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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 22, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00464
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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THE MORNING SENTINEL.




VOLUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDA JANUARY 22, 1915. NUMBER\ 293.




CARRANZA* TO BE TIME E IS RIPE TO ROSALIND FIRST PRESIDENT CLUB HONORS $$1 ,500 FIRE LOSS THE STAT[ H H. INSPECTOR I




ELIMINATEDBYILA EXPORT SAYS BRILLIANT SOCIAL- AFFAIR I I I TO GILES' NEW( URGES BETTER EQUIPMENT


FOR DEACONESS PELL- .

REDFIELD CLARKE RESIDENCE
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I I ORLANDO HAS NO EQUIPMENT -*
Many Charter Members of the DISTRIBUTION ORANGES '

BY CONCENTRATION OF I I SEC. OF COMMERCE\ SAYS Club Were Present at the ORLANDO F. D., BY QUICK FOR TEACHING
Function-Dancing CHEMISTRY
FORCES VILLA MAY I U. S. SHOULD BE A Indulged In WORK SAVED RES- Chas. P. Dow, Cashier of Peo-

WIN IN MEXICO I LEADER IDENCEFIREAT40'CIOTOIERDAYP.M. ples National Bank, Has

I (By Miss Eliza Wright, Society Originated Unique SHOULD HAVEJMI'TRAININGInspector

STATE DEPARTMENT IS PLEASED BIG MANUFACTURERS' MEETING I I Editor Sentinel) MovementThe

I The Rosalind Club entertained lastevening I Thackston Urges Better ,-

I I with a reception in compli- I Peoples National Bank is always Library Facilities Should
Believe That Villa, by Estab- Several Hundred Notable Merchants ment to the club's first president Heat From Furnace Fire Responsible -*' I ready to start something origi- -

lishing Government North and Manufacturers I Deaconess Henrietta Pell-Clarke, i iI j for Conflagration nal for the benefit of the community Emphasize HomeEconomics
I I who for six years so successfully established i !and the latest i3! the free distribution *
Mexico Will RelieveSituation at Second Annual -Interior Decorations II I
I i the club that it has been the I : of oranges, which was begun yester- .
Meeting {I enter'of social activity ever since. 'j Ruined day. Editor Morning Sentinel:

I I Many of her friends who were I : In the center of the lobby is a large .1 Perhaps the following extracts
Washington Jan. 21.-A complete I St. Louis Mo., Jan. 21.-There wasa charter members of the club came to' But for the prompt action of the I vase filled to overflowing with beautiful from the official report of lion. Jno.A. .
change in the situation in Mexico is notable gathering here today of do her honor. Mrs. Anno of Jackson- j I Orlando Fire Department the handsome golden oranges and above is Thackston state high school inSpector -
I !! will be of interest to the of-
evident to all officials in the state department -several hundred merchants and manu- ville came down from Sanford with ; residence of Jas. L. Giles now written: 1
I' ficials, teachers and patrons of the
and the war department to- facturers of the United States the her daughter Mrs. Forrest Lake both nearing completion on Lucerne Circle -FREE- schools.

day with the chances largely favoring i occasion being the second national charter members. might have been totally destroyed by Eat all you want ,I It will be observed that a number
eventual control of the country by j I foreign trade convention called by Those in the receiving line were the i fire at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon.The and j of his suggestions have already been
Villa. the National Foreign Trade Council, president Miss Margaret Hart Dea- ; fire, which was checked by the Carry one away treated I upon by the trustees though
; all of them can hardly be worked out
Advices to the s.-i.e departmentshow 'of which James A. Farrell head of soness Pell-Clarke Mrs. Anno Mrs. quick response of the department, We believe in the superiority of in one or two school terms.
it to be the purpose of Villa to the United States Steel Corporation T. Pic ton Warlow, Miss White who caused a damage estimated by Mr. Orange County's product I The conclusions reached by Prof!

establish a temporary capital in is chairman. is a guest of Deaconess Pell-Clarke Giles of $1,500.An i Vase made in Orlando by Thackston, as to the obligations rest-
northern Mexico Torreon being the Secretary of Commerce William C. Mrs. Geo. Newell, and Mrs. Carl Rob- employee had kindled a fire in i F. I). Gore 1! ing upon a city showing the progress
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I in in other lines not be ignored
we can
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most likely, then by concentration of Redfield, in a speech declared the inson. the furnace for the first time. He j and the present trustees reaP
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all his forces to eliminate Carranza time was ripe for the United Statesto Miss Hart wore a lovely yellow satin then went away and during his ab- I During the afternoon, customers ize their significance and importance
absolutely. take its place as the leading exporting evening gown accordion plaited sence shavings ignited from the heat I and friends of the institution' j I and in so far as the people will support -
Villa through Carothers tele- nation. Speeches were also I skirt. lace bodice with pearl trim- spreading to more substantial mate- I i many tourists stepped inside; admired I them the trustees will endeavorto .
graphed the state department today made by Mr. Farrell, Major Henry mings. Deaconess Pell-Clarke wore rial causing the timbers, joists and I,the fruit, read the inscription and ,I work them Sincerely out. ,
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he proposes to protect all American > W. Kiel of St. Louis Samuel D. Capon I her deaconess uniform being beauti- rafters to become heated later burst- >!' smilingly accepted the cordial invita- C. E. HOWARD,
interests in Mexico and says in addi- president of the St. Louis Busi- ful in its simplicity. ing into flames. When the fire fighter tion to enjoy it, and all over theI I Chairman Orlando School TrusteesUniversity ..

tion that he proposes to "carry on the ness Men's League John Bassett Mrs. Anno, black taffeta with lace a-riv-H dense! smoke was pouring I street was heard the most favorable of Florida sI
struggle in accordance with princi- )Moore recently United States coun overdress bead trimming Mrs. War- from all parts of the house and the comments of this original and yet
; I Gainesville, Fla. Jan. 19 1915.
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ples proclaimed and which are sellor of state and John D. Ryan low, cameo pan velvet bodice white huge crowd believed the imposing: I most appropriate advertisement.When I Mr. C. E. Howard Chairman School
only the basis for a firm and peace- president of the Amalgamated Cop- satin overskirt accordion plaited residence to be doomed. asked how long this distri- 1 Orlando Fla.
Trustees ,
bution would last. Cashier Dow stated -
ful government in Mexico. skirt, lace trimmings, with an arm l A great deal of the dense smokewas Dear Sir-After inspecting
per.The your
The state department not only is i sessions will continue tomorrow. !bouquet of white carnations. I caused by a burning can of tar. "as long as we feel it necessaryto
school December 18th I beg
pleased with this expression of his 1 This evening a banquet was advance the home consumption in high on
I The smoke from this the
and
policy by Villa but its officials stated I Miss White, pink crepe meteor, source large quantities of our magnificent leave to submit my report as follows:
held at which Alba B. Johnson
their belief that his retirement into; pres- cream lace trimmings and chiffon; ; burning joists caused a great deal of I found 145 pupils enrolled in your
it' the box.
the north where he can have a responsible ident of the Baldwin Locomotive I the the delicate in product-'buy by
finishing
'Mrs. Newell black lace, with shoulder I damage school, which is an increase, over last
Hats off to Mr. 'Dow, and his proI -
government around him Works of Philadelphia was toast-
i of violets Mrs Carl Robinson many of the upstairs rooms being Thisis
bouquet ; I year's enrollment, of eighteen.
will go far toward solving the Mex- master. gressive; institution. What next? '
.. ican problem. brocaded lavender faille bodice 1; completely ruined. The walls were I good. Your five teachers, besides_
The ultimate success of Villa is I of lace studded with brilliants pearl'' blackened and other damage done ---- the principal in the high school hold

foreshadowed the departments in the which official say reportsto thereare HAND ICE CREAM CO. IN!ornaments; and Miss Grace Holt in a i' which will entail a loss of $1,500 all j I $510,000 0 ; IMPROVEMENTFOR or will soon hold from what I could I
many defections from the ranksof charming pink lace gown presided'over 'of which is covered by insurance.One j learn, special certificates in the high
Gutierrez to the army of Villa. the punch bowl. > of the side features of the conflagration schoolsubjects that they are teach-
Military experts here declare Villa's NEW BUILDING i The committee who served the deli- was the work of John Mil- WATKINS BLOCK ing. Your principal has his state cer-
strategy just now is in the highest ton Mrs. Gile's fourteen 1 -
order. ,] cious refreshments of ice cream cake, Hnghey, year tificate. All of your instructors. are
They think his forces and convenj j 1 salted almonds mints and coffee were old nephew, who, when the fire starti i therefore properly qualified for work
tion forces apparently are leaving FACTORY OPENED AND IS .Miss Hattie Hudson, chairman, M ed, procured a garden hose and turned UNDER GENERAL DIRECTION -i in a standard Senior High School as

Mexico City Carranza.for the Military purpose of result entrapping TURNING OUT SUPERB i Vivian, Mrs. Down, Mrs. rS'1 the water upon the flames. The work OF M. S. KING, t recognized by the State Board of EcU

the war department thinks will! Le I I PRODUCTWill :Miss Mary Holt, Mrs. Frank of the Orlando Fire Department was ARCHITECTOld ucation. Both the pupils of the school
that Carranza can not hold two such ;sey, Miss Mary Guernsey, Miss Florence : commendable, as their speedy response I and the teachers seem to be interested -
important places as Mexico City and : Hudson, Miss Jean Person, Miss 1 unquestionably saved the residence in their work and I believe that
Vera Cruz against Villa's policy of a : Manufacture Cream j PostofTice Building Will JJe
Jce onj I from fearful
concentrated attack and Car- ,)I Roberta Branch. :Miss Vida Miller a damage. I good results are being obtained.
ranza will be army bested in every detail. I Large Scale, Cateringto Miss Ada Bumby, Miss Antoinette I Converted Into Beautiful I I II I found the laboratories for biologyand
I'I Wholesale I Slemons, and Miss Claire Robinson. BOY SCOUTSThe Room for Local Candy physics satisfactory, but your

.NEW MINISTER OF WAR Trade i Dancing was enjoyed ,tater in the I I- Concern I I school has no equipment for the
I I |: evening Mclntosh's orchestra fur- Boy Scouts of troop No. 4 will teaching of chemistry or physical ge-
London, Jan. 21.-An Amsterdam Hand's Ice Cream; company was l I nishing delightful music. go on a half day hike Saturday morning It is expected that work will be I ography. Both of these sciences
dispatch to the Exchange Telegram'opened' this week under the management I leaving at five o'clock sharp commenced next week on the room in should be given and with proper lab-
company says it has been reported officially '' of H. E. Hand and occupies a I TO HELP PRESIDENT DICKSOX from the old postoffice building. Assistant the Watkins block formerly occupied oratory facilities. I believe that ev-
from Berlin that General Wild commanding position at the intersec- I Scoutmaster Lindsey- and pa- by the postoffice, and soon to be occu- I ery high school as large as yours in
Ton Hohenbern was today appointed tion of Jefferson and Gertrude ave- I While W. R. O'Neal secretary of trol leaders in charge. pied by a local candy company when Orlando should give and be properly
Prussian minister for war, relieving nues. The factory building is a story r the Midwinter Fair, is in the North the room is remodeled. Col. T. J. equipped for giving courses in phys-
General von Falkenhayn of this postso and one-half in height and constructed r on business W. II. Reynolds has been NO POLICE COURT YESTERDAYFor Watkins, owner of the building; will ical geography, biology, physics and '
that the latter may devote all of of concrete blocks. It is equipped I secured to assist II. H. Dickson, president spare no money i in making the inte- chemistry. General science might be
his attention to the office of general with storage, hardening, packing; and I; rf he fair, !in the nt"y r.rid the third time in 1915 no cases!! rior one of the most attractive in the 1 substituted for physical geography.
of staff in the field. Gen. von. Falken-i' manufacturing rooms. The office isi and arduous duties coming at this came before His Honor in police court state, and it is said that he will expend I I Your school library contains a suf-

hayn accordingly resigned; as the war j i light and airy and commands a view time. Mr. Reynolds will have for his I' yesterday. Since theffirst of the year nearly $10,000 on interior decorations j.I ficient number of books, but they are
minister and his successor was appointed -, of two sides of the facory. headquarters commencing Monday, only 6 drunk cases have appeared on and finishings, and the re I not as well suited for high school
today. The refrigeration system and the Allen & Company's jewelry store I the docket. modeling.The work as they could be. I would recommend
: - --- ----- -- -- room will have an entire new
machinery was installed by the Frick therefore that you and your
SENTINEL SERVICE j company, Waynesboro, Pa. under i interior blue tile floor mahogany board, with the assistance of your
t I the personal supervision of Engineer Orlando Civic Societies To: trimmings, wainscoting with rook- I high school teachers supply better

Read the news. stories in this morn- !' D. P. Kenyon, of Mobile. Ala., southern i wood panel inserts and five sets of facilities along this line. Books must
ing's Sentinel-all up to the minute district representative for the Have Attractive Booths At Fair booth seats on each side, five tables in appeal to high school boys and girls I I
and fresh as the peeping sun. When i.! company. Features of the new factory I I tables as worth while if we are to secure I
you subscribe to the Sentinel you are : are the sterilizing machine and !'! their interest in them.
getting; service and exclusive news. 1 the hardening room. In the latter a People May Rest in Easy Chairs.4 It is a noticeable fact in every community (I features of a most attractive nature I I As' nearly as possible your school .
Wat kins Improvement Hand's New i'temperature low 32 below will be made. { should in home
as as degrees Read the Sentinel, and Look and at all public gatherings i iI provide courses economics -
i ii
Factory, Giles Fire State High School i i, zero' is developed. This hardens Over Pictures I I where wares are displayed for sale J JI To the rear of the room a music s! manual training commercial l
Inspector's Report Civic Societies at the ice cream and keeps it in excellent -Worthy: or for advertising purposes that the j gallery will be erected, beneath which I work and teacher training. Seventy-

Fair War News fresh from the front :I!: condition for shipment or deliv- of EmulationThe I proprietor of a good article is anxious ;ii I will be a row of mirrors and a tea I'I'I five to one hundred girls in your high

Society Locals and Personals-ALL ery. i for all the newspaper space he can and rest room for the women. The II school and probably a greater number -
k EXCLUSIVE. Ten cents a week I j I Four weeks ago the factory was civic societies of the city are 1 get; while the man of shoddy goods I I walls will be finished in plaster coves I I of girls in your seventh and
brings the Sentinel to your front door j j started and in record time it has beenI showing an interest in the coming Viand i' shady methods will thank the f fI I and moulds lined in gilt and ivory. : eighth grades should have the privilege -
daily. I completely finished. Already the storage midwinter fair that is worthy of emu- I<' printer to say nothing about him or [! Orders for the interior decorationshave I i of a thorough course in home
room is well filled to take care of lation by our business men. Practically his goods. been placed and shipment on I economics. Twenty-three of the high
SITUATION GETTING WORSE Ii advance orders. The some of them started this week. It in Florida
manufacturingend all of the societies have arranged There is a suggestion in all this for I schools now have such
of the business will be under the :, the business man to ponder on. Men i I is expected that it will be six or seven i courses, and I feel that Orlando
Rome Jan. 21. The international expert supervision of W. H. Rolff, of for space and will erect at- are known by the company they keep. j weeks before the room is ready for I i should provide for the same. Work
I I Ir
situation in Albania is growing much New York who has had much experience tractive booths and furnish them with The names of enterprising business j occupancy.M. :for boys in manual training and
worse. Essada Pasha only retains a in the business. easy chairs and invite people to rest houses are found in the newspapers; S. King is the architect. I courses for boys and girls in com-

foothold at Durazzo. The insurgentshave The factory is the epitome of clean- and look over pictures and literature they never miss an opportunity to 1 i :mercial work should also be introduced I

destroyed the light house of Ca- liness and sanitation. It is spotlessand appertaining to the object of that so- display their goods to public view; :NEAR DEATH'S DOOR I I as early as possible. Our public -
pordosi from which surveillance had patrons may be assured of a perfect ciety. they know the value of publicity. ( high schools should as much as
been maintained against the runningof i product. The factory is as near- There never. are too many placesfor i i The Sentinel, like all enterprising I Many friends in Orlando will exceedingly possible provide practical courses for
contraband arms. An attack on I I.ly fire proof as it is possible to build resting at these great gatheringsand newspapers gives much free space to i regret to learn that Mr. the boys and girls who attend and i
Melissori on the Montenegrin frontier! it. Mr. Hand will cater to a whole- the society or business house that noticing men d of enterprise and will i Elijah Hand, one of Orlando's fore- who will not be able to go farther in
is feared. sale trade and is prepared to meet or- provides such a place confers a favor make no exception to this rule at the : most citizens, snow lies at death's their education. Our best schools are
ders on a large scale, as the factoryis i upon the fair management and the fair. A city filled up with strangers i door and only awaits the summons of doing this and wonderful results are '
AUCTION SALE OF LOTS able to manufacture 500 gallons i public, besides placing a most pleas- all winter as Orlando is, must dependon I an All Loving; and Merciful Father, being obtained. Again your school
daily. ing advertisement of its purpose or the newspapers largely for their t I when he will- have surrendered his could do nothing that would be of
The three days sale of lots at auc- its wares before the world. No busi- information as to the places to go to 1 life for a better one. Mr. Hand has greater assistance to your city and
tion by the Colonial Land company at GIBBONS WON ON POINTS ness ever suffers from too much advertising and the places to avoid. !. been in feeble health for some time county than provide teacher training
Orange Park started yesterday and except illegitimate'business.The The appeal is to every man to get j I I and all that medical skill could do has courses in the eleventh and twelfth
wa well attended, many sales being l\Iilwaukee. Jan. 21v-Mike Gibbons, only man at the fair_ who will in line and boost the city by boosting t been of no aVaiL grades. Here young men and young
recorded. I II St. Paul middleweight, won on pointsover fear printer's ink is the man with a the fair. 'Boost every laudable enterprise I I women could secure a training, a
I Jimmy Clabby of Hammond.Ind. skin game. Every other man will be in the county. Take your horn THE WEATHER practical training in teaching school !

Send a souvenir folder of Orlando ., in their ten round nodecisionbout anxious to see the man with 'a pencil with you to the fair; leave your ham- 'I I I Florida: Fair Friday. Saturday, and thus be able to go out into your I
.. v to your friends. Curtis & O' 'c.I. her today. come around. mer at home. rain; colder in northwest portions. (Continued on page i
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On Beautiful Lake Lucerne, Orlando, Ha. C onths has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the

t k .me time it always has.

t Home Comforts Service Finest Rooms in City,
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Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front of Evans The Jeueler.


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f European Plan 15 West Pine St., I 6:;o;10.15 3:00 9.301 1.30, 6.00

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TOURISTS ATTENTION! .

We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando BELATED AEXICAN C NEWS\/ The, Melbourne Florida Citrus, will Groves plant Company 150; ':

Prepared by our New York Cook II acres to citrus trees this' year, besides '
establishing a with I F 'he J4a1rLzetOh : :
nursey
TELLS OF BATTLE
Bath Steam Heat. I
109 Rooms $1.00 .,50.000 seedlings for budding purposes. I CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water TWO LIVELY BATTLES ARE I I OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
SPECIAL KUESli AND SALT MEATSKept
FOUGHT IN MEXICAN
under the best unitary condition
EMPIRE HOTEL I
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Everything screened away from the flies. and kept fresh
:THIS and pure. .
54 Light Housekeeping Rooms 1,000 Soldiers; Participate. and I We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. have
Much Blood Is SpiltManyExecutions :
everything in the Meat Line.
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Mexico City, Jan. 15.-(By Courierto RED SOUR CHERRIESHUCKLEHERRIES NO. SO PINE STREET
This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout having heat, electric El Paso, Jan. 20.-Two of the
tights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with liveliest street battles that Mexico ,
PEACHES
lath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating bathing and fihI I City has ever seen occurred last; night I

ing. .Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. (Thursday, January 14) when casualties ; PEARS I WE NEVER TIRE J

___ _ __ _n_ ___.-___ numbered over fifty. One fight; RED RASPBERRIES I
occurred within six blocks of the national -
palace and was participated in In glass quart jars. Closingout Of singing the praises of Crane's Linen Lawn Stationer)'. It isn't

.' THE OSCEOLASTEAM by 600 soldiers of the army of the all our quart sizes at cost the "just as good" the "good enough" or "very good'; kind. It
north and 250 Zapatistas. is absolutely the finest Stationery made in America, and America -
While this battle was in progress price. leads the world in this class of manufactured goods. We
HEAT THROUGHOUT another group of Villistas and Zapa- have it in all the correct sizes shapes and tints. Your social
and business standing judged largely the kind of Stationery
and Robinson Ave. J. W. tistas clashed in front of the national by
Magnolia HURLEY
Manager arsenal. According to Colonel Carls you use. Furthermore it is a real pleasure to write on the
Dominguez inspector general of police CARUTHERS & GORE genuine Linen Lawn surface. You know this if you have triedit.
Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round 22 persons were killed in two If you have never tried it a new pleasure awaits you in your
letter writing.
European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite engagements.Since A
the fall of Puebla the followers Hew Modern G
Grocery W. S. BRANCH
of Villa and Zapata have been at ,
odds with each other. The Villa adherents -
The Arrade Book and Music Store"
freely criticised the fighting Phone 200
qualities of the southern soldiers aI
. lilts If while Zapata men taunted the Villista
; 1111 I 1 followers! because of the failure of 6 and 8 East Pine St.

Vila to send reinforcements to Za

pata.After I ;
the battles had been in pro
ress for two hours Villista reinforce-
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ments appeared and the Zapatistasmade -for FineWATCH .ar ..
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THE ARCADE HOTELJ. a dash out of the city taking CLOCK and I
refuge in nearby_hills. Between twen .
B. MAGRUDER. Jr., Prop. ty and thirty men were captured JEWELRY REPAIRING -

First Class Restaurant Livery and Autosin Many executions took place today. The can on c. VATER who I BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
situation here is extremely tense. LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS
Building in Connections i I is an expert at this trade I
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Effective from August 1, 1914 to August:
Orlando FI 1. IS LARGEST SUBMARINE'LJ. with many years experience 1.1U15 and guaranteed against any reduc

tion during that time: .
at Youngs Repair ShopOpp.
IF YOU WANT A LUNCH
Uncle Sam's Largest Submarine Post Office; Pine Street. Touring CarRunabout - $555.00 i
a MM HM H M MMMHW H M H M M
Yet Huilt for Amer- 1 I 505.00 '
worth the money come to Pope's Quick Lunch Counters. Our ican
Will .
Navy Develop ....
f. O. B. Orl. AH c rfarther. lal17 "laippeL
food is not cooked in front of where i
your eyes you are annoyed Great Speed
. effi.tng1
with the odors and heat, but in our sanitary kitchen. Try a cup hi .'utery.e will...1M.....e-tie.able .to. and.l taia the tile.i..K.a.... red I. ..* 1
Mr
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Mass.
of our Rowland Special Coffee, French Dripped. The price is Quincy Jan. 20.-The sub J......h.si.c 0. tan and Mt.ee..1 tlM.rt.e.t....... 4aU
only 5c. a cup. We offer you the best of service. marine L-1, to be launched at the .b..ld nh iM. pr...e-tlo.. w..gte. tt. .., a.the ,
And .e
yards of the Fore River Ship Build- i b.yer'.bare. frMa UI .. AU per Nr (_..r ....a
& Co.'s Lunch CountersChurch ing Corporation today, is the largest Aonvt 1915) t. vcry rvuui baser wb..p.rabs.re A...wF.r
Pope Quick
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submarine thus far built for the ur fcelween A.paa 1. 111& sad A O" U 1F.r
4 pnl"
tMae law plie.-
cmUra ncartliac
farther p.rt>
Street. Open from 5 a.m. to midnight American navy. She registers 450 OR. L. H. RAMSDELL sharing plan .. ,'aI 1
tons and measures 165 feet over all. OPTOMETRIST
If contract stipulations are fulfilled (SaeceMor t* Dr. O. P. LUi.i) F. G. RUSH. I
.IMIMMMMMIIMMiMiMMMMMIIMMMMilillMtREAL she will develop a speed of 14 knotson I ORLANDO. - HAJtilVA Phone 226
the surface and ten knots sub- WE FIT GLASSES. GRIND I.Iifw. t .
merged. The submarine, it is expected AND DO ALL KINDS OF
ESTATE will be ready for commission in OPTICAL REPAIRING
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I Crane Maitland of Summit.MAITLAND Fla.,. Jan.N. J.20.The,. are Misses spending j t
luveEtMeilt
Th Florida Real E Estate &
We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If Lake the winter Maitland.at the Kingsley homeon a .

you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call
Mrs. L. S. Matteson of Faribault,
and talk your wishes over with us. Minn., and Mrs. Powles and Miss Capital $50,000. Fully Paid) Up.
Powles of East Orange N. Y.,. are
The manager of this firm has had years of exper- recent arrivals at the Maitland Inn. Incorporated In Florida; Therefore Under State Control,
Mrs. PowTes and daughter have spent A ..
ience dealing in Florida investments having sold over a 'several seasons here and it speaks
i well of the hospitality of Dr. and Mrs ([The second party for Sebring from the westernpart'of
million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last
Stuart to have so many return year Michigan left Chicago Wednesday morning,

two years. after could year.be found Surely situated no prettier on a highpoint spot and will pass through Orlando on train No. 89 at 3.15

We are well posted on the value of all classes and of land whose banks slope toward
three beautiful lakes and surrounded a. m., on Friday, Jan. 22nd, in a special car.

:" kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all oaks. It by is one high of pines the most and popular stately ([The president of this Company will join them With

bargains in Real Estate and we want customers for Real hotels near Orlando. an Orlando party and extends an invitation to all people

Estate Bargains. Established 1870 who may feel interested in the youngest and most

R.132 E.Park COCKRAN Place New& CO.York Inc. progressive town in Florida. We guarantee most

Wholesale Dealers and Commission I agreeable surprise to all who join us. *'
:Merchants in Florida
WARING REAL ESTATE COMPANYR. Grapefruit Orangesand ([All who cannot join the party Friday afternoon, may! take train

Represented by same time (3:15: p. m.) Saturday, and Mr. Benedict will be pleased

Geo. W. lull, Orlando, Fla. to receive them upon their arrival.
D. WARING Manager Liberal advances made on con-

I Rooms 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 631 R. E.pninents.Cockran. Prudent. HENRY BENEDICT, PresidentOffice i

T. L. Turney Treasurer.l222m. ,
, .' 1115tfMM over Peoples National Bank. Phone $70

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I want..every man and womanin NEWTEMPERANGElEAGUEFormosa THIRD SEASON IN ORLANDO I,TO DAYTONA I THEN RETURN .

Orlando to see Colonial Hills i f "
I i
THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S
and Colonial Park.It Has Branch of the Mr. and Mrs. He\er of Keystone !I' Following Short Visit on East I

I Woman's Prohibition: League : Coast :Mr. and :MrsSimms -
makes no difference whether II State Delighted With Excellent | I TRANSFER'Dr.
of America-Is New '
I
you are interested in buying I Association Brand of 1915 | Will Return for Midwinter .

lots or not, all you have to do to. ,I HoridaVeathcr I Fair B. WIENENGA, Prop.

see these beautiful subdivisionsis There has just been organized at I re.1 I
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Beyer are Mr. and :Mrs. R. C. Simms are recent -
suburb of Orlando
Formosa new
) write, phone or call at CarlDann's temperance a league. This league a is to cent arrivals! here from their home in I arrivals here from Columbus i i Livery, Draying and HaulingWE

office. be known as The Florida Pioneer I'lttsburg, Pa., and are among the Ohio. They are particularly well ,
4 happy and contented guests at the 1 pleased with Orlando and Orange,
I want every person in Orlando Branch of the Woman's Prohibition
of America. New Lucerne, where they expect to I county, and are contemplating invest- i!
League
to see what can be accom- The of the new tem- remain until spring. Mr. and Mrs 1 ing'in a winter home. They are go- \I GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
headquarters
I
plished in thirty days. Colonial perance organization known as the Bejer are here for their third season in-r to Daytona for a daor two and !I
Hills really hills. There will down the East Coast return i
are are Woman's Prohibition League of and think Orlando an exceptionallygood go

five homes under construction, America is located in Richmond, Va.f place to come to escape the cold. ing to this city to take in the biggest I AUTO AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
The weather here pales into insignificance thing in Florida the Subtropical-
and several more under contractto This league differs from some other
when with the' winter Exposition. They will then !i I
be built. Colonial Hills has organizations, in that it includes men compared
I
'
wretched article we left in the Keystone remain here until the middle of' for Eight
as members as well as women. Country Driving or Ten Solicited
water, gas and lights. We are March.
Though the constitution provides thata State said Mr. Beyer.
building sidewalks and grad- .
woman shall be the president of HORSES FOR SALE
ing streets. each organization men can be elected ROSSMORE EVENTS OF INTEREST THE WEAUY WAR

Lots in Colonial Hills sell from to fill any of the other offices. The 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida :
Oh, let us talk of other things than
organization specializes on the liquor
$350.00 to $650.00. Lots in Colonial and of slain of spelling .
war heaps
traffic, and gladly co-operates with Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Read of Wau- ; i
Park sell from $175.00 to all other temperance organizations in seon, Ohio and Mr. and Mrs. A. A. bees and wedding rings, of crops and

$350, terms to suit everybody. combating the common enemy, "King Dorn, of Cleveland arrived last Tues- timely rain. We say the same things -
Alcohol. The energetic way in day to spend the winter here. o'er and o'er a million times a day,

-- which this organization took part in Mr. and Mrs. Vern Lee went to concerning Europe's crimson shore,
'
'
Kiasimmee last Wednesday.Mr. where foemen hack and slay; we crit-
the recent campaign in Virginia, Am Florida
I when there was such an overwhelming II. C. Luff left for New York icise the warring kings who brought Leaving j
CARL DANN city last Wednesday on a business such misery; oh, let's talk of other
majority of votes cast for prohi- And: HlSpecially Price my two Properties in Winter Park
things-of turnips or of tea! If talk- 1
bition, has already given it a standing trip.Mrs.
in the J. C. Palmer, Mrs. Harry Luff ing could accomplish peace I'd say to *
world. This
temperance A good 6-room house 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800
local league in Formosa has the distinction and Miss Eugenia Harrison spent j:, old and young, "Oh dope your jaws full bearing Orange, Grapefruit and Tangerine Tre s. Within two j
of being the first society or- last Wednesday in Kissimmee.Mr. I with axle grease and lubricate your blocks of Public School close to Depot and Post Office. In addition t
and tongue, and spiel until the welkinrings' to making a home this property will make a yearly return on
Mrs. D. S. Williams and
ganized outside of the state of Vir- the investment of from 10 25 according to and'market
to per cent crop
SOMETHING NICE! ginia. Two very enthusiastic meet- Dr. and Mrs. II. L. Older, of Morenci, ,, -but talk will ne'er do that; conditions price $8,500.00; also .1'
Mich., registered at Rpssmore Inn last :{j i so let us talk of other things the
ings have already been held and the My Residence Property in Winter Park 12-room, New Modem
membership is on the increase. Dr. Friday. They will spend the winter :!I corn crop or the cat. It is not good dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front. 20 acres of
Two Beautiful Cci ding Lots I in Windermere. '': to thrash away at one eternal theme, land highly improved, 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees irrigated
Olive Ingersoll was elected as presi- I'lot I garden. Property is close in, well located close to the new
dream by night and talk by dayEurope.s
j
On South Orange Avenue, dent, Mrs L. T. Crisler vice-president Mr. and Mrs. Vern Lee Mr. and I I' Country Club House and Golf Links a property good enough for
near Lake Lucerne and Mr. E. L. Winn secretarytreasurer. Mrs. H. L. Lyon and Miss Harrison 'of. frenzied scream; to hum the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale $16-
splen- Doubtless this is the beginning motored to Clearmont Sunday. the song an army sings while march- 500. and will give possession in 30 days.
did view of the lake only Mr. and Mrs. J. M. McElroy and I t I ing to its doom; so let us talk of oth- See owner only. Write or phone me for a date and I will Bend j
i of more societies that will be .
2 1-2 blocks from business I organized many in Florida and possibly a Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Fort, of Orlando. i|I er things of buttercups in bloom; oh, my car to any place in Orange County to show you these properties.

center nice big shade trees state organization in time. dined ,at Rossmore Inn last Friday'I! it were wise to have our breath to ED. F. I ERZ }KL .

shrubbery, &c.. adjourning night. j I talk. 'of Christmas joys; of things .
'I BOX 35, WINTER PARK FLORIDA
which not in death of
lot Mrs. W. S. Brown Mrs. are steeped
of the Ralph
to one best res GOV. TRAMMELL MAY MAKE
mistletoe and Mason. Orange County's College>> City and one of Florida's Prettiest places.
dences in city.-For sale by RACE Kline and Miss Buckley spent Monday toys.-Walt I ,
in Orlando. .
WALTER W. ROSE Tallahassee, Jan. .-Friends of The diner and dance given at Ross A solid carload of hogs were'shipped I
more Inn last Friday from Alachoa County one day last
REAL ESTATE Governor Park Trammell since the night was a
Room* I A 3 Watkins Block II announcement that State Senator most enjoyable affair, about fifty week to the new packing house of the
I
WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver
guests being served at dinner. Moultrie Packing Company at Moul-
Phqne 55 Henry J. Drane of Lakeland, would I i
I become a candidate are urging him Mr. Edgar A. Wright of the Flor- ..trie, Georgia. This this is the first hear this before Let the Delicatessen Man do it. -
to make the race for congress from ida Grower spent last Friday in Win impulse felt by the establishment of Something new v Something New !
,
the first district in the dermere, the guest of the Board of an up-to-date packing house centrally Try it. Ask Abotr. it.
coming elec Lunch for the table. For for for
ready two,
OSTEOPATHDR. Complete put up one
tions. Friends feel certain that the Trade. lIe was entertained at Rosa- located for Middle Florida, and is the three or more '

chief executive will make the race, more Inn, and expressed his pleasurein forerunner of a rapidly increasing a stock of good things to eat on hand
such business.-Florida Grower. COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES
JOSEPHINE HARPER but confirmation is impossible be- finding a modem and com-
hotel has been POTATO SALADJ.
plete
as erected here.A
Office corner Orange Avenue and cause of the governor's absence down
.
Church St., Davis & McNeil Bid?.. hte East Coast, where he is inspect- number of young people from The Empire, Chase & Co., and R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'S
Phone 419. I ing the state dredge operations. Orlando motored out last Friday Crutchfield & Woolfolk's packinghouses Phone 26 BakeryBctrdrn's i
1 night to enjoy the weekly dance given at Cresent City have resumed

Read the clasified ads. I Get the news in the Sentinel first at Rossmore Inn. business.
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QUITTING ALIE"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. 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 SWEATERSMEN'S BELTS AND.SUSPENDERSWOOL BLANKETS-

Misses Winter CoatsJUST HALF PRICE 50c. kind for ----------___________________40c $5.50 kind for .-------------------------$3.50COTTON

Misses! Winter Coats _______JUST HALF PRICE 35c. kind for -_____ ______________________25c
Misses SweatersJUST HALF PRICE 25c kind for _- : _________20c BLANKETS
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$2.75 kind for $2.00
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MEN'S COLLARS INFANTS RUBENS- $2.50 kind for -: _$g .
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Any at ______________20c $1.50 kind for ______$1.10
15c. kind -------------------- --------------------
---------------_________________I0c
$125.00 kind for .
By the dozen or balance of box -_____________9c LADIES HANDKERCHIEFS -------------------------95c

LADIES LONG SILK GLOVES- 35c. kind for _____________________________25c LADIES FLANNELETTE GOWNS-

25c. kind for _____________________________20c $1.00 kind for ____gOc
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$1.00 for _________80c kind ----- .
----------------------- 75c. for 2 _
LADIES VESTS ----------------*-- -------- 55c

LADIES SHORT SILK GLOVES- 50c. kind for 40c 60c. kind for -------------------------___45c
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50c kind for 35c. kind for _____________________________25c 50c. kind. for ----------------------------_4Qc "
_______40c
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25c. kind for' ---------------- ------------20c MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
;- Same: Reductions
LADIES OR GENTLEMEN'S UMBRELLASLADIES CORSETS

$<)00 kind for' $2.00 $3.00 kind for -_________________________$2.00 MEN'S ECLIPSE SHIRTS- ,
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------------------- $1.50 kind for IIS
$2.00 kind for --------------------------$
$ 50 kind for <) $1 SO
$...00 --------------------------
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-------------- $1.00 kind for 80c
$1.50 kind for ----------------------------
$ .00 kind for $1.00
$1 50 --------------------------
$1.50 kind for ====::::======:=::::::::::$1:15: $1.00 kind for ____________________________SOc MEN'S WORK SHIRTS-

$1.25 kind for -------------------_______$1.00 COAT SUITS AND HATS- 50c. kind for _______________________-___40cMEN'S
$1.00 kind for --------------- -__________80c Many kinds of Heavy Winter Goods and Hats willbe
sold at any price, no reasonable offer will be" HEAVY UNDERWEARbe -

MEN'S WOOL FLANNEL SHIRTS- refused. kind for ------____________________.40c

$2.00 kind for ___$1.50 FRUIT OF THE LOOM MEN'S UNION SUITS- ,
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1...yGc. kind for _____ 09c 4
---------- ------------ kind for
$1.00 ___-_____75c l
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BOYS BLOUSES AND SHIRTS- Special Nainsook finish, 12c. kind for _____09c

Hope Muslin, lOc. kind for ________________08c SILK HOSE- i
50c. kind for --------------------- ____40c35c i
---- Ginghams, lOc. kind for ___ 08c $1.00 kind for -: ___l___75c
-------------- ------------------- ----- 1
kind for --------------------------___25c Ginghams, 12V&C. kind for lOc SOc kind for .:. _________40c
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25c. kind for -----------------------_____20e. Percales, 12 $e. kind for lOc 35c. kind for -- ____ 25c
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Sale began Monday morning, January llth at 7 o'clock 1

And will continue as long as there is anything felt.


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THE DAILY STATE HIGH SCHOOL INSPECTOR DIAMONDS! TODAY ONLY FRI I II .
Here is and .
URGES BETTER "'. a Bargain
EQUIPMENT DAY. JANUARY 22
South Florida SentinelMORNING I If

AND WEEKLYW. (Continued from 1) By special with of I Should be Snappedup II
II. GLENN ................>....EdJUr page arrangement One
W. ESSINGTON. ... ..Boinru Manager urral and small town schools and do the largest diamond importers and I
efficient and effective service for their cutters of New York we will have on by Speculators. !
Entered at the pmtofficc at Orlando. Florid -
*. a. Second Claw Mail Mmttgr._ county and state. Many of your high display and sale some hardsome gemsat -
school graduates teach some, why not attractive pricesall sizes and ,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
DaiJ 1 Year 15.00 have your high school provide courses ,prices. Come in and let us show you. rI
Daily. 6 Month Z.SO for them that will specially equip T. H. EVANS. Jeweler. I
Daily. S Month 1.25
Daily. 1 Month ..M"i them for this great work.I 1-22-ltc f li
'. Weekly.:'" Y; u-:-::::.- n.00 realize that I am urging for the Forty-five acres in the Lake

ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN introduction of several important Included among the arrivals in Or- Conway District where like
ADVANCETO courses, but I do not feel that I have lando yesterday afternoon from An- !

ADVERTISERS: recommended more than Orlando is niston, Ala., were Mr. and Mrs. M. S. property is selling from $100to

Ccpr f.r display and all ether band-.et able to finance, or more than she Reyle, who are here to spend the remainder $125 per acre This tractis OUR'
advcrticinc matt be handra in at the ....ille..
When I
should at once introduce. of the winter.
office .f the Sentinel n.t later than 2 p. m.U They were surrounded by fine :
I >. day before publication. This nl applirato saw the wonderful advancement that here for a while last season and fell young}:
chanre for contract adxrtiiinc it UbtTariablc
and will be trictly adhered: to. your city is making I at once realized in love with this section, and intendto groves. Is heavily timberedand

that greater things should be done try to visit here every season. is very rich soil. Owneris
Subeeriben desiring The Sentinel discontinued for school.
should notify the office in writing on your a non-reiident and has instructed -
the date of expiration otherwise it will be Your new $160,000 sewerage and :Messrs. T. F. Mann Fond C. A. Roberts -
continued until notice at to the stop regular is received.subscription. rates drainage system, your $300,000 worthof two of Winter Garden's wide- us to sell this property i

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Telephone r u. u. 24 brick streets now being laid, your awake business men and boosters at only sixty dollars per

FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1915.Slogan $600,000 county brick roads, your new spent yesterday in Orlando looking )j!i I acre.
-- ----- jail[ improved court house, city hall, after business matters. They are REMN'ANT 0
No.1: "Orlando-the In- I and fire department, your three mag- both live wires and boosters for West )j -

comparable!" nificent new churches, costing not less Orange and report business and i, .
o than $100,000, your new park and things in general as being good. The |I Cooper & Atha

It's as easy to begin loafing as it strong banks, and a thousand other Sentinel received a pleasant visit. i.
is hard to stop. improvements indicate to me that 114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor
o your school should receive your atten- PRICES STEADILY ADVANCINGA Phone No. 311 4

'It is up to you to make the Sub- tion next.I diamond is a good investmentand
tropical Fair a success. urge upon you and your board the at the same time a source of considerable '
consideration of the above recom- pleasure to the wearer. See
o
Worry kills more people than work, mendations and I trust that each one our special one day sale and display. ': VENEER CORES I SALE

C because more go up against it. of your members! along with your T. H. Evans. ltc : .
$1.25
0 county board will see to it that your j

L-l is the name of Uncle Sam's children and your neighbor's children II Mrs. J. Brown and Mrs. W. Lewis, Per Strand .
Up .
largest submarine. Why not name receive that support and recognition of Cooperstown N. Y., who are spend-
it A-l? which will enable them to enjoy to' ing the winter in Orlando, guests at FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND
o the fullest the great advances and 'the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Williams OAK WOOD

Winter'is with the country about improvements that they see being'I on Robinson avenue, left yesterday Orlando Wood YardB. is
three months, but THAW is with us made around about them. These high afternoon for Florence Villa,
school boys and girls who are expected W. Kingsley, Proprietor .
all the time. where they will spend a week with
PINE STREET AND K. R.
o to pay much of the taxes that are I friends, returning ot this city where Telephone 344
It's dollars to doughnuts that from now being voted should be so trained they will remain until late in thespring. 9-30 ,
now on we can look for the genuine that they will be enabled to meet 'I k'
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Florida brand.A these conditions as intelligent men '
and women. ] -
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state fair is a good idea but If at any time I can be of any ser- I 1 odayEvery

Jacksonville is not the city for tie vice to you in any way in helping you I I
stage setting. advance the cause of education in

0 your city or county please call uponme.

, So there is a fool born every minute . -
? This would be a tiresome old Cordially yours, I
world if there was none but philoso- JNO. A. THACKSTON,
phers in it. State High School Inspector.
o TRADE OR SELLForty

Which would you rather be, a NOTICE BY BOY SCOUTS
crowned head in Europe or an Or-
Remnant in the
lando knocker? There is only one Boy Scouts of both troops 3 and 4
answer, for Orlando has no knockers. who intend to go on a hike Saturdayare

o requested to be present at the Store on Salemanyi
"Help Florida," shrieks the Jacksonville M. E. church on Friday night at 7 acres of high Pine Land covered with heavy goes

Metropolis, and adds "Plant o'clock.
growth of virgin timber enclosed with new hog proof
Hens." Why not add "Help Florida Scoutmasters Woodnick and Lind--. at

and plant, more diversified products sey. fence. Very comfortable dwelling in first-class condition, i s
. and build more factories and encour- i 1i '
, age more industries." TRI-MITS WIN and excellent barn. Good water. Located at Fort Christmas. -

o i /2.
The Orlando Sentinel claims an In- Tri-Mu beat the Rollins Second Owner purchased: this place and fixed it up for .

dian summer day now and then. We team last night at the Armory in bas-
hunting lodge and wishes to sell it for cash will
now or
have had some of those things ourselves ket ball in an exciting game by the .

and when we have more of score of 17 to 12. Tri-Mu will play trade for other property. No objection to putting in ad- and less than
them, we want the weather man to Kissimmee Thursday, night at the
change the tribe of Indians. The In- Armory. ditional money, if your property has the value. This is

dian summer days we have had repre-
sent the Apache tribe- sun shines I GRIFFING'S ROSES an opportunity for somebody. 1

awhile, then it rains like Billy-Sun- I Office. No. 116 S. Orange Ave. P PICeI
January 21, 1915. 2Silks
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day. We don't care for a patchy In- Mr. W. II. Brokaw, Orlando, Fla. ; ,
dian summer weather this time of the Dear Sir-One White Cochet Rose I
year, thank you. Give us our weather which I bought from you' last March : .
had thirty-two at time. An-
out of the whole cloth, either goodor roses one
other
climber has not only bloomed Dress 'Goods
bad, and let it go at that.-Jacksonville freely, but has a growth of twentytwo ; ,
Metropolis. feet. This is nine months from S. Y. WAY I
o planting. Yours very truly,
FORGETTING (Signed) O. A. Mcintosh, Laces Embroideries
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City Inspector.. ,
It seems to be a simple matter to 1-22-ltc >
Insurance and Real Estate I
forget. A good deed is soon forgotten Agent Ii

; a tragedy passes; a calamity be- INVEST SAFELYIn i Ginghams, Linens,
comes a thing of the past. In the
busy, hum-drum, everyday life mat- diamonds; nothing more beautifulor PHONE 172
ters are serious for a short time then lasting as a gift. T. H. Evans..lie Woolens Curtain
fade away on the horizon of. one's ,

memory. The San Francisco disaster FOR SALE-A good upright piano, . :.
i is almost erased from the memory of hotel.very cheap. Inquire at 1-22-3tc Orland Goods Wash Goods
the majority of the people; the Titan- ,

ic's fate has not endured; the Iroquoisfire FOR SALE-A trio of bronze turkeys
in Chicago is not a center for for breeding. Telephone Ensign, Etc. Etc. Etc. .
one's thoughts; and the recent Italian 559, ring 4. 1-22-6tc ,

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not a tense subject.
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If one could forget personal differ-
ences; unhappy and unpleasant inci- WESTERN UNION

dents; and the rasping turns of sharp Every End at.l
commercialism as easily as forgettingthe Price
real and immense disasters in life 2''
NIGHT LETTER and Less than.
the world would be a better sphere, ..
and society would be improved.
THEO. N. VAIL, President
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STEADY, PLEASE- I ..
What is the matter with the editorof .
RECEIVED AT
the Jacksonville Times-Union?

Either he is off the political reserva- 3J QO BG 47NL 3 EXQ .
tion or the Democratic administrationis .

recreant to its historic principles.In TAMPA. FLA., 20 JAN.

Wednesday's issue the. editor of MGR. LUCERNE THEATRE,
that paper charges President Wilson a -
with being a dictator, which is con- ORLANDO, FLA.
trary to the' principles of the partyof -

Jefferson and Jackson, and contrary '... THE PERFORMANCE OF IL TROVATORE WHICH THE BOS- DICKSON IVES( CO.

to the professions Woodrow : TON ENGLISH OPERA COMPANY GAVE HERE TO-NIGHT CAN ..
Wilson before he wast elected presi-
.. BEST BE DESCRIBED AS WON DERFUL. THE PRINCIPALS ARE ,
dent. The editor also says that the
diplomacy of Bryan is of a cheap, GREAT ARTISTS AND ENTIRE COMPANY IS EXCELLENT. A .DEPARTMENT STORE.

undemocratic character. It may be CAPACITY HOUSE SIMPLY WENT WILD WITH DELIGHT. YOU
.. .,
that Wilson, like Cleveland found a CANNOT PRAISE THEM TOO MUCH.
horses his ,". ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
team of wild on hands and -
found it necessary to use heroic methods MRS. T. \V. PARSONS, I The Store of true service, of never-failing courtesy .

to carry out the policies of tht MANAGER, TAMPA-BAY CASINO.. Jj' of fair dealing of trust-worthy merchandise -
party. Our distinguished contempo ... I at right prices
his shirt 740A .. I -
rary should keep en sit ORLANDO FLORIDA
steady in the boat, "watch and wait'
for the coming of the Lord.


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Open 2 I
p. m. and 6:30 p. m. ,
By Miss Eliza Wright -
TO-DAY
Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254 Admission 5 cents '

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WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR Mrs. Thompson, Hostess .tll..III..IIIIIIIIIII
Mrs. Leroy Thompson, of "The TODAY'S PROGRAM
jf January 22nd-23r. 'Overlook Concord Park, entertained 4-Reels-- t BAGSAT

Friday I I at auction bridge yesterday afternoon.The Golden SeaL "Lucille Love, the i
Nnllos Club; Mrs. F. D. Carr. I guests were Mrs. Harding, Mrs. Daniel Frohman presents Girl of :Mystery eighth episode in COST

Fortnightly Literary Club, Cathe- Johnson, Mrs. Nason, Mrs. Worthley, two parts.
Victor. J. Warren Kerrigan in We have number of these in all sizes L
dral schooL Mrs. Gage, Mrs. F. F. Thompson, WILLIAM FAR N U MIn 'j "Value Receded," a spectacular drama a bags

Boston Grand Saturday'Opera. Lucerne thea- |I i>I Mrs. Mead, Mrs. Clum, Miss Mae De- Wilson Barrett's I, in two parts. I that we will close out at cost.MANICURE.
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t" I I vine, and Miss Marion Nye, honors ---I i!
Belgian relief card party; Mrs.Wm. ': going to Mrs. Clum.Concerning Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Mather Smith, '
R. O'Neal and Miss O'Neal, hostesses. -a- "THE SIGN OF THE CROSS who have returned to their home in

t Baptist Church-o- ReceptionThe I I Fair Display Oakland, were in Orlando yesterday

ladies of the Baptist church I j:' The ladies' department of the fair M_ ;.
gave a most delightful reception to will be larger and more beautiful ,,1' .- i!;} tl1'm-t.-t.....'. ," iIil I'Mrs. Smith spend their summers in''
the church members and tourist than ever this year. Mrs. L. U. Z. Highland Park, 111., but are always
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friends on Thursday afternoon at the Zimmerman, of Kissimmee, will be in I It/ ;;], , iflz-l! t. delighted to get back to their pretty I

pastorium. The drawing room and charge of the hand painted china de I """fi".m(;; '<". .r./ F JII home in Orange county. I II. AT COST
partment. She has been a pupil of
halls were decorated with vases of ** N ,< X \j .....
beautiful and carnations several noted teachers in the East. : ,_5 <%it'vi b5,<'53_ -.*>T2i f i VT 0ar.; NO TAXES; GOOD INVESTMENT .
pink roses 'f.
: of the
1flt" Any sets we have will be sold at low
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and asparagus fern was twined gracefully | There will be quite a display by many I 11"1" -:$4: ,"I ; .. I.
around the chandeliers. Dr. artists. I- ''" "' -s.. 41'm! .[ You can wear a diamond. Come in i figures.
- l J" "' and see us today. We will explain
Poulson and the officers of the Ladies' | F 4P j .
Aid Society, Mrs. Poulson, Mrs. J. P. Society Briefs I it to you. T. II. Evans. ltc : STERLING

Holbrook, Mrs. Frank Rogero, Mrs. Miss Sarah Slemons received a wire JJ . .. j ji
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that Miss Emily Miller\ and Miss Fan- I ::: i FRENCH IVORY n.'U n.
Alfred Bumby, and Mrs. A. P. Curry, L Ll ," ... I -
received the guests in the hall as they nie Raga Dosser, from Johnson City, i I : .. O +'

entered. Other laides of the church Tenn., will arrive on the Tampa Spe- I. ,, .........:.'} ""% oI ., LucerneTODAY SILVER PLATED
introduced every one to each other cial on Saturday to be her guests for I .;. g.".$< : U

and assisted in entertaining the several weeks.Dr. j .lll ,_,,_ .
guests. The table at which Mrs. I It Cornell, of Las Cruces, New I f __ .p-yt2: *

Lloyd S. Tenny and Mrs. Samuel Mexico, made a few days visit to his :tt --- -

Newell poured tea was lighted with sister, Mrs. Cliff Krox, on Lake Cher- ..Alle & Co.

four candelabrums, pink shaded. A okee, who has been quite ilL I IA Stupendous and Impressive ,

shower of roses and asparagus fern I JEWELERS
hung over it from the chandelier.I Dr. P. P. Pillans, who has been visiting -J Film Version of this Great Sub-

Tiny crocheted bonbon baskets and his parents, Mr. and Mrs.\ J. C. lime Drama. EVERYTHING GUARANTEED PROMPT REPAIRING '
cut glass and silver tea service Pillans, at Electra, left today for his
home in Orlando. He was i "ON THE LEDGE"A
adorned the table. Misses Alma De- accompa-
Laney :Mayme Thornotn, Irene John- nied by his sister, Miss Dixie Pillans, I A PARAMOUNT PICTUREIn JLXm -u. .JOE
son, Fannie Tucker, and Norma i I v i, who wil the his guest for several I reliance Feature complete in
'I weeks.-Ocala Star. Five Magniflcient Parts two parts.
Bunch were the attractive young la- j
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I Mrs. W. R. Anno, of Jacksonville,
Thompson delighted the guests! i
with several selections and daughter, Mrs. Forrest Lake of 1 Rhan.
in her
singing W. S. Coleman. W. R. 'j'jIf
lovely and pleasing manner. Nearlytwo I'Sanford, arrived in Orlando yester- "AMBROSE'S FIRST FALSE-

hundred friends called duringthe I I day afternoon and are the guests of!Mr. Fritz Hauer will appear in HOOD."
afternoon about Mrs.\ C. E. Hart and daughter Miss I If !
including twen-i .
ty-five men of the congregation. The I Margaret, at their home, 404 Magnolia his pleasing solo work. SUN PROOF PAINT and sat
I A Keystone Comedy. Null
avenue.
Baptists are building a handsome new inseparable
i isfaction are as as
church edifice which they hope to occupy said. : 1
in sixty days.. Mrs. F. A. Seeber and mother, Mrs.E. freckles and red hair. Ask the
Granger, of Waterloo, Wis.,are in
- Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co,
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Orlando for their second winter and 20 cents
10 cents .
Here and There Club
are pleasantly located at "The Pines." 205 So. Orange Avenue. -
The Here and There Club was en-I I Coming from a part of the country SAME LITTLE PRICES
tertained by Mrs. Whittier on Thurs- I Phone 261
where the thermometer drops below I
day afternoon. The ladies enjoyedthe I ,AUCTION SALE MONDAYBig .
informal gathering and crochetedand I zero and remains for several weeks, OH JUNE, HOW COULD I
they consider it a blessing to be here. I a
sewed while chatting. Dainty refreshments YOU ?
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were served by the hos- Auction Sale of Choice Tennessee j
Mr.\ J. B. Akron and wife and J. Y. I a
tess. Jones and family, of Cincinnati, Ohio, Horses and MulesIn .. a
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came to Orlando yesterday and will
Mrs. Boone in KentuckyThe make this their permanent home. Orlando at J. B. Magruder's, Jr.\\I
charmng wife of Dr. Cassius I I They will build two good dwellings in 12:30 Stables p., next m. Monday L. E. Bates, January arrived 25 FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM. R. O'NEAL
Boone is much missed
from the
very the northeast of the lots with
part city on the city Wednesday morning one
city by her friends. The following which they purchased last winter full car load of horses and mules direct I
i* copied from the Louisville Times: while here. from Tennessee. In the toad are Established 1886
"Mrs. C. A. Boone, of Orlando, Fla., 10 horses and 11 mules, as good as l
shipped to imuni/ *ue
were ever
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James James and son, horses consist of heavy draft horses, ,i
B. A. Dance, at their home, "Cres- Abel, and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Caldwell farm horses, matched teams fancy

cent Hill." A number of entertain- of Cottage Grove, Indiana, are drivers sist of and matched saddlers.teams The and mules single con CURTIS &. .O'NEAL

ments have already been given in with Mrs. T. II. Fuller, 307 East Pine mules, weighing 1,000 to 1,300 pounds,
honor of Mrs.\ Boone, among which street. This is their first visit to with shape and quality. This stock is .
was a buffet luncheon given by Mrs. Florida and they are delighted with all thoroughly broke and acclimated. INSURANCE LOANS
Huston Any one wanting to buy at private
Quin on last Tuesday, Janu- Orlando and contemplate investing in
sale or exchange can do so at any"time
ary 12th. On Wednesday Mrs. Worth real estate. before the auction sale next .
Morris entertained with a dinner par- Monday noon. Call at the stables and REAL; ESTATE RENTALS
ty in Mrs. Boone's honor. On Thurs- look them over. .
Rev. W. B. Lowry and wife, who .
day evening Mr. William Fitch Hinkle have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jesse

gave a beautiful dinner at the Pen- Allen at their home, 206 East Church I GEMS FIT FOR A QUEEN ," .. i .<; ; .
dennis Club, followed by a theatre street, left yesterday for their home '
party MaCauleys.:: On Friday Mrs. in Nashville, Tenn. Rev. Lowry is I Today is diamond day. We have

Edward L. Quest gave a matinee par- one of the able presiding elders in I made arrangements for a big display :{ RENT...Ban alo 5 Rooms Furnished South Main
in and : FO : ; ,
ty at Keith's, followed by a luncheonat the M. E. Church, South, in that i and sale. One day only. Call
Klein's. state. talk it over. T. II. Evans. Itc Street. .
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W. C. T. U. "Due Social" Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Gay arrived in !OSTEOPATHYDR. .
The ladies of the W. C. T. U. will Orlando last night over the Atlantic Seven Room House, South Orlando. .

give a "due social" in the parlors of Coast Line from Pine Grove, Ky., and ,-
the Methodist church this afternoon. are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. c. HOWELL
OsteopaU"i Surgeon Two New Five Room Houses South West Orlando.
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Each member is
supposed to come Butt at their home on Robinson ave- Kirksville Graduate I
and bring her dues. A musical pro- nue. These estimable people have l iii uildlion free
gram will be given and tea and sand- visited Orlando upon several occa- OSce Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan A

wiches served. Visiting W. C. T. U. sions and have HoteL -
many friends who will I Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
members cordially invited. extend them a warm welcome. Orlando, Fla. t -.1181111 ; .1 i ,; :. It. I' J . If . . . . I a . I. '.1' I> I .

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: SENTINELWANTS 10-25-tf to adults only. 409 Delaney street. acid ShinglesOBLANDO

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WANTED-To buy a light, inexpensive -
car, Ford 'preferred. Address .&z1lK&
"Car." care Sentinel. 1-20-St

Now is the time to order GRIF- r
The Morning\ Sentinel Want FING'S ROSES. W. II. Brokaw.
Directory is tIe Greatest Want salesman. 12-16-tf
Ad Medium in urlando. ,
IF YOU ARE LOUKlisu tor well
Terms Cash in Advance. rooted orange:: and grapefruit buds,
see II. C. McDaniel. Phone 708. ,
RATES

For One Day ______________23t; TEN ACRES overlooking Orlando
For Three Days ____________50c all cleared; fine land; good home; Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection LimeSUBTROPICAL
I For Six Days ______________75c site. 2000. H. C. McDaniel. Phone
HE HAS ARRIVED. WHO? For One Month ____________$%.0 708. --- --------- ----- ---
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This; rate applies on all ads of
Homeseeker i 25 words or less. If the ad con- PUTTYLESS WINDOW SASHTheowner
Mr. says:
tains more than 25 words the rate wants to trade full right of tMIIMIIimillilltlllllMIIIMMIIMIIIMMMMIIUMIIIIIIilMIMillllM III*
"I have now decided will be one cent per word for Florida to make and sell for Orlando
each additional word for each in- flat located.
centrally Call 407 Jackson -
I LWILL BUY IN ORLANDOThis sertion.If street, evenings at 6 o'clock.
you can't bring your ad to 1-17-6t-
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- EXPOSITIONMIDWINTER
is the most uptodateand
counts opened by telephone will be BUYERS AND SELLERSI
cleanest city I have seen. payable the following day. buy, sell rent, and exchange real
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
THE PEOPLE ARE MORE Every Home-Every Business over 30 years. Have handled over -,- --
Every Man has use for aSentinel $20,000,000. Call and see m,.
PROGRESSIVEIt Want Ad. 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. .

presents the best general
FOR CORNS bunions ingrowingnails
appearance of any place I FOR SALE see the chiropodist for men OEL. TAO FL.
have visited." and women. L. J. Mustard, over Mc- .. ... .. ... .
Elroy's drug store, 117 Orange ave
We specialize In Orlando FOR SALE-Country Gentleman, nue. Pedicure and manicure.

City Homes and will be Golden Evergreen Dent, Hickory Corn.King Get andStovell's my 1-16-lmc PEB. 9-13 1915EDUCATIONAL

pleased to have you call and prices. J. L. Dean City Drug Store, ,
and let us show you our real next to Arcade. 1-20-12tc NICHOLAS & NICHOLAS .
MANUFACTURE all classes of hairgoods .
values in this class of property -
FOR SALE Modern home. 7 rooms, priced reasonable and work : =
hall, bath screened porch, extra first class. Can and see us at 303 .
large closets and trunk room; locatedin Garland street. 1-6-lmo : .
first class residential district; 5 Embracing-Agriculture Horticulture Floriculture Domestic
ORLANDO BUILDING LAND COII : ,
minutes from postoffice. For quick ATTENTION-$700! corner lot, good
sale will take $2,500. Terms. Inquireof location, two blocks north of Lake : Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry, :
owner, 312 North Main. l-20-12tc Eola, $500; must sell; would consider
North Orange Avenue small car part payment. E. R. T. : and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports
PHONE 608 Box 122. 1-17-Ct
THREE LOTS and five house
a room ,
located on Ohio avenue, in Oak- I AreoplansLectures and Entertainments of all kinds ,
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL: wood Park,for sale. For further in- WE HAVE NOW READY FOR DE--
formation call at tent on Ohio ave- LIVERY Irish Potatoes, warranted
FRED B. DALE 1-19-6t- free from. scab or other diseases.
. C. H. BRYANT nue. Drop me a card or phone 708 and let
us talk over your requirements. ]I I -For Information or premium list address
DAVIS GilES CounselF. FOR SALE-Six cylinder Thomas will make it to our mutual advan-

A. PEPPERCORN. Contractor new touring tires car; ,an in excellent good condition motor;; four cost tage. H. C. McDanieL i WM.\ R. O'NEAL, See'y H. H. DICKSON, Pres.

4,500 new; will sell cheap for cash or NOTICl I have accepted agency for ,
take a good Ford touring car as part Wilson & Toomer's fertilizers in
payment Address P. O. Box No 2, Orange county and will appreciate 11111111.11111111111..111111..1..111111.1111111111811IIII. . .IIIIII.II.III. "I
Formosa, Fla. 1.19-6t- the patronage of their old customers,
DIXIE
LIMITED"Between and hope to make new friends for tiffs
FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock firm Their Ideal brands are too well
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and tools best farm in county; variety known for any comment at my hands. ,
fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- My experience as a grower of both -
to-date buildings etc. Room 3. Rock fruit and vegetables, warrants we in
J draonville: Chicago and St. Louis Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- saying as their agent, I can be of
er. l-16-tfc real service tc those!' who have grove
Reestablished January 6, 1915 trouble. I am prepared to give to yur. $Re rJ" '
my patrons not only my own experience -
Nort bound-D FOR SALE-A very attractive sub- but that of the firm, which cow
i Southbound .
urban home situated on north bank ers every detail of the citrus and veg-
9:35 am Lv. Jackaoov'e Ar. 7:30 pm of Lake Concord; high elevation; citrus industry. II. C. McDaniel '
5K)8pmAr.) Macon L..11:45 am high elevation; command view of Phone 708.EIGHTEEN. - -
8:03pmAr. Atlanta Lv. 8:35 am three large lakes; in the prettiest
12:18 am Ar. Chattan'ga Lv.. 4:37 am suburb of Orlando; lot sUe 158x1320 AND A HALF ACRESof
4.50 am Ar. Nashville r.....12.10am feet, fronts 158 feet private lake front land on Lake Gatlin; sixteen: in KINCAID a1 eOrlando's
9:28 am Ar. Evansville Lv. and 158 feet Lakeview has
7:30pm on avenue; five year old oranges and grapefruit; SNOWDEN .
6:35 pm Ar. Chicago Lv.11:30 am 65 young citrus trees, all varieties. overlooks four lakes; in perfect con- j
2:59 pm Ar. St. Louis Lv.215 pm This is a choice piece of property. dition. Price 12000. Nothing bet-
Will be sold very low to a quick buyer. ter in Florida, unless it is the prop-
Solid Train Compartmei.t-Obsen-a- See the owner at 98 Lakeview erty below described.

tion ears, Standard Pullman ears and aVenue. 1-lS-Gt .
ooaches between Jacksonville and TWENTY ACRES in good neighborhood Largest and Cheapest
Chicago. Standard Pullman sleepers FOR SALE-Story &: Clark upright ; fine land; 10 acres in bear-
Jackson Mlle to St. Louis.DINING grand piano won by Miss Myrtle ing trees; good lake protection; good
I Weeks in the recent contest will be crop on trees- Price $10,000, with
sold for benefit of Baptist church fruit; or owner will keep fruit, de- FURNITURE HOUSECor.
CARS building fund. Piano may be seen ducting $2,000 for same. Offered only
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E.. for reasons beyond owners control.
Weeks 10 Washington street. See II. C. McDaniel for particulars.

Atlantic Coast!Line 1-13-tfc Phone 7C8. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando -

Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. FOR SALE-To those- only who have BUILDNG LOTS
cash capital to invest in winter I I I
Desirable house lots for sale
at the
homes; also big acreage in groves and
G. KIRKLAND. D. P. JL,, trucking lands. Address Box 814,, corner of Amelia and Kentucky ave .
Orlando. nues. on east side of and facing Rock
Tampa Florida. 1-8-lnxx;; - -
lake. Citrus
trees on every lot See
owner on premises.. Geo. F. Miller .
FOR SALE-CO acres land. 20 fenced, l-21-4t ,
10 cleared ready for setting trees;
Real Estate close to depot, 3 mflea from Orlando.
Boughtand Cheap if sold in 80 days. Lock Box '
No. 4. 1-3-imo GORDON'S CARRIAGE GAND-


Sold.City FOR SALE-One levee passenger B Beill tile N w Year r Ri ht'

Building Lots $100; $1.01 cash unless first air:class cylinder interested.condition.automobile Address Don't, 1 year Bargain answer old, BAGGAGE TRANSFER -

and $1.00 per week buys a Lot care of Sentinel. 11-14-tf

RENTS COLLECTED L T. HARRELL Prop.

Notary W.rk Promptly aDd Neatly FOR SALE Piano and Furniture

Don*. Terms to Suit Purchaser Moving a Specialty Cook and Heat
Good citrus and truck land cleared,
f in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots on E. Church St. PHONE 4S7
N.P.HATCHERjORLANDO brick road to be built this year, two
miles from Orlando. Phone 1024 4
,FLORIDA rings, or write H. G.Jackson R. F. D.
t No. 2, Orlando for appointment. LAKE SITEFour
t Office at Pinehurst ParkP. l-7-lmo WITH -
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FOR KENT
l PHONE 405 !08lnORLANDO >

4 FOR RENT-Suite of two rooms for
t light housekeeping; modern conven- miles from Orlando, one
iences; with private family; to adults mile from Post Office Schools
only. Apply 512 South Lake streetPhone
s 562. l-19-6t and Churches and Packing

House. On good road just GASWll
\ FOR RENT-A suite of rooms for one
PLUMBING Co1 light housekeeping, with bath, hot mile from Orlando Sandfordroad.
and cold water; a pleasant neighborhood .
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: close in; near Eola park. Call
307 East Pine. l-16-6t Surrounded by fine Groves; Vir-

f 26 WEST PINE STREET ginia Pine Timber. Excellent
FOR RENT-Rooms, with or without
PHONE 122 board; also rooms for light house- Citrus Land with water protec-
:
keeping; several apartments from 1 tion and beautiful lake frontage '
to 4 rooms, each at very reasonable
prices. Inquire of F. L. Anderson Tilell Surely IY be Happy
n Y
Best Plumbing at Low- 1-112 -tf West Church street. Phone 459. Sixty Acres at V

: est Prices

xs E SEVEN ROOM new stucco cottage, $20 Per Acre
s:. We are not ia the combine.SLAUTER'S one block from Eola park; commands -
fine view of city. Price $5,500.
latest inreatioaa nniM
H. C. McDaniel. phone 708.
t an firat-elaM

FOR RENT -Seven room house; water Think of it and see .
Plumbing Construction:!) gas, electric lights, bath, etc.;
t barn, stable, chicken house; lot 100 by

NEIL McDUFFEE 200 avenue.feet. Apply at 735 North 10-31-tf Orange ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO., ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.


FOR RENT-Large, attractive room.
Watkins Block PHONE 504
Inquire No. 8 West Washington St. GAS DEPARTMENT
Contractor and Builder 11-8-tfc
Cores Old Sores. Other Bemcttes Wont Care.fhe .
Bungalows a Specialty i i worst cases.no matter of bowlocz sb Ddi11 110
FOR RENT Smal! ,
flat modern
con- are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.f'ortn.s
Arcade Building. Orlando I veniences unfurnished. Jas. A. I Antisept'C Healirg O.L It rrljerr;
Knoi. 11-3-tf r.< u and Heals at Uio same time 25c.50!:.fi.00 10 I


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'ALTAMONTE SPRINGS""FROM' SNOW T TO 0 ROSES MANY FROM MICHIGAN'G Dr. Buckmaster 1 1I


ORLANDO ROOFINGAND 1 I I I 'I,I
HOTEL ILL/ FILLED 0. F. Blasier Arrives in Orlando j Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Lowe arrived I j, OSTEOPATH
From Iowa Leaving "Bean- in Orlando yesterday afternoon over I'
t Graduate of Kirksville
tiful Snow" Behind the Atlantic Coast Line for another i
SHEET METAL CO. !G. E. BATES, PROPRIETOR, Him j season. They are from Watervflle,I I I 132 S. OraneAvenue

HAS ENTIRE HOTELI Minn., and were accompanied by a
Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Blasier, of number of other j
I BOOKED Michiganders whoIare
Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos, Greene, Iowa, were among the arriv- coming south to escape the in- ,ABOVE PEOPLES BANK PHONE 578

Hotel's Environs Are Pleasing I als in Orlando yesterday to spend the clemencies of the weather experienced'!
and Rubber
Roofings !;H and Attractive-F.A.Briggs winter. Notwithstanding the unusual throughout the Northwest. They are'
; Has Beautified Premiseson conditions existing, Mr. Blasier con- pleasantly located at 501 West street.i Dr. S. S. Jones
. Cornices Sk)lights. Heating Ventilating. Metal Ceilings Lake Orienta sidered it a Messing to be in the City I
Beautiful. j CHIROPRACTOR

Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO I{ The Altamonte Springs hotel, under "Just to think," he said, "that you : PHONE 646 graduate Davenport College, >7 and
the of Geo. E. Bates can leave a country where they are I : 18 YOTell-Duckworth building; phone +
management AUTO FOR HIRE 2)9.
Intelligent
&. Son, is in splendid condition and is making snow balls, and in less than I| are being restored people to health everywhere by'chiro-
already well filled with guests. The two days smell the roses." I|j I FIRST CLASS REPAIRING- I practic adjustments, the new science

.................. .. ..... .. ... .. ..... ... .11..1 entire capacity of the hotel has been Mr. Blasier is president and gen-;. BARNARD & SON i I of amination removing free.the cause of disease.12-24-lmo Ex- f
'.booked and will soon be completely eral manager of the Shell Rock Val-j I i 17 Hughey Street Orlando. FJa.I I f
BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT occupied. The spacious grounds surrounding ley Telephone company. They are I 12-10-1m 1 Get the news in the Sentinel.first.
i iThe pleasantly located at 411 East Church -- .
this attractive hotel have : -- - -
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been beautiful, and street. f
greatly
LUCERNE QqliirflaiNIGHT hninru : guests
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r J may pleasure many -
THEATRE m1 ONLY J ,j amusements-from trapshooting I Ij SCHOONER TOTAL LOSS. WRIGHT SEED CO.

to boating, fishing, tennis,
I golfing and indoor ,I Norfolk, Va., Jan. 20.-The three-
Society Event of the Theatrical SeasonENGLISH sundry games
We the Stock of Seed
. t: such as bililards and bowling. The,masted schooner George N. Reed, ce- carry Largest in ,

,hotel commands a gorgeous view of I ment laden, supposed to be from Bal- Orange County. Agents for the Celebrated -
,the pleasing environs. timore, went ashore last night two
BOSTON OPERA COMPANY I Across the intervening lake one!'miles south of Pea Island. Her crew National Guano Fertilizers ,.
may see the attractive home of F. A. 'I of seven men was rescued by lifesavers
Briggs facing east on Lake Orienta. and is at Pea Island. The 206 So. Orange Ave.
In a Blaster Production of the World's Favorite Opera-
VERDI'S BEAUTIFUL :Mr. Briggs has beautified his premises .II|schooner has six feet of water in her ;i
in an extensive manner. A row hold, and will be a total loss. '!

I of rose bushes on the lake frontage I ... ... .IIIII.I.I.III..II..II..I.. I..III. .
HL TROVATORE has recently been planted. The The 4
hum of the packing house is
:tire ten acres, constituting his en-I heard again in the land. I Painting and Decorating
. lightful home, are in a high state .
With the Most Remarkable Cast of Stars Ever Heard in cultivation, there being many grapefruit t FOR SALE I
English Opera, including orange and tangerine trees! j jI
loaded with fruit. I II I Have house painted now and save money.

I \ JOSEPH F.I SDAN{[ AMERICTENOREATEST: I The Altamonte is recieving guests j'[I No.land 1. ,Forty on south acres side virgin of lake pine front timber -,i I. Years of trying your and now can paint your house and give
daily, a large party coming in for j{three-fourths mile from railroad sta- four years' guarantee. Leave one-third of money
the season yesterday afternoon. Onl j j tion. $1,000. you
MIRTH CARMEN LOUIS HEMMING Wednesday II. G. Sragroatt and W with you for that time. I put on paper that will stay on. .

HAROLD J. GElS EVLINE ARTHUR VAN DEANE AERNAM B. W. Fiedgro,of London, Eng., spent'the '|I No.one-half 2 Seventy-five mile from acres Forest, on City lakefront ; I Work the best and prices the cheapest. Estimates free.

HENRI DeVAREE day at the hotel, later motoring six acres bearing orange grove; good Address GIBBS MAGNOLIA HOUSE .
WILLIAM HAMILTON WILLIAM YOUNG to Tampa. They expect to return.I eight room bouse. $4,500; terms. '
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ELAINE DeSELLEM CLARK HARCOURT ...I..IQ. C..I..ii .I. =
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome II. Smith
and
No. 3. Twenty acres four miles
GRACE DOXSEE AND OTHERS Miss Lois Smith, of Toledo, were I from the city, on lake front; twelve I l II .
among those to register yesterday.I j|I acres bearing orange prove; orange I
The Superb Boston English Opera Chorus, Dancing is I, crop recently sold two thousand three .
Saturday night
every one
hundred boxes. Three hundred boxes
and Augmented Orchestra Under of the social features of the hotel ,j|'of grapefruit now on trees. $6,500;! MAGRUDER'S

Direction of Basil Harsfall.The Some new furniture was delivered to j I terms. I
the hotel yesterday by Oscar Hand & !
No.4. Lot 70x190 feet, on brick
most finished and artistic performance of 'HTrovatore' Son of Orlando. i street; high class neighborhood.

ever taken on Tour" is the verdict of Press and Public. $1,000. "Country Club Car Service"LEAVES
BEAUTY SPECIALIST
No.5. hard
Thirty acres near surface -
PRICKS Mrs. Minnie Sawyer, of Boston, road; one mile from railroad
would be pleased to do work at your station, on lake front; four acres
homes or hotels. face I AND SAN JUAN 9 A.M. AND 2 P.M.
50c. 75c. $1.00 $1.50 and Shampooing budded grove; six hundred boxes of EMPIRE
$2.00Seats and scalp specialist; manicuring, chi fruit; one hundred and fifty thousand
ropody, hair dressing. Phone 680. feet virgin pine timber. $3,000. RETURN FROM COUNTRY CLUB 12.30 P.M. and 5.30 P.M.
will be placed on sale at DeLaney's Drug Store, 10 West Concord avenue, Orlando.11.15.12t I j .
Monday morning, January 18. J. E. CRAWFORD, Service from any Hotel) in the City by calling PHONE 31.
I Office Orland Hotel. I
... .I. I" ... I'....... .. I I' . ... . .. ...... . .I ...I| Get the news first in the Sentinel 1-3-lmo* HOUND TRIP $1.00. FARE ONE WAY SOc.

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. GREAT HIGH DOLLAR SALE





a of Beautiful Residence Plots


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-- 4 .- a; : Located on Colonial Drive, in the city limits, on the direct:


COLONIAL DRIVE-FRONT OF ORANGE PAHK road to the Country Clubvith lake. frontage, the highest


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


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




Coloc.ia..l: La.c.cl: CO.



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



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


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


quality and quantity of production. ,

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In Dollars and Cents EARLY GRAPEFRUITis
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Far in the LeadDo

not worry about Grapefruit. Grapefruit for the past .
i five seasons, as sold by the Florida Citrus Exchange, has aver-
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'4. aia it.'rp' ff3 ; eia{ ; Stt' Yt1 aged growers for all grapefruit, including culls, shipped in plain '
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+c :..7y : a. .l rr S "s L 5: Z $2.18 per box, f.o.b. shipping point, oranges,
ing all grades and all varieties, have averaged over the same pe-

:* 4 7 tj2' : 0 4R3 : riod, $1.65 per box f.o. b., a five year record. ,

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

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

ri_ z in competition with their shipments.
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When Early Grapefruit goes to market in October and November i
-$ ripe, luscious and fit to eat, as Conner Prolific varietywill
aj be at this season, there is nothing to compete with it. Can-
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taloupes are gone, apples arc not yet ripe, and it is the best fruit *,
obtainable. That is the reason why early Grapefruit brings a *
1 big price. Government supervision will .rule the shipment of
fruit from Florida after the season of 1914-15, and you may depend I
CONNOR PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT, 4 YEARS OLD, ON ROUGH LEMON STOCK upon it that early Grapefruit will not be hampered by

-- - - shipments of green, unpalatable stuff, as has been the rule in j
the past; therefore, prices should be better than ever before,
and we advise you with all heartiness and with all good will and
The OCKLAW AHA NURSERIES do not Produce Alone wishes for your prosperity to plant the Conner Prolific Grape-
Grapefruit fruit and be sure of something staple in the way of returns. Keep ,
out of competition with the other fellow as much as you can.
: Far from it. All varieties that will produce Money Making Conner Prolific Grapefruit is perfect on all classes of soil and on .
both rough lemon and sour orange stock. You can produce good |
crops and that will afford fruit for the proper season of ship- color in October and November on high land with Conner Pro- t
lific Grapefruit on lemon stock, and on hammock lands and flat-
ment of the highest quality are produced in the Ocklawaha woods lands in all parts of the state you can produce a fruit that j
has no equal in the world on sour orange stock. Recommended *
Nurseries. for all sections, and endorsed by the Bureau of Pomology, aDd
guaranteed by us to be strictly Al in every particular. f fffv

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OCKLA W AHA NURSERIES by their system of '- .)' -1:1, ';;:': ;'\. '" .''::,J. ---z-.'...---.,:'..,-.'!);.t 4'.i......'.-,:.;,.. ". ..,.. -'.'.- -4''C,. ... ,.."+. f. ...:ti'!;'1".". ..:.....1"0-:: !.J-... ::?4.li.f.l..oCi.:; ;)." ,"y',-', \

from ->1.;; ,; ,, ,:?. .; ,::.W4. A'a: ; : ti. .:' .:t 1f.;.. nP l'.J, f I
propagation absolutely all bearing trees and & : -? 'e: :-#" ,- .", -4 ". ;-' ; ,, 3 Sg ro s'Ars r
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producing orange and grapefruit trees that are worth more :. .... .." ,,.''.: ,':.:: .". :ot--\ t !"..I " "_ ".._ .. I
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anything else for them to obtain in Florida.We 1.0 & -} { ",--jt ''\t: ( < .. .
possible .;. -, ,, r-t.lr-....::-.; ., ; ")':II a.. "I LA.L ; ;" :.. :, .
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or budded from any other source is a first i 1."tfi:." 1IIIQi! JII ......._" ;1">>-. '.- '" : .I ,
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class tree. In order to get the quality must i iI } :\ ';;I: r 1",
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have the start from parentage that is unquestionedThis I .. .' IW i
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the Ocklawaha Nurseries provide, and by that means offer *. .J '_ -'i.L7 9 :
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opportunity for to the ... I
every success planter of new groves. It : }II .. , ":
costs you, maybe, a hundred, or may a hundred and fifty dollars I ."...." !. .. if' rR !1""' .----- ..'" 'cJij. I '

more for a thousand trees grown inthis way, but in ten years I .s3!. +1iJ a'1.... .JI.i... ); '. .x-1"' ; 5 I! I .
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the saving effected will double this .-, ."'- "\ w 1 I
sum many times, and you can .. .'\0' :p.II i..oI < \; \
well afford to spend this small difference in the cost of .( ;...a." . -:;':X-,_ '' ; i .
your : .. ;.:; "" ,- .. I
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trees than you can afford to lose the ultimate benefit that you ...', .11" .- .-:. I
had planned to gain from your grove. Buy Ocklawaha Nursery : : i; __ .. .F:,:;;,,:... K..' 110I 'f'T .w. .<;

Stock and know that your trees are right. Refuse to accept any I: -.!L. .n. ... t't--: ... .;, ......_.-. .,.,[I '." ._,..' _:J". k.
trees produced without a parentage, a pedigree, a source and aright !f :_ J --- .t.1i!

to your every .confidence, and that means that you will I _'tZ.... [ <...+1s !!! ivS>'.:.;. ..!..
come to the Ocklawaha Nurseries where the very best service

is afforded you and after that you can cultivate your grove with t' CONNER PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT. 4 YEARS OLD, ON SOUR ORANGE STOCK

confidence in the outcome of your efforts. l . ,
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Extraordinary Sale of1 Wf'EflITI1 ? Your choice of any i!


Ladies'' Trimmed Hats Untrimmed shape in I


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

' med hat in the Store, $8.50 for

values up to $30.00, for



$5.00 BIG STORE $2.98DRESS


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offerings from the Shoe Department -

on lines of Men's Shoes we are closingout.

;- We hate jour size and styles in all
leathers.

Men's Shoes ______
$6.00 --------- $4.89
Men's $4.50 Shoes ________________$3.48Men's
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Men's $5.00 Shoes --------- $3.79
$4.00 Shoes ________________$2.98.
Men's $3.50 Shoes ________________$2.79
t4 j We heartily recommend this style to
Ladies Shoes in New Up-to-Date Lasts,
J ; men of fashion who desire to be dressed
with Kidney heels all sizes and widths, at -71
ii// in the height of fashion. Just one of our the following low prices:

I J many styles. Let us show you. Cut $6.00 values at __________________$4.89 '

//1 Prices on Suits and Overcoats. $5.00 values at __________________$3.98 o1z
$4.50 values at __________________$3.33
$4.00 values at __________________$3.17
$15.00 Suits and Overcoats at$10.75 $3.50 values at __________________$2.79 ,..
; $18.00 Suits and Overcoats at$12.75 $3.00 values at __________________$2.29 /
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$20.00 Suits and Overcoats at.l'4.75 Odd lot Misses and Children's Shoes; /

- $22.50 Suits and Overcoats at16.75 sizes 11V2 to 6, $2.50 values at$1.98
Special care given to fitting Children's t R z cb II
$25.00 Suits and Overcoats at$18.73
,. COPYR."HT 1.14II feet. Bring or send them to us.Ve are ;$, it
11P MOUSE OF RUPPENIIEIMERCHINA
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Haviland China Dinner Set, daintly decorated, Beautiful Coat Suits, made of the finest fabrices, in lot Dress Goods all this season's styles in
.. f .gold mat handles, 100 pieces, $3D.50 quality28.98 all of the late models, specially priced at ONEHALFPrice. Crepes, Serges, Wool Taffeta and Gabardines,
in all the wanted shades, $1.00 and $1.25
Haviland China Dinner Set, decorated, 100 pieces, ___________________________________69c
COAT _____________ quality :
$15.00 $7.50
$35.00 quality for_________________________$25.98 SUITS in this sale at
$20.00 COAT SUITS in this sale at _____________$10.00 One lot Wool Dress Goods, in plain and fancy
Haviland China Dinner Set of 100 pieces, beauti- $25.00 COAT SUITS in this sale at______________$12.50 weaves, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 qualities _______48c; :
fully decorated with 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,
China Dinner Set of 100 pieces, white
I and gold bands, $90.00 set for ______________$69.00 LADIES' and CHILDREN COATS small neat designs, 50c and 60c. quality _______39c

Austrian China Dinner Set of 100 pieces, white Chiffon Taffeta Silk",as soft as satin, with a beau- .
and gold, perfect in shape, $55.00 set for$36.50 at HALF PRICE tiful sheen, all shades 36 inches wide $1.50
quality ___________________________________98c
English China Dinner set of 100 pieces, light blue, $2.50 COATS in this sale at ____________________$1.25
white and gold, and green and gold, $29.00 set ____________________$2.00 Silk Crepe for Evening Dresses, a beautiful line
. for ____________________________________$21.50 $4.00 COATS in this sale at in plain and fancy weaves, Pink, Light Blue
$5.00 COATS in this sale at ____________________$2.50 White, Cream, Lavendar Navy, Yellow and
China Dinner Set of 65 pieces, white and gold, $10.00 COATS in this sale at___________________$5.00 Black, 75c. quality __________________________50c
$5.50 set for ______________________________$3.98
$15.00 COATS in this sale at___________________$7.50 Chiffon Velvet, beautiful soft finish, light weight
Special Discount of 10 per cent. on all China during $20.00 COATS in this sale at___________________$10.00 Russian Blue Moravian Plum Green and
this Sale. $25.00 COATS in this sale at __________________$12.50 Black, full yard wide $5.00 quality -_________$3.50
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I BOYS SUITS BOYS HATS, Continued 98.'I"

Second Floor, Juvenile Department ROOF GARDEN THEATRE $1.50 BOYS HATS -_-_----------_---_________:_ 'I
$3.50 BOYS SUITS AT ________._______________$2.63 $2.00 BOYS HATS ----------------:-------____$1.48
, $4.00 BOYS SUITS AT ________________________$3.00 $3.00 BOYS HATS -----_----------------_--$1.98LADIES'
$4.50 BOYS SUITS AT ------------____________$3.38 TONIGHT
. $5.00 BOYS SUITS AT ________________________$3.75 1
$6.00 BOYS SUITS AT ----------:..-____________$4.50 SWEATERS
BOYS SUITS AT __________ Universal Topical"ANIMATED
$8.00 $6.00 j
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BOYS SUITS AT ____________ $2.50 and $2.75 SWEATERS AT ________________$1.98
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$8.50 BOYS SUITS AT------------ ___________$6.38 WEEKLY. $3.00 SWEATERS AT _________________________$2. 5
$10.00 ------------ $7.50
BOYS SUITS AT _____________ $3.50 SWEATERS AT_______________________-$2.89
$12.00 ---------- $9.00 Imp Drama, Two Reels $4.00 SWEATERS AT ________________________$3.19 j
$5.00 SWEATERS AT _________________________$3.98
BOYS HATS "The Submarine Spy. $7.50 SWEATERS AT _________________________$5.48
50c and 60c. BOYS HATS ---------------________39c $8.50 SWEATERS AT ________________________$6.48
75c. BOYS HATS ------------_________________49c Powers Comedy $15.00 SWEATERS AT ___________________-___$9.98 1
1.00 BOYS HATS ----------------------________6 c "FICKLE ELSIE." $18.00 SWEATERS AT _______________________$11.50 *

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Mr.and Mrs RL..Graham;of Low-
ell, Mass., are recent arrivals in Or- Y
lando. They are located on North
Orange avenue and expect to remain
here until late in the spring.

Have you joined the Christmas Sav-
,y4 ings Club? Itc


WELL Mr. A. P. Jordan state pure food . .... :.'::j: ::. :.
inspector, spent yesterday in Orlandoon -::: : < :: ;
official business. Mr. Jordan reports -
KEPTCHECKING things in general as improvingand
the business outlook steadily '.
ACCOUl looming up. ; )

Plant Griffing's Pecan Trees. W. II. .'J .
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Brokaw, salesman. Phone 267.

1.22-1tc u-u t Your comfort and prosperity for
Among the tourists registering at
the San Juan yesterday were J. J.
RUNAWAY EXPENSESAt Hughes, Philadelphia; James 'P. I 1FIUt- !19H5
" Snapp, Virginia; J. R. Hinson, St.
Paul, Minn., and W. R. Bedford, Chi-

one time or another, all of us have had cago. 1I: II II depends upon yourself and your

the unpleasant experience of having expenses connections.
Mrs. Emma L. Bray, of Oshkosh, II 11 II I -
exceed the speed limit-run away. Wisconsin, who has spent the past

And when expenses run away, you've eight winters in Orlando, returned to :t II II I A savings or checking bank account
probably noticed that that they always run this city on Tuesday of this week.
UP-never down.A Mrs. Bray is stopping: at the Orland 1:I It II I in this institution is a positive step

Checking Account at this bank and a hotel. :. forward.

;. check book in your pocket is a sure curb on Some men more children, still more
expense. The stubs in your check book flasha women have joined the Christmas i1ffl1 Start nofvBenscott !

warning when over-spending starts. Be- Savings Club. Itc ; ; _

gin your Account today and keep expenses : .
Bill" of Orlando
"Whispering Speer -

normal. I left today tor his home after .?-.',.:... ... ........ ..
spending several days in the city,

The State Bank of Orlando and looking friends.shaking-after Lakeland hands his nursery Telegram.with his business many, I ',:'.;'y :):.::.( J f 1f


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Some one joins the Christmas Sav- .. .'. ,
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l joined? Itc 0 ; Li 1! }! 1 ?

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Mr. Geo. A. Stringfield and Mr.Del-
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AND PERSONAL Mrs. Frank H. Alford of Detroit, mar C. Gee of Bloomington, Illinois, i
LOCAL
: I Mich., arrived in Orlando last eveningand arrived in Orlando yesterday after- ,
will visit Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Rob- noon and expect to spend several
Mrs. E. Brockman, of Minneapolis inson at their home on the corner of weeks in this section. They are stopping -
Minn., is a guest at the Orland i Lake and Jackson streets. I I at the Orland hotel.
hotel. j
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i Next Christmas you will be glad :you Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Murray, of lIar-,{
Mr. A. M. Bristol one of Taft'swell -
joined the Christmas Savings Club. risburg Pa., were among those ar-
known citizens spent yesterday I Itc riving on the Tampa Special yesterday I
in Orlando on business. . . ._. I afternoon for their second visit
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Savings Club start I I
New Christmas j back and will spend the next month ] Lithia WaterFrom
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ing this week-join now. I at one of the local hotels.

Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Woodward of ; FOR SALE I Dinner and dance at Rossmore Inn
Providence, R. I., are making the San Windermere. Friday night. $1.50 the
Juan headquarters while in the city. { 'I couple; dancing only, 50 cents the You
____- i I! I couple. l-21-2tc Springs to
Mfr and Mrs. C. S. Hiskok of Sid- i j i
ney, Ohio, are delightful acquisitions I
2300 acres of unimproved -
to the pleasant crowd at the San j
Juan hotel. I<, pine land fine 5 cents at the [fount, ,also sold in half
j truck and fruit land, big

in Dr.Orlando J. Masters Wednesday of Port night Orange attend-was j, portion of it has clay gallon and five gallon bottles. .

ing the banquet of the Orange County | and marl sulvsoil. Situ-

Medical Association. ,j uate on County road

within Seven miles of
i
People's National Bank Christmas
Savings Club-join now. Itc Orlando.

S4.40 an acre will buy .
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hatt of Detroit. .
Mich, who are spending a part of this tract and the propo- McIroy'sPharrnacy
the winter at the Rossmore Inn Win- sition is 'cinch" as a The .
dermere, spent yesterday in Orlando.Mr. .
small investment. This

and Mrs Chas. Cheney arrivedin price is for quick sale.if Special Agents
Orlando' last night from Shelbyville you want this land SAN
Ind. Mrs. Cheney is the sisterof
Mrs. Elijah Hand. call on -

JUANDo
Mrs. Ralph Wilkerson arrived in -
Orlando last night from Detroit, -
Mich., to spend the winter and is r .
pleasantly located at Duke Halll: S.S G. Dolive & Son PEOPLE


Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Common of Atlanta REAL ESTATENo. you realize the com- FOREHANDED .
Ga., are among the bridal cow
ples making the San Juan headquarters 3 WEST PINE STREET forts of steam heat, run- -------
while in the city. They are
friends of Mr. and Mrs R. E. Lar- Second Floor ning hot and cold water *+r .
tigue. The individual who can make the most
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room. You will find all of of the unexpected opportunity

these conveniences in every "forehanded." Years ago
{ Armiesrecognize "lucky, -he is

room in the San Juan.
he began to anticipate the opportunity, =. (
Add to this comfortable
the convenienceof
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parlors, halls and receptionroom or emergency. And when 'the day cam
the i 1
with night and day )' '
j
he was ready.
service, and you have all lr -- -_ ,t N

WRIST WATCH fay c
the up-to-date service that i
The surest way to be continually ready.
you will get in the best .

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

them. We have them in Gold, prepare through a Savings Account.In r'

f Silver and Gold Filled---both for "
this institution our savings are absolutely -
Ladies and Gentlemen. 1

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

Quality is Considered. '- !



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