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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: January 21, 1915
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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YOIjjJME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1915. NUMBER 294.





f ZEPPELIN ATTACK ON LONDON FEARED ,I







BERLIN FIRST THE ATTACK DISPATCH BEGINNING- ONLY SAYS MISS ASST.POMEROY POSTMASTER IS NOWi' / SEC. OF WAR DOES "DACIA" CASE IS PINE CASTLE ROAD BED NOW j



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GERMANY Much Satisfaction PLEASED Over WITH Feat NEWS of WASHINGTON MCLEAN LAST ADVISES NIGHT P.OF M. NOT APPROVE SETTLED BEING PREP ARrD fOR BRICK 1 1I


APPOINTMENTMiss WAR DEPT. OBJECTS TO THAT IS AS FAR AS STATE = _
Aircraft in Daring Attack "
l PLANS FOR BRIDGE DEPT. IS CONCERNED STRETCH WILL SEQUESTER 1
Upon the British Pomeroy Well Fitted for PARIS SAYS TEUTONS HAD
OVER ST. JOHNS ABOUT IT MANY PRETTY i
Coast Duties of Office and Everybody '


Amsterdam Jan. 20.-A dispatch PleasedThe Seems to Be BUT WILL CONSIDER OTHER PLANS INVOLVES NEUTRALITY QUESTION MREGERMANS HOMESCOMMISSIONERSJCIED !


from Berlin says: "The Zeppelin raid.f WISELYBy J

the English towns caused the wildest good news was received in Or- Suggests Simple Hand Operated Bryan Implies That Vessel May GAIN A FRENCH
lando last night by Postmaster W. C.
delight and satisfaction throughout Draw Span SubstantialLift Sail at Own Risk Being TRENCH BUT RETIRE
McLean from Washington that Miss or Taking Up This ImportantLink
LOSING PRISONERSAt
The raid had been
Germany. Julia S. Pomeroy had been appointed or Swing Subject to Prize Benefits Will Be
planned for months past and only assistant postmaster by the depart-

awaited an opportunity for its accom- ment. Draw Court La Fontaine aux Charmes a Equally Divided in

plishment." The dispatch adds: "Thisis The selection is a good one and The following communication was Washington, Jan. 20.-The state de- Hand to Hand Struggle Orange CountyA

only the beginning." Up to noon win, no doubt give universal satis- received yesterday by James H. Bryceof partment officials today stated they Occurred and Germans
faction to the patrons of the Orlando force of men with a high power
Orlando from W. B. Ladue major Repulsed
of the had returned to
none airships office. had washed their hands of the steam-
corps of engineers of the war depart- gas engine propelling a breaking
their bases. London was the objective ,, Since the appointment of Mr. Mc ship Dacia case which involves the
official
Jan. 20.-Tonight's
ment with a branch office at Jack- Paris. plow are at work on the Pine Castle
point and it is the opinion that Lean as postmaster Miss Pomeroyhas sonville: question of whether or not an American -
communique says: road preparing the road bed for the
sooner or later Germans will make a proved herself a valuable assist- "Referring to the application of owned ship carrying American the gained a I j
ant. Prior to that time she had "Last night enemy bricking that is soon to follow. This
concerted attack upon that city. the Boards of County Commissionersof of cotton to a neutral port witha :
looked after of the details cargo footing in one of our trenches north
a great many Seminole and Volusia counties for prominent thoroughfare is to first
of the office. registry guarantee by this govern- of Notre Dame de Lorette. This touch of this modern of
Berlin Says "Home Again approval of plans by the War Depart- feel the way

Berlin by wireless to Cayville.L.I., :Miss Pomeroy is thoroughly familiar ment for the construction of a bridge ,ment can proceed to its destination morning they were driven from the road improvement and much of the

Jan. 20.-The following official state- 'I with the work and very accommo- across the St. Johns river about 11-2 without seizure and detention by Brit- summit following a counter attack land on both sides of the road be-

ment has been issued: dating and the Sentinel joins wit the miles above Lake Harney Fla., I ish warships.Some in hands than 100 tween Orlando and Pine Castle has
leaving our more
"In the night of the nineteenth and general public in extending congratu- have to advise you that the plans pre- days ago this government prisoners. been cut up intd five acre tracts and .

twentieth the German airships bom- lations. sented by the Boards of County Com- asked the British government as a "During the night of January 19 is being sold and built on by new

barded the fortified town of Yar-I ARRIVEi missioners of Seminole and Volusia special favor to allow the Dacia to and :20, in the region of Albert an comers, and it is only a question ofa

mouth and other places on the Eng- 54 PASSENGERS counties do not meet with the approval proceed from Port Arthur Texas to attack to the south of Theipval which few years until it will be one continuous -

lish coast. The attack was successfuland i Exactly fifty-four passengers dismounted of the Secretary of War and that Rotterdam. This request was made far wire entan- stretch of pretty homes from
as our
progressed as
considerable damage was done. j"| Coast last Line evening from train the Atlantic the War Department will favorably after the British formally notified the glements, was thrown back by three Orlando to the pretty village on. the

The airships were shelled but regained passenger ar- consider either plans providing for state department that she objected to successive attacks to Laboisselle banks of Lake Conway.
The
the home port unhurt." t I riving from Jacksonville. major- the construction of a simple hand- the registry of the Dacia even as the fate. i The County Commissioners never
where they met same
ity of them were bright eyed and draw afford clear American did wiser thing than in working out
operated span to a guaranteed by the depart- attack the a
by
"In the Argonnes an
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feel thai
tourists
faced to
Were! in Air 48 Hours 'happy glad width of opening of 30 feet using the ment of commerce. Germans La Fontaine aux the brick road system of Orange

London Jan. 20.-From a base pre- i;I balmy weather of the Southland and trestle already constructed with the Secretary Bryan said, in explaining Charmes was on repulsed after a handto { county. It not only has given the
Orlando welcomes '
sumably in Germany the Zeppelinsflew see the smiling sun. distinct understanding that the approval the attitude of this government to hand struggle." county a wide and favorable adver-
them.EXTRA .
over the North sea to the eastern I of such design shall be subject the Dacia, that "the state departmentwas tisement as one of the most progressive -
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coast of England, where for nearly I to the provision that the bridge shall I not a sponsor for the Dada," and counties of the state, but will

four hours they circled over several SESSION CONGRESS be promptly replaced on order of the i that "the department was not consulted HORSE H 0 E THIEF CAPTUREDOliver bring to the county a great many

English towns only a little more than Secretary of War with a more ade- ,' originally as to its purpose." .home builders and farmers who appreciate -

100 miles from London, apparently I quate structure when required; or, The plain implication from Secretary the value of good roads.It .

dropping bombs at will. I Will Not Be Able to Finish Business plans of an entirely new design show- Bryan's remarks was that the Da- Was Caught at Taft and ,, also shows a most unselfish wis-
Whether the airships were Zeppe- ing a substantial lift or swing drawof cia if she sailed should go at her dom on the part of the commissioners
Returned to Orlando Last
lins or aeroplanes has not yet definitely in Lower Branch not less than 40 feet clear widthof own risk, and of course, if taken in to take up this important link in the

been established. There is increasing I of Congress by opening which may be built at a hand by a British warship would be Night-Will Be Tried national highway between the SemiI -

belief in London today that I March 4 lower elevation than 16 feet above hauled to the first British port to TodayIra I nole and Osceola county lines as the

possibly only aeroplanes took part in low water." await the decision of the prize court. first sections to be built. These are

the attack. There has been no news I Washington Jan. 20.-The Democratic Oliver a negro stole a horse the avenues by which the outside-

to confirm the report that a Zeppelinhad leaders in the house of repre- from another member of his race at world comes to us, and from the coun-

been brought down on the Eng- sentatives will meet in caucus some I R-H BILL TO THE SENATE VETERAN EDITOR ARRIVES'Vill Jonestown colored suburb east of Orlando ty seat they radiate out to all parts;

lish coast; on the contrary it appearsall : time during the next two weeks to took the horse to Taft, and of the county so that benefits are-

the German raiders returned tried to dispose of the animal but thus evenly distributed.The .

whence they came. |ex-tra Following Passage of Appropri H. Craig of Noblesville was apprehended by Deputy Sheriff most wholesome sign of the

Most of the damage appears to !! cancies now existing on the ways and ation Bill by House Senate Ind., Here for Visit With Sphaler who notified Sheriff Gordon. times is that farmer and businessman

have been inflicted upon private means committee will be filled, so Will Give it Con- Daughter-Has Many Both Oliver and the horse were are acting in concert for the improvement -

houses and shops; few public build- ;there will be no hitch in getting to brought to Orlando last night and the of the facilities for mar-
siderationWashington Friends in OrlandoMr.
ings or docks seem to have been in- ; work if a special session which the. animal restored to its owner while keting our ever increasing crop I of

jured. The raiding airmen showed house leaders now fear imminent, Oliver languishes in jail and will be fruits and farm products. ... 'cOIL "
Jan. 20.-The rivers Will H. Craig, a prominent and .
excellent ability to pilot their vesselsas does materialize. This is the first indication given a hearing today. ...
I and harbors appropriation bill wentto successful business man of Nobles-
well as good marksmanship. leaders in the lower branchare COMPANIES SUSPEND WORK
the senate today following its pass- ville Ind., arrived in Orlando yester-
giving serious consideration to DUTCH PATROL BOAT STRUCKBY
age by the house by an overwhelming day afternoon for a visit to his daughter -
Seven Towns Visited the posibility of not being able to A MINE; FIVE MEN Washington Jan. 20.-Villa is mqv-
majority. It will now be referred by Mrs. W. C. Essington. He was
London Jan. 20.-The approximatetimes the bills and other PERISH north from
complete supply ing Queretaro accordingto
the senate to its commerce committeefor accompanied by Mr. J. A. Eller of
of the visit of hostile airshipsto March 4. state
pressing legislation by department dispatches today.
report. A lively contest is prom- the same city. Mr. Eller is also the
the several towns in Norfolk are The Hague Jan. 20.The Dutch Angeles holds Monterey and it is te-
ised when the bill is taken up for con- guest of Mr. and Mrs. Essington at
follows naval patrol boat Toitan while lieved that Villa An-
as : THE WEATHER soon as joins
sideration in the senate. their home on West street.
Yarmouth 8:20 a. m.; Cromer 8:30; searching for mines off Nieuw Sluis geles both will gather various north-
The bill passed the house by a vote Mr. Craig is a veteran editor of the
Eheringham 8:40; Hunstanton, 10; Florida: Fair Thursday and Friday struck a mine and sank. One officer ern factions with them and proceed
of 164 to 81. The house was in con- Hoosier State and in that section occupies -
Heacham, 10:30; Dersingham, 10:40, without decided temperature and four men perished. south to meet the Car nzistas.
tinuous session for more than 12 a position of respect and prom-
and King's Lynn 11. changes.
hours during which time practicallyall inence. As editor of the Noblesville

items in the bill were subjected to Ledger for many years his formidable Protect Birds And Animals t
Says
Living Persons Still Being Dug attacks. pen commanded respect and re-

Several minor items were eliminated sulted in many a political transformation. -

I GravesAvezzano from the bill, the only ones of Pres. Schumann Of S. P. C. 4 III
From Rocky
Quake's any importance aside from that which Mr. Craig stated that Indiana, Ken-

would have appropriated $150,000 for tucky and parts of Tennessee were -
-- the Tennessee river designed as the covered with snow and that it was "It is not generally known, said I trees. The birds that feed upon buss II

Italy, via Rome, Jan. 20. Second Quake beginning of a big proposition for cold in all localities north of the Ma- John F. Schumann yesterday "that a and worms are our friends and aqe I
-The sufferings of the surviving vic- I Mont Beliard, France via Paris :protected for that reason. I It
developing the Muscle Shoals water son and Dixon line. As Mr. Craig trifle over a year ago the national ,
tims in the earthquake districts '1 "Even the red headed woodpecker
Jan. 20.-A second earth shock occurred winterin ,
project, was an item which would has spent many an enjoyable law that makes it'
passed a
around Avezzano, particularly to the at 11 o'clock last night. It have provided $150,000 for the Ark- this delightful country and city he congress whose j scalp once demanded a bount,
southeast of that place, have been a crime to kill any migratory bird. :1:is now protected by law that he
mayhelp
that the inhabitantswere ansas river. has many friends who are glad to ex-
aggravated by a sudden change in the was so severe This means that it is unlawful to kill :: save our forests from destruc
As the bill went to the senate it tend a wholesouled greeting.
weather bitter cold and a heavy snow shaken out of their beds and carried appropriations of more than I any bird that migrates from one state I'i tion.'I|

fall having succeeded the brightnessand crockery was smashed. another and the man who kills or "It becomes
$34,000,000 for continuance of exist- ADDRESS BY LLOYD TENNY to ]I| my duty to report an* !
dryness of the previous days. with maims a robin or a blackbird or any "i'i person I find destroying birds pros !
ing waterway projects provisionfor
Snow began early Tuesday after- Page Reviews Scenes examinations and in vari- Lloyd Tenny, manager of the Flor- other bird that travels from one state I tected by federal law to the U. S! : i
surveys
non and penetrated into the hastily Rome Jan. 20.-Ambassador Page, I to another violates a federal statute I I marshaL I dislike to mare any 'I
Growers'
ous places. No provision is made for ida and Shippers' League .,
constructed wooden huts which shel- I I who has visited the earthquake district new projects.The will speak at the Tourist Headquarters and is answerable to the federal I I.trouble, but I am going to do my on1' !

ter a few of the many thousands of said he was struck by the desperate larger allotments of the appro- this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mr. courts. Strange to say that there is '.or resign the trust. | 1 !

homeless. Hundreds are compelled to j!I condition everywhere and the priation include $7,387,000 for the Tenny is an interesting speaker and no open season, either." i "There is ample authority for the" ,.

spend the night in the open air. The !.:appalling magnitude of the destruc- Florida Mr. Schumann is the newly elected :protection of the squirrel in Orlando,}
Mississippi river, $3,184,000 for the thoroughly posted on many
relief work appears to be well organ- tion. I' His ths afternoon president of the S. P. C. A. in Orlando. 'and I am going to see that they are
I Ohio, $1,250,000 for the Missouri and matters. subject
ized and abundant so that prac- I. protected place the responsibility\
more or
$1,385,000 for the Columbia in add iI I will be, "The Florida Growers' and
tically all the larger places that have Ortucchio Big Sufferer Extreme Illus- ""The law was not enacted from for their destruction where it belongs I
tion to $600,000 for the Columbia and Shippers' League-an ,
been devastated are receiving atten- Rome, Jan. 20.-Next to Avezzano, I lower Williamette. tration of Co-operation Among Farm- sentimental promptings but as a protective Seventy-one cities ranging in size!

tion. one of the places to suffer most from I ers." These talks are for anyone measure for field and forest. from the great city of New York to

Living persons are still being dug the earthquake was Ortucchio a few I' who wishes to attend and farmers, One of the most serious problems that small towns of 800 in Old Virginia

out of the ruins and scores of othersare miles from Giojade-Marsi where less I'I SPIRITED DEBATE PROMISED business men, ladies and gentlemenwill our government has to deal with is, protect their squirrels and this is no ,

enduring the horrors of a linger- than four hundred people were saved i The next meeting of the Men's all be welcome today. how to cope with the worms and bugs time for Orlando to take a back- ,-

ing death. out of a population of 2,500. In the I! Open Forum Club will be held on I that are so devastating to crops and
Many women were at mass in Gioja church which was a large edifice, !! Wednesday evening February 3, and .-O--=- ,"
there between 300 and 400 i the of the debate will be MASONIC GRAND LODGE
when the church collapsed, but only were pea i subject : HUNTING YESTERDAYA. BUILDING OPERATIONS

the priest escaped. Four women were pie when the earthquake came. The i:"Should the city care for the unemployed Jacksonville, Fla.. Jan. 20. The P. Curry and A. S. Kivett spent ,

dug out alive later. Five hundred priest and the entire congregationwere I i The affirmative will be second day's session of the Masonic hunting ducks and quail In all sections of Orlando building I
yesterday
soldiers arrived Sunday and areguarding imprisoned under the ruins, as i: taken by J. C. Patterson and the neg- Garnd Lodge opened this morning at along the Apoka canaL operations are noticeable. Many

the property in the ruins, the whole building suddenly collapsed. : ative will be taken by W. A. Dade. 11 o'clock. The principal business be- I houses are being remodelled and new \

'Which is more valuable than at otherplaces. Only four women have since been j I Everybody is cordially invited to at- fore the meeting was the reading of : Send a souvenir folder of Orlando residences are in process of construc

taken out alive. ,f f'L ,tend this the report on Masonic jurisprudence. I to your friends Curtis & ONeaL tion.r .
I ,
I meeting.'V '.

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1f f HOTELS 10,000 MEN TO TRIPOLI I I LaSalle IS ORDERED Street Institution DISSOLVED Which Was I JONESGOES JUST THE SAME i ii



l THE WINDERMERE City Is Again Being ConvertedInto Closed Last Spring Is Finally i ''i
Declared Worthless
a Stronghold-Ital I
1
F Choice Location All Modern Conveniences Suffers in Losing '

Fezzan Chicago, Jan, 19.-An order dissolving -I bus line which has I
Excellent Table Good Water Reasonable Rates .l'ly been serving:; you for fourteen
t the defunct LaSalle Street
; On Beautiful Lake Lucerne, Orlando Fla. Trust and Savings bank, of which months has not changed its schedule, but leaves* the
Rome.-As result of German
a
William Lorrimer was president and same time it always has. I !
e machinations in Italy's North African
Charles B. Mundy, vice-president was
Home Comforts Service Finest Rooms in City possessions, the Italians have been \
entered in the circuit court today ina TIME: TABLE
r forced to give up the conquests of the
.
suit filed last June by Charles
Sanitary Inspection Rated 100 interior abandon the of
occupation
t Moody state auditor, when the bank Bus Leaving Orlando in Front oi Evans, The Jeueler.
Fezzan, and center her troops along
,was closed. Lorimer and Munday
the sea coast, where the chief towns
.
; face indictments on a charge of hav-
THE NEW GRAND are being heavily fortified. Reinforcements I WEST BOUND 'EAST BOUD
ing wrongfully used the bank's funds. Read Down Read Up
of about thousandmen
ten
HENRY BARTLETT., Prop. I ,-- -- --
J have been sent hurriedly to Tripoli I ---- - -- .------ :
jA.M.: A.M.: P. M. A.M I'. :M. P. 1\t
although this' fact has not been } i

t European Plan 15 West Pine St.. made public here as yet. SPECIAL Orlando J 6:3010.15 3:00 9'; 1.30 6.00
The city of Tripoli is being converted -
Rooms with Bath Orlando Fla. into a stronghold again The t: O coee 7oOH.I5, 5 4:00: S.5C 12.30 5.00
Winter Garden 7:45 Ii:3C: 43C 5.112.1
trenches and field fortifications dat- 'THIS ; 4 45
ing from the time of the TurkoItalian -i\ : Oakland 8:00: ----!, 4:3c: S.ooi-- 430I
J TOURISTS ATTENTION! i'
war three years ago are being
WEEKRED
strengthened and rebuilt and barbed I
We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando
wire entanglements and earthworksare

Prepared by our New York Cook being added. SOUR CHERRIESHUCKLEBERRIES i The :b arlet: ;

Italy suffers blow to her ,
a severe
100 Rooms Bath, Steam Heat $1.00 prestige in the evacuation of Fezzan. I OF CLEANLINESS; : OF DUALITY

This is a country having an area of | PEACHES OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE

Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water 156,000 square miles bordering Trip- i PEARS FRESH AND SALT MEATS
oli on the south. Although it is most- j
Kept under the best sanitary conditions.Everything .
EMPIRE HOTEL ly desert there are numerous very RED RASPBERRIESIn
screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
fertile oases. Here wheat, mellons
glass quart jars. Closingout
figs, dates, turnips cotton, almonds, and pure.
54 Light Housekeeping Rooms and other crops are raised. Thereare all our quart sizes at cost We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have .

five grain crops every twelve price. I everything in the Meat Line.


ROSSMORE INNWindermere months. i FI. 1-I. Self S. Co.

WONDERFUL CHANGES IN !
ORLANDOMr. PHONE 1VO. 50WE PINE STREET

This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric CARUTHERS & GORE

tights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with and Mrs. Harrington Bailey, of j
Lath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish-
have returned to Orlando
Philadelphia -
ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. I and are registered at the Empire New Modern G Grocery NEVER TIREOf

hotel, after an absence of two years.
I
Speaking of the changes that have Phone 200 singing the praises of Crane's Linen Lawn Stationery. It isn't

taken place in the city during the the "just as good" the "good enough" or "very good" kind. It
THE
OSCEOLASTEAM
past two years, Mr. Bailey said: "The is absolutely the finest Stationery made in America, and America -

development and financing of the 6 and 8 East Pine St.EOEIEJON1S leads the world in this class of manufactured goods. We

HEAT THROUGHOUT city's growth must surely be in good have it in all the correct sizes, shapes and tints. Your social

hands. I notice everywhere signs of and business standing is judged largely by the kind of Stationery
Magnolia and Robinson Ave J. W. HURLEY Manager improvement. Take, for instance, the you use. Furthermore it is a real pleasure to write on the

corner of Orange and Central avenues ; CARRIAGE genuine Linen Lawn surface. You know this if you have triedit.

Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round where stood for years the old i If you have never tried it a new pleasure awaits you in your
tumbling down livery as a land mark' letter writing.
European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite and an eyesore as well. I find the f -AND-

old stable razed and on the ashes of BAGGAGE TRANSfER \Y. S. BRANCH,
its destruction erected one of the finest i

t department stores in Florida. : The Arcade Book and Music Store

Smooth brick pavement will soon be I L. T. HARRELL Prop.
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everywhere, coupled with the comple- I
Piano and Furniture
tion of the sewerage system, Orlando

t should be classed among the leading I Moving a Specialty I ,

cities of the state." Mr. and Mrs. E. Church SI. PHONE( 487 I '
i I
Bailey will be here for some time, as I i

they have many friends and acquaintances -

in and about Orlando. .
-For FineWATCH
THE ARCADE HOTELJ. :
AMERICA'S DEPENDENCE UPON CLOCK and

B. MAGRUDER.Jr., Prop. EUROPE FOR OPERA JEWELRY REPAIRING _.

TO SHARE IN PROFITS
'. BUYERS
; First Class Restaurant Livery and Autosin And opera singers is given a decided call on C. VATER whois PRICES ON FORD CARS
setback by the war. We have just as LOWER .
Building in Connections an at this trade
expert
good singers as Europe-and are fast Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
Orlando FIi. developing men to write operas for with many years experience 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduction

them to sing. during that time:
The Boston English Opera com- at_ Youngs Repair ShopOpp.
IF YOU WANT A LUNCH
pany, which comes to the Lucerne Post Office; Pine Street Touring Car $555.00Runabout
theatre in "11 Trovatore" Saturday
505.00 ..
worth the money come to Pope's Quick Lunch Counters. Our evening, January 23, is doing wonderFul .
F. O. B. Orl .*. AH un f.lly * I
food is not cooked in front of your eyes where you are annoyed things and showing the American \
public how foolish is the demand for win W able to bUin tile ..s!... .ffiri..W
with the odors and heat but in our sanitary kitchen. Try a cup I Briber. we and the mtuimmm c.et l. ..r
in languages can not un to .r 'ader7 p..d.cti.n. .. ... .
; opera you .. If w. r-.eh .t t .tJOI'O'
.a.p.rt..ata
and *
of' our Rowland Special Coffee French Dripped. The price is derstand. -4 p.rrh.oinc cars between the above dates.the .

only 5c. a cup. We offer you the best of service. Once this counrty gets entirelyover And rtwald we r* *fc tl". production w cart Te* to pay ao
b.7sr'.hare fr.. I4' to 11 per (.s or abortAKHtl.l
& Co.'s Lunch Counter the notion that a "made in Eu- $) t. e.err retail barer who p.reb. a new
Pope Quick rope" label is necessary, it will get Farfl ear between Aacast I, U14 and A....t 1, ISIS. .

Church Street. Open from 5 a.m. to midnight better opera, more enjoyable opera- DR. L. H. RAMSDELu I F.r farther parOtBlar. ref irdin* tkea' low peters and pes \-
plan an
and at prices. sharing
opera sane
Let us lay aside our prejudice once OPTOMETRIST I F. G. RUSH e
(Succe *or tu Dr. C. P. Li L- I
... . . ... ... . . . . . . . .. . . . .-M-. . ... and for all and be true Americans in ORLANDO. - FLORIDAWE Phone 226
music and art, as we are in com- I
FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSES
merce. 4I
AND 00 ALL KINDS OF I
REAL ESTATE OTICAL REPAIRING I\
MACON: MAN\ : PRESIDENT


Editor Anderson of Macon\ Telegraph



We buy d sell all classes-and kinds of Real Estate.If Chattanooga Heads Publishers Southern, Tenn.Association,Newspaper Jan. 19.-The TlieFIoi'ida a Real E E1ate & 1llVetMellt t La.


you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call executive committee of the Southern I

Newspaper Publishers' Association,
and talk your wishes over with us. in session here today, elected '\". I Capital $50,000. Fully Paid Up. .

-. The manager of this firm has had years of exper- : Anderson, of the :Macon T.I

: president, to succeed F. W. R. Incorporated] In Florida; Therefore: Under State Control
ience dealing in Florida investments having sold over a man, of Jacksonville, who was
: on board a ship several months I
ago. I
million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last R. S. Jones, of the Asheville! Citi- I A LL propositions offered by this Corporation are exclusivelylisted

: zen, was elected vicepresident.MUST 2-L the time also be
two years. with us, at same can bought throughthe

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

kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all Miami, Fla., Jan. 18.-Contract I I protection for the seller as well for the buyer. With our Bank
holders of the Florida
Fruit Lands ,
bargains in Real Estate and we want customers for Real company must pay up the amounts i Guarantee furnished to the purchaser, if requested. Having confidence -

Estate Bargains. due on their contracts by April 1 or 'i to all our offerings, we advance 75 per cent of the pur-
lost title to their land, according to a
I I ruling made by the Kansas City circuit -: chase price at six per cent. interest, even on unimproved land. We

I court on December 22, and the I hold today over one million dollars of}properties in city lots, city

trustees elected by these contract and country homes, orange groves and uncultivated lands. Our

: WARING' REAL ESTATE COMPANYR. I!i holders them to have do so.issued a letter urging books open to all investors, if such inducements will appeal to you

I The trustees, who brought suit -take the trouble to climb up one High of stairs over the Peoples
against the Florida Fruit Lands: company II
National Bank, and consult.
WARING seeking to compel it to deliver
Manager I I
drpined land, failed to appeal their
f HENRY BENEDICT President
c-!=e following a decision in favor of ,
Rooms and Watkins Block Phone No. 63111.15tf
I'the company, and the ruling of the

court followed, enjoining the company I Office over Peoples National Bank. Phone 570r".4.

from de.rintr a forfeiture for a pe-
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want every man and woman M. E. CHURCH APPOINTEES I'KINGS ARE FIGURE HEADS!5 MONTHS' DEVElOPMENT

in Orlando to see Colonial Hills I I, -- THE OLD RELIABLE kDANN'S

and Colonial Park. Recent Meeting at Tarpon Rulers of Denmark, Sweden and ,During War to Date Aeroplane ,

I Springs Resulted in Sev- Norway Bring About an I Has Become Dangerous
It makes no difference whether -I of ModernWarfare TRANSFERDr.
eral Changes of j! Alliance of the I Weapon

you are interested in buying I, Note i North I

lots or not, all you have to do to B. D. WIENENGA, Prop.

see flffese beautiful subdivisionsis i The Methodist conference held at London, Jan. 19.-Denmark, Sweden Paris, Jan. 19.-Five months of ,
Tarpon Springs last week resulted in and Norway are now presenting warfare have developed the aeroplane :
to write, phone or call at CarlDann's j Livery Draying and HaulingWE
the following appointments: I a front to both sides of the sanguinary as a weapon to an astonishing degree. I ,
office.I Jacksonville District-R. A. Car- European war. The Scandinavians You will remember perhaps that Sir

want every person in Orlando -. nine, superintendent. Belleview and f->ar Russia and Germany about John French in one of his reports said i j

to see what can be accomplished -I i i Candler, McDonald; Davenport, A. C. equally and are resolved to be over- almost every day new methods are GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
Crozier; Daytona, J. H. Elder; Daytona run by neither. So they are copyingthe discovered for using the army flying t
in thirty days. Colonial II
I( Beach, John Treadwell; DeLand, American mottoes that "union is corps. .
Hills are really hills. There are II. H. Bowen; Eustis, W. S. Gray; strength," and "let us all hang to- The fighters are running greater

five homes under construction, I Hastings, D. S. Scading; Hastings gether or we will all hang separate- : risks in the winter than they were i AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
Circuit F. L. Brown Fairfield, Jack- in the early months of the war. The I I
and several more under contract ; ly"While I
be built. Colonial Hills has sonville, J. II. Prickard, supply; New it has not been said openly, clouds hang low and to get useful in- *
to
for
Country Driving Eight or Ten Solicited
I I Springfield, Jacksonville, J. S. Grahl; the Russians and Germans both un- .formation the air scouts must come j
water, gas and lights. We are Perry Avenue and Atlantic Beach, M. derstand that to attack one of the well within range of the rifles, ma- I

building sidewalks, and grad''D. Fuller, supply; Snyder Memorial, three Scandinavian countries meansto chine guns and especially anti-air-I j, HORSES FOR SALE *

ing streets. J. H. Martin; South Jacksonville, J. have them all as enemies. craft weapons which have been
R. Wenrich; Lake Como Circuit, W. King Christian and King Ilaaken 'bruoght nto play. I 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
Lots in Colonial Hills sell from
I''I T. Evans; Lawtey, Olin Boggess; are brothers. Their mother was first I I At the same time these anti-aircraft j
. $350.00 to $650.00. Lots in Colonial -II Minneola, to be supplied; Mount Dora, cousin to the king of Sweden. The !, guns are more dangerous than they Ii |

Park sell from $175.00 to i S. E. Lawhon; New Smyrna and Cor- king of Sweden, as monarch of the i, were last August because the artillerists -'

$350, terms to suit everybody. I II onado, T. B. Lawrence; Okahumpka largest and wealthiest of the three I have had five months of practice. i, -- ---------

I and Fruitland Park, C. W. Lane; Orange nations, would naturally take the | The German gunners now obtain their 'i a

!I City, J. Z. Barrett; Sebring, L. leadership, but he is somewhat under j vertical, range by bursting trial shells I

i III. Shumake; St. Augustine, D. H. suspicion, because he is married to |just below ac loud. When the aviator I|' Am Leaving FloridaAnd

Rutter; St. Cloud, G. H. Northrop; St. Kaiser Wilhelm's cousin and is an intimate i I j pops his head out of the cloud to I
CARL DANN I Petersburg, S. A. Keen; Taft, R. J. friend of the German emperor.As I I take a look at the enemy's disposi'I''I :nillSpecially Price m't".o Properties in Winter ParkA

I Brewer; Tampa, to be supplied; Tarpon a matter of fact, the three kingsare tions the Germans have
Springs, Joseph Antle; Winter figure heads. The three demo- all correctly timed so as to burst atl good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800
I I full bearing Orange, Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two
the right altitude. ;
Park, W. L. Barsee; Zephyrhills, F. cratic governments arranged the con- blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addi-
. IN. Saphan. ference at Malmoe where the new i tion to making a home this property will make a yearly return on
i i Miami District-L. S. Rader, super- alliance was brought about. 1000 BURIED IN: CATHEDRAL I the investment of from 10 to 25; per cent, according to crop and
SOMETHING NICE RUINS market conditions price $8,500.00; also
I intendent. Allapattah, C. J. Ericson, .
I
--- My Residence Property in Winter Park 12-room, New Modern
Cocoanut Grove, to be I
: suplpy; supplied ST. PETE POSTOFFICE Lake 20 of
dwelling with every city convenience. front acres
Avezzano, via Rome, Jan. 19.- I
j ; Davie, O. T. Usleman, supply; I land highly improved, 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigated
Two Beautiful Buil ing lots ,Eau Gallie, A. D. Buck, supply; Fells- Bill Offered Representatives Grave news reached here from the I garden. Property is close in, well located, close to the new
Lauderdale by town of Ortucchio, southeast of Avez Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough for
On South Avenue mere, to be supplied; Fort I
Orange Sparkman and Clark Is Removed I zano, where the earthquake victimsare the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16-
near Lake Lucerne, splen- [ O. T. Usleman; Florida City, C. From Calendar number than 500, and will give possession in 30 days.
did view of the lake I;G. Nelson; Homestead, J. B. Crippen; reported to more II See owner only. Write or phone me for a date and I will send
only 2,000. The yAw shrdetaoinu i car to place in Orange County to show these properties.'
my
j Redlands, J. B. Crippen, supply; Hy- Washington, Jan. any you
22 blocks from business 19.Representatives 2000. A thousand of the dead it is
i I poluxo, M. Stahl, supply; Indian River Clark and Sparkman failed today I RTX F. I EEZ li:L !
center, nice big shade trees ; City, to be supplied; Lake Worth, to unanimous consent for the stated, are buried under ruins of the I
get
shrubbery, &c., adjourning !M. Stahl; Larkin, E. J. Ericson; Mel- passage of a bill to increase the limit I cathedral. The entire population of ;,' BOX 35: WINTER PARK, FLORIDA r

lot to one ol the best res& :' bourne, David Peels, supply; Miami, of cost of the postoffice building and Ortucchio numbered about 2,500. The Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places.:
village of Almort was reported to i iI J
dences in city.-For sale by I P. S. Merrill. site at St. Petersburg, Fla. I I have been completely destroyed. --of ,

WALTER I The bill is thus removed from the I t
I W. ROSE SWAPPIN DRINKS IS SAFE I -- 3
calendar for this session. '
aa
REAL ESTATE ,, ORLANDO NOT IN IT WITH : .

Rooms I 3 Watkins Block ;t Mobile, Ala., Jan. -The lendingof I'I PITTSBURG WEATHER j WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPER rI j
FEAR TO ENTER HOMES Mr. M. C. Harrison, of Pittsburg, I
Phone 55 whiskey by a man to a friend upon
I Pa., has bene stopping in Orlando Ever hear this before? Let the Delicatessen Man do it. j
the understanding that a like amount I
Cosenza, Calabria, Jan. 19.-The i! since November. He made a flying Something new Something New A i
ing quantity is to be returned is not Try it. Ask Abou it.
i offense in :entire population of Cosenza as well I trip to Pittsburg on business, and returned for the table. For for two for j
i an a prohibition state, says I' Complete Lunch put up ready one, ; j
OSTEOPATHDR. i the supreme court of Mississippi. I Ias the inhabitants of Paola, Amatea, i on the A. C. L. last night. I three or more
The opinion was written by Justice!I Castrovillari and Rossano left their Mr. Harrison said: "The people who I Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand 4

JOSEPHINE HARPER I Richard Reed. The evidence was thata ''houses when the earth shock oc- I are complaining about the cold wave COLD MEATS BAKED POTATO BEANS SALADJ. CHEESE OLIVES t

defendant refused to sell whiskey, I curred. Fortunately there were no in Drlando should take a trip to Pitts-
Office I i
corner Orange Avenue
Church St., Davis & McNeil and but lent about half a pint which he ,victims in these towns. The people, ,'burg, with its blanket of snow and ice R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'S
Bldg., however, can, not be induced to returnto o everywhere. They would refrain from "
Phone 419. had left over from Christmas, with Phone 26 BakeryIJIJIIMMMlttllMMIMMIIIIIIItillllllH j
'the understanding that at ike amount their dwellings as they fear a repetition finding fault with Orlando's occasional -

Get the news in the Sentinel first. would be returned to him. of the shocks. cool wave." y i

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Boardrr1an's "QUITTING SALE"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.



WINTER COATS AND S'VEATERSMEN'S BELTS AND SUSPENDERS"OOL BLANKETS-

Misses Winter Coats, _____JUST HALF PRICE 50c. kind! for _____________________________40c $5.50 kind for -----_.____________________$3.50

Misses Winter Coats _____JUST HALF PRICE 35c. kind for _____________________________25c 1

Misses Sweaters ----_______JUST HALF PRICEMEN'S 25c kind for __________________________20c COTTON BLANKETS- 1
kind for
$2.75 ___$2.00
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INFANTS RUBENS $2.50 kind! for $1.85
COLLARS- --------------------------

Any at _________________________________20c $1.50 kind for ---------------___________$1.10 .
15c. kind ______________lOc kind for 1
------------------ $125.00 __________95c
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By the dozen or balance of box ______________9c LADIES HANDKERCHIEFSLADIES ;

35c. kind! for __________________________.25c LADIES FLANNELETTE GOWNS .

LONG SILK GLOVES- 25c. kind for __________________________20c $1.00 kind for --....-----------------_______80c

$1.00 for _______80c 75c. kind'for! ___55c
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LADIES VESTS-
60c. kind for ___45C
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LADIES SHORT SILK GLOVES- 50c. kind! for -----------------------------40c 50c. kind for _______________40c .. j
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-- 35c. kind for _____________________________25c25c.
kind for _____________________________ .40c
50c kind for __________________________20c MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, Same Reductions.

LADIES OR GENTLEMEN'S UlIBRELLASLADIES COR ETS. MEN'S ECLIPSE SHIRTS-

$3.00 kind for _____"."____"""_"_"$_9.00
$3.00 kind for $2.00 $1.50 kind for $1.15
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$ 00 kind for $1.50 :I
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? kind for 80cMEN'S
$ 50 kind for .00 $1.00
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kind for $100' t
$1.50 --------------------------
kind for __________________________$1.50
$2.00 $1.00 kind for ____________________________80c WORK SHIRTS- I
$1.50 kind for ___$1.15 oj
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$1.25 kind for _____$1.00 COAT SUITS AND HATS- 50c. kind for ________________________40c l
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$1.00 kind for ___________________________80cMEN'S Many kinds of Heavy Winter Goods and Hats willbe MEN'S HEAVY UNDERWEAR
sold at price reasonable offer will be
any no 50c. kind for ______________________40c J
WOOL FLANNEL SHIRTS- refused. 1

$2.00 kind for ___________________________$1.50 FRUIT OF THE LOOM MEN'S UNION SUITS-
12V c. kind for ___-:________ :__;-___________09c $1.00 kind for -__________________75c j
BOYS BLOUSES AND SHIRTS- -Special Nainsook finish, I2 &c. kind for _____09c -

Hope Muslin, lOc. kind for ________________08c SILK HOSE-
50c. kind for _____________________________40c Ginghams, lOc kind for ___________________08c $1.00 kind for ______________________________75c ;

35c. kind for _____________________________25c Ginghams, 12V c. kind for _________________lOc 50c. kind for _____________________________40c
25c. kind for _____________ ______________20c. Percales, 12Vfcc. kind for lOc 35c. kind for _________________*___________25c J
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Sale began Monday morning, January 11th at 7 o'clockAnd J


uill continue as I long as there is anything lelt.



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DAILY PRACTICAL CITY PROMOTIONThe SIDELIGHTS lr
Here is and I
a Bargain
question is often asked, what
South Florida SentinelMORNING
practical things can be done to advertise -
(By W. S. Branch(
AND WEEKLYW. our city? r Should be Snapped

M. GLENN .................Editor In .
W. C. ESSINGTONM _.__..BusintM Manager some places the citizens wear Remarks by Dr. Hillis
-- "booster buttons" when
-except theygo by Speculators.
up
Entered at the pwtoffice at Orlando. Florida out of town where the advertising It is told of a young schoolmasterwho
a* Second Class Mail Matter.
had 1f
more knowledge of the mere
do
might some good. .
SUBSCRIPTION RATES form of large words than he had of ,
DaD 1 Year ....................... 15.00 Some cities and towns take write- .
Daily. 0 Months ...................... .50 ups in trade papers. If these periodicals their proper use, that he once attempted
...............
i Daily S Month ....... 1.6 to stop the whispering dur-
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .60 have a real circulation, this ..11
weekly 1 Year ............ ........ SLOOi should have value. Frequently the ing study hours by announcing: Forty-five acres in the Lake
:: -
"There is of
.i ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN circulation is confined to people who a plethora garrulousnessin
this that Conway District where like
ADVANCETO buy the writeups.In room must cease. There

ADVERTISERS: some cities business men print seems to have been a plethora of gar- property is selling from $100to
rulousness because Dr. Newell
cuts of local scenes on their corre- Dwight OUR
Copy for display and aH other band-set
,. drcrtidn ...t be nandM in at the badness spondence envelopes. But you can't Hillis pastor of Plymouth church, $125 per acre This tractis _
Sentinel not later than 3 ..
office .f the p. his
Brooklyn spoke opinion about the
r. tile day before pal li atio.. This rule applies make a town seem attractive merely surrounded by fine
to chaarea for contract advertising: it UInvariable I Kaiser's part in the origin of the Eu- young
of the brick
walls of
and. will be strictly adhered to.SubieHben by> a photograph
f some factory. You need to show ropean war. Whether Dr. Hillis had groves. Is heavily timberedand

} deairinr The Sentinel discontinued the right to express himself or not,
pleasant streets attractive
buildings, is rich soil. Owneris
: should notify the office in writing on all the German Americans in Greater very
; the date of expiration otherwise it will be trees and other foliage, to give some
; continued at the regular subscription rates New York have assumed the right to a non-resident and has in-
impression of taste and civic self re "
t until notice to stop If received.
Telephone N..k>> r ...................... >4 spect. express themselves about Dr. Hillis.
structed to sell this
His many friends and admirers are us property
r Statements of a city's advantagesare
THURSDAY JANUARY 21, 1915.r him with .
vehemence.War REMNANTSALE
r ---- -- -- often circulated on letter heads defending equal at only sixty dollars per

and envelopes. These are so detailed I --0-
There are lots of big boys and small acre.
r r men in the world. that few people read them. Still they Works Hardships

1 help the citizens of a town to respect .
1a o Col. II. H. Rogers is erecting a cot

1E E t We shall hear "February" again their own achievements. tage at Southampton, Long Island.It .

before you know it. :Many towns display a town sloganat is a small affair with a frontage of Cooper Atha
I
t 0 the railroad station. 187 feet on the beach and will cost

i Art is long, but spot cash is what These mottoes are often boastful when completed only two hundred 114 South Orange Ave.. Ground Floor

i the artist longs for. and impossible. If they concentratein thousand dollars. 'Hank" must be

I 0 a phrase some real service the hard up on account of the war. Phone No. 311

Once in a while an earthquakecomes town is rendering the idea is excel- New York City Schools

along and makes Rome howl.o lent. Many of the schools in New York TO ADVERTISE FAIR

Campaigns for new industries are city teach domestic science and cook-

An old bachelor says that women common. These are hopeful where ing and conduct a kitchen in the With posters and advertising mat I

are given to small talk in large quan- the citizens are willing to devote time building. The school board has ar- ter of all kinds and description Geo. e

tities. and money to the effort. ranged to serve lunches at one cent Barker departed yesterday for Kis-

o All these ideas are good if well han- each to pupils of such schools, the simmee and other points in Osceola

What has become of the old fash- dled. But the most effective methodis lunches fo be prepared by the pupilsof county advertise: the midwinter IS

ioned woman who used to wear a the cultivation of town spirit. the cooking department. The fair.

shawl? Some places are full of people who lunch consists of soup, bread and

o always disparage their home place. stewed fruit, the variety of soup and GAME CANCELLEDThe

The man who has a bee in his bon They think this shows that they are fruit changing each day. Pupils who

net has no right to object if his wife persons of fine discrimination. This are found to be absolutely unable to basket ball game set for Fri-

has a bird in hers.A attitude repels would-be residents, pay even the one cent are providedfree day evening at the Armory betweenthe

o and discourages home enterprise.In of charge and the fact of their Cathedral school and Stetson has

woman's idea of keeping her other cities the citizens take all non-payment is not revealed to the been postponed. The date will be an- TodayEvery

house in order is to move the furniture possible occasions to speak well of balance of the pupils. nounced later.

around and around. their own community. They com- "

.- mend its schools, churches, social life,
0 LETTERS TO TilE
EDITOR AUDITING CITY BOOKS
All things may come to those who and business push. They send away I

wait but hair will not baldheads programs of entertainments picturesof
grow on Editor Sentinel-The Orlando So- J. D. Mitchill, expert accountant,
of those who attractive scenes, newspapers con-
wear wigs.If taining reports of notable events. ciety for the Prevention of Cruelty to is now engaged in auditing the city

o Where i Animals has placed a framed petitionof books. From Orlando he will go to
a town has that spirit it be-
a girl could only marry the best the horse in the postoffice in the Miami to audit the city books there.
man at her wedding, there might be comes widely known. It can't help
offices
of the livery stables, and in

fewer applications for divorce. of growing-and a city.WHEN ;. Orlando is that kind other public places of the town. By TO PURCHASE SPRING MILLINERY Remnant in the

e this sign we know the society is alive

The average society man likes to o and active. A humane society is a
work if married-his wife's relatives THE WAR IS OVERIn Store
Salemanyat
good advertisement for the city, townor Mrs. Soper departed yesterday for goes on
including the "Old Man," too. Europe when the war is done-
country; it speaks well for the Jacksonville and Atlanta to procurea
may that day soon be greetedwhensome
o
heart and intelligence of the people. full line of spring millinery.
Our idea of a hypocrite is a man their victory have won and some
By being kind and teaching kindnesswe
who says he is glad he's bald or a woman have been defeated, 'twill be a coun- benefit humanity far more than '

who says she wishes she had red try of the old, the halt, the maimed, the animal. Cruelty develops and 1 .
hair. the dying. In unmarked couches, VENEER CORES ;
strengthens the evil, kindness the ten
'neath the mould, the men will
o young der and noble side of one's character.' 3
A fashion note says the overcoats be lying. Afar the youthful hosts Eighty per cent of the brutal crim- $1.25Per

are being cut longer this year and are flung like grain that waits the inal class in our jails and prisonswere Strand

it will also take longer to pay for reaping; for war takes harvest of the cruel from childhood. Dr. Harris Up

them. young and leaves the old men weep- many years our national commissioner FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND and less than
ing. In Europe, when the war is OAK WOOD
o
of schools, said to a large bodyof ..
Two young ladies in Orlando who done, and rust dims sword and sabre,
I teachers: "It is less expensive for Orlando Wood YardB.
turned |in barren fields, from sun to the .
over a new leaf January 1, I sun, our nation to educate the children in
1915 not to flirt any more, appear to men and dames will labor. The patriarch humanity than to them W. Kin sley. Proprietor
support as PriceSilks
have. lost the leaf. I must guide the plow in fields criminals later in life." PINE STREET Telephone AND 344 R. R

0 yet red from slaughter, while hitched BELLE C. HAUSELT 9-30 .
like horses the frau the
are
grandma
Parents who expect a boy to go up- Vice-President Orlando' S. P. C. A.
and the daughter. Perhaps -
stairs and change his wet shoes and some
cripple from the wars may help to do
stockings never seem to realize how Dress Goods
the seeding while groaning o'er his
valuable a boy's time really is. ,
varied scars and old wounds freshly
o
bleeding. Some veteran on wooden
Orlando is going to improve her Embroideries
legs, whose strength is swiftly dwindling Laces .
:Motor driven ,
fire-fighting equipment. .
may milk the cow and fetch the
aparatus will displace some of the
and
eggs split the daily kindling. But
less modern appliances and Orlando everywhere the weak and old must do Ginghams Linens
people will have less fear of a serious the ,
heavy toiling, must strive the
fire. Florida's cities are quickly tak- farm TRADE OR SELL
to work and hold and keep the
ing up the idea of "safety first" and Woolens Curtain
pot a-boiling. Old men and dames,
providing against the possibility of
a ,
the harvest waves! Go forth and do

big fire.-Times-Union. the reaping, for in the red and shallow -

e. graves your strong young men Goods Wash Goods
POULTRYThe ,
are sleeping.-Walt Whitman.
Florida branch of the American
C1 Forty acres of high Pine Land covered with heavy '
Poultry Association will hold its PAVING PROGRESSIXGThe Etc. Etc. Etc.
annual session at Orlando February growth of virgin timber enclosed with new hog proof .

9 and 10, during the Subtropical Mid-
winter Fair, and indications are that work of paving West Central fence. Very comfortable dwelling in first-class condition,
avenue has bone greatly interfered --
I
there will be a large attendance.
very with by the heavy rains of the past and excellent barn. Good water. Located at Fort Christ
Poultry will be given considerable
I
few weeks. As soon as conditions
prominence in the fair and the mem- will' permit the work of laying brick mas. Owner purchased this place and fixed it up for I Every End at..lx
bers of the association will be especially Price
will be commenced in earnest and it
interested in seeing what has hunting lodge, and now wishes to sell it for cash or will 2
is the hope of Commissioner Johnson and Less than. .
J been done in the state. Among the ..
events scheduled for the meeting of that the pavement will be completedand trade for other property. No objection to putting in additional !
opened for traffic in time for the
the poultry association is a banquetat midwinter fair. Four blocks remainto money, if your property has the value. This is
i
the San Juan hotel, at which men
be finished. From Parramore
prominent in the business will be an opportunity for somebody. i r .
present.-Times-Union.o traffic.street west the pavement is open to


THE TALKATIVE HUSBAND
RECENTLY PURCHASEDC. I ,.
The Petit Parisien has a curious and

rather amusing instance of the discretion -! I tj
A. has
Hovey recently purchased -
of the military authorities at

the present moment. A young Paris- Lucerne the Circle Parry and lots DeLaney at the corner street of, S. Y. WAY .
ian received
woman at her house a
letter, on the envelope of which she -ird the corner at Lucerne Circle and j DICKSON YES CO.

recognized the handwriting of her Elliott! street. Both are handsome
oropcrties and are beautiful sites for
husband now serving at the front residences. Insurance and Real Estate Agent

She eagerly tore open the envelope

only to find that it was empty but in .DEPARTMENT P STORE

the corner of the envelope, in a hand BOY SCOUTSThe PHONE 172 ..
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quite unfamiliar to her was written

the laconic message "Madame, your Boy Scouts of troop No. 4 are : ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

husband is quite well but he is too hereby notified that on Friday after- : The Store of true service, of never-failing courtesy -

communicative." The young wife understood oon at 2:30 a meeting will be held t of fair dealing, of trust-worthy merchandise -

that her husband's letter for the purpose of organizing a base- i :: alright" prices *

must have been intercepted by the "' '1I team, after which will be signal I ORLANDO FLORIDA

military authorities.-Daily Beacon. drill. Members of troop No. 4 are I .

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THE DAILY PRACTICAL CITY PROMOTION SIDELIGHTS I>Here is and(
a Bargain
The question is often asked what I
South Florida Sentinel
i practical things can be done to ad- ,. (By W. S. Branch(
a MORNING AND WEEKLY vertise our city I i Should be Snappedup
I W. M. CLENN ........ .............E4i.... .
... .. .. In some places the citizens wear
.e W. C. ESSINGTON .B. a. Man cr Remarks by Dr. Hillis
-- --- "booster
when
buttons"-except theygo Specula-
!f. Entered at the poctoffiee at Orlando Florida It is told of a young schoolmasterwho by _
out of town where the advertising
Mail Matter.s
Claw
; a* Second
had more knowledge of the mere
might do some good.
s SUBSCRIPTION RATES form of large words than he had of tors.Fortyfive .
DaD 1 Year ............. .. $5.00 Some cities and towns take write-
Month: ... .. 2.60Daily. their proper use, that he once at-
Daily. in trade If these
; idontha: :::::::::::::::::::::: 1.25 ups papers. period- tempted to stop the whispering dur- _
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .60 icals have a real circulation this w,f
Weekly. 1 Tear ...................... 'LOOl should have value. Frequently the ing study hours by announcing: acres in the Lake
l circulation is confined to who "There is a plethora of garrulousnessin
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN people :
this that must Conway District where like
ADVANCETO room cease. There
.
the
t buy writeups.In
ADVERTISERS: some cities business men print seems to have been a plethora of gar- property is selling from $100
rulousness because Dr. Newell
Cpy for display and an ether hand-act cuts of local scenes on their corre- Dwight OUR
; adverurfnff ...t be hande in at the basinet spondence envelopes. But can't Ilillis, pastor of Plymouth church to 125 per acre. This tractis
you
office .f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. .. his
!
Brooklyn spoke opinion about the
the day before publication. Thin rm\9 applimto make a town seem attractive merely surrounded by fine
; chanft-ei for contract advtrtiiinc. : it U .by a photograph of the brick walls of Kaiser's part in the origin of the Eu- young II
Invariable and will he atrictly adhered to.
f some factory. You need to show ropean war. Whether Dr. Hillis had groves. Is heavily timberedand I

Subscriber* deslrinc The Sentinel discontinued the right to express himself or not
pleasant streets attractive buildings
is rich soil. Owneris
sbooM notify the office in writing on all the German Americans in Greater very
f the date of expiration otherwise it will he trees and other foliage to give some
; the subscription rates, New York have assumed the non-resident and
continued at retralar right to a has in
impression of taste and civic self
i ntil notice to stop i> received.Trkphone re
I Numb r ...................... 24 spect. express themselves about Dr. Ilillis.
structed to sell this
us
His many friends and admirers are prop-

f t THURSDAY JANUARY---- --21-, -1913.-- Statements often circulated of a city's on letter advantagesare heads defending him with equal vehemence. erty at only sixty dollars per REMNANT

f There are lots of big boys and small and envelopes. These are so detailed - acre. ,

i men in the world. that few people read them. Still they War Works HardshipsCoL

t o help the citizens of a town to respect II. H. Rogers is erecting a cot- .

We shall hear "February" again their own achievements. tage at Southampton Long Island.It .

f before you know it.o Many towns display a town sloganat is a small affair with a frontage of Cooper Atha

the railroad station. 187 feet on the beach and will cost

r Art is long but spot cash is what These mottoes are often boastful when completed only two hundred 114 South Orange ATC. Ground Floor
! the artist longs for. and impossible. If they concentratein thousand dollars. 'Hank" must be
a phrase some real service the Phone No. 311
hard account of the
o up on war.
I town is rendering the idea is excel- SALEIS
Once in a while an earthquake New York City Schools

comes along and makes Rome howl.O lent. Many of the schools in New York TO ADVERTISE FAIR

i Campaigns for new industries are city teach domestic science and cook-

An old bachelor says that women common. These are hopeful where ing and conduct a kitchen in the With posters and advertising matter I

are given to small talk in large quan the citizens are willing to devote time building. The school board has ar- !I of all kinds and description Geo. r

tities. and money to the effort. ranged to serve lunches at one cent Barker departed yesterday for Kis-I

o All these ideas are good if well han- each to pupils of such schools, the I, simmee and other points in Osceola

What has become of the old fashioned dled. But the most effective methodis lunches fo be prepared by the pupilsof county fc" advertise the midwinterfair. IS

woman who used to wear a the cultivation of town spirit. the cooking department. The .

shawl? Some places are full of people who lunch consists of soup bread and

o always disparage their home place. stewed fruit, the variety of soup and GAME CANCELLED

The man who has a bee in his bon They think this shows that they are fruit changing: each day. Pupils who

net has no right to object if his wife persons of fine discrimination. This are found to be absolutely unable to I The basket ball game set for Fri

has a bird in hers.A attitude repels would-be residents pay even the one cent are providedfree day evening at the Armory between r

o and discourages home enterprise.In of charge and the fact of their I the Cathedral school and Stetson has 1

woman's idea of keeping her other cities the citizens take all non-payment is not revealed to the been postponed. The date will be an- odayEvery
furni- possible occasions to speak well of balance of the
house in order is to move the pupils. nounced later.
ture around and around. their own community. They com I'

.r mend its schools churches social life ,
o LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
AUDITING CITY BOOKS
All things may come to those who and business push. They send away I

but hair will not bald programs of entertainments, picturesof
wait
grow on Editor Sentinel:-The Orlando So- J. D. Mitchill, expert accountant,
of those who attractive scenes, newspapers containing -
heads wear wigs. reports of notable events. I: ciety for the Prevention of Cruelty to is now engaged in auditing the city

o Animals has placed a framed petitionof books. From Orlando he will go to .
Where a town has that spirit it be-
If could
a girl only marry the best the horse in the postoffice, in the Miami to audit the city books there.
comes widely known. It can't help
her there
at be
man wedding might
offices of the livery stables and in

fewer applications for divorce. of growing-and a city.WHEN ;. Orlando is that kind other public places of the town. By TO PURCHASE SPRING MILLINERY Remnant in the!

o this sign we know the society is alive
The average society man likes to o and active. A humane society is a
work if married-his wife's relatives THE WAR IS OVERIn Store Sale
good advertisement for the city, townor Mrs. Soper departed yesterday for goes on --many,
including the "Old Man" too. Europe when the war is done--
country it speaks well for the
; Jacksonville and Atlanta to procurea ,
that day be when
soon
o may greeted-
heart and intelligence of the people. full line of spring millinery.
Our idea of a hypocrite is a man some their victory have won and some By being kind and teaching kindnesswe at i

who says he is glad he's bald or a wo- have been defeated 'twill be a coun- benefit humanity far pore than

- man who says she wishes she had red try of the old, the halt the maimed the animal. Cruelty develops' and 1
hair. the dying. In unmarked couches VENEER CORES
strengthens the evil, kindness the ten-
o 'neath the mould the young men will 2 :
der and noble side of one's character.'
be lying. Afar the hosts $1.25
A fashion note says the overcoatsare youthful Eighty per cent. of the brutal crim-
being cut longer this and are flung like grain that waits the
year inal class in our jails and prisonswere Per Strand t
it will also take longer to pay for reaping; for war takes harvest of the cruel from childhood. Dr. Har Up

them. young and leaves the old men weep- ris, many years our national commis- FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND and less than ,
o ing. In Europe when the war is OAK WOOD
sioner of schools said to a large bodyof
Two young ladies in Orlando who done, and rust dims sword and sabre, ,
teachers: "It is less expensive for Orlando Wood YardB.
turned over a new leaf January 1, ,{I in barren fields' from sun to sun, the our nation to educate the children in .

1915 not to flirt any more, appear to men and dames will labor. The pa- humanity than to support them as W. Kinpsley Proprietor Price !

have lost the leaf. triarch must guide the plow in fields criminals later in life PINE STREET Telephone AND 344 R R. 2Silks

o yet red from slaughter while hitched BELLE C. HAUSELT, 9-30 j
like horses are the frau the
Parents who expect a boy to go up- grandma Vice-President Orlando S. P. C. A.
and the daughter. Perhaps some
stairs and change his wet shoes and
cripple from the wars may help to do
stockings never seem to realize how Dress
the seeding while groaning o'er his Goods }
valuable a boy's time really is. ,
0 varied scars and old wounds freshly

bleeding. Some veteran on wooden

Orlando is going to improve her legs, whose strength is swiftly dwindling Laces Embroideries-.j
,
Motor driven
fire-fighting equipment.
may milk the cow and fetch the
aparatus will displace some of the eggs and split the daily kindling. But

less modern appliances and Orlando everywhere the weak and old must do Ginghams Linens :

people will have less fear of a serious the heavy toiling must strive the ,

fire. Florida's cities are quickly tak- farm TRADE OR SELL
to work and hold and keep the .
ing up the idea of "safety first" and Woolens
pot a-boiling. Old men and dames, Curtains
providing against the possibility of a the harvest waves! Go forth and do ,

big fire.-Times-Union. the reaping for in the red and shal

low graves your strong young men Goods Wash Goods

POULTRYThe are sleeping.-Walt Whitman. ,
Florida branch the American I
of
o Forty acres of high Pine Land covered with heavy
Poultry Association will hold its PAVING PROGRESSING Etc Etc. Etc
annual session at Orlando February growth of virgin timber enclosed with new hog proof i

9 and 10, during the Subtropical Mid I
The work of paving West Central .
winter Fair and indications are that fence. Very comfortable dwelling in first-class condition,
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avenue has bone greatly interfered I -
there will be a large attendance.
very with, by the heavy rains of the past and excellent barn. Good water. Located at Fort Christ ,
Poultry will be given considerable
few weeks. As soon as conditionswill
prominence in the fair and the members Owner this and fixed it for I I
permit the work of laying brick mas. purchased place up Every End at..1x
of the association will be espe- PriceIVES
will be commenced in earnest and it
cially interested in seeing what has hunting lodge and now wishes to sell it for cash or will 2
is the t
hope of Commissioner Johnson and Less than.
been done in the state. Among the ..
that the pavement will be completedand trade for other property. No objection to putting in additional
events scheduled for the meeting of
opened for traffic in time for the : t
the poultry association is a banquetat midwinter fair. Four blocks remainto money, if your property has the value. This is
the San Juan hotel at which men
be finished. From Parramore
prominent in the business will be for
opportunity
an somebody. :
present.-Times-Union. street west the pavement is open to r +

traffic. I

THE TALKATIVE HUSBAND --- -
RECENTLY PURCHASEDC. ..
The Petit Parisien has a curious and I ,

rather amusing instance of the discretion -
A. has 1
Hovey recently pur-
of the military authorities at
the present moment. A young Paris- chased the Parry lots at the corner of .
Lucerne Circle and DeLaney street S. Y. WAY
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ian woman received at her house B
ird the Lucerne Circle and CO.
corner at ) DICKSON-I
letter, on the envelope of which she:
Elliott Both handsome
street. are I
recognized the handwriting of her Ii
oroperties and are beautiful sites for i
husband now serving at the front residences. Insurance and Real Estate Agent i

She eagerly tore open the envelope '.

only to find that it was empty but in .DEPARTMENT STORE:
the corner of the envelope in a hanc BOY SCOUTSThe PHONE 172
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quite unfamiliar to her, was written I

the laconic message "Madame, your Boy Scouts of troop No. 4 are I ORL.A. DO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE.

husband is quite well but he is toe hereby notified that on Friday afternoon The Store of true service of never-failing courtesy

communicative." The young wife un- at 2:30 a meeting will be held j j of fair dealing: of trust-worthy merchandise -

derstood that her husband's letter for the purpose of organizing a base- i at>right prices |

must have been intercepted by the Sill team after which will be signal ORLANDO FLORIDAr

military authorities.-Daily Beacon. drill. Members of troop No. 4 are t

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Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254 Admission 5 cents Allens"E F


WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR Miss Russell Hostess MlillMMMMMIIIMMMTODAY'S E

Miss Elizabeth Russell entertainedseven PROGRAM

.. January-21st-23nL of her girl friends Wednesday 4-Reela--1 ALLIGATOR BAGS

Thursday afternoon at the Drennen country Texas Officers and U. S. Troops .
Rosalind Club afternoon. home. Games were enjoyed and deli- "THE MENACE OF FATE"A rounding up Mexican ammunition I I AT COST
"Here and There" Club; Mrs. Whittier A smugglers in three reels.
"eats" served.
hostess. cous merry, good Rex. Bob Leonard and Ella Halln We have
number of these in all sizes
time was enjoyed by all. "At the a bags
8:30 P. M.-Rosalind reception to Kalem Feature complete in Foot of the Stairs.
Mrs. -0A -- Don't fail to see this great Mexican Ill that we will close out at cost.
PellClarke.FHdar
Word of Thanks two parts. three reel feature.
Nolloa Club; Mrs. F. D. Carr. Five and ten cents.OSTEOPATH .
The members of the Annie Cole- I IMANICURE
torvnightiy Literary Club, Cathedral -
school. man Chapter of U. D. C. wish to LOCATES IIERE
Basket Ball Cathedral school vs. thank the merchants and others whoso ..

Stetson. Saturday generously donated toward the Dr. C. L. Brundage of Elizabeth-

Boston Grand Opera. Lucerne thea- supper for the Confederate ball on I town, Ky., has been called to Orlandoby
Tuesday evening especially! Mr. J. D. his brother-in-law Dr. C. C. Buck- 1
tre.Belgian relief card party; Mrs.Wm.R. Barnes, who loaned the chef and the "S\Mil SAM"A master, and hereafter will be perma- SETS
O'Neal and Miss O'Neal, hostesses.
dishes from the roof cafe.
garden nently associated with him in the osteopathic -
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Sans Souci Club -- Lubin Comedy. profession. Drs. Brundageand Ii AT COST ii .,

The Sans Souci Club was enter- Men's Open Forum Club Buckmaster have been associatedfor Any of the sets we have will be sold at very low 1
tained by Mrs. A. R. Bogue on The Men's Open Forum held an interesting many years and were classmatesat

Wednesday afternoon at her home on meeting at the Chapter the Kirksville institution. Dr. figures. :

West street. The guests included the House last evening, Mr. W. W. Yothers Brundage is a welcome addition to 4I

dub members, Mrs. John Schnaar and giving an instructive talk on the I the professional men of Orlando and STERLING ';

Mrs. Tom Mathews who played for diseases of citrus trees on which sub- "KIDDING THE -BOSS" will undoubtedly have merited suc- s

Mrs. Ferris and Mrs. Owen Robinson ject he is so well informed. cess. FRENCH IVORY J

and Miss Dade of DeLand and --0--
Mayo ,
A Vitagraph Comedy. : SILVER PLATED
Country Club Dance
Miss :Margaret Brantley of Mineola

who are house guests of Mrs. Bogue. There will be a Country Club danceat U

The club has been composed of two the Country Club next Thursday LucerneTODAY ,

tables but a third one was chosen evening January 28, for members and I I '
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yesterday afternoon. The members their invited guests.

of the club now are Mesdames Lege --0-- HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA" ..A.llen & Oo
Johnson Galey Thornton, Ferris, State Conference, Florida D. A. R. ';
Robinson Bogue Schnaar, Stewart, The annual conference of the Flor- JEWELERS '
Sam Robinson Tom Mathews and ida Chapter Daughters of the American -
Revolution will be held in the W.
Miss McKee. T. I. A. hall at St. Petersburg on EVERYTHING GUARANTEED PROMPT REPAIRINGI
-- February 4 and 5, 1915 by invitationof 5 cents 10 cents
Was Charming Hostess Princess Hirrihigua chapter.
There will be morning and after-
Mrs. Hal Beardall was the charm- noon sessions each day promptly at "TIlE VIGIL"A

ing hostess for the Young Matrons ,10 a. m. and 2 p. m.
Card Club on Wednesday. Several A reception will be given Thursday Domino Special Feature
friends were invited for the afternoon evening at the home of Mr. J. C. TOMORROW com- .. . . . .. ..a.I. . . .. . . . . .. . ..

besides the members-Mrs. Reese vited.Hamlett. vice-regent. Gentlemen in- WILLIAM FARNUM in plete in two parts."BEFORE .

Miss Sperry, Miss Vida :Miller, Misses Auto ride and tea at close of con- W. S. Coleman. W. R. Rkan. >
Willie and Jean Person, Misses An- ference on Friday afternoon.The "THE SIGN OF THE CROSS"A
board of management will meetat
toinette and Sarah Slemons, Miss Ma-
the hall, the hour to be announced
ble O'Neal, and Mrs. J. N. :Merck. later. Paramount Production
SUN PROOF PAINT and sat-
Miss Jean Person was the fortunate The voting representation shall be Five Parts. ,

winner of the guest prize, and Mrs. determined by the rulers for repre- AND AFTERA isfaction are as inseparable as '
sentation of chapters in the conti-
Merck, who was playing for the hos- All Next Week-
nental congress. freckles and red hair. Ask the
tess, won the club prize. Delicious It is important to send names of Royal Comedy.
fruit salad sandwiches tea and bon- I regent and elected delegates and alternates THE GREAT, BABY SHOW Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co,

bons were served, after which the to the state secretary Miss
205 So. Orange Avenue.
C. E. Van Keuren box 425, St. Augustine -
guests enjoyed several excellent selections -I and the secretary of the hos- Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Heywood and i
on the Victrola. The hostesswas tess chapter, Mrs Van S. Goetz St. children were among the new comers Phone 261 I
assisted in entertaining her Petersburg. Please be prompt in this reaching Orlando yesterday. Theyare

guests by Miss Antoinette Slemons I I matter.Mrs. Glenville C. Frissell state regent. prospecting and may decide that ,

and Mrs. Beardall Sr. The beautiful Orange county is a mighty good placeto SAME LITTLE PRICES illllMIIIIIIIIMMOIMiFRANK t II111I11II1111111 1.
bo-Is of roses added to the attract- -- live and cast their lot here.
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iveness of the drawing room. -
Mrs. B. G. Abernethy. of Orlando
-- Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Trout who
are
who has a lovely home on Lake Eola, I
Mrs. Bourne Hostess entertained the Annie Coleman Chapter winter visitors in the City Beautiful,
Mrs. Harold Bourne entertained the U. D. C-, this week, and among returned yesterday from a short visitto A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
Pollyanna Club yesterday afternoonat the out of town visitors attending the Ormond. They arrived in Orlandothe !
meeting was Miss Bradshaw of St.
her bungalow on Lake Cherokee. Petersburg who is en route home first of the year and have been
Established 1886
The guests of'the club for the after- from Miami where she spent a short making pop-calls at nearby towns. 1
noon were Mrs. Harris and :Mrs. time. The afternoon.was quite delightful They expect to visit Fort Myers and
and the hostess served delicious
Green, the charming house guests of other resorts in the southern part of
Times.
Mrs. T. Picton Warlow. relreshments.-Tampa the state. Mr. and :Mrs. Trout are
CURTIS & O'NEAL
-- ADDITIONAL LOCALMr. from Reading, Pa.BUILDXG. i
Stork VisitationMr.

James L. Giles received a tele- G. E. Wilkerson returned to LOTS

gram yesterday announcing the arrival Orlando yesterday from Jacksonville, INSURANCE LOANS j Ii
Desirable house lots for sale at the
of a little daughter to Mr. and
where he had been called on accountof
corner of Amelia and Kentucky avenues I
Mrs. Clifford Fuller, of New York the illness and death of his wife on east side of and facing Rock
city. Mr. and Mrs. Fuller spent last which occurred in that city Saturday lake. Citrus trees on every lot. See REAL; ESTATE RENTALS j
winter in Orlando, and have many afternoon. owner on premises. Geo. F. Miller.

friends here who extend their con- l-21-4t pONE .
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gratulations. Among the visitors arriving from
DRUNK CASE I
--0-- the North on the 1:14 train over the
Bachelor Girls' Club Atlantic Coast Line from Jackson
The Bachelor Girls Card Club will ville were Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Mears : One case came before His Honor
RENT 5 Rooms Furnished South Main
FOR Bungalo 1
be entertained Friday by Miss Alma in police court yesterday when John -- ,
who will spend a month or more in
DeLaney at her home on South Main Orlando. Doe was fined $5 for being drunk.OSTEOPATHY., Street. t

street.
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--0-- Guests at the San Juan who will
Seven Room House South Orlando.
Baptist ReceptionThe make that popular hotel their head- !

ladies of the Baptist church quarters while in Orlando include M.
DR. J. C. HOWELL
will give a reception at the Baptist E. Simpson, New York; H. E. Shaw, Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon Two New Five Room Houses South West Orlando. I
pastorium this afternoon from two Kirksville ,
Andover, Mass.; C. A. Morris, Phila- Graduate
till five o'clock. Members of the Consultation Free
congregation delphia; Geo. L. Atkins Trenton N.
Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan i
all friends and tourists are J.; Daniel Askew, Philadelphia, and HoteL
invited to attend and become acquainted W. M. Cornell San Crueel New Mex- Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 -

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FOR RENT-Large, attractive-room.- ;;;i
Inquire No. 8 West Washington St. J d r, ]Cath c1lld S11iI1g ie
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FOR RENT-Small flat, modern con- '
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S a NICE LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
Morning Sentinel Want 10-25-tf
Directory is the Greatest Want :
Ad Medium in Orlando. WANTED ORLANDO

Terms Cash in Advance. WANTED-To buy a light, inexpensive -
car, Ford preferred. Address,
RATES "Car." care SentineL l-20-3t it

For One Day ______________25t; I
For Three Days ____________50c POSITION WANTED by chauffeur; Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime1UBTROPICAL
I For Six Days _______________75c experience of four years; am licensed -
HE HAS ARRIVED. ? For One Month ----________$2. 0 chauffeur and repairman. Ad- --- -
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This rate applies on all ads of
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25 words or less. If the ad con-
Mr. tains more than 25 words the rate is the time to order GRIF- '
"I have now FING'S ROSES. W. II. Brokaw.
will be one cent per word for
each additional word, for each insertion salesman. 12-16-tf

I WILL BUY IN t t IF YOU ARE
LOOKlAOr for well I"
If you can't bring your ad to
rooted orange and grapefruit buds, EXPOSITIONMIDWINTER
the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
This is the most will see II. C. McDaniel.' Phone 708.
counts opened by telephone be
and cleanest city payable the following day.
TEN ACRES
overlooking Orlando;
all cleared; fine land; good home t.
THE PEOPLE Every Home-Every Business
site. $2,000. II. C. McDaniel. Phone
Every Man has use for a i
708.
Sentinel Want Ad.

It presents the PUTTYLESS WINDOW SASHTheowner
wants to trade full right of
of
appearance FOR SALE Florida to make and sell for Orlandoflat OBLDO. 'Tpls.. ,
have visited.
centrally located. Call 407 Jackson .
We FOR SALE-Country Gentleman, street, evenings at 6 o'clock.
specialize Golden Dent, Hickory King and l-17-6t
City Homes Stovell's Evergreen Corn. Get my FEB. 9-13 1915EDUCATIONAL
pleased to have prices. J. L. Dean, City Drug Store, BUYERS AND SELLERSI ,
and let us show next to Arcade. 1-20-12tc buy, scll rent, and exchange real
estate. Have resided in Orlando Fla.,
values in this
FOR SALE-Modern home, 7 rooms, over 30 years. Have handled over t
erty. hall, bath, screened porch, extra 20000000. Call and see mo!.
large closets and trunk room; locatedin 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. t
first class residential district; 5 Embracing-Agriculture Horticulture Floriculture Domestic
ORLANDO [ minutes from postoffice. For quick Now is the time to buy your seed ,

sale will take $2,500. Terms. Inquireof Irish potatoes. Wilson & Toomer Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry,
owner, 312 North :Main. 1-20-12tc have the Improved Rose No. 4 and
I II! North Bliss Triumph, grown specially for and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports
PHONE them, and inspected by U. S. oveJ n-
THREE LOIS and a five room house,
located on Ohio avenue, in Oak- ment. See II. C. McDaniel, agent. AreoplansLectures and Entertainments of all kinds
OPPOSITE SAN wood Park, for sale. For further information Phone 708. l-8-12t
call at tent on Ohio ave
FRED B. DALE nue. 1-19-Gt FOR CORNS, bunions ingrowingnails
C. H. BRYANT see the for
chiropodist
and women. L. J. Mustard, over men McElroy's -For information or premium list, address
DAVIS GILES FOR SALE-Six Thomas
F. A. touring car, in good cylinder condition; four nue. Pedicure drug store and, manicure.117 Orange ave WM. R. O'NEAL Sec'y H. H. DICKSON Pres.
new tires; an excellent motor; cost 1-16-lmc ,
4,500 new; will sell cheap for cash, or $ i
take a good Ford touring car as part .
Address P. O. Box No. 2, NICHOLAS'ICIIOLAS
oayment. .' IIIIIIIIIIIIIII..III.I.IIIIIIIIIIII.III.IIIJII11111'111111 111111111
Formosa, Fla. 1-19-61 MANUFACTURE all classes of hair
"DIXIE goods; prices reasonable and work lt.r
first class. Call and see us at 303
FOR SALE OR RENT With stock
and tools best farm in county; va- Garland street. 1-6-lmo
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riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up-
ATTENTION-$700!
to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock corner lot good 1i
location, two blocks north of Lake I
J cksonrille Chicago Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- '
Eola. $500; must sell; would consider
Reestablished er. 1-16-tfc small car part payment. E. R. T. t
Box 122. l-17-6t pt9J whJ"

.- FOR SALE-A] very attractive sub-
Northbound
Daily urban home situated on north bankof WE HAVE NOW READY FOR DELIVERY -
9:35 am Lv. Lake Concord; high elevation; Irish Potatoes, warranted
5:08 pm Ar. Macon high elevation; commands view of free from scab or other diseases.
8:03 pm Ar. Atlanta three large lakes; in the prettiest Drop me a card or phone 708 and let
12:18 am Ar. suburb of Orlando; lot size 158x1320feet us talk over your requirements. I
4.50 am Ar. Nashville' fronts 158 feet private lake front will make it to our mutual advantage. :
9:28 am Ar. and 158 feet on Lakeview avenue; has II. C. McDaniel. I
_635pmAr. Chicago 65 young citrus trees, all varieties. KINCAID fluff SNOWDEN
2:59pm Ar. St._L 1'r This is a choice piece of property. NOTI -I have accepted agency for
Will be sold very low to a quick buyer. Wilson & Toomer's fertilizers in
Solid Train See the owner at 98 Lakeview Orange county and will appreciatethe
tion cars, Standard avenue. l-16-6t patronage of their old customers,
coaches, between and hope to make new friends for this Orlando's Largest and Cheapest
Chicago. Standard FOR SALE-Story & Clark upright firm. Their Ideal brands are too well
Jacksonville to St. grand piano won by Miss Myrtle. known for any comment at my hands. .
Weeks in the recent contest will be My experience as a grower of both
sold for benefit of Baptist church fruit and vegetables warrants we in FURNITURE HOUSE
DINING building fund. Piano may be seen saving, as their agent, I can be of .
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. real service to those who have grove
Weeks 10 Washington street. trouble. I am prepared to give to
Atlantic :] 1-13-tfc my patrons not only my own experience OrlandoBell
Cor. Main and Pine Sts.
--'''--- but that of the firm, which cov-
ers every detail of the citrus and veg-
Standard Railroad FOR SALE-To those only' who have citrus industry. H. C. McDaniel.
cash capital to invest in winter Phone 708.EIGHTEEN.
J. G. homes; also big acreage in groves and -
trucking lands. Address Box 814,: AND A HALF ACRESof

Tampa, Orlando. 1-8-lmoc i land on Lake Gatlin; sixteen in - -- .
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five year old oranges and grapefruit; ,
FOR SALE-30 acres land, 20 fenced, overlooks four lakes; in perfect conI I r
i 10 cleared ready for setting trees; dition. Price 12000. Nothing bet-
Real Estate close to depot, 3 miles from Orlando. ter in Florida, unless it is the prop-
Cheap if sold in 30 days. Lock Box erty below described.
No. 4, 1-3-lmo '
f and TWENTY ACRES, in good neighbor-
r I hood; fine land; 10 acres in bear-

t ---- FOR six cylinder SALE-One automobile seven, 1 passenger year old,I ing crop trees on ;trees good .lake Price protection$10,000,; good with B tile Ne w Year lit[ .

i City Building Lots, $ first class condition. Don't answer fruit; or owner will keep fruit, deducting -
i and $1.00 per week of interested.SentineL Address Bargain 11-14-tf, $2,000 for same. Offered only
for reasons beyond owners control.
E RENTS See H. C. McDaniel for particulars.

; Notary Work Prom FOR SALE Phone 708.LAKE.
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t Done. Terms to Suit Purchaser
Cook and Heat
Good citrus and truck land, cleared,
N. P. in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots, on SITEFour
; road to be built this year, two
from Orlando. Phone 1024 4
ORLANDO, rings,or write II. G. Jackson, R. F. D.
2, Orlando, for appointment.
: Office at 1-7-lmo WITH
miles from Orlando one .
P. O. Box
PHONE 405 FOR RENT mile from Post Office, Schools

and Churches and Packing
FOR RENT-Suite of two rooms for
light housekeeping; modern conven- House. On good road just one
; with private family; to adults mile from Orlando Sandford
only. Apply 512 South Lake street.
Phone 562. 1-19-61 road.

Surrounded_ by fine Groves; Virginia GAS 1
FOR RENT-Two very pleasantrooms :
Pine Timber. Excellent
PLUMBING with board; private family;
,. East Robinson avenue. l-19-3t Citrus Land with water protec- 4

FOR RENT-A suite of rooms for tion and beautiful lake frontage
26 WEST PINE light housekeeping with bath hot

cold water; a pleasant neighborhood Sixty Acres at
PHONE : close in; near Eola park. Call


Best FOR East RENT-Kooms Pine. 3:50 per 1-16-61 week, $20 Per Acre Then n wi' Surely be

housekeeping in the best rooms.part of The the St.city James; also HaDDY'I

est West street. l-15-6t I

We are not in the RENT-Rooms, with or without Think of it and see
board; also rooms for light house-
SLAUTER'S latest keeping; several apartments from 1 I
on all firstclassPlumbing to 4 rooms each at very reasonable
prices. Inquire of F. L. Anderson ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO.

: 112 12-6-tf West Church street. Phone 459. ,


I SEVEN ROOM, new stucco cottage, Watkins Block PHONE 504 ORLANDO WATER &LIGHT CO. J'

NEIL one block from Eola park; com- Whenever You Need a General Tonic I
fine view of city. Price $5,500.II. Take Grove's
C. McDaniel, phone 708. The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
Contractor and chill Tonic is equally valuable as a GAS DEPARTMENT
FOR RENT-Seven room house; water -! General Tonic because it contains the
gas electric lights bath, etc.; I well known tonic properties QUININE
Bungalows a I' barn, stable chicken house; lot 100 by I I"TO I and IRON. It acts on the Liver Drivesout t
Arcade Building. feet. Apply at 735 North Ornnsre Malaria, Enriches the Blood and !
E 10-31-tf i I Builds up the'Whole System. 50 cents. I


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Pinecastle ItemsPine visit with them for a while duringher treasurer-in fact, the whole works.
stay at the home of her daughter This, he says would stop the county I Dr. BuckmasterOSTEOPATH i iI

ORLANDO ROOFINGAND Mrs. Jos. Griffin of Kissimmee. seat wrangle. Great idea! Anything I
Castle Fla., Jan. 19Mrs. J. Exercises of the school children on to stop the Straubble! I
I'A. Rusk of Charleston W. Va., arrived Friday afternoon were very enjoyable. I
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I Thursday and is a guest at the BEAUTY SPECIALISTMrs. Graduate of Kirksville
SHEET METAL CO. I home of her brother, Mr. C. F. Liv- Methodist services'at Union Chapel Minnie Sawyer of Boston Ii
!!engood. next Sunday. Rev. King Jones will would be pleased to do work at your I I3Z S. Orane Avenue
homes hotels.
or Shampooing face
Mr. S. F. of be here.
| Gettys Gettysburg and scalp specialist
; manicuring chiropody I
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Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos, j I Tenn., is visiting J. C. Stinespring The young people's band of the ,, hair dressing. Phone 680. :ABOVE PEOPLES BANK PHONE 518
!I and family having arrived Saturday. W. Y. C. T. U. held their regular!I 10 West. Concord avenue, Orlando.
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.,. and Rubber Roofings I Rev. Wm. Funk who has been here meeting Sunday evening Mr. Eugene 1-15-121.I -

'!for a few days with relatives and Hoffner leading. Mr. G. C. Shaddeton -I Get the first in the Dr. S. S. Jones r
Cornices, Sk}lights. Heating, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings 'looking after business interests returned gave a short talk in the work of news Sentinel.
Friday to his home at Noca- young people in the W. C. T. U. I CHIROPRACTOR
Mrs. C. H. Hoffner and Mrs. S.i I
Works: I4 E. Church St. ORLANDO tee. I PHONE 616 graduate Davenport College, 17 and
| Mrs. Thos. Etty and Miss Maud S. Frank Phillips have tickets for .18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone
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Etty have recently returned from a sale for the great moving picture AUTO FOR HIRE i 209. Intelligent people every where C
vsit with relatives at Tampa. "Your Girl and Mine" to be shown j FIRST CLASS REPAIRIXG- I are being restored to the health by chiro-
practic adjustments new $science
-.-1 Messrs. II. Ward and Elliott, of I in Orlando soon under the auspicesof I BARNARD & SOX I of removing the cause of disease!. Examination {
iiiiiiiiiiiitititntiiitiiitniiiiiimiiiitttiniiinI"IL ; the Florida Equal suffrage Asso: free. .
Conneaut Ohio, are occupying the i 12- .almoI {
17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla.
ciation. 10 cents for adults 5 cents
Newell Lake ,
BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT cottage Inghan on preached Conway.Rev. at Union I for children. i 12-10-1m-- -- I I Get the news in the Sentinel first.
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Chapel Sunday. Mr. Inghan's ser-
LUCERNE NIGHT lminn3rd I SOMEWHAT DANGEROUS!
/ mons are always so very good to
THEATRE JdlUHldy ONLYThe JdllUdly hear and we hope he will be amongus I WRIGHT SEED CO. .
for some time and able to speak to I Oakland Man Goes to Clearwater and

us often. Has Designs on Court. i
. Society Event of the Theatrical Season Services were held Sunday after- House Lot We carry the Largest Stock of Seed in

noon at the convict camp on Hoff- *
ENGLISH ner's Island. Rev. Henry Slater spoketo G. R. Crofts of Oakland who owns Orange County. Agents for the Celebrated -

BOSTON COMPANY the yqung men in words of stir- property in Clearwater and whom we National Guano Fertilizers
OPERA ring pathos and good advice. The hope to land here as a regular 99 percent

song service was excellent. Many pure citizen, is in the city today 206 So. Orange Ave.IMIIIIIIIIIIMIMIIIIIilillllllllMIMilllliniOta.
In a Master Production of the World's Favorite Opera- ; people were present. Services will be says the Clearwater Sun. Some say

VERDI'S BEAUTIFUL held every Sunday as long as the he has designs upon our court house
lot-that he intends to it and
.camp is located there. Next Sundayat buy -
2 p. m. Rev. Mary A. Safford, of build a court house of his own. lie I .

TROVATORE Orlando, will speak. Miss Safford's believes by so doing he can be the

beautiful character is expressed in county clerk, sheriff commissioners, Painting and Decorating ;{

With the Most Remarkable Cast of Stars Ever Heard in '. her kind refinfied delicate face and FOR SALE
English Opera, including in her words are heard the beauty 1
of her thought. Miss Safford will
i Have house painted now and save money.
speak at 2:30 if it is at all possiblefor l I I No.1. Forty acres virgin pine timber your
i JOSEPH F.I SHAN[{ AMERICAE'ShO her to come. In case she can not I I land on south side of lake front Years of trying and now can paint your house and giveyou'
three-fourths mile from railroad sta Leave one-third of
come services will be held by someone tion. $1,000. four years' guarantee. money
MIRTH CARMEN LOUIS HEMMING else. II I with you for that time. I put on paper that will stay on.

HAROLD J. GEIS ARTHUR DEANE The Christian Workers of Union I!I No. 2 Seventy-five acres, on lake Work the best and prices the cheapest. Estimates free.
front one-half mile from Forest
City;
HENRI DeVAREE EVLINE VAN AERNAM Chapel a
gave
Saturday
supper
six acres bearing orange grove; good Address GIBBS, MAGNOLIA HOUSE .
WILLIAM HAMILTON WILLIAM YOUNG evening in their chapter house at house. terms.
ELAINE DeSELLEM CLARK'HARCOURT which they met their usual success. eight room $4,500; I i. No. 3. Twenty four miles
GRACE DOXSEE AND OTHERS Saturday evening Mrs. G. C. Miller acres
from the city, on lake front; twelve
entertained in honor of her
sister
and acres bearing orange grove; orange
The Superb Boston English Opera Chorus, husband Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Lamb, crop recently sold two thousand three
hundred boxes. Three hundred boxesof
of Plant City who her
are guests.
and Augmented Orchestra Under grapefruit now on trees. $6,500; MAGRUDER'S"Country
Those
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present on this occasion were: terms.
Direction of Basil Harsfall.
Misses Ollie and Hallie Hansel Stella
Harris, Alma and Mayme Sullivan No. 4. Lot 70x190 feet on brick
The most finished and artistic performance of 'IITrovatore' and Loradele street; high class neighborhood.
Phillips; Messrs. W. R. .
ever taken on Tour," is the verdict of Press and Public. Harris Clifford Manns, Millard Sullivan $1,000.No. Club Car Service"LEAVES

Robert 5. Thirty acres near hard surface -
Etty; Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
PRICES road; one mile from railroad
Wigman; the guests of'honor Mr.
station, on lake front; four acres
i 50c. 75c. $1.00 $1.50 and $2.00 : : and Mrs.\ Lamb and the host and budded grove; six hundred boxes of EMPIRE AND SAN JUAN 9 A.M. AND 2 P.M.
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hostess Mr. and Mrs. Miller. fruit; one hundred and fifty thousand P3I.
feet virgin pine timber. $3,000.J. RETURN FROM COUNTRY CLUB 12.30 P.M. and 5.30
I ; Seats will be placed on sale at DeLaney's Drug Store, Mr. and :Mrs. Jos. L. Sundy autoedto .

| Monday morning, January 18. I I Kissimmee Sunday and returnedin E. CRAWFORD Service from any Hotel in the City by calling PHONE 34. *
the evening bringing with them Office Orland Hotel.
.111.1..1..I I Mrs. McCullan of Georgia who will I 1-3-lrao ROUND TRIP $1.00. FARE ONE WAY 50c..

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ORLANDO, FLORIDA


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.A7 : :'" "' Located on Colonial Drive, in the city limits, on the direct'

s "''' road the Club with lake frontage the
COLONIAL DRIVE-FRONT OF ORANGE PARK to Country highest


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


fine orange trees. It will pay you to look it over. 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.





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



B. N. B. MILLER E. W. WATSON G L. ATKIN


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LETTERS TO THE' SENTINEL the people you come in contact with 1X

: ECHO DU NORD IS I in this vicinity were originally from r ....:A'I. :j}; $\<<-' ''It/rr",. ?-i.." ... "\ .. "..Y"\-, ; .A '_. ", ,.. ". ."-.i..

There are various ways and placesto the cold country themselves, perhaps ,; '? :=} '. ;. ;. ', -'.:: r ; 1'f.'f. l ? '. : : .

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express one's opinions in regard to from your own state, and whether ''; 't 't ''.- .t'-'t-- .

the interests of the City Beautifuland they are or not, they have been there, c :: :

NOW( GERMAN the host of visitors who are withus know the conditions and appreciatethe } : > ; , :

2 a few weeks during the winter, disadvantage of shopping in a '' '. ,.. ,, ; ; : "' ,:

but there is one topic which, thoughit small town, thousands of miles from ." ..... ,

concerns a vast number of our most the markets. Florida is pushing to -

PUBLICATION valued' and highly respected all year the front, especially Orlando. It is y a. Mr

round residents, as well as the tour- one of the livest business towns in : 1a..

ist, has not been touched upon in the the South. Her merchants go to the M -

public press. That is, the treatmentof northern markets, all of them once, :r r r ,t s ( I
GERMANS CONVERT NEWSPAPER -
the clerks and salespeople in Or- most of them twice or three times an-

IN FRANCE TO lando's places of business. I am one nually, they buy the best o be had :4 ta ll y r
t s
ONE OF OWN of the many girls who work throughthe at the best prices, and sell at the low- : :

busy season and still keep up my est reasonable profit. Even if they

social and church obligations. For did not, the clerks are not to blame

NEWSPAPER t HAS BIG CIRCULATION this reason I meet the same people in and are worthy of at least ordinary s6r : >

two distinct ways and the attitude in politeness and an occasional pleasant YP r :
; -- !
Herr Arnold, the Famous Berlin which the majority of strangers meet j word. Bear this in mind, Mr and : 0. ,

me at the different times is very no- Mrs Tourist, the next time you comedown I r

Caricaturist, Is on Staff; ticeable. A great many city bred town. Put yourself out to be

Editor Is Well Known people hold the idea that a "shop agreeable and see if you will not be . .

German NovelistLille girl" is more like a machine than a ; fully repaid in more ways than one. ,, t t > a

human being and treat her accord-
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Jan. 20.-German soldiers ingly. As a class these girl clerks in -5 5 5
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
have taken charge of the largest the large department stores are from
Whereas the Legislature of the State of
newspaper plant in northern France very ordinary families and have never Florida for the year 1913. did create the
been taught to be anything but civil, County of Seminole out of the northern por- ,
and are printing a German newspa- tion of the County of Orange, thereby materially ear 3 -
though they are entitled to as much reducing the boundaries of said Countyof w i rY u y f r '
which has reached a circulation of Orange and.
per and civility the I
respect as managerof Whereas, at this the regular meeting of the I 4wi
30,000 copies. The plant formerly the concern. However, the greater County Board of Public Instruction of Orange '
County. Florida in the month of July 1914.
belonged to the Echo du Nord, a pa- number of salespeople in small town it is desired to change the boundaries of the a t cr 'q Ir .. i
stores mix with the social life of the County School Board Districts, so as to placein : _- ..,. _
triotic French journal. The German each district as nearly as practicable the --
is named "Liller Kriekszei- city and are as well or better bred number of qualified voters, the lines of said
paper districts to be drawn so as to place each Election
tung" (Lille War Journal). than the customers they wait on. District wholly within one or anotherof CONNER PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT YEARS OLD on Rough Lemon Stock

entered Lille For this reason after they have meta said County School Board Districts;
When the Germans
Now therefore be it resolved by the County -
they found in the building of the customer with a smile and tried Board of Public Instruction of Orange
it hurts County. Florida that the boundaries of the
their best to be cordial. to
Echo du Nord nine linotype machines, three County School Board Districts in Orange
two stereotyping outfits and a fast be greeted by a disagreeable face anda County. Florida be and they are. hereby f
determined and fixed as follows:
made command to be waited on. After School Board District No. 1
cylinder press. They soon up County
the goods have been pulled down and Beginning at the northeast corner of section:
their minds to utilize the plant for I5. township 22, south of range 30 east and Prolific Fruitas
their own purposes. shown they are very apt to be told, run thence west to the northwest corner of Dnner Grape
the northeast quarter of section 15. township
in a very decisive voice, that the qua'ity -
do in
Determined to everything 22. south of range 29 east; hence south to
good old German thoroughness, they is poor the price high and the the southwest corner of the southeast quarterof
section: 15. township 22. south of range 29
decided to publish an illustrated stock old, just as though any of these east; thence west to the northwest' corner of
section 19. township 22 south of range 29
things were true or the paid em-
newspaper. They were fortunate in east; thence south to the southwest corner of 1
having with them at the firing line ployee was to blame. During the section: 7. township 23 south of range 29 Compared with Mid-Season and late
east; thence east to the southeast corner of
Herr Arnold, the famous artist of Christmas holidays the store in whichI section 12, township 23. south of range 29
worked was one of the busiest and east; thence north to the northeast corner of
Jugend and Simplicissimus. section 1, township 23. south of range 24 Grape Fruit as an Income Producer ?
Nine compositors were found in the most popular, and out of the hun- east; thence east to the southeast corner of
section 34. township 22. south of range 30;
dreds who were waited on during the
trenches. They were all union men, thence north to the place of beginning
but it is said they, for the first timein two weeks previous to the 25th there Containing the following Election Districts, During the past five season's grapefruit shipped in straight carlots through

their lives, did not insist upon the were just six people with whom I was I to-wit.County One and School Two.Board District N' *. 2 the Florida Citrus has t
.acquained who smiled when the : Beginning at the northwest' eorner of the Exchange averaged during October $2.98 per box f.o.b. ; during
scale of union ,
regular wages. Stijl, southeast quarter of section 15 township 22,
the compositors immediately organ- met me and seemed pleased with the south of range 29 east; thence run north to October and November $2.78 per box f.o.b. ; during December, January and Febru
northwest corner of the northeast quarter of
goods shown. Probably a number of I
ized local of their national union.
a township 22. south of 29
section 10. range ;
I
The president of the local union is an these were not conscious of being disagreeable thence east to the northeast corner of section ary, (midseason), $2.34 ; during March, April and May, (late), $2.39 ; during Junej,
: 10, township 22, south of range 29 east:
named Bommer in civil and it is with this belief thence north to the northeast corner of see- and late
artilleryman July, (very ), $2.241per box, f.o.b., showing conclusively that the
;i tion 27. township 21. south of range 29 east Coni
that I am drawing attention to the
life foreman of estab-
a big printing I thence went to the northwest corner of section
lishment in Munich. fact through your good paper. We ,30. township 21. sooth of range 29 east; ner Prolific variety, ripening its fruit for marketing purposes and going to marketin

There was little trouble in gather- all know that it costs nothing to be .thence tion 36.north township to the 20.northeast south of range corner 23 of east see- midseas'on the'

ing the editorial staff. The pleasant and most of us have been 'thence northeasterly along Wekiva ever' to October is worth 64c. per box more than grapefruit, and going to
manag- thee westto
the north line of Orange County:
ing editor is Paul Oskar Hoecker,one taught at home and in church that we the northwest corner of Orange County, market in October and November, which is its regular season, is worth 44c. per box
thence south to the southwest corner of Orange -
can not follow the teachings of the
'
of the best known novelists in Ger- County; thence east to the southeast
many, who at present is doing dutyas One Perfect Man and do otherwise. I I corner of section: 86. township 24. south of more than midseason grapefruit, 39c. per box more than late grapefruit and 53c. per,
28 thence north to the north-
J range east;
a captain of infantry. George von Within the past week a well dressed I I west corner of section 19. township 22. south box more than very late grapefruit.In .
and of 29 east thence east to the southeast
apparenlty we'll bred woman hs range ; -
Ompteda, a famous poet, serving of the southwest quarter of see f
corner
with the Red Cross corps, has charge been in the store several times and t tion 15. township 22. south of range 29 east; addition to this you save loss in number of boxes by dropping from the trees,
thence north to the place of beginning.
been waited all the different
on by
of the department of literature and Containing the following Election Districts by thorning, by growing light and punky, and by other means making culls in the
clerks.
art. Dr. He!?se, staff surgeon of the She has acted in the same to-wit: s.6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.
County School Board District No. 3
army, writes on sanitation. A num- manner toward each of us. Noth- ;,) Beginning at the northwest corner of the fruit, a loss totaling often one-fourth on the production of a tree, and by picking

ber of in the trenches ing suits, as to price, kind or qual- : northeast quarter of section 15. township 22

writing privates news notes and poetry are in ity; she always let us know that she south the northwest of range corner 29 east of;the run northeast thence north quarterof to fruit early you save twenty-five per cent of your crop. Twenty-five per cent of the .

section 10, township 22. south of range 29
their spare moments when not occu- came from a northern city, with the east; thence east to the northeast corner of crop adds to each box a value about 75c.-, totaling $1.40 per picke d box for Conner

pied with shooting at the air of one who presumes that none section 10. township 22, south of range 29east

The title page of the latest enemy.issue of us, have ever been out of the coun- : section; thence 26. township north to the 21, northwest south of< corner range 29 of Prolific grapefruit, above varieties that must. be shipped from January on through

if she east; thence east to the northeast corner of .
and
ty think of
shows the picture of a Bavarian reservist can possibly section 29. township 21, south of range 30 the season until June and July. :
sitting in front of a house some article she is sure we don't carry east; thence south to the southeast corner of .
section 32. township 21, sooth of range 39 --
where he is quartered for the presentand she will ask for it and give her east: thence east to St. Johns river; thence
southeasterly along St. Johns river to the
of
opinion firms who don't it.
smoking his pipe. In his cheerful carry southeast corner of Orange county; thence These figures furnished by Cashier of Florida Citrus Exchange, and may be certified -
dialect he says: "I never dreamtI i This class of visitors don't stop at west to the southwest corner of section 31. .
these complaints they blame for township 24. south of range 29 east; thence him. .
us to by .
would be
once a landlord in north to the northwest corner of section 18.
France!" the weather, the class of hotels or town hip 25. south of range 29 east; thence .
east to the northeast corner of section: 13. ,
There are a number of interesting boarding houses, the roads even the township 23. south of range 29 east; thence '
ministers and the postoffice. With north to the northwest' corner of section 6, I
advertisements in the War Journal. township 23, south of range 30 east; thence
One reads: most of them, it does not pay to argue east to the northeast corner of section 3,
township 23. south of range 30 east; thence OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES
"For sale, on account of scarcity of but there are a few, who, with north to the northwest corner of section: 4.
proper explanation will leave in a township 22. south of range 30 east; thence
space: a piano, an Indian alive, a west to the place of beginning
Venus (marble), a double sized brass better humor. Although the mer- Containing the following Election District
chants of the to-wit: 3,4,15.16,17,18,19.2.. O. W. CONNER
city expect a heavier ProprietorBox
bedstead, a manicure outfit, an Eng- Adopted and ordered this 7th u,./ otA ,
lish footbath trade through the winter months, D. 1914.
a pair of
pumps, a (Seal) JAS. A. KNOX. Chairman.
rocking chair, a pair of skates. Private they are not dependent on this class Attest: S Tangerine Florida
of J. F. McKINNON. Secretary ,
for their
people living and
Lemke, trench to the left of D- very
often it is hard to remember the Golden
Ferme. If you want to inspect the State of Florida.
Rule, still both proprietors and I County of Orange-ss.
goods be careful and when -
stoop entering 'I I. J. F. McKmnon. secretary of the Board
premises." employees do their best to serve these i of Public Instruction in and for Orange

annual callers and if this f County. Florida certify that the foregoing is
Another one says: "Swimming protest i I a true and correct copy of the resolution and .

taught by Reservist Haberlein, trenchof will cause any one of them to think order Instruction adopted of by Orange the County County.Board Florida of Public, this :''. :_ ;...;. !....., :;; '-. '.e' or ',,t. wresPwlMar">71't.AeMts_ + '4if

twice before they speak disagreeablyor 1! "' .: : : .. .' 'f". ;;.; >;' 'Jit
the third company infantry regi 7th day of July, A. D 1914. changing, determining f '
"
ment No. -." : look at themselves in a mirror to 1 County and Board fixing School the boundaries Districts of of the Orange three ..- .( _: :tJ.\J-! _: 'i .: : .-:: : ... r ?:'r. .

Or: "Wanted, position as female find out which way they make the County. Florida i '<, f' '. '+"- -' ',... ". . . ',., , '. > ... ;> ..; .''i'' ,

impersonator, by William Pipe of the : best impression, smiling' or frowning, j(! hand In witness and official whereof seal I of have the County hereunto Board set my of I t, , : ;: j/t.-: : . ., " : ;..:::,;''. .V {

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Scotch Highlanders it will not have been written for Public Instruction o* Orange County. Florida I II ..".' 'L.,, "" .
at present de- this 7th; day of July. A. D. 1914. ; .,- "! .. -
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tained in Germany." naught. Try to remember, dear (Seal l.I J. F. McKINNON ," '" <- ,
123014. 1-6. 13 20-16 ; ,. y.. ..- .... .<
I northern friend, that 75 per cent. of : : "-- I. : ,:

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Insurance Totals $730.00-Plant's f Royal Palm Nurseries willsupply .". '-.;:. .. .. _. ,-s, ''' ..;.'''t.: I,; \.1. ,
Contracts Will Be Taken Care of ;wI..; ,. ow ,__ ... '"' 41.
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in Other Shops ) all Your Planting Needs 1'4iI :<.. J: 0: J . -.. '. ;- .
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It requires to establish reputation for a The f
years nursery. operators most ., ":---' ','W "' f
Trenton N. J.. Jan. 19.-Fire and There be soil well oII ...:...
yes- be men of integrity reliability mutt as as climatic conditions ;.5 . -
terday destroyed the insulated wire favorable to the growth of healthy and sturdy stock. It is also very essential that the -..-r.....l s: l>"" .' ".'{..... "r: ._ f
builders of a nursery are men of painstaking care with seasoned agricultural and horticultural '''. : ;;; :::::g ..z .,
department of John A. Roebling's knowledge and infinite patience. For thirtv-ore rears Reasoner Brothers hare labored with : ...-
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Sons company. Ferdinand W Roeb- the ultimate object of building up nurseries the stock of which can be relied upon at being .7 ; J. '
the very best all well as most complete in assortment and variety to be found. -t '
ling Sr., secretary and treasurer of r t tl
Orange and other than those of other fruits be M I .
grapefruit citrus trees r-rhaps more any must -. ., 4j rt.- T
the company, estimated the loss at true to name as it takes several years to piove. by the fruits thereof, what the original label .. "- .,'r .. II j
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$1,000,000. Insurance is estimated at >oa the tree states as to kind. The citrus section of Reasoner Brothers Royal Palm Nurseries l} CiW! .41lJ-a. .r.... -' .1
111"-4
embraces almost countless varieties of the best there is in oranges grapefruit, tangerines. t.d
$750,000. The work done by the plant limes and other members of the citrus famTy This division has been developed to its present ':aI ...-. -I .-.. 110 .. '. w
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destroyed will be taken care of in state of efficiency! through untiring and conscientious' effort on the part of the owners. ... .JC..,: ho ... ,

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other shops. Trees Plants Shrubs Vines Bulbs without number .
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I la ornamentals Royal Palm Nurseries offer a great variety from which selection can be made. - MI .
FEDERAL COURT SESSION: Hundreds of sorts of plants shrubs bulbs, vines and trees have been given space in them. r- h b P..h.: J f4&c
Until one bas studied the interesting Royal Palm Catalog no idea can be formed of just what :
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this nursery bat ia tore for the man or woman concerned in beautifying the home and grounds. - .
Judge Call Is Presiding Over Federal i iH! : .
A Book that Offers Inexhaustible Store of InformationThe :
Court at Ocala This Week iiI
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catalog of the Royal Palm Nurseries gives in condensed form the fruitsof III [,,,4 1h.H.;; .
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of and a large amount of patience and .'" ,. .
many yean nursery experience "' : a'
Ocala, Fla., Jan. 19.-The federal ?' 1. :. _.._ "I. ., Z' }: '
toil on the part of its compilers. The book shows that the Royal! Palmit5 : jIJ." ;!
court convened in Ocala yesterday fora Nurseries offer an inexhaustible stock of up-tOo valuable aDd reliable data that should be read by every farmer and grownis session of ;, : : /. Y.
several : .
Rhydon M. Call is presiding days. and Judge all the Gull coast country.BRaS. Yours 198 for BenedictA'e.OnecoFIa.the asking! Write today lor it fREASONER ; L ,,r ""' ..... i )1'.;:;: ar .,. e k: .

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HATS I 4ri UNTRIMMED 1 HATS

Extraordinary Sale of j i i 11 1 1 Your choice of any j


Untrimmed shape in
Ladies Trimmed Hats j

Your choice of any trimmed the store value up to I

hat in the Store, t $$.50 for

values up to $30.00, for 1



$5.00 T"E- BIG- STORE $2.98', I II



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Departmellt
on We i7v\: : Men's size Shoese and styles are closingout. in all :

leathers. j
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iin'1;% I ii Men's $4.50 Shoes ________________$3.48 Men's: $6.00 Shoes -::::::::::::::__$4.89: ,
Men $5.00 Shoes $3.79 ;
\ Men's $4.00 Shoes ________________$2.98
Men's Shoes __ $2.79Ladies
$3.50 --------------
I ll We heartily recommend this style to 1
I Shoes in New Up-to-Date Lasts-
men of fashion who desire to be dressed
I with Kidney heels all sizes and widths, atm ,
l / the height of fashion. Just one of our the following low prices f /1l 1l

l many styles. Let us show )'ou. Cut $6.00 values at __________________$4.89

I, Prices on Suits and O>ercoats. $5.00 values at __________________$3.98 f '
$4.50 values at __________________$3.33 ;-, //4
I $4.00 values at __________________$3.17
/, 15.00, Suits and Overcoats at_$10.75 $3.50 values at __________________$2.79 f "
$18.00 Suits and Overcoats aL$12.7 $3.00 values at __________________$2.29 1 t4J

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

. .\ I $22.50 Suits and Overcoats at$16.75 sizes 11 i/i to 6, $2.50 values at$1.9S: II

t I $25.00/ Suits and Overcoats at$18.75 Special care given. to fitting Children's K I ITHF
COPYRaGHT 11114 feet. Bring or send them to us. We are "
I HOU5E OF KUPPENNEIMER Feet Fitters. II J




CHINA DEPARTMENT R4DY.TO.WEAR[ DEP'T DRESS GOODS DEPAR'T3rd 'I


Floor 2nd Floor 1st Floor

Haviland China Dinner Set, daintly decorated Beautiful Coat Suits, made of the finest fabrices, in One lot Dress Goods, all this season's styles in
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 Gabardine, t
Price. in all 1 the wanted shades $1.00 and $1.25
. Haviland China Dinner Set, decorated, 100 pieces, __________ __________ _____________69c
_____________ quality -. -
$35.00 quality for_________________________$25.98 $15.00 COAT SUITS in this sale at $7.50
$20.00 COAT SUITS in this sale at _____________$10.00 One lot Wool Dress Goods, in plain and fancy
Haviland"China decorated Dinner with Set of 100 pieces, beauti- $.;).00 COAT SUITS in this sale at______________$12.50 weaves, $1.00 $1.25 and $1.50 qualities ________48c I :
fully Mat Gold $85.00 set for$67.60Haviland
$30.00 COAT SUITS in this sale at _____________$15.00: Imported Wool Challies, light and dark grounds, :1
China Dinner Set of 100 pieces, white
___ _ small neat designs, 50c and 60c. quality _______39c
and gold bands, $90.00 set for _ _______$69.00 LADIES'and CHILDRENS' COATS
Austrian China Dinner Set of 100 pieces, white Chiffon Taffeta Silk, as soft as satin with a beautiful
and gold, perfect in shape, $55.00 set for_____$36.50 HALF PRICE sheen, all shades 36 inches wide, $1.50 J
at quality __-_____-__:-__!_____-_______.:__---98c
English China Dinner set of 100 pieces, light blue $2.50 COATS in this sale at ____________________$1.25. 1'
white and gold, and green and gold, $29.00 set '). Silk Crepe for Evening Dresses, a beautiful line,
for ____________________________________$21.50 $1.00 COATS in this sale I at--------------------$- 00 in plain and fancy weaves, Pink, Light Blue i
$5.00 COATS in this sale at ____________________$2.50 White, Cream Lavendar, Navy, Yellow and ,
. China Dinner Set of 65 pieces, white and gold, -. __________________________
$10.00 COATS n this sale I at $;) 00 Black, 75c. quality 50c
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$5.50 set for ______________________________$3.98
$15.00 COATS in this sale at___________________$7.50 Chiffon Velvet, beautiful soft finish, light weight 1
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 t
this Sale. $25.00 COATS in this sale at __________________$12.50 Black, full yard wide $5.00 quality -----_____$3.50 I'. '



Second Floor BOYS, Juvenile SUITS Department ROOf GARON[ THEATRE[ [ $1.50 BOYS HATS BOYS HATS, Continued ______98c ,,
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$3.50 BOYS SUITS AT ______$2.63 $2.00 BOYS HATS ___$1.48
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$4.00 BOYS SUITS AT --______________________$3.00 $3.00 BOYS HATS' ----------------------------$1.98' '
$4.50 BOYS CUlTS AT -------------___________$3.38 TO NIGHT
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$5.00 BOYS SUITS AT ___$3.75
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$6.00 BOYS SUITS AT ___________:_____________$4.50 LADIES' SWEATERS i I
$8.00 BOYS SUITS AT ________________________$6.00 Nestor Drama J
________ $2.50 and $2.75 SWEATERS AT ________________$1.98
$8.50 BOYS SUITS AT ---------------- $6.38 "For I Have Toile
SUITS AT ______ $3.00 SWEATERS AT ________________________$2.25
$10.00 BOYS SUITS AT ----------------- ____$7.50 $3.50 SWEATERS AT________'_________________$2.89 I =
$12.00 BOYS ------------------- $9.00 J Joker Comedy $4.00 SWEATERS AT ________________________$3.19
$5.00 SWEATERS AT _________________________$3.98 :
BOYS HATS "HOT STUFF. $7.50 SWEATERS AT _________________________$5.48 I .
50c. and 60c. BOYS HATS -----------------______39c 8 o SWEATERS, AT $6.48
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75c. BOYS HATS -------------------__________49c Eclair I Drama $15.00 SWEATERS AT _______________________$9.98 i
$1.00 BOYS HATS -------------------__________69c For The Defense." $18.00 SWEATERS AT _______________________$11.50




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Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Molrennon
arrived in Orlando yesterday on the
Tampa Special to spend the remainder -
of the season. They are locatedat
one of the local hotels.


Messrs. D. IL Rogers, of Alfred,
N. Y., and D. D. Rogers, of Daytona,
I PtIiHI
arrived in Orlando yesterday and are
WELL registered at the San Juan for an indefinite -
stay. (:: / ':.,::- r

KEPT :
Mr. G. H. Mitchell arrived in Orlando -

yesterday from Oklahoma City,

CHECKING ACCOU] and expects to remain in this sectionfor : .' .
some time. He is making: his :. .. \'
headquarters at the San Juan. : '

.
Your dollar is worth what you Your comfort and prosperity for
make it worth. The easiest way of

making your dollar bring you a pre-
RUNAWAY EXPENSESAt mium is to read and profit through L 1915

the Sentinel advertising. .

one time or another, all of us have had Prosperity is rapidly returning and ii II II Iii depends upon yourself and your 0: .

the unpleasant experience of having expenses many opportunities are being presented connections.A .
exceed the speed limit-run away. but there is none that will U I E ::1
compare with Orlando and Orange
And when expenses run away, you've
county realty. savings or checking bank account
probably noticed that that they always run _
down.A in this institution is a positive step 1
A.
UP-never Mr. and Mrs. W. House and little -
0
Checking Account at this bank and a daughters, Margaret and Gertrude, forward. i
will arrive in Orlando today from Atlanta -
is curb
check book in your pocket a sure on .
Ga., to spend several wekes -
The stubs in check book flasha : } Start
expense. your no :*
with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. McLean at
warning when over-spending starts. Be- y
their home on Liberty street. .
gin your Account today and keep expenses ,:i.' : .. ';: .
normal. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome H. Smith, of .-

I Toledo, Ohio, were in Orlando for a :.-,.... ... .. .'.
The State Bank of Orlando while yesterday. They are in Floridato .

the spend guests the at winter hte Altamonte and are Springs among: J ::t]J.{ : J i}1 g :1

hotel.

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Mrs. II. W. Whidden and little ." - .. -' . , : ... -
daughters, Anna Marie and Alma '
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Mae, of Brunswick, Ga., are visiting I Q.J\ :
.! i D'
-- :Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Belch at 1100 DeLaney -I ; ; :wA' .
street. Mrs. Whidden is Mrs. \ '
Miss Jane Caldwell, of Vineland,
LOCAL AND PERSONAL J New Jersey, is again in Orlando for Belch's sister. I

I 1 the season and is the guest of Mrs. I (." :: .,: :>:..::'."..;1.:>;...,.::.'."../:.. ...".<:/.:":......". ...;........:.,:".....'. :'."'. ".:'. c.....".:,.".'." Attorney W. L. Tflden spent yes- ,Chauncey Holt, Magnolia, avenue. Mr. J. S. Brown and family, of Vi- : -
terday in Sanford on professional nita Okla., and Mr. M. V. Leer andfamily
business. of Aurora, Mo., who have
Mr. A. A. Braverman, representing
been residing in Orange county since
the Virginia Iron and Metal company,
The Sentinel is the shopping guide Richmond October, expect to start for their respective -
spent yesterday in Orlandoin
Read the ads. homes.
for Orange county.
the interest of his company.
carefully.
Mr. W. N. Hurd, of Long Neck,
Mr. J. W. Riggs, of Asheville, N. Conn., who with his family is spend- LitMa Water
Eenscott
C. has arrived in Orlando for a short ing the winter at their home, 110
vblt. I Summerlin place, is now driving a ,
SALE
FOR I Ford which he recently purchasedfrom
Mr. John Schnaar left last night Mr. Gray Rush, the local agentin I
for Palmetto, on the Manatee river, Orlando. '
on a business mission.Mr. From Springs to You I


John M. Lee, of Kissimmee, 2300 acres of unimproved -
was among the business transactorsin

Orlando yesterday.Mr. truck and pine fruit land land,fine big 5 cents at the 'fount' also sold in half

W. A. Jamieson Jr.. one of
of it has
the well known citizens of Atlanta, portion clay gallon and five gallon bottles. '
and marl sutxsoil. Situ-
.
Ga., is spending today in Orlando.Mr.
It
uate on County road t
and Mrs. E. L. Brown, of Fort I within seven miles of
Christmas, were among the welcome I
visitors to Orlando yesterday.Mr. Orlando.

S4.40 an acre will buy
Dan Denmark, representing the
this tract and the
propo- McElroy'sSpecial Pharmac
Mourns Rotue, was in Orlando yesterday
soliciting business for his road. sition is 'cinch" as a The

small investment. This

Dinner and dance at Rossmore Inn. price is for quick sale.
Windermere. Friday night. $1.50 the Agents ,
couple; dancing only, 50 cents the If you want this land SAN
couple. l-21-2tc I
call on

Mr. E. P. Faulkner, a prominent
business man of Danville, Ky.. and a JUANDo -- -1 1r.
friend of Mr. J. E. Farris, spent yes-

terday in Orlando.Mr. S.G.D Dolive ((5 SonREAL .

and Mrs. Samuel L. Terry, of

Southampton, N. Y., are among the ESTATENo. you realize the com- FOREHANDED PEOPLEThe ,
visitors now sojourning in Orlando.

They arrived yesterday from the Em- 3 WEST PINE STREET forts of steam heat, run-
pire State and expect to spend sev- Y
eral weeks in this section. They are Second FloorIIIIIIIMMMIIIiiiiliMIMMIinililMIHMill ning: hot and cold water
making their home at the San Juan. individual who can make the most
and telephone in
------- your
It 'y
room. You will find all of of the unexpected opportunity is not


| Europe's Armiesrecognize these conveniences in every "lucky-he "forehanded.." Years ago

room in the San Juan.

he began to anticipate the opportunity,
Add to this comfortable

the convenienceof .
parlors, halls and receptionroom or emergency. And when the day came
the
with night and day
he was ready. i,
service, and you have all
WRIST WATCHOfficers .
the up-to-date service that
The surest way to be continually readyto s
you will get in the best

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

them. We have them in Gold,
to prepare through a Sings A-
Silver and Gold Filled---both for Rt4;
!
Ladies and Gentlemen. In this i&stitutian; :oar savings are absolutely _: 1 I t


Prices Always the Lowest When safe, and will earn 4 per .":" ""' '

Quality is Considered.T.D.EVANS.

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