Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00470
 Material Information
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 29, 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: VID00470
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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Villa's Agents Declare Con- BEFORE AND JUDGMENTBY T




I Son Will Visit Scene of Colorado I
SERIOUS PROBLEM BEFORE Strike Miners and About Talk TheirGrie'ances to the BUSINESS MEN

New York Jan. 28.John D. Rock- j

REACH SIXTY MILLIONTo efeller, Jr., today conferred with three MAYOR GIVES HIS ASSURANCESIn I
IN CAPITAL strike leaders from Colorado. After A bright little seven months old DEATH TOLLKAISER'S

baby girl from the Florida Orphan
the conference it was announced that

Villa Has Made\ a Big Capture Mon- Solve Problem R. & H. Appropriation Rockefeller and the strike leaders Future Speed Ordinance Will Home was given away at the Baby ( BIRTHDAY UNEVENTFULTerrific
Show at the Grand theatre last night.
clova Falls Into His Hands had agreed on a policy of silence and
May Be Cut- Be Enforced With Prelimi- Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Cowell held the
Carranza Said to Have Re that another meeting will be held.
Also the Army and Rockefeller said after the conference nary Warning and lucky number, and though the man- Fighting Is Recordedbut
taken Second Largest I agers had announced that if the win-
that it was a pleasant talk about Discretion
Bills Gains Seem to Be
City in Mexico Navy ner did not want the child they would
the general situation in Colorado.The .
gladly take it back, they were delighted Mostly With the
strike leaders, while refusing to
Washington Jan. 28.-A threat- Sixteen representative Orlando
to have the child and assuredthe
ened deficit in the government's reve- issue a statement of the conference, business men held a joint conference Allies
that it would have
City, Jan. 28.Carranzistasare manager a
stated had talked various
they over
nues presented a problem that Presi- yesterday morning at the City Hall home.A .
in control of good
apparently again
dent Wilson, his cabinet and Colorado matters, and compared their London, Jan. 28.-Exhaustion of
Mexico City. The last vestige of the with Mayor Sperry, and Commissioners large crowd attended both shows
sional leaders had before them today views, and that there was a free exchange the titanic struggle precipitated by

Villa, Zapata or convention regimewas for solution at a White House confer- of opinion on both sides.It Johnson and Robertson, relative I and the babies caused many a laugh. the German desire to press home a
The Show will be at the Grandall
removed this and Gen- Baby
ence. The question was gone into was learned tonight that young to the manner in which the city, victory that should make memorablethe
this week and at the Lucerne next
eral Obregon, commanding an army
Rockefeller had been in conferencewith birthday anniversary of the Ger-
deeply at a cabinet conference yester- through the medium of the police,has
when show will be
Monday a special
sent to attack the capital, is expectedto
his father within the last five man and the subsequent
day and the outcome of today's meet- emperor
been enforcing the automobile speed given.
take possesion of the city this ing was awaited with tense interest, days and the master of the StandardOil counter effort of the allies to defeat

afternoon. both in administration and congres- was in accord with the steps taken I ordinance.The the enemy's purpose was reflected in

I sional circles. by his son. conference was not actuated by 750 NAMES: ARE WANTED BY the latest reports from the battle

I' :Mexico City, Jan. 27Delayed.) I With estimates of expenditures for One of the subjects discussed at to- any political motives whatsoever, for THE SENTINELHere front in the western theatre of war

-Although the capital has been evacuated day's meeting was the projected visit action.
I the coming fiscal year far in excess the business men have the interest of
by Provisional President Garza, of prospective revenues, administration of Rockefeller to Colorado where he is an opportunity for you to i Paris tonight reports that "duringthe
Orlando at heart and aside from
members of the convention govern- : leaders are convinced of the imperative will talk to the miners on the ground any send a free copy of the Wteekly Sen- night of the 27th and the 28th the
differences between the visiting
ment and by the troops of the con- necessity of taking steps to and discuss with them their griev- personal tinel to your northern friends for a enemy made no infantry attacks

vention army, law and order are still forestall the deficit that confronts ances. delegation and the city officialsthe period of three months, beginning whatever." Neither docs the French
i meeting was plainly one for calm 18 when the list of
maintained. February present
being communique state that the allies at-
them. Present estimates for

and cool discussion of the
existing 750 free subscribers to the Sentinel
Immediately following the evacua- infantry tttack.
exceed estimated revenues by LARGE REBEKAH MEETING tempted any
ordinance.As .
tion the Ayuntimento (the town coun-I speed expires. The Board of County Com- The nergy of the infantry was

cil which was formed in the days after approximately 60000000. a result of the meeting the dele- missioners pays the bill-all being spent and the man fighting arm of
Orlando Rebekah
I I One relief plan which may be laid Last night Lodge gation had the assurance that here ;
the :Madero regime) was hastily as- before congress is the abandonmentof No 12, at its meeting conferred the after would be done to boom Orlando and Orange the hostile armies is resting in their

sembled and the minister of justice, the $34,000,000 rivers and harbors degree on two candidates, Miss Co- greater precaution I county. If 75 people will furnish the trenches, the burden of fighting remaining -
exercised the in
by police making arrests -I
Sentinel with 10 the list will
Gomez named the names
was as supreme with
I appropriation bill, and the adoption rinne Barker and Miss Belle Stevens. motorists. artillery.
civil and the minister of : vof erring Mayor be complete. Here is a chance for
authority, Actions between big ;
of Postmaster General Burleson'ssuggestion Over 60 members and visitors were I guns were
the business the
agriculture General :Manuel Palafox Sperry gave men as- .you, Mr. Tourist, to send your friends the 1
for reducing the cost of present from DeLand, St. Cloud and that I fought along the stretches of
was placed in supreme military con- rural free delivery service from $52- northern states. Refreshments were surance a courteous warning I a copy of a real newspaper with wondrous Aisne and Argonnes, while in Alsace .'
would be motorists
given to not acquainted accounts of Orange county'sprosperity
trol of the federal district. the French claim to have maintainedtheir
000000 to $35,000,000 by putting car- served and a good time enjoyed. with the speed ordinance. "
They assumed office at noon today business advantages and gains to the northwest of Am-
riers on a contract basis.
the officers discretion and
and immediately afterwards Gomez Other under consideration use judg- its unlimited resources. merzweiller (near Aspach) despite
ment in making arrests, and issue a
authorized the following announce- the violent bombardment the Ger-
by j
to cut the army and navy appropriation ORANGE AVENUE preliminary warning to visitors be- i
ment over his signature: DANCE AT ROSSMORE INN i man artillery. i
bills and lower the income tax
fore enforcing the law there should ,
"Last night the evacuation of the In Flanders action the j
below only was by
without in fact exemption $3,000. Sidewalks are being laid on the be little or no trouble in the future. .
capital was begun ,
Unless Pluvius in and
Jupiter steps recorded. Northeast of 1
there being any of the enemy on our Participants in today's conference, west side of South Orange avenue be-I I The motive of the business men in
front. Fortunately, we were able to in addition to the president, included tween Gore avenue and Lake Lucerne. appearing before the city administration spoils their plans with a supply of Zonnebeke the Germans kept up a j

detain some of the retiring troops and Secretary :McAdoo, Postmaster Gen- This will be a great improvementand Orlando from wet goods a large number of the sharp musketry fire, supplementingthe
was to save out-
they are to be established strongly young folks will attend the dance at
bombardment by their big ,
Leader Un-
eral Burleson, Majority guns
will add considerably to the
side criticism to the unin-
in advantageous defensive positions ; protect Windermere
Rossmore tonight.
but without their trenches.
which will enable us to resist any at- derwood, and Representative Fitzgerald street's appearance. formed visitor from annoyance by ;
have chartered the covered
tempt at attacks by the enemy. chairman of the appropriations being hastily arrested without due They The most startling claim is made .i
"As the minister of justice I as- committee.SIX truck from the San Juan Garage and by Paris, which stated in its afternoon ;
sumed charge of the civil affairs in OLD SOL BRINGS 'CROQUET EXPERTS warning; to safeguard the business will fill it with hay (and incidentally communique that as a result of
the federal district only during such OUT patronage of the city; to impress
I COPPERS EXTRA FOR FAIR sandspurs) and will have a real old the fighting at all points from Janu- J
time as it will be necessary to do so the city officials that a rash act
WEEK fashioned ride out and back. All
in order to I hay 25 to the night of yesterday, the
guarantee protection to ary .f
the interests here. When the Subtropical MidwinterFair The Croquet grounds utilized by by an officer of the law might cause of those who have been to RossmoreInn German losses have amounted to no I

(Signed) R. Gomez." rolls around the local police the tourists situated east of the court victims of the speed ordinance to for- know that they will be well en- fewer than 20,000 men. The French j

Alarming reports of the proximityof force will be increased by the addi- house was well thronged with players sake Orlando and do their buying in tertained after their arrival and a statement says on yesetrday the Kai 1
the constitutionalist forces yesterday. The clear sky and warm other cities; and to inform the city
under tion of six men. None have been great big time is expected.AT ser's anniversary promised a great
General Obregon which reached the chosen yet. sunshine added considerable zest to that the speed ordinance was correctin
effort of the Germans made, but all
the principle but unjust, unfair and
capital while the convention was in sport. THE GRAND TODAY-A BIG the German attacks were repulsedand

session late last night caused a panic. gas Sabinas, and are advancing on discriminatory in its method of en- BILL the French attacks all resulted in

Early in the morning just before the Piedras N egras. which probably will THE WEATHER forcement. big gains.

convention adjourned, the majority of be evacuated tomorrow. Those at the meeting were S. Y. At the Grand theatre todaythere

the delegates voted to transfer them- Florida: Partly cloudy Friday and : Way, J. L. Guernsey, Jas. L. Giles, will be a special matinee at 2 o'clock, I BOARD COUNTY COMMISSIONERS -

selves to Cuernavaca, the capital of Second City Retaken Saturday. T. W. Mathews, M. O. Overstreet, G. and a second performance at 3:30 MEET NEXT WEEK

he state of Morelos, Emiliano Zapa- El Paso, Texas., Jan. .-Guadalajara C. Keller, P. Phillips, J. M. Cheney, o'clock. In the evening there will be I
ta's NO POLICE COURT H. L. Beeman, H. H. Dickson, A. L.
second largest city in Mexico, two shows-one at 7:15 p. m. and one The Board of County Commissioners -
Although he opposed the evacua- has been retaken by the Carranza I Weathersbee, J. L. McElroy, John at 8:45 p. m. The boys' contest in ; will meet in regular session Tues-
There was no police court yester- Cook, J. N. Bradshaw, DeWitt Miller,
until further
particulars regard- forces at a loss to the Vilal troops, : the afternoon is for all boys and day, February 2. It is expected that

ing the advance of the Carranzistas according to advices received here to- day. and N. P. YowelL girls. The public is urged to see the final arrangements for commencing .

could be obtained, Garza, who is sub- day by the Carranza agency.It afternoon shows as there will un- 'the construction of the Orange county

ject to the authority of the convention was announced that no tele- SERB doubtedly be a large attendance in I brick roads will be made, providingthat
issued orders for the troops to graphic or railroad communication IMPEACHED the evening at the rendition of "Cin the money from the sale of the
leave. existed south of Aguas Calientes, derella." I$525,000 bonds is received before that

By daybreak only one regiment of General Villa's base of
operations. time.
Feature of Midwinter FairIs German Hussars Reported to
the Zapata army of the south remained I|Adding to the complicaions in the interior AN INTERESTING ADDRESS BY
in the capital, and shortly afterwards Attracting Much Inter- Have Reached the Serbo- YESTERDAYAbout "

Garza himself had departedfor Carranza factions, it was learned est-Many Prizes to Roumanian Frontier- AND NEW FRONT

Contreras on the way to Cuerna- I that the troops of General Ynez Sala- Be AwardedThe Serbs Fortify 150 tourists assembled at The Cook Auto company is soon to to

vaca. zar on Sunday last had occupied the headquarters yesterday afternoonto have a new front, work being started

Towards afternoon, Carranzistas Casas Grandes, an important railroad "Better Babies" contest to be Geneva, via Paris, Jan. 28.-The arrival hear Judge Cheney. There was its construction yesterday. The

having failed to appear, and there 1\I J and supply center of Chihuahua state. held under the auspices of the mid- of a regiment of German Hus- such a crowd that the Judge was upon entire old frontage is being torn away

being no further confirmation of hte I j Salazar represents in Mexico the for- winter fair is one of the most inter- sars at Orsova, on the Serbo-Rou- taken by surprise when he entered and new display rooms will be in-

report that they were at the gates of |mer federal of "cientifico" element, manian frontier is announced here. the room. But he soon recovered his stalled. No will be sparedby
esting features of the fair. The examination expense
the city, the outgoing movement of which supported the Diaz and Huerta The Serbian engineer corps has mined usual calmness and gave a good talkon the company in making the improvement -

Zapatistas was checked and within a administration. Large quantities of of the babies will com- the gorges of the Danube from Tre- Florida interspersed with numer- a notable one. A

short time a system of patrols was i I arms and ammunition were reported mence Tuesday, February 2, and con- hia to Belgrade, and has fortified all ous good anecdotes.A .

established. The capital gradually I en route to Salazar. tinue through Thursday at Dr. Cas- the defiles through which the Austro- MOTOR FIRE TRUCK IS NOT
recovered from its bad case of I sius Boone's office West Central
nerves on German troops could invade Servia. BRIEF STORY ABOUT LITTLE LIKELY TO ARRIVEIt

and by evening Sabbath like peace I Another Death Results avenue. Any inquiries will be an- BRICKSIt '
is doubtful if the motor fire
layover the town. i I On Board U. S. S. San Diego, La swered at the offices of Dr. Boone, ALL QUIET AT COURT HOUSE i
truck ordered will arrive in
El Paso, Texas, Jan. 28.Agentshere Paz, Mex., Jan. .-(By Wireless, Mr. Wm. R O'Neal, or Mrs. G. H. WITH ONE EXCEPTION required three years to procure recently in the civic
I time to participate paradeor
of Villa and of the convention j I via San Diego, Cal. Jan. 28.)-Chas. Edwards, phone 332. Babies betweenthe brick with which. to lay the proposed the
to be displayed at Subtropical
forces state that the report of the W. Petersen of Racine, Wis., died today ages of one and four are eligible All was quiet at the court house brick parkway between the City Hall

evacuation of Mexico City is untrue. I' of injuries suffered in a boiler this year. They must be examined, : yesterday save for a case before and the Fire House. Recently the Midwinter Fair. The special specifi-
cations to be met by the truck company -
They declare that the military authorities -i[tube explosion on board the cruiser but it is not necessary to take them Judge Martin in which a woman alleged brick was stacked up%against the west is responsible for the delay.

at Juarez have been in con | San Diego January 21. He was a out to the fair grounds, as prizes will that her husband had abused, wall of the fire house in neat little

stant communication with the capital (fireman. His death makes the eighth be awarded from the most perfect beaten, struck and bruised her. The rows. Now the brick is being carted

and have telegraphed to the agents .fatality. The five other men injured baby's record. However, there will husband pleaded not guilty. Several away to be used in various parts of POSTPONEMENTOn

here that the convention forces con- I{are said to be improving. be a tent rest room on the fair witnesses have been subpoenaed and the city. account of the absence of Mr.

tinue to control the city, where order :i The San Diego, with Rear Admiral grounds for mothers and babies and the case was to have been continuedat Carr from the city, the rehearsal of i ;4

prevailed. :,Thomas B. Howard, commander in lectures will be given by doctors and 9 o'clock this morning. Other February Munsey, Century and the Presbyterian choir will be on )

The Villa forces have captured chief of the Pacific fleet, sailed today others interested in the welfare of cases will come before Judge Martin others. World Almanac. Daily pa- Saturday evening this week insteadof ,r

Monclova Musquiz, at Cuatro Ciene- for San Diego, Cal. I babies. I this morning. pers. Curtis & O'Neal, Orange Ave. this evening. i

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; MENA Seeds Seeds SeedsNEW \
In the current issue of Farm and '

THE WINDERMERE burglar entered the home of Ed- Fireside appears a department called '
itor Frank Harris of the Ocala Ban- the "Experience Bazaar," in which ,

Choice Location All Modern Conveniences ner some time during Saturday nightor contributors make suggestions basedon STORE .'F
Sunday morning and though he their practical life on the farm.
Excellent Table Good Water Reasonable Rates had evidently made a tour of the One such contributor comments as NEW SEEDSSweet

On Beautiful Lake Lucerne, Orlando Fla. house, did not take anything of valueso follows on the war in its relation to .
far as is known. The bed room of American farm women:
Frank Harris, Jr., was entered and "This is a great time for American Corn, Field Corn, Peas, Beans, Etc. We

Home Comforts Service Finest Rooms in City his trousers were transferred to the farm women. By economy and cour- guarantee our seeds to be fresh.

hall where an examination of the age and patience we can induce themto

Sanitary Inspection Rated 100 pockets convinced his burglarshipthat intensify their farming; in some Don't be disappointed, come to us for Drugs

r there was "nothing doing" in 'sections we can even encourage experiments -
'I and Garden Seed.City .
the way of adding to his bulging bank in the raising of new crops
THE NEW GRAND account from that source, and he ran- for which the European war has

k HENRY BARTLETT., Prop. sacked other portions of the house opened a market.
with equal success. FortunatelyFrank "We can also teach our children the

i. junior had his wallet in an in- lesson of the war. They can under- Drug Store"A
: European Plan 15 West Pine St., side coat pocket near by which was stand that ungathered harvests and

overlooked by the caller. unsown fields mean starvation. Theycan
Rooms with Bath Orlando ha.t "
On the same night some one en- understand that uncontrolled tem-
_. tered the home of the business man- pers lead to warfare-both between

TOURISTS ATTENTION! ager of the Star. The latch was priedoff people and between nations." J. Ls. DEJLIST, Ph.0.
the back door, and a piece of

1 We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando wood was carefully placed in the jamto NOTED SUFFRAGIST MAY SPEAK _' 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIICII"lltQ'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'*
prevent its closing while the intruder IN ORLANDO
: Prepared by our New York Cook
was in the house. The kitchen

't 100 Rooms Bath, Steam Heat. $1.00 and the visitor pantry,could however get, without was as far break-as It will not be surprising if Dr. 'The 1Jet

r I Anna Shaw, the noted suffragist, accepts -
ing other locks, and he contented him- OF CLEANLINESS OF
i Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water an invitation to deliver an ad-
self by making off with a supply of
dress before the Orlando public on OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE
butter, cheese and several loaves ofCarter's
or before February 11, during fair FRESH AND SALT MEATS
EMPIRE HOTEL "five cents straight" bread
f week, under the auspices of the local Kept under the best sanitary conditions. '
which had been corralled Saturday
i 54 Light Housekeeping Rooms evening by the frugal wife of saidb. Equal Suffrage League.F Everything screened away from the flies and kept fresh

m. for Sunday's feasting.Just and pure.
f"- why a burglar or burglars We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

ROSSMORE INNWindermere should select the homes of two news- everything in the Meat Line
I paper men to enter with the thoughtof

; worldly gain at this season of the F r S l lH" ]:I. l Z. Self db Co.
struggle between the Czar and the
1 This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout having heat, electric PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET
Kaiser is hard to imagine.OcalaStar.
I lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite, with
Lath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating, bathing and fish- _
k, ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019.

f RATES-TO CANADA I r XtK. Orange grove; has been New Line of Popular Sheet

Arrangements have been completedfor set out a year; select budded trees,
f rates on citrus fruit and pineap- Music Just Received
OSCEOLA ples to additional Canadian markets, orange and grapefruit; there are ,

r according to announcement just made 111-2 acres in the prove! ; located on
All the latest New York hits. Watch our
the Florida Growers' and !
Lake Conway
Lake Jem between -
r League. The league some time Mary music counter if you wish to know about the
Magnolia and Robinson Ave, J. W. HURLEY Manager ago realized the necessity for satis- and Lake Jennie Jewel, 3-4 of a music that is wall the rage11 in the eas-

- factory through rates to hitherto un- mile from Pine Castle road soon to tern cities. It is here today and gone tomorrow -

t: Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round developed localities, so essential to be bricked; new up to date seven room but tomorrow 'we have something still
the extension of our markets. In this
r- European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite instance it is to the western sectionof house; good large barn and other later.

.., :__' .. ... r I'-, Canada to which the league has This proposition is for W. BRANCH
b ( ... ) ,, '\"- buildings. S. ,
f VJ...... I 1" ..-' _... arranged for the new proportionalrates quick sale on easy terms. Inquire of
which become effective Febru-
urn 1 The Arcade Book and Music Store
L ary 12, from Jacksonville, as follows: J. B. Magruder, Jr., office in Arcade; . .
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Per box of
i pl lip 80 pounds. or see the owner

Battlebord, Sask. ____________$1.32
fli Camrose, Alta. ___________-'_ 1.404 G. M. BISSELLL
if Lethridge. Alta. _____________ 1.404 ,
f Medicine Hat, Alta. __________ 1.356
Mose Jaw, Sask. _____________ 1.268 at grove 1-28-lm
i North Battleford, Sask. ______ 1.32 '
Prince Albert, Sask. _________ 1.32 96lr
! Strathcona, Alta. ____________ 1.452 ;
THE ARCADE HOTEL Wayburn, Sask. ______________ 1,204 Established 1870
t: rates to the above _
Through pointsin
J. B. MAGRUDER. Jr., Prop. R. E. COCHRAN CO., Inc.
the past have been made by addingto 132 Park Place, New York BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS
t First Class Restaurant Livery and Autosin out rates to St. Paul and Minneapolis Wholesale Dealers and Commission FORD CARS .
f the local rates beyond, whereasthe LOWER PRICES ON
Building in Connections Merchants in Florida Orangesand
f S new rates are approximately 40 Grapefruit Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
I Orlando Fla. box less than these combi-
4 cents per Represented by 1,1915 and guaranteed against any reduc

nations. Geo. W. Tull, Orlando, Fla. tion during that time:

.IF YOU WANT A LUNCH I HHHMMHM HM THE LEGISLATURE Liberal signments.advances made on con- Touring Car - $555.00

R. E. Cochran, President.T. 505.00F.
i worth the money come to Pope's Quick Lunch Counters. Our Apalachicola Times: The little red L. Turney, Treasurer. Runabout .
hills of old Leon will be resound- 0. B. OrUad. AH can Icily egcipp.d.I.rtber
f food is not cooked in front of your eyes, where you are annoyed soon 1-22-2m
with the cries of the .... .fflcl..,
ing gladsome .. tfc.1
with the odors and heat but in kitchen. w. wffl ibis 5..4.1. .
our sanitary Try a cup mnj lb..lai... ceat V .r
budding statesmen who were sent to i. .ar .factelT production .. ,. .,
f of our Rowland Special Coffee, French Dripped. The price is Tallahassee to set the world on fire, -For FineWATCH Itt.tot p.rrh..inc c.r*s.d betweea.lee I UM.partanta.*... d..If..w. r-.cb .I" .ut

only 5c. a cup. We offer you the best of service. so to speak. Plans are under way to CLOCK and And ....ld w. rrmck thl pr dectl.a. w. apee te V*.*..sm
. (* .r (.a .r .t
the Georgia Crackers from fish- th.bW.rrf..r. fr.- Ml t. f per
REPAIRING 1.1.1S .. nCIT retail buyer wh. p.reba.ee s v"
Pope & Co.'s Quick Lunch Counters ing in our mill ponds and transporting JEWELRY Asset For car between A.r t 1. lilt and Amgnt U 1111.
our pop-eyed mullet by bull cart pmrticmUr. reprdtat tfceo. low price sad pr.B
I further
Church Street. Open from 5 a.m. to midnight call on whois
express. The brown-eyed youth in abriDC plan 1M
red shoes and red necktie who was an expert at this trade F. G. RUSH

.. . .11111111. elected to the legislature because he with many years experienceat
won the debate in the all absorbing Phone 226

question that there: was more pleasure Youngs Repair Shop t
in pursuit than in the possessionwill
ESTATE Opp. Post Office; Pine Street
be on hand to conquor more fields
while the political grafter who elect-
ed Tom to the legislature will be

::. We buy d sell all classes-and kinds of Real Estate.If there for ples rolling doing who in bills droves have nothing at been$6 to per,secure promised and day.the jobs The fat old at crip-jobs sol-en- Th F1oria Heal l E Estate & lilvesiMeilt C Co.

you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call diers who never fired a gun will

. charge through the capitol like the
and talk your wishes over with us. light brigade. And this is not all Capital $50,000. Fully Paid Up.

The insurance people, the railroad at-
The manager of this firm has had years of experience -
J" torneys, and the special interest rep- Incorporated In Florida; Therefore Under State Control.,

dealing in Florida investments having sold over a resentatives will be on hand with

their smiles and their arguments that offered by this Corporation are exclusiVelylisted
million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last they are the most persecuted peopleon A LL propositions
top of the earth. Oh, it is some with us, at the same time can also be bought throughthe

two years. sporty times in Tallahassee when the purchasers Agent, as we need not to secret our proposalsfor
legislature is in session.
We are well posted on the value of all classes and anybody, the deal has to be closed at our office. This means

kinds of Florida property. We want listed with us all $100,000 FIRE AT PLANT CITY protection for the seller as well for the buyer. With our Bank

Fire broke out at 12:45 o'clock Guarantee furnished to the purchaser, if requested. Having con-
bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real Tuesday morning at Plant City in the
dry goods and notions store of N. S. fidence to all our offerings, we advance 75 per cent of the pur-

Estate Bargains. Smith, known as "Smith's Dollar chase price at six per cent. interest, even on unimproved land. We
Limit Store," on the corner of Haines
million dollars of properties in city lots city
and North Drane streets, resulting in hold today over one ,

the most disastrous fire Plant City and country homes, orange groves and uncultivated lands. Our

L has had since the big fire in 1908. books to all investors, if such inducements will appeal to you
The entire three story brick build- open
WARING ESTATE COMPANY ing, facing for over half a block on -take the trouble to climb up one flight of stairs over the Peoples

North Drane street, together with the National Bank, and consult.
} two story brick building, occupied as
R. D. WARING Manager
the sales rooms of Wells & Sons fur- HENRY BENEDICT, PresidentOffice

niture store, adjoining,
Rooms and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115U were com-
. pletely destroyed, all four walls of
Phone 570
i the larger building faling in. Other over Peoples National Bank. ,
damage was done, resulting in a loss
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The lot advertised for $1200, Tampa Fla., Jan. 25.-Among the With the exception of shrapnel, WRIGHT SEED CO.We .

with a reduction of $400.00, if spectacular features to be presented named after its inventor, an English In the February American Magazine -
during the Gasparilla carnival, the colonel, there are very few terms now David Grayson, writing his new
buyer would build, was boughtby dates of which are February 12 to 16, in use which have a British origin. I I story, "Hempfield," presents a char- carry the Largest Stock of Seed in

Mr. Samuel Brice of New inclusive, is a two part pageant entitled Sword musket, grenadier, dragoon, acter Ed Smith, whose abilities are Orange county. Agents for the Celebrated -
j "The Coming of the Spaniard," all are alien* erms. "Grenadier" is. partly described in the following pas-
York. We have decided to of- which will bring to mind the scenes generally supposed to come from the j sage taken from the story: National Guano Fertilizers
enacted three centuries and a half French. The word is, however, of "It was easy for Ed to 'size up'
fer another one. ago when DeSoto, Navarra and their German origin, and originally was "people, for he had just two classifications 206 So.IOrange Ave.
followers first invaded Florida, and "grenatier," the force owing their | : those people whom he coulduse
Corner lot, well located. Side- the invasion of Tampa, twentyfiveyears name to the hand grenades with and those who could use him.
' ago, by the lamented S. V. M. which they were armed. His problem of life thus became quite ***
walks, water, lights, gas. North- Ybor, Ignacio Haya, Edward Man- The word "musket" has an Italian I simple: it consisted in shifting as :t

east. $1000.00. Will take $600 rara an dother Spaniards whose foun- derivation: "Moschetto," which was .many as posible of those of the sec- OPERA HOUSE Jan. 29
dation work is responsible for Tampa really a species of small sparrow ond classification into the first. ,
if buyer will build within one being today the world's largest: cen- hawk. In ancient times and in the "'If you would not "be done by a Matinee and Night
year. ter for the manufacture of high grade Middle Ages the name musket was man, do him first,' was one of Ed's
dear Havana cigars. Hundreds of used to designate a small mortar treasured Ben-Franklinisms.
WILLIAM A. BRADY Ltd., PresentsNew
Latin residents of Tampa, assisted by which threw arrows.
350 citizens garbed as Seminole In- When gunpowder was discovered a LIST OF HOTELS AND BOADING York's Most Remarkable Play
dians, will take leading parts in this small cannon was baptized "musket," HOUSES WANTED
pageant, as will ten bands, Americanand and later the rifle of the ordinary infantryman PRICES D11 SEAT
CARL DANN German singing societies and earned the name, while Hotel proprietors, boarding house dh t
3,000 school children. Rehearsals of the whole unit was called "mus- keepers, room renters, apartment SALE
the pageant begin at once. Prominent -: keteers." house owners notice: The railroadsare 50-75c.,
Spanish cigar makers imperson'I'I Both "dragoon" and "cuirassier"come asking for names, rates, per day BUTT'S2Sth
REAL ESTATE ating the pioneers of the from the French. The dra- week, and month, of all places named AND -
rayed in the height of fashion and goons had a dragoon painted on their above; also-how heated and whether $1.00
I riding in landaus, will portray the shields, and the cuirassiers carried a supplied with modern improvements. B
second coming of the Spaniards. The breast protection made of copper-in The information is to be used in advertising P al d i F or
COMPANY I pageant will be staged in Plant Field, French "cuivre." literature, and if you will $1.50 9 a. m.
'in the rear of the world famed municipally "Hussar" comes from the Hunga- simply write the information on a
owned tourist hotel, the rian word "husz," which means twen- post card and mail to me, your house By GEORGE BROADHURSTAs
Tampa Bay. ty. The force derived its name from i will be placed on the list which I will
In every feature the carnival of the the fact that long ago every twenti- prepare and forward to the inquiring Played for One Year at WM. A. BRADY's Play-
present year will be more brilliant 'eth recruit in Hungary was placed in railroads. house, New York. Same cast and production.

GORDON'S CARRIAGEAND than those of former years, and lower one of the mounted regiments.The C. E. HOWARD, MAIL ORDERS 1\0 W
railroad and steamship rates will uhlans owe their name to the Secretary Board of Trade.
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be offered from all points east of the Turks. It comes from the Turkish !
Mississippi river. word "oghlan," youth. . .1111111111111111111111111111111111111..1...
"Sword" comes from the Polish
BAGGAGE TRANSFER FUNERAL OF BEN K. THROWER word "szaMa," and "pistol" from the I Just Arrived 1915 Harley-Davidson

YESTERDAYBen Italian town Pistoja which was fam-
L T. HARRELL. Prop. ous in the Middle Ages for its arms "-

Piano and Furniture K. Thrower, Jr., one of Tam- factories.
pa's most promising young businessmen The bayonet takes its name from r
Moving a Specialty died suddenly at 1 o'clock Tues- the French town Bayonne where the
E. Church St. PHONE 4871OSTEOPATH day afternoon. He had been ill several inventor lived some 125 years ago. ' IARtEY1aYiDSDK- !

days with fever, when death resulted "Howitzer" is derived from the
from hemorrhage of the brain. Czech word "houfiinice," a waooden I
He was thirty-six years old. apparatus used in ancient times for \Ci /hlH
Funeral services were conducted by the purpose of throwing stones. We \ Q
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER Rev. J. B. Mitchell, at 3 o'clock yes- meet with the word also in the Hus-
Office corner Orange Avenue and terday afternoon at No. 603 West La- site war in the fifteenth century,
V Church St., Davis & McNeil BIdg., fayette street, the home of his brother where the weapon figures as "hauff-
Phone 419. where he died. Interment was in nitz." 1
Woodlawn cemetery.He The officer's rank of major was de-
leaves a widow and three children rived originally from the Spanish f ft
Dr. S. S. Jones two sons and one daughter, B. word "mayor," signifying great or
K. Thrower III., Randolph and Laura high.
CHIROPRACTOR Thrower. His parents and the following Even "war" itself comes from a
graduate Davenport College 17 and brothers also survive him: foreign source, coming down with the
18 209.Yowell-Duckworth Intelligent people building everywhere; phone Lawrence L-, Fred, Hanson and Joe Italian and Spanish "guerra,"and the ON EXHIBIT AT THE It
are being restored to health by chiro- Thrower, the latter a student at Flor- French "guerre," from the old Ger-

practic removing adjustments the cause the of disease.new scienceof Ex-I ida University.Get man "werra." GOOD AND BAD CIGAR STORE.I
amination free. i
12-24-1mo the news IA the Sentinel first. Mighty convenient-Sentinel wants. .1111.111111111111111111111111111111111.,11111.111.1111111 111111111.1111111,.,.

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Boeirdmein's "QUITTING l SALE"My

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


:Misses Winter Coats, _____JUST HALF PRICE 50c. kind! for _____________________________40c $5.50 kind for __________________________$3.50

:Misses Winter Coats _______JUST HALF PRICE 35c. kind for _____________________________25c
: 25c kind for ______________________________20c COTTON BLANKETS-
Misses Sweaters _________JUST HALF PRICE
$2.75 kind for ___________________________$2.00
MEN'S COLLARS- INFANTS RUBENS- $2.50 kind for __________________________$1.85

Any at ________________-_________________20c $1.50 kind for ------____________________$1.10
15 e. kind _____________lOc kind for
------------------- $125.00 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
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60c. kind for ________45c
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LADIES SHORT SILK GLOVES 50 e. kind! for -----------------------------40c
50c. for _______
---------------------- 40c
35c. kind for _____________________________25c
50c kind for _________40c
--------------------- 20c
kind for
25c. ---------------.-------------- MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, Same Reductions.MEN'S .
$3.00 kind for $2.00 $3.00 kind for __________________________$2.00 $1.50 kind for $1.15
--------------------------- --------------------------
$'>50 kind for 4r2.00 $2.0 kind for -------------------------$1.50 $1.00 kind for 80c
--------------------------- ----------------------------
$? 00 kind for $1.50 $1.50 kind for --------------------------$1.00
$i:50: kind for ::::::::::::::::::::::::::$1:15: $1.00 kind for __________-________________80c MEN'S WORK SHIRTS-

$1.25 kind for $1.00 COAT SUITS AND HATS- 50c. kind for ________________1__ :_________40cMEN'S
$1.00 kind for _----_---_------______ _80c :Many kinds of Heavy Winter Goods and Hats willbe HEAVY UNDERWEAR
sold at reasonable offer will be
any price, no
50c kind for 40c
$2.00 kind for ________$1.50 FRUIT OF THE LOOM- MEN'S UNION SUITS-
121L. c. kind for 09c
--------------------------- $1.00 kind for 75c
BOYS BLOUSES AND SHIRTS- Special Nainsook finish, 12V c. kind for _____09c
Hope Muslin, lOc. kind for ________________08c SILK HOSE
50c. kind for ---------- ____40c ____ $1.00 kind for _____75c t
--- ____ 08c
--- ________
--------- Ginghams, lOc. kind for ___ ---------------------------
35c. kind for ----------- _____25c _______lOc 50c. kind for ___40c
----------- Ginghams, 12/e. kind for __ _____ ------------------------
25c. kind for ----------------------______20c. Percales, 12c'kind for ___________________lOc 35c. kind for --------------------____-25c II

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

will continue as long as there is anything leit. .

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: South Florida SentinelMORNING Beautiful Lake Eola I Ii

( W. S. Branch) I have been to many placesIn II I
AND WEEKLYW. this and Residence For
Si. GLENN .....................Editor I have been great to cities mighty land.
f W'L C. ESSINGTON ......Easiness Manager. If you are a loyal! American you pretty
can wear a carnation today in honorof Cities charming, cities grand;
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Flor And I've loved and loved and loved
ida. a. Second Class Mail' Matter. Wm. McKinley, twenty-fifth presi- them
dent of the United States. McKinleywas With a passion hard to stay, (
#I Daily. 1 Year ........................ $5.00 born at Niles, Trumbull county, But the one I love the strongest I A GREAT BARGAIN
Daily. 6 Month ...................... %.60 Ohio, on the 29th of January, 1843. Is Orlando, Florida.Do .
6 Daily. Months ...... ............... 1.25
Daily. 1 Month ........"............... ..60Weekly. He was of Scotch-Irish parentage. not blush Miss I Location corner East Washington -
now, Orlando,
4! 1 Year ...................... SLOG Us father was Wm. McKinley and For to hear deserving praise; and East Street, facing
i ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN his mother's maiden name was NancyC. Far greater minds than mine have north. There is a beautiful view
ADVANCE Allison. He served in sung I of the Lake. Lot is 75x150 t
t TO ADVERTISERS: congress Your fame in other days; feet. House is constructed of
from 1877 to 1891 and the leading
was And I will be full well
1 Copy for display and all other hand-set spirit in framing and passing the share your mild domain contentTo log and shingles, and contains ANNOUNCEMENT U N I
be haadeo im at the buineuoffice
advertising of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. McKinley tariff act. He served a From wooing, winning ways of which eight large rooms beautifully {
t the day before publicatio.This rat applies term as governor of Ohio and was re- No heart can e'er abstain. finished. This property belongsto
to chances for contract advertising: it is
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. elected for the second term, but resigned Col. W. P. Walton, former
t By every breath of every rose owner of the Reporter Star who
t Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued -I when he was elected presidentof That charms your pretty brow ,
I should notify the office in writing ont the United States in 1896. lIe was By every breeze of every lake occupied it about six months.
the date of expiration, otherwise it will be
continued at the reirular subscription rates elected for a second term in 1900 and Which climate's charms endow; Business interests compel the
until notice to stop is received. By sunshine's warm and gentle touch, Colonel to live in and
t Telephone Numb r ..........' .'.'....' 21FRIDAY was assassinated at Buffalo in September By every stately tree- Kentucky,
; : 1901.? "Carnation day" is., For all, with all. accept as such ''I he has instructed us to sell the
JANUARY 1913. quite generally observed through the This truthful praise from me. property at a great bargain. f"p
-A. N. Ilowell.
North. i
t Slogan No.7: "Orlando-Florida's

Atha '

o Cooper

A kiss in time means eight or nine. The "West Street" friend's interestin Lockhart, Fla., Jan. 28, 1915. ,
114 South Orange Ave.. Ground Floor iz :
o the horse is commendable. The Dear Editor:
The now is "Florida, ho!" with Please Phone No. 311
cry man who will leave a horse stand out give me space in your paper
Orlando as the first stopping place, I for hours is, to say the least, unmindful for a few words about the meetingwe (
and later the "big show" at the Fair of his duty to dumb animals. have just closed. We had the .

Grounds. The fault, however, rests with the noted evangelist, Brother McGuire, CORES
o owner, for the city has provided am- and he surely preached some of the ,

It is enough to try to predict when ple sheds just west of the railroad most powerful sermons ever preached $1.25

the war will be over, without enter. between Pine and Church streets i I in the Baptist church. Brother :McGuire ?
taining the belief that there will be where country folks may drive in !I is a man of God and has done a Per Strand Up I :

no more war. free of charge and feed and house world of good here. Everybody i

o their teams. Even if it were not so, 1 learned to love him while he was here. FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS AND

While most places are trying to from an economical standpoint, if no We must have him back with us soon. OAK WOOD

institute a pay up day, the town that higher motive, a man had betetr pay :May God bless Brother McGuire everywhere Orlando Wood YardB.

institutes a no credit day will be the 25 cents to put his horse in a livery he goes is my prayer. 1
barn.If. Yours in Christ, W. Kingsley, Proprietor
winner.-Arcadia News. PINE STREET AND R. R.
o "West Street" will personally C. H. RUSS. Telephone 34-1 fOR MEN ONLY

The St. Petersourg Independent report to me any horse left standing 9-30 I
l t
sounds a cheerful note when it says exposed to inclement"weatber, I will I Don't forget the Sentinel want ads. -

that "there is very little likelihood of see to it that the horse is cared for. !

any more cold weather here this win- No man can afford to be cruel to a 1-
horse or a dog. They are true
ter. February is usually a warm our
comfortable month, and March ideal and devoted friends.I AI .
in every respect for outdoor life." once visited the Leland Stanford 1.A

Nor is this exaggeration, for in a horse farm in California and was '

large majority of Florida winters the amazed at the intelligence of the t

end of January means the end of cold horse. There little colts are put into An Exposition of Spring
weather*Lakeland Telegram.The kindergartens and taught in the way
o they should go, and when they be-
horses they will not Woolens representing fashions
come depart
edition Independent away yesterday gave because its entire the therefrom.The Lake Eola and Eola ParkThe

development of a horse under very latest styles and colorings,
sun did not shine on St. Petersburg, '
such conditions shows what an intelligent -
the Sunshine City. The Sun did not
i beast he is when the latent will be held at our store January :
give its paper away because the sun
forces brought out. I also
are spent
did not fail to set on Clearwater, the I
Sunset City. Although the Sun has I!a day at the Gentry Bros. dog and 28th, 29th and 30th.

.had its offer standing for nine months I I pony farm at Blomingoton, Indiana, time is now ripe for an investment in this par-
and it was simply marvelous to see A
it has not been obliged to give its
I I how obedient those animals were to '
paper away on any day, and we trust 1,I the will of man, and the usefulness ticular section of the city. Property well bought will be The Exclusive character of
that the occasion will never come.- I
'of each particular animal. Any man
Clearwater Sun.Roosevelt .
I who visits these breeding and train- absolutely certain of producing a profit. I have two or the cloth creations and fashion
o A
ing farms and witnesses the kindly I
says his freedom of and intelligent performances of dog three offerings which I can recommend as sure MONEY- models makes this season's most C
speech was curtailed while he was .
president. We dread to think of what I and horse will resolve to never act

would have happened if he could have cruelly toward either. MAKERS.Call notable Tailoring Opening, and
.said what he wanted to say.-Tampa I In the development of our interestsin
Alaska the dog has served a pur- is and t.
have and let me show them to you. your presence
And think"what would
: pose in importance second only to
pened to this country if "Teddy" had man. 1
urgently requested.
been elected president in 1912! If we In the European war, both horse

had not gotten into a scrap with and dog are serving such an important -
Mexico and also have been embroiledin that tak-
part our government,
the European conflict the lion hunter :ing note, is preparing to conserve our ISAAC HAMBURGER & SONS,

would have changed his character. supply in both.

o The man who is cruel to dumb an- S. Y. WAY
THE INTERESTS OF ALL imals of any kind is not only guiltyof Baltimore, are the Exhibitors,

THE STATE- a grievous fault for which society

Division of Florida into North and condemns him, but in doing so acts and their representative will be a
South Florida is again suggested. detrimentally to his own best inter- Insurance and Real Estate Agent

Without question, the division of the ests. at your service to show you
state and location of the capital at J. F. SCHUMANN,

Tampa would be advantageous to President S. P. C. A. PHONE 172 through their line and to take
Tampa. But it is a state question, ----
and the and Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Went, who have
arguments pro con must
take into consideration not only the I been visiting Mr. and :Mrs. I. A. Travers your measure expertly.

of at their home, 502 East street,
good each locality but the good of
the state at large.If I left yesterday afternoon for a visit to

serious consideration is to be St. Petersburg. They are in love

given to the question at this time, the with Orlando, and after roaming
around a little, will return to remain
f interests of every section must be A visit incurs no obligation to
I -''J
until leave for the
;' borne in mind. If South Florida alone .
would benefit, to the injury of North
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Florida, opposition would properly .
arise in the northern half of the state.
r taking.Division of the state is a large under- THORNTON

State division would mean the duplication -

t of government. To some !
r the suggestion that there would be :

; more political jobs would be welcome,
!i indeed. Two governments, however, One of the finest subdivisions in the city. Many great

would mean doubled cost. And fur-
s ther division of the state would neeessitate improvements being made in this part of the town. Water, r

another state university, at

least, and a college: for women as electric lights, and sidewalks. About seventy lots yet for saleat

well unless co-education was decided

upon. very reasonable prices. Some restrictions as to buildingsbut
North Florida would have the state

grounds at Tallahassee, as well as not unreasonable.Fo. .
the grounds of the Florida Collegefor

versity Women buildings there, and and the property state uni-at .- prices call at 905 Central Avenue on the premisesor IVES CO.

Gainesville. Moving the capital to

Jacksonville would leave North Flori- ask your dealer.TAYLOR.

da with an empty capitol. Dividingthe

state along the line suggested, i .DEP ARTMENT STORE.
about the twenty-eighth parallel,
would create a state without a uni- ..

versity site or capital. ; ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE

It has been suggested in this con- & THORNTON i The Store of true service, of never-failing courtesy -

nection that Tampa has, in the Tam- of fair dealing, of trust-worthy merchandise -

pa Bay hotel and grounds, owned by at right prices

the city, a capitol ready to'hand, that I Proprietors ORLANDO FLORIDA
could be conveyed to the proposed !

state of South Florida.-Tampa I II .

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Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 I'I'v.IIIII.II.llllllllllllllt
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-Edited By Miss Eliza Wrl&ht- TODAY Aliens"I 1 1II

Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254 5 cents :I

WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR Mrs. George Barry Mallon, of .

jp. I I Montdairf N. J., is a delightful acquisition TODAY'S PROGRAM
Jan. 29th-30th. ;:;
I I to the many prominent guestsnow Svery afternoon and eveningthis I Four Reels ALLIGATOR BAGS\
Friday making their homes at the New Gold Seat "Lucile Love." Ninth

3 P. M.-Equal Suffrage League I]I i Lucerne hotel having arrived this week i episode of" "Lucile Love, the Girl of I AT COST n
tea; Mrs. Helen Wright hostess. Mystery, in two parts.Powers. .
Nullos Club.Bridgeluncheon. i'I week to spend a while with her uncle "THE BABY SHOW" I II "The First Glass," featuring -, \Ve have a number of these bags in all sizes
; Miss Elizabeth !!and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Addison G. Florence aBrker. L .
Porter hostess. "i White, also of the same city. Mrs. i I Another good comedy. I that we will close out at cost. i, U
Poinsettia Club; Mrs. T. O. Brown Mallon is the wife of Mr. Geo. B. ----

hostess. I I I I Mallon, one of the able and brilliant I Mrs. Lester Bellamy, of Belmont, s
Bridge; Mrs. Wm. Edgar Fisher I !Ii. I LV
honoree; Mrs. S. H. Alleman. hostess. i writers with the Butterick Magazine DANIEL FROHMAN Presents N. Y., who spent the winter here II

Saturday II I Publishing company. Mr. Mallon was MARY PICKFORDas three years ago was in Lakeland this I

hostess.Auction Bridge Club; Mrs. Lawton I I for a number of years city editor on morning, having come down from

'the New York Sun. Orlando
to spend a few hours here.

Rosalind Card Party I I -o- -as- I It was her intention to spend the win- MANICURE SETS

The card at the Rosalind Proto and Mrs. F. D. Carr and Miss ter here, but getting comfortably lo-
party I !
Club yesterday afternoon was very Roberta Branch left yesterday for D ERE L L A cated in Orlando she decided to re- n AT COST 1

delightful eleven tables of bridge'' Fort Myers, where they will appearin mai nthere.-Lakeland Telegram.

players being the guests together I'i' concert at the auditorium of Any of the sets we have will be sold at very I w

with many others who brought the Gwynne Institute, this evening, under I figures. K
I the of the Ladies' .
auspices Friday
garments for the Belgians which they may;

are making and sewed and chatted. :Musicale.

The club room was beautifully dec- --0.- I LucerneTODAY STERLING

orated with the bignonia venesta vine Mrs. W. A. Hammerly, of Tampa, I
which grows so luxuriantly on the arrived in Orlando yesterday on a

exterior of the club house. The committee visit to her sister Mrs. R. S. Rowland ll SILVER PLATED

of which Mrs. Hauselt was , who has been.quite ill for sev-

chairman served turkey salad saltines eral days.

mints and coffee. .- "THE GAME OF LIFE"A

.- Miss Caldwell' of Magnolia avenue, I Kaybee Special Feature

Epworth League Party will entertain this afternoon for her complete in two parts. .A.llen Sz Co.

The boys of the Epworth Leaguewere friend, Miss Brown of West Virginia. A Great Paramount Picture in i

the hosts for a party at the par- --0.-

lors of the Methodist church last For Mrs. Gaskins Five Great Parts. "THE COLORED GIRL'SLOVE" .11 JEWELERS

evening. The Sunday school orches- Mrs. B. Giles
LeRoy charmingly
tra gave several selections after entertained with four tables of bridge EVERYTHING GUARANTEED PROMPT REPAIRING

which the pastor Rev. Ley made a A Keystone Komedy. A scream.
yesterday morning at her attractive HEAR "THAT ORCHESTRA"

splendid talk to the young people. A home on DeLaney street in honor of =1 [OEii: 1
quartette of the boys some good
sang Mrs? P. H. Gaskins, of Jacksonville.
numbers. Mr. Joe Woodnich gave a The "AN UNPLANNED
prize, a deck of playing
selection on an unusual instrumentfor I cards, was won by Miss MargaretHart Special Matinee Commencing at .11111111111191111.11111111111111111111111111111.1.
this German tambo- ELOPEMENT"An
country a
and the guest prize a corsage
ritzer. Mr. Gould 2 o'clock '
gave a bouquet of sweetpeas and violets, was Essany Drama. < W. S. Coleman. W. R. Rhan.
reading also a 'cello solo and Mr. won by :Mrs. Thomas Brodwater.A Second Performance starts .
Geo. Benschbach recited "Gone Witha
dainty luncheon of fruit salad,
Handsomer Man." Each boy in about 3.30
sandwiches and tea was served by the FOUR SPLENDID REELS

some way contributed to the evening's hostess, who was assisted by Mrs. Attend the Matanee in order SUN PROOF PAINT and sat-
entertainment several
servingthe Gray Rush, Mrs. Clayton Wister, and ".
isfaction inseparable as
are as
refreshments of hot chocolateand
Miss Fannie Robinson. Those presentwere that you may secure a seat.
cake. The boys and girls founda MONDAY-The First Episodeof freckles and red hair. Ask the
Mrs. B. C. Buxton, Mrs. H. L. "
the colors of the "Runaway June.
by league,
partner Beeman, Mrs. C. G. Westcott :Mrs.
The Exhibitors reason for Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co.,
and tied to-the can-
yellow white being W. M. Glenn Mrs. W. C. Essington, 10 cents 20 cents "
the bows the celling "ZUDORA. 205 So. Orange Avenue.
yellow being
Mrs. J. N. McElroy, Mrs. Paul Mc-
and the white the Mr.
boys, girls. Neil Mrs. Gordon Wright Miss Ada Phone 261
Geo. Benschbach was,chairman of the TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY I
Bumby, Miss Willie Person, Mrs.
delightful affair. The girls hope the Thomas Brodwater, Mrs. F. D. Carr, SAME LITTLE PRICES

boys will entertain them soon again. Mrs. Harriet Miller, Mrs. DeWitt Mil- WANTED-Two good second hand
bicycles at once; must have coaster
- ler, Mrs. Merle McElroy, Mrs. C. B. brakes; state price. Address A. J. II., .1.1111111111111111,1111111111111,1,11,11.1. ...
Mrs. Willard Dewel, of Louisville,
Robinson, and Miss Hart. care Sentinel. l-29-2t
Ky., formerly of this city is visitingMrs. -

J. H. Richardson, 703 Anderson
Quite a large delegation of DeLand POSITION W WANTED Middle aged

street. people visited Orlando last evening to white woman wants position; can FRANK A. CURTIS WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
--0.- and will do any kind of work; hotelor
attend the Rebekah lodge, which heldan
Here and There Club boarding cooking preferred. Ad-
interesting session. Among them dress J. C, care Sentinel. 1-29-lt
Mrs. Henry Green was hostess on '
were Mrs. Wondy Mrs. W. B. Bur- Established 1886 .
Thursday afternoon to the 'Here and
gess, Mrs. T. L. Osteen, Miss Ethel FOR SALE-Five: room house and
There" Club. The guests were the two extra lots, all joining, on Ohio
Osteen Miss Mamie Mrs. Vic-
regular club members and Mrs. Lombard avenue, Oakwood Park, for $590 cash.
tor Barr, and Mrs. C. O. Codrington. Apply at tent on ground. 1293t'Mr.
Mrs. Wood, Miss Alice Peck I CURTIS & O9NEALINSURANCE
and Miss Carrie Rappold. Vases of i I
NOTICEOf and Mrs. H. B. Thompson were
exquisite roses ornamented the liv-
additions to the local colony of"Buckeyes" -
ing room. The Victrola music was Application for Tax Deed Under I
now making their home in Or-
very enjoyable and Miss Peck gave Section 8 of Chapter 4S8S LOANS
lando. They arrived yesterday over
several delightful musical numbers. Laws of Florida
the Tampa Special and will spend the
Sandwiches and coffee were served.
Notice is hereby given that Mrs.C. remainder of the winter here. REAL ESTATE RENTALS
-0Country A. Bisbee of Orlando, Fla., pur-
Club Dance chaser of tax eertificate No. 1639,
dated the 6th day of June, A. D. 1899, Mr. L. T. Clanson, of Weirdale,
The night most ideal for
a one has filed said certificate in my office Fla. was among the visitors to Or-
the Country Club dance last evening. and has made application for tax deed lando yesterday. Mr. Clanson is the
of club issue in accordance with law. Said
Many the members and their to and
owner of a large prolific orange
revelled in the dances and certificate embraces the following described -
new .
property situated in Orange grove at McDonald, in Orange county.In
enjoyed the evening. thoroughly. county, Florida to-wit: the summer he conducts the Hill- FOR RENT---Bungalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main.

- Lot 6, J. T. Davis Addition to Or- side Inn, at Bethlehem. N. H.
Visitors in the city from Birmingham lando. The said land being assessedat Street.
the date the issuance of such
Ala. include of
:Mrs. B. C. John-
certificate in the name of Mary W.
son and Miss Mary B. Walker. They Knox. OSTEOPATHYDR.
Seven Room House South Orlando.
expect to spend some time in this sec- Unless said certificate shall be redeemed ,

tion and are making their home at according to law tax deed
will issue thereon the 2nd day of J. c. HOWELL
the San Juan. March A. D. 1915.on Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon Two New Five Room Houses, South West Orlando. .
- Witness my official signature and Kirksville Graduate
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Anderson of seal this the 29th day of January, Consultation Free
Jacksonville, are visitors to Orlando A. D. 1915. Office Cheney Block Opp. San Juan
I (Seal.) B. M. ROBINSON, HoteL -
this week and stopping at the San Clerk Circuit Court, Orange Office Phone 716; Residence 1018 I -

Juan. I' County, Florida. Orlando Fla. MMM9 > MieitMIM'tllllMIIMMMMMi- - IMMMI6CtCMtHllltlMlilliillim.

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Not merely few refinements, but the highest form of refinement The TIRE THAT STANDS FOR

.. at every point even to minor details. Full Floating Red Tube without a


Rear Axle; Timken Bearings; Electric Lights and Starter; No More\

Absolutely Size '*
Speedometer driven from Transmission

Price $860.00 fob Orlando.

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: I. W. Phillips & Sons Orlando Auto Supply Co.

|| 26 East Pine St. 210 South Orange Ave

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.. WANTED-Middle WANTED aged lady wants J.4ull1ber., La-ths and S11inglesORLAN"DO
SENTINEL nursing, or caring for an invalid.
207, care Sentinel. 1-28-lt

t- WANTSThe MANUFACTURE all classes of hair F
goods, prices reasonable and work
tt tI first class. Call and see us at 303;
t Garland street. 1-6-lmo

Morning Sentinel Want
Directory is the Greatest Want
. Ad Medium in Orlando. Friday night. $1.50 the couple .
; dancing only, 50 cents the couple. r
Terms Cash in Advance.

; For One Day ______________25t
f For Three Days ____________50c mere profitable crop can be Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection lime
, For Six Days ____-_______75e raised than large paper shell
For One Month ___________$2.50 Grafted trees bear pecans.
; young. W. H.
This rate applies on all ads of
25 words or less. If the ad con- Brokaw, salesman. Office, 116 South
tains more than 25 words the rate Orange. Phone 267. 1-28-12tc 1111111111111111111"" 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 r II...
Is always the Buyer's choice. will be one cent per word for

f There are but few corners, each additional word, for each in- NICE, LARGE FURNISHED ROOM,

E i and they are generally sold sertion.If you. can't bring your ad to 10-25-tf to adults only. 409 Delaney street. Sub-Tropical Mid-Winter ] |

the office telephone No. 24. Ac-
early.We counts opened by telephone will be BUYERS AND SELLERS
have a house on a payable the following day. I buy, sell rent, and exchange real
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., or zl. -moo FLA.
t good corner lot, all modern Every Home-Every Business- over 30 years. Have handled over a, .
f and up-to-date. Every Man has use for a 20000000. Call and see me.
Sentinel Want Ad. 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER.

A NEW HOUSE FOR CORNS, bunions ingrowing
FOR SALE nails see the chiropodist for men ,
! and women. L. J. Mustard over IcElroy.s -
t The price is very low for drug store, 117 Orange ave-
this grade of property. Call FOR SALE-At half price, Philo nue. Pedicure and manicure.
incubator, 50 egg size; Philo brooder 1-16-lmc
t in and let us take you out and 3 sizes. Both in A-l condition.T. Embracing-Agriculture Horticulture Floriculture Domestic
show it to B. Phillips, 405 East Pine street. ,
.- you today. l-28-3t Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry, .

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

: business center. porch with; pretty bath, front grounds porch and and fruit sleeping,bear Lake Fll1 L Lots t AreoplansLectures and Entertainments of all kindsA

t ORLANDO BUILDING [LAND COII office.in trees. Address M. E. H., Sentinel l-28-6tc notable feature of the Sub-Tropical Mid-Winter Fair will be an exhi-

bition of Angus, Short Horn and Herford Bulls by Messrs Cobb & Denny,

North Orange Avenue FOR SALE-A good piano, in first For Sale of York, Ala., with Graded Cows and Calves. These animals are warranted
class condition. Can be seen at the
PHONE 608 Orland hotel. Will make price $100if free of ticks and immune to cattle lever. The bulls will be offered for sale, and

sold at once. Address Mrs. Topliff, cattle owners who wish to improve their herds will have an opportunity cl get-
OPPOSITE SAN JUAN HOTEL Model Cafe. l-27-3tc
Four lots on PARK LAKE ting some fine stock.
H. BRYANT FOR SALE-Five room cottage, all and COLONIAL DRIVE EAST,
modern conveniences, completely well located for residences.
: DAVIS A GILES Counsel furnished, 307 Broadway avenue. Apply -For Information or premium list, address l
f. A. PEPPERCORN Contractor to Mrs. McDade, 312 Broadwayavenue. Large Live Oaks, 3 t bearing

1-27-lmo* orange trees. Garage. Low VVM. R. O'NEAL, Sec'y H. H. DICKSON, Pres. j !

FOR SALE-Six cylinder Thomas Price. Easy Terms, if de-
touring car, in good condition; four desired. .. , , ,. ., , MM i MBMtMIIIMf f i 11111111111.

; new$4,500 tires new; ;an will excellent sell cheap motor for;cash cost Phone 567, or apply at 108

"DIXIE tllED"Between or take a good Ford teuring car apart s Hillcrest avenue.
payment. Address P. O. Box ,
No. 2, Formosa, Fla. 1-26-61

FOR SALE-Candy, cigar and con Cut Flowers

J cksonrille, Chicago and St. Louis I fectionery store, at Week's Grocery, yor.tmiw i J I.
No. 124 West Church street. Good
Reestablished January 6, 1915 location and fine business. Inquireat Potted Plants .
above address. 1-26-lwk*
Northbound Daily Southbound i I

9:35 am Lv. JacksonveMacon Ar. 7:30 pm l FOR SALE-Ford touring car, 1913 See Our Grand DisplayCarnations
6:08pm Ar. : Lv.11:45 am L model, in first class order. Price
8:03 pm Ar. Atlanta Lv. 8:35 a $275. Am going North. AddressL s \
12:18 am Ar. Chattan'ga Lv. 4:37 am Auto, care Sentinel. 1.236t.L KINCAIflaiiff.SNO\'flEN\ '
4.50 am Ar. Nashville Lr.12.10
9:28 am Ar. Evansville Lv. 7:30pn FOR SALE-Two elegant two story
6:35 pm Ar. Chicago Lv.11:30 am. houses twins; close in; a good investment We will have .
2:59 to live in one and rent the a large
pm Ar. St. Louis>> Lv.215
pm! other, or both. Address owner, R. shipment this week.Special .
Bruce Perry, at the Water Works. Orlando's and
Solid Train Compartment-Observa 1-23-61 Largest Cheapest
tion cars, Standard Pullman cars and[
coaches, between Jacksonville and I FOR SALE-Country Gentleman SaleJams
Chicago. Standard Pullman sleepers I Golden Dent, Hickory King and HOUSECor
Jacksonville to St. Louis.DINING Stovell's Evergreen Corn. Get my FURNITURE
prices. J. L. Dean, City Drug Store, Jellies and Canned
CARS next to Arcade. 1-20-12tc Fruits.

FOR SALE-Modern home, 7 rooms, Main and Pine Sts. Orlando
Atlantic Coast hall, bath, screened porch, extra
Line large closets, and trunk room; locatedin
first class residential district; 5
Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. minutes from postoffice. For quick CARUTHERS & GORE -
sale will take $2,500. Terms. Inquireof
owner, 312 North Main. 1-20-12tc

KIRKLAND Tampa, Florida., D.P.A., FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock New Modern G : -
and tools best farm in county; va- y
riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- r
to-date: buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock
Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own- Phone 200
FOR SALE er. 1-16-tfc

No.1. FOR SALE-Story & Clark upright 6 and 8 East Pine St. '
Forty acres virgin pine tim- B Be tile 1'evi Year r lit

tion.ber three-fourths land 1000., on south mile from side of railroad lake front sta-,! Weeks sold grand for in piano benefit the recent won of by Baptist contest Miss will church Myrtle be ain

building fund. Piano may be seen
No. 2 Seventy-five at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E.
acres on lakefront
one-half mile from Forest City; Weeks, 10 Washington street. 9'
1-13-tfc .
six acres bearing orange grove; good
eight room house. $4,500 terms. I
; FOR SALE-To those only who have i and Heat
No. 3. Twenty acres, four miles cash capital to invest in winter Cook 1
from the city, on lake front; twelve homes; also big acreage in groves and DR. L H. RAMSDELL .
acres bearing orange grove; orange trucking lands. Address Box 814, OPTOMETRIST
crop recently sold two thousand three Orlando. 1-8-lmoc
hundred boxes. Three hundred boxesof (Sacceuol' to Dr. (r. t-. L2ki.}

grapefruit now on trees. $6,500; FOR SALE-30 acres land, 20 fenced, ORLANDO. - KLOK1LM
terms. 10 cleared ready for setting trees; WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES WITH .
close to depot, 3 miles from Orlando.
No.4. Lot 70x190 feet, brick
on Cheap if sold in 30 days. Lock Box
street; high class neighborhood. No. 4, 131mo"FOR ntwnr.U,REPAIRING

No. 6. Thirty acres near hard sur- SALE-One seven passenger
face road; one mile from railroad six cylinder automobile, 1 year old, Have You Noticed
station, on lake front; four acres first class condition. Don't answer
budded grove; six hundred boxes of unless interested. Address Bargain,
fruit; one hundred and fifty thousand care of Sentinel. 11-14-tf What is HappeningEast GAS
feet virgin pine timber. $3,000.J. .
E. CRAWFORD, of Orlando

Office, Orland HoteL Terms to Suit Purchaser ,
1-3-lno Good citrus and truck land, cleared, Directly Out
in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots, on
brick road to be built this year, two .
miles from Orlando. Phone 1024 4 Central Avenue?
rings,or write H. G.;Jackson, R. F. D.No. '
Dr. BuckmasterOSTEOPATH 2, Orlando, for appointment. lie
1-7-lmo TheliYou'll Surely IIaDDY Y

FOR RENT We offer for sale Seminole .

Park Lots, located just at the
Graduate of FOR RE-7-Nice, clean
Kirksville furnishedrooms
; all conveniences; large verandas .City on easy terms.

S. Orane Avenue : shady grounds; rates mod- I -
erate for season; close in. 205 Magnolia

avenue. l-28-6t Also 2y2 miles from the City
FOR RENT-Furnished or unfur- limits near Lake Underhill, 5
nished rooms, with or without acre tracts. Standing round
board. Apply 705 East Central ave- timber, good soil, surrounded by ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT CO.
PHONE 646 nue. 1236t'FOR
groves, and on easy terms. t
RENT-Large, attractive room. -
.FIRST CLASS REPAIRING ll-S-tfc Inquire No. 8 West Washington St. GAS DEPARTMENT

17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla. FOR IENT-SmaU flat modern conveniences ,
unfurnished. Jas. A.
Knoz. 11-3-tf Wtkins/ Block PHONE 504 ,


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r Apopka News Notes Belgium Looks To LETTERS TO-THE SENTINEL

Riverside Cal., Jan. 15, 1915.
From Oakland America For HelpThe I. THE OLD RELIABLEDANN'S
(By D. W. Clark) .Editor The Sentinel:

Apopka Ffa., Jan. 27.-Mr. Ledbetter I :No apology is required because of :
Oakland Fla. Jan. 27.-Mr. Hen- following letter is the third ofa
of Kissimmee, was here Monday the fact that a formal introductionhas TRANSFER
schen and Harold went over to Pied- :and Tuesday inspecting the machine series of letters to the publishersof I
not been "passed" between us, for
mont on Thursday by automobile to I shop of M. T. Anderson with a viewof the Sentinel, written from the war Dr. B. D. WIENENGA Prop.
get orange trees to plant on their purchasing same. He is very much zone by Dr. W. II. Gardner of Bloom- .I "stuck type" on plain matter and ,
interested in our town and will return ington. 111., a surgeon in a London annual tax lists for many long daysin
Gourd Neck property.Mr. soon and perhaps ocate here.T. hospital' : the Sentinel office, and I often re- Livery Draying and Hauling
and Mrs. Cecil Vick, of Winter M. Byars left here Wednesday Paris France Dec. .-The only vert in pleasurable memory to my ,

Park were over to see the home morning to visit his relatives at Du- medium that stands between Belgiumand residence in Orange county coveringa --

folks Sunday evening. Miss Dewey pont and expects his mother to accompany actual starvation is America. period of nineteen years.A .
returned with them for an extended him when he returns the America has been magnanimous to year ago I made the acquaintance WE GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE

latter part of this week, and they Belgium but she must continue to be. of Mr. E. Blodgett, now en-
visit.Mr.. Freeman of Evanston Ill, was I will spend the remainder of the win- It is hard for you folks back in peace. gaged in business here, who resided

in town Tuesday and expects to return ter here. ..ful comfortable America to realize for more than year in Orlando. He AUTO AUTO BUS AND TRUCK
to Oakland for a short visit. I Interest in the Sunday school of that the greatest tragedy in historyis has a warm place in his heart for ,

Mrs. J. S. McEwan and Mrs. Edwards .the Methodist church here continues taking place here and that you Florida and agrees with me that it

of Orlando were callers in 'to increase and the various classes all have a moral obligation to a sister has a far superior climate to California Country Driving for Eight or Ten Solicited
Oakland Tuesday.Mr. seem to be increasing both in interest country such as you have never had coupled with the ardent wish

Binks of River Forest Ill, was and attendance. The Sunshine class, before. :that we could be back there both in HORSES FOR SALE

the guest of Mr. Mather Smiht for taught by Prof. E. W. Fly, is very England and France have more I summer and winter. I

two days last week. interesting, while the adult ladies' than they can do to care for their I It is true however that the Pacific I 'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida
Mr. M. G. Pierson and mother tooka class taught by Mr. Matthew Hale, own needy, so Belgium is looking to I Coast offers greater advantages as to I!
trip to Jacksonville last week, to is also increasing in attendance and America is her only hope from actual I numbers than any place in America.

meet Mr. Pierson's wife, from De their midweek Bible study is attract- starvation. Every man and womanin Some "dry farming" is done in the I

troit. They went by auto to Sanford, ing a large attendance. The Wesley America should feel a moral obli- : state which means the natural rainfall -

then by boat up the famous St. Johns Bible class taught by D. W. Clark gation to do something, however '. for moisture, but the bulk of

3 river, returning the same way. They has a membership of about 20 and small, as the relief of these unfortu- fruit production depends soleyl on irrigation -

had a delightful trip. the class study is very interesting to nate people.We which costs about as muchas Am Leaving FloridaAnd
Rev. Sinks, of Bartow who has all. The attendance last Sunday was came over here on the 22nd the land is worth every year; and

been holding revival services in Win- 89, although the weather was inclem- and expected to take back about 3,000 then the tax: rate is a "stunner" to 'u'Specially Price my t\\'o Properties in Winter ParkA
ter Garden the past week preachedan ent. wounded to England for Christmas, Easterners-about per $1,000 val-
but on the 23rd we got orders not to uation in Riverside which embraces
excellent sermon on The Necessityof Alonzo Jarrett G. Harod and D. good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800
a Forward Movement Among W. Clark were business visitors in move until ordered. This is the 29th fifty-four sections of land for a pop- full bearing Orange Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two
Christians, at the Oakland church on Orlando Wednesday going over on and we are still here. We have just ulation that does not exceed twenty blocks of Public School close to Depot and Post Office. In addi-
learned that there have been some thousand souls. tion to making a home this property will make a yearly return on
Monday night. the train. the investment of from 10 to 25 per cent, according to crop and
The fishing of the past week has Mrs. Carl Lin was shopping in Or- raids on the coast of Dover which Los Angeles is apeing the fly on market conditions price $8,500.00; also

brought forth results. The hotel lando Wednesday.Our may be the answer to our detention. the rim of an automobile runnig fifty My Residence Property in Winter Park, 12-room New Modern
guests have enjoyed themselves in a citizens are making prepara- There is also a lively engagement miles an hour on an improved coun- dwelling with every city convenience. Lake front, 20 acres of +
rivalry as to who could catch the tion for the coming midwinter fair taking place today thirty-eight miles try road exclaiming at every rotationof land highly improved 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees irrigated
is close in well close
garden. Property located new
largest. Mr. W. B. Johnson, of New and we will have an exhibi tagain from Paris the nearest point of the the wheels "See what a cloud of Country Club House and Golf Links a property good enough for
York, landed an 8 pound bass Mr. this year which will be a credit to our Germans. They are sending all the dust I raised. Los Angeles claims to the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16,*
Clarence Lee, of Detroit one, 71-2 community. wounded from here possible to Eng- be "the largest city on the Pacific 500, and will give pessession in 30 days.
I'land and southern France. They evidently which is if See owner only. Write or phone me for a date and I will rend
pounds, and Mrs. Wagner, of Long W. B. Davis is still here representing coast, explained ( true) my car to any place in Orange County to show you these properties.
Island one, 5 1-2 pounds. the Southern Growers' company do not feel too safe about Par- by the fact that it has annexed all

The following arrivals at the hotel and may yet erect a packing house to is yet. out of doors but fails to explain why I ED. F. KEEZEJl
were registered the past week: D. C. handle fruit here. (The next letter from Dr. Gardneris there is a reign of terror and'an epidemic -
Howes and wife, of Orlando; E. T. The tower for the water tank of written from London and will appear of crime. Robberies of every and Florida's
Orange County's College City one of Prettiest places.
Paine, Altabata; Wm. D. Bonnett and the new water and light plant has in tomorrow's Sentinel.) degree from cold blooded murder to

wife New Rochelle N. Y.; A. D. Davis been erected and stands 53 feet high. petty sneak-thieving occur both day

and wife, of.Boston Mass.; H. M. On top of that tower will be placeda MAITLAND MENTION and night, and with these terrible
Smith Orlando. tank of 17,000 capacity which will facts before them they keep up the

Rev. Dr. Walcott, of the Highland supply water and the pressure will Maitland Flaft Jan. .-Mr. John senseless claim of "one million pop-
Park Episcopal church was the guestof be sufficient for all purposes. McCulloch arrived in Maitland Saturday ulation in 1920." And yet there are

Mr. and Mrs. Mather Smith Tues- C. A. Barnes, until recently editorof and will spend the remainder of thousands of idle men and women hear this before? Let the Delicatessen Man do it. +
day. He had been visiting his daughter the Apopka News has accepted a the winter with his family at Piney- there who "must eat," as Gov. John- Something new Something New !
at Jacksonville, and Mrs. O'Nealin position with. the Valley Gazette at croft. son said when he accepted a fee of Try it. Ask Abom. it.
Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
Orlando. He returned to Illinois Kissimmee and some one else will I Mr. Fred Vanderpool spent Sunday $40,000 to help Dalzell Brown l. the three or more

that day. now be selected to take charge of the i with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Van- convicted thief from getting a longer Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
Mrs. Forrest Dabney Carr enter- News here.A I derpooi. sentence in the state prison. Peoplein COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES

tained the bridge club at Orlando, heavy rain visited this section "\Irs. Scandrett and Mrs. Burt, this pilgrimatic town remain at POTATO SALADJ.

Thursday aft.moon. Mesdames B. C. Wednesday.The daughter and granddaughter of the I I home after dark in the fear of being R. TRESBER J. E. NICHOLSON'S
Du=on and Mather Smith were the largest attendance that has late Bishop Whipple, are occupyingone robbed. Three women were held up 26
Phone Bakery
honored guests. Delicious .refresh- been present at the board of trade of the cottages on Maitland Inn and robbed here from 5 to 6 p. m., on .
mens were served. her ein a long time turned out last I grounds for the remainder of the frequented streets. Last fall a friend -

Mrs. S. M. McCook, of Leesburg, Monday night and when Gen. Tib- season. residing here visited San Diego for a _
gave an interesting talk at the church betts called to order there were more Mrs. J. Sutherland Stuart, of the day taking a room for which he paid 4
Thursday entitled "The Needs of the than thirty present. After the read- Maitland Inn, left Thursday for Glens $1. Since the opening of the fair .
Age." He is out working for prohi- ing of minutes and standing commit- Falls, N. Y., where she will visit' her there he again visited San Diego put-

bition under the W. C. T. Un and tees' reports the packing house prop- son and relatives. .ting up at the same. place and occu- ORLANDO ROOFINGAND
was en route to Lake county to do osition was discussed and also a can- Services were held on Sunday morn- pying the same room, for which he

some work for\Mrs. McCook, who is ning factory proposition was intro- ing at the Church of the Good Shepherd paid $2.50. See? .
the district president in that section, duced and discussed. A committeewas the Rev. Dr. Cobb of Orlando In conversation with a gentlemanon
so made this appointment, wishing to appointed to visit the various officiating. Dr. Cobb will also have a street car in Los Angeles he SHEET METAL CO.

shoe his interest in this union and growers with Mr. W. B. Davis and charge of the services next Sunday. said he had been badly swindled in

the people of Oakland.Mr. I secure pledges for the twentyfivecars Miss Turner of Binghamton N. Y., the purchase of an orange grove near

and Mrs. Hatfield and Mr. and of 1915 crop which will insure is the guest of Miss Mary Ely. Alhambra sayign that in Illinois he Metal Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos
Mrs. Teasley were Orlando visitorson the erection of the packing house Mr. L. H. Niver returned Tuesday tried to be honest in all dealings with ,

Thursday.Mr. here. No definite action was takenin from Dr. McEwan's sanitarium in Orlando his fellow men, but in this case, in and Rubber RoofingsCornices

and Mrs. Chas. Lee of Cler- regard to the canning factory. where he underwent an opera- California, he would unload his groveon
mont, were pleasant callers in town tion for appendicitis.Mrs. "another dupe." What can be expected Skylights. Healing, Ventilating, Metal Ceilings

Saturday.The WHY THE ENGLISH EXCEL AS L. L. Stone left Thursday for in a country where four out
sympathy of the entire com- Bethune, S. C., o visit her mother.Mr. of five ranches and lots are mort-
FIGHTERSIn Works: 14 E. Church St. ORLANDO
munity is extended to Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Knowles arrived in gaged?

Donald and family in their loss sus- the February American Magazine Maitland from Guilford, Conn., on "TIIEFOR."
tained the death of his father located for
by at Wednesday. They are the
Will Irwin special war corre-
Orlando. Mr. MacDonald had come spondent for that publication writesa winter in the Owens cottage. Get the news first in the Sentinel.

from Providence R. I., accompaniedby remarkable article entitled "Eng- Mrs. Anthony, from the Inn, left
a daughter to join his son, but Tuesday for New York, N. Y.
land the Puzzle-Are Her People Coolor JONES GOES JUST THE SAME
the too tax for Mr. R. L. Sumner from is
journey was great a Bellaire
Asleep? Brave or Blind? It is
his feeble condition of health. a highly interesting account of Eng- visiting friends and loking after his SOMETHING NICE I
here for few
lish imperturbability full of stories property a days.
LETTERS TO THE SENTINELA Morris Hill is visiting his sister I
showing the English attitude toward
Mrs. Charles Land in Eau Gallic. Two Beautiful Building Lots
this war. On the subject of English _
year ago the convicts at Joliet imperturbability Mr. Irwin writes in Mrs. T. G. Clare of Atlantic City, On South Orange Avenue My bus line which has been serving you for fourteen

IlL, were thinking of printing a prison part, as follows: Mass, is here visiting her son and Lake Lucerne months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the
near splendid -
paper with an ex-banker as editor daughter at the Claire Fernery.Mr. .
of which class there was no lack. It "The English imperturbabilityithas J. S. Stiggins of Birmingham view of the lake, only same time it always has.
so many sides! I take it, from
was an easy matter to get the mate- Ala., who has been visiting his par- 2 1-2 blocks from business TIME TABLE
testimony on all hands, that as an individual -
rial-presses and But ents in off in Mait nice shade
type. a printer. your Englishman is the best Tampa stopped center big trees

In that, the largest prison in the I fighting man out there on the line. land for a few days visit with .Mr. shrubbery, &c., adjourning Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front ot Evans, The Jeweler.
state of Illinois there was not and Mrs. Brock Hill.
'The Belgians and French admit it lot* to one of the best res
one printer consequently no prison :openly, and the Germans tacitly. He Mrs. S. Thornton who has been in dences in city.-For sale by WEST BOUND EAST BaUD
paper. The same conditions then existed :was made for this kind of warfare Georgia the past two weeks on busi- Read Down Read Up
in Ohio. ness, returned and is with Dr. and WALTER. ROSE
endurance of nerves under
Ann Professor, receiving a stipend .II days and days of strain from noise Mrs. Tucker at the Herbert cottage. REAL ESTATE I I.'A.M.' P. 1\1. :A.1\1. P. I.P.; 1\1.
equalling a printer's weekly salary,
and battering count more than dash- Rooms I A 3 Watkins Block
for this ponderous theory: "That ing courage. NINETEEN TRAMPS\ WERE AR- Phone ss Orlando I 6:30; 10.15 3:00: I 9.30 .30 6.00

printers were classed as skilled labor "Of course he is a professional or RESTED AT OCALAA Ocoee I 7:30,11.15, 4.00 !8.3C 12.30 5.00
and received larger salaries than Winter Garden 430,8.1512.154-45
a volunteer and therefore a natural 7:45jll:3C
common labor." Several editorial I fighter while the others are conscripts band of nineteen tramps were Oakland i 8:00---: : 4:3c 8.00- 430c
comments made at that time by rounded west of the .
were up city yesterdayand --
with the fighting men and the -: =- -- -=--=- =- --== -:
editors, a class supposedly closer to I peace men all mixed up. But that 'lodged in the city jail by the

the printerman than any one, but I doesn't wholly account for it. The county officials, prior to being takento
none advanced the learned professor's i answer is this quality of self control Bartow this morning. Five of the ORLANDOCO MAGRUDER'S"Country

theory for the good citizenship of said this ability to shut his imagination number succeeded in breaking down
printerman.The I this imperturbability. That is the iron door of their cell and escaped ,
true cause of these conditionsare I some time before daylight. The
why gets such comfort as he may
: The printer allows his con- ,out of life in the trenches why he tramps were given a hearing in Judge 26 WEST PINE STREET Club Car Service"LEAVES
science to work while he is spendingthe .manages Thompson's court yesterday and six I
to maintain in the midst of
princely salary the learned pro- war, some of his fastidious personal were dismissed. The eight remain- PHONE 122 II I
fessor speaks of-equal ratio of that habits why after'a week under fire, ing were taken to Bartow this morn- I EMPIRE AND SAN JUAN 9 AJVI. AND 2 P: L
of a hole in the doughnut to the nuta ing.-Ocala Star. f
he takes and Lovf
a sleep a wash-up and
Best Plumbing at P.M. and 5.30 P.M.
necessary ingredient for the good falls to playing football as thoughhe RETURN FROM COUNTRY CLUB 12.30
were in camp at Aldershot. PILLANS est PricesWe Service from any Hotel in the City by calling PHONE 31.

packing houses resumed opera- One day last week the Menge A new, modern up to date five are not in the combine. ROUND TRIP $1.00. FARE ONE WA? 50c.
tions at Plant City last week and 29 steamers brought six cars of fruit room bungalow is in process of con- SLAUTER'S latest inventions usedon

cars left that point, distributed as from Caloosahatchee River points to struction for Dr. P. P. Pillans on all firstclassPlumbing:
follows: May & Wiggins, 16; W. C. Fort Myers, two from Alva, two Edgewater Terrace. It will be com-
for the SentinelNewsy.Briefs .
Lipcomb, 6; Robert Daniels, 4; and W from Denaud and two from Orange pleted in a short time by Contractor Construction Subscribe
J. Hawkins 3.-Florida Grower. River. Town send. J


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leathers.out. We have your size and styles in all

# Men's $4.50 Shoes ________________$3.48 Men's $6.00 Shoes _------------___$4.89
1 Men's $4.00 Shoes ________________$2.98 Men's $5.00 Shoes --------------3.79

' Men's $3.50 Shoes ________________$2.79
We heartily recommend this style to
Ladies Shoes in New Lasts,
men of fashion who desire to be dressed Up-to-Date -
i with Kidney heels all sizes and widths, at -
l'' J 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 iy' '-

1t Prices on Suits and Overcoats. $5.00 values at __________________$3.98
r $4.50 values at __________________$3.33
"I $4.00 values at __________________$3.17 $
I $15.00 Suits and Overcoats at10.75 $3.50 values at ..._________________$2.79 -
d .: $18.00 Suits and Overcoats at$12.75 $3.00 values at __________________$2.29

rI 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 1H/4 to 6, $2.50 values at$1.98 I
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$25.00 Suits and Overcoats at$18.75 J
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Many wonderful bargains in our after supper sales, ann it will pay you to take advantage -

of these exceptional offerings. .

SILVER TEA SPOONS, 3rd Floor, extra heavy BOYS SUITS, these are all new and cut in the LADIES GLOVES, Leatherette and Chamoisette,......
plate, Rogers 1881, beautiful patterns, many latest styles, made of a good quality of all wool Long and Short, in Black, White and Cham-
jewelery stores would ask you $1.75 and $2.00 material, a splendid line of patterns and colors oise,, $1.00 quality, Saturday Night Special _____50c
for these in our Saturday Night Specials, for
a set of six! _________________________________60c to choose from, a regular $3.50 and $4.00
quality, Saturday Night Special ____________$2.48
WOOL DRESS GOODS, in plain, plaids and fancy
SUGAR BOWLS, beautifully decorated Austrian
these all worth
weaves good are regular
China, a regular 20 cent value, Saturday for Misses Children.
Night Special ______________________________lOc SWEATERS Ladies and We $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50, Saturday Night Special25c
have them in all styles and colors. Saturday

Night Special at __________________HALF-PRICE
LADIES ALL WOOL" UNDERWEAR, shirts and TALCUM POWDER, one of the Best Brands, de
drawers in white, red, grey and Jager, worth
lightfully perfumed, in full lb. cans, 25c. quality -
regular $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50, Saturday
)Night Special 48c REED BASKETS, Atbeautiful Department, 2nd Floor Saturday Night Special __________________19c
These are hand-made Baskets, decorated -
with plaster cast flowers, and
BUNGALOW APRONS, made of good quality of : so e'O
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markable low price. This is a wonderful opportunity Animated Weekly Extra Fancy No.2 Tomatoes, $1.00 value, per do2...75c
Extra Fancy Early June Peas, $1.80 value, dozen$1.40Extra
to purchase Shoes for your children Victor-Drama, Kerrigan,2 Reels
at Half-Price and less than Half-Price, sizes Fancy Maine Corn, $2.10 value, per dozen$1.40
8V to 2, in Patent, Kid and Gun Metal Leathers A Captain of VillainyJoker Ready Maid Soups, all varieties, $1.20 value, per
worth regular up to $2.50, Saturday Comedy dozen _______80c
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t Messrs. W M. Larkin and J. An-
derson, of Apopka, were among the
representative citizens of West Or-
ange transacting business at the / '
county capital yesterday.Do Y Y // / \ J Y

you know that my price of $2.50
w. for tuning a piano is the standard,
prevailing price throughout the United
State? Why pay more? Mack,
licensed tuner, phone 218, the Willola.Mr. .

Fends f for the Exposition Trip W. H. Westal, who purchasedthe
home of Mr. H. C. McDaniels, on
With "A.B.A." Cheques, you wi'.l:l avoid many worries in Lake Ivanhoe, was yesterday joined
regard to your "travel money"-when you go to the Expo by his wife and son, Mr. Chas.

sition, or anywhere else in the Unt ed Siatts. T'icy are much Westalal, who arrived from Ashe- :: :. ., . :. '
safer to carry than cash. There is ro "red tape" in ville, N. C. ., -. '
using them-just counter-si1n' a c'.icqae and pay jour bill.! Your comfort and prosperity for
Hotels. t i.'lT ,
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; $'
these c' 1 yesterday afternoon on the Tampa .
&. r..9 American Special, where they expect to spend \ HC9HS
.B.A A bankers ocat.on Ch equesf several weeks. They have rented
their home, 500 Anderson street, to .
Mr. Geo. W. Padgett and family. depends upon yourself and your

'& connections. .
The Sentinel received a pleasant
-1 Pmd-i-aibc F10ufwnc' <
f t fj1 visit last evening from Mr. and Mrs.E. .
vp L. Rowland, Mr. W. B. Burgess, A savinzs or checking bank account
and Mr. A. B. Codrington, of DeLand,
( in this institution is a positive step
who accompanied a delegation from
t 4 t 4tM'i n n that city to attend a meeting of the ., : for-ward.

I Orlando Rebekahs.Mr. .. .

Cyrus Heeth, who has been visiting f SaT nt l.PJ t.
his uncle, Mr. II. T. Butler, at

his home, 12 Gore avenue, left yes- .",..',' ..., .',,.. ..-
afternoon for Thomasville, {
t terday ; .;. .
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tJ J Ga., to look after business interests. ,'-." .'.,,' .','., '";.", <,',,''.'" .:-"
tj.L ::1 sj Mrs. Heeth and daughter, Miss LucyB. a

j.t j. ., and his sister, Miss Florrie Heeth, ;'\\IW: # :; gii1f?
who are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Butler, : ,
t will remain for several weeks. ,
Banh of Orlando
t The State i .

; I Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Glover are recent ; < : "
T --- arrivals here, coming from Jacksonville ::1 Yr\ : ;':" \
e yesterday afternoon over the D:1:I ftID "D'
Mrs. Medlin, Miss Medlin, Miss Line. from .ij ..:. .J' ; '1
AND PLRSONAL Atlantic Coast They are .. .- -: '- !r"Y' ". 4 ,
LOCAL .J.Jwas Harrison, Jacksonville; Messrs. Bridgeport, Conn., and are visiting ..:. : . :; >:: : :
Woodruff and W. J. Thigpen, Sanford, Orlando for their first time. Naturally

Dr.an J.Orlando W. Simpson visitor, of yesterday.Mr. composed idians spending a congenial yesterday party in Orlando.of Flor- this part they of Florida are much and pleased expect to with remain ::- ::.\:'.:.:.,:.. ,:>:',\. ,.:'::.J.::::.r" '.;.. ,.,.. .., : '. '.'., .: ..::-' : ..,..::. ":':''-.:'.';.:: :"'.. :....::/.,' ,:" : :t-?(:):!;:Y :"';:\-:.

for a month or more.
M. 0. Overstreet left yester-
Messrs. W. S. and F. E. West, who
: Jacksonville and Atlanta on ,
have been in Orlando for several Mr. J. F. Sullivan, one of the
a business mission.Mr. weeks, were called to their homes in staunch citizens of Winter Garden,
Glens Falls, N. Y., on business. They
spent a couple of days in Orlando this
the well
Gabe Long, one of
left yesterday morning. week. He visited the county capitalto i
known citizens of Chuluota, transacted I
attend the auction sale of choice
business in Orlando yesterday.Mrs.
residential lots which had been ad- I
Two vertised Messrs. Smith & Hayesto NON fXPLOSIYf
L. C. Massey returned last Handsome by A
night from Baltimore, Md., where she I II take place on Wednesday, but ,
which account of the inclement
Lake on
has been spending some time. Front
weather, was postponed until Saturday -
Mrs. J. S. Watson, one of the well I Grove and Home January 30th. d
known citizens of prosperous
was among the visitors in Orlando
yesterday. PropertiesOne

Mr. G. S. Sandford, of Macon, Ga., McElroy' Phaifflacy P . t
spent yesterday in Orlando in the interest .
of the Eberson Paint company, of them is the prettiest "

$t. Louis. lake front property in EXCLUSIVE AGENTS '"

I the State of Florida, with 1
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Kenmire are recent -
arrivals in the city from Wilkes- I a large acreage and a most
barre Pa. They are located at the modern home.
San Juan or an indenite stay.
The other has a fine '

Rev. Geo. W.-Reeves, pastor of the I grove, with modern improvements -

Methodist church in Apopka, was and worthy of
among Orlando's visitors and a pleas- any further improvementsdesired. The -j
ant caller at the Sentinel office. .
Transients in the city making the These are high priced SAN
'San Juan headquarters are EdwardJ. properties, but they are
Reis, Philadelphia; R. S. Fendrick, both big bargains. 5hePodet Slave flat 1
Pittsburg; Sam Mayer, Tammany JUANDo burns Lava Fuel.

oung New York city. - -
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Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Beck arrivedin I
Orlando yesterday from Kansas S.G.D Dolive & Son

City to spend several days. They
Public :
I To The
will go to Tampa to take in the Gas- REAL ESTATENo. you realize the com
parilla carnival after seeing the Sub-

tropical Midwinter Exposition. Aftera 3 WEST PINE STREET forts of steam heat, run
trip down in the Manatee section
they will return here to remain until I Second FloorMmiltMIMMIMMIMIilitlMIIIMIMilMMIMJ ning hot and cold water
April. Besides reviewing each today, take
; and telephone in your
.' I room. You will find all of thought of every tomorrow, for those who \. '

these conveniences in every get ahead are the ones who look ahead. ? ,,
Europe's room in the San Juan. : .
To look ahead means to be prepared .r ci
Add to this comfortable
the convenienceof when opportunity knocks at the door.
parlors, halls and receptionroom

the Ambition can always achieve when the
= with night and day

service, and you have all financial foundation is solid. Convert a .

the up-to-date service that share of :your earnings into a saving each

.. you will get in the best week and your ambition will be realized in

Officers and men are wearing : hotels in the large cities. the future. h
them. We have them in Gold, :

Silver and Gold Filled---both for : This institution offers a safe depositoryfor s r ;

Ladies and Gentlemen. : those who look ahead. On Savings

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Prices the Lowest When :
Always Accounts we pay 4 per cent interest. -
Quality is Considered. :

T. H. EVANS .j... Orlaildo n Bank & Trilsi t C COffipally

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