressed Ladies Shoes in New Up-to-Date Lasts,
with Kidney heels all sizes and widths, at
If in the height of fashion. Just one of our
the following low prices:

/111// I 5. many styles. Let us show )'ou. Cut $6.00 values at __________________$-1.89 f ,

prices on Suits and Overcoats. $5.00 values at __________________$3.98
,' $4.50 values at __________________$3.33 --
$4.00 values at __________________$3.17 '
$15.00 Suits and Overcoats at$10.75; $3.50 values at __________________$2.79 g" .

< $18.00 Suits arid Overcoats at$12.75 $3.00 values at _-________________$2.29 _

wuu ,w $20.00 Suits and Overcoats at$14.75 Odd lot Misses and Children's Shoes; i r
$22.50 Suits and Overcoats at$16.75 sizes 11% to 6, $2.50 values at$1.98
Special care given to fitting Children's SPRLZafo I
$25.00 Suits and Overcoats at18.75;
COPYRIGHT 1'1.THP feet. Bring or send them to us. We are
HOUSE OF KUPPENIIEIMERCHINA .
Feet Fitters.READYTOYEAR .
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3rd Floor Floor 1st FloorOne

Haviland China Dinner Set, daintly decorated, Beautiful Coat Suits,made of the finest fabrices, in lot Dress Goods, all this season's styles, in
gold mat handles, 100 pieces, $39.50 quality$28.98 all of the late models, specially priced at ONE-HALF Crepes, Serges, Wool Taffeta and -Gabardines
Set decorated, 100 Price. in all the wanted shades, $1.00 and $1.25
Haviland$35.00 China quality Dinner for_____,______________pieces_____,_$25.98 $15.00 COAT SUITS in this sale at _____________$7.50 quality ___________________________________69c
Haviland China Dinner Set of 100 pieces, beauti- $20.00 COAT SUITS in this sale at _____________$10.00 One lot Wool Dress Goods, in plain and fancy
______________ _______ .
fully decorated with :Mat Gold, $85.00 set for$67.60: $25.00 COAT SUITS in this sale at $12.50 weaves, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 qualities 48c
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Haviland China Dinner Set of 100 pieces, white $30.00 COAT: SUITS in this sale at $15.00 Imported Wool Challies, light and dark grounds,
and gold bands, $90.00 set for ___$69.00 small neat designs, 50c and 60c. quality _______39c
----------- LADIES' and CHILDRENS COATSat
Austrian China Dinner Set of 100 pieces, white Chiffon Taffeta Silk,,as soft as satin, with a beau-
and gold, perfect in shape, $55.00 set for$36.50 HALF PRICE tiful sheen, all shades, 36 inches wide, $1.50
quality _______98c
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English China Dinner set of 100 pieces, light blue, $2.50 COATS in this sale at ____________________$L25
white and gold, and green and gold, $29.00 set ____________________ Silk Crepe for Evening Dresses, a beautiful line,
. for ____________________________________$21.50 $4.00 COATS in this sale at $2.00 in plain and fancy weaves, Pink, Light Blue,
$5.00 COATS in this sale at ____________________$2.50 White, Cream, Lavendar, Navy, Yellow and
China Dinner Set of 65 pieces, white and gold, _____________.'_____
$10.00 COATS in this sale at $3.00 Black, 75c. quality _______50c
$5.50 set for ______________________________$3.98: -------------------
$15.00 COATS in this sale at___________________$7.50 Chiffon Velvet beautiful soft finish, light weight
Special Discount of 10 per cent. on all China during $20.00 COATS in this sale at___________________$10.00 Russian Blue, :Moravian Plum, Green and .
this Sale. / $25.00 COATS in this sale at __________________$12.50 Black, full yard wide, $5.00 quality --------__$3.50 .

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BOYS SUITS

Second} Floor, Juvenile Department ROOF GARDEN THEATRE $1.50 BOYS HATS BOYS HATS Continued ___98c
$3.50 BOYS SUITS AT ________________________$2.63 $2.00 BOYS HATS --------------------------__$1.43
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$4.00 BOYS SUITS AT ________________________$3.00 $3.00 BOYS HATS ----
$4.50 BOYS SUITS AT..________________________$3.38 ----------------------------$1.93LADIES'
$5.00 BOYS SUITS AT ____$3.75 TO NIGHT
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$6.00 BOYS SUITS AT ________________________$-1.50
$8.00 BOYS SUITS AT ____$6.00 SWEATERS
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$8.50 BOYS SUITS AT -------------___________$6.38 $2.50 and $2.75 SWEATERS AT --------________$1.98
$10.00.BOYS SUITS AT _______________________$7.50 Nestor Comedy $3.00 SWEATERS AT ----------------------___$2.25
$12.00 BOYS SUITS AT _______________________$9.00 $3.50 SWEATERS AT---------------_________$2.89
"Who Stole the Bridegroom." $4.00 SWEATERS AT _______$3.19
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$5.00 SWEATERS AT '___$3,98
BOYS HATS ----------------------
$7.50 SWEATERS AT ______$5.48
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50c. and 60c. BOYS HATS ----_-----------_______39c $8.50 SWEATERS AT _____
Victor Drama, Two Reels ------------------- $6.48
75c: BOYS'HATS _____________________________49c $15.00 SWEATERS AT ___
$1.00 BOYS HATS ______________________________69c "THE ACCUSATION "' $18.00 SWEATERS AT ------------------- $11$9.98.50
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Mrs. L. B. Darrah and little niece, .
of Noblesville, Ind., will arrive today
for' a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence -
: Brown, on North Orange avenue.

Mrs. W. A. Bunch, who has been
visiting relatives and friend in flor-
r M4. ence and other places in South Carolina -
returned home Sunday after-

, WELL noon. . .-....., -
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Dodge Brothers' motor car on display -

KEPTCHECKING today. 1-19-ltc .
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ACCOUNT Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Haines, of Du- .. .. . ,
luth, Minn., have arrived in Orlando . '" ..
1. from their northern home and will .. ,! 1 : .: .:

Sk spend couple of months in this sec
t tion. Your comfort and prosperity for !

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Mr. J..C. Hardwig, the popular rep-
l RUNAWAY EXPENSES resentative of C. B. Witt, wholesale' Wl(5( .

1 f eI grocer, Tampa, was circulating among
the business men yesterday in the interest J ; .
At one time or another, all of us have had of his house. depends upon yourself and your

the unpleasant experience of having expen- connections. -
Mr. J. H. Ingalls, of Milwaukee,
ses exceed the speed limit-run away.
Wis., one of that city's prominent
And when expenses run away, you've business arrived in Orlando
men yes- A savings or checking bank account
noticed that that they always run
probably terday for the purpose of spendingthe
in this institution is positive
this : a step
; UP-never down. winter in section.

- A Checking Account at this bank and a forward. '

check book in your pocket is a sure curb on Dodge Brothers' motor car on display .

. expense. The stubs in your check book flash today. 119ltcMr. : ; Start nowBenscott : ;: ,

: a warning when over-spending starts. Be- and Mrs. W. R. Nesbitt and .:. :. ...
: gin your Account today and keep expenses daughter, Odette, who have been residing -.:-. .,. ,.-
. normal. in Orlando for several years c.
t. .J
i. left Sunday for Atlanta, Ga., where ,..... _' ..: .... ...
The State Bank oi Orlando they will make their future home.
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Among the prominent Floridians ...:: f.:'<}( ':LY; "

visiting Orlando yesterday were Con-
,, gressman-elect W. J. Sears and Hon. '
t W. B. Crawford, county solicitor of "
tt Osceola, who were here from Kissimmee. -
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Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Buxton arrivedin I .
Mrs.: T. A. Yancey, Jr., and interesting -
LOCAL AND PERSONAL Orlando yesterday afternoon from I
little daughter, Margaret Belle
arrived in Orlando Chicago and will spend the remainder I '-. '. . . . .. .... .. ..... . :' . .
yesterday afternoon of the season with their father. Sen- :- ''-:: .: .: ... ,' .' /_",:, ::. : >.i\-:. : : > : '
Mr. R. D. Keen is spending several from Birmingham, Ala. ... :
week business. ator J. E. Buxton, at his home on Lu-
days in :Miami this on
trerne Circle. .
=
Mrs. J. R. Davis has returned from
Mr. and :Mrs. E .II. :McCoy, of San-
ford, were visitors to Orlando yes- Lake Helen, where she has been the Mr. J. W. Walker, of Washington, .. .
terday. J guest of Dr. and Mrs. Gillette for the D. C., who has been spending the past
f ]past week. month in Orlando looking over the
; situation with the view of
Dodge Brothers' motor car on dis- opening a '
1-19-ltc restaurant, left yesterday afternoonfor
play today.
Lithia Water
; Tampa.

r Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Nichols, of ,
FOR SALE I
f Knoxville, Tenn., were among the ar- WEATHER REPORT
rivals at the Orland hotel yesterday. Carl Dann says it did not rain on
t Colonial Hills yesterday. 1-19-ltc
From You
Sentinel want ads. make it possi- Springs to

f ble for you to select and choose your
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tenants, lodgers or boarders. 2300 acres of unimproved -

f t :Mr. J. II. Lee-, of Oviedo, was pine land, fine I 5 cents at the'fount also sold in half
among the welcome visitors to Orlando truck and fruit land, big ,

t yesterday.M. portion of it has clay .
gallon and five gallon bottles. .
and.marl sutvsoil. Situ- ,
f O. Overstreet, chairman of the
Board of County Commissioners, is in uate on County road

1 1 Jacksonville today on business. I within seven miles of
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Orlando.
F Dodge Brothers' motor car on display -

} today. 1-19-1tc 54.40 an acre will buy

r t this tract and the propo PharmacySpecial
,: Mr. W. H. Reynolds left yesterday McElroy's
sition is "cinch"
afternoon for Jacksonville where he a as a The
: will attend a directors meeting of the small investment. This

;' Heard National bank. price is for quick sale.If .

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Webber, of Roch- you want this land SAN Agents

ester, N. Y., arrived in Orlando yesterday call on
t and expect to spend the win- -
ter in this city. JUAN


Mr. A. L. Eager and wife of Roa- ., -

noke, Va., arrived in Orlando' yester- S. G. olive & SonREAL
day and will spend several weeks in
this city.Messrs.. FOREHANDED PEOPLE
ESTATENo. Do you realize the com-

J. Tilden and W. M.Jacobs, 3 WEST PINE STREETSec forts of steam heat, running -
representative citizens of Chuluota .
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were among the business transactorsin o ra tl(t r hot and cold water .F.Y .., .
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tfi't.; $'=-F
Orlando yesterday. I, and in The individual who can make the most ... '1 ; "
telephone your '-
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room. You will find all of of the unexpected opportunity is not .:;:. .
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( Armies | these conveniences in every :
"lucky-he is "forehanded. Years ago !r-- ,,&_ 5;
: in the Juan. 14 .
room San
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Add to this comfortable he began to anticipate t .... .t
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recognize the convenienceof I \--4)1:'- ..... ..
: parlors, halls and reception or emergency. And when the day. came '\: '
the I t :
: room, with night and day M j A .. : .
he was ready. i
: service, and you have all
WRIST WATCHOfficers Li : 1
H : the up-to-date service that
The surest way to be continually ready t
: you will get in the best .

and men are wearing financial opportunity ..
: hotels in the large cities. to meet the great is
them. We have them in Gold, .. t<

i Silver and Gold Filled---both for ... to prepare through a Savings. Account.

Ladies and Gentlemen.Prices ... In this institution jour savings are absolutely

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Always the Lowest When .. safe, and will earn 4 per cent.Orlando's _

Quality is Considered. .. S . J I
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