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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 10, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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I,4 THE SENTINEL I






GREAT MID-WINTER SUB-TROPICAL EXPOSITION FEBRUARY 17 TO 21, INCLUSIVE-COME.


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



ONE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1914. NUMBER 286.

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BISHOPS KNIGHT AND WEED REVOLT IS HEADED BY H. C.
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EXPECTED TO BE PRESENT HAMMOND OF TAFT WHO

TRAIN SERVICE STOPPEDBY GOING TO T TAMPA BUT 'COMING WITH BISHOPS GRAY SENDS IN HIS RESIGNATION POULTRY Mini fAIR Will INCIDENT IS VIEWED AT


WALKOUT OPERATIVES OF ALL BACK f FOR THE[ fAIR AND MANN TO SUPERVISOR B BRING TWO THOUSAND IDS WASHINGTON WITH

The twenty-second annual convoca- Here's more trouble.It MUCH ANXIETY

Detroit Family in Novel Wagon Are tion of the Episcopal church in southern does look as if the last legisla- Wendler Who Will Hare Charge of

Florida will meet here next week, ture played highjinks generally.
Advertising Orlando's Big
This Feature Passes
SITUATION GROWS GRAVE Midwinter Event the preliminary service being held First there was the coupon law Way to Indianapolis Throughon NO EXPLANATION GIVEN
A full is
Tuesday evening. program which had the tax collecors and the

"De- given, and all who are interested will merchants on the anxious seat for
Bearing a placard reading,
"There will be at least two thou-
be welcomed at any of these services, weeks before three federal
back many
but to
troit to
Tampa, going
FIERCE RIOTS RAGING AMONG sand birds in the poultry exhibit at MARINES ARE ORDERED TO SAN
Fair those on the three evenings, with the judges declared it unconstitutional.
Orlando for the Big Midwinter ,
the Orlando fair to'be held
NATIVES AND STRIKE LEADERS opening service on Wednesday morn- Then there was the order of the February I DIEGO AND PENSACOLA
February 17-21, the touring "
wagonof
17-21, said J. H. Wendler, the ex-;
MAKING INFLAMMATORY W. L. Leeman and family is now ing, being probably the most interset- tax commission which: still has the BE IN STRIKING
pert poultrmanesterday his
,SPEECHESSpecial well on the road to Tampa. ing to the general public. assessors and the tax payers sus- on : DISTANCE
to Indianapolis to i
way serve as judgeof
Mr. Leeman and his family reached Bishop Weed of Florida, and Bish pended in the ambient, and- .. a poultry show there.

to the SentineLJohannesburg Orlando a week before Christmas, op Knight, of Cuba (recently made I Now, comes the registration law I Special to the SentinelWashington
Africa Jan. 9.-A Mr. Wendler has just closed a large,
and have been quartered at the fair vice-chancellor of Sewanee), are ex. requiring, that every single solitary Jan. 9.-The Japanese

general railway strike which was be- grounds ever since. Visitors to the pected, with a large number of clergy person entitled to vote shall register and successful poultry exhibit at have landed an armed guard from
yesterday so quietly that it appeared Tampa, and says that the Orlando 11 their cruiser Idzauma for the
gun grounds have been attracted by their. and of lay delegates. again, and state his age, size, affilia- pro-
that the movement would bea event is going to be much better. tection
of the Mikado's
The annual of legation at
unique traveling quarters. It is a. twenty-first meeting tions, antecedents, postscripts, etc.,
fiasco is in force and has as- "There is one man in North Caro- Mexico
now spring fitted out after the I the Southern Florida Auxiliary (a and the county commissioners have City.
wagon lina who is
going to bring three hun-
sumed grave proportions.Work of state in vessel large missionary society of this allowed the deputy registration offi- This government has been advisedof
manner a room a "
dred birds of his said
was practically at a standstill in Pullman church) will also meet here in connection cers just ten dollars apiece and ten own, Mr. the step by O'Shaughnessy, but no
car
or apartments a ,
today, and the few trains which the something between the two and not: with convocation delegates cents for every name entered. This Wendler, "and I have had applicationsfor explanation has been offered by the

management run met with serious accidents for it from towns. The such a large amount of space thatI Japanese ambassador. At Washington -
quite like either. They traveled all : coming many has brought forth a protest from at
due it is believed to attemptsby am here today to get the fair direc- the incident is viewed with much
the way from Detroit to Orlando, in following order of services will be ob- least one of the deputies, namely, H.I
tors to make
the lines and i preparations for more
strikers to dynamite anxiety by the state and
,
this wagon, the motive power being i served: C. Hammond, of Taft, and he has navy war

destroy the signal system. furnished by two large Michigan i Tuesday, January 13th forwarded his resignation to the su- I room. departments, but no comment is
the The directors at once placed orders
has
The government prohibited made.
8 m.-Preliminary service. Even- of and hewill
mules. Mr. Leeman was an automo- p. pervisor registration, says
sale of fire arms, and has ,called out ,for five hundred additional coops to Plans are under to withdrawall
ing and sermon by Rev. W. not work 294 hours for. way
bile dealer in Detroit and thoughthe prayer any! ..
the active troops of citizens to aid !',be located at the fair grounds. They marines from the Philippines and
would take to the road for a while W. Williams, of St. Paul's, Key West. $17.50, which is less than a convict ,
the defense force' in the TransvaalIt 14th consider that they made a ten strike Hawaiian islands. These marines are
.Wednesday, January
just for the novelty and health re- earns.
is expected that martial law will storation. 7 a. m.-Holy Eucharist. Capt. Hammond's outcry% is given in I when they secured Wendler to direct to be sent to San Diego, Cal., and

be proclaimed tomorrow.The i the poultry department of the fair. Pensacola, Fla., where they will be
I Igrounds.they 10 a. m. Morning hedoesn't
After a good rest at the fair prayer. another column cf this paper and
situation is the most seriousat stationed. Both points are within
started out to complete 1 10:30 a. m.-Holy Eucharist and propose'to serve as deputy
Bloemfontein. Fierce riots are WOMAN'S distance of Mexico.
their trip to Tampa, which was their sermon Bishop Gray celebrant and registration officer any longer, although -i SUFFRAGE HEADQUARTERS striking
raging there among the natives, and I Another battleship the Georgia,has
original intention. Supt. Hugh C. I Bishop Mann preacher. The organization he has opened the books and]
it is reported that many whites have Allen took advantage of their good!I of convocation will follow thisII registered fourteen of the free and I MOVED TO CHICAGO A O started under secret orders to Vera

been killed. Cruz. This places twelve
battleshipsof
service. ,1 unterrified electors of Taft I
nature and enthusiasm' over the fair precinct.
At Capetown inflammatory speechesare to tag the vehicle for some free ad- I II 1 p. .-Luncheon in the Chapter Capt. Hammond supplemented his Chicago, Jan. Headquarters of the first class and two cruisers,
being made by strike leaders \.;t th either already in eastern waters
the committee of or
the
House congressional
vertising. Everybody who meets the served by the Junior Daughters written vociferation by a verbal out-
tremendous effect. All railroad work under orders for that service.
National Woman associationwas
of the Suffrage
wagon between Orlando and Tampa King. burst last night."I .
ers are expected to strike tomorrow. will certainly know about the great 3 p. m.-Bishop Gray's annual ad- don't see how the county commissioners transferred yesterday from

midwinter exposition which is to beheld dress, followed by business session of can get around the re Washington to Chicago by Mrs. Me- TAMPA KNIGHTS rN[ CASTLE

ACTOR I AT ST. AUGUSTINE I S here in February. convocation in the Cathedral. quirements of the act in regard to the i dill McCormick, chairman of the com

4 p. m.-Annual meeting of the payment of deputy registration offi- mittee.
HAll WITH BIG CELEBRATION[ [ \
ATTACKED[ 'BY TIGER[ Junior Auxiliary. cers. The commissioners must follow Because of the large proportionswhich

fATAl WRECK[ ON G.G F. & A. 8 p. m.-Evening prayer, the the law or else they are guilty of its the suffrage movement has assumed -

preacher to be announced.Mrs. violation. It is preposterous to ask: the congressional committee i is Prominent Knights Were Present

Scene Planned as a Thriller Was RAILROAD NEAR COROELE[ [ W. L Nutter will sing a solo, men to work for the compensation: to be enlarged. Chicago was selected When the Hall Was Formaly

Jlore Thrilling Than Was "Glory to God." which they have agreed to allow the as headquarters because of its central Dedicated

Planned Thursday, January 15th deputies. It doesn't matter that the location and suffrage leaders say

President of Road Has a Narrow 7 a. m.-Holy Eucharist. work is not laborious the time must they can keep in doser communication Tampa, Jan. 9.-With imposing and

Special St. Augustine to the Sentinel.Jan. 9.-Willie Sep i Escape When Sleeping Coaches 9 a. m.-Annual Corporate Com be given, and it is the duty of the wi': the various state committees interesting ceremonies most appropriate -

Jump Tracks munion for Woman's Auxiliary, with registration officers to remain in frbm this city than from Washington. to the auspicious occasion, the
mour, a moving picture actor,.narrow!
address by Bishop Mann. their offices for certain hours statedin Mrs. McCormick announced a new new home of Bay Lodge, No. 12,

ly escaped death today when he was I. <>rdele, Ga., Jan. 9.-Three per ''I 10 a. m.-Business session o* con the law and to keep the books plan by which the advocates of equal Knights of Pythias, the pioneer lodgeof -
attacked by a" Bengal tiger being
1 sons were killed and 27 injured early vocation in Cathedral and of the auxiliary open for those hours. The commis suffrage expect to keep the suffrage Knights of Tampa was formallY;
used in African feature film
an scene
today when a Georgia Southern & at the Cathedral school. sioners expect the deputies to follow association before congress. opened to the members and the general
taken here.
being Florida passenger train, from M .con 1 m.-Dinner in House public yesterday afternoon at 3
p. Chapter the law, but they don't seem to be
in tank of waterwhen
Seymour was a
to Palatka,,was wrecked on a trestleone St. Cecilia's Guild. first of series of social
by o'clockthe a
about
particular it themselves. PROMINENT O OCALA ATTORNEY
[ SHOmS
the animal was released and I mile from this place. A broke
3 p. m.-Business session of convo Capt. Hammond said that he was features arranged by the committeesin
,
preparations had been made for his rail is said to have caused the acci
escape outside the camera's range. cation in Cathedral and meeting of going to write to the other deputy Sill AND MAY DIE charge. The new home is a most

1 But the dent.The the auxiliary at the Cathedral school, registration officers and see how they J imposing brick structure, erected at a
as tiger approached Seymour dead
: I with address by Rev. Arhtur S. Peck, viewed the question. As for himself cost of over ?20,000 at the corner off
stumbled and fell and the tiger leaped Carson Ingram, aged 12, son,,of B. Ocala Fla., Jan. 9.-Carlos L Sis-
of Sanford. and of
Lafayette Morgan streets
he declared that he f one
would not
him his claws into trunk, a prominent }
upon sinking huge F. Ingram, Buckhead Ga. young attorney <
8 p. Missionary service, the continue the most splendid lodge buildings in
to work for the
the man's back. Two unidentified I compensa Ocala, and well known over the state,
negroes. Right Rev. Albion B. Knight, vice- tion offered. the state.
The trainers drove the animal off Four sleeping coaches and two accidentally shot himself at noon to-
day :chancellor of Sewanee, being one of J The important event has brought to
after much difficulty and released the coaches thrown
were from the trestleto
I the speakers. day.Mr. the city some of the most prominent
wounded actor. It is thought he will a small creek several feet below. Sistrunk had just purchased a
recover. The engine and baggage i Adjournment of convocation. Eli TEAK[ REIN PROM WThe T revolver and was not familiar with Knights of Florida as well as other .
car passed I The luncheons on Wednesday andY states, and it was expected that Su

safely over the trestle. The two daN Thursday are for the clergy and all] TO CUBAN tAPIT Al its manipulation and it seems to have preme Chancellor of the United StatesT.

TWO POSTMASTERS[ IN FLORIDA RESIGTN coaches were so badly damaged that delegates, both fa convocation and to of discharged the while he was. in the act J. Carling of Athens Ga., would
had loading weapon.He
rescue crews difficulty in
remov
the auxiliary. take a prominent part in the
pro-
R JOBS of the Florida is desperately wounded and it is
ing the bodies of the deadand in rear guard Educational
.. .. gram. On account of the sickness
jured. All of the seriously injured association, in recent meetingat not believed he can live.
and subsequent death of another
Washington, Jan. 9.-A. W. Jackson were brought to this place for medical SHEPPARD[ HEADS SlATE FEDERATION[ Key West and later making a prominent supreme official, to whose

attention. lengthy tour of Cuba, and its various STRANGE VOICES TOLD HIM TO
postmaster at White Springs, has ,
bedside he summoned it im-
was was
OF f LABOR R
resigned. He is a Democrat and quits places of interest, under the leadership KILL THE PRESIDENT possible for the distinguished Knightto

the postoffice ,to enter the customs \ of Dr. J. L Kelly, superintendentof to at this time which
come Tampa ,
WifE Of flORIDA SENATOR VICE E PRESIDENT
service. :Miami, Fla., Jan. 9.-C. E. Sheppard public instruction for Alachua Philadelphia, Jan. 9.-After surren- caused much the
-regret mem-
among
of Miami, elected county, reached Jacksonville yesterday dering himself to Chief Postal In-
Representative Frank Clark today Of WOMAN'S LEAGUE was presidentof -. bers of the local order as well as visitors -
took to the postoffice department the the State Federation of Labor at on the last lap of their journey, spector Cortelyou, Joseph Gorman, 24, from all sections of Florida.

resignation of G. W. Duncan, postmaster the closing session of its annual meet- en route home. i told the inspector that he had a feel-
Washington Jan. 9. Mrs. Duncan ing that he Knights are here from many cities
must kill the
of Jasper. Mr. Clark has not ing here. Sanford was selected as the They report a delightful and instructive president prominent whom W. J.

selected successors to Jackson and Upshaw Fletcher of Jacksonville,I next year's meeting place. trip, and all are giving I I and wanted to be committed to safe Sears grand among chancellor of are Florida, of
wife of Senator Fletcher of Florida, keeping. The man said he had beenin
Duncan. Mr. Sheppard is president of the praise to every one who came in con- ,Kissimmee, and others from the grand
was elected second vice-president of Miami t a Philadelphia hospital, and after
typographical union. tact with them or assisted them in
the Woman's National Democratic his release he had ringing in his ears lodge, who will take part in the regular -
BASEBALL PITCHER REFUSES seeing everything and learning all dedication ceremonies tonight. A
league which closed its annual and heard voices
con- I which told him to
SALARY OF $30,000 BASKET BALL TEAM GOES TO that they gained while gone. delegation of Jacksonville Knights
vention yesterday, the feature of the kill the president. After being
ex-
Washington Jan. 9. Walter Johnson BARTOW FOR GAME They were the official guests of arrived last night too late for the
closing session being the election by amined by the police he
the famous Washington baseball Cuba, and city tKey visited paid surgeon was afternoon but
every reception they were
acclamation of Mrs. William A. Cul- !pronounced insane and committed to a
pitcher, has refused an offer of a sal- The basket ball them honors and of them met by a special committee
lop, wife of Representative Cullop of team of the Orlando many Philadelphia hospital. as were
ary of $30,000 for three years and a Indiana, to the presidency. high school left at three o'clock this passed them out with cheering and all visitors and attended the ball last

bonus of $10,000 made by Joe Tinker, out the session stress had been Through laid ,morning for Bartow to contest with invitation to come again. CITY COMMISSION WILL ESTAB. night.

manager of the Chicago Federal upon theavowed object of the leagueto I 1 the team of Summerlin institute there President Kelly of the association LISH HITCHING RACK Never before in the history of

league team, Tinker announced in aid in the congressional campaignof today. The Bartow girls will come to was the recipient of a gavel made Pythianism in the city of Tampa, andit

Chicago yesterday. Johnson said he the coming November and the Orlando Friday of next week for a from the native woods of Key West The city commission yesterday de- might be added, in the state has

had already signed with Washington league leaders held that, under their I!game the day following. The young Island, and of a handsome gold cided to establish a hitching rack at there been such a gathering of prom-

American league team and would not constitution only issues outlined\ in ladies are under the chaperonage of watch, the gift of the school enthu- a vacant space on Pine street which inent Knights, with the exception ofa

jump his contract. A similar offer the party's platform could be consid- !Mrs. L R. Mulholland. They were siasts, composing the association. lies west of Shelby between Pine and grand lodge meeting. To add splen-

was made Joe Wood, the BostonAmerican's ered. Rumors had it that one element accompanied by Walter Sweat, coach, Patrick. It is said to lie between old dor to the occasion, the Pythian Sis-

pitcher but he also de- wanted to take the Josiah Ferris Jr., and Richard Yow- Pine and new Pine west of the rail- ters gave their assistance, as well as

clined because he had already signedup tion by resolution up but suffrage there was ques no ell. The members of the team are: POSTOFFICE NAME CHANGED road. The city owns the space, being members of the local uniform rank,

with his team. "King" Cole, who attempt to do so. Catherine Padgett and Fannie Taylor 22x135 feet, fifteen feet of which is whose uniforms and special exercises

pained fame as a member of the Cubs' centers; Maude Pugh and Bessie Washington, Jan. 9.The name of in the street. City Attorney L. C. at.the opening was quite a feature.

pitching staff in 1910, and who was Quigg forwards; Elbeth Mulholland! the postoffice at Zona Dade county, Massey advised the commission that

drafted by the New York Americans Imported correspondence cards and and Lois Pedrick, guards; Fannie has been changed to ""Davie" and the city owned the property. The THE WEATHER

from Columbus last fall, was signed envelopes to matchonly 10 cents per Tucker and Lorena Walker, substi- Dwight N. Graves continued as post- attorney was consulted before the Florida: Fair Saturday precededby

today by Tinker. package. Curtis & O'NeaL tutes. master. commission acted on the matter. local rains in northeast.MORNING .

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LET US BE DURING! 1914

CANCER SAYS DR. KELLY We wish to supply your drugs this Today...Saturday at

; IsYour year.When youwant drugs or anything
that drug stores sell, you can make
NOTED BALTIMORE SPECIALIST assurance of securing right quality '

SAYS NOT CURE YET FOR FOUND SCOURGE and to right our service store. doubly sure' by coming MONTGOMERY MOTION PICTURE Co's

Begintrading here with the intention

Washington, Jan. S.-Dr. Howard of remaining a customer only so

Kelly, the Baltimore physician, Tues- long as youIDrtigReceive Grand Theatre

day described to a group of women : courteous treatment;
physicians the of the experi-
progress reliable goods
;
ments he has been making with radium you,want,and 5 Cents MATINEE 3:30 10 Cents
as a potential cure for cancer. are atisfied with prices.
Dr. Kelly refused to discuss in a Vitagraphs Great Two Part Feature by James Oliver Curwood
personal manner the results that he I This Is a fair proposition. If you are

has accomplished in his attempts to gist not acquainted with about us, ask your "The Mystery of the Silver Skull"
neighbor or physician us.
cure Representative Bremmer of New
Jersey, but he showed a number of Featuring Maurice.Costello and Mary Charleson

slides indicating the manner in whichhe p A truly wonder and splendid picture of love, mystery, intrigue and a brilliant finale -
had spliced the shoulder of the affected DeLANEY DRUG CO. A of heartfelt
e picture deep interest to all which you will remember as one
congressman and just how the of the very best pictures you have seen.
$100,000 worth of radium was placedon ORLANDO, FLA.

the growth."I Miss Helen Fredwin..In Her Best
desire to state most emphatically .MillliilMillMHtHiMlllltiitlMtllllllllltllllMIMMIIIII Songs
that I do not believe that radium till
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eradicate this human scourge," he till iMtMtHtHMIMMItltttMtM
said. "It should be understood thatno

wonderful one who is chemical familiar force with this believes most Coming Monday-Hodges Brothers and Ross

ORLANDO O [ HOUSE O [
OPERA
it will such result
that accomplish a ; the and
at least in the near future. Positively now appearing greatest anywhere singing in the comedy South. trio on any stage. The highest pricedone

"I feel satisfied,however, that while I

treatment it will not of displace cancer it surgery will be in an the excellent One Week Commencing SEE THEM MONDAY---YOU WILL WANT TO SEE THEM EVERY DAY '


cases I helpmate believe that for radium surgery.may In suffice some Monday Jan. 12th | |

to bring about cures. In other casesI COMING TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY- Romance at Orlando, Florida -
believe that surgery may be found The Picture you are all awaiting and are all interested in. This picture sur-

the best method, and in some other ---4 rounded by an exceptionally fine program---different both days---and backed up by

cases I believe that the two may be THE HODGES
BROTHERS AND ROSSFor

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til the causes that were responsiblefor

its existence are removed. He a repertoire of late New Y orkSuccesses.: Economy and pur-
,said that the disease is now carried
Norman,Mary and"Happy Jack" are with it. chase
by at least 75,000 people in this coun- WRIGHT power of your money -
and that it is REALTY & SEED CO
try rapidly gaining io
ground. FOR REAL ESTATE "Try Wrights Farm

"The disease is not found in any MATINEES, WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY Thats Our Business and Garden Seeds. in

particular class," he said. "It will be Orlando, Florida
found among the poor and the rich, Opening Play bulk. "Motto" Quantityand
the good and the bad. It may be
traced to filth in many cases. Cancerof "The Village Parson" I Quality.Fresh .

the tongue is caused frequently by Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice, 40 cents 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butter, 40

pipes and in other cases is the resultof cents; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 cents

one diseases.of the"most dreadful of the social : POPULAR PRICEStHIIilllMIIIIMMIMIIIIIIIIIIIMMf dozen; Butter :Milk, 10 cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, (selects) 50 cents quart, 30

cents pint.

CHANCE FOR ORLANDO WOMANTO t Individual Package to lbs Ass't Fruits, "That Xmas Present" delivered by Express,

WIN HUNDRED DOLLARS GOOD SHOWING MADE BYMISSIONARY Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel. I (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door $1.35 cash with order.

SOCIETYThe =
The Sentinel has received from
"The Dixie Club of New York," Mrs. I
Societyof FIRE INSURANCE
Henry Pearson president, the following Woman's Missionary
the Methodist church met with
offer: afternoon;'twen-. ,
Mrs. Curtis Monday
The Dixie Club is a club composedof
Southern women living in New ty-five being present. The reports
York, and it has for its object the read were exceedingly good, 1,807.22 C'IT EYto Success.
preservation of the traditions of the having been raised during the year. :
South, its hospitality, its music, art The ladies are doing splendid work, CoOINTRXREALESTAIE
and literature, -t\. i<: especially the charity work. This JANSEN
In order to foster literature in the branch of the work is one of the most RI, ,
South, and to help it to find expres- important of the society, and much Buy It BecauseIt's i IMPROVED ANCL NOTARY
sion, the Dixie Club offers a premiumof good is being done in many ways.The .
UmnPRovEtORLANDO
$100 for the best essay on "The societies are making a good be a Better Car uet.tc
ginning for the new year. Nearly FLORIDA. .
Woman of the New South, written Model T
meeting brings in new mem-
every
by a Southern woman. C1
Touring Car
The following conditions will con- bers. J
trol the competition: During the past year three of our f.o.b. Orlando Office in Rock Building N.ORANGE AVE. Opposite San Juan Hotel.Oo1aalla

The essay must be 3,000 words long, honorary members, Mrs. C. J. Miller, 't Get particulars fromF.
.Mrs. C. B. Warfield and Mrs. M. A.
but must not exceed this length. It G. RUSH, ilMIMtllllMMMMIMilMIIIMIMMMIMMMtttm*
must be typewritten, and be writtenon Davis, have passed away. Phone 226
one side of the paper only.A The ladies are planning much work
fictitious name must be signed to for the new year.
REPORTER. ServiceHas
the essay, with the writer's real name Nllrsery

in a sealed envelope accompanying r .
WILLING TO HELP
it.
No essay will be returned unless .
At a recent banquet reference was
enclosed
stamps for the purpose are 1I
with it.The i made to the helping hand, which re. always been accepted in Orange{ County as the
: called to Gov. Frank M. Byrne of
winning essay will become the best to be obtained. No one has ever complainedand
South Dakota an incident that hap-
of the Dixie Club.
property
The judges will be three eminent' pened in a Western town, says the no oneever will, because our trees are the best

literary men and women of New York Philadelphia Telegraph.One and cheapest (in the end) possible to procure.
selected by the committee having the morning a rather commanding
competition in charge. looking woman entered a newspaper \Vho ever heard of one untrue to name or who

The competition closes on the first office and asked to see the editor. ever heard of an ignored claim?
.
day of March, 1914, and the readingof The editor was promptly produced."In
the winning essay will be made the your paper.this morning," said 111111111111111,1111111111.111111111..11..111.11'1THE \Ve offer you first choice irom the largest stockin
the in a cold, hard voice, "yousay
woman
feature of the annual breakfast at
the world for this season's and
Jones is bribe taker, planting your suc-
that Mr. a
Delmonico's of the Dixie Club in May.
All contributions must be addressedto a swindler, a mud slinger and a I MARKETOf cess with our stock is already assured when your

Dixie Literary Contest, 440 Riverside crook." I grove is planted. Free advice as to stock and per-
"It is a matter of politics, madam," J
Drive New York
City. sonal of land when
"I Of inspection your requested on any
Committee: Mrs. G. 0. Gilmer, said the editor, apologetically. am Cleanliness QualityFRESH
Mrs. A. M. Anderson, Mrs. 0. D. very sorry that we were compelled to planting of{ 300 trees or mdre. Suitable discounts
make statements of that kind on your j I of In fact the best
Batchelor.A AND SALT MEATS a to planters large acreage. very
account, for I take it that you are a I
I of everything and 0. W. Conner behind it all.
relative. AND GAME
1 FISH
PLEA FOR TIlE TREE i
"I am his wife's mother," answered: i
the visitor, "and I want to say that. Kept, under the best, sanitary conditions. 1
Hartford, Conn., Jan. 5, 1914.
haven't told more than half of
Editor Sentinel:-When the Senti- you the truth. The next time you wantto I Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh ADDRESS
nel was left by the postman this

read morning ticed,it.was as The that usual first my, I thing left subscription my that work I had no-to j would publish send his.a reporter biography to see I wish me."you X We invite and pure.inspection and guarantee Line. satisfaction. We have ; O OCKLAAHA J\ J\JN NURSERIES[ [

run out. Enclosed please find check Late grapefruit for April to July everything in the Meat
market assured the planter of Bo-
for 1914 subscription. '

Orlando is certainly a gem of a went Seedless, Florida varieties.Standard Sold and reasonable Marsh \ The PARLOR MARKET ;I Dept. 23, Tangerine Fla.MIMHMMIiimMHitliliMliHtl .
city. One reason is its setting of fine
prices for Al stock at Ocklawaha
trees. Please speak a good word for '
Nurseries, Tangerine, Fla. Write for
the taking care of them in the Sen-

tinel. Don't let one go to waste, and catalog. H. M. Self & Co. Thieves are now busy in St. Peters- I wearing apparel and a pair of shoes

the thinking people will thank you for burg. A few nights ago two resi- belonging to Mr. Ames was carriedoff.
it. I hope to enjoy at least two Offers to W.Orlando T. ENTRICAN the newest and best PINE STREETPhone ; dences were entered. In the second No dues have been found.

months of Orlando's fine climate this of workmanship in the painting and i No. 80 story apartments of Albert W. Roe
winter. Sincerely, decorating trade. Phone 636. : $22L40 in cash and two gold watches Delivered at four home every
LENA B. GARVIN. 12-21-lm : .. were stolen. The home of C. M. Ames morning before breakfast, the Daily
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ESTATE AT JOHNSON IN Orlando, Florida.Condition ::.
THIS STATE I.
at the close of business December 31, 1913 I I ::.! your room or house
New York, Jan. 8.-Walter S. Gib. !
son, assistant chief of the Passaicfire : RESOURCESLoans i I.: cleaned without dust or trouble

department, returned to the firehouse and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $103,080.10 !:.
Tuesday from the funeral of his : Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 362.37 II of moving furniture ,
aunt, Mrs. Annie Gibson, in Newton- : Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26,018.33 ::
yule, Mass., with the announcementthat : Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . . . . . . 200,9 6.57 ::
she had left him her state esti- Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures . . . 25,974.87 I.
mated at $80,000. Gibson said he The Pierce Electric Co. send an Ex-

would stick to ]his job, which pays $656,382.24

$1,500 a year. LIABILITIES perienced man.

Most of the estate is at Johnson, Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000.00 : .
Fla.here Mrs. Gibson lived. The
Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 35,214.86. I
fireman's two young children, Beatrice Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 521,167.38 : : SEE THEM FOR TERMS
and Francis, were remembered in the
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656382.21

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RULING OF COMMISSIONERSON REGISTRATION Deposits on Dec. 31, 1912 . ." . . . . . . . . $489,971.68 ...,

Editor Sentinel-Being interested ., Deposits on Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . . . . . . $521,167.38 I : le PIE[ [ [ELECT l[ T I L ''J In It


I i of to Increase . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . 31,195.70 : .
in the matter compensator dep- .
uty supervisors of registration, I take e The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust : ; CHURCH STREET
this opportunity of expressing my Company desire to call the, attention of its depositors and ,:
i views, as to the action thereon by the friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement. : 1111111111111111111111111.,111,1,11111111111...
board of county commissioners at The management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects
their meeting held Tuesday, January6th ': t the conservative, sane and progressive methods employed in j
last-that of fixing the compen- ,. this financial institution. Strength begets confidence and .t.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII..IIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIII'

sation of each deputy at $10, with an I strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in healthful :
additional fee of 10 cents for each statements to its patrons. : ", : .

name registered.The M. M. SMITH, PresidentW. '. '"1 I II
election law says the registration I M Sacrifice rrice
book in each precinct shall be .. M. DAVIS, Vice-President C. E. NOLAN, Cashier : :, a

open for the purpose of registrationon .' I
each week day from 9 a. m. to 12 ::: IIMIII IIIII : *************** IMIMMIIIiliiMlitlHIMMMMMMMMK : .

m., and from 2 p. m. to 5 p. m., and I II
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one night each week until 10 p. m.,
from the first Monday in January, " WMIIIMMIIIIilliiilllHIMilMttltttMilMttitlllMtMMtMMHilliill. M
.. 1914, to the first Monday in March, e
1914. Several choice lots for immediate sale. Located just

This section does not say "they maybe one lot off Magnolia avenue on Concord avenue. Im
opened," but that "they shall be
open,' 'thereby most emphatically requiring W. M. SLEMONS proved with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest

the deputies of registrationto locations in Orlando.
devote of their time for this pur- .
pose 294 hours for the week day ser .

vice and 7 evenings for the night serI I The Price is Right
I
vice. compensation provided by New Goods Arriving Daily

the county board of commissioners, as

above stated, would not pay the depu- .
ty's board in small precincts.The .
.
.
last clause of section 14, para- .
graph 13, page 52 of the laws govern- i,
1 R
ll t m Co.Phone
ing general elections and primary 1
elections in the state of Florida reads, :. We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co' U"1 I

"The district registration officers authorized .. made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
and required by the provis- 501 WatKins Block
ions of this act shall be compensatedby : Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.

the county as now provided by : Pants and. Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co. '
chapter 5614 of the laws of Florida, ; ,.... HIM .'miilM
acts of 1907." Agajn, in section 13 of & Co. Best place in the city to trade. i :

the same law, it says, "The supervisorof II
registration of each county shall ,
appoint, subject to removal by him at

any time, as many deputy supervisorsof The Altamonte
I
registration as he may deem neces- W. M. SLEMONS

sary or advisable, whose compensa-
.
tion shall be paid by him. Deputy ALTAMONTE SPRINGS: FLORIDA.A .
ORANGE AVENUE
supervisors of registration shall have : beautiful 9 mile auto ride from Orlandoor A. C.L. '
all the powers of the supervisors of R.R.) Come out and get the best dinner served In interior
registration, and their acts shall be in i'I- _ - - : : : : : : : : " ,." , , . . 404! 1.4MlNNIf10- .-.-.- Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the .

all respects as effective as the acts of most beautiful and healthful location In Florida, on
such supervisor himself. The'district Ocklawaha Nurseries, home of Flor- .... high ridge between two lovely lakes, 40 acres In par s.
registration officers authorized and ida's best fruit trees, easily reached Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc.
required by the provisions of this act from all parts of Orange, Lake, Semi. Electrically Hotel has 500 feet broad piazza. All modeen improve-
shall be compensated by the county as nole, Osceola and Volusia counties by T Equipped! ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests.
now provided by chapter 5614 of the auto over hard surfaced roads, most /a TN ,t Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet.

taws of Florida, acts of 1907." convenient.for all planters and most
If chapter 5614 above referred to reliable in Florida. Ocklawaha Nur-
gives the county commissioners full series, Tangerine, Fla. Write for cat- .Cal GEO. E. BATES & SON, ProprietorsSummer

power to establish the compensationfor alog. ( Resort"The Grand "
Mount Vernon, N. H.
the work of deputy supervisors of \
registration and the compensation as Clean sweep sale Overcoats, Suits, 0 tMHIMIIIMillliiiimillHIUfr HIMIIIIIIBMHNEW :

above stated is (after due consideration Sweaters, Woolen Underwear. Brown
by the commissioners) duly established & Lartigue. l-6-6t !

then it seems to me there is Two.Sixty Standard ModelThe SHEET MUSIC
greatest motorcycle raloimr
something lacking in their estimationas W. T. EXTRICAN, achieved. 7 H.P. Twin
equipped with Electric Head Luht.Electric Tail Light Electric:Sin."
to what a person's time is worth to Two Sets Storage Batteries and Corbm-Browo Rear-Drive Speedometer.
do this work according to the require- Painter and interior decorator. New Price$260.00. See Catalog for detailed description.Sndian m We have just received from New York, over
ideas and old ones, too. Fhone 636.
ments of the election laws. For pre- Expert workmen employed.
cinct 15 there are possibly 75 electors 12-21-lm MOTOCYCLES 300 pieces ofgthejvery latest "Broadway
who are qualified to register. If this '
full number were registered the FOR SALEThirtfiye
compensation, according to the above FOR 1914 hitsTangos Waltzes Two Steps Rags and '
acres, fronting on Lake
citation, would amount to $17.50, or Conway, 25 acres of fruit land, and 60,000 brand new red machines will go out over the Indian all the late
less than 6 cents per hour, not half ten acres of garden land, one hun- trails during the coming year-the greatest motorcycle produc popular songs.
the price of a negro's work. Many dred bearing orange trees, small tion in the history of the industry.
of the precincts are smaller than No house and barn. Price $2,500. Iffyou].wish to know what is really the
Twenty-eight acres, twelve acres They will flash forth fully armed with ".Thirty-Eight Betterments
15. It seems to me if the commissioners -
in four hundred bearing trees,
grove for 19141" Armed with powerful and beautiful Electrical
had the full power to establishthe and two hundred young budded grape- in music "The ::
compensation and to do equal jus- fruit, eight hundred boxes of fruit Equipment! Armed with a New Standard of Value which must rage on Great White Way. '
now on trees. Price $3,200. completely overturn all existing ideas of motorcycle worth.
tice to all, the compensation by the
Eighty acres, twenty-five acres All standard Indian Come in and see this lot.
models for 1914 come equipped with electric
hour would be more just and satisfac- cleared and fenced, house and out-
tory. I for one must decline to work buildings. Price $1,500. head light, electric tail light, two sets high amperage storage bat.
for the time required by the law for Twenty acres on lake front, well teries, electric signal, Corbin Brown rear-drive speedometer.
W. S.
less than 6 cents per hour, or $11.50for located, three hundred bearing orange You cannot fully realize the 1914 Indian without thorough study of the 1914 BRANCH,
trees. Price $2,200. Indian Catalog. It makes plain a host of compelling Indian facts that all motor y
the two months. .. Twenty acres good fruit land on cycle-interested men can consider to their real profit. Send for the 1914 Indian
-Very- respectfully- yours, lake front, two acres bearing orange Catalog-the most interesting volume of motorcycle literature you're ever read. The Arcade Book and Music Store .
II. C. HAMMOND.Taft prove, good six room house. Price
$1,000. The 1914 line of Indian Motocydes consists of:

Fla.Ocklawaha. Twenty-five acres bearing orange 4 H.P.Single Service Model:...........................J200.00 If you want to sell anything, re- WE FIT GLASSES
GRIND
grove located on lake front within the 7 H.P. Twin Two-Twenty-Five, Regular Model......... 225.00 the LENSES
Nurseries, home of: city limits. Ideal location for subdi- 7 H.P. Twin Two-Sixty, Standard Model................. 260.00 member Sentinel want columns. AND DO ALL KINDS OF
Florida's best fruit trees, easily vision. Price $10,500.J. 7 H.P. Twin Light Roadster Model...................... 260.00 Everybody reads it. OPTICAL REPAIRING
E. CRAWFORDOffice 7 H.P. Twin Two Speed, Regular Model................. 275.00
reached from all parts of Orange, 7 H.P. Twin Two Speed, Tourist Standard Model....... 300.00 ,!:
Lake, Seminole, Osceola and Volusia 117 over S. Orange Blue Drug Avenue Store 7 H.P. Twin Hendee Special Model (with Electric Starter) 325.00

counties by auto over hard surfaced Phone 404Automobile Price F.O.B. Factory j| WM. HARPER k
reads, most convenient for all planters DRS.lJOSEPHINE

and most reliable in Florida. .; +HlliMliliMIHMMHI C. R.Hilpert, Agent. Orlando, Fla. ( HARPEROSTEOPATHS
Ocklawaha Nurseries, Tangerine, Fla. |

Write for catalog. i ; For Hire j Oldest;Established Orlando Practice In DR. L H. RAMSDELL

s : I New Five Passenger J Ji 19 W. Church Street, Up-Stairs OPTOMETRIST
W. T. ENTRICAN, Lot Job inMng Coniu tation and Examination (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins)
Makes a specialty of painting, papering I i PHONE 419 ; : US urn on your Free Ii.1
,
refinishing floors, furniture etc. ORLANDO, FLORIDAJ'Ll
Phone 636. 1221.1m 4HIIMIttlimiHIIMIM. .
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DAILY CHALLENGE ACCEPTED tlltliltMIMiMMIIIIItHlilllMIIIMMIHMIIIIttt
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South Florida SentinelMORNING SIDELIGHTS .
The editor of the Gainesville Sun : A. Y. FULLER R. L FOX :1:

AND WEEKLY is of the opinion that the man who : Biggest Bargain in
(By W. S. Branch)
JOSIAH FERRIS. Editor and Owntr. extols the "good old times" at the expense .
THE PALMS AUTO CO OrlandoGood
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando. FlorIda of the present is a victim of ill :
at Second Class Mail Matter. An Old Farmer's Opinion .
health. Editor
McCreary is an old- :

TO ADVERTISERS: Agitation over the best way to park timer, and he ought to know. He de- : REO MOTOR CARS :. seven! room house, newly

Copy for display and all other hand-set the cars on Orange avenue continuesto nies that there is any such thing as : .

dire advertising of the must Sentinel be handed not later in at than the business 2 p. m. be a topic for discussion. An old "the good old times." The times were For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a decorated; fine shade trees and

the day before pubs eation. This rule applies gentleman who was raised on a farm not good in the old days, he says; onthe : tropical shrubbery; lot 65 feet
U changes for contract advertising; it is and knows all about how to "haw" full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good forceof
invariable and will be strictly adhered to. contrary, they were decidedly bad. : front and 300 feet deep; about
and "gee" and back out of tight We are quite willing for the Gainesville : competent repair men. All our work is absolutely

SUBSCRIPTION RATES: places, says the right way is to set editor to have it his The 10 citrus trees; chicken and tool

One Year ....................$5.00 the cars in on angle as suggested by way. guaranteed.
present is the best time of : house.
Six Months ... .. .. .. ... .... ... 2.50 Mr. Johnson, but have them back in any; the Seven blocks from post-
past is dead, and the future hasn't
Three Months ... ..... .. .. .. .. 1.25 to the curb so they will be ready togo arrived.-Orlando Sentinel. : office. Actual value $2,500.

.
In Adrance. out straight and see what is aheadof Although Editor McCreary is by no Owner is.a non-resident and has

SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, '1914. them, instead of backing out witha means a "spring chicken" he disclaims : THE PALMS AUTO CO j authorized us to sell for $1,850.

- -- -- greater probability of colliding with "
being an "old-timer. He neither : .
The Sebring News is a new paper,
another The "Old Farmer's"opinion
car. looks or feels older than Editor
Joe : FULLER & FOX
Proprietors. :
having just issued its second number.It
is worth considering. The Hugh Reese, and will .
wage a year'st $ Atha
is "devoted to the interests of Se- Cooper
car has got to back in either even subscription to the Daily Sun that he :
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and the lake of
bring high region
and it might be safer to back in andso can outrun,the latter in a foot race.t t!
south Florida.
-
prevent accidents on starting. Gainesville Sun. 114 SOUTH ORANGE AVE.
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The nerve of Meet
some people
Rube Goldberg, the cartoonist who Orlando
Watching the Treasury us at the Orange county fair in February Florida
the "I'm the series
originated Guy" ,
Economy is a good thing but
,
we and we'll run that race; what's
has been Atlanta for.
making happy
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hope the government will not econo more, we'll win in a walk.
the few with his chalk talks
past days mize by erecting fewer build
public 0-
auto Owners
and special articles. I ; : to
ings.-Times-nioD.
I ANNUAL BALL OF U. D. C. TO BEt

o "So say we all of us," who have no HELD JANUARY 20 :
The Gainesville Sun favors
com- yet got our public buildings. The .

mission government for Gainesville. congressional economists are doubt An made in the date R. L. HOLLANDwill
error of
was
If the Sun will the :
begin agitationand !
keep it going Gainesville will less the with fellows federal who are already provided the Daughters of the Confederacy I Supreffle uto O OI Dli
and
buildings they ball as announced in the Sentinel of :
have commission government.o going to make records recover old Auto or Buggy
o are as "watch yesterday. The dance is an annual : your

sheriff who has been in chargeof dogs of the treasury.* "* of event Robert and is E.usually Lee's birthday held the, January evening :- Tops Make your Back and Cushion I The oil that has

Harry Thaw at Concord, N. IL, .
testifies that Harry is a pleasant I Ministers Xot Eligible 19, but because that date falls on Slip Covers and Auto Top dust stood the supreme

companion, and he doesn't consider What is the matter with the Monday this year the chapter decided : ,

him harmful. Some difference in this preachers? A Florida preacher gave to give the dance Tuesday evening, : covers. New top or cushion work for test

up his ministerial work to go into the January 20. The proceeds will be -
point of view and that held by Je
rome. real estae business, and a Maryland given to the Soldiers' Home at Jacksonville : carriages and buggies at reasonable -=- THATGood

preacher gave up his work to go to { and a large attendance is :

o the legislature. It looks still worse desired. prices. All work and material
The thermometer went to twenty- guar-
for the political minister when we recall

Wednesday.seven in the Thirty-eight Tallahassee was district the that only a few days since a lay ORLANDO BANK & TRUST CO. anteed by T. M. Coppedge, TrimmerAT Gulf Gasoline

man who had been in congress refused MAKES GOOD SHOWINGs
coldest of the week at Orlando. A I
to run again because in his
difference of eleven degrees is worth
opinion, no honest man could retaihis Attention is directed to the state -
considering or shivering, take
your
choice.A honesty and retain his seat in con ment of the Orlando Bank and Trust



commonly certain known animal all u of which these has years been bya evidently gress.preachers The did around law not makers intend their of to legislaturewhen Maryland have- any this company issue shows, which of the an appears increase Sentinel.elsewhere in The deposits statement in- R1 L HOLLAND l CARRIAGE[ S SHOP P. G. WALTON, Agt.


they are in session, for there is during the year just closed of $31- ,
shorter and
uglier name has been
a law in that state that says, "No 195.70, and deposits of more than halfa PHONES 450-269
vindicated
scientifically as the farm-
minister or preacher of the Gospel million. In the words of the offi-
er's best
friend" and officially designated shall be eligible as senator." cials of the bank, the statement shows .AAA. .t-------------------------------------- . . ..--t-I..E.... . . . . . . . . . ...
as amephitine musteloid of
*
the conservative, sane and progressive
stout form and bushy tail. Wke are
People Are Responsible : methods employed in this institution. I
relieved that the matter's thus right- .
The Chicago Retail Grocers' asso-
fully settled.
ciation held an all day session and MISS MAGGIE HART'S DELIGHTFUL -

o after due deliberation decided that I BRIDGE PARTYAn
Pensacola has been selected as the
the people are responsible for the I
chief aeronautical station for the
high cost of living, because they eat informal but very jolly one-
United States
navy. The best of outfits -I
I and drink and wear so much that is table bridge party was given yesterday -
will be planted there, and Pensa- .
good. Sure. But what is desired is by Miss Margaret: Hart, her
cola will gain by the presence of the
to know how to cheapen the price of guests being Mrs. T. A. Neal, of San-
men detailed to have charge and by
common necessities so that common ford, Mrs. Walter Brittain and Mrs. ,
the importance attaching to the post.
folks can afford to have good thingsto W. L. Palmer. .
It wouldn't surprise us to see Pensa-
eat. They used to say of the Rus- The hostess was assisted by her

cola r go Democraitc next time. sian emigrants in South Dakota that I mother, Mrs. C. E. Hart, in serving I I Gifts Me I

0 they sold all of the farm productsthat dainty refreshments.BOX ewer watts Appreciated
The Wauchula Advocate says that J J
were marketable, and fed the
federal appointments such as fourth-
pigs all that they could not sell and SOCIAL TO BE GIVEN NEXT
class postmasters are going beggingin
then ate what the pigs could not eat. TUESDAYThe
that bailiwick, and it is not unlikely -
If everybody in the country lived like
that the Republicans will .holdthem
that it would soon cheapen the cost of ladies of the Highland Ladies' We a complete stock and can .
for the Democrats are too busy carry
living, but that is. not the sort of a Aid Society will give another of their
doing things worth while. It
may remedy that the people are demand- famous box socials, at the home of '
all Come in and look
suit tastes.
be interjected, a la Hashimura Togo, us over.
ing. Mrs. Conoley on Colonial Drive, next
that Wauchula is in this respect a
*
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Tuesday evening, January 13. Wafers

remarkable precinct.o A SuggestionWe and cocoa will be served.ROSALIND .

o- might have a five day bicyclerace
Tampa Tribune remarks that ,
on that new walk around Lake NOTICE
the laudation given Richmond P. Hob- Eola
when it is finished.
son made a cheap politician of a good * The
regular monthly business meet-
naval officer. The Tribune's opinion
Mayor Sperry's Ink Well ing of the Rosalind club will be heldon
will be endorsed by Mr. Hob.
many. Mayor Sperry takes just pride in a Monday afternoon at three-thirty.
son might have been of greater service -
handsome bronze ink well which one ELOISE ROBINSON, Sec'y.
his if he had
to country remained -
of his Connecticut friends sent. him M0-2t
in the navy. If he should suc-
for a Christmas present. He has it
ceed in Oscar Underwoodfor
defeating
the senate he will have done his in his new office desk and will prob- The steamer Lenape arrived in
ably need to watch it closely or Com-
country a positive harm. The shoe- missioner Robertson will have it. Jacksonville Monday mornig with after a T.H.Evans the Jeweler

maker should stick to his last. very sengers stormy aboard.passage, 272 pas- ,

o ANOTHER DELIVERY WAGON
The Osceola Journal has installed .
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FOR
CARUTHERS & GORE OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
an intertype machine and has pur- tllMMMtlMIIMMtltllt

chased a new. press and is giving oth- Caruthers & Gore have such increase
an
er signs of prosperity. Claud F. of business 'since the tourist LL fL R L C EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

Johnson has taken charge of the Jour- I
season opened that they have added
nal, succeeding J. M. Taylor as editor
another wagon to their delivery ser CUT FLOWERS
and manager. Mr. Johnson is a thor 9 -
vice. They believe in
}:yatronizin
OUR SPECIALTYPhone
oughly capable newspaper man, is home industry and made the
purchaseof ::
full of energy, pluck and ideas, and Mr. Holland. 2516( TAMPA, FLA. -

will make the Journal a creditable UMIMIHHttlllllMMINew

_ _ _
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u
doesn't
paper. Mr. Taylor announce I BIG

his future plans, but whatever he I

does: the Sentinel wishes him abund- .'

ant success. o Studebakers' are Here O\N O1T


Dr. Shosu Sato, director of the college Four Cylinder, Five Passenger TouringCar

of agriculture of the Tohuku Imperial $1,115.Four'Cylinder.

university at Sapporo, Japan, Landau-Roadster, 1265.. Extra! Extr a1 Extra!

is on a lecture tour in the United

States. In an interview given out in Six Cylinder, Six Passenger Touring Car, Friday and Saturday Only

New York the doctor says that the 1 1640.


will United colonize States in need this not country fear the to Japs any Pricesf.o.b. Orlando.MAIL All Silk and Cotton Ratines at COSTHERE

extent; that the government of Japan Cars fully equipped with Electric Lights and

makes it almost impossible for an starter.--and every uptoday'equipment.. Come
ARE A FEW QUOTATIONS:
to obtain passport if he around and them.
emigrant a see '
, Regular Price Sale Price Special Price
has intentions of remaining in the
$1.50 Values . . . . . . . . . . . $1.19 96c.
United States. The Japanese
govern- $1.25 Values . . . . . . . . . . . 98c. 85c.

ment is doing emigration all in eastward its power, partic-to en- San Juan Garage Co. $1.00 Values . . . . . . . . . . . 85c. 72c. e

courage 90c. Values . . . . . . . . . . . 73c. 57c
to Manchuria, Korea and the
ularly 75c. Values . . . . . . . . . . . 59c. 43c.
islands of the All
more sparsely settled Night Service Others in proportion

Japanese archipelago. This is by way }
Yours for increased business,
of confirming the attitude taken by

the Sentinel some time ago when the AJAX) TIRES guaranteed] 5000 miles, Five 1 k

cry of yellow peril was raised by certain per cent off for cash. ..A.EIO: E. :IvES

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COR ELY'S VIOLIN SOLOSAT dDOti >0IXHBX1 D( >ODOti K>ODOtit H>0 You'll Get What You Want and Like
lion. W. R. O'Neal left yesterdayfor ;
[ Tampa to attend the dedication THE GRANDAn FAVORITE THEATRE !i
What You Get.
exercises of
Pythian hall, which
THE TUNER were especially pleasing feature of I B. E MillER Manager 0
held last night.
ORLANDO, FLA. last evening's performance at the I i
j Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Jones: of Coats, Grand were the violin solos by Mr. f Matinee P. M. Night 6:30

Kas., are among the newcomers in Comely, director of the orchestra.Mr. i I ADMISSION 5 CENTS
,Orlando and will probably spend the Comely is a skilled musician, and DOtit |i

Miss Elizabeth Martin, of Hines- remainder of the season. his interpretations of "Cavitina" and .Four ODOtitiDODQ1iDODQ Big Reels-Special> OD Feature O!. : T y II-DI tw
ville, Ga., is in Orlando on a visit to Prices on Manhattan Shirts are cut Nevin's "Rosary" were both beautiful. "Dick Whittington's Cat" w l't
her cousin, Mrs. Samuel Belch.
twice
only a year. The first sale for These numbers were given by requestand The Favorite management announce IOrlando's

Ladies' hair dressing, massage, this year is now on at Scruggs* & so delighted the audience that the that they have secured at great ex-
shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber Dickson. l-7-6t violinist was forced to respond to an
pense a magnificent three-reel fea- Store
Largest!
Shop. 1-2-tf W. R. Harney, of Jacksonville, encore. ture, "Dick Whittington's Cat." The
Miss Ella Cargilf has accepted a spent several days in Orlando the adaptation emphasizes all that is

Tositon as saleslady at the M. B. Ives first of the week. He is a member of LIVING PICTURESAt poetic, dainty and picturesque in the "Quality Did It"MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM

store. the firm of Chase & Co. old English legend. The elaborate I

$17.50 will buy a $25 Hart, Schaff. Mr. J. W. Scanland arrived last the Lucerne theater on February3rd settings and spectacular scenes are i

ner & Marx Suit at Scrugg & Dick- night from Carrollton, Ohio, and will under the management of Miss authoritative in every detail. The i

son. 1.7-6t spend the winter with his sister, :Mrs. Antoinette Slemons and Mr. W. S. spectacular and sensational climax of

M. Keyes, 716 West Central avenue. Branch, Jr., with Mrs. James Laugh- the burning boat and struggling crew
P. M. Drake, of Bethany, 0., is in
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element of thrill.
adds A
the Miss Helen Usner down from an genuine
the city to spend the remainder of came
Stetson DeLand last 1-11-tf vessel the type of the "Half Moon"
winter. college, night to
spend the week-end with her parents, was totally wrecked and destroyed by to Loan
Mr. and Mrs. John Lerch have arrived Mr. and Mrs. B. Drew, on Lake Eola. Mr. J. F. Watkins has returned fire in the open sea, costing $1,200.
from Franklin, 0., and are located from a delightful visit to Havana. "Two Daughters of Eve"
Mr. V. H. Andrew, of Cedar Key,
at the Arcade.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Carmichael and (Biograph)
is the guests at the San Juan.
will Hart Schaff. among Miss Carmichael are visitors in Orlando A powerful drama of heart interest.
$14.75 buy a $20 ,
Mr. E. H. }Bragg, of Birmingham,
ier & Marx Suit at Scruggs & Dick-I is in Orlando, registered at the San from Georgia. Loans in sums of$500 to $3000 :

l-7-6t Mr. B. Jr., has returned to
son. Beacham Clean sale of Stetson Hats l-
Juan. sweep IMPROVED INSIDE fora
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the University of Virginia to resume on property
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. O'Neal and I Col. and Mrs. 0. R. Cooke were and No Name Hats. Brown & Lartigue
daughter, Miss Josie, have arrived I among Orlando's prominent winter his law course, after spending the hol- 1.6-6t I term of FIVE Principal
idays with his parents in this city. years. ;
from Belpre, Ohio, on a visit to their residents arriving last night froirj,
Take repairing to Warman on
son, Orlando's distinguished citizen, Pittsburg. They were accompaniedby Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Coleman, of Court street.your 12-5-tf and interest payable in monthly
guests at the home of
lion. W. R. O'Neal Mrs. Eleanor Drake and :Mrs.Cooke's Chicago are
their brother, Mr. W. S. Coleman, instalments.
Eat what you want. brother, :Mr. James McClos- of the Orlando schools.Mr. Do you expect the earth to be destroyed -
Eat all you .want. key. They are occupying their pretty principal by fire? Hear McGee prove
Take a postscript and forget it. and Mrs. E. Simmons, of Mus- -
home, "Rose Villa, on East South that it isn't. Sunday at theater. 10-2t I
For sale by all druggists.17dw.lyr street. kegon, :Mich., are visiting Mr. and s.JV A.

Mrs. C. D. Chadwick. They will make
FOR RENT-A 4-room house in Con-
trips to other points, making Orlando I cord Park. Apply at corner iiimiimiiiMKih
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their base during the winter. lia and Putnam streets. A. D.Ame-I- -
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Rev. Preston Boyd left yesterdayfor man.

P. YOWELL Bradentown, where he will take FOR RE Furnished rooms for I

up the pastorate of the Baptist churchof light housekeeping; all conven\

Will be in Old Stand until Saturday night. Every Wool that place. Mr. Boyd was accom- iences. Also large single room. 2171
panied by :Mrs. Boyd and :Mrs. L. W. Robinson Ave., East. - .
Coat and Suit will be sold at just half price, while they Cook. -'*'.' I I Patrons

last. They are beautiful and good styles.N. I Mr. Thomas Crook and family arrived LUTHER THE FLORIST

I last night from Hamilton, Can ', Cut Flowers 11140 Of The Sanitary Grocery were greeted with a Great !
P. YOWELL.MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM : ada, and are again occupying their
: pretty home on East Central avenue. ROSES, VIOLETS, White Way when they entered that place of business ;

: Mr. Crook had purchased a handsome CARNATIONS, PANSIES, yesterday, Messrs. Caruthers & Gore issued an order
"Hudson" from the
; six-cylinder car
San Juan Garage, which met the fam- POTTED PLANTS that went into effect with the New Year, that all clerksin

Mr. C. B. Falor, of Massillon, 0., is :Mr. G. R. Bond, of Atlanta, Ga., ily upon the arrival of the train. their employ must wear white uniforms.

among the late arrivals at the San left Monday for Orlando, after spend- "Whispering Bill' Speir, the well
,Juan. ing a few days in Wauchula visitinghis : .
be
registration officers to present at COAL CHARCOAL I
Mr. and Mrs. Rose arrived in Orlando family and other relatives and known Orlando nurser'man"as in
last and at friends.-Wauchula Advocate.The \: :
night are guests town yesterday delivering nursery WOOD
4 Eola Cottage.As poinsettias in the yard of Dr. stock and taking orders. Bill may I

an advertising medium the Sun and Mrs. E. Lartigue, Union and Fac- make a noise like a steam calliope, Veneer Cores I

day edition of a newspaper has no tory streets, are among the prettiest but he sells trees to beat the band.- Seasoned Heart Pine .. THE SANITARY GROCERY !
in Florida. The bushes have grownto Wauchula Advocate. Oak Wood :
equal. "A word to the wise, etc. I

Capt. James Cesrone, of Pittsburg,I a height seldom noted as to this When you order your meats don't All sizes and lengths : CARUTHERS & GORE
member of the flower family.-
a prominent politician of that city, forget to call the Parlor Market, tele-
Gainesville Sun. Orlando Wood Yard j
is stopping at the Orland. phone 80. We have everything choicein Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street.
Dr. R. L. Taylor and two sons, Rob- ,
I the poultry line, all Orange county
Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes are
B. W. KINGSLEY,
ert and Frank, of Pittsburg, are stop- Proprietor
fed and home dressed, the best the
the best. We selling these
are now :
I Phone 344 104 W. Pine St.
ping at the Orland. They expectedto market affords. We have farm
clothes at cut & sau-
prices. Scruggs CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED
PLANTS.
to St. Petersburg but liked Or- Turpentine Chips Fence Posts
go
Dickson. 1-7-6t sage on hand at all times and always j
I lando so well they will no further. I
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Mr. J. L. Beaman, a prominent :
Dr. Taylor was formerly city physician -
with quality and price. Parlor Market -
business man of Kissimmee, was an '. ,1,1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111IIIIII IIIII'IIIIIIIIIIII'EE:1AOv
of
I Pittsburg.Eat Pine street. Telephone 80.
Orlando visitor yesterday. I I

:Messrs. E. G. Gillespie and Stewart -I I Eat all what you you want.want. Christ's Kingdom the fifth universal :: .A.L S LE
kingdom of the world. Discussed .
by
i Chauffeur, of Wordham, L I., are I Take a postscript and forget it.

in Orlando, guests of the San Juan. i I For sale by all durggists.l-7-d&w-lyr McGee at theater, Sunday, 7 p. m. Commencing Tuesday, January 6th, we will offer our Clothing, Hats, Sweaters,

l Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Griffin and Mr. Wool Underwear at cut prices for CASH.
: t I Warman Repairs and Retires Baby 10OSTEOPATHY .
: T. N. Butner were among Ocoee's representative -
;Carriages on Court street. 12-5-tf
;\ citizens in the city yester $30.00 Suits $20.50 $25.00 Overcoats $17.50

r day. Griffing trees give results. Office I 2.00 Suits 17.50 20.00 Overcoats 14.75 ,
opposite P. 0. W. H. Brokaw,sales-
Clean sweep sale of Regal Shoes. DR. J. C .HOWELL 22.50 Suits 15.75. 18.00 Overcoats 13.50
man. 12-25-tf
Brown & Lartigue. 1-6-Gt !! Hours, 10-12,3-5, and by appointment 20.00 Suits 14.75 16.50 Overcoats 12.00
Is this Christ's or Satan's king Are you looking for the second Xo extra charge for house treatment

dom Hoar McGee at Lucerne theater I coming of Christ Hear McGee at t Telephone connections SWEATERS HATS ,

Sunday. 10-2t the theater Sunday, 3 p. m. 10-2t Office cor. Orange and Central Ares. .
I ( $3.00 Sweaters S2.25 SS.OO Hats 3.S0

---I i II 2.50 Sweaters 1.7y 4.00 Hats 2.75
Ii I Sweaters Hats
i 2.00 1,35 3.00 2,25I.
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0 Sweaters 1.10 2.50 Hats 1.75

For Drugs Phone 20 Remember we only handle the celebrated HartSchafiner & Marx line of Clothes.

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

Kodak Deparlmenl-tVe Develop and Print Your Films.

SCRUGGS & DICKSON

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ToBe Sold at Once PEOPLE'S WANTS FOR house RENT-Furnished just completed;rooms also in light new MISCELLANEOUSWANTED 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111'111111111111

t } housekeeping. 604 Magnolia avenue.1231lw -Dining room girls. Apply
Orland hotel 1-6-tf ,

Handsome bungalow, MUNMMAKERS FOR RENT-Desirable
room, with DRESSMAKING at 307 E. Pine St.
t Notices of Lost WuUi F. Sale, For modern conveniences, and board, in 12-12-lm
well located, brand new. Not Rent. etc, for this eoltan. lie for .nt day, private family. No. 9 E. Concord.
CO. for three day, or $1.00 for one week for
t much more than the price of lot. 25 words or leu. Money mast accompany 1.6-3t LOST-One leather purse with two
the advertueaenU fer this eolton u no ten dollar bills, certificate of deposit ,
r Easy terms if wanted. inMrtiong will be made oa credit. FOR RENT-Furnished large front and keys to safety box at Bank
J room; all modern conveniences; & Trust Co. Reward if returned to
FOR SALE with private family; close in, 302 John Kaley, Rural Route Box 65-B. .
r Prce $1350Another North Orange Ave. l-6-6t 1.7-tf. Finest Line ofSouvenir

t Wannan Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, FOR RENT-Two well AGRICULTURAL blasting, ditching,
large rooms,
beauty overlooking OB Court street. 12-5-tf located; reasonable rent by the subsoiling, tree planting, stump
blowing, orchard renovating land China
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t. fine lake with bath and electric month or year./406 S. East St.
the
FOR SALE-New $15 dressmakingform 1-6-lw cleared ready for plow. Dynamiteand
{ for $8. Call 218 Ridgewoodavenue supplies. Estimates cheerfully
, lights. Same owner. Easy mornings. 1-3-tf FOR RENT-Furnished rooms; ev furnished. L N. Lewis, 406 East St., Ever in Orlando '
s I Orlando, Fla. 1-6-lm
I{ terms.I FOR SALE-By owner, 308 N. Main-
street, 8-room house with sleeping I in best part of city. Three to five GOOD RELIABLE PARTY TO RUN
I Price $1800 porch, bath, electric lights, fruit trees. dollars per week. 308 West street. BOARDING HOUSE-Eleven room
Centrally located. Lot 77 by 223 feet. 1-8-1w house, partially furnished; good loca-
r l-8-3t tion at Maitland, Fla. Want some
I For location and floor plan OAK LODGE APARTMENT HOUSE good reliable party to run boarding McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
1 FOR SALE-A good small business OPEN to take in roomers and light house. More boarders than house will,
that will pay a handsome income. housekeepers. Everything new and accommodate. Rent reasonable. Apply -
1 "See SMITH"t Ave.Cooper & Atha, 114 South Orange 18.6t neat.l-4-6t Corner Church and Osceola. I Fla.to Walter Drennen Co., Maitland l-8-3t,I

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f man who never blows hot FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock I -- I STORE
and tools, best farm in county; va-
;. air into a description to inflate riety fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- MIHMItMMMMMtllilllllilMtHilttlttMlltltl I
to-date buildings, etc. Box 144, Orlando -
!i the price. The man who has J. Van Buskirk. 12-21-tf
r TO SELL
f the property you want at thef FOR SALE-Three building lots, rea-
f sonably close in, at sacrifice price. : Next Door to Evan's Jewelry Store i :
afford to and
price you can pay, Improved with fruit trees and shrub-

I:l who actually makes sales. hotel.bery. Address Room 2, Tremont 1- -3t Four modern California Bunga- .


t The editor can say good things FOR SALE-Buick car, four passen- lows now in construction. I

about a man for ten years and if he ger, 1912 make. Has been thor-
l oughly overhauled. Price $450. Only
r' criticises that man once all those
reason for selling am going away. DAETWYLER4IMIIIIIMttilMHItMMIilittttMilMMHIIiiMMM
F good things are forgotten and the editor Jos. D. Wilson, 511 E. Orange St., ,
is looked upon as an arch enemy Lakeland, Fla. l-9-3t

i. and fit for guano. If the editor boosts FOR SALE-At a bargain, twentyacre -
pretty hard for his town and county grove; five hundred grapefruittrees
f he is called a hot air artist and the fifty tangerine trees, and 750 ,
trees. Grove should for NICELY FURNISHED ROOM for WANTED-To rent a piano for three
truth is not in him but if he sticks orange pay ..'IIIIIII III'lllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllll'y
; itself in two years. Address P. 0. rent; choice location; moderate I months. Apply 411 West street.
close to facts and is conservative in Box 105, Orlando'Fla.1218.d&wti price. 202 East Robinson Ave. 1-9-3t

his statements he is an old fossil and I EIGHT-ROOM furnished house; gas' WANTED-Permanent board and IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'
: has no life or ginger. If the editor I and electric lights. 205 E. Robinson' room by young lady employed. Ad.
does not get names into the local columns FOR SALE avenue, on Lake Eola. 12-23-tf dress "Comfort," care Sentinel. "
: Four lots, corner Amelia and :Mill l-8-3t \ Kill the Chill"All
with some frequency and regu- street, $800. Four lots corner Amelia FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for .
: larity he is taking his spite out ont and Sullivan street, $1,000. Also light housekeeping; all conven- WANTED-Office work by a lady
some one. Yes, an editor is supposed 100x236 corner Magnolia and Amelia.' iences. Also large single room. 217 with experience; stenographic pre- indications
f to know everything and he need not Call on or address A. F. Newkirk, Robinson Ave., East. l-7-3t ferred. Address "S," care the Senti- point toward a cold win-
504 Magnolia avenue. l73tFOR -- ---t- nel. l-8-3t
r be told anything, so if he does not FOR RENT-Nicely furnished, quiet ter this year and the best way to be comfortable .
WANTED-At child
get all the news in his little sheet SALE rooms in new home, close in; elec-I once, nurse; one
tric light, hot and cold water bath, willing to travel Apply 411 South cold and
cuss him for it.-Ex. Good property; 40 acres little northof Main street. 1-6-3t on mornings eveningsor
Orlando, on beautiful lake. Young fireplace in large front room. 114
budded bearing East Jackson street. l-6-3t during the day in office is to have
orI grove ; good dwelling.The WANTED-Team of horses, wagon your a .
A. T. Jones businessman
a prominent ideal place for poultry and dairy and farm implements. D. P. Sias,
of Miami, committed suicide a farm-good range, plenty room, good FOR RENT-Nicely furnished, quiet 83 Arcade building. "l-6-3t

few days ago by drinking carbolic with milk trade place.established.Box 34, Route Will 2,sell Orlando stock, tric rooms light in, hot new and home cold, close water in; bath elec-, YOUR SUIT WANTS PRESSING.Just REZNOR GAS HEATERThey

acid. He leaves a wife and six chil- Fla. 12-15-1m fireplace in large front room. 114 ring 448 for the Arcade Press-
dren to mourn his untimely death. East Jackson street. l-10-3t ing Club. The boy will call. Club
FOR SALE rate, 8 pieces $1. Ladies' work a spe are'cheap to buy and very economical -
FOR RENT Four-room furnished cialty. 1-10-lm
Ladies' hair dressing, massage, cleared Farm of twenty acres, ten acres cottage, one block off Orange ave 3 to 6 cents an hour, according to the
cultivated. 21-2
shampoo, electric drier. -Gem Barber seven acres nue, Concord Park. $15.00 per month. WANTED-Ladies, bring your comb-
miles west of Taft P. 0., near Lake I ings and cut hair to 305 Garland
Inquire 7061. Amelia avenue. size-and the cleanest and
are most
i Shop. 1-2-tf Davis. Good wire fence on three 1-9-2t street. We will make them as desired con
sides. Small new house and well. or purchase same for cash.
About 15,000 feet of saw timber. FOR RENT-New furnished rooms in Nickolas & Nickolas. 12-30-lm venient heating made. No wood, ashes or
Cash Registers. Warman fixes 'em Land all dry and suitable for truck-
new modern home; every conveneience
on Court street. 12-5-tf ing or citrus fruit. Am too old. to: ; kitchenette if desired; reason- LOST-Gold cuff link, with initial"B oil to carry-just turn the valve and strikea
work it and will sell at a bargain. able. 14 E. Amelia avenue, next doorto ," somewhere on the Orlando
Owner, Box 137, Taft, Fla. the Wyoming. 12-1-tf streets Monday. If found, leave at the match.
FOR SALE 1-6-d&w-lm Sentinel office, and receive reward of ,
An artistic and beautiful home; FOR RENT-Furnished house, ten $1.00. 1-1-tf
modern and complete in every partic- rooms and sleeping porch; centrally -
ular. Seven large rooms and bath; FOR REM located; suitable for either one or NOTICE
immense closets. Screened sleepingand two families. Address F. G. Rush, The books for the registration of
rear porches; ten-foot veranda FOR RENT-Furnished seven-room City. 11-26-tf voters in Orange county will be ORLANDO WATER[ & LIGHT C m.
across entire front. A few bearing house. Call at Sentinel. 12-14-tf opened in my office at the Court
trees, flowers and shrubbery. New FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom House on Monday, January 5th, 1914,
and near in, fine location. FOR RENT-Newly furnished rooms, to persons wishing suburban and will be kept open six days in
Any one desiring an ideal home,J and board; all conveniences; large accommodations; also 2 acres good each week, until the first Monday in Gas Department
address 'veranda; nicely kept grounds; truck land, close in. Good opportu- March, 1914.
t OWNER, P. 0. Box 495. 'I ing better for the money in noth-j nity for right person. Address A," W. L. DOLIVE,
.1-2-tf near in. 205 Magnolia Ave. Sentinel. 9-8tf 1-3-tf Supervisor of Registration.


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and the store at Daytona and New Smyrna gives


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ity with any store or combination of stores. We


cut the price the day we opened for business;


have always cut the price and always will Remember


no store has a lower price than Kincaid ,


& Snowden, our policy is cut price, but not cut quality.


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Model 43 Chassis: Five-passenger touring car. Wheel base is 116 inches; double drop frame. -
Motor 41-4 x 51-4; four cylinders, cast in pairs; unit power plant; cone clutch; selective type transmission -
German silver "V" shaped radiator, square tub type; Stromberg carburetor; full floating rear We are prepared to give you
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axle.' New Departure bearings; tires, 35 x 4 1-2; Improved Delco electric starting, lighting and ignition 1
system. Gasoline capacity, 21 gallons, tank carried at rear,pressure feed; Standard demountable rims
10 inch upholstering;nickel trimmings;body,steel; colors: blue or gray, Mack running gear. Pricesfully clean and quick service. J
equipped: Touring car, $1,875 delivered. Other models $1,150 to $3,000.

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SON HELD Representative L'Engle has recommended Dr. BucKmaster
ON WHITE SLAVE CHARGE J. L. Love for postmaster of
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Delray. ,
Jan. 8. J. M. Foster,
Mobile Ala. MMIMMMM*
a millionaire, son of the president of WOOD, COAL AND ICE Osteopathic Physician
the International J Correspondence 132 Orange Avenue " ,," " "MMMIM ', I [ ">)MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIMI 1
Schools, and his stenographer, Miss Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand'sCoal
Delia Bradley, a beautiful young woman Yard,phone 566. 9-31-tf Next door to People's Bank,
of twenty-two, were arrested today up-stairs. Acute and chronic iJ i
on the charge of violating the Now is the time to buy Manhattan diseases treated.Telephone J
Mann white slave act. The couple Shirts. Semi-annual sale now on, at
had been living here for three weeksat Scruggs & Dickson. 17.6t 578. J
the most fashionable hotel in the I Orlando.
city. it was alleged that Fos T ana
the girl came here from New Jersey.
'Bail was furnished for both. Fosteris SPECIAL SALE Water >2z Light Co. I
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The First Baptist church was
I packed to the doors last night with
; listeners who had come to hear Dr.

,: K. B. Tupper's closing sermon of,the

week, his subject being, "Can One
1 : Know That He Is a Christian?"

The speaker, as usual, got a firm
: grip upon the large""congregation
: right in the
very beginningeverybody -
was anxious to catch his every < Facts
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word upon this great and important
THEH : subject.
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most practical, the most vital question -
I of religion, and it may be an- _
H STATE BANK : swered in the affirmative. Every j 31 OutLast

man in the line of true apostolical (
succession, which is measured not by mr7M
years but by spirit and life, is able to :

of Orlando say respecting his spiritual vision _
:, what the man in the Gospel said of' year your Income was $

his physical sight, 'One thing I know:I' .
Family .
were
expenses
1893 whereas I was once blind now I see'

..-rr---: i I. .,. The early disciples stood on the lofty I Rent, Taxes, Insurance _
of ecstatic -
-- I I peaks an certainty touching 1.-
LONG ESTABLISHED this question. Study the letters r J Personal expenses .
j especially of Paul, Peter and John. I r== f fr
SAFE r Cifts and Luxuries .
"There are four wrong tests by
CONSERVATIVE which men sometimes seek to settle f Money set aside for old age or children's. _

the question, namely, church member-
ACCOMMODATINGYOUNG : Education. _
ship, orthodoxy, emotion and morality = PJ
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-each a spurious criterion. A man -
=_ Totals. .
may be a church member and be unsaved -I
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I as Simon Magus, and a man -
may be no church member and be I!

i saved, as was the dying malefactor I E Let us help you do better in 1914
on the cross. A man may be evangelical .
on creed and yet be immoral
in life. One may have deep emotion 1 ..= "It is a pleasure to serve you."

and still, like Judas Iscariot, have no I I
genuine repentance. One may be
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beautifully moral in life and yet be

essentially unspiritual, as the young .
ruler in the sacred story.

- - - - -.. ..."TTYYI "Three true tests there be of a,
-- -- - -- Christian, and only three-a i
MATRONS CLUB MET E. Ives, Jr., Philip Slemons, Davis personal I -
faith in Christ -
and
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by, Joe Bumby, DeWitt Miller, Louis a saviour personal; a personal obedience love to for Him Him as ,Lord and lil IPI\IliII! II lli I IIMiI i I iii'i' IIIII i +IINVI',!hII,i!VI ,! ':;,,! ;.:: II;IuItdIIIN! Iry!!,,:'ii:I,! ,!!':,:luhnlhi:: :;,P::I jl; I I:;:!;!!!X141:! ::II !!:;:;I'I'I':;:!'; ,;;::: :ii! ,i: '1 .'I JtiW.I':' ;.'( _
Mrs. Joe Bumby, Jr., was hostess Dolive, Irwin Dunn, Thomas Broad- I
and Redeemer. All
other criteria of
for a pretty party yesterday, her water, Chester Fosgate, and Gordon -----
guests being the members of both the Wright. Christian character are to be rejected
I as unworthy and false." n II n n
Young and the Younger 'Matrons I rClI ICI-en
card clubs. This is the first time that MAGRUDER-VAN VORHEES. Dr. Tupper' announced that he
these delightful little circles have held, would preach Sunday morning on "A
I a joint meeting, and the affair provedso An interesting event of Tuesday Religion of Love," and in the eveningon
enjoyable that doubtless other hos- "Why Men Go to Church." He
evening was the quiet wedding of .
tesses will' adopt Mrs. Bumby's idea Miss Adelaide Van Vorhees, of Warren will also speak to the Sunday school I
'I and entertain the clubs in like man- Ohio, and :Mr. James B. bI a' at ten o'clock, making three services I IN EVERY ONE II
that he will hold .
Sunday. There will
gruder, Jr., of Orlando, Fla., whicn
ner.Four tables of players were present .was solemnized at the Piedmont hotel. be no service tonight. of from
will
one of these composed of substi- ,Rev. F. D. Hunt, of Decatur, former The ushers will do their best to 10 your purchases us you
tutes, Mrs. Lulu Hayes Lawrence, pastor of the bride's family offi take care of the crowds who will wantto
Mrs.: Harry 1.. Beeman, Mrs. A. W. ciating. hear Dr. Tupper Sunday. They n find originality NOTHING over-

Bumby, and Mrs. LeRoy Giles. for The ceremony took place in the private will have 175 extra chairs for use i in
regular members unable to attend. parlor of the suite occupied by all the services. Everybody cordially done, but harmony and good taste
Mrs. Lawrence played with the the bride and her mother, Mrs. E. E. invited.
Younger Matrons, in place of Mrs. Van Voorhees. combined. Come and see.
Gordon Wright (who is a member of The bridegroom was
accompaniedto Touching the question of sales,,
both clubs), and won the high score. Atlanta by his mother, Mrs. J. B. there are no half circles about that 4 O o
The best record for the other club Magruder; his brother, Mr. Clarence
one of Marion B. Ives. Its the whole}
was made by Mrs. Dunn. Magruder, and Mr. and Mrs. MartinJ.
The hostess was gracefully assistedby Daetwiler. The latter acted as hoop.myself,Almost I could wish take I was a woman of
so
advantage AIM & CO Jewelers
her sister, Mrs. Merck, in servinga matron of honor and best man. the marvellous bargains. We'd bet
salad course, and bonbons.The Following a wedding supper, which ,
ter do the next best thing-unload, _
Young Matrons will hold its was served in a private dining room, and let our wives
go. .
next gathering in the home of Mrs. Mr. Magruder and his bride left for
Wm. Davis. Orlando, where they will be at homeat II Everything Guaranteed. Reliable Repairing n.,

The membership of the two clubs the Arcade hotel-Atlanta Journal, If you want the news, read the 11
includes: Mesdames Lee Miller, S. :I 8th. Sentinel. I LI!: = 11 J =d


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