Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00300
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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 9, 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: VID00300
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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-;- >] "' TPT, urn "'f. "; M'VL !I E1Y; TO HHPrAY fOR BUilDiNG WITH EXPEIJT ROAD ENGINEER AT MUCH LESS THANTHEY :'r'R' ; I?; pro'TO; [ I r L-; .--. .- ;f'G: ; G-- 1-." .

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,nade an auto tour through the city! that two men heavily interested I I f. :
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?LOT.f [ 11-21 COMMISSIONERS SAY THAT AP-js I streets 'yesterday afternoon in company -I in the steel industry in Pitts-{ ENGLISH STATESMAN TI- i ML I I I

) 'with Mr.: Chester Scales, an expert -{burg are planning to establish a plant j
t road engineer from Alabama, for'jfor i; the manufacture of woven wirer 1 1I I : .
the purpose of gathering ideas fo 'I fencing in Orlando. I I iHfAVY EJRi n ; ; ,
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RAGESTOBEBESTYUIILIJJ 'the improvement of the streets from I The Pitttsburghers have driven over i :
At a meeting of_the directors of !i Nothing perhaps, in the seiirsn of ,
1 the comments of the engineer. the territory surrounding Orlando for 1
the South Florida Midwinter 1!Rev. Dr. Kerr Boyce Tupper last night J
ExPQsii i When the tour was completed the many miles in each direction, and
tion company held i :created so much interest as his pre- HELD ON LIVERPOOL r' i. ::1
commissioner said that the tripbeen had 1 were much impressed with the great ;
r TWO BANDS-ENGAGED AND Samuel C. Hood, representing thegovernment : | scntation of a letter written to himI -
one of interest and profit to I areas of land under fence and of the j WHICH WAS UNABLi:TO P.\\- a
experiment suiop, sought I self Ewart Gladstone the
; William ,
MANY MINOR MATTERS ]him. He had his own ideas about howthe large amount of fencing that will be !i BROUGHT ABOUT CON III.
information to the attitude of the 1 famous minister. The!
English prime
FOR SUCCESS OF 1 streets should be improved bathe ; needed in this state when it begins
city the appropriation '! occasion of the letter the WONOPUNEASlNLbbPensacola : J
concerning was conversion
MIDWINTER FAIR !] was considerably helped by the! to attain its real growth and thehad I I 1.,
made months by council to !1 of distinguished in
some ago a mayor
I I suggestions which Mr. Scales I country is fenced and cross-fenced in ,
I aid with the building, which it is pro- : lone of the great cities of the West,I FUu, Jan. S,-Fun ?.' t
At a' meeting of the directors of s j posed to erect at the fair grounds as :] every direction. ; where Dr. Tupper was pastor before the First National bank of Fcnr;(, 1
Commissioner Johnson the have the difference
the South Florida Midwinter ExpoSition a laboratory. i says They figured '!going to Philadelphia. This ,I ito open its doorsvfor lu incs,, :uI ,:" ,- J
|{streets are in a. had condition generally between the cost of the wire and the
company held yesterday morningat The council $250 j after becoming interested in the subject -I was explanied by officials of the a; ",
appropriated to,2,
and that much work is neededon I sales price of the completed fence,,
that .
the San Juan it was decided ; !as due to the withdrawal ..
the cause, but later when the government 'i: of religion, requested Dr. Tupper ye. n. : <
them. Kindreds of dollars worth and find in it for investment
4 I a field profitable -
the auto parade which' has been the 'I'' bureau vetoed the idea of hav-! i to get from Mr. Gladstone, if possible.:the accounts of a number of ucitors. P'" 'J
H of work are needed at once to get: and activity, with the at-
event fairs
opining; ; : day at former .: ; | ing the laboratory located at some; ; an expression of his own personal I These withdrawals, it w.. .
j jI them ,in ordinary repair. The commissioner tendant possibility of cutting the cost. '
jhouid be displaced on the opening : pointed out, probably resulU I .
j distance from the experimental farm,: Christian faith. A letter was written i II;"
day of the next fair, February 17, bya the city attorney advised against the '; is of the opinion that the! to the consumer much below the present -. by Dr. Tupper to the eminent statesman !!the fact that Crow, Rudolph C;. .
j street work has been badly neglected. prices exacted. The plans haven
trades display.The I appropriation being paid, upon the 5 '' stating the reason for the request i Liverpool lumber brokers, had i isue i i'a iI
Sewers and drains haven't of '
this ] not proceeded to the point consummation I
directors are certain 1 { grounds that the city could not make'' made, when Mr. Gladstone sent statement of its inability to pa:
cleaned out in months, and a great t; but the men interested areamply !
idea will be approved by the publicas : an appropriation for the laboratory if : back this brief but really wonderful [ drafts for approximately :;;;3UOi)_ ,'
I deal of work is needed those able the inn J
and I on to put enterprise
being much more interseting : it should be located outside of the : r Hotter, which has been copied in many held by the bank. The statement i--
and streets where brick has been laid o I operation on short notice, and may don !'sued this
imposing than an auto parade, j corporation. After sending a :: morning was as follow.
one or both sides, leaving a crown i I so within a short time.
it will be utilita- j i "At the close
at all hazards more to Orlando to investigate : i! of business yesterda:

rian.: A committee composed of conditions the bureau rescinded its 1 the center.! \ stone's grave: "All I am, all I have we discovered that an unusual number -

:Messrs. James Woodruff 1... Giles, and Harry C. K.L. veto, and the matter stands now as it .advisability Mr. Scales of was the questioned use of wood as to block the RSIDHn[ IDONE D [ f AUCN H I been, ail I hope to be is centered in |' of depositors had withdrawn their

Beeman, Seth I was before. !: Jesu Christ, the Saviour of my poor accounts in full. Following this ru-
Pomeroy will solicit among the mer- The directors invited the ':for street paving. He is a strong advocate life. Yours mors of the affairs of the batik weir
city com- wayward respectfully,
business to I of the wood block, and said it G GOOD \WO K( OURNO! VACATION i : in bad
chants and other men se-missioners I to come over and advise W. E. Gladstone." I condition began to be circu-
would be the most economical ''lated.
cure floats for this display. I with them. :Mayor Sperry and H. paving Dr. Tupper's subject last eveningwas Realizing that these rumors
1 1I that could be used in this section be- I.
Many Entries for Race Events Clark Robertson responded and a"- "The Submissive Heart and the probably would result in a run on thj

It is assured that the races this I sured the directors that the city would cause of the abundance of wood FREEDOM FROM RUSH AT CAP- | {Surrendered Life." Consciousness,!'bank if it opened for business today .
Where the
wood block is
year will be bet tr than ever before. i pay the amount The directors are properly ITAL HAS GIVEN HIM Is said he, rather than reason, is the : we decided to close its doors. \Ve ;
creosoted and Ii
down there is
I: put no ;
number of have
The prospect for a greater I to give space in a corner of the fairgrounds TIME TO THINK : organ of knowledge to which God primarily notified the comptroller of the
I cause to fear trouble from it. Mr. *
entries of improved class gives assurance : for the building and gardens. reveals spiritual truth. Love currency and now are awaiting his
Scales. said that he had
will be I put 'directions.
t that the speed contests alone comprehends love. Purity alone Withdrawals of account

the best ever witnessed on the local wood block on Tremont street in Boston Pass Christian, Ja 8.-Two weeks !reflects purity. Obedience alone bringsa i by depositors probably resulted from

track. Already about twenty horsesare ;i FERRIS fAilS TO MEW fourteen years ago, and it wa of quiet seclusion were completed today man into harmony and obedience to('|the fact that the bank held largo .

quartered at the fair grounds, and i still good, and the repairs amountedto by President Wilson in this little j j the One to be obeyed. It is more the !'drafts on Crow, Rudolph & Co., c'

there are many others to come. The BETWEEN I[[ [EMPLOY ERSAND[R MINERS little. village. It is the longest period of I II ]heart that feels God than the intellect['!Liverpool, and that this firm had issued -
"All that need for this section
card of events has been carefully ; you I time he has spent away from Washington -t that feels after God, though reason I! advices that it could not pay
said Mr. Scales "is to in I
'made up, and is more attractive than put a creosoting since he took office. So cares]has a large part in religion. Chris I j' these drafts. The bank, however, was
plant, and you've the wood
got fully has Mr. Wilson followed a consistent -i, | is rational rationalistic making what we had every reason to
ever.Two sufficient to build all the roads
bands will make music during TO TREAT WITH :want. you program of work, proportioned'with I I but its strongest and most'believe, and still believe, would be adequate

the fair, the Johnny Jones carnival exercise and rest that the.people I provision to protect thee
effective made the
appeals are to !
However Mr. Scale I' .
band and the Orlando concert' band, LABOR I nothingin of this section hardly realize that the ]heart 'I drafts, but the cricumstance-s nw.

that of the I derogation of brick for paving, for of the United has ,I tioned
which insures part pro- i president States "Can One Know That He Is precipitated matters so that
Special to the Sentinel i he said there was no cost of maintenance -I 'I athe
gram. Houghton, Mich., Jan. 8. The efforts -! scarcely to be considered. The been dwelling among them. I j[ Christian?" will be Dr. Tupper's subject -: measures we have taken could not
The directors discussed a matter i I To the people of the string of II | be made effectual in time."
of Governor Ferris to effect a tonight.
points in favor of wood block its
which has caused some annoyance in were towns and hamlets along the southern The services mil There was no excitement here over
reconciliation between the copper cheapness and the noiselessness of begin promptlyat
the past, being the imposition of overcharges mine owners and officials of the West- .travel itCommissioner 1 I coast the president has been more" 7:30. the failure of the First National to

by hackmen. This will be" ern Federation of Miners have proved over Johnson he isI:I or less of a puzzle. He said he appreciated The larr.t' congregation since I open this morning. Other local lank,

handled by the directors. says their desire to entertain were not affected
vigorously I I in and their official
futile. going to set the street 1 Sunday evening was I
at making
A tasted sum will be fixed, and hack- gang I him but has declined their invitations : and !II said that they were prepared to nn:..
The day was given over to hearing the most needed at night a deep feeling pervaded
ii"l'n will be required to charge just repairs once. to inspect their schools, view places! any emergency.
the mine owners' story of the troubles There are bad places in differ- 'i the entire audience. At the dose of
that amount for transportation and many of historic interest -attend balls theaters '
in the district Attorney Rees ent sections that should have been [the services a young lady came forward -.

i } nore. If arty overcharge will be is re- for the mine owners made their prop- fixed ,months ago, and which require! and those diverse social entertainments I and united with the church. FIRST RATIDfW. CCmJ;F ;;' t tI
'' I the guilty driver pen- and 1 of which Southern hospitality Don't miss the i
osition dear early in the hearing but little time and I sermon tonight
.: ;. J 1 The fare agreed uPon is felt expense to repair, boasts at this season. j!I I P') !'" -
shattered any hope the governor may\\and these are to have first attention. II j
S cent* for 'one way, or twenty- : Few persons have seen him. In : I rU" tf Iii ,, LU
have had for effective settlement. I
After that the
serious work ef
more :ClAYfI PI/fPIIS/ BIllS FOR I
,' c.:it i :' u'e round trip. "We will never on any consideration general betterment Will be taken : fact, oilv those who have caught aRlimpse j

n; : :c't on/f: '' Day up. o r l 1''- 33 he motored to anH :

',' di '. vl des :. :.. l \ ccrof I i either the federation directly or nor indirectly go so far, recognize as-: Lake Mr.county Scales to will investigate miue a road trip cdn-into(j from the gL; links. If he mingles i j! ftEGUlATION OF leftsWILL T 1 VAIiTUS WAYS 1.1'- *,,. .' K.n,.'.' ,

tie fi. \. .,.'.- a.'Rc' i .:j... grid with t!with the people at al it will be atc I' I DiAY %>BADVA.VUULu
: L. to feat them, said the attor- ,
; T dtions: and prospecfs. I;" will ba ia '
... : :ur( L.'t tty f :1'J., .. 5 : Orlando! : .e popi.'.ar reception just before ha IE: Di cc:;, .; .
j for pro!'ad* a veA yet. He ; i
1 :', aticipz l :'.' btU- : from the i heave--ra e\eit which Representative -
<: J >tm governor as pnd Mrs. Scales are stopping at the I i BE PLACED BEF01Ej CGJi- .
Harrison; is trying'to forir,1" i iL 3p,' i t; Sent.-" .
i fn ,:'- tout ir.-::;;. : -_ _. _' the mine would arrange
operators Windermere. Ha" is r.ach pleased < I MITTEES, WITHEEXT i>..t':3: (: 'Yeil.1::' ,.i. .c.. "' -.
>. v Calfnort.To .
fa ( :u
3.gl:1: .. , x.labor "
organ.izatioa. with Orlando, and TopoiC"Ci It ore ': TWO WEEA.SSpeai the ;;;:-->c. : of t .. . . ,
h: '! five ". :.i, 4' ' .t the mine operators be- j those who know the president v:
- of the places he had U
prettiest ; .
ever i ;lTCaJ. '_ .
t < by. :
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: 'ie: for aiti.; '.'.e: on invitations is"nothingne' : I. : '
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rest] : : of kworIfosat
: : .0 rights organized "
: seen. "You've g:t a fi:::? tom h:":< i .. Ii"Jids and hundreds of to tv ScniitJ."ttc.langtoc r 1a.;a:.M1:.:': ai:.; (. ;''-. : .::.. .
,, '_ re
C t -n t1 : !: a series of thoroughly evasive he said, "and it is bound to be much ;' i Jan. ?.-C -,r:T;:iar . ..: t: .;rat N.t.: : Cjc ; ',__ -
quest" have come to him in the last! <
\.ci j %, oil.5n; : acAu.3; from the attorney and some better and larger: L;';d yoa've started two to attend banquets and :;, Clayton el the house judiciary ccrr-: ,,, .. '""'c(> L, Jrm't c'". cC .-: '. -

: 'cX, the mine owners present. Many but tuildins: it In te right way. year 'mittee, t? whaM was entrusted troj J .' :', ::.."al aU.ntio;' -, 1X1S'S '_ ,
'u' ,: J t :, ,1 to : of the latter said that :make aJdi|'\ e> at public functions,
howevej, organized ,
The ,street paving you have seems to ,but his acceptances have been few duty of fianrng; the sJminlstratl:' t;;:. ,' jrtion that L.: I:, ':: r ..2

c The twrta iiomi laoor woaKJivt be objection- ks\e been properly put down, and it i When is in session he believes i; aati-uuci hjjiJation: is drafting b:.:: is o. _':c;ng, while tin'. .jid j.' .. .. ..'
tl : ',i"l selected congress
arettviu able provided the organ tatioa was will last ; the for
fir a long tine. presenting preliminary plats are oa the increase.
'. ;....v*, tae Century SpeHook i conducted properly. Moyer returned'|,; i he ought to be at his desk at
supplementary acts, which he will lay
'I and eUJQrts: w;:0 ]h.', \c
I I the White House and breaks the rule [
; and Payne's Common Words the
I to copper country today. He came'I before the committees within two various

\ ': monly Misspelled. This contestpected I only after he had received the guarantee -: CIUS APPftTO) TAKE PlACE (fi i i only to address a meeting of extraordinary I weeks. which the theories-Faje should as to be the advarccd*jm!,

;.- t'\ to attract much attention of protection from the : j importance._
governor. While it is not intended to make
will make addresses. The hygie..its;
:. id a large number of contestants. He made no statement other than a i SPEIf (If EllA PARK IIIS 1 The president's life in Pass Christian !! trust legislation partisan, the presi- would devote most of their attentionto

Wiggia the Airman brief announcement that he was under I II I i| has been simple. Except for' a ;f dent insists that they, like the tariff improving the living eonditions-

Among the general attractions will the protection of the. governor and I I I daily game of golf he has been at 1| and currency laws, must be drawn conditions rounding the individual
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intended to remain. :i I The city commission has named :Mr. home most of the time. He never|
.. L.'1 Wiggins, the Airman, who madef from the Democratic point of view. while the eugenists believe in upbuild
:, th successful flights during the last 1I 1--- !James L; Giles to take the place made/I has spent an evening away from the i) The underlying idea is the placing ing the individual to meet unfavor-

a I 1I I from twenty-odd states, and will be :vacant on the park commission by the;I i family circle. There have been no| of criminal responsibility on the di-) able living conditions. Cooperationwill

I fair.The Jones Carnival resignation of Chairman E. F. Sperry I uniformed aides here, no ceremony,i 1 heads of
Johnny com the biggest thing of the kind ever reeling corporations that violate undoubtedly be the result of the

pany will provide many special at- I I seen in this part of the state. This when he was elected mayor. This :. no policemen, none but the plain- l'' the laws against monopoly and conference.

tractions, and there are many fea- I feature will be in charge of Mr. J. H.I t appointment seems particularly ap- clothes secret service men. interstate commerce. Physical and mental tests among

tures of amusements that haven't yet I Wendler, of Lakeland, who has just propriate since it was Mr. Giles as The president came primarily for a I I It is the opinion that it was knowii adults and children of the city will : ;

been determined upon, but which will closed a successful exhibition at i'alderman' who proposed the name of vacation but he has been able to put i I I edge of this intention on the part of be made by physicians and surgeons

i I Mr. Sperry as chairman of the park in hours of uninterrupted work.i the
surely materialize. Tampa. many president and the law makers during the conference. These will be

Plans have been made for the'!arg- The directors present at yester I!commission.. He has done more work here in the :I which forced the retirement of the kept and compared wit' similar rec. :,

... est and most comprehensive exhibits day's meeting were President H. H. last few days than he often has accomplished i|I house of Morgan from the directorate ords taken or to be taken in other

f ever collected at the fair grounds.The Dickson, Secretary Wm. R. O'Neal, THE WEATHER in two weeks at Washire-'|t lof great industrial concerns in which cities. i

counties of Seminole, Osceola H. L. Beeman, James L. Giles, W. H. ton. He has caught up with neglected I for many years they had been influ- .Dr. Stephen Smith, of New York,

and Volusia are going to have individual Reynolds, 3!. 0. Overstreet and Seth i Florida: Fair; warmer in northeast details in his study of subjects thrust ential powers. is president of the conference. The ';

exhibits, and besides some of Woodruff. Mayor E. F. Sperry and I Saturday, fair. aside in the maelstrom of the tariff: The administration leaders say that Rev. Newell Dwight Hillis, of Brook-

them will have displays in the gen- City Commissioner H. Clark Robertson and currency agitation and he will got the action of Morgan will be followedby lyn, who now has the pulpit once occupied 1

eral_ exhibition. were present, as was also Dr.I Your daily paper can be found a back to the capital with his mind other financial concerns and the by Henry Ward Beecher, was

Fine Poultry Display Samuel C. Hood, of the government Curtis & O'Neal's Book, Music and, made up on many subjects of prime restoration of healthy business condi- the prime mover in bringing about

L The poultry exhibit will bring birds experiment station. i Stationery Store, next postoffice. -importance. tions is assured. the conference..ltV' .


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MINUTES JANUARY MEETING LOt) 8'111111111111111111111111111111111111111 :" immimi;; K'i; KWmnnmmW" " " " " 'i' 'WWlUiUUttaBS" \ 1
Today...Friday atMONTGOMERY
Monday, January 5, 1914 w We wish to supply your drugs this
Board met pursuant to adjourn Who:I: : I S year.When youwant drugs or anything
raent. Present, Chairman Overstreet, M that drug stores sell, you can make
Commissioners Eldredge, Brown, Dil- assurance of securing right qualityand
nil mi Co's
lard and Sweet. right service doubly sure by coming -
Bond of F. H. Shine as notary public Your to our store. i
with W. L. Tilden and Wm. Mar- :' Begin trading here with the inten-
tin as sureties, presented and ap :ts tion of remaining a customer only so
proved. :M f long as youReceive Grand Theatre
Bond of J. II. Wheler as deputy h
sheriff, with H. M: Self and T. H. : Druggist courteous treatment;

Evans as sureties, presented and ap ::M Get Find wholly what you reliable want goods, and ; An exceptionally fine program for FridayA

proved. are satisfied with prices.
Letter from S. 0. Chase read. Mat I: brilliant comedy, a splendid two part feature. Mr. Comely in his popular Violin -
ter referred to Messrs. Overstreet and r This is a fair proposition. If you are Solos accompanied on the Pipe Organ.
Chapman. : not acquainted with us, ask your

Letter of the Buchanan Tax Checking : neighbor or physician about us. Miss Helen Fredwin...In Her Best SongsBe
System received and read. :

motion The"Be ,following it passed resolved: resolution, That whereas was, upon i it :I: M P DeLANEY DRUG CO., Photo r Play Prograffi in Evening[ Paper lOc

appears that the close of the past : ORLANDO, FLA..
calendar year there was and is a surplus I
in the fine and forfeiture; of Orange :
county over and above the iMIMIiilMIMimiflilMilMHiMIIIMIIIIimMim Coming Monday, two weeks engagement of the greatest high class refined :

claims and probable claims againstthe Comedy and Singing Trio on the stage-positively the highest salaried team appearing i
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same and not needed for the pur

pose the county thereof,treasurer it be and is transfer ordered from that 0 Hodges Brothers and Ross

the fine and forfeiture fund to the ORLANDO OPERA( HOUSE O (

tion road of and the bridge fine and fund forfeiture that fund por afford Carrying to miss their them own a single accompanist day. velvet curtain and grand piano. You can't ;

derived from the hire of state and One Week Commencing NEXT TUESDAY AND \VEDNESDA ---The Picture you have seen j
county convicts in the sum of $-, taken here and all been awaiting. A Romance at Orlando, Florida, backed up ;
and that the clerk be and is hereby the Picture
by greatest Program you can see.
requested to deliver a copy of this Jan. 12th
resolution to the county treasurer as Monday, Remember these Days Tuesday and Wednesday
his authority to make said transfer
forthwith." -- 3:30 MATINEE DAILY 3:30Continuous
It was ordered that a book be fur
nished D. E. Jurnigan in which to beginning next week.

keep a record of marks and brands. Tne Norifian Field Players .. ,11,11011011111111111111111111,1101111111111111,1IIOllltl' IOIIIIIII" +ti
. Bond of Isaac A. Worley as notary IIIIIII 1111111111111111
public, with W. G. Sphaler and E. L.
Sphaler as sureties, presented and For Economy and
approved. In a repertoire of late New Y orkSuccesses. purchase

Following bonds to carry fire arms Norman,Mary and"Happy Jack" are with it. W RIG H T power of your mon
were approved and licenses ordered REALTY & SEED co
issued: FOR REAL ESTATE ,N ey, Try Wright Farm

S. W. Stewart; revolver; sureties,, MATINEES WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY Thais Our Business and Garden Seeds. in
A. J. Lovell and R. T.,Hawthorne.E. Florida
T. Hawthorne; revolver; sure Opening Play : Orlando bulk. "Motto" Quantityand
ties, W. T. Champneys and W. G.

Talton. "The Village Parson"POPULAR j Quality.Fresh .
Upon motion J. P. Cawood was appointed Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice; 40 cents 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butter, 40
license he to give
{ IM I cents; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 cents
month's time and the cost to be
not more than $100; the inspector to PRICES'IIIIIIIIIIQIII'I'I'I"'IIII'I'I'II"'ltll.t't" i dozen; Butter Milk: 10 cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, (selects) 50 cents quart, 30

report directly to the county solicitor. cents pint.
Bids of Davidson & Hicks for opening '" Individual Package 10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits, "That Xmas Present" delivered by Express,

roads from Patrick's settlementto (charges prepaid) all points east! of Rocky Mountains, at your doorcash with order.
Clarcona' rejected.Bid The Seaboard Limited, which todayis j Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel.

of Jim Chapman to open the : down at Key West, having passed :-
road from the southwest corner of through this city yesterday on its I FIRE INSURANCE
Barnett's place to county line, as initial trip, is the highest type of
staked, received. Subject matter referred train construction, the equipment be- I
to Messrs. Chapman and Eld- ing steel throughout, electric lighted
, redge. and containing every modern conven-
The (Eli fo success
Adjourned to 9 a. m., Tuesday,.Jan- ience and safety device. C r ranD
uary 6, 1914. No handsomer train has ever en- pr : CoOUNTftYEALE5TAT
Tuesday, January 6, 1914 tered the Florida metropolis and Sea-
Board met pursuant to adjourn- board officials were freely compli- { .JANSEII
R ,
ment. mented by those who I inspected the
Upon motion it is ordered that a train at the depot yesterday morning Buy It BecauseIt's IMPROVED ANUNIMPROVE 1OTAR ,

warrant for $800, the amount donatedto after its arrival. ORLANDO
the fair association, be issued and The New York and Florida special, a Better r
delivered. the Atlantic Coast Line railway's T
Petition of J. W. Crawford, L. C. handsome tourist train between New C1
Johns, et al, in respect to the condi- York and Florida, inaugurated its Touring Car J '
f.o.b. Orlando Office
tion of the extension of West Churchnear 1914 season yesterday when it arrived -I
Lorna Doon received. Referredto in Jacksonville at 1:05 p. m., Get particulars fromF.

Messrs. Overstreet and Chapman. i. the palatial flyer being on time to G. RUSH, *
Mr. M. M. Smith appeared before the second. 226
the board in respect to establishingroad From engine to observation car the Phone

from Chuluota to the St. Johns New York and Florida special repre- Kiawalla Nursery ServiceHas
river. No action taken.W. sents the best in Pullman construc- t
W. Bonney appeared before the tion, the equipment being absolutely
board in reference to road from Or- new and handsomely furnished
ange Center to Orlando. Matter referred throughout.-Florida Metropolis. .
to Messrs. Chapman and Fries.
Route to be established and cost esti- GEN. GORDON'S WIDOW 1 always been accepted in Orange County as the

mated. HAS NO USE FOR VOTE I best to be obtained. No one has ever complainedand
Letters from Mr. Edwards in ref-
no oneever will, because our trees are the best
erence to selecting a man as an agri- Savannah, Jan. 7.-Mrs. W. W.
cultural advisor for the state receivedand Gordon, widow of General Gordon, and cheapest (in the end) possible to procure.
read. has just returned from London. Com-
Plans and specifications for house menting on the suffrage question, she \Vho ever heard of one untrue to name or who

for the use of road supervisor and said: ever heard of an ignored claim? .
road team at Winter Garden submit "I have always been able to get
ted. W. II. Dickerson being the suc- everything out of the men I wanted ,. \Ve offer you first choice from the largest stockin

cessful bidder, the contract was without the vote." the world for this season's planting and your suc-
awarded to him for 7G2.CO.
Supervisor of Registration W. L. CORSET SAVES WOMANHIT THE MARKET cess with our stock is already assured when your

Dolive appeared before the board in BY STRAY BULLET grove is planted. Free advice as to stock and per-

reference to compensation for regis- I sonal inspection of your land when requested on any
tration officers. Upon motion it was bullet I Of Cleanliness Of Quality
Chicago, Jan. 7.-A stray of Suitable discountsto
trees or more.
ordered that each of planting 300
supervisor regis-
went through a window, struck Mrs. 4
tration be paid $10, and 10 cents addi- Lena Sefferan and knocked her down FRESH AND SALT MEATS planters of large acreage. In fact, the very best

tional for each person registered.The An examination showed that the bul of everything and 0. \V. Conner behind it all.
of the following AND GAME
reports county FISH
let had struck a steel corset stay
officers received, read and filed
were :
glanced off and was imbedded in the<:
Superintendent of roads and bridges, wall. I Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
superintendent of county home, coun- I' ADDRESS
! Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh t
ty physician, sheriff to state auditor,
treasurer to county and to state, payroll GIRL IN GYPSY CAMP J and pure..

state, tax polls witnesses redemptions, and auditor's circuit, report court financial,of November licenses - Omaha search, Neb.for, Lynka Jan. .-Thomas The nationwide aged.l I j!; ; We invite everything inspection in the and Meat guarantee Line. satisfaction. We have O OCKLAAHA" N NURSERIES R [ (

statement. 12, who disappeared from her home<
in Sacramento, Cat, eighteen month II

Culvert Warrant Letter company from for the$4.98 ordered tax due commissioner drawn.the Dixie I Ireeeh.ed ago rescued, ended from today a gypsy when camp the near girl here wa:,::1! The PARLOR MARKET i Dept. 23, Tangerine Fla.JAS. .

i Her kindapers were arrested. Ihi d
and read.
girl was given to her uncle, Jonathai
I Self & Co.
Anthanasso, and he will take he! H. M. B. MAGRUDER WEDS I hotel in this city at six o'clock last
home. ADELAIDE VAN VOORHIES i evening.

W. T. ENTRICAN Atlanta, Ga., Jan. 7.Miss Adelaide Advertisers who want results patronize
The tourists trains of the railroads Orlando the newest and best Phone No. 80'llllllllllllllllllllllllHIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH: Van Voorhies, of Warren, 0., and Mr. the Sentinel They know thatit E
Offers to
reaching Florida are now operating, of workmanship in the painting anc'I I .4 James B. Magruder, Jr., of Orlando, has no equal in this section as an
and the season can be said to be of- decorating trade.- Phone 636. Fbu, were married at the Piedmont, advertising medium.
ficially opened for this state. 12-21-lm




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amounting of(From Florida's 1913 Providence was to output eight above of Sunday and oranges the one-half Tribune average season million )-, O ORLANDO l BANK & TRUST I COMPANY : ELECTRIC VACUUMCLEANER L f

cases. Present season estimatesare
two-thirds this bumper crop. Orlando, Florida.Condition .
Much pale, watery fruit rushed early
into market yielded low prices. We at the close of business December 31, 1913 Have your room or house

have now been having plenty rain and RESOURCESLoans
cool nights, checking the flow of sap cleaned without dust or troubleof
and giving fine color and flavor. Orlando and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $403,080.10
packs and ships one-fourth the Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 362.37 moving furniture
state's crop. One house packs three Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26,018.33 ,
thousand cases in one day. The pa- Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . . . . . . 200,946.57
per skin bananas grown here sliced Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures . . . 25,974.87
with cream are delicious. Strawberries The Pierce Electric Co. send an Ex

large, sweet, tempting, fifty 656382.24
cents a quart. Sweet potatoes freshly LIABILITIES perienced man.

dug one dollar a bushel. We were Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000.00
lucky this year. The guavas were Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 35,214.86
plentiful. Wonderful fruit, half Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 521,167.38 SEE THEM FOR TERMS
peach, half strawberry. Sliced with
sugar and cream more toothsome than $656,382.24
either. Guava jelly with meats has

no eq il among fruit jellies, and pity Deposits on Dec. 31, 1912 . . . . . . . . . $189,971.68
fruit'tis, so goes many to bushels waste. of Leading this splendid varie- Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . . . . . . $521,167.38 T B rlf Lf fLfLT IL InL

ties are pink and yellow flesh. Grow Increase . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . 31,195.70The
anywhere in 'any soil. A clump of
bushes fifteen feet diameter, same officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust CHURCH STREET
height, yields ten bushels. No culti- Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and
vation necessary. Give the young friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement.The MiniumM

shrubs a chance. They do the rest. management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects -- .
It is hoped Orlando may soon con- the conservative, sane and progressive methods employed in ., '-
serve her natural resources by a canning this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and -, HIM* MHttt
factory and camphor distillery strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in healthful

plant, which are warranted, the tree statements to its patrons.M. .

named reaching perfection here. Have M. SMITH, PresidentW.
seen specimens today forty-five feet M SacrfficeI
M. DAVIS, Vice-President C. NOLAN, Cashier a
high with trunk diameter of thirty 1 i
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pineapple growth, shows results very
satisfactory. I bought an eight @ H
pounder fur thirty-five cents. Enoughfor
ten persons. The new Japanese I
plum-loquat-looms up, promising Several choice lots for immediate sale. Located just

results. Trees at eight years bear six one lot off Magnolia
avenue on Concord avenue. Improved \
to eight bushels. The plums are pear W. M.
shaped, one and a half to two inches with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest 1 i

long, about one inch diameter, bright locations in Orlando.
yellow, bearing two small seed stones.
They furnish stock for jams, jellies,

marmalades, rivalling the "kumquat"or Goods The Price is Right
pear-shaped dwarf orange. The Arriving Daily

latter grows in abundance, going too
much to waste. From my window I t
see a field of old fashioned green su-

but gar'for cane.my Several taste the varieties old green are makes groWl OlhlallUo R Real I Estate Co

the best syrup. Any man of ordinary t t
energy using the same care and pains We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co. .

necessary to exist in New England made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
need not worry about getting a livingin I Phone 501
Florida. Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels. Walking Block

This town is bound to grow. It Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from II. B. Claim & Co.
won't stop. A million in new build- ., "**+* .

ings, more in street and park improvement & Co. Best place in the city to trade. __ _____ ______ .____ __.
is going to put this near
the top as a tourist resort, while the + ...' ...
opportunities for results in orange
and truck growing are probably Unrivalled The AltamonteIALTAMONTE
in the state. W. M.

Splendid schools, churches, walks
fined cordial people excelling in let beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlandoor A. C.L
ters, music, law and the press. R.R.) Come out and getthe best dinner served in inte-
Several dailies are issued, all bright rior Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the
and up to the minute. I notice the most beautiful and healthful location In Florida
Ocklawaha Nurseries, home of Flor- on
4 Daily Sentinel has the best fort and is high ridge between two lovely 'lakes, 40 acres in parks.
most frequently quoted. Do we have ida's best fruit trees, easily reached Golf Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Sporting etc.
... flowers? Well I should say some- from all parts of Orange, Lake, Seminole Electrically Hotel has 500 feet broad piazza. All modeen
thing next week. I Osceola and Volusia counties by Equipped! ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to Improve guests.
0. P. NEWTON. I auto over hard surfaced roads, most J ,, Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet.
Orlando, Fla., Jan. 4, 1914. convenient for all planters and most
reliable in Florida. Ocklawaha Nur- V

SEAL IS CAPTURED alog.series, Tangerine, Fla. Write for cat- I GEO. E. BATES & SON, ProprietorsSummer

Resort"The Grand"West Vernon, N. H.
New York, Jan. 7.-John Schenck
Clean sweep sale Overcoats, Suits, 0 cV MMttlltlilillllllli Mm IIMH ,
and John Belford, fishermen, captureda ,
Sweaters, Woolen Underwear. Brown
live seal in Gravesend bay. It is
& Lartigue. 1GCtW.
the first time in years a seal has been
Two Standard Model SHEET
caught in this
T. ENTRICAN, The fre tet motorcycle value
ever achieved. 7 H.P. Twin (
equipped with Electric Head Unfit.Electric Till Lifhr Electric Signal
HAVE NO Two Seta Storage Battenea and Corbm-Brown Rear-Dm Speedometer.
EQUAL : Painter and interior decorator. New Price J2&0.00. See Catalog for detailed deecriptioa. if. We have just received from
ideas and old ones, too. Fhone 636. York over
"This is a, free country and you Expert workmen employed.
don't have to advertise in the daily 12-21-lm tfI /: MOTOCYCLES 300 pieces of the very latest Broadway

newspapers unless you want results." '
FOR SALE 1 iwa'11
-Bill Wise.If FOR 1914 "
Tangos Waltzes Two Steps Rags and
you want results in Orlando, use Thirty-five acres, fronting on Lake
the Sentinel.J. Conway, 25 acres of fruit land, and 60,000 brand-new red machines will go out over the Indian
all the late
ten acres of garden land, one hun- trails during the coming year-the greatest motorcycle production popular songs.

H. Billings, former city attorneyof dred house bearing and barn.orange Price $2,500.trees, small in the history of the industry.

Miami, has been nominated as Twenty-eight acres, twelve acres They will flash forth fully armed with ".Thirty-Eight Better- Igyouj][wish to know what is really the
judge of the criminal court of recordin in grove, four hundred bearing trees, ments for 19141" Armed with powerful and beautiful Electrical
and for Dade county. The gov and fruit two, eight hundred hundred young boxes budded of grape-fruit Equipment! Armed with a New Standard of Value which must rage in music on "The Great White Way. '
ernor's confirmation of the appoint- now on trees. Price $3,200. completely overturn all existing ideas of motorcycle worth.

ment is expected as a matter of Eighty acres, twenty-five acres All standard Indian models for 1914 come equipped with electric Come in and see this lot.
cleared and fenced, house and out
course. buildings. Price $1,500. head light electric tail light two sets high amperage storage batteries
Twenty acres on lake front, well electric signal, Corbin Brown rear-drive speedometer.You .
Ocklawaha Nurseries, home of located, three hundred bearing orange cannot fully realize the 1914 Indian without a thorough study of the 1914 W. S. BRANCH,
Florida's best fruit trees, easily trees. Price $2,200. Indian Catalog. It makes plain a host of compelling Indian facts that all motor
reached from all parts of Orange, Twenty acres good fruit land on cycle-interested men can consider to their real profit. Send for the 1914 Indian
lake front, two acres bearing orange Catalog-the most interesting volume of motorcycle literature you've ever read. The Arcade Book and Music Store
Lake, Seminole, Osceola and V olusiacounties grove, good six room house. Price
by auto over hard surfaced' $1,000. The 1914 line of Indian Motocycle consists of:

roads, most convenient for all planters i Twenty-five acres bearing orange A H.P. Single Service Model.............................J200.00 If you want to sell anything, remember WE FIT
grove located on lake front within the 7 H.P. Twin GLASSES, GRIND
and most reliable in Florida. Two-Twenty.Five, Regular Model......... 223.00 LENSES
city limits. Ideal location for subdi 7 H.P. Twin Two-Sixty, Standard Model................. 260.00 the Sentinel want column AND DO ALL KINDS OF
Ocklawaha Nurseries, Tangerine, Fla.i vision. Price $10,500.J. 7 H.P. Twin Light Roadster Model..................... 260.00 Everybody reads it. OPTICAL
Write for catalog.Ladies' : E. CRAWFORDOffice 7 H.P. Twin Two Speed, Regular Model................ 275.00
over Blue Store 7 H.P. Twin Two Speed, Tourist Standard Model....... 300.00
Drug 7 H.P. Twin Hendee Special Model (with Electric Starter) 325.00 tlMIMilllltlMtttt8till
117 S.
Orange Avenue
hair dressing, massage, i
shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber:. Phone 404 Price F.Q.B. Factory j( WM. HARPER

Shop. 1-2-tf., 11"11111'111"11'11111' C. R-Hilpert, Agent. Orlando, Fla. DRS'1JOSEPHINE( HARPER

Makes a W.specialty T. ENTRICAN of painting, papering i Automobile For Hire : i i Practice In L H. RAMSDELL
refinishing floors, furniture, etc. Orlando
Phone 636. 12-21.1m : New Five Passenger 1 1i i 19 W. Church Street, Up-Stairs OPTOMETRIST

Cash Registers.-Warman fixes 'em I I i PHONE 419 ;' Let t US figure on your Job Prin llg Consu tatiooand FreeilllllliilMIIIII Examination (Successor to Dr. 0. P. LiMna)

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South Florida SentinelMORNING A. Y. fUllER R. L. :

AND WEEKLY Last evening one of the most unique Special to the Sentinel I ; in
Presidio, Tex., Jan. 8.-After ridingat
JOSIA1I FERRIS. Editor and Owner. entertainments of the season was given -
the head of a thousand federal AUTO COREO I
in the Rosalind club rooms-the
Entered at the postoffiee at Orlando Florida troops in the direction of Mulapass,
aa Second Class Mail Matter.SUBSCRIPTION enterprising committee in charge of I I
Orozco has returned to Ojinaga. It : II
the merry affair being Mrs. GastonII. I newly
RATES was his intention when he started out
Edwards, Mrs. Seth Woodruff,
THE DAILY SENTINELOne Miss Mollie Ray, Mrs. James Laughlin -' to engage the rebels under Villa, but For long life and low cost of upkeep. \Ye also carry : | tndI

Year ....................$5.00 his scouts brought back word that
III., Mrs. Merle McElroy and Miss I L.i:
Six Months ................... 2.50 the rebels had been greatly reinforcedat full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good & I

Three Months ................ 1-25 Mary Robinson. the pass, and he deemed it unwise i i : ; : l_ ',
of circus had of repair All work is absolutelguaranteed.
Mysterious rumors a ; ; competent men. our
- leaked beforehand and thecause to make an attack. There is great i; "
FRIDAY JANUARY 9, 1914. out were I I
nfidence among the rebels tonight > .
of much speculation-and when i
because of the near of Villa. :
Be sore and register for city bond I I the guests arrived they discovered a I presence I II II I !; : ,
row of "tents"before which Messrs. I
t ubtee election. J WILSON SAYS NO ,MEXICAN I 1 '
LeRoy Giles, Hoffman, and Wm.
The beginning of o-the season in S'.' Beardall were acting in the eaj>acity I CAME WITH-UNTO. SEE HIM) THE PALMS AUTO CO [

\ugustine has been signalized by the of advertisers. Placards gave further =I I Special to the Sentinel. 1 !i

opening'of the Ponce de Leon hotel information as to the various at I Pass Christian Miss., Jan. 8.-President FULLER & FOX, Proprietors. r

u".d the 'enlargement of the Record tractions, in burlesque-"Fatima,"the Wilson broke his long silence on : "

iioin six to seven columns.o palmist,' impersonated by Miss Antoinette -!the Mexican situation today {o nab:; "I"'IIIIIII '
Slemons Madame Sidonia .
-o ; I clear two points; first, that no Mexican \ "
Tampa Tribune has inaugurated Newell, a famous singer, was so of any type accompanied Lin-1 on\i9ft d 111'1111 ' .' ' i r
pretty a lady that, save for the clue I
auto mail service to certain points '
the Chester to see him, and second, :
given in the name, few would have i
which the train mails are late in that O'Shaughnessy's name was not
guessed the part was taken by Mr. r)1
caching. The Tribune deserves its mentioned during the conference except -

-jccess.by serving its patrons well. Sidney Newell, while another distin- in the most cordial way.
o guished character, "Pearl, the fat Notice

President Wilson has made it clear woman," was portrayed by Mr. Wei-. FIRE ON METHODIST CHURCH -'..
ton Johnson. Mr. James Calder madea
Mexican John ""
uiut no accompanied: CAUSES SOME EXCITEMENT
Lind from Mexico to Pass Christianto very ferocious wild man; Mr. Ed-I

interview him. It is not likely win Beeman: the giant; Misses Helen R. L. OLLAND 0111
An alarm of fire
I yesterday after-
that many believed the yarn, thoughit Warlow and Dorothy Cijsifant, the about 2:30 o'clock caused i
Siamese Twins Miss Sarah Slemons,
the associations !
was sent out by press will old Auto
in all seriousness. the snake charmer; "Buster Brown"was excitement, which was intensified recover your or

represented by Miss :Mahady, when it was discovered that the blaze I
o (i Tops Make Back and Cushion
while! Mrs. was on tip of the Metnodist your
Dr. Howard Kelly, of Baltimore, I "Jap, Laughlin's hand-
has declared that radium is no cure : some pet, made a very real "Tige," church, in course of construction. The i Slip Covers and Auto Top

for cancer after having tried a hun- who entertained all by his well blaze was from a gasoline can, and ,
did no damage of account
dred thousand dollars worth of it on learned tricks. covers New top or cushion work
Mr. Donald Cheney the "
one patient. The patient probably was "pop-
thinks the doctor might have discov- corn man," and distributed his wares LUCEn E THEATER TONIGHT carriages and buggies at -

through the crowd, which the
ered as much at a smaller cost. among
o clowns, Mesdames Edwards, Laughlin, Charles and EsteHe Slager made a prices. All work and material guaranteed i

iliss Roshanara, daughter of an Buxton, Hoffman, and Miss Vida Miller big hit last night with their songs II

English army officer who has been in mingled, making jokes and throw- and responded to repeated encores. f by T M Coppedge,
Mr. Slager's funny stories would
India, is to visit Palm Beach during ing confetti. One of the amusing
features make a sphinx laugh. They will make
of the
the season to teach society folk the evening was the impersonation I
Eastern dances. Her parents forbade by Mrs. Geo. Newell and I a complete change of their program -AT-

her dancing'these dances in India. Dr. Edwards, of the "country-come- tonight: Come and see them.

That at is Palm sufficient Beach.to o make them 'popular to-town"Although disappointed mother the committee and over son.the in; non-ap-chargewere I I and the Our entire we pictures make program a are complete every always day.change the best of l. HOLLAND CARRIAGE b[ s SHOP r I I t tI .

of the This theater is now under the i
The time until the opening of the pearance fancy dancers, a num- per
midwinter fair is not long-just a ber of the guests enjoyed an informal I sonal management of Mr. J. B. Ma- PHONES 450-269

dance for which gruder, and Orlando people all know
.Mrs. Beardall and
little over a month, and much is to
Mr. W. S. Branch that that means the best of
be done. Let everybody in Orlandodo Jr., kindly fur- every
nished the music. thing. _. -
what he to make the event --
can a I Prices 5 and 10 cents. (adv.) u .....,"" 'V" --ft'I' ---
great success. A trades display is to

be made the first day. This is an en- BISHOP MANN PLEASED

terprise in which every business man WITH HIS FLORIDA FIELDIn COMING TO THE FAVORITE!
in Orlando can take part, and no firmor -
business in the town should fail to I I "Dick Whittington's Cat"
a pleasant little interview with
be represented in the parade. The Favorite management announce I
o Bishop Mann he expressed himself as that they have secured at great ex- .
much pleased in his first impressionsof
pense a magnificent three-reel feature -
'There seems to be a lull in the
Florida and of the town, adding
"Dick Whittington's Cat. The
flurry between the tax commissionand I .
with happy emphasis: "And especially
the assessors. The latter have adaptation emphasizes all that is
pleased with the "
been called to meet in Jacksonville people. poetic, dainty and picturesque in the
lIe has been busy from the time of
early in February. After the as- old English legend. The elaborate :

is sessors likely get that together the lines and will resolute be drawn it with his arrival the preliminaries in acquainting of his new himself duties -:. settings authoritative and in spectacular every detail.scenes The are Jewelr( Gifts Ire Jims Appreciated

but remarked he
scarcely expected ,
spectacular and sensational climax of
and open battle will ensue. Such
to fully grasp the requirements of t
the burning boat and
seems to be inevitable if the commis- the
growing work and needs in this
adds an element of genuine thrill. A
sion maintains its stand that all prop-
large and varied
field under threemonths' vessel the of the "Half Moon"was
erty must be assessed at its cash type

value. He said time.he totally wrecked and destroyed by We carry a complete stock and can _
was surprised and
fire in the open sea, costing $1,200.
The New Year dawned and dimmed in pleased the Cathedral to find as large a work here This great picture will be shown \ suit all tastes. Come in and look us over.T.U.vans .
parish, its plant em-
Saturday, January 10th.
than week has and
and more a gone, bracing the various buildings devotedto
there have been no new announce
important service.
ments of candidates for congress. On The Church Home and Hospital, he I NORMAN FIELD PLAYERS r

the other hand Judge Palmer has an- said had "
particularly impressed him,
nounced that he will not run against as he had had no idea of its capacityand I The theater going public of the \
Clark he had I city will no doubt be interested to ,
Congressman as expected value. He had made the roundsof . .
and Senator Hilburn states learn that the Norman Field Playerswill
its buildings, showing keen inter- I
that he will not be a candidate against est in all, admired the churchly inte- be the attraction at the Orlando I
house all next week. It is
Congressman L'Engle. an- opera use-
rior of
the little chapel, where the
nouncements dispose of two possibil- regular less to comment at great 'length on
Thursday morning service had
ities who would have been,, rather just been this popular company, as they are
completed, then stopped to
strong candidates. But there is time well known here from past performances. -
rest and chat
in the chaplain's
for a campaign yet cosy We feel sure that they will
and ever popular cottage before
o tinuing his walk. con- be given a cordial welcome by loversof the Jeweler

Much space has been consumed in ; good drama. Only new plays will

the Times-Union and Tampa Times I be presented.KtMIHIHMMHttlillM. ,

x over the point as to whether Senator ALL ELKS SHOULD ATTEND .

Fletcher favored Jacksonville above OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE

Tampa for the location of headquar. Tonight, Friday, is regular busi- i

ters for the Florida customs district, ness meeting night and it is hoped LL fL L CO1 EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING '
and Senator Fletcher has written sev- that all Elks and visiting brotherswill I

eral communications to the Times by attend. At the close of the meet-
way of setting himself right. At last ing a social session will be held. -

the senator has reached the conclusion SPECIALTY

that he can explain the matter Phone 2516 TAMPA FLA. 1, .-
Register for the June primaries. 1 -
satisfactorily to the people of Tampa "lli'J\II.tlt I IIC

only by facing them and telling them I \ BIG REMOVAL SAlLlEON
by word of mouth. A wise conclusion : \ I

on the senator's part, and shows at!
New Studebakers Here
least that he isn't afraid to tell it to I are ot'rExtra

the Tampa folks just as it happened. !

.- o Four Cylinder, Five Passenger Touring !

Surprising things are always com- Car $1,115.Four'Cylinder.

ing to light, among the latest of Landau-Roadster 1265. I Extra! Extra!
which is a confession by Secretary i

William J. Bryan that he is invariably Six Cylinder, Six Passenger Touring Car, Friday and Saturday Only

attacked by stage fright when on the I I $1,640.

verge The distinguished of addressing speaker a large made audience.this i Pricesf.o.b. Orlando. All Silk and Cotton Ratines at COSTHERE

statement to a personal friend, saying I I All Cars fully equipped with Electric Lights and

I that the fright made itself apparentby I starter..-and every up-to-day equipment. Come
of in the
a sensation emptiness around and see them.
Sale Price Price
stomach, and his antidote for it was Regular Price Special

k to try and sleep it off. In the choiceof $1.50 Values . . . . . . . . . . . $1.19 96c.

a remedy the secretary displays $1.25 Values . . . . . . . . . . . 98c. 85c.

both simplicity and greatness. Nobody San Juan Garage C. i $1.00 Values . . . . . . . . . . . 85c. 72c ,

would have suspected that he 90c. Values . . . . . . . . . . . 73c. 57c

had ever suffered stage fright, but All Night Service I 75c. Values . . . . . . .in. > . . . 59c. ;13c.
Others proportion
since he has admitted it the wonder is ,
Yours for increased business
that he seeks so harmless and natural

an offset; the same feeling with other AJAX TIRES guaranteed 5000 miles Five I

less talented speakers has been per cent off for cash j 1.ICT E. JvES
the excuse for the use of stimulantsand

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: Get real Tailormade Clothes at the same prices?

H1 . MR. AL. MEISVho

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

has charge of Tailoring Department has
buy, but the freshest. Made in our clean kitchens, where our
." tll'III'II'I lyi; ILL had 25 years experience 111 this line and is thoroughly -

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

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

BEST FLORIDA and suit your pocket book.
:11 l always.greet you with a welcoming sii1i a.. Take one MADE CIGARS ?

.-, her tonight. M by all dealers, 5 Ceels We Use Nothing But All .i

rA .." MIMMIMIIillllHMMMCOMING Wool Cloth. '

( JI '
\I fi ,

The Linings and Trimmings are warranted and ev- \

BUTT'S' KANDY. KITCHEN f fi ery garment isGuaranteed '

v I \ to hold its shape

i .until worn out. .

Orange AvenueWADE : Two piece suits $18,50 to $45.

t>>tK '(<< )+t ; .,.,. :. Three piece suits $20 to $50.

---I I'I I' .
The Rev. H. W. Ball, who has TO THE FAVORITE! :; Dall ODCCDCD(+ CDCDClDa : You'll Get What You Want and Like

'I charge of the Episcopal missions at "Dick Whittington's Cat" I I FAVORITE THEATRE .

Kissimmee and adjacent points, wasa The Favorite management announcethat :. What You Get.Yoe11Buoor1ll..
THE TUNER welcome they have secured at great ex- B. E MILLER, Manager o .
visitor in town yesterdayand fj _
J ORLANDO. FLA. expects to return next week for pense a magnificent three-reel fea- -i ..
convocation. I ture, "Dick Whittington's Cat." The | Matinee 2 ?. M. Night 6:30 ..

adaptation emphasizes all that is I| ADMISSION 5 CENTS
Fifty cents buys a dandy shirt for t
poetic, dainty and picturesque in the ,
Mr. J. G. Spurlin, of Lake Weir, is a man-good value for 75 and 85 II DaDCDCD C aA
spending today in Orlando. cents. See the windows at Boardman's -'I settings old English and legend.spectacular The scenes elaborate are I Program i i Tile [ I.

Ladies' hair dressing, massage, "Store of Satisfaction." It I authoritative in every detail. The "Escaped From the Asylum"Based j I J iOrlando's
shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber I Mr. and Mrs. George Abbott were I spectacular and sensational climax of i on Harry K. Thaw's daring '
I get-away. The most thrilling and .
1-2-tf Orlando's
Shop. among prominent winter the burning boat and struggling crew
Mr. E. II. Eubanks, of Tampa, was residents arriving last night from I adds an element of genuine thrill. spectacular two-reel feature ever : Largest Store
an Orlando visitor yesterday.Mrs. Moorestown, N. J. They are guestsof j A vessel the type of the "Half Moon"was exhibited. The picture is true to !j|.
their life, showing the murder of White; .
daughter, Mrs. C. D. Christ
W. D. Holden, of Sanford, totally wrecked and destroyed by
on Lucerne Circle. I on the garden, the arrest, sentence: "Quality Did It"
spent yesterday in Orlando with I fire in the open sea, costing $1,200.
to Matleawan as insane, for life,
friends. Prices on Manhattan Shirts are cut This great picture will be shown Saturday .
and the famous
only twice a The first sale for 10th. escape. :
year. January
will buy $25 Hart, Schaff-I I
$17.50 a Extra One reel-a splendid comedy. I .
i this year is now on at Scruggs & #11 I 8+rOM G I C +H >MIIC' OO+Ht+(. 't+*, tfxH
& Marx Suit at Scrugg & Dick-
ner Coming, Saturday! ,
Dickson. 1-7-Gt Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Daetwiler returned -
son. l-7-6t "Dick Whittington's Cat"-3 reels.
i Mr. S. Waters Howe returned last )'esterday'from Atlanta, where ; .* )+ *H I ; c"m III II m+'+tH IIII
Born, yesterday, to Mr. and Mrs.F. .' i!
night from Nashville, where he has I they attended the VoorhiesMagruderwedding. .
W. Shepherd, of Winter Park, a
; been with Mrs. Howe to attend the YOU CAN NOT i

girl.A. I funeral of her mother. Mrs. Howe I Mrs. J. B. Magruder returned yesterday - Money to Loan
P. Heymann has arrived from I
return next Wednesday. from Atlanta, where she had .
Afford overlook
Dayton, Ohio, and will spend part,of to the fact that for, .
the winter here. I Dr. Spink arrived last night from been to attend the wedding of her son, genuinenes. of price reductions the : .

I Indianapolis, Ind., accompanied by a Mr. James Magruder, to Miss Voor- removal sale at Marion B. Ives' has : .
Mr. Frank T. Graham, of Tampa,I party of ten from the Fletcher sanitarium hies, which took place in the Gate certainly set Orlando talking-and [ Loans in sums of$500 to $3000on
is the at the San Juan
guests !
among I in that City Tuesday.
city, who will
spend justly so. Every dad additional specials -i
today., I the winter at Kooter Kove Kottage, Mr. and Mrs. James B. Magruder, will be put on as a further stim- IMPROVED INSIDE property fora
Mr. A. W. Watson arrived yesterday on Rock lake, the home of Dr. Spink. Jr., have returned from Atlanta, ulus. The window displays are not i

from Detroit, Mich., and will be The doctor is a cousin of Mrs. Leon where they were married Tuesday. ,only an added attraction, but an ocular -! term of FIVE years. Principaland
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Nye ard Bumby. They will receive a cordial' welcome demonstration of the firm's
,i aggressive interest in
for the winter. Coats and Coat Suits at less than home. They have apartments at the : policy of slashing into "al- payable monthly

Eat what you want. manufacturer's prices for quick clear- Arcade.Mr. I.ues when occasion demands it. Not I instalments.HtiMtmmtiiitimitmetmtw

Eat all you want. ance-assortment just now is good- Silas M. Birnstock, prominentin i to take advantage of these offerings I .
Take a postscript and forget it.
For sale by all druggists. take full advantageBoardman's"Store business and social affairs in'i'I I shows one's indifference to the cost of i

l-7-d&w.lyr of Satisfaction." it Wrightville, Pa., after a short visit' high living. j s. VTA.

to this section of the state, returned .1 . I .

f.IIIIDIIIIGIIIIIIIIIIIIIDllllllllllllllllllilliD111IN. I home yesterday. Mr. Birnstock and I Take your repairing to Warman on I:V I Hiiiiimf
Messrs. D. J. and Ed. Beidler were Court street. 12-5-tf "

school chums, and this was their first 1-
P. YOWELLWill meeting in years. It was truly a most
happy greeting.Mr. WANTED-Office work by a lady II

be in Old Stand until Saturday night. Every Wool B. F. Jordan, of Terre Haute, ferred.with experience Address "S; ,stenographic" care the Senti pre-

Coat and Suit will be sold at just half price, while they ; Ind., and his father, who is a remark. nel. 1-8-3t I
able old gentleman of 89 years, left The PatronsOf
last. They are beautiful and good styles. yesterday for home. Mr. Jordan and LUTHER THE FLORISTCut

.his father left Vincennes, Ind., a short
N. P. YOVELL.tlilalllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll I while ago to take a trip through Flor- Flowers The Sanitary Grocery were greeted with a Great

ida. They visited Delray, Miami, and ROSES, VIOLETS, White Way when they entered that place of business
all through the Everglades, stopping
over here on their way back. The CARNATIONS, PANSIES, yesterday, Messrs. Caruthers & Gore issued an order

-------- ---- made train and
trip was mostly by POTTED PLANTS : that went into effect with the New Year, that all clerksin
Mr. C. II. Barnes, of Jacksonville, Something warm for your feet in automobile and was quite a hard one
was among the guests registering at the morning? Boardman's "Store of for an old gentleman who has reached I their employ must wear white uniforms.

the San Juan last night. Satisfaction'* has the newest in soft- this age. I .

Imported correspondence cards and soled leather, cloth topped, that almost Registration offices are now open I COAL CHARCOAL

envelopes to matchonly 10 cents per radiate warmth-an&only $1.25a in every county in the state for the 1
package. Curtis & O'Neal. pair. benefit of those who want to vote in WOODVeneer
$14.75 will buy a $20 Hart, Schaffner Boys' Serge and Tweed Suits in the June primaries. It is a new reg-
& Marx Suit at & Dick- istration under a new law passed by' Cores
Scruggs to 17
ages up years, are reduced
son l-7-6t i 331-3 per cent-reason, closing them the last legislature, known as the Seasoned Heart Oak Pine Wood THE SANITARY GROCERY

Mrs. A. R. Bogue has returned out-at Boardman's "Store of Satis- Bryan primary' law, and it means afresh i
faction." start for everybody. You j All sizes and lengths CARUTHERS & GORE '
from Jacksonville, where the holidayswere it
her I register again, no matter how often '
with ,
most enjoyably spent I Dr. and Mrs. D. C. Roney have arrived I Orlando Wood Yard
have heretofore and
you registered I II Phone 200 6 & PIne
sister, Mrs. W. R. Harney. I from 8 StneLt
Ridgeville, Ind., and will
the registration books will be open:
Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes are j'make Orlando their future home. Dr. t for sixty days. And another thing'': B. W. KINGSLEY, Proprietor I
the best. We are now selling these t I Roney has entered into partnership Phone 344 104 W. Pine St.
worth is that under this
I noting new i
clothes at cut prices. Scruggs & (with Dr. Cowell, and as soon as the law Democrats only will vote in Democratic I_ Turpentine Chips Fence Posts 't CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

Dickson. 1-7-Gt latter's home on Washington street primaries.-Lakeland Tele : .' .II' leIIIICIII'Q lllle.'I'I"II'ltl"llt'I.44
C. Williams arrived last I is completed, Dr. and Mrs. - ---- - - -
Mr. J. Roney --- -------- -- -- ---.-. --. --- -; - -
gram. -
.. .QOltttI131111Icla a tl.Oltl.I.I.III..IIII.it.I111C.
night from Pennsylvania on a visitto I will occupy a part of itEat I
i Photographs of Griffing's Orangeand
friend Mr. E. T. Streuber, who '
his ,
what you want. Grapefruit Trees in bearing 17
owns a pretty home on Lake Con- ,: Eat Take all a you postscript want. and forget it. months from planting' at my office,I : EE Ov aAL: S .A.LE

way.)Ir. and Mrs. L. W. Shodan arrivedin ,!! For sale by all durggists.1-7-d&w-lyr kaw opposite, salesman the postoffice.Phone 267.'OSTEOPATHY1 W.. H. Bro- \ : Commencing Tuesday, January 6th, we will offer our Clothing, Hats, Sweaters,

Orlando yesterday from Los Angeles : Warman I : Wool Underwear at cut prices for CASH.
Repairs and Retires Baby
Cal., and will spend some time 1 1I .
Carriages on Court street. 12-5-tf
looking over this section. This estimable ( $30.00 Suits 120.50 $25.00 Overcoats $17.50
couple are friends of Mr. and I Griffing trees give results. Office I : 25.00 Suits 17.50 20.00 Overcoats 14.75

Mrs. Harry L Beeman and were with opposite P. 0. W. H. Brokaw!'aIe3- DR. J. C .HOWELL I :I 22.50 Suits 15.75 18.00 Overcoats 13.50

them when they made their trip to man. 12-25-tf; Hours, 10-12, 3-3, and by appointmentNo + 2O.OO Suits I4.5SWEATERS 16.50 Overcoats 12.00
Alaska last summer. Clean sweep sale of Stetson Hats extra charge for house treatment :! .

Clean sweep sale of Regal Shoes.I land No Name Hats. Drown & Lar Telephone connections : HATS
Drown & Lartigue. 1-G-Gt tigue. 1.6-6t : Office cor. Orange and Central Ares II '
I -.. --.--.- '. '. 3.00 Sweaters $2:25: $5.00 Hats $3.50
I 2.50 Sweaters 1,7c 4.00H 2.75
2.00 Sweaters 1.35 3.00 Hats 2.28

F For Drugs Phone 20 i! Remember we 1.5'0 only oSweaters handle the celebrated i.io HartSchaffner 2.50 Hats& Marx line 1.75 of Clothes.All r

I II I :Men's and Boy's Trousers are included in this sale.SCRUGGS .

!Kodak DeparlmenMVe Develop and Print Your Films I

The MoElroy
Pharmacy store is the home of Hart Schaftner & Marx clothesJft.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.

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FOR SALE-By owner, 308 N. Main FOR RENT-Furnished rooms in new DRESSMAKING at 307 E. Pine St. 11111111111111I1111I11111111111111111111111111111111I
lo Be Sold at Once .street, 8-room house with sleeping house just completed; also light 12-12-lra .
: porch, bath, electric lights, fruit trees. housekeeping. 604 Magnolia avenue. .
Centrally located. Lot 77 by 223 feet. 12-31-lw WANTED-Permanent board and :

1-8-3t room by young lady employed. Ad- :
Handsome 6-room bungalow, FOR RENT-Desirable "
room, with dress "Comfort, care Sentinel. _
FOR SALE-A good small businessthat modern and .
conveniences, board, in l-8-3t
well located brand No
new. will pay a handsome income. private family. No. 9 E. Concord. .
much more than the price of lot, Cooper & Atha, 114 South Orange l-6-3t LOST-One leather purse with two :
Ave. l-8-6t ten dollar bills, certificate of de- _
Easy terms if wanted. FOR RENT-Furnished large front posit, and keys to safety box at Bank :
room; all modern conveniences; & Trust Co. Reward if returned to
and tools, best farm in county; va- Rural Route Box 65-B.
with private family; close in, 302 John Kaley,
riety fruits, 1,600 trees elegant
; up- 17tf.
Price $1350Another North Orange Ave. 1-6-6t
to-date buildings, etc. Box 144, Or- Finest Line ofSouvenir
lando, J. Van Buskirk. 12-21-tf. : AGRICULTURAL blasting, ditching,
I FOR RENT-Two large well
subsoiling, tree planting, stump
beauty overlookingfine FOR SALE-Three building lots, rea-i located; reasonable rent by the land
blowing, orchard renovating; China
lake, with bath and electric sonably close in, at sacrifice price., month or year. 406 S. East St. cleared ready for the plow. Dynamiteand
with fruit trees and
Improved 1-6-lw supplies. Estimates cheerfully

lights. Same owner. Easy hotel.bery. Address Room 2, shrub-I FOR RENT-Furnished rooms; everything furnished. L N. Lewis, 406 East St., Ever in Orlando

terms. I I I new and modern; large verandas Orlando, Fla. 1-6-1m

FOR SALE-BuIck four ; three minutes from postoffice,
car, passenger I RELIABLE PARTY TO RUN
1912 make. Has been thor- in best part of city. Three to five HOUSE-Eleven room
Price $1800For dollars week. 308 West street. BOARDING
oughly overhauled. Price $450. Only 1-8-lw per house, partially furnished; good loca-
reason for selling am going away. tion at Maitland, Fla. Want some
location and floor plan Jos. D. Wilson, 511 E. Orange St., OAK LODGE APARTMENT HOUSE good reliable party to run boarding McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
Lakeland, Fla.
1-9-3t OPEN to take in roomers and light house. More boarders than house will
FOR SALE-At a bargain, twentyacre housekeepers. Everything new and accommodate. Rent reasonable. Apply -
"See SMITH"The grove; five hundred grapefruittrees neat. Corner Church and Osceola. to Walter Drennen Co., Maitland,I
fifty tangerine trees, and 750 l-4-6t Fla. 1-8-3t

blows hot orange trees. Grove should pay for I STORENext j
man who never
itself in two years. Address P. 0.

air into a description to inflate Box 12-18-d&w-tf 105, Orlando, Fla. ,11111111111111111111111111111111111111111,1"1.,1.I i

the price. The man who has,
the property you want at the i Four lots, corner Amelia and Mill II

price you can afford to pay, and street, $800. Four lots corner Amelia I Door to Evan's Jewelry Store :
and Sullivan street, $1,000. Also
who actually makes sales. 100x236 corner Magnolia and Amelia.' Four modern California BungaI I

Call on or address A. F. Newkirk, i
504 Magnolia avenue. l-7-3t lows in construction. ..

Boston, Jan. 8.-The battleship Good property; 40 acres little northof II II
> Orlando, on beautiful lake. Young DAETWYLER
Georgia sailed for Southland waters.It .
budded grove, bearing; good dwelling.
is believed here that her ultimate The[ ideal place for poultry and dairy I, ,

destination will be Mexico. She has farm-good range, plenty room, good .1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 I,
been lying at the Charleston navy milk trade established. Will sell stock ,
with place. Box 34, Route 2, Orlando, I
months under- T
the last
yard Fla. 12-15-lm :FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for WANTED-To rent a piano for threef
going a general overhauling. Her light housekeeping; all conven-f I f months. Apply 411 West street. IMIMMIMIM HIM '
first stop is Newport, where she may FOR SALE iences. Also large single'room. 2171 I ll-9-3t

take on marines. Farm of twenty acres, ten acres Robinson Ave., East. l-7-3t I I till 11111 I'till 11111 11111 II"11111
cleared, seven acres cultivated. 21-2 - -- -------1'I1 I WANTED-At once, child nurse; one HilMHtHMiltit
t miles west of Taft P. 0., near Lake FOR RENT-Nicely furnished, quiet I willing to travel Apply 411 South
BUFFALO BILL TESTIFIESNew Davis. Good wire fence on three rooms in new home, close in; electric I Main street. 1-6-3t "Kill
sides. Small new house and well. light, hot and cold water bath, I the Chill"All
York, Jan. Testimony of About 15,000 feet of saw timber. fireplace in large front room. 114 ,WANTED-Team of horses, wagon
Col. W. F. Cody (Buffalo Bill) con- Land all dry and suitable for truck- East Jackson street. l-6-3t ; and farm implements. D. P. Sias,
ing citrus fruit. Am too old to 83 Arcade 1-6-3t
or building. indications
his relations with the lateJ. point toward
work it and will sell at a bargain. FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms, a cold win-
A. Bailey circus king, which was I Owner, Box 137, Taft, Fla. with bath, for light housekeeping.,WANTED-Ladies, bring your comb
taken in Denver, was filed at White 1-6-d&w-lm- 209 East Jackson St. 12-30-tf ings and cut hair to 305 Garland! ter this year and the best way to be com
--------- street. We will make them as desired -
Plains, to be used at the trial of the FOR SALE FOR RENT-Four-room furnished or purchase same for cash. fortable on cold mornings and eveningsor
will contest over Bailey's estate worth Nickolas & Nickolas. 12-30-lm
An artistic and beautiful home; cottage, one block off Orange avenue -
$1,000,000.In modern and complete in every partic- Concord Park. $15.00 per month. during the day in your office is to have a
ular. Seven large rooms and bath; Inquire 706 W. Amelia avenue. LOST-Gold cuff link, with initial"B
immense closets. Screened sleepingand 1-9-2t ," somewhere on the Orlando
a short time the GreekAmerican rear porches; ten-foot veranda streets Monday. If found, leave at the REZNOR GAS HEATERThey
bank in Tarpon Springs will move across entire front. A few bearing FOR RENT-New furnished rooms in Sentinel office, and receive reward of
into one of the elegant apartments in trees, flowers and shrubbery. New new modern home; every convenience $1.00. 1-1-tf
and near in, fine location. ; kitchenette if desired; reason-
the new Meres building now under Any one desiring an ideal home, able. 14 E. Amelia avenue, next door NOTICE are cheap to buy and very economical -

construction in that city. address to the Wyoming. 12-1-tf The books for the registration of '
OWNER, P. 0. Box 495. voters in Orange county will be 3 to 6 cents an hour, according to the
RENT-Furnished house ten
1-2-tf opened in office at the Court
PEOPLE'S WANTSMUNNLMAKERS( rooms and sleeping porch; centrally House on Monday my January 5th, 1914, size-and are the cleanest and most con-
located; suitable for either one or
and will be kept six days in
FOR REX1 two City.families. Address F. G.11-26-tf Rush, each week, until the open first Monday in venient heating made. No wood, ashes or

March, 1914.
FOR RENT-Furnished seven-room I oil to just turn the valve and
I FOR RENT Large, well furnished W. L DOLIVE, carry strikea
Notices of Lost, Wanted. For Sale, For house. Call at Sentinel. 12-14-tf
room to persons wishing suburban 1-3-tf Supervisor of Registration.
Kent, etc., for this column Rue for one day match.
60c for three days or $1.00 for one week for FOR RENT Newly furnished rooms,I accommodations; also 2 acres good TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
25 words or less. Money must accompanythe and board all conveniences large truck land, close in. Good opportunity !
advertisements for this column as no ; ; I for right person. Address "A," The co-partnership heretofore existing -
Insertions will be made on credit. veranda; nicely kept grounds; noth- Sentinel. 9-8tf between T. A. Yancey and J. K.
ing better for the in Florida
money ;
Swick, under the firm name and styleof
near in. 205 Magnolia Ave. 1-3-6t MISCELLANEOUS T. A. Yancey & Company, is here-

FOR SALE EIGHT-ROOM furnished house by dissolved. The business will be ORLANDO WATER[ & LIGHT Cft
; gas,
conducted at the old stand by J. K.
WANTED-Dining room girls. Apply
Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, and electric lights. 205 E. Robinson Orland hotel. 1-6-tf Swick, who has authority to collectall
Lake Eola. 12-23-tf
on Court street. 12-5-tf avenue on accounts, and who will all
) -
- - -- ------ pay
j FOR pleasant, comfortable rooms, in WANTED white girl for general indebtedness. Gas Department
FOR SALE-New $15 dress-making new house, light housekeeping, see housework; small family, good T. A. YANCEY.J. .
form, for $8. Call 218 Ridgewoodavenue 1'I Mrs. Johnson, Yowell's store. wages. Apply West street, opposite K. SWICK.
mornings. 13tfifMllilllllllllllllllllllll 12311wI11111111111111111111111111 Glenwood apartments. l43tilllllilllllllllilllillCIIM Orlando, Fla., Jan. 6, 1914. 41 liiilllimillllllltm

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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 and the best of selling
honestly to our ability, you

t 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 &, SnowdenFURNITURE


Cor. Main and Pine Streets Orlando, Florida





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-" Special attention to patrons


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

Dinner 11:30: to 2 p. m.

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

Model 43 Chassis: Five-passenger touring car. Wheel base is 116 inches; double drop frame. ,
Motor 41-4x51-4; four cylinders, cast in pairs; unit power plant; cone dutch; selective type transmission W. d to give .
German silver "V" shaped radiator, tub type; Stromberg carburetor; full floating rear you
axle.; New Departure bearings; tires, 35x squareI roved Delco electric starting, lighting and ignition .
Gasoline 21 gallons, tank carried at rear,pressure feed; Standard demountable rims; clean 1
system. and quick service.J.
10 inch upholstering; nickel trimmings; body, steel; colors: blue or gray, black running gear. Prices
fully equipped: Touring car, $1,875 delivered. Other models $1,150 to $3,000. _


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BRYAN'S TRAVELS WEDS IllS SEVENTH Dr. Buchmaster lImumummmmml'
I Huntington, W. Va., Jan. 7. "I
Washington, Jan. 8.-Since he took hope this will be my last," said L B.
of state W. J. I Maynard, 31, after his marriage to "
office as secretary Physician

Bryan miles and has has traveled been more absent than When from 27,000 his his I Miss wives married Rebecca I divorced seven Wilson.times.and the"I Three other have of three been my 132 Orange Avenue O.W.L.CO;. !:.!: !mmmmmmmmG:
working days.
office 60 Bank, .
Western trip, which will last died." Next door to People's .. ...
until January 12,is over,he will have I up-stairs. Acute and chronic 111111111111111.
lost 72 days and traveled 3),'<00 miles. Now is the time to buy Manhattan diseases treated.Telephone .
He has been in office 300 days. I I Shirts. Semi-annual sale now on, atScruggs 578.
All Washington is talking of the &Dickson. l-7-6t Orlando
affronted I I
way the diplomatic corps
}Ir. Bryan at his breakfast party.I'
Furthermore, in the intimacy of their
own circles the diplomats are chuck- SPECIAL SALE j j Water & Light Co.

ling.When invitations for the breakfastwere
sent out, they bore a strong January 12th to 17th Inclusive ElectricityGas
intimation that Secretary Bryan ..-
looked upon this event as one of great' -ONEmbroideries -
formality. That meant full dress uni- Tater Ice
forms. By agreement, not one of the Voiles and other
diplomats wore his uniform; all appeared -
dress. at the Bryan home in ordinary Wash Materials Office:---No. J8 ,West Central Avenue

This was a shock to the Bryans,
who had gone to extraordinary expense MISSES lAIIIM & DUNN Teleph.oneiNo. 6
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uniforms might have a harmonious


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-FOR U. D. C. BALL I I _. I. I H' ': .: '!. 'n'':;;i:!"j.n::,: ii t.; .

The Daughters of the Confederacy _
held a particularly enthusiastic and 1---- Ii

enjoyable meeting yesterday after-
noon at the Chapter House, Deaconess \ ;
) Parkhill being hostess, and forty i f
members attending.This I ,
was the regular monthly business -!I -
meeting, the plans for the approaching !
i annual ball being a chief

0 ;subject for consideration. : Cold Facts
I Matters connected with the constitution r o
I were discussed and copies of
f :the new constitution and by-laws
i ;were presented for inspection.. I -" .
I Mrs. A. E. Gikon, mother of ilrs.Gco. ., <) 1 .
ATE New ell, was elected aa tha fiiithonors'y ._ +! ".1 1.t.J fIt_I.\...'i:1. .: v'P.(J .; ,
BANK, : : member tli3: chattel, ail; ,. I ...
; Mr. B. JJ Robinson was elected the j'I ,
first associate member. II

, i At the conclusion of the business; I
i I
Orlando session 'all present enjoyed hot tea ,.= "st'yea'tl' yonr !<",,' _
and dainty wafers, with a plcaani \
: social chat. i r r JastiSy expenses VA:. .

1893 :I The ball, which promises to Vr,,it i! ,
R.entTaxes InsurahrsoinK
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sustain its previous high record for

\ :being one of Orlando's most enjoyable ."\, .. .,\ ', t/I' _J At .
!M social functions, is to be held in the

;armory on the evening of February20th ;'-.-_- Gifts and Luxuries At I.. _

CONSERVATIVEACCOMMODATING the following committees being c _- Money setaside for c)-; I .. : )f 1"1"di\\ .. .i S
appointed in charge thereof:
I Refreshments Mrs. and ., .
: Way chap- Education _. ___
ter. -
I eiting-Mrs. Dolive, Mrs. A. M. i=_. Totals. .
Harris, Mrs. D. C. Thompson, Mrs. -
Chas. Lartigue, Miss Jacocks.
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JIff N.Serving-Mrs.My Eiroy, Mrs.Abernethy J. B. Lawton, Mrs., Mrs.D. J.. Lot us Wp you do i> iwr in 1 ;/:4:

W. Currie, Miss Bereft Briggs. .
t Tables and Chairs Mrs. D. C. "It is a pleasure to serve you." ,
Thompson, Mrs. Scruggs, Mrs. Ja
I cocks. i i .
f Dishes, Silver, Lights and Stove-
H Mrs. Fuller and Mrs. Howe.

I ,. \ i To Get Waiters-Mrs. W. P. Watson -- '. .
Mrs. E. L Bliss.
L..w. tH"H.t If.U -H t. "I f-MMNI.. .. df
- - - - - - - - Cleaning Mrs. S. N. Yowell, Mts.

MRS. T. W. MATHEWS HOSTESS MRS. T. A. NEAL HONORED Phil Slemons, Mrs. A. W. Bumby, -: ;;'= .- ._ : --=. ::"_ ,,- :.: : :r .: .
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Mrs. Arthur Barlow. ;; , (," i ;: 'I":'
Decorating-Mrs. Chas. Campbell
The Twentieth Century club was
Mrs. Lee Miller, Miss Fannie Robinson -
entertained yesterday afternoon by Mrs. -T. A. Neal, of Sanford, was Miss Willie Person, Miss Rita! -
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Mrs. T. W. Mathews, at her residenceon
the honoree of a pretty card
the corner of.Lake and Church partyghen Lawton. I': 'K 'TrTlfjl'' rJl ::a:
yesterday afternoon by Mrs. -? =*"-
Room Miss
Dressing Agnes Per-: [F&I 1]
streets, and the date being that of Chester Goodrich. son, Mrs. Overstreet.
the regular business meeting and
The guests included four tables of Music-Mrs. Dolive and Mrs. Way.
election of officers, the gathering was plajers. Of these Mrs. Edward Hau-
Waxing Floor, Program and Tickets '
one of unusual'interest.The selt made the high score, winning a -Miss Mary Howard and Miss: r
reading of "Hamlet" was con- dainty hand embroidered guest towel Margaret Hart.Imitation '
cluded, and the club decided to depart 11.IN
while a towel of similar design was to V Veterans Miss :Mary EVERY ONE .
from their custom of studying Shake- presented to Mrs. Xeal. Robinson. I Ito. .
spearean classics, and devote a por- Mrs. Goodrich was assisted by her Advertising Mrs. Ferris and Mrs.
tion of their work to more modern authors mother, Mrs. A. C. Brown, in the serv- ,Lawrence. of your purchases from us you will
and voted to begin Longfel-
ing of delicious strawberry ice ,
cream [ Ticket Office-Jenkins Dohve.
low's "Spanish. Student" at the next home made cake, mints, and coffee. Floor Committee Mr. S. Y. Way,I I1 find originality NOTHING overdone
meeting.The Those present at the delightful affair -| Mi. LeRoy B. Giles, Mr. H. N. Dick-i I
election took the place of the were Mrs. J. M. Thayer, :Mrs. son, Dr. Abernethy, Mr. W. P. Wat- but harmony and good tastecombined.
time usually given to the discussionof Harry Beeman, Mrs. Edward Hau- son. 'I
current topics, and resulted in sdt, Mrs. Adele Irwin, Miss Porter, l'unch-lrs. Jacocks. Come and
Mrs. W. F. Coleman being elected Mrs. G. H. Edwards, Mrs. Algernon iL see. Ui.
president, Mrs. T. C. Whitman vice- Haden, :Miss Kilmer, Mrs. Harriet 10
president, and Mrs. S. R. Hudson Miller, Mrs. DeWitt Miller, Miss Touching the question of sales, .
secretary and treasurer.The there are no half circles about that
Hart, :Mrs Woodruff, Mrs. J. N. EraJ-
hostess served coffee, dough-: shaw, Mrs. L. H. Gedge, and Miss one of Marion B. Ives. Its the whole
nuts and cheese to her guests, among Ray. hoop. Almost wish I was a woman ALLEN & CO Jewelers
whom were her house guest, Mrs.J myself, so I could take advantage of i. :
Doty, and Miss. Hope Starbuck, Mrs.S. I the mandlous bargains. We'd bet- ,
R. Hudson, :Mrs. M. 0. Dovel, Mrs. The Times-Union says that the all- ter do the next test thing-unload,
Alice Kollock, Mrs. W. S. Branch!|travelers' banquet to be held at the and let our wives go. Everything Guaranteed. Reliable! Rep ail ,
Mrs. W. F. Coleman, Mrs. T. C. Whit-I Hotel Mason January 17th complimentary : g-g
man, Mrs. S. A. Robinson, Mrs. R. L\ to George Mason will be a If you want the news, read the' n: --I ft _
Burch and Mrs. W. H. Robertson. \great success is now an assured fact. Sentinel. :
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. The Dumber, of trls? Piano. is so -Feted at wmdovby i.. to.-. ,

O; P. Docashievloo .,.lc'3 1 rrA/.onal. -Bank aii: put in i"sealevelopo '-., :. r'I

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

who has bought th's; Piano will have all money refunded and

a Bill of Sale for same. . : ;:

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z: Introducting

o Florida Music Company "

who will be successors to THE DBENNEN-LATTNER CO.

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