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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
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Publication Date: January 30, 1915
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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VOLUME r- TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1915. NUMBER 302.





I ANOTHER AIRSHIP RAID ON DUNKIRK I




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DISPATCH MANS'AT SECOND DUNKIRK CONFIRMS TRIAL GER- ORLANDO OF ELIJAH MOURNS HAND DEATH VILLA STILL HAS ADVANTAGE IN PEACE AfTER GERMANISM :





DUNKIRK IMPORTANT FRENCH BASE MEXICO CARRANZA NEAKENINGVILLA

PIONEER RESIDENT DIED ; IS CRUSHED IF

YESTERDAY AFTER A 1 300,000LIVES

Object of Germans Is to Destroy I
LONG ILLNESS HOLDS MONTEREY,
Headquarters of General i I ___ NO IMMEDIATE STEPS TO
SALTILLO AND WHOLEOF

French, Commanding Came to City Thirty Years Ago

British Forces and Attained Success- NORTH MEET DEFICITADMINISTRATIVE I ARE NECESSARY

Funeral Will Be Held

London, Jan. 29.-German forces of TomorrowThe OBREGON HAS ONLY10OOOTROOPSTo LEADERSAT -


great tle of strength Soissons.have Two renewed attempts the bat-to many friends of Elijah Hand Hold Mexico City Carranza WASHINGTON HAVE ORLANDO DAY WILL BE SEMI-OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT -

SHOWS SPIRITOF
cross the Aisne have been made to were grieved yesterday to hear of LITTLE FEAR

the seat of Soissons. Both attacks his death which occurred at 4 o'clock. Must Keep Troops There, BIG AFFAIR RUSSIA

were repulsed by the French. For nearly three years he had been Defend Vera Cruz and Will Wait Till End of Year

The first. was made at a point in health and although' his death
poor Before to
Taking Steps
Guadalajara WAR SHOULD BE PROLONGED[
known "the Mill of Rocks" and
as was not unexpected it came as a I Further Increase the MANY FROM ORLANDO TO

the second was directed against the great shock to Orlando people who .
Washington Jan. 29.-After cab- ATTEND SEMINOLE
bridge head held by the French to the had known :Mr. Hand for many years a Revenue Petrograd Wants Victory at
inet meeting today at which the recapture COUNTY FAIR
north of the Venzel bridge.In and who loved and respected him.
of :Mexico City by Carranzawas I Washington, Jan. 29.Administration Cost of Men and Durationof
retaliation the French aviators
He was 59 years, six months and nine
made a night attack with bombs on days old. discussed, Secretary Bryan said leaders will take no immediate Immense Parade Will Leave the Titanic
there would be no change in the policy steps to meet the threatened deficitin
the camps of,the German troops. The The funeral services will be held Orlando to Participate in Combat
of the with referenceto
government the government's revenues. Their
bombs rained on the trenches and tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock from First Fair at
the :Mexican situation. plans today were to follow out the
dugouts occupied by the invaders for
the late home and will be conductedby
Petrograd, Jan. 29. In connectionwith
"The of Mexico SanfordThe -
occupation City by decision of yesterday's conference be-
three hours, from 11 o'clock last nightto the Rev. Dr. Jno. W. Stagg, pastorof
two o'clock this morning. Obregon with 10,000 troops was offi- tween President Wilson cabinet mem- the sitting duma, an important
the Presbyterian church, of which
Two aviators were engaged in the church the deceased was an ardent cially reported to the state depart- bers and congressional leaders at committee appointed at the semi-official pronouncement as to the

attack which centered on the Germanstronghold member. Following the funeral ser- ment today. which it was'determined there was no last meeting of the Orlando Board of attitude of the government towardsthe

in the region of La Oinle vices the remains will be shipped to The state department summarizesthe pressing need for legislation to increase Trade to work up interest in the Sem- war appears' in the Bourse Ga-

Fere and at points across the river the old home at Shelbyville, Ind., for situation today substantially as revenues.It inole county fair to be held in San- zette. The communication refers to
follows: was agreed to await the end of
from Soissons. No report of the extent interment.The ford, 3 4 5 and
February , 6, held its
the of the of
of the damage has been made in 'The advantage is still with Villa, the fiscal year, when the government tumors possibility con-
late :Mr. Hand was born July
the official received from as Carranza has control only of Vera would know better the effects of the first meeting yesterday afternoon in cluding a separate peace with the
communique 20, 1855, at Shelbyville, Ind. Thirty
Lord & Bradshaw's office.
Cruz, Mexico City and Guadalajara, and could then better
European war
Paris tonight. dual monarchy, or at any rate with
he left Indiana, deciding to
years ago while Villa has possession of Monte- decide what course to take. Secre- The committee composed of Messrs.H. .
Confirmation of the Berlin
reportof cast his fortunes in the South. He Hungary.It .
rey, Saltillo, and the whole of the tary McAdoo, in announcing the decision H. Dickson, J. N. Bradshaw, S. A.
the attack German airmen
by on came to Orlando immediately and. affirms that such ideas are de-
north. Villa has an army of 35,000, of the conference, said he still Johnson, J. H. Reese and Josiah Fer-
Dunkirk contained in the French
was grew up with the town, attaining respect -i void of foundation and continues:
while our figures give Carranza only stood by his estimate of a ten million ris, want all who can possibly go on
statement. The raid carried out
was gaining many friends and establishing "Peace will be made only after a com-
about 25,000. dollar deficit but pointed out that de- Orange county day Thursday, Feb-
at midnight of January 28. It was
and final
a furniture and undertak- plete victory over Gernufiism. -
the second German raid on Dunkirk ing business, now controlled by mem- "In order to hold Mexico City, Car- ferred corporation and personal income ruary 4, to give their names to one .
of them.
within week. ranza must keep at least ten thou- tax payments would counterbalance -
a bers of his family. "Only in that event can enduring
sand troops there, and must also be loss in The start will be made from in
This French coast town is the an apparent revenue.
general When his health failed three years tranquility prevail in Europe.
front of the San Juan hotel at 9
ready at all times to defend Vera officials with
Treasury revival -
a
of General French say
headquarters : ago he sold his furniture business to "This result could actually be obtained -
I Cruz, and Guadalajara. As a consequence of business there will be a o'clock, sharp. :Mayor Sperry, Mr. H.
commander of the British expeditionary his brother, Oscar, and to his son, H. Dickson, president of the Sub- now, but for its attainment it
he will be at the mercy of the marked increase in customs receiptsin
forces and it is believed the ob-
Carey the firm name now being Os- would be necessary to sacrifice 200-
combined forces of Villa, which we the next five months. They expect tropical Midwinter Exposition, and
of the air raiders is
ject to
destroy
car & Son, and later disposedof 000 or 300,000 lives.
these headquarters. Hind are informed he keeps in tact for the large importations of sugar in the Mr. W. R. O'Neal, the secretary and
his undertaking business to his "Rather than bring about such a
treasurer will lead the
ultimate purpose of having a pitched spring. Although there is no accu- procession,
son. Carey Hand. and it is especially desired that all slaughter the government is fully assured
battle with Carranza. As soon as rate data available on which to esti-
IT COST $11,465.20 TO PAVE WEST .
The deceased is survived by his of final victory to our arms
CENTRAL AVENUE possible he will get hold' of the oil mate the income tax revenue for this cars keep in the rear. Upon reaching
widow, Mrs. Clara Hand, and two and thinks it better that the war
fields, as he is now at Monterey and fiscal year, treasury officials are plan- the city limits a stop will be made to
sons, Carey and Harry Hand; one should be prolonged.
The recent paving of West Central Saltillo, which control the coal fields.In ning more efficient collection meth- enable them to enter Sanford in line
grandchild, one sister, Mrs. E. Wood-
other words, he has the producingpart ods. Every effort, it is said will be formation.
cost the $11-
avenue property owners ward, and two brothers, Oscar and Vienna Press Demands That Government -
465.20 and yesterday the Council of Mexico in his grasp and is made to get the last cent out of this Arrangements have been made by
City
Townsend Hand, all residents of Or- Take Over All
the
: public spirited citizens to make
ordered the resolutionsand bound to succeed in the long run. law.
necessary lando. Food Stocks
Seminole county's first fair one long
The dispatches to the departmentfrom
assessment rolls to be drawn. Mrs. Hand's. sister, Mrs. Charles Venice, via London Jan. 29- Dispatches '
to be remembered. It will be ,
givenin
Vera Cruz that Carranza SEVERAL WATER PLUGS WILL
say
The council alsd ordered the bill of
Cheney, and Mr. Cheney, and JamesL. from Vienna state the city
has issued several new decrees, one HAVE TO BE MOVED a modernized way and will be held
$180.28 due the Alabama Paving company Copeland, a cousin of Mrs. Hand, on the main streets of Sanford. council and the press are demandingthat
of these abolishing the office of jefe :
for the streets to be .
repairing all of Shelbyville, are in Orlando. the Austrian government imme-
have been secured how-
politico as a useless relic of the old One water plug on Lake Eola and Buildings ,
paid. The sympathy of the many friendsin diately confiscate all stocks of grain,
I regime. Another admits wheat free six water plugs on Lake Lucerne will ever, for the cattle, poultry and horseshow
Orlando, Orange county and this flour and meat.
A. C. L. FREIGHT CAR BLOCKAGE of duty for two months, and decreases have to be moved nearer the respective exhibits. Orange county will
I section of Florida are expressed to The press, the dispatches state, de-
CASE DISMISSEDH. the legal duty on flour to three lakes on account of the recent send up a large delegation on next
I the sorrowing family. Mr. Hand clare a catastrophe threatens unless
.
___ I centavos per kilogram.' Another decree paving improvement. An order requiring Thursday and if you have a car join
came to Orlando when the city was the confiscation is adopted, and it de-
permits divorces and the marri- this was made at yesterday'smeeting procession.
R. Newman arrested Officer
by
in its infancy and grew up with it, nounces the selfish attitude of certain
of the divorcee. of the City Council.
Carter for leaving a freight car on : giving every effort to aid in its devel'! age WIGHT BUYS BLOCK OF STOCK Hungarian agriculturists' who, it is

the Seaboard Air Line tracks at Cen- : opment. He, too, kept pace with the IN REALTY CO. claimed, are hiding thousands of tons

tral avenue, blocking the sidewalk, city's progress, rising rapidly until of grain and flour.Responding .
ARCHITECTS TO ORLANDO
BOY SCOUTS TO ASSISTDuring
was discharged yesterday in police he leader and the
was a one of the city's A. E. Wight, of Caribou, Me., has to appeals of all

court by :Mayor Sperry. Fred John- most substantial and successful busi- purchased a block of stock from H. owners, the Austrian government has

son arrested by Officer Benton for i ness men.BOARDMANS. consented to the employment of prisoners
Carl in the -
Midwinter Fair Week State Association of Designersand Dann Orange County
getting
drunk fined
$5.
was of war in field work.
SALE Troops 3 and 4 Will Be of Craftsmen to Hold Investment company, which is one of I

ATTRACTING QUITTING INTERESTF. IS Great Assistance to Meeting Here in county the largest, owning corporations about 500 in lots Orange in the i I j I I

TWO JOYFUL MESSAGESOrange ROCKEFELLER
N. Boardman is offering many Visitors FebruaryThe northeast part of Orlando, Colonial DENOUNCES

attractive bargains in his "Quitting
Park, Altaloma, and 300 other lots, I
Sale" advertisement on another page When you are in need of informa- Florida Association of Archi- 'I -
also several other large tracts sub-
County Highway Bond in today's Sentinel. The sale began tion regarding the location of some tects will hold its annual meeting in Head of Miners' Union in Colorado
ject to division. Dr. A. J. Taylor, of
Money Credited to the Monday, January 11, and will continue business, street, or desire assistanceof Orlando Thursday and Friday Feb- Caribou, Me., is president of the company 'I I Leaves Investigating .

until all the stock kind look for with the 11 and 12. Murray S. King
Depository Bank is disposed of. any a boy ruary ; H. Carl Dann is vice-president, Committee After Assailing *
sacrifices white ribbon his hat with the and L. Percival Hutton were responsible -
YesterdayCashier Many are being made and on and
T.
George Barr, of Greenville, S. Rockefellers
I the sale is getting the public eye. wording "Ask Me. It will be a Boy for bringing the convention to c., is secretary and treasurer.

Scout of Orlando and on whom you Orlando. The complete program will
Dow of the Peoples Na-
I New York, Jan. 29.-John W. Law-
depend. be announced in a few days. I

tional Bank, the depository for the I BELOVED WOMAN DEAD may Troops 3 and 4 of Orlando, throughthe I Ii The officers of the association are: BUCKEYES MEET MONDAY son, head of the miners' union of Col-
of the
funds Orange county highway laws of scouting, will render such President, George L. Pfeiffer, Lemon orado, who is a member of the work-

bond issue, yesterday received the I --- services during the fair week, or any I:I City; first vice-president, M. L. El- ingmens' committee who caled on '

following messages: Mrs. Catherine D. Ladson Died other time, and all are asked to feel liott, Tampa; second vice-president, At Tourist Headquarters Monday John D. Rockefeller Jr., left the

(1)) "We remit to your credit Han- I Friday-Funeral Was I free in relying on them. Rutledge Holmes.....Jacksonville; secre-
February 1, There meeting this afternoon with a denun-
over National Bank $173,680.21 for Held Please remember, a Boy Scout will tary and treasurer, E. H. Ehmann,

Orange county bonds.-Fifth-Third Yesterday not accept a tip for kindness, and we Jacksonville; directors, Murray S. Will Be Meeting of ciation for the Rockefellers.

National Bank of Cincinnati." AfternoonMrs. ask you to assist the Scout officialsin King, Orlando; F. J. Kennard, Tam- Ohio AssociationThere Lawson took the stand before the ;

((2)) "We remit to your credit Han- Catherine D. Ladson died in upholding this law. pa; W. B. Talley, Jacksonville; H. J. I federal industrial commission late

over National Bank 347361.11 for this city at an early hour Friday Klutho, Jacksonville. will be a meeting of the I this afternoon, and declared that

Orange county bonds.-National Bank morning at the home of her daughter,, STEAL EVERYTHING FROM Ohio Association at the Tourist Headquarters I Rockefeller out of his own mouth

of Commerce, Toledo, Ohio." Mrs. H. E. Hardy, 510 West Central TOOTHPICKS TO BRASS SEVERAL BUSINESS HOUSES next Monday evening, Feb- I

The two remittances total $521- I avenue. The deceased was 71 years DECORATED YESTERDAYThe ruary 1. There will be some speaking 'gave the reason for every discontentthat

041.32; $6,000 has been paid; the difference old. Four boys ranging in age from 9 agitates the laboring class in the '
music and other entertainment.
is accrued interest. When the j Mrs. Ladson had been in feeble to 13 years broke into the Mathews Southern Decorating company United States today, and advised the

Board of County Commissionersmeet I health for some time and up to a warehouse some time Tuesday night!' started to decorate Orlando business Every member of the association is commission to bring its investigationto

next week nothing is to hinder I month ago had been residing at St. and raided some packed household ef- houses yesterday. The Peoples Bank, urged to be present and all Ohio peo- a close as far as Rockefeller was

them from completing all arrangements Cloud. She was a sweet Christian fects. They secured the following:: | the State Bank the Orlando Bank and ple now in Orlando are especially in- concerned because he and his ideas

and assigning contracts, etc, i character gentle and loving, and her Package of toothpicks, four glass !j Trust Compan'y, the Japanese Art vited. This meeting is for the pur- would not better the laboring people.

to the paving contractors already in 11 I i bright ways and sunny face have candlesticks, two plates with gaudy: Store, and Estes Plmrmacy were pose of getting all Ohio people to- Lawson declared that the only solu-

Orlando. The work will be pushed at; j often been an inspiration to those fruit painted thereon, a small china L among those to be robed in bunting,, tion of the Colorado trouble was the !

once. I j about her. pitcher, a salt cellar, a miniature lion i flags and decorations. Today the gether that they may become acquainted recognition of the union, which he de-
II
j The funeral was held from the res- statue, a round reflector with silver;, company will start to decorate the and for the reorganizationof clared Rockefeller refused to do so

:Mr. F. W. McAuley sold one of the! ;' idence yesterday afternoon at three trimmings, a silver bell and 40 pounds 'j Dickson-Ives Department Store com- the association. An appropriate far.

pretty bungalows which he has just t j! o'clock, Mr. H. C. McDaniel reading of brass. The boys were arrested II pany.S. souvenir will be presented to every

completed on Anderson street to Mr. j the service of the Christadelphianchurch. yesterday by Officer Denton. "Buckeye" who attends.W. THE WEATHER

Jacob Hasler, of this city. The deal I I G. Dolive & Son are offering
R. O'Neal
I president.
was consummated yesterday and the [ The body was laid to rest in the Bring your pictures to Curtis & several fine bargains in realty. Read Florida: Fair Saturday and Sun-

new owner IS to be congratulated I I Orlando cemetrey, Hammond & Gore O'Neal; all styles of moulding and[ ': their attractive advertisement on W. S. Branch, vicepresident.J. day, except probably rain Sunday in

1{upon his selection. having charge of the obsequies. frame work fully guaranteed. page 10. J. Newell, secretary. northwest portion.




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BUILDING OPERATIONS IMPROVE HOW WISE ARE YOU AT TWEN t'IIIII'IIIIIIJIII.II..III.llllllllllllltllllllllll.

HOTELS TY-FOUR? f Seeds Seeds Seeds

It is learned that plans are now David Grayson. author of "Hemp- i

THE WINDERMEREChoice under way for a number of new resi- field," in the February American
dences and several business houses Magazine makes the following com- '

Location All Modern Conveniences and that contracts will be let in a ment: NEW STORE -,
short time. Investors declare that "Oh to be twenty-four! To feel '
Excellent Table Good Water Reasonable Rates
I. now is the accepted time for buyingand that one has sounded all the chords NEW SEEDS

. On Beautiful. Lake Lucerne, Orlando, Fla. building and that builders' ma- of life known every bitterness to .
terials will not be as cheap again in have become entirely disillusioned I t
twenty years as is the case at pres- wholly cynical utterly reckless-and I Sweet Corn, Field Corn, Peas, Beans, Etc. We
Home Comforts Service Finest Rooms in City ent. The coming of spring will also not to know that life and illusion guarantee our seeds to be fresh.

Rated revive the painters' and decorators' have only just begun!" A
Sanitary Inspection 100
trades in this city and a number of Don't be disappointed, come to us for Drugs
householders intend having their ORANGES TO ENGLANDMr.
and Garden Seed.
property painted this year.
THE NEW GRANDHENRY C. E. Garratt yesterday shipped &- __

BARTLETT., Prop. DO YOU FIND TilE WICKED fifteen boxes of oranges to England 1
be distributed the Red Cross So- '
to by
CHEERFUL? ciety to British soldiers in the trenches. City Drug Store
European Plan 15 West Pine St., Mr. Garratt expects to donateone
In the February American Magazine -
Rooms with Bath Orlando, Fla. David Gray son, author of hundred boxes to this cause, but .
DRUG
A GOOD STORE"J.
he shipped only fifteen boxes yesterday -
"Hempfield, comments as follows on
the cheerfulness of the wicked: as an experiment. If this fruit I' '
TOURISTS ATTENTION! Ve are nearly all of us shockedby reaches its destination further shipments j II' L. :DE.AN: Ph.b.
will go forward. The fruit is | :
the cheerfulness of the wicked!
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the H U f H II 11111111'.
We Serve the Finest Meals in Orlando We feel that those whom we have set handled by Clyde Line to New j'
York and the Cunard Line to England -| - --- -- -- -- -
New York Cook
Prepared by our aside as reprobates or sinful spec- -
tacles, should be good right draw long free of transportation costs j

100 Rooms Bath, Steam Heat. $1.80 faces and be appropriately miserable; -Lakeland Telegram. j i ii The? :lvdarl et

and we never become quite accus- i
Electric Elevator Hot and Cold Water tomed to our own surprise at finding The Sanford Herald for reasons i: OF CLEANLINESS OF QUALITY
quite incomprehensible to us, says:
them happy or contented. | OPPOSITE POST OFFIGE
that "Orlando can easily lay claim to !i ithe i .
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
EMPIRE HOTEL HEREDITARY PRINCE OF BRUNSWICK title of Florida's best inland city, 1 1for ,
Kept under the best sanitary conditions. .
SAID TO BE SERIOUSLY this claim can be substantiated i iin
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54 Light Housekeeping Rooms ILL many ways." It is indeed strange ': Everything screened away from the flies and kept fresh

that Colonel Robert Holly should thus :> and pure.

Berlin, by wireless to London Jan. gratuitously make an invidious com- i j We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
ROSSMORE INNWindermere Announcement is made that the parison sure to be resented. Orlandois everything in the Meat Line.

hereditary prince of Brunswick infant a lovely and progressive little city
son of the duke of Brunswick is and the whole state is proud of her, ::1]:. M. Self & Go.

This new hotel is thoroughly modern throughout having heat electric seriously ill. The young prince following but when it comes to the best inland
lights and running water in every room, also rooms single or in suite with an operation for inflammation city Lakeland by common consent is PHONE NO. 80 PINE STREET

Lath. Located on Lake Butler which furnishes fine boating bathing and fish- of the ear early in the month was at- the chief jewel, of purest ray serene

ing. Rates $12.00 per week and up. Special rates to parties. Phone 1019. tacked with influenza. It is now glittering on the broad voluptuous
stated that he'has had a relapse.The bosom of the grand old Mother State. I
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young' prince was born :March .I-Lakeland Telegram. Popular .

18, 1914.
THE OSCEOLASTEAM :Mighty convenient-Sentinel wants.F Music Just Received

GOOD NEWS FOR WOMEN VOT- .

HEAT THROUGHOUT ERS; NOT REQUIRED TO All the latest: New York hits. Watch our
GIVE THEIR AGES
music counter if wish to know, about the
Magnolia and Robinson Ave, J. W. HURLEY, Manager music that is "all you the in the
rage11 eas-
-- .n._ ._.__ __ _ __ ____ Chicago Jan. 28.-Women votersof F ForSale S l
.h Chicago will not be obliged to tell r tern cities. It is here today and gone tomorrow -

Electric Lights, Baths Open the Year Round their ages when they register next but tomorrow we have something still

European Plan Rooms Single and en Suite Tuesday if County Judge Thomas F. later.

... Scully can find some provision in the _
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'" ( fIT.... ".._' ,, r ) Jr l' '\' law by which the age declaration can W. S. BRANCH,
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.,. *T rOI.K has been
fI" Orange grove;
The Arcade Book and Music StoreBUYERS
KEEP YOUR BEES DRY IN WINTER set out a year; select budded trees .
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orange and grapefruit; there are

In the current issue of Farm and 111-2 acres in the grove; located on

Fireside a bee expert says that bees Lake Jem Mary between Lake Con-
have to be protected through the winter -
way and Lake Jennie Jewel 3-4 of a
not so much from cold as from
dampness. Good dry cold does not mile from Pine Castle road soon to ,

THE ARCADE HOTEL hurt bees. The principal thing to be bricked; new up to date seven room .J
guard against is the getting of wateror
B. MAGRUDER house barn and other _..J
J. ,Jr., Prop. slush into the entrance of the hive ; good. large

First Class Restaurant Livery and Autosin and the freezing of this water there- buildings. This proposition is for TO SHARE IN PROFITS
by shutting off the air and suffocat- of LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS '
Building in Connections ing the bees. quick sale on easy terms. Inquire A .

Orlando Fla. J. B. Magruder, Jr., office in Arcade; Effective from August 1, 1914 to August
against any reduction -
and guaranteed
1,1915
FROM NEW YORK or see the owner. *
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during that time:

.IF YOU WANT A LUNCH Miss Norma Gettier arrived home G. M. BISSELLL, Touring Car - $555.00
yesterday from New York city where

she has been for the past couple of Runabout 505.00 :
1-28-lm
worth the money, come to Pope's Quick Lunch Counters. Our at grove
weeks assisting :Mr. :Marion B. Ives B. Orlando. AH can fallr eqaippe4.
F. O.
food is not cooked in front of your eyes, where you are annoyed
in buying the spring fashions in coat
with the odors and heat but in our sanitary kitchen. Try a cup -- Briber we will be able U buin the xa: .. el duE7..
suits and dresses etc., for the ready- factory production and the minimum coat In *
of our Rowland Special Coffee, French Dripped. The price is to-wear department of Dickson-Ives -For FineWATCH hi iwrrtiarint Mr .nd sales! d pmrtm..U if we rub a. .ut.rst .r

only 5c a cup. We offer you the best of service. company. :Mr. Ives will return the 100.00 can between the above datea. U u
CLOCK and And should we reach this production we agree pay
latter part of the week.FLORE"TI the buyer". share from UI to 1C* per ear
Pope & Co.'s Quick Lunch CountersChurch JEWELRY REPAIRING A.pat Fell car 1.191 between) to ererr A.n retail t 1. lilt buyer and who August p-.rchue.ft 1. "IS-few

Street. Open from 5 a.m. to midnight ="E LEATHER call on C. VATER whois For farther particmlar. regarding there low price and profit-
hating plan Me
Have you seen it? Something new an expert at this trade a
RUSH
F. G. ,
and beautifuL This almost lost
MiillliiilliMMMHiMIIIIMIMIIMIMHIIMIIIIIMREAL very with many years experience
art-for it is an art-has been revived Phone 226

in Florence and the painted and at_ Youngs Repair ShopOpp. a
hand carved leathers have been im-
ESTATE Post Office; Pine Street I
ported to America.
No one with artistic taste fails to
appreciate these beautiful leathers.

And they are wrought into hings


We buy d sell all classes-and kinds of Real Estate.If practical for stamp the boxes library as well wallets as table beautiful blotters pillow-,pieces tops book TPlorida a R al B t t & Iny tnmnt c Co.


you want to buy or sell the earth it will pay you to call markers and book covers table run-
ners and a host of others.
and talk your wishes over with us.
SOON TO BE OPENED Capital $50,000. Fully Paid Up.
The manager of this firm has had years of exper- _
Incorporated In Florida; Therefore Under State Control,
ience dealing in Florida investments, having sold over a Shortly after noon yesterday the

million dollars worth of Florida Real Estate in the last was new brought paving on up West to the Central old at the avenue cor- ALL propositions offered by this Corporation are exclusively

ner of Gould street, and now all that with us, at the same time can also be bought throughthe
two years. remains before the street can be
purchasers Agent, as we need not to secret our proposalsfor
opened its full length is the rolling
We are well posted on the value of all classes and. and placing of the last dirt. This is anybody, the deal has to be closed at our office. This means

kinds of Florida property.i We want listed with us all being done rapidly and the street will protection for the seller as well for the buyer. With our Bank
be before the end of the week.
open Guarantee furnished to the purchaser, if requested. Having con-
bargains in Real Estate, and we want customers for Real
HOW TO KILL WEEDS fidence to all our offerings: we advance 75 per cent of the purchase -

Estate Bargains. Farm and Fireside says: "Thereis price at six per cent. interest, even on unimproved land. We
need of weeds in
no walks or pathsEither
salt or blue vitrol boiled in hold today over one million dollars of properties in city lots, city

water a pound to the gallon and and country homes, orange groves and uncultivated lands. Our

WARING' REAL ESTATE COMPANY ing sprayed pot on will boiling kill them.hot with About a water-a gallon books open to all investors, if such inducements will appeal to you

to the square yard will cure the -take the trouble to climb up one flight of stairs over the Peoples

I most stubborn" case-and the cure National Bank, and consult.
lasts for
R. D. WARING, Manager years.
HENRY BENEDICT PresidentOffice
The in the ,
Rooms and 6 Watkins Block Phone No. 6311115tf machinery new packing
house of the Vero Citrus Growers As- "

sociation has been installed and the over Peoples National Bank Phone 570
packing house will be ready for operations t
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HEAVY STRAWBERRY PRODUC- KING OF BAVARIA TO VISIT HIS I such, for example, as "Adventures in
TION AT PLANT CITY SOLDIERS ON FIRING LINE Contentment" and "The Friendly
The lot advertised for $1200, j Road." In his current story, "Hemp- JiWbEs 1 JUST THE t1KMEMy

with a reduction of $400.00, ifbu.er Tampa, Fla.. Jan. 27.N.. Smith, Amsterdam, via, London, Jan. 28.- field," he comments as follows on
president of the Plant City board of King Ludwig, of Bavaria, accompa- j dissipation:
would build, was boughtby trade who is in Tampa preparing to nied by General Von Kressenstein,the I "I think sometimes that our com-

Mr. Samuel Brice of New have his city and section representedin Bavarian war minister, left today according -, mon definition of dissipation is far I Ii

the float parades of the Gasparilla to the Berlin newspapers, on i too narrow. We confine it to crude i bus line which has been serving you for fourteen
York. We have decided to of- carnival, the dates of which are Feb- a two weeks visit to the Bavarian : excesses in the use of intoxicaing
: ruary 12 to 16, inclusive, claims for troops on the western war front. The liquor or the crude gratification of months has not changed its schedule, but leaves at the
ferr u other one. East Hillsborough the world's cham- will same time it always has.
king afterwards spend some time the passions: but often these are only
pionship in the strawberry productionline. at the Krupp works at Essen. the outward symbols of a more subtle .

Corner lot, well located. Sidewalks East Hillsborough will be represented I. inward disorder. The things of the TIME TABLE _
r in the Garden of Eden pro- HOW world thousand interests
COWS WASTE THEIR TIME -a clamoring -
water lights North- Bus Leaving Orlando, in Front of Evans The Jeweler.
gas. duct exhibition on Court House desires, possessions-have got ,

east. $1000.00. Will take $600 Square during the carnival, and the In the current issue of Farm and the better of us. Men become drunken -
strawberry exhibit is expected to I Fireside appears an editorial calling with the inordinate desire for own- WEST BOUND EAST BaUD
if buyer will build within one prove one of the blue ribbon variety. attention to the fact that war is usingup ing things, and dissolute with ambi- Read, Down Read Up
"Last week," said Mr. Smith, "we horses at a frightful rate. The tion for political office. I knew a ------- I
year. : P. :M. A.M. P. :M.lP.
A.M.JA.M.
received a telegraphic order from suggestion is made that after the war man once, a farmer who debauched M.

prominent residents of Montreal,Can- cows may have to do some of the I himself upon land; fed his appetite Orlando - 6:30 oo i
10.15 : 6.00
+ ; i 9-30 1.30
ada, for immediate shipment of forty work now done by horses. Following upon the happiness of his home, I .
quarts of the finest strawberries we is an extract from the editorial: cheated his children of education, and Ocoee - 7:3(1.15 4:00 S.3C 12.30 5-00

could produce. The berries were "War is far more fatal to the horse himself went shabby, bookless, joy- Winter Garden - I :-t5]11:3c 4.3C S.15 12.15 4.45

CARL DANN wanted for a wedding supper. We I than to the man. In the Boer war it less, comfortless, that he might buy I Oakland I 8:00---:, 4:3c S.oc -- 4-30

. sent forty one-quart crates, not one is stated that 400,000 horses were destroyed more land. I call that dissipation,
of which contained more than fifteenor I too!"

, twenty berries, which gives an "With the British Empire, France,
REAL ESTATE idea of their size. If strawberry rais- I I Russia, Belgium, Servia, Montenegro, $33,000 FOR CITRUS CANKER WHAT WILL WE HAVE FOR SUPPEREver

ers in other sections can beat that Germany, and Austria-Hungary at
I I hear this before? Let the Delicatessen Man do it.
record, let 'em show their berries at war the loss of horses must be some- Mr. Lloyd S. Tenny, secretary and Something new Something New !
the product exhibit in Tampa. I !thing unprecedented. general manager of the Florida Grow- Try it. Ask About; it.
COMPANY claim we're the champions of the "The farmers of Europe will facean ers' and Shippers' League, has been Complete Lunch put up ready for the table. For one, for two, for
II three or more
world in strawberry production." almost horseless era when the war spending several days in Washington Always have a stock of good things to eat on hand
I is over. Cattle are more in use as in conference with the officialsof COLD MEATS BAKED BEANS CHEESE OLIVES
ITALIAN STEAMSHIP BELIEVED i draft animals there than here, and the U. S. Department of Agriculture POTATO SALADJ.
will doubtless take the arranging the details of the administration
LOST WITH ALL HANDS place of horsesin I R. TRESHER J. E. NICHOLSON'SBakery
IS SAFE so far as the herds are not used of the federal appropriation -
GORDON'S CARRIAGE up to feed the armies and the popula- I of $35,000 for citrus canker erad- Phone 26

. New York, Jan. 28.-The Italian tion. Motor cars and motor trucks ication work. :
will be put in service to the I
-AND- steamship Angelo Parodi, which was carry
lost from view of the revenue gutter loads formerly drawn by horses. C---IJIIIII-a-II--ia. ; Iii ; III U 11110" 11111 IIIIIIIIIIIUIIII II II 1.1.11.II.a

BAGGAGE TRANSfER R RL ,Itasca yesterday in a fog and was "And perhaps we shall see the 1
Just Arrived 1915 Harley-Davidson
believed to have gone down with her dairy cow yoked up to do double I

T. HARRELL crew of 27, reached New York today ,duty. As a matetr of fact, it is prob-
Prop. in tow of the Greek steamer Crios. I ably true that the greatest loss in t 'r .
Piano and Furniture II i I power in the live stock world lies in .
I II the fact that cows are allowed to devote t
Moving a Specialty SUGAR WILL BE HIGH 4 (
themselves to the production of
E. Church SI. I I I ;
PHONE 487 milk alone when they might just as
According to the estimates of the
well do some form of work in addi- <:
!
..
sugar beet crop in the United States' .
-OSTEOPATH 'tion to their dairy performances.
for 1914 published in the current issue i
"German tests show that while
of Farm and Fireside the product'will
I cows working under the yoke do not
DR. JOSEPHINE HARPER be 800,000 tons short of the 1913 |
'give quite as much milk as when allowed U r
crop. The chances are that sugar
i Office corner Orange Avenue and to loaf they give nearly as
will be one of the last food productsto
Church SU Davis & McNeil Bldg., much. War should produce some
go down in price.
Phone 419. good, and perhaps this will bring
about the utilization of the leisure of
TO REDUCE PRICE GRAPEFRUIT _.
Dr. S. S. Jones the cow." %

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Announcement is made from the
CHIROPRACTOR Orlando office of the Florida Grow- WHAT IS DISSIPATION

graduate Davenport College, 17 and ers' and Shippers' League that the
18 Yowell-Duckworth building; phone Atlantic Coast Line railroad and the In the February American Maga- -
209. Intelligent people everywhere N. C. and St. L. railroad have agreed zine David Grayson writing his new ON EXHIBIT AT THE

are being restored to health by chiropractic I to reduce the price of grapefruit serial novel, "Hempfield," presentsmore

removing adjustments the cause, the of disease.new scienceof Ex-J;served on all dining cars operated by of the philosophy of life which GOOD AND BAD CIGAR. STORE.

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"QUITTING SALE"I I


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

of the whole stock, fixtures, goodwill: 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 wholesale

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


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WINTER COATS AND S'VEATERSlIEN'S BELTS AND SUSPENDERS'VOOL BLANKETS-

Misses Winter Coats, ______JUST HALF PRICE 50c kind for _____________________________40c $5.50 kind for ____________,_____________$3.50

Misses Winter CoatsJUST 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
15c. kind ________________________________lOc $125.00 kind for 95c
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By the dozen or balance of box ______________9c LADIES HANDKERCHIEFS35c. -

35c. kind for _____________________________25c LADIES FLANNELETTE GOWNS- '

LONG SILK GLOVES- 25c. kind for _____________________________20c $1.00 kind for ___________________________80c

$1.00 for ________________________________80c 75c. kind for -------------------------____55c60c
LADIES VESTS
kind for ____________45c
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LADIES SHORT SILK GLOVES- 50c. kind for -----------------------------40c 50c. kind for _____________________________40c
---- 35c. kind for ____________________________ 25c
50c kind for ______________________________40c
25c. kind for :____________________________20c MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, Same Reductions.MEN'S .

LADIES OR GENTLEMEN'S UMBRELLASLADIES CORSETS ECLIPSE SHIRTS-

$3.00 kind for __________________________$2.00
$3.00 kind for $2.00 $1.50 kind for $1.15
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$2 50 kind for___________________________$2.00 $2.00 kind for -$1.50 1.00 kind for 80c
$1.50 kind for ::::::::::::::::::::::::: $100" ----------------------------
$2.00 kind for __________________________$1.50 -
$1.00 kind for ____________________________80c MEN'S WORK SHIRTS-
$1.50 kind for __________________________$1.15 :
$1.25 kind for __________________________$1.00 COAT SUITS AND HATS 50c. kind for _____________________________40c

$1.00 kind for ___________________________80c 1li soldkindsofHealy Winter Goods and Hatllwbelll MEN'S HEAVY UNDERWEAR
be no reasonable
0
50c, kind for _____________________________40c
MEN'S WOOL FLANNEL SHIRTS- refused.
FRUIT THE MEN'S UNION SUITS- *
$2.00 kind for ___________________________$1.50 OF LOOM:
121/jC.\ kind for ___________________________09c! $1.00 kind for 75c
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BOYS BLOUSES AND SHIRTS- Special Nainsook finish, 12V>c. kind for _____09c :

lOc. kind for ________________08c SILK HOSE- .
50c. kind for _____________________________40c Ginghams, lOc. kind for ___________________08c $1.00 kind for ________________________________75c
35c. kind for _____________________________25c Ginghams, 12V c. kind for lOc 50c. kind for __________________-__________40c
25c. kind for ____________________________20c. Percales, 12V cT kind for __==:==:====:==:=:=lOc 35c. kind for _____________________________25c .




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

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DAILY SIDELIGHTS THE MIDWINTER FAIR
Beautiful Lake Eola 1

South Florida SentinelMORNING
(By W. S. Branch) (By Arthur hey) I

AND WEEKLYW. In Orlando, Orange county, Residence For
M. GLENN ......................E Ht.r You will find this time of year Saturday Sale No. 45
..... "Opportunity is knocking a
W. C. ESSINGTON .BuuaeM Manager says That the homefolks all are talking of-

Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando Florida Times-Union editorial headline. As The Great Midwinter Fair. SaleAT Saturday is a good day to spend monet
aa Second Class Mail Matter. we have observed life that is the only -also, a good time to save it, for that's

SUBSCRIPTION RATES kind of a knocker that should be given The Till busy babel men fills and the women air, talk A GREAT BARGAIN the day of attractions, and the attractionsare

Dan I Year ........................ W-00 any credence. All others shouldbe And the theme of all their cut prices and bountiful values A .
is-
Daily. C Months ................... %..60 jawing
Daily. Montha n....................... 1-25 strangled or unheeded. This Great Gigantic Fair. Location corner East Washington greater than at any time during the week.If .
Daily. 1 Month ....................... .* --0-- and East Street you have a good eye for values and ...
T Weekly. 1 Year ...................... 1.00 The young folks at their lessons facing for bargains it will be made
Do It"The
"Let George Have no other thought or care north. There is a beautiful view nose plainto
ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ADVANCETO PAYABLE IN "Let George do it" principlewas But to chatter and to babble of- of the Lake. Lot is 75x150 you. t

ADVERTISERS; all right for the Jacksonville That All Important Fair. feet. House is constructed of We emphasize these snaps!

state fair movement so long as only log and shingles, and contains EUNEIDA SHEETS J
CP7 far display and all ether haa..tadnrtiua6 The very infants in their carts
matt be handee in at the a.uaiana preliminaries were being arranged. With an all expectant air, eight large rooms beautifully This is a line we have been expecting a
office the day.f before the Sentinel publication.not later This than rate 2 applies p. .. But the enterprise has now come to a Seem to say, "111 be prize" baby at- finished. This property belongsto long time, but has only just arrived. 'Tis

t* changes for contract advcrtiMnc: it It point when money is the only thing The Inter-County Fair. Col. W. P. Walton, former the best on the market today; that's our;
Invariable and will be strictly adhered to.
that talks with much force and The chickens dusting in the street owner of the Reporter Star, who opinion, 'twill be yours also when you see.

Subscribers should notify desiring the The office Sentinel in writing discontinued on- George has sent out invitations for Try to tell you with their eyes, occupied it about six months. the goods.
the date of expiration otherwise it will be business! and professional men all over "You may bet your bottom dollar I Business interests compel the These prices stand good for Saturday
continued at the regular subscription
rates. that-
until notice to atop is received. the state to send him ten dollars per I Colonel to live in Kentucky, and only-no exceptions.
...................... I'll win the chicken prize"And
Telephone Numb r 24 share for as many shares as they : he has instructed us to sell the 63x90-best value for 65 cts._____

SATURDAY JANUARY 30, 1913. wish to own. As George proposes to 'tis rumored that mud turtles : property at a great bargain. Saturday, 58 cts.
capitalize the undertaking at $250,000 And the sand hill gophers swear, : 81x90-best value for 75 cts_____
That this FOR SALE EXCLUSIVELY BY
year they're surely going I
Slogan No. 8: "Prosperity's name- this will mean twenty-five thousand to-- Saturday, 68 cts.

sake-Orlando!" hares. We think they ought to raiseit The Orange County Fair. Atha I 81x99-best value for 85: cts_____
oAs and we hope they will raise it and Cooper Saturday, 78 cts. '

distance lends; enchantment, it we shall not be surprised if they do EMPLOYES FEEL AXE AND LOSE EUNEIDA PILLOW SLIPS
raise it, but "let George do it." 23 CENTS PER DAY Ill South Orange Are, Ground Floor I
the
likewise lends horror, which is well Identically same quality as then
Phone No.
illustrated by American sympathy for --0-- 311 sheets, and just as well made.
Hereafter the
new employes of the
Belgians, when there are so many Bread Prices I 42x36. Our cut price as 18 cts.___ .
will receive :
city 1.25
I per day instead
equally as destitute at home-Arcadia The Jacksonville bakers thought -I Saturday, 14 cts. f!)
of $1.50 The old
per day. will
News. they had a scheme all fixed up to advance men 45x36. Our cut price is 20 cts.___
the price of bread from 5 to G not be subjected to the cut in wages. VENEER CORES I Saturday, 16 cts.

t; Here's an editor, in Orlando, who cents per loaf, but at the last momentone I Such was the order passed at the You should make a special journey down A
meeting of the
complains about decollette gowns. of the largest concerns refused to i j City Council yester- $1.25 to see these, the values will astonish you!

We can explain his position only on go into the combine and advertised I,day. WOOL CIIALL1ES

the theory that the Orlando women that they would"continue to sell at Per Strand Up English manufacture, French designs A
do not make attractive exhibits.- the old price, so it is probable that CITY FARM WILL SOON HAVE AND
t FIRE-PLACE CHUNKS and dainty, too; fast colors. Ideal for kimonos A
Tampa Tribune. the others will be compelled to do SPRING CROPThe OAK WOOD
/. dressing saques separate waists,
: a likewise. That was a wise guy who I morning dresses, etc.
city farm of thirteen acres Orlando Wood YardB.
: The reports that are coming in from wrote those words about "when Our season's "special price"has
southeast of the city is
a
busy place.
: every section to be covered by the rogues fall out, just men get their Many city employes W. Kingsley, Proprietor been 39 cents a yard.

; Subtropical :Midwinter Exposition indicate dues." I the ground preparatory are to plowing the sow-up PINE STREET Telephone AND 344 R. R. I On Saturday _________ 29 cts. a yard ..
f that it will be an event of --0--
ing of the spring crops. The farm is 9-30 APRON GINGHAM
: much greater attractiveness and importance A Novel Feature being heavily fertilized. I You should stock up well on this, for
I
,. than ever before. I "Len Spencer," a well known dialect -I -I this
I is a much better grade than the ordinary
If; comedian and maker of phonograph .
I [- Apron Gingham, and honestly worth
f. A Jacksonville young man has records, died in New York city 1 8 and
10 cents a yard. In a full range of
! written a song entitled "The Girl 1 Il last month. A novel feature at his all the different sized checks in colors of

l Loved on Pensacola Bay." This particular funeral was the use of two of his brown (
navy, tan, green, red and black
I young man may have lost his own records played on the phono- and white. *

f heart up Jensacola way, but our observation graph. The two used were the repeti- Saturday ____________10 yards, 49 cents I ,
leads us to believe that the tion of the Lord's Prayer and the

average young Jacksonvillian is more Twenty-third Psalm. The use of the WASH SILKS J
We want to clear our present stock out
it interested in the girls on West Bay. records at the funeral was a carryingout
to make room for the new goods just com-
-0 of a request of the artist made
ing in. All stripe effects on white and
t A Missouri woman advertises her during his last illness. This featureof Lake Eola and Eola ParkThe cream grounds.
r husband as follows: "My husband, the service was a complete sur-
Regular values 90 cents and $1.00
t William Stikes, left my bed and board prise to the audience and profoundly ,
Saturday 68 cts.
1 just before election day without just impressed his musical friends who i

cause or provocation. All women are were present.FORAGE COLORED POPLINS -
warned against boarding or trusting Are going to be good for the coming sea-

f him on my account, as I will not be GROCERY COMPANY; son, we have a splendid range of color-

J responsible for the results, as he is a LARGEST GROCERY STORE time is now ripe for an investment in this par- ings, such as pink, sky, tan, brown, navy,

{ loafer, a drunkard, a thief, a. liar and IN ORLANDOJust > copen, myrtle, cardinal, and also in black.
i t a Bull Moose." ticular section of the city. Property well bought will be This is a quality sold at 20 cts a yard.

i 0f received a carload of high On Saturday our price is 121.2 cts. a yard ;A

There is an editorial going the grade flour, in 24 lb. sacks; priced absolutely certain of producing a profit. I have two or SILK SHIRT WAISTS
t rounds of the state press entitled very reasonable. Also carload of Red Made of exceptionally fine qualities of

. "Look Ahead" and in almost every instance Bfiss seed potatoes.. Call and see three offerings which I can recommend as sure MONEY- all silk crepe de chine. In a range of
i where it is used it is for some our prices. 21 West Church street. shades and also in black and white and all .

' reason credited to the Tampa Tri- Phone 638. 1-30-6tc white.

1' bune. The article is from Leslie's MAKERS. Regular values $5.00 to $7.00.

. Weekly and Ed Lambright must bet the list On Saturday your pick for$3.97 each
Among large passenger arriving -
Call and let show them to
t annoyed to have the distinction of its. in Orlando Thursday night me you.
origin thrust upon him. Miami Met OUR SHOE DEPARTMENTSWill
f over the Atlantic Coast Line were included -
demonstrate their ability to reduce
t tropolis. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Brown, of
o prices on Saturday. If you are in need of ,
Nashua, N. II. They are new com-
The roads in Florida shoes 'twill be folly on part to
f good movement ers and expect to spend the next your neg-
t- goes merrily on. This state has month. Coming from a country lect this opportunity.

I built more brick roads in the past two where there was several feet of slushto Women's High Shoes-

t years than any state, and we need one of sunshine, is a great thing to . S. Y. WAY Regular value $3.00; Saturday___$2.48
still more of them. The most impor- us, said :Mr. Brown. Regular value $3.50; Saturday___ 2.89

tant work to be done now, is to connect Regular value $4.00; Saturday___ 3.44

up the good roads already built, Regular value $5.00; Saturday___ 3.88lIen.s
t :Mr. and C. M. of New
Mrs. Bynner,
with other roads, so that a tourist, a Insurance and Real Estate Agent High Shoes-
! York city, w'ho have been in this sec-
farmer, a merchant, or anybody can Regular value $3.50;; Saturday___$2.98
tion of Florida the
looking over coun-
f go from place to place over a per- Regular value $4.00;; Saturday___ 3.44
try with a view to selecting a locationfor
fectly good system of good roads.- PHONE 172 Regular value $5.00;; Saturday___ 3.88
winter home left
a permanent ,
: Jacksonville Metropolis. Regular value $6.00;; Saturday___ 4.98
afternoon for St. Peters-
yesterday
E o Regular value $6.50; Saturday___ 5.44
burg. Mr. Bynner is a capitalist in
f Florida has millions of acres oft
the Empire State. GROCERY
t land awaiting the coming of home- DEPARTMENT

;. makers. This land will produce as Special! Special!
i much as any land in the country. FOUND-A gold scarf pin, in frontof Mrs. Aaron, the special representativefor
Howard's Studio. Owner
t Some of it will produce more, and have same by calling at Curry's elec-can Messrs. Sprague, Warner & Co., the

.some of it perhaps less for one crop, trical shop and identifying propertyand well known manufacturers of the justly
, but on all of it can be raised from paying for this adv. 1-30-tf famous

two to twelve crops, the latter mean- 11 - ---- --- RICHELIEU BRAND OF CANNED
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. of good land in Florida but will pro- 4 will arrive here on the first of Februarywith

; duce as much as any acre of land in a full line of their commodities, and

" the North, and should cost less to till THORNTON PARK will be pleased to demonstrate their i high

'\ it, counting all the expense and'dle- class efficiency, and take orders for next

- ness of winter feeding and waste. fall deliver'.

Florida really has the land, the cli- PLEASE MAKE APPOINTMENTSEARLY

, mate, the shipping points, and the
crying need for people.-Jacksonville One of the finest subdivisions in the city. Many great "ABSENCE, MAKES THE

Metropolis. HEART GROW FONDER"

o improvements being made in this part of the town. Water, Establish this old proverb more firmly

1 "Some of our exchanges are agitat- in the minds of your Northern friends and

\ ing the question of state division," electric lights and sidewalks. About seventy lots yet for saleat relatives by sending them a miniature box

remarks the Bradentown Herald, "but of assorted Florida grown fruits. They'll

that has been agitated more or less very reasonable prices. Some restrictions as to buildingsbut not only think it a gracious sentimental

for fifty years. Florida seems to look remembrance from you but appreciate the

pretty good to most people with its not unreasonable.For gift for its delicious worth.

present boundaries, but we do not Our Grocery Department can supply you

deny that we would be willing to see with the fruit all. ready for despatch.
) a new state with the north line some- prices call at 905 Central Avenue on the premisesor Prices, $1.35 and $2.00

where between Lakeland and Ocala,

and Bradentown the capital of the ask your dealer.TAYLOR.


southern not likely commonwealth.to be divided"for Florida many is a DICKSON .IYfS CO;

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year, if eer."bile there are a good .
many places in the same fix as indi-.'

cated by the Herald, willing to havea

division if they could be the central & THORNTON: .DEPARTMENT STORE.

point of the new state formed, the
great majority of the people of Florida .. ..

- prefer to have things remain as ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACETHE

they are- and it would have to be almost Proprietors

an unanimous movement to divide :
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Open2p.m.and6:30p.m. ,
-Edited By Miss Eliza Wright -

Office telephone No. 179. Residence telephone No. 254 Admission 5 cent


WEEKLY SOCIAL CALENDAR I Mrs. Irwin, Mrs. Harriet Miller, Mrs. MIIIIIMIIillMIIIMIItTODAY'S

.+ C. W. Goodrich Mrs. Tesson and PROGRAM

January 30th. Mrs. E. G. Hauselt were the guests at 4-Reels-i BAGS

this delightful affair. Victor. Florence Lawrence in "The
Saturday n
Auction Bridge Club; Mrs. Lawton, - Afternoon and Night Madman's Ward" in two parts. I I AT COST
' hostess.D. Sterling. Sterling Kid Comedy,
A. R. meeting; Mrs. Lilla R. Mrs. Gibson Injured featuring Little Billy Jacobs. We have a number of these bags in all sizes
of Mrs. Geo. Kalem. 'In the Power of Black-
The host of friends
ter Button Park.hostess, New Seminole, Win- Newell and her mother, Mrs. Gibson I II "BABY SHO'," legs.Five" cents story to of all.a spendthrift son. U that we will close out at cost.MANICURE. U

- will regret exceedingly to hear that
Suffrage Tea YesterdayThe I Mrs. Gibson sustained a most serious -- -

Equal Suffrage League tea given -:and painful injury Thursday after- SUPPOSE YOU READ THIS

yesterday afternon at the home of 'noon, tripping on a rug while cross-
Mrs. Helen Wright on America street, ing the room, and breaking several Then go to the Barlow Gift Shop :

was very largely attended over one bones. It is hoped that the injury around the corner and see the classy
hear several pottery; something different. No. 9 !
hundred coming out to will not be so serious as was thought SETS
fine talks on Laws of Florida Mrs. upon first examination. "THE DREAM GIRL"A West Church street. 1-30-2t*

Schnarr's paper being on the Com- --oIn n AT COST i
o pulsory School Law, which Florida Honor of Mrs. Brown

lacks. Statistics were given showingthe I Miss Caldwell, of Wheeling W.Va., Selig Special Feature Complete LucerneTO.DAY ; I Any of the sets we have will be sold at very low:
high cent. of illiteracy in the
per entertained her home state friends I
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states which do not have it. Thirty- who are in Orlando and Winter Park, figures.
nine of the state already have it. on Friday afternoon, at an informal in Two Parts U

Mr. Fulegar, of Catskill N. Y., ;five hundred party, in honor of Mrs. ax'! STERLING ,

gave an encouraging talk and was I Brown, who is also from Wheeling, ,
delighted to see the women of Flor- I and is visiting Miss Caldwell in the n FRENCH IVORY I n nu

ida so interested in the Equal Suf- I home of Mr. Chauncey Holt, where "OUR MUTUAL GIRL"In SILVER PLATED

frage movement.Mrs. 'they are domiciled for the winter.
Her Most Interesting Adventures -I
Alice Kollack gave a reading 'I -o- u t U

from a late book, "Indirect Influence Poinsettia Club EntertainedThe "NO WEDDING BELLS FOR r
a satire on the women influencing the Poinsettia Club was entertained "

vote in an indirect way. delightfully by Mrs. T. O. Brown on
, :Miss :Magruder sang two lovely Friday afternoon at her home on HER" "THE SILENT WAY"An .A.llen & CO.

solos, which were very much enjoyedby North Magnolia avenue. There were ,

every one and :Mrs. P. Phillips two tables of guest players besides American Drama U JEWELERS

gave two splendid piano selections in the club members. After the gamesan One Comedy

her artistic manner. interesting guessing contest was I lal EVERYTHING GUARANTEED PROMPT REPAIRING

Mrs. Florence Beardall, Mrs. D. C. played, Mrs. Charles Lartigue being "IN THE CONSERVATORY"

Thompson, and other members of the the lucky one to win the prize. Vasesof A Princess Comedy
league assisted in serving tea and unusually beautiful red roses dec- JLk Aim o=L

wafers. orated the room. Chicken salad _ 1
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- beaten biscuits sandwiches mints and
Mrs. Alleman Hostess coffee were served by the hostess, as- "THE WIFE'S STRATEGEM"A "..s..s..sts..s.s.i ". "

Mrs. S. H. Alleman was the charm- sisted by her two dainty little daugh- "THAT ORCHESTRA" Biograph Drama ,
W. S. Coleman. W. R. Khan.
ing hostess on Friday afternoon at ters, Misses Louise and Juliet. <

bridge in honor of Mrs. Wm. Edgar -

Fisher, daughter of Bishop Mann, Entertains N. P. S. Alumnae Some Show!
who is visiting at the Bishopstead.
, Miss Gayle Davis entertained yes- SUN PROOF PAINT and sat-
There five tables of Same Little Prices
were players,
terday with an afternoon tea in honorof
each guest receiving a beautiful rose isfaction are as inseparable as
the resident alumnae of National

before the playing commenced. :Mrs. Park Seminary, at Washington, D. C., 5 cents 10 cents freckles and red hair. Ask the
Fisher was the fortunate winner of MONDAY: the First Episode of
from which school Miss Davis grad-
the first prize, a lovely guest towel. Orlando Paint & Wall Paper Co., A *
dated last June. Those present who "RUNAWAY
Miss Noble received a second prize, JANE"Also 205 So. Orange Avenue.
live in Orlando and the sororities they
an exquisite fan. The tally cards
represented were: Miss Gayle Davis STRAWBERRIES A LA MISSIONARY Phone 261 .
the Big "BABY SHOW"
hand
of Flor-
were painted bouquets I
Kappa; :Mrs. W. C. Essington and VARIETY
ida wild flowers. Delicious brick ice .
Mrs. Clarence Brown, Theta; Mrs. W. Event
cake and coffee served.
cream, were M. Glenn, Zeta; and :Miss Mary Mc- Some of the finest strawberriesthat

--0-- Cullough, Chi Psi U. Meetings will have ever been seen in the local .'lllllllllllleDIIIIIIIIIIII"II'ITJ"I" "''' ''.
Maine Tourists to :Meet held
be on Monday afternoons every
, market were on sale yesterday at the
The Maine tourists are invited to two weeks. The next meeting will be -
establishment of Caruthers
meet together on the vening of Feb- held with Mrs. W. M. Glenn on South grocery
& Gore, on Pine street. They were
ruary 2, at the home of Mrs. Sarah West street, February 15.
by Mr. J. H. Gould at his place WILLIAM R. O'NEAL
M. (Getchell) Swasey, 13 East Con- grown FRANK A. CURTIS
on West Robinson avenue and were
cord in the northern of
avenue, part
A CHARMED CIRCLE
of "Missionary" variety. .
the
city.
Established 1886
--v-- Sensible folks do sensible things-
MUSIC WILL BE MAINTAINEDAT
To Reorganize C. E. SocietyThe sometimes. He's a veritable simpleton -
SAN JUAN HOTEL
young people of the Presbyterian who does not know enough to

church met on Thursday night "get in out of the rain." He is not CURTIS & O'NEAL
The Sentinel is requested to state
and made plans to reorganize the much wiser who stays out in the cold
that owing to a misunderstanding the
Christian Endeavor Society of that unless he has to. A hungry man will
music which has been furnished at
church, the following committee be- overcome obstacles to reach a well
the San Juan hotel for dances failedto
ing named to draft constitution and spread dinner table. Most folks like INSURANCE LOANS
materialize Thursday evening but
by-laws: Miss Edna Hyer, Mr. Jack- to. be first or next in a line-up for
it will not happen again and will be
son, Mr. Worthington Blackman.The anything or any place worth while.
continued throughout the season.OSTEOPATHY. ESTATE RENTALSFOR
committee will report before the You will find such a place at First REAL

body of all the young people of that Methodist church tomorrow, and a

congregation on next Sunday eveningat comfortable seat awaiting you, alsoa

six-thirty at the Presbyterian lec- welcome at the door, and when the

ture room. Every young girl and services of the day are over, you'llbe
young man of the church and visitors glad you did not stay out. DR. J. C. HOWELL

who would like to join this young peapie's Osteopathic Kirksville Physician Graduate and Surgeon RENT...Bungalo 5 Rooms Furnished, South Main

society, are earnestly requestedto ANY ONE WANTING BARGAIN ina Consultation Free
attend this first meeting Sunday, furnished house and will call at Office Cheney Block Opp. San Juan Street.
January 31, at six-thirty, sharp. 707 East Central avenue can buy HoteL
same. Will sell for half actual value. Office Phone 716; Residence 1018
-0- l-30-3t ,i Orlando, Fla. Seven Room House, South Orlando.
Miss Porter Entertains
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Miss Elizabeth Porter entertaineda

few friends at a very delightful THE KEYSTONE HOTELCorner Two New Five Room Houses, South\|West Orlando.

bridge-luncheon yesterday, hand West and Church Streets

painted place cards designating the Splendid !service, Excellent rooms. Hot and coM water. One of the lies
guests to their places at the perfectly cooks in the Mate.i Rates ?l_.OO per week and up. Special) rates to partieswishing
table board. -
appointed table. Mrs. A. L. Mallory,

Mrs. W. R. O'Neal, Mrs. L. II. Gedge, W. G. DUNCAN; Prop. > II, I II I II II ..II II' I1I1 i 1-',,.. ,. ,,,-, IIII I. .-i I , I "'It 1111 1111 II III II


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finement at every point even to minor details. Full Floating : : '' The Red Tube without a a
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SAN JUAN GARAGE CO.

Price $860.00 fob Orlando.PHILLIPS.

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SENTINEL MANUFACTURE all classes of hait /
goods; prices reasonable and work
first class. Call and see us at 303 A
.j! .a Garland street. 1-6-lmo
WANTSThe
BUYERS AND SELLERSI
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buy, sell rent, and exchange real
estate. Have resided in Orlando, Fla., ,
:Morning Sentinel Want over 30 years. Have handled over .
Directory is the Greatest Want 20000000. Call and see me. :
Ad Medium in Orlando. I 10-6-3m F. A. LEWTER. ORLANDO ...
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Terms Cash in Advance. GRIFFING'S PECANS
,
RATES No more profitable be
For One Day ______________25t) crop can t
For Three Days ____________50c raised than large paper shell pecans. Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perlection Lime
For Six Days ____-________75c Grafted trees bear young. W. II.
For One Month ____________$2. 0 Brokaw, salesman. Office, 116 South
A CORNER LOT This rate applies on all ads of Orange. Phone 267. 1-28-12tc
25 words or less. If the ad con-
tains more than 25 words the rate "llllllellllll'IIII'' llalllllllllllllllllllllllllllal11111111111111111111111...
Is always the Buyer's choice. will be one cent per word for Established 1870

There are but few corners, sertion.If each additional. word, for each in- R. E. COCHRAN CO., Inc. Sub-TropieallVIid-Winter Fair il

I and they are generally sold you can't bring your ad to 132 Park Place, New York I
f the office telephone No. 24. Ac- I Wholesale Dealers and Commission
l early.We counts opened by telephone will be Merchants in Florida Orangesand
have a house on a payable' 'the following day. Grapefruit

t good corner lot, all modern Every Home-E\ery Business- Represented by i OEL..A. DO., FL..A.FEB. .

and up-to-date. Every Man has use for a Geo. W. Tull, Orlando, Fla.
Sentinel Want Ad. Liberal advances made
on con-

i A NEW HOUSE{ signments. 9..13 1915
FOR SALE- R. E. Cochran, President.T. .
L. Turney, Treasurer.
t The price is very low for
FOR SALE-Five room house and 1-22-2m EDUCATIONAL
this grade of property. Call I I two extra lots, all joining, on Ohio
i in and let us take you out and avenue, Oakwood Park, for $590 cash. Get the news In the Sentinel first. Embracing-Agriculture Horticulture Floriculture Domestic
Apply at tent on ground. l-23-3t: ,
i show it to you today. Arts and Crafts, with exhibits of Stock, Hogs and Poultry,

t A few minute's walk to FOR incubator SALE-At, 50 egg half size;price Philo, brooder Philo- and the products of South Florida. Racing, Polo, Sports '

g} business center. l-28-3t.,B.3 Phillips sizes. ,Both 405 East in A-l Pine condition.T. street. Lake Frmlt L Lo1 t AreoplansLectures and Entertainments of all kinds :%


ORlANDO BUNGS LAND CO A notable feature of the Sub-Tropical Mid-Winter Fair will be an exhi-

FOR SALE-Five room bungalow, bition of Angus, Short Hern and Herford Bulls by Messrs Cobb & Denny i

II North Orange Avenue with bath, front porch and sleeping For Sale of York Ala., with Graded Cows and Cakes. These animals are warrantedfree
f porch; pretty grounds and fruit,bearing
PHONE 608 trees. Address M. E. 11., Sentinel 1 of ticks and immune to cattle lever. The bulls will be offered for sale, and Y

f' ottice. 1-28-Gtc cattle owners who wish to improve their herds will have an opportunity cl get-
OPPOSITE SAN
JUAN HOTEL
s FOR SALE-Five room cottage, all 1 Four lots on PARK lAKE ting some fine stock.
FRED B. DALEC. modern conveniences, completely
and COLOMAL DRIVE EAST
H. BRYANT ,
furnished, 307 Broadway avenue. Ap
ply to Mrs. )McDade J12; Broadway well located for residences.
DAVIS a GILES CounselF. 1-27-lmo* -For Information or premium list address
A. PEPPERCORN, Contractor avenue. Large Live Oaks, 31 bearings

FOR SALE-Six cylinder Thomatouring orange trees. Garage. Lowr WM. R. O'NEAL, Sec'y H. H. DICI SON, Pres. iiOrlando's

car, in good condition; founew Price. Easy Terms, if dc-
tires; an excellent motor; cost desired. 11111111111111 C II 6 It iN45i H till elil C It I U. .tH 4Pf t H 1111. "I U 1111111 t II 111111..
4,500 new; will sell cheap for cash I
I I or take a good Ford touring car apart s Phone 567, or apply at loS
"DIXIE Address P. O. Box
LIMITED'k payment. Hillcrest avenue.
; No. 2, Formosa, Fla. l-26-6t -

FOR SALE-Candy, cigar and con I IffPUr.
k BetweenJ fectionery store, at Week's Grocery, Cut Flowers
No. 124 West Church street. Good
1tnc
cksonrille, Chicago and St. Louis location and fine business. Inquireat 4ftetKINCAIP 'j

a Reestablished January 6, 1915 above address. 1-26-lwk* Potted Plants

Northbound FOR SALE-Ford touring car, 1913 ,
Daily Southbound. model, in first class order. Price
9:35 am Lv. Jacksonv'e Ar. 7:30 pm $275. Am going North. AddressAuto See Our Grand DisplayCarnations
6:08pmAr.8:03pmAr.. Macon Lv.11:45 am care SentineL l-23-6t*
e Atlanta Lv. 8:35 am I
12:18 am Ar. Chattan'ga Lv. 4:37 am I ann SNOWDBN\%
4.50 am Ar. Nashville Lv.12.10 am I FOR SALE-Modern home, 7 rooms, :
9:28 am Ar. Evansville Lv. 7:30pmi I hall, bath, screened porch, extra
6:35 pm Ar. Chicago Lv.11:30 amLv.215pm I large closets, and trunk room; located We will have a large
2:59 pm AI' St. Louis I in first class residential district; 5 '
minutes from postoffice. For quick shipment this week.Special .
Solid Train Compartment-Observa sale will take $2,500. Terms. Inquire Largest and Cheapest t
tion cars, Standard Pullman cars and of owner, 312 North :Main. l-20-12tc
coaches, between Jacksonville and : Sale
Chicago. Standard Pullman sleepers FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock :
Jacksonville to St. Louis.DINING and tools, best farm in county; va FURNITURE HOUSE
riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- Jams, Jellies and Canned
I to-date buildings, etc. Room 3, Rock
CARS Bldg., Orlando. J. Van Buskirk, own Fruits.
er. 1-16-tfc Cor Main and Pine Sts. Orlandolit

Atlantic Coast Line FOR SALE-Story & Clark upright -

grand piano won by Miss Myrtle
Standard Railroad of the SouthJ. Weeks in the recent contest will be CARUTHERS & GORE .
sold for benefit of Baptist church
building fund. Piano may be seen .
G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. :M. E. -

Tampa, Florida. I Weeks 1-13-tfc, 10 Washington street. New Modern G Grocery y ( i


FOR SALE-To those only who havecash
capital to invest in winter Phone 200
FOR SALE homes; also big acreage in groves and
trucking lands. Address Box 814,

No.1. Forty acres virgin pine tim Orlando. 1-8-lmoc 6 and 8 East Pine St. B Beiu tile N Year
w
ber land, on south side of lake front, FOR SALE-30 acres land, 20 fenced, [ [
three-fourths mile from railroad sta 10 cleared ready for setting trees;
tion. $1,000.No. close to depot, 3 miles from Orlando.
Cheap if sold in 30 days. Lock Box
2 Seventy-five acres, on lakefront No. 4, l-3-lmo
one-half mile from Forest City;
six acres bearing orange grove; good
FOR SALE-One
eight room house. $4,500; terms. six cylinder automobile seven, 1 passenger year old,, Cook and Heat i iI
No. 3. Twenty acres, four miles first class condition. Don't answer
from the city, on lake front; twelve unless interested. Address Bargain DR. L H. RAMSDELL
acres bearing care of SentineL 11-14-tf .
orange grove; orange OPTOMETRIST
crop recently sold two thousand three FOR SALE (Sacc.wr (- Dr. G. F. itlki i
hundred
boxes. Three hundred boxesof
.
grapefruit now on trees. $6,500; ORLANDO. FLORIDA
terms. Terms to Suit Purchaser WE FIT CLASSES GRIND LENSES VVITH'GAS
Good citrus and truck land, cleared, V
AND DO ALL KINDS OF .
No. 4, Lot 70x190 feet, brick
on in 5, 10, 20 or more acre plots, on I
street; high class neighborhood brick road to be built this year, two n..nr.A L KIP: AIRING
1000. miles from Orlando. Phone 1024 4 I' '
rings or write H. G.Jackson, R. F. D
No. 5.
Thirty acres near hard sur No. 2, Orlando for Have
face road; one mile from railroad 1-7-lmo appointment. You Noticed!

station, on lake front; four acres __ _
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budded grove; six hundred boxes of FOR- RENT v What is
fruit; one hundred and fifty thousand HappeningEast
feet virgin pine timber. $3,000.J. FOR RENT-Nice, clean, furnished

E. CRAWFORD, rooms; till conveniences; large verandas of Orlando
: shady grounds; rates moderate
Office, Orlan-d Hotel. for season; close in. 205 Mag
1-3-liao* nolia avenue. l-28-6t Directly Out ,

FOR RENT-Large, attractive room.
Inquire No. 8 West Washington St.: Central Avenue? '

Dr. BuckmasterOSTEOPATH 11-8-tfc Thell n YUll'll Surely be BaDDY

FOR RENT-Small flat, modern con
veniences, unfurnished. Jas. A. We offer for sale Seminole
Knox. 11-3-tf Park Lots, located just at the I
Graduate of Kirksvillejja City limits
NICE LARGE FURNISHED ROOM, on easy terms.
to adults only. 409 Delaney street.
S. Orane Avenue 10-25-tf


ABOVE PEOPLES BANK PHONE 578 8 WANTED limits Also near 2l/t miles Lake from Underhill the City, 5

WANTED-Two good second hand I acre tracts. Standing round & LIGHT CO,
bicycles at once; must have coaster timber, good soil, surrounded by ORLANDO WATER
PHONE 646 brakes; state price. Address A. J. R.., groves, and on easy terms. ,
care SentineL 1292t.FOR
AUTO FOR HIRE

-FIRST CLASS REPAIRING- CORNS, bunions ingrowing GAS DEPARTMENT
nails, see the chiropodist for
BARNARD & SON and \tomen. L. J. Mustard, over men Mc- ORlANDO REAL ESTATE CO.
17 Hughey Street Orlando, Fla.1210lm Elroy's drug store 117 Orange ave ,
nue. Pedicure and manicure.
1-16-lmc W.tkins Block PHONE 504 : I

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ccpxotc yi J1B PF D18PA6PPrcw tkt anti-typhoid treatment-tfc.. pxr

.. r.r PUnNTIO; T atiT treatment ic tart net a :
single death from this disease in the : FOR
TI RIM E ( Serriee State Health Board) United States army in 1913, is less :
-I It's better to lock the stable door I than one per cent. of this $500. ', SHOES' MEN WOMENAND
DANN'S TRANSFERDr. before the livestock is abstracted.It's I The prevention of smallpox costs so .: ,
better to prevent disease thanto lithe as to be negligible, and a cen- :
be forced to cure it, and it's bet-j,tury of practice has demonstrated its :
B. D. WIENENPA, Prop. CIll.ldre1.1
ter, not only from the viewpoint of certainty.
t';... victim of the disease, but also i Another cost to the employer is the '
Livery Draying and HaulingWE from the dollars and cents side-the ;interruption to service caused by Our immense business enables us to turn

side that concerns the employers of :sickness. How much does it cost to : our entire stock about four times a year ;
labor. For after all the is ;"break in" matter how"
pocket ,, a new man no
the strongest argument with some |/i expert he may be in general, to do f which keeps our stock at all times right '

GUARANTEE GOOD SERVICE most intimate personality. The hu-i i the work of the skilled laborer in any. :
I man side, the pitiful side, appeals to j department Every employer must ,'' UP TO THE MINUTEAll
our sympathies, it rarely excites us figure it out for himself, but each I.
to the extent of giving real money. 'I'knows without figuring that it is not Styles-All Sizes-
AUTO AUTO BUS AND TRUCK I
a And from this economic standpoint small. j I
All Widths.
it is cheaper for the employer of labor It is wholly within the authority of I
to prevent sickness than to |)every employer to insist on the use
Ten Solicited pay
for
Country Driving Eight or
the cost of illness or of enforced idle-'of disease preventives by every la- !, | Come See Us Gasparilla Week !
of the !borer. It be made conditionof
HORSES FOR SALE ness. Many great corporations may a
of Florida, as of other states, have I employment. The United States'
established a sort of sick insurance I'i army requires every soldier to take
'Phone 257. Orlando, Florida fund among their employes, to which j t the anti-typhoid treatment and school I .

each is required to contribute proportionately -j, authorities insist on vaccination I G Glenn! Shoe C@mpanu
to his wages. In return the j against smallpox.
protected laborer is cared for during I f Economists everywhere recognizein
illness and his wages are continued i disease, slight, serious or epidemic '
during disability caused by disease or "! the greatest foe to industrial :i f TAMPA FLORIDA I
Am Leaving FloridaAnd accident. But rarely does the amount progress. This fact was recognized j: !
of the acucmulated assessment from under the system of slavery in this i I'
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21\'UI{Specially Price my two Properties In Winter ParkA i any individual laborer meet the cost country, and the physical condition of i _ __ ____ _ __ ___ ____
!of medical treatment, nursing, etc., in every slave was most carefully guard-".
good 6-room house, 7 acres of land and a fine Grove of 800 i his particular case. The excess of ed. I
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full bearing Orange, Grapefruit and Tangerine Trees. Within two I such cost must be met from the gen- The modern principle that preven-'
blocks of Public School, close to Depot and Post Office. In addi- I FAVORITE LINE STEAMER
tion to making a home this property will make a yearly return on !eral fund to which all employes have tion is better than cure is gaining I
the investment of from 10 to 25 per cent, according to crop and I contributed, or by the employing cor- widest recognition. It is of far ,
market conditions, price 8500.00; also poration itself. Experience has shown reaching importance-economic importance 1
My Residence Property in Winter Park, 12-room, New Modern that the assessments paid by the employed pocketbook importancetoevery and
Manatee
St River Points
Lake front 20 acres of Petersburg
dwelling with every city convenience. usually do not meet the aggre- employer in Florida. It is ,
land highly improved, 1500 Orange and Grapefruit trees, irrigated I I
garden. Property is close in, well located, close to the new gate cost of administering the hOspitals i!,worth the while of every one of themto
Country Club House and Golf Links, a property good enough for in which the ill or injured are stop and consider its personal application -
the most exacting. Special price to make an immediate sale, $16- cared for.Medical. ,I to the conditions that each
500, and wi11 give possession in 30 days. I
See owner only. Write or phone me for a date and I will send I science has provided practical -[must meet. t 3k
my car to any place in Orange County to show you these properties. insurance against a number of I, S yta
:common diseases, in the form of serums -i I BUYS 25,000 ACRES TO RAISE
TOD. F1. KTRTCZEI. : which are sure preventives of CATTLE AND HOGS '

BOX =33, WINTER PARK, FLORIDA typhoid fever, smallpox and the ordi- I I II
Orange ounty's College City and one of Florida's Prettiest places. :nary cold; and others are being developed I Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. 28.---J. L.
They to the extent
are sure
I Kings, one of the largest land dealers
!that their failure has been reduced to
I in hte state, from Brooklyn, a town
an extremely small fraction of one
MAdRTJDER'S"Country per cent. This is a fact-it is no on the Georgia Southern and Florida
guess. I railway, between Palatka and Cake
: For the larger employers of labor City, was in the city Saturday en
'or for the smaller ones, the use of route to Pittsburg, where he will
these preventives among their em- close a deal for the sale of twenty-
Club Car i service"LEAVES ployes is much the most economicaluse five thousand acres of Florida land.It L2Ii
of the sick fund. The average is said to be the purpose of the new i
expense attending an attack of typhoid company purchasing the land to buy
EMPIRE AND SAN JUAN 9 A.M. AND 2 P.M. fever, for instance, is close to thousands of head of hogs and cattle
$500. This includes the loss of time, and develop the land for live stock SPECIAL- GA5PAUILLA: SERVICE
RETURN FROM COUNTRY CLUB 12.30 P3I. and 5.30 PJI.
Telephone 230 and 463. TAJIPA, FLORIDA
proper medical treatment, nursing, purposes. It has long ben known
specially adapted foods, and other that Florida is a fine state for lih Send For Folder and InformationST.
Service
: front any Hotel Im the City by ram>>: PHONE 34.
demands created by the disease whichdo stock, but this is said to be one of the PETERSBURG TRANSPORTATION CO.
ROUND TRIP $1.00. FARE ONE WAY 50*. not exist without itThe cost 9f biggest moyeiaept afoot in iU favor.
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FLORIDA STATE GEOLOGICAL; RUSSIA WILL PLACH CAPTURED
8URTBT ZEPPELIN'S CREW BEFORE
COURT
Announcement of the Publication of
the Annual Report of the Florida Petrograd, via London Jan. 28.-
Geological Survey The Novoe Vremya states that in
order to establish the legal status of
The Sixth Annual Report of the bomb dropping Russia will place the
Florida State Geological Survey is Germans captured in the Zeppelin
published and is available for distri- which recently attacked Libau on
bution. This report contains several triaL They will be charged with
papers reliating to the natural resources dropping bombs on an undefended
of the state making in all a town.
volume of 451 pages including two d''f,, t ti j .

maps and 90 text figure ilustrations.The t.t DENMARK OBJECTING TO DELAYS t S' N w
subjects treated are mineral resources IN CABLE SERVICE
lakes and lake basins and VIA LONDON
for the northern part of the state geographic -
divisions including vegeta- Copenhagen Jan. 26.-(via London
tion types. Jan. 27.)The Danish government is
The chapters on mineral resources making representations to Great
pages 21 to 114, ought to be of inter- Britain over delays in cable communication -
est to every thoughtful citizen of the between Denmark and the
state and of value to owners of min- United States. '
eral deposits prospective investors The delays believed to contributea ;
and those who may intend to put detriment to Danish commerce, are ;
down artesian wells. The mineral supposedt obe due to British censor-
products are treated under the head- .
ings: Ball clay or plastic kaolin; _
brick and tile; diatomaceous earth; ship.SOMETHING
lime; limestone; materials for mortar
and concrete; peat; phesphate rock; NICE! [t -_ y J,
road materials; sand and pravel;
sand-lime brick; and water supplies. Uneeda : j
This part of the report also containssome Two Beautiful Building Lois pr _
BiscuitTempt
newly discovered facts abeut On South Orange Avenue, -
the geology of the Everglades.The the appetite, near Lake Lucerne, splendid CONNER PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT 4 YEARS OLD on Rough Lemon Stock
paper on lake basins pages please the taste and view of the lake, only 1
115 to 159, describes and illustratesan
nourish the body. 2 1.2 blocks from business
interesting type of scenery which Crisp,clean and fresh.
seems to be peculiar to Florida. In cents.Baronet center nice big shade trees
this connection instructions are given 5 shrubbery, &c., adjourning
for draining certain of these lakes. lot to one oi the best res Fruitas
The report on geography and vegetation BiscuitRound dences in city.-For sale by Dnner Prolific r
pages 164 to 437, contains --' WiLT pe
much information never published be- thin, tender- Rl IV.;ROSEREALiESTAT'E
fore about the topography scenery with a delightful flavor r __- : .i.
soils forests and agriculture of the -appropriate for lunch- I Room I a';3.Watkins Block' '
northern part of the state which eon, tea and dinner. Phone 55 Compared with Mid-Season and late '
10 cents.
ought to be useful to homeseekers es

pecially. Among other things it gives Grape Fruit as an Income ProducerDuring
valuable hints about how the agricultural CRAHAMCRACKERS
value of new land may be
determined approximately by means the past five season's grapefruit shipped in straight carlots through
of native vegetation on it (the richest
soils generally producing the fewest Made of the finest ORLANDOCO the Florida Citrus Exchange has averaged during October $2.98 per box f.o.b.; during

evergreens). ingredients. Bakedto October and November $2.78 per box f.o.b.; during December, January and Febru-
A special feature of this vegetation perfection. The ,
report is the indication. by appropriate national strength ary, (midseason), $2.34; during March April and May, (late), $2.39; during June

symbols in the plant index and food zo cents. 26 WEST PINE STREET and July, (very late), $2.241/2 per box f.o.b., showing conclusively that the Con-
elsewhere of the region where eaca
tree or other plant la most abundant, Buy biscuit baked by PHONE 122 ner Prolific variety ripening its fruit for marketing purposes and going to marketin
BO that a person desiring a supply of
any particular kind of timber or NATIONAL BISCUIT f October it worth 64c. per box more than midseasom grapefruit and going to fee

medicinal or ornamental plant can locate COMPANY Best Plumbing at low- market. fm O 4ob.r and November, which is its regular season, is worth 44c. per K>x
it without much low of time.
est Prices
The volume may be obtalaed as a Always look for that Name. More than itid eas.a grapefruit S9c per box more than late grapefruit and We.per

whole if desired although the several i W. are act ia the eembIa.. box more them vary late grapefruit.
papers are also issued as separates. SLJLUTER'B latest UrentlwM wed
.The reports published by the Geological .a all firstCIaaaPlumbing IB addition to this you save loss in number of boxes by dropping>from the trek,
Survey are for general distribution Leg-o'-mutton sleeves have comeback
by thorning by growing light and punky and by ether making culls in the
and this one as well as the preceding again aad this time they are Construction : means

ones, so far as the supply on slurred at the armholes. fruit a toes totaling often one-fourth on the production of a tree, and by picking,g
hand permits may be obtained with
out cost addressing: the State Geologist fruit early yon save twenty-five per cent of your crop. Twenty-five per cent .f t"ie

Tallahassee Florida. WRIGHT SEED CO.We crop add to each box a value about 75e., totaling $1.40 per picke. d box for Conifer

THE NAVAL BATTLE OF THE Prolific grapefruit, abaTe varieties that must be shipped from January on through

FALKLAND ISLANDS carry the Largest Stock of Seed in the seoeoa lentil Juxe and July.

Montevideo Dec. 30.-By( mail to Orange Lxmnty. Agents for the Celebrated ,
New York.-Details of the great si
National Guano Fertilizers These figures furnished b., CasWw t! nqd& Cttcfx 4'rcdaandcs: 6R -
naval battle off the Falkland Islands
'when the British f fel ef Yice-4 2OS So. Orange Ave. tifiei ta "ay lust tf
arrra2 .s- zctee ssn tfit Garman: weasels :-
Scharnnorst, Gneiseran, Leip]."g'
and Nonvbeig, were given here by a

Invincible which lieutenant called, aboard here.the English the dreadnought flagship, OCKLA W AHA NURSERIES

Sturdee's vessels were coaling hi ORLANDO ROOFINGAND
Port Stanley Falkland Islands leav- O. W. CONNER, Proprietor ;
ing the cruiser Canopua to perform
scout dutyoutside when at 7:30 a. m. Box ,5 Tangerines Florida
SHEET METAL CO. i
a lookout aboard the scout spied the
first German craft on the horizon.
Sturdee informed and ordered the
was
cruisers Glasgow and Kent to put to Metal, Slate, Tile, Tin, Asbestos,

sea The at three once. cruisers served as a lure and Rubber Roofings ..
t ri .
to Admiral Von Spec. Believing the : .
enemy was inferior he advanced at Cornices, SkyI1 kLs. IlraU g. Ventilating Metal Ceilings :

full speed and opened ac anncnad

Half aa hour after the first German Works: 14 E. Church St. - ORLANDO ; ,, ;+ L''ti ..
had been seen from the Canopaa .r t- -' "' f
the ntire British squadron suddenly
appeared led the dreadnoughts
by great y

Von Spec Invincible realized and he Inflexible.was about to r- l "''' ctea' i ir

be trapped and ordered a retreat. It I :
was too late. The German vessels
scattered as they fled but the British Hammond Gore
also divided forces and rapidly over
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hauled them.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. '-

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Weatherwaxand
son, of Grand Rapids Miclu, REAL VALUES LOW PRICES I
were among the arrivals in Orlando
yesterday. They passed through here COMPARE x 4 f l a
about a week ago en route to Sea. *
bring and a glimpse of this place was I OUR FURNITUREWe I
enough to cause them to return. They r.- -
expect to remain until the latter part pro ide the quality of furniture that has I long p
of April. been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the :
standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It l tp
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Sacramento Cal. Jan. 28. California wouldn't here were it otherwise. We ca ,'t make -
the country's chief producer of this point too clear-it is one of the foundat on stonesof
raisin grapes had a crop of 180,000- I this business, and that means much to any buyer. I II.
000 pounds in 1914 an increase of

51,000,000 year. The pounds state viticultural over the previous commis- McNEDl & DAVIS BLOCK, y ,

sioner's report made public today Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla.
places the market value of the crop J
at $7,500,000 and the net profit to -
growers at 1500000. J a- I CONNER PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT, 4 YEAR OLD ON SOUR ORANGE STOCK



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We have them in all tionsChiffonBroadthe -

latest in cloth Brocaded Velvet
styles; :
For 1915
Pink, Blue White, Spring and Charmeuse, ANile

Maise. Made beautifully silk lined,
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Chiffon and Nets, atPrice Exhibition and Sale of New Spring Suits, Dress- trimmed, all at,........

1- es, Skirts, Waists, beautiful Silks and Cotton Dress 1.

Fabrics in all the new weaves, styles and colorings. 1 PriceWe





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z- Department
1 r'1 on lines of llenYs.Shoes we are closingout.

leathers.. We have your size and styles in all

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1 Men's $4.00 Shoes ________________$2.98 Men $5.00 Shoes -------------_.$3.79

a Men's $3.50 Shoes ________________$2.79
heartily recommend this style to
i' Ladies Shoes in New Up-to-Date Lasts, = .
men of fashion who desire to be dressed I
f with Kidney heels all sizes and widths, at E
Ii 1 in the height of fashion. Just one of our the following low prices:

r r many styles. Let us show you. Cut $6.00 values at __________________$4.89 "
/ Prices on Suits and Overcoats. $5.00 values at __________________$3.98 '
$4.50 values at __________________$3.33
r' $4.00 values at __________________$3.17 F
$15.00 Suits and Overcoats at$10.75 $3.50 values at __________,________$2.79

., $18.00 Suits and Overcoats at$12.75 $3.00 values at _____ ____________$2.29 ffa
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a $20.00 Suits and Overcoats at$14.75 Odd lot Misses and Children's Shoes; fi "

% $22.50 Suits and Overcoats at$16.75 sizes 11V to 6, $2.50 values at$1.9S I
Special care given to fitting Children's ,"v EERtc
$25.00 Suits and Overcoats at_$18.'i-a- t 1.. ..
COPYRIGHT 1IU4 feet. Bring or send them to us. We are
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Many wonderful bargains in our after supper sales, ann it will pay you to take advan-


tage 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 $-1.00
quality, Saturday Night Special ____________$2.48
WOOL DRESS GOODS, in plain, plaids and fancy
SUGAR BOWLS a beautifully decorated AustrianChina weaves, these good are all worth regular
a regular 20 cent value, Saturday for Ladies, Misses and Children. We
Night Special lOcSWEATERS $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50, Saturday Night Special25c
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have them in all styles I and colors.1 Saturday

Night Special at __________________HALF-PRICE
LADIES ALL WOOL UNDERWEAR shirts and
TALCUM POWDER, one of the Best Brands, delightfully
drawers in white, red, grey and Jager, worth
perfumed, in full Ib. cans, 25c. quality -
regular $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50, Saturday
Night Special 48c REED BASKETS, Art Department, 2nd Floor Saturday Night Special __________________19c
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These are beautiful hand-made Baskets, decorated -
with cast flowers, and j
: plaster some
BUNGALOW APRONS, made of good quality of
of Percales, light and dark colors, 60 and 75c. plain, Saturday Night Special, your choice MEN'S HOSE, a splendid grade, in black and tans,
quality, Saturday Night Special ______________48c at ______________________________HALF-PRICE a regular 15c. quality, Saturday Night Special __lOc



Shoes S Lj (for r Misses an L iI( ren Roof Garden TO-NIGHT Theatre GROCERY DEPART

Extra Values on Canned GoodsSHOES
FOR MISSES AND CHILDREN at a re- 4 BIG REELS EVERY SHOW 4 .
Extra Fancy No. 2 Tomatoes, $1.00 value, per doz75c
markable low price. This is a wonderful opportunity Universal I Drama, Two Reels I H a II-l eonar d
to purchase Shoes for your children MASTER KEY NO. 5. Extra Fancy Early June Peas, $1.80 value, dozen1.40
at Half-Price and less than Half-Price, sizes Extra Fancy Maine Corn, $2.10 value, per dozen$1.40
8V to 2, in Patent, Kid and Gun Metal Leathers L-KO Comedy(Ritchieo) Ready Maid Soups, all varieties, $1.20 value, per
worth regular up to $2.50, Saturday CUPID IN A HOSPITAL. dozen ________80c
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Night Special ____________________________$1.19 AND ONE EXTRA REEL. Extra Fancy Salmon, 30 cent value, per can ________20c




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tilla, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. E.

Graham Circle. at their home on Lucerne i /\7. _

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Joseph left yesterday afternoonfor
Cincinnati Ohio. They will be
absent from Orlando about ten days. .:::::()'.:' :::,,:
Mrs. Gentile, who was called to Pitts-
Safe Funds for the Exposition Trip burg, Pa., on account of the illness
and death of her sister, will return
With "A.B.A." Cheques you will ivo;d many worries in home with them.

regard to your "travel money"-when you y.) i,, tne Expo ... .
sition or anywhere c Isc in the United Staces They are much Hon. Frank Hoover, of Ashley, Indiana .'.
safer to carry than cash. Tnere is no "red tape" in an old time friend of our
using them-just countersign a chrque and piy. jour bill. townsman, Mr. John F. Schumann, is [: Your comfort and prosperity for
,1 l th- b'st rnrrchan; ..di.y;
rffi'-rs r accept
Hotels ticket: a"
in the for few Mr. Hoo-
city a days. .
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these rS n r .
ver, with his wife is spending the
\ ."A. v \." American winter with friends in Kissimmee.Mr. I FLU- H9HS(,
f .M..J:). Association Qiequesi Schumann is showing them over
the city and Mr. Hoover says it is .
f f the best city they have visited since [:1 II It depends upon yourself and your :

I leaving Indiana.Mr. II Ii 1 connections.
? PaanoF ihc E+ywdwn 'Y,:>
r and Mrs. A. L. Henderson were
f jf1 among the passengers reaching Or- :I II II A savings or checking bank accountin
lando yesterday afternoon on the
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i this institution is a positive step 1
Tampa Special to spend the season.
When they left their home in Rock- ii II It : forward. i
; port, N. Y., the weather was anythingbut ; .
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pleasant, rain, sleet, snow, etc., -" ; '.
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. Henderson to a Sentinel representative. 3' : : .;,: .':
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f e in, Ohio Orlando were yesterday among, the comingin arrivals :ft: //j} t?8 )\

The'State BanK of Orlando \jr over the Atlantic Coast Line at .
1:14. They are making a tour of .
Florida and are making their second

--- -- will stop be since here reaching about three the state.weeks They and ti. ( .0 ;l } j r T it itNON
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LOCAL AND PERSONALMr. Mr. J. D. Sherman, proprietor of then visit points of interest further ,
the Silver Lake Fruit Farm and Nur- south returning for another sojournas .
series, Castile N. Y., has arrived in they wend their way homeward.Mr. .

; Frances. Fred have Chase returned and to their daughter homein I Winter Park to spend the winter. :::-:':.:': ":."y.j:".. .:...... .:..:.... ,,:. .: ;, '.:;:.::i,,:, :,,\;, ,:,:,: '.,::Jt.:: :i/.::-t< :
and Mrs. Peter V. Baker and
West Lebanon N. H.
<, Mrs. Augustus Bowgevis and son, Charles reached Orlando yester-
daughter, Miss Rebecca, visitorsto day morning in their large touringcar
; Judge C. A. Boswell, of Polk county are
from Grand Mich. Bad
was among the visitors to Orlando Orlando from Estellevffle, N. Y. Rapids,
roads and "bum" weather
came near
yesterday from Bartow. They are pleasantly located at the
:t causing us to abandon the trip" said
t The irrepressible "Bill" Jones, of San Juan for an indefinite sojourn. Mr. Baker "but we toughed it out
the' and mighty glad that we are safe in
: flrTirntj] was among Floridians

terday.transacting business in Orlando yes- I Two Handsome I such here.a After fine little a day city or as two you spent have in { L.{ A I

this section, they are going to con-
Lake tinue their journey southward to St. ,
Front
Several large touring cars
Petersburg, returning here for a long
Eustis filled with guests now from.1 NOT DANGEROUS
stop when they start northward.
ing at the Ocklawaha hotel, Grove and Home w % I
Orlando yesterday.Mr. .

PropertiesOne I.
and Mrs. Henry, of Toronto,
Canada are in Orlando to spend some
time. They are making their homeat McElroy's P Pharifiacy

the San Juan hotel. .
of them is the pret- I

Indian Commissioner L. A. Spencer, tiest lake front location in EXCLUSIVE AGENTS
who has been spending a couple of !I the State of Florida, with
days in this section, will return todayto large acreage and a most .

Miami. modern dwelling.The .
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Mr. S. O. Chase of Sanford. was other has a fine -
in Orlando yesterday talking up the grove, with modern improvements :
Seminole county fair which is to be and Worthy of

{ held in that city next week. desired.any further improvements The it !f

Mr. A. C. Marks, a former well
known young man of this city, but These are high priced SAN
now residing in Savannah, Ga., was properties, but they are .
in Orlando yesterday. both big bargains. ?huPodc f Slave 1M J

{ JUANDo burns Lava fuel 1 12'C
Tourists arriving at the San Juan
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Buffalo, N. Y, and H. Stettner, of I ,
New Haven, Conn. SlDoliveSSon

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Mrs. W. L. Reddy and Miss Lula REAL ESTATENo. you realize the com- Th.e P
: Caton, of Rock Hill, S. C., who have y

spent several winters in Orlando, 3 WEST PINE STREET forts of steam heat, run-
have arrived and will spend another .
season here. They will make their Second Floor ning hot and cold water
home at the San Juan hotel. Besides reviewing each today, take '
and telephone in your

"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'Europe's ( room. You will find all of thought of every tomorrow, for those who

f Armies these conveniences in every get ahead are the ones who look ah ad.

room in the San Juan.
To look ahead means to be prepared
Add to this comfortable

recognize the convenienceof when opportunity knocks at the door. .
parlors, halls and receptionroom ___

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

service, and you have all financial foundation is solid. Convert a s,
I WRIST WATCH
the up-to-date service that share of your earnings into a saving each fri. f .

you will get in %the best week and your ambition will be realized in a,

Officers and men are wearing hotels in the large cities. .

them. We have them in Gold, the future. '

Silver and Gold Filled---both for This institution offers a safe depository 4 q

= Ladies and Gentlemen. for those who look ahead. On Savings" 1 _ __ + '

i Prices Always the Lowest When
Accounts we pay 4 per cent interest. -
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