Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00462
 Material Information
Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: January 20, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00462
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
lccn - sn 96027193
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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,-- 'y Yesterday Was State Holiday in E. Howard, Retiring Presi- .
'e ? .... DARKNESS f: _, ---
.. dent of S. P. C. A. Reviews
-Special Exercises in Work Done for the
King George And Queen Mary Leave Various Cities COUNCIL TO DRAWRESOLUTIONS Past Year WITH FRON FLANDERS -

In Time To
Sandringham Escape While the banks and the U. S. post- The members of the S. P. C. A. met

I office were the only institutions in PUCE in Howard's studio Monday night and
t, Hurtling Orlando yesterday to observe the enjoyed a very enthusiastic and prof-
'L 108th anniversary of the birth of that itable meeting. ,
fi' First Attack on British Islands by Three Zeppelins May Presage noble and beloved leader, General City Dads Refused Petition Presented Various items of business were dis- Berlin Statement Says Rus.- an
Robert E. Lee, there was evidence in 1 i I posed of. President Howard read.his Outflanking Movement Has
Concerted Attack Upon London-Metropolis of World Must plenty on all sides to indicate that report and commented upon it at

t, Be in Panicky Condition-At Yarmouth One Man's reverence and respect was in the air. Petition Referred to some lenTreasurer. Failed-Cavalry Re- ,

There were hundreds of references Com'r Robertson J. C. Patterson handedin .pulses Rusians
r j Head Was Blown Off-Yarmouth Is Important made to Lee's memory and there were his report and made a number of ___ I

; Coast Town and Only Short Distance From many in Orlando who had seen and ,, As a result of the city council meet- useful suggestions. Mrs. Edward London, Jan. 19.-A complete victory -

{l' London-Are Following Coast to London, come in personal contact with this ing yesterday the city solicitor was Hauselt reported the hanging of sev- in the battle of Laboissejle,
; great leader. directed to prepare a resolution for eral framed pictures containing "The northeast of Albert, and the defeatof
}, ,4,. Says a Late Dispatch ..* Last evening in the Armory the the paving with brick of Grace street Horse's Prayer." Dr. John Stagg the German purpose to make good

,' Confederate ball, held under the aus- from Lucerne Circle to the intersec- made an encouraging and enjoyable their gains north of Soissons, and the
f Bulletin pices of the Annie Coleman Chapterof tion of Grace street and Milwaukee address. Messrs. Hauselt and Schu- capture of a new field work with tie

:, London, Jan. 19.-The Zeppelins, which raided the coast town the United Daughters of the Con- avenue, Oak street from Orange ave- mann gave instructive talks. occupation of 500 yards of hostile
4. of Yarmouth this evening, subsequently passed over Sandringham federacy was a marked success anda nue east to Court street, and Court The election resulted in the selec- trenches northwest of Pont a Mous-
I and dropped several bombs there, causing a panic and wrecking tribute to Lee's imperishable mem- street south to Central avenue.It tion of Mr. J. F. Schumann for presi- son in the movement to take Sat
;< buildings. King George and Queen Mary had returned from ory. cost the city $323.30 to pave dent Mrs. Eben Hunt and Mrs. Edward Mihiel and carry, out their drive on .

Sandringham to London only this afternoon. Their escape from Summerlin place, consisting of 1,220 Hauselt vice-presidents, Mr. J. Metz, were features of the French
; danger was the cause for general rejoicing. Observance General Yesterday square yards. The bill for the work C. Patterson treasurer, Mr. ThomasW. official report issued today. '

presented by the Alabama Paving Hewlett secretray.A Tonight's Bulletin says that thereis
Atlanta, Ga., Jan. 19.Observanceof
i One Man's Head Blown Off I company was ordered paid. committee was appointed to visit nothing of importance to relate, indicating -
the 108th anniversary of the birthof
/. Bulletin: London, Jan. 19.-The first Zeppelin attack and General Robert E. Lee, leader of The City Council refused the peti- the City Commissioners and requestsome that the gains recorded have
: raid i of the English coast was carried out by the Germans today. the military forces of the Confederate tion of W. P. Gwynne for a.four foot more direct means for the arrest been made- good. The German report
4 K Three Zeppelins passed over Yarmouth this evening and dropped States of America, was general- sidewalk instead of a five foot side- of violators of the laws, throughthe refers to the unimportant skirmishesand

several bombs. Several persons were reported killed. One man's today throughout the South. Todaywas walk to be run for a distance of 900 city police force.A artillery duels along the whole
1 head was blown feet on the south side of Palmer motion was passed to have a front.
state holiday in Florida Geor-
off.Loss I a street from the "culvert" to Conway public meeting in the near future in Snow storms of blinding fury have
of Life May Be
Heavy gia, North Carolina, South Carolina,
. order to bring the work of the society intervened to disrupt the offensive
It is feared that loss of life may be heavy. The destruction to Virginia, Alabama, Mississippi, and avenue.
A petition for a street light at the I before the public to greater extent. plans of the allies along the whole
buildings considerable. Arkansas and banks and schools I
was Three ,
Zeppelins first
were sighted
The $9.50 from Flanders to the Vos-
I intersection of Daniel and Anderson treasurer reported expended battle line
: flying towards the North sea on the outer Frisian Islands, which were closed in those states.
I about thirty for various matters and $9.50 ges. The valley of the Aisne alone
signed by
streets, prop-
skirt the-Dutch coast the north. Among the principal exercises commemorating
on -
I in the hostile forces field for
I erty owners, was referred to Commissioner remaining treasury.The afforded the a
: I the occasion those
Yarmouth Is Important Coast Town were Robertson. The property own- retiring president's report follows -I combat. Despite the snow the French
Yarmouth is 120 miles from London by rail and the principal I held at Memphis, Mobile, Richmond,I ers will probably get their wish : artillery men in the region of thf
Raleigh, Columbia, Atlanta, Macon
point on the Norfolk coast. The raid on Yarmouth occurred at granted. To the Members of the OrlandoS. Arras attacked heavily the German
9 o'clock tonight. A greater portion of the bombs hurled upon the Tampa and Charleston.The I P. C. A.:-Your president has not batteries which after a terrifiic can-
birthday of Gen. T. J. Stone-
. city were dropped on the southern part of the town. ( BIG MASONIC ASSEMBLY made a practice of exploiting his activities nonade were reduced to silence.
wall Jackson and General Lee
were in the and because of
Gas Works Were work,
DestroyedOne I linked in North Carolina, special exercises the methods employed, moral suasion
of the projectiles struck the gas works which was disabledand being planned for tonight at Jacksonville, Jan. 19.The Most and admonition, rather than arrest Berlin Statement
the town was thrown into a terrible panic and utter darkness. the state capitol. In many of the Worshipful Grand Lodge of Free and and fine, the real work of the societyhas Berlin, via Sayville, Jan. 19.A

The airships then directed their course southward as if to follow chief Southern cities tonight memorial Accepted Masons of the jurisdictionof and not sometimes been noised on critical the housetops members, Constantinople dispatch says: .-M

the coast toward London. services are to be held under the Florida assembled in its sixty-sixth have not been overly even pleased believing "The headquarters of the Turkish

-, ---- auspices of the United Daughters of annual communication this morningat more in fuss than in lasting good.A army reports a series of attacks by
i the Confederacy, assisted by the 10 o'clock in the Masonic Temple, mere glance, however, at condi- the Russians in the Caucasius. The
NEW UNIFORMS! ORDEREDStreet Season Acreage Is tions now. compared with three years '
Turks their
: United Confederate Veterans and affiliated and was opened in ample form with ago, when the society was formed, are defending positions
organizations. At Memphis prayer by the grand chaplain. After must convince all that there is much obstinately against superior forces.,
Unusually Large Governor Hays, of Arkansas, was to roll call the most worshipful grand less'inhumanity exhibited in the town, The Russians outflanking movement i
Department Employeesto be the principal speaker at the Lee master announced the following com- and even in the county; that the negroes has failed West of Kopu, in Azer-

. Have Fresh, Bright Uni- Farmers and gardeners are com- memorial banquet late today. mittees: Returns and credentials, who, now have stand been in the wholesome chief offenders baijan, the Turkish cavalry has re-,

. forms for the Midwinter plaining of the heavy rains, saying finance and accounts, memorials, installation dread of the eyes of the society; that pulsed the Russians."
. Fair and past master's degree, fewer sorry horses and mules are
that crops are suffering from too QUAKE driven that with air and +
visitors, Masonic jurisprudence, prop- ; boys guns NEW REPUBLIC BY VILLA .
much moisture. Not in sling shots are not so much in evidence -
When the Fair bursts upon five many years Rome, Jan. 19.-News reached here ositions and grievances, dispensation ; that bird killers are more
counties and Orlando in February the have the creeks and lakes been so today that a strong earthquake had I and by-laws and unfinished business.NO wary, and that the whole situation is Washington, Jan. 19.High offi-
high at this season of the year. Yet occurred in Calabria I very much improved.An cials of the administration comment-
employes of the street department especially accurate account has not been \
': on the whole it is believed that the around Cosenza, the capital of the COURT YESTERDAYFor kept but memory recalls the follow- ing on today's news from Mexico ex-
;, will all be "dolled up" in bright fresh general average of crops is better province. It is not yet known whether ing major cases during the year: Six pressed the opinion that the probable
uniforms that will testify to the than last' year, as the high lands are there has ben any loss of life or the second time in 1915 there animals ordered out of the harness- solution to the trouble there would be }
cleanliness of the city, and the desireof doing splendidly under the influence I I serious damage to property. was no police court yesterday. Or- four turned out to grass two shot; the early establishment by Villa of a '
the three arrests, one in the city, two
city to have everybody of the rains and the acreage this sea- ,, Calabria is the southwestern extremity lando is getting better in morals. cases of guilt and one mistrial; one new republic with the capital at Chi-
spick and span. The suits cost $2.25 son is unusually large. Then, too, a of Italy, commonly called the case of air gun hunting in the city huahua.
.. apiece, and will be cut to order. Com- larger of II suppressed; one case of malicious of Villa's ablest lieutenants I
acreage young grove is be- "toe" of the mainland of the kingdom.It THE WEATHER Angeles, one -
missioner Johnson may then be proudof ing set than of former bird killing stopped; numerous cau- has proclaimed a religious
any year, and is amountainous region and disastrous tions to careless drivers and excessive
the f department. |the land is found in excellent condi- I earthquakes have been frequent I Florida: Fair Wednesday and whip handlers; four ovmers of toleration Monterey, according to {
tion for young trees. No doubt it is !there.Here's. Thursday.in doubtful horses. dispatches to the state department.This .

5 Real Dutchmen just as well for us to adopt James I I II -- --- ------_._ - Perhaps it would be well to state action of Angeles largely in- |
that a large per cent. of complaintssent
.Whitcomb Riley's motto "No the belief that there will be a
: matter spires
I in to the president are ground-
Came To OrlandoFive what kind of weather God sends, i Where Bull; Moose Teddy less and foolish, and the trips he has divided Mexico.To .
that's my kind of weather. | often made because of them have the officials here the situation |
been cruelty to the man instead of to be that Mexico City, '
Loses His Title As Great ,HunterThe ; beast. appears practically
Holland Dutchmen arrived in RECEPTION PLANNED BY THE : Too many complainers will not per- abandoned, will be taken by
Orlando yesterday straight from Castle BAPTIST LADIES I mit their names to be used as wit- Obregon, Carranza's general, and Gutierrez 1

Garden. They were so raw that i: --- bunch of jolly Atlanta sports- the wilds of Africa. nesses and really destroy the useful- who is at Pachua with five
they,couldn't eat sauerkraut and wie- I As was announced from ness of the society to that extent. thousand join his forces I
J troops
pulpit men left on schedule time yesterdayfor The critical eye of a Sentinel rep- Still, the society is doing much may t
'.' nerwurst cooked American style. But last Sunday, the ladies of the First the haunts of Florida game. resentative looked the men and their .good and the president thinks he with those of Obregon and prevent
they are the sort that make American j l Baptist church will give a receptiaon Promptly at 10 o'clock a big new cargo over carefully, and was just sees a larger field opening to his suc- Villa from approaching the national t
farmers, and the eastern part of this i I I at the Baptist pastorium tomorrow I Studebaker auto truck backed up in ready to pronounce them a bunch of cessor, and will extend his good will capitaL '

county will in a few years show the (Thursday) afternoon for all friends front of the San Juan hotel and six doctors or Prohibition lecturers be- and( assistance.Signed) C. E. Howard, president. Those who announce the probability *
ear marks of this bunch of Holland- I and members of the congregationand I eager faced men and five smart look- cause of the absence of any boxes of a new republic say its southernline

t i, ers. Florida needs several thousand the tourist friends especially. !ing dogs and seemingly a car load of that looked like Tampa snake bite INTERESTING ADDRESSThe will be from Matamoras, on the (
.. of just that type of men worse than As no formal invitations will be baggage was loaded for the trip. medicine, when one of them cautionedthe east coast through Torreon, thence '

it needs anything else. sent out, you are requested to accept No bunch of nimrods ever hied porter against the rough handlingof Hon. Jos. G. Camp, the noted to the Pacific, which will take in Sonora *

} this and Sunday's announcement as away to the woods with higher hopes one grip containing glassware.So lecturer, addressed a large audienceat Durango, Chihuahua and all the t .
BUILDING TELEPHONE LINE personal and special invitations to at- than the crowd that loaded into that it is safe to predict that the the Methodist church last eveningon best provinces of the north. .'

--- tend the reception and become better auto truck. Even the dogs showed a boys are prepared for all emergenciesand the subject, "The Great American Future movements of Obregon are 1

Mr. J. McKoin, superintendent of a acquainted. The hours are from two nervousness to get started. While' will have the time of their lives.If Challenge Fight to the Finish. the key to the situation. Officials ,

'r large telephone gang connected with i:to five o'clock p. m. they may not come back with the the Sentinel had any influence over The meeting was held under the aus- I think if he remains loyal to CarranI
the Southern Telephone company is truck loaded with game, they will' the birds of the air and the beasts of pices of the Woman's Christian Tem- i za and remains friendly to Gutierrez !

i registered at, the Empire hotel while j Souvenir goods in orange, alligator have as good a time and as much enjoyment the field it would sure shoo them in perance Union. A detailed account of a northern republic will be a cer- \ }f

his ,men are building a line from and pictures; magazines and daily pa- out of this trip as Cot.Roosevelt the path of this crowd of good fel-| the meeting will appear in a later tainty. A dispatch from Mexico City, .

.f I. .Jacksonville to Tampa. pers. Curtis & O'Neal, Orange ave. ever got out of his wanderings lows. Go it, boys, and come again. issue of the Sentinel. sent at 3 o'clock yesterday, said j1 j1u'

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THE POLICY OF THE BOSTON I nouncement today, Mr. Jerome and

HOTELSTHE ENGLISH OPERA COMPANY Sheriff Hornbeck, of Dutchess county,
INSURES TO FAIR ALL PLAY will into go custody.The to Manchester. to take Traw SAMf

WINDERMEREChoice time limit of thirty days allowed -

That the policy of the Boston Eng-' by the supreme court for car-

Location All Modern Conveniences lish Opera company, which comes to rying out its order for the return of
the Lucerne theatre Saturday even- Thaw to New York state expires to-
Excellent Table Good Water Reasonable Rates My bus line which has been serving you for fpXteen
ing, January 23, in a magnificent pro- morrow and unless legal obstacles are
On Beautiful Lake Lucerne, Orlando, Fla. duction if Verdi's beautiful opera, "I1 placed in their way by Thaw's attor- months has not changed its schedule, but leaves tat the

Trovatore in making the prices neys, it is expected that Mr. Jerome same time it always has.
within reach of all, has proven a suc- and Sheriff Hornbeck will bring Thaw
Home Comforts Service Finest Rooms in City cess is evidenced from the fact that. back to New York state some time TIME TABLE

wherever they have appeared record this week.
Sanitary Inspection 100
breaking houses have been the rule, Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front of Evans The Jeweler.WEST .
and in most places the demand for TEN ACRES overlooking Orlando;
seats has by far exceeded the supply.In I all cleared; fine land; good home
THE NEW GRANDHENRY i site. $2,000. H. C. McDaniel. Phone BOUND EAST BOUD
order to continue its policy of Read Down Read Up
BARTLETT., Prop. fairness, the company has adopted'

the following rules. No mail orders 708.SPECIAL A.M.A.M.: / : P. ;1. A.M. I P. M. P. I-
will be accepted except from out of
European Plan 15 West Pine St., town patrons, in which case self ad- ;I Orlando :i 63010.15 3:00' 9.30 1.30 6.00

Rooms with Bath. Orlando, Fla. dressed stamped envelope must accompany I Ocoee 7--30.,.M.I 5 4:00 S.3c 12.30' 5.00

remittance. Positively no THIS 1 Winter Garden ;:45 I :3c 4:30: S.15 I25 445
seats will be sold or laid aside until Oakland Soo---- Soo"-
I 4:3c: 4.30
T the seat sale opens. No telephone orders -
will be received, nor will any WEEKI

We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando reservations be made for seats unless II -

Prepared by our New York Cook they are paid for.
I The :h.4arket:
The company was forced to make RED SOUR CHERRIESIIIUCKLEBERRIES

and strictly adhere to the above rules, I
Bath Steam Heat.
both in order to protect itself and its
patrons. In many cases before these TEACHES OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water I
rules were adopted, seats would be PEARS FRESH AND SALT MEATS

laid aside or reserved, which could RED RASPBERRIESIn Kept under the best sanitary; conditions.!
EMPIRE HOTEL have been sold times Peo-
many over. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
ple coming to the box office and want- glass quart jars. Closingout

54 Light Housekeeping Rooms ing to buy seats were turned away all our quart sizes at cost j We invite and pure.inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
and told that the seats were left, and
price. in the Meat Line.
at the last moment people who had everything

ROSSMORE INNWindermere made reservations would call up and
H. IVdC. Self & Co.:
say-they were unable to come, and

even worse than that, in many cases,
This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric would not even notify the box office CARUTHERS & GORE
; that could call for their I
lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with
Lath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish- seats. Naturally, this entails a loss

ing. Rates ?12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. both ways, in as much as these seats New Modern G Grocery WE NEVER TIREOf
;could have been sold easily, it means

just dollars lost in ,
--- -- so
---- many money:
as it deprived just so many people Phone 200 singing the praises of Crane's Linen Lawn Stationery. It isn't

THE OSCEOLASTEAM from seeing t the performance who the "just as good" the "good enough" or "very good" kind. Its
wanted to come-it meant that much absolutely the finest Stationery made in America, and America -

loss in enjoyment to patrons. 6 and 8 East Pine St.GORDON'S leads the world in this class of manufactured goods. We
HEAT THROUGHOUT have it in all the correct sizes, shapes and tints. Your social

and business standing is judged largely by the kind of Stationery -
Magnolia and Robinson Ave J. W. HURLEY FLORIDA CITRUS FRUIT
Manager you use. Furthermore, it is a real pleasure to write on the
CARRIAGE genuine Linen Lawn surface. You know this if you have triedit.
New York, Jan. 15.-The receiptsof
If have never tried it a new pleasure awaits in
Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round Florida oranges this week were you you your
letter writing.
European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite moderate. The feeling is better and -.---AND-
there is a stronger tone on most ar
rivals which are in good conditionand BAGGAGE TRANSfER ,

in excellent quality, most sales I
The Arcade Book and Music Store
of fancy being made within the
rangeof I
L. T. HARRELL, Prop.
225275. Some extra fancy

fruit, very fine, large sizes, which are Piano and Furniture

coming in a small way, sold up to Moving a SpecialtyE.

$6.05, but, of course, these are ex- I
Church St. PHONE 487
treme prices, and can be obtained onlyon r
something out of the ordinary. I

The general quotations on good, .
choice. fruit are $1.75@2.15, with -For FineWATCH ;
THE ARCADE HOTELJ. some poor, off-hand sizes lower. CLOCK and I i.
The receipts of Florida grapefruitare _
B. MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop. also moderate, but the market JEWELRY REPAIRING r 1

showed more strength at the auction BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
First Class Restaurant Livery and Autosin call C. VATER whois I.
sales, fancy selling from $2@2.50, on LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS.I.
Building in Connections with some extra fancy bringing a an expert at this trade
1, 1914 to August !
Effective from August
Orlando Fla. higher figure, desirable choice, $1.50
with :
experience reduction
many years 1,1915 and guaranteed against any I
@1.85, and some common, off-hand
sizes as low as $1. Youngs Repair ShopOpp. during that time: t
t IF YOU WANT A LUNCH The arrivals of tangerines are fully Post Office; Pine Street Touring Car $555.00
m i w M equal to the demand. The market
generally is ruling a little most Runabout 505.00 i..
worth the money, come to Pope's Quick Lunch Counters. Our easy
desirable fancy sizes selling from AH laDy equipped.I.rthtr i
F. O. B. Orlando. emu
food is not cooked in front of your eyes, where you are annoyed
$1.50@1.85 per half strap. Good, will W able t. ... .!., tfc. .. !... .ffid..q t tIn
but in we
with the odors and heat kitchen.
our sanitary .
Try .
cup choice stock sold from $1.15@1.40, Mr f.cUry pr..dactiB. and th. mlulmmmparrh. cnt Ia ; I
of our Rowland Special Coffee, French Dripped. The price is and some poor stuff lower. The market .. n( and wle department.. if .w_ r-acfc w ..'..a'
bo date
J00..0 un between the I
only 5c. a cup. We offer you the best of service. on oranges and grapefruit is act- And mo... we reach 'hY pmlldiv. we .P'" t. paJ' M 0
I ive, but on tangerines a little quiet, the bayer'. .hue frMI $tl .. ..I per nr (- .r sbnt I
Pope & Co.'s Quick Lunch CountersChurch and it is the belief of R. H. Hollandof A..t F.rd ear I.U15)fretWH.t. retry August rotall I. lilt...,er and w'A.g". P.an'I a.aew

the Florida Citrus Exchange that particular. regarding th.*. I..prtew and pr.iW
Street. Open from 5 a.m. to midnight there will be a fair market on all DR. L. H. RAMSDELu For sharing farther plaa. M e t 1

good fruits next week. OPTOMETRIST G.'RUSH
F. &
(Saeeeftaor t* Dr. Q. F. Lulu/
... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,. ORLANDO. FLORIDAWE Phone 226 4Co
Atlanta, Ga., Jan. 18.-Judge Nat
Harris, of Macon, who will become

governor of Georgia next June, is .
being so besieged with letters arM tel

We buy d sell all classes-and kinds of Real Estate.If that And egrams Slaton greatly he the bearing has tide to hardly the of on relief mail time the on of Frank for Governor the meals.cele-case Th Florida a Real E tam & Inv till nt c .

you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call brated question is slackening up as t

the public gains the idea that the
and talk your wishes over with us. matter of a pardon can hardly come Capital $50,000. Fully Paid Up.

The manager of this firm has had years of exper- up during his term of service. ..

The procedure of the United States Incorporated] In Florida; Therefore Under State Control,
ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a supreme court is such that it will be
sixty or ninety days before the
million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last ment is heard, and it would be some LL propositions offered by this Corporation are exclusivelylisted

two years. time later before a decision was ren- A with us, at the same time can also be bought throughthe
dered. If
this was unfavorable to need not to secret our proposalsfor
Frank the matter of purchasers Agent, as we
clemency wouldgo
We are well posted on the value of all classes and
first to the prison commission and anybody, the deal has to be closed at our office. This means

kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all only reach the governor for final ac- protection for the seller as well for the buyer. With our Bank
tion after the board has passed uponit.
bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real So it seems hardly possible thatit Guarantee furnished to the purchaser, if requested. Having confidence -

Estate Bargains. will reach the old governor before to all our offerings; we advance 75 per cent of the pur-
1 his term expires.TO .
chase price at six per cent. interest, even on unimproved land. We

BRING THAW BACK hold today over one million dollars of properties in city lots, city

and country homes, orange groves and uncultivated lands. Our

: WARING REAL ESTATE COMPANY to New bring York Harry, Jan.K. Thaw.-The back first to move the I books open to all investors, if such inducements appeal to you

state on extradition papers, as directed -take the trouble to climb up one fligh of stairs over the Peoples i

by the United States supreme National Bank and consult. !
court, will be taken tomorrow when ,
; Manager
William Travers Jerome will apply to President {
i Rooms and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115tf the court for certified copy of the de- ,
cision directing that Thaw be deliv-

; ered to the New York authorities by Office over Peoples National Bank. Phone 570 -;
i :t New Hampshire. Immediately after

; "II.IIIIIIIIII'I"'IIII'II"'I'III"i"I" IIII'. receiving the order, according to an-

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-I want every man woman LETTERS FROM WAR ZONE i street in a large building, formerlyused hands. '

,ia Orlando to see Colonial Hills as a home for the blind.' I flew "The attendant understands," the'!
t in the door and up the stairs over doctor said; and to him, "What does': THE OLD RELIABLE
and Colonial Park.It BY MISS NElUE BLY.
I i which floats a fifty-foot American he say?" t J

makes no difference whether I flag. Asked for Children 1 DANN'S TRANSFER

you are interested in buying A FEATURE FORSENTINEL i Dr. MacDonald, grave and sad, met "He is asking for his children,"was
!us at the head of the stairs. the low reply.
lots or not, all you have to do to t Dr. B. D. WIENENGA, Prop.
|I "Come into the operating room,"he The hollow, black eyes turned
beautiful subdivisionsis I
see these I j said, taking my hand. "I have the again to search mine. I could not en-

trite, phone or call at Carl I I most frightful case I ever saw." dure their question. I had no answerto Livery Draying and HaulingWE

Bann's office.I Mr. Schriner, who had enough misery give. ,
I READERS i: for one day, had tried to induce "Let me go!" I said to the doctor. I
want in Orlando :
every person i I
me not to come. Failing he had come The low moans seemed to call me
to see what can be accomplished -J I along. Silently he kept at my side. back, but I walked steadfastly toward GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE

in thirty days. Colonial I,!I I' The operating room was in con- the door and down the corrindor.

Hills are really hills. There are ; fusion. On the floor was blood. Fill- "Could emperors and czars and
By Nellie Bly
five homes under construction,f ing pails and in piles were bloody kings look on this torturing slaughterand
I Budapest, Nov. 10.-Ten languages bandages. I tried not to see. I began ever sleep again?" I asked the
and several more under contractto '!are spoken in the hospital, and to wish I had not come. doctor.

be built. Colonial Hills has I'nurses, German, Austrian, Gulitzin Four American Red Cross nurses "They do not look," he said gently. Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
water, gas and lights. We are ,Hungarian and Servian, are em- stood gravely around an operating 'Only by witnessing such horrors can

building sidewalks, and grad-,!ployed, so that patients will always table. Dr. MacDonald pointed to two one realize them." HORSES FOR SALE

ing streets. I have nurses who speak their lan- bandaged stumps. I could see one "Miss Bly," cried von Leidenfrost,

guage. foot was gone at the ankle, the other' running down the hall, "that poor fellow -
Lots in Colonial Hills sell from I They have also a series of chapels, apparently half way to the knee. I just died!" 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida

$350.00 to $650.00. Lots in Co- "Catholic, Protestant and Hebrew. Off "This is a Russian," said the doc- This is only one case. Travel the

lonial Park sell from $175.00 to each ward are small sound proof tor. "He was wounded by a shot roads from the scene of battle; search

9350, terms to suit everybody. i I rooms called "death chambers." through his body. For eight days he the trains; wounded, frozen, starved I
I Patients at the point of death are lay in the trench unattended. His thousands are dying by agonizing tor- I .

{removed I to these rooms to,spare theI feet froze. He was put on a freight ture-not hundreds, but thousands.

I I feelings of their fellow comrades. I train and when we received him an And as they die, thousands are being Am FloridaAnd
Smoking rooms, glass partitioned, hour ago his feet had dropped off, rushed into their pest-filled trenchesto Leaving

CARL OANN II are also an adjunct to each ward. doubtless in the car, for we never saw be slaughtered in the same way. :;will Specially Price my two Properties in Winter Park_ j

This hospital accommodates 2,000 I them, and the last blood the poor fellow Oh, we Christians! -
wounded. The kitchen is superb and had was pouring from his j
A good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800
I needs a column to properly describe veins. We carried him here and ban- REGISTERED AT THE ,EMPIRE full bearing Orange, Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees Within two '
I lit.,I They showed with pride a large daged him up, but he. can not live HOTEL blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addi- 1
tion to making a home this property will make a yearly return on J
American The doctors minutes He has
refrigerator. longer.
many no Mrs. W. J. Mercer Atlanta
I ; the investment of from 10 to 25 cent, according to and
SOMETHING NICE! I land I nurses each have their sleeping, pulse now. Come, look at him." !':Mr. and :Mrs. R. K. Graham, Colorado market conditions, price $8,500.00;per also crop !

II[eating and rest departments. One A Dreadful Sight ; Mrs. O.: J. Cook, Haines City; My Residence Property in Winter Park, 12-room, New :Modern
I: large hall, gayly decorated with the Come, look, reader, with me! My Mrs. W. H. Dunaway, Haines City; dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front, 20 acres of
Two Beautiful Build lug Lots I national colors, is used for the amusement whole soul shrank from the sight. 11. G. Sien, Kissimmee; Fred Wilson, land highly improved, 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigated j"
II garden. Property is close in, well located, close to the new
I of the convalescent. Even kino The doctor took me by the hand. I Camilton E. L. Randolph, St. Louis
On South Orange Avenue ; ; Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough for -
Lake shows are given and concerts. kept my eyes away from the face I Mrs. E. W. Eaton, Kalamazoo, Mich.; the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16- .
near Lucerne, splen- I Men were being received from a was afraid to look upon. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Telleth, Louis- 500, and will give possession in 30 days.
did view of the lake See owner only. Write or phone me for a date and I will send
only train went down them.
so we to see "Look at this body," said the doc- ville, Ky.; Mr. W. H. Adams, Atlanta in
my car to any place Orange County to show you these properties.
22 blocks from business I'We talked to them, as detachments of tor. I looked-I shuddered. The ; Mrs. T. A. Newton, Rochester, N.

center, nice big shade trees twenty were taken at a time to the clay pallor of death. The ribs cut- Y.; II. A. Johnson Tampa; Frank TCTX IP. KEKZML: ,

shrubbery, &c., adjourning !I bath.I !ting the skin. Bones, bones, no flesh Galleece, Atlanta; Mr. and :Mrs. Har- BOX :33, WINTER PARK FLORIDA
lot ol the I can not praise too highly the .anywhere.The rington Bailey, Philadelphia Mrs.
to one best res II. ; Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places.
dences in city.-For sale I.wonderful executive ability of those I head turned. Great, hollow Frank Begent, Groton, N. Y.; Mrs.
who conceived and established the as- I black eyes looked into mine. Trans- Jennie E. Conger, Groton, N. Y.
WALTER W. ROSE 'tounding perfection of these two hos-i fixed I stood, heartsick, soul-sad.

REAL ESTATE pitals. Nothing is wanting to aid and I Those great hollow eyes searched FLORIDIANS PETITION GOVERNMENT .
assist nature to save and heal what I mine. They tried to question TO BUY HOME OF
Rooms I A 3 Watkins Block me.
man is so inhumanely torturing and
Phone They spoke language to soul. JEFFERSON

55 dstroying.We II The lips parted, a moan, a groan of Washington, Jan. 18.-A mammoth hear this before? Let the Delicatessen :Man do it.
had scarcely reached the Asto- more than physical agony. He spoke.I petition signed by about 1,500 citizens Something new Something New !
it. Ask Abouit..
ria when I had a telephone call from l could not understand. His words of Florida asking that the government Try :
I Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
OSTEOPATHDR. Dr. MacDonald. j j' were a sound my ears shall never I purchase Monticello, the three or more
Called to Hospital ,forget. The appeal, the longing, the home of Thomas Jefferson, has been Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
JOSEPHINE HARPER "I want you to get in a taxi and knowledge! I I placed on exhibition along with simi- COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES
Office come here Miss Bly" he said. "I I, "What does he say?" I cried, unable lar petitions from other states in a
corner Orange Avenue and
Church have received just now the worst to stand it. "Can no one under- room in the senate office building by R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'SPhone
Davis & McNeil )
Bldg., cases I have ever seen in my entire 'I j,stand? Can't you find some one to Mrs. Martin W. Littleton, of New
Phone 419. 26 Bakery
I life. They may interest you." '!, speak to him?" I York, the chief advocate of this con-

I Get the news in the Sentinel first i I rushed to the American Red. Cross 'I A nurse smoothed his forehead. An gressional action.

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My announcement of last week meant just what it said, that I was going out of business. The sale

of the whole stock, fixtures, good will and lease of store room, would suit me better than any other way,

but if I don't sell that way, the goods will go at cost and in many instances below cost as long as there is

enough to sell at retail, and then the balance will be auctioned off to the highest bidder. There won't be

any slip this time. If you want goods at prices never heard of before in Orlando, get to them before your

neighbor does, there won't be any more after the present stock is gone. .

Below are a few of the prices. I have not time or space to name prices on all goods, but everything will be sold at wholesale .

prices and you save the freight besides as I do not add freight to the cost of the goods.



JUST 50c. kind for __________ __________________40c $5.50 kind for $3.50
Misses Winter Coats, ______ HALF PRICE --------------------------

Misses Winter Coats _______JUST HALF PRICE 35c. kind for _____________________________25c

Misses Sweaters ___________JUST HALF PRICE 25c kind for ______________________________20c COTTON BLANKETS-kind for
$2.75 ______$2.00
.. INFANTS RUBENS- v $2.50 kind! for ________$1.85
MEN'S COLLARS- ------------------

Any at ___________________, ______________20c $1.50 kind for ---------------------______$1.10
15 c. kind _____ lOc kind for
-------------------------- $125.00 95c
By the dozen or balance of box ___.___________9c LADIES HANDKERCHIEFS-

35c kind for ____________________________25c LADIES FLANNELETTE GOWNS-

LADIES LONG SILK GLOVES- 25c kind for __.___________________________20c $1.00 kind for ___80c
--- --------------------
$1.00 for _______80c 75c. kind for ____55c
----- ----------------- -------------------------
60c. kind for 45c
LADIES SHORT SILK GLOVES- 50c, kind! for --------------------:---------40c oOc. kind for --:
- 35c. kind for _____________________________25c --------------------------__ 40c
50c kind for ________40c
---------------------- 25c. kind for 20c
----------------------------- MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, Same Reductions.MEN'S .

$3.00 kind for __________________________$2.00
kind for ?
$3.00 $_.00 $1.50 kind for $1.15
---- --------------------------
$2.00 kind for --------------------------$150.
$ .50 kind for $2.00 C1.00 kind for 80c
------------------------- ----- ----------------------
for-- $1.50 kind for ------"--"""""""$1.00 ,
$2 00 kind $1 50
$1:50: kind for ::::::::::::::::::::::::::$Iis: $1.00 kind for ____________________________80c MEN'S WORK SHIRTS-

$1.25 kind for ____$1.00 COAT SUITS AND HATS- 50c. kind for ________________________,_____40cMEN'S
$1.00 kind for _______80cMEN'S Many kinds of Heavy. Winter Goods and Hats willbe
---- ---------- HEAVY UNDERWEAR-
sold at any price, no reasonable offer will be
refused. 50c. kind for _____________________________40c

$2.00 kind for _$1.50
121L kind for 09.
----.----------------'------- for 75c
BOYS BLOUSES AND SHIRTS- Special Nainsook fi nIS h,-121"-c. kind for _____09c

Hope Muslin, lOc. kind for -_______________08c SILK HOSE-
50c. kind for ----------------------------_40c35c. Ginghams, lOc kind for --_________________08c $1.00 kind for ______________________-*_________75c

kind for -------------------------___25c Ginghams, 12V c kind for _________.___.___lOc 50c. kind for _____________________________40c
25c. kind for -------------------------___20c. Percales, 12J c. kind for _____________lOc 35c. kind for 25c
------ -----------------------------

Sale began Monday morning, January 11th at 7 o'clockAnd

will continue as long as there is anything leU.F .

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Here is a Bargain and
South Florida Sentinel I
(By W. S. Branch) Orlando January 20, 1915.
MORNING AND WEEKLYW. Editor the Morning Sentinel Should be Snappedup I
)I. GLENN .......... ...Editor :
W. C ESSINGTON .. . ..B..lue.a M>nacr Presto Change! Exit-Enter! As a visitor to your Southland anda
-- ----- --- Exit the "Jacksonville Board of winter resident in your City Beautiful by Speculators. -
Entered at the pwtoffic* at Orlando. Florida "
.. Second Claw Mad Matter. Trade; enter the same organizationunder I am more or less interested in J

SUBSCRIPTION RATES the name "Jacksonville Cham- your public affairs. As Tuesday was

Daily. 1 Year .,. ...... .............. 15-00 ber of Commerce." the anniversary of the birth of Gen. .
Daily S Month. ...................... 2.60 It is a rather more dignified title Robert E. Lee, I was pleased to seethe

t Daily.Daily 3 1 Month Months.:::::::::::::::::::::: L25 M and does not remind one quite so forcibly manifest interest and reverence oW

Weekly. 1 Year ...................... 11.00 of "puts," "calls," "margins" paid to the memory of this great Forty-five acres in the Lake

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN .. lost fortunes suicides and all the man. I think I would have less respect -
Conway District where like
ADVANCETO miseries that attend speculations in and love for the people of the

ADVERTISERS: i the Board of Trade transaction of South if they did not honor and revere property is selling from $100

Copy f.r dUpUy and all ether hand-Mi Chicago, New York and other large the memory of Robert E. Lee. I )
adrcrtimiac matt to haadea In at the. KBUBCMfljre cities. to $125 per acre. This tract OUR.
also feel free to say having faced
.( the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m,
the day before publication. This rule applies - Gen. Lee and his:army of American is surrounded by fine young
to raanres for contract advertising: it UliTariaMe
and will be strictly adhered U.Subscribera One Thousand Dollars soldiers in Fredericksburg and Chan-
Fritz Hauer who plays the violinat cellorsville battles, that I can not de- groves. Is heavily timberedand

abould notify desiring' the The office Sentinel in writing discontinued on the Grand theatre, has a very fine cry their sincerity nor their fighting is very rich soil. Owneris
the date of expiration otherwise it will be genuine "old" violin which he has recently qualities.
continued at the regular subscription rates, non-resident and has instructed
had cleaned and in order a -
until notice to stop is received.Telephone put beautiful the American spirit
Namb' 'r ...................... 24 by a New York expert. The other to the front
came a year ago last Julyat us to sell this property -
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1915. day he was showing it to Forrest Gettysburg when we all met and REMNANTDAY

--- ---- --- Dabney Carr and calling Mr. Carr's forgot and forgave-and came to at only sixty dollars per :

A woman's love for pickles seldom attention to some of it's fine points. know and love each other.I 'I I' acre.

sours her disposition.Few "What's it worth?" asked the voice submit a little poem by my son, I

o teacher.; "One thousand dollars," replied -: Walter Hoff Seely of New York, on -

women are dangerousbecause the violin teacher and owner Memorial day three years ago:

they usually talk before they with considerable just pride. "0, Walk tenderly forth o'er the acres of Cooper & Atha
gowan" came back from the vocalist. dead,
act. On blue coated heroes place garlandsof
some one should offer a thousand
o red, 114 South Orange Ave.. Ground Floor
Some editors give the impressionthat dollars for that fiddle you would drop Our brothers who fell in the black of

they believe every word they dead of heart disease caused by sur- war's night, Phone No. 311
prise." Cover over in love with blossoms of
say. white.
I The moral of this story is that a
o Strew flowers of blue o'er the gravesof
I man may be very wise in regard to the I
The man who is always looking for gray, I
trouble overlooks many a good oppor- the musical quality and value of a .Where brothers, once 'foes, sleep the :I '
t I human throat and not have any adequate ages away, :j
tunity. And bonnie blue flags from our :|
.'. -p- I conception of the money value dens of love, ,j
Hot pokers, heated arguments and :of fiddles or violins. Scatter like sunbeams from Heaven I' GULf GASOLINE[
I above.Comingle .
Orlando' knockers should be quickly - I I IS ON
dropped. Why Wool Is Warm A the colors of stripes and I I
the stars. j
o A New York paper is discussingthe Love supplants hate 'neath the stars AND

When you climbed aboard the question, "Why wool is warm." and the bars. I

water wagon January 1 did you ask One of our neighbors says he does And through of gates ajar come strains' SUPREME AUTO OIL
a song :
not understand the of it
for transfer ,
a By Blue and by Gray, in that Heavenly :|
but he is of the because ARE FOR YOUR CAR
o > sure fact throng: I| THE BEST

And it's surprising how many bar- .last week his wife asked him to buy "Our father's God to Thee, Author''

gains we see in Orlando shop win- her a pair of silk hose and after inquiring I of Liberty, to Thee we sing i,i Drums for shipping and storage THURSDA YI.!
Long land be
our bright
the he may I i tanks kept on hand.
dows when we are broke. price decided to buy With Fredom's holy light, )!j i
o ,wool hose instead. He carried them Protect us by Thy might, II I --- I

What men have done in politics the .home and his wife got warm as soon ,Great God, our King." |I.I Lubricating Oil and Greases to suit
all Give make of when
URIAH cars. car
SEELEY || you
women think they can do-and still .as she opened the package, and later
keep on the outside of jail. on she got real hot about it. Veteran from New Jersey. j i I order.

What a fine Orlando this would be ADDITIONAL LOCALMr. GULF REfINING COil

if we were all as well satisfied with ,,
WANTED-To buy a light, inexpensive -
Chas. Moore decided few I
others as we are with ourselves! a car, Ford preferred. Address, P. G. WALTON Agent
o weeks ago to quit battling with the "Car." care Sentinel. 1-20-3V Office Phone 450. Every Remnant in the

Changeable weather was to have cold around Battle Creek Michigan, -- Residence Phone 269.

been expected during the month of and accordingly has taken up permanent FOR SALE-Country Gentleman

January, since there are five changesof I I Orlando.quarters at the Empire hotel, Golden Evergreen Dent Hickory Corn.King Get andStpvell's my Store goes on Sale at

the moon. prices. J. L. Dean, City Drug Store,
o next to Arcade. l-20-12tc VENEER CORES

A thin man is in difficulties for life, Miss Lucy Jones, of Birmingham,

but a thin woman can join the buy-a- Ala., who has been visiting her aunt FOR SALE-Modern home, 7 rooms, $1.25
bale movement and reconstruct her Mrs. E. M. Drennen, at Paso Robles, hall, bath, screened porch, extra
large closets, and trunk room; locatedin
figure to suit. left yesterday for Jacksonville where first class residential district; 5 Per Strand Up 2
o she will visit friends before going to minutes from postoffice. For quick
her home in Alabama. sale will take $2,500. Terms. Inquireof FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND
When a woman is angry she tells a OAK WOOD
owner, 312 North Main. 1-20-12tc
man just what she thinks of him-
and less than
and incidentally, just what she thinks Messrs. Henry Schneider and Thomas DODGE ATTRACTS INTERESTThis Orlando Wood YardB.

other people think of him. Welch, of Cleveland, Ohio arrivedin W. Kingsley, Proprietor

o Orlando by auto yesterday and are PINE STREET AND R. R.
is "New Dodge" day in Or-
What has become of the old fash- seeing this portion of Florida today. Telephone 344
lando. Every admirer of automobilesis 9-30
ioned training school for boys that They will tour the state in the inter-
dodging into the Phillips garageto PriceSilks
used to be located in the woodshed? ests of a large investment companyof
take a look at the new Dodge car
remarks an exchange. We believe it their city.I .
which has just arrived.
has changed to a garage. Find what you want in the Sentinel
o wish to announce to my friends Read the clasified ads. want columns.
Billy Sunday says hell is located in and customers that I have added to

Philadelphia. He steals the idea from my stock a large line of garden and Dress Goods
Sam Jones who worked it to death. field seed. My store is new and my

Sam always located hell in the place' stock is fresh. Call and see me.

where he was holding a revival and J. L. DEAN, City Drug Store. Laces Embroideries
; then proceeded to give it to everybody l-20-3tc ,

.-Tampa>> Tribune.

o Mr. and :Mrs. Chas. A. Benedict, of Ginghams Linens

LEMONS Centerville, Md., regular winter visitors ,

New Mexico boasts a giant lemon to Orlando, arrived yesterday
161-2 inches around. Why not pre- afternoon on the Tampa Special to Woolens Curtain

sent it to ex-Gov. Cole Blease of spend another season, and as usualare ,

South Carolina?-New York World. making their home at the New

Yes and there are a few lemon Lucerne.Mr. .
Goods Wash Goods
trees in Orange county. Why not 4
send entire lemon tree to Blease?
an .
: and Mrs. L. H. Rouser of
o Quincy 111., who have been in Orlando Forty acres of high Pine Land covered with heavy
Etc. Etc. Etc.
And so the Orlando Sentinel nom- since the first of December, left yes- growth of virgin timber enclosed with new hog proof I .
inates us as umpire for the all state terday for a visit to Fort Myers arid

editor's baseball team, does it? points of interest on the Manatee fence. Very comfortable dwelling In first-class condition

Didn't think we had gotten in so bad- river. They expect to return and
ly with Glenn that he would wish so take in the Subtropical Midwinter and excellent barn. Good water. Located at Fort Christ-

dangerous a position on us.-Clear- Fair the
second week in February.
water Sun. mas. Owner purchased this place and fixed it up for Every End ai... \s' Prjppand

No, but you'know your qualifica- V\ R. O'Neal left yesterday for hunting lodge and now wishes to sell it for cash, or will 2 I I lib
Brother Powell!
Boston and Indianapolis, where he Less than...
o will be for a few days on urgent bus- trade for other property. No objection to putting in ad-

POLITICS iness matters. At Indianapolis he
Politics stirred when H. J. Drane, will attend a meeting of the national ditional money if your property has the value. This is I

of Lakeland, announced his candidacyfor board of control of the Knights of
an opportunity for somebody.
congress Saturday. Here's a few Pythias fraternal order. He is one of

remarks: four members constituting the board.
"State Senator II. J. Drane, of
Lakeland in the Lakeland Even-
ing Telegram of last Saturday Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Cummin of

made public announcement of his Richfield Springs, N. Y., are in Or- t
candidacy for congress from the lando for an indefinite sojourn. They;
first Florida district, in the election -
of 1916."Which have been coming to this part of Florida S. Y. WAY 1
is taking time by the for several years and notwith-
forelock. The election is nearly standing the fact that the weatherhas { DICKSONIVES CO.

two years away. The present in- not been the "Florida kind," have
cumbent who was re-elected to
the position for another two- enjoyed their visit immensely. Theyare Insurance and Real Estate Agent

year term, will enter upon that making their home at the San
term on March 4 next. Juan.
"Mr. Drane is an able and affa- PHONE 172 .DEPARTMENT STORE.
ble gentleman and has made a ..
creditable record as senator from
Polk county in the state legisla- ORLANDO'S" FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

ture. lie in may due be time.TampaTimes. congressionaltimber Mr. A. C. Farr is far away from The Store of true service, of never-failing courtesy -

his home in Upland Ind., flirting with] of fair dealing, of trust-worthy mer-

-0- the more level lands and balmy cli- chandise, at right prices

"That Lakeland man's candi- mate of Orange county. He is reg- J ORLANDO FLORIDA
is likely to quite a
dacy prove
istered at the Empire and may be-
r Drane on our able congressman'sstrength.Tampa t
Tribune. come a permanent resident.i


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i "Get it at Aliens"
I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. ,

By Miss' Elias Wright : I ;
5 cents ;
Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254 .' How to Prove I

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WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR ka lake shore at Oakland, where they ARTHUR JOHNSONin TODAY'S PROGRAM- that aFountain L t

entertain with delightful week-end LI
L. January 20th-23rd. the 14th of the Beloved Adventurer i Four Reels Today PenWon't .f
parties, the rod and reel being one of iS IIII!
Powers. "Almost a Hero. A farce
WednesdayMrs. the chief amusements, as this lake is Series. comedy. Leak id .f
Cameron Mann "at home," noted for its extensive fishing. Victor "The Coast Guard's Bride"

Bishopstead.Sans I -o- in two parts, with Irene Wallace and LooX.tthe'tbeParker-tbePenw.tube. IfitscBrved."' t
Souci Club; Mrs. A. K. Bogue, "MAREEA THE FOSTER Walter Miller. The Parker Lucky Cane leak
hostess. U. D. C. Ball a Brilliant Success Nestor. "When Eddie Went to the ..at......u. ... a_;.causing Peed Capillary Tahe- ,

Young Matrons Card Club; Mrs. The United Daughters of the Con- MOTHER"A Front. A Mexican war comedy,with of feed Attraction.tube in This draws ink aut
u picture.the instant
Hal Beardall, hostess. federacy ball given last evening at Eddie Lyons, ictoria Forde and Lee you =aprlaht. Tbat'. wkyD t
Unity Circle; topic, "Be Fair to the Moran. k leak.
Christian Scientist." the Armory was a brilliant success. Ordiaaryfountainpen.hsy straight (
Vitagraph Special Feature feed
The officers of the Annie Coleman tales in wbkh ink stars. awn
Weekly dance, Lucerne hotel. when ten is point up. Airinside of

Men's Forum Chapter House. Chapter formed the receiving line, complete in two parts, featur- BIG REWARDS IN THE SENTINELBut forces eapandin this: ink g out from onto beatof end your of peflL body .

Thursday with B. M. Robinson, adjutant of D Standard style Parker Lucky Curve
Elizabeth Bachelor Branham Girts Card hostess.Club; Miss I Camp 54, U. C. v. ing ANN SCHAFFER. slight effort, if you have some- and Pens ornamentation.SU50 to$250.00 according to airs ,

Rosalind Club afternoon. Miss Mary RobinsonThe thing to sell at a right price, lies be- Now Parker Jack Knif Sale17 Po. ,

"Here and There" Club; Mrs. Whit- I tween you and a buyer. From the cannot leak if. it tries. You can an
president Miss Mary Robinson, carry it .9*O i.SO op.
tier, hostess. quiet and privacy of your own home i t etucKY
8:30 P. M.-Rosalind reception to wore an exquisite evening gown of
look and find the
you can always very
Mrs. Pell-Clarke. yellow chiffon over yellow taffeta i
thing you need in the Daily Morning RUN s
Friday with trimmings of gold banding anda
Sentinel. All kinds of rewards await
Nullos Club; Mrs. F. D. Carr. -1
Fortnightly Literary Club, Cathe- corsage bouquet of sweet peas. "THE WASP"A those who let Sentinel ads. do their a I

dral school. Mrs. A. R. Bogue hiring, position selecting, renting,
Selig Drama.
Stetson.Basket Ball, Cathedral school vs. Mrs. A. R. Bogue wore a lovely .:, selling and buying. Just look throughthe A E t tD

Saturday black plaited chiffon gown with drap- Sentinel want columns today and Now dip

Boston Grand Opera. Lucerne thea- eries of rare old lace, red roses. satisfy yourself that this is so. holds onto your pocket

tre. Mrs. Seth WoodruffMrs. and like a 4lmffn snapping into turtle
Belgian relief card party Mrs. Wm.R. its a
; bell what
O'Neal and Miss O'Neal, hostesses.0 . Woodruff's gown was fash- D write.. you want to
- ioned of real black lace over black fJ:
Money: refunded if 1
Delightful AfternoonThe satin, cream lace trimmings and jet "WHEN THE HAM TURNED"A any Parker Pen doesn't

"Auctioneers" Card Club, which ornaments. Lubin Comedy. LucerneTODAY dealer.please. We protect .

met with Miss Sheppard at Cathedral
Mrs. Mary Branham Get a Irakless Parker Fes Into your
school on Tuesday, enjoyed a most Miss Mary Branham wore a dainty pocket before tol ght.
afternoon. The club
delightful prize lavender flowered dancing frock witha t
was won by Mrs. Fudge. They will
shoulder bouquet of purple asters.
meet next week with Mrs. Charles
Mrs. C. E. Graham
Campbell at the home of Mrs. Geo. -Alle OCL
Mrs. C. E. Graham, of Greenville, _
South Carolina who has been state

-0-- president or"the U. D. C. of South JEWELERS
Mrs. Gordon Wright "THE OF MINDS"A
Carolina, was a guest in the receiv- Ib" cD
The Junior Matrons Card Club was l' r !
ing line. She was gowned in a beautiful -
entertained yesterday afternoon by
costume of silver net over grey Thanhouser Special Feature,
Mrs. Gordon Wright at her home on
satin with silver bead trimmings and
Osceola street. After the games a silver hair ornament. 5 cents '10 cents complete in two parts ... . . . . .O.II..i..I. . ... .IMIIMIIIK. .. ,

delicious salad course was served.0 .
About eleven-thirty a delicious sup- One Clever Production. i
- W. S. Coleman. W. R. Rhan.
per of chicken salad, sandwiches, olives i
Fine Program at Sorosis Club
cake and coffee was served.
The Sorosis Club members and
Miss Mollie' Ray presided over the j
friends enjoyed a very interestingtalk .
on""Reminiscences of the Wilson punch table, which was decorated Coming Friday- "THE PLUMBER"A SUN PROOF PAINT and sat- ;
with white and red roses. ,
Family, given by Dr. John Stagg'on isfaction
The hall was a bower of bamboo, WILLIAM FARNUM in are as inseparable as .j
Tuesday afternoon at the club room. Keystone Comedy. A Scream.
the Confederate colors, red and white, freckles and red hair. Ask the I i
Dr. Stagg was a student under Wood- "THE SIGN OF THE CROSS"AUCTON
bein gtwined around the the
row Wilson's father. The lives of the pillars, Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co.
Bonnie Blue Flag waving all.
father and mother were told, also the.
Mcintosh's orchestra furnished splendid 205 So. Orange Avenue.Phone .
early training of young Woodrow, to SALE MONDAYBig
music. SOME SHOW !
show how the character of the man I 261 t
Auction Sale of Choice Tennessee
who is now president of the United ---0-
Horses and MulesIn
States was formed. Dr. Stagg is always -I Mikado RehearsalThe Orlando at J. B. Magruder's, Jr.,

an entertaining talker, and he first rehearsal of the "Mikado"by Stables, next Monday, January 25, at SAME LITTLE PRICES I

made those present feel that they the Mendelssohn Club was a very 12:30 p. m. L. E. Bates will arrive

know the president personally enthusiastic one, and so well did the in the city this morning with one full i
now. car load of horses and mules direct
They understand more fully his members recall their parts that the from Tennessee. In the load are 10 -

strength of character and honest performance will' be given in three horses and 11 mules, as good as were ,
weeks. Several features will be i ever shipped to Orlando. The horses *
faith and aim new
high to serve the
pea I consist of heavy draft horses farm FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
ple of this country to the best of his added-new dances by the Geisha horses, matched teams, fancy drivers

ability. Girls, and new jokes by the "Lord and saddlers. The mules consist of i

- High Executioner." matched teams and single mules, Established 1886 4
weighing 1,000 to 1.300 pounds, with 4i
From Tampa shape and quality. This stock is all

Mrs. C. W. Green, of Tampa, is the NOTICEOf thoroughly broke and acclimated. i

attractive house guest of Mrs. T. Pic- Application for Tax Deed Under Section I Any one wanting to buy at private
.f Chapter 4888. Law .f Florida sale or exchange can do at
ton Warlow at her delightful home
time before the auction sale next iI
Notice is hereby Riven that Florida Good
'Greycroft. Homes Company of Orlando Florida purchaser Monday noon. Call at the stables and
- of tax certificate No. 625. dated the look them over.BEC01IES I
6th day of February A. D. 1892. has filed
Returned to New York aid certificate in my office and has made LOANS
application for tax deed to issue in accordance FLORAL REPRESENTATIVE si
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hoffman have with law. Said certificate embraces the I

returned to their home in New York following described property situated in Orange i
county. Florida, to-wit 2 acres in
city, after a very pleasant visit of square in southwest comer of northwest REAL; ESTATE RENTALS I

several weeks with her mother, Mrs. quarter of southwest, quarter section 35. J. L. Dean, proprietor of the City It
township 22 south range 28 nat Za. The t
Seth Woodruff. said land being assessed at the date of the Drug Store, was in Tampa Mondayand
issuance of such certificate in the name of

---0-- Unknown. closed a deal with the Knull Floral ,i
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed
Mrs. Drew Is
RecoveringThe according to law, tax deed will issue thereonon company, and will hereafter rep-
many friends of Mrs. Benj. the 22nd day of February A. D. 1915.
i Witness my official signature and seal this resent that in Orlando as ,
Drew will be glad to learn that she the 20th day of January. A. D. 1915. j
is recovering nicely from an opera- (SeaL) B. M. ROBINSON special agent. FOR RENT-Bungalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main
Clerk Circuit Court Orange County. Fla. '
tion for appendicitis at hte private 120EtwOSTEOPATHY' Street.

sanitarium of Dr. Howard Kelley in ROUMANIA TO ENTER WAR 'I

Baltimore, Md.
Seven Room House South Orlando.
- Athens, Greece, Jan. 19.Specialto

Guests of CoL and Mrs. Buxton I. N. S. and the London Daily Tel- t
Mr. and Mrs. Ben C. Buxton have Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon egraph-The) decision of Roumaniato Two New Five Room Houses, South West Orlando.

returned to the city and will be the Kirksville Graduate enter the arena as a belligerentwas \

guests of Col J. E. Buxton on Lucerne Consultation Free confirmed from various sources. i

Circle, for the remainder of the Office HoteL Cheney Block. Opp. San Juan All agree that the date to govern the .

season. Mr. and Mrs. Buxton own a Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 entrance is the first week in Feb- -

handsome country home on the Apop- Orlando, Fla. ruary.

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FOR RENT-To single adult, very
e desirable furnished room, with all lumber Laths LIlcl Shingles
SENTINELWANT conveniences, in choice neighborhood.
Apply 408 East Pine street. I IOILAND

S SEVEN ROOM, new stucco cottage, : c44: !
one block from Eola park; com-
mands fine view of city. Price $5,500. .
H. C. McDaniel, phone 708.
The Morning Sentinel Want I
Directory is the Greatest Want FOR RENT-Seven room house; water
Ad Medium in Orlando. gas, electric lights, bath, etc.; () .,
barn, stable, chicken house; lot 100 by
Terms Cash in Advance. 200 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange
avenue. 10-31-tf

For One Day ______________25t FOR RENT-Large, attractive room. Cement Plaster and .
For Three Days ____________50c Inquire No. 8 West Washington St. Royal Agatite Perfection Lime

For Six Days _______________75c 11-8-tfc
HAS ARRIVED. WHO? For One Month ____________$2. 0 -- -
This rate applies on all ads of FOR RENT-Small flat, modern con-
25 words or less. If the ad con- veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A. !
Mr. Homeseeker-He says: tains more than 25 words the rate Knox. 11-3-tf tMliMlilillltllllllllllliMiltilMMMMIIIItlimiMllitMlillilil illltM*
"I have now decidedI will be one cent per word for
each additional word, for each in-
I WILL BUY IN ORLANDOThis sertion. I 4 to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
If you can't bring your ad to 10-25-tf
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- SUB-TROPICAL EXPOSITION
is the most uptodateand counts opened by telephone will be WANTED
cleanest city I have seen. payable the following day.
POSITION WANTED by chauffeur;
THE PEOPLE ARE MORE Every Home-Every Business- experience of four years; am licensed MIDWINTEROELA.
Every' Man has use for a chauffeur and repairman. Ad-
PROGRESSIVEIt Sentinel Want Ad. dress A. B. C.. Sentinel. l-19-3t

t' presents the best general .WANTED white girl for general

appearance "of any place It FOR SALE l-17-3t housework. Address 19 East Pine. : .-. V .Jss O.y .F.isli. .
have visited.

We specialise in Orlando FOR SALE-Ten months old pointerpup W WANTED Middle aged woman for
t ; full blood and pedigreed; house work. Box 11.
City Homes and will be white with liver spots. Address, or Sentinel. Apply ,1-5-tf care FEI3. 9-13 1Q15EDUCATIONAL

pleased to have you call and apply at Postmaster, Maitland, Fla. ,

t and let us show you our real 1192t'THREE PUTTYLESS WINDOW SASHTheowner

I values in this class of prop- wants to trade full right of
LOTS and five house,
a room Florida to make and sell for Orlandoflat
erty. located on Ohio avenue, in Oak- centrally located. Call 407 Jackson -
wood Park, for sale. For further information -
street evenings at 6 o'clock.
I t call at tent on Ohio ayenue. 1-17-61 Embracing-Agriculture, Horticulture, Floriculture, Domestic
with exhibits of Stock and
and Crafts

(f II North Orange Avenue touring FOR SALE-Six car, in good cylinder condition Thomas; four estate.buy,Have sell rent resided and in exchange Orlando, Fla.real, and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports

PHONE 608 new tires; an excellent motor; cost over 30 years. Have handled over
4,500 new; will sell cheap for cash, or $20,000,000. Call and see ma. AreoplansLectures and Entertainments of all kindsFor
i OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL take a good Ford touring car as part 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.
paymentAddress P. O. Box No. 2,
FRED B. DALE Formosa, Fla. l-19-6t
C. H. BRYANT Now is the time to buy your seed
t. FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock Irish potatoes. Wilson & Toomer Information or premium list, address
DAVIS A GILES. Counsel and tools, best farm in county; variety have the Improved Rose No. 4 and
r F. A. PEPPERCORN. Contractor fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- Bliss Triumph, grown specially for \m. R. O'NEAL Sec'y H. H. DICKSON Pres.
to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock them, and inspected by U. S. ovell1-
Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- ment. See H. McDaniel, agent.
er. 1-16-tfc Phone 708. l-8-12t
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I FOR SALE-A very attractive sub- FOR CORNS
I "DIXIE LIMITED"Between bunions ingrowingnails
urban home situated on north bank see the chiropodist for men
of Lake Concord; high elevation; and women. L. J. Mustard, over Mc-
elevation commands view of
high ;
Elroy's drug store, 117 Orange ave-
three large lakes; in the prettiest nue. Pedicure and manicure.
suburb of Orlando; lot size 158x1320 1-16-1mc
feet fronts 158 feet lake front
J cksonville Chicago and St. Louis
I and 158 feet on Lakeview avenue; has NICHOLAS &
Reestablished January 6, 1915 65 young citrus trees, all varieties. 3U yor. trce 4i'etKINCAIB
This is a choice piece of property.Will MANUFACTURE all classes of hairgoods
Northbound( --Daily Southbound be sold very low to a quick buyer. ; prices reasonable and work
K See the owner at 98 Lakeview first class. Call and see us at 303
9:35 am Lv. Jacksonv'e Ar. 7:30 pm avenue. l-16-6t Garland street. 1-6-lmo
5:08pm Ar.8:03pmAr.. Macon Lv.11:45 am

Atlanta Lv. 8:35 am FOR SALE-Story & Clark upright ATTENTION! lot
I -$700 corner good
12:18 4.50 am Ar. Chattan'ga Lv. 4:37 am grand piano won by Miss Myrtle location, two blocks north of Lake
am Ar. Nashville Lv.12.10 am Weeks in the recent contest will be Eola, $500 must sell would consider
; ;
9:28 am Ar. Evansville Lv. 7:30pm; sold benefit of church SNOWDENOrlando's \
J Ar. small car part payment. EL R. T. an
6:35pm Chicago Lv.11:30 amLv.2:15
--- building fund. Piano may be seen Box 122. 1-17-61
y 2:59 pm Ar. St. Louis pm at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E.
4, - Weeks, 10 Washington! street. WE HAVE NOW READY FOR DELIVERY -
Solid Train Compartment-Observa 1-13-tfc Irish Potatoes warrantedfree
tion cars, Standard Pullman cars and -, from scab or other diseases. and
i coaches, between Jacksonville and FOR SALE-To those only who Drop me a card or phone 708 and let Largest Cheapest
t Chicago. Standard Pullman sleepers cash capital to invest in winter us talk over your requirements. I
i. Jacksonville to St. Louis.DINING homes; also big acreage in groves and will make it to our mutual advan-
trucking lands. Address Box 814, tage. H. C. McDaniel. FURNITURE
CARS Orlando. 1-8-lmoc HOUSEi
t NOTICU have accepted agency for
FOR SALE-30 acres land, 20 fenced, Wilson & Toomer's fertilizers in
Atlantic 10 cleared ready for setting trees; Orange county and will appreciatethe
Linei OrlandoBeglu
Coast] and Pine Sts.
t close to depot, 3 miles from Orlando. patronage of their old customers, Cor. Main
i Cheap if sold in 30 days. Lock Box and hope to make new friends for this
Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. No. 4, 1-3-lmo firm. Their Ideal brands are too well
known for any comment at my hands. I .
My experience as a grower of both I -
G. KIRKLAND D. P. A., FOR SALE-One seven passenger, fruit and vegetables?; warrants we in "
Tampa, Florida. six cylinder automobile, 1 year old, saying, as their agent I can be of r-
first class condition. Don't answer real service to those who have grove -- -
unless interested. Address Bargain, trouble. I am prepared to give to
care of Sentinel. 11-14-tf my patrons not only my own experience -
but that of the firm, which cov-
Real Estate
Boughtand FOR SALE ers every detail of the citrus and veg-
citrus industry. H. C. McDaniel.

Sold.City Good Terms citrus to and Suit truck Purchaser land, cleared, EIGHTEEN Phone 708. AND A HALF ACRESof B tile Ne Tear lit

in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots, on land on Lake Gatlin; sixteen in [ w [

Building Lots, $100; $1.00 cash brick road to be built this year, two five year old oranges and grapefruit;
miles from Orlando. Phone 1024 4 overlooks four lakes; in perfect con-
and $1.00 per week buys a Lot rings, or write H. G.Jackson, R. F. D. dition. Price 12000. Nothing better -

RENTS COLLECTED. No. 2, Orlando for appointment. in Florida, unless it is the prop-
1-7-lmo erty below described.
Notary Work Promptly and Neatly -
Done. FOR RENT TWENTY ACRES, in good neighborhood .
; fine land; 10 acres in bear- Cook and Heat
FOR RENT-Suite of two rooms for ing trees; good lake protection; good
light housekeeping; modern conven- crop on trees Price $10,000, with
N.P.HATCHERORLANDO iences; with private family; to adults fruit; or owner will keep fruit, deducting -
only. Apply 512 South Lake street. $2,000 for same. Offered only
,FLORIDA Phone 562. 1-19-61 for reasons beyond owners control. f.o
See II. C. McDaniel for particulars. f.
Office at Pinehurst ParkP. FOR RENT-Two very pleasantrooms Phone 708.LAKE. WITH .
O. Box 281 with board; private family;
205 East Robinson avenue. 1-19-St
PHONE 405 0-8-lm

VERY DESIRABLE ROOM,with private -
family; all conveniences;* bath SITEFour
ORLANDOPLUMBING Ktricity.. etc; close in. 305 East
Church street. 1.17-3t

FOR RENT-A suite of rooms for

light housekeeping, with bath, hot miles from Orlando one GASF
CO1 and cold water; a pleasant neighborhood -
; close in; near Eola park. .Call mile from Post Office, Schools
307 East Pine. l-16-6t and Churches and Packing

26 WEST PINE STREET FOR RENT-Kooms. 3:50 per week, House. On good road just one
in the best part of the city; also mile from Orlando Sandfordroad.
PHONE 122 housekeeping rooms. The St. James,

---- 308 FOR West RENT-At street. Windermere 1-15-bt, 12 Surrounded. by fine Groves; Virginia Y nJll 1m :
Tilell Surely IY llaDy
Best Plumbing at Lowest miles from Orlando, two well fur- Pine Timber. Excellent n y

nished, heated rooms, each having 3 Citrus Land with water protec-
PricesWe large windows, in pleasant cottage on
Lake Butler. Use of bath and large tion and beautiful lake frontage
screened porches facing lake; near
are not in the combine. Rossmore Inn. Would also rent fully
SLAUTER'S latest inventions usedon equipped kitchen if desired. AddressM. Sixty Acres at

all 6rstdasaPlumbing A. Buckley, Windemere. Fla.
1-14-lwk .
$20 Per Acre .
FOR RENT-Rooms, with or without
board; also rooms for light house- ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO. ".
keeping; several apartments from ]1
NEIL McDUFFEE to 4 rooms, each at very reasonable
prices. Inquire of F. L. Anderson, Think of it and see ".
112 West Church street. Phone 459.
Contractor and Builder .

Bungalows Specialty I more cents and attend T. O. Brown's I I ...
'I' Real Sale for Men, Tuesday the 12th ; i
Arcade Building. Orlando
Ito Saturday the 16th. 1-12-tf Watkins Block PHONE I !



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. 'SUFFS FOR STATE ACTIONFollowing BODY FOUND IN MIAMI BAY would.be BEAUTY Minnie pleased Sawyer SPECIALISTMrs. to do work, of at Boston your, Dr. BuckmasterOSTEOPATH I

ORLANDO ROOFINGAND I homes or hotels. Shampooing, face

: Defeat Will See Enfranchisement Mrs. Herbert Osborn, of New and scalp, hair specialist; manicuring, chiropody -I
dressing. Phone 680. i
Through York, Meets Tragic Deathin 10 West Concord avenue, Orlando. Graduate of Kirksville
SHEET METAL CO. State Legislature, It Miami Bay-No l-15-12t. ;
Is Announced Verdict Yet .
I S. Orane Avenue
Now is the time to order GRIF-I 132 1ABOVE

Washington, Jan. 18. Declaring 1 :Miami, Fla., Jan. of FING'S ROSES. W. H. Brokaw.I
18.-The body
Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos, ,that the vote in the house recently on I Mrs. Herbert Osborn wife of a New I salesman. 12-16-tf I: PEOPLES BANK PHONE 518 j j

and I I the Mondel resolution for a constitutional York tea merchant, was found in Mi- Get the news in the Sentinel first. - .
Rubber RoofingsCornices I I amendment to enfranchise women ami bay today. Mrs. Osborn disap- I I PHONE 646 j,
had demonstrated conclusively peared from her yacht last night.
Skylights. Heating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings I that the next important step in the Mr. and Mrs. Osborn had been winter Dr. S. S. Jonesi I AUTO FOR HIRE *

suffrage movement must come I' visitors here. He left for New FIRST CLASS REPAIRING- j

Works: 14 E. Church St. - ORLANDOHMMMIIIIMMMIMIMIIIMMIIMIMMItilMMMMH I through the states. Mrs. Medill Mc- York Friday night, his wife decidingto CHIROPRACTOR I BARNARD & SON -
Cormick, chairman of the remain She of '
congressional longer. complained
graduate Davenport College, 17 and 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla. j 1
I committee of the National illness when she boarded the yacht I'118 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone 12-10-1m I
American Woman Association i 209.
Suffrage last night. Intelligent people everywhere
-- announced today that the com- :Members of the crew discovered I II 1 are being restored to health by chiropractic ,
I adjustments, the new scienceof IF YOU ARE LOUKir for j
mittee's activities for the remainderof i well
early today. A search
removing the cause of disease. Ex- rooted orange and grapefruit buds,
BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT the session of congress would be I was immediately begun and amination free. 12- 4-1mo see H. C. McDanid.' Phone 708. 1
devoted to such legislation would --- -- ---- -
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| advance the cause in various states. from where the vessel was .
Saturday January a 23rd No verdict has been returned yet I


The Society Event of the Theatrical Season ORDAINED TO THE DEACONATE1 carry the Largest Stock of Seed in

:The Oregon Will Sail Through At the church of the Holy Cross,i Orange County. Agents for the Celebrated -
ENGLISH Panama Canal at Formal
| Buena Vista, yesterday morning,t 1
BOSTON COMPANY 'I Opening in National Guano Fertilizers
OPERA I !March Bishop Cameron Mann, of the southern '
. jurisdiction of Florida, ordainedto
t the deaconate*Mr. Soper, who has : 2O6 So. Orange Ave.Painting .
In a Master Production of the World's Favorite Opera- Washington, Jan. 18. AH honorably -
been in charge of the mission forsome
VERDI'S BEAUTIFUL discharged sailors who made the months. I 1 1I
I historic trip around Cape Horn on the
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Oregon in the early days of the Span- I ..............." "muni "
HL TROVATORE were witnessed by a large congrega-
ish war will have an opportunity to
I tion.Miami Metropolis.FOR .
'pass through the Panama canal on DecoratingHave

J With the Most Remarkable Cast of Stars Ever Heard in the famous old battleship at the formal SALE I
opening of the canal next :March.
English Opera, including ,
Secretary Daniels so instructed the
house painted now and save money. .
present commander of the Oregon to- Xo.1. Forty acres virgin pine tim- your
I JOSEPH I F. SHEEIM{{ AMERICTENOEATEST: day. Arrangements will be made for ber land, on south side of lake front, z Years of trying and now can paint your house and give

discharge of all of that class who three-fourths. mile from railroad station you' four years' guarantee. Leave one-third of money
i $1,000.
MIRTH CARMEN LOUIS HEMMING wish to quit when the Oregon gets I I|i with you for that time. I put on paper that will stay on.

HAROLD J. GEIS ARTHUR DEANE back to the coast of California.AT I front No.one-half 2 Sevent.five mile from acres Forest, on lake I I Work the best and prices the cheapest. Estimates free.
HENRI DeVAREE EVLINE VAN AERNAM six acres bearing orange grove; good i'I Address GIBBS, MAGNOLIA HOUSE
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Xo. 3. Twenty acres, four miles I<
GRACE DOXSEE AND OTHERS Tampa, Fla., Jan. 18.-Lieutenant
I from the city, on lake front; twelve''
Thompson, of the police department, acres bearing orange grove; orange I i
The Superb Boston English Opera Chorus, left yesterday for Winter Garden!crop recently sold two thousand three I..
hundred boxes. Three hundred boxes
Fla., where he called
was on account
and Augmented Orchestra Under I I of grapefruit now on trees. $6,500; i
of the severe illness of his mother,i
Direction of Basil Harsfall.The Mrs. F. E. Thompson, who is seventy-i i terms. II
eight years of ageIotorcycle No. 4. Lot 70x190 feet, on brick
most finished and artistic performance of 'IlTrovatore'ever PoI i street; high class neighborhood.
liceman Fuller, who is a grandson of
taken on Tour," is the verdict of Press and Public. Mrs. Thompson, and a nephew of j$1,000. "Country Club Car Service"LEAVES

Lieutenant Thompson, to I. No. 5. Thirty acres near hard sur-
PRICES50c. face road; one mile from railroad
leave for her home unless he
station, lake front four
on ; acres
I P.M.
.: 75c. $1.00 $1.50 and $2.00Seats receives word of some improvement :.budded grove; six hundred boxes of EMPIRE AND SAN JUAN 9 A.M. AND 2
in her condition. I fruit; one hundred and fifty thousand I '
feet virgin pine timber. $3,000.J. RETURN FROM COUNTRY CLUB 12.30 P.M. and 5.30 P.M. --
will be placed on sale at DeLaney's Drug Store,
Monday morning, January 18. Sentinel want ads. make it possi- E. CRAWFORD, II Service from any Hotel in the City by calling PHONE 34.
I ; ble for you to select and choose your Office, Orland Hotel.
.I IM. . 111 . 11.11. . . "' MMMIIMMMMilMMMM I tenants, lodgers or boarders. l-S-Ir-.o ROUND TRIP $1.00. FARE ONE WAY 50c.
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$1,000.00 in Beautiful Presents to be Given Away at the


40 Beautiful Residence Plots '

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Located on Colonial Drive, in the city limits, on the directCOLONIAL

DRIVE-FRONT OF ORANGE PARK road to the Country Club with lake frontage, the highestand

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

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

([ 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 record of success and square dealing for many years, and are open for investigation.Colonial .

Land Co.


Office-Watkins Block-Room 1 with W. W. Rose


President Treasurer Secretary


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r i / Plant Early Grape Fruit and Make Money ;. !'


Conner Polific Grape Fruit is The Only I

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EJarly Variety I Ito

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

quality and quantity of production.

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- -- In Dollars and Cents EARLY GRAPEFRUIT '
is Far in the Lead b.

Do not worry about Grapefruit. Grapefruit for the past

t five seasons as sold by the Florida Citrus Exchange, has aver-
t l -...... ,.> .' . aged growers for all grapefruit, including culls, shipped in plain
j; .. .. _. .7pwM ..4'fP.., boxes $2.18 per box, f.o.b. shipping point, while oranges, includ-
-,,:,"',' ing all grades and all varieties, have averaged over the same pe-
f ,;.. .. ..of, riod, $1.65 per box f.o. b., a five year record. ,

.ft In dollars and cents early Grapefruit is far in the lead.
Shipments made in October and November, which is the early
season afforded by Conner Prolific Grapefruit, have averaged
f 4'j $2.78 per box for all Grapefruit shipped. Midseason to late ,
I t grapefruit has averaged $2.34 per box f.o.b. showing a balance
ft M I in favor of the Conner Prolific Grapefruit variety of 44c. per box
f.o.b., for every box shipped of early Grapefruit.

t .' THESE ARE THE REASONS why we advise you to plant .
: T : early Grapefruit. Nearly the entire area planted in Central and
I1 : South Florida on both the East and West Coasts for five years,
: has been planted to late varieties of Grapefruit and Oranges.It .
is not hard to figure out what will happen to the producers of
; late varieties of Grapefruit and Oranges in the future when
t their product is placed on the market in competition with can-
taloupes, strawberries and all kinds of fresh fruits that are pro-
duced in the north and placed on the northern markets to be soldin
competition with their shipments.

When Early Grapefruit goes to market in October and No'embery -
j4I > ripe luscious and fit to eat as Conner Prolific variety
: will be at this season, there is nothing to compete with it. Can-
; taloupes are gone, apples are not yet ripe, and it is the best fruit
obtainable. That is the reason why early Grapefruit brings a
big price. Government supervision will rule the shipment of
fruit from Florida after the season of 1914-15, and you may depend -
CONNOR PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT, 4 YEARS OLD, ON ROUGH LEMON STOCK upon it that early Grapefruit will not be hampered by ,
- - shipments of green, unpalatable! stuff aQ has been the rule in
the past; therefore, prices should be better than ever before,
and we advise you with all heartiness and with all good will and
The OGKLAW AHA NURSERIES/[ do not Produce Alone wishes for your prosperity to plant the Conner Prolific Grape-
Grapefruit fruit and be sure of something staple in the way of returns. Keep
out of competition with the other fellow as much as you can.
Far from it. All varieties that will produce Money Making Conner Prolific Grapefruit is perfect on all classes of soil and on .
both rough lemon and sour orange stock. You can produce good
crops and that will afford fruit for the proper season of ship- color in October and November on high land with Conner Prolific -
Grapefruit on lemon stock and on hammock lands and flat-
ment of the highest quality are produced in the Ocklawaha woods lands in all parts of the state you can produce a fruit that
has no equal in the world on sour orange tock. Recommended t
Nurseries. for sections, and endorsed by the Bureau of Pomology, and
guaranteed bjt us to be strictly Al in every particular.

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I OCKLAWAHA RIES by their system of A
qrx Y; h .. j'f y 1f :t6fA! Y Y4( '
propagation from absolutely all bearing trees and

the best selection of branches from those treesare -.. '. .. ,. -' ....
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producing orange and grapefruit trees that are worth more

money to the grower as a start for a money-making grove than ..:" :.... -o!' .

anything else possible for them to obtain in Florida.We I ( brt I
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claim,and can substantiate that no tree propa s'
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gated or budded from any other source is a first- !
class tree. In order to get the quality you must "

have the start from parentage that is unquestionedThis I t' t tq

the Ocklawaha Nurseries provide, and by that means offer
every opportunity for success to the planter of new groves. It '.
costs you, maybe, a hundred, or may a hundred and fifty dollars f %
more for a thousand trees grown in this way but in ten years " I t S Sr Sy
the saving effected will double this sum many times, and you can t tIS
well afford to spend this small difference in the cost of your .
trees than you can afford to lose the ultimate benefit that you rf:: It
had planned to gain from your grove. Buy: Ockla\vaha Nursery
Stock and know that your trees are right. Refuse to Accept any .
trees produced without a parentage, a pedigree a source and a ; ,
right to your every confidence, and that means that you will to
come to the Ocklawaha Nurseries where the very best serviceis
afforded you and after that you can cultivate your grove with CONNER PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT. 4 YEARS OLD, ON SOUR ORANGE STCCK
confidence in the outcome of your efforts.


O. W. CONNER, Proprietor, 'Box S; TANGERINE, FLA. :



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Extraordinary Sale of r I I I 1 1 11 Your choice of any

Ladies'' Trimmed Hats 6 - ffi Untrimmed shape in i

Your choice of any trim- the store value up to -1

med hat in the Store, 1
dl $8.50 for
values up to $30.00, for j j

$5.00 THE BIG STORE $2.98 J::.

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' oo Special offerings from the Shoe Department
on lines ofIen's Shoes we are closing

't out. We have your size .and styles in all

leathers.Men's .

Men's $6.00 Shoes _____$4.89
$4.50 Shoes ----------------$3.48Men's
\ $4.00 Shoes ________________$-?.98 Men's $5.00 Shoes ---------------$3."."9

/ We heartily recommend this style to Men's $3.50 Shoes ________________$2.79

1 1; men of fashion who desire to be dressed Ladies Shoes in New Up-to-Date Lasts, .
. f f1 with Kidney heels all sizes and widths, at
,1 in the height of fashion. Just one of our
the following low prices:
many styles. Let us show you. Cut $6.00 values at __________________$-1.89 E%

Prices on Suits and Overcoats. $5.00 values at __________________$3.98

$4.50 values at __________________$3.33
$4.00 values at __________________$3.17 I
$15.00 Suits and Overcoats at$10.75 $3.50 values at __________________$2.79 r

$18.00 Suits and Overcoats at$12.75 $3.00 values at __________________$2.29

1 i t 'r > $20.00 Suits and Overcoats at$14.75; Odd lot Misses and Children's Shoes; i ,
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$22.50 Suits and Overcoats at16.75 sizes Ill!& to 6, $2.50 values at1.9S Y
Special care given to fitting Children's EFRtto5to I' I
$25.00 Suits and Overcoats at$18.73
COPYRIGHT' 1914N feet. Bring or send them to us. We are
I Feet Fitters. II II


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. I

Haviland China Dinner Set, decorated, 100 pieces, Price. in all the wanted shades, $1.00 and $1.25quality
$35.00 quality for_________________________$25.98 $15.00 COAT SUITS in this sale at _____________$7.50 _-------_---.----------------------69c
$20.00 COAT SUITS in this sale at _____________$10.00 One lot Wool Dress Goods, in plain and fancy }
China Dinner Set of 100 beauti-
Haviland fully decorated with Mat Gold, pieces$85.00 set for$67.60 $35.00 COAT SUITS in this sale at-_____________$12.50 weaves, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 qualities. ________48c 1

$30.00 COAT SUITS in this sale at $15.00 Wool Challies, light and dark grounds,
Haviland China Dinner Set of 100 pieces, white Imported f
and gold bands, $90.00 set for ______________$9.00 LADIES' and CHILDRENS' : COATSat small neat designs, 50c and 60c. quality _______39c 1

Austrian China Dinner Set of 100 pieces, white Chiffon Taffeta Silk, as soft as satin, with a beau- j
and gold, perfect in shape, $55.00 set for$36.50 HALF PRICE tiful sheen, all shades, 36 inches wide, $1.50
quality ___________________________________98c
English China Dinner set of 100 pieces, light blue, $2.50 COATS in this sale at ____________________$1.25
white and gold, and and gold, $29.00 set Silk Crepe for Evening Dresses, a beautiful line, :;
green ____________________
' 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 1
China Dinner Set of 65 pieces, white and gold, __________________
$10.00 COATS in this sale at- $5.00 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 __________$3J>0 :
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BOYS HATS, Continued j

Second Floor, Juvenile Department ROOF GARDEN THEATRE $1.50 BOYS HATS _____98c 1
$3.50 BOYS SUITS AT ________________________$2.63 $2.00 BOYS HATS ____$1.48 '
$4.00 BOYS SUITS AT ________________________$3.00 $3.00 BOYS HATS ___$1.98
$4.50 BOYS SUITS AT ________________________$3.38 -
$5.00 BOYS SUITS AT ---------------_________$3.75 TO NIGHTRex I ILADIES'
$6.00 BOYS SUITS AT ________________________$4.50
$8.00 BOYS SUITS AT ________________________$6.00 SWEATERS
$8.50 BOYS SUITS AT _________$6.38 $2.50 and $2.75 SWEATERS AT ________________$1.98
$10.00 BOYS SUITS AT ______$7.50 Drama, Two Parts $3.00 SWEATERS AT _________________________$2.25
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$12.00 BOYS SUITS AT ______$9.00 $3.50 SWEATERS AT________________________$2.89
"HER ESCAPE.' $4.00 SWEATERS AT ________________________$3.19
BOYS HATS $5.00 SWEATERS AT ____..:__-_________________$3.98
$7.50 SWEATERS AT _________________________$5.48
50c. and 60c. BOYS HATS----------------_______39c LKo Comedy $8.50 SWEATERS AT ________________________$6.48
75c: BOYS HATS -____________________________-19c $15.00 SWEATERS AT ________________ $9.98
$1.00 BOYS HATS ______________________________69c "The Manicure Girl." $18.00 SWEATERS AT _________________-_-_-_-_-_-_-$11.50 J.

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Among those taking apartments at
Oak Lodge yesterday were Mr. and A
Mrs. M. I. Singenfelter, from Altoona, V
'a. The Oak Lodgees compose quitea
jolly party now.
a r
a i .C-Lryj Mr. George Doerner, of Baltimore 1 n
Md., the man who sells fifty-seven
ti- ,1 h
varieties of Heinz's pickles, was in

Orlando yesterday calling on the ..
trade. :'>":!::. : '. .

KEPT Mr. Wm. B. Lukens, of Philadelphia -

> Pa., is making a tour of the .
CHECKING ACCOUNTRUNAWAY South combining business with pleasure :: ..H ... :

and is stopping in Orlando for a . : : '.. ;:
few days, a guest at the San Juan. -. .. :.. .
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Mrs. J. F. Pearce, Miss Anna Win :. Your comfort and prosperity for .
Pearce, Mrs. S. A. Pearce, of Columbus J
Ga., are registered at the Empire
EXPENSESAt hotel, while looking over Orlando's I9J5(
lakes and surrounding orange groves. .
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one time or another all of us have had Mrs. Dodge Miss Maynard and : depends upon yourself and your
the unpleasant experience of having expenses Mr. W. H. Norris have arrived in Or- connections.A .
lando from Glens Falls, N. Y., and
exceed the speed limit-run away.
are pleasantly located at Mr. H. J.
And when run you've ,
expenses away
Robinson's 628 North Orange ave- savings or checking bank accountin
probably noticed that that they always run nue.
UP-never down.A this institution is a positive step

Checking Account at this bank and a Mr. C.: M. Lane, special pensioner forward. :
curb adjuster for Florida, Georgia, and Al- .. ..
check book in your pocket a sure on
abama, with headquarters in Jackson-
The stubs in check book flasha t Start
expense. now :
ville, after spending several days in
warning when over-spending starts. Be- this section, returned to the metropolis .--
gin your Account today and keep .expenses yesterday afternoon. .' ':.
normal. '.. ,...'

l Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hatt of Detroit -. ,... ... .', a
The State Bank of Orlando Mch., are among the visitors to Or- .
lando. They are greatly enjoying ;": ,,;- ...
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their initial visit to this section in the .
height of the winter season. They;

are pleasantly domiciled at the San ," . . .

a II Juan.Mr. C. F. Stevens, of La Glacia D t kt 0

Cuba, is visiting his sister-in-law,I ;
Mrs. Ethel Bell Stevens, West
Mr. S. L. on
Wolteing, of Prospect
LOCAL AND PERSONALMrs. o.1 Ohio, is in town, registered at the I Church street. Mr. Stevens has not I -
been in Orlando for two and is i . .. .,
Empire hotel, with a view of years ( : : :. : < : .
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G. A. Stivender, pecting in Orange county land pros-I surprised at hte rapid growth\ Orlando -
FUu, is stopping at the Empire while t!judging from the number of land' has made in so short a time. He I Iis. .
friends in Orlando.Mr. .touring Florida. _
.' visiting men with abundant acreage of the ---- -----
juicy orange and tempting grapefruit
A. E. Boyce one of Taft's pros- farms, he may have every prospect of Mr .and Mrs. C. G. McCorkle, of -
perous citizens, was among the busi- finding his heart's desire. Ocean City, N. J., who have been
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ness visitors in Orlando yesterday. spending several days in Orlando

Among the Floridians visiting or-I"I I I able sightseeing location and for looking a permanent for a winter desir-
Lithia Water
lando yesterday from Daytona, were home left yesterday for a trip down
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hudson.Mr. I the East Coast. They are in love
FOR SALE EellscFrom
with Orlando and after their southern
Gus S. Anderson, of Reading. tour will stop here for a longer visit
Pa., spent yesterday in Orlando, com- before reutrning home.
bining business with pleasure.Mrs. Springs to You

H. M. Fraser, who has been
2300 acres of unimx
visiting friends and relatives' in Mi-

ami for several days, returned home proved pine land, fine 5 cents at the fount, also sold in half
yesterday. truck and fruit land, big

Hon. L. C. Massey and Judge T. P. portion of it has clay I gallon and five gallon bottles.
Warlow are in Jacksonville this weekto and marl sutvsoil. Situ- I

attend a session of the Grand uate on County road

Lodge of Mafljns. I within seven miles of ._ --- .

Mr. M. Horlburt of Crown Point, Orlando.
I Ind, who is vsiting old friends at
S4.40 an acre will buy
Taft, was in Orlando yesterday tak-
ing in the sights. this tract and the propo.. McElroy Pharmacy

sition is a "cinch" as a The .
Mr. Samuel C. Clarke, of Atlantic
small investment. This
City, N. J., was among the arrivals
registering at the San Juan yester- price is for quick sale.If .

a,. you want this land SAN Special Agents

Herman G. Wenzel, of Jacksonville call on -
Florida passenger agent for the Clyde JUANDo
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Steamship company was a very pleas- --- -- --- -- - :
ant business caller in Orlando yester- =

day. S. G. Uolive & SonREAL ,

Mr. L. Waber and wife, of North
Manchester Ind, were among the arrivals FOREHANDED
ESTATENo. you realize the com- i
in Orlando yesterday. They

expect to spend some time in and 3 WEST' PINE STREET forts of steam heat, run-
around this section. While in the -----
l city they are making their headquarters - Second Floor ning hot and cold water I. +
f' at the San Juan. The individual who can make the most"j = f
and telephone in your
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room. You will find all of of the unexpected opportunity is not j \

t | Europe's Armies j these room conveniences in the San in every Juan. "lucky,"-he is "forehanded." Years ago .

he began to anticipate the opportunity, ..
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Add to this comfortable I .., H
i. recognize the convenience
parlors, halls and receptionroom or emergency. And when the day came Yi= o "
t of the
with night and day
he was ready. . __ .
i r service and you have all
; WRIST WATCHOfficers I C- A
i the up-to-date service that
The surest way to be continually readyto
you will get in the best

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

E : them. We have them in Gold, Irto

f Silver and Gold Filled---both for prepare through a Savings Account.In 'f

t : Ladies and Gentlemen. this institution your savings are ab-

T Prices Always the Lowest When solutely safe, and will earn 4 per cent. y ;

t; Quality is Considered.


\ T.H.EVANSJEWELER Or1allO n Bank & Trn t C lll an 1

Orlando's Conservative BankI" f

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