Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00297
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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 6, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00297
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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



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lIONfl'S RfMOV At Of Blli RfBtl FORCE ..




Special to the Sentinel. I| Ojinaga, Mex., Jan. 5.-Via Army i DAY OF :MARCH
i Pass Christian, Miss., Jan. 5.- I
Line to Marfa, Tex.)-All doubt as i I
President Wilson would make no com- -
ment today on the reported transferof
TO BUY SHALE DEPOSIT ion of the Mexican federal army to
defeat the rebels or stay here until
TO VISIT CITY to Mexico, to Brazil. AGAIN TODAY
i: every soldier] is dead, was dispelled by I -
i No secret is made of the fact, how-
Gen. Francisco Castro leader of the
AND ERECT PLANT FOR MANUFACTURE Orlando's invitation to the National ever, that his removal] from his postin general federal troops, and Gen. Ynez i The county commissioners were in OF THE FORM WILL Bd
OF PAYING MATERIAL League of Commission Men will be Mexico is highly pleasing to the session all yesterday, and failing to
Salazar, commander of the federal MAILED TO EVERY TAXABLE
S TO MEET DEMANDSFOR delivered by a committee of three United States government finish the business before the board ,
volunteers, in interviews at headquarters | INDIVIDUAL BY INTERNAL
when the league assembles in Jack- Ever since he has been there he : will sit again today. j
today. Retreat of federal soldiers j
sonville January 14 for its annual has been the strongest supporter of I The most important matter attended -i REVENUE COLLECTORSSpecial
across the border to the United States:
meeting.The the Huerta government in the diplomatic ] the
to yesterday was drawing of
at the J
movement was begun would be induced only by some unex- to the SentinelWashington
Board of Trade voted ]last and was recognized
corps : as five hundred for
Board of Trade meeting last night pected event, according to the two names jury duty. Jan. 5.-The income
night to invite the commission men,, an opponent of the American policy This task which
which is probably] destined to be of commanders, and even if all the soldiers was a required much tax division of the treasury depart-
much importance to the people of this and President Bradshaw appointedMessrs. towards the Mexican dictator. deserted, the generals say they : time and care, and most of the ses- ment mailed to the inernal revenue
M. 0. Overstreet, John A. His transfer is interpreted Great
as sions devoted to it.
immediate section of Florida.As would remain to die at their posts. yesterday was $, collectors throughout the country today
Abberger and S. J. Sligh to go to Britain's final acquiescence in the I The board will today take the
in the Sentinel that up of the form
suggested as "It is thought we came to copies upon which
Jacksonville and present the invita- president's determined attitude not to
matter of the
paying registration of-
a probability, the idea of Florida Ojinaaga so that if we were pursued : the individual income tax returns
counties manufacturing brick for their tion in person to the body. recognize Huerta. by Gen. Villa's rebels we could] step i i ficers. While it is impossible to foretell must be made on or before March 1.
Mr. Chas. P. Dow brought the mat- The president die' 't his 'regu-
vary the action of the commissioners
own use was developed in the board across the border," said Gen. Castro. The penalty for failure .to comply]
ter to the attention of the board, andit lar program today. He spent hoursin jit I is believed that the compensationof
meeting, and a committee to be com- "Such a plan was with this requirement varies from $20to (
developed that he had been in cor- golfing, reading and motoring. the officers will be fixed
because I at so much
posed of Messrs. James L. Giles, H. forces evacuated Chihuahua $1,000. Samuel H. Byrd, in chargeof
respondence with officials of the Miss Eleanor Wilson and Miss Helen] for each enrolled. The
H. Dickson and G. R. Ramsey are to we had no way to obtain money to name registration the income tax division, said it
league for some time, impressing Woodrow Jones ]left visit to New
up- on a under the new law will require -
make a thorough investigation of the pay the soldiers who remained loyalto would be the duty of internal revenue
on them the desirability of their visiting Orleans this evening. I revision of the
a complete
proposed enterprise, concerning the Gen. Huerta and we had no means collectors to mail a copy of the formto
Orlando upon this occasion.Mr. -- j' books and the entire
voting population -
amount of money necessary to pur- 'of' communicating with the war department every taxable individual in his dis
Dow stated that he had been a NO OFFICIAL CONFIRMATIONOF of the county will be placed on
sufficient trict.
chase shale deposits to sup- at Mexico City.
commission man himself, and felt SIR LIONEL'S REMOVAL the lists.
ply all the brick needed for many "Our duty was to open a line of i Forms when properly filled out and
years to come, with the attendantcost pretty sure that they would acceptOrlando's Washington, Jan. 5.-Acting Secretary I communication with the government The board will give an opportunity ;attested can be returned to the collector -
and invitation. In the event of State Moore announced today to Mr..George Chester Scales, a road the
of establishing a factory and escort from Chihuahua City citi through mails. If this is
making the brick. A part of the the league accepts the Orlando invi- that he hadn't received any confir- zens who feared they would be mur- engineer who has recently been engaged done the individual must himself pay

work .'of this committee will be to tation a general committee will be mation of the report that Sir Lionel dered by Gen. Villa. We selected in construction work at Marion the notary fees.

confer with the leading men of other appointed to arrange for the enter- Cardan had been relieved as ministerto Ojinaga because it is one of the best i' Ala., to be heard. Mr. Scales is If personal] application is made to

counties to ascertain their views and tainment. features. Mexico by the British foreign of natural fortifications in the world.- It- 1 a graduate of the Massachusetts Polytechnic -'j the internal revenue collector attesta-

whether fice. It is said unofficially that the I and has had sixteen years of tion be had free
Orange county can expect any also affords a source of communication -j j can of charge.
support from them in carrying the TOPPER MEETINGS BEGUNATTtlEBAPIISTCIiURCH|I British ambassador now at Constantinople with Mexico City as well as a |practical experience in road building. !I
has been ordered to Mexico. lIe is an applicant for the position of
plan to execution.The ; port through which we might import r j BIBLE LECTURE GREETED
high price of brick and the exorbitant I provisions. Our position here is im-1|' road engineer for the construction of BY A LARGE AUDIENCEThe

transportation rates, and the: COSTS ONLY $8 A YEAR pregnable.e have ample stores of the system of roads to be built with

further, fact that all the brick manu- TO PROVIDE LUNCHES ammunition and more than"fifty field ; funds from the sale of the $i00,000bond large number of people who

facturers seem to be organized in a J I pieces. Our losses have been greatly -I issue. gathered at the Lucern etheater Sun-
formed trust the NOTED EVANGELIST SPOKE: Jan. of the rebels. Mr. Scales stated to a Sentinel] rep-.i da evidence
tightly are reasons Washington, 5.-That it costs under those yafternoon gave that
leading to the movement begun last LAST NIGHT ON PRACTICAL '!only $8 a year to provide lunches for "Gen. Ortega, who came to attackus resentative last night that in the construction -i|there are hundreds of people] in this

night. CIIRISTIANITY !a child in an open-air school is the on orders from Gen. Villa, thougr of a road system such as ,community who are eager and anx-

'Ihe city has recently had an expe- 'information furnishes to the United his presence would cause us to flee t I that to be built in Orange county, ;ious to study the Bible Mr. GlennG.

rience in purchasing brick which indi- Revival services which will con- States bureau of education as a result the United States. He was surprised that a great amount of preliminary < Smith, of Tampa, spoke for an

cates the absolute manner in which tinue through two weeks were begunat of an experiment recently conducted when we resisted him. Our 4,000 loy-I engineering work was necessary before ]hour, using for his subject, "The Day

the brick houses deal with their pa the First Baptist church Sunday at Green Bay, Wis. The discovery al soldiers because of c r superior I actual construction began, and it of Judgment." Every thought presented -

trons. Two months ago the city or- morning by Rev. Dr. Kerr Boyce Tup- that in most of our large cities, particularly fortifications, are able] to resist 10.000 was desirable to get through with this to his hearers was substantiated -

dered a quarter of a million brick for per, a noted evangelist. Chicago and New York, rebels, and there are not that many :before' the commissioners were ready i i | freely by quotations from the

quick delivery. After waiting sev- In spite of the disagreeable weather nearly half the children in public rebels] in the north. Each of us is ('to| begin building. It is clear that Mr.';]Bible] and in fact his whole discourse

eral weeks for delivery and hearing large crowds attended the Sundayservices schools] are underfed and suffer from ready to die should that be necessary i! Scales is a thorough road construction' was filled with Bible quotations.By .

nothing the city made inquiry as to and at last night's meetingthe j weakness due to lack of proper food and if we evacuate this place it wi'lP man, and his address before the com-I' freely] quoting the Bible] he

why the brick had not been delivered church was well filled. The auditorium has given impetus to the movement not be to a foreign country." I missioners will likely be filled with i showed that "day of judgment" did

and were informed that no vessel had was comfortable from fire in for public feeding and open air 1 So far neither side has made mate- interesting and valuable information not mean a literal 24 hour day, any

been procurable by the company that a large stove, which had been kept Schools. rial headway except in the drain on:I more than the Scriptures, when

would carry less than half a million burning for some time before the hour the federal-ammunition by the rebels.] speaking of "Abraham's day," or the
brick. The city then increased the for services to begin. A large choir OVER EIGHT IIUNDRED PUPILS A few of the adobe houses used as I "day of temptation in the wilderness,"

order to half a million, but upon reconsideration made excellent music, and much interest ENROLLED IN CITY SCHOOLS federal forts have been demolished, or the "day of salvation," meant a

of, the vote at a subsequent is already manifest in the meet-I I but the damage to fortifications made CITRUS FRUIT SHIPIED ;24 hour day. The "day of temptation

meeting the additional ordjt ings.Dr. The city schools opened yesterday, of dirt has been casual. I in the wilderness" was a number of

was withdrawn. There is no pros- Tupper spoke last night 6.1 and there were thirty new pupils j Despite assurances of Generals years, and "Abraham's day" was a
pect that the brick will be deliveredfor "The Benevolent Life," from III. John, running the enrollment to more than Castro and Salazar that the federals NEARLY HALF OF THE TOTAL whole] life time, said the speaker, and

upwards of a month, and in the second verse: "He that doeth good is t eight hundred. The cold weather did had no designs to flee to the United CROP HAS BEEN SENT so with the "judgment day," it will

mean time the city streets are in of God.", In the course of his sermonDr. not chill the enthusiasm of the pupils States in case of utter defeat, the TO MARKET be a long duration of time.

great need of them. The city had Tupper said: as they gathered for the second United States army patrol did not Mr. Smith closed] his discourse by

been paying approximately $31 a "In our practical, humanitarian daywe half of the school year's work. The slacken its precautions, taken with a appealing to his hearers to lay aside

thousand for brick, but this particuarorder need to emphasize in the church i teachers were in their places, and theo view to that emergency. Already It is estimated that up to January1st the creeds which are made by men

was sold for four dollars less, creed matched by deed, doctrine but- students were earnestly at work a about 500 federal deserters have approximately 3,000,000 boxes of and to take the advice of the Apostle

and it was suggested in council meet- tressed by doing, speech made effective short time after the assembly.] crossed and either have been disarmedand citrus fruit had been shipped from Paul and our Master, to "search the

ing that the company was unwillingto by service. A life is holy only as I sent back or have escaped into ]Florida, comparing very favorably] Scriptures daily to see if the thingswe

deliver the brick at the price mentioned it is helpful, beautiful only as it is 1 BATTLESHIP Texas. with the record of a corresponding say are true."
or had been called down by bountiful, Christ-like only as it is! period of the preceding season. Mr. Smith held the attention of his

the suspected combine. While all of charitable, and immortal only as it I SAILS FOR WEST INDIES PLAYGROUNDS STATISTICSFOR Up to the beginning of Christmas audience through the entire discourseand

this is mere speculation, the facts in is unselfishly influential The realityand week 8,676 cars had moved. The the whole congregation seemed to
ri YEAR 1913
Jan. 5.-The battleship I
the case seem to warrant this view of power of one's religion should be I II I movement for the week preceding enjoy the lecture. Announcement was

the proposition. Hence the proposi- measured, not by the depth of its Mississippi with three hundred Christmas was the heaviest of the made that there would be another lec-
aboard sailed at late hour I
men a to-
tion that the county, or counties, shall emotion, nor by the height of its en- Specie to the Sentinel season, 1,600 cars being shipped. ture next Sunday afternoon, the sub-
go into the business of making brick thusiasm, nor by the breadth of its day to join the Atlantic fleet for maneuvers '! New York, Jan. 5.-All together Shipments were lighter during the ject being "Our Lord's Return."

for their own use.. In view of the liberality, but by the supremacy of in the West Indies. The Mis- 642 American cities were active last 1 holidays, as many of the large distributors -

, large amounts to be expended for its love to God and the unselfishnessof sissippi will stop at Annapolis, where year in developing and maintaining closed their packing houses and ACTRESS KILLS HERSELF

brick in Florida during the next few its service to man. Jesus Christ the army aviation corps and supplies playgrounds or recreation centers, according
years it is regarded as a feasible business was the incarnation of selfsacrificing will be taken aboard, and will then to a report made public today The shipments, it is understood, will a young actress, who had played in a

matter, and will be so investigated love." proceed to Pensacola. by the Playground Association of 1 be considerably] lighter during the number of Broadway successes, was

t with due care and precision.If I America. In 342 of these cities, 2,402 i next two weeks. found dead in her apartment today
it is found upon mature consideration CHANGE IN SEABOARD playgrounds and recreation centers' Most of the fruit that has been sent with her throat and wrists cut. Her

to be not feasible, it will be LEASE OF LUCERNE THEATER TRAIN SCHEDULE were maintained under regular paid J forward so far this season has been friends said she was despondent over

dropped. It may be stated, however, GIVEN UP BY LESSEES I supervision. The employed supervis-s shipped under refrigeration, but hereafter the death of her fiancee, who is to be

that it will not be abandoned until Beginning January 5th SeaboardAir ors or play leaders numbered 6,31S-' practically all of the shipmentswill buried today.

it has been so determined. Those Messrs. Starkey & Raehn, who have I Line train No. 304, which has in a new profession. A total expenditure move under ventilation only.] The Miss Sinnott was engaged to Leslie

who have given the question a good had charge of the Lucerne theater forthe the past left Orlando 9:15 a. m., will of $5,100,223.81 was reported in weather has been ideal for the past Kenyon, a well known English actor,

deal of study maintain that it is good past four months, relinquishedthe leave at 8:25 a. m. All other trains the 342 supervised cities, in additionto 1 two weeks, cool nights, and in the ;and member of the Lambs club He

I business, not only for the present, but lease yesterday to the owner, J.will run as before. bond issues authorized in 20 cities i northern and north central counties .died of apoplexy on Saturday. She

: will protect the counties from future B. Magruder. Mr. Magruder will i I to the amount of $2,358,000. I J frost has been in evidence-just cold] was 24 years old and lived with her

discriminations and increased prices. have good pictures, a warm house and STOCKHOLDERSMAKE Rapid growth has characterized the
will do all possible to please the peo UP DEFICIT recreation movement during the past J fruit. note begging forgiveness of her act.

ple. He would like to have a good |year. A year ago 553 cities were reported -j The disastrous season last year up

THE WEATHER share of the patronage, and will prob- Chicago, Jan. 5.The Farmers' active; this year 642. The
t ably get it, as the Lucerne has always bank of Schaumberg, Ill., opened for number of cities employing "egnlar] :. j growers and receivers, when fruit FRUIT TO WALTER DRENNEN
Florida: Partly cloudy Tuesdayand been a popular play house. Mr. business, as usual, today, after the supervision has increased frara85 to would decay so fast after picking thatit A big deal in citrus fruits was con-

Wednesday; not much change in Starkey will continue as instructorof twenty-two stockholders] had made up 342; the number of supervised playgrounds ] -,. was almost impossible] to get it to i summated yesterday when Mr. B.

temperature. the Orlando band. Mr. Raehn hasnot the deficit of $40,000, said to have and centers from 2,094 to I ;any market without it decaying. At :Beacham sold forty thousand boxes of

made known his plans for the fu- been caused by peculations] of Frank 2,402; the roll of unemployed workers 1 the present time, however, the fruitis citrus fruits to Mr. Waiter Drennen.

Curtis & O'Neal will supply your ure. During the management of the Henning, assistant cashier, who dis- from 5,320 to 6,318. The expendi-f i i carrying well, and if the weather The Drennen packing house at Mait-

1 wanta for school books and school Lucerne, Messrs. Starkey & Raehn appeared New Year's eve. The stockholders tures for maintenance have grown '!'I conditions remain as they have been, I land is now running on fall time, and !

wpplies. They have everything youHneed. have presented some good attractions voted to double the capital from 4,020,121.79 a year ago to 5,700-,1 the fruit will arrive in market in a I the Beacham fruit will be handled

I at the Lucerne. stock. 223.81 reported this year. I I II 1 highly! satisfactory condition. t through that house.e .


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( the Gainesville Sun) Today
Daytona picture shows are to b .

opened on Sunday.The You Must Trust Your Druggist as You { ai

3000 Orlando
Leader says the citizens of For! Ii i Citizens
Meade had large fine strawberries for Do Your DoctorYou

Christmas dinner.

have confidence in your doctor and are willing to : To see the Greatest of Thrillers, Seligs 3 Part Masterpiece

- The mayor of Fort Pierce has or- take any medicine he prescribes. But you don't always i
dered all of the citizens to clear i
up know what is ordered or whether it is properly com- :
on January 9 and 10. In Midst
pounded by the druggist. Therefore you must trust

Expert orange packers declare that your druggist as you do your doctor. Every possible

half of the orange crop remains to br : safeguard is placed around our prescription compounding. i of the
packed, and the fruit is in excellent i \Ve have a system that makes errors practically im- Jungle

possible. You can trust us as to purity and price, also.

thousands Pensacola, of dollars News are remarks carried: that out Ask your doctor about us. .1 r Today---Tuesday---ONE f DAY r ONLY

of that because p
city every year
sacola has not & first class hospital.The n-I DoLANtiY & ABERNETHYOrlando ::1 IMIs.tin.ee 2:80i

Madison Recorder stated in its DRUGGISTS. I
-:- -:- Florida !i

last issue that Madison is to have an- .. . ... .. . , :
.J. y .y. ' tf'I..4 t '
other paper. Well, Madison must be H f1i I IE Ii i

papers.growing Why to support not try two a daily live?weekly i M \ Tb MtRY M TI E rILT[ : R I !1

The Palmetto News says the vegetable -I w

season in that section is now '! THE MARKETOf me Grand Theatre {
coming on briskly and shipments are e
gradually increasing. While last season
was the best ever known there Cleanliness Of Quality j -i r Ij 1
it is likely that this season will ex- 3 An added Splendid Program of Pictures and

ceed it.The \- FRESH AM SALT MEATS j H ZHelen: Pry; d wl n t

Quisisiana hotel, casino and FISH AM!U GAME .
golf links in Green Cove Springs That Dainty Little Singer of Songs .
opened for the season Wednesday.The Kept under the best sanitary conditions. l

respects hotel and has it been is expected improved will in many enjoya Everything screened away I from the flies and kept fresh H TODAY'S PE GRAM IS 1 WINNER j

good season.-
pure. %H I o
G a i. 0. . .c. C t-fr.xvw wwi .w* ". .*. ..I rf.. y". .III.T. ifl'Y'111 \ !''Vn.w I . e I .II. .
Statistics for the year at the Jack- \ We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We halt .
sonville postoffice, as prepared by everything in the Meat J Line. --
I Postmaster D. T. Gerow, show splen- For Economy and purchase -

did results for the year just closed, "
'tV RtG I H T power of your money -
the total postal receipts for 1913 be- The PARLOR MARKETH. REALTY & SEnD co

ing 104193405. FOR REAL ESTATE Try Wright Farm

A few mornings recently Raifordwas M. Self & Co. 'Thdls Orlando Our Business Florida and Garden Seeds. in
visited fire which
by a destroyedthe '
bulk. "iMotto" Quantityand
store of Lem Sapp. Not a thingwas PINE
saved. The origin of the fire is Quality.Fresh .
unknown. The loss was partly cov- \ Phone No. 80
ered by insurance. r i Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice. 40 cents 100 p'unds; Best Creamery Butter, 40

t..O . . .. . .MiMMMMIMin cents; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen! ; limes 10 lent:

Lakeland is making preparations I dozen; Butter Milk, 10 cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Uybters, (selects) 50 cents quart 30
for the celebration of her thirtieth cents pint.
formally openedto WOOD, COAL _
which will West Tampa was AND ICE
place birthday next anniversary Friday. Speechmaking and I the public and dedicated Thursday Wood. $1.)U a strand up Hand' Individual Package 10 Ibs. As 't Fruits. "That Xmas Pre..;e-u" delivered I by Express,

various other forms of entertainmentwill evening. The structure is a fine one, 'ual I Y 41 rd. phone S'lfi 9-! :II|-U (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky M >u Mains at your door $i.35 cash with order.
being two stories high, of brick, with ,
make upt the special program.
I granite trimmings. The interior is
JH t."I.lllllt.I.II..I. lit.4491
beautifully finished, the pine trim be- 1F % I
St. Augustine will be very gay this : FIRE INbUtnNOEflD
stained match the fumed oak
winter with her automobile races, mo- ing to
i Carols
The Christmas
Good Old
tor boat races, baseball with the big furnishings of the various rooms. A 1
senjoyed at the .
splendid program wa
league teams and amateur teams,
band concerts and various other dedicatory services. are charming when played '
features. 'The Ancient City social is- "pI t VTlIlgliil! m imii t I ltll''HI'S, on a Kimball Piano. You ((a1TYA \ le $ uccess. o

I getting real festive. When a bunch of Seminoles appear' certainly should have one in l0UNTFHYREALE5TTCjR6
in town about this time of the year your house Give yourself

Madison county is to have a farm one may look for evidences of their the pleasure of good music / JANSEN
expert The government furnishes skill in securing game. This week a for the rest of your life, by < ,
making yourself a present on IMPROVED ANDL ,
the Everglades
' legation from i 1IOTARY
for demonstration work
$675 in that
skins and a Knabe Piano. You can /
county and the citizens have decidedto brought in ninety-nine coon it all right. Our prices UmnPRovEpORLANDO ubLIC
the fur from twenty-six otter. They
raise the remainder of
$1,200 nec- and terms insure tnat.Knabe FLORIDA.
to the disposed of the coon product at thirty
essary supplement govern- '
ment's appropriation.News cents per, and received $7 each for tr Knabe G'ands Upright
the otter skins.-Fort Pierce News. "
"The Worlds Best Pianos. Office in Rock Bunting N. ORIV'GE AVE. Opposite San Ju.n: Hotel
comes from Pensacola that Kimbal1 Player Pianos
the storm in the gulf Christmaseve The Woman's Society of the West- Kimball Upright and Grand Pianos --
on minster Presbyterian church of Jack- -- ..81.1..w.O. . . .(itH. . . .. . .. .... .
and which continued through
Christmas day, was one of the worst sonville gave a doli baby show Fri-
of many years. Fishing vessels, day afternoon in the church. A large A Number of Slightly Used

steamers and sailing craft of all descriptions number of children entered their babies U Service
bear marks of having run in the show for prizes. There Pianos Very CheapDreimenLattner j W
into the gale.Friends were prizes for the largest doll, the ,
smallest doll, the neatest, prettiest, {

of George R. DeSaussure, oldest, for the best rag doll, goo-goo ..{{ \
vice-president of the Barnett National I eyed doll, and Japanese doll. A spe- .
Child who Has always been accepted in Orange County as the n
bank of Jacksonville, are taking cial prize was awarded the
active steps to have his name placed entered the largest number of dolls. Co. j best to be obtrined. No one has ever complainedand

before President Wilson for appoint- no oneevtrr will, bt-cause our trees are the best
ment member of the federal The Sanford lodge of Elks enjoyedits
as a
reserve -
board provided for in the cur- third annual turkey supper a few Orlando, Fla. and cheapest (in the' nd) pjssible to procure.

nights ago. The banquet was held ,
rency act recently passed. at the Sanford House, which was dec.,..., . . .. . ' : " , . ; P \Vhoeverheardofonountrueto name or whoJ

Little Lillie Camplejohn, the five- orated for the occasion in purple and ever heard of an ignored claim?

year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. white, Elks' colors, while handsome I I
Camplejohn, of Jacksonville, died in United States flags were artisticallyhung I We offer you first choice from the largest stock

St. Luke's hospital in that city on I so that all present were reminded 1 in the world for this season's planting and your suc-
Wednesday afternoon as result of of the national brotherhood. A II
with stock is assured when
: cess our already your
burns ustained when her clothing special musical program had been arranged -
caught fire from ignited matches for the occasion and the affair I grove is planted. Free advice as to stock and per- -

which she had been -playing with at proved one that will long be remembered sonal inspection of your land when requested on any
the home of her parents. by all so fortunate as to at- ,
tend. planting of 300 trees or more. Suitable! discounts

to planters of large I In (fact, the best
The new Mason hotel in Jacksonville Buy It Because acreage. very
was formally opened Wednesday A mass meeting of citizens interested of everything and 0. \V. Conner behind it all.
night. Elaborate plans had been in bringing Southland college to It's a Better Car I I
made for the opening and good cheer .his city will be held in the Baptist
prevailed everywhere. Jacksonvilleis temple tomorrow night. Dr. E. L. Model[ T h I
jsutiy proud of her million-dollar Stevens and his wife, Mrs. E. L. Ste- Touring Car CI J ADDRESS
hostelry and so is all of Florida. The lens, now head of the college, will be i.o.b. OrlandoGet I
building is beautiful and the furnish resent and make addresses explainng - I {
ings are elaborate.In the workings of their school particulars from j III I i
;jouthland college will be moved here F. G.; RUSH, I j.;! OC1LA4HA{ NURSERIES
the federal court room yesterday f enough stock can be sold to pay for Phone 226 'I
forenoon, the retiring clerk, Eugene ;recting the buildings. The site has I
0. Locke, of the United States district )een donated with the provision that.t
23 Fla.
court, southern district of Florida, ad. least $tOOOO worth of buildings be Dept. Tangerine: ,
: :
ministerred the oath of office to the :rected. Several thousand dol'.arsvorth I I I I I 11111.
incoming clerk, Eugene D. Dodge, in of stock has been subscribed I
the presence of Judge Rhydon M. 'or, although little effort has been
Call, the impressive ceremony being aade, so far, to sell it. Southland is II e err The Green Cove Springs Times i tatoes in January, after which the
.fix "Marshall Brothers, tomato ] same land will be planted in tomatoes.The .
witnessed all of Gainesville the says:
by the court officers, seated at at present I
of Miami have land purchased by Marshall
the parents and relatives of Clerk ime.-St. Petersburg Note in Times- growers purchased
Dodge and very many of his friends. Jnion. several hundred acres of Clay county II Brothers is located near Mid 1eburg." 4
land for the purpose of growing Irish -

z The handsome $25,000 Carnegie library Take your repairing to Warman on potatoes and tomatoes. They will Subscribe, for the Sentinel and jet -
building recently constructed Court street. 12-o-tf plant at least 100 acres of Irish po-: the latest news. .;

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I $1000 WHY PAY RENT ?, 1 J"i
(By Gotham ; ; $1000Handsome !
New York, Jan. 5.- I f
the professional 5 Room Bim ;alow. On a lot I me VACUUMCLEANER

son who haunts table 50 it. Iront. Surroundet, by lots selling ,

ants in odd corners of from $500 to $1 1500, and close in. ..
siders himself a poet
perhaps just an :&
talks a lot,of silly stuif -

4 matter of fact, so-much ; Driven ceand ; ; .., Will pay 10 to 15 Have your room or house
can not understand,
to be arrested for Wired for Electricity. per cent on money cleaned without dust or troubleof

means of support? invested. Market

Well, for your own k moving furniture
professional Bohemian value 1500.

New York just now. Select neighbor- t.' L Y 1 = Wide piazza. Lath
be a time when his or r
were confined to a ; ; hood. and plastered. The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced "

now the tribe has ,
-1 Ph: rsM1ot.
see professional man.
parts of the city. o
difficult to understand, \{'ill be sold soon. Investigate.For 5 1
your that location
and floor plan.
with "
however. Of late the ) Made possible through our Look for the sign,',
sional Bohemian has .
change. All of the perfectly organized system Hand Church St. .
Bohemian; all of the selling Real Estate r [ L
of the race have: been i

plain, ordinary persons .
once worked for money Siood
ers' worked for money, $1000 UIIURi 1-1 STRKKT I :
lowed to inflict their i
alities upon the charmed -W+ H-8 fo ; tttle"COOtt' IIIII' ..OI.I..t..e..J..I..t3. .. t6..tt..r.I.)+t

hemia.Now don't the . . . . ell. . . !) t t . t ........ i .. II.t. e 11 . f ) . . . II . N I If
get i e"OIO"CI"lltlt"I'tt'I".fet.tl J&"S'II'O'o.t..t..t ).' I' .'rO .II.c'.J'e' IO.OCIII : .O."DOOOIO.. )4 t .
Bohemians never cared ,

things mians servation powering til now.who it would passion As have have a matter always bring come for O ORLANDO l O BANK I( & I TRUST I COMPANY A I 1 I A Complete House

had distrust an inborn of those distaste who Orlando. Florida I. @

I am with Bohemians I *<
that I work for a living. t

ever'thinks to ask me Organized April 1906 Bungalow-New-Modern
to exist. There is a .
in Bohemia, just as there I t Lot covered with fine large trees full of oranges and

else. Two burglars In a i grapefruit. Five rooms and bath. Located just off Eola

the way to the Park and only a few blocks from Court House. We knowof

sympathize with each no other house in Orlando to compare with it at the
4 would be considered price. Terms.
for one to ask the
p "line" was. Later in

might become Make This Resolution Now FIVE ACRE TRACTS
another how they mad a
outer world, but therein ; Near Like Underhill. Finest grove land and finest grovesIn
Bohemians differ.PINEAPPLE. Orange County Develop a grove on your monthly spare
That you will open a Bank Account in the change.for clearing TRICE S50 PER ACRE. Timber practically pays 1

Savings} Department of The Orlando Bank & I
Do you know what f 0
ui i le-s:; you have seen it -
Trust and thLS the New Year
Cjmpany begin '
f t,.:auty, so smooth, deed.
a or;L'ht, beautiful, shiny 419:1 ) ORLANDOYREAitis TE
in the CO.
\ ci( .",;", carrying with it \ way. !

.tJizmg, appetizing '. "-Room 2. Watkins Block, tfrWW4
pumice: : is known a city '.., .
.A C I ti '+Hi rN +C to $ ;
Tnut's the kind of
produce if you plant /

Trees of this variety. \ : ; I H D )+4 C ; eel C I C 0 e Ie. .H
lected and improved the

years, and now every
The AltamontetL
of this variety is right i

direct from the best ---

our groves. SPRINGS, FLORIDA.
Can you beat it? H: M. U. SMITH, President.V.. M. DAVIS, Vice-President. G. L MIAN, Cashier. II
it 1 A beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlandoor A. C.L
equal ? We rather
order in. We . aaa 'I.ft080t."f"le .. . . .. .t.t.'llt.ttt.e..t.'I.I.I R. R.) Come out and getthe'test dinner served in interior
your can I'lilll"'O'IOII."J"'I'IQ"'Oti 'f'lt' ' it. II.e..t Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the
popular commercial most teautiful and healthful location in Florida! on
and from Pedigreed high ridge between two lovely l lakes, 40 acres in parks.
OCKLAWAHA I .. . I I . I . I III . 1.111 . t ,,. . . t . t t t.t t . I I . lot..t. . . . II I . I Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Eil hrds, Fishing, Spcrting, etc.
Hotel has 500 feet broad piazza. All modeen improve-
i mf nts. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests.
Send the Sentinel your I. Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet.

l for job printing. You W.lVI. SLElVIONS
pleased with our service.

trial. I GEO. E. BATES & SON, ProprietorsSummer

Resort"The Grand,"West Vernon, N. H.t'IIII.III.OIIIIIGlllleCllllllllel.IIIIIIIIII..I".
t Ladies' hair dressing

shampoo, electric drier. .
4 Shop. New Goods Arriving Daily

Get on the Morning Off With Old. On With the NewIt


housekeepers.OPEN to take in is no use to mourn over the lapses and

neat.l-4-6t Corner Church We sell high grade )Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co. failures of 1913. Brace up for the new yearwhich'

made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes. is only a few days ahead of you. We

FOR SALE Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels. expect it to be the largest year in. our bus

Thirty-five acres, made Sweet Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
Conway 25 acres of Pants and Overalls by iness history and in order to make it so we

ten dred acres bearing of garden orange & Co.. Best place in the city to trade. are going to serve you better than ever be

house and barn. Price $
Twenty-eight acres, fore. You cannot afford to overlook us when

in and grove two ,hundred four hundred young \ you are in need of Blank Books, Office Sup-

now fruit,on eight trees.hundred Price $3 bo,* W. SLEMONS plies fine Stationery, Musical Goods, etc.

Eighty acres, We save on. a great necessities
cleared and fenced, you.money many
buildings. Price $1,500. ORANGE AVENUEHIIIIIMIII
Twenty acres on lake
located three hundred \v. S. BRANCH
trees. ,Price $2,200. , mttttttrmf'TfTT . . . ia. i .aa..ai'mr >) ,

Twenty acres good
lake front, two acres Cash The Arcade Book and Music Store
W. T. ENTRICAN, :< Registers. Warman fixes 'err-
grove, good six room
1000. The Cathedral SchoolEAST on Court street. 12-5-ti

Twenty.five acres and interior decorator. New AVENUE i NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE I of northeast quarter of northwest quarter
grove located on lake old ones, too. Fhone 636. CENTRAL !WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSE* I of said section nest to southwest corner of
city limits. Idjal 1 workmen employed. and Under and by virtue of two certain writsof northeast quarter of northwest quarter there
vision. Price $10,500.J. Orlando's Select Boarding I,I AND DO ALL KINDS OF execution issued out of the Circuit Courtin of, north to beginning. Also beginning at
the Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida in northeast corner of northeut quarter of
E. eRA Day School For Girls OPTICAL REPAIRING, and for Orange County in favor of F. Joseph northwest quarter of Section 20, Township 22
Office over Blue Jaehn Company and against Toe Fairview. south of Range SO east ran south 20 chains to
117 S. Orange 1'1"1"1111' Reopens Wednesday, October L domes Company. I shall sell at public outcryto southeast corner of said quarter section,
thence northwesterly t oa point CO feet
the highest bidder for each at the CourtHouse
Phone 401 WM. HARPER Primary, Intermediate, and College 11. door in Orlando Orange County Florida of northwest corner of northeast quarter of
.1 Grades. during the legal hours of sale on Monday northwest quarter of said section, east to
(JOSEPHINE HARPEROSTEOPATHS Preparatory the 2nd day of February, A. D. 1914 the point of bea'inninr.I .
I I : Also Courses in Music, Art, Elocu [following lands an! tenements levied upon I I J. P. CORDON,
i under said executions the of the Sheriff Orange County, Florida.
as property
i ;; tion, Domestic Science, Physical Cultare. Fairview Homes Company levy having been I Starbuck & Starbuck
I Automobile for j \ >>t i>bJi>>),n5 PntJu SIt 0DR. I made on the 2nd day of January, A. D. 1914, l ,ltlW.z.1.If Attorneys.for Plaintiff.
I :
j New Five ;, Orlando Twelve specially trained Teachers. L H. RAMSDEll I East Qsarter of sooth half of northwest
Church Street, Up-tar? Individual attention. Loving care. OPTOMETRIST i jnarter of Section 20, Township ZZ south of
Range 14 east, and beg:nn:ng at northwestorner
Confutation i want to sell
PHONE and Ex- REV. RODERICK P. COBB, A. 1L, (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Liking) of northeast Quarter of northwest you anything, re-
mination FreeiiMIHimiMMMMMiilt i
i ir carter of Section 20 Township 22 south of member the Sentinel want columns.
A Principal. JO east, cut (0
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South Florida SentinelMORNING DONNA AT TilE GRAND BENJ. F. BROWNe : Fine Grove and Home
I A. Y. FU'UER. R. L. FOX I:
AND WEEKlf Miss Helen Fredwin, styled th The quiet passing from earthly life ,
JOSIAH FEERJS. Editor: and O.n.t. I i"Vest Pocket Pr.ma Donna," opened 1 >of Archdeacon Benjamin F. Brown : Only $3,600
a week's engagement last evening at Entered at the iwntuiTHe m OrlniU < t
M S< uay's Grand theater, and proved herself :for work accomplished and seed sows REO MOTOR CARS : : Just the kind of a place you bare
the clever little girl the man which will continue to bear rich fruit : always wanted. About six acres of ,
agement billed her-her childish -lor character of { For long life and low cost of
One Year .......... ......... .$5.uu man a rare beauty, upkeep.Ye also carry a : : land located on fine road in high class
ner and sweet voice strength and helpfulness-is I I
Six Months ................... 2.Ju soprano corn not easily full stock of supplies and accessories. Hale a good force neighborhood. Beautiful
: pletely winning her audience, which,, equaled. : : fire-room
Three Months .... ........... 1.25
u y the way, was a large one. Miss i Though his school days ended in of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely : : bungalow with bath. Income from
TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1914. Fredwin rendered "Dear Old Girl," very early boyhood, he educated himself
o : grapefruit and oranges from five to
following a feature picture of that; ; through his own efforts, and s guaranteed.

John Lind came and went, and the name. She then sang "Snookey-i successiuhy that his fund of aCC1ratcinformation .: seven hundred dollars per year. Near

world is no wiser. John's teachers ?okzms,." and Unaer the Cotton i i along all lines has continued town and a big bargain. If you are
must have impressed well upon him \J.oon." Much credit must be given i a marvel to his mends. He
the power of silence.It little Miss Fredwin in following Doc: was a student to the time of this THE PALMS AUTO CO interested in this place o see us at

o Baker's engagement at the Grand, as"he i last illness, rarely without a took, once.

is announced that Fritzi Scheff'sthird latter is one of the strongest his library one of his great jays. FULLER & FOX Proprietors. ,

husband is her manager. Ibis drawing cards un the Southern c.r- This year marks the tift, -,uJrth ,

isn't to be taken literally, tnough it is cuit. hiss Fredwin will appear tomorrow ;since his ordination in the Episcopal ;' MiMiMMHimCMIMIIMHaiMOIHHHrMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM I: Cooper & Atha

likely that Fritzi needs a manager. in her childish make-up andHJll [ 'church, having previously \voiked lor 0
----- ---- ---
---,- render her three best selections; everal years in the kethodist minis ,
A Babylonian tablet just unearthed in this make-up. try.His

j contains laws that existed 2,<*jJ year; Today, Tuesday, is the day of Se- early life and some years of Orlando
B. C. One refers to bankruptcy, but lig's great three-reel masterpiece of his ministry were spent m Maryland.I -

none of them say anything aoout riding animal life, "In the Midst of the Early in 1888 he and iurs. Brown .

wheels on tne siaewa.ki. Jungte," featuring Miss Katharine i moved to Florida, going first to Zeilt oticp' to uto
u vVilliams. This is one of the finest t wood, where both made lifelong : Wn8rf --- -

Woman's love for "dry" goods and aims ever produc d. It is an intense, friends daring his charge of the fcpis-; . MIMMt . MMMMMM
men's love for "wet" goons cause ;xciting tragedy with a wonderful clijiax. copal church there.

This picture was exhibited in Preceding Bishop Gray's arrival R. L.
about nine-tenths of the domestic dis i by HOLLAND
cord in this world, says the Greenville acksonulle for one whole week's run five years, he has continued his ear- Supieme Auto ml
Advocate. .o colidly packed houses and the man nest labors ih southern Florida until l
will old Auto .
-0 --- .gement assures those who( attend to- advanced age and ill health necesbi-- ; recover your or Buggy

Romance will soon be only a memory lay of a remarkable bill. Other p.c- tated his giving up active service
Make Back and Cushion
in Venice 1'ne gondolier ha., .ures and Miss Fredwin will be fea- ''.something over a year ago, his last ; ; Tops. your The oil that has

got to go. Several hundred moto ured, as will also Mr. Comely in vio- charge being at Sanford.i ; Slip Covers and Auto Top dust stood the su
.in solo.3ISIIOP. For a number of he
boats will soon be placed on the canals I years was

of that odoriferous old "Bride 01 archdeacon of work along the East covers. New top or cushion work for preme test
the Adriatic." AND MRS. MANN I Ccast, with a number of missions un i ; ,

o GIVEN WARM WELCOIEBishop der his care, and during his leadership I ; ; carriages and buggies at reasonable -- THAT
Vice-President Marshall is credited ii !':several churches were erected which 0

with making something of his orfice, and Mrs. Mann arrived on remain as tokens of his devoted la-1 : : prices. All work and miterial. guar- {

Perhaps it was intended to thai he fast train early yesterday afteroon bors.
he is making something out of it; that and were met by members of f', Here in Orlando. where his home I j | anteed by T. M Coppedge, TrimmerIMIMIMMMMMMMMMMMIMMIMMMMMMM Goo Gulf Gasoline

lecture tour at three hundred dollar* .he Cathedral Chapter, who took themto has been through recent years, ,and

a',night, for instance. their temporary quarters at the also wherever he was known elsewhere ..
o jummerlin, where they will be con- he held the highest esteem oi -AT-

After we, had fast about made up I eniently and comfortably located until ( all, with the deep affection of hosts 1

our mind not to have moirienct el ready to move into Bishopstead. of warm friends who will miss him

depression in the glad any New Year, the A morst cordial welcome is extended keenly. Rs L HOLLAND L CARRIAGE b[ SHOP r P. G. WALTON, Agt.

thought came over us with crush.'rg; to Bishop and Mrs. Mann both i For two and a half years he has

force that it will have just as al.li1) from the Cathedral parish and citi- lived at the Church Home and nOJ-1

Mondays as usual.A :ens generally, with the hope that pital, where all that skilled care PHONES 450-269
u hey may soon fed truly "at home" thought could suggest for his comfort

live enterprise in a town or section after their long journey, and may rejoice ;and interest was gladly given, "Fat h- + +*. I. ,1",1,1. .

helps the entire section by attracting in their exchange of Dakota's j 'er Brown" being a favorite with alL -

attention to it, and advertising :old for Florida's sunshine. j He had entirely recovered from an

indirectly its advantages. This operation, which was necessary a few

immediate secion is getting much desirable YOU MUST REGISTER! I months ago, but had a severe cold
and the summons which he had long
publicity through the advertisements
The law requires registration booksbe
of the Ocklawaha expected and for which his whole ministry
nurse opened in the various election districts I'
ries. had been a true time of prepara o '
on the first Monday in January tion soon came._ ,., 6) ..

o and remain open until the first DIo n', .. .. '.. . .., ,
Born .
Bishop Gray was the "boys" in 18JO, his over four score { "' " : ,0 0
among o'
lay in March for the of ; -
purpose permitting -
who visited Kirk Munroe's home on registration for the June pri- !years have brought blessing and help 0" : Q ." .
and comfort to a vast number who
New Year's to meet James Whitcomb
-nary. It should be borne in mind
would give their tribute of love to
Riley. The party was made up o. that no one will be permitted to votein ". .
Boy Scouts, accompanied by several the next primary unless he has his memory.
of their elders, and the Miami Metropolis registered during the two months the The funeral service will be held in JeeIry Gifts Ire Iwavs bond
all s t.: Luke's Cathedral at 3 o'clock this
reports as having a royal books are open, a complete new registration ,
time. afternoon, Bishop Gray officiating,
being required under the ,
o Bryin assisted by Dean Gray and Rev. A. A. ,"_
primary law. Your poll taxes for J
Heirs of Spanish grantees have the two preceding years must also be,Rickert.
started suit for an immense tract of paid 30 days I
prior to the inI ,
primaryJune. .
,land lying in Escambia including "BOUGHT AND PAID FOR"AN We complete stock and
county, The Sentinel will publish the carry a can
the right of of the Louisville EXCELLENT PLAY
way names of the district registration officers -I
& Nashville railroad for a considerable and where the books will be Last evening, at the Orlando op suit all tastes. Come in and look us over. .

distance. Such a suit arouses kept open as soon as they are an era house, George Broadhurst's pow
much interest, but those who followit nounced. erful drama, "Bought and Paid For," .

will probably have to wait a longtime ) I'I't was played to a fair sized audience,

for its final decision. STUDENTS RETURNING which was most enthusiastic over the I
o AFTER HOLIDAY'Gass !: excellent manner in which the play.
Supt Sheats went after the crooks was presented.
work will be
resumed at the!
in his address at the Key West meeting Cathedral school this morning! and 11 I The cast included seven characters, ,
of teachers. He referred to the 'and their work for the entire evening -
almost every train yesterday "houghtstudents ,
several types of crook who manageto was strong and forceful, making
secure honorable positions in the who have been at their "Bought and Paid For" one of the .....,
homes, with
or friends, for the Christmas
management of the schools. "Such vacation. best performances of its kind ever
Among the arrivalsare
dishonest men and women," he said, Misses Frances given in this city.
Bosanquet, CarrieHooks
"should not be trusted with the care Ruth Bourlay, Margaret Dooley
and training of children." Griffing trees givo results. Office
our There
Lillian Connor, Ruth Holly, Emma 11. Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE
can be no doubt that Supt Sheats Lummus, Gretchen Hodgson, Jane opposite P. 0. W. H. Brokaw,sales .
will do all in his power to drive the Greene man. 12-25-tf ,
Marion Jones, Mildred, Madeleine -
crooks out of business. He has the and Dora Carlin, Louise Curtis,

courage and force to do it. lone Neal, Elizabeth Baynard, Alice f . . . . I 9 . . . I I ........ POSTOFFICE
---0- and Marietta Drew and Margaret

Says Arthur Brisbane: "The man Ford. ULL fL L CO1 I EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

who his .
owns own house, who owns
the roof over his head and the ground W..T. EXTRICAX CUT FLOWERS'
Offers to Orlando the
newest and best -
under his fet whose
have n of workmanship in the painting and OUR SPECIALTY ..
t place that they lock upon as theirJins Iterating trade. Phone 636.
Phone 2516
own, to himself! and to his family 1?-21-lm .., . . . . .8t..o. . . -
a chance a thousand times better [
t},an that of the individual who is I Extra Extra!{

living in a box called an "apartment.j II I

Don't buy what you can't afford to I I New Studebakers are Here ,
pay for. But remember that if you I

are really able to pav the average Four Cylinder Five Passenger Touring I II For Tuesday and Wednesday

rent, you are also able to pay and I
gradually buy a home and own it!" $1,115.Four i

o Cylinder Landau Roadster $1.265. Plain and Fancy Voiles. Crepes, Ratines and Seersuckers. Regular | *f 1 O

'I 25, 1-, 50 and 75 values. Sae: Price I / 1" C
Mr. Goods M. Gu >rrv of the Ta'YtnJ Six Cylinder, Six Passenger Touring Car a
Tribune bas a wpll written editorial .
..6'0. I II Yards oddments in Laces and Embroideries values
on "Ca&'h1izin : the Scrittture" in th* I Snflfl up
Monday issue of the Tamna Tribune Prices f.o.b. Orlando.All i to 15 cents. Sae Price per yard TrC ,

Mr. Guerrv takes occasion to erolain Cars fully equipped with Electric Lights and !

why the Tribune prints the Pastor starter -and every up to-day equipment. Come : Now is the time to buy, while buying is good and pricesare
Russell sermons, because of Htcsm around and
leveled at that: paper for doing so. see them. I II I l low. Don't miss the opportunity of attending this big

He says it is done in response to a I
demand for them which comes from i Removal Sale e
San Juan Co.
many of the Tribune's readers. Ther Garage I

Mr. Guerre says, "Individually we be

: live that Pastor Russell is no more All Night Service
than a smart bss'ness man with mor
als adjusted to his conception of the -

easiest way to make money I/'k AJAX TIRES guaranteed 5000 Five ::1.J.t.ABrO: ;F- I'VES
! others he has
many found that th*
cent off for cash
; pulpit affords a broad field for spreading -

the Word with a gold ring."

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. . . . . . . . . . . uMMMIMMMMMButt's . . IMMMi. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MMMIMIMMIMMMMMMM 1"'I" " " " "w4"'I" .

LAYS f FRESH f [CANOES f i The Beginning of i

" .,- : The End

iA .
are not only the highest grade candies you can -

buy, but the freshest. Made in our clean kitchens, where : Our Removal Sale-is drawing to an end.

sunshine and fresh. air abound. If you give your wife or ..LUCERNE CIRCLE.. : If you have not taken advantage of our

I sweetheart a box of Butt's Chocolates or Caramels she :

will always greet you with a welcoming smile., Take one BEST FLORIDA .
MADE CIGAR greatShoe

to her tonight. Sold by all dealers, 5 Cents Bargains '


I : do so at once. You should not let an opportunity

I like this go by.

Tl' r KTCHEN t I .

Men's $5.00 Flursheim Shoes. and Oxfords $3.65

and $2.95. .

Men's Howard & Foster $4 50 Shoes and Oxfords '
Orange Avenue
'3 35.

0I I I II $4.00 Ladies Shoes and Oxloids all Leathers $2 89.

.. . . .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1..I i 4MMMMMMMM MMMM " $j.50 Ladies hoes and Oxford; all Leathers $2 69.

I ,

I Mr. John Townsend, of Cleveland,I I I Mr. C. R. Morrison, of Tampa, is a DQllDC Ull QDOIIDCDall CDall Cv : EveryPairiiitheHouseReducea .

Ohio, is in Orlando late arrival at the San Juan.
WADE a guest of tks j FAVORIIE THEATRE :
I San Juan. I I Mr. and :Mrs. F. T. Shreiber and
Mr. J. G. Stikeleather Miss Dorothy motored to Orlando yes- v
ORLANDO FLA. of Asheville,
N. C., is terday and spent last night at the I'
among today's at the
J guests S SI :
San Juan. i San Juan. 2 P. M. Night 6:30

Mr. Leigh Newell has returned to I Messrs. J. E. and H. F. Phipps, I ADMISSION CENTS j : ,

Mr. E. H. Tomlinson is down from the University of Virginia to resume popular transportation men and favorites .oa >C:D( >C!I D( K>G D( >0 0 G K>A" ,

Jacksonville on business. i| his studies, after spending the holi-!;, in Orlando are here today Special Feature Program! i:

Warman Repairs and Retires Baby days at home in Orlando. looking after (the interests of their Imp.'s Great Educational Picture! |: E. G. DuckworthFEET

Carriages on Court street. 12-5-tf I Mr. Kendrick Guernsey has returnedto respective lines, the Mobile (.& Ohio "From Mine to Mint" j 1:

W. B. Willett, of Maitland, was the University of Pennsylvania to and the Southern railway. J j Nestor's Big Comedy Feature I'

transacting business in town yester- resume his studies, after spending the I Mrs. E. R. Favor, who had been visiting j "Beauty and the Ugly One"Gem's : FITTER

day afternoon. Christmas vacation in Orlando. her sister, Mrs. G. A. Wingate, Rip-roaring Comedy! ,,:
98I her home, the Belmont First "The Manicure" II
at on ,
Special line of White Blankets, Mr. R. S. Davies, a former well I, Orlando FloridaMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM
having from Win- Coming -
avenue come over
cents a pair, at Boardman's "Store ofSatisfaction known resident of Orlando, arrived in ,
ter Park to spend Christmas, returned "Dick Whittington's Cat"-3 Reels :
the city last evening and registeredat ,
I home to train Tuesday afternoon.I .-
Miss Ruby Wilkins spent the weekend the San Juan from Macon, Ga. Daytona: I .

8 in DeLand, the guest of Miss Marion -j! The Arcade restaurant, full of I Gazette-News. CIVIC LEAGUE BOARD MEETING I. .
,! Mrs. Wade has received the Ford .
Davidson. cooks and waiters, is ready to serve
i automobile which she won in the recent The executive board of the Civic I HMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMoney "
Long Coats and Coat Suits greatly everybody. Good service; come and D
contest at the Grand theater and :
League will meet this morning in the
reduced at Boardman's "Store of Sat- try us. The Arcade. 1-6-1t
Prof. Wade has taken a few lessonsin Tea and Rest Room at ten o'clock. :
isfaction. It Mr. and Mrs. A. Dood and daughter -I t to Loan
driving it, but has not .iciuircJ ,
Mr. John F. Andrews has arrived Miss Bertha, who recently came sufficient skill to get into th-j push

from Chafin, 111., and expects to spend here from Boise,:Idaho, are pleasantly j jI Ion Orange avenue. At present: he H RECEPTION DA\ POSTPONED :, '-

the winter here. I I located for the winter at 14 East enjoying his rides out on the1 byroads ,

Ladies' hair dressing, massage, I i I Amelia. in the country.Mr. Today being the date of the reopening : Loans in of$500 to $3000on
of the Cathedral school after sums
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. :
electric drier. Gem Barber Cooper and
shampoo, and Mrs. E. :M. Cooper, of Cadiz ,
Shop. 1-2-tf son, Mr. J. P. Cooper, have arrived Ind., are in Orlando for the win- the usual holidays, the faculty post : IMPROVED INSIDE property fora
from New Castle Ind. pone the reception usually held on the
to the
Mrs. M. S. Weaver arrived last spend ter. Mr. Cooper has been writing
night from Ludwicia, Ga., to visit her winter.Pine streetI They are located at 406 East I some interesting travel articles for first Tuesday of each month. I.I.I.: term of FIVE years. Principaland

sister, Mrs. J. W. Cain. I i j I his home paper, the Newcastle Morning -' I.
New Voile Waists-Spring Styles-I I Misses Lillian and Edna Southgate I Star, an ? in time will write his NOTICE TO MASONS ::t interest payable in monthly

on sale at Boardman's "Store of Sat- arrived yesterday from Fort Thomas, impressions of Orlando. Mr. Cooperis .
0 isfaction. It Ky., to spend the winter, and are now a talented descriptive writer, and Orlando Lodge No. 69, F. & A. M., : instalments.S. .

guests of their sister, Mrs. Benj. Orlando will receive some beneficial will meet in their hall, Tuesday, Jan.
Mrs. L L Mauch, of Arcadia, is
Drew, on Lake Eola. advertising through his articles uary 6th, at 2 p. m., for the purpose :
visiting her daughter, Mrs. E. A. wAr
Thomas, at her home on Lucerne Cir- Miss Shepard, directoress of the Plumbing Inspector McIntosh has of attending the funeral of our late ': .
physical culture and dancing classescf Brother B. F. Brown.
sold his Dime Restaurant Church
cle. I the Cathedral school on Your presenceearnesUy requested.By .. . . MMMMMMMMMMMMMI1MMMMIMtMMMMJMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMtf. ..
yesterday street to Mr. Costlas, from Jacksonville -
Mr. C. T. C. Pierce, of Rochester,
I order of the W. M.
from Chicago, where she
and is vis- spent, who took possession last evenling. -,
Y. arrived
N. yesterday,
I the holidays with relatives. j Secretary.
Mr. Costlas is Greek
and if
B. of
iting his brother, Mr. C. Nye, ; .
211 Jackson street Miss Ware, winter tourist, who has he runs such a place as some of the': t

many friends in Seabreeze, followinga Greeks run in Jacksonville, he will be Mr. and, Mrs. P. D. Sias and three :
Fleece lined Underwear, for Men
delightful visit with Mrs. Evern-I a credit to Orlando and have a very children arrived in the city on Friday :
and Women, 25 cents and 50 cents a
don at Hastings, is spending the sea-!(popular place. Mr. McIntosh will last from Sioux City, Iowa, and are '
garment, at Boardman's "Store of The PatronsOf
M son in Orlando this winter.-Daytona 'move his family back to his home the guests of their cousin Mrs. W. K. : .
Satisfaction. It
. Gazette-News. place on Lake Concord. Curry, on East Livingston avenue. :
Walker returned from I
Miss Lorena
t Jacksonville last night, where she has Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mooneyham, of Mayo Dade, who represents Chase Mr. Sias is a retired hardware man : The Sanitary Grocery were greeted with a Great
Raleigh, N. C., are in Orlando on their & Co., of Jacksonville, who is in the and is looking over Orlando with a '
been visiting Miss Mary Chapman for : White when entered that place of business
bridal tour, and are visiting Mr. and city this week, investigated the ques- view to finding a home either in the Way they
the week. ,
past Mrs. J. R. Yearby,on North Orange tion of the locating here of an up-to- city or immediate vicinity. He is de- yesterday, Messrs. Caruthers & Gore issued an order
The new Cloth Top Button Shoes avenue. Mrs. lighted with the prospects and it is
Mooneyham is Mr. date packing house. This will call fora
so much in vogue, Sorosis make, on Yearby's sister. I building of some size, with sidetracks safe to say that further acquaintancewill that went into effect with the New Year, that all clerksin
ale at Boardman's "Store of Sat is-
increase his
faction. It Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Schreiber and I and other equipment for the only delight. their employ must wear white uniforms.

daughter, Miss Dorothy, arrived yes- ( proper dispatch of the business. It.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. D. Gibson, of I Ocklawaha Nurseries, home of Flor-
terday by auto from Ocala, to be with is probable that the firm he represents -
Youngstown, Ohio, are among Orlan- Dean and Mrs. Gray today, this beingthe will act favorably along this ida's best fruit trees, easily reached

do's prominent winter visitors. Theyare ninth anniversary of the dean's line and that work will begin soon.I .- fromcall parts of Orange, Lake, Semi-

occupying the Summerlin cottage. ordination to the priesthood. Fellsmere Tribune. i!nole, Osceola and Volusia counties by

Miss Abbie Jones of the musical I auto over hard surfaced roads, most
Mr. and Mrs. L Cooley and niece, Ocklawaha Nurseries, home of
department of the Cathedral school, Miss Grace McCaw, of Geneva, N. Y., I Florida's best fruit trees, easily convenient for all planters and most THE SANITARY GROCERY
I reliable in Florida. Ocklawaha Nurseries -
returned yesterday, after a vacation are among the recent arrivals who II reached from all parts of Orange, i
I Fla. Write for eat-
pleasantly spent at Rockledge. will stay in the city all winter. Thisis Lake, Seminole, Osceola and Volusia alog. CARUTHERS & GORE

Ocklawaha Nurseries have the fin- their first visit to Orlando and theyare counties by auto over hard surfaced
est strain of pineapple orange trees, delighted. They are located at roads, most convenient for all planters -!
I FOR RENT-Nicely furnished,, quiet Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street
warranted to produce strictly fancy 203 West street and most reliable in Florida.
I I rooms in new home, close! in; electric -
fruit. Ocklawaha Nurseries, Tangerine Misses Gladys and Winnie Thomas, Ocklawaha Nurseries, Tangerine, Fla. light, hot and cold water bath, -.--.-----.--
Fla. Write for catalog. Write for catalog.W. fireplace in large front room. 114 y
with Miss Edith
left last
night East Jackson street. l-6-3t : CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

Mr. Frank Holland, son of Mr. and for Columbia college, Lake City, to T. .. It. I. .I J . . . . I . . I I . . I l I I . , , T f t t .A.4
Mrs. R. L. Holland, left yesterday to resume their studies. Miss Edith: Pot- ENTRICAN. FOR'SALE-Three building lots, rea-

resume his studies in the Universityof ter is from Pennsylvania and is direc- Makes a specialty of painting, papering sonablv close in, at sacrifice nrice. MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMREMOVAL +. .. .
Florida at Gainesville.Mr. tor of music: in Columbia ,college this refinishing floors, furniture etc. Improved with fruit trees and shrub-
Phone 636. 1221.1m bery. Address Room 2, Tremott
Frank Levington, of Newark, year. She spent the holidays with 0 _____ hotel. l-6-3t SALE
the Mi ses Thomas at their beautiful o ,
N. J., is among the visitors to Orlando Clean sale Overcoats, Suits
home, "Dixie," on Lucerne Circle. sweep I LUTHER THE FLORIST Commencing Tuesday, January 6th, we will of-
for the winter. He is very much Sweaters, Woolen Underwear. Brown
Late grapefruit for April to July fer our Clothing, Hats Sweaters 001 Underwearat
pleased and will remain until late in & Lartigue. 1661OSTEOPATHY I Cut Flowers
the spring. market assured the planter of Bo- cut prices lor CASH.

went, Florida Standard and Marsh I ROSES, VIOLETS, Overcoats
Many people are walking around Seedless varieties. Sold reasonable I $30 00 Suit $20.50 $25.00 $17.50
Orlando streets nowadays asking this prices for Al stock at Ocklawaha I CARNATIONS, PANSIES, 25.00 Suits 17-50 20.00 Overcoats 14.75
question: "Are you still sticking?" Suits 18.00 Overcoats 13.50
Nurseries, Tangerine Fla.
Write for DR. J. C .HOWELL POTTED PLANTS 22.50 15.75
but we are not supposed to know o 1650 Overcoats 12.00
catalog. Hours, 10.12.3-5, and by appointment I 20.00 Suits 14.75
what this means.
i Clean sweep sale of Stetson Hats No extra charge for house treatment SWEATERS HATS

Clean sweep sale of Regal Shoes. and No Name Hats. Brown & Lar- Telephone! connections : COAL CIIARCOAL I

Brown & Lartigue. 1-G-Ct tigue. i.6-6t Office cor. Orange and Central Aves. $3-oo Sweaters $2.25 $5.00 Hats 3.50

WOOD 2.;0 Sweaters i.7y I 400 Hats 2.78

2.00 Sweaters 1.35 j 13.00 Hats 2.25

Veneer Cores i.;o Sweaters 1 10'' 2.50 Hats 1.75

Seasoned Heart Pine Remember we only handle the celebrated Hart, r
For Phone Oak Wood
Drugs 20 All sizes and lengths Scha"n r & Marx line of Cloth, s. All Men's and

Bay's Trousers are included in this: sale.

Kodak Dtparlmfnl-U'e Develop .ard: Pii.il Ycnr film'. (OrlaudoYOHI I ( ) ( ( YardB.

McElroy Pharmacy Phcnr 344 104 W. Pine St.
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: WHAT IS YOUR GUESS transact business with a hard headedone. FOR SALE-New residence, 409 Anderson EIGHT-ROOM furnished house; gas .... .. .......... .II.IIIIIIIII..I.I'I.... li... .
ABOUT SPRING street. Terms, half down, and electric lights. 205 E. Robinson :
balance two years time. Inquire on avenue, on Lake Eola. 12-23-tf ,
premises afternoons, or E. H. Gore,
Farm and Fireside says: "Why is Ten years after marriage if a man Caruthers & Gore Sanitary Grocery, FOR RENT-New furnished rooms in '

! a cold winter followed _by a late happens to tell his wife that he loves 6 and 8 E. Pine St. 11-29-lm new modern home; every convene

t spring? Or is it? A German student her, she looks around for a soft spotin ience; kitchenette if desired; reason- <
i FOR SALE-At a bargain, twentyacre able. 14 E. Amelia avenue, next doorto
of the weather has found that which to throw a fit.-Chicago grove; five hundred grapefruittrees the Wyoming. 12-1-tf

then the soil at a depth of two feet News. fifty tangerine trees, and 750
I is about two degrees colder than usual orange trees. Grove should pay for
itself in two Address P. 0. MISCELLANEOUS
back the ten A quantity of cauliflower was years.
it spring days. Box 105, Orlando, Fla. .
One would think, then, that when shipped from Sanford last week and 1218d&wtfFOR WANTED-Dining room girls. Apply

snow comes early in the fall and lies brought the growers $1.50 net. Orland hotel. 1-6-tf
SALE OR RENT-With i Finest Line ofSouvenir
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deep the ground all winter, thus
on. and tools, best farm in county; va- DRESSMAKING at 307 E. Pine St. .
keeping the earth from freezing, the Blessed is the peacemaker, in the f
riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- 12-12-1m .
spring would be apt to come on more estimation of the chap who is gettingthe to-date buildings, etc. Box 144, Orlando China .
promptly after the spring thaw thanin short end of it. J. Van Buskirk. 12-21-tf WANTED-At once, child nurse; one
willing to travel Apply 411 South
the case of a long, cold winter Main street. l-G-3t .' Ever in Orlando
with little snow and deep freezing.1! Filo McAllister of Pensacola has FOR RE.YI -----

Haven't some of our old and weather- been appointed by Governor Tram- WANTED-Team of horses, wagon,:
and farm implements. D. P. Sias
wise readers some observations to report mell to be registration officer of Es. FOR RENT-Furnished seven-room 83 Arcade building. 1-6-3t t
on this?" ,cambia county, filling the unexpiredterm house. Call at Sentinel. 12-14-tf

I of Frank Maura, who has tendered LOST-Lady's handbag, containing
FOR pleasant, comfortable rooms, in trunk check, letters addressed to McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
RINGING OUT TilE OLD- his resignation.The I I new house, light housekeeping, see Mrs. Hattie Kluge, small sim money.
RINGING IN THE NEW!! Mrs. Johnson, Yowell's store. Return to Orange County Realty Co.
city commission is already be- 12-31-lw 1-G-lt

.coming "used to it.. .- I STORE
Advertising does not wait for New
.. ; 'I" II.tt'I'II IIOIIIC II&t lllett 4
Year's bells to speed the parting and If you want the news, you need .

welcome the coming.It the Sentinel.
is doing it every minute of the TO SELL

day-through the columns of live I

newspapers like the Sentinel.It PEOPLE'S WAM'S' i Next Door to Evan's Jewelry Store i;

is ringing out old methods and j ; Four modern California Bungalows -

old fogy ideas. t

It is ringing in service, security, 3IUNMMAKEK5 ? now in construction. H611b

guaranties, and satisfaction. Notices of Lost. Wanted. For Sale For
Advertising is as fatal to old fogy- Rent. etc.. for this column i"c: for one day.
50c for three days or Jl.OO for one week, for tAll
ism as a New Year's broom is to lastyear's .!S worth or !I.*-.. Money must ac cobwebs. the advertisements for this column, aa no
insertions will be made on eredit
Modern advertising is the literature i
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of life and helpfulness. It is the mes- FOR SALE i I __ __ _____ h__ __ t
sage of "live ones" to "live ones."
FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms, WM'TEDgood woman for cook . ... , +
It is the voice of Progress callingout Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, I.IIIIOI.611."I+tllllll..
with bath, for light housekeeping. and general house work. Call 111
to you to come along and jumpon on Court street. 12-5-tf 203 East Jackson St. 12-30-tf Hillcrest avenue. 1-3-3t

the band wagon.
Are you going to let the other fellows FOR SALE-New $15 dress-making:; FOR RENT-Two large rooms, well WANTED white girl for general aG i tftt'ttlallIIIIIII. = t+iO..ttll.tt
form, for $8. Call 218 Ridgewoodavenue located; reasonable rent by the housework; small family, good
all the things
get good mornings. 1-3-tf month or year. 406 S. East St. wages. Apply West street, opposite 6' I

year? I FOR SALE-A good pointer dog. 1-6-lw i Glenwood apartments. 1-4-31_ :Kill the Cbill'9

A. R. Merrill, at South Florida FOR RENT-Desirable room with !I WANTED-Ladies, bring your comb-
POINTED Foundry. 1-2-3t 1! modern conveniences, and board, in I i ings and cut hair to 305 Garland
private family. No. 9 E. Concord. street.' We will make them as desired indications point toward a cold winter -
good manager can be his own FOR SALE-Seven room house. 1.6-3t or purchase same for cash.
boss.It. street.Terms to suit. Call 500 Anderson 1-3-2t 'Nickolas & Nickolas. 12-30-lm this year and the best way to be comfortable ii

FOR RENT-Furnished large front 4
room all modern conveniences; LOST-Gold cuff link, with initial on cold mornings and il
female detective to follow FOR lot in Orlando,,I ; evenings
takes a SALE-Cheapest with private family close in, 302 "B, somewhere on the Orlando '
the fashions.* 50x150, fronting on Palmer avenue,, North Orange Ave. 1-6-Gt streets Monday. If found leave at the or during the day in office is to have i
one-half mile from postoffice. Price Sentinel office, and receive reward of a
$225 cash. Hugh C. Allen. 12315tI FOR nE Furnished rooms in new $1.00. 1-1-tf I
In order to lay a man i
up money
must salt down his coin. I FOR SALE-Cabbage palmetto, live, housekeeping.house! just completed G04 Magnolia; also avenue.light AGRICULTURAL blasting, ditching, REZNOR GAS HEATERA

I I oaks, and water oaks, at OsceolaWigwam. 12-31-lw subso'ling: tree planting, stump
Sign on Winetr Park road orchard land
blowing, renovating
Just before Christmas the days are 'half way marks road.: ,FOR RENT-Furnished house, ten cleared ready for the plow. Dynamite; : They are cheap to buy and very econom- i
shortest-the men, after Christmas. 1 and supplies. Estimates I
I' and sleepinc porch centrally cheerfully
/ I }located: statable for either one or furnished. L. N. Lewis, 406 East St.,I% ical 3 to 6 cents an hour, according to the *
Good 40 little nortl:I
However, a good natured friend is property; aro s two families. Address F. G. Rnsh. Orlando, Fla. l-_ -lm
'of Orlando, on beautiful lake. Young
sometimes an enemy in disguise i budded grove, bearing; good dwelling: City. 11-20-tf NOTICE I 1 size-and are the cleanest and most con- %

fool catch hus-.The farm ideal-good place range for, plenty poultry room.and dairj good I FOR RENT A new G-room cottage, Notice is hereby given that the I venient heating made. No wood, ashes ort :
Any woman can a completely furnished from table
milk trade established Will sell stocl, Tesrular! stockholders meeting of the I
band, but it takes a clever one to i with place. Box 34, Route 2, OrlandoFla. linen up. Walter W. Rose, Real Estate .. Stelberlou Land Company will be held I oil to carry just turn the valve and 0 strikea
office Curtis & O'Neal's.next
hold him. 12-15-ln:; over in the office of Dickinson & Dickinson -
to P. 0. Phone 555. 1-3-tf at"Orlando, Florida, at 10 o'clocka. i a match.
FOR SALE I. -- - m., January 12th H14'
A yellow cur looks as lonesome as An artistic and beautiful home; FOR RENT-Newly furnished rooms, C. P. DICKINSON,
a defeated candidate after an elec. modern and complete in every partic and board; all conveniences; large -
tion. ular. Seven large rooms and bath:; veranda; nicely kept grounds; nothing NOTICE
immense closets. Screened sleepin better for the money in Florida; The books for the registration of
''and rear porches; ten-foot verand a near in. 205 Magnolia Ave. 1-3-Gt voters in Orange county will be ORLANDO l WATER LIGHT
Take close look at the people m.
a you &
'across' in
entire front. A few bearinj; opened my office at the Court
meet every day and rejoice. that you i trees, flowers and shrubbery. Nevland ; FOR RENT-Large, well furnished House on Monday, January 5th, 1914,
"'were Tiot born a cannibal. I near in, fine location. | room to persons wishing suburban and will be kept open six days in
i; Anyone desiring an ideal home",accommodations; also 2 acres good each week, until the first Monday in Gas Department4MMHHIMMMM
]i address truck land, close in. Good opportunity March, 1914.
A soft hearted man always gets the I OWNER, P. 0. Box 495. 'I for right person. Address A," W. L. DOLIVE,
worst of it when he has occasion to '11-2-tf :Sentinel.. fa 9-8tf 1-3-tf Supervisor of Registration. .60.0'IOI. .III"II..I..I.I.I.'II"I'III..f


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want to thank our friends for their liberal patronage

during our great Stock Reducing Sale and assure all that

your patronage has been thoroughly appreciated. .

It has been our purpose to serve the people of ORANGE

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

goods at the lowest prices consistent for good merchandise.

'- It will be our purpose during the n&t year to carry a greater

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

satisfactorily than in the past. ,

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

as will, to come to our store, as we propbse to show our I 0

appreciation of your past dealings with us by giving you genuine .

bargains on every item in our store.Kincaid ,


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Breakfast 7:30: to 9 a.m.
Dinner 11:30: to 2 p. m.

Supper 5:30 to 7:30 p. m.

Model 43 Chassis: Five-passenger touring car Wheel base is 116 inches; double drop frame.
Motor 41-4x5 1-4; four cylinders, cat in pairs; u>'k power plant; cone clutch; selective type transmission
; German silver "V" shaped radiator, square ti..a type; Mromlivrj carburetor; full rijatine rear We are prepared to give
axle. New Departure bearings; tires, 35 x 4 1-2; proved Delco electric starting, lighting and ignition
system Gasoline capacity, 21 gallons, tank carried at rear, pressure feed; Standard demountable rims;
10 inch upholstering; nickel trimmings; body, steel; colors: blue or gray, black running gear Prices clean and quick service.
fully equipped: Touring car, $1,875 delivered Other models $1,150 to $:jOOO.

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new record for nsh receipts in have been outgrown and more room
one day was made here yesterday is not only desirable but necessary.-..:. Dr. BucKmaster
when five schooners of one firm's fleet 'limes-Union short Talks. I I -
arrived with good catches, says the j Osteopathic'Physician "H'U'UU'P"4I,.,.. .. '
Pensacola correspondent of the Jack- The attractive town of Winter Parkis
sonville Times-Union. The total was being further enhanced by the establishing -! 132 Orange Avenue .,..... ." .,1..0.. ,..... I In 1M L Pot!.M M.M M M M M M I m M.r $
196,000 pounds, mostly of snappers. of a pretty park, besides II tI II II "It II II II u.-" |U I I I : MMtMiMMMMHMUM t
She vessels had all been out for about general improvements and cleaningup. Next door to People's Bank, ; ......... ,.. .
three weeks, as fishermen report that I up-stairs. Acute. and chron .... MMHIMM
fish are now scarcer than in years I ic diseases treated.Telephone .
close in, and it is necessary to sail for If you want the news, read the
hundreds: of miles before finding them. Sentinel. 578.
The vessels arriving and their catches : Orla.nd.o"Water
were as follows: Haud Silvia, 33,000 !
pounds of snappers and 15,000 poundscf
groupers; Ruth A. Welles, 25,000 &z Co.
p pounds of snappers and 5,000 poundsof For This Week Light
groupers; Mary E. Cooney, 42,000 o

of pounds groupers of snappers; Fish Hawk and ,6,000 with pounds 26,000 ElectricityGas
pounds of snappers and 15,000 pound l n to Lent Offon All II 0 ,

of groupers; Kwasind, 20,000 poundsof Water Ice
snappers and 6,000 pounds of I 0

groupers. i:I I Wash Materials:1IssEs I
II I' a Office---No. J8 West Central Avenue
Fort Pierce is growing popula- .
tion and importance and as is alwaysthe : ]: HAMILTON & DUNN
No. 6
case the postoffice business is one f f Telephone
cf the surest indicators of ad\ance-
ment. An official of the departmentwas 0
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District Deputy Grand Master T. J. FactsJ

I Rooney conducted the installation, the ri .

THESTATE new officers being each presented in --
i turn by Grand Marshal Martin Zel- t ----- --

lers, who performed his duties ina -- -- -

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the room and solemnly presented to -1; I

of Orlando the presiding officer, then invested - Last year your Income was $

with the regalia of his office.R. ::

D. Banner was next presented Family expenses were --

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as Vice-Grand, and duly invested.
Rent Taxes Insurance.
Then the new secretary, J. T. Dale, =

after his presentation, was decoraed I Personal expenses ==
LONG ESTABLISHEDSAFE with the collar and jewel marking his .

office, and was given an impressive .; Gifts and Luxuries f-

charge as to the duties he was assum-
CONSERVATIVE Money set aside for old age or children's Ii.
ing, a somewhat similar reminder of

ACCOMMODATING the importance and responsibility of :; Education V ..

his office being accorded to the new .
treasurer, P. F Laubach, followinghis Totals -

investiture with regalia of office. .

The following minor officers were I I ; .

1 then were appointed later escorted, each one by invested the Grand and pj Let us lidp you do batter in 3934 r11 r-

:Marshal to their seats. c

Warden, Owen Larson conductor, "
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a pleasure to serve you.
P. D. Wycuff; chaplain, Charles Phil- t.

lips; right scene supporter, P. B. .
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Grand,, H. K. Wood; inside guardian,
G. T. Hull outside guardian, F. A.
Granniss has been the ; ,
Charles i I {'4 u lllllil!I, I I {! I '''' l I I III, I I i i i i ' d,1 J LI L.I 'hlMl a f !IIQIII III!
honoree of a number of social courte- The first Sunday of the New Year
The presiding officer then made an
sies since her return to Orlando, and 'was a great day with the Methodists.The MMMtlMMMMMIHOM Jt t..I.f. . . . . . . , " . . .i'Nf.+#MHi
earnest charge to the new officers .tf . _ I.IIII.ttt.IIIII..I.IIIIIOI..I..III.'I""I'II.e"IIII'III&
an especially delightful card party Sunday school, the Junior Ep- .1\
jointly, admonishing them that they .
was given for her yesterday afternoonat wotrh League and the Senior
Leaguewere each fulfill to the best of their ability
the Tea Room-the hostesses be- splendid services.At .
their various duties, aiding and
supporting -
ing the members of the WednesdayCard the morning preaching service .
their Noble Grand and ever
club.Screens. the large chorus choir trained by Mr.
upholding the honor and the high
were used to set aside the A. P. Curry, 'that prince of musical 1 pur

players' tables from the main hall, directors, thrilled the great congrega! pose of this order. .
To this the new officers gave their
and the improvised room was taste- tion with Sheldon's glorious "Ten
solemn pledge of acceptance, of striving
fully decorated with ferns, vines, and Hundred Times Ten Thousands."
to fulfill aright the duties
huge bowls of expuisite roses. Ten Dr. Wray's subject was "Swearing ally assigned. t

tables of players attended, and en- Off, or New Year's Resolution." Next
All present were requested to stand .
joyed an exciting contest at progressive Sunday his subject will be "Samson's
while a brief, earnest petition was
"five hundred"The Tragedy, or When God Leaves a ;
offered for God's blessing and guid-
cards each bore M "
tally a pictureof an.
ance for the new officers and for all #
a pretty girl, beneath which was At the evening service the congregation \
members of the lodge.
the number of the couple and table. was even greater than at the
The District Deputy Grand Masters
The scoring was done on the reverse morning hour, and Miss Edith {
a short further charge to the
of the card-Mrs. A. B. Whitman Potter, teacher of vocal music at Columbia

Noble Grand, with the wish that"peace' I
winning the lovely bouquet of roses college, Lake City, sang Buzzi-
honor and prosperity" attend
which was awarded as prize. The Pecci's "Gloria." Miss Potter has Watch. this
a his term, and announced that all officers
guest prize was also a fragrant bou- wonderful voice and she delighted the
were dutly installed and the new
quet of roses. immense throng. Mr. Curry, whoa is
Noble Grand placed in full chargeof
Ice cream, several kinds of cake, warm favorite in Orlando, charmedthe
the Orlando I
and coffee, deliciously prepared by people with a fine solo, Ware's
A bright selection, well rendered, .
Mrs. Cornish, were served at the close "The Cross." H Space <
by the orchestra added to the evenlug's <
of the afternoon. Dr. Wray. preached "Sermon No. .
enjoyment, after which Rev.
Among those present were: Mes- 15" of his popular series to young
Preston Boyd responded to a requestfor
dames Chas. Granniss, E. P. Monroe, people on "Love, Courtship and Marriage
an address. He high tributeto
Hamilton Johnson Geo. B. Green J. gave .
and his subject was "The
the and work of this order,
Hugh Reese, W. G. Johnson, Schaffer, Green-eyed :Monster, or How Jealousy purpose
emphasizing the need of service for
Picot, Carmack, H. A. Vivian, S. Meyer Wrecks Hearts and Homes." Next
others, of living to help, not to be
L. A. Spencer, Edward Hauselt, Sunday night he will preach "SermonNo. .
helped; that the order of Odd Fellows
Reichard, H. Hallack, S. B. Chalfant, 16," "A Piece of Wedding Caketo
seeks to alleviate suffering, to
S. A. Robinson, Henry Bartlett, A. B. Dream On."
help humanity, and no member can
Whitman, C. E. Johnson, J. C. How- Dr. Wray says that his is the
afford to lower its high standards.
ell, J. B. Lawton, W. C. McLean, W. "church of the masses," for the people
A social time followed whilean
E. Hudson, W. L. Wescott, 0. S. Robinson crowd ther efrom all parts of Orlando merry
excellent enjoyed by
repast was
E. F. Sperry, J. L Watson, and the surrounding country. .
members and guests alike, full justice
J. I. Thornton E. J. Temple, J. You are mos tcordially invited next
being done to the sandwiches, coffee
Schnarr, Josiah Ferris, and Misses Sunda ..yBISHOP
cake and ice which completedthe
Cynthia McKee, Hattie Hudson, Duf-
evening's entertainment.
fey, Black and Rita Lawton. GRAY CONFIRMED

PARTY AT WINTER PARK HOTEL Bishop Gray reurned yesterdayfrom

St. Petersburg, where he made

Mrs. Jessie Mallory Thayer, who his visitation Sunday and confirmeda Elsewhere in the Sentinel Scruggs IN. P. YOWELLMMIIIMMMIIIMMIMIHI
& Dickson tell of the big removal
prettily entertained two dozen friends class of fifteen candidates.; He has
t sale which will begin at their storetoday.
at dinner at the New Seminole hotelat now confirmed 395 persons since the
Scruggs & Dickson will move
Winter Park last Friday last meeting of convocation (the end
evening, of last shortly into the building on the opp . 1,11,1.1.1.,11,111,11,1,111.1..1.1. . . . . . . . .,
January and
was hostess for another delightful ), as another class site side of Orange avenue and will a. MM M I M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M I M I M **M M M M M M M M .

dinner last evening at the Seminole, awaits his expected visit to Ocala tomorrow ---- -.... -
become of the Dickson-Ives
her guests including twenty-four Or- this will bring his record for a This part is to =' II I I .- .cI::

lando friends. A delicious menu was slightly less than a year to over 400. company. company represent r
a consolidation of the firms of
served and the daintily appointed table -
Dickson & Ives, groceries; Marion B.
was decorated with roses and CATHEDRAL SERVICES TODAY
Ives, dress goods and millinery, and
Scruggs & Dickson, gents' furnishing
Today being the feast of
the Epiphany
goods. stores now occupied by

COUNTRY CLUB DANCE the Holy Eucharist will be celebrated Dickson & Ives and Newton P. Yow- The CONFIDENCE have
in St. Luke's placed
WEDNESDAY NIGHT Cathedral both ell will be remodeled for the occupancy you :

at 7 and at 10 a. m., the annual meeting

of the newly organized firm,
of the Cathedral branch of the in us during the past makes us
Arrangements have been completedfor Woman's Auxiliary to be held immediately and the place of business will be opposite o year p

the Country Club dance on after the second service. of that the of Yowell-Duckworth the big departmentstore GRATEFUL. We that during fi

Wednesday night, and the affai: com n assure you fi

promises to be one of much enjoyment pany.

to all who are so fortunate as: MARION IVES' SPECIAL SALE 1914 we shall endeavor to please Your

to be present. The guests are to include NOT READY TO MOVE
Ladies should bear in mind the
the club members and their removal than
sale which LI more ever.AIM LI
friends. begins at this store The Sentinel is requested by DI .
today and pay it a visit. It is Mr.
Newton P. Yowell to say that no del
Ives' intention to the
purge establishment nite time has been set for the removal -
j MRS. BRADSHAW AND MRS. of everything in order to save y
of the stock of goods from the
FOSGATE THE HOSTESSES moving to his store and
new the
store now occupied by him to the
prices will be such that the desired Yowell-Duckworth building. The & CO Jewelers '

The "T. B. C." will be entertainedthis result will no doubt be realized. Sentinel published in its Sunday issuea ,, f

afternoon by Mrs. J. N. Brad news story to this effect, the information

shaw, at her home on East Pine Fire losses in Tampa during the for which was furnished by

street, while Mrs. Chester Fosgate year 1913 amounted to approximately one whom the Sentinel had reason to Everything Guaranteed. Prompt Repairing n .

Will be hostess for the Younger Matron $129,891.71 and n .
$115,007.13 of this i believe, and whose statements were

*' Card dub. was covered by insurance. not questioned. ::1.:11:11. II II IJ I ICICI r



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