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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 23, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00465
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.)
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VOLUME.. TWO ORLANDO FLORIDA SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1915. NUMBER, 296.LONDON -'
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A MIDNIGHT FLYING LIGHTS HIGH OF BULLETIN CITY COMING ORDERED FROM TOWARDS LONDON EXTINGUISHED LONDON SAYS -AIRSHIP ALL R. R. MAGNATE IS FROZEN GROUNDDEADLY FRENCHSILENCE[ A GERMAN[ :



SECOND BULLETIN SAYS ZEPPELIN WAS

IN ENGLISH CHANNEL .I OPPOSED i 8ATTERYINST.MARDREGON( j



Airship Hurled No Bombs And May JAMES J. HILL ATTACKS I WHEN SHELL SCATTERS -- -- -- ,
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GOVT. OWNED FREIGHTS. HARD EARTH MAKES ,
Have Been ScoutSince DESULTORY FIGHTING INDICATES -

S. LINE UGLY WOUNDS AMERICANS 'MISHiTOFLEE FORCES ARE. I

Attack of Few Days: Ago on Yarmouth England Has Beenin RESTING 1

Fear of Aerial Attack-Zeppelin Attack Discountedby HE CRITICIZES WILSON'S Bill!L BRITISH STEIMER IS TORPEDOEDGerman I i


Military Authorities Who Think Aircraft 'ZEPPELINS OF THE LATEST TYPE i
Submarine Sank the
Says the Experiment Would Be
May Belong to England i -
Unwise and Disastrous- Durward-Vessels of 1,300
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I CONSUL BEVANS AT TAM- | A Dispatch From CopenhagenSays 1
Airship Flying Near London Would Become Govt. Tons Was Builtin

London, Jan. 22.-(Bulletin, l\lidnight.-A) Zeppelin airship fly-I :MonopolySt. 1895; PICO SAYS AMERICANS I Airships Were of Latest -

ing high was reported to be coming from the north towards FEAR BATTLE I German Design and ,

don. All the town lights have been extinguished. The airshipwas Louis, Mo., Jan. 22.-James J. Berne, Switzerland.-Exceptionally i I Carried Heavy Guns I
first sighted at Cromer, on the North sea coast. is in I,
: heavy artillery firing going on -
Hill, the Northwestern railroad.mag- 1,000 PLEAD TO LEAVE TAMPICO T
Zeppelin in English Channel 'the region of Cernay and Thann, in Paris, Jan. 22.-Tonight's official
London, Jan. 23.-Bulletin( 1:20 A. M.)-It is reported that a nate, made an attack here today "on 'I Alsace. The German wounded state, communique :
says
Zeppelin was seen in the English Channel between Ostend and President Wilson's bill for a government I I according to reports that come oer'I Present Conditions at TampicoAre "South of Ypres the Germans have

Dover tonight. owned freight steamship line. the border, that the frozen ground I
Over Cromer I 'I TerribJe-Secretar been more active than previj esly.
Pair
Zeppelins Fly
lie said it would be an unwise and makes shell fire much more deadly,
Cromer, Eng., Jan. 22.Two Zeppelin airships flew over this disastrous experiment. His remarkswere I as the projectiles, in striking the hard BryanVires for More Last night there was some rise and

town tonight. They came in from the sea throwing searchlights surface with increased violence firing.
made in a speech': before the i explode InformationWashington cannon
upon the buildings of the town. As the approached a special constable i delegates to the Second National :'i scattering frozen clods of earth. I "In the region of St. Mard we silenced -
who first of the lights the alarm and all the .
saw one gave
wounds.
which causes ugly
i Trade Convention. ; Jan. 22.-Consul Bev- the German battery X. In the
lights of the town immediately extinguished. The constable
were
Aside from the almost -
complications
notified the
I ans, at Tampico, today
declares he made out plainly the outline of the Zeppelin, as it was Sinks British Steamer Argonne region very fierce attacks
certain to drag us sooner or that thou-
ilying high and went over the town without firing a bomb. The state department peer one have taken place, near Fontaine Madame -
London, Jan. 2-The British
later into the conflict :
I European ow- sand Americans,
including many women -
Zeppelins disappeared to the southward. and at the field work called Marie -
ing to the uncertain and conflicting steamer Durward, says a Rotterdam .
have asked to be taken out of
Aircraft Dropped No Bombs Therese, and south of oFntaine
I I claims of national neutrality, said dispatch, to Reuter's Telegram company Tampico where there is danger froman
London, Jan. 23.-(12:05( A. M.-It is suggested in official cir- Jamiette."At .
I| Mr. Hill, this policy would be followed has been torpedoed by a Ger- impending battle. Many American -
cles that the airships reported north of London were possibly' Fontaine Madame we repulsedthe
j by the total destruction of the pri- man submarine. The crew was saved.
British. Color is lent to this theory by the fact that no bomb i' women recently came to Tampico Germans after two vigorous
The Durward vessel of
vate shipping interests. was a 1,300 from Tuxpam and other interior
from counter attacks. At Marie Therese,
dropping was reported any point.
I Private not tons and was built in Glasgow in
enterprise can possibly
Biggest Order of GunpowderNew towns, is the advice to the state de the fighting went on throughout the

York, Jan. 22.-Consigned to the Russian government and i compete with a government whichpays 11895. partment. day and was conducted with extreme
no interest on the cost of its I The Durward was bound from Leithto
the
carrying 25 locomotives, 5,000 empty steel barrels to be used for I Bevans says refugees are justi- energy by both sides.
ships and throws aside considerations Rotterdam and was struck by the
I
in removal under the
| fied asking a "When night we were holdingall
pontoon bridges, and 6,900 tons of gunpowder, the steamer Indra- came
!of profit. and loss. As Lincoln said torpedo, according to the Reuter correspondent conditions of the city whichhe
ded is expected to sail for Vladivostok tomorrow. This is the big- present our positions. Some night attacks
that the nation could continue to while twenty-two miles
not ,
described terrible.
as Secretary attempted by the Germans, in the're-
gest shipment of gunpowder sent abroad during the war.ATTENTION .
exist "half slave and half free," so off the Maas lightship. The crew Bryan, in reply, instructed Bevans to gion of the Hartmann Weilerkopf did
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merchant marine, if this I took to the boats and reached the
our once send all information available and the
not succeed. According to the latest
KEBEKAHS SOCIAL AFFAIR AT EMPIREA j I
is set, must be- lightship, from which a Dutch pilot
precedent inevitably number of prospective refugees' and reports the fighting is still going on
I come a government monopoly. boat conveyed them to Rotterdam. what more immediate means of trans- "
All Rebekahs are requested to be social party of interstate propor- j I I there.
is needed. As of the
at the Odd Fellows hall at 8 o'clock tions took place last evening at the portation many

Saturday, January 23. New Empire hotel, when a party of !TO A. C.C L. OFFICIALS HERE oil wells have been shut down, it is Latest Type Zeppelins
thought that tank steamers be
By order of the Noble Grand. visiting friends, from many states as- DECORAJEQRLANDO may Copenhagen- Messages from Berlin -

Mrs. M. F. Zellers. sembled at the invitation of Mrs. J. t utilized to remove the refugees. declare the airships which raided

B. Magruder. Evening dinner was I Work of Decorating Orlando for General Superintendent Brand England the night of January 19
BOARD OF HEALTH MEETINGThe served in. the large dining room, the Detailed Operations were Zeppelins of the latest tjrge.
Midwinter Exposition Will Visits Orlando and At-
tables being set apart and beautifully l' Washington, Jan. 22.-Reports on They went from a secret base on the

City Board of Health will holda decorated with the choicest floral Be Commenced Next tends to Official the military situation affecting Gu- German frontier carrying a full' con- ,

meeting Monday night in the city gatherings possible to secure. I i: Week BusinessMr. tierrez, Villa, Obregon, and Carranza, plement of men, heavy guns and am

hall, by order of Dr. P. P .Pillans. i The evening was spent in games, I I were very definite today. munition.
cards, musical and oratorical selec- I I I Next week Orlando's business dis- J. N. Brand, general superintendent -I Angeles with 8,000 men is movingon

tions. trict will be a maze of colorbunting of the Atlantic Coast Line, Tampico from Monterey to attackit

$$525,000 HIGHWAY BOND Some of those present were: Mr. I flags, streamers, pennants and arrived in Orlando early yesterday on behalf of Villa. CITY COUNCIL WANTS TO:
morning in his private car and spent
and Mrs. Howe Mr. and Mrs. Bren- Villa is at or near Chihuahua.
other decorations being in
: neman, Mr. and Mrs. Williams, Hon. placed the day looking over the property of Gutierrez with 3,000 men is mov-

ISSUE SIGNED i Gorsline, Mrs. Butler, Miss Sweet, I front of more than fifty business the road and attending to other offi- ing northeast from Pachuca. It is EARN MONEY

; Miss Copeland, Mr. and Mrs. Good houses. The work of decoration will cial matters. With Mr. Brand was understood that he will try ultimatelyto

Mrs. Newton, Mrs. Mercer, Mrs. precede by a few days the openins! of Mr. G. F. Mead, assistant general! get into Tampico to assist the Car-
INTEREST ON OUTSTANDING -
WILL BE SHIPPED TODAYTO freight agent, and Mr. L. L. Sparrow,
Rinear, Mrs. Voorhis, Mr. and Mrs. the midwinter fair. The Southern ranza forces.
THE TOLEDO PUR- Jim Magruder. Miss Donna Vorhis, Decorating company, of Atlanta represented general purchasing agent of the same Carranza has ordered the gunboats BONDS WILL BE

CHASERS Miss Sallie Magruder, Mrs. W. H. in Orlando by M. I. Lingen-,: road. Searagoza and Bravo up the harborof DEPOSITED

Conboy, Miss Mary Teeford. felter, will do the majority of the dec- Tampico and it Is expected when

Much Work Entailed in Prepar- orating work for the Orlando businessmen WAS HERE 23 YEARS AGO Angeles makes an attack in force on About $20,000 Will Be Placedon

ing Bonds for Shipment- t TO BUILD WINTER HOME and the work for the fair. The II rs. II. II. Fitch, of Pomona, CaL, the town the garrison will be aided Time Deposit iWth

Were Signed and Sealed I I decoration scheme proposed by Mr. and daughter, Mrs. J. D. Shattick, of by shells from these two gunboats. the Three Orlando
i Mr. Scott Way and wife are again Lingenfelter is elaborate and Orlando Philadelphia, Pa., arrived in Orlando Military men think it probably Banks .

Many Times in Winter Park for another season will be better dressed in gala cos Thursday evening and registered at Villa may gain an important commer-

I and are being warmly welcomed bya tume than ever in history. The com- the San Juan for an indefinite visit. cial seaport. For the present, Villais The City Council held its regular
The issue of
$600,000 Orange county -
a host of friends. Mr. Way motoredto directing military operations from
pany has secured fifty business firms Mrs. Fitch visited this city twenty- bi-weekly meeting yesterday after-
highway bonds was signed yester- Orlando yesterday and spent several who desire the best ornamentation three years ago and she was heard to Chihuahua.In noon. It was decided to place the interest '
I
delivered the NationalBank hours. He is going to build a the northeast the troops of Villa
day, to Peoples possible, and work will be commenced remark yesterday that such wonderful all
on outstanding ,
and today $525,000 worth will winter home on Lake Maitland. next week. The company rents the changes! had taken place since that have defeated the Carranza troops paving and refunding bonds,sewerage and sink-
I These good people keep posted on the under General Vasque near Reata and
that she
be shipped to the Toledo purchasers. decorations, places them in positionand time hardly knew whethershe ing fund, amounting to $18,797.62 on
happenings in Orange county while i iI forced them back to Monclova. Dispatches -
takes them down. was in Orlando or Jacksonville.
the remaining $75,000 worth being time deposit in thethree Orlando
I spending the summer in eastern I I from_ Vera Cruz sav that___ the_ _!!
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held here, to be issued later. I --4 banks. .
Maryland by reading the Sentinel. Zapatistas have attacked the troops I
"With the bonds in the Peoples Na- Leaves Get i F. A. Lewter was given permission
I[When Mulberry Big of Carranza at Puebla and the latterare
tional Bank a special watchman was i to grade for sidewalks in front of his
THE WEATHER loading the trains with artillery
on guard last night. The bank has property on Marks street, between
both electric and gas lights, and incase Florida: Increasing cloudiness in As Rabbit Ears Spring Is Here and equipment dispatch as from if in Special retreat.A .Agent Orange and Magnolia avenues the

darkness ensues the policeman east and south; rain in northwest por- work being under the supervision of I
knows something is wrong; burglar tion. Sunday, colder extreme north- Silliman at Mexico City says the dis- the city engineer. I

insurance is carried; several revolversare west portion; local rains and colderin Old Dutch Sign Leads Us to Believe I easy stages, from state to state. The tress in that city is becoming alarm- Twenty property owners petitioned i

available, and the time lock is set north and central portions. : That Spring Is Almost'I people in the North watch with great ing because of the scarcity of food.IFIELL'S i ii iI t the council for an electric light at s

by one man and witnessed by another Upon Orlando-Robins Are eagerness:; for the return of the rob- I the intersection of West Concord and !
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both said Cashier Dow : bin, which they interpret as an announcement The I
signing, LaFayette streets. petition was
who believes in precaution. DRAINAGE COMMISSION S S :: Congregating Too and Hold ,' of the approach of.i BROTHER KILLED referred to Commissioner Robertson. ;
Parleys Before Departure to spring. i
There were 900( bonds. They were
signed in three places and sealed in : North. While farmers are looking for for- II POLICE COURT YESTERDAYMr. :
two places, consequently the bonds First Meeting of Taft Drainage I, t age crops, it will pay them to try ryeI Met Death on Battlefield in

bear about 3,000 signatures and 2,000 Commissioners Held Yesterday f There is an old Dutch sign that I I as winter pasture. Frost does not Europe-Was Lieutenantin Swaidmark, arrested by Officer

seals. Money from the bonds will be -Bonds Soon on I when the mulberry leaves are as big'i i affect it, but it grows rapidly and is the Austrian Peel for exceeding the speed limit,

here shortly and it is hoped that the the MarketThe 1 I as rabbit ears spring is here. If I II :'i green all winter. Horses, cows and Army was fined $10 in police court yester-
work on brick roads will be com- chickens will pasture on the same A. C. Hart fined for
there is virtue in this sign spring I day. was $1
any I
menced February 1. i I I land during the winter months, and Mr. A. A. Fiezl, of this city, received parking his automobile within sev-
first meeting of the Taft drainage is now upon us, for the mulberrytrees 1 t i turning the partially dried stubble a letter from his brother, residing enty-five feet of the railroad tracks.

Dr. C. T. Nolan, one of the promi- commission was held in Orlando bear ample evidence of the fact. i 1 I!under early in the summer or spring I I in New York city, in which he Donald Chapman was fined $2 for

nent and succesful physicians of Marietta yesterday afternoon and was attendde Then, too, the robbins are beginning'I improves the land. Several careful stated that their brother, Andrew riding his bicycle on the sidewalks;

Ga., and who also operates a by the following commissioners: to congregate, which is a real eVidence -i'I farmers have tried it with great sat- II Fiezl, a first lieutenant in the Austrian and the case against Edmer Roden-

large sanitarium in that city, spent of the breaking of the spinal isfaction. army, had been killed in one of dismissed. He
J. D. Clarke, Kissimmee; M. 11.Ii1- I I baugh was was charged
yesterday in Orlando, the guest of his column of winter. It is a well estab- I. Buckwheat is also a good crop to the battles in the great conflict now with speeding, but a physician was in

cousin, Mr. Geo. E. Nolan the cashierof ler, Connolly, and D. B. Sphaler, Winter lished fact that these little creatures I II cultivate on sandy land. It grows !going on in Europe. Mr. Fiezl has the car going to visit a patient who

the Orlando Bank and'Trust com- Home. I I that come to us in the fall, instinctively ,luxuriantly and the ripened seed I'two more brothers in the army and was dangerously sick.

pany. Engineers will be engaged at once know of the coming of spring, I makes excellent chicken feed, to say I his mother also lives in Austria-Hun-
and at the call of the leaders will nothing of the possibility of flapjacks. i
and as soon as an approximate cost i I I gary. NEW CHAIN AWNING
"'. W. Lear, wife and children, congregate at early morn in large Heavy frosts will kill the stocks or t
:Paul, Gladys and Carl. returned to : for the work is reached the bonds will numbers and hold parleys for a week ;I vines and these turned back into the 500 books to select from, anyone The entrance to the San Juan cafe

Aurora, Mo., yesterday, purchasing be placed on the market and the work I or two preceding their departure" for i ground with a turning plow will build I I of them only 50 cents. Curtis & has been beautified by a new chair

(tickets over the A. C. L. rushed through to completion. the North; they go most times by up soil in a remarkable manner. O'Neal, Orange avenue. awning. ,
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f From Taft, Fla.Taft I I tell round you what and slap, your you friends on the back come JONES GOES JUST THE SAME i

THE WINDERMERE And friends knew before
never
Fla.. Jan. 21.-F. H. Harriman you ,
f wife and daughter, of Stow, hand you a hearty whack. I
Choice Location All Modern Conveniences Mass., arrived last Wednesday. Theyare The things they say all make you feel

f Excellent Table Good Water Reasonable Rates the guests of their uncle, R. K. Just like you are a king. :My bus line which has been serving you for 'iourteen
r They listen and they laugh right out I
r; On Beautiful Lake Lucerne, Orlando, Fla. will Harriman.go: on to After St. Petersburg a fe wdajs and they oth- when you say anything. | months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the

"There's in the world : time it
nothing too same always has.
i er points further south, to return I
for ," that's what r
Home Comforts Service Finest Rooms in City here later.A I good you they

large: force of men are in town say. : TIME TABLEBus
They tell that the world will talk |
Rated I you
Sanitary Inspection 100 putting in a new telephone line. They
t are registered at the Nelson House. about you some fine day. Leaving Orlando, in Front of Evans, The Jeweler.WEST .
They and kill the fatted calf
go:
C. II. :Nelson and Mrs. A. Franklinwer I
t whene'er heave in sight
you ;
THE NEW GRAND business
etransacting in Orlando BOUND EAST BOUD
last Friday.Geo. They spread the pleasant salve on :you .r> Read Down Read Up
HENRY BARTLETT., Prop. -- -- - --- ----- --
and it -
I surely spread rightThey're

caller.at K.the Thomas county seat was Saturday.J. a business. proud to know you, yes, they | -1.A.MJA.M.: P. :\1. ,A.M.P. ;I-.!P. M.
are, and flatter as they should! I
t Plan 15 West Pine St. S. Barklow, who was taken to; ; :
European Orlando I
the hospital at Orlando about six I Your friends besiege you day and ; I 6:30:10.15; 3:00 9-30 1.30 6.00

Ji Rooms with Bath Orlando, Fla. weeks ago for an operation, returned night I Ocoee : 7-30,r 1.15 4:00: 8-3C l 2.30, 5.00

home last Saturday. Although not When you are II I Winter Garden 7:4511:30: 43o|l 8.15 12.151( 4-45 .
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r. entirely well, he is recovering nicely, I Making Good. Oakland 3:00---- 4:3C: 8.00 .-1! 4.30
TOURISTS ATTENTION!
and we all hope he may soon be out ,

1 us again formerly.Mr. .
We Serve the inest Meals in Orlando among as You never see a single soul you -
and Mrs. J. E. Mockett, of "
Prepared by our New York Cook know from morn till night.
Lnnla55.., and Mrs. Adelaide J.
You around quite anxiously, but The 14ar1t
gaze ; :
Emery, of Linden, Mass., armed Sat-
100 Rooms Bath Steam Heat. $1.00 no one heaves in sight.
urday night: and are registered at the OF CLEANLINESS OP
You wonder where those friends QUALITY
Nelson House for the season. Other
Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water guests at the Nelson House for a few have gone, you used to know so OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
well,
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weeks stay are C. C. Cole, Key West; FRESH AND SALT MEATS
EMPIRE HOTEL G. P. Price ThomasviUe Ga.; Earl You somehow miss the hearty laugh, Kept under tbe best sanitary conditions.
when your best yarns you tell.
I Thompson, South Pittsburg Pa.; N. Nobody slaps you on the back or I Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
F. Bennett Orlando "'m. Laboda,
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and #
54 Light Housekeeping Rooms I treats you like a king. pure.
:New York City; O. R. Dupree, Atlanta -
You cannot find an audience. You We inrite inspection and guarantee satisfaction.,. We have
- ; F. C. Maddox, Brunswick, Ga.;
feel the dreaded sting everything in the Meat Line.
'E. it!. Gandy, Jacksonville; N. D.
ROSSMORE INNWindermere Of failure in the atmosphere and can-
:Gandy, Jacksonville; \V. Bryant,
not tell just why IBC.N I. Self & Co.
'Moultrie, Ga.; J. B. Smith Webster
i I' The flattering friends of yesterdayAre
N. Y.; II. B. Smith, Seattle, Wash.; PHONE NO. SO EINE; STREET
This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric "W. T. Ayers, Fort Meade, Fla. wont to pass you by.

lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with Mr. and Mrs. W N. Hurd and son, You miss the glad acclaim they gave

Lath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish- of Orlando, were visiting in Taft Fri the ever welcoming shout;
ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. For very few will stick by you
day.Mr. When you are New Line of Sheet
Popular
and Mrs. Estey, of Kissimmee, i .
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were callers in Taft lust: Friday.
Mrs. A. L. Wright spent Thursdayand Out.Brooklyn Eagle. Music Just ReceivedAll

THE OSCEOLA Friday visiting friends in Or-
TWO ARRESTED IN CONNECTION -
lando. WITH WRECK ON thq latest New York hi ts.. Watch our
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Brickley and
STEAM HEAT THROUGHOUT SEABOARD music counter if you wish to know, about the
son, Byrum, were in Orlando Tues-
Magnolia and Robinson Ave, J. W. IIURLEY, Manager\ music that is 'all the rage11 in the eas-

day.Misses Frances Nelson and Freda Raleigh, N. C., Jan. 21.-Will tern cities. It is here today and gone tomorrow -

Neihausmyer and Leland Nelson at- Grant a negro, and M. R. Kelly but tomorrow we have something still
Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round tended a party at Lockhart Saturday white;both said to be discharged em-

European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite evening.Mr. ployes of the Seaboard Air Line railroad late'W.

M. Hurlburt, from Ainsworth, were arrested today by officers S. BRANCH I
,
investigating the wreck last Tuesday
Ind., arrived in town last Saturdayto
enjoy the mild weather and night near Osgood, N. C., of SeaboardAir
| The Arcade Book and Music Sfors
Line train No. 3, in which Engi-
breathe the of Taft for
pure ozone a __ .
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T. S. Stone killed. Grant u
i few weeks. lie is the guest: of A. E. neer was
was arrested here. Kelly was arrested -
Doyce on Fourth street.A.
L. has in Hamlet, N. C.
Wright a new telephone
installed in the drug store.
No church services at the chapel I GERMAN OFFICER ON SECRET 111 111I

last Sunday as the pastor, Rev. R. J. MISSION AMERICA:

Brewer, was attending conference.Mrs. IN PRISON I .

J. II. Estes was a guest of I :
THE ARCADE HOTELJ. Mrs. Brewer for a few days in the Geneva, via Paris, Jan. 21.-The : I

absence ..f Rev. Brewer. newspaper Stampa, of Turin, Italy, I ...
B. MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop.
Mr. A. L. Wright, of Orlando, wasa announces that a British warship has BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
visitor here arrested on board the liner Due
First Class Restaurant Livery and Autosin Sunday. ON FORD CARS
Mrs. Hettie B. Bristol, Mrs. M. B. d'Acosta, from Genoa for New York, LOWER PRICES
in Connections
Building Reynolds, Mrs. Helen B. Johnson and Count Von Keller, a German officerof Effective from August 1, 1914 to August

Orlando, FR Miss M. Gertrude Johnson, of Bing- high rank, who had been sent to 1,1915 and guaranteed against any redrc-

hamton, N. Y., and Mrs. Estella Di- the United States on a secret mission. tion during that time: *
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mon, of Montrose, Pa., arrived Tues- The newspaper adds that the count .
.IF YOU WANT A LUNCH day over the A. C. L. to remain for has been landed at Gibraltar. Touring Car $555.00
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the winter. They are stopping at the 505.00 ,
Runabout -
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worth the money, come to Pope's Quick Lunch Counters. Our Nelson House until they get settledin Don't forget the Sentinel want ads. .
felly "alpp
F. O. B. Orlaad AD can
food is not cooked in front of your eyes, where you are annoyed a cottage on First avenue, where
they will go to housekeeping. Theyare farther, we will lie able to .ataia tka Buriaaai cffMncy
with the odors and heat, but in our sanitary kitchen. Try a cup pradnctiaa.. and tka iniBaas caat t. **>
factory
well pleased with the general IB Mr. .1
rtBe t* if a r.eb aa -t/ft
and alca dep
of Rowland Coffee French The is For FineWATCH parehariaa;
Special Dripped. price '
our .. 4
outlook of Taft and anticipate a very !*..... car betweo tile afc datoa.
only 5c. a cup. We offer you the best of service. pleasant winter with'us.. We hope CLOCK and And rteald .e reach tkia pradacttoa. w. acre to..pa. aaUM tAamt
to 111 ear (.w va
Inm III per
nothing may transpire to disappointthem REPAIRING bsrer'.bar.to "err retail buyer .... .. a%awFard
JEWELRY I.UU .n'I
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Pope & Co.'s Quick Lunch CountersChurch as well as all of our winter car betwee Aara 1. Ul ad A... ,
.prUta red I pi iii.baler
u.Ie.
guests. call on C. VATER whois Far farther particular regarding
Street. Open from 5 a.m. to midnight .1a. ae. I.
an expert at this trade '
MANY LOOKING FOR HOMES IN F. G. RUSH.

.iMIIIIIMMMIMIMIHilMnilMIIIIMMtHlllllttlREAL I FLORIDA with many years experience Phone 226

Railroad officials in Jacksonville at_ Youngs Repair ShopOpp. .

Post Office Pine Street
the homeseekers' ;
ESTATE say movement to
Florida is the heaviest in three years.
.
I The railroads have done more than
I
;r
I any other institutions to get home-

people seekers who here.have If the the land state to, sell and, and the Th Florida R al E & Iny tnI

We buy d sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate.If ting others more most homeseekers vitally interested, would in make get a tat n .

want to sell the earth it will to call
you buy or pay you more effort to bring people to this

and talk your wishes over with us. derful.state the Florida influx needs would the be truly homemakers won-- Capital $50,000. Fully Paid Up.

The manager of this firm has had years of exper- and they need Florida.-Lake Incorporated In Florida; Therefore Under State Control,
Worth Herald.DONOVAN A

ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a
for from the
TO INSPECT OCALA CLThe second party Sebring western
million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last
FOR POSSIBLE SPRING : part 'of Michigan left Chicago Wednesday morning,

two years. TRAINING CAMP and will pass through Orlando on train No. 89 at 3.15a.

We are well posted on the value of all classes and Ocala, Fla., Jan. 21.-A concerted Jan. 22nd in '
Friday a special car.
.' effort is being made by the baseball m., on ,

kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all fans of this section to have the New CLThe president of this Company will join them withan

York American team locate their
bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real spring training camp in this city. Orlando party and extends an invitation to all peo-

Estate Bargains. Manager Bill Donovan, of the Yan- who feel interested in the and
most
kees, in a communication, receivedby ple may youngest

the leaders of the movement here, Florida. We
in
stated that he would arrive in Ocala progressive town guarantee a most

within the next ten days to look over agreeable surprise to all who join us.

WARING REAL ESTATE COMPANYR. the well grounds.known team The to bringing Ocala will of mean this CAll who cannot join the party Friday afternoon, may take train

considerable for this section in many same time (3:15: p. m.) Saturday. and Mr. Benedict will be pleasedto

ways and the fans here mean to do receive them their arrival.
upon
D. WARING, Manager their part to clinch the proposition.

Thirty-two cars of fruit went out HENRY BENEDICT PresidentOffice
Rooms and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115tf ,
from Largo during the Christmas

El :!'P '1 holidays, making 60,000 boxes up to over Peoples National Bank. Phone 5701rTll.J
" Jan. 1st in car lots and several hun-

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I want every man and woman I NO CAUSE EVER REVEALED DACIA Will BE CAPTUREDIf I::legless him on exactly girl and the other same freaks basis as with the

in Hills ; which we have been edified of late.
Orlando to see Colonial THE OLD RELIABLE
I ; "That he is an ordained minister is :
and Colonial Park.It I|Three Men Sentenced to Life Vessel Leaves Port Arthur I said to be claimed for him in a sort !

makes no difference whether -j Imprisonment Give No She Will He Seized by lof roundabout way. What church ,, DANN'S TRANSFER

you are interested in buying Reason for Act That British as Prizeof |, pray, would ordain a child of six .
Convicted Them I prodigy:: though he be, as
years : may
lots or not, all you have to do to War Dr. B. I). WIENENGA, Prop.
a minister of the gospel?

see theme beautiful subdivisionsis i New Albany, Miss., Jan. 21.-Clar- Washington, Jan. 21.The British "Why should a child-a mere babe .

to write, phone or call at CarlDann's i ence Coley, Lawrence Kakestraw, andi embassy here tonight issued a state- -be crammed full of ideas far beyond Livery Draying and HaulingWE
i Dillard Elder, all white, were sen- ,
his
office. I ment of its official attitude towards years and made to assume a
t tenced to life imprisonment today for part that is forced and unnatural
the case of the Dacia now loaded with I
I want every person in Orlando !1 whipping Jesse Snyder, a farmer, to cotton at Port Arthur and ready to Why should he not have the right of

to see what can be accom- j death, whom they took from his home sail for Bremen. other children, to spend his boyhood I GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE

plished in thirty days. Colonial jat midnight several months ago, and The statement says that in connec- years in boyish pleasure? What sort
(whipped him for half an hour. The of will he when he i3'i
Hills are really hills. There are tion with the transfer of the Dacia man develop
i men were indicted for first degree |from the German the American forced as he is now? The growth he
five homes under construction, to AUTO AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
J murder, but in order to avoid a death II |flag, the British government, while is now getting is like that of the I ,
and several more under contractto penalty if found guilty, they pleaded
which stuffed
I I anxious to avoid causing a loss to Strassburg geese are
be built. Colonial Hills has guilty and took life sentence. No '
beyond their capacity. It is an unhealthy -
shippers from her cargo found it im- Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
water and lights. We {cause for the whipping was ever !
gas are possible to agree that the transfer in growth and will serve no

building sidewalks, and grad-I given. the circumstances to which it had good purpose. His exhibition as a 1 HORSES FOR SALE .

ing streets. I been effected is valid in accordance freak ought to be stopped.-Chas. E. j
MONEY DID IT with the of inter- I Jones, in "Dixie." ,i i
accepted principles
Orlando Florida
. Lots in Colonial Hills sell from I The other day two bold bandits 'Phone 257. ,
national law. The statement leavesno
$350.00 to $650.00. Lots in Colonial -I(went into a prominent Jacksonville room for doubt that the Dacia will COXW.EWS i,
t bank, on a prominent down town business -
Park sell from $175.00 to be captured if she sails and the ship I r
I street, at a prominent hour of Conway, Fla., Jan. 21.-Mr. and :
?350 terms to -suit taken into a British port.
,
everybody. --------- --- - ---- --- -- - ------
!the day, and at the point of a pistol I Mrs. Rutherford and son, Robert, ar- !
drove.the president, the
I
rived a few days ago from Harris-
1 and a stenographer all back into thel I I TilE CIIILD PREACHER burg, Pa. They expect to make this -

'vault and locked them in to their fate, their permanent home. They own a Am Leaving Florida

CARL DANN ,to cor smother should be or quick not according or tardy. as suc- I.preacher-some Occasionally we kid hear who of has a a"child"capac- fine this orange section. grove Their and grove residence is located in I I And : illSpecially Price my two Properties in Winter ParkA J 1

for is in the I
ity memorizing placed !
Money Did It. on the proposed new brick road. They
Last week a ship laden with 7,500 pulpit to preach. A conversation good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800 ;
the
been Florida for
have coming to
full bearing Orange, Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two
,. with these "geniuses" shows that I
- - - ,barrels of flour left New York harbor past six years and are enthusiastic blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addition -1
1 I for Belgium's starving people. they have little or no knowledge of admirers of this sunny clime. Theyare to making a home this property will make a yearly return on .
Money did it. the plan of salvation.A great lovers of outdoor sports and : the investment of from 10 to 23: per cent, according to crop and
SOMETHING NICE! II A saloon keeper planted his "place child preacher is like a child actor life and spend many happy hours on market conditions, price 8500.00; also
except the former is sacrilegious, My Residence Property in Winter Park 12-room, New Modern
lof business" on a beautiful city street the lakes in this vicinity. Their eldest -
E dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front, 20 acres of
and I endorse the
heartily followingfrom
Two Beautiful i in Florida. A patron, overtanking on son, Silas, is an electric engineer land highly improved, 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigated
Building Lots i the "0 Be Joyful," went home to the a correspondent in the Tampa and will continue his work this win- garden. Property is close in, well located close to the new
On South Orange Avenue i wife he had sworn to love, cherish Times: ter. Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough for
the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16-
"I wonder if the Humane Societyever I
near Lake Lucerne ,and he she lived. ,
splen- I protect as long as or 500, and will give possession in 30 days. -
did view of the lake, only !,In a fierce fury, because she was out operates as a Society for the ENGLAND: : PURCHASES CARGOOF I See owner only.; Write or phone me for a date and I will send
22 blocks from business j t of the house on his coming, he Prevention of Cruelty to Children? JACKS FOR BREEDING I II my car to any place in Orange County to show you these properties.
If so, it certainly should take cognizance .
smashed the furniture, his
center nice bi?" shade trees !'children into up the streets, and ran when of the people who are paradinga PURPOSESNew I :ED. F. KEFI EL

shrubbery, &c., adjourning ,she entered a remonstrance, knocked six-j'ear-old chiLI a<* a minister of I Orleans, Jan. 21.-A shipment; BOX 35: WINTER PARK, FLORIDA

lot to one of the best res her down, inflicting injuries which the gospel and exhibiting him on the consisting of one thousand jacks, pur- Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places.
dences in city.-For sale by a caused her death. same plane as any other freak except is
chased by the British government,
that he is forth under e j
I put the guiseof
WALTER IV. ROSE Money did it. { being assembled here, it was an-
I
: doing religious work.
A little flaxen haired boy sang a I I nounced today by local British offi-
REAL ESTATE "If this child were playing in any
simple song outside a cotter's door
cials. The animals will be sent to
Rooms I A 3 Watkins Block theater in New York the Gerry So-
one wintry night and money took India for breeding purposes, the Brit- WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver
Phone ciety would have him before the first
55 :that little bunch of raw material ish government intending to raise
performance was half over and those hear this before? Let the Delicatessen Man do it.
'and gave as a finished product Martin I'responsible for his would mules for both the British and In- Something new Something New !
Luther, to the world of spiritual appearance dian armies. Try it. Ask About it.
| need The way we earn money, whywe have heavy fines to pay. Is what this Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for ..
OSTEOPATHDR. child is doing any less reprehensible? three or more .
hold it, and what we do with it ENOCH: WALTER AGNEW DEAD
determines character and I confess it does not seem so to me.I Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand

JOSEPHINE HARPER !;'worth to the our world. If you haven't our can not conceive that there is any Enoch Walter Agnew, for several COLD- MEATS BAKED POTATO BEANS SALADJ. CHEESE OLIVES

Office corner Orange Avenue and anything' better to do, drop around at proper place for a child in the pulpit. years previous to 1895 the most .
Church SU Davis & McNeil Bldg., the First Methodist church next Sun- Certainly he can speak with no au- prominent business man in Marion R. TRESUER J. E. NICHOLSON'SPbone

Phone 419. day at 11 o'clock and hear Mr. Ley, thority, for he has not the judgment county and well known all over the 26 Bakery

,the pastor, on "Money and the King I I to do so. Surely, then, he should not I state, died Sunday night at his homeat
be shown freak for that
Bead as a puts
the clasified ads. dom. North Lake Weir.
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"QUITTIINGMy SALE"

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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.1 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 post of the goods. :



WINTER COATS AND SWEATERS- MEN'S BELTS AND SUSPENDERS- WOOL BLANKETS .

Misses Winter Coats, _____ JUST HALF PRICE 50c. kind for _____________________________40c $5.50 kind for -------------------------$3. 0

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

Misses Sweaters ___________JUST HALF PRICE 25c kind for ______________________________20c COTTON$2.75 BLANKETS-kind for $2.00
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INFANTS RUBENS- $2.50 kind for _______$L85
MEWS COLLARS15c. ------------ ------

Any at __________________________________20c $1.50 kind for -----------------_________$1.10
kind ________________lOc kind
---------------- $125.00 for _________95c
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By the dozen or balance of box ______________9c LADIES HANDKERCHIEFS- I

35e. kind for _____________________________25c LADIES FLANNELETTE GOWNS-

LADIES LONG SILK GLOVES- 25e. kind for _____________________________20c $1.00 kind for ------------------_________80c

$f.OO for -----_-------___________________80c LADIES VESTS- 75c. kind for ---------------------------__55c60c. 1
kind for
LADIES SHORT SILK GLOVES50c 50e. kind for _____________________________40c ---------------------------__45c50c. .
kind for ___
-------------------------- 40c .
35c. kind for _____________________________25c
kind for ___________________________
___40c
_____
___ 20c
25c. kind for _____________________ MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, Same Reductions. j

LADIES OR GENTLEMEN'S UMBRELLAS- LADIES CORSETS
MEN'S ECLIPSE SHIRTS$1.50 -
kind for __________________________
$3.00 kind for ___________________________$00 $3.00 $2.00 kind for __________________________$1.15 j.
kind for __________________________
$2.50 kind for___________________________$2.00 $2.00 $1.50 $1.00 kind for ____________________________80c
t $1.50 kind for __________________________$1.00
$2.00 kind for _____$1.50
$1.50 kind for -_-_-_-__--_-__--_-_-__--_-_-__-_--_f---_-_____$1.15 $1.00 kind for ____________________________80c MEN'S WORK SHIRTS-

$1.25 kind for ________$1.00 COAT SUITS AND HATS- 5 ------------------
$l.bl> kind far _____&S> i faxcr SsSuds cJ M&a171Vcater Good5 and Hats "wiff i
r3CE3TS
---------------------- HEAVY tfNQERWEAO50c. I
1 be sold at price reasonable offer Vii{{ fee
any is kind for ________________________4Qc
WOOL FLANNEL, SHIRTS refused. I
FRUIT OF MEN'S UNION SUITS- '
THE LOOM
$2.00 kind for ___$1.30; 1
----------------------- 12c. kind for ___________________________09c $1.00 kind for ___________________________75c ;
Nainsook for _____09c I
BOYS BLOUSES AND SHIRTS- Special finish, 12V&C. kind .
Hope Muslin, lOc. kind for _: 08c SILK HOSE- I
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SOc kind for _____________________________40c35c. Ginghams, lOc kind for ___________________08c $1.00 kind for -----------------------------___75c50c.

kind for _____________________________25c Ginghams, 121/.C. kind for _________________lOc kind for ----------------------_______40c I

25c. kind for ____________________________20c. Percales, 121/.C. kind for ___________________lOc 35c. kind for ---------------------------_-25c ,
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South Florida SentinelMORNING Poor unfortunate Mexico! Insteadof I Here is a Bargain 3nd ..

one president it has three claimingthe (By W. S. Branch) '

M. GLENN .... .AND.....WEEKLYW. ... ........Editor honor. Instead of a united, peace- Should be Snapped
M' C. ESSIXGTOX _ .f.asinm Manager ful people they are distracted, divided Some .'.rt"ssgt"nt !

-Entered at the poetofijte at Orlando.\;; and anarchy is the rule in the so- We think it was "Freckles" who up by Speculators. -
r ida. M Second Class Mail Matter called republic. OUR SATURDAY
was making plans for his wedding SALEI
sUBsc.mPTION RATES They stirred up a revolution to get '

Dail,.. 1 Year .. ..................... $i.OO rid of President Diaz; but they should and said, "I don't want anything .
Daily 6 1lonths .. %..:;0 I pray to have the "dictator" back and Sioux City about it." There was nothing -NO. 44= : :
Daily. 3 Months 1%b
Daily 1 Month .... -Sit: I at the head of the government. His Sioux City about that bank robbery I 1--- : I p

J.1"Year ............... $LOU : rule might have been somewhat dictatorial Were you down Thursday and saw the cro\7ds: i
at Jacksonville the other after- I Forty-five acres in the Lakt crowds-jolly, good: natured-that
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN but the conditions of the I were simply
eating the Kemnant.that f
ADVANCETO noon. It was a regular Montana-Wy Conway District where like up we were almost
country demand just such a ruler. giving away ? It was nothing to be surprised at
ADVERTISERS: Nine-tenths of the people are in oming frontier affair. It is going to property is selling from :$ 100'I for our customers always know that wheneverwe yl t
bother Tampa to get advertising announce anything of a special nature
Copy f.r ifiiplay and all ether hand set dense ignorance and own no property.With up an to $125 This they
adTerticinx must be handea in at the &ineuoffice i sensation that will equal it. Avery per acre tract always get more than we advertise, never, fesi.
ef the Sentinel .t later than 2 Latin blood in their veins they We'll this
n p. m qualify statement
is surrounded fine : } by offering for our
substitute by
good might be for
the day before publication. This rcl- applies are born revolutionists. Force is nec- young Saturday's Sale
t* chance for contract ad. rti"ine; it i* Lambri ht to someery extra inducements
Invariable and m ill be strictly: adhered to. essary to control the mobs that disturb ; elope with another roves. Is heavily timbered that should interest at I least 7.;:> per cent of Or-
man's wife and carry her off to some lando people. a
the of the .
And
peace country. and is rich soil. Owneris
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued foreign in very i = =-
country an airship.
that is the method used Diaz and
the date should of expiration notify the, otherwise office in writing it will on be during his long term the by country, enjoyed I -0-- a non-rc!:ident and has instructed Here are some of fth items !
continued at the regular subscription, rates. WantedW.
until notice to atop is received the greatest prosperity in all ;I us to sell this property : 36-INCH;
Telephone Numb r ..*................... 21SATURDAY its N. Conoley! has been re-elected 'I UNBLEACHED SHEETING
history. at only sixty dollars :
aa secretary of the Jacksonville nt- Identically the same quality we offered and soid
JANUARY 23, 191;). Nearly every day something is such a quantity of a low weeks Another
: I started in Mexico. With three presi- chamber of commerce (board of aere. i shipment to hand enables us to ago.offer you on

Slogan No. 2: (Going back to its dents in the field and Villa, the bandit trade). Before entering upon the duties Saturday 10 yards for t
I of this office some 16 months I
first love), "Orlando-the PhenomenalCity headed north to set up another 65 cts. !
ago Mr. Conoley was a preacher. Atha ,
the
!" government, future looks darker Cooper i
o than ever for poor distracted Mex- Possibly his skill at taking collectionshas 1 Fully worth lOco a yard.

ico. enabled him to bring the Jacksonville ,;: 114 South Orange Ave.. Ground Floor I
Some girls who think they sing
can
36-INCH[ BLEACHED
trade : SHEETING
: o body to the end of the ; Phone No. 311 :
ought to patronize a correspondenceschool fiscal year with a substantial cash I I I A new line just arrived, its a crackerjack too,
of thought. Orlando moves for a union passen- balance in the treasury. If there is a I : heavy weight, no filling, fine round thread. Its
o ger station-and ought to have it.- grown in the South; span in the South, and
Tamp.a Tribune. preacher around here that can bring last but not by any means least its woven in the
CRANK YOUR OWN the Orlando Board of Trade out even i South.

: AUTOMOBILECourts :;.. 100M. a at the end' of the year, he should be VENEER CORES Its honestly worth 12 :c. a yard. Saturday,

; have decided that if an owner Report of the Condition of made secretary at once. I 10 yards for

t asks another party to crank his THE PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK -0.A i j $1.25 75
At Orlando in the State of Florida, at the I cts.
i automobile and broken results '
a arm Hard PropositionA
Close of Business, December 31. UII.RESOURCF.s Per Strand Up ---- I
i the owner is liable for damages. girl with ruby lips teeth cf pearl, I DRESS GINGHAMS:

.t. a --- Loans and Discount .. .. . .., ..$254.875.69 ||alabaster neck, and a marble heart is rmE-I'I '\"E CHUNKS AND I Just what you have been waiting for! Those

f MAN IS BEST AFTER 60- Overdraft. un.terore U. S. Bonds deposited toeecurecirculation
the of what!
opportunity securing you want
ever.-Times-Union.
"Investigation by keen men has value ..........(.par...J21.WXMWComraerrial -I Orlando Wood Yard at a big saving. The colors: are guaranteed fast.
t shown that man's best work has been paper 00- And if she happens also to possesan 50 pieces Dress Ginghams in Stripes, Checks,
done between the of 60 and 70 1 netted to secure Circulation iron constitution a metallic voice. B. W. Kingsley, Proprietor I Plaids. Tartans and plain colors, worth 12'c.
ages
<( 3315.00OtM PIXE STREET AND K. R.
I securities deposited a glassy stare, a bronzy complexion, : a 'ard. Saturday; 10 yards for
years, said President E. II. Bryan, r Telephone 34; II

t of Colgate University, in an address to(book secure value circulation >...-. 18,000.00711.60 and an oversupply of brass in her 9-30 I I I1Ia 85 cts.

before the western division of the Oregon U. S. bonds to secure U. S. deposits 1 face she is harder still to break. 1 i
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(par value) ............. 10,1100.00 -
f Teachers' Association. "Six hun- Other bonds to secure portal awinjw OUTING FLANNEL. The Hest Grade
.... .... ............ '....00 "''""'' .....- I
dred of the most important scientists, Bonds securities, ctcon "b'.i"; I w Heavy weight, twill weave in Stripes, checks,
statesmen and old world famous men {other than ctocl>. including and plain colors. Our 121/5c. quality, spec til l
premiums on same ..... ......_. C.198.12Subscription II I
value 10
Saturday yards for
were selected, he said "and it was to stock of I I

found that only 5 per cent. of them Federal$3,600--1"11 Reserve" amount bank. 89 cts.

accomplished their world's work be- unpaid $3.000-$500 .... ... ..... 00.00 \
Banking horse U4,7K.40 furniture -
fore the age of 40; 10 per cent. be- and fixtures. $10,497.94: .... 33233.44' "MAISH" COMFORTERSWe

tween 40 and 50; 20 per cent be- ,Pue Due from from approved Federal Resert reserve e bank agents... 6.46i: : have just a few more than we should

tween 50 and 60; 35 per cent between in central reserve cities ......_. 10365.95 have at this time of the year. Woulu they i t-
Due from banks and bankers terest you at a big reduction? Give us a look
GO and 70; 21 per cent after they had (other than, above).............. 19320.86 TRADE OR SELL up no Saturday. Well astonish you at the cut
reached Onside cheeks end other cash
the age of 80.
items 25.581.22: ; fractional we have made. Bear in mind we have a lot'ofcold

o currency 1026.17 ............. 26607.39 weather yet to come. .
Checks on banks in t':e same cityor -A
INTERDEPENDENTIt town as reporting; bank.... .. 1,500.32
36-INCH AJA IA CHECKSThe
is pleasing to note the favorable Notes of other national banks.. .. 3.100.00
Federal Reserve! rotes .... ...__... 1900.00 heavy weight, the correct weight for un-
comments of the Southern press about Lawful money reserve in tank: derwear. Just had in stock when
now
case ,
these Specie .._.. ........321.30p.F5: a up
Florida. While some of states Legal tender notes .. the price is low. Worth 12*&c, 10 yards for
.IIft9.00 SJ.I&0.85 Forty acres of high Pine Land covered with heavy
Keiierartkm fund with U. S.Treasurer
are suffering greatly on account of -

the cotton market, yet they point to t-n irrulatn-n i mot more than_ .. .5,.per.. ..cent.. . .. Z.800.OO growth of virgin timber enclosed with new hog proof 89 cts. ._
Florida as the one bright spot in the Due fr..m U. S. Treasurer . .. ..._ 13500.00 I

. .. . fence. Very comfortable dwelling in first-class condition j WOOL CHECK DRESS GOODS '
South. Total ... ..... .. ... .$494.677.69 ,
LIABILITIES 1 A clearance of what we have left over after
Florida is in a class by itself among Capital stock paid in .......... ...$ 50.OOO.no and excellent barn. 1 our season's selling, combination colorings in
the Southern States. It has a diver- Surplus fund .................... 12,500.00 Good water. Located at Fort Christ- three and four toned effects, worth 50c. and Goc.
Undivided profits S7.489.67; reserved .
sity of crops and resources that other for taxes. mas. Owner a yard, Saturday per yard,
S49.27 ..............$ 7538.94 purchased this place and fixed it up for I
Southern states have not. We do not Less current expenses. 33 cts.

bank on our cotton or our sugar alone interest and taxes hunting lodge, and now wishes to sell it for cash, or will
paid ........ ........ 1.325.:26.213.72
but we have such a diversity of crops Circulating notes ................. 61.500.00 I 54-INCH CHIFFON BROADCLOTH.
that the failure of one will not ma- Dividends Demand deposits unpaid: ................ 2,000.00 trade for other property. No objection to putting in additional I Belgian make fine Merino wool satin finish in

terially affect the prosperity of the Individual deposits all the new wanted shades, black included.
subject to cheek..$220,365.85 money, if your property has the value. This is

state.When Certificates of deposit Regular $1.75 quality, Saturday for --$ X .19
the is and the busi- due in less than 30
war over days .............. 8.385.0O an opportunity for somebody.
ness of the country becomes normal, Certified checks .... 31.67 Regular $1.50 quality, Saturday ---.89c..
Cashiers checks outstanding
when the factories and mills of the ........... 5438.67
North give employment to the idle labor U. S. deposits..... 10000.00
Postal savings dePOBlU -
of that section, then will come .............. 1.407.90 READYTOWEARExtra

that revival in business that will deposits State and. municipal....... 6000.00
make Florida the most prosperous Deposits with noticeof Special!
less than 30
section in the country.To Time Deposits: days. 20.000.00271.629.09
the North we must look for Certificates of deposit due on S. Y. WAY THESE PRICES GOOD FOR SATURDAY
or after 30 day ..........._.... 64834.88 ONLY
markets for our truck and citrus Rediscounts with Federal Reserve
fruit. When their business is in the Bills bank .......................... 2.500.00 ANY FALL OR WINTER COAT SUIT

suffer with them. payable representing including obligations Regular value $15.00 to $20.00, Saturday
slumps we along money borrowed Insurance and Real Estate
... ....... .............. 43.500.00 Agent,
This shows how the prosperity of S3.98

one section of the country affects an- State Total of .Florida......._.. ..,.... ........$494.677.69 Regular value $30.00 to $35.00 Saturday__

other-how interdependent we are. County of Granite- s_ PHONE 172 89.98
L Chas. P. Dow cashier of the above-
--o named bank do solemnly swear that the . Regular value $40.00 to $50.00. Saturday
THE FIRST KISS- above statement is true to the beat of my
knowledge and elief. SIS 98
The greatest surprise in the worldto CHAS. P. DOW. Cashier.
Subscribed and Regular value $55.00 to $65.00, Saturday
sworn to before me this
a girl who is kissed for the first 6th day of January. 1915.

time is that there is no taste to it.- A. N. GOODWIN, Notary Public. 8i8.93
Exchange. Correct M.-O.Attest OVERSTREET.: NOTE-These prices good for ONE day

BENJ. only. .
Which causes the editor of the Red- J. T. HENDRICKS.DREW.

field Journal Observer to thus give Directors. -I I

vent to memories of earlier days: --- --- __ ____ _ ____ ___ u__ __ _ ___ _ MEN'S FURNISHING DEPT.
No taste Saturday is absolutely the last day to
to it. Well, by the hen-
participate in the big cuts inMEN'S
feathers on Cupid'sdart, but the ed- .
CLOTHING
.- itor of that paper must be color blind WESTERN UNION
A miscellaneous assortment of Men'sThree
L and deaf and dumb in his palate. Piece Suits, ranging in values from

They tell us, those who have tried it, $17.50 to $22.50, on Saturday, the last day,

that it tastes like the doubledistilledessence

of honey spread thick on a NIGHT LETTER $9.98Saturday

large fat slice of pumpkin pie; that is also the last day and your '

its taste resembles a sip of nectar, THEO. N. VAIL, President last chance to secure a splendid A

brewed by the gods and served in a SOFT FELT HAT a

dew-covered honeysuckle blossom. worth from $1.50 to $3.00 for

'Way back in the dim and hazy RECEIVED AT 98 cts.

past long before we had misplacedall
,
3J QO BG 47NL 3 EXQ EXTRA SPECIAL VALUESin
our teeth and had a cinch on the
Men's and Womens High Top Shoes.IVES .
beauty prize, the prettiest girl in the TAMPA, FLA., 20 JAN.
world' told us that our first kiss felt
MGR. LUCERNE THEATRE
like a flock of Paradise birds flutter- ,

ing out each ear and ended with a ORLANDO
FLA.
,
sensation!' like a covey of winged an-

gels pouring molasses down her DICKSON
spine. THE PERFORMANCE OF IL TROVATORE WHICH THE BOS- CO.
No taste to the first kiss! Great

guns! It would make a wooden In- TON ENGLISH OPERA COMPANY GAVE HERE TO-NIGHT CAN

dian's hair curl up into a fluttery BEST BE DESCRIBED AS WON DERFUL. THE PRINCIPALS ARE I

marcel wave and his toe nails quiverin GREAT ARTISTS AND ENTIRE COMPANY IS EXCELLENT.- A
.DEPARTMENT
ecstatic bliss. CAPACITY HOUSE SIMPLY WENT WILD WITH DELIGHT. YOU STORE:
No taste to the first kiss! Why it I .. .
CANNOT PRAISE THEM TOO MUCH.
tastes like the ambrosia pf cherry I ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

blossoms just at the time when the MRS. T. W. PARSONS, I The Store of true service, of never-failing co '
sr.
whirr of the humming bird's wings MANAGER, TAMPA-BAY CASINO. ''I tesy, of fair dealing, of trust-worthy merchandise -*
come to one as a siren song.
at right prices
No taste to the first kiss! 740A ORLANDO FLORIDA
The man who invented that phrase J t

must be an ice box.

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II P Open 2 I
p. m. and 6:30 p. m.
-Edited By Miss Eliza Wright i
II TO-DAY
_Office telephone No. {179. Residence telephone No. 254 ;I i Admission 5 centsTODAY'S


WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR i at the transformation that has taken .1 = (1'.1..1.,1.,01" I

i place in and around the city. They ROGRAM
Januar-23rd.Saturday I expect to remain here until the last I Four Keels Today I BAGS :

I I of March and are pleasantly locatedon =""t' tor. "All at Sea." A comedy'

t Boston Grand Opera. Lucerne thea- j( East Church street. Laugh Day. Four Reels of on board ship, by AI Christie, with :' I AT COST n fl
tre. i; I' Eddie Lyons.Victoria Fotde and Lee I
-oMr. -
Belgian relief card: ,:party; Mrs. Wm. i, Moran. : We have a number of these bags in all sizes
and Mrs. S. B. Caldwell, of
R. O'Neal and Miss O'Neal, hostesses. j Comedy. Powers. Edna Maison in "Kate 1
-0- I I Cleveland, Ohio, are in the city, hav- I Waters of the Second Serv,ice.:' in two I that we will close out at cost. k U {
Mrs. Carr Entertained ing arrived yesterday afternoon on parts. Produced by Charles" Gebl>n.
Imp. "Universal Coy, featuring ,
:Mrs. Forrest Dabney Carr enter the Tampa Special. They are delighted -
Judge Leon Sanders, the friend of the I!
tained the Nullos Club very delightfully j with Orlando and will stay "THE MOVING PICTURE immigrant and :Mary:: Rouberi I

)] on Friday afternoon.'The guests I until Spring. COW BOY"A 11
the club members, and Mrs. t
were -0- Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Wente. of Syra-
:Mather: Smith, of Oakland, Mrs. Ben Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Lippincott, of I' cuse, X. Y., will arrive in Orlando today !
Buxton, Mrs. W. C. Essington, and I Selig Special Feature com- '
P.eadiilgIass.., are among the happy I to spend the remainder of the MANICURE SETS V
W. :M. Glenn. The
Mrs.
high scores !
and contented tourists now visiting in A eason. They will be the guests of
Mrs. Buxton who i plertj two parts. scream 1
were made by received Orlando for their first time. Mr. Lip- Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Traver, at their r
the guest prize, and Mrs. Le- pincott says the climate here is incomparable J from start to finish. home, 402 East street. Mr. Traver AT COST

Roy B. Giles, the club prize. A vase the rainy days were not and wife and Mr. and Mrs Wente
; | Any of the sets we have will be sold at very low
of brilliant hued nasturtiums was on when with the wretched ( their
in it compared spend summers on the St. Lawrence -
each card table. Fruit cocktail, chicken weather they saw in and around river and are neighbors, and figures.

salad, beaten biscuits, and chocolate Boston. They are pleasantly locatedat were induced to come to Orlando U 1 13 i

were served after the games.0 the Lake View and will be here for '- through the advice of the Travers.Lucerne, STERLING :

- three months and perhaps longer.
Other Society News -0-- "THEY CALLED IT BABY"A FRENCH IVORY A j

The Bachelor Girls Card Club met I
Card Party This AfternoonThe PLATED s sti
SILVER
with Miss Alma DeLaney yesterday '
home card party given by the D. A. Biograph Comedy.
afternoon at her on South Main I :
I*. Society for the Belgian relief fundat II
street. Besides the members Miss _
the home of Mrs. W. R. O'Neal
on 0
May Bradshaw, of St. Petersburg, .
Lake will 3 o'clock &
Cherokee begin at
Miss :Mayme Thornton and Mrs. Irwin -

Dunn were guests. The high this afternoon. Those desiring tables TO-DAY .A.llSrl. & Oo-i
:
score was made by Miss Jean Person.A reserved for them will p'ease tele- ; '.
phone Mrs. O'Neal before noon today.
salad course was served by the "THE GREAT IMI'EERYUL '
JEWELERS
Auction and five hundred. Admission ;
bridge -
,
hostess, assisted by Mrs. Dunn and
I 23: SIRKUS"A
:Miss Thornton. --0-- cents.o- .. EVERYTHING GUARANTEED PROMPT REPAIRING

:Mr. and Mrs Wm. Crossley have a i "Due Party" a Success 1 1w
Selig Comedy. "BOSTON ENGLISH OPERA
charming little daughter, Mary Jane, I. The W. C. T. U. "due party," given =;;:: !E&jfc =IO1S

who arrived at their home in Winter I i yesterday afternoon at the parlors of COMPANY"In :

Park a few days ago. Their many J the Methodist church, was a very I

friends in the Orlando will be delighted great success, many members paying Verdi's Beautiful Opera I' eel H+1) ........... II j 1' H I ii ; UI p*<"MW .....: ;
to meet young lady. I[ their dues in advance for 1915. Quite II
;
t
an entertaining program was ren- W. S. Coleman. W. R. Rhan. i
Dr. Henry C. Fisher, former surgeon -!' dered, as follows: Ladies' quartette, HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA" IL TROVATORE"The t .

in the Spanish-American war,!':"Some Glad Day;" reading, Mrs. Edwards -

of Waldron, Colorado, is visiting his I|i ; solo, "Billy Sunday's Famous -I Miserere" l

sisters, Mrs. P. S. Felter and Mrs. j i Song," Mrs. Macy; recitation, SUN PROOF PAINT and satisfaction j

Frank Winston. Mrs. Feller's son, Mrs. Edward Horton, of Dwight, Ill.; An All-Star Cast of International -
I... W. Felter, from Colorado, has been I selection by ladies' quartette, "Out I A are as inseparable as ;

with them also for a visit. They are I for Prohibition;" piano solo, Miss Al- I 5 cents 10 cents i fame.A freckles and red hair. Ask the

enjoying this lovely weather, and mina Gould; 'cello solo, Mr. Stuart .
!I Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co., ,
dreading to return to that cold Rocky j I Gould. Cake, coffee and chocolatewere specially selected and aug-

Mountain state. served by a committee of the "IL TROVATORE" WAS WELL RE- mented orchestra. 205; So. Orange Avenue.Phone .
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--0-- I ladies. About seventy-five ladies CEIVED AT TAMPA 2GlIIIIII'II"'II'I
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Griffin and theirguest were present, many Northern W. C. I
"
I SEATS FROM OC'. TO
Mrs. Nan Kiver, of Ducktown, T. U. members among them. The Tampa Times devoted one column X $2.00TONIGI

Tenn., motored to Orlando yesterdayfrom -o- to praising the Boston English I

Ocoee and spent the day shop- I The Civic League will meet at 3:30 Grand Opera company. On account T ONLY ; "IS.e'D"14r

ping and greeting friends. o'clockIonday at the Chapter House ''of the Sentinel can only give n_ -- - - ---- -
space --- ------- -- --
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at St. Luke's Cathedral and at 3 the following extract: -

Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Peck and Mrs.J. i o'clock there will be a meeting of the "The Boston English Grand Opera

M. Baldwin, of New Haven, Conn., board at the same place.0 company came here with many ad-
FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
arrived in Orlando yesterday after- -- vance promises. Tampa knows to its - r

noon to spend the remainder of the The Country Club will have a dance sorrow what borne of these promisesmean

winter. This is Mr. and Mrs. Bald- next Thursday evening for membersand and how far short the actual Established 1886

win's sixth season in this city, and invite dguests at the Country performances fall of the press agents'''

they have a host of warm friends who Club. advance statements. This can not be

are pleased to see them again. Theyare said of the opera company here last

pleasantly located at 107 Irving SALE OF CLOTHING night. Its promises were not over CURTIS & O'NEAL .
street. Mrs. Baldwin is here on her abundant, it was cleanly advertised

initial visit*and has nice apartmentsat "'. M. Slemons offers about 100 without any exaggerated statementsand

the Childs House on West Church men's and boys' suits at half price. it gave what it promised to do, ,
an excellent performance of Verdi'sbeautiful INSURANCE
street LOANS
1-23-3t H Trovatore staged in per-
- fect style, sung by singers who are
Mr. F. E. Grimes, wife and son, of artists, with a chorus amply suffi-
Dover, N. H., are in Orlando on their TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR cient in volume of tone and drilled to REAL; ESTATE RENTALSFOR
the minute. And they sang in Eng-
initial visit and are so well pleased
RENT-Furnished or" unfurnished lish. True not all the words set to
with this part of the Land of Flowers rooms, with or without the music could be followed, but suf-
that they will make a much longer board. Apply 705 East Central ave- ficient of them were to give the hearer -
visit than first planned. They will nue. l-23-6t an excellent impression of the
it unwound in beautifularia
make their home at the San Juan ho- story as was
FOR SALE-Ford touring car, 1913 duo, trio or concerted music.
tel. model, in first class order. Price and this added materially to the en- RENT---Bimgalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main
-0-- $275. Am going North. Address joyment of the perfqrmance by the
Mr. and :Mrs. II. O. :Miller, of Char- Auto, care Sentinel. 1-23-61 audience." Street.

lotte, N. C., are among the visitors to FOR SALE-Two elegant two story

Orlando, guests at the San Juan. Mr. houses twins; close in; a good investment OSTEOPATHYDR.
Seven Room South Orlando.
.:Miller is president of the National to live in one and rent the House,
Biscuit other, or both. Address owner, R.
: company. Bruce Perry, at the Water Works J. C. HOWELL
-0-- l-23-6t Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon Two New Five Room Houses South West Orlando.
Mr. and :Mrs. C. S. Bell, of Memphis Kirksville Graduate ,

Tenn.. were among the arrivalsin SITUATION WANTED very intelligent Consultation Free
Orlando yesterday. Several sea- white girl wants a place Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan
with a family. Can do house workof HoteL
sons have passed since their last visit any kind. Address N. H., care of Office I'hone 716; Residence 1018 -

and they were very much surprised I SentineL 1-23-lt Orlando, Fla. -,if ,-tf Mit I . . . . 11 I i-, 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . I . . . I. ,I J. ,I I I I I I ,-

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BUYERS AND SELLERS
I buy, sell rent, and exchange real l --4'"l.1Il1ber. La.-ths aI1cl: S11i1.1gles
SENTINELWANTS estate. Have resided in Orlando.Fla.,
over 30 years. Have handled over
$20,000,000. Call and see me.
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.

FOR' CORNS, bunions ingrowingnails
see the chiropodist for men
and women. L. J. Mustard, o'"erIc- .
Elroy's drug store, 117 Orange ave- Y
The Morning Sentinel Want
nue. Pedicure and manicure. o
Directory is the Greatest Want 1-16-lmc -
Ad Medium in Orlando. ORLANDO
r
Terms Cash in Advance. NICHOLAS & NICHOLAS .
MANUFACTURE all classes of hairgoode I r
RATES priers reasonable and work
For One Day _________-____2Zc first class. Call and see us at 30'J
For Three Days ____________:50c Garland street. 1-6-1mo. Royal Cement, Agatile Plaster and Perfection Lime
, For Six Days -______________73c
A CORNER{ LOTIs For One Month -------_____$2.50 ATTENTION!-$700 corner lot, good _.
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This rate applies on all ads of location, two blocks north of Lake -- - -
25 words or less. If the ad con- Eola $500: ; must sell; would consider I
always the Buyer's; choice. tains more than 25 words the rate r small car part payment. E. R. T. ." " " " , ,. 11,.
will be one cent per word for Box 122. l-17-6t
There are but few corners, each additional word for each in-
and they are generally sold sertion. 14. BUILDNG LOTS
If you can't bring your ad to Desirable house lots for sale at the
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- corner of Amelia and Kentucky avenues SUB-TROPICAL EXPOSITION
early.We counts opened by telephone will be on east side of and facing Rock
have a house on a payable' the following day. lake. Citrus trees on every lot. See .
good corner lot, all modern owner on premises. Geo. F. Miller.
Every Home-Every Business- 1-21-lt MID-WilNTER \
and up-to-date. Every Man has use for a
Sentinel Want Ad. Established 1870 A ..

A NEW HOUSE R. E. COCHRAN CO., Inc.
-
FOR SALE 132 Park Place, New York OEL..A. DO. FL
The price is very low for Wholesale Dealers and Commission _

this grade of property. Call FOR SALE-A trio of bronze turkeysfor Merchants in Florida Orangesand A

in and let us take you out and 559 ring breeding.4. Telephone 1-22-Gtc Ensign, Represented by Grapefruit FEB. 9-13 1915

show it to you today.A !'
Geo. W. Tull
FOR SALE-A good upright piano, Orlando, Fla.
few minute's walk to very cheap. Inquire at Orland Liberal advances made on con
business center. hotel. 1-22-3tc signments.R. EDUCATIONALEmbracingAgriculture
E. Cochran, President.T. .
FOR SALE-Country Gentleman L. J
I Turnej Treasurer.
ORLANDO BUILDING & LAND CO Golden Evergreen Dent, Hickory Corn.King Get, andStovell's 1-22-2m I Horticulture, Floriculture, Domestic
my
prices. J. L.' Dean City Drug More, Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry

II North PHONE Orange 608 Avenue next to Arcade. 1-20-12tc SPECIAL I and the products of South Florida.- Racing, Polo, Sports

FOR SALE Modern home 7 rooms AreoplansLecturesand Entertainments of all kindsFor :
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL hall, bath screened porch, extra
large closets and trunk room; locatedin THIS
FRED B. DALEC. first class residential district; 5 I
H. BRYANT minutes from postoffice. For quick
sale will take $2,500. Terms. Inquireof I information or premium list, address
DAVIS A GILES. CounselF. owner, 312 North Main. l-20-12tc WEEKRED I

A. PEPPERCORN. Contractor I \VM.' R. O'NEAL, Sec'y H. H. DICKSON, Pres.e7ly4writm .
THREE LOIS and a five room house,
located on Ohio avenue, in Oak- SOUR CHERRIESIIUCKLEBERRIES I
wood Park, for sale. For further in-
formation call at tent on Ohio ave- I 11111111111111.1111.1.1.1..I.fllll..I.I.II.IIIII..J.11,1", .. .
"DIXIE nue. 1-19-61 !
: LIMITED"Between PEACHES I.!

FOR SALE Six cylinder Thomas PEARS
touring car, in good condition; four ..
new tires; an excellent motor; cost RED RASPBERRIESIn
4,500 new; will sell cheap for cash, or
J cksonTille, Chicago and St. Louis take a good Ford touring car as part glass quart jars. Closing
payment. ,Address P. O. Box No. 2, out all our sizes
Reestablished January: 6, 1915 quart at cost
}Formosa Fla. 1196t'FOR $;,PnJ"
'--- price.
Northbound Daily i Southbound
SALE OR RENT-With stock
9:35 am Lv. Jacksonv'e Ar. 7:30 .
pm and best farm in
5:08 tools county; variety -
pmAr. Macon Lv.11:45 am
fruits 1,600 trees; elegant up-
8:03
Ar. Atlanta
pm Lv. 8:35 am to-date Room 3, Rock
12:18 buildings etc. .
Ar.
am Chattan'ga Lv.
4.50 am Ar. Nashville Lv.12.10 4:37 am am I Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- CARUTHiRS & GORE
9:28 am Ar. Evansville Lv. 7:30pm er. I 1-16-tfc
6:35 pm Ar. Chicago Lv.lli30am I KINCMRffSNO11ENOrlando's .
2:59 pm Ar. St. '1 iS--Wl5Pm FOR SALE-Story (& Clark upright
grand piano won I by Miss Myrtle New Modern G Grocery
Solid Train Compartment-Observa Weeks in the recent contest will be
tion cars. Standard Pullman cars and sold for benefit of Baptist church
coaches between building fund. Piano may be seen
Chicago. Standard Jacksonville Pullman sleepers and at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Phone 200 Largest and Cheapest

Jacksonville to St. Louis.DINING Weeks, 10 Washington street.
1-13-tfc
,. 6 and 8 East
-- Pine St. FURNITURE HOUSECor.
CARS FOR SALE-To those only who have
cash capital to invest in winter
I homes; also big acreage in groves and
Atlantic Coast!Line ,trucking lands. Address Box 814,
Orlando. 1-8-lmoc 11 Main and Pine Sts. Orlando.

Standard Railroad of the SouthJ.
FOR SALE-30 acres land, 20 fenced, W
10 cleared ready for setting trees;
G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., close to depot, 3 miles from Orlando. ,
Tampa Florida. Cheap if sold in 30 days. Lock Box DR. L. H. RAMSDELi
No. 4, 1-3-lmo' OPTOMETRIST !' ,

(8*oe mr U Dr. O. P. Ukh.i) t

Real Estate Boughtand FOR six) cylinder SALE-One automobile seven, 1 passenger year old, ORLANDO FLORIDA
first class condition. Don't answer WE FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSES
Sold. unless interested. Address Bargain AND DO ALL KINDS OF I


City Building-Lots, J106; 91M cash care of Sentinel. SALE 1114tfFOR I 01 nALKEPAlKDiQ'GORDON'S' CARRIAGE B Beg Hin tile N w Year r RiHb -


and $1.00 per week buys a Lot Terma to Suit Purchaser
I Good citrus and truck land, cleared,
RENTS COLLECTED. in 6, 10, 20 or more acre plots, on -AND-
Notary Work Promptly and Neatly brick road to be built this year two
Done. miles from Orlando. Phone 1024 4
rings or write H. G.Jackson.B. F. D. BAGGAGE TRANSfER

l No.-7-lmo 2, Orlando* for appointment. Cook and Heat

N. P. HATCHER L. T. HARRELU Prop. .

i FOR RENT Piano and Furniture ,
ORLANDO FLORIDA
FOR RENT-Suite of two rooms for Moving a Specialty
Office at Pinehurst ParkP. light housekeeping modern
; conveniences -
' O. Box 281 ; with private family; to adults E. Church St. PHONE 487 WITH
only. Apply 512 South Lake street.
PHONE 405 !081mORLANDO Phone 562. l19t


! SEVEN ROOM, new stucco cottage, LAKE SITEFour .
; one block from Eola park; com
mands fine view of city. Price $5,500.
I H. C. McDaniel phone 708.

FOR RENT-seven: room house; wa- GAS "
! PLUMBING C0 ter, gas, electric lights, bath, etc.; miles from Orlando one ,
E barn stable,chicken house; lot 100 by mile from Post Office Schoolsand
r 200 feet. Apply at 735 North Orange Churches and Packing
avenue. 10-31-t .
26 WEST PINE STREET t House. On good road just one

PHONE 122 FOR RENT-Large, attractive room. mile from Orlando Sandford
I E Inquire No. 8 West Washington St. .


!" Best Plumbing at Low 'FOR 11-8-tfc veniences RENT,-unfurnished.Small flat, modtrn Jas.con-A. oad.Surrounded Pine Timber.by fine Groves Excellent; Virginia Then n Wll' Surely IY be lla Y '

est PricesWe Knox. 11-3-tf Citrus Land with water protection -

and beautiful lake frontage
NICE. LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,
are not in the combine.
to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
SLAUTER'S all firstclaMPlumbing latest inventions usedon 10-25-tf Sixty Acres at \



Construction: Now is the WANTED time to order GRIF- $20 Per Acre 1
FING'S ROSES. W. H. Brokaw.
salesman. 12-16-tf ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
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NEIL McDUFFEE :[
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PUTTYLESS WINDOW SASH-The!
owner wants to trade full right of Think of it and see I \!
Florida to make and sell for Orlando I'. DEPARTMENT
Contractor and Builder flat, centrally located. Call 407 Jacki i GAS {
son street, evenings at 6 o'clock. '|: ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. I
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r -. Apopka News Notes 1 1I Rev Geo..D. Renee, pastor. of the within a few dale Let the good
.Methodist church here, preached a'I work go'cn.* Dr. BuckmasterOSTEOPATH
ORLANDO ROOFINGAND 'i --- I very interesting discourse to a well .
Fla., Jan. 20. Miss Ada
Apopka filled house last Sunday night. I I A new packing house is being builtat
Lovell returned last Sunday after- The Sunday school interest in'I' the Bailey grove at South Rock-
noon from an extended visit to friendsin Apopka continues to increase as the ledge. I Graduate of Kirksville
SHEET METAL CO. Washington, D. C., and reports a records show that last Sunday there|{i i,I
I ,most delightful visit. were 94 in attendance at the Metho-,I I BEAUTY SPECIALISTMrs. 132 S. Orane Avenue
Editor C. A. Barnes made a busi- list school and 72 at the Rapist'Ii Minnie Sawyer, of Boston,
Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos, ness trip to Kissimmee Tuesday. i school. That is indeed a fine record 'would be pleased to do work at your i,I::ABOVE PEOPLES BANK PHONE 518
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i i Prof. Keho'e, of Atlanta, was in I for a town the size of Apopka.It I!homes or hotels. Shampooing, face ,I i__
11' and Rubber RoofingsCornices our town Tuesday, representing Jacobs now looks like Apopka will ha"eI I i and scalp, hair specialist; manicuring, chi-i
ropody dressing. Phone
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, & Co., advertising agency. I a modern equipped packing house located -! 10 West Concord avenue Orlando.680.1!Dr. S. S. Jones
Skylights Heating, Ventilating, !Metal Ceilings Mr. Ford, of Indiana, arrived here here and ready for the next I I I 1-15-12t. I,
. Saturday night from Indiana, and is crop of citrus fruit. CHIROPRACTOR
the guest of the families of James Apopka is free site located Ii
Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO I offering a. !i PHONE 616 i graduate Davenport College, 17 and
and Ben Smith. adjoining the railroad with *t 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone
Col. and Mrs. Pickens, of Hender- switching facilities and also abate- AUTO FOR HIRE 209. Intelligent people everywhereare
sonville N. C., arrived here Sundayi ment of municipal taxes for fifive : FIRST CLASS REPAIRING being restored to health by chiropractic
the science
| adjustments new
i i morning and are making their winter years for a canning factory located
; of the of disease. Examination
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j erington. I some enterprising person. 17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla. I
SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT i D. W. Clark made business trip (12-10-lm Get the news la the Sentinel first.
a The new moving picture show is __ _
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LUCERNE NICIT January'23rd ': Prof. J. F. McKinnon filled his regular the electric plant to furnish the
Saturday C 1
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THEATRE ONLY l 1 i I ur-I CO.We
SEED
;church here last Sunday morning and j i i! The various committees have WRIGHT .
preached to a fair audience. +j i appointed and assigned their duties
The Society Event of the Theatrical SeasonENGLISH I Mrs. W. R. McLeod is reported on i in connection with the midwinter fair carry the Largest Stock of Seed in
the sick list this week. |I I at Orlando and it is expected that avery
c| W. R. McLeod has treated his home 1 creditable display will again be Orange County. Agents for the Celebrated -

BOSTON COMPANY at the corner of Central avenue and I placed on exhibit from Apopka,where National Guano Fertilizers
OPERA |Fifth street to a new coat of paint, farming and truck growing is carried

I Wm. Gage wielding the brush in an '[on successfully without irrigation. 2O6 So. Orange Ave.
i In a Master Production of the World's Favorite Opera- !artistic manner. Don't miss the Apoka exhibit this
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VERDI'S BEAUTIFUL Work of erecting the tower for the year at the fair. .
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i tank at the new water and light plant I Official notice has been given the
i is well under way and will stand more I'j I officers of our town that work of ) ' ' " .
"IL TROVATORE
i than 50 feet high when completed. "building the brick road to connect Orlando I
i, The street work for lighting the I with Apopka will be started Painting and DecoratingHave

a With. the Most Remarkable Cast of Stars Ever Heard in "town by electricity has been almost I _
English Opera, including I I completed now anti before the first of I FOR SALE I j
j February lights will be burning much i ij : .
EATEST j to the delight of everyone. iI No.1. Forty virgin pine tim your house painted now and save money.
f JOSEPH[ F.I SHEEHAN[[ AMERICTEN:: I! Every one planning to plant to-I i ber land, on south acres side of lake front,. Years trying and now can paint your house and give

matoes here this year and W. B. Da-j three-fourths tion. 1000. mile from railroad sta you1; four years' guarantee. Leave one-third of money

MIRTH CARMEN LOUIS HEMMING vis, representing the Southern Grow-I j i with you for that time. I put on paper that will stay on.
HAROLD J. GElS ARTHUR DEANE ers' company, will no doubt pack the'! No. 2 Seventy-five acres, on lake I Work the best and prices the cheapest. Estimates free. :
HENRI DeV AREE EVLINE VAN AERNAM entire crop here this season. front one-half mile from Forest City; i
WILLIAM HAMILTON WILLIAM YOUNG C. A. Casserznan of Springdale. |six acres bearing orange grove; good Ii Address GIBBS, MAGNOLIA HOUSEiiiiniiijiininniitiiiitittiiiitt't
house.
terms.
eight room $4,500; | ii
ELAINE DeSELLEM CLARK HARCOURT Ark., who has ben here for some : ***********'*
GRACE DOXSEE AND OTHERS days investigating real estate, will No. 3. Twenty acres, four miles I i J'i
from the city, lake front twelve '
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probably invest here before leaving, I J
The Superb Boston English Opera Chorus, as he says he is well pleased with the !i acres crop recently bearing sold orange two thousand grove; orange three i a
: country around Apopka. i hundred boxes. Three hundred boxes j I
and Augmented Orchestra Under t
Allison Witherington spent several J I[of grapefruit now on trees. $6,500; j MAGRUDER'S"Country
Direction of Basil Harsfall. terms.
days visiting his parents here during( I
the past week.Rawlings I' No. 4. Lot 70x190 feet, on brick:
The most finished and artistic performance of 'IlTrovatore Ahearn, formerly of this street; high class neighborhood.
ever taken on Tour," is the verdict of Press and Public. I place but now located in Cincinnati $1,000.No. Club Car Service"LEAVES

has been visiting his old home here 5. Thirty acres near hard sur-
IJRT1 S for the past week. face road; one mile from railroad
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The new city hall will be station, on lake front; four acres AND SAN JUAN 9 A.M. AND 2 P.M.
ready EMPIRE
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: 75c.f $1.00 $1.50 and $2.00Seats budded grove; six hundred boxes of
for occupancy by the first of Febru- fruit; one hundred and fifty thousandfeet
will be placed on sale at DeLaney's Drug Store, ary and it is indeed a very creditable virgin pine timber. $3,000. RETURN FROM COUNTRY CLUB 12.30 PJM..and. 5.30 P.M

; Monday morning., January 18. ::I building Mrs. T.for J.our Smith little returned city. this J. E.Office CRAWFORD Orland, Hotel. Service from any Hotel in the City by calling PHONE 34. "]

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


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


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


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



(L Free autos will leave State Bank corner to take you out and bring you back.


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

There is nothing better for investment or homes in Orlando. We have location-quality-re.striction.s--eley-ation 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.




Colon.ial: Laaad CO.



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



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


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oar ,coffee..::.Tbe-:.rtom;}>epn.;tot>flll portm ntoj>po $e.tovme. Y){er.eonlpaaion coffee ifcnd sympathy.: We-arrived_ inT -- \ K mS
.ffITFRSFROMAR'LONE with our companions, each ;carrying a. kindly .Iogkingaiattatoodat Btadapest'dead'tired at. 10:31 Tp. za.1 [\iAnl D
his baggage. We, .all shook hands the?door ,and.
with_much ceremony,.and..the..bab_ al of beside her, making one.more than.the .wanted 'a bath, but the maid said they | Uneeda Biscuit f
BY MISS NELLIE BLY many different languages' made a din compartment was intended to hold. had hot ,water only in the morning.I Paris Says the French Were 'i'
that exceeded any club tea ever given But the aisle and platform were tumbled into bed unwashed. Tempt the appetite Equal to the Germans at
in New York or elsewhere.Our filled with luggage, and he could do Tuesday I awoke at 7 by the clockon please the taste and Notre Dame-Berlin )
nourish the
A FEATURE FOR commander did not appear. I nothing else. He turned out to be a the station. I rang for the maid Crisp clean and fresh-body. Statement

became anxious about my bags. To nice fellow. The lady, with the whit- and told her I wanted my bath. She cents in the moisture-
be travelling with two dresses in the est skin I ever saw, was his sister. I said it was occupied. She would getit 5 Paris Jan. 21.Tonight's official
SENTINELREADERS I proof package. ,
limit. To be threatened with separa- She was a Pole. Her husband was an as soon as possible: I told her by I communique says:

tion from one when one is to land ina officer. She had her brother tell me signs--I had no voice-not hoarse, "To the north of Notre JtIIIp.e! at
very modern up-to-date city is ap in German that she had not heard but literally voiceless. I had no cold.I I j Delorette the enemy violently bom-

palling. I confided my fears to Mr. from her husband since September 2. got my bath at 11. It took all day 'barded our positions and at 5 a. m.
Schriner and he agreed to get a cab Did I think it was the fault of the for the crowd to get their turn. I attack which
I I began a new was soon
while I took a soldier and returnedfor war mails? and had I any idea where am not sure all succeeded even then. 1 repulsed. t

my bags.I Feldpost 32 was? At 12 the commander decided the j "In
the two
Champagne region
Nellie Bly, special correspondent -
; That Miss dark I with the beard two Americans should to better
the Journalin half ran down the streets. I The lady coughed go small woods north of Beause Jour
for Evening could find door. They' The heat unbear- Mr. Schriner and I started
not my own all the time. was quarters so !1 farm The
to reach I were occupied by us. en-
Austria, was the delighted firing line at i. all looked alike. 'Only by opening the able. She only woke up when we forth to the Astoria. It sounded I emy delivered counter attacks but
Budapest from unlocked ones and stumbling into the opened the door or window, and then homelike. As we entered the lobbya unsuccessful.
I they were
following -
the
Przemysl is readily seen by could I tell I close them.A in ab rownish uniform '
dark, cobbled entrances only long enough to man ran up "In the Argonnes the Germans
: I was wrong. At last I struck the Snore's WhereforeHer to me with great joy. It was Adolf I'
made
I \ a strong attack on Salient, OUTline
right one, to my extreme joy, and husband, wrapped in the rug, von Leidenfrost, a Hungarian by'' Baronet BiscuitRound in the neighborhood of St. Hu-
BY NELLIE BLY. found my bags where I had left them. I snored. I did not blame him, for he birth, an American by naturalization. bert. Following a violent bombardment -

Budapest, Hungary, Nov. 10-I left Wth the soldiers staggering along told me later they had been four dayson I; He speaks ten different languages. ; thin, tender-flavorappropriate of our trenches they began an

Alt Sandez at 5 a. m. Sunday, Nov- under the awkwardness of them, not the train. They were refugees. I I introduced him to the American Relief I j _with a delightful for attack, but were repulsed by a heavy

ember 8, for Budapest. I went to bed the weight, I went back to the square, All they had left in the world was when they arrived, and he had | luncheon, tea and fire from our infantry supported by
at 12 o'clock Saturday night with my where dozens of carriages of ancient contained in two rugs which were helped Captain Cross get the Americans \; dinner. 10 cents. I artillery."In ,
clothes on. We were ordered to report design were assembled. I went peer- I bound with rope and rested on the out of Budapest. Now he was the region of Hartmann-Wei- .
at the Pressequartier at 3:15a. ing into many before I found Mr. rack above our heads. I did blame helping Dr. MacDonald with the I lerkop fighting continues."

m. for coffee. I did not undress, Schriner. It was so dark I could not him, though, for monopolizing the American Red Cross. o- .
because I had practically to watch distinguish features.I i!rug. His wife Vas thinly dad and I Berlin Statement
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don't know who had the braveryto that needed ; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR I
myself sleep. I had no way of being had a cough no expert I Berlin, wireless to London, Jan. 21.
called. start, but all the carriages fell I diagnosis. I Editor Sentinel-The National Fed -Main headquarters of the army
.. The little Polish Jewess, my land- I into line for Neu Sandez without wait. J The day was spent visiting each I eration of Musical Clubs has just I makes the following announcement:

lord's daughter, tried to persuade me ing for our commander. The dimly- Vien-na. completed plans by which a young I :: "In the region to the westward of
to go to bed, but I was afraid she did lignted station was filled with people I| artist can gain an appreciative hear the Vistula and to the northeast of
not understand that I was to leave at and outside they sat on their""baggage which was read aloud to different lag I Bolimow our attacks have progressed

3, and so I had little confidence in or stood in groups waiting.COMMANDER (groups. We had seen no parers for The National Federation of Musical \ The Russians westward of Lepaurno,

her apparent anxiety no make me i ARRIVES i several days. Roda Roda showed me Clubs, through its student department ZuZuPrince I in Kieloe, have been repulsed." .'
sleep. But she was a faithful dear. At 4:55 a. m. our commander ar- : my name in his signed article. It I make an' announcement that 1 _
She appeared on the moment of 3 rived. He had no coffee, so he went i|pleased him, and me also. I will interest every musician in Amer I of appetizers 1 STATE CHEMIST ROSE'S ANNUAL

o'clock with a cup of hot tea with back into the station. The train pulledin The day crawled and we starved. I ica. A plan was evolved at a recent I Makes daily trips from REPORT
\ Land to
rum in it. I offered her two kronen at 5, and we began to try and pileon. We were told scores of times that a j boadr meeting in Chicago whereby Ginger-Snap

when I left, but she refused to take We could not. The train seemed dining car would be attached. at the twelve young American taught musf- I where.waiting mouths Say Zu every-Zu to State Chemist R. E. Rod has issued -
it. to be already filled and the waiting next station. But our only feast was : clans by establishing themselves as I his annual report for the year
the grocer man, scents.
Mr. (; I' crowd with voluminous luggage, began one of vision-a beautiful valley with capable candidates may have the privilege I 1914, which shows that the state

can @orgeA.SchrineranAmeri-I'! I a regular Ctney'Island July Sun- thirteenth cenury palaces perched on of appearing on a program as I treasurer received for sale of inspection -
door a few moments later. He had a I day push. Our commander appeared extraordinary mountain tops and ris- soloists at the great biennial festival, 1 stamps for commercial fertilizer

linen bag over his broad shouldersand I't and added to the confusion by demanding ing out of beautifully strange gray ,I to be held in Los Angeles next June. I : and cotton seed meal ,$60,203.14, and
a sleeping rug in his hand. He I excitedly the whereabouts stone peaks. That and the exquisite The, selection of such candidates will for commercial feedstuffsI8t..u..
is perfectly fitted out as a war correspondent -l lof the two extra cars which were to valleys and splendid cattle and won- be made by means of elimination I f I[The actual appropriation for the

who must carry his own I at the disposal of the press. ,. derful ladies out in their Sunday fin- !through a series of contests. Judgesof ;chemical division for 1914 was $22-
luggage.I Finally the police had to be called ery of ballet skirts, high boots and local and national reputation will ,1200, and the actual expenditures was
had three dress-suit cases and one I to remove sufficient protesting individuals '. colored silk handkerchiefs over their pronounce upon the merits of contestants ,$20,738.37. f

linen bag. Our commander said I to make room for us. I was \I i heads, and the gentlemen in their I Delegates and officials will '
need not worry about them, as he finally placed in.a compartment with 1 white underwear-like trousers, with 1 be asked to listen to these young mu- f I FROM BLOOMINGTON. ILLINOIS

would have. his servants attend to my a sleeping man, enfolded in a rug; a much be-colored side ornamentation, i sicians with a view to engaging them -
( Delmar C. Gee of Bloomington, Ill,
baggage.. So I followed.Mr. Schrinerand sleeping woman with a beard, a black filled our day if not our stomachs.I for their clubs on American day programs Buy biscuit bah ed byNATIONAL is in Orlando'and will remain' | for several -
his pocket electric down the dark lace 'mantle over her head and shoes \I At 5 it was dark. At 6 a dining I -the following season. weeks attending to business interests -
street to the Pressequartier.The buttoned on the wrong way-that is, :car really was attached. The press For information concerning conditions is is
thislocality.
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lights were dim and everything the 'right on the left foot and l left on had first call. After we were seated of contest, address Mrs. JamesH. BISCUIT 1fr.Gee acquired
t : talented soloist and has notice
was.quiet. John Quincy Adams< was 'the right. In the third corner, under dinner was cooked. I lasted throughthe Hirsch, state vice-president. Box I in central IUinoi.s. Gorge A.
asleep' with his head on the table. hanging coats, snoozed a boy. In the soup. Then the closeness of the 701, Orlando, Fla. COMPANY '
[stringfield and.M.-N. Newtoy, also of
Three others. were,dozing in a omer.h fourth corner. sat an officer. A wonderfuI2y t car and my headache made me retreat .
'" - I Always look for that name (Btoomington, ar stopping .J|.Jbe. Or
Drink Coffee. j Vfate woman, with brown '{\ .Fugazzi .Co., have resumed the land hotel.
Our arrival made the attendants eyes and ,hair and green veil and i Black Coffee "shipment of. fruit from .their Val- f I
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appear and shortly ,we were drinking sweater, ,was ,pushed- Into. the cpm- ,} Our commander brought me black t rico grove. Mighty convenient-Sentucl .want.. .

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B.19 Store SPECIAL ,


One lot of Wool Ladies' Waists, J#'

Dress Goods in plain
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These goods are all ([Few I lots of choice merchandise at very unusual prIces.. Crepes, all white, .1;s

worth $J.25 and $J.50 slightly 1 soiled worth
In order to make room for our new stock of Summer j

per yd. Special to Goods which is arriving daily, we are closing out our up to $3. limit 2 to ;

.. close out at, present stock at remarkably low prices. We know you a customer for,

C. will find some every day need among the many articles 1

25 on sale, and that you will make a great saving if you do 48 C j

your buying now! .

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offerings from the Shoe Depart

ment on lines of Men's Shoes we are closing
out. We have your size and styles in all
leathers.

I N Men's $4.50 Shoes -_______________$3.48 Men's: $6.00 Shoes ------------____$4.89
iIIIIill: :' Men's $4.00 Shoes -----___________$2.98 Men's $5.00 Shoes ---_---------_3.79

Men's $3.50 Shoes ________________$2.19
;' (._iiii:1:: iJfI We heartily recommend this style to
% Ladies Shoes in New Date ,
l Up-to- Lasts, _
men of fashion who desire to be dressed
I' with Kidney heels all sizes and widths, at % =<
in the height of fashion. Just one of our the following low prices: r

I j many styles. .Let us show .>ou. Cut $6.00 values at -----------_______$1.89 ."
Prices on Suits and Overcoats. $5.00 values at __________________$3.98
0 $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$12.73; $3.00 values at __________________$2.29 r .r. .

$20.00 Suits and Overcoats at$14.75 Odd lot Misses and Children's Shoes;
$22.50 Suits and Overcoats at_$16.7d sizes 111/j to 6, $2.50 values at$1.98
Special care given to fitting Children's s ; L'.nEy(0 I I
$25.00 Suits and Overcoats at18.75
COPTRl&nr 1914 feet. Bring or send them to us. We are.
THP HOUSE OF KUPPCNMEIME
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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 J
gold mat handles, 100 pieces, $39.50 quality__$28.98 all of the late models, specially priced at ONE-HALF Crepes, Serges, Wool Taffeta and Gabardine, j

4 Haviland$35.00 China quality Dinner for__Set___,_decorated________,__100___pieces_____,_$25.98 Price.$15.00 COAT SUITS in this sale at _____________$7.50 in all the--wanted--_---_-shades.----,-_$1.00----__and---_-$1.25quality ----___69c J
$20.00 COAT SUITS in this sale at _____________$10.00 One lot Wool Dress Goods, in plain and fancy
Haviland fully China decorated Dinner with Set Mat of Gold 100, pieces,set beauti- $J5.00 COAT SUITS in this sale at______________$12.50 weaves, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 qualities ________48e 1
$85.00 for.$67.60Haviland $30.00 COAT SUITS in this sale at _____________$15.00
China Dinner Set of 100 pieces, white Imported Wool Challies, light and dark grounds, 1
and gold bands, $90.00 set for ______________$69.00 LADIES' and CHILDRENS'' COATS small neat designs, 50c and 60c. quality _______39e
Austrian China Dinner Set of 100 pieces, white Chiffon Taffeta Silk, as soft as satin, with a beautiful 1
and gold, perfect in shape, $55.00 set for$36.50 at HALF PRICE sheen, all shades, 36 inches wide, $1.50 i
quality _______________98c
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English China Dinner set of 100 pieces, light blue, $2.50 COATS in this sale at ____________________$1.25 1
white and gold, and green and gold, $29.00 set COATS in this sale at____________________$2.00 Silk Crepe for Evening Dresses, a beautiful line
$4.00
__________________________ ___ in 1
for ______ $21.50 plain and fancy weaves, Pink, Light Blue,
$5.00 COATS in this sale at ___________________$2.50 White, )
China Dinner Set of 65 pieces, white and gold, __________________ Cream Lavendar, Navy Yellow and 1
COATS in this sale at
$10.00 $5.00 Black 75c. quality ________ 50c
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$5.50 set for --- ____________$3.98 - -- :
$15.00 COATS in this sale at___________________$7.50 Chiffon Velvet beautiful
soft finish, light
Special Discount of 10 per cent. on all China during $20.00 COATS in this sale at___________________$10.00 Russian Blue, Moravian Plum, Green weight and ;
this Sale. $25.00 COATS in this sale at ______,____________$12.50 Black, full yard wide, $5.00 quality -----_____$3J>0 !

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Saturday Night Specials! ROOf GARDEN[ THEATRE Saturday. Night Specials! !

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' CAMBRIC MUSLIN, full yard yard, soft finish, SATURDAY NIGHTGold SWEATERS, for Children, Boys and Misses, at one-half ;
12V c. quality, 10 yards for ----------________75c their regular price.
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EDEN AND DUCKLING FLANNELS, splendidline Seal Drama, 2 ReelsMASTER SCARFS AND SQUARES, some lace trimmed and i

of patterns, regular 20c. quality-----_____lOc KEY. some with drawn work value $1.00, your choice48e
BLANKETS, large size, good heavy weight, $1.75
SHEETS, HARVARD AND EVERLASTING,
Nestor Drama quality, limit 1 pair to customer ___98c ..
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bleached and free from dressing, size 81x90, .
85c. quality ----------------------_________69c When It's One of Your Own CURTAIN SCRIM, 1 yard wide, white and Ecru,
15c. quality -
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SUGAR, in sacks only, 25 pounds for ---------___$1.40 Joker-Comedy -------
LADIES SHOES AND OXFORDS, all small sizes,
BEST CREAM CHEESE ___ZOc The Village Postmaster values to for !
--------------------- up $4.00 ___59c
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Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Duggan of f
a Endicott N Y., are recent arrivals in I
Orlando. They are delighted with
this part of Florida and will remain
here until the middle of April.


Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Griffin and Mrs.
C. W. Griffin of Kissimmee, spent
yesterday in Orlando with Mr. and
Irs. S. S. Griffin, at their home on
Lake Eola.
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Safe Fcsdi for the Exposit Trip Mr. E. II. :McNeill who has been
spending several days in Brooksville
With "A.B.A." Ciieq'u \vs"l: avo I mapy xvirrie; ? i.i looking after his property interests in TJ
regard to your travel m.tn"y"w -rn y".i t j.; & 1 me Exposition that section, returned home yesterday
,.or anywhere c.I-e it the l'i r.--l Srarrs "I"v arc mu h afternoon. .
safer to ca.'ry in* i c. %n. '["here i> r 1 *"TI| rnpf' in F
: usinz them-;just cou :t r-sj:1; a cliry.ie .m,! p y y >ur hl1.lIord !I.
,. I '- . :Ii. i i.-'l I tl: !t. ,' nir-rha .. .:,.dc.: ,: a..ctpttyeu Messrs. N. B. Broward and Mar- Your comfort and prosperity for
,ifl.! shall Rowland motored to Daytona
yesterday, returning last night with -
fi.. American ** some visitors who: will spend sometime (
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;! Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Pearson and 1
/.j depends upon yourself and l your ,.
... I'. ,... (....rl I ..'.' ," ..... s.. ._. ,. -:; .. son, Charles, arrived in Orlando yesterday connections. .
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YarNAAJQjtF :.bn .f'J' -. .. : from Knoxville Tenn., and
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.. r.. 4f' :'J. s... .":' -., visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lord at
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"' ,:' .-;;:.--" ":' -.. -....... ..r0 their home on Lucerne Circle.
4 r J"Y ; savinzs or checking hank
: t f'tr t :N1 :, .i\\" .. 1 t accountin
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"hll tr-t r r /h l this institution is
'!: ) h Piano tuning, $:.sO; factory expert a positive step
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; best of local reference; regulating forward.
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; ; : :.4- . .i voicing, and cleaning work
...it' 'I" nH.; :: : ; guar-
: "' ''1 I th'. -! anteed. Mr. Mack, phone 218 the
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.. . ;w ( .!)\ : vfes5P } Mr.\ E. A. McKoy president of the .

,i:;: ". '_ .;;-;:-- JcKoy Land company, arrived in Orlando ::: :; i
; '-., r.. .... '- ..,," ;-;;,.. j yesterday from New Orleans
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". ..'J.I'1."f".. .;r.:3r, SN':Ji,16ir: _'sees'driF : 'w's.'J. ;'-G.,,....,' -J-.t._, __\' tI'j-L' $ and is spending today in the city, aguest ..,.... . .. "..-.:.

at the San Juan. .
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Mr. C. W. Murray and wife re- : "" <:.::
The State Bank of Orlando
I cruits to the winter visitors. are here
for their first time. They arrived TiIIi :

--+----- -x.!r..... ........ ....--. ,.,...........- yesterday on the Coast Line from I jI. .
New York city, and will make their i 't it u q.

LOCAL AND PERSONAL j I,of Mr.one A.of W.the Frost large of fruit New and York produce, head home at the San Juan. ji 1t- ..9131tJfj.9. : .tt J fl:.. D.I. I

f ; commission houses in the "big city," lion. L. C. Massey, Jude T. P.Warlow -
A. P. Fudge, a well known citizen -
Mr. j
is in Orlando, a guest at the San and Mr. L. L. have . -.' -- --- _._____
Payne -
T -y- T- .
of Grasmere, transacted businessin i Juan. returned to Orlando after spending ( : ." ', :: : :. ." .. ..:.. .. T;. .
Orlando yesterday. j
I several days in Jacksonville attend-
Geo. C. Lautenschlager left Messr. Harry Argus and Rudolph ing the annual meeting of the Masonic .
Mr. -
yesterday j -- --- -- -- -
Wagner, of Ann Arbor, Mich., are Grand Lodge of Masons.
afternoon for a short visit to :j ,...
the who
j among new comers are making --v
Sebring, Polk county's newest town. j
I I the Orland hotel headquarters Mr. and Mrs.\ R. M.\ Langston, of
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while here.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Morrison, who j Atlanta, Ga., who have been visiting
are annual visitors to Orlando, have : Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Dickson at their
returned from their home in Scran- home on South Orange avenue, re-
ton, Pa., to spend another winter. turned to their home in the Gate City ] LitMa WaterFrom
yesterday. Mrs.\ Langston is a niece
Mr. John C. Compton who has been F FOR SALE' of Mr. Dickson.

in Orlando on a visit' to his son, Mr.
R. O. Compton, left yesterday for his Mighty convenient-Sentinel wants. ,
home in Chicago.Mr. Springs to You.


Hood Worthington arrived in 2300 acres of unimproved -
Orlando yesterday afternoon to spend 1
several weeks and will make his I' pine land, fine '
5 cents at the fount also sold in half
home at the San Juan. truck and fruit land, big ,


Among the tourists registering at i I j and portion marl of sutvsoil.it has Situ-clay gallon and five gallon bottles.
the San Juan yesterday were II. De-i
Courcey, Boston, and Frank King. i i| uate on County road

Portland, Me. within seven miles of .
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I Orlando.
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Mr. Thos. E. Wilson, one of San- !
ford's leading in Orlando I!j 54.40 will
attorneys was an acre buy

yesterday looking after legal 1 this tract and the propo- McElroy's PharmacySpecial
matters for his clients. ;
sition is "cinch" as a The

Mr. N. \V. Newton, of Bloomington, small investment. This

Ill, is making the Orland hotel his !i price is for quick sale.
home while visiting this part of' SAN Agents
Florida. : If you want this land !

I i call on I

The following well known Apopka 1< -

folks were in Orlando yesterday shop- : JUAN n. _
ping and greeting friends: Mrs. Carl j -
Lynn Mrs. Herod and Mr. H. G. .r
Cronk S. G.D olive i Son


Mr. Henry Huycke and wife of Do you realize the com- FOREHANDED PEOPLE .
REAL ESTATENo.
Kansas City, Mo., arrived in Orlando t

yesterday, intending to stop only one 3 WEST PINE STREET forts of steam heat, run-
day but they like the city so well
that they have taken apartments and Second Floor ning hot and cold water

will spend some time. I The individual who can make the most I ,
and
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room. You will find all of of the unexpected opportunity is not

these conveniences in every II I I la .
j Armies j 'lucky-he is "f rehanded/' Years ago

; ; room in the San Juan. i ,

he to anticipate the opportunity, ;
Add to this comfortable began .,
recognize the convenience e'
parlors, halls and receptionroom or emergency. And when the day came .r
of the #
with night and day
I he was ready.
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I service and you have all I

WRIST WATCH f I the up-to-date service that .

The surest way to be continually readyto
I you will get in the best

Officers and men are wearing hotels in the large cities.. meet the great financial opportunity i u-
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them. We have them in Gold, f

i Silver and Gold Filled---both for 3 to prepare through a Savings Account. !. WN ' y tiT

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Ladies and Gentlemen. this institution your savings are absolutely '


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

I Quality is Considered.




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