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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 11, 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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THE MORNING SENTINEL




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

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

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VOLUME ONE. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, JANUARY 11, 1914. NUMBER 287.

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PROMISESSTRIKERS One of the first acts of the city Special to the Sentinel. IN TEXASSURRENDER
Pass Christian, Miss., Jan. 10.-The
Pine Castle Register Says the Com commission in line with the manage- gulf coast bade farewell to President List of Delegates Who Will Attend

pensation Is Less Than Twentyfive ment of affairs as a manager would' Wilson today. More than two thousand Orlando Meeting Duringthe

SHOT DOWNAND Cents a Day direct for his firm or corporation will people shook hands with the Week AT BORDERMERCADO
be the retirement of one-half of the
president during the forty-five min-
Thereare
bonds
I Supervisor of Registration W. L. refunding outstanding. i utes which he allotted for them to Among the clergy and lay dele-
$13,000 of these bonds, and $6,500of
LITTLE PAY WAS ALLOWED Dolive yesterday received the second say goodbye.At gates who have sent definite notification AND HIS MEN FLEE
the amount will be paid off and
FOR LONG HOURS IN SEre resignation which has come to him cancelled.The the side of the president were I of their intention to attend Convocation FOR THEIR LIVES AND GIVE
since the appointment of district offi- lisses and Eleanor Wilson
Margaret and the Woman's
ERAL OF BEST PRODUCING bonds do not mature until Auxiliaryhere UP ARMS TO MAJOR
cers to take the registration of 1911. who expressed to their newly made this week are the following;
MINES 1917, but they are subject to call at McNAMEESpecial
The first of the district officers to
friends their delight at the cordial while others are also expected.
any time, and the city has in the
notice that he could not affordto
serve reception tendered them.
Rev. W.
Tampa- P. Reeve, Rev. A.
Washington, Jan. 10.-Report .of) allowedby sinking fund enough money to payoff to the Sentinel
work for the
the department of labor's investigation compensation half the issue. The refunding bonds The president told several that he E. Cornish, Rev. J. F. Porter, Rev. Presidio, Tex, Jan. 10.-Ojinaga

the county commissioners was Mr. draw: cent. interest and the hadn't felt in better health in many W. C. Richardson, Mrs. Gillett, Mrs. has fallen, and Mercado, the federal
strike seven ,
of the Michigan copper per
H. C. Hammond of Taft. The secondwas
and expressed pleasure at the Dobson
made public here today, declares that city is getting four per cent. for the years Owen, Mrs. Mrs. Mackeyand commander, with his whole army, has
Mr. Fred M. Preston, of Pine
happy termination of his risit He Miss Babbitt.
in the sinking fund. sought refuge on United States soil.
into the
strikebreakers were imported money
Castle. The complaint of Mr. Preston "We at will leave Pass Christian tomorrow Leesburg-Rev. Geo. H. Ward, Mrs. Villa's whirlwind assault under the
region by misrepresentations are borrowing money seven
copper ; I is virtually the same as that filed cent. and lending it at four night, and will return to Washington Needham, and Miss Christine McCor- cover of a heavy bombardment' of his
that some were taken to the mines at Mr. Hammond. He that he per per
by says Tuesday mick.
morning. big planted in arroyos within
cent., saidIa'or Sperry yesterday, guns
the point of pistols; that strikers not afford to remain at his home
can '
i "and this doesn't the i Sanford-Rev. Arthur S. Peck, and easy range of the supposedly impregnable -
impress
were wounded by fire arms in the lawi commission -
during the hours required by the )Ir. an.d Mrs. Whitner. I fortress, wrought havoc in the
hands of armed guards, but that no for the insignificant sum of ten cents as a good business proposi- r PEOPLE'S[ NATIONAL BANK TO .
tion. The has been in the The Right Rev. Albion B. Knight, ranks of the defenders, and it soon
evidence was found of officers being money
for each name and the additional ten fund for time and this of Cuba; Rev. H. R. Remsen, from became evident that further resist-
injured by the strikers.It dollars. He has calculated that this sinking some JOIN R RESERVE[ [ [ SYSTEM[ I
fact might have been discovered before Kansas[ City, :Mo. (who is to be priest- ance was useless.A .
was pointed out that while manyof -
would be less than twenty-five centsa
it it not to I in-charge of the Cathedral after Feb- dash for the river was then de-
the smaller copper mining com and he doesn't think it seems, yet seems I
day, a rea have been." Directors Meet and Determine to ruary 1st); Rev. Rudolph Stahley, of termined upon. Villa had been expecting
panies in the region were operatingat ask do it.
sonable to to
thing anybody The commission has made the Make Application for Wulfurt; Rev. J. M. McGrath, of Or- this, and the retreating col-
a loss, the Calumet-Hecla com nec
he of
Mr. Preston
thought deputizing
says andwill MembershipThe mond; Rev. and Mrs. C. T. Blanchetand umns were harassed by the rebel cav-
pany, which employs more than fifty his wife to do the work for essary preliminary investigation,
its decision Rev. J. B. Blanchet, of Fort My- alry and subjected to a galling fire.
in effect i in
per cent. of the men in the region, him, but couldn't ask her to remainat put early
directors of the Na- ers Rev. W. J. Goddin, of Immokalee Great taken
the week. People's ; ; care was however,
had "had extremely large profits.
home all the time under
necessary tional bank met yesterday afternoon, Rev. W. H. Cresson, of City Point; that none of the shots should fall on
" With an authorized capital of $2-
wheiever
the law to take the
names and voted to make Rev. Geo. Wilson, of Rev. the Unied States side and
application for Titusvi\e; when he
500,000, of which $1,200,000 was paidin anybody happened to to regis- WILL BEGIN[ MONDAY TO ADVrnTI E
the report declares that since 1871 appear membership in the reserve system and Mrs. F. A. Shore, of Arcadia; retreating federals reached the river

ter. MID-WINnR fAIR which will be inaugurated under the Rev. A. C. Killifer, of Bradentown; they were not molested further. .
the has in
company paid $121,050,000 Both Mr. Preston and }Ir. Ham
' new currency law. The bank officers Rev. Jas. Cope and Rev. J. Oliphant
dividends and
reinvested $75,000,000in mond said would send the books
they
its property. It pays wages for a the Starting out Monday a committee immediately mailed the necessary application and Mr. F. A. P. Jones, of Miami; The above dispatch was received at
back to supervisor and he could
ten to eleven hour day ranging from make other headed by Mr. Chas. K. Pomeroy will to the secretary of the treas- Rev. W. W. Williams and Rev. A. R. midnight. That which follows was

arrangements. begin advertising the South Florida E. Roe, of Key West; Rev. F. A. S. received earlier in the '
$2.89 to $3.62 and with an averageof Supervisor Dolive said yesterdaythat ary.One evening:
while th Midwinter exposition, to be held in of the requisites for member- Mercer, of Bartow; Rev. J. C. G.
$3.28, eaverage day
wage he would do his best to get men
Orlando February 17-21, throughoutthe ship in the system is to take stock in Wood, of West Palm Beach; Revt and I
of the other companies is $2.74. The to; take the places of those who re- Presidio, Tex., Jan. 10.-Villa's
counties surrounding Orange. the regional bank to the amount of Mrs. Richard Bolton, of Lakeland;
report also points out the welfare signed, but it wasn't his affair if the army is closing in on Ojinaga for
The campaign of advertising will six per cent. of the capital stock and Rev. E. B. Snead and Mr. R. J. Wil-
work the company conducts for itsemployes appointees refused to serve. Inciden- what the rebels believe is the final attack -
such .be thorough, and Mr. Pomeroy promises surplus of the bank making the ape son, of Eustis; Rev. W. H. Ball, of that
as hospitals, a pen- tally, Mr. Dolive had some interesting on place.
I that every road leading out of plication.It Kissimmee; Rev. F. E. Alleyne, of
sion fund and the like. things to say about the who Desultory cannonading and outpost
person
Orlando will be thoroughly posted is not known yet at what place DeLand; Rev. S. C. Thompson, of
The made the investigations
report was upon got that registration law passed.All fighting was begun at 4 o'clock this
with bills and cards making the event the regional reserve bank for this Ocoee; Rev. W. H. Ticknor, of Clear-
of Walter B. Palmer
afternoon and
a the week Mr. Dolive and his assistant as night came on the
and the time and place known. section will be located. Jacksonville, water; Mrs. Fred Rodgers and Miss
special of the oJ became
agent department Mr. Robert Howe, have sat firing more constant.
labor; John A. Moffitt and John B. in the supervisor's office, and they Savannah and Atlanta are all appli- Gamsby, of Ocala; Mrs. Kirk Munroe, The rebel plan is to rush the federal

Denmore, solicitor for the depart- have registered seventy-two names. INVESTIGATING CROP INSECTS cants for it, and it is likely that one of Cocoanut Grove; Mr. and Mrs. entrenchments under the cover
IN ORLANDO DISTRICT of the three will Broderick, of Fort Meade Mr. Chas.E. I
ment, who were sent to the copper I "No use to say anything in the pa- get it, but even this ; of a heavy bombardment of big guns.
is by no means certain.In Fitzgerald, of Punta Gorda.It .
region as conciliators. pers about it," said Mr. Dolive, "thejdon't Both sides are well provided with
Secretary Wilson Prof. Geo. Ainslie, of Nashville,I. one draft of the bill New Or- is probable that the Right Rev.
making public a seem to pay any attention to it. ammunition and the contest for'the
Tenn. arrived in the city last leans the Anson R. Graves, who is wintering in
of the even- was designated as one bank
;summary report, today declined but they have all got to register if federal stronghold will be one of the:
to what his wouldbe ing and will be here for several for the entire southeastern section, Miami, will be present. If he comes
say next step they expect to vote in June. bloodiest of the revolution.
but intimated that the of months as an expert on the investigation but subsequent discussions developed he will make the fifth bishop to at
findings : Of the number registered there are Villa has about six thousand meat,
his investigators might be made the Democrats, Republicans, Socialistsand of certain insects that damage such opposition to this plan it is likely tend the convocation. Such an un- including Chihuahua reinforcements,

basis. of a proposed congressional in- Prohibitionists. No Suffragistshave Florida crops. He will have his head- that a more central location than that usual occurrence has seldom if'er while the federals have about four

vestigation. quarters with Mr. Yothers. Mr. Ains- city will be chosen to serve this ter- been noted in the history of the Epis- thousand and the
yet applied. advantage of a Gibraltar
Palmer reported the general aver lie is connected with the U. S. govern- ritory. I copal church in Florida., like position, from which they

age of day wages paid by all the com ment dpartment of entomology, and Secretary McAdoo is now conduct confidently believe it will be impos-
D DON'T DISTURB B THE[ SWANS FOR THEY has chased bugs and insects from in the several
ing hearings cities that
panies throughout the $2.59
was sible for
year them
Some of the smaller companies, he I[ MAKING NESTS[ Minnesota to Florida. His father, are under consideration for designation MAY NOT T lAY SEWER[ PIPES I [S ON N I Villa has assumed to be driven.personal com-

declared, were operating at a loss Prof. Chas. N. Anislie, is also an en- as regional reserve bank posts mand of the rebel attacking force,

Prior to the present strike he found The city commission has tomologist for the government, and He has held a sitting in New York ORAEAYENEUCity [ [ [ and this has given an inspiration to.
referred
the general work day was of ten to letter from Mrs Lavinia a has his headquarters at Elk Point, and was in Boston yesterday The the rebels that they lacked in previous -
eleven hours and some of the miners Brigham to S. D. Prof. Ainslie came directly progress of such hearings is plainly attacks. '
Commission Will Hold :
the park commission. Mrs. Meeting
were paid as low as $2.35 a shift Brigham from a holiday visit with his parentsin slow, and it will require some time
asks for of Property Owners
permission to for the
Some other classes of labor were pai care South Dakota, to Orlando, and i is for them to be completed and for the

as low as $2.APPlCANTS swans on Lake Eola. She says she emphatically of the opinion that Flor secretary to reach conclusions. It Wednesday BETTER LIGHTS PLEASE CATHE-

has been attending to the swans for ida climate suits him best. has been stated that President Wil DRAL SCHOOL STUDENTS

some time, and has found the duty a son would not name the members 01 f The city commission will hold a -

TAKE EXAMINATION m R pleasant one, and wishes to know D. A. R, PREPARING FOR STATE the federal reserve board ntil sometime hearing of property owners at 8:30 A recent improvement for the Cathedral

FOURTH lASS POSTMASTER what the status of her position will be MEETINGThe in February, and it will probablybe o'clock Wednesday morning to decide school which will be much appreciated

under the new city government. Mrs. whether the by the boarding is
some time later before the reserve original sewer line as pupils a

A number of applicants took the Brigham says it is necessary that the state conference of the Daugh- banks- are announced.. mapped out in the system which is change in the lighting arrangementfor

examination at the school house yes birds have attention at this time, andb ters of the American Revolution will Mr. Chas. P. Dow, cashier of the being installed shall remain on Or- the study hall, which will double

terday, which was given for candi- : Hpt from molestation, because be held in this city at the Rosalind People's National, said last night that ange avenue or be !laid in the alleys the previous lighting power. One of

dates to qualify for appointment as .they au -" king nest. The mayor has Club, on February 3 and 4, and delegates the bank had received requests from behind the street on each side. the boarding pupils, Miss Lillian Con-

fourth-class postmasters.The given instructions to the chief of police are expected from all chapters several candidates for place on the The commissioners have decided to ner, is spending the week-end at her

examination was conducted by to arrest any one who is found in the state. The local chapter is reserve board, but had officially endorsed leave the decision of this question to home in Tangerine.

,' )Ir. W. C. McLean, chief clerk in the throwing at or otherwise molesting making plans for a reception, a luncheon none of them. He personal! the property owners concerned. In

Orlando postoffice. An examinationwas the swans. and an automobile ride, and for favored the appointment ofIr.. view of the fact that the plumbing SATURDAY CARD CLUB MET

conducted for clerk.carrier at i an entertainment at the Lucerne George R. DeSaussure, vicepresidentof already installed in a large numberof WITH MRS. DEWITT MILLERThe

the same time. For the latter there SANFORD PEOPLE SAW AN AIRSHIP theater under the efficient directionof the Barnett National bank, of: the buildings, if not all of them,

were only two applicants, namely, PASS OVER I Miss Slemons, assisted by William J Jacksonville, and secretary of the would have to be reversed in order to Saturday Card club met yes-

Linon,A. Wheeler, white, and Hanard A telephone message was receivedin Branch, Jr. This will be a banner Florida Bankers' association.Mr. make connections with the line if laid terday with Mrs. DeWitt :Miller and

A. Harvey, colored. Orlando :yesterday afternoon thatan year for the Orlando chapter and as Dow is of the opinion that Atlanta in the street, it is believed that a bet- passed the afternoon most pleasantlyat

Those who took the examination for I airship was passing over Sanford hostess to the other chapters they will get the reserve bank. His ter plan would be to put the pipe line bridge, danity eatables being

postmaster were: Henry P. Belnap, and was headed in the direction of plan to have everything move off reason for this, he said, was Atlan- in the rear of the buildings. :served at the conclusion of the play

Gotha; Ludwig F. Hartman, Gotha; : Orlando. The message came from pleasantly and with credit to the city. ta's early stand in favor of the cur- All the property owners on both :1

Minter J. Westfall, Formosa; W. T. more than one source, and for an houror It is hoped that our citizens will hunt rency measure. It was strongly en- sides of Orange avenue between Cen- ing.The club members are Mrs. Walter

Wilson, Apopka; Lee F. Lovell, Apopka more there was such a craning of up their household flags and display dorsed by Atlanta banks and businessmen tral and Church and the alley back of: Brittain, Mrs. S'lvanIcElroy, Mrs

; Travis M. Byars, Apopka; VictorG. necks in the direction of Sanford as them on this date in honor of this before it became a law, and this, the buildings, and those of the build- Merle McElroy, Mrs. LeRoy Giles,

Van Dusen, Gotha; Osborne G. has never been witnessed in Orlando patriotic society, the largest woman'ssociety in Mr. Dow's opinion, will have much ings facing Church street between Mrs. Harriet Miller, Mrs. DeWit :Miller -

Wolcott, Oviedo; Wm. P. Blakely, before. Several people climbed up in the world today weight in the decision, aside from the Orange avenue and Boone street, are Mrs. C. B. Robinson and Miss

Ocoee; Louis C. Osborne, Zellwood; into the court house tower, and others fact that Atlanta occupies a central requested to be present at the hear- :Margaret Hart.FUNERAL .

Samuel W. Eldredge, Apopka; Chas. got on the roofs of houses, but the SUMMERLIN 28; ORLANDO HIGH location for the territory to be served. ing Wednesday morning, there to ex-

H. Hartley, Taft; Arthur H. Fuller, airship never hove into sight, and they SCHOOL 16 press their views on the question.An OF MRS. CODE

Altamonte Springs; Mrs Marion B were powerfully disappointed.THE MR. CARR AND MR. CURRY obvious advantage of laying the WILL BE HELD HILL

Maurice, Oakland; Miss Stella Thompson The Orlando high school basket ball TOGETHERMr. pipe line in the alleys is the avoid- TODAY

Clermont. WEATHER team returned to Orlando last night :\ Carr and :Mr.: Curry, who are .ance of tearing up Orange avenue The funeral of Mrs. Code Hill will

Florida: Fair and colder Sunday. from Bartow, where a game was exchanging courtesies, will sing a during the tourist season. take place at 12 o'clock today at

Night Ticket Agent Steere of the Monday, fair, colder in extreme south played against the team of Summerlin magnificent duet at the Methodist Apopka, the services being conductedby

Atlantic Coast Line is away from his institute. The score stood 28 to services at the Grand theater tonight. The United States is leading the Rev. E. Lee Smith. :Mrs. W. W.

post of duty on account of sickness Box files for your office reduced t 0 16 in favor of Summerlin. It wasn't Every music lover in the city oughtto I world in the manufacture of shoes. Smith, of Jacksonville, and Miss Quee-

His place is being filled by Mr. C. B 125 cents. Office supplies all .kinds a very merry crowd that landed from hear Orlando's two star singers to- i That is one way of putting our best nie Hill, of New York, daughters of

Copper, of Bakersfield, Colo. & O'Neal. the midnight train last night. gether. foot foremost. the deceased, arrived last nightt

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Apopka, ,,Fla., Jan. 8.-James L.
Foley, of Charlottesville, Ind., was a LET US BE DURING 1914 SEE THEM MONDAY-YOU WILL WANT TO SEE THEM EVERY DAY ATCo'i
visitor her elast Friday and lookingfor We wish to supply your drugs this
an investment in an orange grove. : : :: I S year.When youwant drugs or anythingthat
Matthew Hale and family have located drug stores sell, you can make
here for the winter season and assurance of securing right qualityand nun in Finn
in all probability make this place right service doubly sure by com
their permanent home. They came to YourDrug ingto ourstore.
Florida from Kentucky some two ,I Begintrading here with the intention
months ago and first stopped at of remaining a customer only so Grand Theatre
Tavares, but after visiting Apopka I long as youReceive
they decided that here was the place

for them. I Get wholly courteous reliable treatment goods; ; j Hodges Brothers and RossThose
Rev. George D. Reeves preached
Find what you want,and
his first for the at
sermon new year
the Methodist church last Sunday be- are satisfied with prices. 4 three New York Cabaret BoyS-..The greatest and highest salaried trio appearing

fore a large audience who were delighted This is a fair proposition. If you are I in the South. Be on hand Monday. Special two weeks engagements.
,
to have him returned as the gist not acquainted with us, ask your I
pastor for another year here. Dur- neighbor or physician about us. : MATINEE 3:30 .
ing his stay here Mr. Reeves has en- I
deared himself to our people and they A SPLENDID MOTION PICTURE PROGRAM 1
were delighted when he was returnedto P 1
them. DelANEY DRUG. CO., 1I I

The inside touches are now being I ORLANDO FLA.. :
,
and
I given to the new hotel and in a very I I Tuesday Wednesday a
short time it will be ready for the"

furniture.L night O. White for and Orlando.family left From on there Monday tllllllll.IIII.II..III..I..I..I.I..I..lORl4N>Mi>miMMMfMHMmittllillilMliltMIIIHIM'|I 4 R ROMANCE[ AI ORLANDO O FLORIDA Ji JiA

Mr. White will go to Port Tampa to
take his run as a conductor on the I; ,
A. C. L. railway. His wife and little O OPERA[ HOUSE O [ picture of Orlando-Made in Orlando by Orlando people-iooo feet of film
son will spend a few days with rela- purchased by us at a large cost-the admission will be Children tic, Adults 25c. t
tives and friends in Orlando before
This Orlando picture will be surrounded by an exceptional motion picture

locating The Apopka in Port high Tampa.school resumedits One Week Commencing gram--different afford to both days and backed up by the Hodges Brothers and Ross.. Youcan't pro

work again Monday morning aftera .
two weeks vacation, with a full at- Jan. 12th I
tendance, several new pupils being Monday, MISS THESE TWO DAYS BE HERE EARLY OTHERS WILL TOO
enrolled for the spring term on the
first day. ---4
Mr. Henry Clark and wife, of Chau- atinee 3:3OOMIHMMMMMMMMMimtM'
tauqua, N. Y., arrived New Year's
day to spend the winter here and have T Norifian Field
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begun housekeeping in his father's ::::388:: :

cottage on Central avenue and First

street. IThe of late New Y orkSuccesses. For Economy and
The new city council of Apopka n a repertoire : purchase

held its first session last Monday Norman,Mary and"Happy Jack" are with it. W RIG H T pK power of your money -
night and adjourned without organizing SEED CO .
immediately after taking the RFALTEAL ESTATE Try Wright's" Farm
oath of office.R. MATINEES WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY Business
That Our and Garden Seeds. in
B. Moore is preparing to put a Orlando. Florida
new wire fence around his lot recently Opening Play bulk. "Motto" Quantityand
purchased on Central avenue,
which will make quite an improve. "The Village Parson" Quality.Fresh .
ment to his'lot
T. M. Byars made a business trip Farm Eggs, 40 cents dozen; Ice, 40 cents 100 pounds; Best Creamery Butter, 40
' to Orlando last Saturday. cents; Sweet Milk, 13 cents quart, 7 cents pint; Oranges 10 cents dozen; Limes 10 cents

L H. Burdick has begun the erec- POPULAR PRICES dozen; Butter Milk, 10 cents quart. Chesepeak Bay Oysters, (selects) 50 cents quart, -30'
tion of his new house on the land recently cents pint.

purchased through the American Individual Package 10 Ibs. Ass't Fruits, "That Xmas Present" delivered by Express,
Realty company of Apopka, and (charges prepaid) all points east of Rocky Mountains, at your door 1.35 cash with order.
will move into same as soon as it is We have heard of persons being Subscribe for The Daily Sentinel. I
completed. Mr. Burdick and family fond of ice cream, but Apopka has a :-
drove all the way from South Dakotato resident who claims that he devoured I
Apopka, Fla., in a Ford touring car three,quarts of genuine ice cream at FIRE INSURANCE
and he says that he never found any one sitting on New Year's day and
place in the state that suited him un- felt no bad results from it. Who can .
til he struck Apopka, but he is highly produce a man to beat that record?
pleased here. Mr. Thimblebee and wife left Tuesday : ( I T YA MDlhe\ \ Elfto Success.,
Karl Reed, who has been employedas for Orlando, where they expect
a clerk in McLeod's store for the later before going back to their hometo 1 : (?OUMTRY

past two months, expects to removeto spend some time, and may return REALESTATEQU.JANSEN
Plymouth within a few days, wherehe state of New York. ,
has secured a position in the gov- i{.essrs. Abbott and Jagger have Just arrived car load i IMPROVED AN 14TARY
ernment experiment station. gone to Wauchula, where they have UNIMPROV
Dr. J. W. Minkler has his new boat invested in real estate and will spend FORDS for immediate ORLANDO )UBIIC
ready for painting and will shortly the remainder of the season in that FLORIDA.
launch it upon the surface of one of part of the state. delivery.
the many crystal lakes that aboundin Mrs. Howard Van Dieck, the returned i
this part of the state.M. missionary from China, is Get yours now.F. Office in Rock Building N. ORANGE AVE. Opposite San Juan HotelMllillllilMiMIMIIIIillllllilMtllMIIIIIIMIIIi
T. Anderson is able to be out spending'this week visiting friends in
again after a few days confinementwith Orlando.S. G. RUSH,
an attack of grippe.Mr. W. Eldredge made a business
Truesdayev family have returned trip to Orlando Monday. Phone 226
to Orange Center after spend Sam W. Stewart has sold -Swick
ing several days in our pleasant little & Co., of Orlando: $1,000"orth of + Y Oc1aalia Ni1'ery Service
city. Both he and his wife expressed beef cattle off his range near Apopka.
themselves as being highly pleased Roy Geiger came up from Kissimmee -
here and expect to return here laterto to visit his mother here a few .
make their home. days ago.I. .
II. II. Witherington and R. L. How- I. Turner, our barber, who was 1 Has always been accepted in Orange County as the
ard made a business trip to Sanforda so severely hurt last week by being I
best to be obtained. NO one has ever complainedand
few days ago. The trip was made thrown from a horse while visitingin
no oneever will, because our trees are the best
by auto. Orlando,we are glad to note is able
Deputy Sheriff G. Harod and James to resume his work again in his tonsorial and cheapest (in the end) possible to procure.
Fletcher were in Clarcona last Fri parlor, much to the delight of
day on business.It his many friends and customers.Mr. Who ever heard of one untrue to name or who-

now seems as though Apopka S. G. Fletcher, who has been a I ever heard of an ignored claim?
will have a novelty works without visitor in Apopka for some weeks asI
much further delay, as one of our.. the guest of his brother and family, " "I" " I""IIIIII'IIIIIII'II'IIII"I'I'I"eTHE We offer you first choice from the largest stockin
young business men who has estab- has returned to his home at Meeker,
the world for this season's planting and suc-
your
lished a record for himself for doing Colorado.
whatever he undertakes has made the Misses Lillian and Mabel Eldredge i MARKETOf cess with our stock is already assured when your

statement that unless some one else returned last Wednesday to DeLand, grove is planted. Free advice as to stock and per-
makes the start in a short time he where they have resumed their studiesin
sonal inspection of land when requested on
will establish a novelty plant here Stetson university.Miss Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH your any
himself. This is indeed encouragingto Anna Coates, of Gadsden, Ala., planting of 300 trees or more. Suitable discountsto

those who contemplate building, as was the charming guest during the AND SALT MEATS planters of large acreage. In fact, the very best
it has been rather a difficult matterto holidays of Mrs. Alfred Eldredge.She .
I of everything and 0. W. Conner behind it all.
secure the finished material here has returned to Jacksonville. FISH AND GAME
necessary for the interior and finish-i The following Florida boost was!;.
work houses. I under the best sanitary conditions. i I
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BOX SOCIAL TO BE GIVES NEXT Tuesday evening, January 13. Wafers
I TUESDAY and cocoa will be served.
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Helen Wright, Owner Phone No. 80iHtmiMtiimmtiiHMMMiimimiimmi The ladies of the Highland Ladies' Send the Sentinel your next order
Aid Society will give another of their for job printing. You will be well
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GENEVA JOTTINGS Mrs. Nannie T. Hansel and daughter at a loss to find something new for TERSELY TOLD ITEMS. I
-P* of Mulberry, spent Friday and the pleasure of their guests.
Occasionally meet who,
Geneva, Fla., Jan.: 7.-After spend Saturday with relatives.Mr. The fine $10,000 winter home now would rather be you happy than a in man love. I
ing the holidays with the horns folks, and Mrs. C. C. Hall had with being erected for Mr. Thomas A. Good resolutions are all right if they THE[ [ENTERPRISE[ r I [ MEAT MARKET[
:Mr. Harvey Lee Geiger has returnedto
them L. A. of
Mahogany, Westmoreland Briggs on the bluff overlooking Lake happen to make good. I
Southern college to resume his N. H., recently. He Orienta is progressing and
stoppedover rapidly A man is never too old to learn.
studies. on his way to Safety Harbor.Mr. will be completed in February and occupied But sometimes he is too young., 'I 21 EastPine.StreetORLANDO

Rev. Herman Daniel and wife left and Mrs. Frank Wynne, of Fort by them the balance of the sea- Forget an injury, but never forget 1 FLORIDA
Thursday for Fort Myers, he having Lauderdale, arrived last Tuesday son. Mr. Briggs has purchased five that you have forgotten it. j -

been appointed to the pastorateat evening for a visit with relatives.Mr. of the most desirable lots on Massachusetts The things we covet have generally;>

that place by the annual confer- Geo. Aylard, of Cleveland, 0., avenue, which he will have lost their novelty by the time we'
ence. We wish them abundant suc- improved.The can afford them. i JUST OPENED
and now at Winter Park, called on his
cess in their new field of labor. old friend, Dr. S. W. Reed, Friday decorators are busy beautifying -. It costs the government millions' Everything new and complete. As sanitary -
Our school reopened :Monday. and is contemplating a stay at the the interior of the fine bungalowon of dollars a year to maintain the,
We I are pleased to note the returnof Lake View Inn. Maitland avenue and overlookingLake weather bureau, and yet in every as can be. Best, tenderest and freshest

Brother Hope to the :Methodist pas-. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Harris returned Orienta, owned by Mr. B. L.i I community there is an old man with Meats of all kinds.
torate her Malltrie of East Orange, N. J. I rheumatism that sneers at it. |
Wednesday from a visit with Mr. and
Miss Nellie Geiger left Saturdayfor Mrs. Jos. Mills, of Wildwood.Mrs. A wire has been received from There is no effect without a cause. Fish and Oysters in Season

Pierson, where she goes to reopen I. M. Aten came home Friday Minneapolis announcing the death of The girl with the pretty feet never'gets
her schooLliss after spending some little time with Mr. J. 0. Therein, who owned a pret- the bottom of her skirt dirty.Don't j Courteous attention; prompt service and
winter home here, who with his believe all you hear. Lots ,
) Evelyn Gradick has returnedto her sister, Mrs. L. J. Griffin, at New ty prices right. Give me a trial.
of defaulting cashiers have never been
wife has spent several winters in
her home in Jacksonville, after Smyrna.Mrs. .
several days visit to relatives here. Altamonte's delightful climate. Mrs. Sunday school superintendents. I
S. Frank Phillips attended the
Disease attacks the weakest
always
Therien has the heartfelt sympathyof
Mr. L. P. Daniel spent the holidaysat D. A. R. meeting Saturday afternoon her many friends. 'I spot first. Perhaps that is why so J. A. COX, ProprietorPHONE
home.
held at the home of Mrs. S. A. Rob- many people get a cold in the head.
Miss Georgia Pattishall has returned inson, Orlando. I The fellow who can say nothingand 105
' to Tallahassee to resume her )Ir. and Mrs. J. G. Tyner, Miss B. THE LAST OF TIlE I. B. S. A. LEC- make it sound interesting is the
studies in the Woman's college at Hawkins Mr. L. L. Scott enjoyedan TURES SUNDAY !one who shines in society.
that place. auto ride to St. Cloud Sunday

We are glad to note that Miss Bar. afternoon. I
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bara and little Evelyn McLain are recovering Mrs. John A. Eveleth, of Orlando, Today will be the last of the series -

from a recent illness. spent Monday and Tuesday with relatives of free Bible lectures being I
Miss Marie Daniel has returned to S. Frank Phillips and familyand given under the auspices of the
Georgiana to take charge of her C. H. Hoffner and family. International Bible Students' Associa-!
school at that place.A Mrs. James Beby, Sr., and Mrs. tion at the Lucerne theater in Orlando I M. SLEMONSNew
very pleasant social was given. James Beby, Jr., and two children, will be delivered by J. B. :McGee, .
by Miss Jeanetta Sheldon at her II. of Charleston, W. Va.;'J. H. and John !V. M., of Plant City. Mr. McGee D'I
hor.., on New Year's eve. L. Chetwood, of Orlando; N. M. Luck- one of the oldest and most thorough
Mr. Whitcomb, of Bloomington, Ill.,. ett, of Indiana, and D. L. Sessions, 'Bible students in the state and is reputed -
arrived last week. of Kissimmee, are among those reg- to be able to harmonize all the Goods
Arriving DailyWe
The wedding bells are ringing in istering lately at the Lake View Inn. seeming conflicting passages of Scrip-
Geneva. That's what Madam Rumor Rehearsals are now going on for ture in the Book. He solicits written
the next entertainment to be given questions along this line. Years ago
says.Mr.. Ed. Sutton made a business tripto for the benefit of the school piano he became convinced that the true
Sanford Saturday.Mrs. fund. Date has not been set yet but position on any Biblical question

Oscar Nicholson, of Daytona, will be announced shortly. would harmonize every Scripture

is visiting her parents here. touching even in the remotest degreethe sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
The Misses Peters-Annie, Olga ALTAMONTE SPRINGS subject. With this theory for his
and Leda-of Jacksonville, spent the guide his success in unraveling knotty made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.

holidays at home. Altamonte Springs, Fla., Jan. 7. Biblical problems has been phenomenal. Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towels.
Miss Mabel Daniel visited friends .
The Hotel Altamonte is receiving new
in Taft last week. guests by nearly every train and as Mr. McGee's: subjects for today Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.

the rooms are all booked it will soon will be as follows:
& Co. Best place in the city to trade.
PIXE CASTLE NEWS be filled to its capacity.The At 3 p. m., "Our Lord's Return."

Pine Castle, Fla., Jan. 6.-Mr. and 1 Dixie Flyer is in commissionand At 7 p. m., "Setting Up the King-.
Mrs. W. Nettles and Mr. and Mrs. will make connection with pas- dom."
Mat. Alderman visited with :Mrs. senger trains on the A. C. L rail-
There are no two themes of Bible
Janie Tyner on Saturday. road. W. M. SLEMONS
study of more interest to students of
0. N. Goodwill and wife, of Ashta- The Saturday evening and Sunday _
Holy Writ than these and none can
bula, 0., who are staying in Orlando,I evening entertainments are highly
miss them.
afford to
but who were former winter residents appreciated by the guests of the hotel ORANGE AVENUEHMIIIIMHIIIIIM .
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of Pine Castle, were calling among I and the cottagers. The proprietorsare All are cordially invited.

old neighbors recently. royal entertainers and are never Seats free and no collections.

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The Seedling Tree is a thing of the past. ,There is more profit for you DO NOT BE MISLEDby
in planting a budded grove, and waiting three or four years for it to come into
bearing, than there ever can be in buying a seedling grove already in bear citation of individual box or individual shipment returns of other varie
ing, whose product comes directly into competition with countless thou- ties. We have received as high as $12.50 per box for Conner Prolific Grape

sands of acres of other seedling groves, all producing an inferior grade of fruit, but in that case the seasonal average would not apply. Where it would

fruit that sells slowly at ordinary prices. If you already own a seedling grove apply, and has applied, was when we sold this fruit in car loads at $3.00 to
should protect yourself by adding new acreage of budded trees, and become
'- you $4.15 per box, f.o.b. our shipping point, and we expect to sell it next April or
a producer of high grade fruit.
May at $5.00 per box in car lots. That's the kind of Grapefruit to plant to

The Oeklawaha Nurseries Do;Not Propagate Ordinary make money.

Varieties For Commercial PlantingEvery THE OCKLAWAHA NURSERIES are not asking you to pay big prices for
untried varieties; they are not selling Lue Ging Gong and promises; but
line they carry has a distinction. Their CARNEY PARSON BROWNand they are offering you tried out and proven varieties of merit, and commonsense -
their CONNER SEEDLESS early oranges may be marketed early at a application as a marketable product of rare value.
time when prices are good, and taken from the trees long before the bulk of
the seedling fruit begins to move. No danger of loss of fruit crop by frost, Has any one ever told you that "any stock" would do? That a variety
and a long period of rest for the tree, permitting storing up energy for the was a variety and the product would be the same, regardless of the stock or
next season's crop. soil? If so, you have been misled. The different soils of Florida are widely
varied and of highly different composition. They require different stocks, and .
THEIR TARDIFF AND VALENCIA LATE
will develop some variety or classes of fruit to perfection, while others will
come in after all other fruit is out of the way, and produce the fruit that be far from a success. Here the same rule applies that makes one soil suit. .

brings the grower fabulous prices able for native hardwood growth and another pine, and still another saw pal-
mettoes, or swamp growth. Again we say, do not be misled, but come to the
THEIR PINEAPPLE ORANGEhas
Ocklawaha Nurseries for advice as to stock and variety. It is free, and will
been improved each year for fifteen years by close bud selection until save you much disappointment later.
now it is perfect. Its richness of color, wonderful aroma, fine marketingsizes
heavy crops, and its medium late season, make it one of the finest and Ocklawaha Experience applied to your new grove places you abreast of
one of the greatest money makers for the grower.IN the times, and removes the experimental'side of the question. It makes an
expert grower out of the novice. IT :MEANS SUCCESS. I
GRAPEFRUITthe

same care has been exercised to produce the early and late ripening, the WE ARE SITUATED IN THE WESTERN END OF ORANGE COUNTY,
maintenance of desirable size, the clear, bright peel, and the heavy bearing 25 miles from Orlando. We have the S. A. L. railway within one-half mile of
strain that makes their CONNER PROLIFIC and MARSH SEEDLESS varieties our offices, at. Victoria# Station, and have the Bell Telephone service connected
wonders of production, of the very highest quality of fruit, and thus with all local lines through Orlando, and this is at your service. Call us at

pave the way to the richest return to the planter.We any time from anywhere on your business with us.
Our Nurseries have the distinction of being the largest citrus nurseriesin
can prove conclusively that we have earned a gross revenue of $5,900
from an acre of six year old trees of CONNER PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUITsince all Florida, and the only large plant managed directly on the premises.Our .
stock is right, our prices low, and Ocklawaha Service the best in the
planting, and the season of shipment from these trees has covered the
entire marketing period from October to June. The last gathered was goodas world.
the first, and the prices realized ($2.15 on the trees average over the four
seasons of shipment) speak for the quality. Here then are the reasons why as
OUR NEW 1914 CATALOG will be ready about January 1st. Apply now
a commercial proposition CONNER PROLIFIC GRAPEFRUIT is the EAR.
for a copy and tell us what you want in your first letter.
LIEST, LATEST and BEST for you to plant.


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Secretary PASSED Association of CURRENCY the Sends Florida Out LAW Bankers'a ORLANDO BANK & TRUST COMPANY ELECTRIC VACUUMCLEANER



Helpful Letter Orlando, Florida.

Orlando banks have received a cir-
cula letter sent out from Jacksonville Condition at the close of business December 31, 1913 Have your room or house

by Mr. George DeSaussure, secretary RESOURCESLoans
cleaned without dust
of the Florida Bankers' association, or trouble
and Discounts $103,080.10
explaining the federal reserve clause
Overdrafts 362.37 of furniture
of the recently enacted currency law. moving .
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Stocks and Bonds . 26,018.33
the Third
The letter was prepared by
Cash on Hand and in Banks 200,946.57
National bank of St. Louis, and is
Banking House Furniture and Fixtures .
signed by F. 0. Watts, president of 25,971,87$656,3S2.21
The Pierce Electric Co. send Experienced
that instiution. 'Jlr. DeSaussure is of an
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the opinion that it is the most illuminating
LIABILITIES
thing which has been printed man
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concerning the law, and he thinks Capital Stock . . . . . . ... . . . . . . . $1QO,000.00

Florida banks will be benefited by Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 35,214.86

studying it, so that they in turn may Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . .'. . . .'. . 521,167.38 SEE THEM FOR TERMS
explain it to their patrons. It. may .

" be remarked, incidentally, that Mr. $656,382.24

DeSaussure is being urged for appointment -

to a place on the federal Deposits on Dec 31, 1912 . . . . . 189,971.68

reserve board. The letter in question Deposits on Dec 31, 1913 . . . . . . . . . $521,167.38 COJn
follows: '

We are in receipt of and many inquiries there Increase . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . 31,195.70
from our customers, we,
fore, take the liberty of issuing this The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Trust OHTJBCH STREET

expression We believe on the the law federal contains reserve all act.the Company desire to call the attention of its depositors and

fundamentals for which bankers have friends, and the citizens of Orlando to the above statement. IIIIIIMIIMIIIII tlllllllltllllltltMmHIMIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII

contended for years, and though they The management of the Bank feels that this showing reflects

may not appear in detail just as the the conservative, sane and progressive methods employed in
banker would have them, they are not
Hit
t this financial institution. confidence and
Strength begets
applied in a way Ito work injury or
that may not be remedied by future strength is nowhere displayed better by a bank than in.health-
legislation. ful statements to its patrons.
The system provides for: ((1)) A
central system of bank reserves into M. 31. SMITH, President .
thousands of scat At Sacrifice Price
regional units from
tered ones. . ((2)) A new currency W. M. DAVIS, Vlce-President C. E. NOLAN, Cashier a
which will be both safe and elastic-
with all the essentials of a true bank n'iiiii.'iii.'iiiill.'iil.'llillii.MilllliiiiHl'
note issue, it surely is not "fiat" because .
of the government's relation to
it There is no bank note in the world
superior to it. ((3)) Use in the proper
channels of trade of the funds collected

by the government and for years Several choice lots for immediate sale. Located just
injuriously'withdrawn from use by Fresh Candies
being locked into treasury vaults. ((4)) one lot off Magnolia avenue on Concord avenue. Improved -
Agencies through which commercial

paper will have Government a sure bonds and stable Butter Scotch . . . . . . . . 20c. Ib. Peppermint Sticks . . . . . . 20c. Ib. with sidewalk and fruit trees. One of the choicest
market. (5)) being
placed on a proper, credit basis instead Chocolate Nut . . . . . . . . 20c. Ib. Pegnolia Crisp . . . . . . .. 30c. Ib. locations in Orlando.

of on a fictitious law mad< Peanut Crisp . . . . . . . . 20c. Ib. Dixie Cream . , , , , , ,40c. Ib.

basis, and the ultimate retirement of: Menthal Drops . . . . . . . ... .20c. Ib. Nougat . . . . . . . . . . . .40c. Ib.
bond secured currency. ((6)) National
banks establishing foreign branches Hoarhound Drops . . . . . . 20c. Ib. Walnut Cream Caramels . . . 40c. Ib. The Price is Right

and the retrospection right of acceptance.A of the agitation. on Gum Drops . . . . . . . . . 20c. Ib.Chocolate Almonds

currency reform justifies surprise at Chocolate Cherries Chocolate Marshmallows
such an early passage and congratulation Chocolate Grapes Chocolate Creams
to the president, to congress of Chocolate Caramels Chocolate Filberts
the United States, to the bankers, who
have been most burdened by Jaw, and and many other good and fresh candies. Salted Pistachios, Almonds and Peanuts. ''Pi
to the country, so much in need of a Ice Cream, $1.25 per gallon. Fresh Fruit, $1.10. 15c extra for delivering any

good The banking act properly and currency gives the system.federal quantity. Special attention paid to parties. Should be pleased to show any one J ,

board the broad powers essential to throughour factory.
a practical unification of the regional Phone
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banks. In light of the events of the HOT DRINKS SERVED Watkins. Block
year there prevails throughout the
country the belief that the appointees FRENCH DRIP COFFEE AND CREAM, 5 cents.
of the president will be worthy of the Hot Milk Cholocate with lOc. >HHIIMItliii MMMMH
( whipped cream) . . . .
power and of the great responsibility
which they will assume. Tomato Bouillon . . . . . . . . lOc. Hot Malted Milk . . . . . . . . lOc.

Some of our inquirers have asked Beef Bouillon . . . . . . . . . . 10c>
Hot Lemonade . . , . , , , lOc.
to the probability of inflation or
as Hot Egg Malted Milk . . . . . . 15c.
undue expansion of credits. Such a
condition is possible, but improbable. Hot Pineapple lOc. Hot Egg Bouillon . . . . . . . . 15c. The Altamonte i
There can be no inflation or harmful
expansion except through the bank : / Co.
er Ca.nd.3r
a
ers and by concert between the federal ,
reserve board, the federal reserve ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, FLORIDA.A .
bank and the member bank-three 134 SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE beautiful 9 mile
auto ride from Orlando
(or A. C.L
conserving elements-where one, the
member or independent bank, could itiimiiiiiitt MimiiMiiiitMillllllHItM R.R.) Come out and get the best dinner served in inte-
under the old system indulge in undue rior Florida. Orchestra, etc. The Altamonte has the
which often would most beautiful and healthful location
expansion 441 ,,$$ 011111$01111 111001110 000000 00 0t IMIIIIIMin in Florida, on
spread through the whole region and high ridge between two lovely 'lakes, 40 acres in parks.
at times over the whole country, causing Golf Tennis
a hoarding of reserves and panic.In Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shooting, etc.
Hotel has 500 feet broad
piazza. All modeen
other words, one bank or banker improve
might cause the disaster that follows ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests
either undue expansion or contractibn, Only Altamonte Spring water used. Illustrated booklet.
while under the new system three .
superior agencies must be brought

into sible.action before either will be pos MONTGOMERY GEO. E. BATES & SON, Proprietors

This bank has, by the unanimous
resolution of its board of directors, (Summer Resort"The Grand," Mount Vernon, N. H.

applied for membership. AT HMMIIIIIimilMlllliiiMiNEW



APOPKA ITEMS COOK AUTO COMPANY

(Continued from page 2)) SHEET MUSIC
'I published in a Kentucky newspaper

from the pen of an Apopka resident

who, after commenting on the possibilities We have just received from New York over
here, adds: "You see that

here it is different from the man's
300 pieces of the latest '
view who went through Kansas some I I can make your car like very 'Broadway

years ago in an emigrant wagon with

this inscription in large letters painted new. See me quick if you hits Tangos Waltzes, Two Steps Rags and

on its side'Colorado and elevation -

Kansas and stagnation, Popu want your car painted.MHIMIHIMIMMMIIIIIIHMMIMMMMHIHIIMM all the late popular songs.If .
listic admiration and damnation; I'm

to wife's relation and make
going my
no further explanation. you wish to know wnat is really the

"To emigrants and tourists we offer
this suggestion: rage in music on "The Great White Way. "

"Come to Florida; correct in elevation .

where a man of education can Come in and see this lot.

engage in speculation; bring along

your wife's relation, have a good time
and free salvation, with no danger of W. S. BRANCH,

starvation, this is worth consideration Take your repairing to Waraan on Twenty-eight acres, twelve acres Clean sweep sale Overcoats, Suits,

and is no prevarication. Come and Court street 12-5-tf in grove, four hundred bearing trees, Sweaters, Woolen Underwear. Brown The Arcade Book and Music Store
and two hundred budded
see. young grape & Lartigue. l-6-6t
fruit, eight hundred boxes of fruit
of
Mr. E. J. Osborne, proprietor
Ocklawaha Nurseries, home of Flor now on trees. Price $3,200.
the Wekiwa hotel at Wekiwa Springs, 1 If want to sell anything, remember
ida's best fruit trees, easily reached Eighty acres; twenty-five acres W. T. ENTRICAN, you WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
was business visitor in town Tuesday cleared and fenced, house out the Sentinel want columns.
a from all parts of Orange, Lake, Semi- and Painter and interior decorator. New AND DO ALL KINDS OF
buildings. Price $1,500. ideas and old ones, too. Phone 636. Everybody reads it OPTICAL
nole, Osceola and Volusia counties by Twenty acres on lake front, well Expert workmen employed. REPAIRING
Mr. E. C. who succeeded L
Hyde, auto over hard surfaced roads, most located, three hundred bearing orange 12-21-lm
0. White as conductor on the A. C. L convenient for all planters and most trees. Price $2,200. 4iiimiiiMimtmiMttDRS.j'
railway 'and Kissim- Twenty fruit land
between Apopka acres good on
reliable in Florida. Ocklawaha Nurseries
Subscribe for the Sentinel.Automobile WM. HARPER
race, has been looking for a location lake front, two acres bearing orange
Tangerine, Fla. Write for cat
grove, good six room house. Price
HARPER
for his JOSEPHINE
will
family here and move alog. $1,000.
here as soon as a suitable place can Twenty-five acres bearing orange MllilMHIIIIMIMIMM OSTEOPATHSOldestEstabUshed
be secured. grove located on lake front within the
FOR SALE i For late ? Practice In DR. L H.
Misses Berryt Murrell and Larson city limits. Ideal location for subdi ; : Orlando RAMSDELL
vision. Price
have returned to the Woman's college, Thirty-five acres, fronting on Lake $10,500- : New Five Passenger 19 W. Church Street, 'Up-Stairs OPTOMETRIST
Tallahassee, after spending a pleasant Conway, 25 acres of fruit land, and J. E. CRAWFORD Contu tationand Examination (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins)
holiday ten acres of garden land, one hun Office over Blue Drug Store iPHONE 419 } FreeIIIIIIIIHItlltilMIIMItt
vacation at home with home
dred bearing orange trees, small 117 S. Orange Avenue ORLANDO, FLORIDAINFORMAT
folks. house and barn. Price $2,500. Phone 404




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1 THE DAILY DEATH OF LITTLE BEN HANSON YOORHEES-IAGRUDER MARRIAGE MimilllMIMMIMIMMMMMIMMIMMIMMIIIIi \\f
SPIRE AS SEEN BY THE
South Florida SentinelMORNING GEORGIANOver A. Y. FULLER R. L FOX
AND WEEKLY Ben Hanson Spire, the sixyearoldson Biggest Bargain in

JOSIAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner.Entered of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Spire, died the face of Daniel Cupid, that THE PALMS AUTO CO Orlando
at the poetoflfice at Orlando Florid Saturday at 12:30 p. m. at their homeat engaging, eternally youthful gentleman
*. M Second Claw Mail Matter.
Formosa. who has been our leading arch-
TO ADVERTISERS: This is the second child Mr. and REO MOTOR CARS
Good house
ery expert for ages, is spread a grinas seven room newly
Copy for display and all other handset M rs. Spire have lost in ten days, little radiant as the dawn-and from his decorated fine shade
Bdvtruiinf mast be handed in at the business months having life and how cost of upkeep. We also ; trees and
office of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. ra. Frederick James, age 17 belt there dangles the scalp of a For long carry a
the day before publication. This rule applies died on New Year's day. grand career and the scalp of j tropical shrubbery; lot 65 feet
opera a
to changes for contract advertising: it is full stock of supplies'and accessories. Have a good force
invariable and mil be strictly adhered to. The mother with her two boys visited polo playing career, both sacrificed on front and 300 feet deep about
her aged grandfather near Arcadia the altar of Hymen as a tribute to of competent repair men. All our work is absolutely
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: 40 citrus trees chicken
{ ; and tool
One Year .....................$5.00 spending the holidays there. the prowess and good aim of the little guaranteed. i
Six Months .... ....... ....... 2.50 Baby Fred was taken suddenly ill blind god, says the Atlanta Georgianof I house. Seven blocks from post-
Three Months ............ ..... 1.25 with dysentery and was hurried home, Wednesday.Once I office. Actual value $2,500.
but lived only a few days. the grand opera careeer was
In Advance Ben Hanson became ill during the the hope of Miss Adelaide Voorhees, I Owner is a nonresident and has

SUNDAY, JANUARY 11, 1914. funeral of his brother and lived but a young society girl of Warren, Ohio, THE PALMS AUTO CO l:Authorized i us to sell for $1S 0.

Even Orozco has a certain respect ten days. The children were evidently and James B. Magruder, Jr., a young
for Villa. i attacked with a most malignant formof man of Orlando, Fla., and also of FULLER & FOX, Proprietors. '
o the malady, as nothing that med- Leisure, had visions of a polo career Cooper S Atha
Heho steals my purse, steals ical skill could do could save them. that would make the Waterbury boys ..1111 I III 11111 1111 I 1111 III 11111111111 1111 II 111111111 ;
trash; but he who robs me of my Ben Hanson, though of tender look like their time-keeping namesake f 114 SOUTH ORANGE AYE
pork chops makes me poor indeed.o years, had won by his happy ways and alongside a ship's chronometer.But 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111II
unsually bright mind a large circleof now-
Orlando is one of the first of Flor- friends who mourn his death. Well, Miss Voorhees and Mr. Ma i Orlando, Florida
ida cities to make application to be The funeral will take place this gruder met at the Piedmont hotel in 1253m.
in the reserve system provided founder r morning at 10 o'clock at the SeventhDay Atlanta Tuesday night-Atlanta be-
the currency law. Orlando is Adventist church at Formosa; ing a sort of halfway house for loving Notice to Auto Owners S
burial at Winter Park.
always on the firing line. couples from the North and the South - ----
a -and there was the traditional "as- iiiMiiiiimiiifiiMini
Sanford people have been seeing MRS. EDWARD HAUSELT WAS sembly of relatives and friends," and I
things-they sighted an airship yesterday THE HOSTESSMrs. the Rev. Frank D. Hunt, of Decatur, R. L. HOLLAND
afternoon, and sped the news said a few words, and- i j Supreme Auto Oil
Edward Hauselt was hostesson Says Mrs. .Magruder: "My husband
on to Orlando. But it didn't come will old Auto
recover or Buggy
for two-table card club- your
Friday a will
this way. Maybe the wind changed.The never play polo again. He will
o the players for the day being Miss ride with me and with his friends, for Tops. Make Back and CushThe
Mexican rebels have accomplished Porter, Miss Ray, substitute for Mrs. we both love horses-but farewell to your oil that has
the impossible-they have I Gedge, Mrs. Adele Irwin, Mrs. Thayer polo! It's too dangerous!" ion Slip Covers and Auto Top dust stood the supreme -
Mrs. Haden substitute for ,
Mrs. "
taken Ojinaga. That rebel leader, Says Mr. Magruder ,My wife will
Villa, who can neither read nor write, i I Harriet Miller, Mrs. Mcllvaine, and! never sing in public any more! Her covers. New top or cushion work for test
is without question a great leader. Miss Kilmer, who made the high music shall brighten our home and
o sco e. those of our friends, but the public- carriages and buggies at reasonable --="-= THAT _
Dainty refreshments were servedat never again!" ,
Huerta says Mexico is like a snake,
with its life in its head, and he adds the conclusion of the games. And Cupid grinned, marked two ar- prices All work and material guar-
that the head will have to be batteredoff rows, "A Bull's-Eye," and put themin
before he yields. There is no MUNICIPAL LEAGUE NOTICE his files. anteed by T. M. Coppedge, Trimmer E0011 ulf asoline

doubt that Mexico has a hard head, Some two years ago Miss Voorhees,
but harder heads have been cracked. The last regular meeting' of the having a voice of unusual quality and
o :Municipal League for the old yearwill power, went to Rollins college, Winter -AT-
The president came out of his retirement be held next Monday night at; Park, Fla., to study vocal music.

before his at last Pass day's Christian stay there the, and day 7:30 Rest at Room their, corner rooms Main in the and Tea Pine and the Orlando polo was grounds close, where by, and Mr. likewise Magruder R L Le HOLLAND CARRIAGE b[ s SHOP r P. G. WALTON, Agt. {

A number
shook the hands of all the merry vil streets. of prominent citizens was in action much and often.
lagers. He gave them something to will address the league in an Miss Voorhees attended a polo
remember for the rest of their lives. informal way and business of an im match. Mr Magruder saw and ad- I PHONES 450.269
o portant nature will come before the mired. Later there was a recital at
It's up to the Lakeland Telegramto meeting at this time, and it is also the college, and Mr. Magruder came, 11111111111111111111111111.
give the Polk County Record a calling election night, when officers for the saw and was conquered. Later there or
down. That paper refers to new year are to be elected. Every were long horseback rides, and pretty
Lakeland's celebration as its third member is urgently requested to be soon Cupid began riding on the pom-
teenth, whereas it was her thirty- present at this meting.DR. mels of their saddles and taking shots
first. Lakeland is not ashamed of its J. C. HOWELL, President. at them.
age. A reversal of the figures makesa W. H. PALMER, Secretary. Last spring Miss Voorhees went
difference. home with an enviable reputation as
- LIVING PICTURESAt a singer. Letters followed, and one
One of Orlando's civic organiza- day there came two letters, both being .
tions wants to bring a physician for the Lucerne theater on February3rd pretty much based on the question .
sick cities to Orlando, but that isn't under the management of MissAntoinette "Will you?"
because Orlando is sick. We merely Slemons and Mr. W. S. One was from Mr. Magruder and
want to show the physician how well Branch, Jr., with Mrs. James Laugh- the other was from a New York grand
the city is. Mayor Sperry was brag in III. in charge of the dancing. opera company, offering her an en- elder Gifts Are wAiavs Appreciated
ging a few days ago about the 1-11-tf gagement. Miss Voorhees consideredthe ,
healthy condition of our city. matter for so much as a minute-
i, 0 ROSALIND NOTICE then she wrote a letter in which she .
Bob Holly of the Sanford Herald The regular monthly business meet said, "I will!"
of the Rosalind club will be heldon And then she I
has dropped into verse, after the and her mother, Mrs.
ample of the immortal Silas Wegg. Monday afternoon at three-thirty. E. F. Voorhees, came'to Atlanta to We carry complete stock and can
There's class whatever Robert undertake ELOISE ROBINSON, Sec'y. meet Mr. Magruder, who brought with
The subject of his muse is 1-1O2td him his father and brother, J. B. and suit all tastes. Come in and look us over.
a welcome to the commission men. Clarence Magruder, and his old friend,
We're wondering, though, what kinof d MENDELSSOHN CLUB M. J. Daetwyler, and Mrs. Daetwyler.
inspiration Bob Holly and Fred The regular rehearsal will be held I They have left Atlanta for a tour i
DeBerry tanked up on to be able to on Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at of the South and will later make their ,
spout verse on such a subject. the Civic League Tea apd Rest Room, home in Orlando. ,
corner Pine and Main streets.
o

The city commissioners are after I Mrs. A. K. Giles, of Hiram, Ohio,
the people who thoughtlessly litter Mrs. Susie Riddle-Miller, one of and Mrs. Tear and Mrs. Blair have
up the streets with waste paper, or Orlando's most attractive visitors, left arrived in Orlando and have .secured
ange peel and other such trash. Or yesterday for a week's visit to friendsin apartments at the home of Mr. and
lando's streets are notably clean, and the southern part of the state. :Mrs. Geo. A. Barker on West Central
the commissioners are to be commended i avenue.
for wanting them to be It is no wonder a wife and mother
neater. Trash cans are conveniently takes so much pride in her husbandand the JewelerOPPOSITE
Taking too much whiskey straigh T.H.Evans
placed along the sidewalks and it is children. She usually has no will put a kink in your stomach.MMMMMMMMMMHMM. :
little trouble to dispose of the trashin other channels in which to vent her ,
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the cans. ambition. ---
o POSTOFFICE

Score for the city commission. The i Andrew Carnegie has given ten

refunding bonds are to be redeemedin millions to promote peace. Most of KNULLFLORALCOI L I EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
part, and the city will be rid of us would feel at peace with all the
three per cent interest which it ha; world on less than that. CUT FLOWERSOUR

been paying-represented in the difference I SPECIALTY ,
between the four cent. Old men with lots of dough are e
per Phone 25)6) TAMPA FLA.
received on the sinking fund and the often "crusty." llllillllMBOIitllHilMNew
seven per cent paid on the bonds i
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The saving will be considerable, but :
BIG REMOVAL SALE
somehow it wasn't attended to before '
the commissioners took charge. Studebakers are HereFour

o TOWoT
The plan of Mrs Ella Flagg Youngto Cylinder, Five Passenger Touring I
teach sex hygiene in the Chicago Car $1,115. '
schools has been defeated
by the
school board, the vote being largel Four Cylinder Landau-Roadster, 1265.

against the innovation. 1\1 rs. Young Six Cylinder, Six Passenger Touring Car, Extra Special all Next Week
had started a course of lectures, and 1640. .
the matter contained in them was
Prices'f.o.b. Orlando.
submitted to the authorities with the .
result that it was barred from the All Cars fully equipped with Electric Lights and at the ridiculous prices of $3.98, $2.98 and
mails. This was decisive, and the starter---and every up-to-day equipment. Come $3 to $25 Hats 1.98 each. Every Hat must go.
"purity lectures" were stopped.The around and see them. I
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latest in a recent dances cartoon are vividly, lodgingthe portrayed San Juan Garage Co. I Monday and Tuesday's Special, All $1 Eponge at 63c yardIt

name of the artist with the im
mortals. The repertoire of any mod pays to take advantage of these extra specials during the sales. Buy while buy-

ern dancer must include the jelly All Night ServiceAJAX ing isr good.
wabble, the horse shoe bend, the
monkey wrench, the kitchen sink, the
mucilage glide and the banana slip. TIRES guaranteed] 5000 miles Five
Unless you can qualify for all of per cent off for cash. . .A.Ero: : N E. :evES
these you are not by any means up .
a to date in the terpsichorean art. 4




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Get real Tailormade Clothes at the same prices?


MR. AL. MEIS
are not only the highest grade candies you can !
\Vho has charge of Tailoring has
our Department
buy, but the freshest. Made in our clean kitchens, where
had 25 years experience in this line and is thoroughly -
sunshine and fresh air abound. If you give your wife or familiar with every detail. He will guarantee to

sweetheart a box of Butt's Chocolates or Caramels she make clothes that will please you-fit your person
and suit your pocket book.
will always greet you with a welcoming smile. Take one

to her tonight. We Use Nothing But All


Wool Cloth.The .


Linings and Trimmings are warranted and every -

L BUTT'S' KANOY KITCHEN[ I : garment isGuaranteed

. I :I to hold its shape

: until worn out.

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


III.I\ Three piece suits $20 to $50.

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Miss Elizabeth Donnan, of You'll Get What You Want and Like

WADE Mary ington Branham.One, D. C., .is the guest of I j j T l What You Get.

THE TUNER ; t
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ORLANDO, FLA.A. dollar will pay for !I I
to.the Confederate ball and for I f 6:30 | : I
pertoo. A fine menu will be

Miss Lillian Conner, of the I |
P. Heyman has arrived from dral school, is spending the I >QDCHDc!

Dayton, 0., to spend the winter with her parents at Tangerine. drama Tlie yowellphlokwolhtli Co

Mr. Leslie Perrine arrived last Ultra Fashionable Wash I
Sea"
night from Chicago, and is the guestof found in magnificent
Lawrence
Jenkins Dolive. Boardman's "Store of
Orlando's Largest Store
Ladies' hair dressing, massage,, Mr. A. M. Beach arrived last
shampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber from Washington, D. (/., and Weber
Shop. 1-2-tf spend several days in this you! "Quality Did It"iliiHimilllMiMMIMMMMMtMtlilMIMIIIHI

J. K. McElroy, of Bowling Green, The Grand orchestra will make !,
Ky., is in the city to spend the bait music for the Daughters of the -- --

ance of the winter. federacy dance Tuesday, January I 4 .

M rs. Isaac Vanderpool and :Miss :Mr. Comely, the violinist, will I and best::
Kitty Vanderpool, of Maitland, were at the Confederate ball, the I 4 and i '1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111'Money
visitors to the ,city yesterday. 4 636.
of January 20. One dollar pays
I
$17.50 will buy a $25 Hart, Schaff- everything, including Comely's
ner & Marx Suit at Scrugg & Dick- New Hats for old ones-the to Loan
i Hats II
son. l-7-6t change can be made and prices ; ,, & Lar
Mrs. B. B. Davis, of Atlanta, Ga., at Boardman's "Store of 102t'I II ,
1
arrived )yesterday on a visit to her sister tion." .' ,1.6-61

Mrs. Henry Bartlett. Mr. Fels Brown, nephew of the to be de-I Loans in sums of$500 to $3000 j
Dr. L. G. Moore, of Kinsman, Ohio, Archdeacon Brown, let t Friday :I
who is spending the winter in Apopka, his home in Baltimore, taking : : .prove 10-2t JI J on IMPROVED INSIDE property fora j
Orlando visitor steamer
was an yesterday.Mr. Somerset from I I
R. L. Howard, of Brooking, yesterday.Ask I I I term of FIVE years. Principal \
S. D., who is spending the winter at to see the latest north-
; j and interest in
Apopka, spent yesterday in Orlando. Fancy Check Voiles, priced very I Address,1 payable monthly :
will at 25 cents a yard-only at [ Edwards,I
$14.75 buy a $20. Hart, Schaffner I 1-11-lt: instalments.
& Marx Suit at Scruggs & Dick- man's "Store of Satisfaction. I

son. 1-7-Gt Mrs. Root, who
Harry has
either:
Judge J. D. Howe has arrived from visiting her mother, Mrs. D. Room suit- I s. : w&t..OIH..iI..II..HIIlI.IIIIIIItII.II.ItIIs444

Washington, D. C., to spend his eighth Thompson, on Lucerne Circle, Will ,
winter here. lie is registered at the turned to her home in Plant City I I: suitable street.for,. # -; ;
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Tremont. terday. --
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Eat what you want. Big deliveries of new Spring II. -Two,I
Eat all you want. fabrics, including dainty Silk, ; first, sec
Take a postscript and forget it. Ratines, Tartan Check, Voiles, Taylor's I
For sale by all druggists. street, Or-!
Crepes-at Boardman's
1-7-d&wlyrMr. "Store of in town. .
isfaction.
S. J. B. Irwin, one of Mait-
land's energetic and progressive citi- :Mrs. Sybrant Wesselins and PatronsOf

zens, was a county seat visitor yesterday daughter, Dorothy, of Grand
Mich., and Mrs. James A.
Milwaukee, Wis. The Sanitary Grocery were greeted with a. Great
Mrs. T. A. Neal left yesterday for are popular
her home in Sanford, after spendinga of the Pines. White Way when they entered that place of business

week in Orlando as the guest of the Miss Frances Tefft and Mr.
issued order
yesterday, Messrs. Caruthers & Gore an
Summerlin.Mr. Tefft arrived last night from ,

W. D. Galpin, one of Orlando's Falls, N. Y., and will spend the that went into effect with the New Year, that all clerksin
several weeks in
popular winter visitors, has arrived located with Mrs.Orlando. They their employ must wear white uniforms.
from Chicago, and as usual will make Mary
his home at the Summerlin. North Orange avenue.
The Confederate ball
to be
Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes are
the best. We are now selling these I evening of January 20 is going
one of the social events of
tlje
clothes I
at cut prices. Scruggs &
Dickson. 1-7-6t You can't afford to miss it, S
Tickets are one dollar and
Mr. H. II. Witherington, one of. cludes supper. Pine THE SANITARY GROCERY
Apopka's oldest and best known citi- Wood :
Mr. Albert Kettle and family
zens, was a county seat visitor yes CARUTHERS & GORE
terday. stopping at the Wyoming. Mr.
tle is connected with the Yard
Mrs. J. A. Heyl and Mr. Irving
son Gazette. He will return in a i Phone 200 6 & 8 Pine Street
Heyl, have leased the Dale cottage on
days, leaving his family here to
Margaret street for a year and will
the winter. Pine St.
move from the Tremont on the first CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.aiilillOtlllllllMtftTT'T" .
of February Mr. Osborne G. Wolcott, Posts
Oviedo's oldest " "
and most MIMM-- TTMi
Edgar Platt who has been confinedat .. ,
citizens, was in Orlando ) ---- -- - -- - -- ---
the Church Home and Hospitalwith greeting his numerous friends. 1 I,-,I II . III 1111 1. I.. I 1 1 II.. I II 1II1111 111111111111

rheumatism for the past two understand that Mr. Wolcott :

again.months, is able to be about the streets applicant for postmaster at A7T., S.A.JE
and if chosen will make an (

Mrs. A. G. Seeber and mother, Mrs.E. one. !'I January 6th, we will offer our Clothing, Hats, Sweaters,

S. Granger, of Waterloo, Wis., Eat what you want. I! \Vool Underwear at cut prices for CASH.
are stopping at the Pine"s.Irs.. Eat all you want.
Take a postscript and forget
Granger is of the daughtersof
one teal For sale by all durggists. Suits 20.50 $25.00 Overcoats $17.50
the Revolution. &
- Suits 20.00 Overcoats 14.75
Clean sweep sale of Regal Shoes. Warman Repairs and Retires Suits 17.50 18.00 Overcoats 13.50

Brown & Lartigue. 1-6-6t Carriages on Court street. Suits 14.75 15.75 16.50 Overcoats 12.00

Is this Christ's or Satan's king Are you looking for the I
dom? Hear McGee at Lucerne thea coming of Christ? Hear ) SWEATERS HATS
ter Sunday. 10-2t the theater Sunday, 3 p. m. I
$3.00 Sweaters '$2.25 $5.00 Hats $3.50

-..-- 2.50 Sweaters l.iS' 4.00 Hats 2.75

2.00 Sweaters 1.3) 3-oo Hats 2.25

1.50 Sweaters ; 1.10 2.50 Hats 1.75
For Phone
20
Drugs Remember.we only handle the celebratedHart.Schaffner & Marx line of Clothes.All .

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

Kodak Department-We Develop and Print Your Films.

SCRUGGS & DICKSONThis

The Mcelroy Pharmacy
store is the home of Hart Schaftner & Marx clothes

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PEOPLE'S FOR RENT-A'4-room house in Con- NICELY FURNISHED ROOM for trent \IM '
WANTS
Be Sold at Once cord Park. Apply at corner Ame- ; choice location; moderate
r lia and Putnam streets. A. D. But- price. 202 East Robinson_ Ave.MISCELLANEOUS_ _
man. l-9-3t u

3 Handsome 6-room bungalow, MUNNIMAKERS FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for I
l Notices of Lost. Wanted For Sale For light housekeeping all
; conven-!
well located, brand new. Not Rent etc. for this column 25e for one day, iences. Also large WANTED-Dining room girls. Apply'
. hoc for three days or $1.00 for one week for single room. 217 Orland hotel 1-6-tf .
much more than the price of lot. 25 words or less. Money most accompanythe Robinson Ave., East. l-ll-3t
advertisements fer this column as no DRESSMAKING at 307 E. Pine St.
Easy terms if wanted. insertions will be made on credit. FOR RENT-Furnished large front 12-12-lm
room all modern conveniences
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FOR SALE with private family; close in, 302 WANTED-Two or three boarders.
Price $1350Another North Orange Ave. 1-6-6t Inquire 20.4V.. Pine St. 1-11-3t
Finest Line ofSouvenir
Warman Sells, and Fixes Bicycles, AGRICULTURAL blasting, ditching,
FOR RENT-Two large well
Court street. 12-5-tf rooms tree ,
stump
beauty overlookingfine on subsoiling planting
located reasonable rent the
by
;
blowing, orchard renovating; land I China
lake, with bath and electric FOR SALE-New $15 dress-making month or year. 406 S. East St. cleared ready for the plow. Dynamiteand
form, for $8. Call 218 Ridgewoodavenue I 1-6-lw supplies. Estimates cheerfully :
lights. Same owner. Easy mornings. 1-3-tf I'FOR RENT-Furnished rooms; ev- I ifurnished. L N. Lewis, 406 East St., Ever in Orlando

terms. FOR SALE-By owner, 308 N. Main)| erything new and modern; large verandas -J Orlando, Fla. 1-6-lm :
street, 8-room house with sleeping] ; three minutes from postoffice, .
porch, bath, electric lights, fruit trees. ;in best part of city. Three to five GOOD RELIABLE PARTY TO RUN\-
Price $1800For Centrally located. Lot 77 by 223 feet. I dollars per week. 308 West street. BOARDING HOUSE-Eleven room : .
1-8-3t 1-8-lw house, partially furnished; good loca- .
tion at Maitland, Fla. Want some
location and floor plan FOR SALE-A good small business OAK LODGE APARTMENT HOUSE good reliable party to run boarding : McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
that will pay a handsome income. OPEN to take in roomers and light house. More boarders than house will
Cooper & Atha, 114 South Orange housekeepers. Everything new and accommodate. Rent reasonable. Apply -':
"See SMITH"The Ave. 1-8-Gt '.neat. Corner Church and Osceola. to Walter Drennen Co., Maitland,,I
II.1'l46tMMIMMMIMMMMMMMMMUMieMMMiMMIM Fla. 1-8-31 i II
FOR SALE OR RENT-With stock I: STORENext
man who never blows hot and tools, best farm in county; variety -
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fruits, 1,600 trees; elegant up- j :
air into to inflate
a description to-date buildings, etc. Box 144, Or- i'
the The who has lando, J. Van Buskirk. 12-21-tf
price. man
TO SELL : I r
the property you want at the FOR SALE-Buick car, four passenger .
1912 make. Has been thor- , Door to Evan's Jewelry Store,11,11,1,1111,1.,11,11.1111.1,11,1.1.111.1.1.
price you can afford to pay, and oughly overhauled. Price $450. Only :

who actually makes sales. Jos.reason D.for Wilson selling, 511 am E.going Orange away.St., i ; Four modern California Bunga- ;\ \I:

Lakeland, Fla. l-9-3t : : lows now in construction. r;
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fifty tangerine trees, and 750
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three championship tournaments are itself in two years. Address P. 0. .
to be selected by the delegates to the Box 105, Orlando, Fla. .

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Golf association, which convened at HOUSES FOR SALE I -
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the Waldorf-Astoria here today. The Three nice new cottages and sev- EIGHT-ROOM furnlsned house WANTED-To rent a piano for three
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championships are the amateur, open eral lots with young trees, on Orlando and electric lights. 205 E. Robinson]I months. Apply 411 West street. '
and women's. It is believed that at Heights, cheap; owner wanting to go avenue, on Lake Eola. 12-23-tf 1-9-3t -
South. at 308 Gore I
Apply avenue, WANTED-Permanent board and ..
least one of the tournaments will go Orlando, Fla. 1-11-3t
FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for room by young lady employed. Ad-
West. FOR SALE light housekeeping; all conven- dress "Comfort," care Sentinel.
Under an amendment to the bylawsof iences. Also large single room. 217 18.3t "Kill the Chill"All
Four lots, corner Amelia and Mill
Ave. East. l-7-3t
the association, the executive com- street, Four lots Robinson ,
$800. corner Amelia
WANTED-Office work
mittee is now compelled to select at and Sullivan street, $1,000. Also by a lady

least three courses of associationclubs Call 100x236 corner Magnolia and Amelia. FOR flat for RENT-Furnished light housekeeping three; all room con- ferred.with experience Address "S; ,stenographic" care the Senti-pre- indications point toward a cold win-
address
A. F. Newkirk
on or ,
which are presented to the dele- nel. l-8-3t
veniences central rent cheap. In-
504 Magnolia avenue. l-7-3t ; ; ter this and the best
gates at the annual meeting. From quire 23 E. Pine street, or phone 571. WANTED-At once, child nurse; one year way to be comfortable -

the list of courses submitted by the FOR SALE 1-11-lw willing to travel Apply 411 South cold and
on mornings
executive committee, the delegates select Good property; 40 acres little northof Main street. l-6-3t eveningsor

the ones they consider most to Orlando, on beautiful lake. Young FOR RENT-Nicely furnished, quiet during the day in office is have
I to
WANTED-Team of horses, your a
budded grove, bearing; good rooms in new home, close in; elec- wagon
be desired. The ideal place for poultry dweUing.j tric light, hot and cold water bath, and farm implements. D. P. Sias,
Robert C. Watson, president of the farm-good range, plenty room, good I fireplace in large front room. 114 83 Arcade building. l-6-3t
association,' asserted today that this milk trade established. Will sell stock East Jackson street. l-10-3t YOUR SUIT WANTS PRESSING.Just REZNOR GAS HEATERThey

would simplify the selection of the with place. Box 34, Route 2, Orlando,I ring 448 for the Arcade Pressing -
Fla. 12-15-lra FOR RENT Four-room furnished i Club. The boy will call. Club
President championship Watson courses.wrote letters Last to year a FOR SALE 0 I I cottage, one block off Orange ave- I rate, 8 pieces $1. Ladies' work a spe- are cheap to buy and very economical -

number of the clubs, taking them to cleared Farm, seven of twenty acres acres cultivated., ten acres 21-2 nue Inquire, Concord 706 W.Park.Amelia$15.00 avenue.per month. WANTED-Ladies cialty. bring your 1-10-lm comb- 3 to 6 cents an hour, according to the

task for lack of loyalty to the organ- miles west of Taft P. 0., near Lake 1-9-2t ings and cut hair to 305 Garland size and the cleanest- and
ization in not offering their links for Davis. Good wire fence on three street. We will make them as desired - are most con-
the championships.When sides. Small new house and well FOR RENT-New furnished rooms in or purchase same for cash.
the next amateur championship About 15,000 feet of saw timber. new modern home; every conven. Nickolas & Nickolas. 12-30-lm venient heating made. No wood, ashes or
Land all dry and suitable for truck- ience; kitchenette if desired; reason-
is held, only those rated from ing or citrus fruit. Am too old to able. 14 E. Amelia avenue, next door LOST-Gold cuff link, with initial"B oil to carry just turn the valve and strike
scratch to five, inclusive, will lie allowed work it and will sell at a bargain. to the Wyoming. 12-1-tf ," somewhere on the Orlando '. .
to compete. In the last two Owner, Box 137, Taft, Fla. streets Monday. If found, leave at the a match.

championships six has been the limit.. l-6-d&w-lm FOR RENT-Furnished house, ten Sentinel office, and receive reward of

This does not mean, however, that all. rooms and sleeping porch; centrally $1.00. 1-1-tf
located suitable for either one or
of the six FOR REM ; NOTICE
present men will be
two families. Address F. G. Rush,
dropped. On the contrary, many will City. 11-26-tf The books for the registration of
be promoted to the.five division, while FOR RENT-Furnished seven-room voters in Orange county will be ORLANDO WATER[ & LIGHT m.
house. Call at Sentinel. 12-14-tf opened in my office at the Court
some of the last named class will be
FOR RENT-Large, well furnishedroom House on Monday, January 5th, 1914,
left off.Cash. FOR RENT-Newly furnished rooms, to persons wishing suburban and will be kept open six days in
J i and board; all conveniences; large accommodations; also 2 acres good each week, until the first Monday in Gas DepartmentfrMMIMIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIMMMf
Registers. Warman fixes 'em f'veranda; nicely kept grounds; noth- truck land, close in. Good opportu- March, 1914.
J1 ing better for the money in Florida; nity for right person. Address "A," W. L DOLIVE,
on Court street. 12-5-tf near in. 205 Magnolia Ave. l-3-6t Sentinel. 9-8tf 1-3-tf Supervisor of Registration. .


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tend all the meetings. The ushers BOARD OFFERS PRIZES FOR BIG The New Smyrna News says: "The of F. A. Newell, E. K. Ashton, George .
NEWS NOTES J and J. L. Ditson went downon
THE PLACfS Of WORSHIP will have 175 extra chairs for use in SPELLING BEE largest deer brought into town this Tanner
Oakland, Fla., Jan. 8.-The present services. season was killed by City Clerk Floyd the peninsula and started dogs on

cool spell is very much appreciatedby all the The Board of Public Instruction of Newell last Friday and the carcass of I the trail, the hunters guarding all the

the farmers, as it causes the lettuce METHODIST CHURCH CHURCH Orange county is offering the follow the buck was an object of much ad runways. The chief of the fire department .

to head as hard as cabbage and UNITARIAN ing prizes: miration among the people who saw got the shot that brought

makes it worth much more on the (At the Grand) Ave. and West St.) First prize ..........:.r......$15.00 i it. The deer was killed on the penin- down the big buck. The deer weighed
Corner Central
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dressed.
markets. J. E. Wray, pastor. Rev. Eleanor E. Gordon, minister. Second prize .............. ... 10.00 sula about three miles south of Cor- 112 pounds party

Mrs. Teasley and Mrs. Cordell, who Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.; C. E. : "The! Third prize ......... ... ...... 5.00 onado. For the last six years he has Gainesvillians went to Gulf Hammockthis
of morning sermon
Subject week in search of and it is
have been spending some time with Howard, superintendent New Testament. Fourth prize .......'.. ........ 3.00 been frequently seen in that vicinity game
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Teasley, left foi "Samson's Tragedy, or When God : Story of the 10 o'clock. Fifth prize ........... ....... 2.00 and various parties of hunters have hoped they will have the luck of cap-

their homes in Bowman, Ga. They Leaves a Man," Dr. Wray's subject at I Sunday Poetry hour school, Monday at 10 a. m. to: the students of the public schools made efforts to get him without suc turing such a specimen as is told of

will visit St. Augustine on their way 11 a. m.Epworth. Unity Circle on Wednesday afternoon )f the counties participating in the5ubtropical cess. Last Friday a party made up above .
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home. Mrs. C. E. Teasley and Miss League at 6:45 p. m.; J. 3 o'clock. Subject for the after midwinter fair, in a

Ruth Teasley accompanied them as ST. Burden, president."A noon, "Current Events' by Mrs. spelling contest to be held on School .,... .........
far as St. Augustine and will return Piece of Wedding Cake to Day of the fair. Those eligible to -- "*<,,;:,';,

the end of the week. Dream On," Dr. Wray's subject atr:30 Temple.Story hour for the children, Saturday enter will be all students now in the . '' '

Miss Bessie Michael has returnedto p. m. This is "sermon No. 16" afternoon at 3 o'clock.ST. public schools above the sixth grade. \f t{ ,':,X.- / .,

Tallahassee, where she is attending of the popular series to young people Those participating must present cer- '( .

college.Mr. m "Love, Courtship and Marriage." LUKE'S CATHEDRALVery I tificate from their teacher that theyare $ .S

Julian Sadler has returned to Morning anthem by chorus choir, regularly enrolled as students.

DeLand. He is attending Stetson this The Radiant Morn Had PassedAway" Words will be first selected fromRead's

year (Woodward). Rev. Campbell Gray, dean. Word Book and the Century

The Oakland-Winter Garden high At the evening services Mr. Carr First Sunday after Epiphany. Spelling Book. If these books do not

two who exchanging Holy Eucharist, 7:30 a. m. succeed selections will be made from
school has begun again after a and Mr.: Curry, are e S
weeks' vacation. All the teachersare courtesies, will render a very beauti- Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Payne's Common Words Misspelled

in their respective places and the ful and effective duet entitled, "Say, Morning prayer, 10:30 a. m.

pupils are all ready and on the job Watchman, What of the Night?" (J. Holy Eucharist and sermon, 11 a.m. A LUDICROUS ERRORIt

and will work for the remainder of Sargeant). An octette will also singShelley's Choral evensong and sermon, 7:30
"The King of Love My p. m. Solo by Mrs. W. L. Nutter,
the term.A is not often that a great paper
arriving Is in which Miss E'stes "Oh, Rest in the Lord. It.
guests are Shepherd of
good many like the New York World is guilty
at the Oakland hotel and Mr 31ac- will sing the solo' parts, and at the Bishop Mann will be celebrant and a ridiculous error, but we have the

Rae says the bookings are large for close of the services MCarr will preacher in the morning. In the evening I World's "goat" this time. It printsa

the rest of the season. Hunting ra.d give one of his magnificent solos. the subject of the dean's sermon showing the travels of Secre-
"Three Gifts of the Wise map
will be the
fishing is. good here now and all seem tary Bryan the past year and it puts

to be having a good time. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Men. Miami on the gulf coast of Florida, ,
Through the week the Eucharist
Letutce, peppers and beans are still just about where Tampa is located.
going to the market in car lots and Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, pastor. daily at 7 a. m., the Friday morning No doubt the people of Miami fRlqI

F the farmers are kept busy all the Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R. service being a requiem for the late would be pleased if this change could t
Archdeacon B. F. Brown.
time. O'Neal, superintendentServices actually take place and Mr. Bryan
Mr. R. L. Smith has gone to Largo, at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. The program of convocation serevices himself would be delighted-but it..

where he is putting down some deep Morning service, "The Distinctive is elsewhere given. 'can't be did.-Tampa Tribune.

wells. He will be gone some weeks. Mark of the One Priest."

There is being considerable work Evening service, "The Things DEMOCRATS, ATTENTION!
Prices Manhattan Shirts are cut
on
done on the Presbyterian manse get- Wherein We Are All Alike.

ting it in shape for Rev. Query, who Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. Under the new primary law, everyone only twice a year. The first sale for& 1:,
at Scruggs
is
will remove his family here in a short Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 of you must register before the this Dickson.year now on l-7-6t

time from North Carolina ?. m. first Tuesday in March, if you wish

Mr. Clarence Tilden, the Misses Communion at morning service. to vote in the single primary in June NOTICEOf -

Gladys and Grace Tilden and Miss Strangers and visitors are cordially Previous registration cuts no figure, MOTION PICTURE CO.'S GRAND
Briley have all returned to invited to worship with us. Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8 AT MONTGOMERY
Audrey This is a brand new one.
Law of Florida three
4S88 Those
of Chapter ROSS
Winter Park, where they are in Rol You can wait until thirty days prior Notice is hereby given that Belton Long, of THE HODGES BROTHERS AND -
BAPTIST CHURCH Orlando, Fla.. purchaser of tax certificate No. Direct from a month's packed-
FIRST cabaret boys.
lins college. to the primary to pay your poll tax,, 1087, dated the 1st day of June A. D. 1896, classy New York Jacksonville. Opena
but must register before the first i has filed said certificate in my office, and has house engagement at the Imperial theater,

ORIGINAL WALLIXGFORD GETS Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D., .Tuesday you in March, which, this year,, made accordance application with law.for tax Said deed certificate to issue embraces in two weeks' engagement at Montgomery Motion Picture should Co.'sGrand be

YEAR IN PENITENTIARYLos pastor.Mr. is March 3. the following described property, situ- tomorrow, and from their great reputations
in Orange county, Florida to-wit: Be- They are heralded
Angeles, Jan. 9.-Dr. John Samuel A. Newell, superintendent That's not very far off. Better do ated ginning 7.11 chains south and 9.55 chains the biggest drawing card ever seen in Orlando. trio
school. west of northeast corner of southeast quarterof best and livest comedy and singing
cleanest
r Grant Lyman, said to be the originalof I of the Sunday it now.-Tampa Tribune. northeast quarter of Section 33, Township as the Jimmie and Ollie- carry
the "Get Rich Quick Wallingford"stories Rev. Kerr Boyce Tupper, D. D., 22 south. Range 29 east running west 4.77 on the stage. The Hodges Brothers-
the school at 10 chains south 5 chains, west 2.32 chains, south accompanist, as well as their own baby
their
will speak to Ross own
LL. D., Mr. ,
Wall
north 7.27 chainsto
and formerly a wealthy REMINDS US OF OUR BONDAGEJoe 2.27 chains east 7.09 chains predicts themto
sentencedto o'clock. Let every scholar and member beginning 6a. The said land being assessedat grand, velvet curtain, etc. The management
street operator, was today of such certificate
issuance the
the date of the has been case
breaker
and three months in the be present. He will also preachat in the name of E. W. Brown. make their run here a record as
one year Reese is sad because the New shall be redeemed according have appeared. They are
10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Unless said certificate in theater in which they
every
the mails to
penitentiary for using Mon- to law, tax deed will issue thereonon be given
Year will have just as many and should
with defunct Morning subject, "A Religion of the 9th day of February A. D. 1914. booked into the Grand at a great expense
a
defraud in connection Love." Evening subject, "Why Men days as usual. Cheer up, Joe; it will Witness my official signature and seal this the city's best support. The saying is: "See the Hodges
Panama develpoment company., Ly usual number of Satur. the Mi day of Ja iuaryt A. D. 1914. "
has been in jail almost a year Go to Church." also have the (Seal) B. M .ROBINSON Brothers Monday, and you will see them every day.
man days.-Tampa Tribune. Clerk Circuit Court, Orange County Fla.
The public is cordially invited to at-
awaiting sentence. I . .
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For Sixty Days We Will Offer Sixty Choice Five Acre Tracts .


At Winter Home at 150 each.


PURCHASED ON WHICH HE WILL WRITE
TICKET FOR EACH FIVE ACRE TRACT
WILL BE ENTITLED TO A
AT TIME OF PURCHASE EACH PURCHASER AND SELECT SOME ONE TO DRAW OUT ONE.
HAT
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PURCHASERS WILL DROP THE TICKETS ALL
HIS NAME AND ON THE DAY DESIGNATED AND HOUSE ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE.ON .
OUT WILL RECEIVE A DEED FOR THE FIVE ACRE TRACT
THEiNAME ON THE TICKET FIRST DRAWN LAKES NEAR THE LAND. THE WINTER -
BEAUTIFUL
BE HELD ON THE BANKS OF ONE OF THE
PICNIC .WILL
THE DAY OF DRAWING A PUBLIC LAKE REGION IN FLORIDA. THE LAND IS

HOME PROPOSITION IS SITUATED IN ORANGE COUNTY IN THE MIDST OF THE MOST ATTRACTIVE

LAKES THE LOCALITY IS NEARLY FROST PROOF.
LARGE
THE
FIRST CLASS CITRUS LAND AND ON ACCOUNT OF

which time a warranty deed will be givenWE
month until paid; at
Terms of Sale: $50.00 cash at time of sale; balance $10.00 per

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AND THE
OWN THIS TRACT AND PURCHASERS NEED NOT WAIT FOR THE RELEASE OF MORTGAGES


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will be met at that station by auto and carried
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cial mail matter, or letter postage, The Minutest of Shells Asbestos Has Many Use*. The battleship Mississippi, which| tourist travel that hal been demand.

STATE NEWS NOTES showed a big gain, despite the fallingoff Among the minute existences upon Asbestos is the most important fireproofing has been assigned to permanent sta- ing a coastwise route'etween south

in the mail matter sent out by the the face of the globe that have been material known. Its fibrous tion at Pensacola for use of the aero- Florida points will be accommodated.
elevated by means of the microscopeinto structure adapts it to a wide range of
(From the Gainesville Sun) wholesale liquor houses.-Pensacola nautical corps for the navy, sailed
an honored position of independence applications om woven fabrics suchas
Steps are being taken to providethe Note in Times-Union. are the foraminifera, mostly ma- theater curtains and articles of from Philadelphia this afternoon, according Ladies' hair dressing, massage,

inmates of the prison farm in rine atoms inhabiting many chamberedcells. clothing to asbestos shingles, stucco, to advices received here from ampoo, electric drier. Gem Barber

Jacksonville with betetr clothing.A Information comes from Tampa At one time they were consId- plaster, asbestos "wood" and various Philadelphia. The vessel is to stop at Shop. 1-2-tf

that it is likely that a new steamshipline ered mollusca at another they were other forms of building material that Annapolis and take aboard the equip-

number of the boys of the Jacksonville between that port and Honduraswill ranked among the infusoria and even- render structures thoroughly fireproof.Its ment with which experiments have Ocklawaha Nurseries, home of
be established. In the tually they were settled comfortably in lightness, strength ,durability and connected
been been conducted and the
fire department have past years men Florida's best fruit trees, easily
y the subkingdom protozoa. The calcareous Insulating properties against heat and
and their salaries increased. schooners have carried the trade be- with the corps, coming on to this reached from all of
promoted shells have in the past formed electricity give it special advantagesfor parts Orange,
,- tween these ports, but it is thought vast deposits of chalk. They are often use In-constructing cars and electric port, where the navy department has Lake, Seminole, Osceola and Volusia

Dr. George W. Kennedy, one of the that the business will warrant the today congregated as realms of sand. motor subways. The most common established a permanent school. It counties by auto over hard surfaced

pioneer settlers and residents of St. continuance of both steam and sailing These animals! are not always minute uses of asbestos are for asbestos pa- is expected the vessel will arrive here roads, most convenient for all planters -

Petersburg and Pinellas county, died lines. but generally they are subjects imperatively per, millboard, pipe covering and lag- I :within the next ten days.-Pensacola and most reliable in Florida.
demanding the lens. An ounce ging to inclose heat pipes furnaces
in the Sunshine City Monday after a Note in TimesUnion.An Ocklawaha Nurseries Fla.
of sand has been known to contain and locomotives In order to prevent Tangerine,
long illness. He was 80 years of age. The magnificent Hotel Ponce de 6,000 of their shells, and in the West loss of heat in transmission. As a Write for catalog.

Leon opened in St. Augustine Tues. Indies the figure once ran into millions. : nonconductor of heat it may be used affair of much importance took

The latest project associated with day, when dinner was served at 5:30 Your object under the naked eye seemsto I not only in the preparation of fireproof place in Punta Gorda a few nightsago i FOR SALE

the Sarasota Woman's club is a com- o'clock. In deference to the deaths of be merely a pinch of brown sand; safes and vaults, but also for cold when the board of trade of that An artistic and beautiful home;

; bination public library and club house. both Presidents J. R. Parrott and I under the microscope you have a great storage and cooling structures. Houses city entertained in celebration of the modern and complete in every partic
variety of the loveliest lilliputian shells made of asbestos materials .or coated ular. Seven large rooms and bath
These ladies have done much for that Henry M. Flagler during the past arrival of the first steamer of the ;
representing every variety of form with asbestos throughout are not only immense closets. Screened sleepingand
town in the way of improvements and year no formal opening was held, and known to the concbologist warmer in winter, but cooler In sum- Florida Merchants Transportationcompany rear porches; ten-foot veranda

it is hoped they will be successful in the occasion was marked by the absence mer. I at the city dock with a big across entire front. A few bearingtrees

their scheme. of the customary pomp. Postcards In Inquisitive India. consignment of freight for the merchants flowers and shrubbery. New
and in location.
near fine
India is the only country perhaps In Deodands.If of Punta Gorda. The enter-
ideal home
Any one desiring an ,
The beautiful Hotel Clarendon, at The New York and Florida Special, which the postcard may be said to bea It were customary or possible for tainment was in the form of a dinnerto address _

Seabreeze, was formally opened Sat- the Atlantic Coast Line railway's real success, remarks a writer in T. the king of Great Britain and Ireland which the captain of the ship and OWNER, P. 0. Box 405. ,
P.'s of London. In India it rigidly to exercise his royal prerogatives -
Weekly 1-2-tf
tourist train from the East
urday evening with a magnificent din- palatial exactly supplied a want. The card is he would in the course of a few his officers were invited and were the

ner, after which a grand ball was began its 1914 season Monday. This andIt months become the owner of many vehicles guests of honor. Captain Krumm an-
cheap (it costs only a halfpenny), W. T. ENTRICAN,
given. Music for the occasion was will be the 27th annual consecutive is complete in itself. Stamps and especially motorcars that traverse nounced that as soon as the passenger

rendered by the hotel orchestra, whichis season that the Atlantic Coast Line envelopes have to be wetted. The the streets and roads of his ling. boat could arrive from the North it Makes a specialty of painting, paper
railway has operated this exclusive of the hoofsor dom, since he Is entitled to all deo- ing, refinishing floors, furniture etc.
have been made
exceptionally fine. gum may would be put into service and the Phone 636. 12-21-lm
"an article which
horns of the and the thought dands. A deodand is
tourist flyer between New York and cow
r has proved the immediate and accI-
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of defilement of caste
possible comesin.
Jacksonville.The .
The new Clyde line river steamer,
dental occasion of the death of any
The postcard has no drawback.Its tOt I1111 11111 iMMMHIMttl IMIIHMttMtttttiMReal
. Osceola, built by the Merrill-Stevens publicity, which makes English reasonable creature." This right was

of Jacksonville, is about Dade County Banner says: for hundreds of years enforced as a
company people dislike it is not considered a Estate Agents, Investors and HomeseekersATTENTION
-f ready for service and in a day or two "Through the influence of Mr. William disadvantage by the Indian. lie reads means of swelling the royal exchequer

f will be officially turned over to the G. Stewart, the manager of the other people's letters as a matter of and, legally speaking, could still be en- !

steamship company and will go out on New York Hippodrome, the world'slargest course and expects other people to forced. If a man were killed by being
the vehicle and Its contents,
who the win- read his. r have often seen a postman run over I offer for $1,800 six-room with
her first run to Sanford. playhouse, spent as well as the horse became the king's): two-story, cottage,
side out
seated the street sorting
! ter in Dade City two years ago, the his postcards by surrounded by an Interested property. The number of "reasonable rose house and shed. .Located at 307 West street, north.

,. The home of Congressman Sparkman Maude Bergrath Colwell property, little crowd. He and they are creatures" (and dogs: might be Includedby Close in; near park and Lake Eola. Lot 40x117. Also

in Tampa was the scene of a west of Blanton, has been purchasedby reading as many of the post cards as some within this category) run over six-room bungalow; oil finish, double verandas. Special

; beautiful reception a few afternons Mr. Raymond Hitchcock, the world there is time for, and no one appears by motors In England would keep the heating and bath room facilities. Large, roomy base-

: ago. The hostesses on this occasion famous comedian." conscious of irregularity in the pro- king obliged in automobiles to construct until many be garages.-would be ment, wainscoated and sealed, suitable for laundry or

[ were Congressman Sparkman's three ceeding. Harper's Weekly. furnace. Lot 40x110 including rose house or fernery.

; charming daughters and his two attractive ;- I The Edward Stilling Canning com- The Scleroscope. House fronts on Ridgewood avenue. Price $2,200. These

has received another load of ,lots connect at the with house between. I
daughters-in-law. pany car This little invention has been described A Plea For the Kitchen. corners, rose

; machinery and tanks including a ten- as a kind of mechanical finger The kitchen should be the refinery, offer the whole for $3,800 and allow dealer's commission.

Cole Danley, Florida passenger foot Baker windmill, a 60-foot steel Intended to discriminate by delicacy of the laboratory, the factory of the home Open to all. .

agent of the Nashville, Chattanooga tower with a galvanized steel tank touch between various substances sub- and the pTotapoint about which the
mitted to It. The ready detection of activities of the home revolve. Costs
E. N. COY
for for the
water
& St. Louis railway, has received his supplying factoryand
the degree of hardness and elasticityof should be considered thoughtfully; no
commission as major and quartermaster adjacent residences. The capac- various surfaces is Its special func scrap of food should be "wasted. It all 307 West St. North OrlandaliillMIIHilllillllllMIHiMtlMIIIIIIIMHtMMit
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general on the staff of Bennett M. ity of the factory will be more than tion. It consists essentially of a little can be and should be used again in various -

Young, general commanding the quadrupled over last year.DetroitNote weight, like the hammer of a pile ways. By buying staple food sup.

United Confederate Veterans. in :Miami Metropolis.At driver which Is allowed to fall Insidea plies In large quantities from 15 to 30 *

tube placed upright on the surface to percent can be saved. Any one wishing

The bottom of the hammer economize In this
be tested. to do so may way.
Pasco is coming forward a special meeting of the boardof
county
which weighs only a few grams, is Housewives must not look upon their
with its quota of good roads. Special county commissioners held at finished with a blunted diamond. in- art as mere drudgery: ; they must bring Electrically

bridge and road district No. 1 has Clearwater a few days ago it was tended to give it the requisite hard I education. Intelligence and concentra

now bonded for $150,000 and is at voted to call a special election to be ness. After a fall it rebounds, and a tion into practice. They should learn Equipped!

work on what will be 30 miles of hard held February 2nd for the purpose of carefully graduated scale on the tube, as manufacturers have, that the best

rock road when completed.-Dade deciding whether Pinellas county shallor indicating the height of the rebound results are to be obtained In a work.
shows the degree of hardness of the shop that is well lighted: properly ventilated
Note shall not authorize the sale of in
City in Tampa Tribune.
surface experimented with. On a piece and comfortably large, suitably ll .
toxicating The antisaloonand
,' liquors. of ordinary steel the hammer rebounds furnished and sanitary in all its equip "

Among the many improvements to civic league forces are carryingon nine-tenths of the height of its fall ments.-Dr. Adeline Q. Soule in Les

be completed soon in Dade City is the a vigorous campaign.The -' lie's. t

building of two miles additional con- The Clocks We Wear 0 t4..

crete sidewalk, the erection of the Times-Union says: "The an- The three marks on the back of a I Rowing and Morality.
From the moral standpoint there Is
First National bank building, and a nual election, one of the biggest glove and the clocks on a stocking circum-are i no branch of athletics which is such a

new home for the Dade City Banner. events of the year in the Jacksonville due practically to the same character builder as trying for a placein Two-Siity Standard Model,
stance. The glove marks correspondto The freitut motorcycle slue
-Dade City Note in Tampa Tribune. board of trade circles, will take place the fourcbette pieces between the an eight oared shell I've heard a i ever achieved 7 H.P. Twin

I Thursday afternoon. With the approach fingers and in other days these pieces wide variety of college critics say that Two equipped Sell with Storage Electric Bttterici Head and light Corbin-Brown Electric Tail Rear light Drive Electric Speedometer. Sifait.

The election which was held at' of the election a keen interestis were continued along the back of the rowing gets out the finest class of men Price S o.o0. See Catalog for detailed deicnpuon.MOTOCYCLES'.

Lawtey last Saturday for and against kindling in the contest and the hand braid being used to conceal the who try for any team. Certainly the
long period of training offers little to
about the board of trade Thurs- seams.A cfIM'/n
bonding that district for $11,000 for scene
of who
somewhat similar origin is assigned the flashy type man must have :
the purpose of erecting a new school day from 11 a. m. until a little after to the ornamental clock on the the prospect of immediate reputation.

building suitable for that progressivetown 2 p. m. will be one of bustle close There Is no branch of athletics whichso rwwfIt
stocking. In the days when stockingswere FOR 1914
teaches the lessons of life.
akin excitement. truly
to
for to ,
years come, resulted as made of cloth the seams occurred

follows: For bonds 32, against bonds where the clocks do now, the ornamentation Steady, consistent effort cheerful work
under discouraging conditions, good 60,000 brand new red machines will go out over the Indian
then used to conceal the
10. Another industry was recently 1 being t
comradeship and good sportsmanship trails during the coming year-the greatest motorcycle production
added to the list of Miami's business seams.
when the another in the _
The useless little bow in the leather race goes to college. history of the industry. _
Assistant Secretary of Navy Sweet enterprises when B. Pride and C. B. these are the habits which working fora r
band lining a man's hat is a survivalof They will flash forth fully armed with "
.Thirty-Eight Better
and George R. Putnam commissioners Daniel formed a copartnership to en- place In the varsity shell instill into
the time when a hat was made by the American undergraduates.JamesRice ments for 1914!I" Armed with powerful and beautiful Electrical
of lighthouse, will leave Wash. gage in the manufacture of stone taking a piece of leather boring two
In Outing. Equipment! Armed with a New Standard of Value which must
ington some time between January 10 mantels, monuments, parquet floor- holes through it and drawing It up witha
all
completely overturn existing ideas of motorcycle worth.
and January 15 to investigate all the ing, interior finishings and cut stoneof piece of string.-Exchange
Uses For Quartz.In All standard Indian models for 1914 with
sites offered for the sixth district all kinds. The gentlemen expectto come equipped electric
the manufacture of and
polIshing
light house depot Jackson- do a good business, as there is no Nettle! Pottage. soaps head light, electric tail light, two sets high amperage storage batteries
including powders quartz Is preferred to
Mr. regaled with nettle electric signal Corbin
Brownreardrive
Pepys was speedometer.You
ville and Fernandina other stone yard on the East Coast silica sand on account of its whitenessand .
the house of friend and
porridge at a
except one at Fort Pierce. angularity. Quartz crushed and cannot fully realize the 1914 Indian without i thorough study of the 1914
found it "very good. The same delicacy graded to various sizes is used in the Indian Catalog. It makes plain a host of compelling Indian facts that all motor

Word comes that Tampa's port has is referred to by Evelyn In his manufacture of sandpaper and sand cycle-interested men can consider to their real profit. Send for the 1914 Indian
made A. beautiful cut of the Tarpon Inn, diary. The nettle In fact which the Catalog-the most interesting volume of motorcycle literature you're ever read.
a good start for the new year belts as a scouring agent for "frost-
Tarpon Springs' biggest ignorant dismiss as an unpleasant
building
and the few have was Ing" glass with sand blast The line of
past days been very published in The few weed is capable of doing all sorts of apparatus 1914 Indian Motocycles consists of:

busy ones. The month of January Progressive a things for man. A Scot was able to etc. Blocks of massive quartz and 4 H.P. Single Service Model.............................J200.0Q j
promises to be one of the largest in days ago. This building, which was boast that he had eaten nettles.slept quartzite are used in the chemical industry 7 H.P. Twin Two-Twenty-Five, Regular Model......... 225.00

the of begun only last June, is now com- in nettle sheets and dined off a nettle as a filler for add towers and 1 H.P. Twin Two-Sixty, Standard Model................ 260.00
history the port. Phosphateand pleted. It is a magnificent structure boiled In as a flux in copper smelting. Ground 7 HP. Twin Light Roadster Model..................... 260.00
lumber comprised the largest tablecloth. Spring nettle tops quartz is also used in filters and In 7 H.P. Twin Two Speed, Regular Model................ 275.00
containing only 100 large, modern pottage, according to an old authority, 7 H.P. Twin Two Speed Tourist Standard Model.
cargoes during the first few days. tooth powders and by dentists as a ...... 300.00
rooms, with baths, and Tarpon "consume the phlegmatic superfluitiesin detergent. 7 H.P. Twin Hendee Special Model (with Electric Starter) 325.00

Springs is to be congratulated on its the body of many that the coldness Pricet F.O.B. Factory
Regular steamer service between and moisture of the winter leave be
new hostelry, for it would be a creditto A Ready Retort.

Miami and Nassau has been estab- any city. hind. London Standard. A Glasgow professor always had the C. R.Hilpert, Agent. Orlando, Fla.

lished for the season. Extensive back benches in his classroom arranged -

dredging work has been carried on in Candor Gone Mad. on a higher level than the lower.
The Apalachicola Times says: An labor and ex-
English agitator --- -
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the channel one a
by of the Florida
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"The steamer Bradley brought some M. P. denied in New York that he ad- when a lecture was In progress and

East Coast railway dredges with the 1,500 white oak staves to the city vised murder as a strike weapon. marched noisily to a seat on the top-

result that this year's sailings will be Thursday for shipment to Spain. "Such advice on my part," said he. most tier. "Gentlemen." remarked the r- r
independent of the tide. "would be candid indeed, wouldn't it?
These staves were gotten out of the lecturer as he fixed his eye on the offender -
It would be candor gone mad. It wouldbe
"the scum always rises to the
river above Apalachicola, and are intended like the well dressed lady in the department Hammond Gore
top! "Yes. and the dregs always sink
It is
said that the Coffee Pot Bayou for wine casks. Other steamers store who approached the "
to the bottom! was the retort of the
baseball park in St. Petersburg will, ; will bring additional staves for floorwalker and said candidly: ready student.

after it has been completed, be one of shipment to Spain. The steamer 'I have kleptomania. What would s fUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EHBALHERS.

the best sites in the country. Branch Tarpon took those brought down you advise me to take for it? "-Exchange Going Too Far."Ma. .

Richey, manager of the St. Louis Thursday and will ship them out from ma." sobbed Willie "do my lOW PRICESCOMPARE

Browns, who is now in the Sunshine Pensacola." ears belong to my neck or my facer REAL VALUES -. i

City, is much pleased with the site Good Excuse. "Why what Is the matter was the
He (to his wife who has not been
and says his training camp will be a The machinery of the PennsylvaniaOil feeling well and who has consulted a temporizing reply.
"Well you told Mary to wash my
good one. company, which has been held physician)-Well, what did the doctor face, and she's washing my ears too."- FURNITUREWe .
say? She-He thinks it is not very se OUR
back somewhat by the congestion of Manchester Guardian.
rious. do know dearest
But you one
The St. Augustine Record says: holiday freight, arrived here Tues-
on
I shallgo has
can never tell At all events furniture that long
"Second to none and offering the tour- day. The is planning to TantalizingAccurate.! provide the quality
company to Osteni-Fliegende Blatter. furniture buyers as the
ist She-There's such a thing as too been accepted by knowing
public the best of traveling accom- drill for oil and gas in this part of
is here it is good. '
much accuracy. He-No, no; It cannotbe standard of merit. If an article fIt
modations, the Florida East Coast the state, and their machinery, which' Good Luck For Him. otherwise. We can't make
She-Tea. 1 told Jack be could wouldn't be here were it
railway, the Flagler will beg is the "Plumly Is a shiftless fellow."
system, heaviest of the kind ever seen have Just one kiss and he only took this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof

gin its winter schedule tomorrow. It in this part of the country, is said to "That's true. His Idea of a strokeof one.-Princeton Tiger. this business and that means much to any buyer.'Cor.Orange .
good luck U being able to strike ,
will bring twelve fine trains a day to be capable of drilling a well a mile "
somebody for a loan. Houston Post.
St. Augustine, six from the north and into the bowels of the earth if neces- Liberal."I .

six from the south." sary, but from the data secured by Mutual Sorrow. absolutely don't know what to MeN LL & DAVIS BLOCK, .

the experts in the employ of the com- "Harold papa calls you a fortune give my cook for a wedding present" St. Orlando Fla.

For the first time in the history of pany it is hoped that the oleaginousfluid hunter. I'm sorry I'm rich." "Then simply give her money." I Ave. and Church ,
"So am L Everybody will tha'you "Oh. no! It mustn't cost as much uthat.Ulk. J.
the city postoffice receipts for the may be found in less than half say
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any debts contracted by my wife,Mrs. Electricity
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Court of the County Judge State of
Florida. Orange County-In re Estate of Wash Materials
Benjamin F. Brown deceased.
To all Creditors Legatees Distributees and Office:--No* JSjWest Central Avenue
all Persons having Claims or Demands
against said Estate: MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN
You and each of you are hereby nolified
and required to present anJ'-claims and de- TelephoneNo. 6
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against the estate of Rev. Benjamin F.Brown ,
deceased late of Orlando. Orange County.
Florida to the undersigned Executor of said for Corsets
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ii inherited not only many fine characteristics -- ''ffiijU I r'' I ,l1r iI
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t \ their: mother's splendid mentality. Al- -=---------- -
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0 Jacksonville chairman for, has Florida been for named the press Con:' =- CoM TI I FadJjKiira J ,

1- gressional Union for Woman Suf-:

THESTATE frage. That organization, with its' L I s k i'A +
headquarters in Washington has
adopted, according to Mrs. Jessie 4 qaotooa .
Hardy Stubbs, head of the publicity -- 'l (( ii.: OH{!:
t BANK work, the plan of having one woman r1
from each state in charge of the pub-,
licity end. The Congressional Union : .
for Woman Suffrage will continue its .
of Orlando efforts begun last year to further the! Last ;
; Income
It constitutional amendment enfranchising -i =- year your was :$.
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1893 women. From time to time there = Family expenses were r
will appear in Florida papers "copy";
i :-04.''''',r'_".".I _1\ '\ supplied by the Florida chairman of Rent, Taxes, Insurance _- :
f the press work for the union. ==
k LONG ESTABLISHEDSAFE I Personal expenses .

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL Gifts and Luxuries .

i L CONSERVATIVEACCOMMODATING CITIZENS Money set aside for old age or children's s.

t, On Monday January 12th, at 8 p. Education .
m. at the Tea and Rest Room, corner = r =

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R be held to consider the proposition of = -

having Mrs. Caroline Bartlett Crane, .

si ss the come noted to Orlando"Physician; and to other Sick mattersof Cities," != Lnk1is liolp you do Letter in 3934


f Hon.importance.E. F. Sperry, mayor of Or- "It is a pleasure to serve you;" / .
lando, will be present. Mrs. T. Picton
fJ Warlow, Rev. Eleanor Gordon and
!others will address the meeting. Special -
J rF: I invitation is extended to the offi- i
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fi a general discussion of Orlan-
The annual meeting of the Orlando,I Tallahassee during the last session of :do's future welfare.
f" Equal Suffrage League will be held the Florida legislature in the interestof .
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at 10 o'clock at the
Wednesday morning constitutional amendment for I
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Unity Chapel. There will be election suffrage in Florida. She is an earnest - I
of officers and other important business intelligent and effective worker,
! will be transacted. All those interested -j as the members of that body can Tomorrow commences the second .
week of the
phenomenal removal sale
in the cause are invited to be testify.
I present.The I of Marion B. Ives. In justice to your-
self you should take full advantage II IIo
Prominent Florida IN EVERY ONE '
j executive committee of the in women now residing of the remarkable additional price re .
Washington are active members -

t Equal Suffrage session yesterday League held morning an important at- Women of Suffrage.the Congressional This union Union is composed for-i ductions in you the will windows.that want-can day In by a not day few do are weeks without exhibited time I of your purchases from us you will 8


t the home monthly of Mrs.meeting,Beardall.of the The league regular all parts of a of large the country number who of women will continue in are many being of the sacrificed-a fabrics and sacrifice articles whichis that I I Ia i find originality NOTHING overdone

will be held at Wednesday
f Unity Chapel
to work for the
f morning at ten o'clock. constitutional amendment passage enfranchising of entirely to your benefit. Start the: but harmony and good taste

i week wisely and make an early visit ,
r women. Mrs. Jennie L. Monroe, Monday and anticipate your future
Miss Jeannette Rankin has resigned of Lake City, Mrs. E. Gates Perry, of i I needs. combined. Come and see.
f as fiield secretary of the Na Pomona, Putnam county, and M rs.I
tional Suffrage association, in orderto Wesley M. Stoner, formerly of Jacksonville ] . D o
; devote her whole time to the suffrage are perhaps the most widely! I|NO PROTEST MADE AGAINST'
f campaign in her own state of known women from Florida who are JAPANESE LANDING GUARD
, Montana. The last legislature submitted supporting this work. Mrs. Monroe is r
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f' a constitutional amendmentfor a graduate of law, and is also a devotee Washington, Jan. 10-For reasons fl
equal suffrage, with only two dis of the single tax. She hast a which neither the state, war or navy ,
t senting votes in each house, and i charming home in the center of department will make public no protest
will come up for ratification by the Washington's best residential section, has been made against the landing
Guaranteed. Reliable
t. voters next November.-The Woman'sJournal. where she dispenses southern hospitality by the Japanese of a substantial Everything Repairing I
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Miss Rankin spent much time at being a lawyer, a single i taxer and an government at Mexico City. I :' : 0 0 I .

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