Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00469
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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 28, 1915
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
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 )
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: VID00469
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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Must Spend Two Weeks on the AT FAIR LAST NIGHT REPORT i
Right Bank of Rhine Before I

Crossing the Frontier- Election of Officers for Next I KOLBERG SUNK IN NORTH I AT HEAD OF CONSTITUTIONALISTS


tended by Seventyfive MEXICO CITY

Berne, Switzerland, Jan. 27.-\Iili-:: PeopleAt


throughout Alsace ordering all neu- the annual meeting of the Uni- I BRITISH CLAIM SMALL GERMAN -

trals to leave Upper Alsace between PLANNING AN EXTENSIVE EXHIBIT tarian Association of Orlando held HAS FULLY JUSTIFIED ITSELF CRUISER WAS

last evening at Unity Chapel, a fund SUNK Zapatistas Take Money and
February 1 and 10 and ordering them I I
for the foundation of churchwas Plates-Troops of Armyof
a new
to spend a fortnight on the right Thriving Little City Will Do Since Its Organization It Has
started. Seventy-five members This Corroborated by German North Go to Join
bank of the Rhine before crossing the Everything to Present Brought About Stabilityin
of the association and church were Prisoners-Berlin Still
frontier. Those who refuse are liableto Villa
Featuresat the Financial .
Pleasing present at the banquet which was the Claims British Lost
a year in prison. No foreigner,
Fair feature of the meeting. Addresseswere World Heavily Mexico City, Jan. 27.-This capital
not neutral, is allowed to enter
even a ,
has been evacuated the
by convention
delivered by Dr. Frank Hood, in
Alsace at present and fresh troopsare The Apopka Board of Trade, in The hurried opening of the Federal London, Jan. 27.-A dispatch to the forces, who began their movementthis
charge of the U. S. government experiment -
continually being sent there. regular session on Monday night, Reserve banks has fully justified it- Central News Agency says it is offi- morning. Obregon at the head
station in Orlando, and Mr.
unanimously adopted a resolution to of a constitutionalists army advanc-

Kaiser Issues Two Birthday Decrees designate Friday, February 12, as Frank E. Channon, of Vineland, N. Y. self.The ,. cially announced,from Berlin that the ing from Vera Cruz is expected to en-

Berlin, Jan. 27.-Two birthday decrees -I Apopka day at the midwinter fair, The election of officers resulted as new system caused such a release German cruiser Kolberg had been ter the city at any time.

and while there will be a liberal at- of bank reserves and increase in sunk in the North sea naval battle The decision of the conventioniststo
Emperor follows P. F. Laubach
of amnesty were issued by : president;
tendance from that thriving little city confidence that New York commercialpaper Sunday. The Kolberg is a small Ger- evacuate the capital was reachedin
William today, the fifty-sixth Mrs. E. H. McNeil, vice-president;
who will attend throughout the en- in two weeks dropped from cruiser and carried a crew of a secret session that lasted

anniversary of his birth. The first tire week, Friday will be specially I C. S. Hamblin, treasurer, and T. P. above 6 per cent. to 3 1-2 and 4 per man 362 :throughout half the night.

releases the active military from the recognized by Apopka and vicinity as I Howes, secretary. The directors are I only men. I All the money in the treasury as

disciplinary punishment inflicted upon Apopka day, and the school and a Dr. J. C. Howell, T. J. Walker and I cent.The formation of the gold exchangeand German Prisoners Corroborate State- .well as the plates used in printing

them by courtmartial within a limit large percent of the entire population. C. W. Townsend.Dr. cotton funds rendered material ment I the notes of the provisional government -

of six months imprisonment; the sec- will be on hand to swell the crowd.It . Hood's address was quite', service by restoring confidence and London, Jan. 27.-Admiral Beatty'spreliminary I have been turned over to General -

ond decree annuls the prosecution of will be remembered that Apopka stabilizing value. I Otillo Montano, a Zapatista and
lengthy but decidedly scholarly. He report of the North sea
soldiers for offenses committed prior gave an exhibit last year that was Had the Federal Reserve banks the vice-president of the convention.The .
:: chose for the of his address battle, issued tonight says in additionto
unexcelled by anything the subject whole southern has *
to the receipt of their call to arms. on been in operation at the beginning of army retreated -
the loss of the Blucher two other
grounds, and from the best informa- "Character." The following is an excerpt into the hills of Morelos while .."'
instead of the
August they, clearing
German cruisers were seriously dam-
ADVANTAGE WITH GERMANS tion we can gather they are putting from his sterling address: houses and the United States treas- all the remaining troops of the army

forth an effort this year to excel ifpossible ". . Then holding all that is good, ury, would have supplied the great aged. German prisoners report that of the north have gone to join yjl1 .
that is true, that is practical, that is the German cruiser Kolberg was
the exhibit last
of the displayed
London, Jan. 27. Most activity volume of currency which was called -
in the fighting in France seems year. scientific, let us determine just whatis for sunk in the engagement. Washington, Jan. 27. Agents of

to be in the neighborhood of the cen I' Apopka is one of the most thriving our relationship to our environmentand The Reserve banks' duty is not to Berlin Claims British Loss Carranza at Washington repeat today

ter. Severe weather conditions in !little cities of Orange county and is I the problems we are meeting as await emergencies but by anticipation their statements that Obregon is
via Jan. 27.-An
Berlin Sayville
both Flanders and along the Vosges rapidly forging to the front, and no individuals and as a nation. Then do what it can to prevent them..There about to attack Mexico City. They
announcement issued
have forced a period of temporary I place in the county or state can boastof having thought ourselves out throughthis : is no reason why the Federal official was today say also that Hill's army which not

inactivity eomparatively speaking at a more healthy climate or thrifty third stage, and having developed -'' Reserve banks should not earn their which flatly contradicts the Brit- long ago was at Naco has joined Car-
ish official statement to the effect
the opposite ends of the long battle citizenship than is that which makesup our own philosophy in perfect expenses and a fair profit besides. ranza f.r this attack. The agents

line from the sea to the Lorraine the population of Apopka.Her accord with the best thought of the Impatience to show results should that no British ships were lost inSundny's also declare that Obregon and Hill
battle in the North The
times, let us take our stand strongly sea.
interests have always been and that the
frontier. not be permitted to tempt those in are to employ aeroplanes
mutual with the interests of Orlando and definitely, and with the steel tem- British statement that they were
Both the French and the Germantoday's charge of the Reserve banks to dropping of bombs on the city will
and the other sections of pered to the keen cutting edge, these precipitate forced to abandon the pursuit of the
official reports tell of heavy Orange unwise action. be a feature of the attack.A .
losses to men and ordnance inflictedon county, and we are glad to note the difficulties and problems will be easily -I I any Germans by the presence of German dispatch received today {from

their opponents.The hearty interest that her good citizensare solved. We shall then have developed -I Federal Reserve Board Proud of Its mines is also officially denied. Consul Canada at Vera Cruz stating

advantage for the day seems taking in the success of the approaching strength of character both as Work The British admiralty is directly there had been no communication be-

to rest with the Germans, their early fair. Keep an eye upon the individuals and as a nation." I I Washington, Jan. 27. In its first accused of giving out a false reportin tween Vera Cruz and Mexico City by

claims to successes in the vicinity of exhibit that comes from the high- The banquet which was a splendid'I annual report issued here today, the regard to the North Sea fight. wire since 6 p. m. Sunday. The Communication -

lands one was prepared and most graciously Federal Reserve Board takes After admitting the loss of the Blucher -
Lecreute being corroborated by to- of Apopka, raised without irri- a most probably will not be re-

night's communique from the Paris gation, and you will be surprised to served by the ladies of Unity Cir optimistic view of the Federal Reserve the German statement says that sumed for some days.

war office. see what the farmers and truck grow- cle. The committee in charge is to banks' achievements in the few one British battle cruiser and two The facts are there are thre or

ers out there are producing. be most highly congratulated for the months of their existence, and of the British destroyers were sunk. The four armies, including Obregon's

JOHN D. MAY INVESTIGATE success of the elegant dinner. position they are to hold in American statement says the sinking of the troops, approaching Mexico City
British observed from their
ships was
commercial these
THE WEATHER several sides, and wherever
AUCTION SALE OF LOTS larger ships and by a German avia-
POSTPONED In outlining the financial emer- armies advance, there has been imme-

New York, Jan. 27.John D. Rock- Florida: Local rains Thursday, UNTIL SATURDAYon gency of the country when the mem- tor who was flying over the ships at diate destruction to railroad and tele-
bers of the board took the oath of office : the time of the battle. The Germans
efeller, Jr., who concluded his testi- except fair in northwest portion. Fri- graph facilities. I
of the inclement believe other British ships were dam-
before the industrial commis- day colder and partly cloudy. account weatherthe August 10 last, the report says
mony auction sale of choice residential i the situation demonstrated to striking aged more or less.HUSBAND .
a -
sion today, held a half hour confer- APOPKA.ITES IN ORLANDO|
lots in one of the most desirable sec- degree the dependence of the
ence with "Mother Jones," the strike
tions, the Bumby place, of the city, I'American banking the
agitator, who denounced him last I.ARGESTMELONACREAGEIN system upon OF U. D. C. PRES.IS Apopka was well represented, in
was postponed from yesterday until call loan market because of the large
year. Orlando yesterday by the following
Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. t proportion of the
Tomorrow Rockefeller will meet country's bankng citizens: Messrs. T. M. Byers, D. W.
HISTORY Messrs. Smith & Hayes, the clever reserves invested in call loans
I protected -
three union leaders who managed the DEADDR. Clark and C. Herod. The former gen-
and energetic promoters of the sale, by stock exchange collaterals.
great Colorado strike against the tleman was en route to Dupont on the
had prepared a regular gala time for I The opening of the new banking
Rockefeller interests. East Coast to meet his mother and
ORANGE COUNTY IS NOW all attending. Six hundred poundsof system was hurried on account of
Rockefeller announced after the I war PARKER, FORMER PRES- escort her to that prosperous city|in
READY TO PLANT 350 choice barbecue meats had been emergencies, the states but
conference with Mother Jones that he I IDENT N. Y. COTTON West Orange, while the latter gen-
ACRES prepared along with a bountiful sup- events have since shown that the .
agreed with her on many things discussed I EXCHANGE DEAD tlemen were on business bent.
ply of good things with which to refresh opening of the institutions was wise-
and said he was going to Col-
the "inner man." ly timed to synchronize with the
orado at the arliest possible momentto Sligh, Beacham, Sphaler, and restoration JUDGE CHENEY TO ADDRESS
His Widow Is President of the
The Orlando Concert Band had been of activity in our export
investigate at first hand the evils Many Others Are Going to I TOURISTS
engaged, several valuable prizes were trade. The Federal Reserve banks United Daughters of theConfederacyBorn
which are reported to exist there.
Plant Melons and to be given away, not to mention the were unable to begin business with
Mother Jones will probably accom- I Judge Jno. M. Cheney will speakat
Cucumbers opportunity of buying excellent prop- substantially the whole of their deposits -
in 1843
pany him.Mother the Tourist Headquarters this af-
erty in prosperous Orlando. in gold and without
Jones said after the pressure ternoon at 3 o'clock. Judge Cheneyis
The largest acreage of melons in Next Saturday, January 30, the the general business or credit con-
COnfer-I I Ion
ence that she found New York, Jan. 27.-Dr. James a very pleasing speaker and w'l
the history of Orange county is now same program will be carried out and ditions.
norant of the conditions in Coloradoand I I Henry Parker, former president of have something of interest to say W>
in of planting 350 in Messrs. Smith& Hayes extend
j process ; acres a general -
that she believed he was sincere j the New York Cotton Exchange, died his audience. The general public as
| close proximity to Orlando will be invitation to attend and partakeof MEETING AT WINTER:: GARDEN
in his efforts to relieve the condtiions J> today after an illness of several I well as all tourists invited to be pres-
j planted during the next ten days. Ex- their hospitality in every line. TO BOOST FAIR I'II.... _
there. weeks, which followed an operationon ent. A
I I I tensive growers of truck are the mel- -.-- ,
his knee. He was born in John
on planters this season, and there YESTERDAY'S TRADE GOOD DE- Everything in the direction of Win-
county, North Carolina, in 1843, and
seems to be a disposition to increase SPITE RAIN ter Garden and o-wowl
Apopka points to
ORLANDO NEEDS INVESTOR suc- is survived by a widow who is presi- BELOW 0 !
I the acreage of all produce and the cessful exhibits at the midwinter fair. dent of the United Daughters of the 120

i prospective demand seems to be war- Yesterday was one of those mis- II. H. Dickson president of the fair, Confederacy.

ranted.S. erable rainy days that you read about and J. H. Reynolds in Telling
were Apopkaand
A. E. Wight, of Caribou, Me., I Indianan Receives Letter ))
J. Sligh is at present putting in and all Orlando shivered. However, Winter Garden Tuesday. They
Is in Orlando and May OWNER OF BIRMINGHAM CLUB of Havoc Weather Man i
a large acreage of melons and cucum- there was good trading for a portionof found the residents of that section en-
Invest in Realty in bers. B. Beacham is having his large the day and many people were in thusiastic over the forthcoming fair WEEKS Is Waging "BackHome"

This VicinityMr. farm at Taft planted to potatoes and evidence in the stores and on the I and they are planning for a large ex Word was received yesterday by \

cucumbers. D. B. Sphaler is now I Ii streets. The general theme of the I hibit. At Winter Garden tonight a I
Jas. L. Giles that "Rick" Woodward,
A. E. Wight, of Caribou, :Maine i| planting 15 acres of melons, and several day's conversation was: "Let 'er rain meeting is to be held to arouse inter- principal owner of the Birmingham Mr. J. H. Eller, one of the leading

is in the city stopping with friends. !i! acres of cucumbers. The farmers now but give us good, clear, bright est in the fair. business men of Noblesville, Ind.,
baseball club, left Pensacola Tuesdayin
Mr. Wight is a capitalist and owns a :: of Orange county are awake to weather for the Midwinter Fair j t who, in company with Mr. W. H.
his private yacht, and after a
beautiful winter home at Daytona, i: their interests and the spring crop of week." IF MONEY ARRIVES WORK WILL Craig, of the same city, is in Orlando li
cruise around the gulf would sail I
but has several times visited Orlando, !r all kinds of vegetables and farm BE STARTED visiting relatives and friends, received -
through the St. Johns river, expect-
and each time his confidence in the products will be unusually large. CONEY GETS CONTRACT:: FOR a letter from home yesterday, *
to reach Sanford in about two
city as an abiding institution is LAYING SIDEWALKSThe AH that is keeping the contractors ing Mr. I in which the writer informed Mr. )
weeks. From Sanford Woodwardwill
strengthened and it is his purpose to II r When E. L. King, of Daytona, ap- from rolling up their sleeves and lay come direct to Orlando and remain -I Eller that the thermometer was then

invest in Orlando realty. Wight I peared before His Honor in police City Council held a brief meet- ing brick on the county highways is here while the Birmingham club registering twenty below zero. AU *

is one of those substantial citizens I court yesterday charged with violat- ing yesterday morning and awardedthe money just money; and as soon as is in training. of which goes to prove that when the

that any community will gladly wel- ing the speed ordinance his fine of contract for the laying of side- the money arrives from the Toledo I --- -- weather in that favored section of the

come, and it is to be hoped that he $10 was remitted whe-d he said he walks for the next six months in Or- firm that bought the $525,000 issue of FebruaryIunsey, Century and universe reaches the limit, it is bound A

will eventually become a winter resi-j would not come to Orlando again if lando to H. B. Coney. Three other Orange county highway bonds work I others. World Almanac. Daily pa- to find an outlet, and the rain of the

dent of Orlando. the city would give him back his $10. bids were received. I f t will be started immediately. pers. Curtis & O'Neal, Orange Ave. I least few days bears out this. assertion.


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Pinecastle ItemsBy : . . . . .. . .III.I .I..I.I.I.II..II.II..IIIIII..

t. Seeds Seeds Seeds i
( Mrs. S. Frank Phillips) I
WINDERMERE Pine Castle, Fla., Jan. 26.-Mrs. A. Vessel Will Sail for Rotterdam :

C. Leggett of Lakeland, Messrs. Eus- Today, Despite Threats

Choice Location All Modern Conveniences tis Hawkins, of Little Rock, Ark., and Made by England to NEW STORE
Frank and Ernest Hawkins, of Like
Excellent Table Good Water Reasonable RatesOn Capture Her
Oak, arrived Friday for a visit with NEW SEEDS ,

Beautiful Lake Lucerne, Orlando, Fla. their sister, Mrs. L. L. Scott, and Galveston, Tex., Jan. 26.-At three I
their aunt, Mrs. J. G. Tyner.
o'clock his afternoon the seamship ,
Mr. P. M. Shannibarger returned Dacia left her dock at pier No. 37 and I Sweet Corn, Field Corn, Peas, Beans, Etc. We
Home Comforts Service Finest Roams: in City home after
Wednesday a stay of sev-
steamed to Bolivar Roads, where she guarantee our seeds to be fresh.
eral months with relatives
at Mansfield
Sanitary Inspection Rated 100 dropped her anchor and prepared to I
Ohio. sail when orders arrive for her de Don't be disappointed, come to us for Drugs
Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Lancaster, of I
parture. Agents and skippers of the
and Garden Seed.City
THE NEW GRANDHENRY Windermere, were here Sunday, at- Dacia would not divulge the reasons .
Methodist services
tending at Union for which the vessel must wair. The
being members of the Methodist
BARTLETT., Prop. local representative said today: "The
congregation of this place, and I C
ship will sail for Rotterdam as soon j
dined with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hoff-
as certain details, which can not be Drug
European Plan 15 West Pine St., "
ner.Mr. discussed, are arranged. The boat is I'
and Mrs. Pearl Johns, of Kis-
Rooms with Bath Orlando, Fla. likely to sail tomorrow. "
simmee, a bridal couple, are visiting I A GOOD DRUG STORE."
among relatives here.

TOURISTS ATTENTION! Oak Mr.last G. C.week Miller by the was serious called to illness Live Items From i J. Ls. IDEALIST, P1-LG.

We Serve the finest Meals in Orlando and subsequent death of his sister. III a IOC III 0 Q i I 81 h"-> II ; ; II J . 111111111111'.
WindermereWindermere I
Mr. F. W. Anderson returned Saturday -
Prepared by our New York Cook
evening from a business trip -

100 Rooms Bath, Steam Heat. $1.00 state.through the southern part of the Fla., Jan. 26.-Miss The 1iIt

Eugenia Harrison accompanied.

Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water evening Mrs. L.in L.honor Scott of entertained her visiting Friday rela- and Mrs. II. S. Lyon to Orlando Sat- OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY

urday on a shopping trip. OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE
tives.. All the of the
young people Dr. J. H. Johnson, of Toledo, Ohio,
EMPIRE HOTEL village greatly enjoyed the camp-fire president of the Windermere Improvement FRESH AND SALT 31EA1'SKept
party on Lake Conway.Rev. under the Lest sanitary conditions
is at Rossmore
54 Light Housekeeping Rooms King Jones, of Maitland, pas- Inn for a two company weeks stay. Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
tor to the Methodist of this
people and
Miss Olive Johnson entertained at pure.
place, preached at Union Chapel Sun- cards last Wednesday night. We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

ROSSMORE INNWindermere day morning, at the convict camp in lIr.1.. L. Haley, of Toledo, Ohio, everything in the Meat Line.
the afternoon and in the
again even-
is registered at Rossmore Inn for a
ing at Union Chapel. He was a guestat few weeks' stay. H.PHONE :N41. Self Ss Co.
the home of S. Frank .
This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout, having heat, electric Phillips dur- Dr. and Mrs. O. C. Standish, of

lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with ing his stay.Preaching. Wauseon, Ohio, are at Rossmore Inn NO. SO PINE STREET

Lath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish- at Union Chapel next for a month's stay.

ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. Sunday by Rev. Ingham, retired Epis- Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Lyon, of Memphis -

copal clergyman. Tenn., have arrived in Winder-
New Line of Sheet
I mere, where they will spend the bal- Popular

THE OSCEOLASTEAM Mr. and :Mrs. S. S. Griffin, of Or- Music Just Received '
: Fla., Jan. ,. Committees
Tampa lando, with a party of friends, mo-
of the Tampa board of trade and tored out to Rossmore Inn Sunday for
HEAT THROUGHOUT All the latest New York hits. Watch our
Tampa real estate board have per- dinner.
music counter if wish to know, about the
fected arrangements for holding a Mr. D. J. Buckley is here from Cal- you
Magnolia and Robinson Ave J. W. HURLEY
that is "all the in the
South Florida product exhibition, including ifornia, visiting his sister, Miss Mar- music rage11 eastern -

J agricultural, hortciultural, garet Buckley.Mr. cities. It is here today and gone tomorrow -

Lights, Baths Open the Year Round floricultural, mineral, fishery and oth- V. W. Estes, of Orlando, enter- but tomorrow we have something. still

European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite er products, on the court house square tained a party of friends at dinner at later.
during the Gasparilla carnival, the Rossmore Inn last Friday night.

i.:. ( dates of which are February 12 to 16, The dinner and dance at RossmoreInn W. S. BRANCH,

V.f..1 inclusive, and a magnificent array of last Friday night was largely at-

.. .,',. !''' products is already assured from a tended and thoroughly enjoyed.Mr. The Arcade Book and Music Store

f number of counties. Others are expected Chas. Pansing, probate judgeof -
- -
to enter during the present Montgomery county, Ohio, is visit-

f l1 month, owing to the fact that the ing his father, Wm. II. Pansing.Dr. .
il'a t 11 tt 15' ,1'S b
6 : widespread advertising campaign be- A. II. Stafford spent Saturday I
ing conducted is expected to bring an in Kissimmee. I

unprecedented number of home seek-
to South Florida while the I
ers carni- Get the news In the Sentinel first. I
val is on. .
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The cement paved portion of the '
court house square, in which a large Established 1870 I

B. MAGRUDER,Jr., Prop. fountain plays and a band stand is located R. E. COCHRAN CO., Inc. I I

will be covered for the protec- 132 Park Place, New York I BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
First Class Restaurant Livery and Autosin
tion of products, and thousands of Wholesale Dealers and Commission LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS ::1
Building in Connections varicolored electric lights will be :Merchants: in Florida Orangesand -

Orlando, Fla. strung in'the trees and around the Grapefruit Effective from August 1, 1914 to August Ii!

square for illumination. The ladiesof Represented by 1 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduction I

Tampa will be in charge of the Geo. W. Tull, Orlando, Fla. during that time:

IF YOU WANT A LUNCH decorative work, assisted by profes- Liberal advances made on con- I $555.00
Car -
mtf mmmmm mmi m mmmm i ** sional decorators, and the exhibitionwill signments.R. Touring .
rival the E. Cochran, President.T. 505.00F.
Garden of Eden in -
worth the money, come to Pope's Quick Lunch Counters. Our Runabout -
beauty. No charge will be made for L. Turney, Treasurer. eqaippecL
food is not cooked in front of your eyes, where you are anno'edwith exhibition space or for admission,and l-22-2m 0. B. OrUnd. All can f.Uy

the odors and heat, but in our sanitary kitchen. Try a cup no large exhibits are wanted. "We ,.rth r. we win be able w.btala, aDd th.tile aiai...r-lIa... ceat effideaelIn I. ..vp.rrha.iuR

of our Rowland Special Coffee, French Dripped. The price is want quality and variety in preference oar factory and .airs p"dactioa departments if w. pacla ..<.." .'
-For FineWATCH
only 5c. a cup. We offer :you the best of service. to quantity," is the request be- S09.MO cmrf between the above d.te& .. uthe
w. sues
ing made by the committees in chargeof CLOCK and And ahneld. we resell lroa this itto prod.eti.n 711 per c.r (.s .r P&TiIe $
Pope & Co.'s Quick Lunch CountersChurch the work. Individuals who wishto JEWELRY REPAIRINGcall A...buyu'_'I.UIS between.. everretail A.,... 1. IIU bayer sad wb.Autut purchaaea 1. 1515.a sew
exhibit can also have space free. Fr" ear then. I..prieN and prolt-
Street. Open from 5 a.m. to midnight for soil exhibits. The arrangementsmake on C. VATER whois For further p-rtic.Ur. rccardiDC
ihmrinc plan .ee
it possible for every county to an expert at this trade RUSH, -
have small F. G.
but varied exhibits at
.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ' 1111 little very with many years experience
cost, and the hope of Tampansis Phone 226 .
that all will take advantage of this
at Youngs Repair ShopOpp.
opportunity to advertise their resources _
REAL ESTATEWe and beauties. Post Office; Pine Street


bu) d sell all classes--and kinds of Real Estate.If Mr.N. J.and;. Elizabeth J.Mrs.B. McCoy P. F.II.Cole,Richie New, East York and Orange city Sara;, I Th FI ri a R al E 1 m & Inv tID nt t Co.

you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call Richie, Moorestown, N. J.; Richard

Leonard, Lydia W. Evans, Camden,
and talk your wishes over with us. N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. C. Miller, Fully Paid Up.
Mr. and Mrs. Edw. S. Wood, River- Capital
The manager of this firm has had years of exper-
ton, N. J.; Hazel Stevenson, Jacksonville Incorporated In Florida; Therefore] Under State Control,

ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a ; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Smed-
ley: Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Smedley,
million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last Jr., Bala, Pa.; E. T. Starr, Avondale, A1 LL propositions offered by this Corporation are exclusivelylisted

two Pa.; Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Christ; L. C. with us, at the same time can also be bought throughthe
years. Massey, Mr. and :Mrs. Richard Penn
need not to secret our proposalsfor
Pim, Geo. Abbott, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. purchasers Agent, as we
We are well posted on the value of all classes and be closed at office. This means
Wright, Miss J. Urbani, Mrs. C. Da- anybody, the deal has to

kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all vies, Orlando; Miss L. M. Gates, MissA. protection for the seller as well for the buyer. With our Bank
E. Gates, Burlington Vt.
Guarantee furnished to the purchaser, if requested. Having confidence -
bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real

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

cigar stand has been moved chase price at six per cent. interest, even on unimproved land. We

from the main lobby of the San Juan hold today over one million dollars of properties in city lots, city

hotel tp the new lounging room to the and country homes, orange groves and uncultivated lands. Our

\WARING REAL L ESTATE COMPANYR. south.smokers A in complete the world line are of being the best car- books open to all investors, if such inducements will appeal to you

ried and more are to come. -take the trouble] to climb up one flight of stairs over the Peoples

SWISS PROHIBIT EXPORTS National Bank, and consult.
D. WARING, Manager
Berne, Switzerland, via Paris ,
Jan. ...
Rooms and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 631
.-The federal council has prohibited -

'e" 11-15-tf ; the export of chocolate, vinegar, Office over Peoples National Bank. Phone 570
manufactured India rubber, and elec-
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Personal Items and a gambling cowboy of the wildest TOURISTS, NOTICE!
character, but by the grace of -
The lot advertised for $1200, From Taft Fla.By God he was converted and is now do-'I Next Sunday a party will walk to WRIGHT SEED CO.We .
with a reduction of $400.00, if ing what he can to warn the young, the old Spanish cemetery near Dren-
especially, to avoid the steps that he nen Station. A personally conducted
( C. A. Tompkins) the Largest Stock of Seed in
buyer would build, was boughtby followed. His lecture (or show, you party will leave Tourist Headquarters carry
Mr. Samuel Brice of New ( Taft, Fla., Jan. .-And still they might call it) is very interesting and Sunday at one o'clock afoot for the"Sink" Orange Lounty. Agents for the Celebrated -
We need another hotel here
I i come. clean, and deserving of patronage. and the cemetery, going east
York. We have decided to of- right away quick. The Nelso House lie is accompanied by his wife and from starting point on East Pine and National Guano Fertilizers
i I is full and runnig over ( can not say family. lie travels with wagons. Main, to West street, south to Anderson -
fer Bother one. 'as to the proprietor) and since Rev. R. J. Brewer has returned street, east to lake, south to 2O6 So. Orange Ave.
'Hyder's and Sphaler's hotels burnedwe from conference and will stay withus Palmer, thence east to sink. Every- .
,{ are short on hotels, but let them for the welcome.
Corner lot, well located. Side- as our farmer-preacher body ;
!come, they need not sleep out doors. coming year. t i lllilllillliHIHIIItMiillllllilllilllg
walks,water, lights, gas. North-j I The more the merrier. A. L. Wright, of Orlando, spent "Bought and Paid For," one of the z !
east. $1000.00. Will take $600if I' James Anderson and wife, of Mor- Sunday with his wife and relatives best stage stories that has ever been [ OPERA HOUSE Jan. 29 i ;
rison, 111., and B. F. Hendricks and sent this way, is again to be with us ,
buyer will build within one wife, of Sterling, 111., arrived Fridayfor here.Geo.. Wilcox, of Jacksonville, was a for matinee and night on Friday, January Matinee and
I an indefinite stay with us.Ir.. guest at the Nelson House over Sun- 29th, and so well has the play Night
year. Anderson is a prominent architect been received here that many will en-
I and contractor, and Mr. Hendricks day.E.. L. Heiter and Carl Morris, of joy it for the second time. George : WILLIAM A. BRADY Ltd., PresentsNew

I is an ex-county superintendent of Orlando, spent Sunday in town looking Broadhurst, the author, has a con- York's Most Remarkable Play
I schools. He owns property here and over the many beauties of this vincing way of shooting his argu- :
will probably become one of our per- vicinity with a view of making a deal. ments home a characteristic that PRICES SEAT
I manent citizens in the near future, as Some great bargains here now on the makes his writings welcome guests j: B 6 t
they are al ]lenthusiastic over the market. Come early and avoid the wherever housed. "Bought and PaidFor" |: U U J SALE
i present brilliant prospects of Taft. has all the elements of the pop- !': 50-75c.,
I We extend a hearty welcome to all of rush.Our Binghamton, N. Y., friends ular success, sentiment, drama and ,
REAL ESTATECOMPANY I that classofpeople. who came here recently are surprisedat fun, and plenty of the latter. It is :: --- AND BUTT'S
Mayor A. M. Bristol was in Orlando the quick productiveness of th> substantial in fiber, consistent in sto- !I $1.00
Thursday on business in connec- soil. They planted some lettuce oneday ry, strong in interest, fresh and natural j: a 28 tit
tion with the brick road.J. and the next day it was large no less in the drawing of its :,j P aBu f or
F. Harrington journeyed to Or- enough to eat-nice, large heads characters than in the flow of the dia- ,, $1.50 9 3. JTI.
lando Friday to meet with the supervisors This looks like a whopper, but it is a logue. It is a palay for those who ,!
of the drainage system. Mr. fact. We saw the lettuce before and are married or ever expect to be-- ': By GEORGE BROADHURST ".
I Harrington is the clerk of the board. after it was planted. which takes in a pretyt big clientele. '
Our handsome, accomplished and Chauncey Avery has purchased of A play that ran an entire season in : As Played for One Year at WM. A. BRADY's Playhouse -
accommodating assistant postmistress Mrs. Thomas her house and lot on New York, and six months in Chi- : New York. Same cast and production.
GORDON'S' CARRIAGE Miss Frances Dennis (this style Fourth street and First avenue,wherehe cago, has something to guarantee its : .M_ lIL ORDERS NOW ..
three for a quarter) was transacting will reside. entertaining qualities. .
I business in Orlando Thursday.Mr. Mrs. T. E. Kidder and son, James, II" i 111111111111 I I I I 1I111 I II I 1111111111111111111"| i>.

-AND-- -- J. M. Austin- formerly- from I of Berwynn, Ill., arrived in town Sun- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .. .- .- ,- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- ._ '. 111..
'I Texas, gave a very interesting lecture day and are the guests of Mayor and
BAGGAGETRANSfER. Saturday and Monday evenings on the Mrs. A. M. Bristol on Third street. Just Arrived 1915 Harley-Davidson
evils of strong drink, gambling, read- Mrs. Helen Dennis, Miss Frances S
LT. HARRELL, Prop. ing bad literature, etc., with stereop- Dennis, and Ralph motored to Kis- .
Piano and Furniture ticon views illustrating the lecture simmee Sunday, the guests of Mr. c-\ !'
which were very fine. Mr. Austin and Mrs. Frank Bass in their automo-
Moving a Specialty asserts that once he was a drunkard bile. r -
E. Church SI. PHONE 4871OSTEOPATH I DavtotoN !

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Office corner Orange Avenue and jii-

Phone Church 419.St., Davis & McNeil Bldg, SHEET METAL CO. :

Metal Slate Tile Tin Asbestos
Dr. S. S. Jones ,

CHIROPRACTOR and Rubber RoofingsCornices

graduate Davenport College, 17 and Sk lights. Metal
Healing Ventilating
18 Yowell-Duckworth building phone } Ceilings
209. Intelligent people everywhereare ON EXHIBIT AT THE
being restored to health chiro-
practic adjustments, the by scienceof Works: 14 E. Church St. - ORLANDO
removing the cause of disease.new Ex- I GOOD AND BAD CIGAR STORE.
amination free.
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Boeircmeiry& "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 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 gcods. .


__ $5.50 kind for __________________________
Misses Winter Coats, ______JUST HALF PRICE 50c. kind for _______________________ 40c $3.50
Misses Winter Coats _______JUST HALF PRICE 35c. kind for _____________________________23c .
Misses Sweaters -__________JUST HALF PRICE 25c kind for ______________________________20c COTTON$2.75 BLANKETS-kind for _______$2.00

MEN'S COLLARS- INFANTS RUBENS- $2.50 kind! for __________________________$1.85
Any at __________________________________20c $1.50 kind for -----------------_________$1.10
ISC kind ________________________________lOc $125.00 kind for -------------------______95c
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 -----------------------____80c
$1.00 for ______80c 75c. kind! for --------------------_________55c
LADIES VESTS- 60c. kind for _____45c
LADIES SHORT SILK GLOVES 50c. kind for ----------------------------40c ________
50c. kind for ____________________ 40c
35c kind for _____________________________25c -
50c kind for -------------------------_____40c 25c. kind for _____________________________20c MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, Same Reductions.

$3.00 kind for __________________________$2.00 $1.50 kind for
$3.00 kind for $1.15
$2.00 --------------------------
--------------------------- .50
kind for $1
$2.00 -------------------------- kind for 80c
kind for $1.00
$2.50 $.)..00 ----------------------------
$'.).00 kind for--------------------------- $1.50 kind for __________________________$1.00

$1.50: kind for ::::::::::::::::::::::::::$1.15$1.50.$1.00 kind for ____________________________80c MEN'S WORK SHIRTS-
$1.25 kind for __$1.00 COAT SUITS AND HATS- 50c. kind for _____________________________40cMEN'S
$1.00 kind for _____80c Many kinds of Heavy Winter Goods and Hats willbe HEAVY UNDERWEAR
sold at any price, no reasonable offer will be 50c. kind for ------_______________________40c

$2.00 kind for __________________________ $1.50 FRUIT OF THE LOOM MEN'S UNION SUITS-
12V&C kind for ___________________________09c $1.00 kind for _____75c
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BOYS BLOUSES AND SHIRTS- Special Nainsook finish, 12V&C. kind for _____09c
Hope Muslin, lOc. kind for ________________08c SILK HOSE-
50c. kind for _____ 08c $1.00 kind for _____75c50c.
40c --------
------------------------ Ginghams, lOc. kind for ------------- ------
35c. kind for ------------------------_____25c Ginghams, 12/c. kind for-:::::::::::::::::lOc kind for ------------------------_____40c
25c. kind for __ : __________lOc 35c. kind for ____25c
-------------------------- 20c. Percales, 12V 'C kind for _______-_ -------------------------

Sale began Monday morning, January 11th at 7 o'clockAnd

will continue as long as there is an)thing felt.tT.

F. : 0 a1 r ci :in. r 7trJ.JL7% WJ "\ 1O6 ORLANDO Orange av

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( W. S. Branch) ON FEBRUARY 26 Here is a Bargain and1Should
South Florida SentinelMORNING
AND WEEKLYW. Senator Martine says intoxicating Captain E. C. Moore is in of be Snappedup
M. CI.ENN .....................Editor receipt
W. C. ESSINGTON ... .BuunrM Manager liquor was intended for humans. Pos- a letter from Adjutant General J. C.

Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Florida sibly so, but if there is anything else R. Foster, N. G. F., informing him by Speculators. I
that the annual
inspection of Com-
u Second Class Mail Matter. that will so quickly make a human
pany C, Second Infantry, known as llhANNOUNCEMENT I Ir

Daily. 1 Year SUBSCRIPTION.............RATES........... $5.00 being inhuman we have never heard the Orlando Rifles, will be inspected II I
Daily. 6 Months ...................... 2.64 of it.
Friday, February 26.
Daily. 3 Month ...................... 1.25 Captain La- I
Daily. 1 Month ....................... 6(1 - Vargne L. Gregg, U. S. A., accompa-

Weekly. 1 Year ...................... 11.00 Work It Out nies Gen. Foster on his annual tour Forty-five acres in the Lake
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN Here is another war anagram that of inspection of the Florida National I Conway District where like
ADVANCETO some one has worked out: Guard.
ADVERTISERS: JapAnese Following the inspection the com- property is selling from

Copy for display and all other hand-oet BeLgians pany will hold its semi-annual mus- to $125 per acre This tract I
advertising must be Sandra in at the businessoffice
.f the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. ter. Dates of inspection in other is surrounded by fine young
the day before publication. This rate appliesto Servians South Florida towns are:
change for contract advertising: it i. Is
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. FrEnch Key West, Company I, Second In- groves. heavily timbered

Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued Russians fantry, February 17. and is very rich soil. Owneris atl
should notify the office in writing on -()-
St. Petersburg
Company G Second
non-resident and has instructed
will be
the date of expiration otherwise it About a -
continued at the regular subscription rates Candidacy Infantry February 19.
until notice to stop is received. Notwithstanding the us to sell this
Telephone Numb r ...................... 24TirURSDAY scare heads Tampa, Company II, Second Infantry I prop- .
lines in the daily papers, many of February 22. erty at only sixty dollars per
JANUARY 28, 191:;. them never having been in accord Wauchula, Regimental and Battal-

with the present administration, we ion field officers, chaplain and Com- I aere.I .

Slogan No. 6: "Orlando-the Pro- fail to see anything in the words of pany F, Second Infantry, February

gressive!" President Wilson's Indianapolis speech 24. I .

o indicating that he intends to be a Brooksvlle, Company B, Second In- Cooper Atha I

The Sally League season opens candidate for a second term. That fantry February 25.
April 12th. there will be a very strong influence Ocala, Company A, Second Infan-j! 114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor I

o brought to bear to induce him to run try, March 1.Gainesville. Phone No. 311

Don't let your pretensions take a again, goes without saying. That Headquarters Companyand i

fall out of your intentions. thousands of people of all political Supply Company, Second Infan- J

o beliefs "love him for the enemies he try, March 3.
It's up to the Orlando love sick has made" is a common truth. That I VENEER CORES

youth to take his from a spoon. four years is too short a term for any WALTER W.
f o really able statesman to work $1.25
You never know how good your original administrative policy, is eas-

neighbors are until you get sick. ily proven. That Mr. Wilson may For the second time within a few Per Strand Up i i'I' L

o change his mind and publicly uttered AND
i weeks Walter W. Rose, one of Or- 'I' FIRE-PLACE
The man who makes light of other policy and again be a candidate, is lando's hustling and alert real estate I OAK WOOD _
people's troubles, usually swears at of course possible. But that he has I !
has sold
men a ten acre grove east Orlando Wood Yard
his own. already intimated this is largely the ,{ of Orlando. The recent deal was
o imagination of those who fear he will' I B. W. Kingsley, Proprietor
made Mr.
i to Mr.
Ludwig of
Up to Sunday's North sea battle again allow his name to be used. I I New York. It is stated that the PINE STREET AND R. R. FOR MEN ONLY
Germany has lost 43 ships and Great -oSays I Telephone I
immediately improve the 9-30
[ Britain 28.Germany. Elbertus i
I property with a new residence.
t o Even Elbert Hubbard wishes to do ,

F has a gun that will shoot something religious in these times of}\14 ..

; twenty-eight miles. That's twenty- war and danger and he cries out in I j

f eight miles too far. fear, "0, come let us war-ship."
t 0 ,
- : .
It would seem that everybody in

I Florida' has an eye for congress, and COMMISSIONER JOHNSON MOST

t the election two years distant. DISGUSTED MAN IN .

i o ORLANDOWith An Exposition of Spring

The ascent of the adder of fame A

may be difficult, but we never notice the continual rains of the last Woolens representing fashions

\0- the splinters until we begin to slide month there have been many peeved Lake Eola and Eola ParkThe 1'

down again. Orlando men, but of all these Com- very latest styles and colorings,
o missioner S. A. Johnson was struck

George Adef wintering at Belleair,, j
the worst. Paving which should have .
will be held at our store January
wishes to see all the wonderful sight been finished is many days behind.

in Florida-so, of course, he called on West Central avenue will not be
28th, 29th and 30th.
Powell.-Tampa Tribune. opened now until next week, and
o maybe not then. time is now ripe for an investment in this par-

According to Billy Sunday that ominous -

place through which the Rive NOTICEAll ticular section of the city. Property well bought will be The Exclusive character of .
Styx flows is located in exactly every

city and town in the United States. Rebekahs are requested to at- absolutely certain of producing a profit. I have two or the cloth creations and fashion

o tend the meeting at 7:30 p. m., Thurs- I I
The people of Florida are not responsible -
day, January 28. Initiation and refreshments three offerings which I can recommend as sure MONEY- models makes this season's most
for the moisture which per- All visiting Rebekahs
meates this section-so what's the
of are cordially invited. By order of MAKERS.Call I notable Tailoring Opening, and
use worrying about something
N. G., Mrs. S. M. BellersGRIFFING'S
which can not be helped. I
o and let me show them to you. your presence is cordially and I
'. If the people of Florida can't get I

together on Jacksonville as a suitable urgently requested.
more profitable crop can be
place for a state fair, why not locateit
raised than large paper shell pecans.
at Orlando or Gainesville? A state .'
Grafted trees bear W. H
fair is the thing, and by all
Brokaw, salesman. Office, 116 South ;
means let's get at it.-Arcadia News.
Orange. Phone 267. 1-28-12tc

The Metropolis paragrapher o who is S. Y. WAY i
Mr. Baltimore, are the Exhibitors,
urging the planting of more hens Joseph Lindsay, of Jackson- !
should read this item: ville, Illinois, has arrived in Orlandoon

"The winterin a visit to his brother Mr. S. D. and their representative will beat
unusually severe Insurance and Real Estate
Connecticut with frequent pen Lindsay, the well known contractorand
ods when the mercury was far builder. Mr. Lindsay is one of I your service .to show you
below zero gave the contesting the largest and most successful farmers ,
hens a serious setback in their PHONE 172
winter production. Many excel- in the "Sucker" State. through their line and to take
lent records were made, but the
aggregate of eggs laid was con- Mr. M. B. Ives returned last night ,
siderably less than otherwise your measure expertly.
would have been the case. The from a stock purchasing expeditionfor

(, average production for the 820 the Dickson-Ives company, having
hens (10"hens to the pen) was visited New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore -J
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eggs. and other large cities select- J !
ing the latest creations in ladies' and I t tI I
The Arcadia News asks: "Wonde I
gentlemen's wear. I -i A visit incurs no obligation to
if the Orlando Sentinel would be in

favor of a division of the state if the

state capital were to be placed at yilllllllllilMIMMMMMiMil .1111111111111111111111111111111111111.+ buy. ;


Answer: As Orlando is extendingits
building operations in the direc-

tion of Sanford so rapidly it will not

be many years until a step will take

one from Orlando to Sanford. In -

that case Sanford will be more or
less in the position of the cat that One of the finest subdivisions in the city. Many great

didn't know whether he wanted an-

other rat to eat or not. Consequentlythe improvements being made in this part of the town. Water,

state house would be located in

Orlando and the 15 minute electric electric lights, and sidewalks. About seventy lots yet for saleat

railway trolley system would bringall

the Sanford people to the governor's very reasonable prices. Some restrictions as to buildingsbut
green carpet in a jiffy.

o not unreasonable.For

what Former Roosevelt President would Taft say, is a "bully"having prices call at 905 Central Avenue on the premisesor DICKSON YES CO.

time going over the country and lec-

turing on legal and constitutional ask your dealer.TAYLOR.

questions as applied to modern issues.

As a professor of Yale he is doing

much good in this line, as he is a DEPARTMENT STORE.

safe and high authority on such questions tit ..

Mr. Taft admits that he is a ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
"has been" in politics and seems to I & THORNTON I
The Store of true service, of never-failing cour-
enjoy his new work better than the
tesy, of fair dealing, of trust-worthy mer-
work of being president. As much
chandise, at right prices
be said of the
can not "Terrible Ted-
dy," who seems to be miserable unlesshe I Proprietors

is "starting something" to attract l: I

I attention. 11 "11I.N U "'I.IY - - . 111.11 I.JJ; I 'I" m ft-.o.__

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ODrlattfta nrtrty WANTED-Middle aped lady wants
nursing, or caring for an invalid. "Get it at Aliens"ALLIGATOR
207, care Sentinel. 1-28-lt
-Edited By Miss Eliza Wright I
Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 2$4 TODAY DANCERossmoreInn
Friday night. $1.50 the cou-
ple' ; dancing only, 50 cents the couple.
WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR Marrs, Maitland, Mrs. Algernon Ha- 1-28-2t

.L-- den, Mr. W. R. O'Neal, Judge T. P.
1 tf Jan. 28th-30th. Warlow, Orlando, Mrs. C. H. Morse, FOR RENT. Nice, clean, furnished BAGS
rooms; till conveniences; large verandas -
Thursday Mrs. Geo. D. Dyer, Mrs. W. F. Black-
: shady grounds; rates moderate -
Rosalind Club afternoon; Mrs.Hau- man, Mr. W. C. Temple, Winter Park, for season; close in. 205 Magnolia I AT COST n
sent, chairman. Mrs. I. Vanderpool Mrs. L. P. Bron- avenue. l-28-6t
hostess."Here and There Club;" Mrs. Green, I son, Miss Ottylia Kokoszynska, Mrs.E. every afternoon and evening We have a number oi these bags in all sizes

7:30 P. M.-Epworth League social, I M. Massey, Maitland, Mr. Geo. N. I FOR SALE-Orange grove; has been V that we will close out at cost. U UMANICURE
:Methodist church. Chamberlain, Daytona, Mrs. E. E. this week set out a year; select budded trees,
8:30 P. M.-Country Club dance. orange and grapefruit; there are
Coulson, Bradentown, Mrs. Marian
Friday 111-2 acres in the grove; located on
3 P. M--Equal Suffrage Leaguetea McAdow, Punta Gorda, Mrs. Kirk "THE BABY SHOW" Lake Jem Mary, between Lake Conway -
: Mrs. Helen Wright, hostess. Munroe, Cocoanut Grove, Mr. Henry and Lake Jennie Jewel, 3-4 of a
Nullos Club.Bridgeluncheon. mile from Pine Castle road, soon to
Nehrling, Gotha, Mrs. Katherine Tip- I
; Miss Elizabeth be bricked; new up to date seven room :
Porter, hostess. petts, St. Petersburg, and Dr. H. R. house; good large barn and other

Poinsettia Club; Mrs. T. O. Brown, I Mills, Tampa. buildings. This proposition is for SETS
hostess. - quick sale on easy terms. Inquire of i
J. B. Magruder, Jr., office in Arcade I
Bridge; Mrs. Wm. Edgar Fisher, Mrs. Wescott Delightfully EntertainsIn ;
honoree; Mrs. S. II. Alleman, hostess. "THE PRISON STAIN" or see the owner, G.1.. Bissell at n AT COST
Saturday one of the most pleasing and se- grove. 1-28-lmo"

Auction Bridge Club; Mrs. Lawton, lect social events of the winter season
Any of the sets we have will be sold at
hostess. Mrs. C. G. Wescott Don't very
yesterday forget the Sentinel want ads.
A Kalem Special Feature complete -
-- figures.
noon most charmingly entertained to I

Twentieth Century Club a bridge party followed by a five I in two parts.

The Tweniteth Century Club was o'clock tea at her perfectly appointed STERLING .
delightfully' entertained yesterday af- home on Lake Lucerne.

ternoon by Mrs. A. R. Bogue. The One hundred guests were present, LucerneTODAY n FRENCH IVORY n

third act from Richard Third was there being twelve tables of bridge.

read and current events were dis All of the tables were attractively SILVER PLATED

cussed. The program was very en- the
grouped on spacious porch. U
tertaining -instructive.. Elegant Following the bridge party about

refreshments were served. fifty of the elder women who did not 6'S JCH A MESS"A

--0-- play bridge were received at a delightful ,
Other Society Notes i Fl
tea. .A..llen Oo.
Miss Prudence Malone, of St. Louis,I Pink, green and white predominated Lubin Comedy. "IN TUNE"An : ,

arrived yesterday to be the house in the color scheme, this pleasing
guest of Miss Augusta Wright, on A
combination being carried out in the American Special Feature
Lake Cherokee, for several weeks. ,
refreshments and the
throughout en-
tire house, which was beautifully and parts.
The Sorosis Club entertained the artistically decorated. Carnations,

members of the Civic League Tues- and sweet used .
roses peas were pro- :orM sw
day. The guest of honor was Mrs. in the decorations. The a :
fusely punchbowl
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Edgar Lewis, of Eldred, president of was trimmed in grapes and HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA" ___
the Florida Federation of Women's
roses. "THE HOUSE BREAKERS"A ..- -. . . . . . .1.111.11111111..1.111..1..11.....
Clubs. Yesterday Mrs. Lewis was The fortunate winners of the prizes,

the guest of Mrs. Charles H. Morseat which were very choice and hand- W. S. Coleman. W. R. Rhan.

a luncheon which Mrs. Morse gave some, were Mrs. F. D. Carr, Mrs. Komic Komedy.

to the newly organized Woman's Club Green, Mrs. W. C. Essington, Mrs.

of Winter Park. From Winter Park Harriet Miller, and Mrs. S. A. John-
Mrs. Lewis will go to Sanford to ad-I 5 cents 10 cents SUN PROOF PAINT and satisfaction

dress the Woman's Club of that city, son.Mrs.. George Newell poured the cof- are as inseparable as
and from there to Palatka and De- fee and was assisted in serving by "THE CHOICE"A
Land. While in Orlando Mrs. Lewis freckles and red hair. Ask the
Miss Margaret Hart, Miss Mollie
was the guest of Mrs. A. B. Whit- Ray, Miss May Kilmer, and Mrs. Vitagraph Drama. Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co.,

man. Charles O. McLaughlin, of Sanford.A MASTER'S SALE
205 So. Orange Avenue.
-- most delicious course luncheonwas

The Equal Suffrage League has served, Mr.. C. H. Hoeffler being closure Under and and eaie by virtue rendered of by a decree the Honorable of fore- Phone 261

postponed indefinitely the photo play' the caterer. James W. Perkins Judge of the Seventh 5A I
"Your Girl and Mine," which was to Judicial CIrcUIt of the State of Florida sitting SAME LITTLE PRICES
--0-- In chancery for Orange county in a certain -
have been held at the Grand theatre cause pending in said Court wherein
The regular monthly dance of the W. J. Conoley and M. O. Overstreet
3. are
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Country Club will be held tonight and and Ath Mouzakiotis and Lese-
-- marhas L. Caftanzoglu are defendants,
promises to be largely attended by the
The Tuesday Bridge Club was en- undersigned as Special Master in Chancery, I-
the club members and their invited will Bell to the highest and best bidder for
tertained Tuesday by Miss Kilmer, cash in front of the Court House door in
the out of town guests being Miss guests. Orlando Florida during the legal hours of
.- sale on Monday March 1, 1915 the mort FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
White, of New York, and Mrs. J. gaged property referred to in said decree
Reed Pearson, of Knoxville, Tenn.0 Mrs. James Charlton, who has been to-wit:
The half of
visiting her brother, Mr. J. T. Thorn- west northeast quarter and
- south half of section twenty-seven Z7)). Established 1886
The Bachelor Girls were enter- ton, on Jackson street, has returnedto northwest quarter of southwest quarter of
section twenty-eight (28)), northeast quarterof
her home in Pittsburg, Pa.
tained Tuesday by Miss Elizabeth northeast quarter west half of northeast
Branham, the out of the city guests --0-- quarter and northwest" quarter of southeast
quarter of section thirty-three (33). northwest
being Miss Nevah Blye, of DeLand, Mrs. J. C. Thornton was hostess for quarter of section thirty-four (3..., all in CURTIS & O'NEAL
and Miss Georgia Hume, of Nash- the Wednesday Card Club. The club township twenty-two (22) south range thirty ,
(30) east.
ville. members present were: Mrs. O. S. Also west half of northeast quarter, and

--0-- Robinson, Mrs. E. F. Sperry, Mrs. J. northwest quarter of northwest quarter of,
section three (3)), township twenty-three (23
The Cathedral Needlework Guild Ferris, Mrs. Schnarr, Mrs W. E. south range thirty (30) east. All lying and INSURANCE LOANS

was organized Tuesday at the Chap- Hudson, Mrs. Walter Wescott, Mrs.S. being Florida.in the Terms County cash.of Purchaser Orange and to State pay for of .

ter House. Mrs. Wm. Buxton Chit II. Alleman, Miss Mattie McKee, titles.
was elected directress, and Miss Elea- and Mrs. E. J. Temple. Mrs. W. E. FRANK A. SMITH REAL ESTATE RENTALS
Special Master in Chancery-
nor Van Duzor, secretary and treas- Smith, sister of Mrs. Thornton, sub- Massey & Warlow Sols for Complts.
urer. stituted for Mrs. McLean, and Miss

--0-- Rita Lawton for her mother. Other .

Mrs. S. E. Ives, Sr., Mrs. E. T. guests were Mrs. Ceeks" Mrs. Geo. L. FOR SALE-Five room bungalow, A

Jackson, Mrs. J. B. Magruder, Sr.,and Shinn, Mrs. H. E. Myers, and Mrs.S. with bath, front porch and and fruit sleeping,bearing r
porch pretty
Miss Douglass were the hostesses B. Chalfant, the latter making hte trees.; Address M. E. H., Sentinel FOR RENT...Bungalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main
Tuesday at the Presbyterian "sit high score fer the afternoon. Miss office. 12861COSTEOPATHY .

around," held in the church parlors.0 Alma DeLrney and Miss :Mayme - Street.

-- Thornton served oyster patties, chicktn -

Audubon Society to MeetA salad, olives and pickles, salted
Seven Room House South Orlando.
meeting of the executive boardof almonds, orange sherbet, cake and ,

coffee orange and grapefruit straws,
the Florida Audubon Society will DR. J. C. HOWELL

be held in the office of the president and fruit punch during the game. Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon Two New Five Room Houses, South West Orlando.

Dr. W. F. Blackman, Winter Park, Kirksville Graduate

Wednesday, February 3rd, and many FOR SALE-At half price, Philo Consultation Free
items of interest bird incubator, 50 egg size; Philo brooder. Office Cheney Block, Opp. San Juan
concerning conservation -
3 sizes. Both in A-l condition.T. HoteL -
will be discussed. The B. Phillips, 405 East Pine street. Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 .

board is composed of Mrs. Kinksmill 1-28-31 Orlando, Fla. II II . . . . . . It t 1111 II 1111111111111 11111111111 II 11I11111 .

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MOTOR CAR /:7' I- '

Not merely few refinements, but the highest form of re- The TIRE THAT MILEAGE STANDS FOR

| finement at every point even to minor details. Full Floating The Red SUPERIOR Tube without a

J Rear Axle; Timken Bearings; Electric Lights and Starter; ,_: Costs No More

Absolutely Any Size.
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Speedometer driven from Transmission

| Price $860.00 fob Orlando.PHILLIPS.

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FOR ange EXCHANGE-Three grove for an automobile acre or or-a -.JUll1ber. La"tl1. uici Sl1.ingles

SENTINEL Ford. C. G. Harris, 2225 BoulevardSt.
., Jacksonville. l-24-3t

ti '/ WANTSThe to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
i Ii 10-25-tf

t buy, sell rent, and exchange real
i Morning Sentinel Want estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla.,
r Directory is the Greatest Want over 30 years. Have handled over ORLANDO:
Ad Medium in Orlando.
$20,000,000. Call and see me. 1
10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. ,
Terms Cash in Advance.

FOR CORNS, bunions ingrowingnails
RATES see the chiropodist for men
For One Day ______________23c and women. L. J. :Mustard, over Mc- Cement Plaster and Perfection
Royal Agatite Lime
For Three Days ____________50c<< Elroy's drug store, 117 Orange ave- ,
For Six Days _______________75c<< nue. Pedicure and manicure.
For One Month ____________$2. 0 1-16-lmc : .
A CORNER LOTIs This rate applies on all ads of

25 words or less. If the ad con- Now is the time to order GRIF- ,. .
tains than 25 words the rate HllilliillillllllliMtlMIIIIIMillllilllHHMIIIIIIIIlii
the choice. more FING'S ROSES. W. II. Brokaw.
always Buyer's will be one cent per word for salesman. 12-16-tf : ,
There are but few corners, each additional word, for each in- Fair i
sertion.If Sub-TropicallVIid.Winter |
and they are generally sold you can't bring your ad to NICHOLAS & NICHOLAS :
the office telephone No. 24. Ac- MANUFACTURE all classes of hair
early.We counts opened by telephone will be goods; pricfcs reasonable and work :
first class. Call and see us at 303
have house payable the following day.
a on a '
Garland street. 1-6-lmo. :
: -.LsI.G
good corner lot, all modern Every Home-Every Business- .
and up-to-date. Every Man has use' for a BEAUTY SPECIALISTMrs.
Sentinel Want Ad. Minnie Sawyer, of Boston, :
would be pleased to do work at your PESo 9-13 1915 ,
A NEW\ HOUSE homes or hotels. Shampooing, face :
FOIl SALE and scalp specialist; manicuring, chiropody :)
hair dressing. Phone 680. :
The price is very low for 10 West Concord avenue Orlando. .
FOR SALE-A good piano, in first 1-15-12t. ,
this grade of property. Call class condition. Can be seen at the
in and let take out and Orland hotel. Will make price $100if
us you sold at once. Address Mrs. Topliif, Get the news in The Sentinel firstLake : Embracing-Agriculture, Horticulture, Floriculture, Domestic

show it to you today.A Model Cafe. 1-27-3tc -- .. Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry,

few minute's walk to FOR SALE-Five room cottage, all and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports

business center. furnished modern, 307 conveniences Broadway,avenue.completely Apply Frml1 Lm : AreoplansLectures and Entertainments of all kinds '

to Mrs. McDade, 312 roadway
ORLANDO BUILDINGS LAND CO avenue. 1-27-lmo A notable feature of the Sub-Tropical Mid-Winter Fair will be an 'exhi-

FOR SALE (REALTY-Two nice bition of Angus, Short Horn and Herford bulls by Messrs Cobb & Denny.
lake front lots on avenue that will
I II! North Orange Avenue be bricked this winter for immediatesale. For Sale : of York, Ala., with Graded Cows and Calves. These animals are warrantedfree

PHONE 608 Will take $500 each. Will sell of ticks and immune to cattle lever. The bulls will be offered for sale and

both l-26-3t or separate. Address, Box 659. cattle owners who wish to improve their herds will have an opportunity cf get-
: ting some fine stock. .
FRED B. DALEC. I FOR SALE-Sip cylinder Thomas Four lots on PARK LAKE

H. BRYANT touring car, in good condition; four and COLONIAL DRIVE EAST, : .
new tires; an excellent motor; cost
DAYIS A GILES. Counsel $4,500 new; will sell cheap for cash, well located for residences. -For information or premium list, address

F. A. PEPPERCORN. Contractor or take a good Ford touring car as Large Live Oaks, 31 bearing :
part payment. Address P. O. Box orange trees. Garage. Low : \VM. R. O'NEAL, See'y H. H. DICKSON, Pres.
No. 2, Formosa, Fla. l-26-6t
Price. Terms if de-
Easy lltlllllllllllllll'. .
FOR SALE-Candy, cigar and con- desired.
fectionery store, at Week's Grocery, Phone =
567, or apply at 108
"DIXIE LUTED"Between No. 124 West Church street. Good
location and fine business. Inquireat avenue. 4 I
above address. 126lwk'FOR

SALE-Ford touring car, 1913
model, in first class order. Price Cut Flowers / wflrtJKINCAID
J cksonrille, Chicago and St. Louis $275. Am going North. Address 8iyeureii
Auto, care SentineL l-23-6t
Reestablished January 6, 1915
Potted PlantsSee
FOR SALE-Two elegant two story
Northbound Daily Southbound houses twins; close in; a good investment -
9:35 am Lv. Jacksonv'e Ar. 7:30 pm to live in one and rent the
5:08 pm Ar. Macon Lv.11:45 am other, or both. Address owner, R. Our Grand DisplayCarnations
8:03 pm Ar. Atlanta Lv. 8:35 am Bruce Perry, at the Water Works.
12:18 am Ar. Chattan'ga Lv. 4:37 am l-23-6t EMIl SNOWDEN]
4.50 am Ar. Nashville Lv.12.10 am
9:28 am Ar. Evansville Lv. 7:30pn, FOR SALE-A trio of bronze turkeysfor .
6:35 pm Ar. Chicago Lv.11:30 am breeding. Telephone Ensign,
259pmAr. St. Louis Lv.2:15 pm 559, ring 4. l-22-6tc We will have a large

Solid Train Compartment-Observa FOR SALE-Country Gentleman shipment this week.Special Orlando's Largest and Cheapest

tion cars, Standard Pullman cars and Golden Dent, Hickory King and
coaches, between Jacksonville Stovell's Evergreen Corn. Get my
Chicago. Standard Pullman sleepers and prices. J. L. Dean, City Drug Store, SaleJams
Jacksonville to St. Louis.DINING next to Arcade. 1-20-12tc FURNITURE HOUSECor.

FOR SALE-Modern home, 7 rooms, Jellies and Canned
CARS hall, bath, screened porch, extra Fruits.
large closets, and trunk room; locatedin Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
first class residential district; 5 .
Atlantic Coast Line minutes from postoffice. For quick
sale will take $2,500. Terms. Inquireof
owner, 312 North Main. l-20-12tc
Standard Railroad of the SouthJ.

G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., and tools best farm in county; variety -
fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up-
Tampa, Florida. to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock New Modern G ;

er.Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk 1-16-tfc, own- Grocery y

FOR SALE FOR SALE-Story & Clark upright Phone 200
grand piano won by Miss Myrtle

No.1. Forty-acres virgin pine tim- Weeks sold for in benefit the recent of Baptist contest will church be 6 and 8 East Pine St. B tile N w Year Rihl

ber land, on south side of lake front, building fund. Piano may be seen Begin[ [
three-fourths mile from railroad sta- at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E.
tion. $1,000.No. Weeks, 10 Washington street.
2 Seventy-five acres, on lake --
front one-half mile from Forest City; FOR SALE-To those only who have e
six acres bearing orange grove; good cash capital to invest in winter '
eight room house. $4,500; terms. homes; also big acreage in groves and ;
trucking lands. Address Box 814 Cook and Heat
No. 3. Twenty acres, four miles Orlando. 1-8-lmoc
from the city, on lake front; twelve DR. L H. RAMSDEU

acres bearing orange grove; orange FOR SALE-30 acres land. 20 fenced, OPTOMETRIST
crop recently sold two thousand three
hundred boxes. Three hundred boxesof 10 cleared ready for setting trees; Successor Lliiu
close ( Iw Dr. O. I- ,
to depot, 3 miles from Orlando.
grapefruit now on trees. .
terms. $6,500; Cheap if sold in 30 days. Lock Box ORLANDO. FLORIDA WITH

No. 4. Lot 70x190 feet, on brick AND DO ALL KINDS OF
street; high class neighborhood. FOR SALE-One seven passenger.
$1,000.No. six cylinder automobile' 1 year old
first class condition. Don't answer
6. Thirty acres near hard sur- unless interested. Address Bargain.
face road; one mile from railroad care of SentineL 11-14-tf You Noticed
station on lake front; four acres
budded grove; six hundred boxes of FOR SALE
What is GASTh
fruit; one hundred and fifty thousand HappeningEast
feet virgin pine timber. $3,000.
Terms to Suit Purchaser
J. E. CRAWFORD, Good citrus and truck land, cleared, of Orlando
in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots, on
Office, Orland Hotel. brick road to be built this year two
1-3-lno* miles from Orlando. Phone 1024 4 Directly Out
rings, or write H. G.Jackson R. F. D.
No. 2, Orlando for appointment.

Dr. BuckmasterOSTEOPATH l-7-lmo FOR RENT Central Avenue? n Y '11ORLANDO Snrely be Happy J :

FOR RENT-Furnished or unfur- We offer for sale Seminole
nished rooms, with or without
Park Lots, located just at the
Graduate of board. Apply 705 East Central ave-
nue. l-23-6t City limits, on easy terms.
JJ2 S. Oranc Avenue FOR RENT-Large, attractive room.
Inquire No. 8 West Washington St.
11-8-tfc Also 2V miles from the City
limits near Lake Underhill, 5

FOR RENT-Small flat, modEm: con- acre tracts. Standing round & LIGHT CO.
veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A. timber, good soil, surrounded by WATER !
PHONE 616 Knox. 11- -tf
groves, and on easy terms.
I HAVE A BUYER for an orangedrove.
call at Room 5, Hand building, or

17 Haghey Street Orlando, Fla. l-26-3t ,
Mighty convenient-Sentinel wants. W-tkln Block PHONE 504 .

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Evening: Dresses
Evening: Wraps

A broad of exclusive


ideas, the most Store. The master thoughts of' I

shown beautiful in line the ever city. BIg .- __: ; ;;; :! leading designers.Picturesque combina-. I

We have them in all tionsChiffonBroadthe -

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

Nile, Maise. Made beautifully silk lined,

of Satin Brilliant, some of them cur;

Chiffon and Nets, atPrice Exhibition and Sale of New Spring Suits, Dress- trimmed, all at,........

1. es, Skirts, Waists, beautiful Silksand Cotton Dress 1-

-i Fabrics in all the new weaves, styles and colorings. / Pricet

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r Department I I t o Special offerings from the Shoe Department
L7::: on lines of Men's Shoes we are closing
:r out. We have your size and styles in all
A 1 leathers.Men's .

$4.50 Shoes ________________$3.48 enn's' $6.00 Shoes ----------------$459
1 Men's $4.00 Shoes ________________$2.98 $5.00 Shoes ---------------$3.79 .'
Men's $3.50 Shoes ________________$2.79
We heartily recommend this style to
'i Ladies Shoes in New Up-to-Date Lasts, "'--?
men of fashion who desire to be dressed
I with Kidney heels all sizes and widths, at i
////ffl// / in the height of fashion. Just one of our the following low prices: -

/ many styles. Let us show you. Cut $6.00 values at __________________$-1.89 -4
Prices on Suits and Overcoats. $5.00 values at __________________$3.98
$4.50 values at --------__________$3.33 ; f
$4.00 values at __________________$3.17
/ $15.00 Suits and Overcoats at$10.75 $3.50 values at ----------________$2.79"
.$18.00 Suits and Overcoats at$12.75 $3.00 values at __________________$2.29 ,
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$20.00 Suits and Overcoats at$14.75 Odd lot Misses and Children's Shoes; '
N., $22.50 Suits and Overcoats at$16.75 sizes 111/2 to 6, $2.50 values at$1.98 .. '
Special care given to fitting Children's ., '' Rtcc tp I
$25.00 Suits and Overcoats at18.75 I ITPMOUS6OPKUPPEVMEIMER
COPYRIGHT 1914 feet. Bring or send them to us. We are
Feet Fitters.


Floor 2nd Floor 1st Floor

Haviland China Dinner Set, daintly decorated, A 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 forHaviland ______________---------:-$25.98 shades; a splendid showing at _____________$25.00 Spring Dress Goods!
China Dinner Set of 100 ple..ces. beautifully Circular
decorated with Mat Gold, $85.00 set for$67.60 effects, in Babardines, Chudda Cloth, Serges, (F or Spring 1915) Of
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 .
Austrian China Dinner Set of 100 pieces white WASH SKIRTS, in all the late styles and materEmbroidered and Tamboured Flouncings of Voile and
and gold, perfect in shape, $55.00 set for$36.50 ials, priced at _______________Unusual Low Prices other materials. J
English China Dinner set ,
white and gold, and piecesgoldlight$29.00blueset A PROFUSION OF ELEGANT WAISTS.Princess Bordered Mulls in all the two toned combinations. j 9
for ____________________________________$21.50. The thousands of women who look to us for information i;3
ChinaDinner Set of 65 white and what's and fashionable in Waists will
pieces gold regarding new Pekin Silk -
$5.50 set for ______________________________$3.98 be delighted b.with the beautiful line we are showing. We Voiles Stripes, Egyptian, Silk Organdies Voiles,,Society Crystalines Voiles, Embroidered Japanese -- !
have them in Organdie, Crepe, Voiles and Tub Silks,
Special Discount of 10 per cent. on all China during Chintz Voiles, Crepes and dozens of other beauti- a
this Sale. dainty and airy, and prices to suit all, $1.00 and upwards. ful sheer materials.




A beautiful line of Street and We have made arrangements with

Tailored Hats, Panamas, soft Imp Comedy Drama '-"'Mrs. Burnett, who has rooms in our

white hats with fancy bands, and Winning the Prize.Joker building, to make all wash dresses that

the new tailored Fisk Hats. Also Comedy are bought from us, up to February 10th, <

a beautiful line of Wreathes and A Mixed Up Honeymoon. for the exceeding low price of $5.00. To i

Flowers, and priced within the Eclair Drama those who know the value of Mrs. Bur-

reach of all. . . . . The Hermits Secret. nett's work, this will be a great offer.YoweflcDuCIwQrt11 J

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Mr. F. T. Graham the clever trav- ,J.,
eling representative 1 of the Tampa iv
Morning Tribune, spent yesterday in v
Orlando looking after the interests of
one of the best papers published in

the Mr.South.C. H. Griffith the popular rep- liE

resentative of the Mergenthaler Lino- ,
type company, with headquarters in I IYour
New Orleans, spent yesterday in Or-
lando interviewing the printing fra-

Safe Funds for the Exposition Trip ternity.Mr. .

and Mrs. T. J. Rouse arrived in
wi'l! d worries in
With "A.B.A. Cneques, you avo many
Orlando yesterday afternoon from .
the Exposition '
regard to your "travel money"-when you co t.)
or anywhere else i.a the Um ed Sutts T'. "y arc much Niagara Falls, and expect to spend r /0 ..: :
safer to carry than ca>h. There is no "red tape" in the winter in Orange county divid- -
using them-just counter-sign a cheque and pay jour bill. ing their time between this city, Winter comfort and prosperity for .
Hotels, t:<-k,.t c ffi.. a a.,1.I tSb ..rt n--cha.' s yr.Jj. ;! accept Park and Maitland. .
\ these c' : i $'f' .
r Among the popular transportationmen ll5'
.. AmericanA \
.B. t ChequesV visiting Orlando yesterday were
n Willis Calloway, of the Louisville &
Nashville and Geo. M. Holden of the ..
, Alabama, Birmingham & Atlantic depends upon yourself and your

railroad.Mr. connections.A .

and Mrs. David Clarke of Be-
vier, Mich., were among the passen- savings or checking bank accountin .
L gers arriving on the 'Atlantic Coast this institution is a positive step
Line yesterday afternoon. They re- i forward.
port the weather in the North as be- . ..
ing raw, and that it was raining from
Atlanta, Ga., to Orlando. They will :: Start novLl :
remain here until March and then .

make a general tour of South Florida. ;. .' ..' ,
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t. ,
Messrs. W. H. Craig and J. II.
Eller, temporary residents of Orlando, ,....... ._ .':. ... ,.,_. .,_,;
went down to Tampa yesterday after-

upon noon. invitation They will of also the visit Country Lakeland Club. 'f :.: ::?::i! f; ;:,' ; 3I

The State BanK of OrlandoLOCAL I Il From thence they will pay a visit to
St. Petersburg and possibly make a ,
r trip down the Manatee river, return- , :.- : ",. :
ing to Orlando before leaving for ;: I j.- ': < ; ;

their home in Noblesville, Ind. "DI; E., ., t 1.0' '
l Mr. W. H. Nichols, assistant gen ,
AND PERSONALGo eral freight agent of the N. C. & St. ; . . ., -. ''' : :." ., '., ,, '-'- ,,, : ':
L. railway with headquarters in Mr. A. P. Forrest, of Chicago, ar- : -' .'.,

delicious to Mrs.hot cinamon Cornish's toast.Tea Room 28-2tc for Nashville looking over Tenn.Orlando.I spent. yesterday rived wife in this and city daughter yesterday, who and have joinedhis been f:.' :::. j:),, ':;: !.pt.:1: ;::.:.;:.:-:. ..>:;; ,\ :' ".:'--';""-".: ':. :" '::. -- >. '.: ;:. ,.:..... : :;-';:i':)':_..,-. ..>,/.:%:::!:..*?.,..;.::..**i':.>;.:;::."::.T1 Y
here for several days. Mr. Forrestwas w.
Mr. Sam B. Silver, of Lakeland, detained in the "Windy City" on ,
am a state licensed piano tuner. :
the Floridians visiting matters. They are seeing
was among Expert workman; and my price for
Fair Florida under adverse conditions .
Orlando yesterday. .
tuning is the same as that chargedall but it seems delightful' to be here, I
over the United States-$2.50. said Mr. Forrest, "the rains have not
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Corwin, of
Mack, phone 218, the Willola.
obscured the loveliness of your city.
Michigan, are among the late arriv-
Beautiful flower and '
als at the Orland hotel. gardens orange A RELIABLE
peach trees blooming birds warbling

Judge Geo. F. Parker, one of the their sweetest carols, all kinds of
able and successful attorneys of Kis- choice vegetables fruits galore, and
simmee, transacted business in Orlando FOR SALE I almost everything that goes to make Store
yesterday.Mr. happiness right at your door. Yes, Drug
t I am glad that I am in Orlando. I ;1. .

R. C. Burton of Wilson, N. C.,
t is in the city looking over land with ,_-
f a view to platting a subdivision. He 2300 acres of unini' Anything in the drug world delivered to

is impressed with Orlando.Mr. proved pine land, fine

and Mrs. Geo. B. Cobb and truck and fruit land, big
I daughter, Miss Clara, are expectedto portion of it has clay you quick without charge, day or night.

arrive in Orlando this afternoon and marl sulvsoil. Situ-
from Akron, Ohio, to spend the
re-I uate on County road
k mainder of the season.
within miles of
1 seven
1I I l Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Searles are Orlando.
! among the recent arrivals in the city
from Toledo Ohio. They are located $4.40 an acre will buy

f at the duration.San Juan hotel for a stay ofsome this tract and the propo- McElroy's PharmacyPhone

r sition is a "cinch" as a The

f Tourists registering at the San small investment. This

r Juan hotel yesterday include Geo. W. price is for quick sale.
E f Garner, Montree, Tenn.; F. W. Pat- SAN 20 35 Years Established
; terson, Cleveland, Ohio, and W. P. If you want this land
Wilkinson, New York.
E l. call on -
k Mr. and Mrs. E. L. King and Mr.
. Paul Jensen, of Toledo, Ohio, are late -
arrivals in Orlando and are located at r.

journ.the San Juan for an indefinite so S.G.D Dolive <& SonREAL

ESTATENo. Do you realize the com-
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Insande of Ak-

ron, Ohio, are in Orlando for their 3 WEST PINE STREET forts of steam heat, run-
sixth season. They are pleasantly located -
with Mr. and Mrs. J. Dunaway, Second FloorEurope's ning hot and cold water
West Pine street. individual who can make the mostof
and telephone in your
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room. You will find all of the unexpected opportunity is not

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

I room in the San Juan. .a I
he began to anticipate the opportunity, a
Add to this comfortable l..
the convenienceof
parlors, halls and receptionroom or emergencAnd when the day came /., :
the i a y y!;
with night and day -
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he was ready. .

1 WRIST WATCH !I the service up-to-date, and you service have that all I II Ti1 4

The surest way to be continually readyto 3
I you will get in the best

Officers and men are wearing I, hotels in the large cities. meet the great financial opportunity is 4t L

them. We have them in Gold i eNc eu't'to '
Account. '
prepare through a
Silver and Gold Filled---both for iI iI I

In this institution your savings are ab-
Ladies and Gentlemen.Prices I { :=

Always the Lowest When solutely safe, and will earn 4 per cent.Orlando'sJConservative. """'"

Quality is Considered.

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