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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 7, 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: VID00298
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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: THE MORNING SENTINEL,



... THE PEOPLE'S PAPER.


Direct 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, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 19U. NUMBER 283.REGISTRATION .





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City Commissioner S. A. Johnson Bishop Mann officiated for a full
TEN DOLLARS FOR PRESIDENTIAL
:will give a demonstration on Orange service in southern Florida yesterday IS HELD FOR BLACKMAIL PRIMARY

EACH DEPUTY I avenue at 11 o'clock this morning to morning, the feast of the Epiphany, MEASURE

I prove the advantages of his proposed when he celebrated the Holy Eucharist

traffic ordinance requiring motor cars in St. Luke's Cathedral at 10
ALLEGED TO HAVE MADE MALICIOUS FRANK LA VERENE HAD A GAY
to angle in at the curbs when broughtto o'clock, assisted by Bishop Gray and
'INSPECTOR IS APPOINTED ATTACK ON GAINESVILLE OFFICE HOLDERSa-ACTIYE
a stop. the dean, Archdeacon Rickert being TIME WHILE HE WAS

ATTORNEY i Some tim ago Commissioner John- also in the chancel. AT IT

I son said that he would introduce such There was no sermon, but Bishop

TO VISIT ALL PORTIONS OF TilE Gainesville, Fla., Jan. 6.-R. Eric I an ordinance soon after he took his Mann in a few happily worded sen- The flipping of a coin, according to BILL IS TO BE FR.UIEDXD

COUNTY AND REPORT DE. hallo of Miami, superintendent of :. seat on the city commission, and the tences expressed his pleasure in hold- Frank Hicklither, alia E. West, alias SUBMITTED TO GOVERNORSOF

,' LIXQUENTS TO COUNTY schools of Dade county, and who has exhibition which will be arranged today ing his first service in his new field Frank LaVerene, arrested at Orlandoby STATES BEFOREPRESENTATION

just been honored by election as pres- : is in line of carrying out this at the Cathedral, saying that he real- United States Marshal J. C. Brownon
SOLICITOR
ident of the Florida Educational association 'promise. He wants the other mem- ized somewhat of the magnitude of a charge of using the mails in an I!,

registration officers are to at the meeting in Key bers of the commission and the peo- the work before him, as also of that attempt to blackmail, brought to hima I I Special to the Sentinel.Washington

receive Deputy a bonus of ten dollars each West, ha$ been made defendant in a !ple to be satisfied that the idea is a which had been so nobly accomplishedby love affair, a trip to Tampa and I I Jan. 6.-The activities

suit for $50,000, the precipae for sum- good one before introducing the Bishop Gray; that he would in a St. Petersburg with a pretty young ef the personal friends of President
and in addition to that sum a fee of
enrolled mons having been filed 1.*he officeof measure. large degree be reaping the fruit of woman, a period of rest in the Put I Wilson among Democratic office holders -
ten cents for each name under -
the new registration law now in Clerk Wienges of the circuit court With the help of two policemen, seed already sown; that he could not nam county jail and prospects for a I I at a meeting held today indicate

for Alachua county. i the commissioner have all the and did not expect to have the wealthof term in the federal penitentiary at'' that it is the purpose of the administration

effect.This which has been of con- The suit was brought by AttorneyE. :1 cars on the postoffice block placed in affection in which Bishop Gray was Atlanta, says the Jacksonville News. 'I to push the plan for a pres.

mutter G. Baxter of this city, one of Flori- 1 1a position of a forty-five degree angle held, but he did expect and believedhe Charged with attempting to blackmail idential primary law.
siderable interest and some perplexity I
da's most prominent young lawyers.The from the curbs this ,morning at the would receive the loyal support of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Schooley, of I I At a session of the Common Coun-
decided
the county commissioners was I
to
circumstances, briefly stated, are ] hour stated. He contends that by arranging the Cathedral congregation in the DeLand, who formerly conducted a sel Club a committee was appointed
the board at yesterday's session. -
by as follows: In a suit in the United 'i the cars in this manner a manifold duties awaiting.' small hotel in this city, of the sum of I' to' frame a bill with this end in view,

States land office in Gainesville, by greater number of cars may be placed The two bishops will have much of $185, with which he intended to go to ;and submit it to the governors of the
In precincts the number of
y some Thomas II. Parker against R. Eric I in the same space than under the importance to confer over before the California, Hicklither, who was I states before it is presented to con-
is small that the deputy -
voters so regis Hall, Mr. Hall, in his answer, which present system and that cars may meeting of convocation next week, at known in local sporting circles as I gress.
e ration officers for those precincts
was sworn to by him, is said to have back out without disturbing those in which time Bishop Gray will make his "LaVerene,'' was bound over to the I The Common Counsel Club was or-
have received practically
;would no made certain false, malicious and li- :front or behind. farewell address and Bishop Mann federal court Saturday by the United I ganized about a month ago by prominent -
for their work if it had
compensation belous statements against Mr. Bax- I The street commissioner has arranged will take charge. States court commissioner at Palat- I Democratic officials, its purpdse
basis of only
fixed a a '
been upon ter, who is the attorney for Thomas with Mr. Chester Scales, the ka. Being unable to make bond in !being, according to former Governor
small for each name, thus it was
sum H. Parker.Mr. i road engineer from Alabama who appeared the sum of $2,000, he went to the I Folk, of Missouri, who is now solicitor -

determined by the commissioners to Hall, it is said, charged improper before the county commissioners BOARD CALLS ELECTIONFOR Putnam county jail. Several months I I for the state department, to
stated and aIr
officer
each a sum -
t.' pay relations between the secretary -' yesterday as an applicant for the will elapse before a grand jury considers I study public questions for the general -

'jow him a fee besides. In some pre- of the interior of the United : position of engineer in the construction his case in Jacksonville or !' betterment of the people.
( ncts' the number of voters will be I SCHOOL TRUSTEESORLANDO
States and Attorney E. G. Baxter in of the hard road system for Or- Tampa. And to the heads-or-tails 'I Democrats only are admitted to the

sufficient to make the deputy a fair the conduct of litigation pending in ange county, to ride over the city I II flipping of a coin Hicklither attrib- organization and its management is

return for his labors. The supervisorof the United States land office. It is 'streets with him for the benefit of I utes his experience of rapid-fire joy in the custody of men who have received -

registration, W. L. Dolive, will reg- said that Col. Baxter gave Mr. Hall that gentleman's expert comment. Mr. DISTRICT TO VOTE IN and woe. !1 political favors at the hands of

ister the voters of the Orlando pre- notice that he resented the attack, Scales left yesterday for Kissimmee, ELECTION TO BE HELD Six months ago, Hicklitjier says, he ,. the president. Similar clubs are to be

cincts. His compensation is already asking him to retract, but that the I but will return shortly and make the FEBRUARY 10 was in Jacksonville and was undecided organized throughout the.country, all

fixed at $31.25 a month. The rate Dade county man has so far paid no inspection with Mr. Johnson. I I I whether he would remain or go i to be subsidiary to the parent club in
by the commissioners yesterday II .
adopted attention to the request.Mr. I I to Tampa. lIe happened to be pass-I in Washington.
only to the deputy offi- The county school board yesterday!
applies
Thomas W. Fielding, the attorney ing the hotel, which was conducted by i It is regarded as an organization

cers.The representing. Baxter, said: MASSEY AGAIN HEADS called an election to be held February' the Schooleys, and decided to let fate i iI created to foster the policies of the
commissioners named J. P. Ca- 10 in the Orlando school district to I
"Yes, the suit by E. G. Baxter! I dictate his course. Taking a coin I president and to undertake the workof

wood as license inspector to make the against R. Eric Hall is for libel and'STATE BANK OF ORLANDOSAME name trustees for the next two years:I from his pocket, he threw it in the air I insuring his nomination in 1916.
rounds of the business houses in the and to fix the school millage for the
the damages sustained are laid at I and it "came heads," which meant

county and report all who are doing $50,000. Mr. Baxter stands high be- district. that he would go into the hotel and

business without license. His inspec- fore the bar of Florida and in this BOARD OF DIRECTORS IS The present trustees are LeRoy B. register instead of proceeding to OCALA MAN KILLSiSELF
is examination of I Giles, A. B. Johnson and George E.
tion to cover an automobiles community. The charges made Tampa. Mrs. Schooley declares Hick-
and if machines ELECTED FOR THE EN- Nolan. The inspectors named for the
are
any against him are very grave. I under- lither was at the desk when he reg- WHILE ON'HONEYMOON
found without license tags the owners SUING YEARAt election are J. P. Cawood, W. II.
stand that Mr. Hall is
superintendentof istered, but he paid no attention to
be with other Howard, C. K. Pomeroy and J. J.
are to reported,
public instruction for Dade county, her, he says. Later they met in the

delinquents, to the county solicitor. and that he was the past week elect-I the annual meeting yesterday of Lee. : hallway. Hicklither says Mrs. Schoo- GORDON SINCLAIR RETURNS TO
The board also took action authorizing :
This means .that all who are so re ed as the president of the Florida Ed- the stockholders of the State Bankof -I ley smiled at him pleasantly and, being -
r ported will be penalized twice the ucational association. A of his the superintendent to appoint HOME TOWN AND COMMITS
man Orlando the same directors were a gallant and appreciative individ-

amount, of the license and the costs of standing should be very careful of elected and Mr. L. C. Massey was another teacher for the first primary i II ual, he kissed her. She seemed to RASH DEED
of the Orlando school. The
court. what he says. He should be exceed- chosen president, succeeding himself.Mr. grade I like it, he says, and the first kiss was
commissioners discussed .favorably number of pupils enrolled in that I Ocala Fla. Jan. 6. Gordon Sin-
The -
careful in the he assaultsthe
ingly way :Massey has been president of the followed by moonlight trips to Spring-
certain correspondence that grade is over a hundred, and W. S.: clair, a well known young man of this
character of
even a private citi- State bank since its organization in field park. Most everybody knows
was brought to their attention by zen-and when he charges a man with 1893. Coleman, the supervising principal, the baneful effect of moonlight under city, killed himself at ;an early hour
Edwards of Zellwood in recommended the appointment of a! this morning in the law office of
Wm. regard misconduct in his
professional capac. The directors elected were Messrs.T. such circumstances, and these tripsto

to the employment of an agri- ity he should be absolutely sure that P. Warlow, S. W. Howe, Wm. R. third teacher, the number of pupils: the park, Hickiither says, were followed Grover McClure.When\ .
cultural advisor for Orange county. being too great in his estimation to. Mr. McClure opened his office
he can sustain every word that he O'Neal, L. L. Payne, Turner H. Evans by a more extended trip to"Loveland"
States of be properly handled by the two teachers about 8 o'clock he found Sin-
The United
department agriculture ,
utters. The imputing of improper Alf W. Bumby and L B. Long. in the neighborhood fJf

is prepared to furnish an motives to such a public official as The directors will hold a meetingthis in charge. Tampa and St. Petersburg, the far- clair's body stiff and cold on the floor,

expert for service in the county, provided the honorable secretary of the inte- morning, and elect a vicepresident famed "Sunshine City," where love a revolver clenched in his hand.

f the commissioners pay a certain rior should not be countenanced at and cashier. The semi-annual GUN BOAT REQUESTED FOR I grows like Jack's beanstalk. Sinclair was'married less than two

proportion of the expense. The all. This suit is instituted in good dividend of four per cent was de- REVOLUTION IN HA\111 Despite these sojourns into romantic weeks ago to Miss Alice Carlisle, a

question was not acted on, but the faith and will young lady of this city. The coupleleft
be very vigorously clared in advance of the annual meet- realms, Mr. and Mrs. Schooley con-

commissioners seemed to favor the pushed, hence Mr. Hall will be givenan ing. The State bank is the oldest Special to 3 the Sentinel.Washington tinued as man and wife, moving from at once on their wedding trip to

idea, and it may be that at a subse- opportunity to make good his bank in Orlando, and it is in excellent Jan. 6.-The state department Jacksonville to DeLand. Hicklither, Jacksonville, where they stopped at

quent meeting action will be taken to charges. I desire to 'add that what condition, as the recent statement issued today asked that the gun- it is charged, wrote a series of let- the Aragon hotel. Sinclair returned

secure the services of such a scientist Hall said about Mr. Baxter is abso- call Mrs. last night from Jacksonville, withouthis
upon of the comptrollershows. boat Eagle be sent to Port au Princeto ters threatening to "expose"
wife and his
went to mother's
lutely irrelevant to the case. It appears look after a new revolution which Schooley if she or her husband did not
The commissioners did not go into that Hall made the charges him Instead of home here.
has broken out in Hayti. It is not give $185. complying,
the road bond matter nor give time to Mrs. Sinclair is absent on the East
wickedly and maliciously and with the WM. R. O'NEAL PRESIDENTOF known whether the revolution will assume I Mr. Schooley brought the letter t-o the
the subject other than to hear from intention of doing all the damage that BANK such proportions on the frontieras I I attention of the federal authorities, Coast, and two ladies are rooming in
Chester Scales, a road engineer, who I OF APOPKA I ,her house. Mr. Sinclair awoke them
he can to Mr. Baxter. involve San Domingo, which and Hicklither was placed under arrest .
1 had applied for such a position when I may election I trying to get in. They gave him the
I was recently pacified by an
the county is ready to begin road At a meeting of the stockholders of I keys and rummaged around in the
MISS TIEDTKE GIVEN PARTY held under the observation of American i Hicklither admitted to the court
building. Mr. Scales was given a the Bank of Apopka held yesterdaythe I I commissioner Marshal' Brown and lower rooms, evidently trying to find
IN HONOR OF BIRTHDAYMrs. agents. Dispatches today to the I Ii ,
hearing, but no action was taken on following directors elected I, some of his own belongings.He .
-- were : j i department say that the town of others that he had written the letters,
his Messrs. T. P. Warlow Wm. Edwards I then left and was not seen
application.The ,
G. A. Spross was hostess fora i Trou has been seized by the rebels, and that he was desperately in love
commissioners ordered a warrant I J. M. Sellers, Wm. R. O'Xeal, Austin I \ again until his body was found this
with Mrs.
and that they marching Capei Schooley.
merry party yesterday, eight I [ are on
for $S00 drawn in favor of the C. Starbird and Chas. P. MeCall. At morning.
friends of her niece Miss Frances Haytien.
i
South Florida Midwinter Exposition : the directors' meeting following, Mr.!I When he tried to enter his mother's
Tiedtke being invited matinee
to the MRS. BRADSIIAW HOSTESS
company, being the amount of thecount"s I Wm. R. O'Xeal was re-elected president house, he seemed vexed because he
at the Grand and
afterwards takento FOR TUESDAY BRIDGE CLUB
appropriation to that ,enter. ; Austin. Ci Starbird COMMERCIAL BANK AND TRUSTCO. could not get in at once, but other.
the Tea Room, where Mrs. Cornish I vice.presi-I
prise. dent, and W.'G. Talton OF BROOKHAVEN CLOSES wise appeared to be in his normal
had a delicious repast of chicken sal- Mrs. J. X. Bradshaw was hostessfor
bank has had a successful a I condition.
ad, saltines, almonds, cocoa, ice cream year, i the regular meeting of the "T. B.
I good amount having been passed to Special to the Sentinel Gordon Sinclair was born and
MISS NELL THOMAS GIVES
and cake, awaiting them. C." yesterday. The players, Mrs. L.
PRETTY DINNER PARTY surplus and a thirty per cent. increasein Brookha"en.liss.., Jan. 6.-The raised in Ocala. He was for fourteen
The delightful little Edward Hauselt
affair Mrs.
was given A. Spencer, ,
deposits shown over last year. The Commercial Bank and Trust company, ; years connected with !the census bu
as a birthday party to : Mrs. Chester Goodrich, Mrs. Seth
regular semi-annual dividend of three one of the oldest banking institutions reau. He was about thirty years old.
Miss Nell Thomas entertained a \IiSS.
Tiedtke. Woodruff, Mrs. S. G. Dolive, Mrs. W.
few of her friends at "DJxie," the per cent. was declared. in Mississippi, has closed its doors.It L Palmer, and Miss Kilmer, were
is said the cause of the closingwas FIGHTING BEGUN BETWEEN
home of her Lucerne Cir
parents on late in the afternoon Mrs.
MEMBER OF "MUTT AND I joined ; by
FORCES AT MAZATLAX
due refusal of its Xew Orleans
cle, last evening. Those were to a
present JEFF" COMPANY IS DEAD LIND ARRIVES AT VERA Bradshaw's mother, Mrs. Lawrence
Mrs. Allan Weathersbee, Misses Ma CRUZ BUT SAYS NOTHING correspondent to advance $25-
i Alexander, and Mrs. Way, Mrs. Brit- Special to the SentinelWashington
mie Thornton, Norma Gettier Elma 000 in cash. The trust company bor-
Special to the SentineL I tain and Mrs. Hoffman, all being Jan. Dispatches
Gettier and Guilda Happersett. After rowed $180,000 some time ago to lend
Red Bank, N; J., Jan. 6.-George' Special to the Sentinel shown into the dining room, where re- from Rear Admiral Cowles state that
to cotton planters and its failure to
dinner several young men called and D. Walters, 45, a well known theatri- Vera Cruz, Jan. 6.-The cruiser freshments were served. A delicious fighting has begun at Mazatlan, whichis

*the evening was spent dancing.. cal man, died at his home here today. Chester arrived off here this after- collect made it impossible to pay demand supper of scalloped oysters, salad, defended by six thousand federals.
deposits.
His career includes connections with noon at four o'clock. A severe north sandwiches, nut bread, olives, fruit It is believed that Carranza has con

I TilE WEATHER Barnum & Bailey, transportationagent er delayed the arrival. Lind refused I cake and coffee had been prepared, centrated all his available forces in

for the Wallace shows. Last to make any comment on his trip to Your daily paper can be found at and was much enjoyed.Mrs. the northwest at this point to capture ;

Florida: Generally. fair Wednes- year he was with Gus Hill's "Mutt Pass Christian, where he was in con Curtis & O'Xeal's! Book, Music and Goodrich will entertain the this city, which will give the rebels a

day and Thursday. I and Jeff" company. ference with the president. Stationery Store, next postoffice. 'club next Tuesday. seaport
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( W. S. Branch) 1 LET US BE DURING 1914

Dr. Frank Crane, who furnishes We wish to supply your drugs this

copyright wisdom for the Atlanta : : S year.When youwant drugs or anything W edlleday J TODAY \\VellOday j
Journal, gives out the following very that drug stores sell, you can make
sensible advice about New Year's res- assurance of securing right qualityand
olutions: right service doubly sure by com- J
Examine your habits. Lop off the ing to our store. KALE DAY AT
Your
bad ones. Free yourself from any Begintrading here with the inten-
ways you have fallen into that make tion of remaining a customer only so '

you lazy, unhealthy, miserable, and long as youReceive

disagreeable Determine to this other year people.to be master of Druggist Get wholly courteous reliable treatment goods; ; J. i MONTGOMERY i ii MOTION PICTURE Co'sC

self; that you will control your
Find what want, and
you
thoughts, and guide your own deeds;
that you will not let events lead you are satisfied with prices. inc C Grand Theatre me

by the nose. This is a fair proposition. If you are
not acquainted with us, ask your
It takes a man with plenty of good neighbor or physician about us.
Kalems Comcdy-The One Best Bet
red blood and an abundance of Florida -
enthusiasm, to sit on those cold rough Kalems Drama.-The Spell of the Primeval.
concrete benches around the band P
stand these gray afternoons and extract DeLANEY DRUG CO.J Kalems Comedy-The Burglar and the Baby.

the juice from a well chilled ORLANDO, FLA..' Kalems Drama---The Railroad Detectives Dilemma. '
orange. But they do it and seem to G '
enjoy both the fruit and the seats. ;
* I'tt t I O. D. t..t tt+t *' _.1''''H:G aH41
And Miss Helen Fredwin.That Dainty Diminutive
Scientific poultry men advise the
use of music in the chicken house to : Singer of Songs

make, the hens lay. In other words,

a musical lay to make a hen lay. Added Attraction--Mr.: H. P. Comely in his popular Violin Solos.
From the present aeroplane price of THE MARKET
eggs one might imagine that all the ,
3:30 MATINEE DAILY 3:30
poultry men in the country had been

hiring Caruso, Harry Lauder, Melba i. Of Cleanliness Of Quality o
and all the other high priced artiststo

sing for the biddies and had FRESH AND SALT MEATS Next Tuesday Wednesday, "A Romance at Orlando, Flor-
charged the amount to the
toast eating public. up egg-on- FISH AND GAME ida." A picture you will all be interested in, '

*, *
Don't take anybody's word as to. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.i All next week, the Hodges Brothers 8: Ross, the best and J i

whether the thermometer went downto highest salaried team on the Southern stage.
33 or 40 the past few mornings.You Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh i I

do not have to. Walk around in and I .eM. I G E t-H C H II' C G H++t< 11 ; ltOHttf
front of the People's National bank pure. g I e I a I Q Q C tI I it< --t iH e II ; t I ; HI Q-C K++O I t lot I' e "

and look at the record made by that We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

peramublating autographic weather everything in the :Meat Line. For Economy and pur-
indicator, and you may know to a
certainty just exactly how cold it was WRIGHT chase power of your mon-
every minute of the day and night.It The PARLOR MARKET RRALTY&SEBD CO rl''
stops all disputes and Cashier Dow FOR REAL ESTATE t .' ey, "Try Wright's" Farm.

is entitled to come under the title of Our Business and Garden Seeds. in
Thais ,
"Blessed are the peace makers," by H. M. Self & Co. Orlando, Florida
settling all arguments in reference to bulk. "Motto" Quantityand

cold and heat.
PINE STREET
Quality.Fresh .

cient Religious and enthusiasts in both an- Phone No. 80 : Farm Eo-gs'Q cents dozen; Ice, 40 cents 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butter, 40
modern times have soughtto I
appease the anger of their gods by G cents; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 cents

walking over sharp blades and pointed ....DIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.STATt dozen; Butter :Milk, 10 cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, (selects) 50 cents quart, 30

metal prongs with bare feet, or cents pint.
by wearing sharp edged pebbles in NEWS NOTES WOOD, COAL AND ICE Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits, "That Xmas 0 Present" delivered by Express,

. their shoes or sandals. Had they livedin Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky :Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.
Orlando in this year of grace 1914, Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf I

they could no doubt have satisfied (From the Gainesville Sun) -

their-angered deities by walking on Upon the firing of a royal salute by I FIRE INSURANCE
the brick(?) pavement on East Pine the cannon at the club house in Mi-
street, from the Baptist church cor- '
the Biscayne
ami on New Year's day,
ner to the Turner Evans corner. After declared'
Yacht club was officially
taking that walk, if they still feared
they had Snot suffered enough\ from open for the season. TYAr1D 1he Elf to Success.

self persecution, several other blocksof
After a week's rest at their pretty
similar walk in that section of the eoUNTRYEALEAT
home, Villa Serena, in Miami, William i
city will provide additional opportunity of
Jennings Bryan, secretary JAHSEII
for punishment. ,
state, .Mrs. Bryan and their little
* grandson have returned to Washington. Buy It Because IMPROVED AND, IOTARY
Keith, the great vaudeville mana- They will return to :Miami in UNIMPROVED
' ger, has given orders that all anti- Better Car ORLANDOFLORIDA. )ULIC
- It's
March for a longer stay.A I a
.
suffrage and mother-in-law jokes
shall be cut out of his circuit. Mrs, Model T
Palatka realty man had an 87-
I
Ella Flagg Young was put back into in his office and when Touring Car C1 J
the office of superintendent of the pound asked what pumpk kind of a vegetable it was, f.o.b. OrlandoGet Office in Rock Building ORANGE AVE. Opposite San Juan Hotel
Chicago city schools because of pub- 1Niirsiry
he said it was a Putnam county cantaloupe fromF.
lic sentiment in her favor: and the influence particulars "
A Hastings farmer standingnear
of women, who can now vote G. RUSH,
in Illinois. A young lady in Atlantawas said he thought it was a Hastings Phone 226 :

not afraid to go out on the back tangerine.-HastingscJourna1.- 1.1. ti w lii ili,

porch in the dark and was caught and Word comes from Auburndale that

choked by burglars, but she screamed five families have moved in and three I
loud enough to scare the
away yegg- ,
new buildings have been completed
men and call the police. Verily, so
singe the fire which practically destroyed I i .
far as woman's rights are concerned,
that town on the 23rd of No
"the truth is marching on." Speak- I vember. In less than 30 days five i Has always been accepted in Orange County as the
ing of woman's rights, "Rave read
you I new brick business blocks will be in I best to be obtained. No one has ever complainedand
Victor Starbuck's latest poem entitled
"Women," and published under a pret- process ,of erection. no oneever will, because our trees are the best

illustrated heading in the" last num- One hundred delegates are expected: I: I II and cheapest (in the end) possible to procure.
ber of "The Delineator? From the
to arrive in Miami Monday to attend|i
viewpoint of realism, it ranks with the state convention of the American i I Who ever heard of one untrue to name or who-
the b Est wqrk Mr. Starbuck has done. 'I s
Federation of Labor. Union men ever heard of an ignored claim? .
rfom every part of the state will meet
POINTED PARAGRAPHS there in the annual conference. A'I .. '{b f: -. .-_ . -.. "- We offer you first choice from the largest stockin

splendid pragram has been arranged r the world for this season's planting and your success -
Take off your ear muffs when duty for the entertainment of the visitors.
when
assured
with our stock is already your
.
llammond&GoreFUNERAL
calls.A girl isn't necessarily an artist The Tampa Tribune says: "Cost of, grove is planted. Free advice.as to stock and per- ,

because she paints. improvements in the building line sonal inspection of your land when requested on any
Fools may rush in where angels made in Tampa during the past 12 DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL Suitable discountsto
of
planting 300 trees or more.
fear to use their wings.A months amounts to $1,477,176.35.
dark horse may be a nightmareto This includes the cost of many fine VALUES LOW PRICES planters of large acreage. In fact, the very best

the other candidates. new buildings, such as the Elks build- i of everything and 0. W. Conner behind it all.
It's easier to talk like a philosopherthan ing, the Friebele building, the Tampa COMPARE
it is to act like one. Electric company's office building, the
Love is never so blind that it can't' Knights of Pythias hall, the L. J. FURNITURE
see a rival around the corner. Jones building, and the Kress build- OUR ADDRESS

One of a boy's first ambitions is ing." that has long

to The get man all the who pie is and able cake to deliver he can.the |I The Miami Metropolis- says: "RegI I j I been standard"We accepted provide of merit.by the knowing If quality an article furniture furniture is here buyers it is as good.It the. OCKLAV'AHA O 'A A NURSERIES 1J [ I[ f r

service between :Miami I
ular
goods never has to carry a good luck I I airship wouldn't be here were it otherwise. \\ e can't make
charm. and Cape Florida, Miami and Sol- this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones,
How the average woman does howl diers' Key, and Miami and Palm of this business, and that means much to any buyer.
when she hears of a wife who sup- Beach is to be established in the near Dept. ::2 3 Tangerine, Fla.
ports her husband.It future by C. C. Witmer, representative ,
will be a feather in the cap of of the Curtiss people, who 'ar-I McNEHL & DAVIS BLOCK, i >'III.IIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIj
, the plumber who first acquires the rived in the city r terday with his j I
} and Church St., Orlando, Ha.
Ave.
= When a woman asks a man how old flying boat. The first flight will be; Cor.Orange: According to accepted standardsthe
Scientists that is men-
say a man
art of fixing a pipe dream. made un Monday of next week. Ar- J right side of politics is the in-
he thinks she is, it's up to him to rangements have already been made ii i tally strong at fifty, but when we let side. i
lie like a gentleman.For for regular trips across the bay to - some mutt sell us another dray load

years scientists have been tell- the ocean beach, and Mr. Witmer is of books on time payments, dollar
ing us there are microbes in kisses, establishing a schedule for airship The seamy side of life is much like
down and dollar month for the
but most girls are willing to do a service between this city and points of Read The Morning Sentinel a a the other side with the polish rubbed
rest of your life, we doubt it.'r3 off.
little in\'cstigating.-Chicago News interest both north and south.
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preparing offered tions.The orange by The the to new new utilize growers regulations parcel the of post Florida advantages,regula-which are O ORLANDOOrlando l N O a IR I OMr NY !t! flfLTmL e L M Llf f !



went into effect January 1, make it

possible for packages weighing up to Florida. :: 'j

fifty pounds to be sent in the first ,
and second zones and packages weigh- r Have your room or house
.
ing up to twenty pounds in all zones : Organized April 1906 cleaned without dust
trouble
of the parcel post system says the 0 or -
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Jacksonville Metropolis.To '
be more spc-ific, the limit of II of moving furniture .

weight of parcels for fourth class I I
mail for delivery within the first and r I

second pounds zones and in will the be third increased, fourth to, fifth fifty,I II: The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced -

sixth, seventh and eighth zones, from ,., 0 I I
11 to 20 pounds. The rate of postage man.
Make This 'Resolution Now
one parcels exceeding four ounces in

weight in tie third, fourth, fifth and c .
sixth zones, will be as follows: SEE THEM FOR TERMSCHURCH

Third zone, six cents for the first t That you will open a Bank Account in the I o

pound and two cents for each additional -!
pound or fraction; fourth zone,j = Savings Department of The Orlando Bank & J

seven cents for the first pound and o

four cents for each additional poundor Trust Company, and thus begin the New Year The PIERCE[ [ELECTRIC L C01'llnt

fraction; fifth zone, eight cents for ',
the first pound and six cents for each o in the right way :::
additional; sixth zone, nine cents for .

the first pound and eight cents for ot ... STREETIlllllllel.ttIIIIIIIIQIOIIIOIIIIIIIIIII'III'IIIIIII

each additional. .
Many of the orange growers are .. .. (444441H1 I-HmHi.ie++44++44+.2.44.1.t4.flft.H414l

having a special shipping crate madein .
t
order to take advantage of the
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twenty-pound limit for fourth class

mail in the third, fourth, fifth, sixth, 0 :
seventh and eighth zones. Several A Complete House

experiments along the line have already ,
,
been most satisfactory. Manyof M. M. SMITH, President W. &1. DAVIS, Vicc-President: G. E. NOLAN, Cashier. .1
the growers, it is believed, will
be enabled to make a specialty of
now Ot-0Ow tt44tA .wtt..t.H+tt W4mmfrW+***. It ttt tHt4tif s.i
mail orders. ttttJle 3 tt+tio"ell ttOII tela'I'IQ'v i
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The following from the GainesvilleSun
Lot covered with fine large trees full of oranges and
has something of a local application -
-but we modestly refrain from ! grapefruit. Five rooms and bath. Located just off Eola

giving specific instances. Very often, W. M0t.H SLElVIONS !' Park and only a few blocks from Court House. We know

those who cry loudest about the send: of no other house in Orlando to compare with it at the
ing of the dollar away are the slowestto price. Terms.
produce the dollar which will keep

other dollars at home. Tampa has

wade an enviable record the past year New Goods FIVE
Arriving Daily ACRE TRACTS
in patronizing home industries, but it
Near Like Underhill. Finest
land
has been done largely because of the grove and finest groves
fact that some local merchants have in Orange County. Develop a grove on your monthly spare
change. PRICE 850 PER ACRE. Timber
practically pays,
told local buyers what they had to
for clearing.
sell through the medium of local pa


pers.Anyhow, here's what. the Gaines We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co. NO INTEREST-NO TAXES
ville paper says:
4 until you own the deed.
As a general thing those merchantswho made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.Boy .
complain most of people buying ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO.
goods away from home, are the ones' :' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels. i
Room 2.
Watkins Block.
who advertise least in the local news Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co. t
papers. Business men who let the .t"CIC III tttftelllll."

buying public know that they have & Co; Best place in the city to trade. - hU_ __

goods for sale at reasonable prices as
a rule have no reason to complain of f c. IIe IJ +t t J.J C 0 I H t" tt+: II H+m I 0 U I 0 t 0 t D I t t ; I" '

lack of patronage. The fact that th

leading dry goods houses of Gainesville The AltamontefALTAMONTE
M. SLEMONSORANGE
W.
are very good advertisers in the
Sun accounts for few orders being
sent elsewhere for articles they carry. AVENUE SPRINGS, FLORIDA.A .

Everything needed can be bought i in beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlandoor A. C.L.

0 this city as cheap, counting quality, R.R.) Come out and get the best dinner served in interior
etc., as you can get.the goods from "..1"8'111100 Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the

abroad, but people should not be cen- most beautiful and healthful location In Florida on
Ocklawaha Nurseries, home of Flor- t high ridge between two lovely lakes 40
sured for patronizing the mail order acres in parks.
ida's best fruit trees, easily reached Gojf, Tennis, Bowling Billiards, Fishing,
houses if their own merchants do not I Sporting, etc.
let them know that they can be servedas 'from all parts of Orange, Lake, Semi. Electrically Hotel has 500 feet broad piazza. All modeen improve-

cheap at home.-Tampa Tribune. nole, Osceola and Volusia counties by Equipped! ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests.
auto over hard surfaced roads, most Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet.
convenient for all planters and most
OUTSIDE OPINIONS I reliable in Florida. Ocklawaha Nur- }

series, Tangerine, Fla. Write for cat- .- GEO. E. BATES & SON, ProprietorsSummer
Of Course lie Sleeps
"The Boob tells me that he has alog. Resort"The Grand"/'West Vernon, N. H.

cured himself of insomnia," remarked
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Over 8,000 arrests wer emade by 111111111111111'lllllllllllltllelllllllllllllllllllOff
the Wise Guy.
the police department of Pensacola
"How did he do it?" asked the
during the year 1913.

Old"He Fogy.got a job as night watchman," Two.Sixty The greatest Standard motorcycle Model value With.Old. On With the NewIt
t W. T. EXTRICAX, ever achieved. 7 H.P. Twinequipped
replied the Wise Guy.-Cincinnati with Electric Head Light.Electric Tail Light.Electric Signal.
1'0)Seta Storage<< Batteries and Corbin-Rrowa Rear-Drire Speedomet
Enquirer. Painter and interior decorator. New cr. Price$260.00. See Catalog for detailed deicriptioo.
ideas and old ones, too. Fhone 636. isno use to mourn over the lapses and

But When Are They Expert workmen employed. cjL failures 'of 1913. Brace for
A new and successful German com- 12-21-lm MOTOCYCLESFOR up the new year.whichVis .

edy is entitled "When Women Are 1 only a few days ahead of you. We
FOR SALE 1
Silezit. The reason it is successfulis ) 1914
expect it to be the largest year in our bus-
that constantly increasing crowds .
Thirty-five acres, fronting on Lake
attend in hope of learning the an Conway, 25 acres of fruit land, ard 60,000 brand-new red machines will go out over the Indian iness history and in order to make it so we
swer.-Akron Press.In ten acres of garden land, one hun- trails during the coming year-the greatest motorcycle produc
dred bearing orange trees, small tion in the history of the industry. are going to serve you better than ever be-
house and barn. Price $2,500.
a Squeeze Twenty-eight acres, twelve acres They will flash forth fully armed with ".Thirty-Eight Betterments fore. You cannot afford to overlook us when
Princess Louise of Belgium is be- in grove, four hundred bearing trees, for 1914!I" Armed with powerful and beautiful Electrical
ing sued for a corset bill. However, and two hundred )'oung budded grape- Equipment! Armed with a New Standard of Value which must you are in need of Blank Books, Office Sup-
fruit, eight hundred boxes of fruit
it goes she is royal and can probably now on trees. Price $3,200. completely overturn all existing ideas of motorcycle worth. plies fine Stationery, Musical Goods, etc.

succeed in getting some stays of Eighty acres, twenty-five acres All standard Indian models for 1914 come equipped with electric
cleared and fenced, house and outbuildings We save you money on a great many necessities
judgment-Cleveland Plain Dealer. Price head light, electric tail light, two sets high amperage storage bat
$1,500. teries, electric signal Corbie Brown
,
Twenty acres on lake front, well rear-drive speedometer.You .
Must Hare Seen Great Light located, three hundred bearing orange cannot fully realize the 1914 Indian without a thorough study of the 1914 \v. S. BRANCH
Fortunately when the currency bill trees. rice $2,200. Indian Catalog. It makes plain a host of compelling Indian facts that all motor- ,
came to a final vote it didn't look so Twenty acres good fruit land on cycle-interested men can consider to their real profit. Send for the 1914 Indian
bad to Senator Hitchcock. That is, lake front, two acres bearing orange Catalog-the most interesting volume of motorcycle literature you've ever read. The Arcade Book and Music Store
good six house. Price
prove room
fortunately for Senator Hitchcock- $1,000. The 1914 line of Indian Motocycles consists of:

Indianapolis News. Twenty-five acres bearing orange I 4 H.P. Single Service Mo' eI...............,.............5200.00
grove located on lake front within the 7 H.P. Twin Two-Twenty-Five, Regular Model......... 225.00 If you want to sell anything, remember WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
city limits. Ideal location for subdi- 7 H.P. Twin Two-Sizty, Standard Model................. 260.00 the Sentinel want columns. AND DO ALL KINDS OF
Degrees in Prominence .I vision. Price $10,500. 7 H.P. Twin Light Roadster Model.....-................ 260.00 Everybody reads it.4illlllllllllllllllllllill. OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR.
"He's in 'Who's Who,' I believe." J. E. CRAWFORDOffice 7 H.P. Twin Two Speed, Regular Model................. 275.00
"Yes, but he is much more promi- over Blue Drug Store 7 H.P. Twin Two Speed, Tourist Standard Model....... 300.00
117 S. Orange Avenue 7 H.P. Twin Hendee Special Model (with Electric Starter) 325.00
"
nent in "Here's How. -Houston, PostLadies'
Phone 404Automobile Price F.O.B. Factory DRS.WM.1( HARPER

hair dressing, massage,, C. (JOSEPHINE HARPEROSTEOPATHS
R. Hilpert Agent. Orlando Fla.
shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber ,

Shop. 1.2-tf '. f
I For Hire i Oldest Established Practice In L H. RAMSDELL

Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em I New Five Passenger I! s Orlando OPTOMETRIST
19 W. Church Street Up-Stairs

on Court street- 12-5-tf i PHONE 419 ; t US figure on' your Job Prin llg Confutation and FreeIIMMIHItlMMMimHl Examination (Successor to Dr. 0., P. Likins)

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SIDELIGHTSBy AT MONTGOMERY'S GRANDAt .11111 11111 1I111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 ;
THE DAILY \
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South Florida SentinelMORNING the Grand theater last eveningwas A. Y. FULLER R. L FOX
( W., S. Branch)
presented by the management, I
AND WEEKLY London residence of the late J.
The
and Owner. th'e Montgomery Motion Picture com- THE PALMS AUTO CO
JOSIAH FERRIS Editor P. Morgan is to be sold. It is valuedat '
pany, Selig's much heralded animal
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando Florida $750,000. We do not wish to lose I
masterpiece, in three parts, "In the -ou have
ai Second Class Mail Matter. Col. Watkins from Orlando, so we are : REO MOTOR CARS
Midst of the Jungle. Never has a
SUBSCRIPTION RATES hoping he will not hear that the homeis I I acres of
more thrilling or intense picture been
TilE DAILY SENTINELOne on the market. There is nothingtoo shown here. It was all excitement : For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry class:

Year ....................$5.00 good for CoL Watkins, and since from beginning to end and went exceptionally I
and accessories. Have good force -room
full stock of supplies a
Six Months ......n........... 2.50 he sold "Dixie," he has been on the well with the audience, :

Three Months ................ 1.25 look out for another residence. which numbered during the evening : of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely from
I
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1914. The reporters in New Orleans far over the thousand mark. The : guaranteed. ( fire to
Montgomery management is certainlygiving I Near
proved so insistent that Miss Wilson its patrons just what they desire I I
If the price of eggs continues high asked her hostess to wring off the deserves the I you are
and rightfully large
dropped eggs should become popularat door bell and throw out the tele- I
audiences which are daily filling the us at
the hotels. phone receiver. She is entitled to Grand. [ THE PALMS AUTO CO I

o if she likes it but has
quiet publicity
Today will be Kalem day-featured I
By the Mme the newspapers get been the law of late.TimesUnion.She .
by four splendid Kalem pictures : FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.
through explaining the Bryan primary would have been the maddest .
and Mr. H. P. Comely in his
law the voter will be entirely con girl in New Orleans if the reportershad .
popular violin solos. Mr. Comely .. IMIIHIHMMttitiMimtiiniHMiiitimim (
, fused, obfuscated, as it were. ignored her completely.
will render several selections by request e
o *
among them the "Rosary," and 11111 AYE.
The Atlanta Journal has a para- The new president of China is decapitating I
all music lovers are assured a treat.
grapher who writes his "shorts" in the I
'subjects at rate of
Miss Fredwin, the clever little girl r'I
Time with him is not so
rhyme. 200 day. While that's doing
per very
appearing at the Grand this week, will
much an object as measure. well, it will take a long time to get
sing three popular selections. Next
o rid of 450,000,000 of them at that
Auto Owners
Miami Monday come the famous and popular Notice to
... Two negroes working near rate.-Brunswick News. -
Hodges Brothers and Ross, who carry j
lot of Spanish doqbloons.
dug a
up Quite the reverse of Gov. Blease, their own baby grand piano, velvet tIHI$
This gives Dade another reason to who has been "making subjects" at
They are
curtain and accompanist.
claim that there are riches in its soil. the rate of 200
day by turning
per packing the Imperial theater at Jack- R. L. HOLLANDwill

them loose from prisons and peniten- sonville to capacity right now and ml
The new tariff law which"places a tiaries.
of wild are sure to go big in Orlando. Considering old Auto
prohibitive tariff on plumage * recover your or
their fame and the extremely
birds is said to have almost ruined A South Dakota paper advertisesthe they receive they should I: and Cushion
the feather markets of London and production in its town of the dra- high salary two weeks' attraction Tops. Make your Back
be the greatest I :
The bird Conservationistswill
Germany. at this ma, "The Sweetest Girl in Dixie." ever booked into Orlando. Slip Covers and Auto Top 1 -
rejoice news. TUeSda'I- ,
Being personally acquainted with the and Wednesday the local :

Jacksonville is o agitating for two winter climate of South Dakota, and Romance at Orlando," will be shown, : covers. New top or cushion work

also knowing something about the surrounded by a big feature bill, and :
the St. Johns
things-a river and bridge municipal across docks; at present "Sweetest Girl in Dixie," we must the following Tuesday, January 20th, carriages and buggies at -

advise them to postpone the trip to the management will exhibit the famous :
neither seems likely of realization -
e in the near future, but eventually that section of their circuit until play, "The Prisoner of Zenda," : prices. All work and material guaranteed

about June 1st. featuring James K. Hackett and his' :
Jacksonville will have both.o .
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Coppedge
by
o i 'own cast. January 27th will be shown : ,

is announced from Jacksonvillethat II A newspaper headline says,"Beachy Helen Gardner (Pell) in "Cleopatra." I
Turns Seven Somersaults in the Air." Other big features will be shown each :
one of the big motion picture -AT-
The query naturally arises, how wouldone week. :
houses Is to have a studio there, and
go to work to turn a somersaultand I
of the best of jungle scenes are

to some be produced-in? Well, what the heart do you of Jacksonville thinkof operation remain? on Another the ground quefy during is, how the Giving THE NORMAN Good Plays FIELD All This PLAYERS Week at :: R1 L HOLLAND CARRIAGE[ SHOP r Agli

that? long will it be before we read that the Imperial Theater : i

he has turned his final somersault and The Norman Field Players are herein I ,
o PHONES 4502694MIMMMIHHIMIMMI
An interesting controversy has aris- that his body, _accompanied by his full flower this week and opened : I

wife, will be sent home for burial on their engagement last night to a :
en in Atlanta over the Men and Religion 4HMMMMMMMIMHIM *
Forward Movement bulletins. the first train. Notwithstanding the crowded house. It may have been

Some of the leading citizens declare fact that a year or two ago Beachy the fame of the troupe or the speciallow <

swore off on ever making another prices but the crowd was there I
them indecent, while the ministers
freak aeroplane flight, he began it and the company can be assured of
Public sentiment on the
question approve. is yet unexpressed. again a few months ago, and he is the same loyal support all during the

o today the most intrepid daredevil in week, for the people of Sanford rec-

the whole world of areonautics. ognize in Norman Field the conscientious r
Grantland Rice of Sportlight fame
and honest manageractorwho
has rendered service fit to gain him- I
Some of the daily papers are greatly -i is striving to give the theater-
self place in the Hall of Fame by -
excited because Mr. Lind does not
for the than
little more money
writing a version of Casey at the Bat i goer a ,.
rush into print three or four times a one 'else and the best talent to (
when Casey hit the ball. It's the: any
day and tell all he knows and all he be procured. Last night the offeringwas .
equal of DeWolf Hopper's master-
thinks. They seem to forget that Mr. "The Village Parson," and wasplayed
piece with a happier termination.For '
Lind was sent to Mexico as a confi- with all the accustomed spiritof

many demand years in there Fandom has been for such a-positive a'-' dential agent of President Wilson, the old favorites, Norman Field, Jewelry Gifts be Iwavs Appreciated

production. rajther than as a correspondent of the Mary Daniels and Happy Jack Kear-

Associated Press. Furthermore, the ney, and of the new ones, D. S. Red- .: .

really great men of the world have field, J. M. Townsend, Carl Hinchley,
A woman appeared on the
young not been noted for their much speak- Louise Taylor and Edith Sinclair.
streets of Pittsburg a few days ago
ing. General Grant was close mouthedand Jack kept the audience in a
bustle. A crowd of rude Happy
wearing a
see what he accomplished. Col. roar during the specialties just as he We carry a complete stock and can
people followed her and their Comments a
Roosevelt frequently starts his mouthto is expected to do, and he has lost none

were such as to cause the going and goes off and leaves it of his wit by an absence of many suit all tastes. Come in and look vis over. .
young woman to seek the protection ..
and see what a mess he has made of months, but seems to have acquiredmore
of the police. It is not to be thought
political matters. Lind will talk when of it.-Sanford Herald.
that the woman will try the
young the proper time comes, but in the i The Norman Field Players are coming -
experiment again. One way to accomplish -
mean time he does not pose as an an- to the Orlando opera house Monday ,
dress reform.
I.imated bulletin board. night for a week's engagement.Late .
o ea .

Sweet are the uses of adversity: In the death of Dr. S. Weir Mitch-I grapefruit for April to July

J. L. Billingsley, under indictment for ell at his home in market assured the planter of Bo-

fraudulent use of the mails in con- Sunday, the United States loses a went, Florida Standard and Marsh

nection with the I sale of Evergladeslands really eminent man. As a rule, gen- Seedless varieties. Sold reasonable

has been endorsed by the Dem- ius does not manifest itself in men in prices for Al stock at Ocklawaha

ocratic committee of Dade county for more than one direction. Noted peo- Nurseries, Tangerine, Fla. Write for

criminal court judge. It is said that ple usually work along the lines indi- catalog.

Billingsley's indictment had much to cated by the apostle Paul, who said, TI [' the JewelerOPPOSITE

do with his endorsement by the com- "This one thing I do," but Dr. Mitchell Warman Repairs and Retires Baby vans
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the members didn'tbelieve ,
mittee, because was at once a scholarly scientistand Carriages on Court street 12-5-ti

the indictment just.The physician and a brilliant and suc-

e 0 cessful author. The most of his books POSTOFFICE

Tampa Times and the Ocala have been among the lists of "best 1111111111111111111111111.N .

Banner are down on the turkey buz- sellers," and have broken another N LL fL R L CO1 EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
zard. Tom Watson is the most elo- rule, that of having a large sale as I i

quent champion of the buzzard. After bound books after running as serialsin

reading Tom on the buzzard one is' the magazines. A few other CUT FLOWERS I

bird is American men of letters have been SPECIALTY j
bound to believe that the a OUR

real blessing to all mankind.-Orlando physicians, of whom Dr. Holmes was I Phone 2516 TAMPA, FLA. a

Sentinel. Tom Watsoh's eulogy of possibly the most eminent. 111111111111111111111111.' I

the buzzard is a classic. It depicts I Extra! Extra ,

this denizen of the air as supreme because I

the manner of its life makes it

immune from molestation from its New Studebakers are HereFour
and
fellows, and is grand in its own isolation For Tuesday Wednesday

as Napoleon was grand in his Cylinder, Five Passenger TouringCar i .

own originality.-Ocala Banner.::
$1,115.
o I Plain and Fancy Voiles, Crepes, Ratines and Seersuckers. Regular 17 1 2c
Four'Cylinder Landau-Roadster, 1265. *
Sale Price *
values. -
Lakeland and Orlando are now 25 35, 50 and 75

working under the commission form Six Cylinder, Six Passenger Touring Car, I I

of government, and it is reported as S1 1,640. : Yards oddments in Laces and Embroideries, Regular values up 4

much more satisfactory than the ,old Prices f.o.b. Orlando. DUUU to 15 cents. Sale Price per yard : 'C

form, which prevails in Gainesville.As -

well the satisfied two cities with mentioned the change are, why so starter---and All Cars fully every equipped up-to-day with equipment.Electric Lights Come and i Now is the time to buy, while buying is good and prices


not give the commission form of gov- around and see them. : are low. Don't miss the opportunity of attending this big

ernment a trial in Gainesville? It is

a truthful, as well as old saying, that I Removal Sale .

"too many cooks spoil the broth," and San Juan Garage Co.

certainly there are too many headsof i i
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departments in Gainesville's government -

A mayor and three or four All Night Service .

commissioners would no doubt give !

much better satisfaction than the : E. J7ESI

present seven councilmen, five members AJAX TIRES guaranteed 5000 miles, Five

of the board of public works, cent off for cash I r.
per
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< buy, but the freshest. Made in our clean kitchens, where ItlMIIMIMimilillllHi Our Removal Sale-is drawing to an end. ;

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

; ; sweetheart a box of Butt's Chocolates or Caramels she

1I will always greet you with a welcoming smile. Take one MADE BEST FLORIDA CIGAR greatShoe

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BUTT'S KANDY KITCHEN[

Men's 5.00 Florsheim Shoes and Oxfords $3.65

and 52.95.

Men's Howard & Foster $4.50 Shoes and Oxfords

Orange Avenue 3-35-:

I $4.00 Ladies Shoes and Oxfords all Leathers 289.

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I LADIES' AID OF BAPTIST DCDaBl! (HXfiBXi!)OBBXP
I Mr. and Mrs. Irving J. Blair, of Every Pair 'in the House
Hackensack CHURCH ELECTS OFFICERSThe I
WADE' I X. J., are among the recent | FAVORITE THEATRE
arrivals in Orlando.
They are
THE TUNER B. E MILLER, | Reduced
Ladies' Aid Society of the Manager
guests of the San Juan. ___
ORLANDO.FLA. Baptist church elected officers at .
Mr. W. II. Jones-the clever I Io .
J41 representative the; meeting Monday afternoon, as Matinee 2 P. M. Night 6:30 f .
of Guggenheimer & .
Co.
follows: President, Mrs. W. M. Da- :
ADMISSION 5 CENTS .
Lynchburg, Va., is in Orlando today i j .
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vis vice-president J. W. Jack-
Mr. 0. E. Wolfe, of Lakeland, was in the interest of his firm. ; .DaliDCDOIIDCDCllDCDallDCDallDQI .
( Mrs. Rogero, and !
son; secretary
an Orlando visitor yesterday. Prices Manhattan Shirts are cut treasurer, Mrs. A. P. Curry. A pleasing Program"A I ;
Ladies' hair dressing, .massage, only twice a year. The first sale for program of music and readingswas "I( ) I E. G. Duckworth !
electric drier. Gem Barber this
shampoo, year is now on at Scruggs & given and a course of delicious
Shop. 1-2-tf Dickson. "Poisoned Waters" (Nestor)
l-7-6t .
refreshments
enjoyed.BISHOP'S A wonderful legendary drama
Bishop and Mrs. Gray are moving Mrs. 0. A. Brown and daughter, FEET FITTER
Coming tomorrow!
today to their new temporary home Miss Helen Brown, of Atlantic High- CAR HOUSEHOLD
"Escaped from the Asylum"Imp.
near Lake Eola. I lands, N. J., reached Orlando yesterday GOODS ROBBED EX ROUTE Orlando Florida
2-reel
drama based on "Harry : ;
See the Griffing Roses at the fair and will spend the winter in Or The car containing Bishop Mann's Thaw's" crime, acquittal and escape I ,
grounds. W. II. Brokaw, salesman. lando.J. furniture has arrived but had been from Matteawan.

Phone 267. C. Palmer, of Windermere, opened on the way and valuable con- Greatest pictures ever!
Mr. R. M. Bennet, superintendent of shipped a box of oranges and tents taken. As the whole shipmentwas H Mi Mill IIMIII HIM MI HIM HIM tMt MUMIM MM

.city'streets, is confined to his home fruit from Griffing's trees plantedlast grape- insured, they hope to recover __ __ __ ____ ________ _
by illness. February. W. H. Brokaw, sales- their loss in part, though not replac- OYSTER SUPPER IMMMMMMMMMMIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMi.
ing articles they had prized.FLODIXGSAUXDERS. The Ladies' Aid Society of the
will Hart Schaffner
$17.50 buy a $25 I
& Marx' Suit at Scrugg & Dick- I man.Dr.. P. Phillips returned yesterday Methodist church will give an oyster Money to Loan
: in the store vacated the
son. l-7-6t from Montgomery, Ala., where he supper by
I went about Miss Virginia Lee Floding and Mr. Helms Hardware company, just across
a week to attend
ago a
:Mr. and Mrs. W. Field Roberts, of
I meeting of the Raymond Saunders were married at the street from the Grand theater,
Quitman, Ga., are in Orlando, guests Haas-Phillips Produce
the Methodist at the 10th
parsonage noon yes- on Saturday evening, com-
of/the San Juan hotel. company.Silk Ratines in plain colors and the terday, Rev. Dr. J. E. Wray performing mencing at five o'clock, for benefit of Loans in sums of$500 to $3000on
Now is the time to buy :Manhattan the ceremony. The parents of the the organ fund. Price 35 cents.
!old fashioned Chintz effects-abso. I
Shirts. Semi-annual sale now on, ate bride and a few friends witnessed the IMPROVED INSIDE property fora
,lutely the latest of Fashion's idiosyncrasies
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Scruggs & Dickson. l-7-6t I marriage. The couple departed on Griffing trees give results. Office'
at" Boardman's "Store of Sat- I the 1:44 afternoon train for Jackson- opposite P. 0. W. H. Brokaw,sales-'I term of FIVE years. Principaland
Messrs. W. J. Thigpen and W. L. isfaction. it .
ville and a trip down the East Coast. man. 12-25-tf
lando's Morgan,visitors of Sanford yesterday.Eat were.among Or- Mr. DeLaney Way has returned to Upon their return they will make interest payable in monthly

resume his studies at the Georgia their home in Orlando. W. T. ENTRICAN

what you want. Military institute at College Park, Offers to Orlando the newest and best ilistalments.c .
Eat all you want. near Atlanta, after spending the holidays LIVING PICTURES, FEB. 3 of workmanship in the painting and I
Take a postscript and forget it. I decorating trade. Phone 636. -
For sale by all durggists. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Living pictures at the Lucerne the- '12-21-1m I s. "WA.TTMIIMIMIII'
l-7-d&w-lyr IS. Y. Way. ater on February 3rd. The very best I .
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talent of the city will take part and I
I Clean sweep sale Overcoats, Suits, iintHMiitiiiiiimnmMMtHQMMMiaiMMMMIiiMIMMMIIIilMIMHI
" " there will be songs, music, and danc. Sweaters, Woolen Underwear. Brown j= -- -- '--- .
ing. Ask any one who saw the 'I
& Lartigue. l-6-6t
"Musical Frame-Up" last winter. .
N. P. YOWELL l-7-2t ; --- I
WANTED-Competent man to take I Ii
i and manage boarding house at I IMaitland.
'ill be in Old Stand until Saturday night. Every Wool ', :Miss Dorothy Daniels, of Cocoa,arrived Fla. Apply to the Walter I! ,
to enter the Cathedral Drennen company, Orlando or Mait-
I IFirst and Suit will be sold at just half price, while they | I schoolMr.yesterday land. l-7-3t I I The PatronsOf

They are beautiful and good styles C. W. Carlin returned to Jupi- LUTHER THE FLORISTCut

ter yesterday after placing his daugh- The Sanitary Grocery were greeted with a. Great
N. P.: YOWELL ters in the Cathedral school. Flowers
White Way when they entered that place of business .
Wm. Kernon and wife, of Old Orch- ROSES, VIOLETS,

: .1 ard Beach, Me., are stopping with W. yesterday, Messrs. Caruthers & Gore issued an order
" " " " " " " " " " ,,... H. Eaton, at the Summerlin place. CARNATIONS, PANSIES,
Mr. Kernon has purchased five lots on POTTED PLANTS that went into effect with the New Year, that all clerksin

showing of new Spring Dress Mr. S. B. Chalfant has as his guest Broadway and on one of them will their employ must wear white uniforms.
Goods-at Boardman's "Store of Sat- Mr. C. F. Chalfant, a brother, of Sa- build a cozy winter home. .

isfaction." It lem, 0., who will later be joined by To have that dainty negligee, air COAL CHARCOAL !I:

Mr. R. A. Patten, of Tampa, is his family, to spend the winter in of a morning, one must wear a Ki- .
among the popular transportationmen Orlando" mono. The fullest assortment of WOOD \:

spending today in Orlando. Photographs of Griffing's Orangeand these charming garments are shown

$14.75 will buy a $20 Hart, Schaffner Grapefruit Trees in bearing 17 by Boardman's "Store of Satisfac- Veneer Cores
& Marx Suit at Scruggs & Dick- months from planting at my office, tion." Seasoned Heart Pine THE SANITARY GROCERY

son. l-7-6t opposite the postoffice. W. H. Bro- Mr. 0. G. Cheatham, of Atlanta, Oak Wood :

:Mrs. J. A. Pruyn, wife of the genial kaw, salesman. Phone 267. Ga., prominent 'in social and busi- All sizes and lengthsOrlando CARUTHERS & GORE

proprietor of the Grand hotel, Mr. J. D. Mitchill, who has just ness affairs in the Gate City, is

arrived in Orlando last night from completed an audit of the city books, among Orlando's visitors. Mr. Cheat- food( YardB. Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street.
Troy, N. Y. has gone to Jacksonville to make an ham is being shown around Orange
audit of the books of the H. W. Met- county by his friend, Mr. :M. 0. Over- W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor
Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes are Phone 344 104 W. Pine St.
the best. We are now selling these calf company.C. street. CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
Fence Posts '
clothes at cut prices. Scruggs & II. Walworth and daughter, Miss Mrs. Wood, of Newport News, Va., Turpentine Chips
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Dickson. 1-7-6t I]i Edna, of Omaha, are recent arrivals arrived here Monday night. She :. HKilllMIHIIIHIiMIIIIMMItltlMMIIMillMliliilllllMIIIMIM
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Rev. L A. Spencer, U. S. commissioner -:i in the city and are comfortably located brought the sad news to her parents,I 4444MMM" lJllllllllllllii l.EE .

to the Seminoles, has returned I with )lr. and Mrs. W. H. Eaton, Mr. and Mrs. Peter E. Palen, of the j:
Summerlin place. Mr. Walworth has death of their daughter, Mrs. Stevens,.
the
from a trip to Everglades, entering I I .A.L S.A.LE
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from Fort Myers. just purchased twenty acres of the which occurred last Saturday at East,: I
Daniels in the Orange, X. J. The deceased had.
northeast
"Queen Quality" and "Sorosis'VShoes. : of the grove city and will make section this- friends in this city. : Commencing Tuesday, January 6th, we will offer our Clothing, Hats, Sweaters,
The standards in shoe .
manu-j I i his winter home. IIOSTEOPATHY Wool Underwear at cut prices for CASH.
facture, for men and women, only at I
Boardman's "Store of Satisfaction. I Eat what you want. : Suits $25.00 Overcoats $17.50
$30.00 $20.50
Eat all
Mrs. Frank H. Clum, of Valley you want. 20.00 Overcoats
14.75
Suits
I Take a postscript and forget itFor 25.00 17.50
Falls, X. Y., has arrived for the win- sale by all druggists.17d&w.l'r. DR. J. C .HOWELL. Suits 15.75 18.00 Overcoats 13.50

ter, and will occupy her handsome Hours, 1012: 3.5, and by appointment 22.50 Suits '16.50 Overcoats 12.00
home in Concord Park. i Clean sweep sale of Stetson Hats, No extra charge for house treatment 20,00 14.75

Clean sweep sale of Regal Shoes.sand Xo Xame Hats. Brown & Larltigue. -, I! Telephone connections SWEATERS HATS

Brown & Lartigue. l-6-6t I l.G-6t; Office cor. Orange and Central
1 At't'S.1 $3.00 Sweaters $2.25 5.oo Hats 3-5o

2.jo Sweaters I.7J 4.00 Hats 2.76

I 2.00 Sweaters 1.35' 3.00 Hats 2.25

Sweaters i.io 2.50' Hats 1.75 ;
1.50
For Drugs Phone 20 Remember we only handle the celebrated HartSchaffner & Marx line of Clothes.All 4

Men's and Boy's Trousers are included in this sale.SCRUGGS&DICISON.

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FOR RENT Desirable room, with WANTED-At once, child nurse; one i t 11111111,1111111111111,1,11111111111",111,1,11
To Be Sold at Once PEOPLE'S WANTS modern conveniences, and board, in billing to travel Apply 411 South II
a private family. No. 9 E. Concord. Main street. l-6-3t G ,

f l-6-3t WANTED-Team of horses, wagon I
Handsome 6-room bungalow, MUNNIMAKERS FOR RENT Furnished large front and farm implements. D. P. Sias !
t Notices of Lost Wanted For Sale, For all 83 Arcade building. 1-6-3t:
modern
room conveniences
well located brand Not ; ;
: new. Rent etc. for this column Tae for one day
50c for three days or $1.00 for one week for with private family; close in, 302
: much more than the price of lot. 25 words or lees. Money must accompanythe :North Orange Ave. 1-6-Gt WANTED good woman for cook
advertisements for this column as no I I and general house work. Call 111
Easy terms if wanted. insertions will be made on credit. FOR RENT-Two large rooms,_vell Hillcrest avenue. l-3-3t
- located; reasonable rent by the
FOR SALE month or year. 406 S. East St WANTED white girl for general I ,

Price $135 1-6-lw housework; small family, good I Finest Line ofSouvenir
Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, wages. Apply West street, opposite
FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for Glenwood apartments. l-4-3t
Another beauty overlookingfine on Court street. 12-5-tf light housekeeping; all conven I
iences. Also large single room. 217 LOST-One leather purse with twoij I China
lake, with bath and electric FOR SALE-New $15 dressmakingform Robinson Ave., East. l-7-3t ten dollar bills, certificate of deposit -

lights. Same owner. Easy for $8. Call 218 Ridgewoodavenue and keys to safety box at Bank Ever in Orlando
mornings. 1-3-tf OAK LODGE APARTMENT HOUSE & Trust Co. Reward if returned to t
terms. OPEN to take in roomers and light John Kaley, Rural Route Box 65-B.
FOR SALE-Cheapest lot in Orlando,I I housekeepers. Everything new and 17tf. .
50x150, fronting on Palmer avenue, neat. Corner Church and Osceola. .
Price $1800For one-half mile from postoffice. Price 1-4-6t AGRICULTURAL blasting, ditching, I
$225 cash. Hugh C. Allen. 12-31.5t subsoiling, tree planting, stump j

location and floor plan"See FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock FOR RENT-Nicely furnished, quiet blowing, orchard renovating; land
rooms in new home, close in elec- cleared I. McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
; ready for the plow. Dynamiteand
and tools, best farm in
county; variety -
tric light, hot and cold water bath,
supplies. Estimates cheerfully J
fruits trees ,
1,600 ; elegant up-
SMITH"The to-date buildings, etc. Box 144, Orlando fireplace in large front room. 114 furnished. L N. Lewis, 406 East St.,I I.
J. Van Buskirk. 12-21-tf I East Jackson street. l-6-3t Orlando, Fla. 1-6-lraJj::
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man who never blows hot FOR SALE.Three building lots, reasonably -I.
close in, at sacrifice price. '1111111111111111111 t t II Hi III1I t II E III G II I 0 I e 0 I t M I:
air into a description to inflate Improved with fruit trees and shrub-, .

The who has bery. Address Room 2, Tremont:
the price. man hotel. 1-6-3t TO SELL Ij'

the property you want at the ij <.
FOR SALE-At a bargain, twentyacre Next Door. to Evan's Jewelry Store
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price you can afford to pay, and grove; five hundred grapefruittrees Four modern California

who actually makes sales. orange, fifty trees.tangerine Grove should trees, and pay 750 for j BungaJ J,j

itself in two years. Address P. 0. lows now in construction.
"YOU SHOULD WORRY Box 105, Orlando, Fla." ij \
12-18-d&w-tf
And get 'het' up about your wants ; e.
when we can fill them for you in a FOR SALE DAETWYLEREIGHTROOM Ij .

jiffy," say Sentinel want ads. Four lots, corner Amelia and Mill i I."II I. j
street, $800. Four lots corner Amelia
"We go everywhere, see most ev- and Sullivan street, $1,000. Also I H+++ = : o c le ++>>M+ tt)!
erybody and do most everything and
100x236 corner Magnolia and Amelia.
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in little or no time. Call on or address A. F. Newkirk, ;' !M
furnished house; gas WANTED-Ladies, bring comb-: .
your
504 Magnolia avenue. l-7-3t I
"We work cheaply, too, more cheaply and electric lights. 205 E. Robinson i ings and cut hair to 305 Garland *t I.+.tltl.e le'tlt'tIIIIID".t'C'tl"'ltttt.tfile .
than you can get the same work FOR SALE I avenue, on Lake Eola. 12-23-tf 'street. We will make them as de-'r'

lone in any other way. Good property; 40 acres little north FOR pleasant, comfortable rooms,-in'':sired, or purchase same for cash.:* I" lt ltttlfttlfaIOI
"Call us up and let us have your of Orlando, on beautiful lake. Young new house, light housekeeping, see ':Nickolas & Nickolas. 12-SO-lnij i iI 1115111 IIIS ; lllllttttt
next want work." budded grove, bearing; good dwelling.The .I Mrs. Johnson, Yowell's store. ; I -
ideal place for poultry and dairy 12-31-lw LOST-Gold cuff link, with initial'"B ''
Sentinel want ads. Phone 24. I I Kill the Chill"
somewhere the
farm-good range, plenty room, good I FOR RENT=Furnished in on Orlando i ,
rooms
milk trade established. Will sell stock new streets Monday. If found, leave at the .
I with place. Box 34, Route 2, Orlando, house just completed; also light Sentinel office, and receive reward of: ,
Ocklawaha Nurseries, home of Fla. 1215.1m housekeeping. 604 Magnolia avenue. $1.00. MtfNOTICE :
Florida's best fruit trees, easily I 12-31-lw All indications point toward a cold wini i i

reached from all parts of Orange, FOR, SALE :i FOR P'ENT-Furnished house, ten I I |: ter this year and the best way to be comfortable i i
Osceola and Volusia Farm of twenty acres, ten acres
Lake, Seminole, rooms and sleeping porch; central. Notice is
hereby given that the
counties by auto over hard surfaced cleared, seven acres cultivated. 21-2 ly located; suitable for either one or regular stockholders meeting of the : on cold mornings and evenings i i
miles west of Taft P. 0., near Lake two families. Address F. G. Rush
roads, most convenient for all planters Davis. Good wire fence three Stelberlou Land Company will be held
and most reliable in Florida. sides. Small new house and on well. City. 11-26-tf in the' office of Dickinson & Dickinson : or during the day in your office is to have aJ i i ii
About 15,000 feet of saw timber. FOR RENT-A new 6-room cottage, at Orlando, Florida, at 10 o'clock >
Nurseries Fla.
Ocklawaha Tangerine,
Land all dry and suitable for trucking completely furnished from table a. m., January 12th, 1914. .
Write for catalog. or citrus fruit. Am too old to,I linen up. Walter W. Rose, Real Es- C. P. DICKINSON, REZNOR GAS HEATER
work it and will sell at a bargain. tate, office over Curtis & O'Neal's,
The new loop the loop dances may Owner, Box 137, Taft, Fla. I next to P. O. Phone 555. 1-3-tf NOTICE ItIt
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be'all right, but it is believed that l-6-d&w-lm! FOR RENT Ne\v1y furnished rooms, The books for the of : They are cheap to buy and very economical -
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flying trapeze work should not be FOR SALE veranda and board; nicely; all kept conveniences grounds;; noth-large voters in Orange county will be 'c: 3 to 6 cents an hqur
according to the
countenanced in good society. An artistic and beautiful home; ing better for the money in Florida; opened in my office at the CourtHouse
modern and complete in every particular near in. 205 Magnolia Ave. l-3-6t I on Monday, January 5th 1914, : size-and the cleanest and
"The of doesn't'bun- Seven large rooms and bath; !I and will be kept open six days in are most conJ ,
today
dle herself woman ," the special immense closets. Screened sleepingand Ii FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom each week, until the first Monday in : venient heating made. No wood '
up says I I rear porches; tenfoot'eranda to persons wishing suburban March, 1914. J ashes or : >
writer. But she does doll herself across entire front. A few bearing I W.
!accommodations also 2 L. DOLIVE,
; acres good
mightily. trees, flowers and shrubbery. New truck land, close in. Good opportu- I 1-3-tf Supervisor of Registration. 5. oil to carry just turn the valve and strike
and near in, fine location. "
nity for right person. Address "A,
Any one desiring an ideal home, Sentinel. 9-8tf :: a match. .
Looks as -though winter weather I address I TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: c

was finally here, from a temperature I OWNER, P. 0. Box r495. MISCELLANEOUS The co-partnership heretofore existing It _
standpoint, anyway. II between T. A. Yancey' and J. K. t
______ 1.2tf'I WANTED-Dining room girls. Apply Swick, under the firm name and styleof :
0rland hotel. 1-6-tf T. A. Yancey & Company, is hereby -
Take your repairing to Warman on FOR REM I - ---- -- dissolved. The business will be ORLANDO l W Tm & LIGHT T.m.
Court street. 12-5-tf DRESSMAKING at 307 E. Pine St. conducted at the old stand by J. K.
12-12-lm .
FOR nE Furnished seven-room Swick, who has authority collectall
house. Call at Sentinel. 12-14-tf FOR RENT-New furnished rooms in accounts, and who will pay all
W. T. EXTKICAN, I
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new modern home; every convenience indebtedness. Gas Department
:Mikes a specialty of painting, paper-' FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms, ; kitchenette if desired; reason T. A. YANCEY.
ing, refinishing floors, furniture etc. with bath, for light housekeeping. able. 14 E. Amelia avenue, next doorto J. K. SWICK.
Phone 636. 12-21.1m 209 East Jackson St. 12-30-tf the Wyoming. 12.1-tf Orlando, Fla., Jan. 6, 1914. 4IIIIIIISOIOllallllleIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIO..I.III,.
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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 next year to carry a greater ,

assortment of high-grade Furniture, and to serve] you (amore '


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 propose to show our

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

bargains on every item in our store.


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Motor 41.4 x 51.4; four cylinders, cast in pairs; unit power plant; cone dutch; selective type transmisSion -
; German silver "V" shaped radiator, square tint type; Stromberg carburetor; full floating rear We are prepared to.give
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10 inch upholstering; nickel trimmings; body, steel; colors: blue or gray, black running gear. Prices! clean and quick service.58t5isSt .
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bright in general. Orlando, he says,! .
is growing at a rapid pace.' Scoresof Ii I Subscribe for the Sentinel. I I 578. I
handsome residences have been OrlandoJTater
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high, are going up. Next to Gainesville -i For This 2z Light do.Electric"ity .
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The large attendance yesterday
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afternoon at the funeral services of -- ---

>> Archdeacon Benjamin F. Brown attested ----- '--- --
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in some degree the high esteem !-- -_- -
and warm friendship in which := :

he was held. S t
Bishop Gray conducted the impresi i :
she service, Archdeacon Rickert read- := ;::
ing the Scripture lesson, Dean Gray \ -
and the Rev. J. G. Litch, of Winter 0 =.
Park, being also in their vestments; cai l 'I t, ,C W/1I

while in the congregation were Bish- .
THESTATE op Mann, Rev. Arthur S. Peck, of
I Sanford, and Rev. L. A. Spencer.The ;
Masons attended in uniform,
and the vestrymen of the church at .- 7..\''j'fJ'ur'Olt) .
BANK Sanford, with their present rector _
(who succeeded Mr. Brown there) and -=- L- :
other friends made the trip in autos

that they might thus show honor to .-=- .
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of Orlando one who held the love and confidenceof Last year your Income vasFamily $
his congregation there, his last .
charge, as he had ever done wherever = expenses'lcrc -
1893 =_
stationed throughout his ministry of _
1 nearly sixty Rent, Taxes, ]nsurance. ..
.1._. .t..:. years.
According to the custom of the I Personal .. '
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expenses
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LONG ESTABLISHED Episcopal church, the simple jet .
SAFE beautiful service did not include any Gifts and Luxuries i -
spoken tribute to his character and
CONSERVATIVEACCOMMODATING work; nor was such needed for the Money set aside for old] age or c 1i1 rcn's. f

earnest I friends there gathered, who :: EducationLai .
have been helped by his life, and will -= --

cherish his memory. = = jotnh. .
I The pall bearers were }Ir. Harvey,, =-----=-=. --,--
Mr. Chas. Lord --------- ---
Mr. Frank Williams, ------- ----
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Mr. Bryce, Mr. T. 0. Brown, and Mr :i:
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nephew, Mr. Fels Brown, of Bal- ----------- -----
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BAD WEATHER DOES NOT DEACONESS PARKHILL TO 0
test doctrine, prayer, God by experiment ,
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to grasp the material, reason to 1.fl=l, ,,,.'," ::1'lit':1"1"1":,' ''I'"!.',,:.Ii'''I.t.r'':!",,;,:"11.,""III. ',':1'1;'1:11':111:1 iI 1::i:im";" lIIVIIIil'I"d, !"', ::'\,: .1,1.:1\1"',:\::'" I,!:"' ",I'"',I hI;.:"J,''liil\,I I;, ,, I ly, :'i:.; I'7 ; :1 I?i I"""I"!'i",,''i",111.1''I '.I'I.'"'N'"1::i : ," ., :'I,II 1,1" .11,1',I I'I'',i,'II i 11.1',1':I'I/i'':r.1:"1,"..lti":'111,1" "d I:dII";,Hi' ,"'i'1"''''I";,. ;,Mi,',,{"'I I",1'1"' "Id,, :''Ih"I III"pl,,{I y:I'ji!' '1 I.I I,:I.;I,.I lu Ih'I'' I,
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God's weather and God's work capacitate us to comprehend the intellectual The following invitation has been
and all will come but right. and consciousness to makeus issued: --- --- -

On account of the inclement weather capable of coming in touch with "Deaconess Parkhill earnestly requests . .
last right the crowd at the Tup- the higher realm of the spiritual. your presence at the regular [FC- -p -j '=::1.111

per meetings was cut down somewhat, Obedience is the condition of knowledge meeting of Annie Coleman Chapter,
but Dr. Tupper and the pastor, Dr. in the spiritual sphere. This ; United Daughters of the Confederacy, .
Poulson, declare "it's God's weather was a fundamental and oft-repeated I at the Chapter House, Thursday, January -
and God's work and all will come out teaching of Jesus. 'If any man willsto eighth, at three o'clock, and will
right in the end." do God's will he shall know.' Not be pleased to have you enjoy a social I

After the half hour's song service, knowledge and then obedience, but hour and cup of tea with her after- The, CONFIDENCE you have placed
led by the good sized choir, Dr. Tup- obedience and then krowledge." ward." .. .
per announced his text from John Dr. Tupper stated last night that in the
makes
1:4G, "Come and see," and delivered a I I he would preach this evening on "A SOCIAL REFORM CLUB AT' 3 us during past year us g <

strong, heart-searching sermon on,"A Most Comforting Conception of God," UNITY CHAPEL TONIGHT ,
Religion, Not of Theory, but of Fact. and relate the experience of a mar- n GRATEFUL We assure you that dur- fl .

He said, in part: vellous conversion of a noted Denver The club just organized for the
"Religion with, the child of God is skeptic when brought face to face study of Methods of Social Reform ing 1914 we shall endeavor to please you
not a matter of theory or of specula-. with the thought of God as good and will meet tonight at Unity Chapelat
tion, but of fact and of experience. merciful. 7:30. To this meeting all men and L I more than ever.ALLEN .
It is a glorious reality, surchargedwith Services tonight begin at 7:30. women who are interested in present-
the light of God. Theories weigh Doors open at 6:45. Come early and day problems are most cordially in4 4 0 o
little when facts prove them to be take part in the song and praise sere vited. The club is non-partisan, and
false. The learned La'rdner wrote vice. Don't miss Dr. Tupper's mes- non-sectarian. Members of labor or-
book to prove that it is impossible fora sage tonight. ganizations are especially invited.
& CO Jewelers
steamship to cross the ocean, but Subject for tonight, "The Industrial
the first ship that was impelled by UNITY CIRCLE :MEETS Revolution." ,
steam from Europe to Americabrought -

on board this ,popular workon Unity Circle this afternoon at Airbaot travel between Tampa and
navigation. There is a more direct Unity Chapel. Miss Gordon will speakon St. Petersburg on the Benoist Everything Guaranteed Prompt RepairingV.V.ViVaViViV.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V

way of settling faith than by the "Other Religions." All are cordially plane is said to be fast hYdrO-I m
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toilsome process of reason: we .may invited. commonplace affair.

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