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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 24, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00466
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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VOLUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, JANUARY 24, 1915. NUMBER 297.


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300,000 BRITISH TO CROSS CHANNEL ; .





FIERCEST FIGHTING OF WAR TO COME :



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THIS ARMY WEEK CORPS-FRANCE EIGHT TO CROSSTO BRITISH I MOST POWERFUL L:THE ORLAND FOR $$10,000 HOTEL SOLD AIR RAIDS BY THE' SEVEN MEXICAN GENERALS :



. WllLREINFORCEKITCHER'STROOPS- FLEET OF U. S. j! BRITISH ANDGERMAN !

R.POPULAR K. GORDON HOTEL-POS-PURCHASED I UNITED AGAINST GEN.[ VillA


Germans Have Also Been Rein- i DRILLINGOFF SESSION TODAYC. I' I -_ 1

forced in Argonnes Region ,

-Battle Renewed With .Dean H. Topliff Were Owners and Late HotelAdmirably L. P. THAW'S SOJOURN IN N. H.DEFENDANT H. REVOLUTIONS ARE GROWING IN MEXICO IN J 1 1
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Great Vigor NORTH COAST OF CUBAIS FEATURE OF DISPATCH IS

GREAT ARRAY OF Situated- WORKING OF AIRCRAFTAND DRAWS TO A CLOSE VIOLENCE'I' ;
London Jan. 23.-Eight British Has Forty Rooms J

army corps, approximately 300,000 WAR SHIPS I I DAMAGE UNITED REVOtUlNAGAINSIVILlA i
men, will cross the English Channel R. K. Gordon, a brother of Sheriff CARRIED TO

next week as the first great unit to IS THE NAVY UP TO SCRATCH?1, Frank Gordon, yesterday purchased ; DUAKIRK ATTACKED YESTERDAY I N. Y. TO ANSWER CON-
Kitchener's reinforcing legions, whichare i the Orland hotel from C. II. Topliff Obregon Still Holds Puebla and 1
I SPIRACY CHARGEWill
!! and Mrs. L. P. Dean for the consid-
expected to stab the German left -
the City Is Not in Hands
center and eventually to achieve a This Is Question the Cuban Maneuvers :;eration of 10000. Possession will be Several Persons Killed Outrightand
decisive turning movement on the I I I given today. Included in the stipulation Much Damage Was Be Taken Immediately to. Villistas as Was 1
German left. This stroke which will i May Solve-Navy i; is the furniture, fixtures the Tombs-Case Will Come ReportedWashington |

develop as rapidly as Kitchener can in Need of Severe remaining seven of a ten years lease, Done to Property by Up for Trial Next

supply men is expected to result in Drilling the hotel stock, seven store rooms in Dropped Bombs Friday Jan. 23. Dispatchis
the fiercest fighting of the war. the block, and the good will of the ,.received by the constitutionalistagency

Washington, Jan. 23.The largestand late owners. London, Jan. 23.-Hostile air raids Concord N. II., Jan. 23.-Harry K. and the state department
Germans Reinforced most powerful fleet ever assem- The Orland hotel consists of forty carried out simultaneously by the Thaw's prolonged stay in New Hampshire dicate that the revolutions in Mexi i\-
London, Jan. 23.-Strong bodies of bled under the Stars and Stripes is rooms, is within half a block of the British and German airmen working drew to a close today. His last are more vigorous and more \
German reinforcements have appeared now gathered off Guantanamo, on the I Atlantic Coast Line depot has a large partial destruction to a German sub- legal resource to prevent extradition ous than ever. A dispatch receive;
behind the German lines in the north coast of Cuba, for a month of I cafe, and is considered a fine hotel marine, killing eight persons and exhausted, he will, it is expected, be by the constitutionalist agency sa>t
Argonnes region, according to French the hardest kind of drilling. It will I proposition. For three years it was wounding a score of others was related taken to New York tonight. Gutierrez and seven other general
aerial observers, and at Fontaine be a great spectacle for the few civil- I'under the management of C. H. Top- in the official dispacthes received i are united against Villa. ,
Madame, where the French war office ians who will see it, but for the more liff and the late L. P. Dean. Mr. Gor- here today.A Will Go to Tombs It is stated that the department act-
last night stated that the invaders than one thousand officers and 25,000 I don, the new owner, is interested in German bomb dropped at Dun- New York Jan. .-Harry K. I vices were from Progreso, Yucata\
had been checked. enlisted men, it means work, unceas- the Gordon bakery, located in the kirk fell outside the United States Thaw is expected to arrive in New and reported that 900 men of the
The battle has been renewed with ing labor to fit the American navy I same block. The Sentinel wishes the consulate, breaking several windowsand York from Manchester N. IL, to- state troops had revolted and fightin
great vigor. For forty-eight hours for battle. I new owner plenty of prosperity and smashing some furniture. The night. He is to be taken immediately ensued and it was reported that thei|
furious fighting has proceeded at St. The eyes of the whole United Statesare success, which he will undoubtedly British airmen dropped 27 bombs to the Tombs.
Hubert, and in this wooded cockpit of directed to Rear Admiral Frank I-receive. near Zebrugge and it is believed one Armed with a bench warrant charg- augmented|

the allies' right center the battle still Friday Fletcher and his ships today.A German submarine was badly damaged I ing Thaw with conspiring to escape The news of a united revolution
rages with no appreciable gains or great wave of criticism has sweptover OHIO PEOPLE TO ORGANIZE and some casualties were caused from Matteawan and a mandate of against Villa contained in the dis-*

losses reported on either side. the country. The European war i among the crew. the United States supreme court ordering ;- patch from Obregon, the Carranzfe
All during last night the artillery has created interest in the army and I A meeting of Ohio people spending One British airman was surrounded New Hampshire authorities to leader, was dated at Puebla on Jane
duds raged. Infantry attacks and navy; and every patriot feels that if I the winter season in Orlando will be by seven German machines, but turn over Thaw to the New York uary 22. Obregon denies the report
counter attacks opened vith the breakof not the greatest we should have the I held at Tourists Headquarters tomorrow eluded them, being slightly wounded, representatives on extradition proceedings that he has joined Gutierrez, and says
day and still continue. best navy in the world.Is afternoon at 2 o'clock for the but continued his journey to Ze- William Travers Jerome and that Gutierrez, Benavides Blanco

the navy up to scratch? purpose of organizing an Ohio club. brugge.On Sheriff Fred C. Hornbeck of Dutchess I Natesa, Chao Zuaza, and Sanchez
British Aircraft Active This is the question the maneuvers > There are many residents from the Friday ten Taubes attacked county, left here last night for Con- have initiated a campaign against 1
Amsterdam.-A British airman to- may solve and at the same time do a j Buckeye State who will be only too Dunkirk and nearby coast towns, kill- cord, N. H. Villa! and have issued a manifesto disclosing -
day dropped bombs on the important great deal toward making it possibleto j willing to join a club of this Kind. ing five persons outright and wound- Before-\Ir. Jerome started for New his latest crimes.

Bruges, Belgian, docks, according to answer in the affirmative. The j' The organization of an Ohio club presages ing a score of others, three of whom Hampshire lIrti.Iary Copley Thaw The local constitutionalist agency
news which has reached here. The navy needs maneuvers, just as an I an organization of other states. deid subsequently, and much propertywas the prisoner's mother arrived here. declares Obregon still holds Puebla
result of the attack is not yet known. army needs drills. A fleet will be destroyed. She will remain in New York until and that the city is not in the handsof
ARMY BILL GOES TO SENATE Gravesline 12 miles from Calais the end of the trial.
awkward in forming in battle line in conspiracy the Villistas as reported. The
Austrian War Loan time of war if the superior officers I Washington, Jan. 23.-The army and Rosendale, was attacked and five There will be no opportunity to arraign fighting is proceeding actively in the'
Vienna.-The final result of the have not performed all the evolutions I appropriation bill, carrying $101,000- buildings used as barracks and am- Thaw before Monday morning, vicinity of Monclova where General
subscriptions for the Austrian war often in time of peace. i 000, to provide for the running of munition depots by the allies were set when Justice Davis opens the crim- Gutierrez has errived with a large
loan, it is officially announced, Partly due to the use of the big !j the military establishment during the on fire but Calais was not attacked.The inal term of the supreme court. At force from Neuvo Laredo. From the

amounted to 670000000. Of that ships off the coast of Mexico, the me- 'next fiscal year, went to the senate promptness of the British avia- that time, it is understood, his lawyers constitutionalist agency came the following -.
sum Austria contributed $433,000,000 neuvers have been neglected. This is i today from the house, where .it was tors in rising to engage the Germansat will ask that he be released on : 5

and Hungary $237,000,000.Swiss the first time in three years that the :, passed without a roll call last night. Calais is believed to have caused bail. They are prepared to furnish "Generals Maclovia, Herrera and
i entire fleet will be assembled for bat- j The senate will refer the bill to its them to refrain from attacking that any amount up to $100,000. Mr. Jerome Luis Gutierrez have joined their m

Reinforced tle practice. Three years means a I 1!military affairs committee for report. city. will oppose bail at any amount forces and stacked the Villista column -
Paris.-The Swiss troops have been long while when one considers how and probably Thaw will remain in the defeating and completely rout-

reinforced along certain sections of fast the art of naval warfare is de Tombs until after the proceedings.It ing it. The Villistas are attemptingto
their frontier on account of the un- veloping. Just to mention one item: TURKS ARE PURSUING{LITERACY TEST IS BEFOREEXECUTIVE is probable Thaw's case will penetrate to the coal fields at Coa-

certainty of the situation, accordingto naval guns of fourteen inch calibre come up for trial next Friday. His huila, as they are very short of fuel."

telegraphic information received were carried on no ship in the world I RUSSIANS THE counsel and the state's are said to be The revolt of Meridia appears to
(PRESIDENT
here from Geneva. three years ago. Now the Texas and anxious to have the case tried as soon be a serious affair as most of the

the New York both carry these mammoth as possible. I men who revolted are from Yaquis
IL TROVATORE WAS WELL RENDERED rifles, and it is currently reported -" BERLIN REPORTS TURKS MUST CONSIDER I I and some were ederaf soldiers. The
that Great Britain's new Queen PURSUING OUTFLANKED ROUND TABLE MEETING revolt broke out January 12. Advicescame
I VAST MASS OF ARGUMENTS -
Elizabeth class, now building, will by mail.SENATOR .
The Boston English Grand Operas have fifteen inch guns. j RUSSIANS Regular meeting of the Hound Ta-

company gave a rendition of the'Orld.s The Guantanamo maneuvers will ble at Unity Chapel on Sunday even- BRYAN WAS OPPOSED
'\\ famous opera "II Trovatore; be the most extensive target and I British Land Attack Fails- If Wilson Fails to Act on Bill ing at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Isabel Stan-

last night before an audience which fleet practice the American navy has Dunkirk Is Bombarded by Before Thursday It Auto- ley will give a paper on "The Public Washington, Jan. 23.-After per-
completely packed the Lucerne thea- German Schools of Florida." All invited.
AeroplanesOne
are
ever gone through. matically Becomesa fecting the ship purchase bill, the senate -
tre. It was gratifying to see that the
Brought Down Law caucus this afernoon at the instance -

opera Orlando does only public not for the realized mean musician.something that grand intended NEW ORLANDO ADDITION Berlin by wireless to Sayville, L. I., Washington, Jan. 23.-President DOLLAR BILLS GIVEN AWAYFind the bill of ,Senator adopted Fletcher a resolution in chargeof mak- s

Jan. 23.-The following statementwas ing it a party measure and binding
Given in English, as the Boston Wilson had before him today a mass
given out tonight by the main every Democratic senator to its sup-
Grand Opera company gave it last :Messrs. Yancey and Schumann army headquarters: of testimony in the form of argu- Your Name in Sentinel, Go port. This means that the shippingbill

night II Trovatore was as interestingin Jlattingj.JLot Additionfor "The Turkish army headquarters ments for and against the literacytest to Grand; If Name Is Called will be kept constantly before the

story and plot as any drama ever the Colored report the Russian main forces whose provision of the immigration bill You Receive One senate and not even appropriationbills
staged, and it would be hard
to
4 recall -
any drama ever given in this People untflanking movement failed recentlyto which he is considering in connection Dollar or other business will be permitted I
country with such a cast of stars as have retreated and is being pur- with his action on the measure. The ot interfere with its success.
that which comprises the Boston Eng- Terrace" is the of sued by the Turks. Find your name in this issue of the The binding resolution which holds
"Western name
lish Grand Opera company. British land arguments were submitted at a hear- member of the
"The attack under a every party whether
Besides the strong dramatic side a new addition to the city being Morning Sentinel. Bring the paper'
protecting fire of three gunboats has ing he gave yesterday to labor leaders present or not, was opposed by Hoke
to II
Trovatore there is the most platted by T. A. Yancey and J. F. to the Baby and Home Folks Showat
beautiful and tuneful music. From a It consists of of been repulsed, with heavy loss to the publicists and social workers, Smith, of Georgia Bryan of Florida,
Schumann. a plat
standpoint of melody alone no comic English. some of whom urged him to sign the the Grand.theatre Monday night.It and Martine, of New Jersey.NOTICE .
opera can with it. What forty-two lots and is for colored peo- nice dollar
compare bill and others to veto it. may mean a new crisp
comic opera has such beautiful num- ple. The new feature of this addi- I bill to Look carefully for '
President Wilson has until mid- you. your
bers as the picturesque "Anvil Cho- tion is that the plat provides for a Dunkirk Bombarded I
rus," the wonderful "Miserere," in the I night next Thursday to act on the name. Look in the locals, the general
lot which it is the London.-Several German aero I
tower scene the famous trio at the public on purpose bilL If he fails to sign or veto the news and through the advertise-
end of the first act the duel and of the owner to erect a neat pavilion planes dropped bombs on Dunkirk Fri- measure by that time it then auto- ments. Scattered all through this On account of rain last week the I
sword fight at the close of the convent and dedicate it to public use, for the I day afternoon. One of them was matically becomes a law. What the issue of the Sentinel you will find Baptist missionary meeting was post- 1 t
scene and others too numerousto colored-people of that district. Mr. brought down at Great Dunes, be- I poned until next Monday afternoon r
hundreds of of citizens and vis
mention 1SPECIAL president will do with the bill still names
I Yancey believes in encouraging the tween Dunkirk and Fumes, and the January 25th. The meeting will be !
the
Remember must
was problematical today, although he itors. you bring
colored people in the matter of home two German airmen in the machinewere held at the home of the president, ;.
MUSICAL PROGRAM is known to oppose the literacy test paper with you to the theatre or you
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building and thinks they are entitledto killed. Unexploded bombs were Mrs. Topliff, on West Church street, I
A will lose if is called. If
special musical will be provision and has on more than one your name
program a public amusement place where still attached to the aeroplane. at 3 o'clock. Will be understood if we .
added to the regular service at the occasion strongly intimated that he you haven't a copy of the Sentinelcall
they meet in an orderly manner are rained out on Monday the meeting -
Presbyterian church this evening. may would veto the measure because of at the office and get one or why
for social The lots are to will be held on Tuesday, the Lord
purposes. All Killed 1
? It is 10
There will be solos by Mrs. Mather that feature. not subscribe now only .
Smiht of Chicago. Mr and Mrs. Carr, be sold on easy payment plan. Berlin.-It is officially announcedthe cents per week, delivered. willing.

Mr. Scales, and Miss McQuaters, be- Russian railway station near OWNERS OF "HUPPS"The
sides some fine selections by the large THE WEATHER Chanciny (about ten _miles southwestof POLICE COURT YESTERDAYLeo MERCHANTS BUSY YESTERDAY
chorus choir. Kielce, southern Poland), which home of the Famous Ford reports Shoppers thronged the streets yes-
Florida: Rain Sunday except in the Austrians destroyed by a single the sale of several Fords, and Nye, arrested by Officer Bo- terday from early morning until late
500 books to select from anyone northwest portion. Monday partly heavy shell was filled with Russian three Hupmobiles, to Dr. V. W. Estesof garth for using profane language and at night, and all of the merchants enjoyed -
of them only 50 cents. Curtis & cloudy; colder in central and south; troops at the time, all of whom were Orlando, J. M. Williamson og Gabriella disturbing the peace, was fined $2.50in a brisk day of trade. The

\ O'Neal Orange avenue. warm in extreme southwest portion. killed. and Mr. Covan of Tavares. pcSicc court yesterday. i+trealher wss TTarm and balmy. -1

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HOTELSTHE Drennen NotesDrennen Mrs.Fred E.Gore.Monroe.. JONES GOES JUST i

Mrs. Hamilton Johnson. THE SAME
Fla., Jan. 21.-A numberof Miss Ida Cuthberson.Miss .
WINDERMEREChoice Drennen residents and tourists met Mayme Thornton. I
at "The Oaks" Sunday morning and Miss Mary McCullough. !
Location All Modern Conveniences organized a Sunday school. Forty Miss Jean Person.

Excellent Table Good Water Reasonable Rates were present and as many, who were Hubert Kearney. : bus line which has been
fourteen
unable to attend this meeting, expectto Miss Ida Link. I My serving you loir

On Beautiful Lake Lucerne, Orlando, Fla. become members there are pros- Miss Edna Hyer. I months has'not changed its schedule but leave's at the

pects for a large and prosperous Geo. Abbott Christ. ,same time it always has.
school. Many families have movedto
Home Comforts Service Finest Geo. Edwards. j
Rooms in
City
this
vicintiy within the
past year L. B. Giles.
TIME: TABLE
Sanitary Inspection Rated 100 and such felt want.an organization fill along Marian Fudge II

Mrs. Nathan Stone was chosen Grace Bettie Holt.Fudge. Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front of Evans, The Jeweler.WEST .

chairman of the meeting and the following -
THE NEW GRANDHENRY Miss Louise Curtis. 'I
officers elected: Superintnedent WEST BOUND EAST BaUD

BARTLETT., Prop. S. D. Barnum; assistant superin- ST. LOUIS MANUFACTURERS' j hh____ __Read Down Read Up- -

tendent J.V.. ,Pace J.V.; .treasurer Pace; secretary Mr. Bissel Mrs., MEETING jI j \\A.\I.A.\1.; : P.-\1.: A-\I.: [P. M. I'. M.

European Plan 15 West Pine St., teacher of Bible class, Mr. Deiver I
; How the smaller manufacturer and |i Orlando I 6:30:10.15: 3:00' 9.30 1.30 6.00
Rooms with Bath Orlando, Fla. assitant Capt. C. L. Albertson; merchant may successfully enter for-]i i Ococe - 7=30111.154:00 S.3CI2.3o 5.00
boys' class, Mr. Channon; assistant, eign trade was the subject of Winter Garden
a
paper 7:4511:30 ..
4"30 s.15 l 15 4.45
-------- Dr. Rice girls' class Miss Lemmon I
; ,
; by Mr. W. C. Downs, an experienced I Oakland 8:00---- '
primary, Mrs. Treat kindergarten, .r3c: :-\.00--\ 4.30
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TOURISTS ATTENTION! exporter and importer, for many
Mrs. Stone; cradle roll, Mrs. A. Lem- i .
years resident in South America and --- -- --- --- -
We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando mon; chorister, O. II. Schneider; as- now United States commercial at-
New York sistants, Walter Drennen, Mrs. Aldrich tache for Australasia.
Cook It
Prepared by our was an acknowledgment -
; organist, Miss Lillian Barnum. that he future welfareof The 41zet.

100 Rooms Bath, Steam Heat. 51.00 Capt. Barnum, who was elected su- American foreign trade largely l de-
perintendent, had charge of the devotional pends, upon the participation in it of CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water exercises and the gift of a an increasing number of the smaller OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE
beautiful large Bible from Mrs. Fred manufacturers and merchants.Mr. .
FRESH AND SALT MEATSKept
Van Meerbeke was announced. The
Downs
pointed out that
EMPIRE HOTEL use of an organ has been given by !of American manufactured exports goods under the best sanitary conditions.

Miss Barnum, and other friends have i have in the last few years, increased Everything screened away from the files, and kept fresh

54 Light Housekeeping Rooms offered to assist in various ways. Un- twice as rapidly as exports of non- and pure. I

til further notice meetings will be ,, manufactured articles. He declared We invite inspection: and guarantee satisfaction. have
held at "The Oaks" at 10 o'clock each that the fundamental problems of the everything in the Meat Line.
ROSSMORE INNWindermere Sunday morning, and a cordial wel- small man were the same as those of i

come awaits all. [ the larger" merchant although their H M. Self & Co.
I' Jesse Bumby was called home last :solution may be quite different.
week the serious illness of his PRONE NO. SO PINE
by i Former State STREET
This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric Department Counsellor -
lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with father. Bassett Moore\ told the delegatesthat
Lath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish- The Boy Scouts of Orlando camped the pending negotiations between ,

i ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. here Saturday.Mrs. the United States and Great Britain i,
Braddock and Mrs. Harris in regard to the right of visit and New Line of Popular Sheet
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u were recent callers at Pine Castle. I[search and British interference with
Mr. Smith, of Atlanta Gan spent American ships and could re-
cargoes
f. THE OSCEOLASTEAM Sunday with friends here. sult in little better than a "make- Music Just Received ,
: Mrs. Amassa Finch and daughter shift. lie declared the points at issue i
entertained the ladies of the Lake can be settled by the abolition of All the latest. New York hits. Watch our

HEAT THROUGHOUT Jennie Jewel colony informally Satur- "conditional contraband," and the cooperation music counter if you wish to know, about the

F Magnolia and Robinson Ave, J. W. HURLEY, Manager day from enjoyed 2:30 the to early 5 o'clock.part of Auctionwas the af- of neutrals and belligerents : music that is 'all the rage11 in the eas-
in the certification of
cargoes; and cities. It is here and
tern tomorrow
t today gone -
ternoon and later Mrs. Nathan whois I
that the use of mines in the open seas
tt Electric a well known reader of New Haven, but tomorrow we have something still
t Lights, Baths Open the Year Round and the dropping of explosives from I II
Conn. read "A Tie Two" I later.
orig-
or an airsraft atrocities which
European Plan Rooms Single and Suite are no nationis I
en "
j inal parody on "A Friend or Two. at to
liberty perpetrate.
t ( '- ., As an encore the humorous selection, W. S. BRANCH,
} tJ rf "The Bald Headed Man," was given.
.. CLOG WATCH KEPT
.,1
f Light refreshments wer eserved and The Arcade Book and Music Store

those present were Mrs. W. E. Tew, I Amsterdam.-The _
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Miss Margaret Tew, Mrs. James
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f graaf, in illustrating the close watch
Treat, Mrs. Charles McMahan Miss !
, the Dutch are keeping against the ,
Lillian Barnum, Mrs. William Lem- .
smuggling of contraband across the
mon, Mrs. Arthur Lemmon, Miss Margaret -
border, states that just before a Ger-
Lemon, and Mrs. Nathan Stone.
man freight train left Venlo at mid-
night for Kaldenkirchen the customs
J. C. Howell.
officers seized a car loaded with cauli- .
THE ARCADE HOTEL Robt.. B. Howe.M. Ives.. flower, under which they found a :
large shipment of leather.W. I
J. B. MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop. M. P. Irvine.J. _
W. Jackson.
M. Davis.M. BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
First Class Restaurant Livery and Autosin Carl Jansen.C. .
J. Daetwyler.C. ON FORD CARS .
Building in Connections E. Johnson.II. LOWER PRICES
P. Dickinson.B. .
Orlando, Fla. Kanner. Drew.E. Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
Geo. C. Keller.Ed. reduction -
against any
and guaranteed
1,1915
G. Duckworth.J. .
Jump.E. during that time:
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D.
S. Keys.M. Dykes.G. .
IF YOU WANT A LUNCH
S. King.W. H. Edwards.V. Touring Car $555.00
i B MMHB m H M MHH H HMMMMMMMM H MMM W. Estes.J. .
R. O'Neal.
worth the money, come to Pope's Quick Lunch Counters. Our F. A. Curtis.W. Ferris.C. Runabout 505.00 -

55 food is not cooked in front of your eyes, where you are annoyed A. Dade.H. W. Fields. F. 0. B. Orlando. All can folly eqaipped.Inrtfcer .

with the odors and heat, but in our sanitary kitchen. Try a cup C. Dann. we will .. abU .. obtain tile Maximaai efficiency

of our Rowland Special Coffee, French Dripped. The price is In oar factory and sales production departments and the If w.inins,.-.c... aa coot..t In".,ear.f
TRAMMELL OFFERS REWARD I -For FineWATCH purchasing ..... <
...0. can between tie date
only 5c. a cup. We offer you the best of service. 10
FOR ARREST OF BANK we agree to pay aa
CLOCK and And should we reach this prodaction.
the buyer .11." front 14* .. $iI per eer.a .r abontA
Pope & Co.'s Quick Lunch CountersChurch ROBBERS JEWELRY REPAIRINGcall e Ford.rn.car t I.Uli between to every Aarmit t.1 bayer I4 and woo Amgwmt pnrcbaae I, IMS.* n new

Fla., Jan. 22. Governor C. VATER partienlars recardinc tbeM low prices and pratt*
Street. Open from 5 a.m. to midnight Tallahassee on whois For farther J
Park Trammell, of Florida, has ahartaf pi... so ?
at this trade
------ an expert
just wired his private secretary, Mr. F. G. RUSH, e
. . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . .. . . . . . . ., :Whitfield, authorizing him to an- with many years experience
nounce that the state offers a rewardof Phone 226 .
$200 for the arrest and convictionof at_ Youngs Repair ShopOpp. eT

REAL ESTATE the parties who held up, January Post Office; Pine Street
15, the officials and employes of the I -- -
American Trust company, of Jacksonville -
and robbed that bank of about



We buy d sell all classes-and kinds of Real Estate.If the$1,500.members Governor internal of Trammell improvement the board, with of fund trustees the, other is on of Th Florida a Real E Estate & Inv tnmnt c Co.

you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call
the East Coast this week lookingover

and talk your wishes over with us. the present conditions of the
drainage operations of the Ever- Capital $50,000. Fully Paid Up.
The manager of this firm has had years of experience glades.
Incorporated In Florida; Therefore Under State Control,
dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a L. H. Gedge. r

million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last Mrs.. Tom R. S.Thompson.Mrs. Rowland.Mrs. .. A propositions offered by this Corporation are exclusively

two years. Paul Shaffer. listed with us, at the same time can also be bought throughthe

Addison White. purchasers Agent, as we need not to secret our proposalsfor
We are well posted on the value of all classes and Mr. Reed.
be closed office. This
Mrs. Sylvan McElroy.; anybody, the deal has to at our means

kinds of Florida property.' We want listed with us all Ruth Thompson. protection for the seller as well for the buyer. With our Bank

SivanlcElroy, Jr. Guarantee furnished to the purchaser, if requested. Having con-
bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real Miss Romaine Clarke.

Estate Bargains. fidence to all our offerings, we advance 75 per cent of the pur-

FINANCIAL CONFERENCEParis. chase price at six per cent. interest, even on unimproved land. We

British .-chancellor David Lloyd of the George exchequer the, hold today over one million dollars of properties in city lots, city

i and P. Bark, the Russian minister of and country homes, orange groves and uncultivated lands. Our

finance, are coming to Paris shortly I books open to all investors, if such inducements will appeal to you
WARING REAL ESTATE COMPANY confer with !
to Alexander Ribot, the
I French minister of finance with a -take the trouble to climb up one flight of stairs over the Peoples

view of the organization of closer National Bank, and consult.

R. D. WARING, Manager financial co-operation between the al-
lies. HENRY BENEDICT, PresidentOffice
Rooms and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115tf
Mrs. C. E. Graham.

i Miss Irene Wilbur. over Peoples National Bank. Phone 570
fi C. W. Goodrich.

1 .. .IIII.IO..lllil.t. ..Q i i'F(t*; 'I'.II..L ; Frank Gordon.



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I Places of Wednesday evening service, 7:45. to all these services. Come and bring I I
want every man and womanin Worship Third floor corner South Orange the children.
avenue and Church street. Entranceon -0--
Orlando to see Colonial Hills I Church street. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH ,tI THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S
UNITARIAN CHURCH -0CATHOLIC- I (Corner Main and Jackson Streets) !
and Colonial Park.It (Corner Central Ave. and West St.) CHURCH I John B. Ley: pastor. I
makes difference whether -" Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon minister. Third Sunday after Epiphany. Visitors and the general church going
no Sunday school at 0:45 a. m. TRANSFERDr.
Sunday school, 9 a. m. public will meet a cordial wel-
you are interested in buying I Church services at 11 a. m.; sub- Mass and sermon, 10 a. m. come, and enjoy a day's program of
ject of sermon, "The Spirit of Fellow-
No evening services. unusual interest.
lots or-not, all you have to do to ship." B. D. WIENENGA, Prop.
Mass daily on week days, 6:30 a. m. Bible school 9:45 a. m. Fine or-
the beautiful subdivisionsis Meeting of the Round Table at 7:30. chestra, Visitors'
see ? --()- inspirational singing. -
p. m.; paper by Mrs. Isabel Stanleyon FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH adult Bible class. Efficient teach-
to write, phone or call at Carl "The Public Schools of Florida." '
I' (All Services at the Grand) Livery Draying and HaulingWE
. Dann's office.I Annual meeting on Wednesday Rev. Edward T. Poulson, .I). D., ers.Two attractive sermon topics. At ,
evening at 6:30. pastor. 11 a. m., "Money and the Kingdom"the
want every person in Orlando -0-- This church opens wide its doors how, the why: the how, the
II FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH and cordially extends its hospitalityto when of Christian giving. At night
to see what can be accom- Rev. Jno. \V. Stajrjr, D. D., pastor. the public. If you have no church sermon-to men, "Man Hiding; God GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
plished in thirty days. Colonial I Sunday school at 9:45.; a. m.; W. P... home in this city, come and be at Seeking; the Meeting." Adam, where
O'Neal superintendent.Men's home with us. art thou?
Hills are really hills. There are Bible class in the auditoriumof Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.Ir.. Sam- Special music at each senice.Iale

five homes under construction, j the church. uel A. Newell, superintendent. quartette at night. AUTO AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 t p. m. Public worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30p. This Week ,
and several more under contractto Morning sermon, "Jesus and Present: m., with the pastor in charge. \Ionday-\lission study class; la-
be built. Colonial Hills has Day Thinking. Evening sermon, Morning subject "Jonah and the I dies' parlor, 3 p. m.
"Character ." Defeated Oarsmen." ,. Wednesday-7:30 p. m.. devotional Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
water, gas and lights. We are Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30p. Subject of evening sermon, "The and religious social services; subject,
building sidewalks, and grad-'. m. Gospel for This Age." J"Fellowships." I HORSES FOR SALE
Forrest Dabney Carr. choir direc- Young People's meeting at 6:30 :i Thursday: O p. m., Epworth
ing streets. tor. Miss Roberta Branch organist. p. m.; Air. Eugene Reid, president. I I cial; ;young gentlemen will SO-I'
Lots Special music. Strangers and visit- Attentive ushers. All seats free.0 the young ladies. ThoAe 257. Orlando, Florida
in Colonial Hills sell from
ors are cordially invited to all ser- -- j I Friday-7:30 p. m.. choir rehearsal.
$350.00 to $650.00. Lots in Colonial vices. Seats free. Society of Friends -o-
Park sell from $175.00 to LUKES -- Friends' meeting for divine worship ST. JOHN'S CHURCH (Colored) t
ST. CATHEDRALThe I (Corner and Pine Sts. -a
Terry )
420 South Orange avenue, 11a. I V
$350, terms to suit Very Rev. II. R. Reinsert dean. 10:30 '; .
everybody. m. Members and others are cor- a. m.. 1st and 3rd: Morning -- - - - -
Third Sunday after Epiphany.The dially invited.CHRISTIAN. prayer, litany and sermon. 2nd and t
Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m. 4th: Holy Communion and sermon. '
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Sunday school, 9:15 a. m. I'I'I
school
3'p. m. Sunday and Cele-
Morning prayer and sermon, 11. AND MISSIONARY I bration. I Am Leaving Florida
ALLIANCE f fI
Evening and sermon 7:30.
prayer Meet at 22 West Pine street at 2:30p. 7:30 p. m., evening prayer and ser
Monday, January 25, being St.
CARL DANN Paul's day, there will be a celebra- m. for Sunday school, and at 3:30 I mon. j AndtwillSpeciallyPrice: my two Properties in Winter ParkA
I I tion of the Holy Communion at 10 for regular preaching service. Our I
new pastor. Rev. D E. edinger will Oscar Hand. I II
3. m. preach. Evangelic services will be P. C. Hart. good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800
I CIIRISTAN-0--SCIENCE held at the tent, corner of Church and I i full bearing Orange Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two
i I 9:45 Hughey streets, at 7 p. m., and also I D. L. Hawley. blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addi-
Sunday school. a. m. I
11 at 10 o'clock a. m., on Sunday, Jan- J. P. Holbrook.J. tion to making a home this property will make a yearly return on
I"Truth.Services" at a. m.; subject uary 24th. You are earnestly invited T. Horner. the i investment of from 10 to 25 per cent according to crop and
SOMETHING NICE! I market conditions, price $8,500.00; also

My Residence Property; in Winter Park 12-room, New Modern
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Two Beautiful Building Lots land highly improved 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigated
II I Just Arrived 1915 Harley-Davidson I Ic garden. Property is close in, well located close to the new
On South Orange Avenue, Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough for
Lake the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16-
Lucerne
near splen- 500, and will' give possession in 30 days. .
did view of the lake, only II I See owner only. Write or phone me for a date and I will send 1
2 1-2 blocks from business my car to any place in Orange County to show you these properties. .

center nice big shade trees :I ETX F. I{:EEZ I KL .
I (laciery ll.
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shrubbery, &c., adjourning y soh BOX 35, WINTER PARK, FLORIDA '!

lots to one ol the best res i I Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places. "

dences in city.-For sale by I It

WALTER IV. ROSE Ii
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REAL ESTATE IiI .i : ;

Rooms I & 3 Watkins Block
WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver 1
Phone 55
hear this before? Let the Delicatessen Man do it.
Something new Something New !
Try it. Ask Aboir. it.
I Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
OSTEOPATHDR. I three or more
Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
JOSEPHINE HARPER I COl.DIEATS: BAKED POTATO BEANS SALADJ. CHEESE OLIVES

Office corner Orange Avenue and ON EXHIBIT AT THE
R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'SBakery
Church St. Davis & McNeil BIdg.,

a Phone 419. I GOOD AND BAD CIGAR STORE.iMMMMMIMMMMMMMMMMMMMIMMMIMMMMIMMMMMMMMMMIM. Phone 26

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Boardman's QUITTING SALE"




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


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

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

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


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


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


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


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



WINTER COATS AND SWEATERSMEN'S BELTS AND SUSPENDERS'VOOL BLANKETS

Misses Winter Coats, -_____JUST HALF PRICE SOc. kind for _____________________________40c $5.50 kind for -------------------_______$3.50

Misses Winter Coats _______JUST HALF PRICE 35c. kind for ________: ____________________25c COTTON BLANKETS-

Misses Sweaters ________JUST HALF PRICE 25c kind for ______________________________20c
--- $2.75 kind for ___________________________$2.00
INFANTS RUBENS $2.50 kind! for ____$1.85
EN'S COLLARS- ----------------------

Any at __________________________________20c $1.50 kind for --------------------------$1.10
15c. kind __________lOc $125.00 kind for _
---------------------- __95C
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By the dozen or balance of box ______________9c LADIES HANDKERCHIEFS-

35c. kind! for _____________________________25c LADIES FLANNELETTE GOWNS

LADIES LONG SILK GLOVES- 25c. kind for _____________________________20c $1.00 kind for ------------------------___goc

$1.00 for .: ______SOc 75c. kind! for ___55C
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LADIES VESTS- 60c kind for
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450
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LADIES SHORT SILK GLOVES- SOc. kind! for -----------------------------40c 5 0c. kind for ____________________________ 40cMUSLIN '
35c. kind for _____________________________25c25c. -
50c kind for ___40c
--------------------------- kind for 20c UNDERWEAR
----------------------------- Same Reductions.

I LADIES OR GENTLEMEN'S UUBRELLASLADIES: CORSETS MEN'S ECLIPSE SHIRTS- .

$3.00 kind for $2.00 $3.00 kind for __________________________$2.00 $1.50 kind for $1.15 '
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$2.50 kind for$2..... for --------------------------$1.50 $1.00 kind for SOc
5000kind --.-------------------- ----
$2.00 kind for ------- $1 for __________________________$1-00 ,

$1.50: kind for ==========:=:====:::::=::=$1$1.15.0 $1.00 kind for ____________________________80c MEN'S WORK SHIRTS- c ,

$1.25 kind for __$1.00 COAT SUITS AND HATS- 50c. kind for -------____________________40cMEN'S I
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$1.00 kind for ____80c Many kinds of Heavy Winter Goods and Hats willbe A i
----------------------- HEAVY UNDERWEAR
sold at reasonable offer will be
any price, no SOc, kind for -----______________________40c i
MEN'S WOOL FLANNEL SHIRTS- refused. I

$2.00 kind for __________________________ $1.50 FRUIT OF THE LOOM MEN'S UNION SUITS- A :
12V.c. kind for ___________________________09c $1.00 kind for 75cSILK I
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BOYS BLOUSES AND SHIRTS- Special Nainsook finish, 12V: c. kind for _____09c

Hope Muslin, lOc. kind for ________________08c HOSE J
SOc kind for ------------- __40c _____08c $1.00 kind for _____75c
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---------- Ginghams, lOc. kind for ___________ ---------------------------

35c. kind for ---------------------------__25c Ginghams, 12i/. kind for _____________-__lOc SOc. kind for ----------------------_______40c
25c. kind for ---------------- _:20c. :- _____lOc Soc kind for ______ 25c
'p ----------- Percales, 12V_ kind for ______________ ---------------------- -
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DAILY CARELESSNESS A Seaboard Air Line box car extended SIDELIGIITSBy Here is a !Bargain and u -
South Florida SentinelMORNING
21-2 feet over the sidewalkon ( W. S. Branch)
AND WEEKLYW. West Central avenue yesterday Should be
M. GLENN .......:.............Editor Snappedup =-=0= _- _- _
"'. C. ESSINGTON ... .Business. M.a.cn afternoon on the S. A. L. switch east Presidential possibilities are already ==
--- - - -- of the '
depot. With a little more ofa coming on to the
political hori- by Speculators. -
Entered at the poetofiice at Orlando. Florida -
a. Second ClaM Mail Matter._ push from the switch engine it zon, but there are certain ones that
might have landed across the streetin
SUBSCRIPTION RATES can be at once eliminated, as under
Daily. 1 Year $:>-00 the lobby of a hotel, or at least all ordinary circumstances no man I
Daily. 6 Months %.50 have blocked
street traffic for a while.
Daily. a Months L2: with the unlucky 13 letters in his J
Daily. 1 :Month .. M: East of the S. A. L, depot and the name can expect to win. Of course

Weekly. 1 Year .'...__: ...... .. -- **.<*> freight house is a scene that looks Woodrow Wilson did it, but it was the Forty-five acres in the Lake
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN like the combined German, French, .
"psychological candidate" business :
ADVANCETO Conway District where like .
English, Belgian, Russian Montenegrin
-
that carried him through. The fol- '
ADVERTISERS: and Austrian armies had recently lowing possible candidates are not to I'property is selling from $too:.I

Copy far display! and all other handset held an engagement there. be considered for the reasons above to :;125 per acre This tract j
. !
advertising m t be handea in at the buuneMoffice
later than 2 Rubbish, piles of broken tile, tin cans, named William J. :
( the Sentinel not p. m : Bryan, William is surrounded by fine r
the dar before" publication This rule applies glass and everything else is littered Sulzer, Myron T. Iferrick young'groves.
I. changes for contract edTcrtivirz; it isiBTariable Charles
and will be strictly adhered to. around. It needs to be cleaned up- Huges, William Barnes, Albert Cum- Is heavily timbered .

Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued Orlando.it is an "eyesore," and 'looks bad for mins, Joseph Taggart, John J. Mitchell and is very rich soil. Owner I Advance display

should notify the office in writing on Franklin K. Lane, David F. Houston is a non-resident and has in- !
the date of expiration otherwise it will be
0-
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Hiram W. Johnson, et al. It i
continued at the regular subscription rates strutted sell
until notice to stop is receive RELIGIOUS SPIRIT looks like the time us to this prop
Telephone Dumb r ...................... 3* proper for Champ
Tourists to Orlando are impressedwith Clark, Oc. Underwood, or Den erty at only sixty dollars per i of

SUNDAY, JANUARY 24, 1915. the moral and religious spirit Fletcher. ,, acre.

---- -- manifested by the people here. To I II -oHatred- I' .

Slogan No. 3: "Orlando-the Gem I see such magnificent churches and I

of the Southland!" such large attendance at the church I i
Italy furnishes an of the Atha
example
Cooper
o services speaks volumes for the high
impossibility of binding one nationin I WASH GOODSfor
The hand that wobbles the auto is character of the people of this city. I
an alliance with another it hates.- J 114 South Orange Ave. Ground Floor
I
the hand that fools the world. In fact the Southern people are more
o devoted to their churches than the Times-Union. Phone No. 311 !
Not necessarily. The people of'
John Bull had better"look out or Northern people and visitors from the I I
Italy come to this country and com-
those Zeppelins will catch him. North soon recognize the fact. Thisis -
mit a great many acts of violence
and SummerEvery
Spring
o a valuable asset for any city or VENEER CORES
against people they do not like. Unj j I
When an Orlando man does try to community.As .
der similar circumstances the T.-U. :
be good his wife doesn't,believe it. righteousness exalteth a nation, ; $1.25 I
I I man would not think of committing I<
o so morality and religion are an uplift ,
Will the scientist who announcedthat to any people. I I the same unlawful acts. All the pea ; Per Strand Up '
pIe are not like some of the people,
butter can be made directly from o i iI | woman who enjoys seeing pretty
I I I and all the nations are not like some | FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND
grass, please make some. EXTRA SESSIONIt OAK WOOD things to who likes
of the nations. 1 wear to know that
o I looks like an extra session of
An old fashioned person these days I congress will have to be called if I i I Orlando Wood YardB. what she SEES is NEW, CORRECT, and *
C. Howard.
E.
must be one who does not know the President Wilson gets his program of I I Mrs. II. L. Beeman. : W. Kingsley, Proprietor WORTH WHILE, will welcome the new *.>

names of the movie stars.If legislation through. The Republican I PINE STREET AND R. R. that
our
Mrs. Seth Woodruff. 344
o minority, aided by some Democrats, I Telephone
V. II. Green.
wheat"continues to ride in aero- in the senate are going to talk the I 9-30

planes, next summer the farmers will ship purchase bill to death. This will I Louise Brown. I

I all be riding in limousirtes.o I .
consume so much time that the appropriation -- Springtime Dress and

i o bills may not get through i 1-
t Somehow we prefer the occasional before this session ends. President

rains of Florida to the azure skies of Wilson has his heart set on the ship Wash Goods Exhibit

I Sunny Italy, with its earthquakes.It purchase bill and may call an extra }

o session to push it to final passage.
seems to be a point for debate o is now under way

whether one would be happier as a
There is one man over in Orlando, Jk
refugee in Belgium or an earthquake
victim in Italy. a Union veteran from New Jersey, ORANGE GROVE Nothing that could in any way, con- "

o named Uriah Seeley, whose manly tribute to the completeness, beauty and
hand we would like to shake. In the
L If you have anything to buy, "buyit
authoritativeness of the Pre-Opening Dis-
Orlando Sentinel of yesterday he hada
now. That is the slogan the coun-
letter concerning the observance of play has been overlooked.
try over, and that is the way to keep
General Lee's
birthday from whichwe
business going.
o received a fine expression of spirit 10 acres of unusually fine land containing about 250
which we commend to those who still
The average man thinks he has cherish the mean, ignoble hates of bearing Oranges and Grapefruit trees in the best of cdndi-
something coming to him, and if he is
that old dead and war.Lakeland
a married man he is sure to get it- gone tion. Crop for several years past has averaged from 500
Telegram.
and then some.
o o to 1200 boxes of fruit. Located within three miles of FABRICSUnsurpassed

Scientists have discovered that

A wheelbarrow has been invented plants develop sympathies, so keeping Court House in center of surrounding improvements.Has .
that can be emptied by pressing down
the Brussels sprouts and the Ger- in Richness
the handles. Next thing we know man red cabbage in different partsof heretofore been held at $5000.00, but I am now authorized ,
they'll try to improve on the hod!
Q the ice box will o not be remiss. to sell the property for $3000.00. Present crop Quality or ServiceValues


UNEMPLOYMENTThe included if is sold before removal.
There are a great many men who, property
question of unemployed laboris when they hear that good times are
a big one in all parts of the coun- coming again soon, think that refer- This is the best buy I know of and advise quick rarely, if ever equalled, at the
Thousands and millions of dol-
try. ence is made to the opening of the END of the season are everywhere in
lars are spent in charity to keep the baseball action if interested.
season.
wolf from the door of poor but deserving evidence.In .
o
men out of work. Organiza- TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Silk, in Wool, Silk and Wool, as well .
tions are being made in the large
as in Silk and Cotton Fabrics, will
you
cities in order to help men get jobs.Is FOR EXCHANGE-Three acre or- ,
it possible that the "new freedom"and ange grove for an automobile or a find values that cannot be surpassed.

the "enlarged prosperity" proph- Ford. C. G. Harris, 2225 BoulevardSt.
Values that will
and
surprise please
you
esied by Woodrow Wilson have been Jacksonville. l-24-3t S. Y. WAY
sidetracked? with their importance.Its .
FOR SALE-Three lots overlooking
Instead of spending so much money Colonial Park; ready to build on; a Display worth coming miles to see.
and effort ot relieve the distress in will sacrifice at $650 cash; might
the labor world it might be well to give terms. If you are a speculator Insurance and Real Estate Agent COME-BE AMONG THE FIRST TO

give some attention to the cause of or want a nice plot for a home, this PROFIT BY IT.
is your opportunity. Address owner
the trouble. Economic and business Box 73C, city. l-24-3t
PHONE 172
problems should now have more at-

tention and less time given to purely FOR RENT-Lodging rooms; near
political problems. The country is in; everything modern. Inquire at Spring MillineryJust
306 East Church street. 1-24-It
too much governed now by politiciansand

so-called statesmen. SITUATION WANTED middle a few expressions of the trend of

o aged white woman wants positionas
MANUAL TRAINING FOR cook. Hotel work preferred. Address the monde but there's a world of sugges-

OILAXDO BOYS- J. C., care Sentinel. 1-24-lt tion in every. trim, and daintiness in every
- --
The state high school inspector, ina -- - -- I line.
recent survey of the Orlando high I MaillMMIi I liltillllllMMIttl .H fcHitJH6l. ... ....." 11..1 11"I

school, made several recommendations. -

This is an extract: "As near-
ly as possible' your school should provide THORNTON PARKOne

.courses in home economics, man-

ual training, commercial work and ..IDICKSON
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teacher training. lIe also made sev-

eral other suggestions, such as lab-

oratory equipment for the teachingof ; of the finest subdivisions in the city. Many great :

chemistry and physical geography

Of these various recommendations ; improvements being made in this part of the town. Water :

none is so important as the teachingof

manual training. For the boy ; ; electric lights, and sidewalks. About seventy lots yet for sale |

what course is more practical than

one teaching construction, exactness at very reasonable prices. Some restrictions as to buildingsbut j
skill ingenuity, and resourcefulness!

Manual training teaches all this and not unreasonable.For
more-it teaches the boy to conceivean .

idea and then mould it into

crete shape, fashion it from the mate-con- prices call at 905 Central Avenue on the premises : : IVES CO.

rial placed before him. Manual train- i

ing is simply' an evolution of a bit of ; or ask your dealer.TAYLOR.

imagination to a beautiful box, table,

chair, lounge, book case; the convert-
ing of bare material into something .DEPARTMENT STORE.

useful to society. .. .

It is in Rousseau's Emile that the ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

growing child is counselled to use his & THORNTON jj
Store of true service of
hands deftly and skilfully. The Or- The never-failing courtesy

lando boys should have an opportu- / of fair dealing, of trust-worthy mer-
.. I
chandise at right pricesORLANDO
nity to show their fitness and origi- ,
-
nality in the construction of articles, Proprietors FLORIDAC"

and manual training is the only ref -
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-Edited By Miss Eliza Wright Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m.

Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254 TOMORROW Admission 5 cents
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1V'EF4iLY SOCIAL CALENDAR Boy Scouts Hike II 111111. " II . h

1i\ Jan. 24th-30th. Troop No. 4 of the Boy Scouts wenton MONDAY'S PROGRAM

a hike Saturday, January 23: leav- Four Reels ,11 BAGS

Sunday ing the postoffice at five-forty a. m. Imp. Wm. Shay and Leah Bairdin ,

Usual church services. The destination was Lake Fairview, "When the World Was Silent." In i I AT COST
7:30 P. M.-Round Table, Unity three parts. A mysterious drama of !
about three miles northwest of the
Chapel;""The Florida Public School city. made at "MERELY MOTHER"A today.A \Ve have a number ol these bags in all sizes
System. Mrs. Fred Stanley. Camp was sevenfortyfor good corned). I'

Monday breakfast, the menu including hot I that we will close out at cost.MANICURE.
3 P. M.-Meeting of the executive 'taters and beans sandwiches Biograph Special Feature I
pork ,
board of the Civic League. Mr. W. E. Wilson, wife and son, T.

3:30 P. M.-General meeting of the bacon, rice, tea, and coffee. Games complete in two parts. J. Wilson, and sister Miss Sabre E.

Civic League, Chapter House. were player for two hours, then the Wilson, have arrived from Chanute,

7:30 P. )Philathea class meet hike continued through a real Florida Kas,. and will spend the next six
ing, Methodist church.
Tuesday jungle. Started back toward town at One Pleasing Production weeks with their relatives, Mr. and

Sorosis Club, reception to Mrs. Edgar one-thiry, dinner being eaten along Mrs. T. J. Wilson, at their home near i

Lewis. the road, and home again at four- Conway.Mr. .
Bachelor Girls Card Club; Miss htirty, tired but cheerful. SETSAT
Elizabeth Branham, hostess.
l Junior Matrons Card Club; Mrs. --0- J. Carney Dolhe, manager of COST
Thomas Brodwater, hostess. Other Society News the Postal Telegraph company in
Beau-Not Club Mrs. Lawton, hos- Miss Frances V. Beeks arrived
; yes- Jacksonville, arrived in Orlando yes- Any of the sets we have will be sold at low
"WOOD B WEDD AND very
tess.Tuesday terday from Asheville, N. C., and is
Bridge Club; Miss Kilmer, terday afternoon to spend Sundaywith
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Rob- I figures.
hostess. MICROBES"An his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
8 P. )"Mikado" rehearsal, Mendelssohn inson at their home on Lake street. Dolhe.
lie was accompanied by his
Club Presbyterian lecture Miss Beeks will be pleasantly remem-
interesting little daughter, Mildred. STERLING
room. Wednesday bered by many friends in this city as Edison Comedy. 11
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Twentieth Century Club; Mrs. the daughter of Judge and Mrs. J. T. FRENCH IVORY

Bofrue hostess. Beeks. Her father was the superin-

Wednesday Card Club; Mrs. Thorn. tendent of public instruction for Orange LucerneTOMORROW SILVER PLATED A,
ton hostess.
for seventeen
Bridge and five o'clock tea; Mrs. C. county years.
Wescott.. hostess. - .
"At home;" :Mrs. Cameron Mann, Mrs. L. II. Strong left yesterdayfor

Bishopstead.Unity a short visit to her parents in St.
Circle; annual meeting of "BRONCHO BILLY'SMOTHER"
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New Lucerne hotel dance.Thursday Mrs H. W. Thompson arrived yesterday JEWELERS A

I from Evanston, 111., and will
Rosalind Club afternoon; Mrs. Hau-
sent, chairman. visit Mrs. L. B. Hamlin and Mrs. An Essany Drama featuringMr. ii
EVERYTHING GUARANTEED PROMPT REPAIRING
"Here and There Club;" Mrs. Green, Sherwin at Highland Lake Grove. G. M. Anderson.
hostess. - "THE OLD MAID"A
7:30 P. M. ILa :
Methodist church.-Epworth League social, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Jerome, of Minneapolis j:___= : a. !

8:30 P. M.-Country Club dance. Minn., arrived in Orlando
Friday yesterday and are guests at Duke Majestic Special Feature i -
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3 P. M.\ -Equal Suffrage Leaguetea Hall.
; Mrs. Helen Wright, hostess. complete in two parts.66FATTY'S . .IIIIIII.I..al.Mal.II..a..II..I..I.I. .IIIHII1
Nullos Club. --0-
Saturday Mr. and :Mrs.: A. W. Martin of Bal- :
HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA W. S. Coleman. W. R. Rhan.A
Auction Bridge Club; Mrs.\ Lawton, timore. arrived in Orlando and are
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Belgian Relief Card Party
The Belgian relief card party given --0- SUN PROOF PAINT and satisfaction j
Mrs. Henrich S. McKean and Mrs.\ MAGIC PANTS"A
by the D. A. R. at the home of
Brewster A. Long, from Troy, Pa., are as inseparable as ,
Mrs. Wm. R..O'Neal, on Lake Cherokee -
who are spending the winter in St. freckles and red hair. Ask the &
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on Saturday afternoon, was a 10 cents
Augustine Fla. are guests of Col. 5 cents Keystone Comedy. A
great success, over twenty-five dol- Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co., )
and Mrs. Pliny Norcross, 510 Magnolia Scream.
lars being taken in for the relief
avenue. 205 So. Orange Avenue.
fund. There were nineteen tables of J

players. Mrs. Schuller won the prize I - For Mr. and Mrs.ye I Phone 261 .
Miss Rose Hartman, of Omaha, I
among those playing five hundred, Mr. and Mrs. George B. Nye, of
Neb., who has been visiting Mr. and
and Mrs. Paul C. Shaffer won the Marion, Mass., who are building a .
Mrs. T. J. Wilson at their home in !
bridge prize, both being exquisitefans. bungalow in Concord Park, were given -
Fruit punch was served by I the Conway section, left yesterdayfor a pleasant surprise Friday nightat SAME LITTLE PRICES . . . " . . 8111.1.*. " . '. . . .. , .. j
her home. Miss Hartman owns
Mrs. Alton B. Whitman and Mrs.John the home of their friends, Mr. and !
a pretty orange grove at Haines City. .1
M. Cheney, assisted by Misses O'Neal, Mrs. Worthley, in Concord Park. A
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Branham, Groves, and Claire Robinson. kitchen shower was the real nature of
Mr.\ and Mrs. J. R. Bateman, of I
The afternoon abeautifulone the Mr. and Mrs. Nye receiv- FRANK
was Paterson, N. J., are among the new party, : A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL l
for the affair, many D. A. R. ing many useful presents. The even- --- -
comers in Orlando and expect to remain t'jt
members of other chapters motoringover ing was delightfully spent in play-
until the latter part of March.
from Winter Park to enjoy the They are pleasantly located on Rob- ing games, cards, and in dancing. El- Established 1886 j

playing and help swell the fund. inson avenue. egant refreshments were served.

-oPresbyterian About seventy people were present at
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Church Feature Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Wheeler, of the function, and everybody had a 7

Mrs. Mather Smith will sing at the 1\liddleton, N. Y., are in Orlando for splendid time. CURTIS & O'NEAL

Presbyterian church this morning. their second winter and are more

Those who have heard Mrs. Smith than glad to be back again. They SALE OF CLOTHING

sing are charmed with her voice. will be here until spring and are INSURANCE LOANS

Mr. and Mrs. Mather Smith and family pleasantly located on Lake street.Invitation W. M. Slemons offers about 100men's f

e.., have a beautiful home the
on
- half
and boys' suits at price.
Apopka lake shore at Oakland.Catholic in Verse l-23-3t REAL! ESTATE RENTALS

- The young men of the Epworth

Bazaar League of the Methodist church extend -
Mr. and Mrs. B. Tiffany, of Cleve-
The ladies of the Catholic churchare the following invitation to the
land, Ohio, are among the happy and
planning to give a bazaar on young ladies of the church:
contented winter visitors now so-
February 4th, 5th and 6th, in the
On Thursday next, at eight o'clock, journing in Orlando. They expect to
building across from the ReporterStar -
on Pine street of The young men now in rhyme, remain until spring and are comfort- FOR RENT---Bungalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main
corner Court.
Will give the Epworth League girlsA ably located at 305 Liberty street.OSTEOPATHY.
This will be Street.
a very elaborate affair- very pleasant time.

fancy work booths, candy, ice cream,
and The girls have done their share of

suppers. work Seven Room House, South Orlando.
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And need a little rest;
New Lucerne Dance So. now young men, please do not *
The shirk DR. J. C. HOWELL

nesdays New will Lucerne be invitation dance on affairs Wed-, But come and do our best. Osteopathic Kirksville Physician Graduate and Surgeon Two New Five Room Houses, South West Orlando.

cards being sent out to friends and You may not now be able to Consultation Free

visitors; no admission otherwise. Those or this or that to do, Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan

These weekly dances But come and make it worth your HoteL -
are being very while. Office Phone 716; Residence 1018

much enjoyed. To try to make the ladies smile. Orlando, Fla. .-II It III III HI' It III-Ii... 11.1111. I' . I C 1.1. II II II. Itlll_' II 11111 .1111..11. '

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BUYERS AND SELLERSI dmr1i3er
buy, sell rent and exchange real .. ,. La1:11 a:ili S11i1:1.gles:
SENTINELWANT estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
over 30 years. Have handled over
$20,000,000. Call and see me.
10-6-3m F. LEWTER!
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FOR CORNS, bunions ingrowingnails
see the chiropodist for men
and women. L. J. Mustard over Mc-
Elroy's drug store, 117 Orange ave
The Morning Sentinel Want nue. Pedicure and manicure.
Directory is the Greatest Want 1-16-1mc
Ad Medium in Orlando. ORLANDO

Terms Cash in Advance. NICHOLAS & NICHOLAS .
MANUFACTURE all classes of hairgoods
RATES ; prices reasonable and work
For One Day -_____________25t first class. Call and see us at 303
For Three Days -------_____50c Garland street. 1-6-lmo Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection LimeSUBTROPICAL
For Six Days _____75c
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A CORNER{ LOTIs For!.,One Month_7-----------$2.5 0 BUI LONG LOTS -- - --- ------
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ThIS rate applies on all ads of Desirable house lots for sale at the
25 words or less. If the ad con- corner of Amelia and Kentucky avenues -
always the Buyer's choice. tains more than 25 words the rate on east side of and facing Rock MlinillMMIMtltllMIIMIIIMIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIMMIIIIMMMMMMIIIII MI .
will be one cent per word for lake. Citrus trees on every lot. See <
There are but few corners, each additional word, for each in- owner on premises. Geo.. F. Miller. 1 1i
and they are generally sold sertion.If 1-21-41
you can't bring your ad to i !
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- Established 1870 EXPOSITIONMID
early.We
counts opened by telephone will be
have a house on a payable the following day. R. E. COCHRAN CO., Inc.

good corner lot, all modern 132 Park Place, New York '
Every Home-Every Business- Wholesale Dealers and Commission -WINTER! :
and up-to-date. Every Man has use for a I Merchants in Florida Orangesand ,
Sentinel Want Ad.
A NEW HOUSE Grapefruit i
Represented by

FOR SALE Geo. W. Tull, Orlando, Fla. o zl.moo FL
The price is very low for Liberal advances made on con- _

this grade of property. Call FOR SALE-Ford touring car, 1913 signments.R. .
model, in first class order. Price E. Cochran, President.
in and let us take you out and $275. Am going North. Address L FEB. 9-13 1915EDUCATIONAL

show it to you today.A Auto, care Sentinel. l-23-6t T. L. Turney Treasurer.1-22-2m ,

few minute's walk to FOR SALE-Two elegant two story
business houses twins; close in; a good investment :
center. to live in one and rent the
SPECIAL
other, or both. Address owner, R. i

ORlANDO BUILDING lAND CO l-23-6t Bruce *Perry, at the Water Works. Embracing-Agriculture, Horticulture, Floriculture, Domestic

THIS Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry,
FOR SALE-A trio of bronze
turkeysfor
.II. North Orange Avenue breeding. Telephone Ensign, and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports
PHONE 608 559, ring 4. l-22-6tc
WEEK AreoplansLectures and Entertainments of all kindsFor
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL FOR SALE-A good upright piano,
very cheap. Inquire at Orland
FRED B. DALEC.
H. BRYANT hotel. l-22-3tc i RED SOUR CHERRIESIIUCKLEBERRIES

information or premium list, address
DAVIS A GILES. CounselF. FOR SALE-Country Gentleman,

A. PEPPERCORN. Contractor Stovell's Golden Evergreen Dent Hickory Corn.King Get, and my PEACHES i \VM. R. O'NEAL, Sec'y H. H. DICKSON, Pres.

prices. J. L. Dean, City Drug Store, PEARS
next to Arcade. 1-20-12tc

RED RASPBERRIES " 11IIII'IIIIII'IIIIII'IIIIIII
FOR SALE-Modern home, 7 rooms.
"DIXIE LIMITED" hall, bath, screened porch, extra In i glass quart jars. Closing
large closets, and trunk locatedin :
room; out ,nil our quart sizes at cost I
first class residential district; 5
minutes from postoffice. For quick price.
Between sale will take $2,500. Terms. Inquireof -
owner, 312 North Main. l-20-12tc
.J cksonrille. Chicago and St. Louis
THREE LOIS and a five room house,
Reestablished January 6, 1915 located on Ohio avenue, in Oak- $ w4 m.t
wood Park, for sale. For further information CARU1HIRS & GORE 'e'KINCAID
Northbound: Daily Southbound call at tent on Ohio ave
9:35 am Lv. Jacksonv'e Ar. 7:30 nue. l-19-6t
5:08pmAr.8:03pmAr.. Macon Lv.11:45 pm am
Atlanta Lv. 8:35 am FOR SALE-Six cylinder Thomas New Modern G Grocery
.
12:18 am Ar. Chattan'ga Lv. 4:37 am touring car, in good condition; four
4.50 am Ar. Nashville Lv.12.10 am new tires; an excellent motor; cost .
9:28 am Ar.6:35pmAr.. Evansville Lv. 7:30pm 4,500 new; will sell cheap for cash, or '
Chicago Lv.11:30 am take a good Ford touring car as part Phone 200 1111ff SNO'NBBN
2:59pmAr. St. Louis lLv.215pmSolid payment.; Address P. O. Box No. 2,
Formosa, Fla. 1-19-Gt
Train Co mpartmentObservation 6 and '8 East Pine St.

cars Standard Pullman cars and FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock
coaches, between Jacksonville and and tools, best farm in county; variety Orlando's Largest and Cheapest
Chicago. Standard Pullman sleepers fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up-
Jackson/ille to St. Louis.DINING to-date buildings etc. Room 3, Rock
Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own-

CARS er., 1-16-tfc FURNITURE HOUSE.

FOR SALE-Story & Clark upright

Atlantic Coast]Line Weeks grand in piano the recent won by contest Miss will Myrtle be DR. L H. RAMSDEU Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando

sold for benefit of Baptist church
Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. building fund. Piano may be seen OPTOMETRIST
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. (Baa.r..r t. Dr. O. F. LIk1 )
Weeks, 10 Washington street. ORLANDO FLORIDAWE .
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KIRKLAND, D. P. A.,
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I FIT GRIND LENSES
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cash capital to invest in winter OPTICAL REPAIRING
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H. McNeill. homes; also big acreage in groves and
J. S. McEwan.J. trucking lands. Address Box 814, '

N. McElroy.Jas. Orlando. 18lmocFOR GORDON'S; CARRIAGE


.W..A.M.Kingsley.Mrs. Knox.B. E. Langenbach.Chas. . close 10 cleared SALE-30 to depot ready, 3 acres miles for land from setting, 20 Orlando.fenced trees;, -AN 0---- B Hin th N w Y ar Hi![ (


O. N.. Lartigue.Larson.P. No.Cheap 4, if sold in 30 days. Lock l-3-lmo Box. BAGGAGE TRANSfERl. :

F. Laubach.J. .
FOR SALE-One seven passenger, T. HARRELL, Prop.
B. Lawton.C. six cylinder automobile, 1 year old,
G. Lee. first class condition. Don't answer Piano and Furniture
Mrs. M. E. Limerick. unless interested. Address Bargain,
H. P. Leu. care of Sentinel. 11-14-tf Moving a Specialty Cook and Heat '

Chas. Lord.E. E. Church St. PHONE 487

FOR SALE ---------
W. Lott.A. - ----

L. Lucius.II. .
Terms to Suit Purchaser
A. Lumsden. Good citrus and truck land, cleared, LAKE SITEFour .
; J. H. McCullough.Ed. in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots, on WITH
McDowell. brick road to be built this year, two
miles from Orlando. Phone 1024 4
rings,or write H. G.Jackson R. F. D.
No.2, Orlando, for appointment.
1-7-lmo miles from Orlando, one

ORLANDO mile from Post Office, Schools '

FOR RENT and Churches and Packing

FOR RENT-Furnished or unfur- House. On good road just one GAS :

c PLUMBING CO nished rooms with or without mile from Orlando Sandfordroad.
nue.board. Apply 705 East Central 1-23-61 ave- .

Surrounded by fine Groves; Virginia -
FOR RENT-Suite of two rooms for
26 WEST PINE STREET light housekeeping; modern conveniences Pine Timber. Excellent ,
; with private family; to adults Citrus Land with water protec- 1
122 512 South Lake .
PHONED only. Apply street.Phone


l t Best Plumbing at Lowest SEVEN one block 562.ROOM from, new Eola stucco park cottage l-19-6t; com-, tion Sixty and beautiful Acres lake at frontage TileR n You'll' Sureli IY l he) Ha y . .


PricesWe mands fine view of city. Price $5,500.H. .
C. McDaniel, phone 708. $20 Per Acre
are not in the combine.SLAUTER'S .
FOR RENT-Large, attractive room.
latest inventions usedon Inquire No. 8 West Washington St.
all firstclassPlumbing 11-8-tfc -,

r Construction: FOR RENT-Small flat modern con- Think of it and see
veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A.

i vnox. 11-3-tf ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.

: NEIL McDUFFEE NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, ,
to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
10-25-tf Watkins Block PHONE 504J.
Contractor and BuilderBungalows - GAS DEPARTMENT
WANTEDNow B. Finley.

a Specialty O. B. Floyd.A. .
is the time to order GRIF- e c
Arcade Building. Orlaado' FING'S ROSES. W. H. Brokaw. Y. Fuller.
salesman. 12-16-tf Nail Forage.


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tome of its luster from tbe rivers' tof over and gingerly groped at It with r the contusion the. pair made a abort I 11nwh. B. L. Bunch

.TNEGIRS' CANNING CLUB Wood that bad been abed through the ber fingers drawing them sharply backss SAN' J JUAN IMPROVEMENT P Mrs. W. L Burnett.

tare of 1U mocking light. they encountered human flesh. Tn* penult grew bold now. Ros the E. W. Butt. -

Apparently she was free to come and For just a second she faltered before voice of Lonbeque. cold, steady terri- III S. DeLaney.J. .

Midwinter Fair: Will Give Prizes to about the place as she pleased. but Investigating her discovery. Loubeque ble."Don't_ Room Adjoining Main Lobby E. Buxton.T. .

for Best Exhibits Madeof the very mockery of such a freedom must have come from her room in tills waste shots. Get the man Will Be Completed in Short

made her real situation pall the more. fashion. It might be that In some way with lead. Catch the girL" Time Will Be Less J. Byrd.

; :Members of the Absorbed In tbe hopeless task of finding Lonbeque had fallen and injured the The captain's grip tightened reassuringly Crowded t i I J. W. Cain.

Gabs some means of escape she took to machinery. To stoop tlgwn. take the on her wrist. I Mrs. M. Calvert.J. .

having her meals served in her room. papers from his pocket aryl bide them "If they get me." he said quietly, I M. Caruthers.

... eating scarcely anything. 110 engrossedwas between the crack vf the door of the ""take the gun: and make them work. Work on the room between the
That the girls' canning and tomato F. D. Carr.
she with her thoughts' room and the bottom ot the elevator In the excitement be became separated main lobby and the new cafe at the I -
C. D. Chadwick.
in Floridais
clubea their
made place the work of IUM from I.iuille. She looked about. San Juan is
On the fourth day. as she sat beside was an ;nt progressing rapidly and

proveVi by the fact that the Subtropical the window dejectedly looUug out As tbe room glided gwgy! into place then uttered a cry of warning lie will soon be thrown open to the pub- S. B. Chalfant.J. .

'Midwinter Fair Associationhas upon the well nigh deserted street without IS o much as a tremor she leap- took a step backward then instinctively ic. This room will have the private I M. Cheney.C. .

offered a premium for the *st she was suddenly aware of a shadow' ed down and lifted the groaning man's lifted his elbow as though to avert office in the rear for H. L. Beeman a D. Christ.

county canning club exhibit. The first falling upon tbe glass. Sbe prang to head to her lap she: bad come barely a bullet. The movement overbalancedhim A. Cohoon.J. .
long distance telephone booth, a ne sand
prize is $10, the second is $5. Or- her feet turned to face Loubeque. The In time fur the spy was: struggling and he disappeared over the edge.a M. Cook. .
groping tumbling thing. cigar stand, a manicurist, a public I
spy was not smiling now. Instead feebly to get to his: feet. He smiled
ange, Osceola, Volusia, Seminole and there was a tender expression: on nh ruefully as: he lighted a match and From every direction came tbe pursuit stenographer, and a general Roy Cook.

I Lake county citizens can compete for face a look of sympathy In his hands scanned th"'features of his companion. Lucille suddenly noticed there lounge for guests. This will afford I G. C. Crawford.

the premiums at this fair. he held a newspaper and Instantly she Tor a second be appeared dazed then was no attempt made to close in upon more office room for the main office I I

The work of the canning club is still divined it held something that would swift consternation crossed his face as ber. but that she was being driven in a in the central lobby. BEAUTY SPECIALISTMrs.

in its infancy in these counties. In hurt her She nodded slowly catchingher his band shut toward the place where certain direction A bullet dashed a :Minnie: Sawyer, of "Boston,
of sand into her face and she
one or two of them it has not been breath with an effort fighting back be had placed tbe stolen papers. spray would be pleased to do work at your
darted abide-darted into a yawning Mrs. J. D. Beggs.H. I
started. In spite of this fact and of her nameless terror. -Come." he said quietly his tones blackness. homes or hotels. Shampooing face
NLucUle"Tbe spy's eyes fell before silky, yet dry and cold and bard Benedict. and scalp specialist; manicuring, chiropody -
the fact that the fair comes at rathera the fear In the steady ones that "come young lady. Of course you understand When she opened her eyes she was R. :M. Bennett. hair dressing. Phone 680
bad time of the for tomato surprised to find that there had beenno 10 West Concord Orlando.
year met his own. -Lucille you are too the papers will be found and Sarah Stagg. I I avenue,
fall worth mentioning, that she bad l-15-12t
growers to make much showing, the young yet to know that In the comple- this: is: merely delaying the Inevitable"lie Nat Berman.G. .
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probability is that there will be some tion of any great work always there did not wait for bet to speak. merely been driven toward a trap door W. Berry.H. .
and caught lobe down. Lou-
: as toppled
good exhibits by the canning club are those who must suffer He stop- merely touched her arm aDd assistedher PHONE
H. Berry. 646
beque was watching her, a curiously
ped. evidently finding it bard to con to the platform. lie stirred slightly -
. girls. twisted smile playing about the cornersof Marion Presby. .
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tinue. Came the whir of machinery almost FOR HIRE
The work of the cannig club covers his mouth.
E. R. Bliss.F. .
"I would not harm you. Lucille; immediately shut out. Once
things besides tomatoes. Theyare "You have' too many friends. Lucille." .FIRST CLASS REPAIRING-
many would not cause you one moment'sgrief more the room was in. motion going N. Boardman.Alf .

very proficient preserve and mar- or misery, physical or mental for upward this time :She closed her eyes be'said." Bumby. BARNARD & SON
'Yes.. he after
murmured
a moment's
malade makers. They utilize the or- anything In the world. But I would instinctively( before the mystery of it silence "you are altogether too 17 Hughey Street Orlando Fla.

ange, grapefruit kumquat, guava, allow not even the-yes. tbe love I bear alL Wbeii she opened them once more
too slippery too nerve racking, pris- 12-10-lm
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you because of your likeness to your she in tbe bad
and many other Florida fruits and was place she left. I
oner. think while the search for -
mother to stand In the way of destroy- Everything was as it had been save FOR KISSDOIEEI i I
vegetables.This is I
the packet going on it would save
ing you utterly should you attempt to for a 'broken window pane: and tbepres'nce I I i FOR SALE
premium ought to be a great wear and tear on our constitutions to i I
get in my path. And so 1 am very
of Loubeque.He Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. 22.Claude :it
move to lDeb-my ranch in t -
you my !
incentive for canning clubs to do a happy today-very happy for myself
regarded her narrowly still Mexico. A beautiful spot. he smiled. F. Johnson of Kissimmee, who un-
great deal of work between now and while I am at the same time very un- i No. 1. Forty acres virgin pine timber "
smoking:: silently. He opened his lips "I trust you will enjoy it as much as itl recently edited the Kissimmee
the 9th of February. happy because! of your distress. I j land on south side of take front
as though to speak then closed them J'
I have. Journal in his home town is in Jacksonville j
\ know you cannot understand my feel- three-fourths mile from railroad sta-
sharply and stepped to the door listening '
ing I only wish you to know that you Lucille looked at him steadily. In attending the Masojic Grand j tion. $1,000. J
GRAND LODGE RE-ELECTED ALL have stolen" tbe fruits the sweets of ;: a moment then ringing a bell the eyes of both glowed an indomitable a
Lodge meeting.
ITS OLD FICERS which was almost immediately answered purpose a bard resolve a mutual i i No. 2 Seventy-five acres, on lake d

my-Victory victory?" She whispered the word by the butler and tbe woman admiration. Loubeque smiled once :Mr.: Johnson, who is one of the best j I front one-half mile from Forest City; ,i iI

who bad first captured the girl. more this time grimly. known down state newspaper men, I i six acres bearing orange grove; good 1
Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. 21, -All of aloud! Hurriedly Thompson what I I'I eight room house. $4,500 terms.
lie the her explained "Honors have been too even till nowI recently disposed of his paper, but ;
Silently in j
put newsprper
the officers of the Grand Lodge of outstif! tdml II.MK! She took it nuruli- had bappt'u..l-the pebble wrapped fancy the ranch will settle the rubber he states that he does not intend to I' No. 3. Twenty acres four miles -j l

Masons, who held office last year, ly. staring: tt the l hlII.I .leaded type strip of white paper which the man satisfactorily any rate satisfac- stay out of the gameery long. from the city, on lake front; twelve 1

were re-elected today, as follows: heading time <<,Juuji.t.irini; at the fa- outside had puked up. tbe manner in torily to me." In fact, he is already making plansto : acres bearing orange grove; orange

Grand Master-Cephus L. Wilson milinr. the! beloved l n.iine of her sweetheart which he had mysteriously" disappeared - s s s crop recently sold two thousand three
eluding the butlers pursuit, the admission establish a newspaper in Kissimmee i I I hundred boxes. Three hundred boxes
As Thompson the butler thief, swiftly
of Marianna. tht'r1wlI. she looked up -
of |l'ulkt.'Wt'o to tbe house and and this time it will be a daily. i of grapefruit now on trees. $6,500; .
Deputy Grand :\Iaster-James: E. Hu:;<> Liubeitit was pone, had dispeared ('- descended to the ground floor and
tbe of terms.
throwing the that lowered said Mr. Johnson last
Hut that did not matter to her spring out into the court and knelt peer the "Kissimmee :
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Crane of Tampa. II their: ) s room to tbe basement. body of the mantbo bad fallen from night "is growing'rapidly and I believe
row The nature of his disappearance I No. 4. Lot 70x190 feet, on brick
Grand Senior Warden-A. S. York did not even impress her. :Nothing:: "And be ;got: out of tbe way. eh?" the roof top. his hands fluttered over the time is ripe for a good live i.I street; high class neighborhood.
of Live Oak. I Loubeque frowned thoughtfully then like white birds I Ij
mattered Tbe I'py.s victory was ap- the man tiny, daily newspaper there." 1000.
t Grand Junior Warden-T. Picton proaohinz: completion laughed a (Ir,'. barking.. laugh as he Hjrou;.li the |pockets be went nflius

Warlow, of Orlando. Lucille lookwl about her wildly. She i il turned to the girl. And with all this I them completely and replacing those j No. 5. Thirty acres near hard sur-

Grand Treasurer-Henry Robinson l)(>:1t her tiny fists! t-aimt tbe window. luck working;, for jou. Miss Lucille things;; which would be of no value to O. :M.: Bonar.C. j[ face road; one mile from railroad
how J station on lake front; four acres
of Jacksonville. then stopped| at the utter futility of It. : you see now impossible it ,is to I him. He ton ed as he unwrapped the A. Boone. budded grove; six hundred boxes of

P. She looked down and her eyes stared escape. Now 1 shall leave you aloneto note Lucille bad written on tbe scrapof :Mrs.: J. A. Bortree. fruit; one hundred and fifty thousand
"
Grand W. !
Secretarj- Webster I reflect upon the advisability of restoring i and bound about the -
wide into those of paper ruby.
a pedestrian upon R. S. Rowland. I feet virgin pine timber. $3,000.J. .
of Jacksonville. the sidewalk It was tbe captain of the packet to me. Until then redulity. :avarice and puzzled delight .

Lucius L. Payne of Orlando Dis- tbe ship who had been her friend. She you will not be disturbed even by a fought for mastery upon his face J. N. Bradshaw. r E. CRAWFORD -

trict 13, was appointed district dep- waved her band knowing from his expression servant Ion may recall my child in his eyes Secreting tbe ruby in his W. S. Branch. i Office Orland Hotel.
that thirst Is a very unpleasant tor pocket be lifted his burden Whitney Wright. i-
carefully
nty grand master by the grand mas- that he recognized( her that j 130.*
be had been hunting her. He made a ture. and carried it to the basement of the W. R Wooten.

ter.T. motion a* of writing and she nodded He closed the door behind him very bouse. Then he took one last. loving A. G. Brannam.W. !
Picton Warlow, going out on expired swiftly. then darted toward the HUh boftly :Not a sound came from without look at his find and started in searchof
H. Brokaw.M. .
term as trustee of the temple dressing table Hunger; thirst, solitude-all threein ; his' master Already a plan had entered I JDr. BuckmasterOSTEOPATH

was reappointed for a term of five And there she sat. dumb with misery. tbis prison this prison so much un- his running brain to gain the rest I :: C. Broom. t

years. The other trustees holding I In the delight of seeing a friend's face like a prison that it was rendered only of tbe necklace a plan whereby Lou- R. M. Buckmaster.

c over are George L. Drew, Marcus i at tbe psycnolorfcal: moment. when her the more hideous thereby. And even beQue was to be no gamer. (

Endel E. E" Haskell and James Car- : despair her misery her desperation though: outsiders knew she was being Cninard in Sanday- Sentinel) ADDITIONAL LIST HONORARY Graduate of Kirksville
nell. i was at its height she had not thought detained ,here they could not find ber. MEMBERSF.

a simple thing like a pencil: a. pen. ink. could not even secure adequate evidence '
paper might be necessary. In despair that sho was here did they make Alma DeLaney.Mrs. j j 132 S. Orane AvenueI ,

Preparations are being made to Lucille looked about her. Paper she an examination. Sbe flung herself C. A. Campbell.Mrs. :Boardman, O. S. Robinson B.

plant 600 acres of citrus trees this had. She tore the blank strip off the upon the bed, burying her face in her :: J. I. Dunn. Beacham, S. S. Griffin W. E. Martin, I ABOVE PEOPLES BANK PHONE 578i .

spring at Valrico. top of tbe newspaper page tore it so bands and siring' way to sobs. Miss Paskins. Arthur Butt, J. F. Gordon Bert Ber-

that the headline Lieutenant She straightened startled by a faint i ___ =
regarding Miss Humes.B. ry, J. N. Cook J. H. Tucker W. S.
tinkle! against the window Swiftly '
Gibson appeared beneath ItSbe stared pane.
C. Abernethy. Branch, Ed. Jump, Feinberg & Gore. '
helplessly in the mirror, her teeth she approached the window. Upon Dr. S. S. Jones'CHIROPRACTOR
Henry Benedict Dr. C. D. Christ
tbe Mrs. A. W. Acree.E. ,
fastened viciously in her lower lip "o" street no one was in sight She
LUCILLE t'idousl.that when she withdrew looked up and espied the face of the F. Akers.T. Charles Goeswein B. T. Kuhl A. Y

them a tiny drop of red blood appeared captain peering| cautiously from over L. Anderson. .. Fuller E. II. Gore B. M. Robinson, J

upon the delicate skin. If only she bad the brick wall above her J. F. Ange.J. Dr. B. C. Abernethy and Dr. J. S. : graduate Davenport College 17 and

a pencil or pen something to write Feverishly she ripped at the netting G. :Manuel. McEwan are additional honorary :i i 209.18 Yowell-Duckworth Intelligent people building everywhere; phone
LOVE with which had been within tbe glass before -
members of the Orlando Fire
Department are being restored to health by chi* -
t Tbe blood drop fell upon the paper. she broke it Carefully she drew 1
as reported yesterday by J. II practic adjustments, the new science
WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH ,
carmmins it. Lucille gasped delightedly tbe glass inside and laid it upon the of the
removing of disease.
cause Examination
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Barton. -
Her hand seized a pin from the floor. The netting gave slightly. She COMPANY REDUCES RATESTO o free. 1224lamORLANDO

The Girl of Mystery 1 writing table and dabbled at the blotIt tore her hands opening; tbe space until CUBA

bad dried up. Nerving herself sue. f' she could set ber shoulders through. - - --- ,

lightly jabbed the pin into tbe ball of Slowly, round and round she worked Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. 22..-The e

"By the"MASTER her thumb feverishly writing upon the opening It was finally wide Western Union Telegraph
company
tbe blank paper. How painful it was: enough She looked up. Tbe captain
I nodded briefly, then disappeared announces effective immediately, a ROOFING
How
PEN" swiftly the blood dried! But she i
must-*>he in list- In 3 mOll.cnt he reappeared, slowly I. reduction of twenty-five cents will be

:spyrlgbt 1914. AH moving plctire -Prisoner of Loubeque-Here-Help I I dangling;: n heavy rope from which be made in cable letter service to Ha- 'AND

right reserved by the Uilrerul Film -Read head"I I had made a looped chair. Lucille vana, Cuba. This means that fifteen

iUfrafacUnag Company which Is She swayed slightly She could endure I edged ber way: slowly through:: the words can now be sent to Havana for SHEET METAL CO.

now exhibiting this projection I.leadl.g the torture no longer It wassufficient : opening She stood upon tbe heavy seventy-five cents, and the same num-
I sill outside hanging. to the netting with
theaters. Infringements will He could piece together ber of words to other points in Cuba
be vigorously prosecu..... what be read what she had told him i one band the while she reached for the Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
for Excellent service is
$1.75. ren-
rope with the other The second time
aboard the ship But bow to reach I ,
her closed about dered on cable letters making it
fingers it. Swiftlyshe a
him I
with the fragmentary strip of
\ CHAPTER XV. paper' Tearing the necklace from tucked it about her !skirts then very desirable means of communication and Rubber Roofings
I drew taut Her feet clear of
Correspondence Under Difficulties.TAD about her throat she detached a jewel swung at a minimum expense.

day cud never a sign i more I swiftly and wrapped tbe strip of paper the ledge. Then she felt herself being Announcement is also made that Cornices Skylights. Healing, Ventilating AIda) Ceilings
slowly lifted lifted in little spasmodic
l>niU><|iie Lucille bl fear about it In one leap she bat effective at once the deferred service

I and d Ireatletl that first meet reached tbe window Tbe captain was jerks. has ben in
Havana
Her finger brushed tbe roof. put operation to Works
;: I' still there tips : 14 E. ChurchSt.: ORLANDO
Another pull and she had a firm hold and other Cuban points making the
The nwiiii HisntM: her wan!" to all For a moment Lucille hesitated She I
i iuutwarel and was drawing herself over. Power rate eight cents per word instead of
M"'II'irU a l.imtily furnish must break the window pane :Swiftly:
edeli.tiitt ful hands closed about her wrists when the full rate which is fifteen cents to __
: nut trains the large win she took a'slipper from her foot drew -- --L-- - - -
lows, she f iiiHl they only could be letdown back and brought tbe tiny heel crash- I. from below came a shout that told she Havana. Deferred rate to other -
had been discovered.
from the top and were thereoreml ing against the glass. At tbe sound points in Cuba is twelve cents per
With an oath the captain yanked her
*- by H thin netting of a metal of smashing glass she beard a rustling word as against twenty cents for full WRIGHT
to the roof jerked her there so violently SEED CO.We
that revitttlver.v. atteiu., tt prying without her door. The captain looked .
she toppled and fell against him.
apart. Looking more carefully. shesaw at her. and simultaneously she rate.The
up straightened: and caught bis arm to full rate of service of fifteen
this same filament of wire wasinterwoven filliped the round missile toward him I
support herself 'cents per word to Havana and twenty carry the Largest Stock of Seed in
with the glass so they watched him eagerly as be stooped to
could not t> completely smashed The thrust it From beneath them came sounds of cents to other points in Cuba is still
e pick It up and then hurriedlyIn pursuit hurrying footsteps upon stairs. 'I Orange County. Agents for the Celebrated -
only means of escape lay by the door his pocket passing on. She saw maintained for those desiring instan-
loud voices. Lucille seemed to ha'f'eaU .
and to get cut hnt way involve Thompson. tbe butler slip hurriedlyout i the initiative now. Sbe grasped taneous service. National Guano Fertilizers

flight of step which passed many of tbe door and take after him. the man's arm and hurried him to- I-

rooms Then a light" : creaking. as of rusty I ward tbe closest chimney just as a sky W. G. Arthur. 206 So. Orange Ave.MAGKUDER'S

Bat she iuu>t escape The thoughtof binges and she stared about her in I light door flung open where they bad I S. H. Atha.J. .

what Lonbeque: iu::.:bt be doing tin mute horror. She was moving;: down I stood. H. Bass. .
Impeded drove her brain : and walls were advancing forward.
tyrannically He drew a revolver and held it stead i
against a worn out body. She bad the She was moving;: down and the room I ily pointing toward the place. A chip I Geo. A. Barker.J. .

man's diary, wherein was evidence was moving with her. of plaster crackled at their feet Lu- D. Barnes.E. j

against him of such crimes as would Came a little groan a tremor running cille looked down at a flattened lead Barlow.H. .

hare appall the most!" hardened through the walls of the room. bullet Yet there had been no shot :M.: BeardalLB.

wurts would hare set nations> at oneanother's Looking up she could see solid steel I fired Sbe stared incredulously at tbe Beacham.A. t

throats entailed countless' walls passing into place where the II man. L. Beck.H. .

deaths The thin;; was "'"<> deadly that room she was in had been Met-t.y a "A silencer-Maxim silencer." be

zealous thonzli: she was in her objectof 'ae-an: elevator had been the boudoir whispered L. Beeman. "Country Club Car Service"t

saving her wwthenrt. Lucille knew where she was a captive The Sbe nodded understanding. Together

she could never brtns herself to the machinery stopped working abruptly.She I i they crept in the shadow of the chimney The packing houses at Wauchula

point of making public such' a doers- peered over the edge: of the room toward the thin brick dividing have reopened and fruit is again going LEAVES EMPIRE AND SAN JUAN 9 A.M. AND 2 P.M.
meat the had the rubies from the for she was merely standing on a flat wall tbe sanded roof scratching their forward. ,

throat of the hideous idol In the subterranean surface so far as one side was concerned bands terribly. Again that flutter of
RETURN FROM COUNTRY CLUB
Times 12.30 P.M. and 5.30 P.M.
cave without num.twr To her ears came the insistent chips. The captain turned and fairly

she regarded the glowlstones, ringing of a bell. A huddled. black hurled a shot from his revolver at the
shuddered ftt the blood red ray!! that mass showed almost beneath her. figures so cautiously approaching. A Fruit shipments at White City are Service from any Hotel in the City by calling PHONE 3-t.

mocked her from each facet, imaginingthe Crouching upon the floor she leaned cry of pain followed tbe report and Inv again going forward and the packing ROUND TRIP $1.00. FARE ONE WAY 50c.
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Conner Polific Grape Fruit is The Only .


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


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In Dollars and' Cents EARLY GRAPEFRUIT .
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,_ K ti ay .; 'K. ?d '? .c !d -ti : g; not worry about Grapefruit. Grapefruit for the past
five seasons, as sold by the Florida Citrus Exchange, has aver-
aged growers for all grapefruit, including culls, shipped in plain
boxes, $2.18 per box, f.o.b. shipping point, while oranges, includ-
'. frI." ':, e, : '. ing all grades and all varieties, have averaged over the same pe- f

".:.,-. ,; riod, $1.65 per box f.o. b., a five year record.In .
dollars and cents early Grapefruit is far in the lead.
Shipments made in October and November, which is the early
n1: '_ :: season afforded by Conner Prolific Grapefruit, have averaged
z & t $2.78 per box for all Grapefruit shipped. Midseason to late
grapefruit has averaged $2.34 per box f.o.b., showing a balancein
favor of the Conner Prolific Grapefruit variety of 44c. per box
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f.o.b., for every. box shipped of early Grapefruit. _

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

When Early Grapefruit goes to market in October and November .
d ripe, luscious and fit to eat, as Conner Prolific variety
will be at this season, there is nothing to compete with it. Can- .
taloupes are gone apples are not yet ripe, and it is the best fruit
obtainable. That is the reason why early Grapefruit; brings a
big price. Government supervision will rule the shipment of
fruit from Florida after the season of 1914-15 and you may depend -
CONNOR PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT, 4 YEARS OLD, ON ROUGH LEMON 91*) :::C upon it that early Grapefruit will not be hampered by .
shipments of green, unpalatable stuff, as has been the rule in
the past; therefore, prices should be better than ever before.
and we advise you with all heartiness and with all good will and
The OCKLAW AHA NURSERIES do not Produce Alone I wishes for your prosperity to plant the Conner Prolific Grape-
Grapefruit fruit and be sure of something staple in the way of returns. Keep
out of competition with the other fellow as much as you can.
Far from it. All varieties that will produce Money Making Conner Prolific Grapefruit is perfect on all classes of soil, and on
both rough lemon and sour orange stock. You can produce good
crops and that will afford fruit for the proper season of ship- color in October and November on high land with Conner Pro-
lific Grapefruit on lemon stock, and on hammock lands and flat-
ment of the highest quality are produced in the Ocklawaha woods lands in all parts of the state you can produce a fruit that
has no equal in the world on sour orange stock. Recommendedfor
Nurseries. all sections, and endorsed by the Bureau of Pomology, and
guaranteed by us to be strictly Al in every particular.

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OCKLA W AHA NURSERIES by their system of
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propagation from. absolutely all bearing trees and i ii

the best selection of branches from those treesare -- : ;: I

producing orange and grapefruit trees that are worth more ;

money to the grower as a start for a money-making grove than I

anything else possible for them to obtain in Florida.
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We claim,and can substantiate, that no tree propa-

gated or budded from another source is a first- i

class tree. In order to get the quality YOU must jr &

hare the start from parentage that is unquestioned
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This the Ocklawaha Nurseries provide and by that means offer
every opportunity for success to the planter of new groves. It
costs you maybe, a hundred or may a hundred and fifty dollars I i & ..
more for a thousand trees grown in this way, but in ten years
the saving effected will double this sum many times, and you can ...
well afford to spend this small difference in the cost of your
trees than you can afford to lose the ultimate benefit that you f ss -+;'
had planned to gain from your grove. Buy Ocklawaha Nursery ,
Stock and know that your trees are right. Refuse to accept any : -
trees produced without a parentage, a pedigree, a source and a
right to your every confidence, and that means that you will t,; :.1
come to the Ocklawaha Nurseries where the very best serviceis
afforded you and after that you can cultivate your grove with CONNER PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT. 4 YEARS OLD, ON SOUR ORANGE STOCKOCKLAWAHA
confidence in the outcome of your efforts.



NURSERIES


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,///ii/? ._ men of fashion who desire to be dressed Ladies Shoes in New Up-to-Date Lasts, -
with Kidney heels all sizes and widths, at >
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I/1 many styles. Let us show you. Cut $6.00 values at __________________$...89
Prices on Suits and Overcoats. $5.00 values at __________________$3.98 Vii
$4.50 values at _____________-____$3.33
$4.00 values at __________________$3.17
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gold mat handles,.100 pieces, $39.50 quality$28.98' Spring Suits, wide circular Skirts, New Short First Showing of New
Haviland China Dinner Set, decorated, 100 pieces, Coats, in'all' the new materials and wanted
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Haviland China Dinner Set of 100 beauti-
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NEW SKIRTS FOR SPRING, Circular and pleated
fully decorated with :Mat Gold, $85.00 set for$67.60
effects, in Babardines, Chudda Cloth, Serges, (For Spring 1915)
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Haviland China Dinner Set of 100 pieces, white __
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and gold bands, $90.00 set for ______ $69.00
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and gold,perfect in shape, $55.00 set for_____$36.50 ials, priced at _______________Unusual Low PricesA other materials.
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Princess Bordered Mulls in all the
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PROFUSION OF ELEGANT WAISTS.The combinaI
white and gold,and green and gold, $29.00 set
for ____________________________________$21.50 thousands of women who look to us for informa- tions.
China Dinner Set of 65 pieces, white and gold, tion regarding what's new and fashionable in Waists will Pekin Silk Stripes, Silk ,
$5.50 set for ______________________________$3.98 be delighted with the beautiful line we are showing. We ered Voiles, Egyptian Organdies Voiles, Society Crystalines Voiles, Embroid-, Japanese ,
have them in Organdie, Crepe, Voiles and Tub Silks,
Chintz ,
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this Sale. dainty and airy, and prices to suit all, $1.00 and upwards. ful sheer materials. .
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beautiful line of Wreathes and STERLING COMEDY Thompsons and Modart, front

Flowers, and priced within the LOVE AND WATER laced; also Brassieres, and a full

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Mr. Chas. Caplinger, brother of oar ..
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fellow townsman, Mr. J. A. Caplinger,
a will leave today for his home in
Springfield Ohio, after a sojourn of
five months in Orlando.

Mrs. R. W. Chisholm, Mrs. A. C.
Parrish and Mr. A. S. Chisholm motored -
to Orlando yesterday from Mt.
Dora and spent the day sight seeing
and shopping.Mr. ri


Safe Funds far the Exposition Trip D. S. Shine who has been .
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spending several days in this section : ,
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With "A.B.A.:' Cheq-i..>. J n will avo d i flay w ')TICS n visiting relatives and meeting old ;
regard! to your "travel moneV vvenu j,:> t.> i .e hxposinon friends, left yesterday for his homein
or anywhere the i 1 tie its.tf=.1) t.\'S. T,r>' are much Jacksonville.Dr. .
safer to carry that: cah. There is n- urr.1 l '"pe" in
using them-just counter-sign a cheque anJ r;y Jour l'1- and Mrs. \V II. Weston, of New i - Your comfort and prosperity for !
Hotels: t ,'k.t iIi '<'> anJ. the:, \1J'1' '"ch--. ; .r,a i l.V: accept York city, are in Orlando on their initial
,
r '. these: visit and they both like Orlando
American: and will be here for the next three !+;(9I5depends :,,1( ,
:A.B.A Associ.1ti Hankers, Cheques:: months. They have pleat:.nt apartments

in the Arcade.Mr. J .. .
3 upon yourself and your
mot. and Mrs. Jas. R. Harris, of connections.
a P t ur t vue.A Southbridge, Mass., arrived in Orlan- r
do yesterday afternoon on the Tampa

Special and expect to spend some A savinzs or checking Lank accountin
time. They are guests at the Orland
1 LjW hotel. forward.this institution is a positive step .-

Mr. J. D. Ramke returned yester- ..
day from Atlanta, Ga., where he attended j-' :
the "big gathering" of sales- .. Star*: no'-v c.

men and representatives of the Coca- : .
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Cola company. He reports one of the .
best times of his life. .; '
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LTiIrrr[ I .' .' ':'" . ... ,:;
: Mr. G. K. Thomas, who is spend

ing the winter at Taft, was in Orla- : ndo yesterday transacting business.Mr. ;.::,: L. / iA

The State BanK of OrlandoLOCAL I Orange. Thomas county spends and his his summers winters in in

Pennsylvania, and keeps posted on
the happenings in this section by
reading the Sentinel. I a : 4
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AND PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. R. T Newman were ;
among the arrivals in Orlando for a Messrs. W. R. Smith, F. A. Pitt- :
visit: of six weeks. They are from man, Geo. W. Hanson Geo. Eubanks
Bishop Cameron Mann left yester- Trenton N. J., and are located nn and W. J. Stoddard of Atlanta, Ga. 0 '
day for DeLand.Mr. Jackson street.I who arrived in Orlando the first ol -4'
the week to enjoy the excellent hunt
A. R. Bogue returned last night have tuned a number of pianosin ing and fishing in this and adjoining
from a business trip down the East Orlando; refer you to any of my counties, left yesterday afternoonhomeward
Coast for Chase & Company. customers as to ability; players a bound.
specialty; tuning $2.50. Mr. Mack,
Moths in your piano? Better let phone 218 the Willola. 1241t'FOR Mrs. Robert Taylor and httli e
me get 'em out. Mack piano tuner
daughter Marian, arrived yesterday y
A RELIABLE
the Willola phone 218. 1-24-lt
from Scranton, Pa., and will speiu d
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considerable time in this section. Mt. .
Messrs. B. Rogers and D. H. Jackson -
Taylor has been here since early ii n '
of Petersburg, Va., are in Orlando i SALE !
the fall assisting his father-in-law,
. on a visit and are stopping at! Store
the San Juan. I Mr S. R. Hughes, a well known contractor Drug
with his building operations. .

Mr. E. L. Leslie, chairman of the :i :1 p

board Osceola of county county, was commissioners in the city yesterday of- (j 2300 acres of unim" Anything in the drug world delivered to

from Kissimmee. J proved pine land, fine

Mr. T. D. Tippins-, of Pittsburg,Pa., I I truck and fruit land, big without day night.MtElroy's
arrived last night on a visit to his I portion of it has clay you quick charge, or .

daughter Mrs. Jas. N. Burden, 107 and marl sutvsoil. Situ-

Lake street. Ii I I uate on County road

County Commissioner C. J. Sweet j within seven miles of

Mrs. Sweet and two manly sons, Masj j j Orlando.
ters Clifford and Cecil, were in the \!
city yesterday from Pine Castle. j $4.40 an acre will buy

: this tract and the propo- Pharmacy s
Tourists registering at the San
sition is 'cinch" as a The
Juan yesterday included A. L. Rey-i .
nolds, J. H. Reynolds, and S. Gerard I i small investment. This A
Smith, Boston, :Mass. i price is for quick sale.
I SAN Phone 20 35 Years Established
if you want this land
:Mr. A. H. Goodwin the clever representative j! II
of the Dodson Printers' |i call on -

Supply company Atlanta, spent yes- JUANDo
,
terday in Orlando.Mr. -


: and Mrs. O. K. Brown, of Canton r
South Dakota arrived in the cityon S.G.D Dolive & SonREAL

Friday evening and are stoppingat FOREHANDED PEOPLE
the Astor. It is their first visitto ESTATENo. you realize the com-
Florida nad Mr. Brown hopes to 1 ''

get relief from a severe case of 3 WEST PINE STREET forts of steam heat, run- .
chronic: asthma. We trust the pine -
laden breezes will bring him much Second Floor ning hot and cold water \ '. .
comfort.: individual who can make the most: c' f.01F
and telephone in your I wYca '-
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IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIEurope's .. J' .. : ,.
room. You will find all of of the unexpected opportunity not I v. .'
I : : :>I'r

j Armies these conveniences in every "lucky,"-he is "forehanded." Years ago \' ll)-.10"3- tt r.J.1'J"- ."

; room in the San Juan. 1wy.1:!' (.
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the opportunity, 'fi r o f! :
he began to anticipate ...f4"" -oi1
Add to this comfortable .' ,

recognize the convenienceof parlors, halls and receptionroom or emergency. And when the day came ;.; r.'.''''-'fH. -. l Ii;
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j.t
the -" ".{. t'" -II'
with night and day '- i
he was ready. .i; . k
t;
service, and you have all
i WRIST WATCHOfficers
the up-to-date service that
The surest way to be continually readyto
you will get in the best

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

them. We have them in Gold, '
prepare through a Savings Account.
Silver and Gold Filled---both fort i1- tit -

t- Ladies and Gentlemen. In this institution our savings are ab- ,.


(f Prices Always the Lowest When ; solutely safe, and will earn 4 per cent. -

Quality is Considered. .



((t. T. H. EVANS .: Orlan Bank & Trust t C CoMpyOrlando's



JEWELER Conservative Bank


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