Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00299
 Material Information
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 8, 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: VID00299
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
lccn - sn 96027193
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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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MADE IN AUD Two of the "There are many of the leading
SHOWING representatives genus I' WILL TAKE PERSONAL

ITOR'S REPORT MAKE AN INSPECTION hobo called at Mayor Sperry's home men tration who this don't year know must that be the entirelynew regis- SITES FOR POST OFFICES CHANGE

after time
I shortly supper Tuesday
I ," said Mr. W. L. ,Dolive, super
and considerate
evening, being persons -
visor of registration, yesterday. "It
FAVORS LOWER MILLAGE .1 know of their The is really surprising that some of our
presence. REBEL
I refrigerator and pantry are on the
LEAGUESAt the newspapers have had so much to NEW JOB
back veranda, and the mayor's unin- I
I about it. I really afraid that
IN say am
BY INCREASING VALUATIONS vited guests helped themselves to a II
an interesting meeting of the many of them will fail to get their Special to the SentineLWashington FEDEItLSUE STRENGTHENIXG .
ASSESSMENTS AND MAKING generous repast of boiled ham, cheese, I II Jan. 7.-Great activityin
Round Table held at Unity Chapel names on the list and will find it out FORTIFICATIONS AND
CAPITAL OF CITY'S FINANCIAL bread, butter and pies. They slipped j the selection of public building sites
last Miss Eleanor Gordon when to vote.
night, only they
gavea go '
SUPERIORITY' the pies off the plates and sliced the in Florida and other states will be PREPARING FOR POSSIBLE
talk on the industrial revolution,, II On Monday, the first day the books
bread and ate right there. They were displayed in the near future. Congress LONG SIEGE
which treated the subject rather there registra-
ex- were open, were no
Mayor E. F. Sperry is much pleasedat : in no hurry and evidently didn't fear has authorized the purchase of,
haustively for the limited time givenit. tions whatever. Yesterday afternoonthe
the report made by Accountant J. molestation. They gathered up a about 300 public building sites Special to the Sentinel
She traced the history of indus- number had run to thirteen. Thus
Presidio, Tex., Jan. i.-The
D. Mitchill of Orlando's financial con- basket, however, and took some fruit throughout the country and has pro-I tempo-
trial progress from the home factoryto the time of Mr. Dolive and his assist- rary abandonment of the rebels'
dition, and purposes to make use of away with them. When the mayor vided an appropriation to pay a forceto +I campaign
the sweatshop and the employmentof ant, Mr. Robert Howe, hasn't been against the
the by having it printed in learned of their visit he was much inspect the sites offered and to Mexican
child labor, including fea- : consumed entirely with applicants to
many I town just across the border from this
worried for fear hadn't
they I Ii
form, and an order was gotten a make recommendations to the treas-
tures of intense interest to the student The list of
register. deputy registration is
city, allowing both sides
for two hundred cop- i square meal, and advertised for them department. a chanceto
yesterday ury
of industrial conditions. officers for the eighteen precincts
from the
I recuperate
of it. to come back and he would give thema All of these proposed sites must be exhaustingand
At the conclusion of the talk the outside of Orlando, as appointed by almost continuous battle
"I believe that Orlando has been I dollar with which they might inspected and the reports must be in that
Round Table voted to attend the meeting Supervisor Dolive, follows: raged for week.
one of the best governed cities in the I chase a real dinner. pur-I I by June 30, the close of the fiscal nearly a
of the Civic and Municipal leagues No. 3-Winter Park; Percy Dale. I The constitutionalists under
said Mayor Sperry last Last night while the mayor or otherwise the appropriation Gen-
country, I
to be held at the Rest and Tea Room No. Maitland; B. A. Galloway. eral Ortega ,have withdrawn
his sitting room telling of the theftof to employ the force will lapse. Consequently i almost
night. Monday night, when the question of No. 5-Lockhart; P. M. Moseley.No. miles .
twenty from the
"The financial condition of the cityas the night before, a member of the no time will be lost in dis- city. So care
inviting Miss Caroline Bartlett Craneto I. I. Turner.No. :
G-\popkaj less
has been his
shown in the auditor's report is extremely household heard a slight noise in the v I patching the agents to the various :. guarding of the road
Orlando, to make an inspection of 7-Bay Ridge; Jno. E. Merrill. to Chihuahua from
satisfactory and pleasing.Our rear of the house and opening the towns that are to secure public build City which his
the city, will be considered. Miss No. Zellwood; L. C. Osborne. ; +!supplies of ammunition and food
back door must
millage low, and I believe an perceived two figures mak- ings.
Crane is known as the physician to No. Clarcona L. W. Gilliam. I'
; come that the federal .
scouts have
investigation would prove that Or- ing a hasty exit from' the premises. I I In Florida sites are to be acquired : captured
sick cities. She is No. 10 Ocoee R. C.
regarded as ex. ; Bigelow. several
lando has the lowest millage of any aji Prior to the second visit of the ma- at Lakeland, Key West, Kissimmee !'|i automobiles laden with
pert on locating bad conditions it the No. 11-Winter Garden; A..B. Newton : ?''munitions' of war intended for
city of its,size in Florida. Orlando'srate rauders to the Sperry home, a simi- I Lake City and DeFuniak. The authorizations -i the
i poorhouses, jails, back alleys and I I 1 rebels, and sent
j : by General Villa from
of thirteen mills is just about lar robbery was reported from the for these places are for:
market houses and suggesting No. 12 Oakland J. C. Michael. !
I remedies ; } I I City.
half the. millage necessary in other home of Mr. C. E. Johnson. The the purchase of sites only. In addition :,
for the evils. She hun- No. Center J. W. Bass. '
I gets a -Orange ; Villa is
Florida towns of the same class, and tramps in Orlando appear to be hungry federal buildings are provided: expected by Ortega to either
dred dollars a day for her work. Miss No. 14-Gotha; E. D. Roberson :j send more men well
I do not believe that the assessed val- but harmless.DR. I!for on land not yet purchased at Pa-I I as as suppLi
Crane has been invited to visit Jacksonville No. 15-Taft; H. C. Hnmmond.I I to I renew the attack against the fo'
uations are any higher, but I am in iatka, Sanford, Apalachicola and Ma- !, :
the assessments Pensacola, Tampa and other No. 1G-Pinecastle. ; Fred M. Pres- : rianna. i i: tied town, or to come in person v :'
favor of increasing I j
cities in Florida, and will probably TUPPER'S POWERFUL ton. I I reinforcements take
command .,
still further.It j W. M. former :
and lowering the millage I Holloway, superint '
be asked to include Orlando in her SERMON TOUCHED AUDIENCEA No. 17-Conway; IL T. Arnold. !lead the attack.
be easily done and it would be I of public instruction in Florida
can I ':
itinerary. It is understood that May- No. 18-Fort Christmas; G. G. I i The federals are taking the I I.II I.
to the advantage of the town to do I will inspect the sites in that
it." (j I or Sperry and other members of the large audience was on hand at'' Coward.No. state. II advantage of the lull in brfaI i

jcity commission will be invited to the Baptist church last night to hear I Ii | 19-Pickett; Ben Gore. raising additional fortification .
The mayor is not in favor of penalizing In every instance the inspector will I
take part in the meeting Monday No. 20-Fi:h D. W. Rouse. : i hind which
the tax payers who fail to pay I i, Dr. Tupper, the popular and eloquent ; report to Byron Newton, assistant they will repel tlu r.

night. :;pastor-evangelist who is here for the i|attack of the eonstitutionalists. 'Ih ,>
their taxes before January 1, but he secretary of the treasury, his first,

said the act laying the excess of one I two weeks' meeting. His sermon was I SLUSH AND SNOW\ AND ALL' second and third choice. From these ;,feel that much depends upon the-

j powerful and soul-thrilling, fraught I I holding Ojinaga, because as lone .
per cent per month for the numberof JACKSONVILLE OFFICETO : three Mr. Newton will make a selec- *

months which had elapsed since 1 i with illustrations that impressed upon I tion. His choice is not final, however,j there remains a good sized force <

taxes were due was a special law enacted the heart the deep and abiding truths I KINDS OF BAD \WEATHER until the attorney general of the federals j in'Ortbern Mexico Villa wil i )JI

for Orlando and the commis- BE MODEL OF KIND of God's Word. But few men, if any, : United States passes upon the titleto i not be able to make good his threat

sioners could do nothing to relieve the can better tell a story or bring more I the property and pronounces it satisfactory. I to march south to attack Mexico City.

out of illustration than Dr. WHICH IS THE KIND FLORIDA ; I General Castro is in
people of its payment. Mayor Sperrythinks EXPERTS WILL SHOW FORCE. an can In investigating titles the command at

Tupper. ESCAPES BECAUSE ITS Ojinaga. With him are Generals'
this impost falls heaviest upon HOW TO IMPROVE POST- i attorney general necessarily relies

people who are the least able to payit I The song services began promptlyat FLORIDA upon the district attorneys in the va- Orozco, Salazar and some six or sev
THERE 7:30: lasting for twenty-five min- I en other federal generals.
and in this manner works an in- rious states. When the title is given

'utes. The church walls were made to 1 I the 0. K. of the department of justicethe >- .
justice.Of I
the work done by City Clerk C. Washington, Jan. 7.-Charles F. I ring with one of the beautiful new II If anybody in Florida is the least site takes its place on a list to LINT) GETS INSTRUCTIONSFROM

A. Boone, Mayor Sperry is instant in Trotter, chief clerk to Daniel C. Roper songs, .'Saved"-a song that everybody -I bit inclined to complain about the lit- j be reached in regular order. PRESIDENT WILSON
i tie of coolish weather which has
praise. "We have one of the best first assistant postmaster gen-, ': seems to want to help sing. It I' spurt "i Washington, Jan. 7.-A letter has

men that any city ever had in chargeof I eral, who will head the force that will is pronounced to be one of the strongest been experienced the past few days, I, LAKELAND MAN KILLED been received here saying that Lindis

this office," said he, "and Mr. Booneis go to Jacksonville for the purpose of and most stirring evangelistic i perhaps the following from the I WHEN AUTO UPTURNED now in possession of the pre?>

the hardest worked man in Orlando making the postoffice there a model hymns ever used in a revival meeting' Wheeling, W. Va., Register, may dent's plans in regard to Mexico. The

today." The mayor said that someway office, is an enthusiast over the plan ,,in this city. The large choir and congregation serve as an antidote for the grouch: Lakeland, Fla., Jan. 7.-.\. M. Grif- circumstances of the unusual meeting
All that said of the brand of
would be found to relieve the which the department is about to pro- will use it again tonight. was I fon, of this city, was killed this morn- between the president and Lind is explained

city clerk of a part of his duties, but teed to carry out. ..i I Dr. Tupper's text was, "The God of weather sent along for Saturday maybe I ing near Youmans, when a tire on I by the report that a prominent -

he doesn't think the city could affordto Mr. Trotter, who is recognized as'' Jacob defend thee." Jacob, he said I said, with equal propriety, of that his motor car burst. The machine :Mexican, one who is close to

dispense with his services. "I cer- an executive of exceptional ability, ''.!was one of the most unlovely characters sent along yesterday.The I turned over, catching Mr. Griffon and I Huerta, was on the Chester to meet

has given much study to the model depicted in the Bible, but God least that might be said of yesterday's j the
tainly wouldn't undertake to run the : pinning him in such a way as to cause i president. No wireless messagesjAvere :

office without Mr. Boone," he said. postoffice plan and he discussed it today gloved him. He was one of the worst I conditions is that they were injuries which resulted in his death a sent on the subject for fear of a

Speeders to Pay the Penalty in a most interesting way. !'!of sinners-cunning, crafty, treacherous equally hotten" and that is saying I short while afterwards. Examination leak. It is certain that the Mexican's

Orders have been issued by the He said that, in the first place, the immoral yet God was to him a I "something, too. has not been made, but will be mission was a failure.
mayor to the police to keep a sharp force that visits the various post- God of abundant pardon and of trans- Throughout the whole day itsnowed I' later in the afternoon, but it''is believed -

lookout for speeders and to make offices with himself at the head, will : forming power. The Bible gives but ; and rained, alternately, then his neck was broken. HUEnr.TE fEIlS AMERICAN

come in a friendly seeking not : little hope to the self-righteous, but concurrently and simultaneously, pre-
cases against them. The running of way I Mr. Griffon was local manager of CHARGE HIS PRIVATE CAR
condition about
automobiles at a reckless rate of only to make possible improvementsin to the man of conscious sin, yet turning precipitating a as I the Union News company, handling .

the respective offices, but to take :] his face toward the sky, there is j wholly unsatisfactory as easily may Mexico City, Jan. 7.-Nc!;on
speed is to be stopped, even if stern I newspapers, etc., on the railroads,and
O'Shaughnessy and his wife left here
measures are necessary to protect the advantage, for the good of the department : always an inspiration from heaven. I II be imagined. I was not married. The accident oc-
I No particular damage was done, it. tonight for a short visit to Vera Crrz
people from it. The chief of police is of any first-class features 'The God of Abraham is the God of I 'curred, about 8 o'clock this morring.
the storm of I at the special invitation of John Lind.
seems, by yesterday.
with stop-watch, and little that may be: discovered during the the noble man, the God of Isaac is :
doubt will enter a the question as to the examination. Mr. Trotter said that in i the God of the average man, the God Reports kept sifting in throughout ] FORMER BANDIT TO RUN FOR They will return here Saturday. Wh >
the day, however, with reference to Huerta learned that O'Shau hne" -'
rate of speed at which a car is being. the Indianapolis postoffice probablysome of Jacob is the God of the sinning I GOVERNOR OF OKLAHOMASpecial
: done that of was going to Vera Cruz he
the by temkc
operated if the chief makes the arrest feature can be found that will man. History, both sacred and secu- ; damage railways I

I be advantageous at Seattle, for in. ;lar, Dr. Tupper pointed out, throbs before. Railroads and street ', to the Sentinel him the use of his private r-

got back pretty well to their schedules Oklahoma Jan. O'Shauphnessy, it is understood, <*" '
City, Following
'with illustrations
In regard to the proposed ordinance : stance, or vice versa. If so, the office of the saving graceof
be where the discovery is found will get I God. There are Saul of Tarsus, I but the telegraph and telephone ; j telegraphic advices from New York confer with Lind on suggestions TTi;": '

requiring cars to placed against I credit for the working plan and other, Augustine, John Newton, John Bun- companies, notwithstanding the fact ; today 1 that Al Jennings, former bandit by Wilson in his talk with Lir.fl '
at ,
the curbs Orange avenue an
I offices will get the benefit of it. iran, Jerry McCauley and thousandsof that they had their full repair crews has decided definitely to run for board the Chester at Gulfport.McADOO .
angle of forty-five degrees, Mayor I
out, were able only partially to reestablish 1 the Democratic nomination for
certain that the When the offices selected for these others, with consciences relieved, : governor -
he is not
Sperry says communication. And the of Oklahoma and will make formal I
burdens lifted intellects elevated FINISHES HEARING
experiments ,
are over a system-
idea will work well, and he is a little I
fearful that accidents might occur by atic plan will be worked out and the spirits irradiated, lives transformed' work, no doubt, will require several '; i: announcement of his candidacy AT NEW YORK; TO BOSTON

through the and inexhaustible days more. :< 1 upon his return home next week, bis
* of cars into the middle of I department will take pride in any ef- condescending I,
hacking forts made by the forces to the stand- : love of God. Jacob's great .The streets are in a frightful condition !j Friends have started a movement to :Special to the Sentinel

u.j; streets from this arrangement. ard of what a "model" office shouldbe. change of character came as the re-I! as a result of the snow and rain,,i raise a campaign fund which they believe New York, Jan. 7.-The wga. ,
is much in
!1 h;. Commissioner Johnson I A great desideratum to be at- suIt of two memorable experiencesthe :a combination which produces slush, ] will reach $100,000. tion committee woi-VVn. the .
f..'. of.it and thinks it a great im- '
)r :and, in this particular instance, very I currency law finf,h- ri- -
beautiful other
dream the
tained is uniformity in methods of one a I .
i "v eaent over the present plan. i I II.t slushy that. The conditions this '
slush city and
the i ir operation. The aim is to establish as a severe struggle. It was in each 0: I,
tried plan out !
commissioner '
hardly: will be improved if the weather : ton, where Friday ' a<,-

f\>r the rest of then nearly a perfect standard as possible case a marvellous revelation of divine I bureau's predictions for more snow: Middletown, N. Y., Jan. 7.-The;i'dest be' r'-. .. tar 'r.'
and then to use it as an ol joi l lesson grace. There is no despair for any
: '.d all of next week, 1 today and colder tomorrow are real- weather of the winter is prevailing : 1 h:1k-- r' dp-; f.
tried and if it i in brintfiris? other city ;J.J..:y'; ';"s up man that comes to: God- with an open .
u proves j jr"i ized. ;' i in Orange county. The thernometer res;;; :_ r tVI: V-_
to the same standard. mind and a receptive heart. :
\ ordinance will be I Itt 11 registered 15 degrees below :McAdoo says no''; r
be I For instance, the Jacksonville post- Dr. Tupper will preach tonight on | I
the people '
: i "r:i erG:: today. that the eommitt(
"The Grace That Comes i S. WATERS HOWE RE-ELECTED he'<:
fi< .. Commissioner Johnson office, when completed as a "model, to the Recep- ;
u conclusion.FAIR .
. 'is expected to become the standard:: tive Heart. He stated that he would | CASHIER OF STATE BANK ;
V _t have already ex-
"eel gi their many approval it, and-I'm : for every size, and, in fact it will be read tonight a remarkable letter written - j.rAt Mr. G. M. Bloom, of Philadelphia,j.
.: they will all like it better when I a national model and oi/;?U lesson. j r to himself by Mr. Gladsone, telling -' a meeting 'Of the directors o(has come to Orlando to have active: NItECTORS TO MEET

of the great statesman's relation j 1 the State bank held yesterday mom-'charge of the Lucerne theater under I
ti it in actual
tsee operation. THE WEATHER 'II to Jesus Christ as his personal Saviour. .; J bag the following were re-elected: T. :he direction of the owner, Mr. J. B. A special meeting of the Orar. .

Y'ur daily paper can be,,Band at Florida: Generally fair Thursdayand i I:P. Warlow, vice-president; Waters,kfagrader. Mr. Bloom is an experienced -, County Fair association has b-\:
C >.ti!i. & O'Neal's! Bank, Music and Friday; warmer in central and I Services begin promptly at 7:30. I :Howe. cashier, and S. A. Newell, as- man, and win no doubt makehe I called for ten o'clock this mornim-!

incStore: fie,t Ihlstofficc. I i north Thus sday. Don't miss this message tonight. :s:::tant cashier t Lucerne an attractive playhouse i I the; San Juan. t



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Taft, Fla., Jan. 6.-Mr. F. W. PiI I
nert and wife, of Bowling Green, i 0, :. LET US BE DURING 1914 Today..ThursdayatM
who have been stopping at the Nelson We wish to supply your drugs this

House for the past week, left Monday Who: :I i:S year.When youwant drugs or anythingthat
for a trip to the southern part drug stores sell, you can make m

of the state, but will return latei assurance of securing right qualityand MBRY MOTION PICTURE Cfl
He is very favorably impressed with! right service doubly sure by com-
ing to our stor
Taft and probably will invest and settle YourDrug
here with us. Begin trading here with the inten-

Mr. J. D. Miller and wife, Mr. J. tion of remaining a customer only so
L Fish and Mrs.Volf and family are long as youReceive Grand TheatreA

out today on a fishing trip. We expect courteoustreatment;

from now on fish will be a drug Get wholly reliable goods; A PROGRAM YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO IISSBiograph's
on the market.Mr. Find what you want,and
J. E. Henry was a visitor in are atisfied with prices. "A
Orlando Tuesday.Mr. Drama of New York Society, Tender Hearted -

and Mrs. G. R, Brickley are in This is a fair proposition. If you are Crook.'
Kissimmee today on business. gist not acquainted with us, ask your
Miss Frances Dennis, Miss Myrtl neighbor or physician about us. Kalems Comedy..4The Watch Came Back'

Raup and Mr. Lyman Bowman tool "
Old Boston.
in the sights of Orlando on Wednes Kalems ,

day. ? DeLANEY DRUG CO., Seligs Exciting Drama-.."The False Friend."
Messrs. J. L Fish and J. D. :Mille

were in. H.Orlando W. Bertsch Tuesday.Mrs. and. Miss L'diaRo"all : ORLANDO, FLA.. Miss Helen Fredwin..The Tiny Songster

were in Kissimmee yesterday. i
Mr. P. N. Carriger, of Lebanon, ..MlimitMiiMIIIIMiMIHHIHIMIMilllMMIIMI Warm Theatre

Ind., is stopping at the Nelson House 5 C MATINEE DAILY 3:30 10 C
He is canvassing for a new United 1111111111111.11.1111..1111,11,11.111111111,1111112THE

States map.
Mr. H. B. Leake, of Orlando, was
in town on business yesterday. H< MARKETOf Turn out and welcome them on Monday. The greatest entertainers on the

also was registered at the Xelsor. Southern stage. Real Comedy---The kind you laugh at because you can't help .

House. yourself-The real class in singers. They are now packing the Imperial in Jack-

Last evening the young people oi Cleanliness Of. QualityFRESH sonville to capacity and receiving the highest salary of any team on the circuit.
Taft and elsewhere had a very pleasant -

gathering at the Nelson House, AND SALT MEATS Hodges Brothers and Ross
Dancing was the principal featureof

the evening. Luncheon was served FISH AND GAME Monday is the Day-Keep it in Mind
and all report a splendid time.
:Mrs. C. H. Nelson and her daughter Kept under the best sanitary conditions.Ever.thing . NEXT TUESDAY AND\VEDNESDAY| Romance at Orlando. A true home I

Mr., Frances David Richardson, Mrs. J. -D.journeyed Miller and to screened away from the flies, and kept fresh picture which we will surround by the greatest program you have ever seen here. I

Pinecastle yesterday after a load of and pure. 'II'II'I'I"'IIII = III'I'II'O'II.ooeOIIIII'II'III ffffill 011 III' I' I' I' II I"III.
grapefruit, oranges, etc. They re-
turned with a full load. We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

Miss Mabel Daniels, of Geneva, one everything in the Meat Line. For Economy and pur

of our former teachers, now teaching
on the East Coast, is visiting in town vVRGNEALTYT& chase power of your money

among old friends and some younger The PARLOR MARKETH. R ESTATE BaD co T "T ry Wright Farm
ones for a few days. FOR
The palatial residence which Mr. !hats Our business and Garden Seeds. in

A. E. Boyce is building on Fourth M. Self & Co. Orlando, Florida bulk. "Motto" Quantityand
street is now completed, being all enclosed

and inside work going on, and PINE STREET Quality.
will soon be ready for its occupants.His .

wife is improving in health so as Phone No. 80HHIIIIIMIMIMMMMIIIMMMIIMMMMMiMHm Fresh Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice, 40 cents 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butter, 40

to be able to come here soon to enjoyit ;I cents; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 cents

in the sunny land of Florida, where dozen; Butter Milk, 10 cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, (selects) 50 cents quart, 30
sickness and sorrow, cares and painsare
felt and feared cents pint.
no more.
73; DASHED TO DEATH W'IIENBOAT WOOD, COAL AND ICE "That Xmas Present" delivered
Mr. J. D. Miller has transformedthe Individual Package 10 lbs. Ass't Fruits, by Express,
cottage on First avenue and Third HITS ROCK Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.
(oal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
of Mr.
street, recently purchased
Jan. G. Dashed to i
Winnipeg, Man., !
Schumann, into a fine dwelling, witha
; -
in the Fraser river j
death on the rocks -
broad porch on three sides and oth- I FIRE INSURANCE
British Columbia, or swept toj l
er added improvements, the grounds
their doom by the swift current, was|
all cleared up and ready for gardening ;
the fate of 75 laborers employed bylthe I
fruit trees, etc. lie will have a
Grand Trunk Pacific railroad, ac-;;,
little paradise all of his own. A few EY1o
cording to Angelo Pugliese today, one I Success
more men like him to purchase and to'' ClTYAtlD
of the twenty-five who managed !
improve property are better for the escape when the flat boat in which I I COUNTRY
town than a thousand nonresidentswho
buy for speculation, pick out the I they were being transported across. REALESTATC'RJ JANSEN
I wrecked rock.SMALLPOX
the river was on a ,
best locations, and let them remain
'idle, a blot on adjoining property as Buy It BecauseIt's i IMPROVED AHUUNIMPROVED 14TART

well as their own, simply waiting for BREAKS OUT ORLANDO OoLIC'
others to make improvements that AT GUAXTAXIMO STATION{i a Better CarModel FLORIDA. )

theirs may advance, without any of \ T "
their own efforts. Washington, Jan. Battleships| C1
The school bell is ringing again and torpedo boats which are to sail I Touring Car J
Office in Rock Building ORANGE AVE. Opposite San Juan Hotel
after the holiday vacation. Prof. Sunday for advanced base maneuvers I f.o.b. OrlandoGet

Riley, who has been spending his vacation at Culebra, Porto Rico, were today particulars fromF.
hunting bears and other big warned to keep away from the naval MHiitHtttMitmttMiiiHtintmttitiniiniMHas .

game, starts in again with renewed station at Guantanimo, Cuba, by Secretary G. RUSH,

vigor Mrs. John Hill and Mrs. A. J, Rich- cases of Daniels.smallpox have Thirty-four been reportedat new Phone 226Hammond&Gore I Ook1aaha Nursery Service, I

lando ardson yesterday.were business callers in Or- tine that has station been established., and a strict quaran-

Registration is on now in full force, I 7

and the appearances are that voter PROBE FRAUD IN BOSTON
twice day right along,
can register a
D Has always been accepted in Orange County as the
as the state and county books in Boston, Jan. 6.-A score of police
charge of H. C. Hammond are open officers were busy today serving sum I best to be obtained. No one has ever complainedand

for sixty days in the Taft hotel parlors monses on seven hundred citizens to no oneever will, because our trees are the best

and the municipal books in the ;'appear before the grand jury as witnesses -I I and cheapest (in the end) possible to procure.
city hall in charge of P. K. Harri- in the investigation of alleged

man, city clerk.A. fraud and irregularities in the filing I I i Who ever heard of one untrue to name or whoever
M. Bristol, Geo. K. Thomas, of nomination papers for the city
John Hill, Mrs Franklin and C. A. election. It is expected that the i i heard.of> an ignored claim?

Tompkins took the train for Orlando will take the cases .. .
grand jury up .. We offer you first choice from the largest stockin
this -
morning. Iv
next Monday l .
The municipal election will be held the world for this season's planting and your suc-

in the city hall on January 13, 1914, SOUP I I II cess with our stock is already assured when your
for the election of city officials for I
I grove is planted. Free advice as to stock and per-
the ensuing year.SUPREME We have met soup in the boardinghouse
; we've met it in the shop; sonal inspection of your land when requested on any

JUSTICE MAKES we've met all kinds from regular soup fUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL planting of 300 trees or more. Suitable discountsto

PLANS FOR OWN FUNERAL to ordinary slop. We have tested PRICES planters of large acreage. In fact, the very best
flavors, from bean to con- VALUES LOW
Washington, Jan. Recognizing many while which we have of everything and 0. W. Conner behind it all.
that his death was inevitably near at somme;
hand, Justice Harvey McLeary, associate eaten seemed as flat as common
justice of the supreme court of whey. We have tasted soup called

Porto Rico, who died here yesterday, chicken broth that made us feel OUR FURNITURE ADDRESS
think folks went so far
made all plans for the funeral. This ashamed to

fact the Leary Hymn service was: ,made"Face as planned known to Face.today.by"Justice This:Mc is wrong have tongue at other had in and times having it made when it's it us been thus it howl scorched so named.cold we've for we've help had We our; been standard wouldn't We accepted provide of merit.be by here the knowing were If quality'an it article otherwise.furniture of of furniture the is here foundation We buyers that it can't is has as stones good.It make long the. OCKLAAIIA O \ J\\ J\ NURSERIES ij [ I[

maker's scalp is
wished it's ; clear-it one
Poem, "After Death in Arabia, this point too I
when 'twas full of bones so dry and that means much to any buyer. II
it business
of this ,
Remarks by the officiating clergyman and free from meat, it really seemeda Dept. 23, Tangerine .
pity old Fido thus to cheat. We've, BLOCK
, searched for oysters in our stews McNEDl & DAVIS .
T Poem, "OldIan's Funeral" (Bryant I
times than we can tell, to have Church SI. Orlando Fla.
more and
). search rewarded by a stingy piece I Cor;[Orange Af too This many nights a week his wife ought to
Hymn, "Nearer, My God, to Thee. our J There are many lodges.
ceremonies.The of shell. Yes, friend, we've tried to L : - playing tin soldier and wagging your initiate him into a home lodge with a
Masonic service will be carried out except gulp it down; the while to wear a'' :ii---! <:: _- ears at some alleged high chief wor- club.-Greenville Advocate.

as to Masonic rites at All Souls pleasant smile and hide a pent-up thy hoop-te-doo squatting on a painted -
Unitarian Church tomorrow after- frown. But the flattest soup we ever throne is all right up to a certain Griffing trees give results. Office

noon. Burial will be at Arlington met, in which no joy can lurk, is that Sentinel limit; but where a man belongs to a opposite P. 0. W. H. Brokaw,sales. a
3 National cemetery with Masonic and made from the wishbone of the good Read Morning half dozen of them and is out that man. 1225tfs

military honors. old Christmas turk.-Ex. I ,.

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Orlando, Florida.Condition .

at the close of business December 31, 1913 Have your room or house
The storm-tossed sea gave up its
dead yesterday and solved the mystery RESOURCES cleaned without dust or troubleof

of the disappearance of Miss Loans and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . 103,080.10

Jessie Evelyn McCann ,who left her Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 362.37 moving furniture ,
home at No. 438 East Twenty-first Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . . . 26,018.33
street, Brooklyn, on Thursday, December Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . . . . . 200,9 6.57
4, and was not seen alive Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures . . . 25,974.87
again by any member of the family, .o. The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced .

says the New York World of Monday $656,382.24 :::
The furious breakers that foamed LIABILITIES : man.
Beach boardwalkand I I
over the Brighton Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000.00Surplus : .
the Concourse
almost invaded : and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 35,214.86 I :
hours released SEE THEM FOR TERMS
throughout the night : Deposits . . ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 521,167.38 ..:
' the girl's body from somewhere. I .
it was not George Neusse, the night : 656382.21 :

watchman of the parkway, who made ..... .

the antics discovery.of a flock That of wind-driven was due to sea-the ::: Deposits on Dec. 31, 1912 . . . . . . . . . 189971.68 :
gulls shore which adjoining hovered the public over the baths rocky at :..:,':. Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . . . . . 521167.38 :I CO11,"Inc.

the eastern end of Coney Island. n Increase 31,195.70 :

Neusse's attention was first calledto The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust CHURCH STREETitttMIHIIItMHMMtMIMttiMMIIIttllMllllttiaii

the strange behavior of the gulls Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and

by a shore wanderer known simplyas friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement. .
Herman, who had one eye on the The management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects :

tide and the other on the flotsam and the conservative, sane and progressive methods employed in : IIIIIIMtlttitlMIIMIMMMtlttMMMIIIIinillHUi
jetsam of the storm. Neusse, who is this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and *

no longer young, his beard besprin- strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in health- .,. i

kled the whitecaps with tiny toward icicles,where ploughed Herman into ful statements to its patrons.M. .,: i Complete House ; ;

M. SMITH, President .
had noticed a dark, mysterious bun- .
dle, evidently not a log of firewood, W. M. DAVIS, Vice.President C. E. NOLAN, CashierMIMIIIIMtltltllMMMIMMfllttllllllllltlJIflltillilt :

that was being smashed against one @
of the foundation posts of the old tliMIMIMmtiMMmittiiMiillllitlMIIIMMIMIMMMiMM::" ,,
shelter house, just east of the big

When Neusse got hold of that bun- lllMlllillilMlilillililiMlltlMllitMltMMMMMMMimniMMMIMIMIItW. Bungalow -Modern
dle he found he was grasping two
human feet. Slowly he dragged the Lot covered with fine large trees full of oranges and

body up to the sea wall. Over him grapefruit. Five rooms and bath. Located just off Eola

hovered the seagulls. Then Neusse Park and only a few blocks from Court House' We knowof ; j

dispatched Herman to call a policeman i M. SLEMONS I no other house in Orlando to compare with it at the ; )

and presently the body lay in i price. Terms.
the morgue of the Coney Island hos- ;

pital.A. signet ring on the third
finger gold of the right hand was the first New Goods Arriving Daily FIVE ACRE TRACTS
Near Lake Underhill. Finest land
thing on the body to attract attention.It grove andjinest groves J
was impossible to get the ring ir in Orange County. Develop a grove on your monthly spare X
change. PRICE S50 PER ACRE. Timber practically $
oil the finger for some time, but Pa- pa"sfor
trolman Keleher, who had respondedto clearing.
Neusse's call, made out the ini-

In the Coney Island police station, We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
until you own the deed.
where Miss McCann's disappeaarnce Bros. of Baltimore. "King Shoes.
made by Schloss Quality"
had caused much excitement early in ORLANDO REAL ESTATE CO.

December, are kept red printed slipsof Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels. Room 2. Watkins Block. I

descriptions of missing persons Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from II. B. Cladm & Co.
and Keleher remembered that there ..1,1111",11,1,111,115..111111,1111,11111.1.1...

was something in such a slip about a & Co. Best place in the city to trade. .
signet ring marked "J. E. M."
Before the body had been taken to .." " '6HIIII1IIMI ' "

the hospital morgue a few minutes
after 7 in the morning, Keleher and I The AltamonteIALTAMONTE
the desk lieutenant had satisfied W. M. SLEMONSORANGE

themselves of the identity of the body.
They remembered that the day SPRINGS, FLORIDA. .
after she disappeared Miss McCann A beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlando(or A. C.L.
had been seen sitting on the rocky R.R.) Come out and get the best dinner served in interior -
shore near the bath house. Thirtyone ,.." "+**" .. ., ,,,. ,............ .,, ." " Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the

days had elapsed and the sea had most beautiful and healthful location in Florida, on
brought her back to where she had Ocklawaha Nurseries, home of Flor high ridge between two lovely lakes, 40 acres in parks.
alive.INVESTIGATION ida's best fruit trees, easily reached Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Sporting, etc.
last been seen from all parts of Orange, Lake, Semi. Electrically Hotel has 500 feet broad piazza. All modeen improve-

OF LABOR nole, Osceola anoTVolusia counties by Equipped! ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests.

DISTURBANCES TO BE MADE auto over hard surfaced roads, most 4c Isy Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet.
convenient for all planters and most
Washington, Jan. Nation-wide I reliable in Florida. Ocklawaha Nur- 'l', GEO. E. BATES & SON ProprietorsSummer
investigation of labor disturbances is series, Tangerine, Fla. Write for cat ,

to be immediately undertaken by the alog. Resort"The Grand,"West Vernon, N. H.
federal commission, it was announced! "> -
It's easier to get out a good advertisement 0 0Two.Siatl MMMMtttlMMtlMIHiMMHMCMIMIMMMMIttmNEW
to do was
here today. Decision so
than to borrw from your
reached following a five days' execu-
tive session. banker. SHEET MUSICWe
Standard Model
in the proposed inquiry
The first step The greatest motorcycle slue
of W. T. EXTRICAX, ever achieved. 7 II.P. Twin
will be the dispatch
equipped with Electric Head LUht Electric Tall Light.Electric Signal &a'
Mich. Two Seta Storage Batteries and Corbin-Brown Rear-Drive
to Calumet, Speedomet
investigators Pries$260.00. have just received from New
cr. See Catalog lor detailed description.Sndian York over
decorator. New
Painter and
where there is a strike of copper
ideas and old ones, too. Fhone 636.
and to Colorado, where thereis
Expert workmen employed. 300 pi softhe latest
a strike of coal miners. Past disturbances 12-21-lm MOTOCYCLES very "Broadwayhits

at Paterson, N. J., law- '
rence, Mass., and Los Angeles, Cal., :i FOR_SALE FOR 1914 Tangos, Waltzes Two Steps Rags and
are also to be investigated. The spe-
Thirty-five acres, fronting on Lake
cial agents will report the result of Conway, 25 acres of fruit land, and 60,000 brand-new red machines will go out over the Indian all the late popular songs. .
their investigation to the commission ten acres of garden land, one hun- trails during the coming year-the greatest motorcycle produce
February 2 and the commission prob- dred bearing orange trees, small tion in the history of the industry.
house and barn. Price $2,500. Iffyou wish to know what is really the
ably later will conduct hearings. will flash forth armed with "
Twenty-eight acres, twelve acres They fully .Thirty-Eight Betterments ...
Because of the apparent misunder- in grove, four hundred bearing trees,' for 1914!I" Armed with powerful and beautiful Electrical
standing as to its powers and duties and two.hundred young budded grape-' Equipment! Armed with a New Standard of Value which must rage in music on ', The Great White Way. '
the commission adopted a resolution fruit, eight hundred boxes of fruit completely overturn all existing ideas of motorcycle worth.
now on trees. Price $3,200. j
stating that it "has no power to act Come; in and see this lot.
Eighty acres, twenty-five acres' All standard Indian models for 1914 come equipped with electric
as a board of conciliation or media- cleared and fenced, house and out- head light, electric tail light, two sets high amperage storage bat
tion in labor disputes or to interferein buildings. Price 1500. teries, electric signal, Ctf bin Brown rear-drive speedometer.
manner with the attempted Twenty acres on lake front, well W. S. BRANCH
any located, three hundred bearing orange You cannot fully realize the 1914 Indian without a thorough study of the 1914 ,
settlement of such controversies. trees. Price 2200. Indian Catalog. It makes plain a host of compelling Indian facts that all motor.
The resolution adds, however, that Twenty acres good fruit land on cycle-interested men can consider to their real profit. Send for the 1914 Indian
Catalog-the most interesting volume of literature read. The Arcade Book and Music StoreIf
the commission "in carrying out its lake front, two acres bearing orange motorcycle you've ever

duties to discover the underlyingcause grove 1000., good six room house. Price The 1914 line of Indian Motocycles consists of:

of industrial unrest will inves- Twenty-five acres bearing orange 4 H.P. Single Service Model............................$200.00 you want to sell anything, reWE! FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
tj;ate existing as well as past dis- grove located on lake front within the 7 H.P. Twin Two-Twenty-Five, Regular Model.:........ 225.00 member the Sentinel want columns. i AND DO ALL KINDS
city limits. Ideal location for subdi- 7 H.P. Twin Two-Sixty, Standard Model................ 260.00 OF
turbances. I vision. Price $10,500. 7 H.P. Twin Light Roadster Model ..................... 260.00 Everybody; reads it. I OPTICAL REPAIRING
; J. E. CRAWFORD 7 H.P. Twin Two Speed, Regular Model......._........ 275.00
Ladies' hair dressing. rn,sage, Office over Bloc Drug Store 7 H.P. Twin.Two Speed, Tourist Standard Model ........ 300.00'
7 H.P. Twin Hendee Special Model (with Electric Starter) 325.00 .
hampoo, eteetric drier. Gem :Barber 117 S. Orange Avenue l
Shop. 12tfW. Phone 401Automobile Price F.O.B. Factory \ WM. HARPER
T. ENTUICAN, 'f C. R.Hilpert, Agent. Orlando, Fla.

i i For ;i Oldest Established Practice In DR.L L H. RAMSDELL f
Makes a i.( ialty of painting, papering ; ; Orlando

l'ooFe, refinishing 016. floors, furuture 1221.1m, etc. 1 New Five Passenger 1-! ; $19 W. Church Street, Up-Stairs J OPTOMETRIST

Lot Jon villa Consu tationand Examination (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Liking)
Cash Registers Warman fixes 'em i PHONE 419 us figure on jour Free ,
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(By W. S. Branch) or-1 Fine Grove and Home
South Florida SentinelMORNING Our esteemed friend of the A. Y. FULLER R. L. FOX ; r

AND WEEKLY The Weather Crank 1 lando Sentinel is seemingly inclined : Only $3,600
JOSIAH FERRIS Editor and Ouner. I He is here. The man who thinks to take some slight exceptions to some : THE PALMS AUTO COREO
Florida I the temperature of the whole earth of the details that we drew into the "I
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando
as Second Class Mail Matter. I below and the heavens above shouldbe playful picture of the entire city com : :I! Just the kind of a place you havealwajs
SUBSCRIPTION RATES modulated to just suit his particular mission of Orlando sitting in the trial : MOTOR CARS : ;
TilE DAILY SENTINEL ailment and physical condition. of violators of the city ordinances.We ''I I wanted. About six acres of

One Year . . ... .. .. ...... .$5.00 I No matter how many hundreds of will{\ not insist upon the details, : For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a : land located on fine road in high class

Six Months . .. ... ... . ..... 2.50 thousands of dollars worth of citrus but will allow our friend to strike : full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good forceof :: neighborhood. Beautiful file.room
Three Months .. . .. ... ..... . 1.25 i fruits may need a cold snap to ripen them from the record and note that :
them off and put them in the pink of i it is done "by consent. The point of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely : bungalow with bath. Income from

THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1914. I condition for market, if the cool snap !I our editorial was directed against the : guaranteed. : : grapefruit and oranges from fire to

They've been weeding out the pistol i comes, the man with a rheumatic apparent absurdity, as it struck us, : '
toters for many years, but still shoulder or a catarrhal head may be I of the provision of the Orlando city [: : ,' seven hundred dollars per )'rar. Near

they're totin' 'em. I I heard with: his groanings, about his commission charter requiring the en- : town and a big bargain. If you are
-0-- I creaking joints and the awful weather tire commission to sit in judgmentupon I
| interested in this place see us at
It may be remarked in passing that that is making life a burden for him, every d. and d. that might be : THE PALMS AUTO CO ,I

\\. A. MacWilliams, of St. Augustine,. and making him a burden for everybody I grabbed by the police. We can not I : ,I. once.

is making a noise like a congressional he meets. Or if he happens to avoid the conclusion that the provision : FULLER & FOX, Proprietors. i ,
candidate. be a warm blooded individual, with a was a blunder unintentionally I I

o (.superabundance of flesh and vitality, I made by the person drafting the char- :. . .elcll.O.C"lt4. .II'I'I.IIJ'IICI'II'ell'IOI. Cooper & Atha
London has voted the tango pain- he takes a fit if it gets comfortablywarm ter; and we think that its absurdity f r

fully modest. One lady wrote on her and the kinks begin to come strikes everybody in the same wa- I 1111111111111111111111'11111'11111'111'11111111"1' i :, 111 SOUTH ORANGE AVE.
ballot in favor of its modesty that i it out of the rheumatic gentleman's Tampa Times. ,.1| i|

was so modest that she was bored t? joints. If he goes to church he wantsall The Sentinel is quite willing to : Orlando Florida1253m.
tears. Tango without the tang-eh? the windows in the house open so agree with the Times that the pro. : ,
o he can breathe, while delicate ladies vision is neither necessary nor entirely I : : .

The supervisor of registration is and feeble old men shiver in the cold. pleasing, but the commission seems I: Notice to auto Owners .

making an interesting notation of Like the poor, these two types of individuals to be handling the matter without I'I II _

those who read the papers and those are "always with us," and I hardship or inconvenience. As a matter II O"'lt""I" " '"
who do not lie finds prominent men they honestly believe that the Infinite I of fact the sitting of the three
who don't know that everybody must should not only "temper the wind to commissioners is no more absurd than I R. L. HOLLANDwill :

register this year. the shorn lamb," but should temperthe the sitting of a judge and six jurymen Supreme ut.o ml
o whole climatic conditions of a in many of the cases that con-
The will of Martha Washington, state or a county to their peculiar sume time in our criminal courts. recover your old Auto or Buggy

which was stolen many years ago, conditions of blood and bone. o Tops Make Back and Cushion
The oil
your that has
has been found in the library of J. P. *
Morgan, and since he refuses to giveit Wishing the Commissioners Well Slip Covers and Auto Top dust stood the su-

up he is to be sued for its recover If you will climb the magnificent The Norman Field Players will be I ,

)'. This is positively the first case marble staircase that ascends to the the attraction at the Orlando opera covers. New top or cushion work for preme test
of stolen property found in Iorgan'spossession. second story of Orlando's imposing I
house all next week. This
company 1
structure known as City Hall, you will 1 will be remembered as the : carriages and buggies at reasonable -- THAT -- -
o find Mayor Sperry sitting in a brand \Iaddocks-I
It is observed that the design sub new office chair, behind a brand new I(last Field season.company Mr., which Field has acquired I prices. All work and material guaranteed -

mitted by Mrs. Harry Payne Whitneyto roll top desk which is fully furnished I Ian
be erected to the heroes of the with three styles of pen holders and man enviable everywhere reputation this popular as a leading com I] by T M Coppedge, TrimmerAT 1 Goo Gulf Gasoline

Titanic is a symbolic figure of heroic two colors of ink, with other office ne pany has played, and is supported by .
size and mien and almost nude. We cessities that go with a modern commission I a company of unusual merit. Only .

have no objections, but why does i it form of government outfitThe I new plays will be presented, and the .
become necessary to portray this particular desk is not solid mahogany, but specialties by our old friend "Happy .

jamas.might at figure least in give the it a nude pair? of They pa the just doors public plain to oak gaze protect, and or there interview.his honor are no He from barsor is M f Jack"Village ical. The Kearney Parson opening,"are a play all comedy-drama new will and be "The com of I R. l. HOLLAND L CARRiAGE b[ s SHOP r |: |j P. G. WALTON, i

o approachable, pleasant and agreeably the highest merit. Popular prices will r .. Ant.I
The fast trains which are usuallyput up and give the commissioners the prevail throughout the week. .. PHONES 450-269
in service during the winter season glad hand and a hearty New Year's I I III.I'D
nave begun service earlier than wish to help them in the work of I .t tOIOII'IIIIIIIOIIII"eIIOI"I'I"llleIIIIIOIII't i IIDII'QIIIOIII IIII.
usual this I I Late grapefruit for April to July --- -
making and
year, and this is due to the a greater better Orlando.
I market assured the planter of Bo-
demand for I
more facilities than the *
went, Florida Standard and Marsh
regular trains had.
Each Florida A Concrete ExampleA
Seedless varieties. Sold reasonable
season grows more bountiful than the man who lives in a concrete
preceding one, which is but another house, walks to his business on a prices for At stock at Ocklawaha
vurseries, Tangerine, Fla. Write for
of continued and greater: concrete pavement, walks around all

growth and prosperity. day on a concrete floor in his officeor I catalog. to .

----o-- place of business, takes a stroll on Io

Orlando has a way of doing it bet- Sunday on concrete walks, sits downto I proved a paradox, that it is possibleto
ter. Lakeland sold fifty thousand dollars rest in Lake Eola park in concrete be on an angle and still be on the

worth of school bonds a few days seats, walks home again on concrete square on some subjects, and there is o
ago for par and accrued interest less walks, walks up on to his porch on no question but that the right way to

attorneys' fees. The Orlando school concrete steps, sits down on a porch park the cars is to have them on an
bonds were sold at par and accrued with a concrete floor his Gifts Me
puts feet up angle. A third more cars can be ac- ewer watts pprecia1ed
interest with a premium, without at- against a concrete porch post to rest commodated in the same space and

torneys' fees and without the cost of them, begins to realize that he lives I either one of them can get out and go
printing the bonds. The Orlando issue in the "Concrete "
Age, and that he ahead without disturbing its neigh-
was also for fifty thousand. not only needs rubber heels on his bors. The wonder is that some one

C-- shoes, but rubber soles also, not to did not think of it before.
Frequently it is reported that people mention the need of rubber patcheson We carry a complete stock and can

die of grief ,but a man died a few that portion of his trousers that NOTICEOf

days ago in a New York hosuital froman act as a protection to his anatomy suit all tastes. Come in and look us over.
Application for Tax: Deed Under Section 8
overburden of mirth. lie laughed when he sits on the concrete seats. of Chapter 4SS8! Laws of Florida
so hard at a comic motion picture tha., Notice is hereby given that Helton Long, of
Orlando Fla., purchaser of tax certificate No.
lie was seized with apoplexy.; If the The Metamorphosis of a Name 1087, dated the 1st day of, June. A. D. 18%. .
has filed said certificate in my office and has
movie proprietors in Oilando will Having taken his office, Johnny made application for tax deed to issue in
bring that here I accordance with law. Said certificate embraces
picture there'll be
Purroy Mitchel, of I
campaign days, the following described pro( -rty, situ- oo
crowded houses for a week. Ther're sinks into John P.-in a few months ated in Orange county, Florida, to-wit: Beginning

others who would like to take a it will be Mitchel, and as he makes I west of northeast 7.11 chains corner south of southeast and 9.55 quarterof chains
chance at laughing themselves to himself ready for the gubernatorial northeast quarter of Section 33. Township
22 south, Range 29 east running west 4.77
or presidential spurt we shall hear of chains, south 5 chains west 2.32 chains, south
"."7 chains east 7.09 chains north 7.27 chainsto
John, and before he there
gets it will
beginning 6a. The said land being assessed
new' kind of nuisance has come I be Johnnie.-Times-Union. at the date of the issuance of such certificate
to notice in I in the name of E. W. Brown.
New York. The widow of
And if he should ever achieve world
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed according
a millionaire erected a stone tower wide like to law, tax deed will issue thereon l
celebrity, a famous colored
on the 9th day of February, A. D. 1914.Witness .
with nine heavy bells in it to ring pugilist, now sojourning in Paris be my official signature and seal this Evans the Jeweler'
memorial chimes to her dear the 8th day of January A. D. 1914
departed cause he does not dare to return to Sean B. .ROBINSON, .
every fifteen minutes of the day and America, Mr. Mitchel may even be Clerk Circuit Court Orange County, Fla. ,
night. The neighbors have applied known as "Jack.
for an injunction. : OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
,. '
that they are unable to
get any rest
for the din of the On the Square .
It woukprobably
be improper to suggest that :
square concerning nearly
11: are ringing the old every
iy out and the
Twin. question of public good, but is slightly CUT FLOWERS : '" --......" iIII
.. angular on the subject of parking automobiles ..
on Orange But his
"!lle legislative committee; of the avenue. Phone 2516' TAMPA, FLA. t -
:L federation of labor made an in- demonstration yesterday morning ,: .111111.11.1111.1. .

tine report to the body which I -_ o fRIG i REMOVAL SALE !
: it .1 meeting in Miami the I I

: o ( K. Senators and rep- :
'It.. :-a; praised or scored 1 i New Studebakers are HereFour -ow O1T

rd ,o way in which they I ,
',:ci ."n introduced for the Cylinder, Five Passenger TouringCar d' --- -
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d cii j .. ': labor organizations. $1.115.Four'Cylinder.

e '., :il right on the labored Landau-Roadster, 1265. r Extra.! Extra I Extra! I
: 1 as good legislator* .

t 'j didn't vote to please Six Cylinder, Six Passenger Touring Car, Friday and Saturday Only
.n r! were bad members. $I ,640. I

,' -' -' ,-'0be '-- in-Atlanta made a I I -, Prices f.o.b. Orlando All Silk and Cotton Ratines at COST

l'l .'>11 I record for the past : All Cars fully equipped with Electric Lights and f - -
,*: ,,' ii; 1 was injured in any ; starter---and every up-to-day equipment. Come r
: s'.oved: that this record around and see them. *
Sale Price Special Price
Regular price a
< ue to the fact that a pab-
-afety league was organized and a j $l.51Yalues . . . . .. . . . . . . $U9 \ lie.
tt ? :nt was made to impress children in SI 95 Values . . . . . . . . . . . 98*. 8k.
to' schools of the dangers of the | San> Juan Garage Co. I.W Values . . . . . . . . . . . c. ?3&9c.

:> fet which they could avoid by ex- Values . . . . . . . . . . . inc.i .
raising care. Street car motormen All Night Service 1, 75c.: Values . . . . . . . . . .H .; 5k.! .tIc.
Others in proportion
\" !'>'e given especial instructions to be
('.11 eful and drilled in the exercise of I .r Yours for increased business,

extraordinary caution. Certainly everybody -| AJAX TIRES guaranteed 5000 miles Five.
in Atlanta is to be congratulated J.I.I.8..EJO: E. :
per cent off for cash i Ys
on the success of the cam I :

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Get real Tailormade Clothes at the same prices

Butt's are not only the highest grade candies0you can

! buy, but the.freshest. :Made: in our clean kitchens, where has charge of our Tailoring Department has
MttmeanmontiBttatJ had 25 years experience in this line and is thoroughly -

; sunshine and fresh air abound. If you give your wife or .LUCERNE CIRCLE. familiar with every detail. He will guarantee to

; ; sweetheart a box of Butt's Chocolates or Caramels she i make clothes that will please you-fit your person

BEST FLORIDA and suit your pocket book.
will always greet you with a welcoming smile. Take one

to her tonight. Sold by all dealers, 5 Centsttitioiumtmnstttm .- We Use Nothing But All

Wool Cloth.The .


Linings and Trimmings are warranted and ev-

BUTT'S' KANDY KITCHEN f r 0r ery garment is

Guaranteed to hold its shape ;

o until worn out.

Orange AvenueWADE (' I o Two piece suits $18,50 to $45.

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I Mr. Henry Hoppe, of Jfewark, X. ]DEAN GRAY WILL MOVE |I ouo CDal CDOIIDCDallDCDGllDO : You'll Get What You Want and Like

; I J., is among the guests at the San TO WISCONSIN :, I FAVORITE THEATRE i : What You

I Juan. The Very Rev. Campbell Gray, who Get.Yoe11Biickwortli.
TIlE TUNER B. E MILLER, Manager o .
Mr. Felix Meyer, Milwaukee, is from his early boyhood has held the
spending today in Orlando 'warm friendship of many here, expects : II
J on busi- | Matinee M. Night 6:30 g
] to leave ;the end of this month I

ness.Mr.. with his family for Rhinelander, Wisconsin -, \ ADMISSION 5 CENTS f I
C. F.
Cureton, of Knoxville, is
Don't fail to register. in Orlando having been appointed by i l>S&D G D EC3 01 D B3 G 1D CS 0 D OS3XI: J!
today, registered at the'
Norman Field Players at the Or- San Juan. Bishop Weller, of the diocese of Fond I' Program TII

lando opera house all next week. Messrs. L. H. du Lac, to take charge of St. Augustine's "The Escape" (Powers) j
Woolsey and
Patsy church at that place. A stirring drama of the sea. : ,
1.84t Mahaney arrived from Terre Haute, Dean Gray has spent the past ten I "Percy H. Baldwin, Nifter"A I.
K. W. Baer, of Chicago, is Ind., yesterday afternoon.
Mr. :Mr. )=
from the time he entered the
.years, I charming Victor comedy. Orlando's
:1'1. :
among the late arrivals at the San haney has come to invest in Largest It"I
ministry, in very active missionary I "The Fatal Verdict" ?Imp.) I
Juan. I service in southern Florida, and his A powerful drama of love and I

Ladies' hair dressing, massage, Mrs. H. V. Slater arrived last night I departure for another field is keenly I intrigue. : "Quality Did

shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber from Chicago. Mrs. Slater is the regretted both here and elsewhere.Mrs. .I I

Shop. 12tfMessrs. daughter of A. A. Gould and has come Gray and the three children will I

Fay W. Pain and II. G. down to spend a couple of months also be greatly missed, their presence I Griffing trees give results. Office I
with the family. Dean opposite P. 0. W. H. Brokaw,sales- 0 15eIISIOIIICQIIII III.eOIII" II"IIIIIII'111111It
Tarbell, of Geneva, spent yesterday here during Gray's temporary:
in Orlando. The young ladies' basket ball team charge of the Cathedral having given i man. 1225tfo
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$17.50 will buy a $25 Hart, Schaffner -, of the high school goes to Bartow much pleasure to relatives and I
Take to Warman I
& Marx Suit at Scrugg & Dick-.1 I Saturday to play with the Summer- friends. your repairing on :i

son. 1-7-Gt; lin institute team. The following Sat- Court street. 12-5-tf,I II I : Money to Loan
urday the young ladies will come too W. C. T. U. NOTICEWe I ---- i I
Mr. R. L. Lambert, of Leesburg W. T. EXTRICAX '!
Orlando. are requested to give notice I
was among the welcome visitors t I I Offers to Orlando the newest and best
Orlando yesterday. Miss Belle Limerick has returned that the meeting of the W. C. T. U.: of workmanship in the painting and : aI

from Orlando where she which should take place tomorrow decorating trade. Phone G3G.
Sirs. T. J. Watkins has gone to Ar' enjoyed a afternoon has been 12-21-lm : 0 Loans in sums of$500 to $3000
week with her brief stay, the guest of her mother.I (Friday) post-
cadia to spend a son
Miss Limerick the poned, as there is no convenient place ---- i i
was guest of honor
Mr. R. E. Watkins. at an informal tea during her visit. available for the same.OYSTER Clean sweep sale Overcoats, Suits,' : on IMPROVED INSIDE property fora
of the I Sweaters, Woolen Underwear. Brown
Miss Clara Baugh, one popu -Times.Union.
lar nurses at Dr. Christ's sanitarium,, SUPPERThe & Lartiguc. l-G-6t term of FIVE years. Principal
Mrs. Allan Cohoon
and son, Master
will leave tomorrow for Williams- Ladies' Aid Society of the
town, Ohio. Allan, and Mrs. A. K. Gordon left Methodist church will give an oyster NOTICE I II : and interest payable in monthly
yesterday for Hubbard Springs, Va., hereby give notice that I intendto
Eat what you want. supper in the store vacated by the : instalments.
in response to a message announcingthe make application to the Honorable
Eat all you want. serious illness Helms Hardware company, just across(James W. Perkins, Judge of the Seventh I
of their
Take a postscript and forget it. father, the street from the Grand theater,I Judicial Circuit of Florida, for
For sale by all durggists. Rev. N. C. Burkart. I authority to adopt my grandson.. :
l-T-d&w-lyi on Saturday evening, the 10th, com- s. 'JV Ar
Joseph Albert Sloan Douglas. _
'" mencing at five o'clock, for benefit of I'1.8w4t GUSSIE BOSTON. 1.

;';lm ; ; ; ; tttI III III t .l the organ fund. Price 35 cents. ,WANTED-Office work by a lady 111'1011111.1 e I 0 II111I1II1II111 111111111_ I1111IItJIIIII..QI.IIIIISIIIIIIIIIIIOII.IIIIIII.III..11

LIVING PICTURES, FEB. 3 with experience; stenographic pre- 41
the Lucerne the-':ferred. Address "S," care the Senti- I
N. P. YO'VELL Living pictures at 1 nel. l-S-3t I
ater o'n February 3rd. The very best I I

Wool talent of the city will take part and :FOR RENT Furnished all ,
Will be in Old Stand until Saturday night. Every room
there will be songs, music, and danc- conveniences, including instantaneuos II
Coat and Suit will be sold at just half price, while they ing. Ask any one who saw the 1 heater, for one or two ladies. Apply
the Sentinel. 1-8-lt The Patrons
"Musical Frame.Up" last winter. __- __ -______ - - ,I
last. They are beautiful and good styles.N. 1-7-2t I

: Of The Sanitary Grocery were greeted with Great
P. YOWELLtlli a
It is now the law in Lakeland, as Flowers I

will be seen by city ordinance whichwe : White Way when they entered that place of business
publish today, that no person un- ROSES, VIOLETS,

44- ; = II der fifteen years of age can drive an CARNATIONS, PANSIES, : yesterday, Messrs. Caruthers & Gore issued an' order

automobile, motorcycle or motor ve- that went into effect with the New Year, that all clerksin
Mr. S. W. Divine and family have :Mr. E. R. Augst, of Wilmington, hicle of any kind on the streets of POTTED PLANTS

arrived from Chattanooga, Tenn., to Del., arrived in Orlando last night. this city. It is a wise law, designedto their employ must wear white uniforms.

spend the winter here. St. Cloud is preparing to make a prevent serious accidents and pos

$14.75 will buy a $20 Hart, Schaff- fine exhibit of products at the fair to sible loss of life, and we hope that it COAL CHARCOAL

ner & Marx Suit at Scruggs & Dickbe held in Orlando February. The will be rigidly enforced.-Lakeland .

son. l-7-ct county commissioners of Osceola have Telegram.Do WOODVeneer

Mr. Karl E. Hessey and wife, of made an appropriation to assist in you know that people nowadays

Terre Haute, Ind., have arrived in getting up the display for the county JS looking for new homes make Cores
Orlando and expect to locate here. and the people of St. Cloud are going roads a consideration? Has I Seasoned Heart Pine THE SANITARY GROCERY
Oak Wood
Rouke of to help in every way possible to have ford county as many good roads gOOd1 ,
Charles ,
Mrs. WiImin".1 the exhibit creditable. The Veterans' ought to have Think it over. I All sizes and lengths i CARUTHERS & GORE
ton, N. C., is here on a
association has been asked to inter- ties south of us are voting large
mother, Mrs. J. H. Long, on Hu hey I IOrlaIllo! W( Yard!
t."cet.Mr I jest all members in the project and for better road Orange county J, ( ; j Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street

,the Tribune is of the opinion thai bonds itselffor $600,000, and Lake I
: and Mrs. Geo. L. Shinn have i t 6. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor :
I!with this co-operation St Cloud will county is a close second with $500- .'j.
,. .d from New Egypt, N. J., to I Phone 344 104 W. Pine St. '
;';!be well represented in the big fair.j 000, and now Alachoa is talking of H t CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS. I
the winter and are pleasantly, I
: The occasion is worthy of special ef 1 topping the list with a bond issue of THrpcnline Chips Fence Posts
1 117 East Amelia.
'fort for the display made by St Cloud ,,$1,000,000. Florida is coming along. 1111 '.II"IIII"'I"'lllltl""III"4
-. .Schaffner & Marx Clothes these are in Orlando will be viewed by thou.i-Starke Telegraph. . . , . , . . 44 & . . .. .. . . . . -, u. .
: We are TOW selling sands who might not even have heard j! Photographs of Griffing's Orangeand
at > .: prices. Scruggs & of the thriving little wonder city oth- !
Grapefruit Trees in bearing 17
11. l-7-6t ciw I Times-Union. EE1v Ov A.L SnALECommencing
I months from planting at my office, :
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\ 1: I. : I. .t: opposite the postoffice. W. H. Bro-
.. Eat what you want. ; Tuesday, January 6th, we will offer our Clothing, Hats, Sweaters,
: YCJ. ; ," from i. :'td Eat all you want. ; kaw, salesman. Phone 267.OSTEOPATHY.
.Mtin; |: .'.:>s Berta 1:1.;, : on Take a postscript and forget it. - -- Wool Underwear at cut prices for CASH.

Oral avenue.. For sale bj ali dru&jL-t.; .
1-j-d w-lyr I 5> $30.00 Suits $20.50 $25.00 Overcoats $17.50 .
". .. Sh'rts. 'I
-; once : : 'uttan I Overcoats J
Warman Repairs and Retires 20.00 14.75
.. ._<. The first sale for 25.00 17.50
Carriages on Court street 12- -.i DR. J. C .HOWELL Suits 18.00 Overcoats 13.50
'. at Scrubs & 22.50 15.75
Hours, 10-12, 3.5, and by appoint.eatl 16,50 Overcoats 12.00 I
.'. 17ClEan; :wet p sale of Silicon Hats 20.00 Suits 14.75
No extra charge for house treatment
.1 sweep sale of Regal Shoe .and >0 NaM late Brown & w- Telephone connections I SWEATERS t MATS

& Urtigue. l-6-6t tigue. l6-6t Office cor. Orange and Central Av s. i
$3.00 Sweaters $2.25 f5.oo Hats $3.50
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-- -- j 2.50 Sweaters 1.7, 4.00 2.75
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i 2.00 Sweaters 1.3, t 3.00 Hats 2.25

r # i.co Sweaters i.io 2.50 Hats 1.75
For Phone H
Drugs 20 Remember we only handle the celebrated HartSchaffner & Marx line of Clothes

All Men's and Boy's Trousers are included in this sale.

Kodak Deparlraenl-We Develop and.Prinl Your rilm 1 I

The I
McElroy Pharmacy
,\. ; store is th home of Hart Schaftner & Marx clothes

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FOR SALE-By owner, 308 N. Main FOR RENT-Desirable room, with WANTED At child
once, nurse; one 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111
Be Solo at Once street, 8-room house with sleeping modern conveniences, and board, in willing to travel Apply 411 South
porch, bath, electric lights, fruit trees. private family. No. 9 E. Concord. Main street. l-6-3t
Centrally located. Lot 77 by 223 feet. l-6-3f

Handsome 6-room bungalow, 1-8-3t WANTED-Competent man to' take
FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock FOR RENT-Furnished large front and manage boarding house at
well located, brand new. Not and tools, best farm in county; variety room; all modern conveniences; Maitland Fla. Apply to the Walter
fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- with private family; close in, 302 Drennen company, Orlando or Mait I.
much more than the price of lot. to-date buildings, etc. Box 144, Or- North Orange Ave. 1-6-6t land. 1-7-3t
lando, J. Van Buskirk. 12-21-tf
Easy terms if wanted. WANTED-Team of horses, wagon
SALE-Three lots FOR RENT-Two large rooms, well and farm implements. D. P. Sias, .
FOR building rea-
located; reasonable rent by the
83 Arcade building. l-6-3t
sonably close in, at sacrifice price.
month or 406 S. East St.
Price $1350Another Improved with fruit trees and shrub- year. :
1-6-1w WANTED white for
bery. Address Room 2, Tremont girl general Finest Line of
hotel l-6-3t housework; small family, good
beauty overlooking FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for wages. Apply West street, opposite
light housekeeping all Glenwood 1-4-3t Souvenir
; conven- apartments. China
fine lake, with bath and electric FOR SALE-At a bargain, twentyacre iences. Also large single room. 217 LOST-One leather with two
five hundred grapefruittrees purse
lights. Same Easy fifty tangerine trees, and 750 I Robinson Ave., East. l-7-3t ten dollar bills, certificate of deposit -
owner. orange trees. Grove should pay for OAK LODGE APARTMENT HOUSE and keys to safety box at Bank Ever in Orlando
terms. itself in two years. Address P. 0. OPEN to take in & Trust Co. Reward if returned to
roomers and light
Box 105, Orlando, Fla. John Kaley, Rural Route Box 65-B.
housekeepers. Everything new and 17tf.
Price 12-18-d&w-tf neat. Corner Church and Osceola.
1-4-6t AGRICULTURAL blasting, ditching,
FOR SALE subsoiling, tree planting, stump
location and floor plan Four lots, corner Amelia and Mill FOR RENT-Nicely furnished, quiet blowing, orchard renovating; land
street, $800. Four lots corner Amelia rooms in new home, close in; elec- cleared ready for the plow. Dynamiteand McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
and Sullivan street, $1,000. Also i tric light, hot and cold water bath, supplies. Estimates cheerfully .
"See SMITH"The 100x236 corner Magnolia and Amelia.' fireplace in large front room. 114 furnished. L N. Lewis, 406 East St.,I
Call on or address A. F. Newkirk,I East Jackson street. l-6-3t Orlando, Fla. 16lmMHiimmtiiimimmtittitHtMtftttHiiMitt
504 Magnolia avenue. l-7-3t I I
man who never blows hot I STORENext
air into a description to inflate Good property; 40 acres little north

of Orlando, on beautiful lake. Young
the price. The man who has budded grove, bearing; good dwelling.The TO SELL

the property you want at the ideal place for poultry and dairy
farm-good range, plenty room, good Door to Evan's
price you can afford to pay, and milk trade established. Will sell' stock Jewelry Store

who actually makes sales. Fla.with place. Box 34, Route 2,12-15-lm Orlando, : ; Four modern California Bunga-

NO JOB FOR AN EDITOR FOR SALE lows now in construction.

Farm of twenty acres, ten acres
cleared, seven acres cultivated. 2 1-2
Editor Harding of the Attica Inde- miles of Taft
west P. 0., near Lake DAETWYLER
pendent is becoming tired of his jobas Davis. Good wire fence on three
mayor of the town. He says that sides. Small' new house and well.

every man who thinks his taxes are About 15,000 feet of saw timber. till 11111 11111 11111 MltlltiiMIHIMHIMMMIMMWANTED .
Land all dry and suitable for trucking -
too high gets even by stopping his or citrus fruit. Am too old to

paper. And every time the council work it and will sell at a bargain. FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms,' -Ladies, bring your comb-
does something, or fails to do some- Owner, Box 137, Taft, Fla. with bath, for light housekeeping. ings and cut hair to 305 Garland I 'MHMIIMMMIMMM " "MHIMMMM*
thing, an indignant delegation stampsin l-G-d&w-lm 209 East Jackson St. 12-30-tf street. We will make them as desired -
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and its FOR SALE or purchase same for cash. MHMM " ..
stops City NICELY FURNISHED ROOM for Nickolas & Nickolas. 12-30-lm ,, ,..
Star. An artistic and beautiful home;

modern and complete in every partic- price.rent;202 choice East Robinson location; Ave.moderate LOST-Gold cuff link, with initial "Kill
ular. Seven and bath the
large rooms ; Chill"All
WORTII KNOWING immense closets. Screened sleepingand "B, somewhere on the Orlando
FOR RENT-Furnished house, ten streets Monday. If found, leave at the
January was named by the Ro- rear porches; ten-foot veranda rooms and sleeping porch; centrally Sentinel office, and receive reward of
entire front. A few bearing
mans the first month of the year after across located; suitable for either one or $1.00. M-tf indications point toward
New cold
trees flowers and
shrubbery. a win-
two families. Address F. G. Rush,
the god Janus who had two faces, and near in, fine location.
looking backward and forward at the Any one desiring an ideal home, City. 11-26-tf I NOTICE ter this year and the best way to be com

same time. He was the god of end- address FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom Notice is hereby given that the
OWNER, P. 0. Box 495. regular stockholders of the fortable on cold mornings and
ings and beginnings. His temple had 1-2-tf to persons wishing suburban meeting eveningsor

12 doors, just as the year has 12 accommodations truck: land, close; also in. Good 2 acres opportu-good in Stelberlou the office Land of Company Dickinson will& be Dickinson held- during the day in your office is to have a

months. nity for right person. Address "A," at Orlando, Florida, at 10 o'clocka. .
Sentinel. 9-8tf m., January 12th, 1914.C. .

One'of the biggest sponge sales in FOR RENT-Furnished seven-room MISCELLANEOUS
the history of the business took placein house. Call at Sentinel. 12-14-tf

Tarpon Springs on the 30th of De rooms ANTED-Dining room girls. Apply NOTICE are cheap to buy and
FOR RENT-Newly furnished Orland hotel. 1-6-tf The books for the registration of very economical -
cember. and board all conveniences large
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veranda; nicely kept grounds; noth- :DRESSMAKING at 307 E. Pine St. voters opened in in my Orange office county at the will CourtHouse be 3 to 6 cents an hour, according to the
ing better for the money in Florida; 12-12-lm
PEOPLE'S ANTSIUNNnIAKERS near in. 205; Magnolia Ave. 1-3-6t and will on be Monday kept, January open six 5th days? 1914 in, size-and are the cleanest and most con-

WANTED-Permanent board and each week, until the first Monday in _
EIGHT-ROOM furnished house; gas room by young lady employed. Ad- March, 1914. venient heating made. No wood ashes
and electric lights. 205 E. Robinson I dress "Comfort," care Sentinel. or

avenue, on Lake__EJ a. __12-23-t_ 1-8-31 W. L. DOLIVE, oil to carry"':" just turn the valve and strikea
------- -- 1-3-tf Supervisor of Registration.TO .
Notices of Lost. Wanted. For Sale For FOR pleasant, comfortable rooms, in :FOR TIE"XT-New furnished rooms in
Rent etc., for this column 25c for one day. new house, light housekeeping, see new modern home; every convenience match.
25 SOc words for three or days less. or Money$1.00 for must one accompanythe Meek for Mrs. Johnson, Yowell's store. ; kitchenette if desired; reason- ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: .

advertisements for this column as no 12-31-lw able. 14 E. Amelia avenue, next doorto The co-partnership heretofore existing -
Insertions will be made on credit. FOR RENt= Furnished rooms in new 1 the Wyoming. 12-1-tf between T. A. Yancey and J. K.
house just completed; also light Swick, under the firm name and styleof
I GOOD RELIABLE PARTY TO RUN T. A. Yancey & is here-
FOR SALE housekeeping. 604 Magnolia avenue. Company,
12-31-1w BOARDING HOUSE-Eleven room by dissolved. The business will be ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT m.
]house, partially furnished; good location conducted at the old stand by J. K.
Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, FOR RENT-Furnished rooms; everything 1 at Maitland, Fla. Want some Swick, who has authority to collect
on Court street. 12-5-tf new and modern; large verandas :rood reliable party to run boarding all'accounts, and who will pay all
JJ J ; three minutes from postoffice, ]house. More boarders than house will indebtedness. Gas ]departmentTO
FOR SALE-New $15 dress-making in best part of city. Three to five :.accommodate. Rent reasonable. Apply T. A. YANCEY.J. .
form, for $8. Call 218 Ridgewoodavenue 1 dollars per week. 308 West street. to Walter Drennen Co., Maitland, K. SWICK.
mornings. 1-3-tf 1-8-lw Fla. l-8-3t Orlando, Fla., Jan. 6, 1914. 44+*

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We 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 next year to carry a greater

assortment of high-grade Furniture, and to serve 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 propose to show our

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

uine bargains on every item in our store. '

Kincaid & SnOWdelrl


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Cor. Main and Pine Streets Orlando, Florida .



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attention to patrons

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L' Breakfast 7:30: to 9 a. m.

1 Dinner 11:30: to 2 p. m. .

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

touring car. Wheel base is 116 inches; double drop frame.
Model 43 Chassis: Five-passenger
cast in pairs; unit power plant; cone clutch; selective type transmission -
Xf Motor 41-4 x5 1-4; cylinders We are prepared to give
German silver "V" shaped radiator, square tub type; Stromberg carburetor; full floating rear you
arie; New Departure bearings; tires, 35 x 4 1-2. Improved Delco electric starting, lighting and ignition
system. Gasoline capacity, 21 gallons, tank carried at rear,pressure feed; Standard demountable. rims; clean I and service.
colors blue or Hack Prices quick
10 inch upholstering; nickel trimmings;body, steel; gray running gear.
delivered. Other models $1,150 to $3,000.
fully equipped: Touring car $1,875


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ATTY.GEN. CONFERS ON PLAN I In addition to leading a fight Dr. BucKmaster
TO REORGANIZE NEW HAVEN t,against the proposal to lease the new
Alaskan railroad to a private corpora- nililllllMMM

eral Washington Elliott McReynolds, of,Jan.the and 6.New-Chairman Attorney York,Howard Gen New ply Mr.tion ernment to Bryan after railroads ownership intends the government generally to ideas embody as, in builds they his a gov-separate ap-it-, Osteopathic 132 Orange Avenue Physician i.11"11111i1111111e111111 i,iff[O.W.I.;[;:Co!iif " :" " ::::::::::::.

Haven & Hartford railroad, conferred : bill. Next door to People's Bank,
again today over the problem of re I I up-stairs. Acute and chronic 011 11111 11111 lit
the New Haven on a basis I
organizing Now is the time to buy Manhattan diseases treated.Telephone .
satisfactory to the department of jusI Shirts. Semi-annual sale now on, at
tice and fair to the road.It Scruggs & Dickson. 17.6t I 578.
I Orlando"W"ater
was the third conference between I
the two since Mr.Elliott became head I'i
of the New Haven, and department
officials were hopeful such progress & Light Co
would be made that but few further SPECIAL SALE
discussions would be necessary.It .
was generally understood today 12th to 17th Inclusive
that the New Haven is willing to put I January ElectricityGas
the Boston & Maine railroad in the I I
hands of trustees and cancel the I -ONEmbroideries Water Ice
agreement for joint control with the
New York Central, of the Boston & Voiles and other

Albany. Wash Materials I Office---No. JWest, Central Avenue .


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our With a Bank Guaranteefor

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RECEPTION 1iIII'Wi I !;::,':!::' ,:w:,' :;',,; ,",,:,,:,,;i''III"I'I; ; I tI;'l:i::I ll!:':ll II!,:fir; ",, : ;\I IN:!" ,I,: I,,.::,'I:1:,,: ': ,;: .,I lu': n:':i..i it..:",": ; 'I' 'I, ,;:::1':,', ,i It"i: ""I" rN' i:: < r I' i
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON -=.I!:IIWU! l J III; tllo;;;i tlt tl li NjlRfIi i Ilij!;l:ld",11 .llji I:,' il !i:,::::!::;ji:; :!!ftITit::;:;;;!j 1 I iU.h i ij b !I' l'1:1:I{N i 'V 7t!iiil' ::!il;': hl::;;,!:': r. II,1 :ii.J! : .;" r:;;'F ;it ;

One of the prettiest and most de-
ightful functions of the season was
the "at home" given yesterday by
:\:rs. Dexter Campbell Thompson and

er charming daughters, Mrs. Harry
Root and Miss Ruth Thompson, and
the throng of guests in attendance attested -

1 the popularity of the hostesses. i 11
The house was beautifully decorated tp 1T5 1TIGt r

1 the hall, where Miss Ruth Mcllaine -
and Miss Willie Person greetedthe ( F&p
guests, being draped with flame
THE'STATE vine; the reception room was especially -
I '=
attractive-asparagus fern was i x_ k0 r006G
used most effectively the doorways :
over -
i ')
and formed a dainty background i =--- 7..\ \\ll"r\( 1'( 'Ont;
I 'D-
BANK _=::
for the white roses which I 1i" ==
banked the mantel. The room adjoining

was gay with poinsettia blossoms I
and potted ferns. In the dining'

of Orlando i room a pretty color scheme of pink" Last year your Income was
and white was used-asparagus fern

1893 and pink tulle being festooned from I I ?.E ?amily expenses were -
the chandelier to the table, which hadas
I -= Rent Taxes Insurance.
_ _
-1 -- -" its center
a potted begonia bearing
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t exquisite pale pink blossoms. Pink = I .
LONG ESTABLISHEDSAFE roses, in tall vases, were also used, t-I- Personal expenses _______
and the charming girls who served, Cifts and Luxuries -
Misses Claire Robinson, Millie and
9 [; Money set aside for old children's
CONSERVATIVE Lillian Smith, Glenn Cheney, Alma age or

ACCOMMODATING Delaney, Vida Miller and Mrs. Thomas -: = E lIcation.-
Brodwater, wore pink frocks. I s

Brick ice cream, mints and cake in =_= Tota1s. .
pink and white, with salted almondswere

served in the dining room, theguests
later being shown into the
hall, where Mrs. Helen F. Bliss, aided TEj Lti) : us i( "holp: you ilo 3)cilsp ]in 1914!

by :Miss: O'Brian, served coffee. i

Mrs. Thompson wore a lovely gown "It Is a pleasure to serve you"
of lace, Mrs. Root was charming in

rose colored chiffon, and Miss Thompson I
was becomingly costumed in,
white embroidered voile over satin. I I
Assisting Mrs. Thompson were

Mrs. Chas. Lartigue, Mrs. Jessie Mallory -:
lllimillMMMIIHMMMIHIIIIIIIilllMiiiflMi. Tha'erIrs.. Harry Beeman,'
Mrs. S. Y. Way, Mrs. J. L. Giles, Mrs '
WEDNESDAY CLUB Mrs.GIVES INFORMAL HADEN AT HOME man.S. A. Johnson, and :Mrs.: A. L'. Whit i i ;-; 'l'i'I:: ::!,' I': !!i i'i:: ';" :!" :i::!'n'II:I: ;.' ,",'l I I "')1".1) : i :tj ,:.:::':: :,\'F1!' :!ll'N:':::

Algernon Haden was at horn
The Wednesday Card club was pret informally to her friends yesterdajand D.XCET COUNTRY CLUB
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tily yesterday by during the afternoon many callers 1- WAS BE.UTIFULFF.m
Emily Temple, and three tables of
players enjoyed unusually interest- enjoyed a pleasant chat and a cup I : : a -=::; ; I......... ,( pCI
an of .
Haden assisted
was by [FCF
The dance at the Country Club last en
ing contest at "five hundred." On her sister, Miss Smyth, Mrs. Edward
night was easily one of the most successful
totaling the scores it was found thatMrs. Graham, Miss Caiy-Ehes and Mis
and brilliant affairs of the
E. T. Duffey had been the most Saunders. sea
son, and was attended by fifty
skillful, and had made the greatest
of the dancing set. The club house
il ilo
number of points during the after- LUCERNE THEATER TONIGHT ll
was prettily decorated, and the mu-'c
noon. The Lucerne theater presents today was furnished by the Grand orches IN EVERY ONE
The guests, Mesdames Walter Wes- three great pictures, an America
tra. While the affair
cott, John Schnarr, 0. S. Robinson, was charge:; J
film, "The
; one Thanhou'
of the house committee, of of from will
composed purchases
E. F. Sperry, Hall, J. B. Lawton, set's, "Their preat Big BeautifulDoll Mrs. James Laughlin IIL, Mrs. H. L, your us you
Chas. Grannies, J. L. Watson, T. A.I "
a laughable comedy; also a, Beeman, Mrs. Jessie M. ''
Trams, E. T. Duffey, Josiah Ferns,i strong drama by Reliance, "The Other Cheney and LeRoy Thayer B. Giles the- find originality NOTHING overdone rij,
and James
Thornton, were served to Woman."

'daintily prepared refreshments of Come one! Come all! details Delicious were refreshments arranged by were Mr.enjoyed Giles.; U but harmony and good taste j

scalloped oysters, wafers, pickles, We are going to show you some I between dances.
olives, and cocoa with whipped cream. new pictures that will please you. combined. Come and see. U
Mrs. Sperry will be hostess at the This theater is under the personal I "ESCAPED FROM TilE AS1LUM" ;

next meeting of the club. management of Mr. J. B. Magrudei AT FAVORITE TOMORROW '0 0

and Orlando people know that that
BISHOP MANN'S SUCCESSOR I means the best in e\erything. Manager B. E. Miller of the Favorite

CONSECRATED TUESDAYThe Good music. was much disappointed that the
ALLEN & CO Jewelers
Rev. John Poyntz Tyler, who 1 Prices 5 and 10 cents. two-reel feature picture, "Escaped

is Bishop Mann's successor in North I from the Asylum," based on Harry ,
Dakota, was consecrated bishop on''I W. II. McIntyre has been elected I Thaw's sensational getaway from ")

Tuesday, at Hajrerstown, Md., where';harbormaster for the port of Miamby i Matteawan, didn't arrive in time for Reliable
, he has been rector for eight years) the Dade county executive com'" the bill today, but it will be putfor on Everything Guaranteed. Repairing
past, and will take charge of his new mittee. He has been bar pilot 'Friday afternoon and night withoutfail. n :
field on his arrival there. several 'ears. I :: v
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The number of this Piano is selected- t window by Mr Chas.

O. 1;>. Dow, cashier Peoples National Bank and put in sealed en

velope in his care and we don't know which one. it is. On the

day after the Sale he will disclose the number, and the person

who has bought this Piano will have all money refunded anda

Bill of Sale for same. .







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