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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 4, 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: VID00296
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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

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VOLUME ONE. '. ORLANDO. FLORIDA, SUNDAY, JANUARY 4, 1914. NUMBER 281.ACCOUNTANT'S .
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BANKERS SEE GOOD YEAR I Ull I BURN SAYS HE WILL
FIGURES SHOW MATTER Of BRICK TO HANDLED

FOR BUSINESS AHEAD I NOT RUN FOR CONGRESSWILL



CITY IN SPLENDID C CONDITION ORLANDO'S FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS DEVOTE HIS TIME TO LAW VIGOROUSlY BY B BOARD OFTRADE[

IN GOOD CONDITION PRACTICE AND BUSINESS
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AND TALK CHEERFULLY AFFAIRS I -

BROAD MARGIN BETWEEN BIG DEPARTMENT STORETO LIND'S VISIT WILL MAKE OTHER COUNTIES WILL BE
Orlando bankers are of one accord Palatka, Jan. 3.-Col. Sam J. Hil-

ASSETS AND LIABILITIESON BE OCCUPIED MONDAY in saying that the year 1913 was filled II burn will not oppose Claude L'Englefor NO CHANGE IN POLICY ASKED TO JOIN FORCES

BALANCE SHEET with business'of an encouraging character -i congress in the approaching primary WITH ORANGE
I I and they look for much bigger as the following statement
things in 1914. from Mr. Hilburn will show: t
NEWTON P. YOWELL TO VACATE I PRESIDENT AND ENVOY'S TWO
The business of the town and the "After due consideration I have de-'
GOOD MANAGEMENT PAYSEXCESS PRESENT QUARTERS FIRSTOF 'I country surrounding is gauged by the cided to keep out of the political SONS SEE LIND FOR RATES AND PRICES HIGH

WEEK volume of business which passes game this year. This, of course, SHORT TIME -
I through the banks, and what the means that I will not be a candidatefor N

OF INCOME OVER EX- The N. P. Yowell stock of dry bankers have to say is of certain the seat in congress now held by : Gulfport, Miss., Jan. 3.-President ADJUSTMENT OF FIRST COST

PENSES FOR THE PAST YEAR goods and dress fabrics will be moved value. I Mr. L'Engle. I Wilson today announced that his con- AND CARRIAGE CHARGES

GAVE CHANCE FOR MANY into the big Yowell-Duckworth building !j Mr. George E. Nolan, cashier of the I I "In my contest in the last primaryI ference with John Lind had developedno WILL BE SOUGHT IN
Monday. For several days past Orlando Bank & Trust company, said spent so much time and money thatI change in the policy of the Wash STRONG CAMPAIGNIn
BETTERMENTSAccountant
the Yowell force of, clerks has been yesterday: "The business outlook is do not feel able to wage a campaignat ington administration toward Mexico
busy taking stock, and on Monday the certainly encouraging from the stand- this time. My law business and and that no new plan or move in the .
J. D. Mitchill will pre- store will be closed to business while point of the Orlando Bank & Trust personal interests, are demanding my : situation had been decided upon. view of the fact that Orange

tent a full report of his audit of the the removal of goods is going on. company. Our deposits are way full time and best attention, and I am,!I county has $600,000 to spend in build

city books and accounts to the city Although the fixtures for the new ahead of the amount at this time last not in a position to sacrifice them for LIND RETURNS TO VERA I ing good roads and that other counties -

commission at Monday's meeting. store have not arrived and will not be year, and the number of depositors is politics. Hence my determination to I CRUZ AFTER CONFERENCE in this section of Florida are

From the figures compiled by Mr. here for some time, the best shift, growing greater all the while. I decline to become an aspirant i Pass Christian, Jan. 3.-President upon the verge of bonding for or
:Mitchill it is shown that the finan- possible will be made until they ar don't think there is any better indication I "I appreciate greatly the tenders of ,Wilson's mysterious conference with building roads, an effort is going to
cial condition of the city is good. The rive. Under the terms of the leaseon of the prosperity of the people support from loyal friends throughout :'his personal envoy to Mexico, John be made through the Orlando Boardof
auditor, who has made other audits of the old store, Mr. Yowell must vacate generally than this one. When the the district and assure them that 1 Lind, was completed late last night Trade to secure the co-operation of
the city books, declares it to be the so as to give the carpenters and people start bank accounts and keep their cordial endorsement is most 1:and this morning Mr. Lind will return such other counties as will join in the

best showing Orlando has ever made. masons an opportunity to remodel his them going this leads to investmentand gratifying to me. However, as I I to Vera Cruz on the scout cruiser movement to secure an adjustmentof
The accountant has been at work old'store for the Marion B. Ives stock, financial operation and more substantial stated above, my personal interests : Chester, but so far nothing has been both the first cost of the brick and
since December 15, and has made a which will be moved in.as. soon as citizenry. The prospect is prevent me from engaging actively I revealed as to the exact nature of the transportation rates.
thorough investigation of the city's possible.The fine." The annual meeting of the in politics this year." I!matters discussed during the inter! Even if other counties are not inclined -

affairs, and the audit has been Yowell stock will be open in Bank & Trust company will be held view. I to take part in such a movement
3 brought down to the close of business the new building in the course of a January 20, when the semi-annual The president early today took Mr. the amount of money involvedis

on'December 31, 1913, the close of the day or two, giving time to get things dividend of four per cent. will be declared. SEABRIUill t nil AtiAIN Lind's two sons, Norman Lind and sufficient to warrant the Board of
last administration. straight after removal. The Duck- I John Lind, Jr., eight miles in his automobile Trade in proceeding on its own initiative -

e The fixed assets of the city are rep worth stock will be moved later, andit Mr. S. Waters Howe, cashier of the :! BY DISASTROUS STORM to the pier from which they and single-handed. It is a mat-
resented as being $168,8 4.62, and the is not likely that the formal open- Orlando State Bank, was out of town I boarded the revenue cutter Winona ter of moment to the city as well as
current assets $141,282.04; stock in ing in the new store will be an- yesterday, but Assistant Cashier S.i i and went to the Chester to bid their the county, for the city bond issue if ,

the Orlando fair association $600; nounced for some time. A. Newell handed over a statementof LARGE PORTION OF THE TOWNIS distinguished father farewell. With $100,000, supplemented by a similar ':
sinking fund held by clerk for bondretirement the condition of the bank just issued LEFT EXPOSED TO the exception- the president they amount which will be borne by the !
$6,050; total assets $316- saying: "That speaks for it- i i I II were the only visitors who saw. Mr. abutting property owners, runs the
736.66.* REBELS REPULSED FROM 1 self." This shows a surplus of $35,. !,I THE SEA I Lind during his brief stay here. almost immediate expenditure of

The total liabilities are represented 000 on a capital of $50,000 and deposits -' --- I I Whether or not any concrete development money from this town and county to

t 1 as being $193,321.51, giving an excess OJINAGJ AND LAREDO of more than three-quarters ofa Special New to York the Sentin, Jan. 3.The storm ;. will result from the conference about three-quarters of a million.

,of assets above liabilities of $123- million, surely a fine showing. The which has been sweeping Long Island between President Wilson and Mr. : Mr.. M. 0. Overstreet, chairman of
415.15. / Lind was as much a matter of con. the county commissioners, who re-
: annual meeting of this bank will be and the New Jersey coasts duringthe
Fixed assets consist of city prop REBELS RETIRE AND WAIT FOR held Tuesday, January 6. day greatly increased in velocity jecture as ever. 'cently'spent some time investigatingthe
erty, such as the city building, fire REINFORCEMENTS BEFORE i Cashier Charles P. Dow of the Peo- early tonight, and several points I I The interview between the president cost of brick and the transportation -

station, stables, clay pit, dumping ,pIe's National showed the Sentinel along these coasts are in grave dan-: and Mr. Lind was comparativelybrief rates, said yesterday that the
ground, land for disposal plants, RENEWING ATTACK I representative the stack of deposit ger of being washed away. !I brief, although the Chester had come commissioners would be in no hurryto
paved streets and sewerage system. 850 miles in order that it might be roceed with the sale of the coun-
slips for December, 1912, and that The situation is most serious for i
Current assets consist of unpaid Special to the SentinelWashington : : held. It was an unusual incident- ty bonds until these preliminary mat-
for December, 1913. The latter was Seabright, N. J., where the heavy :
taxes, tax sale certificates, and the Jan. 3.-The state department easily four times as large ,as the for- waves swept away almost every ves- ;'the arrival of the Chester-carrying ters had been adjusted, and he pur-
cash in the hands of the city treasurer today issued a warning to mer, and Mr. Dow stated that in a tige of the sea wall and bulkheads,!I I on board a man who is accorded all posed presenting the question to the
and the bond trustees. Americans against the resumption of the honors of a diplomatic envoy Board of Trade at Monday night's
: year's time the deposits had grown leaving a large portion of the town :
The total income of the city for,the industrial operations in Mexico. J'in number about four times and in exposed to the sea. The damage at'though:I possessing no official status. : meeting.
year 1913 was $147,182.74, and the This is accepted to, mean that Lind volume about three times. "It looks Seabright is estimated at more than!!i Adding interest to the situation was I Mr. Overstreet strongly favors the
total was 117402.33, thus was unable to report any hope for I the fact that the president went to purchase of a shale and clay depositand
I expense like good times to us, said Mr. Dow, half a million, and fear for the safetyof I
in Mexican .
showing an excess of income over ex- improvement conditions at ,"and I believe that this year is goingto the town proper exists. Several sea to meet Mr. Lind instead of hav- the erection of a brick plant to
his conference with the president.Such i I. the needs of the Florida
of his ashore. supply coun-
$29,780.41.The ing envoy come
pense be the best year that Orlando has hundred persons left the coast resorts
city's income is gathered from warning, it is pointed out, would ties at cost, and he has done some investigating
ever had. The annual meeting of tonight for the mainland.
fees not be made without the authority of I I along that line which
the payment of taxes, license the People's National will be held APPLICATIONS BEINGRECEIVED
sanitary tax, dog tax, police court the president. January 13.'OFFICIALS. AFFINITY EARLE ARRESTEDFOR FROM BANKSWashington I makes the proposition seem more
fines and the like. During the year Dispatches to the war department I ABDUCTING SON t feasible than it might appear upon

the city spent for betterments of various report distinct advantages for the TO INSEPECT SITE Jan. 3.-The first legal first consideration."If .
the be- federals at Ojinaga and Nuevo la- several of the counties would
kinds $11,684.57, and at FOR LIGHTHOUSE DEPOT New York, Jan. 3.-The arrest in applications for membership in
ginning of the year 1913 there was a redo. This information is based on .- Norway of Ferdinand Pinney Earle, the federal reserve system were received combine in such an enterprise," said
cash balance in bank of $2,857.48.The the expert observations of United Jan. 3.-Assistant Evans today at the treasury depart- Mr. Overstreet, "the brick could be
Washington, Secretary the artist, and Mrs. reported
amount spent in betterments and States army officers. This doesn'tsustain ment from eleven national banks in delivered at about two-thirds the
of the Navy Sweet and George in news dispatches from Paris today,
the amount on hand at the first of the according to army experts,II'R. Putnam, commissioners of light I I ends a two-months' search that ex- the form of resolution approved by present price of brick, and this is
the the announcement from Pass Chris- making liberal allowances for the cost
deducted from the bank
year being excess reserve organization com-
house, will leave here some time between tended over most of Europe, the
balance of tian that Huerta's army is without of manufacture and even allowing a
income shows a reserve January 10 and January 15 to United States and Canada. mittee declaring the boards of direc-
: hope of success. Army officers are profit and not taking into account the
$20,953:32.Thus tors of the banks had accepted the
investigate all the sites offered for I Harold Ervin Earle, who disap-
the city commission begins its disposed to connect very closely the terms of the new law. excessive transportation rates."
the sixth district including school
lighthouse depot, peared from a boarding near
administration with a good credit bal- pointed statement made by the state Jacksonville and Fernandina. Paris on November 9, and was found The applications came from banksin Mr. Overstreet says the inequalitiesin
ance. The following statement from department today with the federal Cincinnati, Baltimore, Oakland and rates need attention, and since other
They will start in at Wilmingtonand with his father in Norway, will be
the general balance sheet may be of success in arms ten days before Lind inspect the sites in order as theygo returned to his mother, Madame Ma West Minister, Md.; Keyser, W. Va.; Florida counties are subjected to

interest: left Mexico. southward. rie Emilie Fischbacker, who wasEarle's Holyoke, Mass.; Wilmington, N. C.; I the same kind of extortion from the
Assets Schenevus, N. Y.; Williamsport and railroads, he believes that there will
Secretary Sweet announces that it first wife. Earle and Mrs.
Fixed assets ... .. .. ....$168,804.62 VIRGINIA LEGISLATURETO will be impossible for them to accept Evans are being held on a charge of Lewiston, Pa., and one in the Districtof :be no trouble to interest the officials
Current assets ... .. :. ... 141,282.04 CORRECT DIVORCE EVIL Columbia.The : of such counties to join in and secure
any hospitalities on the trip, as the abduction. S i
such reductions will be fair and
tour is to be for business purposes The terms of Madame Fischbacker'sdi'orce organization committee fixed as
$310,086.66 Alexandria, Va., Jan. 3.-The di- only. This means that dinners and from him gave Earle 'permis- dates for hearings in cities on the I reasonable.
Ass'n .. .. 600.00 vorce "evil" I It is believed that this is the beginning .
!\ Or.ando Fair promises to figure prominently receptions are to be "cut out"TAMPA sion to see the boy occasionally, Pacific coast, in the South and in the
Sinking fund held by clerk in the deliberations of the Virginia which he did. He'was ordered to pay Central states. The committee leaves ''I of a movement which will re-

for bond retirement ... 6,050.00 state legislature, which will WILL BE VISITED BY to the mother a sum sufficient for Washington January 17 and after sult in the saving of great sums to
convene at Richmond in : the counties of Florida for the work
ten days. THE FOUR SUBMARINES the education of their child. holding hearings in Chicago, St. ,
Total assets .. .. ......$316.736.66 J. Fred Birrell, of Alexandria, a In September, Madame Fischbacker Louis, Kansas City and Denver, will : of building good roads has just begun,
Liabilities member-elect of the house of dele I arrive in Seattle January 31. Leaving and now is the time to secure the re-
Norfolk, Va., Jan. 3.-The submarine placed the boy in a school near Paris.
Balance outstanding knownas gates, announced today that one of flotilla now in dry dock in the Earle was informed of this plan and Seattle February 1 it will spend ductions before more of the tax pay

clay bonds .. ...... .$ 13,000.00 his first official acts would be to introduce navy yard, will sail on Monday, convoyed visited Harold there several times. February 2 in Portland. It will be ers' money is wasted.

Refund'g bonds No. 1, 1903 25,000.00 a bill to repeal the existing by the monitor Tonopa on a One day the boy disappeared. Searchof in San Francisco February 4,5 and 6;

Ref und'g bonds I No. 2, 1911 15,000.00 divorce law of Virginia. cruise of the south Atlantic seaboard Earle's apartments in Paris disclosed in Los Angeles, February 7, 8 and 9; AUTO BANDITS SHOT
Sewerage bonds, 1912.. .. 140,000.00 According to Mr.\ Birrell, a large and gulf ports. The flotilla consistsof that he had fled. Mrs. Evans, Houston, Texas, on the twelfth and
OFFICER MAN IDENTIFIED
majority. of those who seek divorcesin thirteenth New Orleans the ;
four.
the E-l and E-2, the D-2 and D-3. who had gone to the school for the ;
$193,000.00 Alexandria county come from Among the parts to be visited are purpose of learning French, also had teenth and fifteenth; Atlanta, six
Suspended warrants out- Washington, maintain a quasi residence Charleston and Georgetown, S. C.; disappeared.The teenth, seventeenth and eighteenth; Detroit, Mich., Jan. Although be

standing 00. .'. 00 00. .00 321.51 in Virginia for a year, and Brunswick and Savannah, Ga.; Fer- offense of abduction in France Cincinnati, nineteenth, twentieth and has three severe wounds in his body,
when their object has been attained part of twenty-first; Cleveland part hospital authorities that Patrolman
I nandina, Jacksonville, Key West, Pen. is a penal one. If Earle and Mrs say
4 $193,321.51 i promptly abandon their so-called residence sacola and Tampa, Fla.; Mobile, Ala., Evans can be extradited they prob- of the twenty-first and will be backin John Gordon, who was shot ear-

in the state. New Orleans, 14, and Galveston, ably will be returned to France for Washington. February 22. ly today by bandits, has a fair chance

Assets above liabilities. .$123,415.15 I I Tex. The flotilla will return to Nor- trial on an abduction charge. for recovery. Gordon is the seventh
t Ii i THE WEATHER folk next spring. KERMIT ROOSEVELT TO WED Detroit officer to be shot down while

i Total income'.. ....:. .. .$147,182.74Expenses ONE MAN KILLED AND OTHERS DAUGHTER OF AMBASSADOR on duty since last March. Of this

t . ... ... ...,... 117,402.33 Florida: Fair Sunday; colder in Cotton ginning is said to be the or- INJURED AT ATLANTIC CITY Special to the Sentinel. number five officers were killed out-
extreme south. Monday -warmer and der of the day at Gretna. Richmond, Va., Jan. 3.Announcement right or died as the result of their

i Excess .. .. .. ... .00.. ..00$ 29,780.41 fair, except probably rain in north-: Special! to the Sentinel was made here today of the en. injuries. ;
west portion. The contract, has been let for the Atlantic City, Jan. 3.-One man gagement of Miss Belle Willard and Soon after the shooting four Italian }

I s Betterments .. .... .00. .. .11684.57 construction of two miles of cement was killed and several were injuredin Kermit Roosevelt Miss Willard is suspects were identified by Gor- :'

Less balance in bank, Jan. Curtis & O'Neal will supply your sidewalks in Tarpon City. It is ex- the terrific storm which swept Atlantic the daughter of Joseph E. Willard. don as the men he encountered when
1, 1913 .......00 .. ..:. 2,857.48 wants for school books and school pected that within the next six City today. Scores have been! United States ambassador to Spain. the shooting occurred. He also pointed -
supplies. They have everything you months more than nine miles of co- driven from their homes by the great The home of the Willards is in this out the man who he said shot

Reserve balance 00 00 .:.$ 20,953.32 need. nrr ks will be laid in that town. damage wrought by the storm. < city. I him.A'x .
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world will come to an end on December -:- DRUGGISTS.. -:- Florida
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Doris, from Havana, which is sup- Seats on Sale at Butt's Prices 50 cents, 75, $1.00, $1.50 Orlando florIda. bulk. "Motto" Quantity ';i
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Archie Henderson, the 15yearoldson Palatka and Putnam county. -
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of everything and 0. W. Conner behind it all.
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THE HODGES BROTHERS.Who f I.ob.: OrlandoGet

will appear at the Montgomery Motion Picture Company's particulars fromF.
Grand Theatre for two weeks beginning January 12th-next Mon NURSERIES
G. RUSH, OCKLA4HA
J day-are acknowledged the best and highest salaried team on the
Southern stage. They carry their own accompanist, Mr. Ross, as Phone 226
welt as their baby Grand piano and velvet curtain. Their comedy
and singing have made them famous. They come here direct from Dept. 2 3, Tangerine, Fla.
Theatre, Jacksonville. For
one month's engagement at the Imperial
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reputation and is sure to make many friends in Orlando. The East Coast Advocate say for the meeting of the National
Coming Tuesday will be Seligs three reel masterpiece of the wilds Melbourne is going to have a theater League of Commission Merchantswhich 1
"In the Midst of the Jungle," spoken of as the greatest picture ever rri and! public hall. This is 0 somethingthe hold their big annual conven-
produced. It's incidents in every chapter are intense and exciting.The people have wanted and needec tion in Jacksonville January 1416. .
following Tuesday and Wednesday comes the local picture "A for a long time. 1
Romance in Orlando," and the following Tuesday, James K. Hackett
Subscribe for the Sentinel-and
"In the Prisoner of Zenda." get
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Within a very few weeks we shall I be moving to our New Store. It is our intention, if price reduc ions,

and wholesale sacrifice i f values mean anything, to clear out every item of our present stock. We

intend to make this a SALE, a sale unparalltlled in the history of Orlando.


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Will Be Reduced T Many Prices will be CUT IN HALF Many MORE-THAN HALF. This Sale will

Everythl.ng I emphasize more than ever our. .price abilities and verification positive statements.



Our Policy of Best Values and Genuine Bargains Still Further Exemplifies,

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.. We enumerate a few of the Extraordinary Values that will prevail during this Sale :

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'VOOL DRESS GOODS. WASH GOODS. SILKS

All Wool Serges (Blacks ana Colors) 75 cents Plain and Fancy Stripped and Checked Lawns, Japanese Silks, Crepe de Chine; regular 50c val-
Sale price --------------------------r--- 49c Regular 12 l-2c, Sale Price ______________ 8 l-2c ues. Sale price ________________________ 43c
48 inches All Wool Serge (Black and Colors) Regular Plain and Fancy Gingham, Regular 15c, Saleprice 12c Crepe de China, Silk Ratine: 75c values. Sale price 59c
$1.00, Sale Price____________________ 69c Plain! and Fancy Gingham, Regular 25c, Sale price 18c Messalines, Peau de Sole, Satins, Poplins, Chiffon
54 inches All Wool Serge (Blacks and Colors) Reg- Plain and Fancy.Voiles, Capes, Ratines, Seersuck- Taffetas; in blacks and colors; regular values
ular $1.25, Sale Price____________________ 80c ers, Regular Values, 25, 35, 50 and 75, Sale $1.00. Sale price -:---------------------- 89c
Price > 17 l-2c Regular values $1.25. Sale price 98c
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54 inches All Wool Serge (Black and Colors I } R eg-\ Imported Novelty Crepe; regular $2.50. Sale price rt ._$1.69 Wash Silk, in plain and fancy; regular value 125.
ular $1.50, Sale Price____________________ Batistes, Flaxons, Shirting. French Crepes; 'reg- Sale price _______________________________ 98c
Wool Crepes, Ratines, Plaids, Checks, Cashmeres ular values 35, 50, 75, $1. Sale price.27,43, 53, 79c tat
from 20 per cent. to 33.1-3 per cent. off. FANCY SILKS
French and German Broadcloths, Blacks and Colors Keep your eyes open and grasp some of theadditional
__________ In a magnificent range of colorings and designs, from
Regular $1.98, Sale Price__ $1.39 price opportunities that we shall
20 per cent, to 331-3 per cent. off.
offer day by day throughout the sale.
H.OSIE R Y. WATCH THE WINDOWS
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES
Lisle Hosiery r"
21c In Valenciennes, Brussels Net, Torchon, Cluny, Batten-
25 cent values, Sale Price I UNDERWEAR
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29c'' burg, Linen, Real Irish, etc., etc.
35 cent values, Sale Price
---------------------- Knit Underwear
50 cent values, Sale Price 43c __ Regular values lOc 15e 25c 50c 75c
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"Wonderhose" (guaranteed) for Women and Chil All 15c values __:::::::::::::::::::::::::::_ 12c Sale price ___________7 l-2c lOc 17 l-2c 35c 49c

dren. Regular $1.00 Boxes, Sale Price______89cSILK All 25c values _______________________________ 20c Regular values ______$1.00 $1.50 $1.75 $2.00 $3.00
Sale price 69c 98c $1.10 $1.25 $1.89
All 35c values 29c -----------
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HOSIERY. All 50c values _______________________________ 43c Real Irish
McCallum & Kaysei's. All 75c values 59c Regular values ____25c
------------------------------- 35c 65c $1.00 $1.25 $1.75
$1.25 cent value, Sale Price __---------------_ 85c Sale price _________19c 25c 49c 69c 89c $1.10
Two Pairs for $1.65. Combination Suits 5,000 yards Oddments; regular values up to 15c.

$1.50 values, Sale Price ______________________ $1.05 50c values, Sale price _________________________ 43c Sale price, yard --------------------______ 4C
65c values, Sale price! 55c '
Two Pairs for $1.89. -------------------------
________ ___________ 75c values, Sale price 65c
$2.50 values, Sale Price $1.60 ------------------------- GLOVES .
$1.25 values, Sale price 98c
All Gordon Hose 25 cent Reduction ----------------------
per $1.50 values I Sale I price i $1.23 Dent's and Lu-Ken Famous Gloves, in Kids, Suedes,
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Doeskin, and Washable' Kid, both short and I long.

CORSETS. Italian Silk Underwear Reg.,values! $1.25 $1.50 $1.75 $2.00 $2.50 $3.00 $3.50
"Bon Ton," Royal Worcester" and "LaReine" makes. Reg. values_ $1.50 $1.98 $2.50 $2.75 $3.00 $3.50 $4.00 Sale price --- 98c $1.39 $1.49 $1.69 $1.98 $2.49 $2.98
All Sizes and Latest Styles. Sale price___ $1.15 $1.25 $1.49 $1.75 $1.98 $2.25 $2.50This Kayser's Italian Silk Gloves (the best made)

$1.00 Value, Sale Price 89c Regular values ___________ 65c
---------------------- : $1.00 $1.25 $1.50
$1.50 Value, Sale Price-------------_-------- $1.29 Sale should and will interest 100 per Sale price _________________ 49 79 98 $1.23.
$2.00 Value, Sale Price __ $1.69 cent. of the shopping public.NOTIONS.
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$3.00 Value, Sale Price $2.49
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$3.50 Value I Sale I Price $2.89
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$5.00 Value. Sale I Price $4.19 20 PER CENT REDUCTIONIts Dress Linens, Center Pieces, Bureau Scarfs
---------------------- Regular
I values_ 50c 75c $1.00 $1.25 $1.50 $2.00
150 Pair in Odd Lots at Half Price. Sale
price 39c 55c 79c 89c $1.10
reading advertisements like these that ------- $1.35This
'' keep you posted-that let you know what
RIB BON S. Is in Every Sense of the Word
we are doing that enable you to get the
Taffeta, Satins, Gros Grains, Moire Velvet, etc. things you want at the price you are glad A CASH SA L E.
Plain and Fancies, 20 per cent. Discount. to pay. All Goods Charged at Regular Prices.

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The Seedling Tree is a thing of the past. There is more profit for you I DO NOT BE MISLEDby
in planting a budded grove, and waiting three or four years for it to come into I
I citation of individual box or individual shipment returns of other varie-
bearing, than there ever can be in buying a seedling grove already in bear.I -
\ ing, whose product comes directly into competition with countless thou ties. We have received as high as $12.50 per box for Conner Prolific Grape-

sands of acres of other seedling groves, all producing an inferior grade of fruit, but in that case the seasonal average would not apply. Where it would

fruit that sells slowly at ordinary prices. If you already own a seedling grove apply, and has applied, was when we sold this fruit in car loads at $3.00 to

you should protect yourself by adding new acreage of budded trees, and become $4.15 per box, f.0:b. our shipping point, and we expect to sell it next April or r

,a;producer of high grade fruit.: May at $5.00 per box in car lots. That's the kind of Grapefruit to plant to t

The Ocklawaha Nurseries Do Not Propagate Ordinary make money. .

Varieties For Commercial Planting THE OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES are not asking you to pay big prices for '
untried varieties; they are not selling Lue Ging Gong and promises; but .
I Every line they carry has a distinction. Their CARNEY PARSON BROWNand they are offering you tried out and proven varieties of merit, and common,
their CONNER SEEDLESS early oranges may be marketed early at a sense application as a marketable product of rare value.
time when prices are good, and taken from the trees long before the bulk of
the seedling fruit begins to move. No danger of loss of fruit crop by frost, Has any one ever told you that "any stock" would do? That a variety
and a long period of rest for the tree, permitting storing up energy, for the was a variety and the product would be the same regardless of the stock or '
next season's crop. soil? If so, you have been mi ieu. The different soils of Florida are widely ..
varied and of highly different composition. They require different stocks, and
THEIR TARDIFF AND VALENCIA LATE will develop some variety or classes of fruit to perfection, while others will :

l f come in after all other fruit is out of the way, and produce the fruit that be far from aa success. Here the same rule applies that makes one soil suit 3 I: ;

brings the grower fabulous prices able for native hardwood growth and another pine, and still another saw pal- :
mettoes, or swamp growth. Again we say, do not be misled, but come to the : t
.. THEIR PINEAPPLE ORANGE Ocklawaha Nurseries for advice as to stock and variety. It is free, add will :
has been improved each year for fifteen years by close bud selection until save you much disappointment later. '
now it is perfect. Its richness of color, wonderful aroma, fine marketing
sizes, heavy crops, and its medium late season, make it one of the finest and I Ocklawaha Experience applied to your new grove places you abreast of -
one of the greatest money makers for the grower.IN the times, and removes the experimental side of the question. It makes an
expert grower out of the novice. IT MEANS SUCCESS. :
GRAPEFRUITthe

same care has been exercised to produce the early and late ripening, the WE ARE SITUATED IN THE WESTERN END OF ORANGE COUNTY,
We have the S. A. L. railway within one-half mile of
Orlando.
miles from
maintenance of desirable size, the clear, bright peel, and the heavy bearing 25 }
at Victoria Station, and have the Bell Telephone service connected
our offices,
strain that makes their CONNER PROLIFIC and MARSH SEEDLESS varieties
local lines through Orlando, and this is at your service. Call us at
with all
wonders of production, of the very higtfest quality of fruit, and thus
pave the way to the richest return to the planter.We any time from anywhere on your business with us.
Our Nurseries have the distinction of being the largest citrus nurseries -/
can prove conclusively that we have earned a gross revenue of $5,900
and the only large plant managed directly on the premises.Our .
GRAPEFRUITsince in all Florida,
from an acre of six year old trees of CONNER. PROLIFIC
planting, and the season of shipment from these trees has covered the stock is right, our prices low, and Ocklawaha. Service the best in the

'entire marketing period from October to June. The last gathered was goodas world. ,

the first, and the prices realized .($2.15 on the trees average over the four

seasons of shipment) speak for the quality. Here then are the reasons why as OUR NEW 1914 CATALOG will be ready about January 1st. Apply now
CONNER PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT is the EAR.
commercial proposition
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CHINESE- PROVINCE, $1000 WHY PAY RENT ? $1000 ii

Peking, China, Jan. 2.-It is officially .
estimated that 24,000 execu- Handsome 5 Room Bungalow On a lot [lLTmL[ VACUUMCLEANERyour L [ [

tions were carried out in the provinceof 50 it. front. Surrounded, by lots selling
Sza Chuen alone in 1913. Most of from $50010 $1500, and close in.
those killed were'robbers, but a large
number were political offenders. It .
"' -ccor:
is hinted by officials that the actual ,.

figures regarding the executions Driven well and Will pay 10 to 15 room or housecleaned
would probably largely exceed the es- .

timate. Wired for Elcctricity. per cent on mon- without dust or. trouble
The gistoms collections at all ports : invested. Market
ey .
during 1913 reached a total of approximately ; of moving furniture .
$29,892,000. Most of the value $1500.

ports showed an increase over the Select neighbor- . Wide piazza. Lath
preceding year and the figures for _
Shanghai, Hankow and Canton actually hood. I and plastered. The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced
constitute a record. The reve- III '- k !IIi

nues are said to be sufficient to meet man.
all charges, including the Boxer in-

demnity. Will be sold soon. Investigate.
SEE THEM FOR TERMS
For location and floor plan.
SUICIDE LEAVES NOTE TO ,
TELL HOW HE KILLED WIFE I II I Made possible through our Look for the sign.

New York, Jan. 2.-The l body of perfectly organized- system Hand Building\; Church St.

John Monahan was. found in the I of selling I Real Estate tJ\ T B rl [ Lt [lLT[ c L 'llnc.

woods at Flushing, L. I., and with itI I iJ '
a letter in which Monahan describedhow
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the self.killed"I suicide have This Rallie gone morning wrote and out:now when of will my I head got kill up my-and it O ORLANDO l O BANK A K & .TROST I COMPANY r A Complete House :


seemed as if I was in a dream. I am .
not myself, and did not know what I Florida y H S
was doing. They have hidden my revolver ,
so I can't blow my brains out I .
-what little I have."
Organized April 1906 Bungalow-New-Modern

HURST DENIED CHANGE OF Lot covered with fine large trees full of oranges and

VENUE IN TRIAL FOR MURDER grapefruit. Five rooms and bath. Located just off Eola

Park and only a few blocks from Court House. We knowof
Ocala, Jan. 2.When the case of J
<, . no other house in Orlando to compare with it at the
W. Hurst, charged with the murderof \
Louis E. Boiler, was called in thr > price. Terms. : >

circuit court,. a change of venue wa .

asked.After careful" consideration by' the Make This Resolution Now FIVE ACRE TRACTS
court the motion was denied. Th Near Lake Underhill. Finest grove land and finest grovesin
case was set for trial again next I Orange County. Develop a grove on jour monthly spare ',
Monday. In the application it waf I That you will open a Bank Account in' the change. PRICE S50 PER ACRE. Timber practically pays J
charged that Sheriff Galloway am for clearing.

his deputies are hostile to the de Savings Department of The Orlando Bank & ,
fendant and that the hostile report 1
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of the murder published in cne of th' ,
Trust Company and thus begin the New Yearin
local papers would exert influenceover until you own the deed.

Boiler the was jury.brutally murdered a fev the right way. ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO. i)'

miles north of Ocala last August and . Room 2. Watkins Block. *":!
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Savannah, Ga..Jan. .-Insanity is
on the increase in Savannah, according

.to statistics in the ordinary's- office. : : M. !1. SMITH, President.v.IJ.t ). DAVIS, Vice-Presidenl. G. NOLAN, Cashier. j | Altamonte Springs, FloridaOIFIEIfcT ...


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One hundred and twenty-four was the
total, compared with 117 the year be- Most beautiful spot in all Florida

fore, and 71 in 1911. Nine miles from Orlando. Every com

The increase was among colored FOR fort and amusements, Golf, etc. Amongthe
persons. There was a decrease among
tall pines, between two lovely lakes.
whites. Seventy-five colored persons
Cusine and service first-class.
were adjudged insane, compared with
57 the year before, and 49 white per Xmas Holidays
sons, compared with 60 the year be-
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MORGANS WITH DROP BIG CORPORATIONS CONNECTION I\ \ Regular $6 and $7 Pants 1"

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New York, Jan. 2J. P. Morgan : Off With Old. On With the New :
& Co. today announced that they had I\' Made to Your Measure
severed their connection with some c

of the greatest corporations in the It"is, no use to mourn over the lapses and
country with which they have long
been connected This step, the firm failures of 1913. Brace up for the new year
$3.50
announced, was taken voluntarily in f which is only a few days ahead of you. We
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response to "an apparent change in
public sentiment" on account of "someof expect it to be the largest year in our bus-

the problems and criticisms hav- iness history and in order to make it so we i
ing to do with so-called interlocking
directorates." Among the companiesfrom h C. 31. PJFXJ:1.\T: : are going to serve you better than ever be-
which retired the New
they are M fore. You cannot afford to overlook us when ''
York Central and the New Haven ,
railroads. L 34 CHURCH: STREET you are in need of Blank Books, Office Supplies t

fine Stationery, Musical Goods, etc. i
FOR SALE ,
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Thirty-five acres, fronting on Lake Up to Thursday night of last week The Cathedral SchoolEAST ; t
Conway, 25 acres of fruit land, and the Manatee Fruit company, in Pal- Automobile for Hire !
ten acres of garden land, one hun- metto, had shipped 19,580 boxes oft j CENTRAL AVENUEOrlando's ; S. BRANCH i
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dred bearing orange trees small and New Five Passenger : :
house and barn. Price $2,500. oranges and 7,983 boxes of grape- Select Boarding 1

Twenty-eight acres, twelve acres fruit. Day School For Girls PHONE 419HIKlliMMHHMMMIM The Arcade Book and Music Store
in grove, four hundred bearing trees, .
and two hundred young budded grape- Reopens Wednesday, October L 'ti i
fruit, eight hundred boxes of fruit Ladies' hair dressing, massage, Primary, Intermediate, and College NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE t
now on trees. Price $3,200.
Eighty acres, twenty-five acres shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber I Preparatory Grades. WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES Under and by virtue of two certain :
t cleared and fenced, house and out Shop. 12tf4imitiemHIBMIifliM ;Also Courses in Music, Art, Elocution AND DO ALL KINDS OF of execution issued out of the Circuit !,
buildings. Price $1,500. Domestic Science, Physical Cul in the Seventh Judicial Circuit of I )
OPTICAL REPAIRING and for Orange County in favor of F.
Twenty lake front, well \
acres on
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ture. Raehn Company and against The
located, three hundred bearing orange trained Teachers. Homes Company. I .ball sell at public
trees. Price $2,200. Twelve specially "- :<'-!" to the highest bidder for cash at the J"4
Twenty acres good fruit land on WM. HARPER Individual attention. Loving care. .fF. fr: a: House door in Orlando. Orange County
lake front, two acres bearing orange ** D R S.IJOSEFHINE j 1 REV) RODERICK P. COBB A. M., : the ida, during 2nd day the of legal February.hours of A.sale D.on corner't
d grove, good six room house. Price ( HARPEROSTEOPATHS j Principal I1 following lands ant tenement levied
1000. under said execution u the property
Twenty-five acres bearing orange Fairview Homes Company levy having ;
made on the 2nd day of January A. D.
: grove located on lake front within the Oldest Established Practice In
) city limits. Ideal location for subdi- Orlando w. T. 'TRICAN, DR. L H. RAMSDELL to-wit East: quarter of south half of
vision. Price I 20. Township 22
$10,500.J. 19 W. Church S4treet, OPTOMETRIST quarter of Section
E. CRAWFORDOffice UpStairsConsutIUonand Paint and interior decorator. New Range 20 east and beffnnuiz at
over Blue Drug Store I Free Examination ideas JF d old ones, too. Phone 636. (Successor to Dr. 0. P. LUdns) quarter corner of of Section northeast 20 quarter Township of 22
117 S. Orange Avenue Expe workmen employed. Range SO east run east 60 feet .
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MORNING AND WEEKLY I Madame acnjuunn-lieaick has applied ' horse hitched to a buggy in which Elegant Home

-: JOSIAU FERRIS, EdiUi and O.n.r. for a divorce from her third hus- :Mrs. A. A. Patch was seated became THE PALMS AUTO COREO

.. kaiiU. ihe iuauune must ue more of .frightened at Central avenue on Orange -
Entered at the iioekilTHr al Orh n I' H FOR SALE
.' ida u *,'(.n.1 Cla.- Mail MaUeiSUBSCIIIIrhUN JL success at Staging "Home, sweet and brought up against a pile
., acme'' than shi is at making one. 'of building brick in front of tne Gilea- MOTOR CARS

: ( RA1KS from a fkanuat standpoint it doubtless Hovey building on South Orangs. New two-story} residence, six

THE DAILY SEMI.NKL ; pays her better to sing about a 'The buggy was overturned and Mrs. For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a and bath.
. . . . . . rooms Corner lot dost
One Year . ... $5.w-- sweet ucme than it would to try to Patch ,was thrown violently from the
Six Months .. . ... .. . . . . -.5, create one. vehicle, but in some miraculous manner full stock of supplies and accessories. Hale a good force in and fine location. Handsomely -

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" escaped serious injury thougushe competent repair men. our absolutelyguaranteed decorated, fine electric fix
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JANUARY 4, 1914. The Lacoa News says: *"It's just surfered painful brmsis and a terrific .
SUNDAY, tures, all doors and windows
as fair for a man to marry a woman ( shock. Jkr. Patch( u employeu

1.0 reform her as it is for a woman as bookkeeper in the People's bank, screened. Choice orange and
That near dawn of a greater pros I
perity story is becoming somewha ?(> marry a man to reform him." We and was at the scene and took Mrs. grapefruit trees. The best valuein

..:a laU. :) oa oraiiga avenue every Patch to their home on Lake Cner-
stale-bring on the goods, and cease the at .
feeding us with promises.The ay that certainly need re-forming, okee immediately alter the harrowing THE PALMS AUTO CO city $3,500.Cooper

ut it appears to us to be a task for experience here was another run-
: 0
man who made the first tri] he niLhner and dressmaker rather.nan away earlier in the day when a team FULLER & FOX, Proprietors. Atha

the a man's job. of mules hitched to an orange picker'.) .
to Tampa
from St. Petersburg on I
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flying boat paid four hundred dollar I wagon got a scare: and spitted a load ; .. 31 III "M+( t tee I ; Ie. r
It is stated on good authority that of fruit crates at the corner of 114 SOUTH ORANGE AVE.
Some ---- -- ------- ----- -
for the privilege. men go uj
.ne candy bill of the Americans Church and Orange.REGISTRATION I
in the air for much less. : MMMMMMMIMMMMMMMMMHmMCHMmUMSofe
I, 0 .mounts to $13JOjJOOJ per year. No.. Orlando, Florida12.5.3m.
: Bonder our girls are all so sweet. i BOOKS
The work of registration begins .
* II WILL BE OPEN MONDAYThe
Monday. It is to be a new registration
out and out, and everybody wit The city council: of Bradentown did I
be required to register. The book ot dare cut down the big trees on registration books will be open to uto Oner f!

t will be open for sixty days. Jain street during tha daylight hours, Monday, both at the office ot the .

-- ,j tney engaged men to do the work county registration officer at the

r\ whe 4 the night time and let the citi- court house and at the different pre
It's no use! We thought
Fred DeBerry: got a federal job tha .ens and tax payers do their howling cincts. The law enacted by the last R. L. HOLLAND,

. :1ie'd stop writing songs, but he's he next morning. What Bradenown : legislature requires that an entirelynew Supreme Auto ml
needs is a large sized dose of registration shall be obtainedthis
time it
Ibis
f busted loose again. will recover your old Auto or Buggy
,
"Oh, you commission men." jmmission government with the recall year, and biennially thereafter.The
F feature added to the charter. books will remain for sixty
open Make Back and Cush-
.' 0 * ; ,Tops. your The oil that has
Samuel J. Hilburn, of Palatka: ha days.
; been able to stifle his political amb' "Why is radium like common : ion Slip Covers and Auto Top, dust stood the su-
tion for the and .ense?" said the conundrum fiend to MISS POTTER TO SING AT
E present announce
f that he will not try for congres: .s the other day. "Because most METHODIST SERVICESMiss | covers. New top or cushion work for preme test
eople have so little of it," we an- I
f' against Congressman L'Engle.
L -o- wered. "Very good," he replied, Potter, director of music at ; carriages and buggies at reasonable THAT : __

Kissimmee capitalists are drillim but the answer I had in mind was, the Lake City college, will sing at the

" for oil and gas. They've got machinery Because it is so rare and yet so use- Methodist services at the Grand Sun- : prices. All work and material guaranteed -

t. capable of going a mile into ." day night. Miss Potter is a gifted Goo Gulf Gasoline
the earth. Honest, now, we're afrak * singer and her solo will be greatly I by T. M. Coppedge, Trimmer

: that isn't going to be sufficient. ,We can sympathize with the broth- enjoyed by every one who is so fortunate
I
:r merchants who must perhaps carry as to hear her.
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t The Jacksonville News is already -he goods over until another season,

t claiming the greatest circulation iii jut it speaks well for Orlando winter FLODINGSAUNDERSJudge .

t' Jacksonville and it is less of than any a afternoon month old.paper.A climate of the to clothing see signs merchants in the read-winnows -I Martin yesterday issued license R. l. HOLLAND L CARRIAGE b[ SHOP r : P. G. WALTON, AgL

for the of
husky growth! What kind of breakfast .ng, "Cut Prices on Overcoats and marriage George

food does it feed on? jweaters." Raymond Saunders and Virginia Lee PHONES 450269MMMIMMMMMMBMm
f I Floding, daughter of George A. Flod- I

f Wallace Bruce, the founder and We are waiting anxiously for those ing. The groom's age' was given as ,
uniforms that 22 and the bride's as 17. The father ." 111111111111111..1..13..I I
i president of .the Florida Chautauqua. new our police force is
i the only real Chautauqua operated .0 appear in shortly, and trust they gave! his consent to the marriage

J- after the parent plan in the state, i? will be distinctive enough to be easily which is scheduled to take place January -

t dead at DeFuniak Springs. Mr. Bruce distinguished from the hotel porters, 7. .
' \ delivery boys and other uniformedmen
was a man of fine acquirements and .
t r,' splendid talents. about town. Our good looking, DEATH OF JOHN G. PAGE
J well dressed
1 o mayor and commission-
: Senator Fletcher announces that he 3rs should be backed up by well The friends of Mr. John G. Page .
I with of his . ..
: will stand by his record. This an.t' dressed policemen. will learn deep regret '. ' : '
nouncement is entirely superfluous death, which occurred recently at De - .. .

A candidate seeking renominationmust SCHOOL WILL OPEN FOR Funiak Springs. Mr. Page lived at
N. Y. but had been fre-
Sherman, a
stand by his record; there's nc SPRING TERM MONDAY t.
t visitor to Orlando.
way out of it. The record stands for I quent

f.' itself, and the candidate must stand School will open for the spring
or fall by his record. term Monday. The schools closed "BOUGIIT ORLANDO AND TOMORROW PAID FOR" NIGHT IN Jewelry Gifts Me was Appreciated

o Friday, December 19, for the holidays .

! Mayor Mitchel of New York says and by a strict calculation they I -
Manager Barker of the Orlando
rill have been dosed for sixteen .
he prefers for his administration to -
f. house announces the .
opera appear-
lays. The students and teachers have
q be a quiet one. Most mayors are ofF
of Broadhurst's thrilling drama
the same mind. But the people want enjoyed a good rest, and all is in ance
"Bought and Paid For," at his house We carry a complete stock and can
to know what is being done, and they readiness for the opening. It is be- .
exnect the rewsnnners to inform lieved that the schools will gain a tomorrow night.
suit all tastes. Come in and look us over.T.HEvans .
them. No public official should make record attendance during the forthcoming
DR. P. P. PILLANS
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the mistake of trying to keep his of- term. In a statement givenat CHOSEN CITY PHYSICIANThe

ficial doings hid from the people. the request of the Sentinel, Supt. I
McKinnon said a few days ago that
o f
commissioners have elect-
" the schools had gained thirteen percent city .. .
This lament from the Greenville. ed Dr. P. P. Pillans to be city physician "0 '
during the This
past
'f; 0., Advocate: "After the holidayscomes year. wasa to succeed Dr. W. C. Person,
goodly increase, but the spring term
the flight of the fortunate ones resigned.
generally shows better than the fall
( to the Sunny South, while the rest of I
term, and it is believed that this
year
f. us elect to remain at home and shovel Griffing trees give results. Office
will be no exception to the rule in
s"ow. ant PO mach from choice but this respectTWENTYONE opposite P. 0. W. H. Brokaw,sales-
"t as a matter of dire necessity. Come man. 12-25-tf

, down, Brother Browne; we'll give you
t a warm welcome and a nveMv rood DAY SALE W. T. ENTRICAN

( time. We've got oranges and grapefruit AT MARION B. IVES'In Offers to Orlando the newest and best the JewelerOPPOSITE
J waiting for you, and the fish- >f workmanship in the painting and
lecorating trade. Phone 636.
t ing's fine.Gilchrist. a full page advertisement Ma- 12-21-lm ,
, rion B. Ives tells why it is necessaryto
sell large of his -- ------ ---- -- -- '
a portion stock. POSTOFFICE
Stockton the second son He is going to move, and he would a..a' . . . . . . . . ..
t" of John N. C. Stockton has won 9 ; "
rather close out at a small profit thanto
Rhodes scholarship. William Stock tear up and move and then set up LL fL L CO1 EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
ton, the first son of the senatorial I
the same stock again in a new store.
candidate, won a Rhodes scholarshio.
Read the advertisement; it speaks for CUT FLOWERSOUR
i and received his ed' cat:nn at Oxford
itself.
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This leads the Ocala Banner to ob- SPECIALTY

L serve that it i ii better to be the father Rhone 25)6) TAMPA, FLA.U"'II.HIU.IIIII..IIII.. I -
| of such boys than to bs United State? Subscribe for the Sentinel. i i'I-

f senator. But isn't it better to be I Extra Extra I Ii
r ator and be the father of such se'-I I .
'
too? P-' bsb1v that's what i
p John thinks about it. New Studebakers are Here

C n For Tuesday and WednesdayPlain

Editor Benjamin of the Ocala Star Four Cylinder, Five Passenger TouringCar

rt was placed on the witness stand IP $1,115.FourCliiuler I ,

court the other day to testify in a Landau Roadster, $1.265.Six and Fancy Voiles Crepes, Ratines and Seersuckers.: Regular! | 7 1"1 2 c

r motion for change of venue in a nvir- 25, 35, 50 and 75 values Sale l Price 1

, der case. He was asked:! to tell the Cylinder, Six Passenger Touring Car,

( probable effect of a news storY on thor 1.640. Yards oddments in Laces and Embroideries, Regular values up 4

. public mind, and if the reading o* 1 Prices f.o.b. Orlando. 5000 to 15 cents. Sale Price per yard : C
: such matter in a newspaper wo" H
prejudice the mind of juror. Th I.I All Cars fully equipped with Electric Lights and
t' a Now is the time to buy while buying is good and prices
: editor replied by saving: that if h-I II starter--and every up-to-day equipment. Come ,

f I! were to a juror anything he would he saw pay in no a attention news-- around and see them. I are l low. Don't miss the. opportunity of attending. this big

-' paner. There was a roar, of course Removal Sale.

and the editor then covered him r San Juan Garage Co.

E with glory by sayin that neither .

would he pay any attention to anything -

any lawyer might say, but All Night ServiceAJAX .I
" would be guided alone by the evidenc*

and the law a<} charged by the judge. -- .A. :COt'J": E. JvES.: .
Editor Benjamin at least q"alifi asa J TIRES guaranteed 5000 miles. Five

!: competent juror, and didn't alow! cent off for cash. t
pr
' the lawyers to make a monkey of \ y
" him.

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Butt's are not only the highest grade candies you can i i.

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buy, but the freshest. Made in our clean kitchens, where : Our Removal Sale'is drawing to an end.
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sunshine and fresh air abound. If you give your wife or i : If you have not taken advantage of our
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sweetheart a box of Butt's Chocolates or Caramels she : great :

BEST FLORIDA I
will 'always with smile. Take j
greet you a welcoming onto
MADE CIGAR

her tonight. ; Sold In all dealers 5 Cents 4 4I Shoe Bargains'do 'J

till II I . I . . ,1--v-4? .

I : so at once. You should not let an op-

:; portunity like this go by. '

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Men's 85.00 Florsheim Shoes and Oxfords $3.65 1

1 and I $2.9j. .t

Men's I Howard & Foster $4.50 Shoes and Oxlords

I Orange AvenueMMMMMMMMMMMtMM $333.::: ; .,

I $4.00 Ladies Shoes and Oxfords all Leathers 2 89.

. . MM. . . . . . !I I . . . .. . . . . . ,1..1. . . . . . . . $3.50 Lades Shoes and Oxford all Leathers 269.


I CAR LOAD OF BEEF CATTLE D QJu..uGEB GDallDCDallDC? : ..
I Miss Nina Wray, who spent the Every Pair in the House,
FOR THE PARLOR MARKET |
WADE j holidays with her parents, Dr. and i FAVORITE THEATRE j : '
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j Mrs. Wray, has returned to Maconto I
,* THE TUNER resume her duties as a teacher in Returning from Sumter county yes v e B. E MULE, Manager rI Reduced
ORLANDO FLA. the terday with a car load of beef cattle - J
public schools of that city. : ,
J1" I for the Parlor Market, operated by Matinee 2 P. M. Night 6:30 !
Look for the big advertisement intoday's
H. M. Self & Co., Mr. J. H. Tucker ADMISSION 5 CENTS
I Sentinel of the removal sale t I :
said that he had never seen a finer
Ladies' hair dressing, massage of Marion B. .Ives. It will tell you .D (D <:J) CDaIID lot of beef cattle. The animals have
shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber of a sale that starts Tuesday that Monday's Program :
been fattened on velvet: beans, and
Shop. 1-2-tf :you can not afford to miss. Powers' Great Dramatic Feature! : E. Duckworth- !
I I are in fine condition for slaughter.Mr. .
Archdeacon B. F. Brown is critical. Misses Lou and Mary McIlvaine Tucker says it is almost impossible "The Doctor's Story" :,

ly ill at the Church Home and Hos-will leave this' evening for Washington to buy cattle in Orange county "Animated Weekly" (Universal)

pital. | 1 D. C., to resume their studies, :f now, the supply having been dimin- Weekly Current Events : FEET FITTER

Miss B. Landsman, of New York, '' after spending the holidays with their'' ished to the point of extinction. The Nestor's Roaring Comedy! :

is in Orlando, a guest of the San 1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. McIlvaine,[demand is greater than the supply, "Algy Forfeits the Claim" :, Orlando Florida i ;
on Lucerne Circle. I! ,
Juan. I and the cattle industry bids fair to

The easiest and quickest way toi I Mrs. W. B. Brown and daughter,!'be one of the most profitable in Florida FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH :

1 have your wants supplied is by using 'Miss Winifred, of Oconomowoc: Wis.,' whenever the growers awaken to '

a Sentinel ad. :! !arrived in the city last night from I!:the needs. Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, D. D., pastor. IMMIMMMMIIIMMiiMHMMHMMMMMMMfMM. j

.i Miami. Miss Winifred was enrolled', Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. .R. __ _ n_ _ _ .
Mr. John D. Ramke has returned
last winter in the Cathedral school, NEW DEAN WILL NOT BE i O'Neal, superintendent. J MIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMtMMtMMMMMMHH'Money
from a ten days' visit to relatives in
and has come to resume her studiesin IIERE FOR SERVICES TODAYNo Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. :
Charleston, S. C. I
that institution.L. I Morning discourse, "The Weave of
Mrs. Louis Dyer and daughter, to' Loan
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:
A. Spencer, of Orlando, govern- news has been received from the Time.
from lit, are the
Hoopestown among I ment Indian commissioner, in charge I new dean of the Cathedral, who will Evening sermon, "Inattention an :
late arrivals at the San Juan.
;of the Seminole reservations, returned I':I succeed Dean Gray, which would give Art." :
If you want your business to become to Fort Myers yesterday afternoon, promise that he will reach Orlando in Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. .

the talk of the town, tell it, following several days spent at Everglade -)time to take part in the services to- Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 : Loans in sums of$500 to $3000 j

through the Sentinel j where he attended to official day. As a matter of fact the dean is ;p. m. :

Mr. Chauncey Vogenity, of Lorain, duties.-Fort Myers Press. !II expected to arrive in company with Special music. : on IMPROVED INSlDEproperty for ,

Ohio, left yesterday for Tampa, after* Late Bishop Cameron Mann tomorrow. Visitors and strangers are most j

a few days visit with Jenkins Dolive. market grapefruit assured the for planter April to if July Bo-I i The new dean is the Very Rev. H. R. i cordially invited to worship with us. ; a term of FIVE years. Principaland j

Mrs. C. W. Green returned to Tam went, Florida Standard and Marsh I Remsen: of Kansas .city, Mo. The Seats free. ,: interest in

pa yesterday after a visit to Mrs. T. Seedless varieties. Scd reasonable announcement that Dean Remsen t payable monthly ;

P. Warlow! ; on Americus street. prices for Al stock at Ocklawaha'i'I.I would be here today is misleading, CHRISTIAN ALLIANCE : instalments.4IIIMtMMIIMIIIttMftttttftftllltMllllilMII

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stieful have Nurseries, Tangerine, Fla. Write for I though unintentionally so. t t .

arrived from Ostrander, Miss., and catalog.The Sunday school, 2:30 p. m. j

,expect to spend the winter here. many friends of Mr. Geo. W. "THE GREEN-EYED MONSTER" Preaching, 3:30 and 7:30 p. m.Ladies' : s.AT.A 7

Mr. Carlton Paige, who has been Jenkins, one of Orlando's prominent prayer meeting Wednesday :
"The Green-eyed Monster, or How
spending the holidays with his par- winter residents, who suffered a afternoon. ) ||
Jealousy Destroys Hearts and Home, in the 5th chapter of
Bible study
ents in this city, left yesterday for stroke of apoplexy at his home, 500 .
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I will be Dr. Wray's subject at the Acts Thursday night I..I..I.I.IIII.I.II.I.IIIIII.I" .
Denver, CoLThere's Anderson street, three weeks ago, .
Grand Sunday night. This is the 15th All welcome. :
only one reason for ad- will be greatly pleased to hear of his are
(I sermon of his popular series of ser-I tI
continued improvement.
vertising in the and
newspapers
"Love
mons to young people on CHURCH
that's because you will get the great. Sr. M. de Chantal, the superiorof Courtship and Marriage." CATHOLIC :

eat results for the least money. St. Joseph's academy, has recov- "Swearing Off or New Year's Res- jI I
Sunday school, 9:10 a .m. 4 The PatronsOf
Messrs. H. D. Brown, of New York, ered from a severe illness so far as olutions," his subject at 11 a. m. I
Mass and sermon, 10 a. m.
and Phillip F. Brown, of Petersburg, to be able to leave yesterday after Everybody most cordially invited.
and Benediction, :
sermon
Rosary
Va., arrived in Orlando yesterday and noon on the special for a visit to St. The Sanitary with '
7:30 Grocery were greeted a Great
are stopping at the San Juan.41r. Augustine. During Sr. de Chantal's BOARD OF TRADE NOTES p. m. "I

and Mrs. Luneman and children absence her classes will be charge, I All cordially invited. I, White Way when they entered that place of business

arrived Friday from Iowa and of Sr. Clare. Board of Trade will meet, first
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY I: yesterday, Messrs. Caruthers & Gore issued an order
have located in the Carpenter cottageon Mr. James Magruder and Mr. and meeting in the new year, Monday
South Lake street for the winter.Dr. Mrs. M. J. Daetwiler will leave today! night, in the rooms corner East Pine I, that went into effect with the New Year, that all clerksin
St. Joseph's academy will resume
P. Phillips has gone to Montgomery for Atlanta, where Mr. Magruderwill and Main streets. work Monday at 8:30 a. m. their employ must wear white uniforms.
Ala., to attend a stockholders be married Tuesday evening at 6: The secretary is in receipt of a lot ,

meeting of the Haas-Phillips Produce o'clock to Miss Vorhees. Mrs. J. B.: of the illustrated copies of the Jack-j ;,

company, of which he is president Magruder, mother of the groom, has sonville Metropolis for free distribu- "The Day of Judgment. Bible lec- '

been in Atlanta a week and will wit ture, Lucerne theater Sunday after- :
tion.How '
Ocklawaha Nurseries have the fin ness the ceremony.Mr. about the members of the noon. I'

est strain of pineapple orange trees, C. M. Merriman has just pre board starting out the year with increased - I:

warranted to produce strictly fancy sented to the Sorosis Lib'rary a set of, enthusiasm and loyalty to the OAK LODGE APARTMENT HOUSE I THE SANITARY GROCERY
OPEN to take in and
interests of the board? I roomers light
fruit. Ocklawaha Nurseries
Tangerine twelve volumes, containing the re-: and
housekeepers. Everything new
Fla. Write for catalog.Mr. sages and Papers of the Presidents." J. N. Bradshaw, president; C. E. neat. Corner Church and Osceola. CARUTHERS &

Felix Meyers, the clever repre- This is quite an addition to the library -' Howard, secretary. I l-4-6t GORE

sentative of the Meyers Boot and and the public will now know:
Ocklawaha Nurseries, home of Flor- LOST-Small gold friendship circle, ; Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street
where
Shoe company, Milwaukee, is spend- they can get such valuable in- i
.
ing several in Orlando formation. i icYs best fruit trees, easily reached! between McElroy's drug store andYowell's
days looking -
dry goods store. Date June
from all of Lake Seminole )*
parts Orange, ,
after business. 3 inscribed back. Return to Sen-! f
I i Miss Belle Limerick arrived from on CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
Osceola and Volusia counties by j tinel office and receive reward. it'I
Misses M. F. Harden, and Jacksonville on the Seaboard yesterday -
Mary
auto over hard surfaced roads, most .. Mill t-rfMTM'TMTt'MfttlltlMMIM | . . f .
John Atkinson, and Olive Dye, of the morning to spend the week-end convenient for all planters and most" W. T. ENTRICAN. WI

Cathedral school, have returned from with her mother on North Orange reliable in Florida. Ocklawaha Nur- Makes a specialty of painting, papering '.. . . . MIMMMMMMMHIIMIMIMIMMChristmas . . ...
a holiday trip to Key West, and pointson avenue. She was entertained a: a :
series, Tangerine, Fla. Write for cat- refinishing floors, furniture, etc.
the East Coast. small: informal tea party by Miss alog. i Phone 636. 12-21-lm
Suggestions
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Roberta Branch last evening, and will
Mr. Randolph Howell Cobb, who "The Day of Judgment. Bible lec-
return to Jacksonville: this evening.Mr. LUTHER THE FLORISTCut
has been spending the holidays with ture, Lucerne theater Sunday after-

his parents, Rev. and Mrs. R. P. Cobb, and Mrs. 0. A. Calkins, of Flowers FOR MENBath

will leave today for Sewannee, Tenn., Washington, D. C., who have been
where he will resume his studies in spending a couple of days in Orlando noon.OSTEOPATHY ROSES, VIOLETS

the University of the South. left yesterday to visit points far- CARNATIONS, PANSIES, Robes Full Dress Sets ,
ther south. Mr. Calkins has been in
"The Day of Judgment. Bible lecture House Coats Combination Sets
the government printing office for DR. J. C .HOWELL POTTED PLANTS
Lucerne theater Sunday afternoon Co'lar Tie Racks
several years. They 'were delighted Hours, 10-12.3.5, and by appointment Bags

i with this section, and if the Sentinel No extra charge for house treatment Fancy Vest Traveling Cases

,' "Warman Repairs and Retires Baby surmises aright, another season will Telephone connections COALCHARCOAL

Carriages on Court street. 12-5-tf see them residents of this city. }Office cor. Orange and Central Arcs.] The best line of Neckwear ever brought to Or- ;

-- WOOD- lando.

. Veneer Cores Special lot of Silk Hose at 25C per pair.


For Drugs Phone 20 Seasoned Heart Oak Pine Wood Come and look our stock over.

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

Oriiiiiilu Woiiil'\ Yd) \:
Kodak DeparlmenMVe Develop and Flint Year Film*. ; ) (

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B. W. KINGSLEY, ProprietorPhonr ,

The McElrQY Pharmacy 344 104 W. Pine St. store is .(he home of Harl Schallner & Marx clothes .,
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WHAT? ONE DIVORCE FOR EIGHT FOR. SALE-A good horse. Gus C. FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms, <4 I I I I I G'I 111111.111111.1 MMMMMMM..I 111..1111 .
MARRIAGES IN SAVANNAH I Schultz, Formosa, Fla. 12-2-lm with bath, for light housekeeping. '
0 life thou art a mystery! i 1209 East Jackson St. 12-30-tf | .
And. would that I possessed the keys 'FOR SALE-Seven room house. ,
of Fate Savannah, Ga., Jan. 2.-One divorce Terms to suit Call 500 Anderson FOR RENT-Furnished, 'two Pleas-! -

And so unlock the ponderous doors to every eight marriages was the ratio street. l-3-2t ant bed-rooms, three blocks from

Through which we all must pass to for Savannah during the year ,FOR SALE-New residence, 409 Anderson court house; no children. Inquire at : ....
enter 1913. I I| street. Terms, half down, the Woman's Exchange. 12-31-3t .
What?
i balance two years time. Inquire on
One thousand one hundred and sev:premises afternoons, or E. H. Gore,4I I FOR pleasant, comfortable rooms, in :
Then might I see the wherefore and enty-four couples were married. One Caruthers & Gore Sanitary Grocery, new house, light housekeeping, see .
the why- hundred and forty-four were unmar- ,,6 and 8 E. Pine St. 11-29-lm Mrs. Johnson, Yowell's store. : t
The reason for this act, the worth of 12-31-lw I'.
ried or partly so, by court decrees. J i .
that; [FOR SALE-At a bargain, twentyacre -
For now it seems. that life, itself, is The number of marriages fell below '';: grove; five hundred grapefruittrees FOR RENT-Cosy furnished apartment -I:
vain that of the year before when, fifty tangerine trees, and 750 3 rooms; all conveniences; Finest Line ofSouvenir

And we are here for 1,225 licenses were issued at the ordinary's :I i orange trees. Grove should pay for gas, electric lights, open fireplace; : .
What? itself in two years. Address P. 0. very home-like. Apply 217 RobinsonAve. I
office. The number of licenses,Box 105, Orlando, Fla. East. 12-31-3t,' China
Why is it so that those issued in 1913 was ten more than in i 12-18-d&w-tf ,:
In whom the seeds of greatness are, 1911. FOR RENT-New furnished rooms in I
already sown I IFOR SALE OR RENT-With stock new modern home; every convenience I Ever in Orlando
Must leave this wondrous world I I I and tools, best farm in county; va- ; kitchenette if desired; reason-:
And enter into that. which offers "B. F. Alley, we understand, will in riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- able. 14 E. Amelia avenue, next door I
What? the near future put up a mill here to-date buildings, etc. Box 144, Or-. to the Wyoming. 12-1.tf.:
,lando J. Van .
for the making of doors, frames, win- Buskirk. 12-21-tf _
While we, with aching hearts are left
alone dow casings and other building mate-I FOR REN1 MISCELLANEOUS I II McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
To battle on in Life's unending fight; rial. The mill will be quite an addi- I

And when, at last, we reach a resting tion to business here, and help in the
place, FOR RENT-Furnished seven-room, DRESSMAKING at 307 E. Pine St.j j'I '
We stand and look on work of building up the town, says, house. Call at Sentinel. 12-14-ti 12.12.1m
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Wherein our worthless deeds are- all .

O'ershadowed portrayed by the mighthavebeens TO SELL
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And then with; shame-bowed heads we PEOPLE'S WANTS .. Door to Evan's Jewelry Store


What?think of MUNNIMAKERS i ; Four modern California Bunga- | .


We think of those who left us in their Notices of Lost Wanted. For Sale For lows now in construction. ; *,
youth, Rent etc.. for this column. Eve for one day, ; ,
Who would have left no ghosts of 50c for three days, or $1.00for one week for I
i) words or lees. Money must accompany
might-have-beens; the advertisements for this column as no :
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But let us question not I I
That mighty force to which we all Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles,
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on Court street. 12-5-tf signet ring, with monogram -
But overcome what obstacles we may, rent. 202 East Robinson Ave. \ "R. S. Y." Return to this !
And at the end we enter into- FOR SALE-New $15 dressmakingform !office and receive reward. 1-4-lt
EIGHT-ROOM furnished house (L
What? ; gas
for $8. Call 218 Ridgewoodavenue tl'I"'II'I.e'IIIIIIII'III'I
-Sophie d'E. Picot. and electric lights. 205 E. Robinson WANTED IIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIII""Kill
mornings. 1-3-tf good woman for cook :
avenue, on Lake Eola. 12-23-tf i and general house
work. Call 111 I

18-YEAR-OLD GIRL IIELD FOR SALE-A good pointer dog. FOR RENT-Furnished rooms in new Hill rest avenue. 1.3-3t : the Chill" I IAll
FOR KILLING FATHER A. R. Merrill, at South Florida
house just completed also light
Foundry. l-2-3t ; WANTED-A white girl for general <:
housekeeping. 604 Magnolia avenue.
housework '
; small family, good :
Pensacola, Fla., Jan. 2.-Miss Ma FOR SALE-Good, sound, gentle' 12-31-lw wages. Apply West, street, opposite !, indications point toward a cold winter
mie Wages, the 18-year-old girl who pony; either saddle or buggy. H. FOR RENT-One to four rooms for Glenwood apartments. l-4-3t : -

shot and killed her father Tuesday,M.12-30-3t Self, Parlor ,Market, Pine street.] light housekeeping. Apply 0. Q. )WANTED-Good cook who will do I this ,year and the best way to be comfortable

night at their :,ome six miles from I Nickerson, 1002 Atlanta Ave. 1-4-lt laundry work. Small family, good :
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Opp, is now held in jail in Andalu. FOR SALE-Cheapest lot in Orlando,' wages.Maitland.Apply Box Mrs. John McCulloch, on cold mornings and eveningsor
FOR RENT-Furnished house, ten 103. 1-4-lt :
sia, where she was taken by officers, 50xl50/ronting on Palmer avenue,
rooms and sleeping porch; centrally WANTED-Ladies during the day in ypoffice is have
who investigated the shooting. Some one-half mile from postoffice. Price located suitable for either bring your comb- : to a
one or
$225 cash. Hugh C. Allen. 12-31-5t ; ings and cut hair to 305 Garland I
claim the killing was accidental, but two families. Address F. G. Rush street. We will make them desired '
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Miss Wages has refused to discuss it, FOR SALE-Cabbage palmetto, live i City. 11-26-tf or purchase same for cash. : REZNOR GA S HEATER

and reliable information is that a sen-I oaks, an'd water oaks, at Osceola I FOR RENT-A new 6-room cottage, Nickolas & Nickolas. 12-30-1m
Winetr Park road
sational statement will be made by Wigwam. Sign on completely furnished from table
half way marks road. LOST-Gold cuff link, with initial"B They are cheap to buy and
the young woman when she is ar linen up. Walter W. Rose, Real Estate very economical
office Curtis & O'Neal's, somewhere on the Orlando
over
raigned. She-will be given a preliminary FOR SALE streets Monday. found, leave at the 3 6 hour
to cents
next to P. 0. Phone 555. 1-3-tf an according to the
hearing before a justice of the Good property; 40 acres little northof i __ Sentinel office, and receive reward of11tf
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this afternoon and itI I Orlando, on beautiful lake. Young' $1.00._ __ __ I size-and the cleanest
peace at Opp budded grove, bearing; good dwelling. FOR RENT-Newly furnished rooms, are and most con-
is expected she will then give her ver- :I The ideal place for poultry and dairy: and board; all\ conveniences; large NOTICE
sion of the affair. She has not employed farm-good range plenty room, good I veranda; nicely kept grounds; noth- Notice is hereby given that the venient heating made. No wood, ashes or
counsel to defend her. milk trade established. Will sell stock ing better for the money in Florida; regular stockholders meeting of the
with place. Box 34, Route 2, Orlando, near in. 205 Magnolia Ave. 1- -6tII Stelberlou Land Company will be held oil to carry just turn the valve and strikea
Fla. 12-15-lm I in the office of Dickinson & Dickinson -
A manual training department is to FOR RENT-Two-room apartment, a tOrlando, Florida, at 10 o'clocka. match. .
be added to the St. Augustine high FOR SALE II the last one; kitchen cabinet, gas m., January 12th, 1914.C. .
I I An artistic and beautiful home front and entrance P.
and graded school. The new course ; I I range, rear large DICKINSON,
modern and complete in every partic- wood heater in sitting room; all
will installed and in operation in:'I ular. Seven large rooms and bath; screened. 14V.. Livingston. Call NOTICE
the near future. This will place the!immense closets. Screened sleepingand owner, 301 E. Livingston. Rent rea The books for the registration of

St Augustine school on a par with rear porches; ten-foot veranda sonable. 1-4-lt voters in Orange county will he ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT
other educational institu across entire front. A few bearing opened in my office at the Court m.
4 up-to-date I trees, flowers and shrubbery. New FOR RENT-Large, well furnished House on Monday, January 5th, 1914,
tions.If and near in, fine location. I room to persons wishing suburban and will be kept open six days in
I II 1 I Any one desiring an ideal home,J I accommodations; also 2 acres good each week, until the first Monday in Gas Department
I{,,address truck land, close in. Good opportu- March, 1914.
want the need
you news you OWNER, P. O. Box 495. nity for right person. Address A," W. L. DOLIVE,
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I : . goods at the lowest prices consistent for good merchandise. :..;. '


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assortment of high-grade Furniture, and to serve you more ;. :',;'

satisfactorily than in the past. ;


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GEORGE C MARTIN MAY BE perintendent Let every member of .. . .. . ... . .. . . .. ... . .. .. .. . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .. .. . .. .'

'' CANDIDATE FOR SENATE THE PLACES OF WORSHIP the school be in his place.

Young People's meeting at 6:30p.

Cot George C. Martin, of Brooks- ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRAL ] m. (in. Tea and Rest Hail); Mr.

The Very Rev. Campbell Gray, J Reid, president. ,
yule, will probably become a candi- Eugene
date for the United States senate I dean. The Juniors will meet at 3 o'clock. W. M. SLEMONS
Second Sunday after Christmas.
says the Florida Metropolis It is Watch the papers for announce-

believed that Col. Martin's probable Holy Eucharist, 7:30 a. m. ]ments of the Tupper meetings.

Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.
much of its inspiration
candidacy finds
from from whereoa rumor Morning prayer, 10:30 o'clock. METHODIST CHURCH I I
Tampa Holy Eucharist and sermon 11 a.m. (At the Grand) I New Goods Arriving Daily
, 4 has been persistent for some timethat
Choral evensong and sermon, 7:30p. J. E. Wray, pastor.
Richmond would soon en- !
a new m. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.; C. E.
ter the senatorial arena.
Canon R. P. Cobb will preach in the :Howard, superintendent. I
Cot Martin, so it is learned, has
morning and Dean Gray in the even- "Swearing Off, or New Year's Resolution -I
demand in Her-
received widespread ," Dr. Wray's subject at 11 :
and counties for his ing.There
nando adjacent
will be the early Celebration,I;a. m. Sacrament of the Lord's Sup-i
to take form. That CoL
candidacy on not usually provided on the first Sun- We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
Martin will consent to make the run per.Epworth I
day. League at 6:45 p. m.; J.
has not as yet been ascertained, but made by Schlosi Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
Through the week the daily Eucha- N. Burden, president. I
his friends in Brooksville and over the
of his ability and rist at 7 a. m. Tuesday being the "The Green-eyed Monster, or How' Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's* Table Linen and Towels.
state are so sure Feast of the Epiphany, there will be'.Jealousy Wrecks Hearts and Homes," o

fitness for the place and so confident a second Celebration at 10 a. m., at:i Dr. Wray's subject at 7:30 p. m. Thisis Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr DQ" Goods from II. H. Cladin & Co. Y
that he is the "man of the hour" in I
which service the Women's Auxiliary ii sermon No. 15 of the popular series
the coming contest for a seat in the ;i & Co. Best place in the city to trade.
will observe the Corporate Communion to young people on "Love, Courtship
United States senate, that they can | "
and will hold their annual meeting; and Marriage.
his with the assurance .
present name
immediately afterward. This festival | Special music by choir at both
that he will accept the call to duty .
marks the 21st anniversary of Bishop!1 preaching services. Solo by Miss

and make a successful campaign. Gray's coming to southern Florida, Potter of the Lake City college at W. M. SLEMONSORANGE
CoL Martin has been an active citizen -
and is also the 9th anniversary of: 1 the evening service.
of the state, participating prominently I
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Dean Gray's ordination to the priest! Everybody most cordially invited.
and effectively in its political
hood. AVENUEMMMlMIMIIllMMMMMIIiiMMMMMMIU I
affairs for more than twenty-five I UNITARIAN CHURCH
The regular monthly meeting of the1Vomdn's
years, and has enjoyed a large and I (Corner Central Avc. and West St.) ; .
.. Auxiliary will be held on -M.. ,. ,1..'......
lucrative practice. He was a presi- Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister.
Monday afternoon at 3:30 a meeting
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i of the Junior Daughters Thursdayat I
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ticket for a number of years. Church service at 11 o'clock. Sub-.
:, 4:30 p. m., and, choir practice at MEETING, STATE BANK
"While his candidacy will receive ject of morning sermon, "Jesus and
strong support in several south Florida t 7:30 p. m. on Friday. the Social Problem." The annual meeting of the stock

counties, his entry into the race FIRST BAPTIST- CHURCHRev. Poetry hour Monday morning at 10 holders of The State Bank of Orlando H MARKETOf I
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would not necessarily change the as- o'clock. will be held in the directors' room on

Edward T. Poulson_ D. D., first Tuesday in January, 1914, at
pect of the contest between the principals I Unity Circle on Wednesday after

Messrs. Fletcher and Stock- pastor. I noon at 3 o'clock. Subject for the four o'clock p. m. Cleanliness i Of QualityFRESH
Rev. Dr. Tupper, who is to assist LOUIS C. MASSEY, President.
ton, ventured a prominent state pol afternoon, "Other Religions," by Mis
the pastor in a two weeks' meeting
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... iti'ian. Gordon. AND SALT
will be' in the pulpit at both services.At ---- MEATS
First meeting of "The Round Ta-
10:45 a. m. his subject will be: What warm showers are to grow
TUPPER AT BAPTIST CHURCH ble" on Wednesday evening at 7:30 FISH AND GAME
"Some Characteristics of an Apos- ing plants, Sentinel classified ads. are

tolic Church. Miss Edith Davis Subject for the evening, "The Indus to a growing business. They foster under the best sanitary conditions.
Kept
The Tupper meetings at the Baptist trial Revolution."
Potter, of Columbia College, has ousiness growth by bringing the ad-

church will open Sunday morning. kindly consented to sing at the morn- Story hour and folk dancing for vertiser's offerings to the attention of Everything screened away from the flies and kept fresh m
Come early Sunday night if wanta the children, Saturday afternoon at
you ing service "My\ Redeemer and My hundreds of buying Orlandoites and

good seat. Doors open at 6:45. Lord," by Dudley'Buck.In 3 o'clock, Mrs. Stanley leader. visitors. These little ads. go into the and pure.

The ushers have large number, of
a the evening (7:30)) Dr. Tupper's CHRISTIAN CHURCH SERVICESRev. homes in the morning and get hold of 1 We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
+ extra chairs for use at all the eveningservices.
subject will be: "A Memorable Even the man or the woman with gripping
during the week. A. M. Chisholm will preach eeC>thing in the Meat Line
ing Interview." Mrs. Nutter will interest which makes that resultful
next Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock,
Tupper is the men's man-he hits
sing Geibei's "0, Great Messiah, 0 impression so much sought by adver-
in the home of Mr. Jacob Hassler.
from the shoulder. You'lllike
"square
tisers. It is ,imost invariable rule
Saviour King. Inspiring song ser- an
him. East Church street. Sunday, two The PARLOR MARKETH.
vice led by the choir. for Sentinel want ads. to bring re-
weeks ago, there was a splendid ser-
Dr. Tupper will preach night plies.
every vice. A cordial welcome is extendei.
GOOD WORK. during the coming week. All seats
to all. The ''important element of time M. Self & Co.
are free, and the ushers will do their .
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Business cards, circulars note best to take care of the hundreds who The Daltona Lodge of Elks heM
because they bring the quickest }17 PINE STREET
and letter heads statements booklets
will want to hear this great preacher. open house on Christmas day for visitors -
results. The small cost, also, is an
and catalogs, invitations and Doors open at 6:45. and local members. New i
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AT,TIME OF PURCHASE EACH PURCHASER WILL BE ENTITLED TO A TICKET FOR EACH FIVE ACRE TRACT PURCHASED ON WHICH HE WILL WRITE 0


HIS NAME AND ON THE DAY DESIGNATED PURCHASERS WILL DROP THE TICKETS ALL INTO A HAT AND SELECT SOME ONE TO DRAW OUT ONE.


THE NAME ON THE TICKET FIRST DRAWN OUT WILL RECEIVE A DEED FOR THE FIVE ACRE TRACT AND HOUSE ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE.ON .


THE DAY OF DRAWING.A PUBLIC PICNIC WILL BE HELD ON THE BANKS OF ONE OF THE BEAUTIFUL LAKES NEAR THE LAND. THE WINTER -


HOME PROPOSITION IS SITUATED IN ORANGE COUNTY IN THE MIDST OF THE MOST ATTRACTIVE LAKE REGION IN FLORIDA. THE LAND IS ,

FIRST CLASS CITRUS LAND, AND ON ACCOUNT OF THE LARGE LAKES THE LOCALITY IS NEARLY FROST PROOF./



Terms of Sale: $50.00 cash at time of sale; balance $10.00 per month until paid; at which time a warranty deed will be givenWE



OWN THIS TRACT*AND PURCHASERS NEED NOT WAIT FOR THE RELEASE OF MORTGAGES AND THE WRAPPINGS OF RED TAPE INCIDENT

1J TO THE AVERAGE COLONIZATION SCHEME. ,


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Interested parties by addressing a card to D. B. SPHALER, Taft; will be met at that station by auto and carried


WINTER HOME and returned to Taft in time for the 7:45 evening train.

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ya g&JPBoJARDVEGETABLE Italian Postal Official."A .
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postofflce order was awaiting me

In the postoth'ce of a small Italian village

a add OMELETS.LUNCHEON ." writes a correspondent of the
Hints k os (% .. .. .. .. .a .c. . ... .1. . Cologne Gazette. "I could see the

i : MENU. pleasant little document lying on the I,1'Is es- ; ) I Ir

Minced Cnkken. counter, so I ;gave my name and askedfor
64. A penny saved i.a U
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Tomato Omelet. the .
T, penny earned.- : Potatoes Hashed and Browned.Muffins. official money."The however, remarked thai y r; .. k

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il Benjamin Franklin. Cream Cheese. that wouldn't do. Ah," thought I. 'be

Ar Crackers. wants some proof of identity' so I

: Iced Tea rummaged among my pa|>ersand fetched

... e. ee . e .eeee. e.. eeOMELETS . . out my military service paper.

CERTAIN young woman whoIs -That is no good at all: said the
in which herbs or vege
A fortunate enough: to bare: official .bt.<'uu e'But after the 'be < ,
1A ingredients are quicklyand \
much leisure time at her command V cause he stuck The words: refused to ,
easily made and often in an
come out and he merely assumed 'Ull
in addition, is
and possessed emergency will give a touch of noveltyto
icy official demeanor 'Ah.; thought I.
kind heart,
of an exceedingly: an otherwise commonplace meal.
'be can't read the German of my service :
bag evolved a new way of consuming Almost any cold vegetables may 1* t.t" huiL -
paper so I went away and draggedin
a portion of the first wit the entire used for the omelets.
my innkeeper and be swore with amighty
approval of the second of these. She Parsley Omelets. -Take four eggs
oath that I was so and so.
friends about it re- break them into a bowl with four tablespoonfuls -
was telling; some : ** That i is no good at all." was all the
cently. They had missed her from : of cold water and beat until 11hay
man behind the counter vouchsafed
asked for explanation. light Mix with two tablespoonfuls of
their circles and an
though; be said it with a smile. So I
chopped parsley. Put one teaspoonfulof :
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-Well, girls* she said, "there really drippings or butter into a frying: proofs of my identity-a passport ;:

isn't much to explain. Some time ago pan and when hot pour in the eggs. an authenticated copy of a rerun L
With a fork or spatula lift the edges so
I visited a friend in the hospital several
rate of nationality and finally even a
times. I spent some time with her that the thin portions will run underneath I xy "'
letter from au Italian relative Surelythe ,
each day, and 1 noticed witb surprisebow and fry until the eggs are set.
postolhVe man would be able to
TilE DAY OF JUDGMENT.Mr. .
many sufferers there were who shaking the pan quite often.A read them."That 6

had no one come to Sloe them. They Homely Vegetable. Is no ;good at all., he said

were probably persons in a strange Glenn G. Smith, of Tampa, Cabbage Omelet.-Take a small boiled witb another of his pleasant smiles

tity when taken ill or they had no relatives will deliver a lecture on the above cabbage; which has been allowed to after be had read them adding that

and their friends neglected them subject at the Lucerne theater on become cold and chop finely Add a be was very, very sorry Naturally I

*I felt terribly sorry for them, lying Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Thtsis tablespoonful of melted butter and got angry: at this and abused him as h. N:Y.r W.w NY? ; ( i;; !:

1' there lonely and almost forsaken, especially the second of the series being con- season with pepper) and salt. Stir in well as a limited acquaintance with yrANry:: wMN4w 1) > j r
at a time when they stood most three beaten eggs and a half cupful of foreign terms of abuse would permit.
ducted in Orlando under the
auspicesof .
Accordingly
in need of friendly attentions. cream. Melt a large: tablespoonful of *"Th.it ino: good at nil' he said. '

: I asked the head nurse if I the International Bible Students butter in an omelet pan and turn the I with another of his smiles, as be rattled '., .,Aka h. r 4, ;::. .:' :' "','.::' ."." ., \.,.,.',./::

might come at the regular: visiting time Association.. The generalview ofj mixture into it. Stir till brown and the shutter across the piseou hole yyy w .* : <'. ). .
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and visit one of the friendless patients the day of judgment as compared then turn out into a hot dish. Next morning I returned to the chargeonly ::.. "i : ;(
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each day, reading to them, or chatting, with the Bible teachings on this sub Potato Omelet-This may be made to see the shutter fly across again :; :t,

just as they preferred. I explainedthat with cold creamed potato. If you
ject will be presnted from the stand- The dIYfter the same thing; happened ':
I did not want: my visit to be regarded have some left over put it into the frying Rut on the third day 1 broughtthe

like that of a charity officer, point of a Bible student. People of pan witb a teaspoonful of butter.a burgomaster witb me.: I came prepared

but rather, I wanted each patient to all time have thonght of and discussed little grated onion and heat through, to have it out with the Italian;

feel it was more peaceful than that; I this great subject, and thereare stirring all the time. Heat three eggs poxtoffice. What was my astonishmentwhen

wanted to visit one person each visitIng many different opinions regarding with two tablespoonfuls of cold water I saw the clerk waiting i : for mebehind ;; i ? iif0trl' !

day and devote the time to that it. Mr. Smith will use no other until well mixed and pour over the the open shutter, with a band

person alone and not hustle throughand potatoes. Fry the same as an ordinary ful of small coins, which he countedout
reference than God's Word
see how many I could see in one anti omelet lifting the edge with knife un- to me winding: up with a fasclnat 'j,..', ., \.,,.,

visit. That. It has seemed to me. is people of all denominations are invited til done. Fold over and serve with lug smile as he said. 'Don't you see. it' &i '

always the trouble with general hospital to be present. As with all chopped parsley. yesterday and the day before I hadn't :..'>'."..I.'". ..: ..'" .w' I i' ,tY L., "( f, "

\biting.The other lectures conducted under the "f1 < .' 1 '; ..,:
With Canned Vegetables. enough money. .:.I'j ... ..j: /4..w. ..".: 'i. .:.; j* ?.* ; '" ,,' ?\* i \
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to come on every visiting; day and read will be free and no collection will scald and skin them Melt a MYSTERY OF LEPROSY.

or chat with those who were convales be taken up.NEGOTIATE. small piece of butter in a saucepan to The Biggest Play of our Time ought and Paid For," by George
fin;:. Accordingly I have gone at least which add a telsl'oonfule:1eb of chopped
twice each week and It has delightedme onion and chopped parsley. Season And the Treatment Its Victims Received Brcadhurst. Orlando Opera House, Monday Night, January 5th, 1914.

beyond words to see how pleasedthe ] TIIOSE with pepper and salt put in the In the Middle Ages.

patients ,were to receive me. Moreover LOTS YOU OWN! tomatoes stir them around and lei Why leprosy mirs in certain placesand

1 must say that I felt myself as! them remain in the hot butter for two not in others is: one of the mrs

If I were doing a lot of good in the If you are "just holding them fora or three minutes. Turn out the mix cries of IlIt'tlidlle In the early t entu

world. Perhaps I felt that I was doing; good market," why not test themarketlow ture and sot it aside till quite cold ties of the Christian era it spread allover ir\; -- Electrically

more than I really was accomplishing! and then with a small Heat three eggs and stir in the cold Dirope l\pry city had its leper;

but the"feeling is a very nice one. just of classified in tomatoes. Plate a lump of butter ink house For no cause that any one can Equipped!
campaign advertising
assign it liesan to lisipKiar; | early in
the same. and when it Is hot In
frying pan pour
the Sentinel? That's the easiest, the sixteenth eiitury.. and Europe s oii
the tire until
the mixture. Leave it over
safest to find out whento numbered its lazarettos by thou
cheapest, way empty
hold
and then
HOW TO CARE FOR TIRE. the edges: are firm, '
sands. Climate has no influence on
sell. the pan in front of the fire till it rise
- the disease for when it left the most
Timely Hints Which Are likely' to to the top. Serve it at once.
of Europe it persisted in Norway. Ice

Prove Money Savers. I Wagner's Second Marriage laud. Spain and the i islands of the Metliterranean ,

Remember that new tire carried on I The Paris Weekly Revue relates AfAAl.j 4rJr In Asia it is to be found

the side of the car if not protected from letters hitherto.; unpublished\ the 7 from India to Siberia, and no part ot S--O- ciL.

from the sunlightjwill: quietly oxidize exciting: story of \\ n..r's second mar.rial' Africa is free from it

crack and become quite worthless ; All the world knows that he That leprosy can be planted in new

A new tire should preferably 1* put married after the necessary divorce territory is shown most pointedly! in Two Sixty Standard Model

Into service a little while until the the wife of Hans von Uulow. but all r the terrible! experience of Hawaii The ever greatest achieved.motorcycle 7 H, P. value TuintquipDcd

cover bag been soiled. It will then the world does not know that there CHENUPBOARD which was free from the disease until ; with Electric Head I.i.ht. Flertrie Tail Li'jM. Flettr'tt S;,nal,
two Seta Stori Bdtterir and Corbin-Brown Rear Drin
e Speedometer.
rot deteriorate near so quickly. It h was a rival applicant for his he-art and about ISTiO.: when the Chinese brought Price 1260.00. See Catalog for detailed dncriplioa.

better, however to have a cover for hand. This was Mdlwine Sthuorr. the it tht're.ow Molokai is a name to

eitra tires. singer who had ji>t created the part make men shudder.

Do not store them away In a warm of I Isolde in his "Tristan," and the FRUIT SHERBETS. In the middle ages: it was the cus ( /; MOTOCYCLESiauii

place for any great length of time. cause of Malwine Scbnorr was championed tom to consider a man dead wheneverhe # /y

'Light; or heat will cause the sulphur to by another artiste named tai S IIERBETS are delicious hot weather was found to have leprosy His (
fruil FOR 1914
with
desserts made
come to the surface' and make the dore de Ueuter. who announced herself heirs divided his property a funeral I

cover minutely porous. After this oil as a prophetess charged witb adivine juices water and sugar. A tablespoonful service was said for him and a shovel

dation takes place the nerve fiber of message; to the musician. The of gelatin soaked In cold ful of earth thrown after him as he 60,000() brand new red machines will go out over the Indian

the rubber Is destroyed and naturallythe message was to the effect that Wagner added water to until the it water is dissolved used in making and then the walked to his living grave in the leper trails during the coming 'ear-the greatest motorcycle production

durability is greatly impaired must marry Malwice and must at the sherbet the texture of the house. The world is kinder now. but in the history of the industry. '
improves
A dark dry room at a temperatureof the king of Bavaria knows no treatment for this scourge
time persuade
same lea Some persons add the white of an They will flash forth fully armed with "Thirty-Eight Betterments
40 to 50 decrees is most favorable Isidore herself Wagner which is much more effective.-St Lou-
to
marry egg beaten stiff, stirring it in after thesherbet for 19141" Armed with and beautiful Electrical
for retarding cbem::'%ll action In the tells the story of his embarrassment IbUepu! bile. powerful

robber and the "friction" stock on the. In a letter to his friend. Auguste; : is partially frozen. Equipment! Armed with a New Standard of Value which must

fabric layers. Roecker. and it appears that he only Simple Desserts. A Fair Jury. completely overturn all existing ideas of motorcycle worth.
Watermelon Sherbl't.Iake a lemon
succeeded In peacefully marrying the: ice with less water than usual and add In a suit some years ago between All standard Indian models for 1914 come equipped with electric
How to Read French Menus. of his choice after the king had. father and son before an Indiana
cards and cookbooks lady the crushed pulp of watermelon .\ head light, electric tail light, two sets high amperage storage bat
Many menu of the the sextet comprising -
the two other justice peace
her expelled
at request
contain foreign words and the follow- ladies from his dominions. little grain juice gives a delightful; flavor the jury.came in after three hours teries, electric signal, Corbin Brown rear-drive speedometer.You .

lag explanations will be helpful: Cafe. if added when freezing. deliberation with the following im- cannot fully realize the 1914 Indian without I thorough study of the 1914

coffee; demitasse, after dinner cup; Rhubarb Sherbet-Take twelve rhu (Hirtlal"t.'rdict: "We the jury, agreeto : Indian Catalog. It makes plain a host of compelling Indian facts that all motor

frappe semi or half frozen; fricassee Thin Glass and Thick. minutes 1 find judgment; for neither plaintiff cycle-interested men can consider to their real profit Send for the 1914 India*
Glass is a substance that we cannotfigure CaUlof-the most interesting volume of motorcycle literature you're read.
stew; fromage. cheese:, glace frozen; I nor defendant and find that each pay ever
the strength; of as we can a this fruitjuice
Freeze
cafe fait coffee with milk neufchatel t cupfuls of sugar. It is said the verdict
au ; half the costs.
whichwe The 1914 line of Indian consists of
great many other things with as usual.: Just before removingthe Motocycle :
a soft Swiss cheese; parmesan.an struck every one as being so unusuallyfair
are familiar. It varies greatly in dasher from the freezer add one 4 H.P. Single Service Model...... ....... ..... ...........$200.00
Italian cheese; timbale: pie crust that even the parties to the action
Itself. The strongest: glass, as a rule, cupful of chopped raisins. 7 H.P Twin Two-TwentyFive, Regular Model. .. ... ... 225.00
baked In mold! ; croutons bread: toastedin breaks Into the greatest number of were satisfied.-Case and Comment 7 H.P. Twin Two-Sixty, Standard Model................. 260.00

squares and used for soup and In Comparing the strength of Served I In Glasses. 7 H.P. Twin Light Roadster Model..................... 260.00 ,

garnishing; bouillon a clear broth usually fragments. the former is relatively Grape Sherbet-Take a pint of water Both Were Riding Lose.A 7 H.P. Twin Two Speed, Regular Model................. 275.00
thin with thick,
of beef; au gratin dishes baked, glass is thins and In it boil one-half pound of story of "pulling." A dying Jockey 7 H.P. Twin Two Speed, Tourist Standard Model.... ... 300.00
This
prepared with cheese; menu bill of the stronger. a sugar and a teaspoonful of chopped commending his son to the gods that 7 H.P. Twin Hendee Special Model (with Electric Starter) 325.00

fare; puree, ingredients rubbed through very often lost sight of. Then again l l mon rind for five minutes. Strain govern racing added as a parting moni- Prictt F.O.B. Factory
to the difference between rough;
sieve usually the term given a thick as and when cool add the juice of one tion: -Never talk my boy. I talked

strained soup; tutU fruittl. various plate and polished plate we find polIshed lemon. a half pint of grape juice and once: too often. 'T was riding a match Orlando Fla.
plate the stronger.; This is perhaps C. R. Hilpert Agent.
kinds of chopped fruit: consomme the white of an egg.; When 'cold with J.. and we were neck and neck. ,
be attributed to the fact th.itall
clear soup; Jus. gravy or juice of to freeze. Serve in sherbet glasses. 'You needn't ride so hard, I said; 'I'm
hair cracksare
these fine surface
meats. very Peach Sherbet Take a quart of not going to win.' 'Oh. aren't you?" be
polished out. These only 'go lnt
peach pulp a cup of orange juice the said whereupon he fell off his horse

Pillow Cover Costing Nothing. the glass to a certain depth and when Juice of a lemon a cupful and a half and 1 bad to win."-London Nation.

Any girl who has an embroidered they are nil or nearly all polished and of sugar.! Mix and freeze. _!l___ ii t

waist which is worn at the neck and ground: off there is less chance for Cooling Confections. Sure.It "
h some of them to form the basis of a r
sleeves can make a pretty pillow cover Lemon Sherbet-Take four cupful was the third day at sea. and the
therein the is increased
crack, and glass
for her bedroom. First cut the frontto of water two cupfuls of sugar, three Boston man wbo sat next to the Chi
Tests hate l Ilt'l'n made
fit the pillow, and then utilize the iu strength quarters of a cupful of lemon juice CTCO man in the diner of the steamer llammond&Qore
formulae have ln-en arrivedat.
back of the waist for the other side of and some the whites of two eggs. Make a sirup was sick and irritable.
he 'tel. they show
As was to expe
the pillow. The waist of course by boiling the water and sugar; together ; "Why do you l ot! your food in that ,
should be one that buttons In the back very irregular results as to the strength; for twenty minutes. Add the lemon manner?" asked the Boston man as hewatched : FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.

eo the same buttons and buttonholes of glass.\ Juice, cool, strain and freeze. When the Chicago man eat -- -- - -- -
may be used to fasten the back of the frozen add the beaten whites of thee "To keep it down. replied the Chi -- - PRICES
Who Do Not Count. LOW
pillow. It takes almost no time to Women and stir well to incorporate them capo manSt.. Louis Post-Dispatch. REAL VALUES
the The female of the sMt-ies[ in Montenegro ;
make as practically only sewing with the sherbet -

to be done is the sewing up of the Is chiefly a Insist of burden. Ilei Pineapple Sherbet, This may be Norway's Climate. COMPARE
of her ws
status is low on account
teams.! made with fresh! or canned pineappleTake The average length of life Is greaterIn
It matters not that ,slii bears men: she
a can of grated pineapple one Norway than in other country
any
White of Stiff.It does not bear the rifle and Is not therefore OUR FURNITUREWe
How to Keep Egg
and one-half pints of sugar one andonehalf This i is attributed to the fact that thetemperature
has: happened to most: cooks at a fighting: unit. She is, In fact tlhleJo'nflll of gelatin, the is cool and uniform

some time or other that after beating Introduced to the world with an apol juice of two lemons. Dissolve the throughout the year. provide the quality of furniture that has long
whites of to a stiff froth If they ogy.: A man will announce the birtf the
eggs gelatin in a little cold water then add knowing furniture buyers as
; ----- been accepted by
have to wait a little while they have of a daughter to his friends with thE
of boiling water. Let it is here it is good.
: to it one pint An Old Story. standard of merit. If an article
words "Comrades excuse me-a ,girl.
fallen down again. To remedy this
cool then pour one pint of cold water "Did that palmist tell yon the truth wouldn't be here were it otherwise. "e can't make
the It
populationwas
put a pinch of cream of tartar into the Until thirty years ago: and strain througha
over the pineapple about yoursvlfr"Yes. of the foundation stones
counted manyrifles"- clear-it is one
whites while whipping and they will only as so also this point too

retain their stiffness as long as neces that walled is! villages to say supposing to contain one'JOO of men the the sieve.yolks Add of four sugar; eggs and for lemons pink: gelatin that for. but years.-Birmingham my wife has been AgeHeraid. doing of this business, and that means much to any buyer.

wry. and only the whites of the eggs
each with his "handjar" and rifle; 20

How to Heat the Curling Iron. women. 300 children: with forty lust, : like when ice you cream.'kAl use. white gelatin.: Freeze Signs. 1cNEILL: & DAVIS BLOCK,

In case of great necessity, when you boys of whom thirty were able tf

do not possess an alcohol lamp yon shoot and had gums and say.: sixty fllm'n ! "Certainly when they are to let peepie -
and then that place would f I '
women
may heat your curling Iron by holding kpow what business you are in."- JEco
it under boiling hot water for a few be said to have 'J30 inhabitants non - --

ccondj. fighters going: ; uncounted.-"Peeps iii Baltimore American. kD _ -j .

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Motor 41-4x5 14four cylinders, cat in pairs; unit power plant; cone clutch; selective type transmission 0 Fried Egg Plant Asparagus Tips
German silver "V" shaped radiator, square tu-J type; Stromberg carburetor; full bating rear Steamed Rice Mashed Potatoes Sliced Yams
axle.; New Departure bearings; tires, 35x4 1-2; improved Delco electric starting, lighting and ignition Boston Brown Bread
21 gallons, tank earned at rear, pressure feed; Standard demountable rims;
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A petition is being circulated in Great improvements are plannedfor ; Dr. BucKmaster
New Smyrna for a bond election for the park in Manatee in the near .
$40,000 with which to build a new future. I.I..IIIIIII..
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In Orlando, according to report,the to the Gulf Coast Some of the up-stairs. Acute and chronic MMMMMMMM
advice to "shop early" has given the logs weighed 25 tons and required a diseases treated.Telephone .
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shopping, not only began early, but veneering mills at Louisville, Ky. OrlandoWater
kept up late, and it is said that with:
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merchants claim to have surpassedany Co
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previous year in the amount of For This Week .
Christhas business. There were a
few disagreeable days, recently, but
the month, up to a few days ago, was Electricity .

Union.most pleasant all-over Florida.Times I. 21( Per Cent Off on III II Gas Water Ice.


The Advent Christian denomination
oponed an orphanage on their prop- Wash Materials
erty at Dowling Park the past week. Office:---No. 18 West Central Avenue
beautiful tract of
These people have a
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gSSES & DUNN
on which they have erected and are : HAIILTd Telephone No. 6MIMMIMIMIH

equipping a large orphanage building, "
located on a pleasing site. Five

bright girls, were children received, two on boys the and first three day. Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;" ;" " " " " ,::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::

This speaks well for the movementand Patterns
marks it a success from the start. :.
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Clerk B. M. Robinson of Orange .

county was busy yesterday putting :-- .

his official stamp on the Seminole

.,'.. county road bonds. There were two
hundred bonds of the value of one

thousand dollars each. The bonds j

were validated by the court in Orange -
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county and record of the same 1I

was made in Orange county, the records Tip

having been transferred to Seminole
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: stamp of the Orange county circuit

: court to go on them and for the clerk '

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: DR. KERR BOYCE TUPPERAT .

BAPTIST CHURCH TODAY .
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of Orlando i Rev. Dr. Kerr Boyce Tupper, the -- Last year your Income was $_

: noted evangelist, will begin his series
of revival meetings at the Baptist L Family expenses were -=
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church this morning at 10:45. Dr.
Rent Taxes Insurance.
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I Tupper reached Maitland yesterday ==

and stopped over with a friend, and Personal -
expenses
LONG ESTABLISHEDSAFE : will come into town this morning in o =

I ample time for the service. Miss Pot- Gifts and Luxuries .

: ter, teacher of vocal at Columbia college -
Money set aside for old or children's
I CONSERVATIVE : Lake City, will sing at the morn- age

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,, happily with its, joys in spite passed of rain very, wind quietly and and all rJ Let US help you do better in 1914

sorts of weather. The only incidentto == a

. mar its pleasure was the departure i'
"It is a pleasure to serve you.
of our dear Miss Ko for New York,

4 with her going was the fear that she .

accompanied by sister and nurse, and -

might never return to us. ;
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The entertainment at the town hall I
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Christmas eve was a decided success,
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, ... making glad the hearts of many little I

c Dnes. . i
MRS. MONROE ENTERTAINS D. A. R DISCUSS PLANS -
:Miss Stella Waterhouse arrived : '''' I I I, t' ! ,
WITH A CARD PARTYA FOR ANNUAL MEETING I IH, il'lllili'"t\! \I ) '11'1 ,'llhl! IM, ,'II! 'IIHII.1 i ""I!IIII"1 I!!
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Christmas eve to be with her father .::11111 !! \ II I I.'I, IIIII!", I" lilt :;;! !:, !: I I I 'I I'Ji: ""KI, w !d.i. dlx ,
and mother the winter.On .
few friends, and the members of The annual meeting of the state or- during __ __ _n ____ n_____ ______ -- __ __ _
New Year's day Mine Host Dr.
the Saturday Auction Bridge club ganization of the Daughters of the '" 'II'I'I'I'II" ''' .f.'I..eo.e''II'11111111.llt".I. .Mf4hH
I Stuart and his charming wife, Mait- " ' .
were the guests of Mrs. E. P. Mon- American Revolution will convene : I".I'W .II'I' " . .
land Inn, gave one of their famous
roe, at her attractive home on Lu. in this city on February :3rd, and the '
dinners to guests and friends. Sev-
cerne Circle yesterday-four tablesof local chapter held an important busi- : O\\7ELL"S
.
invita-
eral came from Altamonte by I
bridge and one table of "five hun- ness meeting yesterday at the homeof
in their :
tion. The tables were lovely
dred" players being present.In Mrs. S. A. Robinson, discussing
garlands of roses. :
the drawing room were many plans for the entertainment of their | RemovalSale
Early in the New Year Miss Carolyn Stupendous
vases filled with violets, these dainty guests. :
Kingsley will open her hospitable
S blossoms also being used in the din- At the conclusion of the business, "
home, "Under Oaks, on Lake: Mait- :
ing room, where the guests were a number of the visiting Daughters I NOW ON
land. Other members of the family :
served to delicious chicken patties joined the assembly, and listened tc
will be down later. .
celery,, sandwiches, olives, nuts, cof- an interesting program, which included -
Soon the packing houses will resume I I-
fee, ice cream, cake, and bon-bons, by an excellent paper by Miss Greg- i
business and tha noise of the I
the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Wister ory, of New York, on the "Early
I pickers will be heard in the land. A Three
and Miss Mary Rotfinson. History of New York State." :Mrs. / Day SpecialA

Mrs. Chalfant was the most suc- Ford gave an especially entertaining
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cessful among the bridge players, talk on "Rhode Island and Roger Wil- complete line of Ladies Hand Embroidered and Hemstitched -
while Mrs. Foran made the highestscore liams."
Conway, Fla., Jan. 3.-Mr. R. T. '
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at five hundred.In The next regular meeting will be Handkerchiefs at Removal Sale Prices.
Peele has been making some very no- ,
attendance at the pretty affair held at the home of Mrs. Benj. Drew.
The house I
were Mesdames Reichard, Carmack. ticeable improvements.

Chalfant, Rogers, Foran, Campbell, has been painted a light canary color : .

McIlvaine, J. N. McElroy, A. D. Mal- BIBLE LUCERNE STUDENT THIS TO AFTERNOON SPEAK AT and to the a broad comfort.veranda Mr.on Horace the ton Porter add, :I Fine line Ladies Silk Hose, Black, White, Pink, Blue and |

lory, J. B. Lawton C. W. Smith Ben
Buxton, and Misses Clarke, Malloryand a Conway boy, was the workman and :: : Kelly Green at Removal Sale Prices.
Under the auspices of the International he deserves much credit X >
Mcllvaine.
Bible Students' association, Mr. Mr. Miles Simmons has been making I

Glenn G. Smith, of Tampa, will deliver '
around his
SATURDAY MEETS BRIDGE WITH MRS.CLUB MILLER a free lecture this afternoon at the home some place.improvements | Full line of Ladies Kid and Silk Gloves, both long and short

Lucerne theater, at :3 o'clock. Mr. The Misses Crawford are home for : : at Removal Sale Reductions

Smith has selected for his subject, the Christmas vacation-Miss Belle I
The Saturday Bridge club was en-
"The Day of Judgment," and will pre- from Tallahassee where she is at- :
tertained yesterday by Mrs. Harriet
sent only the Bible teachings regard- Miss Ethel from Ge-
tending college, :
Miller and Mrs. DeWitt Miller at the
ing this interesting topic. Miss Sarah from Long- Now is first-class Um-
Wyoming, and the afternoon was par- neva, and your opportunity to buy a
As with
all lectures under the aus- entertain- :
wood. She had a delightful

ticularly Miss Drennen pleasant., of Birmingham, sub- pices of this association, seats are ment for her pupils.Mr. brella either for lady or gentleman at this Great

free and no collections will be takenup. Symonds and his force are '
stituted for one of the regular mem. Removal Sale.
Mr. Smith is a practical businessman and He ,
busy picking packing. pur-
bers, the other players being Mrs.
but for years has made a close chased Mr. Garrett's fruit which will : .
Walter Brittain, Mrs. Sylvan McEl-
study of the Bible, and no doubt will week.
be gathered next
roy, Mrs.Giles,Merle the hostesses McElroy, and Mrs.Miss LeRoy have something very interesting for Mr.. Irving, of Orlando, baa Lad a I Come soon only a few more days left in which to buy at

Hart who made the his hearers. People of all denominations force of men and teams plowing his I
Margaret high these Removal Sale Prices.
score. are invited to come and it is expected grove and fertilizing. This is the :

that a large audience will be owned formerly by Mr. Strick-
grove
Creamed oysters and coffee Were
present to hear what Mr. Smith will
land.
jeerved at the conclusion of the
say on this subject.

fames.Next Saturday the dub memberswill A MILD WINTER

be the guests of Mrs. Merle Mc- MRS. PICOT HONOR AFTERNOON GUESTAT TEA Twenty-five years ago at this time N. P. YOWELL

Elroy. the Connecticut river had been frozen

over sufficiently to allow Horace
Yesterday afternoon
Mrs. Law-
IIRS. MCDOWELL GIVES Johnson to cross on the ice at Middle
rence Watson was hostess at her .. ....
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UNIQUE BIRTHDAY PARTY home on Osceola street for a delightful Haddam, and had afterwards been reopened . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1..1. .
to navigation. Quite a differ- .
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Mrs. Ed. McDowell invited a few afternoon tea, given in compliment the conditions this week _
ence from t .Cl
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to friends
friends to bring their needlework and from Youngstown, when there is scarcely ice enough IF 1 1o
Ohio with Mrs. Picot, Mr. Watson's
spend yesterday afternoon at her anywhere for boys and girls to skate
sister, as especial of honor.
home, and the little gathering proved guest The weather thus far this win-
upon.
very delightful. Late in the after- The affair was informal, and no pro- ter has been very similar in mildnessto
gram was provided, the guests find-
noon the hostess served dainty re- what it was a year ago, when nav-
freshments, consisting of salmon sal- :ing much enjoyment in pleasant con-
for the
igation did not cease season V

ad, sandwiches, saltines, olives and versation.Mrs.. Watson. was assisted by her until near the middle of J anuary.- The CONFIDENCE you have placed

coffee, and not until the guests were Deep River Era.
departing did they discover that they sister-in-law, Mrs. Clarke, in serv- the makes }
ing tea and wafers in during us
bad celebrated Mrs. McDowell's birth- to the guests. Sports in general will be made a o us past year <

day. Then all lingered to offer hearty feature in St. Augustine this season, "
We that during r
congratulations and good wishes for RARE MUSICAL ENTERTAIN. baseball especially, both professionaland H GRATEFUL. assure you -

ft new year filled with happiness. MEXT JANUARY 21 amateur.-St. Augustine Note in

Among those present were Mrs. Times-Union. 1914 we shall endeavor to please you fi

Chas. McDowell, Mrs. T. A. Mann,, Jeanette L. Broomell and Helen
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Mrs. R. L. Bunch, Mrs. John, Burden,, Reed Alexander will be in Orlando than
III more ever.ALLEN .
Mrs. Edward Butt, Mrs. Arthur Butt, January 25th, under the auspices of THEATR

Mrs. Alf Bumby, Mrs. L B. Long,, the Ladies' Aid Society of the Meth- l L- E o dl

and Mrs. Brinson of Hinesville, Ga. odist church. Miss Broomell, the STARKFY & RAEBN

wonderful i hild impersonator, is well I PROPRIETORS

MENDELSSOHN CLUB known and a great favorite in Orlando .
& CO Jewelers
There will be a regular rehearsalpf while Helen Reed Alexander is AT THE LUCERNE

the Mendelssohn Club Tuesday, not only a harpist of unusual ability, We will honor all coupon books ,,

January 6th, at St. Luke's Chapter but has also a beautiful voice, a pure this week. ,

House. soprano which blends beautifully with Music by Lucerne orchestra. :

All members are urged to be present her harp. Keep this date free for Band concert at 7 o'clock. I n Everything Guaranteed. Prompt Repairing na EL

the choral work to begin promptly them The opera house, Saturday Night, 7:15 and 8:15. I -

at eight o'clock. ___ night, January 24, 1914., Prices: 5c. and lOc. a L== == r == I




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