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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: January 3, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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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 ID: VID00295
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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THE PEOPLE'S PAPER. f

Direct Service Postal, Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando Progressive Center of the State. )

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VOLUME O & ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1914. : NUMBER 280.

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BY WELL[ [ [ [ [ i I I Ii i McINTOSH PAINFULLY II I,I I SMALL BOY RUSHES- IN FRONT STRIP Of COAST AND lAP ROADS

HURT WHEN CAR PASSES OF LOCOMOTIVE OF

OVER HIM TRAIN NO. 83 -

REPORTS OF LOSSES DOE BOARD OF TRADE WILL TERRIFIC STORM THREATENS
An accident in which Glenn Mcln- Only the eagle eye and quick action i
NOT AGREE BUT KNOWNTO a Western Union messenger, I of the engineer on train 85 of the INVITE COMMISSION MEN[ CROPS IN SACRAMENTO -

BE HEAVY I Dr. Herbert Smith, pharmacist Coast Line as it pulled into the sta- VALLEY
( the Orlando Pharmacy, were the tion from Jacksonville last night
c '! occurred sterday about saved the life of a little, fiveyearoldboy
r THIS SEEMS TO BE THE SENTIMENT I
at the intersection of Pine street the son of a widow of the name
BORDER REFUGE SOUGHT :i i Orange avenue. |' of hail} living in the neighborhood of:; AMONG PROMINENT HEAVY LOSSES FEARED

i I I Dr. Smith was running a Ford car, the station. j MEMBERS
the fact that it was a !i iht ma- j The train was moving at slow speed j
1'' UNITED STATES TROOPS HAVE is probably responsible for the 'and the engine had reached midwaythe John A. Abberger, commercial I FLOOD WARNINGS SENT OUT

t ORDERS TO CARE FOR ALL of serious results. As it is, the station when the child ran in agent for the N. C. & St. L railroad,I I AND PEOPLE ARE URGED t 1I

REFUGEES AFTER FIRST is at the Church Home and Hos front of the locomotive. Going as who spends much of his time In Orlando TO SEEK REFUGE FOR
THEM with his face swollen beyond slowly as it was, there seemed no said yesterday that in his humble I i iI
DISARMING
PERSONAL SAFETY I
suffering from severe chance for the child to escape being opinion it would be a great over I
) about the head and chest. crushed to death beneath the pon-, sight if the Orlando Board of Trade I
Special to the SentineLMarfa (!
: Tex., Jan. 2.-The end of back wheel of the car passed derous wheels, and a scream went up 'failed to invite the commission men I I Special to the Sentinel J
the fourth day of fighting around his face and shoulder, rendering from several women who witnessedthe to visit this town when they came to I San Francisco, Jan. 2.-A terrific .;.
unconscious. Florida for their convention to :wind and rain storm which has held
t. Ojinaga finds the federal defenders child's recklessness. j great I
greatly weakened by the persistentand i'1 The boy was picked up and taken I: The mother and all others are : be held in Jacksonville January 13. I Ii :the Pacific coast states in its grasp
effective long range'artillery fire the office of Dr. Sylvan McElroy, thankful today that there are such i. Mr. Abberger is on the committee for the past seventy-two hours continues

of the rebels, while the latter have his wounds were treated tem- things as emergency brakes. The !of entertainment which will look after I unabated.
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been strengthened by reinforcementsto before being sent to the hos- engineer saw the bit of humanity j the commission men when they reach I A new storm is reported off the

the number of eight hundred men. The physician made a more cross the track, and clamped on his Florida. He says that from fifteen coast of Washington and additional
General Ortega is placing his guns h examination later and found emergency brakes, and the train hundred to two thousand visitors are warnings have been flashed along the
in position to cover the attack on the no bones had been broken, and stopped in an instant and with a jar expected, placing the estimate much coast by the government bureau.
federal tonight. The rebels the condition of the lad was no\ which must have caused passengers a higher than was expected. I Flood warnings have been sent ir.t-
camp : the interior of the state, and the
have plenty of ammunition, and a des- severe jolt. "These men are commission men, peo-
perate struggle is looked for, as the Dr. Smith was driving his car east In spite of his quick action, the : said Mr. Abberger, "and as such theyare I ple have been warned to seek place.
federals realize that no quarter will Pine street, turning 'north into engineer thought the engine had especially interested in the business of safety.
y avenue, and the rid- the child's and he of and citrus The principal danger is in the Sacramento -
be 'given, and the rebels are spurred boy was passed over body, packing shipping I !'
{ on by the anxiety clear the way fora a wheel, when the accident oc. climbed down from his cab expectingto fruits. I am prepared to state that! Valley district, where the 1,
general advance on Mexico City. look upon a horrifying sight, and Orlando has the most up-to-date and !lowlands are already inundated, and
The total number of fatalities on On two other occasions the messen with his heart in his throat. Need- best packing houses in Florida, for I Ii many towns and villages are threat-

both sides is placed by conservative has been struck by automobiles, less to say his relief was great when see them all, and these men ought to i ened.
observers at not more than 250, escaped without serious hurt. lIe he found the child whole and all be invited to visit Orlando. They are I In San Francisco today the high
though the number of wounded is fifteen years old and is the son of right, but dazed from the commotionhe a great crowd of boosters, and it tide carried away forty feet of coast
t more than twice that number. The Inspector 0. A. Mclntosh. had innocently\ cause,!. would help Orlando a whole Jot to get and tonight the high waves in places
the The Sentinel has time and again them here." are lapping over the great highway.
United States troops are guarding ;i :I ,,
; ACCIDENT OF SAME 'called I the attention of the W. T. Sims who aldermanbut
border at Presidio and other points, i i city authorities was an
and have been instructednot to send ; ; KIND OCCURRED LAST NIGHT to the crowds that gather at whose glory suddenly faded with TAFT TO PROMOTE LONG
any deserters or refugees back into j jI I Last night during the downpour of the station at train time, and he in. the advent of commission gvern-I
Mexico. that visited Orlando about ten minent liability*to accidents of the ment, said he was in for it, and had
LIFE THROUGH HYGIENE
Gilcrest Blakely, a young find \\bich came so near to being en- one automobile that the commission

FEDERALS EXPECTED TO FLEE i from Georgia, was sirwk fcys*..ltt-d i Mlsb yaY w r gfc* . dny_ as -- '.. -
TO TEXAS FOR PROTECTION driven by T. S. Abernethy, and that the city commission*will take!they' chose'to com... to iidndo.Judge I -
violently to the pavement, the some action to keep people off the:';, -F- Johnl I. Cheney was in favor EX-PRESIDENT IS MEMBER OF
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Presidio, Tex. Jan. 2.-The hope- ,passing over one of his legs. The premises who have: no business there, of sending them a telegram right ORGANIZATION WITH

less effort on the part of the Mexican occurred in front of the post- and to post watchmen there who will away,. ., and Col. J. N. Bradshaw, president THAT OBJECT .
federal forces at Ojinaga, Mexico, The injured man was taken see that children are kept off thej|! of the Board of Trade, said the
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the border from here to repel McElroy's, drug store and his tracks. I matter would certainly be taken up at
across Albany, N. Y., Jan. 2.Announcement -
of constitutionalists treated. The injuries were Monday night's meeting.
the victorious army
is made here of the incorporation
but the suffered terrific :Ff The Manatee section is making -
which followed them *>n from man a F
PREMIIIPAIDON SCHOOL of an unusual organization to
renewed this ht. preparations to secure a visit from
Chihuahua City, was .lJ'M i I be known as the Life Extension Insti-
of the fight. the commission men, and expects to
morning, the fourth day I tute. The name indicates the
The remaining men of the\ 4,000 ofHuerta's AND UND MEET BONDS BY CHICAGO!fIRM hold them for two or three days. the corporation, which will purposeof seek to
commanded by Gen- j It is very likely that action will be
troops, I lengthen human life by applying mod
and others who 'taken to send a delegation to Jacksonville -
erals Salazar, Orozco
( ON'-CRUSIER[ BOARD ACCEPTS BID AND THE ern science. Professor William Howard -
CHESTER
) have been prominent in the various !' i to extend the invitation in I II %
BONDS WILL BE DELIVERED Taft is chairman of the board of
Several of Orlando's fruit
have torn Mexicoin i person. I
factional wars that j !I SOON !!I directors, and Col. W. C. Gorgas, who
and brokers to be
packers expect
at I 1 I II
recent are expected any
years I did much to reduce the death rate in
!' : at the convention sessions.
moment to desert their almost unten- EXPECTED CONFERENCE The school board ; present
county yesterday j i Panama, is to be a consultant in san
able quarters in the town and race I TAKES PLACE ON WATERS accepted the bid of Cutter, Mayer & itation and hygiene. One of the
across the open country to Presidioon : OF THE GULF 1< Co., of Chicago, for the bond issue of !! WOMAN TAKES OFFICE originators of the organization is Dr
the American side of the border. i j I $50,000 which was authorized by the I UNDER MAYOR MITCHEL! E. L. Fiske, the prominent insurance
Hre Major McNamee has but 500 I to the Sentinel. > freeholders of the Orlando school dis- New York, Jan. 2.-Among the appointees company medical director of New l
cavalrymen to meet and disarm some Pass Christian, Jan. 2.-The long trict November 12 for the erection I of Mayor Purroy Mitchel,'York city, whose scentific researches f/
/5000 or more men. lie has instructions ,;| conference between Presi: : and equipment of another school who took the oath of office yesterday,I have covered wide scope. ,,;
today from Washington to admit I Wilson and his special envoy to :building in Orlando. was Miss Katherine Bement Davis,I The'new corporation will performits
first ; John Lind, took place tonight the first to become the head I
the fugitives if they come, I ff That the condition of the bond market woman servic both for life insuran
disarming them. the cruiser Chester, out in the is-much better than it was a few I of a New York city department, as I companies and for the general p

Only guesses can be made at the I months'ago is indicated by the char-i commissioner of correction. lie. There are to be periodical e'
number of killed and wounded on The president boarded the Chester acter of the bids received by the:I Dr. Davis, after her induction into I, inations of the physical conditkj
both sides. It is generally estimatedthat I at six o'clock, and was in con- board. The bid of the successful firm the office of commissioner of correction ; policy holders and other indivi

of the 10,000 men engaged in ; I with Lind until a late hour. was par with accrued interest, a premium !II was the guest at a New Year's1:and life saving knowledge is to j
battle fully 1,000 have been killed. was accompanied by Dr. Grayson of $60 the purchasers agreeing tea of the woman suffrage party at : seminated.' The method to be

Many of the wounded are out on the secret service men. to furnish the bonds free of expense I I its headquarters, when she showed prolonging human life is the aj
field of battle. Perhaps 200 are being Although it was hoped that the tb the board ready,for execution, and I I that a woman public official can refrain that applied to ordinary machi.
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cared for on this side of the border. I would make some statement to pay their attorney for passing on I from talking about her plans. inspection and repairs. Any p]
I regard to the conference this hope the issue. However, she let it be known that whether an insurance policy hold\:
ALL FUGITIVES TO BE abandoned when it became appar The other bids submitted were as she proposed ,to tolerate nothing inhuman an outside individual, may have
GIVEN REFUGE ON THIS SIDE that he might rot return to his followe: I in the treatment of prisoners expert examination made of his phys.

C before midnight. : C. H,- Coffin, Chicago, 30,051; less I and that she would help any proper ical condition. If he is entitled to th;
Washington, Jan. 2.-Brig. Gen. ) There was the possibility/af the one thousand dollars to cover cost of inquiry into the conduct of city pris- ': examination as a policy holder of ai,

'' Tasker H. Bliss, commanding the ; becoming rough andjthe presi- printing, and attorney's fee. ons."I insurance company that contracts foi
[Texas border forces, has been in- remaining on board'.'.all.- night. John Nuveen & Co., Chicago, $50-I know that many of the city's the service he has it without cost to
acted by Secretary Garrison to permit I .. 027.50, less $250 for attorney's fee jails are overcrowded," Miss Davis himself.
Mexican refugees to cross into I OF MR. THOS. GREENE !and co'st'of printing. said. "I know 'doubling up' exists:I Among the directors of the insti-
Teas from Ojiniga if that is neces- PASSES THROUGH ORLANDO Hoehler(& Cummings, Toledo, $47- and is a source of serious evils. But tute are Professor Taft, who since his
sai to save their lives. The latest lr. Mahlon Gore went to the sta- G3J: ;wi? accrued interest, and offer you must remember that the war- experience with tropical hygiene in
or 4r to General Bliss, which reiterate yesterday afternoon to meet the ing to furnish the bonds free of cost I dens must receive the prisoners sent the Philippines and Panama has been
former orders on the same' sub- I bound train which was bear- to the. ]:() 'rt. r rBolger to them." an enthusiast on modem scientific hygiene -

ject follows: the body of his friend, Thomas ,, Mosser & Willaman, Chi- ; H. A. l.ey; of Springfield,
"With reference to possible situation back to the home of the fam- cage, pap 'and accrued.jnterest. J!I PROMINENT ATLANTA MAN Mass.; Prof.: Irving Fisher, of Yale?
at Ojinaga, incident to people I at Sioux City, la. Mrs. Greene The firm' i whose bid was accepted;| WINTERING IN ORLANDO E. E. Rittenhouse, of New York; Robert
crossing: the river, you will have to Miss Bennett Greene were ac- signified a readiness to take the bonds )lr. J. P. Stevens, accompanied by1Irs. W. de Forest, oresident of the
meet ,demands of the situation, whiciCB the remains home. Mr. as soon,as the preliminaries could be'!' Stevens and Miss Alexander, is Metropolitan Museum of Arts and
not be foreseen at present. Extend Mrs. Greene and their daughter arrange; and all dispatch will be1 1 1 spending the winter in Orlando. Mr. trustee of the Russell Sage Foanda"-

i such aid to wounded as humanity the past two winters in Orlan- eliYericg the issue. I I Stevens is the head of the Stevens tion; Frank A. Vanderlip, presidentof
dictates and permit refugees to cross and on their way to St. Peters- : The board will not begin work on I Er.graving; company, of Atlanta, one the National City bank of New-
the river if crossing is necessary to this year stopped off and spent the school' house for some time, how-I,O ]the oldest and most reliable houses York; Charles H. Sa>ain, vicepresident -
[ weeks with Mr. and for all \the kind in the South and
save 3ife."In Mrs. ever, by exercising haste it of one of the Guaranty Trust companyof
other word, you are not expected who tried to get them to spend would be*possible to complete the\j having an immense business in Florida New York; Dr. E. R. L. Gould,
to force people back to Mexin remainder of the winter here, building :only a short time before the i Mr. Stevens said last night that president of the City and Suburban
side if they are liable to be shot they had decided to' go further close of the spring term, and it would!IthLfe would be his fifth winter in Or. Lands company; Francis R. Cooley,
otherwise injured on their return. The death of Mr. Greene took then be impractical to make a change i i I lan o. "Every time I come I like it banker, of Hartford, Conn.; and Henry -
[>perate fully with the Red Cross. at St. Petersburg. to occupy it. So ample time will betaken I' bettt 'f," he saId. )Ir. Stevens had H. Bowman, banker, of Springfield,
Va\ ars: not expected to turn suppliesr I to make a thorough job of it,I man pleasant things to say about Mass. Mr. E. E. Rittenhouse,' now
\ to the Red Cross but to cooperKith Curtis & O'Neal are shoving zn and the new school house will be thec ogress of Orlando, and the dent conservation commissioner of the

i it in its work to such extent line of ladies' alligator shop* ready for the beginning of the next,vi te which he thought the fu- Equitable Life Assurance society, i-


jay be necessary) to meet the ur- bags, from $2.50 up. fall term. =_.H /tn t Js jld certainly bring. president of the institute.





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Pine Castle, Fla., Dec.! 30.-Mrs. Non fOE c TOD7 T !

t\ F. W. Pond, of Conneaut, Ohio, is -
here for the winter and has with her M

t-, a house. John party Sample of Conneaut and family people.Mr. who. You Must Trust Your Druggist as You

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have cottage been, moved living to in Orlando E. L.Monday.Mr. Sphaler's. I Do Your Doctor

.and Mrs. L C. Newell had their I
family with thorn for Christmas dinner : You have confidence in your doctor and are willing to

aiP'ng whom were Mr. and Mrs. : take any medicine he prescribes. But you don't always Grand Theatre lOc
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and and daughter,,
Cary ioguh son
know what is ordered or whether it ,is properly compounded -
of Asntabula, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs.J. :
J. Newell and children, of Orlando.Mr. : by the druggist. Therefore you must trust

H. A. Hoffner, of Orlando,, your druggist as you do your doctor. Every possible 3:30 MUmff IU 3:30

spent Christmas day with his parents safeguard is placed around our prescription compounding.

Dr., Mr.C. and E. Filbert Mrs. C.took H. Hoffner.Christmas We have a system that makes to errors practically and also.im Last dav of DOC BAKER and his big voice in latest ,\
possible. You can trust us as purity price,
dinner Fuller. with Mr. and Mrs. Harvey A'j Ask your doctor about us. | New York hits and character changes

Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hall were
at dinner Christmas of Mr. ahd Mrs. | Lubins Powerful Drama-The Counterfeiters Fate.

Homer Sheldon. I DeLANEY & ABERNETHYOrlando !
Miss Anna Funk and her brother ; I Essanay's Splendid Comedy...A Borrowed fdeniil;-.
James were here from Rollins college I -:- DRUGGISTS. -:- Florida.

for the holidays and were guests of : . .. . I . J , 4 .. . .. . . . .. . j I VITAGRAPH'S..-usual Saturday C err cd) -Encugh Said.
their cousin, Mrs. C. J., Sweet. Miss
Funk is a student of music at Rollins I' Real Music the Grands Real Orchtslra
..el"ttt6 }ttOIO : IIII tel'QIIII.t 4 by (
college and her playing at the entertainment :". Y
Christmas eve was very I: l1
W LIA M A. BRAD Y, Ltd., PresentsBOUT
much njoyed. I'' T Coming next Tuesday, Seligs Greatest Animal Masterpiece
,( Mr. Paul Parker was home from I: :
West Point, N. Y., for a short vacation I "
in the Midst of the JUl1g'le"Three
spent with his mother, Mrs. M. \
B. Parker, and sisters. Mrs. E. D 11. i
Perkins and Mrs. J. A. Wilkers. His < : Reels of Thrills and Terrors.--and an exceptional program.

brother, Mr. Jerome Parker and wife, j DON'T MISS IT.

of party Winter for dinner Park,at joined the home the of family Mr. I THE ON GKtAHST RECORD PLAY I AND I GEORGE BRO&DHURST By I I All Next Week-Helen Fredivin-Thc-Vest Pocket Prima Donna ji

E. D. M. Perkins, Christmas day.
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Dr. Geo. T. Bennett is building a Coming Tuesday January 20th-James K. Hackett-In the Prisoner ol Zenda ; ;

new garage on his place here. J -Feature Players Massive Production under direction ol Daniel Frohman. I I.ft.

Mr. F. W. Sch'i'hamer' 1= on the raid ForDirect i . . I
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sick list and :Mr. Wm. Wigman is suffering { tllKtjftt6t9ICeiiH..I'I'GIII'iCII.aa.v"c' o".I 'i .r.rr ."". " 1111
from running a nail into his .

foot.Mr.. and Mrs. E. L. Sphaler enter- from a Year's Run at For Economy and pur-
tained a family dinner party Saturday ,tl C
which included the Sphaler fam- WM. A. BRADY'S Playhouse, New York City. W RIG H T CO chase power of your mon-

ilies from Taft and Mr. and Mrs.W. & SEED "Try Wright's" Farm
X ESTATE ey,
N. Gartman, of Hartford, Ala., and [ Coming here with the same Magnificent Production and FOR REAL
numbered twenty persons in all. I Thais Our Business and Garden Seeds. in
MAIL ORDERS NOW.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hansel and [ Wonderful Cast. Orlando, Florida bulk. "Motto" Quantityand

family were guests Christmas day of Seats on Sale at Butt's Prices 50 cents, 75, $1.00, $1.50I'IIIIIIIII.t.tttll'J
their daughter, :Mrs. J.C;., Fulftid, at [ Quality.
her home in Lockhart.
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The Lake View Inn has had a num- [ | Fresh Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice, 40 cents 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butter, 40

ber of transient people lately. There will be more autos in this WOOD, COAL AND ICE cents; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 cents

Mr. and Mrs. Gus Knudson have a hap.section when the brick road is built. Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's lozeri; Butter Milk, 10 cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, (selects) 50 cents quart, 30cents
at their home.
new
son Burrell Scott made an important I Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
Mr. pint.
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The Christmas entertainment given
\_ on Christmas eve' at the school house sale a few days ago to Mr. Par- Individual Package 10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits, "That Xmas Present" delivered by Express,

was well attended, considering the tin, of Kissimmee. He sold two his hundred home Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.
place east of Conway, on Court street. 12-5-tf
very bad weather. head of cattle and __- - -- ---+.&- _
The school children have another and twenty-four i iA" --- . .
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week of vacation and they all seem I FIRE INSURANCE
to be enjoying it. The teachers all
spent Christmas at their respective sum.Mr.. Symonds house steadily has been since running November his- The Good Old Christmas Carols
packing
homes. 1st and has been doing a good '
successful business. are charming when played The r\ElTto Success.
TAFT ITEMS i and Mr. Akers has been quite ill for the ill!! I IlIII h 'III.iII1, Ilrll Q on a Kimball Piano. You tI T rA
have in
certainly should one eouNTRYREALE5JATpj
past few days. Give yourselfthe
Taft, Fla., Dec 31.-On Christmaseve Mr. J. P. Rutherford and son, Rob. I your house.of good music JAHSEM

the Union Sunday school had very ert, arrived a few days ago and will for the pleasure rest of your life by ,
interesting exercises at the M. E. their vacation here. Mr. Rutherford I of
spend making yourself a present IMPROVED AN t IBTARYJNIMPROVEC
chapel. Although it was a wet, stormy had one thousand boxes of : Knabe Piano. You can afford
night, there was a good crowd out to oranges on his grove this year and I: r ?4 a it all right. Our prices tKLAriUUFLORIDA. )ULIC
witness and hear the efforts of the feels very much encouraged. He and and terms insure that. .
little ones, and! the older ones also as his family are very much in love with :. Knabe G'ands
entertainers. Where all did so nicely, Florida and spend a great part 01 Knabe Upright
from the smallest tot up to the super their time on the beautiful waters of j "(he Worlds Best Pianos." Office in Rock Bull lag N.ORANGE AVE. Opposite San Jinn 8olelNursery )

intendent and the pastor, it would be Lake Conway, in their safety canoe, Kimball Player Pianos
impossible to make individual distinc rowing and fishing. Kimball Upright and Grand Pianos IMMllllltllllllilMMIMHtmitimitMHOMiMMjHas
tion. A large Christmas tree, loaded We had a quiet but pleasant Christ :
with many elegant gifts, was relievedof An entertainment was given : t
its burden much to the delight of' in mas.the afternoon at the M. E. church. A Number of Slightly Used

all, especially the children. Every- Prof. Jones and Hon. G. W. Crawford : tl w l' i
off pleasantly inside, especially :
thing passed made the addresses. It was Pianos Very CheapDrennenLattner ,
notwithstanding the rain outside. for the children, all of whom received -
Miss Ava Collins arrived last Thurs- gifts.
y from the North, ,where she has We called at the Sentinel office a

visiting through the summer.is day of so ago and received a gracious always been accepted in Orange County as the
with her father, J. A. Ferris,
at home from Mr. and Mrs.
welcome Co. be obtained. NO has ever complainedand
best one
[ns, and her sister, on Palm ave. and were pleased to note the busy life_ to
and air of success and 'L I no oneever will, because our trees are the best

W. C. Golden, who has been We offer New Year's prospentY'1 Orlando Fla.iiMiiHiiiiiiiiiiMnmniimtiiiMillllllliii. and cheapest (in the end) pussible to procure.
ing a series of meetings here, Sentinel, to the county ,
by Revs. Ash and Murphy, and to all who contribute Who ever heard of one untrue to name or whoever
iliged to close them, on accountness I ..
of the paper.
cess heard of claim?
and the inclement weather, Mr. Smith, of Boston, Mass., is visiting "--------- an ignored

has returned to his home. He his brother, Mr. W. P. Smith.j t We offer you first choice from the largest stockin
1 come again and resume them
later. With the opening of the Ponce de the world for this season's planting and your suc-

The people are harvesting their po-, Leon hotel in St. Augustine next cess with our stock is already assured when your

tatoes now and report a fine crop, but week all of the tourist hotels of the grove is planted. Free advice as to stock and per-
sweet potatoes are not so favorable, Ancient City will be in operation and
hardly up to the usual average. The entertaining guests from all sections sonal inspection of your land when requested on any

only way to succeed is to try, try of the country. 1 j planting of 300 trees or more. Suitable discounts
again. Better luck next time, possi I In fact the best
to planters of large acreage. very !
of the St. Petersburg
bly. members
lodge The of the order of the Knights and of everything and 0. W. Conner behind it all.

have just closedan ,
CONWAY ITEMS Ladies of Security I
exceedingly successful campaignin I

Conway, Fla;.Dec 31.-Miss Margaret which thirty-seven new memberswere THE .FAMOUS FORD ADDRESS
Hill is rapidly convalescingafter secured.
her recent illness during the and
early part of the holidays. On re T. P. Alston has resigned as gen-:
turning home she found many beautiful eral manager of the St. Johns Electric and TEE POPULAR HUPMOBiLE OCKLAAHA NURSERIES
in St. Augustine
presents to gladden her, from company .
friends and relatives. that office has been abolished. 0. H. Call
beat. or
hard to I
A pair
Some of our neighbors are away on Fant has been named superintendentin Fla.
a hunting expedition.Mrs. charge of operation and Secretaryand Phone for demonstration. Dept. 23, Tangerine,
is in
Scott, Sr., spent the greater Treasurer E. S. Spencer ilMlill
part of the holidays with her daughter charge of the property.
Kissimmee. I F. G. RUSh
near announcj
Mr. Chris Dohlman is here from The new home which has [been I The, musical play, "Christmas With Guyte P. McCord has
Jacksonville and is visiting among erected by the Knights of Columbus: Phone 226 1 the Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe" .his candidacy for mayor.of Tall

friends, and is also attending to his in St. Augustine was formally pened was given by a home talent at the see.
property in this neighborhood.Mr. New Year's eve, when a big re ptionwas Duval Theaer in Jacksonville a few
W. J. Conoly has purchased a tendered to the Daugh rs of nights ago for the benefit of the Dan- Plans have been completed for]
Ford machine and may be seen daily sabella. It is said to be ha] mely iel Orphanage. A large sum was new layoff system of sewers #l

with his hand on the lever learning equipped and presents a mo 'ling realized, every seat being filled. installed in Tampa.

the art of running it without a appearance.

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invested.. Mar-

tricity.Select. in ket value )$1500. of'moving furniture .

4 neighbor- Wide piazza. Lath -

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: location and floor plan. SEE THEM FOR TERMS


Made possible throw our Look for_the sign.


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One Night, Monday, January 5 ,

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WilY THE JEWS GET AHEAD OHUIW 'H STRKET


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t of Individuals economical.-Gov.Michigan.If those who who. have have Chase ben been thrifty S.successfulare Osbcrr an (1t!i ORLANDO O BANK & TRUST l COMPANY A I I'' A Complete House I


you ride or walk up lower Broad- r,
way, New York City, say, from the ,
: Orlando. IOI--.i: <] a.t .
City Hall to Wanamaker's store, r ,
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distance of about a mile and a quartera ..
thing will strike you most is th i .
fact that filly ninety per cent. of th 1906-1918( ( Bungalow-New-Modern
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names on the places of business o1
Lot covered with fine large trees full of oranges and
both sides of the street are unmis-
takably Jewish. grapefruit. Five rooms and bath. Located just off Eola

Park and only few blocks from Court House.
Another thing which would not b. a We know

so apparent to you, although it is r As the old year draws to a close, many of us wonder what : of no other house in Orlando to compare with it at the
fact nevertheless, is that most of then price. Terms.
successful Jewish merchants are onl} has become of the resolutions we made in the beginning of the .

one or two generations removed fror .
the East Side wher their fathers o' year, to open a BANK ACCOUNT. Some have stuck by their .,
FIVE ACRE TRACTS
grandfathers European arrived countries as immigrantsfrom in scare? resolution, and are now enjoying the ownership of a BANK. BOOK, Near Lake Underhill. Finest grove land and finest grovesin

of an opportunity in the land of thi with big round figures written therein, which mean so much to one :: Orange County. Develop a grove on Jour monthly spare
free. change. PRICE Sao PER ACRE. Timber practically pays ;
for clearing.
Many of the most successful Jew on a "RAINY DAY. ,
in New York do not go back any fur -

ther than their youth to the immi C NO INTEREST-NO TAXESORLANDt

grant period. Robert Smith, a little t To you who have not realized the joy of your resolution ) the deed.
over thirty years ago, wash poo 'REAL
immigrant from Russia. He starter through the o d year, \\\\l' Ay)T3E; STA J NOW and appreciate ESTATE CO.
out as a peddler. Today he is at the l Room 2. Watkins Block t
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head of a lafge fur house and ownsa It having a BANK ACCOUNT all your own in the ORLANDO:- "

piece of real estate in the heart of i ;H t+H++"tll 81111Mt.t
New York worth 1000000. Anothe' : i t BANK & TRUST COMPANY, and we will work for our mutual

remarkable case is that of Louis J. C
befit. .1111 a ; 111 4bi ifi44 }4 -)h lt-f if 4rAltarnonte
Horowitz, who was born in Russia r
thirty-eight years ago, landed ir
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New York without money and with kV I The I

out friends twenty-one years ago.and
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is now president of a company which i
is the foremost building organizationin :i I; II. &1. sam, President.V.. M. DAVIS, Vice-President. G. E. MIAN, Cashier. I Allamonte Springs, Florida

the world, the constructor of the
Woolworth building, the Municipal .. W t h"ft r HjH t .. i+ K44W4, e U.4t 4'W
I. II fa II Ht IIlttt I" e II Ie U U Itt"H44 tU H4 H .t-\-,-> !riMry building, the McAlpin Hotel and many
other mamoth structures in the me-
tropolis.The beautiful spot in all Florida

Jews in the past thirty years :: PECIAL FOR Nine miles from Orlando. Every com-
have swept aside all other nationalities fort and amusements, Golf, etc. Amongthe

in the clothing industry. They tall pines, between two lovely lakes.
have entirely transformed the businessin a f' Cusine and service first-class.
all its details. They are likewise
obtaining control of the tobaccd ; LlXmas HolIdays

business, the theater business, and
GEO. E. BATES & SON I
Proprietors
many other lines. They are also be- ,
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coming the cities.great land owners, especiallyin I Regular $6 and $7. Pants 11111111111'1'llt'IIICISAIIII"ealll ...at..tllllt

They have accomplished this suc- \ \
cess as land holders by the exerciseof \

precisely those traits and talents : I , lade to Ypur Measure Off With Old. On With the NewIt
that have led to their control of the .
clothing industries-their ability to

economize, to operate on a small cap- is no use to mourn over the lapses and
ital and to find minute profits in hith- I' \ I
'i'i. failures of 1913. Brace ? the
l $3.5 up : or new year
erto unsuspected corners. II Il//
Burton J. Hendrick, writing in Me
which' is only a few days ahead of you. We
Clure's Magazine, explained the suc- j.
cess of the Jew in America thus: Li: i: == =- expect it to be the largest year in our bus-

"He is the greatest "shoe-sti in::;" JI i iness history and in order to make it so we ,
capitalist in the world. He can do ,
with one dollar what the average citizen : CoO L.. PIPXII are going to serve you better than ever be-

can do with ten. He can start on 4----_,I .'. fore. You cannot afford to overlook us when
the smallest possible scale, finance h' 34 CHURCH STREET
himself for months in hand-to-mouth you are in need of Blank Books, Office Sup-

fashion, have in picturesque ways plies fine Stationery, Musical Goods, etc.
that would to the
never occur average t
man, gradually get a grip and I I TO TRY SCHMIDT AGAIN JAN. 12 The Cathedral School i i' "IIOCf 10 HU' We save you...money on a great many necessities
ultimately emer e'with a large a .d .
I I Automobile for Hire
profitable business in his control. II I EAST CENTRAL AVENUE | J; '
New York, Jan. .-Hans Schmidt, W. S. BRANCH *
In other words, the Jewish people Orlando's Seleci: Boarding and; New Five Passenger ,
in whose trial for the murder of Anna
prepare for their opportunity, keep- Aumueller the jury disagreed, will be i Day School For Girls i PHONE 4191WE &
ing in mind the truth expressed by I The Arcade Book and Music Store
tried for the second time
that illustrious member of their race, beginning!Reopens Wednesday, October 1. 1 H e 0 ,II . ,11 . _.
Disraeli (Lord Beaconsfield), the for January 12. I' Primary, Intermediate, and College II ----- -
mer prime minister to England, who .1 Preparatory Grades. A noted Cleveland architect, William yard, will leave here January 5 for
WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LEXSE--
said: "The greatest secret of suc- If yea rant the news, you need Ii'I Also Courses in Music, Art, Elocution AND DO ALL KINDS OF S. Lougee, has purchased a lot Culebra, where they will spend six
cess in life is to be ready when your the Sentinel. i Domestic *ience, Physical Cul OPTICAL REPAIRING in St Augustine and will soon commerce -..weeks with the battleship fleet engaged -
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opportunity comes."-St. Augustine ,ture. the erection of a residence on in maneuvers The marines
4 Record. Twelve specially trained Teachers. ame which will be one of the pretti- and naval vessels and probably several -
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Individual attention. Loving care.I ;.-:........:/: >st in the Ancient City. Mr. Lougee.s :i hundred more marines will then
DRS.UJGME HARPER I REV. RODERICK P. COBB, A. M., v" /.::.: 1": \ superintending architect of the new i i i return to the Pensacola 'ard.-Pt'n-
SMITH KNOCKS I'ELKY sacola Note in Times-Union.
( PHINE HARPEROSTEOPATHS I Principal.I :ity hall now being erected in Cleve-
OUT IN FIFTEEN ROUNDS
t and. He will hereafter spend his
winters in St. Augustine.All .
San Francisco, Jan. .-Smith < | Oldest Established Practice In I W. T. ENTRICAN, DR. L H. RAMSDELL Ruge Bros.' canning plant in Apa-
Orlando I lachicola will soon begin canning
I oysters -
knocked Pelky out in the fifteenth OPTOMETRIST
19 W. Church Street, Up-Stairs Painter and interior decorator. New of the naval vessels and the and with this in operation
of
round their
here this afternoon.twenty Smith round had fight the Confutation animation FreelilHIHHIIilMMIMMM Ex- ideas and old ones, too. Flume 636.I (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins) transport Prairie, which will take 800 there will be three plants canning oysters -

better of the fight all the way. Expert 12-21-lm workmen employed. j ORLANDO, - FLORIDA marines from the Pensacola navy in that town."BOUGHT .




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THE DAILY I HOW BLIND ARE THOSE WHO GASPARILLA CARNIVALTO .t'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII" I!
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': South Florida Sentinel The Gasparilla carnival to be held I A. Y. FUI.IER R. L. FOX

MORNING AND WEEKLY The Tampa Times is openly, in Tampa February 21-24 is going to Elegant Home

JOSIAH FERRIS, Editor and Owner. avowedly, insistently and persistently be something different from any carnival I THE PALMS AUTO COREO ,
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opposed to commission governmentand I' or celebration ever held in this II I FOR
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Florida SALENew
as Second Class Mail Matter loses no chance to land it a rap, state and it is the wish of the pro-
and it doesn't to make much MOTOR CARS
appear moters that every town from Ocala
SUBSCRIPTION RATES difference with the Times whether it and Sanford south, participate in this two-story residence, six
THE DAILY SENTINELOne For life and low cost of Ye also
gets its facts right provided the carnival. long upkeep. carry a ]rooms and bath. Corner lot close
Year ....................$5.00
Six Months ................... 2.50 going is good. We reproduce its here- The Gasparilla Carnival associa- full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good force j in and fine location. Handsome-
with an editorial from yesterday'sissue tion was organized by the businessmen
Three Months ................ 1.25
of repair men. All our work is absolutely ]decorated
-- as follows: of the city of Tampa for the competent fine electric fixtures

SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1914. Lakeland and Orlando have recent- purpose of advertising Tampa and guaranteed. all doors and windows
1)and almost simultaneously, ven- south Florida and attracting the at-
tured upon the experiment'of the screened. Choice and
That rain last night was a trash commission form of government, both, tention of thousands of people from orange
mover. we believe, going into effect on the all sections of the United States and grapefruit trees. The best valuein
first day of the year. Canada to this section of the state
o
With the advent of the brand-new THE PALMS AUTO CO the city at $3,500.Cooper .
The Mexican situation is approaching governments came to each several and to provide amusement for the
an interesting climax, between the brand-new embarrassments. When 1 many tourists that are in the stateat I

fighting around Ojinaga and the con- the old council of Lakeland assembledon this season of the year and for the FULLER & FOX, Proprietors. Atha
the first for the of attend-
ference the cruiser Chester. purpose people of Florida. As we are all mutually -
on
ing their own official funeral and interested in this section of the i"I"'I'I'lolle lr'.ell' IIIO"131 clal'lle'I"lo'l
o turning over their assets for admin- 111 SOUTH ORANGE AYE.
Some of "Thorn's" productions in istration, and just as their successors, state, it is the duty of every town to I

the Palm Beach Post are really the commissioners, were about to be make this celebration their celebra- \ till 11111 11I11 11111 II' I1111 11111. 11111 11111 11110 II' I'
sworn into office and assume the direction Orlando Florida
tion and paricipate in the carnival -
humorous; he should try them on the o of affairs municipal, there I ,
appeared -
either floats committees decorated
by ,
comic weeklies.Not
upon the scene a deputy sher- 1253m.
o iff and served an injunction upon the automobiles or in some manner that I
of the commissioners restraining them from will be representative of our town and
a single one larger pa-
assuming control, or transacting any section.It Notice to auto Oner
pers in the state with the space to financial business relating to the affairs -
is the idea of the carnival
devote to it has made a comprehensive of the city. association -
digest of the Everglades report. The old council adjourned subjectto to have every float in the I .' . . . .. .... .
call, without turning over thingsto grand parade decorated with a differ-
This cost the state some forty thousand -
the commissioners, and the commissioners R. L. HOLLANDwill
ent flower which will1 make a very
dollars, and the people should
also
adjourned subject to
know what's in it. call, after taking the oath of office. beautiful and artistic display and especially u rely Auto ml I

0 Thus has the happy city of Lakelandtwo appropriate as Florida has recover your old Auto or Buggy "
Tampa knew where to send to get fully constituted governments, always been known as "the land of

the right man to manage its Gasparil.' tion.complete She in has every now feature an excellent and func-opportunity flowers." I Tops Make your Back and Cush- The oil that has

la carnival, that's why she drew on of judging, by placing them Let us get together and send a rep-
Orange county for William Chase side-by-side, between their respective resentative to Tampa that will reflect ion Slip Covers and Auto Top, dust stood the supreme -
If the merits. It is not often that a city has credit on our town and secure for
Temple. Tampa reporters placed before it such test
an opportunity.With this section the best and cheapest ad- New cushion work for
don't quit referring to Mr. Temple'shome Orlando it is a little different. covers. top or
as Winter Haven though, WilLiam -I There it was discovered at the elev- vertising that we could possibly get.
will chase them. nth hour that the new charter did carriages and buggies at reasonable - --==-- THATGood --- a
I'I'o not clothe any particular individual ENTHUSIASTIC PHOTOGRAPHERForrest
with the power of holding the munici- All work and material
Zimmer who has the prices
,
The houses guar-
packing are busy again pal court and passing upon the ques-
after a short rest for the holiday sea tion of the guilt or innocence of of- leading role in William A. Brady's Gulf
fenders the anteed by T. M. Coppedge TrimmerMIIIMillMMMMItlMMHIIIHIIMMMMIIItlMMM Gasoline
son. Prices haven't ruled at the high- against city ordinances.It success "Bought and Paid For", ,
was determined that the entire
est notch, but the citrus fruit men board of three city commissionersmust which comes to the Orlando opera

seem to be pretty well satisfied, and sitin all its plenitude of dignity house on Monday night, January 5. -AT-
there is still an active demand for upon every individual case. is an enthusiastic photographer, and
Whereat the members of the said has one of he finest amateur studiosin
It is the best
grove property. yet one

investment in Florida. I they board do are not in all much covet tribulation the title, and for I New York. Here, surrounded by R. L l. HOLLAND CARRIAGE b[ SHOP r : P. G. WALTON Agt.
o irerogative of "judge," and they just his many forms of photographic apparatus ,
George C. Martin, the Brooksville vow that they won't hold court-and he passes his summer vaca-
there: you are. In the mean time prisoners tion working harder than he does on
lawyer, is said to be in a receptive are accumulating with no way PHONES 450269Miiiiiitititomitiimt
mood for the United States senator- to dispose of them. The embar- tour. .
ship. Unfortunately for Mr. Martina rassed commissioners are, it is said, In the past three years :Mr. Zimmer *
man must possess something more gravely considering the expedient of has gone in for color work and has
abrogating all criminal ordinances, at
if he I made some wonderful specimens of
than
mere eptiveness hopesto least until they get rid of their
still life in their natural colors. So
... win the nomination. If he couldn't plethora of judges.
make a riffle in the race for congressman We regret to have our confidencein far his experiments have been con-

at large what hope could the Times thus rudely shaken, ducted indoors, inasmuch as he is

he have in the race for the senate? having heretofore regarded it with no only able to get color effects by the

o- little respect for its seeming reliability use of artificial light. The light he

General Rosalie Jones, who is and trustworthiness. If the uses is the same as is employed by .

America's nearest approach to a militant -I Times editor had been reading the moving picture photographers when ,

suffragette, is on a tramp from Sentinel he would have been reliably making indoor negatives.Just 1.
New York to Albany, accompanied bya I informed concerning the status of the how this light is utilized, he

squad of her kind They will pre- city commission and the commission is keeping a secret, but as soon as his
government in Orlando. There researches are completed he says he
sent a message to Governor Glynn. were I I
And what then? It would appear at no prisoners to be tried the first day, will announce it to the trade. His .
this distance that General Rosalie and the second day there were only I!results are artistic but in its present Jewelry Gifts Me Always Appreciated
I'
the invention is commerciallyof
shape
and her companions are getting a two cases and they were promptly disposed -
good deal of free advertising which of, and without any complaint 0, little value, as a small plate the

can not be turned to account.o I on the part of any of the judges. 'size of a hand costs in the neighbor-

-- -- They haven't vowed that they 'Won'thold hood of twenty-two dollars to finish.

The highest English court has decided court, and no prisoners are accumulating The fact that he appears nightly at
I the theater does not dampen his ardoras We stock and
that a woman is not a person as the Times asserts. carry a complete can
within the meaning of the solicitors' We have no particular objection to a photographer, for every day,

act of 1843, and therefore a woman the Times opposing commission gov-I armed with his camera, he is but taking suit all tastes. Come in and look us over.

can not practice law in England. This ernment, but we shall insist that when I I pictures in every city he visits.

leads a suffrage paper to say that the it sets out to preach a sermon' .
stubbornness of some Britons is aid-: against it with Orlando as a text thatit BISHOP AND MRS. MANN WILL
get the facts straight. REACH ORLANDO MONDAYA
ing the cause of woman's suffrage.
letter from Bishop Mann states
This places the Georgia legislature; o
I and Mrs. Mann will arrive in
that he
MUST REGISTER TO VOTE'The
1 in the same class. There is still some
hope for the Florida legislature, for county registration books Orlando on Monday January 5th.
women are allowed to practice law in will be opened in the various election They will probably be the guests of
Florida. districts on the first Tuesday in Jan- the Summerlin until their furniture,

o uary and remain open until the first shipped some days ago, arrives and is

Savoyard, the Washington corre- Tuesday in March for the purpose of placed in Bishopstead.

spondent, refers to Mr. James Creel- permitting registration for the June Bishop and Mrs. Gray, with also

man, the journalist, as a coon dog in primary. It should be borne in mind Dean Gray and family, will move the

the journalistic pack, always barkingup that: no one will be permitted to vote middle of next week to their tempo- I-I. Evans the Jeweler '
home in the house formerly
the tree that the coon is not in. in the next primary unless he has rary
owned by Col. and Mrs. Carey, on ,
Both are veterans in service, and Savoyard registered during the two months the
has a way of getting things books are open, a complete new regis. East Central avenue.

about right. In this instance he refers tration being required under the Bryan OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
to Mr. Creelman's charge that primary law. Your poll taxes for Griffing trees give results. Office
P. 0. W. H. Brokaw,sales-
Wilson is a secretive president. Savoyard the two preceding :years mast aisa ID? opposite 12-25-tf I: EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
says, on the contrary, that the paid 30 days prior to ths primaryin man.

' administration has been uncommonlyopen. June. .
Mr. W. L. Dolive, the supervisor of W. T. ENTRICAN
Offers to Orlando the newest and best
o registration, has an announcement of workmanship in the painting and I
It is announced that the banking elsewhere i in the Sentinel, which it decorating trade. Phone 636. I!-
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house of J. P. Morgan and company will, no doubt, pay you to read. 12-21-lm i! .

has freed itself of identity with a II I I II
number of large corporations in response -I I

to public sentiment against HereFour I
New Studebakers are I
interlocking directorates. This is the '
most emphatic example of the powerof : We reserve this space to wish our friends and patrons a

public sentiment that has come Cylinder, Five Passenger TouringCar

under our observation for many a $1,115.Four"Cylinder. i happy and prosperous New Year, .
day. It is a direct result of the investigation -
LandauRoadster, $1,265.Six I
of the money trust by the

Pujo committee, before which J. Pier- Cylinder, Six Passenger Touring Car, e

pont Morgan was given such a grill- 1,640. .

ing by Samuel Untermeyer that some Prices f.o.b. Orlando. rE
do not hesitate to say that it was the
All Cars with Electric Lights and I' "
cause of the aged financier's death. r fully equipped

While no such thing as the latter sug- starter..-and every up-to-day equipment. Come i "Something! Slirring-Watch This Space." c

gestion is likely, there can be no ques- around and see them. I I I"I
tion that the investigation went a !

long way toward arousing public "I, !

thought to the evils of the money San Juan Garage Co. I. !,
system which was controlled by a few I 15i
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men, and the house of Morgan is one i
of the first to begin a flank movement All Night Service :: i

With such a notable example, / .ABIO: 3'! .
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it is likely that other financial houses

will take similar steps to dislodge AJAX TIRES guaranteed 5000 miles Five }

public antipathy and regain its con -
I per cent off for cash. j
den e. In the words of Bash Cluby, I

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Butt's are not only the highest grade candies you can
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sunshine and fresh air abound. If you give your wife or i .LUCERNE CIRCLE. If you have not taken advantage of our

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sweetheart a box of Butt's Chocolates or Caramels she ,
; BEST FLORIDA I
will always greet you with a welcoming smile. Take one MADE CIGAR : greatShoe

to her tonight. Sold by all dealers, 5 Cenls i : Bargainsdo

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1 $5.00 Florsheim Shoes and Oxfords $3.65 ; r

and $2.95. ;
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Orange AvenueWADE $3.35.4.oo i

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INFORMAL- DANCE AT COUNTRY j jI' I J. A. COX OF QUINCY o03 ?CDallDCDGllDCDaIIDDOIiDC Every Pair in the House t
I' LOCATES IX ORLANDO ''
.1 ; I I CLUB WAS-.MUCH ENJOYED! I FAVORITE THEATRE j jg I'

THE TUNER Mr. J. A. Cox, of Quincy, has located in B. E MILLER, Manager "" ReducedE.
George Williams, of Punxsa-
ORLANDO FLA. tawney, Pa., who is here for the hoi. Orlando and will open a market here 1 i
.J1 I two doors below the Self market on I Matinee P.M. Night 6:30 f
idays, gave a delightful dance at the !
Country Club last night. The clubrooms Pine street. Mr. Cox was having his Q i ADMISSION 5 CENTS j IIoDCllDCDallDCDallDCDallDCDallD |
fixtures moved into the place yester
Ladies' hair dressing, massage, were decorated with bamboo j I II I
day. Mr. James A. Knox has rented '
electric drier. Gem Barber and the music was furnished from Program I
shampoo
Shop. 1-2-tf: the piano with Miss Mary Scruggs I II Mr. Cox a residence in Concord Park,I A daring two-reel Eclair feature! G. Duckworth !
I performing. The chaperones 1 I and also leased him the store whichhe I' .
were "The Better Father"I
K. of Eustis
Mr. E. Boyers, spent' will M.r Cox is an -
occupy. experienced
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Dr. and Mrs. T. R. Williams
and I screaming Nestor comedy!
yesterday in Orlando on business. market man, and believes Or-
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Buxton. Refreshments "When Cupid Won" FEET FITTER
Ladies' hair dressing, massage, :lando has a great future.
of sandwiches and coffee Universal program de luxe!
shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber
I were served. A number of couples
Shop. 1-2-tf MRS. S. W. HOWE'S MOTHER i
i Orlando Florida
of the :
I younger set enjoyed the af -
DIED THURSDAY IX NASHVILLE NEWS NOTES FROM THE ,
Mrs. W. S. Wer, who has been visiting fair. I
WINTER GARDEN: TIMES
her son, Mr. Erwin Wer, has I
Mrs. Corinne Lawrence, mother of
returned to her home in Bartow.Mr. I Dr. W. H. Cobb, of Brooksville, is I
Mrs. S. W. Howe, of Orlando, died Mr. and Mrs. William Martin, of imiiiimini. . . iiimiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiitMoney

W. T..Champneys, one of Apop- in Orlando today! .!'' hville Thursday, and Orlando, spent Christmas with Mr. '.. ._ ._ ._ _

ka's enterprising merchants, spent Dr. R. F. Holland, of Jacksonville, rvv.iOwe left last night for that and Mrs. W. L Story. I tl.IIIIIII.IIIII.I.I..IIIII.II. . . . . . . . . .'
yesterday in Orlando on business. arrived in Orlando last evening. and children of
city to attend the funeral. Owing to Mrs. W. K. Shutes I
Isn't economy worth studying- Mr. and Mrs. H. Conkling, of New the death in the family the club Orlando, spent Christmas here with

the special sale of White Wear at I', York, are late arrivals at the San meeting which was to be held at the Mrs. Heard at the New Shelby.B. I to Loan

Boardman's "Store of Satisfaction" }Juan. home of Mrs. Robert Howe has been J. Reid, of Orlando, was trans

solves the problem. It j Now is the time to plant citrus indefinitely postponed. acting business in town Tuesday. I

i Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hunt, of Bush- trees and the Ocklawaha Nurseries, L. P. Hutton reutrned to Orlando

, nell, Ind., are located for the winter 1 Tangerine, Fla., is the place to get BELLAMY SELLS CRISPETTE after spending Christmas with the Loans in sums of$500 to $3000on

with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jackson, 411 : them. BUSINESS TO BLAKE Mather Smiths. I
l\ W. M. Brittain and J. N. Bradshaw, IMPROVED INSIDE fora
J East Church street t Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Martin, of Lan- I property
Robert has sold his "Cris- of Orlando, were in Oakland last week
One should take full advantage of caster, Ky., are among the sojourn Bellamy M
I the exceptional values in White Wear ers in Orlando. They are registered pette" business at 26 West Pine streetto for dinner. i term of FIVE years. Principaland

now on sale at Boardman's "Store of at the San JuanRemember E. A. Blake. "Crispettes" are

Satisfaction. It,, the Parlor Market on made of pop corn, and a large street: D. A. R. MEETING I interest payable in monthly
sale has been built for the
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Holmes and Pine street is amply supplied to fill up pro- instalments.
duct, which is peculiarly toothsome.Mr. .I
Hiss Ruth E. Holmes, of Cleveland, all orders for meats, fish, oysters, etc. 1 The Orlando Chapter of D. A. K.
Ohio, were among yesterday's arriv- Phone 80. Bellamy is employed at the will meet at the home of Mrs. S. A.

als at the San Juan. I Mr. W. A. Adams, state representative Guernsey hardware store. Mr. Blake Robinson Saturday, January 3, at 3'P. s.AT..A..
will continue the business.
Visiting Daughters are invitedat
Messrs. J. G. LaDue and 0. W. of the International Harvester m.

. Sadler, Jr., were business transactersin company, with headquarters in Tam- I 4 p. m., to listen to the program. .fll I' , " "HtHIHMHIIItlim+1*
FUNERAL OF JOS. E. TERRELLThe In view of the coming State Federa- .
Orlando yesterday, registering at pa, is in the city today. ; .1. . . . . .II..I.III.I'.II..I. ...
this is
tion in February, an important
the San Juan from Eustis.
Some of the prettiest calendars to funeral of Mr. Jos. E. Terrell, meeting of the chapter, and a full at- :

Just a few minutes examination of be seen in the city, this year, were the Confederate veteran who died tendance is desired. The advisory :

I the White Wear windows at Board- sent out by Caruthers & Gore, the Thursday, was conducted from the board will hold a meeting at 2:30 '

man's "Store of Satisfaction" will enterprising grocers on Pine street undertaking establishment of E. Hand o'clock, previous to the regular meet- :

convince you of the exceptional val- Mr. and Mrs. Alex Shine, who have yesterday, Rev. Dr. John W. Stagg ing. 1' The PatronsOf

ues. It been visiting Mr. Shine's mother, saying the service. The services were

Mrs. Molly Wright arrived yesterday Mrs. H. W. Greetham, and sister, attended by veterans and representatives -
AND REST ROOM TODAY
afternoon from Staunton, Va.f to Miss Lilla Shine, have returned to of the Sons and Daughters, the TEA The Sanitary Grocery were greeted with a Great

visit her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Miami. floral offerings were numerous and
'Will sell nut bread, brown bread and White Way when they entered that place of business
Watson, at their home, "Alabama, Miss Annie A. beautiful. Interment was made at the
White arrived from
for table. If
bread
on East Concord.Mr. Wisconsin Thursday night, and is the veterans' lot at the city cemetery. haven't coffee tried the your delightful productsof you yesterday, Messrs. Caruthers & Gore issued an order

and Mrs. T. L. Daley and guest of Mrs. Bryan at the Winder-
daughter, Mrs. Jas. McQueen, have TUPPER AT BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs. Cornish's cookery you should that went into effect with the New Year, that all clerksin
mere. Later she will make a visit try them today.
arrived from Lock No. 4, Pennsylvania with Mr. and Mrs. Jos. L Guernsey. The Tupper meetings at the Baptist I their employ must wear white uniforms.

and are again at their home on Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lewis church will open Sunday morning.
returned -
North Orange avenue. last Come early Sunday night if you wanta STATEMENT OF EXPENSES I
night from their bridal
good seat. Doors at 6:45. OF E. F. SPERRY
Everything dainty clean, stylish, open
tour, which was a trip down the beau- I
The ushers have a large number of j
and of best Lin-
workmanship-the
tiful St. Johns river. Mr. Lewis is
gerie conceptions in the White Wear one of the expert electricians with extra chairs for use at all the evening In Connection With the Election of

Sale at Boardman's "Store of Satis- the Pierce Electrical services during the week. December, 1913 ''!

faction. It company. Tupper is the men's man-he hits!Envelopes and directing -___--$25.24 THE SANITARY GROCERY
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Hunt and "
"square from the shoulder. You'll
__ 12.50 ,
Mr. E. A. Hovey, instructor in Newspaper announcements n
daughter, Miss Bessie, and son, C. A., like him. I II
____ 7.50
Cards and circulars
chemistry at Cornell university, left have arrived in Orlando from Bush- I nnn j CARUTHERS & GORE
yesterday to resume his duties after I Copying registry nnnn__ 7.75
nell, 111., and are domiciled for the NEGOTIATE THOSE
___ 3.00
Checking at polls I
spending the holidays with his nnnn
parents winter in Magruder's new apartment LOTS YOU OWN! Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hovey. Auto hire ------------------- 10.00
house on East Church street. If you are "just holding them fora i I
Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Straley and
Miss Rose Hamblin very pleasantly'' good market," why not test the I $66.99
daughter, Miss Elizabeth, and son, CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
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entertained a few friends on New market now and then with a small i E. F. SPERRY.
Charles, have arrived in Orlando from fN
Year's night at her home on Hill campaign of classified advertising in I II II :,.++
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New York and will the winterat
spend street Those present were Master the Sentinel? That's the easiest,I W. T. ENTRICAN, I i j'i '
their pretty home, 732 North Or- I . .1..1..111.111.1111.111..11..1. .
Rolla Seymour and Earl McClure, and cheapest, safest way to find out whento i Makes a specialty of painting, papering -

ange avenue. Vises:: Dorothy Seymour, Beulah and .sell. I I refinishing floors, furniture, etc.

Mrs. E. H. Shackelford and daughter Zola McClure. |II 1 Phone 636. 12-21-lm Ii i Christmas SuggestionsFOR

Miss Clara, of Richmond, Va., arrived i I "The Day of Judgment. Bible lecture -
Mrs. W. THE FLORISTCut
E. Long and little nieces. LUTHER
last night to spend the winterin Lucerne theater Sunday after-
Dora Kelley and Essie Walker, have
the City Beautiful They will be Flowers MENBath
returned from Arcadia, where the
the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Buck-
holidays were pleasantly spent. In noon.OSTEOPATHY ROSES, VIOLETS,
weeks.
master for a few Dr. Shack-
Arcadia Mrs. Long visited the Bap- ,
Robes Full Dress SetsCombination
dford is a very prominent osteopath. tist Orphanage and was delightedwith CARNATIONS, PANSIES,

"The Day of Judgment" Bible lecture the management of this splendid : DR. J. C .HOWELL POTTED PLANTS House Coats Sets

F Lucerne theater Sunday afternoon institution. Collar Bags Tie Racks
Hours, 10.12,3-5, and by appointment
i' "The Day of Judgment" Bible lec- No extra charge; for house treatment :Fancy Vest Traveling Cases

Warman Repairs and Retires Baby ture, Lucerne theater Sunday after- Telephone connections I COAL CHARCOAL

t Carriages on Court street 12-5-tf noon. Office cor. Orange and Central A res. : The best line of Neckwear ever brought to Or-

i WOODVeneer lando.
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i Cores Special lot of Silk Hose at 250 per pair.

Seasoned Heart Pine Come and look our stock over.
s For DrugsPhone2O Oak Wood

All sizes and lengths Let us help you make a selection.

Wood YardB.
Orlando
Kodak DeparlracnMVe Develop and: Punt Yenr film*.
I SCRUGGS & DICKSON
T KINGSLEY, Proprietor

The McElroy Pharmacy Phonr 344 104 W. Pine St. This store is the home ol Hart Schaifner & Marx clothes'MiiimmiiiHMiiiiiifri

Turpentine Chips Fence Pasts

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.. Tallahassee will make a strong FOR SALE-New residence, 409 An- FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms, 0 +H-44$10

fight to have the next meeting of the derson street. Terms, half down, with bath, for light housekeeping.
balance two years time. Inquire on 203 East Jackson St. 12-30-tf
Florida Educational association held
i : premises afternoons, or E. H. Gore,
.,YM1' in the Capital City. Caruthers & Gore Sanitary Grocery, FOR RENT Furnished, two pleas-
Y 6 and 8 E. Pine St. 11-29-lm ant bed-rooms, three blocks from
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court ; no Inquire at
afraid,
Some business men are so
ir r t .% rK FOR SALE-At a' bargain, twentyacre the Woman's Exchange. 12-31-3t
nCv
{ of trade,that
seemingly, doing a large five hundred
grove; grapefruittrees
FOR pleasant, comfortable rooms, in
4L they seldom or never advertise in the fifty tangerine trees, and 750 new house, light housekeeping, see

papers. They,get their wish realizedfor orange trees. Grove should pay for Mrs. Johnson, Yowell's store.
t itself in two years. Address P. 0. .
L people pass their place of business 12-31-lw
Box 105, Orlando, Fla. ,-
f.t without looking at either the windowor 12-18-d&w-tf
FOR RENT-Cosy furnished apart-
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3 the door. Very different it is with ,
ment, 3 rooms; all conveniences; Finest Line ofSouvenir
the man who Advertises his goods in FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock gas, electric lights, open fireplace;

: an attractive way, and who tells the and tools, best farm in county; variety very home-like. Apply 217 RobinsonAve.

it i truth in his advertisemnt. Shopperslike fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- East. 12-31-3t China
,to-date buildings, etc. Box 144, Or- -
l such a man as that and patronizehis lando, J. Van Buskirk. 12-21-tf FOR RENT=-New iurnishooms in t

to his benefit and their own.- new modern home; every conven- Ever in Orlando
ience; kitchenette if desired; reason
e+-a.
Gainesville Sun. FOR SALE
G
able. 14 E. Amelia avenue, next doorto
Good property; 40 acres little northof the Wyoming. 12-1-tf

< Manatee county is now very much Orlando, on beautiful lake. Young

engrossed in the forthcoming elec- budded grove, bearing; good dwelling.The FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom
ideal place for poultry and dairy to wishing suburban
persons
i tions that will decide he fate of the farm-good plenty ,
range room good accommodations; also 2 acres good McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
proposed half-million dollar bond is- milk trade established. Will sell stock truck land, close in. Good opportu-

people of Manatee county do not wish with place. Box 34, Route 2, Orlando, nity for right person. Address "A,"

sue for good roads and bridges. The Fla. 12-15-lm Sentinel. 9-8tf

people do not wish to do anything -- STORE

recklessly, and have divided the mat- ." ..... ...'t.'ttt+f..O" " .." .

1 0 ter into two sections, and will vote I I 'ti .

.. I on the proposition to build severalnew I ( .

I II I and modern bridges March 17th, TOSELL
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THE DAY OF JUDGMENT.
I I and on the roads March 27th. It is Next Door to Evan's Jewelry Store
; said that there is a strong sentiment i iI I I

will Mr.deliver Glenn a G.lecture Smith on, of the Tampa above,I I I in favor of the proposed improvements Four modern California Bungalows -

I and it seems more than likely
scbject at the Lucerne theater on now in construction.
:that another will find Manatee
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Thisis year
!abreast with the times and offering
the second of the series being con- I
to travelers as well as settlers, farmers I .
ducted in Orlando under the auspicesof I I I
the International Bible Students I and growers, the roads and DAETWYLERV .

Association. The general view 01 bridges connecting all parts of the ,
I county and meeting the good roads of 'II H M-t t I e I I t-H+OxM II ..f ;I .f 1'4 III I O+t H
the day of judgment as compared
I adjoining counties at the line.- i
with: the Bible teachings on this sub
4'
: jet, will be presnted from the stand- Times-Union. Short Talks.FEOIL' | FOR SALE NICELY FURNISHED ROOM for vh' wf}4404P41.." ' " '.1w44r
Five-room bungalow, with bath and rent. 202 East Robinson Ave.
point of a Bible student. People of
sleeping porch. 506 Lexington St.,
all time have thonght of and discussed \WAiYISMUNXIMAKERS Concord Park. Lot 67x230 feet. i

this great subject, and thereare 12-1-lmo. MISCELLANEOUS 4..tleet'O" + .I'I""III" II'I""I"OI'IIIIII"
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many different opinions regarding FOR SALE !r
DRESSMAKING at 307 E. Pine St.
it. Mr. Smith will use no other I An artistic and beautiful home; I;I i 12-12-1m 6 Kill the Chill"All

reference than God's Word, anf Notices of Lost Wanted. For Sale. For modern and complete in every partic- I
people of all denominations are invited Rent etc.. for this column ::ic: for one day, ular. Seven large rooms and bath; WANTED good woman for cook
SOc for three days or $1.00 for one week for immense closets. Screened sleepingand and general house work. Call 111
to be As with all
present. I 23 words or let>s. Money must accompanythe rear porches; ten-foot veranda Hillcrest avenue. 1-3-3t i indications point toward a cold winter
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other lectures conducted under the advertisements for this column as no across entire front. A few bearing
I insertions will be made on credit.
auspr ss of this association, seats trees, flowers and shrubbery. New LOST-Gold bracelet, with full name \ this year and the best way to be comfortable -
will be free and no collection will I and near in, fine location. I on it. If found, leave at Young's ;

be taken up. FOR SALE I address Any one desiring an ideal home,!' Repair 1-3-lt Shop, and receive reward. ] \ on cold mornings and evenings

Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles,i OWNER, P. 0. Box 49;).
1-2-tf WANTED-Ladies, bring your comb- ; or during the day in your office is to have a
Mrs. William S. Merkle, an old resident on Court street. 12-5-tf ---- ings and cut hair to 303; Garland
of St. Augustine, died very sud- - ---- street We will make them as desired -
I FOR SALE-A good horse. Gus C. FOR REN1 I
denly at her home in that city on 12-2-lm or purchase same for cash. REZNOR GAS HEATER H
I Schultz, Formosa, Fla. Nickolas & Nickolas. 12-30.1m
Thursday afternoon. She was up and
FOR RENT Furnished
seven-room
about the home all Christmas morning FOR SALE-New $15 dress-making house. Call at Sentinel. 12-14-tf LOST-Gold cuff link, with initial
Call 218 | They are cheap to buy and
for Ridgewoodavenue
in apparent good health and en- j! form, $8. -- "B," somewhere on the Orlando very economical -
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joyed the Christmas cheer with her i mornings. EIGHT-ROOM and electric lights.furnlslied 205 E.house Robinson; gas,streets Sentinel Monday.office, and If found receive, leave reward at the of! I 3 to 6 cents an hour, according to the

ch'ldren: and grandchildren, after- FOR SALE-A good pointer do?. avenue, on Lake Eola._ 12-23-tf $1.00. M-tf
1 A. R. Merrill, at South Florida - -- II : size-and are the cleanest and
most
wards partaking of a fine Christmas l-2-3t FOR RENT-Furnished rooms in new - $ convenient -
Foundry.
dinner. In the afternoon she was house just completed; also light NOTICE

making preparations to go to the FOR SALE-Good, gentle driving or housekeeping. GOt' Magnolia avenue.I Notice is hereby given that the | heating made. No wood, ashes or "

theatre when she was suddenly taken -i work horse. Address: Mrs. E. J. 12-31-lw i regular stockholders! meeting of the I oil to carry-just turn the valve and
Carter, Route 1, city. 12 30- t Stclberlou Land Company will be held | strike I
with an attack of acute indiges- FOR RENT Furnished large front in the office of Dickinson & Dickinson -

tion and died a few minutes later. FOR SALE-Good, sound, gentle room; all modern conveniences; a tOrlando, Florida, at 10 o'clocka. a match. .
She 61 of and had pony; either saddle or buggy. II. with private family; close in, 302 m., January 12th, 1914.
was resided -
years age M. Self, Parlor Market, Pine street. North _Orange_Ave. 12-28-3t C. P. DICKINSON,
in the Ancient City for the past .
12-30-3t FOR RENT-Furnished house, ten
33 years, during which time she made NOTICE
devoted friends by her beauti-,FOR SALE-Cheapest lot in Orlando, rooms and sleeping porch; centrally -. The books for the registration of P
many located; suitable for either one or.
50x150, fronting on Palmer avenue, voters in Orange county will be ORLANDO WATER LIGHT C
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ful character and pleasing personality.Mrs. two families. Address F. G. Rush in office
:'one-half mile from postoffice. Price ll2Ctf opened my atthe Court
City.
1! $225 cash. Hugh C. Allen. 12-31-5t House on Monday, January 5th, 1914,
A. P. Henderson of Miami was FOR RENT-A ner 6-room cottage, and will be kept open six days in

badly burned a few days ago when a FOR SALE-Cabbage palmetto, live completely furnished from table each week, until the first Monday in Gas Department
oaks, and water oaks, at Osceola linen up. Walter W. Rose, Real Es- March, 1914.
fireless cooking vessel, which she had W 1rwam.* Sign on Winetr Park road tate, office over Curtis & O'Neal's, W. L DOLIVE, t$4
placed in a wood stove, exploded. half way marks road. next to P. 0. Phone 555. 1-3-tf 1-3-tf Supervisor of Registration. +k'$444+e.Otl..t +.t..118* ..i..OI ttcll.ltl.ttll
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We want to thank our friends for their liberal patronage ,


during our great Stock Reducing Sale and assure all that t


your patronage has been thoroughly appreciated. '.


It has been our purpose to serve the people of ORANGE ;


COUNTY honestly and to the best of our ability, selling you


goods at the lowest prices consistent for good merchandise.


x It will be our purpose during the next year to carry a greater ,.

assortment of high-grade Furniture, and to serve you more {


than in the
satisfactorily past. .

We want all of our old customers, and as many new onesas


will, to come to our store,.as we propose to show our .


appreciation of your past dealings with us by giving you gen-


uine bargains on every item in our store.


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Motor 41-4x51-4; four cylinders, cat In pairs; unit power plant; cone dutch; selective type transmls- We
t , gion; German silver "V" shaped radiator, Square tt... type; Stromber carburetor; full floating rear are prepared to give you
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strong delegation consisting of Take your repairing to Warman on I' Dr. BucRmaster .
some of the most prominent men in Court street. 125tiKNULL
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Fernandina has gone to Washingtonto OI ttJOO'O'
present the claims of that city as, MJMMMMMMMCMMMMM+ .
location for the supply depot MMMMMTMIMMMMMM Osteopathic Physician
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lighthouse and headquarters district. for the sixth FLORAL CO1 I 132 Orange Avenue ...e.IIIDII.I.IIItO.I.IIII.............. !i ,W,L o tll'I"'III'III_II..IIH..IIIIII."OO.tI. ".

Next door to People's Bank, .Utl..I1....
f The Eau Gallie Record says: "Ac- CUT FLOWERS I up-stairs. Acute and chron !
tual work on the Montreal to Miami: OUR SPECIALTYPhone I ic diseases treated.Telephone .
highway through the district, for 25(6( TAMPA, FLA. 1 1MMItHMIIIIMMMMMil
which bonds to the extent of $40,000were I 578.
OrlandoElectricity
issued some time since, was begun -I I
on the road proper on Monday'
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last. The construction company who
were awarded the contract for this For This Week Water & T5.ght Co.
work have qualified by furnishing
gilt-edge indemnity bond in thesumof > ,
one-half of the contract price, and HIP
the placing of hard surface material Cent All II
will begin at once." i n( Pei on Gas Water Ice

A young man by the name of Bur-
ton Pert was run over by a motor Wash Materials
car at Dowling Park a few morningsago
Office No. 18 West Central Avenue
and died an hour later from in- :---
ternal hemorrhage. It is understoodthat
the young man was intoxicatedand MISSES HAMILTON & MM Telephone No. 6
lay down between the switch and I
t. main line on the L. 0. P. & G. rail-
, road,and went to sleep. J.M. Poyad,
CorsetsMcCall's
I Agents for Barclay . . .
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accompanied by three other men, ,, , ., ,. '., 11111111.
came along in a motor car and did Patterns .
cot see him in time to stop the car.I
No blame was attached to Mr. Poyad.

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The Very Rev. Campbell Gray,
dean.

'. \. Second Sunday after Christmas.
Holy Eucharist, 7:30 a. m. .

Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. .

', Morning prayer, 10:30 o'clock. :
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Holy Eucharist and sermon 11 a.m. ,

Choral evensong and sermon, 7:30

p.Canon m. R. P. Cobb will preach in the* c1 I \ Wi'act I:;

morning and Dean Gray in the even 6.\ )

I THESTATE ing.
There will be the early Celebration,
not usually provided on the first Sun-

H day. ',:. 1 11J) rlIl I.).!\, j'( Out F5; =
BANK Through the week the daily Eucha- L) .

rist at 7 a. m. Tuesday being the 7jMc\ t:

Feast of the Epiphany, there will bea

second Celebration at 10 a. m., at !

of Orlando i which observe service the the Corporate Women's Auxiliarywill Communion Last year your Income was $ I !

and will hold their annual meeting Family expenses were '
1893 immediately afterward. This festival t- \

marks the 21st anniversary of BishopGray's Rent, Taxes Insurance... _
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coming to southern Florida, ;

LONG ESTABLISHED and is also the 9th anniversary of ) Personal expenses ----:---- : i

Dean Gray's ordination to the priest =
> SAFE hood. Gifts and Luxuries .t : _

CONSERVATIVEACCOMMODATING The regular monthly meeting of the :Money set aside for old age or cbi1 l'un's i-

Woman's Auxiliary will be held on
Monday afternoon 3:30; a meetingof Education I.

the Junior Daughters Thursdayat .. .. -
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Rev.FIRST Edward BAPTIST T. Poulson CHURCH, D. D.. Lat us I iwlp yon do Iwiter;: in :1914( i- .

pastor. i-
Rev. Dr. Tupper, who is to assist "It Is a pleasure to serve you."

the pastor in a two weeks' meeting, :_

will be in the pulpit at both services.At .

10:45 a. m. his subject will be: .

"Some Characteristics of an Apos- : I0.
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tolic Church." Miss Edith DavisI -----------. ,,, -------
Potter, of Columbia College, has =------=-----._---- -----..-

..1..t..t..I. . . .. kindly consented to sing at the morn- r

ing service, "My Redeemer and My j
MR. AND MRS. MAHLON DOLLS' FESTIVAL AT BAPTIST Lord," by Dudley Buck. ---='" """ : '\""',,\ ', ,I,'",I ,IIPI I I It li!!:'.'" ,'i'1\\:1,: '!illjDtWlli'IjI"'o!,: ',""",, ," "" .! : i, ':' "' 'i' ''i \IIt''llil\ !":; ,:; ,iii:" :,,,,
GORE'S NEW YEAR PARTY CHURCH FOR ORGAN FUND In the evening ((7:30)) Dr. Tupper's _: ",1):,::1:;'," ill::'::!;'!,;:"':,"'" ::;::,'!I ii Iii:,I::'jil:':I:: ' ' .,'" :;!::! ,': :, I ,:'.:i' : :.!1+:"Ir' ':,1:::,!: I ;::j>; !m;1!;::!i!;; :ii:':"':::, I: ,

will be "A Memorable Evening
Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon Gore, and The grown up members of the Baptist subject : - - --- -- --- -- _
Interview." Mrs. Nutter will
niece, Miss Hainer, prettily enter- church of Orlando have no monopoly .f.e'.I'.IIIII.I..e. t. to..to.eDeo eO.O"II'.tl.OOllile'lt'tll"tlll"C'..
sing Geibel's "0, Great Messiah, 0 fl It" I "I" mmmrn
tained on New Year's night, their on the effort to raise funds to :
guests being the attendants of Unity pay for the large organ recently installed Saviour King. Inspiring song ser- YOWELLS
Chapel. A short program, includingtwo in the church the little ones vice led by the choir. I
solos by of the Dr. Tupper will preach every night Ii
very delightful piano congregation are demonstrating I
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the coming week. All seats ,
Mrs. P. Phillips, one by Miss Florence their ability to become workers"in daring I
free, and the ushers will do their'
Walker, and several inspiring NewYear's the vineyard." Yesterday after- are Stupendous Removal Sale I
best to take care of the hundreds who 4
poems, charmingly read by noon, the beginners' department, in
will want to hear this great preacher.
Rev. Eleanor Gordon. Then New charge of Mrs. Stevens, gave a doll I
Year resolutions were called for festival to raise funds to help pay Doors open at 6:45. NOW ON J
The Sunday school will meet at
every guest responding with either a' fo r the organ. In spite of the disa- r
9:00 Mr. Samuel A. Newell, su K
a. m.;
grave or gay thought. Mr. Newton'swas greeable weather, a number availed ..- n
Let member of
in rhyme and was received with themselves of the opportunity for en- perintendent. every .
the school be in his place.
much applause. tertainment and incidentally to helpa
"Since the dying year begun good cause. Young People's meeting at 6:30p. A Three Day Special

We all have traveled round the sun, Scarcely ever in Orlando has there m. (in Tea and Rest Hall); Mr.

And on the trio the tourist might I been such a gathering of dolls. Eugene Reid, president.The line of Ladles Hand Embroidered 1
See 'mong the stars canopies bright, There Juniors will meet at 3 o'clock. I A complete and Hem-
And many an orb of splendid mein were big dolls and little dolls and .
In northern lands can not be seen. cuddle sized dolls, baby dolls, lady Watch the papers for announcements stitched Handkerchiefs at Removal Sale Prices. .
I've heard it said, perhaps it's true, dolls, boy dolls, girl dolls. Patrician of the Tupper meetings.
These bridal veils aslant the blue
Were to our pure crystalline given dolls bearing the stamp of Paris were METHODIST CHURCH
When Venus went from Earth to t there in their gorgeous finery as wellas (At the Grand) :
Fine line Ladies Silk Hose Black White Pink Blue and
Heaven, the humble rag dolls, the middle J. E. Wray, pastor. i ,
And now north the trade winds stealing class dolls, and shiny faced spick and Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.; C. E. Kelly Green at Removal Sale Prices.

Entice the plumed chorus forth, span Dinahs to tend their dainty mis- Howard, superintendent.
While upward in the ether rare tresses. But see for yourselves all "Swearing Off, or New Year's Res-
Floats high the king of all the air; that the dollies and their little moth- olution," Dr. Wray's subject at 11a.

From Resounds bloom the of drone oak and of busy orange bees trees, ers did: for the entertainment of the m. Sacrament of the Lord's Sup- ] | Full line of Ladies Kid and Silk Gloves, both long and short

And here are fruits as fair I ween grown ups in the program, as fol- per. '
As ever bloomed in Eden green, lows: Epworth League at 6:45 p. m.; J. I at Removal Sale Reductions*
And here maids of virtues rare,
are Dolls' promenade march.
N. Burden, president.
With matchless eyes and waving hair.
So when the north winds ,rave and Piano solo, "Fairies' Carnival." "The Green-eyed Monster, or How \

roar Song, "My Dolly's Birthday." Jealousy Wrecks Hearts and Homes," Now is opportunity to buy first-class Um-
And the frost king taps upon my door, Recitation, "Hush-a-by Dolly;" Julia Dr. Wray's subject at 7:30 p. m. Thisis your a

I'll And be to advised Orlando by come wiser again.men" Barker. sermon No. 15 of the popular series brella either for lady or gentleman at this Great

Mrs. Gore and Miss Hainer were Song, "Dolly Darling." to young people on "Love, Court-
assisted by Miss Cargill, Miss Walker , Piano solo, "Little Footsteps;" Ruth ship and Marriage." | Removal Sale.

Miss McIlvaine, and Mrs. Stanleyin Lockhart. Special music by choir at both'
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serving delicious cake, chocolateand Song, "Northern Lullaby;" Ellen preaching services. Solo by Miss

punch. and Celia Fuller. Potter of the Lake City college at | Come soon only a few more days left in which to buy at
Piano, "The Contented Bird Susie the
evening service.
Those present at the happy affair ;
Bunch. : : these Removal Sale Prices.
were Mr. and Mrs. Sperry, Mr. and / Everybody most cordially invited.
Mrs. T. J. Walker, Miss Walker, Miss Song, "My Dolly Looks Just Like -
UNITARIAN CHURCH
McIlvaine of Jacksonville, )Ir. and Me. -
(Corner Central A\e. and West St.)
:Mrs. Victor Starbuck, Mr. and Mrs. Violin solo, "The Doll's Dream
Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister.
Homer Brown of Hamilton, Ill., Rev. Waltz.
Mary Safford, Rev. Eleanor Gordon, Recitation, "The Doll My Mama Sunday school at 10 o'clock.
Church service at 11 o'clock. .Subject
Promised P. YOWELLI
the Misses Arter of Cleveland, Mr. Me. N.
of morning sermon, "Jesus and
Piano solo, "Doll's Dream Flora
and Mrs. Newton, Mrs. and :Miss: ; "
the Social Problem.
Show of Indianapolis, Dr. and :Mrs.: Bennett and Alice Crux.
the Misses Harris Mr. and :March: of the Teddy Bears. Poetry hour Monday morning at 10
Phillips, .. II.'IIIII'IIO..III..IO IIJII.II'lllltIJIIII.III.1..1.,11..111. ...
Mrs Sage, Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Hones, "Teddy Bears' Dance;" Myrtle, o'clock. ' . .tMIM . . . . ... ***. " K' M M ' ' ' ' '
Unity Circle on Wednesday after-
Mrs. Townsend, :Miss: Gilbert of Bos- Weeks. -
ton, :Mrs.: Blair of Minneapolis, Mrs. Song, "by a real live dolly," "0 noon at 3 o'clock. Subject for the ::::Zr.:: ;-1- II H -
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afternoon, "Other Religions, by Miss 'C1]
Rock-a-bye Janet Poulson. ir :
Emily Temple, Mr. and Mrs. Van Du- ; Gordon. .
zen, Mrs. 0. S. Robinson, Mrs. Foster, Piano duet, "Flattery."
Mr. and Mrs. Laubach, Dr. and Mrs. Piano, "The Rocking Horse." First meeting of "The Round Ta-

Howell, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley, Mrs. Song, "Come, Dance, My Dolly;" ble" on Wednesday evening at 7:30. n' n
Herberta Subject for the evening, "The Indus- .
Farrington of Boston, Miss Henry, Harvey. '
Miss Ella Cargill, Mr. L. F. Robinson, Piano, "Lullaby;" Hazel Over- trial Revolution.
Mrs. and Miss Douglass. street. Story hour and folk dancing for ll The CONFIDENCE you have placed

Piano, "On Merry-Go-Round;" the children, Saturday afternoon at I

NEW YEAR'S PARTY AT Margaret Way.Recitation 3 o'clockIrs.. Stanley leader. I IIl !jjj in us during the past year makes us o

TilE VICTOR STAR UCKS "My Dolls; Elizabeth -

On New Year's afternoon a few Young. fl GRATEFUL. We assure you that during -
"Come With I .
Song,
Us.
friends gathered at the home of Mr. Play Il LUCERNE EYT&HJfnl E

and Mrs. Victor Starbuck for after- Sleep.Song", "Dolly, You Must Go to - 1914 we shall endeavor to please you

noon tea, and the affair, although informal -
Piano solo, PROPRIETORS
"Torchlight March.
was particularly Enjoyable.
Among those present were Miss Saf- Grand promenade. AT TilE LUCERNE more than ever.ALLEI .

ford, Miss Cargill, Miss Hainer, Miss CHRISTIAN "Calamity Ann's Dream" (American -
Branham, Miss Eloise Robinson, Dr. CHURCH SERVICESRev. ).

and Mrs. J. C. Howell and Mr. and "The House the Tree" (Majestic
A. M. Chisholm will preach on Jewelerso
:Mrs. Fred Stanley. next Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, ). & CO.
in the home of Mr. Jacob Hassler, "Her Father's Choice" (Reliance). I i
"Bought and Paid For" at the Dixie East Church street. Sunday, two We win honor all. coupon books ,

theater Monday night was one of the weeks ago, there was a splendid ser this week. /
very best plays that has been ren- vice. A cordial welcome is extendedto Music by Lucerne orchestra.
dered here this season, and the house all. Band concert at 7 o'clock. Everything Guaranteed. Prompt Repairing

was filled with an appreciative audi- Night, 7:15 and 8:15. n :
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