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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 26, 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: VID00467
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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THE MORNING SENTINEL'






VOLUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1915. NUMBER 298.

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BERLIN PREYING SAYS ON COMMERCE CRUISER IS |CIVIC PARADE WILL HAVE V[GERMAN BRIDGESDESTROYED "PARIS FESTIVE


WITH GOOD EFFECT I MANY SURPRISESMERCHANTS BIRMINGHAM B B. B. ClUB: TO


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OFFSETS BLUECHER DISASTER AS FU1ERAL"WRITES
AND INDIVID-

Pleased Over Result UALS WILL HAVE FANCIFUL I ARRIVE IN ORLANDO FEB. 25"MOVIE"

Germans
DECORATIONS PARIS CLAIMS TO HAVE DEMOLISHED DR. GARDNER, SUR-

of North Sea
Engagement MEUSE GEON, FROM WAR ZONE

-British Fears Are Full List of Participants Up to BRIDGES TO THE SENTINEL STARS TO STAGE ONLY CLUB IN SOUTHERN

Calmed Yesterday Published in ASS'N TO TRAIN OUT-


Berlin, by wireless via Londan, Jan. the Sentinel ThisMorning BERLIN ClAIMS GREAT VICTORYSays FIRST OF FOUR LETTERS FOLLOWS SCENE TODAY SIDE HOME CITY

25.-The commander of the German

warship, the Leipzig, reports that the The monster civic parade set for Alpine Chasseurs Fightingin Surgeon Tells of American Hospital AT FAIR GROUNDS CIRCUS SPECIAL DISPATCH TO SENTINEL

German cruiser Karlsruhe, during the _
Fair week will have
i many surprisesfor SCENE WILL BE MADEIN
has sunk eleven Alsace Have Been Meet- at Neuilly-Says ParisIs
past fortnight, commercial ,
the Orlando public and the thou- Secretary Tyson, of Club Sends ,
"THE BUTTERFLY"New "
ships flying the flags of hos- ing With Fearful Sad, DepressedOld
tile belligerents. sands of visitors who will swarm to News of Club's Activities-

the city to participate in the week'sjollification. Losses City York Motion Picture Com- Will Play Many Gamesin j

The automobiles will be
Berlin Delighted fancifully decorated there will be London, Jan. 25.-The completionof The Sentinel takes pleasure in pub- pany, After Four Weeksin Orlando '
;
Berlin via Sayville, Jan. 25.Thenews
floats and special attractions; in fact the destruction to the German lishing the first of four letters from St. Augustine Nowin
.
of fight west of
a sea
land has been received HeHgo-1 with.j everything will be in the parade and bridges crossing the Meuse at St. Dr. Wilfred H. Gardner, of Bloomington OrlandoThe (By R. W. Tyson, Secretary Birmingham :

much satisfaction, despite the loss of it promises to be the best ever givenin Michael is claimed by the French, and Ill., who is in the war zone. Dr. Baseball Club)
Orlando. The merchants are keep- the inflicting of heavy losses on the Peerless Features Production 1.
the Blucher. The as- Birmingham, Ala., Jan.
newspapers Gardner is a personal friend of the 25.Spe
ing their ideas for the parade secret Alpine Chasseurs fighting in Alsace, company, of New York, with a cast ,
sume that pending British admission cial to the Sentinel.-The Birmingham
. and fea- claimed by Berlin, are the outstand- Sentinel publishers. Dr. Gardner is of twenty-five stars, arrived in Orlando i -
of the loss of an English vessel reported any many pleasing unique baseball club will do their spring 1
tures are assured. ing features of the official reports received doing surgical work in London hos- Sunday from St. Augustine to I
here that the English battle training in Orlando this year, arriv- j
The in London today from the complete a scene in a five reel play,
I following have signified their pitals. His first letter, under date
cruiser reported sunk was a consid- ing February 26th and remaining one i
western front. "The Butterfly, which will be released 1
erably larger vessel than the Blu intention of being in the parade: of December 28, is written from month. This is the first time a Southern j
Steinburg & Ohse, Orlando Coca- The French guns got the range of in thirty days through the
association ball club has trained
cher.While Cola Works the German bridge positions last Fri- Paris. World's Film Corporation. "The Butterfly" 'j
Bottling Coffee
Royal
a number of the English participants "You will doubtless be surprised to outside its respective city, and is the
day, and since then have been ham- was not complete without a
Mills Walker Bros.
are not yet known here, it' orange packers, hear of me over on the continent.The only club in its league doing so this
Mrs. mering them effectively, with the re- circus scene, consequently Orlandowas
I I Frank Soper, W. E. Long, hauling -
is assumed that the five battle cruisers {
answer is that I was invited by year.
( Mrs. sult announced today.Simultaneously selected, as the Johnny Jones
Brigham,stationery"Dann's
mentioned considerably outnumbered the ambulance from hos- The Birmingham club, under the
corps my
Show is the circus in the South-
the British troopsnow only
Transfer Line
Coppedge-Dann Co.
the Germans in tonnage and in London with principal ownership of "Rick" Wood-
pital to come over
holding the destroyed village of land that could be utilized by the
Gulf Oil Co.
Standard Oil Co.
and also that'I Pip- of PresidentR.
armament, it is believed them after wounded soldiers-an opportunity ward and the guidance
the retirement kins, merchant, J. Hirsch, merchant, Saine Georges debauched from their company. From here the companywill renowned in
of the English fleet I was glad to get. We came H. Baugh, has become
Douglas Furniture Co., Hammond & position and captured a part of the go to :Mayport, Fla., for another
made to baseball circles for the modern plant
was necessary by damage the channel in crui-
across a hospital
Bunch, Pure Food Store, Joseph H. German defensive line to the east and scene, and then to Asheville, N. C.,
their vessels. mine they have built in Birmingham and
ser preceded by two sweepers.We
Raehn, Tom Yancey, meat market, established themselves on ground of for a mountain scene. The photo''
Calais and for the new and exclusive features -
landed at
immediately many
Astor Hotel. great strategic value. play will then be completed and released -
British Fears Calmed proceeded in ambulances to the base I' they have initiated for .the
In the meanwhile FrancoBelgianforces in about thirty days/
The :Model
Grocery Ox, V. Bayla-
London, Jan. 25.-The news of the hospital along the line to make ar- pleasure and comfort of the fans.
rian merchant tailor, Routh & Cald- east of Lombaertzyde are At nine o'clock this morning, if the
first battle between dreadnoughts, The home of the Birmingham clubis
all wounded
rangements to move pos- !
I well, tinners, Orlando Steam Laun- steadily pushing the Germans back, weather is clear, a full performance
yesterday's naval engagement in the sible to London. We traveled insound the finest in minor leagues, built
dry, Orlando Sheet and Roofing Co., and with the support of the advanced of Johnny Jones shows will be given. I
North sea, has aroused much more I of the for about fifty throughout of concrete and steel. It
I Shoe Hospital, Williams & Coyler, position of the British to the southare guns There will be bareback riding, a parade I
enthusiasm among the British public miles. There were ten of us in one is the only park in the world havinga
merchant tailors, Terry Marble in a position to press forward acrobatic performances, and ev-
than either the fight off Heligoland or ambulance Sand the grounds game, i
; traveling at the rate of on every
because the of I else that circus
Works more rapidly danger erything portrays
City Drug Store, Fergus & :J
off the Falkland islands, although. the
fifty miles an hour over fields and giving music before and during
Rogers, plumbers, H. MontgomerySmith being outflanked is removed. life. The needed scene to the "Butterfly"
both these engagements perhaps j
; Mayer's Candy Kitchen, Curry Artillery duels of great violence are rough roads. At times I thought I will be staged under the direction game.
loomed larger in actual results. To I in The Birmingham club the two
would feel much safer the trenches past
of O. A. Lund of New York.
I & Smith Cigar Co., Bumby Hardware reported all along the western front ,
the English public the combat of yes- than in the ambulance. years has made a trip to Cuba after
Co., Naif Forage Co., Pierce Electric by both the German and French The company was in St. Augustinefor
terday means the triumph of their the close of each Last ,
"After a most interesting and exciting season. year
II four weeks where of
Co. Allen & staffs. a portion
Light Co., jewelers Dr. ,
long time confidence in their big previous to to Cuba and
gun and hard trip of 150 miles we going after
the and also
Estes, druggist Oscar Hand & Son, "Butterfly" was staged,
,
fleet and it calms the fear of the east reached the American hospital here the close of the Southern league sea-
i A. P. Curry, electrician, Berman & BOARD OF HEALTH MEETING "M'Liss." :Miss Barbara Tennant,
coast, of frequent repetitions of the 'Co. at Neuilly, about six miles north of leading lady, and :Mr. Howard Ester- son, the club visited Milwaukee, Wis.,
Hartiepool and Scarborough raid. Sir 'I playing the champions of the American
Paris. This
hospital built by -
was
Yowell-Duckworth Co., Gordon Har- The Board of Health held a meet- brook, leading man, are appearing in
David the admiralin
Beatty, youngest association.The .
:per, R. S. Brown, Cook Auto Co., C. ing last night at the City Hall and the French government for a college both productions. Mr. Esterbrookwas
the British has become the
navy, and finished when trip to Orlando this spring to
was just war was "
Vater, jeweler, Parlor Market Five routine business was transacted. A the star in "Officer 666.
most popular hero of the war. train is in Southern baseball
of the Board of Health declared, so it was turned over to The Orlando is invited new cir-
and Ten Cent Store, Orlando Water joint meeting public by
and Light Co., Robinson, photogra-i and the City Commissioners will be I Americans for a military hospital. It the company to witness the takingof cles and therefore is attracting more
Claim British Lost One
attention to the ball club
has been and is
representing
splendidly equipped
held in the future when discussion the pictures this morning. The
pher, Beck Lumber Co., Caruthers & ; near a -
The German offical report on Sunday's considered the best military hospitalover the "Magic City" of the South.
Gore, Branch Book Store, R. M. Carroll I of the proposed Board of process will no doubt prove interest-
admits the of the
fight sinking here. The club will not report in Orlandoin
J. B. Magruder, Sn, J. B. Ma- Health ordinance will take place. ing to many who have never had the
battle cruiser Blucher but offsets
body, but each will
"There are 300 ambulances con- a player report
I gruder, Jr., Phillips Mfg. Co., Palms opportunity to see a moving picture
this loss with the assertion
"accord-
there direct from
his base. For the
nected with this hospital. They leave
Auto Co., Orlando Grocery Co. Or- TOURIST HEADQUARTERS NEWSA staged. No admission will,be charged.
,
ing to information available, one British for the front of placing transportation,
morning, taking purpose
lando Novelty Works, Pounds & Mil every Some of the plays produced by the
battle cruiser This
was sunk. and back wounded booking and other business
ler, South Florida Foundry.J. meeting of New York people will supplies bringing company are "The Pit," "The Dollar games
tsatement has been directly denied by from the base Some make matters, Robert Tyson, of
I hospitaL :Mark," "Wildfire," "What secretary
I L. Empie, boats, McNair Lumber be held at Tourist Headquarters this Happened Ito
the British admiralty, which says the club will arrive in Orlando
about
150 mile the worst '
trips daily over !
"
I Co., W. M. Slemons, Gray Rush, Ford afternoon at 2 o'clock. Jones, "The Deep Purple, and
clearly: "No British ships have been the 12th of
I kind of roads. I not understandhow February. Manager
can
lost." cars, B. W. Kingsley, wood dealer, New Jersey people have also calleda many others. The entire company is
either machine stand Carleton Molesworth will be there
I Hannah Bros, contractors P. F. Lau- meeting for this afternoon at 2 man or can I from New York.
This engagement keeps up the rep- the strain that is put upon them. No about the 20th of February. There
bach, feed, Cain & O'Berry, Chase & o'clock at Tourist Headquarters, corner -
utation of the present war for Sun- one is allowed on the roads but ma- will be thirty ball players report for
Co. Main and East Pine streets. FORMER ORLANDO CASHIER
orange packere, Dickson-Ives,
day fighting which has been so frequent Jones chines in the military service, and HONORED duty, and it will be the endeavor of
Auto Line
State Bank, Orlando
both on land and sea that Sun- always travel at the officials of the Birmingham clubto
they top speed.
Bank and Trust Co. CAUSES SAME QUESTION"What
National
Peoples
day has now come to be a day of inreased "Paris is sad depressed old book with as big
a city. games
Thomas Cureton many
Bank L. H. Ramsdell K. has been elect-
,
,
optician S. J. makes it go" is the
vigilance rather than of ques-
re league teams to in Orlando
Every able bodied man between 18 play as
Sligh, Fred Gore John ed second assistant cashier of the
laxation. Schnarr, Field tion all people ask when they see the
and 48 is at the front. other possible.
& Co., candies, San Juan Garage, O. mysterious clock in Estes Pharmacy Every Heard National Bank of Jacksonville.Mr. .

& S. Transfer Co., T. Hand & Young window. person you meet is in mourning. Cureton was cashier of the State

PROVIDE FOR THE FAMILY i iAn Bros. SELLS ANOTHER LOT :dows Many nailed of the up stores with have the"sign their on win-the Bank of this city a few years since. WINTER VISITOR IS DEAD

door, "Gone to the War.
Carl Dann has sold to Mr. Samuel "Paris is dark at Lon- 01Daniel
C. C. GOLF TOURNAMENTSBeginning as night as AN IMPORTANT DECISIONUnited
Opportunity to Meet the Demands Brice, of Oswego county, N. Y., a don. Everything is closed at 8 p. m. McDonald, of Providence,

of Future at Big nice lot on Concord avenue. Mr. Cafes and all; no theatres open. I R. I., Died Sunday-He .

Auction Sale of Lots This Week HandicapGolf Brice will build immediately. can not realize it is the festive Parisof States Supreme Court Was Seventy Yearsof

TomorrowSome seven years ago--it is now just Invalidates
Tournament Will Be WELL WORTH READING Statutes Now i Age
about as festive as a funeral.

men think that if they keep Given at Country A letter from Washington, on page (The second letter from Dr. Gard- Operative in Many Mr. Daniel McDonald, who came to

Club 2, column 3, by"Sigma is well worth ner in tomorrow's Sentinel will tell States
the family larder filled they are do- Orlando two weeks from Provi-
your time. Read it.Carranza. of the inhuman situation in Belgium.) ago
ing all they should. They call them- Beginning this week a handicapgolf Washington, Jan. 25.,-Statutes now dence,.P.. L, died early Sunday morn-

selves good providers and believe tournament will be given at the .operative in New York, New Jersey, ing at the Church Home and Hospital

they have done their duty by their Country Club on each Friday and Decree; $7,000,000 Melon Pennsylvania and eight other states, aged 70 years. The remains !

family. But they have not-and will Saturday, under the direction of Dave providing for criminal liability for were prepared for shipment and, accompanied I
Davidson the club's Irritates Sec. BryanWashington Cut Co.
"pro, By Fidelity
not until they have provided for the provided I. discrimination against any union by his daughter, Mrs. Carl I

family's future. In order to do this :there are at least fourteen entries in I workman because he is a member of Hendrikson, were taken to his homein #

they should invest their savings in a I each tournament. The entrance feewilt Jan. .-The decree j J Newark, N. J., Jan. 25.-A seven such organization, are invalidated bya the North for interment that after- i
be 50 cents. Three
home in the best county in the state. prizes will be of Carranza in which he proposes to I million dollars melon was cut today decision of the United States supreme noon. Mr. McDonald, the proprietor :

A golden opportunity to do this will given in each tourament. The prizes abrogate all land titles granted by for the stockholders of the Fidelity court today in the case of Kop- of the hotel in Oakland, Fla., is a son :
,this week will be
be given you next Wednesday, Janu- as follows: First the municipalities since 1856 or by Trust company of this city. A bonusof page vs. Kansas in the "coercion stat- of the deceased.the .

ary 27, by attending the auction sale prize, a driver; second prize, a mid- the federal government since 1876, ten per cent. upon their yearly sal- ute" case. -_. -- -" -- -

of lots by Smith & Hayes. iron; third prize, a caddy bag. Lateron caused Secretary Bryan to send a.aries to the employes from the office The decision holds the coercion case brought against him under f

Mr. Davidson contemplates giving protest through United States Consul,boy.op was given in addition to the statute to be unconstitutional, and the Kansas statute, was charged with. ;

THE WEATHER tournaments for the ladies. Club William W. Canada at Vera Cruz. It, $7,000,000 to be distributed to stock- overturns the conviction of T. B. Kop- having presented to Hedges an agree-

members who have not yet obtained is estimated if Carranza is allowed toI t t holders. The big extra dividend is page, superintendent of the 'Frisco ment reading:

Florida: Partly cloudy Tuesday; their handicap should consult the professionaL enforce the decree that more than i:due to the sale of stock of the Prudential Lines, on charges that he dismisseda "We, the undersigned, have agreedto

colder, except in extreme north and $300,000,000 worth of property of Insurance company, which has switchman named Hedges, of Fort abide by your request, that is to

northwest portions. Wednesday fair; !' February Munsey, Century and Americans will be affected, and about been held by the Fidelity, and which Scott, Kansas, in July, 1911, because withdraw from the switchmen's union

warmer in extreme northwest por- others. World Almanac. Daily pa- $500,000,000 worth of property of was sold for the purpose of matual- the man refused to agreed to with- while in the service of the Trisco 1

tion. J i pers. Curtis & O'Neal, Orange Ave. British subjects. izing the company. draw from his union. Koppage, in company." 1.

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LETTER FROM WASHINGTON sent out. In time, those places should -

HOTELSTHE have the finest parks in the South. JONES i
[ GOfS JUST THE[
SAM[
Washington D. C., Jan. 21,1915. The secretary of the interior, in his

Editor Sentiael: address before the Home Club last

WINDERMEREChoice : Yesterday, while the finowflakel night, predicted the organization of a

:1 were whirling through the air, I huge club by 15,000 or 20,000 em-

Location All Modern Conveniences thought of Orlando, the beautiful City ployes of the various departments

Excellent Table Good Water Reasonable Rates I:yens of the and Lakes palatial, where homes the are tropical mirroredin gar- here supplies who, etc.will Such co-operate a club in would buying ben My bus line which has been serving you for fo en

On Beautiful Lake Lucerne, Orlando, Fla. crystal waters upon which the position to order produce direct months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the

swans make placid voyage, and where from the growers in Florida by the same time it always has.
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the reflections are ever and anon trainload, at wholesale rates, saving
Home Comforts Service Finest Rooms in City broken into green and golden ringletsby
money to the clerks and furnishing a TIME TABLE
the balmy breezes of everlastingMay. good market to the
Sanitary Inspection Rated 100 growers. Cooperative -
The harder the snow fell, the buying has already saved hundreds Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front of Evans, The Jeweler.
stronger grew the wish to be back by of dollars to the Home Club on

THE NEW GRANDHENRY the shores of Eola and Lucerne or by butter, eggs, and apples, and it is going WEST BOUND EAST BOUD
beloved Lake Apopka and work to
my to be one of the commercial features Read Down Read Up
BARTLETT., Prop. let the world know what it means to of the future all over the coun-

have a home in South Florida.A try. IA.l\1.IA.l\1. P. M. !A.l\1. P. l\1 P' 1\I.
hint of what it would be worthto SIGMA.

European Plan 15 West Pine St., have a permanent bureau of information Orlando 6:3010I5 3:00 I 9.30 1.3 6.00

Rooms with Bath Orlando, Fla. and exhibit of Florida pro- CIIULUOTA SUNBEAMS Ocoee 7:30' 1.15 4:00 8.3c 12.30 5.00Winter
ducts at the Capital of the Nationwas I
Garden -
1:30 S.15 12.15 4.45
4.3.
the Home
given at Club of the
Chuluota, Fla, Jan. 24.-This is Oakland 8:001--- 4:30 I 8.00 -- 4.30
of the Interior the other
TOURISTS ATTENTION! Department nice winter weather.
night when I distributed the good
The orange crop is most all moved
We Serve the Finest 3/ea/s in Orlando things sent by that Nestor of Florida

Prepared by our New York Cook boosters, Mahlon Gore, of Orlando. off.A.. A. Simmons, of Eau Gallic
The finest of grapefruit and The 1tJet
oranges spent a few days with his sister, :Mrs.
Bath Steam Heat. were displayed on a table in the din-
109 Rooms $1.00 M. E. Jacobs, last week.
ing hall which festooned with OF CLEANLINESS OF
was QUALITY
:Mr. and :Mrs. James Osteen, of

Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water long moss taken from one of the treeson Kenansville, spent Sunday with her OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE
Lake Lucerne, and the fruit
was parents, :Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Story. FRESH AND SALT MEATS
flanked with branches of
camphor,
Mr. G. M. Jacobs spent Tuesday in Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
EMPIRE HOTEL
bougaaivi'jea, fitanga and poinsettia, Orlando business.N. .
and bunches of loquat fruits, all from on Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
C. Jacobs and Matthew Best, of
54 Rooms Mr. Gore's and with tan- and .
Light Housekeeping garden, City Point, spent several days here pure.We
gerines given by Hon. James H. Sad- last week.F. invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
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ler, of Oakland, another great stand- M. Story spent several days in everything in the Meat Line.
ROSSMORE INNWindermere by of Florida's best interests. Gua-
Conway last week. His daughter,
vas, guava jelly and delicious open Miss Mollie, who has been visiing in H. UNdl.: Self & Co.
kettle from Postmaster
can syrup that vicinity for some time, returned
Perkins of Pine Castle the PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric ( guavas home with him.

lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with donated by :Mr. Sunday) were also Mrs. C. F. Raulerson, of Fort

bath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish- displayed; also, big pecans from Mr. Pierce, is visiting her mother, :Mrs.

ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. Will Tilden, of Oakland, and from the M. E. Jacobs, this week. '
great Sperry tree at Orlando. To :Mrs. W. F. Graves and children, of New Line of Popular Sheet
that these made
--- ----- say things a sensa-
:Kissimmee were called to Chuluota
: tion is putting it mildly. The guavas by the death of her little niece last Music Just ReceivedAll

THE OSCEOLASTEAM were declared by many to be better Monday.Mr. .
than strawberries and the
jelly .
and Mrs. A. J. Bailey and fam-
aroused their enthusiasm to a high the latest New York hits. Watch our
ily moved to Manatee last week.
HEAT THROUGHOUT pitch. The death angel hovered over our music counter if you wish to know, about the

Magnolia and Robinson Ave, J. \V. HURLEY, Manager The oranges deemed and other fruits, given community last :Monday morning and music that is "all the rage11 in the eastern -
best for
out as advertising claimed for its own Ethel Louise, infant cities. It is here today and gone tomorrow -
--- -------- -- made a great hit. The busi-
--- purposes daughter of Mr. and :Mrs. E. J. but tomorrow we have something still
( Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round ness manager of the club, Mr. G. K. Bridges. The litlte one was sick onlya ,
later.
;; European Plan Rooms Single and en SuiteS Weston, declared they were the best few days, but its suffering was ex-
he had tasted and the
oranges ever ,
for small. :Mon-
tremely severe one so
wife of the chief paymaster of the W. S. BRANCH,
day morning its little soul returned to
department, :Mrs. Evans, ordered some<
its Maker. It was interred Tuesday
f .. .,... of the fruit on the spot. The cam- morning in the Chuluota cemetery.Rev. The Arcade Book and Music Store

phor boughs were in great demand Wm. Stone, of Oviedo, conductedthe

( 1 tj as souvenirs, young and old clamoring funeral services, which were con-
51 for them .
quite eagerly.The cluded, by the Sunbeam Band of the
ss farmers and fruit growers of
Baptist church marching around the
the state could well afford to take :
the of the
I little grave, during singing
space in such a Florida bureau here, children's song prayer, and coveredthe
and pay for it by sending weekly; I little mound with beautiful flow-

shipments of boxes of citrus fruits ers and evergreens. The bereaved .

THE ARCADE HOTEL and other good things, thus advertis-, parents have the heartfelt sympathyof v ;
ing not only their own products, but the entire community.

J. B. MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop. the resources of the state as well. -.
Such an exhibit will bring thousands
IN PROFITS
FRENCH STATEMENT"In BUYERS TO SHARE
First Class Restaurant Livery and Autosin of people to the state, who are n'w '
FORD CARS
LOWER PRICES ON
Building in Connections kept away by the reports of land the
Belgium yesterday
enemy
frauds and especially by reading of Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
Orlando, Fla. bombarded Nieuport with a fair degree -
the convictions of rascally agents who of violence. Our infantry made 1,1915 and guarantee4 against any reduc-
- --- -- -------- sold land that under '
--- was water or tion during that time:
some slight progress to the east of .
IF YOU WANT A LUNCH otherwise worthless, and were prose- Lombaertzyde." 555.00 *
cuted by the postal authorities. Such Touring Car -
H MH HB B H M M HMHMMMMMM H
r bad advertising as this for Florida 505.00 ..
worth the money, come to Pope's Quick Lunch Counters. Our needs to be counteracted.Mr. We want to impress it upon you- Runabout "

the want ads. are the thing. F. O. B. 0rI..... AD CM tMr W lpp".
food is not cooked in front of your eyes, where you are annoyed Gore very properly says that

with the odors and heat, but in our sanitary kitchen. Try a cup "what is needed is for people to know I arlJIer we will .We Ie ..btsladaetloa tile aasla.. .fflclq
V 'seis
tile alai.u test
r'fadel7 ssd
of our Rowland Special Coffee, French Dripped. The price is that Florida is a place vhcre farm -For FineWATCH p.rth..ise_ ..d .P.nbe... .ep.rt.e.U If wo r.scb as ..ta.t .f

only 5c. a cup. We offer you the best of service. crops and live stock can be raised 2...... ean between the ..... dates..
u
with while fruit orchardsare CLOCK and reach ibis prededl. we Bret Ie PaT
good profit And .b..1d we eu f- .r .....

Pope & Co.'s Quick Lunch Counters I coming into bearing, and where JEWELRY REPAIRING the A..t borer'I.IUS. sties.. e.er7 frea retail Ut t.1 111&bs7.r sad per w'A.p p.rek.t 1. 151 s$.sew
it is and I.
pleasant profitable to live all] Font ear betwees A.pst
Church Street. Open from 5 a.m. to midnight the year." The public must also be call on C. VATER whois F.r f.rtlaer p-tic-Ur. re,irdi.E these tow prices sad pnlt-

made to know that there is plenty of sharing plan -
an expert at this trade
Florida land above high water, to be F. G. RUSH, n.

I '1IIIIItlllllllllllllll'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIII. had at a reasonable price and tha a with many years experience
Phone 226
r'cdst amount .>f cz;"i-.1 rar oe r adc
at Youngs Repair ShopOpp.
to go as far there as !">wher! AIl _

REAL ESTATE this the Florida bureau at Washington Post Office; Pine Street

can make known to hundreds of

r thousands of people annually, at a

very moderate, cost. California, more


f sell all classes and kinds of Real Estate. than ing it three successfully times as in far other away cities, is do-of IlivesiMeilt c Co.

We buy d the than East California and Florida has better fruit Th Florida a Real B Estate &

ever can boast of.
rl If you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call
The authorities of the Department of

and talk your wishes over with us. Agriculture as; ir M ire that tht avocados -

,, (alligator pears but what a Capital $50,000. Fully Paid Up.

' The manager of this firm has had years of exper- name!) and mangoes grown in South

Florida are far superior in flavor to Incorporated In Florida; Therefore. Under Slate. Control,
ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a those raised in Mexico or California,
,
/ million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last although an avocado tree belonging propositions offered by this Corporation are exclusivelylisted
to a man named Ganter, at Whittier, A
two years. Cal., is said to bring an income of with us, at the same time can also be bought throughthe

,, more than $1,000 a year, and is insured purchasers Agent, as we need not to secret our proposalsfor
We are well posted on the value of all classes and against freezing for $25,000.As office. This
anybody, the deal has to be closed at our means

kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all amount a, tax taxed payer to help to a build considerable public protection for the seller as well for the buyer. With our Bank

bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real roads in Orange county, I want to ask Guarantee furnished to the purchaser, if requested. Having con-

I why some one does not try concrete of the
fidence to all our offerings, we advance 75 per cent pur-
: road
Estate Bargains. as a building material, in view
of the immense amount of good sand chase price at six per cent. interest, even on unimproved land. We

I available, and cement to be had hold today over one million dollars of properties in city lots, city

cheaply by water freight. A concrete
and uncultivated lands. Our
and homes
: road, with a base of 14 feet wide and country orange groves

'WARING 7 inches thick and clay shoulders on books open to all investors, if such inducements will appeal to you
REAL ESTATE COMPANYR.
each side costing about $3 a runningfoot -take the trouble to climb up one flight of stairs over the Peoples
by the mile, has just been built]
National Bank and consult.
past my Maryland place. It will last ,

D. WARING, Manager for ages. Brick will wear out.I .
HENRY BENEDICT PresidentOffice
am told by the authorities of the ,
Rooms 4 and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115tf
Department of Agriculture that the

; ornamental park trees promised the over Peoples National Bank. Phone 570J.UU
i iJillllllMinillllllllllMIIIMiilBIMiiflMiUHiM' park commissions at Orlando and
Winter Garden have been ordered




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Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Potter were I AT O. W. & L. CO. I
THE FAIR THE AIR i
I
The lot advertised fc $1200, ISJN among the large party of New Yorkers -
O arriving in Orlando Wednesday F. G. Swaffield, of Columbia, S. C.,
with a reduction of &AOO, if district manager for the Pittsburg:! THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S
Everybody Is Thinking, Talkingand night over the Atlantic Coast Line.
buyer would build, w boughtby Planning-\lidwinter: They only intended to make a short Meter company, was a business caller I .
here, but in Orlando at the Orlando Water and Light companys ; TRANSFER
M ,Samuel Brictof New Fair Opens on 9th of stop everything I (
and round-about looked and offices yesterday.Get
so bright
York. We have deci*d to of- FebruaryOn cheerful yesterday, said Mr. Potter, II Dr. B. D. WIENENGA, Prop.

the that we are compelled to remain inI I the news in the Sentinel first.
fer another one. streets, in the hotel lobbies, 1
J
I in the homes, at social gatherings, at definitely. They are from Albany. Mighty convenient-Sentinel wants. Livery, Draying and HaulingWE J
the movies,
any place and every place
Corner lot, well l looted.! Side- the signs of the times portray that III 1111111111 II 11111111111111 1111111111..11111 11111' -

walks,water, lights,r1S. North- something is coming, and that "that
something" is the Subtropical Mid- OPERA HOUSE Jan. 29 GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE
east. $1000.00.0 take $600 winter Fair. Babies are being .
groomed for the Better Babies contest Matinee and
if buyer will buiJdiwithin one Night
; Johnny Jones is rigging up his AUTO, AUTO BUS AND TRUCK i
$ circus effects, his lions
year. !I,1 shaving sea TVILLIA.Jr A. BRADY Ltd., Presents .
r and slicking up the skins of his elephants -
; merchants are looking to the New York's Most Remarkable Play Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
decorations; everybody is trying to
think of an original manner to be rep. PRICES D \ d fa 4- SEAT HORSES FOR SALE -
resented in the monster civic parade;
CARL DANN exhibits are being gathered togetherin UUS ii l SALE 'Phone 257. Orlando Florida
fact, Orlando is alive; the other 50-75C.,
counties are striving to outdo Orange,
and with the fair only a few days AND = BUTT'SX1.00
REAL ESTATECOMPANY distant the pulsing heart can not be
; ; 28th
stilled. FAI*

BATTLE RAGING THREE DAYS $1.50 Paid I Ul 9a.m.By Am Leaving FloridaAnd

Amsterdam.-Between Nieuport and
Ostend a hard battle has been uninterruptedly GEORGE BROADHURSTAs j?>will Sp ectally Price my(two Properties in Winter ParkA

for three de-
raging days Played for One Year at WM. A. BRADY's
spite rains, flooded trenches and almost Play- good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800
roads. house, New York. Same cast and production. full bearing Orange, Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two
impassable blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addition
MAIL NOW
ORDERS to making a home this property will make a yearly return on
SOMETHING! Don't forget the Sentinel want ads. .MMMMMMMMMMMMMIMMMMMIIIillillllUllllllllt the investment of from 10 to 25 per cent, according to crop and
DICE!
market conditions, price $8,500.00; also
J My Residence Property in Winter Park 12-room, New Modern
: . 1111111111. II II 111111111 : dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front, 20 acres of
Two Beautiful Building 1 Lots I land highly improved, 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigated
I Just Arrived 1915 Harley-Davidson garden. Property is close in, well located, close to the new
On South Orange Avenue I Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough for
near Lake.Lucerne, splendid the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16-
500, and will give possession in 30 days.
view of the lake, only See owner only. Write or phone me for a date and I will send
2 1-2 blocks from business _:-- my car to any place in Orange County to show you these properties.

center, nice big shade trees ; -;. ARIEYDaaoson- "' ED. F. IEEZEL:
shrubbery, &c., adjourning I r i t ti
.
BOX 35, WINTER PARK, FLORIDA
lots to one ol the best res Orange County's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places.
dences in!city.-For sale by

WAITER REAL ESTATE W. ROSE I i 1110J \ I- \ :


Rooms I A 3 Watkins Block WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPER
| Phone 55 I
Ever hear this before? Let the Delicatessen Man do it.
I .. \\k II Something new 1 Something New !.
f Try it. Ask About it.
Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for I
OSTEOPATHDR.
three or more
I Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES,
JOSEPHINE HARPER POTATO SALADJ.
=
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.Office corer Orange Avenue and ON EXHIBIT
AT THE
Church Std Davis & McNeil Bldg., R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'S I

'..Phone 411<, GOOD AND BAD CIGAR STORE. Phone 26 Bakery

Read thi clasified ads. MMMMMMtiiMIM ttMMtM MMM MtMMMM MM 1.,111.11(11111111'1
i
f
HHIIIIiilliilMMMM ' '1"11111111111111111111"1"1111'1111111111111111111111111111 11111111111111111111111111111111111.Boa.rdma.n's .


QUITTING SALE" Z




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 nrices.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 SWEATERS MEN'S BELTS AND SUSPENDERS50c. WOOL BLANKETS-

kind for _____________________________40c $5.50 kind for $3.50 }
Misses Winter Coats, ______JUST HALF PRICE -------------------------- :e
Misses Winter Coats _______JUST HALF PRICE 35c. kind for _____________________________25c
25c kind for ______________________________20c COTTON BLANKETS-
___________JUST HALF PRICElIEN'S
Misses Sweaters $2.75 kind for -_________________-________$2.00
INFANTS RUBENS- $2.50 kind for _______$1.85
-------------------
\ COLLARS- Any at __________________________________20c $1.50 kind for -_________________________$1.10
ISC kind ________________________________10c $125.00 kind for ----_____________________95c
By the dozen or balance of box ______________9c LADIES HANDKERCHIEFS35c. -

kind for _____________________________25c LADIES FLANNELETTE GOWNS
LADIES LONG SILK GLOVES- 25c. kind for _____________________________20c $1.00 kind for ------------------------___80c
$1.00 for ________________________________80c 75c. kind for ----------------------_______55C
LADIES VESTS-
SILK GLOVES50c 50c. kind for _____________________________40c 60c. kind for -------------------------____45c
LADIES SHORT 50c. kind for
35c. kind for _____________________________25c ---------------------------__4Qc ,
kind for ______________________________40c 25c. kind for _____________________________20c MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, Same Reductions.MEN'S .

LADIES OR GENTLEMEN'S UMBRELLAS LADIES CORSETS ECLIPSE SHIRTS-

$3.00 kind for ___________________________$2.00 $3.00 kind for __________________________$2.00 $1.50 kind for __________________________$1.15
$2.50 kind for_-_________________________$2.00 $2.00 kind for __________________________$1.50 $1.00 kind for ____________________________80c =
____________ _____________$1.50 $1.50 kind for __________________________$1.00
$2.00 kind kind for for ____________:-_____________$1.15 $1.00 kind for ___._____-__________________80c MEN'S WORK SHIRTS50c. ;
$1.50 COAT for _____________________________ '!
$1.25 kind for __________________________$1.00 SUITS AND HATS kind 40c
$1.00 kind for ___________________________80c Many kinds of Heavy Winter Goods and Hats will MEN'S\ HEAVY UNDERWEAR50c.
-
be sold at reasonable offer will be .
any price no kind for _____________________________40c
MEN'S\ WOOL FLANNEL SHIRTS- refused. .

kind for ___________________________$1.50 FRUIT OF THE LOOM MEN'S UNION SUITS-
= $2.00
12c. kind for ___________________________09c $1.00 kind for _______75c
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BOYS BLOUSES AND SHIRTS- Special Nainsook finish, I2y2c. kind for _____09c
Hope Muslin lOc. kind for ________________08c SILK HOSE-
50c. kind for _____________________________40c Ginghams, lOc. kind for ___________________08c $1.00 kind for -----------------------------___75c50c l
35c. kind for _____________________________25c Ginghams, 12V c. kind for ________________lOc kind for -----------------------_____40c35c.
25c. kind for ------------------------____20c. Percales, l2yc. kind for _________________lOc kind for -----------;----------------25c



1 Sale begfanMonday: m< 1r? Jmzir11th- t --'? '-- -

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THE DAILY ADVICE- TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYFOR

South Florida SentinelMORNING Times are great in San Francisco Here is a Bargain and i

And they're fine in old "Spokan. SALE (REALTY-Two) nice
i
AND WEEKLYW. Rather lively too in Boston lake front lots on avenue that will Should be
M. GLENN .....................EdiUr be bricked this winter, for immediatesale. Snappedup
W. C. ESSINGTON .....BuincM Manager Where there's work for every man. Will take $500 each. Will sell '

Things are better out in Denver both, or separate. Address, Box 659. by Speculators. -
Emceed at the pcwtoffic at Orlando. Flor- _
ida. as Second Clau limit Matter. And they're good in Baltimore 1-26-3t #

Miss Chicago's got more money v
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
a D fly. I Year ........................ 15.00 Than she ever had before. I HAVE A BUYER for an orange .
Daily. I Moot ...................... 2.60 Dollars rattle in Seattle grove. If you have one for sale
Daily. a Month ...................... L25 call at Room 5, Hand building or
Daily. 1 Month ....................... -W As they did in days gone by phone No. 464. D. G. McKay.

Weekly, 1 Year ...................... $LIIO And but few men must go joblessIn l-26-3t Forty-five acres in the Lake
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN the big burg of N. Y.
ADVANCETO FOR SALE-Six cylinder Thomas Conway District where like
Things are lively 'round Atlanta
ADVERTISERS; And in Houston they're not still; touring car, in good condition; four property is selling from $100
tires
new ; an excellent motor; cost
C.P7 fr !.pUy sad all ether haad-Mt And the hum and whir of business $4,500 new; will sell cheap for cash to $125 per acre. This tractis
4 adrcrtidB* But he hande in at the haunewoffice
.( the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m.UM Echoes over Louisville. or take a good Ford touring car as surrounded by fine
J.y Wr pa" eatle.. This rate applies There are jobs in Cincinnati, part payment. Address P. O. Box young
to ekaar for evntract ad..rtI8I.: it U No. 2, Formosa Fla. l-26-6t Is heavily timberedand
UTariabU sad will to strictly adhered to. Things are bright in New Orleans; groves.

Every workingman in Fargo is very rich soil. Owneris Advance display
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued Jingles silver in his LOST-Saturday afternoon, coming
i should notify the office in writing on jeans.In
from Cherokee lake to Broadwayon a non-resident and has in-
the date of expiration otherwise it will be Toledo or Milwaukee
continued at the regular subscription rata. Lake Eola, a silver mesh chate-
until notice to atop ia received.TdephMC Everything is at its best laine Suitable reward if structed us to sell this prop-
Namh-r ...................... 24 But busy little Orlando turned purse.to 307 re-
Broadway. 1-26-lt erty at only sixty dollars per of

TUESDAY JANUARY 26, 1915. Puts it over all the rest. acre.

r o WANTED-By young Northern wo-

Slogan No. 4: "Orlando-the Cityof FOR MAYORDr. man, stenographic work. Am used -
Delight." C. W. Johnson, and Rudolph to medical work. Address S. B.
Brown Winter Park Fla., care Miss Cooper & Atha
o Grunthal, desire to become mayor of Peschmann. 1-26-lt: WASH GOODS
Just two weeks from today and the Jacksonville. Grunthal says his platform -
gates at the Subtropical MidwinterFair is: "I am for a government of !' 114 South Orange Ave. Ground Floor
FOR SALE Candy, cigar and con-
will stand ajar. the people, by the people for the fectionery store at Week's Grocery, Phone No. 311

D people, for Jacksonville-dean, prac- No. 124 West Church street. Good

"Are you going to the Gasparilla tical government, a business administration location and fine business. Inquireat i

carnival 1""Maybe. : ," and Johnson says "it is above address. 1-26-lwk VENEER CORES for Spring and Summer]

good business for Jacksonville
but before you can count on to line
me you'll have to count my money up for Dr. C. W. Johnson. It would SALE OF CLOTHINGW. $1.25

after I've spent five days at the Sub- seem that Grunthal leaves it to the
people to decide and Johnson leavesit M. Slemons offers about 100
tropical Midwinter Fair in Orlando! Per Strand Up
t o to Johnson. men's and boys' suits at half price. Every woman who enjoys seeing pretty apft
FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND
? A striking feature in the entire o I I l-23-3t
OAK WOOD things to wear who likes to know Sat
The Journal and Herald, of Braden-
i financial situation, to our mind, is the
steady although slow growth of con- tions.-Tampa town; have suspended Tribune.diplomatic rela- Mrs. Frank B. Stoneman will leaveon OrlandoWood YardB. what she SEES is NEW CORRECT!':

fidence. While the state of sentiment this morning's train for Orlando, WORTH WHILE will welcome the
This is W. ProprietorPINE WTO
annual Kingsley,
an stunt at the town
to be with her mother Mrs. H. W.
does not indicate immediate new ventures ,
STREET AND R. R.
down on the Manatee. The public that our
it does foreshadow return to Greetham who is compelled to undergo Telephone 344
generally takes but little interest in I
normal in the not distant future. an operation at the hospital in 9-30
o newspaper quarrels and such things that city.-Miami Herald. I
always work against the best inter- I ,

SERVICEThe ests of a town or city where such ... Springtime Dress and
Florida Times-Union carriedas -
editorial eruptions occur. Better to
its leading editorial Sunday "Flor- dwell together in peace and unity, for
ida Newspaper Boosters." The edito- it is pleasant and profitable, accord- Wash Goods Exhibits

rial says that the increase and improvement to the Bible-or
ing some other good !}
of Florida newspapers is book. '

one of the most reliable signs of the o now under way ;

progress and prosperity of the state. Col. George W. Goethals was pre-

It says the character of a newspaperis sented with a gold medal Saturday ORANGE GROVE Nothing that could in any way c
fixed by the community it serves. night by the Chicago Geographic Society tribute to the aid
The idea of service is the keynote of in completeness beauty
I recognition of his work on
the editorial, but to give service the Panama canal. In speaking of authoritativeness of the Pre-Opening DiJ

money is necessary,for "money makes it wouldn'tbe
presidential possibilities play has been overlooked. t
newspapers." The editorial is a good
at all distasteful to see the Colo
one. It calls attention to the unself- nel's hat in the of
ring-regardless 10 acres of unusually fine land containing about 250 ,
ish efforts of publishers to build up what political party stood sponsorfor

their newspapers; and that the prog- it. We claim that any man capa- bearing Oranges and Grapefruit trees in the best of cdndi-

ress of newspapers and communitiesare ble of building a project as immenseas
tion. Crop for several has averaged from 500
past
interdependent. The editorial the Panama canal has presidential years
says every newspaper in Florida is l
a booster; and that "all are workingfor timber in him. o to 1200 boxes of fruit. Located within three miles of FABRICSUnsurpassed --

the good of the state." After all, SIDELIGHTSBy Court House in center of surrounding improvements.Has t
c the entire thought of the editorial
in Richness
might be written in 22 words: "We ( W. S. Branch) heretofore been held at $5000.00 but I am now authorized ,

(the newspapers) will serve our city,
county, and state if you (the public) Poor Fellow! to sell the property for $3000.00. Present crop Quality or Service

will give in return a reasonable The Lakeland Telegram man is
included if property is sold before removal.
amount of support sympathy and hard to please. He raises serious objections -

mutuality. to the idea of having the De- This is the best buy I know of and advise quick Values rarely if ever equalled at the
o Land News published without any
END of the season are everywhere in
THE COMMON MAN editorials and calls down the editorof action if interested.

Miss Ida M. Tarbell a writer and the St. Petersburg Times for swiping evidence.In .

lecturer of some note, testified before the Telegram's editorials withoutdue
Silk, in Wool Silk and Wool as wellas
the federal commission on industrial credit. Does he expect newspa-
relations in New York the other day. per editors to copy after the "Bing- in Silk and Cotton Fabrics, you will

She spoke for the "common man" in ville Bugle" and write "eddytorials?" find values that cannot be surpassed.

business. In part she said: - Values that will surprise and please you
"Business is today finding out ContributeThe .
S.Y.WAYInsurance
that the common man is the great newly elected president of the with their importance.
thing in this world. To give him
Marion county board of trade believes
full justice and opportunity is Its a Display worth coming miles to see.
that the membership fee of the board
now labor.the idea The of personal many employersof equationand should be graduated because a man and Real Estate Agent COME-BE AMONG THE FIRST TO

the individual man is now worth one hundred thousand dollars PROFIT BY IT. 1
the big subject confronting em- gets more benefit from the board thana
ployers. I believe there are in
this country today more employers man worth only one thousand dol- PHONE 172
, than ever before who real- lars. We doubt if the scheme is

ize that unless the common man practicable. The only equitable planis Spring MillineryJust
is cared for. they them-
properly to have the funds used by the board
e selves can not hope to make their l
raised by taxation.: This makes
affairs properly successful. everybody -I
a few expressions of the trend of
Miss Tarbell explained the investigation contribute his just share

she has completed recently whether he is a member of the boardor the monde but there's a world of sugges-
as to scientific manage- i -I
ment. "Wherever the questionof not. tion in every trim and daintiness in every
scientific management has I It'I""i

been worked out honestly and I MIMIIIIMilllMiMMaHiaimilllMIIMttlfrllMltHIMIMllTHORNTON line.
[; definitely, it has benefited the
worker. But there has been, a
great deal of faking in this re
pard. It is because of this faking PARKOne
that labor has complained of
I scientific management which has
for its object only speeding up.
When scientific management is -
rightly in force it makes for collective -

action between capital and of the finest subdivisions in the Many : : .
a- labor. When you have this cooperation city. great
the business interests

;.. of and this so country will the will workers benefit greatly them-- improvements being made in this part of the town. Water, ; ;

: "
selves.
F What Miss Tarbell says is true. electric lights, and sidewalks. About seventy lots yet for saleat

More and more is it becoming evident

that the progress and prosperity of very reasonable prices. Some restrictions as to buildings : :

this country depends on the prosper-

ity of the common or average man. but not unreasonable.
The reason for this is that this class


ulation composes; and so large as intelligence a part of increases our pop- For prices call at 905 Central Avenue on the premises j : DICKSON IVES CO.

among the people as it does all the
ask
dealer.
time the common or average man or your ...
will increase in number. Government --'-. t

heretofore: has been too much con- '-1 .

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-Edited II IIF! Open 2 I "Get it at Allens"F
By Miss Eliza Wright p. m. and 6:30 p. m.
Office telephone No. -DAY
\179. Residence telephone No. 254 Admission 5 cents

,....
WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR interest was that in regard to the .MiHIMMIIIIIIMtlililtTODAY'S J

Jin. 26th-30th. city jail. The sanitary conditionswere PROGRAM
found to be bad, and Four Reels
very steps every afternoon and evening Today ALLIGATOR BAGS
Tuesday will be taken to urge its cleaning up. Powers. Cleo Madison in "The Sev-
Sorosis Club, reception to Mrs. ered Hand." A melodrama of intrigue
Ed- Mrs. Edna Fuller made a talk on this week I I n
gar Lewis. "Humane Education." A and adventure, in three parts. AT COST sn
Bachelor Girls Card Club; Miss committeewas "THE BABY SHOW" Don't miss this great society dramaof
Elizabeth Branham, hostess. appointed to ascertain if it could today. We have a number of these bags in all siz

Thomas Junior Brodwater Matrons ,Card Club; Mrs. be taught in the Orlando public I RoyaL "The First Masked Ball of that we will close out at cost.MANICURE. U
hostess.
schools. After Mr. Hobbs." A .
quite a busy session : laughable comedy.Mr. I
Tuesday Bridge Club; :Miss Kilmer, I
hostess. the meeting was adjourned.
Jessie L. Lasky presents
8P. M,Mikado" rehearsal, :Men- --0- and Mrs. R. A. Hawkins, of
delssohn Club, Presbyterian lecture Plan for Party Elmira, N. Y., are in Orlando to

room. Wednesday The Philathea class of the Metho- DUSTIN FARNUMin spend the winter, and are pleasantly

Twentieth Century Club; Mrs. dist church held a business meetingand located on South street. Mr. Haw- :

Bogue, hostess. social evening in the church par- that Fascinating Southern kins is very fond of fishing and is
Wednesday Card Club; Mrs. Thorn- lors on Monday night. Plans were having his usual good luck anglingfor SETS .
hostess. ,
ton .
Bridge and five o'clock tea; Mrs. C. made for a "parcel post party," to be Romance the finny tribe in nearby lakes. n ;
G. Wescott hostess. given in February. A committee of I AT COST i iV

"At home;" Mrs. Cameron Mann, the young ladies served oyster stew CAMEO KIRBYBy We want to impress it upon you- ,f
-Bishopstead. and saltines and pickles. An invita- the want ads. are the thing. Any of the sets we have will be sold at very low
hotel
New Lucerne dance.Thursday .
tion was read from the Baraca classto Booth Tarkington and Harry V figures.
I
Rosalind Club afternoon; Mrs.Hau- a Valentine party at the home of
sent, chairman. their teacher, Mrs. Edna Fuller, on Leon Wilson.A .
"Here and There Club;" Mrs. Green, February 15, in return for a party the STERLING
hostess.
LucerneTODAY
7:30 P. :M.-Epworth League.. social, Philathea class gave the young mena FRENCH IVORY n
Methodist church. few weeks ago.
8:30 P. M.-Country Club dance. --0-- SILVER PLATED
Poinsettia Club; Mrs. T. O. Brown, From PittsburgMrs. drama that ran an entire LI
hostess.
Friday T. D. Tippins, of Pittsburg, year in New York and thousands U UA..llen
3 P. M.-Equal Suffrage Leaguetea Pa., is the guest of his daughter, Mrs. I
; Mrs. Helen Wright, hostess. James Nixon Burden, at her home on I of performances throughout the
Nullos Club. Lake street. F l :
"f Saturday entire country.A & OO
Auction Bridge Club; Mrs. Lawton, --0-- .,
hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Gaskins in OrlandoMr.

-0- and :Mrs. P. H. Gaskins are visiting "THE PANTHER"A JEWELERS
In Honor Mrs.\ Lewis I
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles at
The Sorosis Club is I EVERYTHING GUARANTEED
entertainingthis their home on Lucerne Circle, en PROMPT REPAIRING
afternoon in honor of Mrs. Edgar Broncho Special Feature,
route from Cuba, where they spent Paramount Production
Lewis, who'will speak in the interestof I
their honeymoon. Mr. Gaskins is complete in two parts.
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Federated Clubs. The members of well known in the
city, being the step-
the Civic League are specially invited of Mr.
son Benj. Drew, and having

guests for the affair."Auctioneers'- --. spent much of his time here before .... .. . . .. . . . . . tt.......,
making Jacksonville his home. I.
Card Club -.0-- HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA'lOc. I 4: W. S. Coleman. W. R. Rhan. >
Mrs. Charles Campbell will enter- Here From Miami "THE AMATEUR .-

tain the "Auctioneers' Card Club this Mrs.-F. B. Stoneman and Mrs. M. ..
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Geo. G. Stovin arrived last night from DETECTIVES"A .

McCuIlough, on North Orange ave- :Miami to be the guests of Mrs. W. H. : SUN PROOF PAINT and sat-
nue. Greetham for several Thanhouser Comedy. A
days at her :
isfaction are as inseparable
--0-- as
home on North Orange avenue. Scream.
I Delightful Card Party --0- Five Parts v 20c freckles and red hair. Ask the

Mrs. Lucretia Johnson entertaineda Mrs. W. C. Green, who has been SOME SHOW Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co.,
few friends at cards yesterday afternoon visiting Mrs. T. P. Warlow at her

I at the home of her daughter, home, "Greycroft," on America street, 205 So. Orange Avenue.
I Mrs.\ Branch, Mrs.\ Sam Robinson, I returned to her home in Tampa yesterday The Centa Medio Dancing Club helda Phone 261
Mrs. Fudge, Mrs. Phillip Slemons, I afternoon. dance at the San Juan cafe last

Mrs.\ Neill, Mrs. W. P. Watson, Mrs. I -0I evening, Mr. and Mrs. Gaskins, of

Fort, Miss Alta Wright, Miss Dane, I Mrs. L. C. Massey will return Jacksonville, being the guests. SAME LITTLE PRICES

and Miss Nan Fias, of Rochester, N. Thursday evening over the Atlantic -- IMIIMMIIttllllCIIMIIMMMIillllllMlllllilllKFRANK &

1- Y., enjoying her hospitality. Mrs. Coast Line from Baltimore, where The Country Club monthly dance s
Johnson was assisted by her daughter she has been for some time. Thursday night promises to be largely -

Mrs. Deming, and Miss Branch in -. -- attended. It is for members of the i

serving a salad course. Mr. B. Drew returned yesterday afternoon Country Club and their invited guests. A. CURTIS WILLIAM. O'NEAL .
--0-- from Baltimore, where he had I

Guest of Mrs. Whitman been with Mrs. Drew, who was op- TREASURER OF ESTERBROOKPEN

Mrs. Edgar Lewis arrived over the erated on some days ago for appen- CO. IN ORLANDOMr. Established 1886
A. C. L. last evening from Eldred, dicitis. Mr. Drew reports his wife as

Fla., to be the guest of Mrs. A. B. improving, which news will be grate-
E. S. Wood, of Riverton, New
Whitman, at her home on East Cen- fully received by her many friends. Jersey, is a guest at the Oscoola fora
-.0-- CURTIS O'NEAL r\\
&
tral avenue. .
few days, while on a general tour
Mrs. L. A. Moorman
and
--0-- : Mr. and of the state. Mr. Wood is treasurerof .
Rosalind Club :Mrs. Knowles, of Maitland, were the Esterbrook Pen company, of

The hospitality committee of the among: the visitors to Orlando yes- Camden, makers of the famous Fal- INSURANCE LOANS

Rosalind Club announce cards for this terday. con pen.

Thursday afternoon at the club house, --0-

games starting promptly at three- Mrs. J. H. Wells' and daughter REAL ESTATE RENTALS
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ware, of Vine- ;
Miss Mamie of Calico Rock Ark.
,
.
thirty. land, N. J., and daughter, Minerva,
--0-- have arrived at Maitland to visit Mrs.
are in Orlando again after a short
Wells' sister, Mrs. L. A. Moorman.
A Red Cross Reception
time spent in Tampa. They are muchin
A Red Cross reception and matinee --0-- love with Orlando and believe it
musicale will be given on next Mon- Captain R. M. Clayton and daughter to be the healthiest city yet visited.
day afternoon at the home of Mr.and Mrs. M. R. :Marks, of Atlanta, are Their many friends are delighted to
FOR 5 Rooms Furnished South Main
Mrs.\ Harry L. Berman, on Gore ave- visiting their relatives-J. A. Mc- have them here again.OSTEOPATHY. RENT---Bungalo ,
nue. Plans are being arranged to Dowell and daughter :Margaretattheir Street.
make this a delightful affair for residence on upper :Main street.

friends, as well as for strangers in Captain Clayton has been chief engi-
. the city. neer of the city of Atlanta for thirty- Seven Room House, South Orlando.

t -- five years.-Palm Beach Post. 1
DR. J. C. HOWELL
Civic League MeetingThe Baptist Missionary MeetingThe Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon Two New Five Room Houses, South West Orlando.
Civic League meeting was Baptist missionary meetingwas Kirksville Graduate
called to order yesterday afternoonby held yesterday afternoon at the Consultation Free A
the H. Ed- home Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan
president, Mrs. Gaston of the president, Mrs. Topliff. HoteL

wards. Reports were made from the Good subject, a fine attendance, and a Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 -
various committees. One of especial very interesting and helpful meeting. Orlando, Fla.
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MANUFACTURE NICHOLAS &all NICHOLAS classes of hair .J-Jull1ber. Laths: and Shuilesc ..

SENTINEL goods; prices reasonable and work
first class. Call and see us at 303


[j? WANTSThe Garland SIGNED street.DRAFT YESTERDAY 1-6-lmo


W. H. Reynolds, of Orlando, J. B -.

Steinmetz, of Wekiwa Springs, and I ,.,
Morning Sentinel Want J. H. Sadler, of Oakland, S1turr"ysigned
Directory is the Greatest Want the draft for the $525,000 sale
Ad Medium in Orlando. OHLANDORoyal
of the $600,000 Orange county high- ;

Terms Cash in Advance way bond issue. The draft was placed
in the Peoples National Bank for collection .
RATES and will be
sent the
to
Hanover
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For One Day ----__________23t<<
For Three Days ____________50c National Bank, New York, for Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
For Six Days _______________75c payment. Cash from New York is .
For One Month ----________$2.50 expected by February 1.
A CORNER LOTIs
This rate applies on all ads of
25 words or less. If the ad con-
always the Buyer's choice. tains more than 25 words the rate THANKS FROM COMMITTEEThe " 'II'IIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 1111111111111111111111111"SUB.TROPICAL ;
will be one cent per word for committee in
charge of the
There are but few corners, each additional word, for each in-
sertion. Tourist Headquarters desire to ex-
'
and they are generally sold If you can't bring your ad -to press thanks to Mr. Dow of the Pea
early. the office telephone No. 24. Accounts ples Bank for several pretty settees EXPOSITION I
opened will be
by telephone
placed in the and which
room are spe-
We have
a house on a payable the following day.
cially needed on the days when thereis
good corner lot, all modern
Every Home-Every Business public speaking. -MIDWINTER
and up-to-date. Every Man has use for a Handsomely printed letter heads
Sentinel Want Ad.
have also been provided for the tour-

A NEW HOUSE ists' use. The stock was contributeduted

FOR SALE by the Arcade Book and Music jT A ThO FLA.FEB.

The price is very low for Store and the printing was done free .
this FOR SALE-Three lots overlooking of charge by J. B. Lawton.
grade of
property. Call Colonial Park; ready to build on; .
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in and let us take you out and will sacrifice at $650 cash; might 9-13 1915EDUCATIONAL
show it to give terms. If you are a speculator, ,
you today.A nice for home, this
or want a plot a

business few center.minute's walk to Box is your 73C.opportunity.city. Address 1-24-3t owner LaKe Froilt Lm


FOR SALE-Ford touring car, 1913
model, in first class order. Price
ORlANDO BUILDING & LAND CO $275. Am going North. Address For Sale Embracing-Agriculture, Horticulture, Floriculture, Domestic

Auto, care Sentinel. 1.236t.FOR Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry,

II North Orange Avenuo SALE-Two elegant two story and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports
PHONE 608 houses twins; close in; a good investment -
to live in one and rent the Four lots on PARK LAKE AreoplansLectures and Entertainments of all kinds
OPPOSITE other, or both. Address owner, R.-
SAN
JUAN HOTEL Bruce Perry, at the Water Works. and COLONIAL DRIVE EAST
FRED B. DALEC. 1-23-Gt well located for residences.

H. BRYANT FOR SALE-A trio of bronze turkeysfor Large Live Oaks, 31 bearing -For Information or premium list, address t

DAVIS A GILES CounselF. breeding. Telephone Ensign, orange trees. Garage. Low
A. PEPPERCORN. Contractor 559, ring 4. 1-22-6tc Price. Easy Terms, if de VVM. R. O'NEAL, Sec'y H. H. DICKSON, Pres. | |

FOR SALE-Country Gentleman, desired.
Golden Dent, Hickory King and
Phone 567, or apply at 108
Stovell's Evergreen Corn. Get my **t, Illlll IIIIIIIITIInilllllTTIf ITT ;" 111111111111111111..
prices. J. L. Dean, City Drug Store, Hillcrest avenue.
next to Arcade. l-20-12tc
"DIXIE LIMITED'Between i

FOR SALE:-Modern home, 7 rooms, -
hall bath, screened porch, extra Cut FlowersPotted
large closets, and trunk room; located
in first class residential district; 5

J cksonrille, Chicago and St. Louis sale minutes will from take $2,500.postoffice.Terms.For Inquire quick I I II PlantsSee .1f"Ur..un $ ftJ ,
t7.
Reestablished January 6, 1915 I of owner 312 North Main. l2012tcFOR

Northbound SALE OR RENT-With stock Our Grand DisplayCarnations
Daily Southbound and tools best farm in county; variety -
9:35 am Lv. Jacksonv'e Ar. 7:30 pm fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- ..
5:08 pm Ar. Macon Lv.11:45 am to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock
8:03 pm Ar.-Atlanta Lv. 8:35 am Bldg., Orlando. J.Van Buskirk, own- .
12:18 am Ar. Chattan'ga Lv. 4:37 am er. 1-16-tfc

4.50 9:28: am am Ar.Ar.Nashville Evansville Lv.Lv.12.10 7:30pin am \Ve will have a large KINCAID alla SNOWDEN
FOR SALE-Story & Clark upright
6:35
pm Ar. Chicago Lv.ll30am
grand piano won by Miss Myrtle shipment this week.Special :
2:59 pm Ar. St. Louis LV.2:15pmSolid Weeks in the recent contest will be .
sold for benefit of Baptist church
Train Compartment-Obsera building fund. Piano may be seen Sale Orlando's and
Largest Cheapest
tion cars, Standard Pullman cars and at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. i 1
coaches, between Jacksonville and Weeks 10 Washington street.
Chicago. Standard Pullman sleepers 1-13-tfc Jams, Jellies and Canned
Jacksonville to St. Louis.DINING ,
FURNITURE HOUSE
FOR SALE-To those only who Fruits.
"\ cash capital to invest in winter .
CARS homes; also big acreage in groves and

Atlantic trucking Orlando. lands. Address Box 1-8-lmoc 814, Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando

CoastLine
[ CARUTHERS & GORE
FOR SALE-30 acres land, 20 fenced,
Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. 10 cleared ready for setting trees; ,.
close to depot, 3 miles from Orlando.
Cheap if sold in 30 days. Lock Box New Modern C
G. KIRKLAND; D. P. A. No. 4, 131mo.F I Grocery 1
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lampa, Florida.
R" SALE-One seven passenger,
six cylinder automobile, 1 year old, Phone 200 r
first class condition. Don't answer
unless interested. Address Bargain,
.
care of SentineL 11-14-tf 6 and 8 East Pine St.



ORLANDOCO I Good Terms citrus FOR to and Suit truck SALE Purchaser land, cleared,, B Be 111 tile Ne w Year r RiHh :


,. ; in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots, on
brick road to be built this year, two .
miles from Orlando. Phone 1024 4
26 WEST PINE STREET rings,or write H. G.Jackson R. F. D.
L No. 2, Orlando, for appointment. -
PHONE 122 1-7-lmo DR. L H. RAMSDELL

__u u ___FOR _RENT__ ___u___ OPTOMETRIST Cook and Heat ;

I II (8--, -tI' U Dr. O. P. Ltb& .
Best Plumbing at Low- I
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FOR RENT-Furnished or unfurnished ORLANDO - FLORIDA
: est Prices rooms, with or without WE FIT GLASSES. GRIND LENSES :
board. Apply 705 East Central ave-
AND DO ALL KINDS OFLAKE
nue. l-23-6t ;
1- We are not in the combine. n"'nrAI.' llF.'PAIRT-r, WITH

SLAUTER'S latest inventions usedon SEVEN ROOM, new stucco cottage,
all first-class one block from Eola park; com-
r mands fine view of city. Price $5,500.H. .
C. McDaniel, phone 708. SITE
Plumbing Construction

FOR RENT-Large, attractive room.
Inquire No. 8 West Washington St.

; GORDON'S' 11-8-tfc GASA :

CARRIAGEAND FOR RENT-Small flat modern: conveniences Four miles from Orlando, one

unfurnished. Jas. A. mile from Post Office, Schools
Knox. 11- -tf
and Churches and Packing

NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, House. On good road just one ..
p BAGGAGE TRANSFER to adults only. 409 Delaney street.1025tf .
mile from Orlando Sandford



=.;t. Piano Moving L T. and HARRELL a Specialty Furniture Prop. FING'S salesman.Now is ROSES.the WANTED time W.to order H.- Brokaw.12-16-tf GRIF---- ginia Surrounded Citrus road. Pine Land Timber.with by fine water Groves Excellent protection ; Vir-- n Ioull' Surely IJ be IIaDPY y yj


% E. Church St. PHONE 487 and beautiful lake frontage
BUYERS AND SELLERS
Established 1870 I buy, sell rent and exchange real
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., Sixty Acres at
E. COCHRAN CO., Inc. over 30 years. Have handled over
I e, Yor $20,000,000. Call and see me.
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::"" .t'- _.;8C IOoL. O'rBS' f"< :The freshman'' cltls, so w"e heat," BEAUTY SPECIALIST PHONE 646 .

ORLANDO BEST TOD Wr*. Minnie Sawyer of Boston,
u to organize strictly
i"g a
piyn AUTO FOR HIRE
'Artttrr Ivry: would be pleased to do work at ;your
'
freshman orchestra-evidently the homes hotels.
face .
or Shampooing
Owing to the fact that mid-term .FIRST CLASS REP AIlUNG-
: freshmen} thinking that when the Uneeda Biscuit and scalp specialist; manicuring chiropody -
examinations come next week the junior class (which furnishes almostall Cleveland, 0., Man Says OrlandoIs hair dressing. Phone 680. BARNARD & SON
regular meeting of the Senior Classical Nourishment-fine fla Most Substantial City 10 West Concord avenue Orlando.
of the members of the present or- 1-15-12t- i 17 Hnghey Street Orlando, Fla.
club scheduled :for next Tues- vorpuritycrispnesswholesomeness. He Has Visited in
chestra) graduates there will be a 12-10-lm
day, has been postponed until the have All FloridaHon.
crying need for more musicians
Tuesday following examination week. Get the news in The Sentinel first
: resolved to prepare themselves so for S cents, in the
Meanwhile Miss Harris chairman of I H. H. Butterfield a promi-
that when their opportunity comes moistureproofpackage.GRAHAM .
the committee on books, has ordereda nent manufacturer and politician of Dr. BuckmasterOSTEOPATH
they will be ready to grasp it.
work containing the translations of Cleveland Ohio is spending a few Dr. S. S. Jones
A mysterious new club has sprungup
some of the works of Sophocles this days in the city. This is Mr. Butter-
over night among the boys of the
voluretrr her opinion being well field's first visit to Florida and as his CHIROPRACTOR II
senior class. The members refuse to
suited to the work which the club has firm have just recently begun extend- graduate Davenport College, 17 and Graduate of Kirksville
divulge the object of the organizationto
planned. By the next regular meet- ing their lines of business into Florida 18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone
inquisitive underclassmen but I I 209. Intelligent people
ing it is hoped that these books will he decided to see what the state everywhereare I S. Orane Avenue
proudly display their badge of membership beini.t'4t0red to health by chiro- 132
have arrived so that the club may looks like. He has visited eleven of practic adjustments the new scienceof
which
a card on a peanut
start its work at once. I the good cities of the state and says removing the cause of disease. Examination -
ABOVE PEOPLES BANK PHONE
,hull is fastened having inscribed under Ut 578
The freshman class held a short that he is frank to state that Orlandois ftce. 12-24-lmo I I
it this legend: "U. P. B.-Union .
business session Friday afternoon.At the most substantial looking city
No. 1." A meeting of this club was
this meeting a committee was appointed he has seen and shows fewer signs
behind closed
held Friday afternoon
to canvass the class and coIled of depression than any city he has
doors no precaution being overlookedto
contributions to pay for a visited south of the Ohio river.
secrecy. Being a member ORLANDO ROOFINGAND
gift, to be presented to the high I preserve CRACKERSA Orlando may well feel flattered at
fur-
we are forbidden to give any
school. For a number of years it ther particulars. food for every day. this verdict, and yet several hundredof

been the custom for each incoming our now good citizens located in
I Professor Simmons, principal of the Crisp, delicious and
class to buy and frame a picture rep- ,, Orlando because they saw conditionsin SHEET l AL CO.
returned from
high school has just strengthening. Fresh
resenting some object of historical or Orlando that were inviting to the 1fT
.Jacksonville where he has spent several baked and fresh delivered I
classical interest. It is not known home builder. Commercial travelers
days investigating the system of
whether the present class intends to I zo cents.SITARN5. tell us that Orlando is in better trade
Metal
instruction and courses of study given Slate Asbestos
present a picture or whether it will condition than most towns. It is fair ,
in the Duval high school of that
select some other object as its gift.It to predict that during the next two and Rubber
city. This school, under the supervision RoofingsCornices
is to be hoped that this class will : years Orlando will move forward at
of Prof. R. B. Rutherford is
establish a precedent by presenting a i a steady and safe pace.
probably the best in Florida givingan Skylights. Heating Ventilating, Metal Ceilings
copy of some famous staue, in plas- I
unusually wide range of subjectsfor

ter.The the choice of the students. Three Messrs. Allen Barker and Watkinsare
high school band which was or- [ Works: 14 E. ChurchSt.: ORLANDO
.
courses of study are given including out in various sections of five
time will
ganized some ago commence
I domestic science and commercialThe counties this week advertising the
active work immediately following ,i
Midwinter Fair.
I immediate object of Prof. Sim-
mid-term exams.
mons' investigation was to see the
"Der Deutsch Verein" of the senior
practical working of the system of instruction I FOR SALE
class met last Friday evening and
in the commercial as
course CO.We
WRIGHT SEED
spent a most delightful social time. I !I .
the Orlando school board is contemplating .
A literary program was given on this adding a similar course to the No.1. Forty acres virgin pine tim-
occasion, the number which received ber land on south side of lake front,
theg reatest applause being a "De- I curriculum of Orlando high school A delightful new bis- three-fourths mile from railroad'sta carry the Largest Stock of Seed in

scription of a German Restaurant," I next year. cuit, with a rich and tion. 1000. i 1 Orange Lounty. Agents for the Celebrated j
John T. Branham, of the junior
read by Kimble"Hughes. Followingthe I has bust of Shakespeare delicious cocoanut Ba- No. 2 Seventy-five acres on lake National Guano Fertilizers 1 1I
class presented a -
program, music and dancing, vor. Crisp and always front one-half mile from Forest City; I ,

served to while away a pleasant hour I -a plaster cast-to the high fresh. zo cents.Buy six acres bearing orange grove; good : j
after which the young, people dis school. This makes quite an additionto eight room house. $4,500; terms. :I 206 So. Orange Ave.MAGRUDER'S.

the "art treasures" of O. H. S, four miles
persed. No. 3. Twenty acres, :
and John T. deserves the thanks of from the city on lake front; twelve ,
During the past week the high I
the entire school. acres bearing orange grove; orange
school orchestra has received new crop recently sold two thousand three I J

. members-Monroe Patch and John T. hundred boxes. Three hundred boxesof I '

Branham. Stuart M. Gould, directorof Two Survivors r grapefruit now on trees. $6,500;

the orchestra is taking great interest London.-The two survivors of the terms.

. in his work and doing all in ,crew of 20 of the Wilson liner Hydro No. 4. Lot 70x190 feet, on brick

his power to further the interests of which sank off the Donegal coast street; high class neighborhood. !

the organization. He reports that I near the Giants' Causeway yesterday $1,000.No. : "Country Club Car Service"LEAVES

considerable new music is being pur- are not inclined to believe the reports 5. Thirty acres near hard sur-

chased and that a director has been that the boat was sent to the bottom bttcult baledNATIONAL by face road; one mile from railroad

engaged to insttruct the members. by a submarine. I BISCUIT budded station grove on lake; six front hundred; four boxes acres of EMPIRE AND SAWN JUAN 9 A.M. AND 2 P.M.

This orchestra is already a credit to fruit; one hundred and fifty thousandfeet
CLUB 12.30 P.M. and 5.30 P.1\1.
COUNTRY
the school and there is no doubt that Zeppelin Seen COMPANY virgin pine timber. 3000. RETURN FROM

with the improved opporunities at its Dover.-It was reported here tonight J. E. '
Altvays look for that Name CRAWFORD Service from any Hotel in the City by calling PHONE 34. 1
command it will continue to grow that a Zeppelin was seen over
Office Orland Hotel.
better. Ostend today. 1-3-lrao ROUND TRIP $1.00. FARE ONE WAY 50c.

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T 4 Water Carnival Brilliant with Fireworks. Music by Countless Bands. Street Carnival

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$$50.00 Ili GOLD AND TWA BEAUTIFUL LOTS GIVEN A\VAY\ !

I FINE MUSIC FREE BARBECUE DINNER

I This beautiful property will be sold. regardless of price. ABSOLUTE SALE.
No by-bidding. .
{I. This is a bad time to sell;but a splendid time to buy.

Free TransportationAUTOMOBILES

WILL LEAVE SAN JUAN HOTEL,PROMPTLY AT 9:30 a.m.

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Don't miss this great opportunity of buying

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Estate Dealers and PromotersHome

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Evening DressesA Evening WrapsThe !

broad range of exclu- l f
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sive ideas, the most BigStore master thoughts of I

beautiful line ever leading designers.Picturesque if

shown in the city. combina- j

We have them in all tions,Chiffon,Broad-

the latest styles; in cloth, Brocaded Vel-
I For Spring 1915. I
Pink Blue White
vet, and Charmeuse,

Nile, Maise. Madeof beautifully silk lined,

Satin Brilliant, \ some of them fur '

Chiffon and Nets, at Exhibition and Sale of New Spring Suits, Dresses trimmed, all at,........

Skirts, Waists, beautiful Silks and Cotton Dress 1
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% ment on lines of Men's Shoes we are closingout.

leathers.Men's We. have your size and styles in all


( ( : $4.50 Shoes ________________$3.48 Men's $6.00 Shoes ----------------$4.89
IwIInJ II '\ :Men's $4.00 Shoes ________________$2.98 :Men's $5.00 Shoes ---------------$3.79 ,
We heartily recommend this style to Men's $3.50 Shoes ________________$2.79
I ; i, men of fashion who desire to be dressed Ladies Shoes in New Up-to-Date Lasts, - ,
with Kidney heels all sizes and widths, at
I' I1 I in the height of fashion. Just one of our the following low prices: A

many styles. Let us show you. Cut $6.00 values at __________________$4.89
qr Prices on Suits and Overcoats. $5.00 values at __________________$3.98 .
$4.50 values at __________________$3.33
$4.00 values at __________________$3.17
$15.00 Suits and Overcoats at$10.75 $3.50 values at ____,______________$2.79 1
i r $18.00 Suits and Overcoats at12.75 $3.00 values at -_________________$2.29

I / $20.00 Suits and Overcoats at$14.75 Odd lot :Misses and Children's Shoes;
$22.50 Suits and Overcoats at$16.75 sizes Iiy2 to 6, $2.50 values at$1.98 J' .
Special care given to fitting Children'sfeet. E2RIu (p
Suits and Overcoats
$25.00 aL$18.75I
1914IMP Bring or send them to us. We are
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DEPARTMENT3rd DEP'T2nd DRESS GOODS DEP AR'T


Floor FloorA 1st Floor

Haviland China Dinner Set, daintly decorated, brilliant gathering of Charming models in New
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
$35.00 quality for____1:__________________25.98: shades; a splendid showing at _____________$25.00 Spring DressiGoods!
Haviland China Dinner Set of 100 pieces, beautifully NEW SKIRTS FOR SPRING, Circular and pleated
decorated with :Mat Gold, $85.00 set for67.60
effects, in Babardines, Chudda Cloth, Serges, (For Spring 1915)
Haviland China Dinner Set of 100 pieces, white __
and gold bands, $90.00 set for ______________$69.00 Palm Beach and Novelty effects, $6.50 to $12.50'V
Austrian China Dinner Set of 100 pieces, white ASH SKIRTS, in all the late styles and mater-' Embroidered and Tamboured Flouncings of Voile and
and gold,perfect in shape, $55.00 set for$36.50 ials, priced at _______________Unusual Low PricesA other materials.
English China Dinner set of 100 pieces, light blue,
PROFUSION OF ELEGANT WAISTS.The Princess Bordered Mulls in all the two toned combina-
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 Organdies, ,
$5.50 set for ______________________________$3.98 be delighted with the beautiful line we are showing. We ered Voiles, Egyptian Voiles, Society Crystalines Voiles Embroid-, Japanese -
have them in Organdie, Crepe, Voiles and Tub Silks, Chintz Voiles,
Crepes and dozens of other beauti-
Special Discount of 10 cent. on all China during
this Sale. per dainty and airy, and prices to suit all, $1.00 and upwards. ful sheer materials.

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INEXPENSIVE NEW SPRING MilliNERYA ROOF GARDEN( THEATRE( ( SPECIAL OFFERWe


TONIGHT
beautiful line of Street and have made arrangements with

Tailored Hats, Panamas, soft Nestor Comedy Mrs. Burnett, who has rooms in our

white hats with fancy bands, and building, to make allj] wash dresses that

the new tailored Fisk Hats. Alsoa PRUNINGTHE- [ MOYIESANDBison { are bought from us, up to February 10th,

beautiful line of Wreathes and for the exceeding low price of $5.00. To
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Animal Drama (Clifford Marie) 2 Reels .
Flowers, and priced within the those who know the value of Mrs. Bur-

reach of all. THE{ JUNGLE WILDS nett's work, this will be a great offer.




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Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wherry, Mrs.
Lula, Van Voorhis, and Mrs. Julius .

Kinder, of Scenery Hill, Pa., will enjoy -
the next two months in Orlando
with Mrs. II. B. Meyers, at 116 Jack-
son street.


Mr. Lawrence Gentile received a
message from Mrs. Gentile' who was

called to Pittsburg Wednesday last -=':-,-.;..-..... .
on account of the serious illness of r

, her sister, Miss Jennie Sparano, that
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Safe Fund for the Ezpositha: Trip she; passed away yesterday.Mr. : ,
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With "A.B.A." C.ieqi-s: you wi'l;I avo J many wfrri in and Mrs. J. D. Miller arrived I .
"travel "-\vt en >flU ) to the l.xP-
money g.
regard to your
in! Orlando yesterday from
Spring-
scion, anywhere ilss ill the Uni'edt.'....s.rrn y are ria h
or Inhrell "' field, Ohio, just to get a look at the
than crush. Thrre is tapin
safer to carry place, as Mr. Miller it,
using them-just counter-slsn: a chequ and pay your b II. expressed Your comfort and pros cri1y for
Hotels. ti:,Ut d in-' S 3..1.1 tV. b-,* 11.' >! I *.te.Aily accept "but we are very much impressedwith
these C' /.1' -i c ". fc' ; *>>1 r"J. Orlando, and as we are going
down the East Coast, will return to
".A. Orlando and spend several weeks. ll9ll5S
.B.A" HE Viequesr>

Mrs. L. W. Condery and daughters, : -
depends yourself and
t1fcn your
Misses Evelyn and Louise, of Columbus -
'xwi'.N Ga., arrived in the city yester- connections.
ny } E.q..lh.n 'r ir day, registering at the San Juan. .
They are enjoying their first visit to
+ this section of the state and express savings or checking bank account

themselves as being simply delighted in this institution is a positive step .;
with Orlando and surroundings.J. = forward. :


E. Sullivan, a well known Orlando .
citizen, was in town yesterday, i -1. Start no ''J tc
a guest at the DeSoto. Orlando is
recognized as one of the most popular -
inland tourist towns in Florida L i' ; t

and draws its full of visitors
t quota . .u.ff.. ... .. .. '-..... < ';'. -.-,'.
Its beautiful
every year. Drange
avenue, its Lake Lucerne, and other .
manifold beauties are famed far and :: t i ; }f -

The State BanK of Orlando I wide.-Tampa Tribune.Mr. . -
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and Mrs. D. F. Turner, who -
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have been spending a portion of the : : : : .
-I winter here. left yesterday afternoon =
AND PERSONAL Mr. L. M. Fuller who has been a over the Atlantic Coast Line and will D".D.; ; ; .
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I regular winter visitor to Orlando for stop en route at St. Augustine and
several years, from Rochester, N. Yn Jacksonville, reaching their home in
Mr. E. H. Rogers, of Eustis, transacted is in Pulaski, Tenn. about the first of
Winter Park, erecting '
business in Orlando yesterday. : bungalow for Mr. G. W. Ricker a pretty, on March. They report a pleasant visit (:'::: :;. _:. .;';:.:._:'- :- '.":'':'; ::::?: .::.::'::.. ::'--;:":i --. ._'.:. .;.--. .':'_' -. :- :::':.-./--'. .-::;<; ::;::::.i" '-:;:;:;:::._.'., .:-- :".+:!S:5\-: :':-:- :/ :"
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the boulevard. Mr. Fuller' was in Or- here and promise to return next sea-
Dr. Grace Gould of DeLand, was lando yesterday and said he expected son. .
in Orlando yesterday, a guest at the quite a number of people from in and
San Juan hotel. around his section of the Empire Mr. Allan A. Smith, who spends his -
State would pay this part of Floridaa winters in Orlando and his summersin
:Mrs. Frank Soper has returned visit before the winter was over. Wheeling, W. Va., returned yester-
from Atlanta and Jacksonville after day from an extended trip from the
purchasing spring millinery. I West Coast. The "doctor" went as A RELIABLE
far as Anna Maria and said that he
:Mr. Chas. Edgar is spending several -I found no place that appealed to himas
days in Tampa this week looking FOR SALE I II .
Orlando. His son, Mr. Don Smith,
after business matters.Mr. i who accompanied him, stopped over DrSatre
in Kissimmee for a day or two.
: Herbert J. Drane, of Lakeland,
was among the distinguished floridians I

visiting Orlando yesterday. I I 2300 acres of unim- Anything in the drug world delivered to

Mr. A. M. Faison, of Wilson, N. c..1 proved pine land, fine

was among the visitors to Orlando truck and fruit land, big

Juan.yesterday, registering at the San portion of it Has clay you quick without charge, day or night.

and marl sutxsoil. Situ- >
Mr. and :Mrs. C. E. Smith, of Jack
uate on County road
sonville, were among the well known
Floridians arriving in Orlando yes- within seven miles of

terday. I Orlando.

! :Mrs. C. E. :Morgan, of Chicago and $4.40 an acre will buy
Mrs. C. :M. Quimby, of New York, this tract and the propo- McElroy's PharmacyPhone
are recent arrivals at the San Juan
sition is a "cinch" as a The
for an indefinite sojourn.
t small investment. This

i :Miss Mary Smith returned Sun'"lY i I price is for quick sale.
evening from Jacksonville, where she SAN 20 35 Years Established
If want this land
t had been spending the week with her you ,
, mother and sisters. call on -
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t Messrs. A. Y. Fuller and J. O. Mfl-
t! ler, of the Palms Auto company,went --
: up to Sanford yesterday and brought I '

r cars.back several of their famous Reo S. G. Dire & SonREAL

FOREHANDED PEOPLEThe
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ESTATENo. you realize the com-
f Out of forty pianos recently examined -
i in Orlando, I found moths in 3 WEST PINE STREET forts of steam heat, .running -
all of them. Are they in yours!
Tuning $2.50. Mr. Mack, phone 218, Second Floor hot and cold water P
the Willola.' 1-26-lt I individual who can make the most 4 .
; and telephone in your
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Armiesrecognize these conveniences in every 'Iucky-he is "forehanded." Years ago .r ,! y
; room in the San Juan. s oRy .k "

to anticipate the opportunity,
he began
Add to this comfortable
the convenienceof l
parlors, halls and reception or emergency. And when the day came a'-

the room, with night and day rs
he was ready. ti _
service, and you have all ,
WRIST WATCH Y'1 4}
the up-to-date service that 6
The surest way to be continually ready ,
you will get in the best

Officers and men are wearing : hotels in the large cities. to meet the great financial opportunity is -Ot._

them. We have them in Gold, .v
to prepare through a Savings Account. -
Silver and Gold Filled---both for ... a

Ladies and Gentlemen.Prices ... In this institution your savings are absolutely 1 'i P

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

Quality is Considered. ...



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